Summary

Patriot of the American Revolutionary War

Birth:
11 May 1765 1
Stratford, New Haven, Connecticut, USA 1
Death:
02 May 1843 1
Cedar Hill, New Haven, CT, USA 1
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Full Name:
William Storer 1
Birth:
11 May 1765 1
Stratford, New Haven, Connecticut, USA 1
Male 1
Death:
02 May 1843 1
Cedar Hill, New Haven, CT, USA 1
Burial:
Burial Place: West Street Cemetery, Rutland, Rutland, VT 1
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Birth:
Mother: Electa Bradley 1
Father: James Storer 1
Marriage:
Mary Street 2
Oct 1822 1
East Haven, New Haven, CT, USA 1
Spouse Death Date: 15 May 1836 1
Marriage:
Deborah Beaman 1
01 Mar 1792 1
Spouse Death Date: 22 Apr 1817 1
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Occupation:
goldsmith / silversmith 1

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  1. Contributed by cedar9_0482
  2. Waters, Henry Fitz-Gilbert, New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEHGR), (New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1908), April 1890, Page 186. — Contributed by cedar9_0482

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Stephen Ensko, states in American Silversmiths and Their Marks that William Storer: Worked from circa 1792 to 1796 as a silversmith in Rutland VT Advertised in the Rutland Herald (Rutland VT), 20 Aug 1792, seeking an apprentice and noting the location of his shop ". . . next door South of the New Rutland gaol." He was a partner from 1796 to 1800 with Thomas Wilmot in Rutland VT as STORER & WILMOT, from a shop fifteen rods northwest of the court house. The shop was taken over by the firm of LORD & GODDARD. He worked from 1800 to 1842 as a silversmith in Rutland VT Wilmot, Thomas (1756-1815). Wilmot worked in New Haven before 1796; in Rutland, Vermont, 1796-1800 as the partner of William Storer; and by himself in

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