DUFFETT Susannah

Posted on: October 9th, 2016 by webfooted

See the Potteries section for the Pipe Lane Pottery.

The Pottery had previously been run by her husband, John Duffett I who died in June 1831.

1831-42 Susannah Duffett ran the Pipe Lane Pottery in partnership with her son, John Duffett II, trading as S. Duffett & Son.

By 1841 John Duffett II was in prison and presumably Susannah had given up the business. Charles Duffett, the younger son of John I and Susannah Duffett, ran the Pottery from at least 1843.


1832-42 S. Duffett & Son, red ware potters, Pipe Lane, Temple Back (MD).
1832, 1838 & 1839 S. Duffett and Son exported stoneware and earthenware, including flower pots, to Cork, Waterford and Dublin (PB-EXP).
1851 Susannah Duffett, widow (65), born in Clifton, Worcestershire, was living with her son and his family at Hope Cottage, Temple parish (51C).


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