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American Silversmiths

Samuel Sargeant
(1730-1804)
Hannah Baldwin
(1733-1812)
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Jacob Sargeant
(1761-1843)

 

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Olive Paine

Jacob Sargeant

  • Born: 28 Feb 1761, Mansfield Center CT
  • Marriage: Olive Paine on 30 Jan 1785 in Mansfield Center CT
  • Died: 12 Apr 1843, Hartford CT

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  • He worked from circa 1784 to 1789 as a gold- and Silversmith in Mansfield Center CT 3
  • Advertised in the The Connecticut Gazette and the Universal Intelligencer (Mansfield Center CT), 11 Jan 1784, ". . . shop in Mansfield makes clocks and watches, gold and silversmith work," 3
  • He worked from 1790 to 1795 as a gold- and silversmith in Springfield MA 3
  • Advertised in the Hampshire Chronicle (Springfield MA), 1790, as a gold- and silversmith. 3
  • He worked from 1795 to 1838 as a silversmith and watchmaker in Hartford CT
    Listed in the 1828 city directory at 7 State Street. 3
  • Advertised in the Hampshire Chronicle (Springfield MA), 1795, stating that he was moving to Hartford where he "will carry on the gold and silversmith business," and informed the public that Thomas Sargeant would carry on the business. 3
  • Advertised in 1795 (Hartford CT), for an apprentice. 3
  • Advertised in the The Connecticut Courant (Hartford CT), 1799, as a clock- and watchmaker as well as having "Silver buckles, a good assortment of gold and silversmith work." 3
  • Advertised in the Hartford City Directory (Hartford CT), 1799, as a "Jeweller, watch and clock maker, Sign of the Golden Watch, Main street, ten rods south of the State House
    Swords, trumpets, knee buckles &c
    ."

Jacob married Olive Paine on 30 Jan 1785 in Mansfield Center CT. (Olive Paine was born on 30 Oct 1764 in Canterbury CT and died on 10 Apr 1831.)




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