C.  English & European Clock Makers

 

Cabrier, Charles. London. 1680. Admitted to Clock-makers’ Company 1697.

Maker of silver watch in Bernal collection (1910) showing days of month. He made many fine

watches in gold cases.

Cabrier, Charles. London.1726.Warden1754, 55, 56. Master 1757. He prosecuted a man named

Anderson for putting his name on some watches: a verdict of £100 was given in Cabrier’s

favour, 1777. There were five watch and clock makers in London during the eighteenth century

bearing this name,  Cabrier.

Cabrier, Charles. London. 1752. Maker of a watch beautifully enriched with

diamonds,   (Tzar’s   collection. 1900)

Cabrier, John. London,Clockmakers’ Company. 1730. Cabrier, Favey & Son.    London. 1798. Wilderness Row.

Cabrier & Leekey. London.1781.

Cade, Simon. London. Clock-makers’  Company.  1688

Cadier, London. 1750.

Caesar, Daniel. L o 11 d o u. Clockmakers’ Company. 1703.

Caillard,—–.   Paris.    1800.

Caille, —-.    London.    1770.

Caiquillot, Jehan. Abbeville, France.    1680.

Calcott, Tobias. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1664.

C alder wood, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company.    1724.

Callam, Alexander. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1790.

Callam Brothers. London. 1796-1820.    Long Acre.

Callet, F.   Paris.   1775-90.

Calliber, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1703.

Calliber, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1727.

Calson, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1647.

Calston,     John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1653.

Calver, J. Woodbridge, England.   1750.

Cam, William. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1686.

Cambridge, Samuel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1697.

Camden, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1708.

Cameel, C.Strasbourg. Maker of an engraved octagonal silver-gilt watch.

Campbell, James.  London.1800.

Campbell, John.   London.1690-1700.

Canche, Jacques.   London.1680.

Cann, John.   London. Clock-makers’  Company.  1649.

Cannon, Joseph. London.1790.

Capt  &  Freundler. Geneva.1750

Card, Edmund. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1679.

Carduroy, Philip. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1679.

Carey, George. London. Clockmakers’ Company.  1679.

Carey, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1705.

Carlin, Martin. About 1770. Maker of a most elaborate clock with ormolu mounts

in the Louvre.

Carlton, John.   London. 1630.

Carmichael, James. Edinburgh.   1796.

Carmichael, John. Greenock, Scotland.    1786.

Caron, Pierre Auguste. Paris. Born 1732, died 1799. A maker of splendid watches.

Carpenter, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1796. Near St. John’s Street turnpike.

Carpenter, Thomas.  London. Admitted Clockmakers’ Company 1767.

Carpenter, William. London, 1781-1817.

Carre, Daniel.  London. 1690.

Carrington, James. London. 1760. Warden 1767.

Carrington, Richard. London.  1781.

Carrington, Colonel Robert. London.  1766.

Carrington, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1766-86. Bishopsgate Street.

Carruthers, George. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1788-96. Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane.

Carstens, Heinrich. Lubeck, Germany. 1750.

Carte, John. London. Clock-makers’  Company.1695.

Carter, Edward. Dublin. 1775

Carter, John. London. Clock-makers’  Company.    1728.

Carter, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1829. Warden 1852, 53, 54, 55,

62, 63. Master 56, 59, 64. Lord Mayor in 1857, died 1878.

Carter, Leon Augustus. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1726.

Carter, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1699.

Carrier, Charles. London. 1697.

Cartier, Jacques. Paris. 1650-1700.

Carthro, G. & R. London. 1812.

Carthro, R.   London. 1835.

Cartwright, George. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1706.

Cartwright, N. London. 1740. Had a shop in Lombard Street.

Cartwright, Thomas. London. 1720. Was apprenticed to Richard Watts 1693.

Cartwright, William. London.   Clockmakers’ Company.

Carver, Isaac. London. Clock-makers’  Company.     1667.

Carver,  London.1750.

Cary, George. London. Clock-makers’ Company.1679.

Case, R. London. 1760.

Castang, Philip. London: 1777.

Casterton,   James.  London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1812.Stock Exchange.  Cathay Daniel.  London. 1775-79. Beadle of Clockmakers’Company.

Catsworth,  John.  London .Clockmakers’ Company. 1669

Cattell, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1688

Cattell, William. London Clockmakers’ Company. 1671

Cattey, Daniel. London Clockmakers’ Company. 1731.

Cauch, James. London.Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

Caudy, J. A., a Geneve. 1780.

Cavendish, Richard.   London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1810. Coleman  Street.

Ceulercaga, J.    London. 1760.

Cext, Catherine. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1730.

