Posted on: October 30th, 2016 by webfooted
1838 25 Aug. Possibly the John Weeks, a boy about 15 years old, who was charged with maliciously cutting and wounding Richard Griffith. The prosecutor stated that he was a journeyman potter at Mr White’s pottery in Redcross Street and it was his duty and that of another boy, in the same employ, to make the stove fire on alternate mornings. In an argument over the lighting of the fire, Weeks stabbed Griffith twice. He was further remanded (Bristol Mercury).
1847 10 Oct. Baptist Mills, St Philip’s parish on the baptism of his son James Thomas (born 5 May 1847).  Wife Elizabeth (PPR).
1874 8 Feb. Noted as a potter when his daughter Elizabeth Sarah (22) of Trinity Street married Thomas Rowland (APR).


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