BURN Charles

Posted on: April 21st, 2018 by Reg Jackson

Born c1854 in Bedminster (61C).

1861 Rope Walk Cottages, Bedminster (6), living with his parents (61C).
1871 Pottery clerk, 48 Southville Road, Bedminster (17) (71C).
1881 Accountant, 17 Green Street, Bedminster (27), living with his wife Eliza Ann (28), born in Widcombe, Somerset, and daughter Edith A. (1), born in Bristol (81C).
1891 Pottery manufacturer (employer), 2 Archfield Road, Westbury-on-Trym (37), living with his wife Helen M. (32) and children including Annie Eugene (9), born in Bristol, and Helen (3), born in Bristol, and Edith A. Lovell (22) general servant and Elizabeth Moore (15), nurse servant (91C).
1901 Earthenware manufacturer (employer), 19 Elmdale Road, St Michael’s parish (47), living with his wife Helen M. (42) and children, and Kate Parsons (21), housemaid and Rose Lindsey (35), cook (01C).
1905 26 Dec. He was recorded as the co-director, with Thomas B. Johnston, of Pountney and Co. Ltd. (Western Daily Press).
1911 Manufacturer in earthenware, managing director, 21 Oakfield Road, Clifton (57), living with his wife Helen Maria (52) and children, and Rosaline Stone (31), cook, and Alice Fake (25), housemaid (11C).
1912 1 Sep. He died at 21 Oakfield Road, Clifton.  He also had a house called Braeside in Bovey Tracey, Devon.  He was a director of pottery companies.  Probate was granted to Helen Maria Burn, widow, Henry George Hill, director of companies and Frederick George Salisbury, solicitor.  His effects were valued at £22,544.4s.10d.

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