American Silversmiths

Nathan Goddard
(1746-1795)
Martha Nichols
(1746-)
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Nicholas Goddard
(1773-1823)

 

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Spouses/Children:

1. Charity White

Nicholas Goddard
  • Born: 4 Oct 1773, Shrewsbury MA
  • Marriage (1): Charity White on 16 Sep 1798 in Rutland VT
  • Died: 29 Sep 1823, Rutland VT

  General notes:

Silversmith and clockmaker

  Events in his life were:


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  • Alternate Mark

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  • Alternate Mark
  • Advertised in the Rutland Herald (Rutland VT), 3 Jul 1797, announcing partnership with Benjamin Lord; first shop a few rods north of courthouse. 3
  • He was a partner on 3 Jul 1797-1807 with Benjamin Lord in Rutland VT as LORD & GODDARD 3
  • Advertised in the Rutland Herald (Rutland VT), 1800, announcing move to shop formerly occupied by STORER & WILMOT 3
  • Appointed in 1803 as Town Clerk in Rutland VT 3
  • Appointed in 1805-1807 as Town treasurer in Rutland VT 3
  • Advertised in the Vermont Courier, 1808, describing a quantity of items in stock, including silver spoons and sugar tongs. 3
  • Advertised in the The Washingtonian, Nov 1810, informing the public that "imperious necessity" compelled him to notify all debtors to pay up. 3
  • Rutland VT, 14 Oct 1823: the National Standard reported that "Capt. Nicholas Goddard died at Rutland . . . " and Montpelier Vital Statistics refers to him, "Captain Nichols Goddard, died Sept. 29, 1823." 3

Nicholas married Charity White on 16 Sep 1798 in Rutland VT. (Charity White was born on 27 Jun 1779 in South Hadley MA and died on 10 Nov 1857 in Claremont NH.)




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