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American Silversmiths

David Hall
(1764-1828)
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Deacon Almer Hall
(1793-1865)

 

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Spouses/Children:

1. Clarissa C. Hall
2. Fanny Silliman Ives

Deacon Almer Hall

  • Born: 10 Sep 1793, Wallingford CT
  • Marriage (1): Clarissa C. Hall in Wallingford CT
  • Marriage (2): Fanny Silliman Ives
  • Died: 15 Jan 1865, Wallingford CT

  General notes:

Pewtersmith and silverplater

  Events in his life were:

  • He worked from 1827 to 1834 as a pewtersmith in Wallingford CT 11

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  • He was a partner from 1847 to 1865 with Jacob Hall and William Elton in Wallingford CT as HALL, ELTON & Co, manufacturing German silver and britannia wares. 12
  • He appeared on the 1850 census taken at Wallingford CT, listed as a manufacturer.
  • Advertised in the Trow's New York City Directory (New York City NY), 1860, as "Manufactures of every description of German Silver Spoons & Forks. Also, Plated Spoons and Forks of every variety of pattern, and richly plated on the best quality of German Silver. Office with Scoville Manufacturing Co., 36 Park Row and 4 Beekman Street."

Almer married Clarissa C. Hall in Wallingford CT. (Clarissa C. Hall was born on 28 Nov 1793 in Wallingford CT.)


Almer next married Fanny Silliman Ives, daughter of Fanny Silliman. (Fanny Silliman Ives was born on 17 Sep 1802 in Meriden CT.)




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