Silas Hoadley?

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  1. TheTickTockDoc

    TheTickTockDoc Registered User
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    Hello friends:

    Just picked this New England tall case clock at an auction. It's said to be a Silas Hoadley. It has a 30 hour movement with wood gears. Pine case. Looks like the foot piece has be replaced/restored. No markings that I can find. Was wondering if anyone can shed some light on this clock. I like it no matter whom the maker might be. As always, thanks for your time and kind expertise.

    Best regards,

    Rich

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  2. Les harland

    Les harland Registered User

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    Loomes Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World lists:-
    Hoadly Silas Greystone USA b1786- d1870
    In firm of Terry, Thomas and Hoadly 1809
    Thomas & Hoadly 1810-13 then alone until 1849
     

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