Posted on: October 14th, 2016 by webfooted

The son of James Gaynard of Bristol, scissor, deceased (A).

1714 13 Nov, 8 or 13 Dec. He was apprenticed to Thomas I and Elizabeth Frank with a gift from the Quaker’s charity (A, Ao, Ar).
1722 14 Mar. He became a free gallypotmaker (F).
1734 Gallypotmaker, St Mary Redcliffe parish (P).
1739 Gallypotmaker, Castle Precincts (P).
1743 15 Jul. Potter, Castle Precincts (Ao)
1749 7 Nov. He was described as a potter, late of the city, when his son, Peter, was apprenticed to Elizabeth Prickett, widow of a barber surgeon (A, Ar).
1756 1 Jun. Noted as a potter when his son, George, was apprenticed to Luke Wilmott, hooper (A).
1762 15 Jan. Noted as a potter when his son, William, was apprenticed to James Gerrish, tailor (A).
1781 9 Feb. He was dead when his son, James, became a free yeoman (G).
George Drewett, 9 Nov 1741 (A)-9 Feb 1781 (F)With wife Sarah:
Edward Brent, 15 Jul 1743 (A, Ao, Ar)-transferred 7 Jun 1746 (A)
Thomas Ridley, 15 Jul 1743 (A, Ar)


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