Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks
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Irish Provincial Marks on Silver

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Silversmith Makers' Mark Period & Location Notes
William Clarke WC 1712-1736
Cork
Received freedom, 1712. Cork Goldsmiths Co., Warden 1710, Master 1714. Deceased, 1733. His widow continued the business until 1736.
William Bennett
WB c.1722-1758
Cork

Mentioned in Cork 1722, Warden of Cork Goldsmiths Company in 1728, deceased 1758.
Walter Burnett
WB
+
W.B
1670-1729
Cork

Warden of the Cork Goldsmiths Company in 1691 and 1694, Master 1700.
William Fitzgerald
WFG 1794-1824
Mary Street, (1794)
15, Patrick Street (1800)
Limerick

First mention, 1794. Registered at Dublin, 1800. Retired, 1823. The business was styled William Fitzgerald & Son 1800-1824.
John Whelpley
Whelply
+

J.W
c.1781-c.1824
Wisdoms Lane (1790)
52, North Main St. (1803-1824)
Cork

First mention 1781. Registered at Dublin 1790.
William Morrissey
WM
Cork
Noted as working 1775-1778.
William Newenham
WN c.1728-c.1739
Cork
Received freedom, 1728. Cork Goldsmiths Co., Warden 1721, Master 1726. Elected Sheriff of Cork, 1729, refused to take office, but appears to have carried out the role in 1732. Deceased, 1734 or 1739.
William Newenham
or
William Nicholson

WN William Newenham
(see above listing)

William Nicholson
1st Q. 18th C.
Cork
William Nicholson, son of Joseph Nicholson, Gentleman. Mentioned in 1706 and 1714, Free 1st August 1715. Married Sarah, daughter of the Mayor of Cork, Joseph Franklyn, in 1707.
William Reynolds Sr.
&
William Reynolds Jr.

WR
+

W.R
c.1758-c.1795
North Main Street (1784)
Cork
William Reynolds Sr. was apprenticed to George Hodder 1750, received Freedom 1758, registered at Dublin in 1784. Reynolds Jr. began apprenticeship under his father in 1781 and continued under John Warner (his father had perhaps died or retired before the term was finished). Received Freedom 1790, last mention, 1795.
William Teulon
WT below star+WT
+
W.T
c.1791-c.1844
127, Patrick Street (1791)
North Main Street (1795)
Patrick Street (1809-1833)
58, Patrick Street (1844)
Cork
Married Honora Heyland, 1791, of the Heyland silversmithing family.
William Ward
WW c.1798-c.1832
Baal's Bridge (1798-1810)
7, Charlotte Quay (1824)
Limerick
Reg. at Dublin in 1798. Deceased, 1832.
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Masters and Wardens of the Goldsmiths' Company of Dublin - 1637-1800
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Newcastle Date Letters • 1702 - 1884 & Makers' Marks
Sheffield Date Letters • 1773 - 1916 & Makers' Marks
York Date Letters • 1559 - 1858 & Makers' Marks
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