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American Silversmiths

Timothy Chandler
(1733-1770)
Elizabeth Copp
(1740-1830)
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Timothy Chandler
(1762-aft 1848)

 

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Sarah Abbott

Timothy Chandler

  • Born: 25 Apr 1762, Rumford ME
  • Marriage: Sarah Abbott in Nov 1787 in Concord NH
  • Died: aft 22 Jul 1848, Concord NH

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Silversmith

  Events in his life were:


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  • Apprenticed to Jonathan Hale, 1770-1783. As a wool cardmaker, moving with his master to Pomfret, Connecticut in 1781. 1
  • He worked from 1791 to 1820 as a silversmith and clockmaker in Concord NH 3
  • Advertised in the Concord Herald, Courier of New Hampshire and Concord Observer (Concord NH), 1791-1848, noting business in gold and silver, a fire in his shop, new buildings, and lists of items for sale. 3
  • Appointed after 1791 as Sealer of Weights and Measures in Concord NH 3
  • Appointed after 1791 as Surveyor of Highways in Concord NH 3
  • Appointed after 1791 as Director of New Hampshire Mutual Fire Insurance Company in Concord NH 3

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  • Sugar tongs, c 1795
    Private Collection
    l: 5 1/8"
  • Master to Jacob Carter 1812-1814 in Concord NH.
  • He was a partner from 29 May 1820 to 12 Jan 1829 with Timothy Jay Chandler in Concord NH as TIMOTHY CHANDLER & SON 3
  • He was a partner from 1829 to 1830 with Abiel Chandler in Concord NH as A. CHANDLER & Co. 3
  • He worked from 1831 to 1848 as a silversmith and clockmaker in Concord NH 3
  • Concord NH, 22 Jul 1848: appropriate tools of silversmith and clockmaker listed in inventory filed with Concord Probate Records. 3

Timothy married Sarah Abbott in Nov 1787 in Concord NH. (Sarah Abbott was born on 3 Jan 1769 in Concord NH.)




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