Bristol Potters - Y
Research by Reg Jackson
The son of James Young of Bristol, cordwainer (A).
|1715||28 May. He was apprenticed to Mary Orchard to be educated in the art of the mugmaker. Friends to find apparel (A, Ar).|
|1723||9 Aug. He became a free mugmaker (F, G).|
|1731||26 Dec. Sarah, daughter of John Young, potter, baptised (RPR).|
|1734||Mugmaker, St Mary Redcliffe parish (P).|
|1737||17 Nov. ‘Thos. Short agst. John Young potter in Piles Street. Pl. proved his debt to be 1s.6d for schooling …’ (C).|
|1739||Mugmaker, St Mary Redcliffe parish (P).|
|1754||Potter, St Mary Redcliffe parish (P).|
|Rate and tax book entries:
[25 Mar 1732-29 Sep 1735] Young and tenements (SMR-L)
[25 Mar 1736-29 Sep 1752 John Young Pile St/Redcliffe Pit (SMR-L,PR)
25 Mar 1750 John Young Pile St (SMR-W)
YOUNG John Mates
|1772||23 Jan. Apprenticed to Richard Champion (Ao).|
YOUNG Mary Ann
Born c1833 in Bristol [or Newport, South Wales (71C)], the first wife of William Young I (61C).
|1861||3 Eugene Street, St Philip’s parish (28), living with her husband William Young (26) a potter (61C).|
Born c1874 in St George, probably the sister of Amelia Young (91C).
|1891||Pottery, Knapps Lane, St George (17) (91C).|
Born c1833 in St Paul’s parish, the wife of Abraham Young (71C).
|1871||Potter spout maker, 4 Prospect Parade, St Philip’s parish (38), living with her husband and children (71C).|
|1881||Potter, 2 Bedwell Place, St Philip’s parish (50), living with her husband (81C).|
YOUNG Thomas I
|1838||9 Sep. Noted as a stone potter when his daughter Sarah of Mary-le-Port Street married Thomas Griffin (MLPPR).|
YOUNG Thomas II
Born c1835 in St Philip’s parish, the brother of Abraham Young (51C).
|1851||Potter’s labourer, 12 Charlotte Building, St Paul’s parish (16), living with his mother Ann Young, a charwoman, born in St Philip’s parish and brother Abraham, a potter (51C).|
YOUNG Thomas III
The father-in-law of William Young I (PPR).
|1840||1 Nov. Union Road, St Philip’s parish on the baptism of his daughter Emily (aged 6 wks). Wife Susanna (PPR).|
|1869||28 Mar. Noted as a potter when his daughter Mary Ann Young, a machinist of Thrissell Street married Edwin Dowling (HTPR).|
|1875||6 Sep. Noted as a potter when his daughter Emily Young (35) of Redcross Street, St Philip’s parish married William Young, a potter (PPR).|
YOUNG William I
|1754||27 May. He became a free potter because of his marriage to Elizabeth, daughter of James Wilkins (F).|
|1754 & 1774||Potter, Temple parish (P).|
|1781||22 Feb. The freedom of William Purnell, cordwainer, who was married to ‘Mary, daughter of William Young, potter’ (G).|
|1784||Potter, Temple parish (P).|
|1784||7 Apr. The freedom of Richard Frank, mariner, who married ‘Elizabeth Barrett, wid. daughter of Wm. Young, potter, dec’d’ (F, G).|
|Rate and tax book entries:
[25 Mar 1752-25 Mar 1753] William Young Temple Backs (Temple-W)
[1764-29 Sep 1787] William Young Temple Street (Temple-W,Wa)
[29 Sep 1787 Widow Young Temple Street (Temple-Wa)
YOUNG William II
Born c1834 in St Philip’s parish, husband of Mary Ann Young, the son-in-law of Thomas Young III and the father of Henry Young (51C, PPR, 01C).
|1851||17 Great George Street, St Philip’s parish (17), living with his parents Moses and Ann Young, a fishmonger (51C).|
|1859||16 Jan. Great George Street, St Philip’s parish (24), the son of Moses Young, a labourer, he married Mary Ann Murphy (27) of Lodge Court, Great George Street, the daughter of Patrick Murphy, a labourer (PPR).|
|1861||3 Eugene Street, St Philip’s parish (26), living with his wife Mary Ann (28) a potter, born in Bristol (61C).|
|1871||25 Atlas Terrace, St Philip’s parish (35), living with his wife Mary Ann (40), a hawker, born in Newport, South Wales (71C)|
|1875||6 Sep. Redcross Street, St Philip’s parish (40) a widow, the son of Moses Young, a labourer, he married Emily Young (35) of Redcross Street, the daughter of Thomas Young, a potter (PPR).|
|1878-84||138 Pennywell Road, St Philip’s parish (PPR).|
|1881||Labourer at pottery, 9 Foxes Terrace, St Philip’s parish (46), living with his wife Emily (40) born in Bristol and son George (2) born in Bristol (81C).|
|1891||Potter’s labourer, 3 Prospect Place, St George (56), living with his wife Emily (50), born in St Paul’s parish, and children (91C).|
|1901||Potter, 6 Proctor Street, St Matthew’s (66), living with his wife Emily (59) and children George and Henry (01C).|
|1911||His wife was a widow (11C).|
George Thomas, born 7 Oct 1878, bapt 3 Nov 1878 (PPR)
William James, born 9 Jul 1881, bapt 31 Jul 1881 (PPR)
Henry, born 5 Jan 1884, bapt 6 Feb 1884 (PPR)
Frederick, born 5 Jan 1884, bapt 6 Feb 1884 (PPR)
YOUNG William III
Born c1853 in Bristol (71C).
|1871||22 Church Street, Temple parish (18), living with his parents William and Mary Young, a labourer (71C).|