See the Potteries List section for the St Philip’s Pottery 3.
St Philip’s Pottery 3
By 1810, when they first appear in the port Books, Henry Yabbicom I’s sons, Henry Yabbicom II and Thomas Bawn Yabbicom, had established a Pottery in Avon Street manufacturing stone ware. It seems likely that they shared the same premises as their father who carried on his own Pottery at the same time, and they are both referred to as St Philip’s Pottery 3.
|c1810-36||Henry Yabbicom II and Thomas Bawn Yabbicom ran the St Philip’s Pottery 3, the firm trading as H & T Yabbicom.|
In 1837 Edward Yabbicom replaced Thomas Bawn Yabbicom in the partnership.
|1788||25 Mar. Baptised at Westbury-on-Trym, the son of Henry I and Sarah Yabbicom (WPR).|
|1802||2 Aug. He was apprenticed to James I and Margaret Alsop (A, Ar).|
|1809||Thomas Yabbicom, aged 21, potter, Redcross Street, Bristol Volunteer (BRO L3, Militia List).|
|1823||3 Oct. He was a witness to the will of Samuel Sheppard, potter (PRO Prob 11/1683).|
|1827||5 Apr. He was noted as a potter of St Philip’s in his aunt Elizabeth Yabbicom’s will (PRO Prob 11/1911).|
|1832||26 Jan. He was buried at St Michael’s church, Stoke Gifford, Gloucestershire, aged 44 years (Ancestry website).|