- Born: 8 Jan 1787, Athol MA
- Died: 1853, Hallowell ME
Silversmith and watchmaker
Events in his life were:
- Alternate Mark counterstruck by Caleb Kendall.
- He worked circa 1807-1850 as a silversmith and watchmaker in Hallowell ME 3
- Advertised in the American Advocate (Hallowell ME), 30 Jan 1810, noting that he continued the watch and silver business as usual. 3
- Advertised in the American Advocate (Hallowell ME), 2 Jun 1812, announcing he had moved his business to the shop lately occupied by Mr. Cummins, tailor, where he had for sale an assortment of fashionable jewelry at the sign of the Golden Watch. 3
- Watch paper, c 1815
American Antiquarian Society
- Advertised in the American Advocate (Hallowell ME), 29 Jun 1816, offering for sale gold beads, silver table and teaspoons, and a good assortment of jewelry. 3
- Advertised in the American Advocate (Hallowell ME), Dec 1819, announcing move of shop to new location just north of Kennebec Bank. 3
- Advertised in Feb 1831 (Hallowell ME), reminding the public that he continued to carry on an active business as usual at the sign of the Gold Watch, opposite the Town Landing, where he ". . . will repair all watches himself and manufacture tea, table, salt, and mustard spoons." 3
- Advertised in the Free Press & Advocate (Hallowell ME), Dec 1834, offering silver spoons made to order. 3
- He appeared on the 1850 census taken at Hallowell ME, listed as a goldsmith.