Bristol Potters - H
Research by Reg Jackson
HACKER Alfred Richard
Born c1864 in Bristol (81C).
|1881||Boarding at 29 Victoria Street, St Philip’s parish (17) (81C).|
Born c1886 in Keynsham, Somerset (01C).
|1901||Printer on crockery ware, 5 John Street, St Silas parish (15) (01C).|
Born c1864 in Bristol (81C).
|1881||18 Cooks Gardens, St Philip’s parish (17), the son of Elizabeth, a widow and washerwoman (81C).|
Born c1873 in St Philip’s parish (01C).
|1901||Labourer in pottery, 4 Squiers Place, Temple parish (28) (01C).|
Born c1822 in Bristol (51C).
|1851||7½ Brick Yard, St Mary Redcliffe parish (29), living with her mother Joane(?) Haggatt, a boot and shoe maker (51C).|
Born c1799 in Bristol (51C).
|1841||Labourer, Little Avon Street or Dark Entry, St Philip’s parish (43), living with his wife Mary (47), not born in county, and children Matilda (13), Fanny (11), Ann (9) and Sarah (7), all born in St Philip’s parish (41C).|
|1851||Saggar maker, 7 Little Avon Street, St Philip’s parish (52), living with his wife Mary (56), born in Trellech, Monmouthshire, and children (51C).|
|1861||Potter’s labourer, 6 Rose Alley, Temple parish (62), living with his wife Mary (66) born in Newport, Monmouthshire and daughter Sarah (26) also born in Newport (61C).|
|1739||He stood surety of £5 for Edward Wilkins to keep an alehouse in St Michael’s parish (AKL).|
HAINES (HANES) James
Born c1833 in Bristol (51C).
|1851||Potter’s labourer, Daws Cottages, Cornwallis Place, St Philip’s parish (18), the son of James, clock line maker (51C).|
Born c1827 in Temple parish (51C).
|1851||Pottery woman, 2 George & Dragon Court, Temple Street, Temple parish (24) (51C).|
HAINES (HAYNES) Richard
Born c1821 in St Philip’s parish (61C).
|1841||Plough Court, St Thomas’s parish (20), living with his wife Louisa (41C).|
|1845||23 Mar. Temple Back, Temple parish (PPR).|
|1849||2 Sep. Chatterton Square, St Mary Redcliffe parish (RPR).|
|1851||18 Chatterton Square, St Mary Redcliffe parish (30), living with his wife Louisa (33) born in Temple parish and daughter Louisa (51C).|
|1861||Baker at pottery, 6 Chatterton Square, St Mary Redcliffe parish (40), living with his wife Louisa (43) and daughter Louisa (61C).|
|1862||6 Sep. He was described as foreman at Mr Powell’s pottery when he gave evidence in the magistrate’s court concerning a charge of indecent exposure against Benjamin Ham [probably Benjamin Hann] an employee of the pottery (Bristol Mercury).|
|1871||7 Church Lane, Temple parish (50) (71C).|
|1881||Stoneware potter, lodging at 3 Church Lane, Temple parish (60) (81C).|
|1882||27 Dec. ‘On Friday, Mr Richard Hains, the much respected foreman to Messrs Powell and Sons, Temple Gate Pottery, was presented by the employees of the above firm with a very handsome marble clock and walking stick. The clock was supplied by Mr W.B. Payne of Castle Street, and bore the following inscription: Presented to Mr Richard Hains as a mark of respect and esteem by the employees of Messrs Powell and Sons, Temple Gate Pottery, after 50 years’ service, December 23, 1881′ (Bristol Mercury).|
|1884||17 May. ‘Died 11 May at 3 Church Lane, Temple, Richard Haines, aged 63, for 52 years in the employ of Mr Powell, Temple Gate Pottery. Deeply regretted by all who knew him’ (Western Daily Press).|
John, born 25 Feb 1845, bapt 23 Mar 1845 (PPR), Louisa, bapt 2 Sep 1849 (RPR)
Born c1817 (Ao).
|1831||5 Sep. He was apprenticed to J.D. Pountney, aged 14 years (Ao).|
|1814||15 Dec. He was apprenticed to J.D. Pountney (Ao).|
|1823||19 Oct. Temple parish, on the baptism of his daughter Elizabeth (aged 3 wks). Wife Ann (PPR).|
Born c1862 in St George (91C).
|1881||Labourer, 8 Lamb Hill, St George (19), living with his parents John, a general labourer, and Ann, and siblings (81C).|
|1891||Potter, 7 Stanley Street, St George (29), living with his wife Caroline (27), born in Swindon, Wiltshire, and children Lily (4) and Rose (1), both born in St George (91C).|
|1901||Labourer, 22 Gladstone Street, St George (39), living with his children Lily (14), Rose (11) and George (8), all born in St George. His wife is not mentioned although he was described as married (01C).|
Born c1863 in Bristol (81C).
|1881||Pottery labourer, 5 Temple Backs (East), Temple parish (18) (81C).|
Born c1809 in Oxfordshire (61C) or c1805 in Rickford, Somerset (71C).
|1861||Clerk to the pottery, 1 Grosvenor Place, Bedminster (52), living with his wife Martha (54) born in Bristol and children (61C).|
|1871||Paper manufacturer, Glenthorpe Villa, Westbury-on-Trym (66), living with his wife Martha (67) and children (71C).|
Mary Ann, born c1836 in Bath (61C), Hester, born c1838 in Blagdon, Somerset (61C), Giles, born c1845 in Blagdon (61C), Charlotte, born c1847 in Blagdon (61C), Fanny, born c1851 in Blagdon (61C)
Born c1852 in St Paul’s parish, Bristol (71C).
|1871||Labourer pottery, 1 Avon Cottage, Albert Road, St Philip’s parish (71C).|
Born c1821 (Ao).
|1835||10 Mar. He was apprenticed to J.D. Pountney, aged 14 years (Ao).|
|1782||17 May. A potmaker of St Augustine’s parish, he was bondsman to a licence granted to Samuel Crinks, potmaker (M).|
HAMLIN (HAMLYN) William
Born c1833 in Bovey Tracey, Devon, the father of William John Hamlin (61C, 91C).
|1859||25 Apr. Windmill Hill (24), the son of William Hamlin, a tailor, he married Hannah Matthews (21) of Windmill Hill, the daughter of William Matthews, a sawyer (JBPR).|
|1861||Potter printer, Windmill Hill, Bedminster (28), living with his wife Anna (23) a waistcoat maker, born in Barnstaple, Devon, and daughter Anna (1) born in Bedminster (61C).|
|1871||His wife, Hannah, a waistcoat maker, who was living at 19 Byron Place, Bedminster, with her children Hannah/Anna (11) and William John (3), born in Bovey Tracey, Devon. She was married but her husband is not recorded in the census (71C).|
|1881||6 Prospect Place, Bedminster (48), living with his wife and children, including Albert J. (7) and Mary E. (1), both born in Bedminster (81C).|
|1891||31 Jan. ‘Died January 25, Mr William Hamlyn, 6 Prospect Place, Windmill Hill, Bedminster, aged 58, for 32 years at the Bristol Pottery’ (Western Daily Press).|
|1891||His wife was a widow (91C).|
HAMLIN (HAMLYN) William John
Born c1868 in Bovey Tracey, Devon, the son of William Hamlin (91C).
|1891||Potter’s printer, 41 Fraser Street, Bedminster (23), living with his wife Sarah Ann (23), born in Bedminster (91C).|