Daniel Booth Hempstead
- Born: 4 May 1784, New London CT
- Marriage (1): Grace Lamphere on 4 May 1806 in Groton CT
- Died: 12 Jan 1852, New London CT
Silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker
Events in his life were:
- Alternate Mark (Winterthur atrtribution)
- Alternate Mark
Like the previous mark, tentatively attributed to Hempstead's wholesale work.
- He was a partner circa 1806 with Asa Spencer in New London CT as SPENCER & HEMPSTEAD. 4
- Advertised in the Connecticut Gazette (Hartford CT), 10 Sep 1806, the formation of the firm of SPENCER & HEMPSTEAD. 3
- Watch paper, c 1810
American Antiquarian Society
- He was a partner in 1811-1816 with Stephen Chandler in New York City NY as HEMPSTED & CHANDLER, silversmiths and watchmakers first listed at 251 Water Street, then 117 1/2 Chatham in 1815.
- He worked circa 1819-1821 as a silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker in New York City NY listed as a jeweler at 117 1/2 Chatham in 1819, 7 1/2 Spruce in 1820, and 257 Broadway in 1821.
- He was a partner circa 1821-1852 with Nathaniel Saltonstall and Asa Spencer in Eatonton GA as D. B. HEMPSTEAD & Co. His place taken by son Daniel in 1852, joined by grand-nephew Daniel in 1882. 4
- He appeared on the 1850 census taken at New London CT, listed as a jeweler.
Daniel married Grace Lamphere, daughter of Unknown and Unknown, on 4 May 1806 in Groton CT. (Grace Lamphere was born on 19 Jun 1784 in New London CT.)