Bristol Potters - B
Research by Reg Jackson
Born c1893 in Stapleton (11C).
|1911||Potter’s mould maker, 40 Causeway, Fishponds (18) (11C).|
BADDER (BADDY) Thomas
|1699||24 Apr. Thomas Badder married Elizabeth Coleman (TPR).|
|1706||24 Jul. He stood surety for the appearance of Ruth, the wife of John Rawles, a weaver, at the next Sessions (T).|
|1711||13 Nov. Listed as a petitioner for admittance to Temple Church School: ‘Thomas the son of Thomas Badder, at Mr Heskins his Garden, baptised Nov 1705 … the child can do little as to his learning’ (TCS).|
|1712||1 Jul. Listed as a petitioner for admittance to Temple Church School: ‘Thomas the son of Thomas Baddy born Nov 1705 he lives at Grumbalds Ash’ (TCS).|
|1723||22 May. Noted as a gallypotmaker when his son, Thomas, was apprenticed to William Perry, a clothworker (A, Ar).|
|1725||28 Apr. Noted as a gallypotmaker when his son, Thomas, was discharged from his apprenticeship to William Perry (T).|
|1730||2 May. ‘A child of Tho. Baddy, a journeyman potter in Temple Yarde was interred’ (Pountney 1920, 38).|
Wife Elizabeth: Elizabeth, born Nov 1701, bapt 23 Apr 1703 (TPR), Thomas, bapt 25 Nov 1705 (TPR)
BAGGELEY (BEGGELLY) Robert
The father of Thomas Baggelly (JBPR).
|1856||16 Jun. Noted as a potter of New Cut, Bedminster, when his son Thomas married Tabitha Sarah Watkins (JBPR).|
Born c1832 in Longton, Staffordshire, the son of Robert Baggeley and the father of William Baggeley (JBPR, 61C, 71C, 81C).
|1856||16 Jun. A potter of New Cut, Bedminster, he married Tabitha Sarah Watkins (22) (JBPR).|
|1857||23 Aug. New Town (possibly Bedminster) (PPR).|
|1859||12 Jun. Harford Square, Bedminster (PPR).|
|1861||Journeyman potter, 6 Harford Square, Bedminster (28), living with his wife Tabitha (29), born in Staffordshire, and children (61C).|
|1871||Potter’s handler, 87 Oxford Street, Bedminster (39), living with his wife Tabitha, and children (71C).|
|1878||11 Feb. His daughter, Elizabeth Mary, married Thomas John Salter, a letter carrier (JBPR). Thomas witnessed the marriage.|
|1881||Potter handler, 42 St Luke’s Road, Bedminster (48), living with his wife Tabitha S. (49), born in Monmouthshire, and son William J. (20) (81C).|
|1891||38a St Luke’s Road, Bedminster (59), living with his wife Tabitha (59), born in Llanlillo, Monmouthshire (91C).|
Alfred, bapt 23 Aug 1857 (aged 2 mths) (PPR), Elizabeth Mary, bapt 12 Jun 1859 (aged 7 wks) (PPR), William J. (aged 3 mths), born in St Mary Redcliffe parish (61C), Amy A., born c1863 in Stoke on Trent (71C)
Born c1861 in St Mary Redcliffe parish, the son of Thomas Baggeley (71C, 81C).
|1871||Potter’s handler, 87 Oxford Street, Bedminster (13), living with his parents and siblings (71C).|
|1881||He was a pawnbroker’s assistant and still living with his parents (81C).|
Born c1834, the son of William Baggley (PPR).
|1856||24 Dec. Potter of Taylor Street, St Philip’s parish, he married Mary Ann Webster (21) the daughter of Thomas Webster, potter (PPR).|
|1856||24 Dec. Noted as a potter when his son Felix, a potter, married Mary Ann Webster (PPR).|
BAGNELL (BIGNAL) Richard
Born c1842 in Bristol (61C).
