BRYAN Thomas

Posted on: October 6th, 2016 by webfooted

Born c1814 in Bristol, the son of Uriah Bryan and the brother of John Charles Bryan (A, Ao).

1828 16 Jan. He was apprenticed to J.D. Pountney, aged 14 (A, Ao).
1834 29 Sep. Married Mary Ann …. (FM of his son Robert Lawrence Bryan on 30 Jul. 1868).
1835 15 Jun. Free (FM of his son Robert Lawrence Bryan on 30 Jul 1868).
1835 9 Aug. Bedminster (JaPR).
1837 5 Mar. Bedminster (JaPR).
1841 Pipe Lane, Temple parish (P).
1841 Journeyman potter, Pipe Lane, Temple parish (25), living with his wife Mary Ann and family and his brother John Charles (41C).
1841 10 Jul. Thomas Bryan of Pipe Lane, Temple Back, alleged that he was dismissed from Pountney and Goldney, as in the election he had voted for a candidate named Berkeley, and not for one named Fripp as he had told Pountney he would.  Evidence was given by Samuel Marsh, foreman of the pottery, that Bryan had discharged himself (Bristol Times).
1842 Temple Backs, Temple parish (PPR).
1868 30 Jul. Noted as a potter when his son Robert Lawrence, accountant, became free (FM).
Uriah Hawkes, bapt 9 Aug 1835 (JaPR), Thomas, bapt 5 Mar 1837 (JaPR), Edward, born c1838 in Bristol (41C), Robert Lawrence, born c1840 in Bristol (41C), Mary Ann Elizabeth (aged 3 wks), bapt 31 Jul 1842 (PPR)


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