Posted on: August 17th, 2017 by Reg Jackson

Born c1860 in St Philip’s parish (81C).

1881 Labourer Pottery works, 8 Colston Place, Temple parish (21), living with her father Alfred Smith, a labourer (81C).
1881 3 Oct. She was described as a warehouse woman employed by Messrs Pountney and Co. at the Victoria Pottery, St Philip’s Marsh. She was involved in giving three unfinished basins to Julia Cuff who stole thyem to be used for watering her fowls. Julia Smith was dismissed from her employment (Bristol Mercury).


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