Posted on: October 17th, 2016 by webfooted

See the Potteries section for the St Philip’s Pottery 4.

There is a reference to him running a Pottery in Avon Street. It is assumed that he was in partnership with his brother Colston Pearce, in the St Philip’s Pottery 4.

The son of Earl Pearce I and Elizabeth Pearce, and the brother of Colston Pearce and Earl Pearce II.

1791 3 Apr. Baptised, the son of Earl I and Elizabeth Pearce (PPR).
1816 Thomas Pearce, brown stone pottery, Avon Street (MD).
1816 28 Jun. Avon Street, St Philip’s parish on the baptism of his son John Hewlett (aged 1 month).  Wife Ann (PPR).


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