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Ingham (son of William) and the Henry Cheney Hammer Company was incorporated with a capital stock of ,000 divided into 200 shares of 0 each. On April 13th at a.m., Henry’s widow, Lucretia died of an apoplectic stroke at age 72. His April 1927 obituary says that he moved to Connecticut about 34 years earlier, which would put it right around this time. In November the company gave notice that it had reduced its capital stock from ,000 to $l0,000, and its debts were ,000. On January 3rd the court approved the sale of the late George D. In fact, he retained his position as Vice President at the Gilbert Knitting factory and put his step-son, Titus Sheard Hose in charge of the company. The annual stockholders meeting was held on January 8th at pm in the office of the corporation on Mill Street. 77, family 612, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 552575. "United States Census, 1880," Alanson Cheney, Fly Creek, Otsego, New York, United States; citing sheet 383A, family 0, NARA microfilm publication T9-0916.
In March the company produced a fourteen pound claw hammer, which was displayed in the show window of the local hardware company, Shepherd, Skinner & Co., before being sent to one of the company’s agents in Australia for exhibition. Waterman’s interest in the company to David Jenkins Williams giving him controlling interest and making him its president. Williams was very good friends with and a business associate of J. "New York, State Census, 1875," Alanson Cheney in household of Alanson Cheney, E. "United States Census, 1870," Jacob Moll in household of Jacob Moll, New York, United States; citing p.
Cheney Hammer Co.”, “Henry Cheney Hammer Corporation”, “Henry Cheney Hammer Corp.”, “H. The company operated, under at least five distinct ownerships, at the same location, along the banks of the Mohawk river, on West Mill Street, in Little Falls, New York, for just over a century — from the Spring of 1854 until July 2, 1954. Elmer S Mulford (39) was living in Little Falls with his wife, Mary R Mulford (32) and sons Edwin H Mulford (13), John E Mulford (8), William R Mulford (6), daughter, Katharine S Mulford (3), and servant, Susie Adasek (21). She worked for the Mulfords before she got married.
Several sources refer to Henry making hammers in Fly Creek, New York before 1854, but none provide a firm date. On November 21st the company celebrated its 100th anniversary. Also noted in the 1940 census, Frank's son, Cyril (24), was working as a Shipping Clerk for the company.
Henry’s occupation was “Hammer Manufacturer”, Sheldon’s was bookkeeper. Jacob Moll, whose cabinet making business burned down in September, would resume business in the old Furnace building, which had been purchased for him by Henry Cheney, his father-in-law. On November 3rd the company learned that they had won “first premium” for their display of cast steel hammers at the Jubilee Exhibition in Adelaide, Australia. "United States Census, 1850," Vine W Cheney in household of Horace Vanslyck, Otsego, Otsego, New York, United States; citing dwelling 461, family 484, NARA microfilm publication M432, roll 579.
Also according to the New York State Census, Henry’s son Charles Henry Cheney was 25 years old and living in Otsego Town, Otsego County, New York with his wife, Ella C. (76) and Sarah (75) Garlick, and his aunt Lucy Garlick (50). In January, with the success of his axe and hammer factories on Mill Street, Henry took over the furniture factory at the corner of Main Street and Furnace Street — giving him three concurrent manufacturing concerns in Little Falls. The display case was built by local cabinet maker John M. On March 20th, Titus Sheard Hose was born in Little Falls, NY. Sheard (circa 1865 - 1929) and Wallace Hose (circa 1857 - 1896). "New York, State Census, 1855," Vine W Cheney, 1855.
This is where, at a later, unknown date, Henry Cheney and Silas W. According to reports during Elmer Mulford’s management of the company (1925-1954), this is when Henry, working as a village blacksmith, developed a method of tempering steel for hammers, which was still being used over ninety years later. Le Row moved their hammer manufacturing operation from Fly Creek to the former fulling and carding mill of William Ingham ( - ) in Little Falls. This seems to confirm production of edge tools after Henry's death — at least during the 1917-1925 period. Elmer Mulford moved to Little Falls and became the Secretary and Treasurer of the Cheney Hammer division. They are both descendants of Benjamin Cheney ( or 1675 - ) and Mary Harbert (1681 - ) who were married on November 14, 1706 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts. 32, family 289, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 552441.
