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Joseph BODDINGTON
(~1770 - ~1816)
 
 

(1771 - 1833)
 
 

Married: 29 Dec 1833; Hanley, Staffordshire UK
 bd.  About Dec 1802; Hanley, Staffordshire UK
 bpd.  19 Dec 1802; Hanley, Staffordshire UK
 dd.  Deceased, age not recorded
 occ.  Potter. See notes
 res.  UK
 src.   [34]
 bd.  About Dec 1814; Leek, Staffordshire UK
 bpd.  4 Jan 1815; Leek, Staffordshire UK
 dd.  Deceased, age not recorded
 res.  UK
 src.   [34]

Child:

Elizabeth BODDINGTON (~1835 - )

Notes for Joseph BODDINGTON

From the Wedgwood records the following details for the work of a Joseph Boddington have been found :- September 5th 1815 - 21s per week; November 11th 1816 - 21s per week; November 11th 1817 - 21s per week; November 11th 1818 - 2s 6d per day (same terms as before); November 11th 1819 - 2s 6d per day (same terms as before); October 31st 1820 - 2s 6d per day (same conditions as before); October 31st 1821 - 2s 6d per day (same conditions as last year); November 1st 1823 - 2s 6d per day (same terms but not paid for overtime); October 31st 1825 - 3s 6d per day & 1s 8d per halfnight; October 28th 1828 - 2s 6d per day (same terms but not paid for overtime); January 1844 - 5d per day (paid 2s 6d per week).

There is some confusion as to which Joseph Boddington these records refer. The reduction in rate from 21s per week to 2s 6d per day in November 1818 would seem to suggest a different Joseph and the logical assumption is that the first three (1815-1817) refer to the father and subsequent payments refer to the son. This would fit roughly with the approximate date of death of the father in 1816. The final record of 5d per day in 1844 is almost certainly another Joseph.

Sources

34.  Email, Tony Greatbatch, 15 August 2001

Family record last updated: 17 July 2013


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