Chalk, James. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1812. Whitechapel Road.

Chamberlaine, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1687.

Chamberlaine, Nathanial. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1685.Warden

1715-16.   Master 1717.

Chamberlaine, Thomas, “de Chelmisforde,” 1640 on a round silver watch.

Chamberlaine, Thomas. London. 1650.

Chamberlayne, –  London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1687.

Chambley, John. West Hampton.    1800.

Champion, Isidore. Paris. 1660. Brass cruciform watch with silk or catgut spring.

Champion, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1641.

Champion, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1651.

Champson, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1673.

Chams, Charles Sampson. London. Clockmakers’ Company.   1692.

Chancey, James. London. 1741.

Chanville, James. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1699.

Chapman, Simon. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1675.

Chappel, Robert. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1720.

Charie, Dennis Lewis. London. Clockmakers’ Company.1829. Bridgewater Square.

Charie, Charles D. Kent, England. 1760.

Charlton, John. London. 1630.Warden 1635. Master 1640.

Charlton, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1631-50. One of the first assistants.

Charlton, Matjonat. London.Clockmakers’ Company. 1728. Was an apprentice of George Graham.

Charleston, C.   London. 1750.

Charleston, P.   London. 1740-50.

Charlstrom, William. London.Clockmakers’ Company.1810-35.Ashby   Street, St.

John’s Street.

Charmes, Simon de. London.Clockmakers’ Company. 1691.He was a famous

maker of repeating watches.

Charrington, Samuel. London Master 1768,— died in office.

Chartier, Isaac. London. 1780

Charwell, James. London.1750.Maker of a repeating watch of pierced gold with

shagreen case.

Chater, Eliezer. London. 1769-81.  Warden   1769,   70,   71.Master 1772.

Put on livery 1766.

Chater, James. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1727.

Chater, James. London. 1781.Cherry Tree Court.

Chater, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1787-1812. Cornhill.

Chaunes, – Paris.15801600.

Chayton, James. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1727.

Cheeseman, Daniel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1699.

Cheltenham, Michael. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1712.

Cheney, Wither. London. Warden 1691, 92, 93.

Cherudens, Jean de. Berlin. Watch with portraits of Elector and Electress of

Brandenburg.

Chesnon, Solomon, a Blois. 1680. Maker of small watches in quaint cases.

Cheuillard,-Blois, France.1600.

Chevalier & Compe. Geneva. 1750. Made enamelled watches.

Cheyne, Claudius du. Paris. About 1730. Maker of fine chimney bracket clock.

Chilcott, John. London. Clock-makers.’ Company.    1721.

Chilcott, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1690.

Child, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1642-64. Master and died in office.

Child, Henry. London. Clock-makers’   Company.    1677-90.

Child, Ralph. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1662.

Child, Richard. London. 1630-55.   Junior Warden 1641.

Chisman, Timothy. London. 1796. Warden 1800, 01, 02. Master 1803. Birchin Lane, Cornhill.

Chopin a. Paris. About 1820. Maker of a bronze gilt clock, in late Empire style.

Choudens, Jean de. 1600-50. Maker of a gold enamelled square watch

Churchman, Michael. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1694.

Clare, Peter. Hatton, England.    1790.

Clare, Peter. Manchester. 1800-51.

Claridge, Robert. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1812. Finchley, Middlesex.

Clark, James. Edinburgh. 1808.

Clark, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1792. Radcliffe Row, St. Luke’s.

Clark, Stanford. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1696.

Clark, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1720.

Clark, William. London. 1750-75. Maker of watch of copper-gilt, repousse double Case.

Clarke, George. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1632.

Clarke, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1803. Born 1780, died 1865.Warden 1822, 23, 24, 25, 26.

Clarke, Humphrey. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1668.

Clarke, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 172a

Clarke, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1709.

Clarke, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1654.

Claston, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1646.

Claxton, Thomas. London. 1656. Warden 1666, 67, 68, 69. Master 1670.

Clay, Charles. London. 1716. Tried to obtain a patent for “a machine to answer the end of a

repeating watch or clock,” but was denied.

Clay, Samuel. London Clock-makers’ Company.    1871

Clay, William. London 1656-70.

Clay, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1687. There is a watch made by him in the

Clockmakers’ Museum.

Clayton, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1646-70.

Cleek, Daniel. Amsterdam.1715-

Cleeke, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1655.

Cleeve, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1654.

Clement, Edward. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1670.

Clement, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1677. Warden 1690, 91, 92.

Master 1694. Improved the mechanism of pendulum clocks by introducing the swing

wheel with anchor pallets. By this means the pendulums could be made longer,

heavier, and vibrated in a smaller arc.

