Posted on: October 19th, 2016 by webfooted

See the Potteries List section for the St Thomas Street Pottery 2.

1864-77 Charles Price III was in partnership with Joseph Read Price and his brothers Alfred Newell Price and Samuel Newell Price, trading as Joseph & Charles Price & Brothers.

Born in 1827, the son of Charles Price II.

1827 12 Jan. He was born the son of Charles and Rebecca Price. He was baptised on 20 Sep 1831 (PRO RG4/0388 Bridge Street Chapel (Congregational), 1714-1837).
1848 10 Jul. ‘Charles Price, the younger son of Charles Price the younger, potter. Born in 1820 – never baptised but Father produced Bible with entry of birth. Father’s copy produced as proof that he was born in the city’ (no occupation is given for Charles Price III) (FM). [Although he was born in 1827 and baptised in 1831, as above].
1851 Stoneware potter, lodging at Adelaide Villa, Clevedon, Somerset (26), living with his wife Elizabeth (21), born in Birmingham (51C).
1852 Stone potter, South Parade, Clifton (P).
1865 Charles Price jnr, warehouse, Temple Street and warehouse Thomas Street, living at Stanton Drew (Somerset) (WL).
1870 5 Nov. ‘A light and elegant Whitechapel Cart, suitable for a gentleman. Apply at the Turnpike, Stanton Drew [Somerset]; or to Mr Charles Price, Potteries, Thomas Street’ (Bristol Mercury).
1871 Stoneware potter, Hillside, Stoke Bishop (44), living with his wife Elizabeth (40), born in Birmingham, and daughter Florence (11), bon in London and Frank Burridge (16), groom, Alfred Watts (28) gardener, Charlotte Tucker (37) cook and Emma Vowles (22) housemaid (71C).
1877 25 Aug. Charles Price, stone ware manufacturer, of Hillside, Sneyd Park, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, died at Ballachulish in Scotland.  His will was proved on 26 September 1877 on the oath of his widow, Elizabeth Lydia Price.  He left all his estate to his wife.


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