American Silversmiths

John Graham
(1722-1796)
Mary Sheldon
(1725-1776)
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Daniel Graham
(1764-1798)

 

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Spouses/Children:

1. Lydia Goodrich

Daniel Graham
  • Born: 25 May 1764, West Suffield CT
  • Marriage (1): Lydia Goodrich on 10 May 1790
  • Died: 28 Jul 1798, Rochester NY

  General notes:

Silversmith

  Events in his life were:

  • He worked in 1785-1798 as a silversmith in Suffield CT
  • Hartford CT, 1789-1797: his account book includes entries for shoe buckles, bells, brazier, 1 set teaspoons 1/2/11, 1 gold ring 0/13/0, 4 brass landchains 0/1/6, 1 set teaspoons 1/5/0. 3
  • Advertised in the Connecticut Courant (Hartford CT), 25 May 1789, "A Journeyman Goldsmith may find constant employ, and get a generous reward for his labor, by applying to Daniel Graham, Suffield." 3
  • Advertised in the American Mercury (Hartford CT), 6 Nov 1790, "A Journeyman Goldsmith may find constant employ, and get a generous reward for his labor, by applying to Daniel Graham, Suffield." 3
  • Advertised in the Connecticut Courant (Hartford CT), 1792, offering "Cash paid for old Gold, Silver. . ." An account book belonging to Thaddeus Leavitt, now at the Kent Memorial Library, Suffield, Connecticut, records old gold and silver sold to Graham. 3

Daniel married Lydia Goodrich on 10 May 1790. (Lydia Goodrich was born on 25 Sep 1768 in Wethersfield CT and died on 1 Feb 1837 in Pittsfield MA.)




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