Bristol Potters - H
Research by Reg Jackson
Born c1845 in Kilkenny, Ireland (61C).
|1861||Works at the pottery, 13 Hamilton Court, Thomas Street, St Mary Redcliffe parish (16) (61C).|
Born c1878 in St George (01C).
|1901||Work in pottery, Royate Hill, Eastville (23) (01C).|
Born c1883 in St George (01C).
|1901||Paintress at pottery, 3 Melton Terrace, Crofts End Road, St George (18) (01C).|
HEANS Frederick S.
Born c1861 in Bedminster (81C).
|1881||Stoneware potter, 107 Thomas Street, St Thomas’s parish (20) (81C).|
Born c1896 in Church Gresley, Derbyshire, the daughter of Edwin Heape and the sister of Emily Heape (11C).
|1911||Pottery decorator, 13 Balaclava Road, Fishponds (15), living with her parents and siblings (11C).|
HEAPE Edwin (Edward) Stephens
Born c1867 in Albert Village, Leicestershire, the father of Emily and Ada Heape (91C, 11C).
|1890||3 Jun. He married Elizabeth ward at Church Gresley, Derbyshire (Ancestry website).|
|1891||Potter presser, 7 Boss Row, New Street, Church Gresley, Derbyshire (24), living with his wife Elizabeth (24), born in Moira, Leicestershire (91C).|
|1901||Potter’s presser, 1 Regent Street, Church Gresley (34), living with his wife Elizabeth (35) and children Emily (8), Horace (6), Olive (5), all born in Church Gresley, Edna (4), born in Woodville, and Lawrence (4 mths), born in Church Gresley (01C).|
|1911||Sanitary presser, pottery manufacturer, 13 Balaclava Road, Fishponds (44), living withb his wife Elizabeth (45) and children, including Lillian (9), born in Church Gresley (11C).|
|1936||13 Feb. Inquest on Edward Stevens [sic] Heape (69) of Balaclava Road, Fishponds. He had been suffering from asthma, bronchitis and also from the effects of silicosis, from which he died. He had been employed for 30 years as a ware maker at Messrs Pountney and Co’s pottery but had not followed his occupation since 1931. Since that time he has been receiving compensation from the firm. The firm had admitted all liability. Verdict, death from natural causes (Western Daily Press).|
Born c1893 in Church Gresley, Derbyshire, the daughter of Edwin Heape and the sister of Ada Heape (11C).
|1911||Pottery decorator, 13 Balaclava Road, Fishponds (18), living with her parents and siblings (11C).|
|1927||16 Oct. Possibly he Miss Emmie Heape mentioned in connection with an exhibition of works held at the Girls Club Room, Bristol Pottery (Western Daily Press).|
Born c1876 in Hanley, Staffordshire (11C).
|1911||Potter, saggar maker, Woodville House, 16 Justice Road, Fishponds (35), living with his wife Bertha (33), born in Church Gresley, Derbyshire, and children Reginald (6), born in Woodville, Derbyshire, and Ivy (2), born in Fishponds (11C).|
Born c1837 in Bath, Somerset (51C).
|1851||Pottery boy, 4 Long Row, Temple parish (14). He was an orphan living with the family of Henry McCarthy a hatmaker born in Liverpool (51C).|
Born c1865 in Tamworth, Staffordshire (91C).
|1891||19 Somerset Street, Bedminster (26), living with his wife Charlotte (22), born in Chesterfield, Derbyshire (91C).|
|1901||Labourer, Shaw Street, Whittington, Derbyshire (36), living with his wife Charlotte (33) and children Ethel (9) and Ellen (7), both born in Brimington, Derbyshire, and Henry (4), born in Peterborough, Lincolnshire (01C).|
|1808||5 Dec. A potter of St Michael’s Hill, he stood surety of £20 for the appearance of William Organ at the next Sessions (T).|
HENDERSON, RICE AND KEENE (T. Keene & Co.)
