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Christopher Robert MP (c.1708 - 1793)

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Dorothy Benrimo (1903 - 1977)

Painter, Author - "Camposantos, A Photographic Essay" Notes From eBay 2011 "You will be bidding on a VERY SCARCE Studio Hand Crafted Pin / Brooch. It is a vintage piece signed by "D. Benrimo", Do...

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Joseph Jonas MP (1792 - 1869)

) Joseph Jonas (1792–1869)[1] was the first Jew to settle in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. He was an English-born peddler, who arrived from Philadelphia on March 8, 1817. He became a successful watch...

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Samuel Bowles (1762 - 1813)

BOWLES, SAMUEL, son of Joshua, and brother of John, who was the great-grandson of John and Dorothy Bowles, the first of the name at Roxbury, Mass., was b. Aug. 4, 1762; Samuel learned his trade of Pewt...

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Nathaniel Hurd MP (1729 - 1777)

GOLDSMITHS AND ENGRAVERS. From Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 9  By Massachusetts Historical Society. Page 211 We have now to consider a class, more properly den...

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Benjamin Hurd (1739 - 1781)

Like his brother Nathaniel, he followed their father's craft, but was not of age when his father died. He was an engraver as well as a goldsmith. A teapot and baptismal basins in West Roxbury, Massachu...

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Capt. Jacob Hurd MP (1703 - 1758)

Jacob Hurd Born: 12 Feb 1703, Charlestown MA Christened: 27 Mar 1703, Charlestown MA Marriage: Elizabeth Mason on 20 May 1725 in Boston MA Died: 17 Feb 1758, Boston MA General notes: Si...

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Thomas Higginson (c.1655 - 1696)

Thomas Higginson Born: abt 1655, Guilford CT Silversmith   Events in his life were: Apprenticed on 13 Apr 1670 to Joseph Ash in London England 9 The records of the Worsh...

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Samuel Phillips, Jr. MP (c.1657 - 1722)

The eldest surviving son of the minister of Rowley was christened Samuel, after his father. Born March 23, 1657, he became a goldsmith in Salem, married for his first wife Sarah Emerson, daughter of ...

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Apollos Revere MP (1702 - 1754)

b. Nov 20, 1702 in Sainte-Foy-la-Grande parish, France 38 miles east of Bordeaux, valley of Gironde d. July 22 1754 in Boston sailed to Boston on Nov 15 1715, aged 12, as religious refugee appren...

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Samuel Casey, Esq. MP (1724 - 1779)

Samuel Casey (1724-?) was born in Newport, performed the craft of silversmithing in Exeter, Rhode Island, and, when his house burned down in 1764, relocated to what was known as Little Rest, better kno...

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Jacques Jacob Elias יעקב Hartogs (1821 - 1892)

He was a gold and silver smith

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Richard 'of London' Carpenter MP (1335 - 1395)

15. Richard10 Carpenter (Jean9 Le Carpenter, Maurice8 Carpenter, Jean7 Le Carpenter, Siger6, Elgan5 Carpenter, Ailric4, Ralph3, Godwin2, William The1) was born Abt. 1335 in London, Middlesex, England, ...

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James Clark Forbes (USA) (1831 - 1890)

James Clark Forbes was named after is uncle Clark Brewster, brother of his mother Melissa Brewster. ---------------- JAMES CLARK FORBES Portage, Columbia, Wisconsin J. C. FORBES was born in Aur...

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Henry Griffith (1767 - 1837)

Henry Griffith was an American silversmith. He worked from circa 1810 to 1820 as a silversmith in Baltimore MD. He was a partner from 1816 to 1818 with George Washington Riggs in Baltimore MD as RIGGS ...

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William Ward (c.1586 - 1624)

-------------- "The Ancestry of John Harvard" Genealogical Gleanings in England, Volume 2. By Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters, New England Historic Genealogical Society. Page vi, Preface. "The mot...

