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).|