Bristol Potters - J
Research by Reg Jackson
Born c1886 in Bristol (01C).
|1901||Potter (printer), 2 Arthur Street, St Silas parish (15) (01C).|
|1865||3 Apr. Noted as a potter when his son Samuel (27) a soldier of 3 Clarke Street married Mary Ann Williams (EPR).|
JACKSON Sarah I
Born c1826, not in Bristol (41C).
|1841||Glass House Court, Temple parish (15) (41C).|
JACKSON Sarah II
Born c1840 in Somerset (61C).
|1861||Work at pottery, lodger at 2 Barton Street, St Philip’s (21) (61C).|
JACKSON Sarah E.
Born c1833 in Bristol (51C).
|1851||China painter, Mills Passage, Temple parish (18) (51C).|
|1881||14 Oct. He was charged with stealing three dozen pea shooters, 3 dozen tin whistles and a dozen kites, the property of Mary Webb, who kept a shop in Treefield Road. His mother said he had been apprenticed at a pottery, and had a good character. The magistrates fined him 2s.6d and recommended that he should be chastised (Bristol Mercury).|
Born c1887 in Bristol (01C).
|1901||Potter, 28 Feeder Road, St Silas parish (14), living with her adoptive mother Ann Stephens (60), hawker, widow (01C).|
JAMES Annie Maria Daisy
|1949||2 Mar. ‘Mrs Annie Maria Daisy James (62) of 17 Stanley Street, Stapleton Road, who was stated to have been an “excellent and trusted servant” of Messrs Pountney and Co. Ltd for 40 years, was fined 15s when she pleaded guilty at Bristol Magistrates Court yesterday to stealing three cups valued at 1s.2d. She asked that the theft of 15 cups and saucers shoul also be taken into consideration’ (Western Daily Press).|
Born c1825 in Temple parish (61C).
|1841||Labourer, 3 Crowns Court, St Philip’s parish (15) (41C).|
|1851||Probably the brickmaker, visiting 8 Redcliff Lane, St Mary Redcliffe parish (30) (51C).|
|1861||Labourer in potteries, 24 Rose Alley, Temple parish (36), living with his wife Hannah (34) born in Temple parish and children (61C).|
|1871||Unemployed labourer, 10 Rose Street, St Mary Redcliffe parish (48), living with his wife Anna (49), born in Doddington, Gloucestershire, and children (71C).|
Harriet, born c1854 in Temple parish (61C), Mary Ann, born c1857 in Temple parish (61C), William, born c1860 in Temple parish (61C), Louisa, born c1862 in Bristol (71C).
Born c1830 in Bedminster (51C).
|1851||Potter (stoneware), 14 Avon Street, Temple parish (21) living with his wife Ann (20) a shoemaker born in Bedminster and son Edwin (6 mths) born in Bedminster (51C).|
|1861||Bootmaker, 27 Old Market Street, St Philip’s parish (30), living with his wife Ann (28) and son Edwin (10) (61C).|
The son of Samuel James of Bristol, scissor (A).
|1707||28 Jun. He was apprenticed to Edward II and Mary Ward (A).|
|1713||16 Jan. His apprenticeship was transferred to James and Mary Ward, his master and mistress being dead (A).|
Born c1847 in Bristol (71C).
|1871||Labourer in pottery, 57 Colston Street, Bedminster (24), living with his wife Elizabeth (24), born in Bridgwater, Somerset, and daughter Annie (2), born in Bristol (71C).|
Born c1792 in Minehead, Somerset (51C).