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Sir Richard Hoare, Lord Mayor of London MP (1648 - 1718)

Sir Richard Hoare (1648–1719) was the founder of C. Hoare & Co, one of the United Kingdom's oldest private banks. Raised near Smithfield Market in London,Richard Hoare began his working life...

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Nicholas James Bogert (1776 - 1843)

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William Forbes (1798 - 1888)

He was a partner from 1826 to 1833 with Colin Van Gelder Forbes in New York City NY as COLIN V. G. FORBES & SON. He worked from 1834 to 1864 as a silversmith in New York City NY. Listed in Longwort...

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Garret Forbes (1785 - 1851)

Occupation: 1805 to 1809 as a silversmith in New York City NY at 90 Broadway with William Garret Forbes. In Longworth's American Almanac for 1808, he is listed at 319 Broadway. Occupation: 1809 as a ...

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Colin Van Gelder Forbes (1776 - 1858)

Occupation: 1800 to 1808 as a silversmith and watchmaker in New York City NY as a journeyman in the shops of William Garret Forbes and John Lockwood. Occupation: 1808 to 1818 as a silversmith and wat...

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John Wolfe Forbes (1781 - 1864)

"New York, Births and Christenings, 1640-1962," John Forbes, 1781 Name: John Forbes Gender: Male Baptism/Christening Date: 01 Jul 1781 Baptism/Christening Place: REFORMED DUTCH CHURCH,SHAWA...

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William Garret Forbes (1751 - 1840)

Made freeman of New York City NY, 1773. Military: 1775, Revolutionary War Rolls. Private in CAPT MARINUS WILLETT, NEW YORK CITY. Occupation:New York City NY, 1786-1809: listed in city directories a...

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Samuel Cranston, Governor of Rhode Island MP (1659 - 1727)

Samuel Cranston (1659–1727) was a governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations during the first quarter of the 18th century. He held office from 1698 to 1727, being elected ...

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St. Eligius, Bishop of Noyon (c.588 - 660)

References Saint Ouen of Rouen: The Life of Saint Eligius Source: Vita S. Eligius, ed. Levison, MGH SS Mer. 4, 669-742 Translation and notes, © 1997, Jo Ann McNamara Van der Essen, L...

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Hilde Baer (1907 - 1941)

Befor her emigration to London 12 APR 1939 she lived at Steinheimer Str. No. 21, Seligenstadt. Vor ihrer Emigration nach London am 12. APR 1939 wohnte sie in der Steinheimer Straße Nr. 21 in S...

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William Moulton, II MP (1664 - 1723)

the second William Moulton Birth: 25 MAY 1664 Married: 1) Abigail Webster 2) Sarah Death: 1723 in Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts founder of the Moulton family of silversmiths; example Colo...

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William Moulton (1772 - 1861)

William Moulton Born: 19 Aug 1772, Newburyport MA Parents: Joseph Moulton b: 1 SEP 1744 in Newburyport, Essex, MA & Abigail Noyes b: 23 FEB 1739 Marriage: Judith Noyes on 1 Oct 1801 in Newburyp...

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Joseph Moulton (1814 - 1903)

Joseph Moulton Born: 17 Feb 1814, Newburyport MA Marriage: Elizabeth Coleman on 12 Jul 1838 in Newburyport MA Died: 1903, Newburyport MA Last in the line of Moultons manufacturing silver in...

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Joseph Moulton (1744 - 1816)

Joseph Moulton Born: 1 Sep 1744, Newburyport MA Marriage: Abigail Noyes on 14 Sep 1765 in Newburyport MA Died: 12 Mar 1816, Newburyport MA In the Metropolitan Museum may be seen an exquisite ...

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Lydia Moulton (1757 - c.1823)

Lydia Moulton Born: 11 Feb 1757, Newburyport MA Died: abt 1823, Marietta OH General notes: Silversmith Biography from Ohio History - Lydia Moulton Lydia Moulton was an early settler...

