American Silversmiths

Isaac Reed
(1746-After 1810)
Elizabeth Lockwood
(Abt 1750-)
Benjamin Hoyt
(1769-1813)
Elizabeth Reed
(1774-1818)
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Seymour Hoyt
(1796-1866)

 

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Spouses/Children:

1. Fanny Maria Stevens

Seymour Hoyt
  • Born: 22 Mar 1796, New York City NY
  • Marriage (1): Fanny Maria Stevens on 1 Jun 1826 in New York City NY
  • Died: 29 Oct 1866, Stamford CT

  General notes:

Silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker

  Events in his life were:

  • He worked in 1817-1865 as a silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker in New York City NY from a shop at 383 Pearl Street (1821-1830), 320 Pearl Street (1832), 380 Pearl Street (1833-1835), and 266 Pearl Street (1836-1850). 4

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  • He was a partner circa 1817-1830 with Peter Griffin and Walter B. Hoyt in New York City NY as GRIFFIN & HOYT, with a shop at 383 Pearl Street.

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  • Alternate Mark

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  • He was a partner in 1827-1836 with Ebenezer Whitney in New York City NY as WHITNEY & HOYT. 4

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  • Watch paper for WHITNEY & HOYT, c 1835
    Private Collection

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  • He was a partner in 1842-1859 with William H. Hoyt in New York City NY as S. HOYT & Co. William Hoyt died in 1856. 4

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  • Alternate Mark

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  • Powder box, c 1845
    Private Collection
    h: 2 3/4"
    wt: 5.7 oz.
    Engraved "Mary K. Hubbard / From / Her Husband" for Mary King (Chapin) and Boardman Hubbard
  • He appeared on the 1850 census taken at Brooklyn NY, listed as a watchmaker.

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  • Watch paper for HOYT & BADGER, c 1860
    Private Collection
  • He appeared on the 1860 census taken at Stamford CT, listed as a watchmaker.

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  • He was a partner in 1864-1866 with James Monroe Badger and Joseph J. Dillon in New York City NY as HOYT, BADGER, & DILLON, with shops at 266 Pearl Street and 38 Fulton. 4

Seymour married Fanny Maria Stevens on 1 Jun 1826 in New York City NY. (Fanny Maria Stevens was born on 27 Mar 1805 in New York City NY and died on 23 Jan 1842.)




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