American Silversmiths

Abraham Bloodgood
Elizabeth Van Valkenburgh
Lynott Bloodgood


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1. Ruth Dakin

Lynott Bloodgood
  • Born: 25 Dec 1781, Albany NY
  • Marriage (1): Ruth Dakin
  • Died: 17 Jun 1856, Enfield CT

  General notes:


  Events in his life were:

  • He worked after 1810 as a silversmith in Utica NY

  • Countermarked coin, c 1822
    Private Collection
    The coin is an 1822 Spanish Two Reales.
  • Letter from Joseph Bloodgood 4 Nov 1846
    Private Collection

    Dr Brother

                                  Your letter of the 30th came duly to hand You wish me to state what arrangement I made with H Kip I made the follow viz

    One hundred dollars in cash and a garrantee that the interest on his bond from Novr 1 1838 to this day be paid by me and I must stand in the gap for any loss that may be sustained in the sale of Lots on 40th Street

    The Lots will stand ready as follows viz

    Cash pd H. Kip100
    Attachments and Taxes pd500
    Loss on sale of 5 lots on 40th St700
    Interest from Nov 1 1838 to 18461140

    all produced by following your advise as can be shown by your letter Now as to Stores No 14 & 16 Mr Hoffman has agreed to sell the Stores in partition and wish us to name a day for the sale What will be the best time?

    I think I can arrange it so 7 or 8000 $ may be on Bond & Morgage --

    The sale can be made without a Lawyer we united giving a Deed -- We are all well remember us to all the Family

    Your Broth

    J Bloodgood

    Answer the question above immediately

    Answered by Me 5 of Novr 1846

    Lynott Bloodgood

Lynott married Ruth Dakin. (Ruth Dakin died on 13 Apr 1833 in Albany NY.)

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