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William Moulton MP (1720 - c.1793)

William Moulton Born: 12 Jul 1720, Newbury MA Marriage: Lydia Greenleaf on 16 Sep 1742 in Newburyport MA Died: 1793, Marietta OH Placespoon, c 1760, Private Collection Sword, c 1770 Private...

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Samuel Piggot (1795 - d.)

Samuel Piggott is listed in the New York City Directories from 1820 to 1850 as a silversmith, jeweler, and a watchmaker. In the 1850 U S Federal Census, there is a Samuel Piggot who was born in New Yor...

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Daniel Legare (1689 - 1725)

  Events in his life were: Apprenticed about 1702 to Francis Legare in Braintree MA 8 He worked from circa 1710 to 1714 as a silversmith in Braintree MA 8 He worked from 1714 to 1...

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Francis Solomon Legare, II (1674 - 1760)

"Legare" is French for "tie". "Le garé" is French for "the parked". Ancestry.com indiciates that Legaré is a nickname from the past participle of Old French esgarer ‘to be trou...

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Francois Solomon L'Egare' (c.1636 - 1711)

"Legare" is French for "tie". "Le garé" is French for "the parked". Ancestry.com indiciates that Legaré is a nickname from the past participle of Old French esgarer ‘to be trou...

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Alderman William Pickett, Lord Mayor of London MP (c.1736 - 1796)

William Pickett was born 1736 London, England and died 17 Dec 1796 in London, England. He was buried 23 Dec 1796 in Stoke Newington, London, Middlesex, England. (See attached source document) William...

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Col. Edward Winslow MP (1669 - 1753)

Edward Winslow Born: 1 Nov 1669, Boston MA Christened: 19 Nov 1671, Boston MA. Died: 1 Dec 1753, Boston MA. Silversmith. Marriage (1): Hannah Moody on 30 Jun 1692 in Boston MA Marriage (2): Eliza...

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Daniel Quincy MP (1651 - 1690)

Born: 7 Feb 1651, Braintree MA Marriage: Anna Shepard on 8 Nov 1682 in Boston MA Died: 10 Aug 1690, Boston MA   General notes: Silversmith   Events in his life were: ...

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Jacob Sawyer Kimball (1779 - 1827)

Apprenticed about 1793 to Levi and Abel Hutchins in Concord NH He worked from circa 1800 to 1827 as a silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker in Montpelier VT Master to Hiram Eaton abt 1815 in Montpel...

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Horace Eaton (1810 - 1883)

Silversmith and watchmaker   Events in his life were: Apprenticed in 1824 to Hiram Eaton in Saint Albans VT He worked c 1830 as a silversmith and watchmaker in Bennington VT He ...

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Hiram Eaton (1802 - 1876)

Silversmith and watchmaker   Events in his life were: Apprenticed about 1815 to Jacob Sawyer Kimball in Montpelier VT He worked c 1820 as a silversmith and watchmaker in Saint Alb...

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Amos Doolittle (1754 - 1832)

Amos Doolittle (May 8, 1754 – February 2, 1832) was an American engraver and silversmith, known as "The Revere of Connecticut." A self-taught artist from Cheshire, CT, Doolittle became an expe...

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Bartolomeo Ghiberti (deceased)

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Lorenzo di Bartolo Ghiberti MP (1378 - 1455)

Lorenzo Ghiberti Lorenzo Ghiberti (1378 – 1 December 1455), born Lorenzo di Bartolo, was an Italian artist of the early Renaissance best known for works in sculpture and metalworking. Life ...

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Albrecht Ajtósi-Dürer, the Elder (b. - 1502)

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John Bateman (c.1725 - 1760)

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Hester Bateman (1709 - 1794)

Hester Bateman was a silversmith, born 1709 in Clerkenwell, London, England. She married John Bateman a goldsmith, born 1725 ca. Hester was illiterate, unable to read or write and signed her contract...

