Posted on: October 3rd, 2016 by webfooted

Born c1829 in Whitehaven, Cumbria (71C) or Bovey Tracey, Devon (81C).

1861 Potter, 2 Sant Street, Burslem, Staffordshire (32), living with his wife Jane (31), born in Burslem, and children George (13) and Jane (7) (61C).
1865 Catalogue of Industrial Exhibition:
Committee of management included Mr J. Barlow, potter.
Class III Useful & Ornamental
4. Barlow, James Potter (Bristol Pottery)
2 Rose Terrace, Temple – miscellaneous articles in pottery inlaid with colors on turners lathe.  [No James Barlow is recorded as a potter, so this may be a mistake for Joseph Barlow].
1871 Potters turner, 5 Rose Alley, Temple parish, widower (42), living with his daughter Jane (18), born in Scotland (71C).
1871 23 Oct. —- Barlow, Henry Street, potter (EPR, bapt).
1878 3 Nov. Potter, Bread Street, St Philip’s parish (PPR).
1881 Turner in pottery, 4 Rose Alley, Temple parish (51), living with his wife Ciscell (42), born in Temple parish, and children (81C).
1888 20 Oct. ‘Died October 14, at 3 Rose Terrace, Temple, Joseph Barlow, nearly 30 years at the Bristol and Victoria Pottery, deeply regretted’ (Western Daily Press).
Wife Jane: George, born 1848 in Stoke-on-Trent (61C) and Jane, born c1854 in Scotland (61C, 71C). [The following children named Cooksley were probably his step-children]: Alfred Cooksley, born c1863 (81C), Thomas B. Cooksley, born c1867 (81C), Ciscell A. Cooksley, born c1870 (81C), Joseph J. Cooksley, born c1872 (81C), Amelia Cooksley, born c1874 (81C). Wife Ciscell: Blanche, born 5 Oct 1878, bapt 3 Nov 1878 (PPR, 81C)


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