PRICE Arthur Newell

Posted on: September 11th, 2017 by Reg Jackson

Between 1884 and 1946 he was involved in running Price’s Pottery with various members of the Price family. For details see Alfred Newell Price and Charles Newell Price.

Born c1860, the son of Samuel Newell Price and the father of Charles Newell Price (information from the Price family, 61C).

1881 Assistant manager at pottery, 20 Redland Park Villas, Westbury-on-Trym (21), living with his parents and siblings (81C).
1891 Stoneware manufacturer, 5 Trelawney Road, Westbury-on-Trym (31), living with his parents and siblings (91C).
1891 Married Maggie Kerry (information from the Price family).
1901 Stoneware manufacturer, 130 Hampton Road, Clifton (41), living with his wife Maggie (31), born in Redland and children Norah (8) and Phyllis (1), both born in Cotham, and Mary Perry (22), general servant and Annie Wrightman (20), nurse (01C).
1909 5 Apr. Stoneware manufacturer, he was granted probate of his father’s will (Ancestry website).
1911 Stoneware manufacturer, 5 Blemheim Road, Redland (51), living with his wife Maggie Vickers (40) and children Norah and Phyllis, and Annie Spicer (23), housemaid and Elsie Carey (21), cook (11C).
1946 8 Oct. He died at Myrtle Cottage, Beach Road, Portishead, Somerset. Probate was granted on 28 Apr 1947 to Maggie Vickers Price, his widow, Charles Newell Price, captain H.M. army, and James Edward Grace, chartered accountant. Effects were valued at £20,149.18s.7d (PRO National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966).
1946 15 Oct. The funeral was held of Mr Arthur Newell Price, who died at Myrtle Cottage, Portishead, head of the firm of Messrs Price, Powell & Co. For the past 15 years, Mr Price lived in Portishead.  He was always keenly interested in music and was for many years organist of Highbury Chapel.  Messrs W.C.G. Burnard, K.F. Savery and W.C.L. Bush represented Price, Powell and Co. (Western Daily Press).


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