Early American Clocks


January 09. 2014 4:11PM

Early American Clocks - Chester, New Hampshire 







Route 121 & Route 102
Chester, NH

Marker Number: 14
Name and date established: Chester 1963

Description: Isaac Blasdel, 1738-1771, son and father of clockmakers, settled in Chester in 1762 and commenced manufacturing one-day, striking wall and tall-case clocks with one weight and metal works. He was an Association Test signer, Revolutionary War soldier, selectman and member of the Committee of Safety.

Location: Located on the east side of Route 121, just north of its junction with Route 102 near the Congressional Church.

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