American Silversmiths

Isaac Jennings
(1692-1760)
Phebe Staples
(1706-1768)
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Jacob Jennings
(1739-1817)

 

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Spouses/Children:

1. Grace Parker

Jacob Jennings
  • Born: 5 Dec 1739, Fairfield CT
  • Marriage (1): Grace Parker on 14 Jan 1762 in Fairfield CT
  • Died: 1817, Norwalk CT

  General notes:

Silversmith

  Events in his life were:


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    Tentative attribution per Winterthur
  • Flynt & Fales:, . 3 Jennings was one of 39 men listed as having served in the North Guard in defense of Norwalk during the Revolution. Inventory of his estate mentions a number of silversmith's tools.
  • Advertised in the Boston Gazette (Boston MA), 1763, items stolen from his shop when it was "broke open" a cream pot, buttons, buckles, and dozens of silver spoons. ". . . the Subscriber, living in Norwalk, in the Colony of Connecticut," at southeast corner of Main St. and North Ave. 3
  • He worked circa 1763-1810 as a silversmith in Norwalk CT

Jacob married Grace Parker on 14 Jan 1762 in Fairfield CT. (Grace Parker was born in 1741 in Fairfield CT.)




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