Posted on: October 22nd, 2016 by webfooted
1728 11 Jul. A potter of Bristol, he stood surety of £10 for the appearance of Richard Owen at the next Sessions (T).
1729 3 Jun. ‘Joseph Thrall agt John Smith, potter of Redcliff Hill. Thursday June 3 1729 Pltf. proved Deft. indebted to him 2s.2½d for Geneva and Tobacco sold. Ordered it be pd. with costs in a month’ (C). See also Joseph Thrall.
1735 22 May. ‘Henry Hurd agst John Smith potter works at Mr Christophers Lime Kiln Lane. Thurs June 19th 1735 Debt proved 20s for signors ordered it be pay’d with costs …’ (C). See also Charles Christopher.

Comments are closed.