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American Silversmiths

Elias Pelletreau
(1726-1810)
Sarah Gelston
(1725-1784)
Elias Pelletreau
(1757-)
Hannah Smith
(-)
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Maltby Pelletreau
(1791-1846)

 

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Jane Joralemon

Maltby Pelletreau

  • Born: 23 Mar 1791, Southampton NY
  • Marriage: Jane Joralemon on 27 Jun 1812
  • Died: 1 Jan 1846

  General notes:

Silversmith

  Events in his life were:


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  • Alternate Mark

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  • He was a partner from 1819 to 1822 with Gregory Clark in Charleston SC as CLARK & PELLETREAU

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  • He was a partner from 1822 to 1823 with Gregory Clark and Stephen Upson in New York City NY as CLARK, PELLETREAU & UPSON. The firm also had a branch store in Chaleston SC.
  • Advertised in the The Evening Post (New York City NY), 2 May 1822, announcing that "CLARK & PELLETREAU, having taken William Upson into copartnership, their business from this date will be conducted under the firm of CLARK, PELLETREAU & UPSON."

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  • He was a partner from 1823 to 1828 with John Bennett and D. C. Cook in New York City NY as PELLETREAU, BENNETT & COOK with shop located at 170 Broadway. The firm also did business in Charleston SC as BENNETT, COOK & Co, having taken over the shop of CLARK, PELLETREAU & UPSON. The firm was formally dissolved in November 1828 after the death of John Bennet on 21 June. 4

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  • Alternate Mark for PELLETREAU, BENNETT & COOK.

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  • Alternate Mark for PELLETREAU, BENNETT & COOK.

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  • Alternate Mark for PELLETREAU, BENNETT & COOK.
  • Advertised in the Charleston Courier (Charleston SC), 28 Oct 1823,
    "NEW STORE, NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS. . . . Bennett, Cooke & Co. have taken the Store No. 142 King-street, two doors above Queen-street. They have received, of the latest importations, a well selected assortment of GOODS."

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  • Teapot (from a three piece set) by PELLETREAU, BENNETT & COOK, c 1826
    Brooklyn Museum
    h: 10 1/2"
    w: 12 1/2"
    d: 5 1/2"

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  • He was a partner c 1824 with Stephen Upson in New York City NY as PELLETREAU & UPSON. 4

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  • Sugar tongs, c 1825
    Winterthur Library
  • Advertised in the Charleston Courier (Charleston SC), 9 Nov 1825,
    "Bennett, Cooke & Co. No. 142 King-street, Have re-opened their Store, and received by recent arrivals, a fresh and well selected assortment of Jewellery, Silver, Plated, Military and Fancy Hardware. Among which are the following, . . . Tea Setts, Sugar Dish and Creams, Table, Desert and Tea Spoons and Forks, . . . Note: B. C. & Co. being con­nected in New-York, under the firm of Pelletreau, Bennett & Cooke, 170 Broad-way, will furnish any article of Silver, at short notice, and on the best terms. As they are manufactured by themselves, all orders shall receive punctual attendance."
  • He worked after 1828 as a silversmith in New York City NY
    Listed in Longworth's 1834 city directory at 26 Frankfort Street and 449 Broome in 1839.

Maltby married Jane Joralemon on 27 Jun 1812.




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