WINSTONE Daniel William

Posted on: July 16th, 2017 by Reg Jackson

Born c1864 in Temple parish, the father of Daisy Winstone (11C).

1891 General labourer, boarding at 94 Meriton Street, St Philip’s parish (23) (91C).
1892 24 Jan. Potter’s labourer, Jacob Street, St Philip’s parish (24), the son of George Henry Winstone, a dock labourer, he married Caroline Hart (22) of Jacob Street, the daughter of Charles Samuel Hart, a labourer (PPR).
1901 4 Mar. He was employed by Pountney and Company at the Bristol Pottery. He was very badly injured in an accident at the pottery and as a result Pountneys were prosecuted under the Factory and Workshop Act 1878. No moral blame was attached to Pountneys and they were fined a nominal 40s (Western Daily Press).
1901 His wife Caroline was living alone at 1 Atlas Street, St Silas parish (32), with their children Caroline (8), Daisy (7), Elsie (4), Emily (2) and Daniel (4 mths), all born in Bristol. Presumably Daniel was still in hospital but this was not recorded in the census (01C).
1911 Assistant timekeeper, pottery, widower, 5 Bawn’s Place, Hockey Lane, Fishponds (47), living with his children (11C).


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