5 edition of Clockmakers and craftsmen of the Avery family in Connecticut found in the catalog.
Clockmakers and craftsmen of the Avery family in Connecticut
Amos G. Avery
|Other titles||Avery family clockmakers., Avery clockmakers and craftsmen.|
|Statement||Amos G. Avery.|
|LC Classifications||TS543.U6 A84 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 165 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||87072835|
For example, Ebenezer Parmele, of Guilford, Connecticut, made a public clock for the Meeting House of the Guilford church. It was installed there by him Decem According to Penrose R. Hoopes in Connecticut Clockmakers of the Eighteenth Century “this Guilford Clock was the first steeple clock setup in Connecticut. One of these apprentices was Eli Terry, who became, with the possible exception of Seth Thomas, the most famous clockmaker in Connecticut. Another early clockmaker who should be mentioned at this point was Daniel Burnap. Very little is known about him except that he made clocks be tween and at Andover, Massachusetts, and at Hartford.
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Get this from a library. Clockmakers and craftsmen of the Avery family in Connecticut. [Amos G Avery] -- A genealogy and a history of the Avery family in Connecticut who were clockmakers and craftsmen during the 's. The first Avery in New England was Christopher Avery.
Title: Clockmakers and Craftsmen of the Avery Family in Connecticut Author Name: Avery, Amos G. Categories: Clocks/Watches, Edition: 1st Publisher: Hartford, The Connecticut Historical Society: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding.
Clockmakers and Craftsmen of the Avery Family in Connecticut by Avery, Amos G. Hartford, Connecticut: The Connecticut Historical Society, First edition, second printing . Brown cloth lettered in gilt, pages, no dustjacket as issued.
New and unread but with lower corners lightly bumped, otherwise fine with tight binding, clean pages no names or other markings. CLOCKMAKERS AND CRAFTSMEN OF THE AVERY FAMILY IN CONNECTICUT; Christopher's marriage was recorded Aug.
26, It also says he was first mentioned in the early records of Gloucester, Mass., in May THE AVERYS OF GROTON: The Avery family is very old in Cornwall, and the Christopher Avery branch may have originated there.
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No events listed. Concerning the life of Captain James Avery of Groton, Connecticut. Biography of Captain James AVERY Captain James Avery, only child of Christopher Avery, and the founder of the family that is known as the Groton Averys, was born in England, aboutdied Ap He came to America with his father, and lived at Gloucester.
The Avery Memorial, with its granite column and bronze bust of Captain James Avery (), founder of the Groton Averys, stands on the site of the house in Groton long known as "The Hive of the Averys." Here, the second Captain James Avery, oldest son of the founder, lived with his family from until his death in CONNECTICUT CLOCK / MAKERS fireplace added a note of cheer and comfort to the family circle came a period of design craftsmen trained by their fathers in one particular phase of the work.
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Avery. Avery Family Background. From his Connecticut Avery ancestors, silversmiths and clockmakers in Preston, R. Stanton Avery inherited a knowledge of mechanics and tools, and a love of tinkering and inventing. Mr. Avery's father, Oliver Perry Avery, grew up in Stonington, Connecticut, where some of the family have lived for thirteen generations.Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.
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