American Silversmiths

Samuel Yale
Eunice Paine
(Abt 1760-1804)
Charles Yale
Huldah Robinson
(Abt 1790-1867)
Charles Dwight Yale


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Charles Dwight Yale
  • Born: 23 Apr 1810, Wallingford CT
  • Marriage (1): Mary Culver on 3 Dec 1834 in Wallingford CT
  • Died: 30 Mar 1890

  General notes:

Pewtersmith and silverplater

  Events in his life were:

  • He worked circa 1830-1860 as a pewtersmith and silverplater in Richmond VA
    Sent originally to establish a southern outlet for his father's pewter and britannia business, he opened his own firm and developed a large and profitable business.
  • He worked circa 1865 as a merchant in New York City NY as the city agent for SIMPSON, HALL, MILLER & Co.

  • He was a partner in 1866-1898 with Samuel Simpson, ? Hall, Gurdon W. Hall, and Friend Miller in Wallingford CT as SIMPSON, HALL, MILLER & Co. Became, in 1898, one of the founding members of International Silver. 12
  • He appeared on the 1880 census taken at Wallingford CT, listed as a britannia manufacturer.

Charles married Mary Culver on 3 Dec 1834 in Wallingford CT. (Mary Culver was born about 1814 in Wallingford CT and died on 28 Apr 1888.)

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