Posted on: October 19th, 2016 by webfooted

Born c1830 in Scotland, the son of George Richmond and the brother of Alfred Richmond (51C, HTPR).

1841 No occupation, Temple Backs, Temple parish (10), living with his father William and siblings including Alfred, potter (41C).
1846 31 Aug. He was apprenticed to J.D. Pountney, aged 16 years, to the learn the art of a presser (Ao).
1851 Potter presser, 1 Somerset Street, Bedminster (20) (51C).
1858 26 Aug. Easton Road, the son of George Richmond, a potter, he married Emma Brooks, of Easton Road, the daughter of James Brooks, a boot and shoe maker (HTPR).
1861 Potter mechanic, 7 Sussex Place, Poplar, London (30), living with his wife Emma (25), born in Bristol, and daughter Elizabeth (1), born in Bristol (61C).
1865 Catalogue of the Bristol, West of England, Gloucestershire and South Wales Industrial Exhibition.
Class III Useful and Ornamental
Richmond, Wm. Potter at Messrs White’s Pottery – 8 Blenheim Street, Baptist Mills – a large and small jug, Breakfast Service complete.  Made and designed by exhibitor.
Richmond was also on the management committee.
(BRL, Bristol Tracts B1023).
1871 Commission agent (glass, etc), 496 Mile End Road, Stepney, London (39), living with his wife Emma (34) and children William (8), born in Poplar, Alfred (6) and Edwin (4), both born in Bristol, and Florence (1), born in Bromley, Middlesex, and Alice Jones (16), servant (71C).


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