Roulstone, John (Boston, MA)
(1789-1818) Clockmaker or watchmaker and bookbinder Journal of early Southern
Decorative Arts, volume 26, 1975.
from: Early American Bookbindings, from the collection of Michael
Papantonio, The Pierpont Morgan Library , New York 1972
(1802) admitted to the Association: Joseph T. Buckingham, Annals of The
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, 1853,pg.79.
(1803) Congress Street. Boston City Directory
(1804)" John Roulstone- Book-Binder, Respectfully informs his Friends and the
Public, that he has removed from Congress street, to a room over the post
Office and the Palladium- office entrance in half Court Square,where he
continues to carry on the book-Binding Business"... New England Palladium,
Boston Massachusetts, May, 17, 1805.
- (1805,06, 07) Half Court Square. Cotton, The Boston Directory, pg. 107.
5. (1810) 10 State street. Boston City Directory. (same address in '13, '16)
(1818) 11 State street Boston City Directory (same address in '20 '21 )
(1822) 10 State street. Boston City Directory. (same address in '23 )
8. (1825 ) " 76" (??) , house 383 Washington. Boston City Directory. (not
listed in '26. )
- (1826) The administrator of the estate of John Roulstone requests persons
to settle with the estate. Boston Commercial Gazette, Feb. 23, 1826. Aged 48.
New Hampshire Patriot, Jan. 23, 1826.