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James Heriott (c.1628 - c.1705)

From at least 1644 until his death he lived and worked at The Naked Boy, Fleet Street, London, in St Bride's Parish on the north side of the street at the foot of the Fleet Bridge. (This area was devas...

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Alexander Heriott (c.1599 - c.1643)

Apprenticed to his father as a goldsmith on 26 September 1611. Admitted as a burgess and guildesbrother of Edinburgh by right of his father, David Heriot, goldsmith burgess and guildsbrother, on 31 Jul...

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David Heriot (c.1560 - c.1611)

Illegitimate son of George Heriot, Jr., MP, goldsmith of Edinburgh, he had letters of legitimation published on 24 May 1593 and followed in his father's footsteps as a goldsmith, as did his half-brothe...

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George Heriot, Sr. (deceased)

Died before 4 August 1562, on which date his son George was referred to as the son and heir of the late George Heriot, goldsmith.

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George Heriot, III (1563 - 1624)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004): Heriot, George (1563-1624), jeweller and philanthropist, was born in Edinburgh on 15 June 1563, the eldest son of George Heriot (1539/40–1610), ...

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George Heriot, Jr. (c.1539 - 1610)

George Heriot (1539/40 - 1610) was a Scottish goldsmith and member of the Parliament of Scotland. He is perhaps best known as the father of the philanthropist George Heriot, his eldest son. Links

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Dorrie Nossiter (1893 - 1977)

Dorrie Nossiter Dorrie Nossiter (29 June 1893–1977) was an English jewellery designer from Aston, near Birmingham. Nossiter crafted precious jewellery in the English Arts and Crafts Traditio...

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Samuel Baldwin, Jr. MP (c.1735 - 1793)

parents: Samuel Ford & Sarah Baldwin Married 20 Jan 1757 to Grace Kitchell 1766 to a woman of Ireland Mary Wills Children William, b. ca. 1759; d. ca. 2 Jan 1793 Morris Co NJ; m. ca...

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NICHOLAS HILLIARD (1547 - 1619)

Nicholas Hilliard Nicholas Hilliard (c. 1547 – 7 January 1619) was an English goldsmith and limner best known for his portrait miniatures of members of the courts of Elizabeth I and James I of...

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Jeremiah Dummer MP (1643 - 1718)

First American born silversmith. Hull had an apprentice, Jeremiah Dummer (1645-1718), an excellent silversmith who subsequently became as successful as his former master, holding the positions of Count...

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Richard Storer (c.1615 - c.1666)

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 s...

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John Hull MP (1624 - 1683)

John Hull (18 December 1624 – 1 October 1683) was the leading merchant and mintmaster of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. He married Judith Quincy (1626–1695), daughter of Judith Pares (d. 1...

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Charles Lewis Tiffany MP (1812 - 1902)

CharlesTiffany and John Burnett Young were boyhood friends and when they decided to go to New York to open a dry good store they borrowed money from Charles' father Comfort Tiffany. In September 1837 C...

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Barend Baruch Roelof Raphael Citroen (1808 - 1895)

The Citroen family were Ashkenazim from Eastern Europe. Jacob Moses Limoenman , the earliest recorded Citroen ancestor, was an itinerant fruit seller. His son, Barend Roelof Limoenman began as a wo...

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Paul Revere MP (1734 - 1818)

Paul Revere was an American silversmith and a patriot in the American Revolution ( DAR ancestor #A095546 ) He was celebrated after his death for his role as a messenger in the battles of Lexington an...

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Johannes Gutenberg MP (c.1398 - 1468)

Johannes Gutenberg (From Wikipedia) Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg (c. 1398 – February 3, 1468) was a publisher and a printer who introduced modern book printing. His invention o...

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Emmanuel Cole, of London MP (c.1545 - 1604)

Emmanuel Cole, living in 1630, father of Sir William Cole, Capt of Enniskillen Castle, was brother of William Cole, of London, who was son and heir of Thomas Cole of London. Member of the Goldmsith's c...

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