Floyd, Benjamin (Portsmouth, NH)

Benjamin Floyd


Broad Street


New Hampshire 1.

  1. (1803) "As he has just commenced Business"... "Benjamin Floyd, Respectfully
    informs his friends and the public in general, that he has removed to the
    Store lately occupied by Capt. Larkin in Broad street, where he intends
    carrying on the Bookbinding Business." Portsmouth Oracle, Portsmouth New
    Hampshire, November, 19, 1803

  2. (1804) Has for sale at his Bookbinding shop, in Broad-street -11 dozen very
    nice American Sheep Skins" New Hampshire Gazette, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
    February, 21, 1804.

  3. (1804)  Benjamin Floyd...has removed from Broad street, to the Chamber over
    Mr, N. B. Folsom's Store in Rockingham-Row Fronting The Parade , Congress
    Street.Portsmouth Oracle, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, October 6, 1804.

  4. (1805) "Benjamin Floyd informs the public , that he has formed a connection
    in the Book-Binding business which in future will be carried on under the firm
    of Floyd & Hart".... Benjamin Floyd and William Hart. New Hampshire Gazette,
    Portsmouth, New Hampshire. August 6, 1805.

  5. (1806) " In Portsmouth, Mr Benjamin Floyd, Bookbinder, to Miss Elizabeth
    Hickey." marriage announcement in a MA. newspaper of a marriage in NH.
    Merrimack Magazine April, 5 1804.

  6. (1806) "Benjamin Floyd  Respectfully inform his Friends and the public in
    general that he still carries on the Book-Binding Business in its various
    branches at his Bindery over Mr Natham B. Folsom's Congress street."
    Portsmouth Oracle, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, June 7, 1806

  7. ( 1807) Brick Buildings in Congress street. "Has removed from the brick
    buildings in Congress street, to a  store in Market-street next door north of
    Messrs. H. & B. Penhallow's store" New Hampshire Gazette, Portsmouth, April,

  8. 1807

  9. (1807) Market street, Floyd & Wentworth  (Joshua Wentworth) "and has
    entered into Co-partnership with Joshua Wentworth jr. under the firm of Floyd
    & Wentworth"  ibid.

  10. (1807) Benjamin is selling off his stock of books  in order to concentrate
    on bookbinding: Portsmouth Oracle, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, December 19,

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