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T ARNDELL T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
 c1855
M ARTHUR CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1845
Little is known of M ARTHUR, most of their bottles are found around Windsor N.S.W. 
J, BARKER  E FOWLER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1845
No history on J BARKER at this point, several of his bottles have been found in country Victoria.
G BARTON  T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE  JAR JUG
c1845 - 1854
George Barton arrived in Australia in 1825 aboard the Minstrel. Started brewing ginger beer in George Street Parramatta in 1845, Peter Miller took over plant and business after Barton's death in 1854.
J BLACKWELL T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE  JAR JUG
c1855
N BRAY N B MORETON CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1838-1839
Nicholas Bray started brewing ginger beer in Gloucester Street Sydney in 1838, finished up in 1839 and became the Publican of The Three Jolly Sailors Hotel. 
J BROGDEN J B FOWLER CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE  JAR JUG
c1843-1846
Joseph Brogden was transported as a Convict in 1823, committed for seven years for stealing. Initially worked at George Williamson's Ginger Beer Factory, in 1843 started his own business in Church Street, Parramatta.  Soon after Brogden acquired William Garfield's Ginger Beer Factory in Sydney, sold the business to William Starkey in 1846. Brogden then moved back to Parramatta.
H G BROWN FOWLER T FIELD POTTER  SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE STONE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1844-1851
Henry George Brown opened his Ginger Beer Factory in York Street Sydney in 1844, sold out to Lucas and Bailey in 1851. 
BRYANT & VICKERS FOWLER FIELD SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE STONE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1844
Stephan Bryant and Henry Vickers  
W BURRETT T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
R BUTLER E FOWLER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1838 - 1839
Robert Butler brewed ginger beer at Durands Lane Sydney, short lived venture, only lasting two years.
J CAMPBELL T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1839- 1855
John Archibald Campbell, George Street Sydney
CANTEEN CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1840
Bottle used in Military Barracks Sydney
CAPEL CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1837
Thomas Capel first started brewing in Melbourne Victoria, but moved to Sydney in 1837, and established the Britannia Brewery with a partner only known as Solomon.  Short lived venture, with Capel moving to Goulburn N.S.W not long after.
COOKE & STADDON CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c18
Robert Cooke and Thomas Staddon, Hunter Street, then Pitt Street Sydney.
P CAVENAGH P C C & R C,R  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1827-1828
Phillip Cavenagh and John Robson had a short lived venture in George Street, and later Pitt Street. Partnership dissolved in 1828.
DAY & REID D,R  H D J R MORETON CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1840 - 1842
Henry Day and John Reid, Hunter Street Sydney.  Sold business to Edward Youngman in 1842.
J DRIVER   J D MORETON CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1826-1827
John Driver
J DOVEY T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
J DUFFY   J D MORETON CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1844
James Duffy arrived in Australia as a Convict in 1825, received his Ticket of Leave in 1834, had a shorted lived ginger beer factory in Kent Street, Sydney
C DUNN C D McARTHUR CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1837 - 1847
Charles Dunn operated from the corner of Argyle and Kent Streets Sydney.
N DUNN MORETON T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1839 -1852
Nicodemus Dunn , brother of Charles, also ran a ginger beer brewery, it was located in Castlereagh Street Sydney.
C DAY C D CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1826-27
Charles Day  brewed ginger beer from Wellington Bridge, Elizabeth Street, Hobart Town. he acquired business from George Wise in 1826 and sold out to William Wylde in 1827
C,T EARLE MORETON CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1843-1845
Charles Vavasour Earle operated for a short time with his brother Thomas from the rear of the Medical Hall in West Maitland.
G E EVANS G E T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY FOWLER CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1837-71
George Evans, an American who arrived in Australia in 1828.  established a ginger beer factory in Princes Street, Millers Point in 1837, later moved to Pitt Street, Sydney.
MR GEORGE EVANS GOULBURN T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY FOWLER CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
FORSTER C D CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1826-28
Forster arrived in Australia as a Convict in 1821, received Certificate of Freedom in 1826.  Established his ginger beer factory in Castlereagh Street, Sydney in the same year.  Forster was declared mad in 1828, and was committed to an Asylum.
FOSTER CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1831-1839
Thomas Foster was a Convict who arrived in Australia in 1820.  He was soon assigned to Ginger Beer Brewer Thomas Stedman ( see below).  Interestingly Foster married Ann Leak, daughter of Sydney Potter Jonathan Leak.  He brewed from several locations at various times in Sydney.  Foster sold the business to Isaac Parker in 1839.
E FOWLER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1845
Enoch Fowler
W GARFIELD CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1837-1843
William Garfield took over Thomas Stedman's Ginger Beer Factory in Pitt Street Sydney, operated for several years before selling out to Joseph Brogden in 1843.  Garfield then moved to Melbourne, where he established a Ginger Beer Brewery in Flinders Lane, short lived venture, only lasting two years.
W G W GREEN CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1835-1839
William Green established a Soda Water and Ginger Beer Brewery in George Street Sydney, around 1837 he moved the business to Cambridge Street until he ceased the operation in 1839.
