Posted on: October 14th, 2016 by webfooted

The son of Peter Griffiths of Bristol, shipwright, deceased, and the father of Joseph Griffiths (A).

1698 11 Jul. He was apprenticed to Thomas I and Hester Frank (A, AR).
1707 28 Apr. He became a free gallypotmaker (F, G).
1720 23 Mar. Described as a gallypotmaker when his son, Joseph, was apprenticed to Thomas Frank I (A, Ao, Ar).
1736 6 May. ‘William Pytts agt. Peter Griffins at Christophers pothouse in Lime Kiln Lane’ (C).  See also Charles Christopher.
1736 2 Jul. ‘Robert Porter agt. Peter Griffiths at Mr. Tompsons in Lime Kiln Lane’ (C).
1737 28 Apr. ‘Robert Porter agt. Peter Griffiths at the Potthouse in Lime Kiln Lane.  Thursday the 15th 1737 Pl. proved his debt to be 7s.9d for cloaths, ordered it be paid with costs’ (C).


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