Silas Hoadley of Plymouth, Connecticut.

Silas Hoadley was born in 1786 and died in Plymouth, CT in 1870. He first apprenticed to his uncle Samuel and was making clocks in 1808. Along with Seth Thomas, he was hired by Eli Terry at the age of 21 to set up and work at Terry’s Ireland factory. Shortly after Terry’s Porter Contract was satisfied he and Seth Thomas bought the factory from Terry and then eventually purchased Thomas’s shares of the business. Silas Hoadley became known for using movements of his own design like the “Upside down” style used in his shelf clock. In1849 he retired a wealthy man.

Silas Hoadley Miniature Time & Alarm Clock. Mantel clock. -SOLD-

SS-166 This is a rare miniature time and alarm clock made by Silas Hoadley of Plymouth, Connecticut. This clock is in… read more

Silas Hoadley Miniature Time & Alarm Clock. Shelf / Mantel clock. Wall clock.

This is rare miniature time and alarm clock made by Silas Hoadley of Plymouth, Connecticut. This example is in very good… read more

Silas Hoadley of Plymouth, Connecticut. Tall clock.

This is a very good example of a wooden works tall clock made by Silas Hoadley of Plymouth, Connecticut. The construction… read more