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American Silversmiths

Joshua Hall
(1708-1789)
Deborah Williams
(1710-bef 1755)
Joshua Hall
(1739-abt 1781)
Naomi Beers
(1743-aft 1811)
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Drew Hall
(1766-1816)

 

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Mary Duyckinck

Drew Hall

  • Born: 1766, Fairfield CT
  • Christened: 10 Aug 1766, Fairfield CT
  • Marriage: Mary Duyckinck on 19 Jul 1788 in New York City NY
  • Died: 7 Nov 1816, New York City NY

  General notes:

Silversmith and watchmaker

  Events in his life were:

  • Apprenticed from circa 1781 to 1785 to Joseph Hall in Albany NY
  • He worked from circa 1789 to 1795 as a silversmith and watchmaker in New York City NY
  • Advertised in the American Telegraph (New York City NY), 13 May 1795,
    DREW HALL
    Gold & Silversmith,
    Takes this method of informing his
    friends and the public in general,
    that that he has removed from New-York
    to Newfield, where he carries on
    CLOCK & WATCHMAKING
    and all the various branches of the Silversmith
    business, and hopes by his abilities in the
    above business, to merit the approbation
    of the public.
    An Apprentice wanted to the above business
  • He worked after 13 May 1795 as a silversmith and watchmaker in Newfield NY
  • He worked from circa 1796 to 1801 as a silversmith and watchmaker in New York City NY
  • Albany Centennial, 2 Feb 1802, Albany NY.
    Declared an insolvent debtor in a petition dated 3 Dec 1801, brought by his father-in-law and others in New York City.
  • He worked from circa 1808 to 1815 as a silversmith and gilder in New York City NY
    Listed in Langworth's American Almanac for 1808 at 174 Williams Street.

Drew married Mary Duyckinck on 19 Jul 1788 in New York City NY. (Mary Duyckinck died before 1803.)




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