Posted on: October 14th, 2016 by webfooted
1786 From Shelton, Staffordshire, he was apparently engaged by Joseph Ring I to assist him in his preparation for manufacturing Queen’s Ware.  Ring purchased Hassell’s stock, some 148 dozens, and paid him £5.5s.0d for the cost of his journey to Bristol, £3.14s.6d for the expenses of workmen who accompanied him, and £5.5s.0d for moulds (Owen 1873, 347).
1795 28 Jul. Possibly the Anthony Hassells who was buried in Stoke-on-Trent (Ancestry website).


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