|1861||Labourer, 3 Temple Backs, Commercial Road, Temple parish (19), living with his wife Elizabeth (17), born in Bristol (61C).|
|1866||17 Feb. ‘Richard Bagnell was charged with deserting his child, a flaxen-haired, interesting looking boy, and leaving him chargeable to the parish of Temple. It was the man’s only child. He was living apart from his wife, and with another woman. He pleaded an excuse that he was not in full work. He was employed at the Bristol Pottery. The magistrates committed him to a month’s imprisonment’ (Bristol Mercury).|
|1871||Lodging at 8 Atlas Terrace, St Philip’s parish (29) (71C).|
|1881||Earthenware potter, 17 Hillsbridge Parade, Bedminster (39), living with his wife Rose (31), born in Belfast, Ireland (81C).|
|1891||177 Hillsbridge Road, Bedminster (49), living with his wife Rose (41), born in Swansea, South Wales (91C).|
|1901||Kiln burner, 58 Newbridge Road, St Luke’s, Brislington (60), living with his wife Rose (53), born in Belfast (01C).|
|1830||Union Row, Dings, St Philip’s parish (P).|
BAILEY George A.
Born c1801 or c1804 in Bristol (61C, 71C).
|1861||5 Melsom Court, Temple Street, Temple parish (57) with wife Elizabeth (55).|
|1871||6 Gays Court, St Mary Redcliffe parish (70) with wife Elizabeth and servant B. Brooks (71C).|
|1907||8 Mar. Nominations for the Bristol Guardians of the Poor, elections, District Ward included ‘John Bailey, pottery manager, 11 Glentworth Road, Redland’ (Western Daily Press).|
Born c1795 in Bristol (51C, 61C).
|1808||16 Nov. Apprenticed to Daniel Organ (A).|
|1817||Dings, St Philip’s parish with wife Charlotte (PPR).|
|1818||He was one of the eight journeymen potters who were convicted of entering into an unlawful agreement for controlling and affecting Messrs. Wm. & Thos. Powell, and sentenced to one month’s imprisonment (BG).|
|1826||St Philip’s parish (PPR).|
|1828||Stone potter, St Philip’s parish (JaPR).|
|1829||St Philip’s parish (PPR).|
|1832||Union Road, Dings, St Philip’s parish (P).|
|1832 & 34||Union Street, Dings, St Philip’s parish (List of Electors BRO 04736).|
|1837||Union Road, Dings, St Philip’s parish (P).|
|1841||Stone potter, Union Road, Dings, St Philip’s parish (P).|
|1847||Oxford Street, St Philip’s parish (P).|
|1851||Stone potter, 1 Monmouth Place, St Philip’s parish (56), living with wife Charlotte (60) and family (51C).|
|1852||Oxford Street, St Philip’s parish (P).|
|1861||Stone ware potter, widower, Oxford Road, St Philip’s parish (67), living with daughter Charlotte and sister Hester, needlewoman (63), born St James’s parish (61C).|
Nathaniel George, bapt 24 Aug 1817 (aged 6 mths) (PPR), Caroline, bapt 26 Feb 1826 (PPR), Charlotte Gammon, bapt 4 May 1828 (JaPR)
Born c1854 in Verwood, Dorset (71C).
|1871||Labourer in pottery, 2 Atlas Terrace, St Philip’s parish (17) (71C).|
Born c1849 in Birmingham (51C).
|1851||‘Works at the pottery’, 16 Avon Street, Temple parish (12), living with her parents William, a journeyman brass founder, and Elizabeth Baker (51C).|
Born c1832 in Bristol (61C).
|1861||Newfoundland Street, St Paul’s parish (29), living with his wife Isabella (29), born in Bristol, and children Ann (3), born in St Luke’s parish, Isabella (2) and Frederick (5 mths), both born in St Paul’s parish (61C).|
Born c1843 in Bristol (11C).
|1911||Labourer at pottery, widower, inmate of the Bristol City Workhouse, Eastville (68) (11C).|
Born c1855 in Bristol (71C).
|1871||Potter, lathe turner, 19 Baptist Street, St Philip’s parish (16), the daughter of Robert, a stableman (71C).|
BAKER Hilda May
Born c1897 in Yate (11C).
|1911||Pottery warehouse girl, 19 Ridgeway Road, Fishponds (14) (11C).|
|1799||29 Oct. A reference to a common sewer in Temple parish, running ‘under a dwelling house in Tower Street now in the occupation of Thomas Baker, potter’ (Q).|
Born c1847 in Longton Park, Staffordshire (71C).
|1871||Boarding at 34 Weare Street, Bedminster (24) (71C).|