American Silversmiths

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Daniel Noyes Dole


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Daniel Noyes Dole
  • Born: 22 Nov 1775, Newburyport MA
  • Marriage (1): Nancy Gove on 30 Sep 1804 in Wiscasset ME
  • Died: 10 Mar 1841, Hallowell ME

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  Events in his life were:

  • Flynt & Fales:, . 3 He had a shop at Newburyport about 1800 and was burned out in the great fire of 1811. He later moved to a shop on Water Street, Wiscasset. He was particularly clever in the manufacture of silverware and spoons, noted for their long, graceful handles, and well turned bowls tapering to a artistic point. Hired a watchmaker to do repairing while he devoted himself to silversmithing. Known to be very exact in his habits, so much so that people set their clocks by his movements about town.
  • He worked circa 1800 as a silversmith in Newburyport MA 4
  • Advertised in the American Advocate (Hallowell ME), 7 Jan 1812, that he had taken the shop recently occupied by Sullivan Kendall and had at hand a handsome a assortment of silver work and jewelry which he "will sell as cheap as an be purchased in Boston." 3

  • Watch paper, c 1820
    American Antiquarian Society

Daniel married Nancy Gove on 30 Sep 1804 in Wiscasset ME. (Nancy Gove was born about 1787 in Edgecomb Lincoln ME and died on 6 Oct 1844.)

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