Posted on: October 31st, 2016 by webfooted

See the Potteries List section for the St Philip’s Pottery 3

In 1837 Edward Yabbicom replaced Thomas Bawn Yabbicom in the partnership with Henry Yabbicom II.

1837-42 Henry Yabbicom II and Edward Yabbicom ran the St Philip’s Pottery 3, trading as H & E Yabbicom.

The Pottery closed in 1842 after Edward’s death, with Henry Yabbicom II, alone, concentrating his production at the Temple Back Pottery 2.

Born c1794 in Westbury-on-Trym, the son of Henry Yabbicom I and the brother of Henry Yabbicom II and Thomas Bawn Yabbicom.

1794 1 Jan. Baptised at Westbury-on-Trym, the son of Henry and Sarah Yabbicom (WPR).
1832 Edward Yabbicom, Pottery, Cheese Lane, St Philip and Jacob out parish (P).
1832 & 34 Edward Yabbicom, Pottery, Cheese Lane (BRO 04736, List of Electors).
1835 James Yabbicom (probably a mistake for Edward), Cheese Lane (P).
1837-42 H & E Yabbicom, manufacturers of brown stone ware and improved water pipes, pantiles and fire bricks, Avon Street (MD).
1841 Potter, Broad Plain, St Philip’s parish (45), living with his brother Henry II, potter, both born in Gloucestershire (41C).
1841 Edward died and was buried in Clifton, Gloucestershire (Ancestry website).


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