Posted on: February 18th, 2018 by Reg Jackson

Born c1865 in Staffordshire, the son of William Morgan IV and the father of Florence and William Morgan VII (11C).

1901 General labourer, 2 Atlas Street, St Philip’s parish (35), living with his wife Eliza (35) and children (01C).
1902 29 Nov. ‘At Bristol Police Court, John Morgan, employed at Messrs Pountney’s Pottery, was summoned by Capt. Bevan, Inspector of Factories, for breach of the special rules for earthenware works, in that he took a dirty board from the dipping-house to the decorating-room, the board being covered in white lead, in contravention of Rule 21 of the special rules of the Factories and Workshops Act 1881. He pleaded guilty and having been previously cautioned, the magistrates fined him 10s and 10s costs’ (Western Daily Press).
1911 Kiln man, 37 Station Avenue, Fishponds (46), living with his wife Eliza (46), born in Temple parish, and children Florence (19), William (16), Alice (11), Ivy (8), Bertie (6), all born in St Philip’s parish, and Gertrude (3), born in Grove Road, Fishponds (11C).


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