Clements, Robert. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1686.

Clementson, Richard. 1745. Dunstable.

Clerke, George. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1786-1820. Aldersgate Street.

Clerke, George. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1810-40.  Aldersgate Street.

Clewes, James. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1670. “A Great Clockmaker.

Clifton, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1651.

Clifton, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1687.

Clifton.– Liverpool. Maker of a clock with brass dial and inscription, “On Time’s uncertain date eternity depends.”

Cliverdon, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1722.

Closson, Peter. London. 1630-55. Charter member 1630. Senior Warden 1636, 38,

  1. “Neare Holbourne Bridge.”

Clows, John. London. 1672. Warden 1713. Excused for poor health. Maker of

pair-case silver watch advertised as stolen in New Haven, Conn., 1816.

Cluer, Obadiah. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1709.

Cluter, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1709.

Clyatt, Abraham. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1680.

Clyatt, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.   1708.

Clyatt, Samuel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1671.

Clyatt, Samuel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1711.

Clyatt, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1709.

Clyer, Obed. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1709.

Cobb, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.   1703.

Cockburn, Adam. Haddington.1820. Went to Canada in 1843.

Cockford, Matthew. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1693.

Cogniet a Paris. 1680. Maker of a “pendule” watch

Cole, Daniel. London. Clock-makers’ Company.  1726.

Cole, James F. 1799-1880. Born in Scotland 1799, died London 1880. He was

superior clockmaker.

Cole, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1729-60.

Coleman, Frederick. Ipswich, England.  1720.

Coleman, John. London. Honorary Freeman 1781.

Coleman, Thomas. London. Clockmakers Company. 1813. Westmoreland Street,

Marylebone.

Colladon, Geneva. 1790.

Collet, Rouen.   1650.

Collier, Benjamin. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1693-1724. A famous maker

and contemporary of Quare.

Collier, David. London. 1760. Maker of eight-day long-case clock in oak case.

Collingridge, Edmund. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1810. Wilderness Row,

Goswell Street.

Collingwood, Samuel John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1787-96.

Long Alley, Moorfields.

Collins, Clement. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1705.

Collins, Jokn. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1701.

Collins, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1727.

Collinson, F.   London.   174050.

Collyer, Benjamin.  London.1693.

Colston, London.   1650.

Colston,  Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1682-1700.

Combes, John. London.1776. Made a freeman Clockmakers’ Company 1779.

Combret, Pierre. Lyons. 1610.

Comfort, William.  London.1647-70. Was an influential member of  Clockmakers’

Company.

Comley, Thomas. London. 1780-90.

Compart, Ebenezer. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1728.

Compton, Adam. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1716.

Conden, Robert.London. 1781.

Congreve, William. London.1808.

Conrad  &  Kreiger.  1690. Makers of octagonal watch,crystal case, opens both

Back and front.

Cony, John.  London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1641.

Conyers, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1716.

Cooke, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1775.

Cooke, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.  1712.

Cooke, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.  1662.

Cooke, John.   London. Clock-makers’ Company.1649.

Cooke, Joseph. London. Clockmakers ‘Company. 1715.

Cooke, Lewis. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1632. Charter member.

Cooke, Robert.London. Clockmakers’ Company. Admitted to Clockmakers’

Company 1667.

Cooke, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1699.

Cooke, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1681.

Cooke, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1708.

Coombs, Fisher. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1728.

Coombs, Joseph. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1720.

Coope, James. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1654.

Cooper, Hugh. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1653.

Cooper, Thomas F. London.1825-60.

Cope, Peter. London. Clock-makers’  Company. 1638.

Copeland, Alexander. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1810. Jewry Street, Aldgate.

Copley, Thomas.      London. 1631. Chosen Clerk of company for life.

Corbet, Robert. Glasgow. 1820-40. His name is seen on clocks in America.

Corbett, Hadley. 1780.

Corderoy, Philip. London. About 1760. Lacquer case miniature long-case clock, goes

twenty-eight days.

Cordon, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1729.

Cordrey, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1670.

Cordwell, Robert. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1646.

Corfuch, T.   Salop,  England.1755

Comber,-Lewes, England.   1750.

Cornish, Michael. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1661.

Cosboy, Robert. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1653-70.    Rood Lane.

Coster, Robert. London. Clockmakcrs’ Company. 1655.

Coster, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1660.

Cother, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1668.

Cotterel, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1721.

Cotterel, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1694.

Cotton, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1695.

Cotton, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.   1718.

Cottonbull, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1729.

Couche, Charles. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1727.

Coulin, Geneva.  1780.

Coulson, Robert. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1810-38. St. James’ Walk, Clerkenwell.

