Posted on: March 30th, 2018 by Reg Jackson

Born c1874 in Bristol, the son of William Glover (91C).

1891 10 St Silas Place, St Philip’s parish (17), living with his father and brother (91C).
1901 Earthenware traveller, 14 Higham Street, Bedminster (26), living with his wife Agnes (23) and daughter Audrey (1), both born in Bristol (01C).
1911 Representative of pottery manufacturer, 14 Higham Street, Totterdown, Bedminster (36), living with his wife Agnes (33) and children Audrey (11) and [illegible] (6½), both born in Bristol (11C).
1919 21 Apr. He represented Pountneys at the funeral of Walter Henry Maurice Tucker, a commercial traveller for the company (Western Daily Press).
1936 17 Jan. ‘The funeral service for Mr Robert Glover, of 18 Belluton Road, Knowle, who died on Sunday last, took place yesterday at St Silas Church.  Mr Glover was formerly senior commercial representative of Messrs Pountney and Co. Ltd. … and he had been with the firm since boyhood.  He was one of the best known men “on the road” in the pottery trade and he was also one of the prime movers in starting the sports organisation at Messrs Pountney.  Representing the Bristol Pottery were A.S. Newsom, W. Flook, W.G. Cotterell and A. Ford’ (Western Daily Press).

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