I am hoping someone here may have information on my 5th Great grandfather George Clinton, who was a jeweler and silversmith in Kingston, Jamaica. I do not know his exact date of birth, but have found some information on him. George Clinton of the Parish of Kingston, jeweler, & Catherine Crosby of the same Parish, spinster were joined together in Holy Matrimony May 31, 1760. His Death is also recorder in The Parish of Kingston where it is written, George Clinton, Silversmith was buried October 8, 1789 in the Churchyard. I have found on this site that his mark was, (Script G C with Cayman). I don't understand what is meant by adding (with Cayman), as I have no records of him ever living there. I was also curious as to information on any way of obtaining a small piece of something he made. I don't know where one would go to find a item of his manufacture. I also have a question as to the training a silversmith / jeweler would have needed for their craft? Would he have been apprenticed to someone? If he was an apprentice would there not be a record in the guild hall which overseen silversmiths, jewelers, and etc. I apologize for my ignorance on the silver trade and manufacture and hope someone may be able to add more to his story. He was at least a silversmith from 1760-1789. Any Suggestions on how to find further information on this man.