See the Potteries List section for the St Philip’s Pottery 2
They probably took over the Pottery run by Joseph Hill.
|1772-74||Henderson, Rice and Keene ran the St Philip’s Pottery 2.|
It seems likely that the Pottery was taken over by Josiah Duffett in about 1780.
|1772||3 Sep. ‘To be sold … Together or Separate. Several rich and valuable Closes of Meadow and Pasture Land … situate on the side of the River Avon within the parish of St Philip and Jacob … Also a large and commodious well built Pottery, with a large Yard and Sheds, landing stank, and every other conveniency, situate on the Bank of the River aforesaid, now let to Messrs. Henderson, Rice and Keenes … Also several tenements situate in or near Avon-Street, aforesaid. Apply to Mr Joseph Hill in Avon Street’ (BG).|
|1772||17 Sep. ‘For Sale by Auction … Lot 3 All that Pottery Sheds and Premises … now let to Messrs. Henderson, Rice and Keenes … at the Yearly Rent of £30’ (BG).|
|1773||4 Jan. Tho. Keene and Co. exported 560 pieces of earthenware to Dublin (PB-EXP).|
|1773||4 Apr. T. Keene and Co. exported 2000 pieces of earthenware to Philadelphia (PB-EXP).|
|1773||17 Dec. T. Keene and Co. exported 200 pieces of earthenware to Corunna (PB-EXP).|
|1774||2 Jun and 16 Jun. A sale of property including: ‘Lot 1 All that Pottery Sheds and Premises situated on the Banks of the River Avon … now let to Messrs. Henderson, Rice and Keene, for a term of 21 years, commencing the 24th Day of June 1772 …’ (BG).|
Born c1836 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire (61C, 71C).
|1861||2 Crow Lane, St Nicholas parish (25), living with his wife Ann (23), born in Bristol (61C).|
|1863-78||2 Crow Lane (NPR).|
|1871||Potter (handler), Honey Wall Back Row, Penkhull, Staffordshire (35), living with his wife Ann (32) and children (71C).|
William Lewis, bapt 28 Jan 1863 (NPR), Mary Jane, bapt 5 Oct 1864 (NPR), Thomas, born c1866 in Stoke-on-Trent (71C), George, born c1868 in Stoke-on-Trent (71C), Herbert, born c1870 in Stoke-on-Trent (71C), John, bapt 11 Apr 1877 (NPR),
Albert John, bapt 13 Nov 1878 (NPR)
Born c1890 in Fishponds (11C).
|1911||Pottery (out of work), 36 Grove Park Terrace, Fisponds (21) (11C).|
Born c1876 in Bristol, the wife of William Henley (01C, 11C).
|1901||Potter, 107 Pennywell Road, St Gabriel parish (25), the wife of William Henley (01C).|
|1911||No occupation, living with her husband William at 129 Pennywell Road (11C).|
Born c1876 in Bristol, the husband of Charlotter Henley (11C).
|1901||General labourer, living with his wife Charlotte at 107 Pennywell Road (01C).|
|1911||Furnace stoker at pottery, 129 Pennywell Road, St Gabriel parish (35), living with his wife Charlotte (35) and children Frederick (12), Harry (9), Willie (3) and Joseph (1), all born in Bristol (11C).|
|1774||27 Feb. Thomas, son of Abraham and Hester Herbert of Avon Street, potter, baptised (PPR).|
|1857||27 Dec. Church Lane, St Philip’s parish on the baptism of his daughter Emily (aged 7 weeks). Wife Ann (PPR).|
|1789-90||Potter, Church Street, Temple (Temple-W).|
Born c1803 in Bristol (81C).
|1871||Labourer, Harris’s Yard, Temple parish (68), living with his wife Elizabeth (61).|
|1881||Porter at pottery, 18 Harris’s Yard, Temple parish (78) living with his wife Elizabeth (67) a tobacco pipe maker, born in Bristol (81C).|