Richard Storer (c.1615 - c.1666)

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Birthplace: England, United Kingdom
Death: Died in England, United Kingdom
Occupation: Silversmith
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About Richard Storer

Richard Storer Born: c 1615, England Died: bef 1666, England   

General notes: Silversmith

Events in his life were:

Apprenticed on 21 Jul 1629 to James Fearne in London England To serve for a period of ten years. After completing his apprenticeship in London, he joined his parents in Boston and was granted, on 25 Nov 1639, twenty-one acres of land in Braintree. 9

Master to John Hull abt 1639 in Boston MA. 9 In Hull's diary, preserved at the American Antiquarian Society, he noted, "After a little keeping at school I was taken to help my father plant corn, which I attended to for several years together; and then by God's good hand I fell to learning by help of my brother {i.e. half brother Richard Storer] and to practice the trade of goldsmith."

Having trained his half-brother, he apparently returned to England by 1646. In December of that year, Robert Hull gave to his son John Hull Storer's twenty-one acres, which he presumably had purchased from Storer before his leaving. 9

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1615
1615
England, United Kingdom
1666
1666
Age 51
England, United Kingdom