The maker, Thomas Tompion, became clockmaker to King Charles II.
At 10.45 a.m. the workhouse clock stopped, a local clockmaker Mr. Andrew climbed the tower to repair it.
The late Sidney Horstmann OBE, who was the son of a german clockmaker, originally formed the company in 1913.
quarterage books of the Clockmaker's Company.
Naundorff, or Naundorff, who had arrived from nowhere in Berlin in 1810, with papers giving the name Karl Wilhelm Naundorff, in order to escape the persecutions of which he declared himself the object, settled at Spandau in 1812 as a clockmaker, and married in 1818 Johanna Einert.
His Inimitable Clockmaker (1837), As Well As The Later Books, The Old Judge (1849), The AttachÃ© (1843), Wise Saws And Modern Instances (1853) And Nature And Human Nature (1855), Are Mirrors Of Colonial Life And Character.
These sketches, which abounded in clever picturings of national and individual character, drawn with great satirical humour, were collected in 1837, and published under the title of The Clockmaker, or Sayings and Doings of Samuel Slick of Slickville.
Green 's addresses for the next seventeen years are recorded in the quarterage books of the Clockmaker 's Company.
George Graham was an English clockmaker born in 1673 and is best known as the "father of the chronograph" for his fine timepiece craftsmanship.
He was commissioned by the Greenwich Royal Observatory to build the Master Clock used in astronomy and went on to become the first clockmaker of the 18th century admitted into the Royal Society.
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