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American Silversmiths

Samuel Curtis
(1761-)
Sarah Partridge
(1765-)
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Lemuel Curtis
(1790-abt 1857)

 

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Spouses/Children:

Mary Abbott

Lemuel Curtis

  • Born: 3 Jul 1790, Roxbury MA
  • Marriage: Mary Abbott on 1 Dec 1814 in Concord MA
  • Died: abt 1857, New York City NY

  General notes:

Silversmith and clockmaker

  Events in his life were:

  • He worked from 1811 to 1814 as a silversmith, clock - and watchmaker in Concord MA from shop "near the Court House." 16

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  • He was a partner from 1813 to 1820 with Joseph Nye Dunning in Concord MA as CURTIS & DUNNING. According to Northern Sentinel their shop was located on the north-east corner of Court House Square. 3

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  • He was a partner from 1821 to 1832 with Joseph Nye Dunning in Burlington VT as CURTIS & DUNNING. Partnership ended on 01 May 1832. 3

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  • Alternate Mark for CURTIS & DUNNING

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  • Alternate Mark for CURTIS & DUNNING
  • Advertised in the Northern Sentinel (Burlington VT), 6 Jan 1821, as CURTIS & DUNNING, offering a large assortment of silver items of the best silver and superior workmanship. 3

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  • Wall clock by CURTIS & DUNNING, c 1825
    Old Sturbridge Village
    h: 39 7/8"
  • Advertised in the Free Press (Burlington VT), 1830, as CURTIS & DUNNING announcing that they had sold their stock and rented shop to R. Fitzgerald. The partnership then exclusively manufactured clocks. 3
  • He worked from 1832 to 1839 as a general merchant and shopkeeper in Burlington VT 16
  • He was a partner from circa 1834 to 1837 with Charles L. Curtis in Burlington VT as LEMUEL CURTIS & Co. 16
  • He worked from 1839 to 1842 as a watch- and clockmaker in Burlington VT resuming his old trade from a stand on Church Street. 16
  • Advertised in the Free Press (Burlington VT), 1842, announcing bankruptcy sale. 3

Lemuel married Mary Abbott on 1 Dec 1814 in Concord MA.




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