- Born: 14 Jun 1803, Rocky Hill CT
- Marriage (1): Hannah Robinson in 1828
- Died: 11 Feb 1871, New York City NY
Pewtersmith and silverplater
Events in his life were:
- He worked in Mar 1825-Jan 1828 as a pewtersmith in New York City NY sent, at the death of Timothy Boardman, to serve as local manager of Boardman & Co. 11
- Alternate Mark for BOARDMAN & HART.
- Mug, Abt 1828
Winterthur Library 31
h: 3 3/8"
d: 2 7/8"
Engraved "Delia Maria Hussey / May 1, 1828 / A Mother's Gift." Made by BOARDMAN & HART.
- Advertised in Jun 1828 (New York City NY), "Coffee Urns, Boardman & Hart, 178 Water St., manufacture and keep on hand a good supply of Britannia Tea and Coffee Urns suitable for steamboats, hotels, and boarding houses; also Tea and Coffee Pots, etc. etc., together with a general assortment of articles of Britannia, Block Tin and Pewter Ware, wholesale and retail."
- Beaker by BOARDMAN & HART, Abt 1830
h: 5 3/16"
- Advertised in the New York Commercial Advertiser (New York City NY), 2 May 1831, announcing that "Boardman & Hart have removed their manufactory of Britannia, Block Tin & Pewter Ware to No. 6 Burlingslip between Pearl & Water Sts. Near their former stand."
- He worked in 1847-1871 as a pewtersmith in New York City NY as LUCIUS HART & COMPANY. After Hart's death, the firm was continued by Charles E. Huntington and Lucius Hart, Jr. The name was changed to LUCIUS HART MANUFACTURING Co. 11
- Advertised in the New York Commercial Advertiser (New York City NY), 1 Feb 1847, announcing: "Dissolution-The co-partnership hither to existing between the subscribers under the firm of Boardman & Hart is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business of the late firm will be settled and all claims paid by Lucius Hart. Thomas D. Boardman • Sherman Boardman • Lucius Hart. The undersigned having purchased the entire stock of the late firm Boardman & Hart will continue the business as manufactory & importer of Britannia Ware & Dealer in metals at the old stand.- Lucius Hart."
- He appeared on the 1850 census taken at New York City NY, listed as a store keeper.
- He appeared on the 1860 census taken at New York City NY, listed as a silverplater.
- Receipt, 1 Aug 1865
- Caster frame, Abt 1870
h: 10 1/4"
- He appeared on the 1870 census taken at New York City NY, listed as a (?) britannia manufacturer.
Lucius married Hannah Robinson in 1828. (Hannah Robinson was born in 1807 in New Brunswick NJ and died on 2 Aug 1871 in New York City NY.)