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A Joseph KNIBB clock c1670

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The Coat of of Arms shown above were granted to James Langford NIBBS in 1759.  Click on his name for more details about him.

The longcase clock (commonly called a grandfather clock) is a typical specimen of a fine KNIBB clock.  Click on the KNIBB Family of Clockmakers to find out more about them.

"Liberator of slaves"
"I here pledge myself,  by all that is solemn and sacred never to rest satisfied,  until I see my black brethren in the enjoyment of the same civil and religious liberties which I myself enjoy,  and see them take a proper    William KNIBB    portrait stand in society as men".

So declared William KNIBB on 1 Aug 1838 at a public meeting in Falmouth, Jamaica,  the first day of freedom for the slaves in the British Colony and Empire.



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