MATCHIN Edward

Posted on: October 16th, 2016 by webfooted

See the Potteries List section for the Wilder Street Pottery.

The Pottery had previously been run by William Matchin II, who died in May 1812.

1812-14 Edward Matchin ran the Wilder Street Pottery.

The Pottery was then taken over by Jane Matchin.

However, he later appears to have been in partnership with Benjamin Matchin, who was probably his brother.

1819-20 Edward Matchin probably ran the Wilder Street Pottery in partnership with Benjamin Matchin, trading as B. & E. Matchin.

The Pottery was then run by Benjamin Matchin alone.

 

He was possibly the son of William Matchin II.

1813-14 Edward Matchin, potter, Wilder Street (MD).
1819-20 B. & E. Matchin, wholesale stone, red and glazed ware, chimney and garden pot manufactory, 9 Wilder Street (MD).

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