American Silversmiths

John Hancock
(1671-1752)
Elizabeth Clark
(1674-1760)
Thomas Hancock
(1703-1763)

 

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Spouses/Children:

1. Lydia Henchman

Thomas Hancock
  • Born: 13 Jul 1703, Lexington MA
  • Marriage (1): Lydia Henchman on 5 Nov 1730 in Boston MA
  • Died: 1 Aug 1763, Boston MA

  Events in his life were:


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  • Communion dish Samuel Minott, Bef 1763
    Worcester Art Museum
    h: 1 1/8"
    d: 13"
    Engraved "The Gift of the Honble THOMAS HANCOCK Esqr / to the CHURCH in Brattle Street Boston 1764." Hancock originally left a 100 bequest for the purchase of two flagons, but the church, having four flagons already, used the funds to purchase six dishes -- three by Minott and three by John Coburn.

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  • Communion dish Samuel Minott, Bef 1763
    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 10
    h: 1 5/16"
    d: 13 1/16"
    wt: 24 oz, 7 dwt
    Engraved on rim: The Gift of the Honble THOMAS HANCOCK ESQR / arms / to the CHURCH in Brattle Street Boston 1764. Hancock originally left a 100 bequest for the purchase of two flagons, but the church, having four flagons already, used the funds to purchase six dishes -- three by Minott and three by John Coburn.

Thomas married Lydia Henchman, daughter of Daniel Henchman and Elizabeth Gerrish, on 5 Nov 1730 in Boston MA. (Lydia Henchman was born on 4 Oct 1714 in Boston MA.)




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