Coupson, Paris.  1760.

Coupson, M., Jr. Paris. 1764. Maker of a watch which required no winding up

but was set in motion by a push.

Court, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1822.  Fish Street Hill.

Courvoisier, F. A. Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. 1830-54

Courvoisier Bros. Geneva. 1804. Maker of silver case watch with enamel dial.

Courvoisier & Compe. Geneva. Ninteenth century. Repeaters, enamelled and jewelled.

Cowan, James. Edinburgh.1760-81. A pupil of Archibald Straiton,

Edinburgh ,and Julien Le Roy, Paris. One of the most famous Scottish makers.

Coward, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1681.

Cowderoy, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1826. Great Surrey Street.

Cowell, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1759.

Cowell, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1786. Cornhill.

Cowpe, Edward. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1687.

Cowper, Josias. London. 1628.

Cox, James. London. 1765-89. No. 103 Shoe Lane, Holborn. Maker of choice

articles for the East Indian market. An eminent watchmaker, jeweller, and

mechanician.

Cox, Thomas. London. Clock-makers’  Company.    1708.

Coxiter, John. London. 1661. Master 1661, 62. Was still active in 1677.

Coxiter, Nicholas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1648-78. Warden 1656, 57, 58,

  1. Master 1671, 77. A maker of excellent clocks, who lived near Goldsmiths’ Hall.

Coxiter, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1654.

Craggs, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1660.

Cranfield, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1706.

Cratzer, Nicholas. London. 1541. A Bavarian, and “deviser of the King’s

horologeries,” in the time of Henry VIII.

Craven, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1688.

Crawley, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1660.

Crayle, Richard. London. 1627-55.

Crayton, William. London. About 1760. Pair-case gold watch, with outer case

pierced and repousse.

Creak, William. London. 1740-60. Maker of superior bracket clocks.

Creed, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1668.

Creed, Thomas. London. Cloclcmakers’ Company. 1674.

Creede, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.   1727.

Creeke, Henry. London. 1654. He made clocks without being a member of the Clock-makers’ Company, but on submitting to the rules, and promising to give the house a new clock and larum and 20s.of money, suit by company was withdrawn.

Cripple, William. London. Clockmakers” Company. 1702.

Croak, Sampson. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1668.

Crocker, James.   London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1716.

Crockford, Matthew. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1693.

Croft, John.   London.   Clock-makers’ Company.   1665.

Cronier, – Paris.  1780.Maker of a clock with case having three Sevres placques inset; brought £756 at Christie’s, July, 1909. Maker of a double-virgule movement,

Crooke, Peter. London. Clock-makers’ Company.   1724.

Cross, James. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1776.

Cross, John B. London. 1820-50. Admitted Clockmakers’ Company 1822. Jewin Street.

Cross, Joseph. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1828. Fredegar Square, Bow Road.

Crouch, Edward. London. 1691. Warden 1716, 17, 18. Master 1719.

Crouch, George. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1668.

Crouch, Robert. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1722.

Croucher, Joseph. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1838. A sugar refiner who turned his

attention to chronometers. Admitted to ‘Clock-makers’ Company 1827, put on Livery 1828.

Croucher, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1828. Cornhill.

Crucifix, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1712.

Crucifix, Robert. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1689-1725

Crump, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1667.

Cruttenden, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1677.

Cue, William. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1691.

Cuff, James. London. Clock-makers’  Company.    1699.

Cuff, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1718.

Cufford, Francis. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1718.

Cumming, Alexander. London. 1732-1814. Born at Edinburgh about 1732. He went to London and settled there, having a shop in Leadenhall Street. He died at Pentonville in 1814. He wrote a book on clockwork, published 1766. He made a clock with a barometer attached for George III. He was allowed £200 a year to take care of it. Made Honorary Freeman of Clock-makers’ Company 1781.

Cunningham, ——. Dublin. 1760.

Cuper, Josias.   London.   1632

Cupilliard, Morteau. 17S0. Maker of small silver enamelled watch.

Curson, George. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1756.

Curteen, William. London. Admitted  Freeman  1766.

Curtis, John. London. Clock’ makers’ Company.    1671.

Curtis, John. London. About 1750. Maker of an eighteenth-century gold watch with double case, engraved and enamelled. In the collection of Robert Hoe, New York.(1911)

Cusin, Charles. Autun, France. 1587. Of Autun in Burgundy, settled in Geneva, as a maker of watches which of the making of watches in Switzerland.

Cuthbert, Amariah.    London .Clockmakers’ Company. 1694.

Cutting, Christopher. London. Clockmakers’ Company.  1694.

Cuy, Nicholas.  Paris.   Maker of a round silver-gilt watch