WHITE William Daniel

Posted on: October 31st, 2016 by webfooted

Born in 1833 in Stapleton, the son of Joseph White II and brother of Joseph Augustus White (PPR, 51C).

1851 Potter (thrower and turner), 2 Lower Ashley Road, St Philip’s parish (18), living with his parents Joseph II and Elizabeth White and siblings (51C).
1858 He left Bristol for the Pacific and the gold fields in the far west of America (Collard, E. 1967. Nineteenth-century pottery and porcelain in Canada. Montreal, McGill University Press, 254).
1861 Pipemaker master, employing 5 men, 7 women, 2 girls and 2 boys and a carrier employing 10 men and 3 boys, 1 Brookland House, St Philip’s parish (28), living with his wife Mary Ann and daughter Marion (aged 8 mths), born in St Philip’s parish, his brother Frederick James White and Christiana Veale (21), general servant (61C).
1861 15 Aug. Noted in a mortgage as a railway carrier, etc. (BRO 01789(7)).
1879-80 Pipemaker, living at 26 Wade Street, St Philip’s parish (WD).


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