Additionally, Silas’ daughter, Ella, was born November 29, 1854 in Little Falls. In November, in order to protect the village against the threat of incendiarism (a.k.a. Henry Cheney was appointed chief of the 3rd district, which included Western Avenue, Furnace, and Elizabeth Streets. Descendants of William Cheney Henry Cheney on Roots Web Henry Cheney on Wiki Tree Find A Grave Memorial# 43201478 [Orestes Badger] by Lynnsdaughter Find A Grave Memorial #79643477 [Silas W. Find A Grave Memorial #58796777 [Henry Cheney] by Laura Plummer Ranville , maintained by Susan Chestney Find A Grave Memorial #58796790 [Lucretia Cheney] by Laura Plummer Ranville , maintained by Susan Chestney Find A Grave Memorial #95645211 [Jennie Newall] by Marilynn Leon Santspree Find A Grave Memorial #40342396 [Shelden Frederick Jones] by Addie Find A Grave Memorial #40342422 [Eunice Marie Jones] by Addie , maintained by Susan Chestney Photograph of Henry’s daughter, Eunice, and her family — including Henry’s grandson Henry Cheney Jones.
He was survived by: his wife Lucretia ( - ), his daughter Sarah Moll ( - ), his granddaughter Lena Moll (1865 - ), his daughter Eunice Jones ( - ), his grandson Henry Cheney Jones ( - 1951), his son Charles ( - ), his grandson William (1876 - 1895), his son Robert ( - ), his granddaughter Mabel (1874 - ), his grandson George ( - ), his daughter Jennie Newell ( - ), his brother Vine Welch Cheney ( - ), his brother Alanson Cheney ( - 1902), his sister, Phebe Paulina Cook (1829- 1887), his nephew, Francis Anson Cook (1852 - 1917), his nephew, Ceylon D. Cook Shepard (1863 - 1941), and his nephew, Alfred D. The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company of Wisconsin paid Lucretia ,000 upon the death of her husband — a fact proudly advertised by their insurance agent, Eugene Walrath whose office was in the Wheeler Block. Titus will grow up to manage the Henry Cheney Hammer Company, under his step-father’s ownership, from 1917 to 1925. Waterman held controlling interest in the company — explaining the “G. This catalog appears to claim that the company was founded in 1845. The annual stockholders meeting was held on January 14th at pm in the office of the corporation on Mill Street. "United States Census, 1870," Vine Cheney in household of Vine Cheney, New York, United States; citing p. Cheney, Fly Creek, Otsego, New York, United States; citing sheet 381A, family 0, NARA microfilm publication T9-0916.
Cook (1853 - 1950), his nephew, Henry Alva Cook (1855 - 1938), his neice, Helen P. On September 11, the furniture factory was sold at public auction for ,580. The building was sold to Jerry Mitchell and became known at the Mitchell Building. Elmer Sidway Mulford was born on November 8th in New York City. Mulford ( - ) was Secretary, Treasurer and Director of the Prentiss Vise Company. Mulford ( - ) was the President and Director of the Prentiss Vise Company. In September the company was preparing to rebuild the larger portion of its plant on the south side of Mill street with brick, first removing the old wooden building on the corner and rebuilding that, then taking the next building east, which was considerably larger, and replacing that with brick. a fire broke out destroying half of the Cheney Hammer factory. 23, family 212, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 552575. "United States Census, 1850," Alanson Cheney in household of Alanson Cheney, Otsego, Otsego, New York, United States; citing dwelling 499, family 529, NARA microfilm publication M432, roll 579.
"New York, State Census, 1875," Jacob Moll in household of Jacob Moll, E. 1, Little Falls, Herkimer, New York, United States.
"United States Census, 1920," Jacob Moll, , Herkimer, New York; citing enumeration district (ED) , sheet 18B, family 335, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1821115.