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American Silversmiths

David Page
(1770-1840)
Jean Fraser
(-)
Amos Page
(1803-1895)
Charlotte Freeman
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Richard Page
(1835-1882)

 

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Richard Page

  • Born: 23 Dec 1835, Amherst Nova Scotia
  • Died: 1882, St John Canada

  General notes:

Silversmith

  Events in his life were:

  • Apprenticed in 1849 to Amos Page in Amherst Nova Scotia 1
  • He worked from circa 1855 to 1870 as a silversmith in St John Canada 43
  • Advertised in the New Brunswick Almanac and Business Directory, 1858, as watchmaker and jeweler at 46 Prince William Street. 43
  • Advertised in the New Brunswick Almanac and Business Directory, 1862, "...prepared to manufacture spoons, forks, etc from pure coin silver, rings of guinea gold, jewelery in any style made to order." 43

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  • He was a partner from 1870 to 1876 with William Clement Page in St John Canada as PAGE BROS, working at 41 King Street. 43

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  • Alternate Mark for PAGE BROTHERS.
  • He worked as a silversmith from circa 1876 to 1880 at 43 King Street after great fire of 30 June 1877.
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