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American Silversmiths

Joseph Moulton
(1694-1750)
Mary Noyes
(1693-1755)
William Moulton
(1720-1793)
Lydia Greenleaf
(1723-)
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Joseph Moulton
(1744-1816)

 

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Abigail Noyes

Joseph Moulton

  • Born: 1 Sep 1744, Newburyport MA
  • Marriage: Abigail Noyes on 14 Sep 1765 in Newburyport MA
  • Died: 12 Mar 1816, Newburyport MA

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  • He worked from circa 1764 to 1810 as a silversmith in Newburyport MA with home and shop on State Street 8
  • Advertised in the Essex Journal and New Hampshire Packet, 25 Jun 1786,
    FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
    THE Subscriber's Dwelling House in Newbury was broken Open this morning and a considerable sum of money stolen, with about 40 pieces of remarkable copper coin, some of very ancient date and characters.
    Some Silver Table Spoons marked D over F with the maker's name, J. Moulton stamped on the handle, and a pair of square silver shoe buckles open work, with two rows of small holes.

    Tristram Dalton
  • He was a partner c 1796 with Theophilus Bradbury in Newburyport MA as MOULTON & BRADBURY. Their shop was located on Merrimack Street and they produced plated buckles. 3

Joseph married Abigail Noyes on 14 Sep 1765 in Newburyport MA. (Abigail Noyes was born on 23 Feb 1739 in Newbury MA and died on 8 Sep 1818 in Newburyport MA.)




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