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American Silversmiths

Stephen St John
(1772-)
Sarah Betts
(1777-)
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Charles Grandison St John
(1811-1846)

 

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Esther Ann Camp

Charles Grandison St John

  • Born: 2 Dec 1811, Norwalk CT
  • Marriage: Esther Ann Camp on 11 Sep 1839 in Norwalk CT
  • Died: 12 Jan 1846, Macon GA

  General notes:

Silversmith

  Events in his life were:

  • Advertised on 4 Mar 1834 (Saratoga Springs NY), the opening of his new shop, offering watches, clocks, and fine jewelry for sale. 15
  • He worked from 1834 to 1846 as a silversmith and jeweler in Macon GA
    In 1835, his shop was on Cotton Avenue, opposite Washington Hall. On 8 October 1838, he notified the public that he had moved to the store on Mulberry Street lately occupied by Mr. D. W. Pratt. On 29 Jan 1846, Sidney B. Day announced he had purchased the remaining stock of the late C. G. St John. 15
  • Advertised in the Georgia Telegraph (Macon GA), 13 Dec 1834, the opening of a new shop, offering fine jewelery, chains, seals, breast pins, etc. 15
  • Advertised in the Georgia Telegraph (Macon GA), 9 Oct 1838, announcing he had moved to the shop on Mulberry Street formerly occupied by D. W. Pratt. 15

Charles married Esther Ann Camp on 11 Sep 1839 in Norwalk CT. (Esther Ann Camp was born on 18 Oct 1814 in Norwalk CT and died on 26 Jul 1896 in Norwalk CT.)




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