H HANNELL  T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
 c1850
W G HENFREY T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
 c1850
HERRING & CO ADELAIDE T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
 c1850
H I CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1840
No information to date on  H I, there is a possibility this is a miss struck H P, Hannah Pawley.
D KEARNEY T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JU
 c1847-1862
I O LADD ADELAIDE T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY HINDMASH POTTERY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
J LEAK CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1821-1838
Jonathan Leak was born in Burslem, England 1777, learnt his trade at local Staffordshire Potteries.  Convicted for theft in 1819, was transported to Australia on Brig ‘Recovery”, arrived 18th December 1819.  Leak worked in Government Pottery until 1821 when he set up his own Pottery, which operated until his death in 1838.  Leak produced stoneware ginger beer bottles, blacking jars, jugs, pots, demijohns, spirits barrels, pipes, tiles and bricks.
LEES IMPERIAL GINGER BEER MORETON CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1837-1842
Benjamin Lee was the Licenced Publican 
J L  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1838
Joseph Levy commenced brewing ginger beer from his Imperial Brewery Berrima N.S.W in 1838.
R L  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1840
No information on R L to date, several of their bottles have been found in Sydney.
G McARTHUR  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1838-1842
Gilbert McArthur arrived in Australia as a free settler in 1838, he established a Pottery in Parramatta Road Camperdown.  Pottery closed in 1842.
MERRALL T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
P MILLER T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1856
 J MONTOGUE FOWLER CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1840
No information in J MONTOGUE at this stage, bottle was found in Northern N.S.W. and was made by Sydney Potter Enoch Fowler
MORETON  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1840
Anson Moreton
I MORETON & SONS POTTERS  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1830
John Moreton
J MUNRO PITT ST MORETON CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1840-1846
John Munro 
I NORRIS I N T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1844-1872
R ORAM  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1835-39
Robert Oram came out to Australia as a free settler in 1883, he became the Publican of the Dolphin Inn from 1834 to 1835.  Oram then established a ginger beer brewery in Phillip Street Sydney late 1835, ceased brewing at site in 1839 and moved to Maitland. 
I PARKER MORETON CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1839-1845
Isaac Parker
H P  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG 
c1840
Hannah Pawley
S P  S B CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1828
No information to date on  S P , was found in an early location in Tasmania.
C R CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1828
No information to date on C R, was found in an early location in Tasmania.
JOHN RIDGE FOWLER CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1840
John Ridge operated the Australian Arms Hotel in Wilberforce N.S.W.
ROBSON  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1827
Supplied soda water in stone bottles, went into business with Phillip Cavenagh in 1828.
J W ROCHE T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1848-1852
J ROWLY  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1830-1839
John Rowley 
E SMITH PARRAMATTA  NED SMITH LEAK  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
W STARKEY W S T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG 
T STEDMAN MORETON  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
T S  SCARR CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1825
Thomas Scarr transported to Australia as a Convict in 1817, sentenced for 14 years
STODART TASMANIA  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1828
Robert Stodart operated Stodart's Hotel in Hobart in the 1820's, a lot of publicans brewed their own ginger beer to sell to the public.
UNION HOTEL  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG

W WALLIS  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1835-1840
William Wallis 
W WATSON T FIELD POTTER SYDNEY CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
WEBSTER MORETON LEAK CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1825-26
William Webster came out to Australia as a free settler in 1822, he was initially the Publican at the Emu Inn in Hobart Town, then in 1824 started brewing ginger beer in Elizabeth Street Hobart Town.  Webster sold business to George Wise and moved to Sydney in 1825 and started brewing ginger beer again, he operated from a site in George Street, previously used by ginger beer brewer Benjamin Hill.
It was a short lived venture as Webster died in March 1826. 
P WHELAN FOWLER McARTHUR CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1838-1845
Phillip Whelan was transported Australia as a Convict in 1830, he was convicted of theft and sentenced for seven years.  Whelan received his Ticket of Leave  in 1835, and in 1837 received his Certificate of Freedom. He started brewing ginger beer in 1838 in George Street Sydney.  Whelan moved his factory location several times, went from George Street to Goulburn Street, and later to Kensington Street.  In 1845, Whelan ceased brewing ginger beer, and went on to be the Publican of the Britannia Arms Hotel.  Whelan later went back to brewing ginger beer in Melbourne.
G W  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1822
George White 
G W  MORETON CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1838-55
George Williamson
G WILLIAMSON  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1838-55
George Williamson
G WISE H T  MORETON LEAK CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1825- 1826
George Wise had a short lived venture at Wellington Bridge, Elizabeth Street, Hobart Town. He acquired the ginger beer brewing business from William Webster in 1825 and sold out to Charles Day in 1826.  George Wise and William Webster had both arrived in Australia as free settlers on the William Shand in May 1822.CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JU
W WISE DRUGGIST MORETON LEAK CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1825
William Wise arrived in Australia as a free settler with his brother George on the William Shand in 1822.
W W  CLAY POTTERY STONEWARE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE JAR JUG
c1827 -1833
Willian Wylde acquired Charles Day's ginger beer factory at Wellington Bridge, Elizabeth Street, Hobart Town in 1827. Ceased operation in 1833

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