HILL James I

Posted on: October 15th, 2016 by webfooted

He was the son of Joseph Hill, a glassmaker.  He was probably a potmaker (i.e. a crucible maker) and furnace builder for a glass works.

1768 23 Feb. He became a free potter as he was the son of Joseph Hill (F, G).
1773 10 Mar. He was described as a bricklayer and potmaker of Back Lane, behind Old Market (Ao).
1774 Potter, St Philip and Jacob parish (P).
1774 21 Feb. Bread Street, potter (PPR).
1775 Earthenware pot maker, 6 Guinea Street, St Mary Redcliffe parish (SD).
1781 & 1784 Potter, St Mary Redcliffe parish (P).
With wife Elizabeth:
Richard Skidmore, 10 Mar 1773 (A, Ao)-2 Sep 1780 (F)
James Norman (aged 6 weeks), bapt 21 Feb 1774 (PPR), Joseph, bapt 31 Mar 1775 (RPR), Susanna, bapt 29 Aug 1778 (RPR)


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