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ELLAM, Harry, J.P. Potters’ Thrower.
55, Oldfield Street,
Born 1880 at Hanley. Son of late John Ellam.
Married 1904, Minnie, daughter of John Brammer Stanley.
Member of Discharged Soldiers and Sailors War Pensions Committee from its inception ;
Member of Stoke-on-Trent Board of Guardians, 1916-19, as Labour Representative;
Chairman of National Pottery Council, 1927, a Member of the S.O.T. City Council Service, 1928 ;
Trustee of the National Society of Pottery Workers, since 1917 ;
Over Twelve years connected with Workers Educational Association Movement, Vice-Chairman for district for three years.
Heir - Harry Ellam. Born 1909.
"Who's Who in Staffordshire" 1934
Dwelling: 13 Gill St
Census Place: Stoke Upon Trent, Stafford, England
Marr | Age | Sex
|John ELLAM||M 31 M||Head||Huddersfield, York||Joiner|
|Elizabeth ELLAM||M 36 F||Wife||Stoke On Trent|
|Lily ELLAM||9 F||Daur||Hanley||Scholar|
|Leon ELLAM||4 M||Son||Hanley||Scholar|
|Walter ELLAM||2 M||Son||Hanley|
|Harry ELLAM||5 m M||Son||Hanley|
|Frederick SMITH||U 26 M||Lodger||Bradford, York||Cabinet Maker|
last updated: 03-11-2004