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. He became associated with Eli Terry and then Seth Thomas eventually purchasing their shares of the business. He became known for using movements of his own design like the “Upside down” style used in this clock. In 1849 he retired a wealthy man.
SS-166 This is a rare miniature time and alarm clock made by Silas Hoadley of Plymouth, Connecticut. This clock is in… read more