John ' Hurd , of Boston , 1639 , had a numerous family , as Savage records . Of
these , Jacob , ” b . 10 Sept . , 1644 , removed to Charlestown , married Anna
Wilson , 21 Dec . , 1675 , and had the following children : Jacob ; ' b .
John ' Hurd , of Boston , 1639 , had a numerous family , as Savage records . Of
these , Jacob , ! b . 10 Sept . , 1644 , removed to Charlestown , married Anna
Wilson , 21 Dec . , 1675 , and had the following children : Jacob , b . 21 Sept . ,
10 Sept., 1644, removed to Charles- town, married Anna Wilson, 21 Dec, 1675,
and had the following children: Jacob,8 b. 21 Sept. ... Administration was granted
18 Aug., 1758, to his son John Hurd, of Boston (Jacob waR then late of Roxbury),
Category: New England
Beginning in 1924, Proceedings are incorporated into the Apr. number.
JACOB HURD French, Hollis, Jacob Hurd and His Sons, Nathaniel & Benjamin,
Silversmiths, 1702–1781. The Walpole Society, 1939. Pp. xvii, 148. The history of
an eighteenth-century dynasty of Boston silversmiths and engravers: Jacob ...
Author: Walter Muir Whitehill
Publisher: UNC Press Books
This summary essay and the heavily annotated bibliography covering the period from the first colonization to 1826 are primarily intended to aid the scholar and student by suggesting areas of further study and ways of expanding the conventional interpretations of early American history. Originally published in 1935. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.
Notes 1 I.N. Phelps Stokes, The Iconography of Manhattan Island (6 vols, New
York: R.H. Dodd, 1915–28), 4:806. 2 Nathaniel Hurd (1730–1778) was the son of the silversmith Jacob Hurd and the subject of a portrait by John Singleton Copley.
Author: Sally Webster
The commemorative tradition in early American art is given sustained consideration for the first time in Sally Webster's study of public monuments and the construction of an American patronymic tradition. Until now, no attempt has been made to create a coherent early history of the carved symbolic language of American liberty and independence. Establishing as the basis of her discussion the fledgling nation's first monument, Jean-Jacques Caffi?'s Monument to General Richard Montgomery (commissioned in January of 1776), Webster builds on the themes of commemoration and national patrimony, ultimately positing that like its instruments of government, America drew from the Enlightenment and its reverence for the classical past. Webster's study is grounded in the political and social worlds of New York City, moving chronologically from the 1760s to the 1790s, with a concluding chapter considering the monument, which lies just east of Ground Zero, against the backdrop of 9/11. It is an original contribution to historical scholarship in fields ranging from early American art, sculpture, New York history, and the Revolutionary era. A chapter is devoted to the exceptional role of Benjamin Franklin in the commissioning and design of the monument. Webster's study provides a new focus on New York City as the 18th-century city in which the European tradition of public commemoration was reconstituted as monuments to liberty's heroes.
He also engraved bookplates and created seals, including those for Harvard
University and Dartmouth College. Two ofJacob's 14 children, Benjamin (1739–
81) and Nathaniel (1730–77), became silversmiths. H. French: Jacob Hurd and His ...
Author: Gordon Campbell
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Contains information drawn from Grove Art Online and new material written by G. Campbell. Cf. Preface.
There is no trace on the Boston records of the latter , and these circumstances
may account for the difficulty found in tracing the descendants of Jacob Hurd , the
goldsmith , except through his son John . The latter was educated at Harvard ...
Release on 2016-01-01 | by Art Institute of Chicago
1740/55. Jacob Hurd was the most talented and prolific silversmith in mid-
eighteenthcentury Boston. ... He was followed in his trade by his sons Nathaniel
and Benjamin and his son-in-law Daniel Henchman, husband of his daughter
Author: Art Institute of Chicago
Publisher: Yale University Press
The history of American silver offers invaluable insights into the economic and cultural history of the nation itself. Published here for the first time, the Art Institute of Chicago's superb collection embodies innovation and beauty from the colonial era to the present. In the 17th century, silversmiths brought the fashions of their homelands to the colonies, and in the early 18th, new forms arose as technology diversified production. Demand increased in the 19th century as the Industrial Revolution took hold. In the 20th, modernism changed the shape of silver inside and outside the home. This beautifully illustrated volume presents highlights from the collection with stunning photography and entries from leading specialists. In-depth essays relate a fascinating story about eating, drinking, and entertaining that spans the history of the Republic and trace the development of the Art Institute's holdings of American silver over nearly a century.
Benjamin , and Jacob Hurd ( brothers ) , Seth Knowles , Young , was baptized
July 7th 1745. Amos Rich jr . , a Richard Mayo jr . , Daniel Morgan , Elisha and
John son of Amos Rich ( deceased at the time of the record Niles , Rowland
Jacob Hurd was a well - known gold- and silversmith with 296 indexed pieces (
see Hollis French , Jacob Hurd and his Sons ... in London on 7 April 1783 ,
granted a coat - ofarms to the descendants of Jacob Hurd on behalf of his son
Throughout his active business life Mr. Young has followed agricultural pursuits ,
and has a farm , neat and thrifty in ... His son Moses Hurd was there born , as was the father of our subject , Jacob Hurd , whose birth occurred in 1798. He also ...
Throughout his active business life Mr . Young has followed agricultural pursuits ,
and has a farm , neat and thrifty in ... His son Moses Hurd was there born , as was the father of our subject , Jacob Hurd , whose birth occurred in 1798 . He also ...
Daughter Elizabeth married silversmith Daniel Henchman , who served his
apprenticeship with Hurd . Sons Nathaniel and Benjamin became silversmiths . Hurd's eldest son , also named Jacob , moved to Halifax , Nova Scotia , in the
Author: Ian M. G. Quimby
Publisher: University Press of New England
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
Introductory essays address issues of authorship, style, use, and scientific analysis as well as the creation of the collection at Winterthur by Henry Francis du Pont. The catalogue portion, arranged alphabetically within the major divisions of New England, New York, and Pennsylvania and the South, is put together with meticulous attention to detail.
THE LOSS OF JACOB HURD Jacob HURD, stern witch-harrier of Ipswich, can
abide nothing out of the ordinary course of things, whether it be flight on a
broomstick or the wrong adding of figures ; so his son gives him trouble, for he is
He had five sons and six daughters ; two of the former , Samuel and James ,
succeeded to his business , and continued to carry it on together for many years .
In the early part of 1784 , Jacob Hurd came from Haverhill and lived upon the
Jacob Hurd, stern witch-harrier of Ipswich, can abide nothing out of the ordinary
course of things, whether it be flight on a broomstick or the wrong adding of
figures; so his son gives him trouble, for he is an imaginative boy, who walks
Author: Charles M. Skinner
Publisher: The Floating Press
When one thinks of classic fairy tales and folklore, it's usually the enchanted forests of Europe that spring to mind. But in Charles M. Skinner's Myths and Legends of Our Own Land, the author proves that scrappy upstart America is an equally rich source of myths and legends. This engaging volume brings together dozens of old favorites and more obscure tales, as well.
John Hurd , civil engineer , born in Somerset County , England , came over in the
ship Mary and John , and landed at Plymouth , March 20 , 1630 . ( See Stiles ... His son , Jacob Hurd , born Oct . 4 , 1798 , married Mary Hoagland . He died Aug