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American Silversmiths

John Mulliken
(1690-1737)
Mary Poore
(1695-1727)
Samuel Mulliken
(1720-bef 1756)
Sarah Kelly
(1716-)
Jonathan Mulliken
(1746-1782)

 

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Susanna Pearson

Jonathan Mulliken

  • Born: 7 Sep 1746, Bradford MA
  • Marriage: Susanna Pearson on 17 Nov 1768 in Newburyport MA
  • Died: 19 Jun 1782, Newburyport MA

  General notes:

Clockmaker

  Events in his life were:

  • He worked from circa 1767 to 1771 as a clockmaker and engraver in Lexington MA
    In addition to clockmaking, he engraved at least one print, issued in 1770, titled The Bloody Massacre, based on the print by Paul Revere. 9
  • He worked from 1772 to 1787 as a clockmaker and engraver in Newburyport MA 9
  • Advertised in the Essex Journal and Merrimac Packet, 25 May 1774,
    Jonathan Mulliken Informs his customers and others that he still continues to carry on the clock and watch making business in all its branches at his shop near the Town House in Newburyport, where may be had the best of chimes or musical clocks playing seven different Tunes upon twelve bells. Eight day or common one day clocks equal to any imported from Great Britain.Jonathan Mulliken Informs his customers and others that he still continues to carry on the clock and watch making business in all its branches at his shop near the Town House in Newburyport, where may be had the best of chimes or musical clocks playing seven different Tunes upon twelve bells. Eight day or common one day clocks equal to any imported from Great Britain.

Jonathan married Susanna Pearson on 17 Nov 1768 in Newburyport MA. (Susanna Pearson was born on 16 Feb 1750 in Newbury MA.)




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