|1812||14 Oct. He became a free stone potter as he was the son of Shefner James, a mariner (F).|
|1812||Stone potter, Wilmot’s Buildings, Temple parish (P).|
|1818||17 May. Stone potter, Temple parish (TPR).|
|1824||18 Jul. Bedminster (PPR).|
|1830-35||Temple Gate, St Mary Redcliffe parish (P).|
|1832||Temple Gate, St Mary Redcliffe parish (List of Electors BRO 04736).|
|1841||Dean Lane, Bedminster (P).|
|1841||Potter, Dean Lane, Bedminster (45), living with his wife Frances (45), born in county, and children (41C).|
|1846||12 Jul. Paradise Row, Bedminster (JBPR).|
|1851||Brown stone burner, 7 Little Paradise, Bedminster (59), living with his wife Fanny (55), born in Liverpool, and children (51C).|
|1861||His wife was a widow (61C).|
|1861||24 Sep. Noted as a potter when his daughter Mary Naish (44) a widow of North Street married Solomon Samuel Brocks (JBPR).|
Mary (aged 2¼ yrs) bapt 17 May 1818 (TPR), Mary, born 1821 in Bristol (41C, 51C), Matilda (3 wks) bapt 18 Jul 1824 (PPR), Edwin, born c1835 in Somerset (41C), Fanny Naomi, bapt 12 Jul 1846 (JBPR)
|1799||27 Oct. John Cox, the son of Joseph and Martha James of Kilkenny, potter, baptised (PPR).|
|1812||2 Jan & 7 Apr. He was described as a ‘late potmaker of Bristol’ when his sons, John and Joseph, were apprenticed to Jonathan Lord, cooper, and Samuel Lewis, confectioner (A).|
|1830||King Street, St Nicholas parish (P).|
The son of Benjamin James of Bristol, joiner (A).
|1747||9 Jan. He was apprenticed to Thomas II and Bathsheba Cantle, £10 paid with the apprentice. Friends to find apparel (A, Ao, Ar).|
|1754||29 Mar. He became a free potter (F).|
|1754||Potter, St James’s parish (P).|
|1774||Potter, Philip and Jacob parish (P).|
|1774||Judith, the wife of Philip James of Temple parish, potter, received £1 from John Whitson’s Charity for poor women in child bed (JW).|
|1775||China painter, 30 Ellbroad Street (SD).|
|1777||Judith, the wife of Philip James of St Philip and Jacob parish, potter, received £1 from John Whitson’s Charity for poor women in child bed (JW).|
|1788||20 Oct. He was described as a china painter when his son, Philip, was apprenticed to William Stratton, peruke maker (A).|
|Rate book entries:
29 Sep 1774-26 Mar 1776] Philip James Ellbroad Street (St Philip’s-PR).
JAMES Samuel I
Born c1840 in St Thomas’s parish (51C, 61C).
|1851||Potter’s boy, 41 Thomas Street Court, St Thomas’s parish (11), living with his parents George, a haulier, and Mary (51C).|
|1861||Labourer, lodging at 7 Little Avon Street, temple parish (21) (61C).|
|1865||9 Jul. Bread Street, St Philip’s parish on the baptism of his son, William Henry (born 22 Jan 1865) (PPR).|
|1866||25 Jul. He was employed at Pountney’s Bristol Pottery when he took part in a race on the pottery’s boat ‘Marian’ in the Floating Harbour (Western Daily Press).|
|1871||5 Avon Place, Temple parish (29), living with his wife Elizabeth (27) born in London and son Henry (5) born in Bristol (71C).|
JAMES Samuel II
Born c1851 in Bristol (81C).
|1881||2 Mills Place, Temple parish (30) living with his wife Mary (24) born in Bristol and daughter Mary (2) born in Bristol (81C).|
Mary, born c1879 in Bristol (81C), Rhoda, born 15 Oct 1884, bapt 2 Nov 1884 (PPR)
|1815||1 Oct. Cheese Lane, St Philip’s parish on the baptism of his son Robert (aged 3 wks). Wife Mary (PPR).|
Born c1807 in St James’s parish (51C).
|1851||Potter’s haulier, 27 Avon Street, Temple parish (44), a widower, living with his children Mary Ann (15) and Joseph (8) both born in St Philip’s parish (51C).|