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American Silversmiths

Joseph Taber
(1773-1819)
Mary Earle
(1778-1843)
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Samuel Macomber Taber
(1797-1853)

 

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Mary Eddy

Samuel Macomber Taber

  • Born: 25 Feb 1797, Little Compton RI
  • Marriage: Mary Eddy on 29 Dec 1823 in Westport Point MA
  • Died: 25 Sep 1853, Providence RI

  General notes:

Silversmith and jeweler

  Events in his life were:


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  • Alternate Mark
  • Providence RI, 1818: he was one of the organizers of the First Light Infantry of Providence, along with fellow silversmiths Stanton Beebe, Pardon Miller, Samuel Davis, and Jonathan Nichols. 3
  • He worked from 1820 to 1850 as a silversmith and jeweler in Providence RI
    Listed in the New England Mercantile Union Business Directory, 1824-1849 with a shop at 55 Westminster Street.
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  • Advertised in the The Providence Gazette (Providence RI), 29 May 1822, reporting his removal to 57 Westminister Row where he offers for sale ". . . jewelry, watches, fine gold beads, and silver spoons . . . and gives cash for old gold and silver." 3
  • Advertised in the Newport Mercury, 1840, offering ornamental hairwork, French ringlet curls on combs, silver baskets, jewelry repair, and combs. 4
  • He appeared on the 1850 census taken at Providence RI, listed as a jeweler.

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  • He was a partner from 1850 to 1853 with William E. Taber in Providence RI as S. M. TABER & Co, with a shop at 105 Westminster Street.

Samuel married Mary Eddy on 29 Dec 1823 in Westport Point MA. (Mary Eddy was born on 7 Jan 1802 in Massachusetts and died on 19 Apr 1852 in Providence RI.)




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