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Nathan Call (top tier candidate)

  • (1792 Boscawen NH - 1859 Concord NH)

  • 1816, 1819, 1821 deeds,  joiner

  • apprentice and journeyman in Hopkinton, NH

N Call


1st Tier

Nathan Call

b 1792 Boscawen, NH - d 1859 Concord, NH

wife Susan, parents Moses II and Sarah Boynton


Moved to Hopkinton, NH as a youth and apprenticed there to a house carpenter. He continued in Hopkinton several years as a journeyman.


Concord deeds from 1816, 3 ea 1819 and 1821, joiner


1820/21 school building with Nathan Call the contractor.  (History of Concord)


1828 Nathan moved a two story house 4 miles. (History of Concord)


1838/9 Nathan was the master builder of a Concord free bridge.






















2nd Tier

Nathaniel Call

b 1745 Charlestown – d 1827 Boston. Son of Richard and Mary.

RW artificers. (too early for the planes)


Housewright, list of the Associated Mechanics of the Town of Boston, 1795. (Paul Revere headed the list)


“64 Beacon. Harrison Gray Otis … sold the land in 1806 to Nathaniel Call, housewright, and Call sold the parcel in 1810 to developer Uriah Cotting …” Beacon Street, Its Buildings and Residents


The Brattle Square Church in Boston had its cornerstone laid on June 23,1773 by architect Thomas Dawes ... one             “quarter of the carpenter’s work … was done by John Stetson and Nathaniel Call” Thomas Dawes’s Church in Brattle Square


Nathaniel’s extensive inventory and real estate from 1827 was valued a $40k+. His “1 chest of tools” was appraised at $2.50


other NH N Call’s

1800 census Nathaniel, Amherst, Hillsborough, NH, 26/44


Nathaniel Call b. 1764 Salisbury NH; m. 11 Dec 1783 – Sanbornton, Belknap, New Hampshire to Sarah Chapman.

New Hampshire continental line, pvt. Applied for pension on March 4, 1831.


Beech, 9 7/16” long, DK iron (GAWP V5 records that 16 planes are known with irons typically marked DK and that N Call worked in or around Hopkinton, NH.)




























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