- Marking Samplers
- HANNAH T. CHILD, Chatham (East Hampton) Middlesex, CT, 1824 - A. Hulbert Instructress
HANNAH T. CHILD, Chatham (East Hampton) Middlesex, CT, 1824 - A. Hulbert Instructress
Hannah T. Child 's silk on linen sampler worked in 4 thread colors in outline and cross stitch.
Hannah T. Child 's samp / ler marked in the school / Middle Haddam Aug / ust 1824 A. Hulbert Instructress
Hannah Tryon Child
Birth: 14 Jun 1813, Chatham (East Hampton) Middlesex, CT
Father: Bulkley Johnson Child (5 Aug 1788 - )
Mother: Sally Tracy(18 May 1792-10 Jan 1854)m. 31 Aug 1811
Spouse: George W. Harris (8 Nov 1813 - 29 Sep 1887)
Marriage: 1 Jun 1832
Death: 13 May 1840
Burial: Indian Hill Cemetery, Middletown, Middlesex, CT
Memorial ID#: 47325161
***Chatham CT was officially named East Hampton in the year 1915
Birth: 20 Aug 1806, Colrain, MA
Father: James Hulbert (1767-1854)
Mother: Waty Wilbour
Sarah "Sally" Maria Hull's sampler, worked in 1827, from Haddam, CT, includes "Miss A. Hulbert Instruct's," in the inscription. It was acquired by the Connecticut Historical Society from Skinners in 2007. This is the only other known example with the teachers name, A. Hulbert. Sarah was born and raised in Haddam, CT, where her parents were active members of the First Congregational Church.
Frame: 9.75" x 12" x 1"
New England Samplers to 1840 – Old Sturbridge Village, by Glee Krueger 1978, p.141,
Kathy Schoemer (New Canaan, CT)
No stitch loss. Small mild stains and pin rust. Conservation prepared by Glee. Mounted on cotton ground case over archival board. Birdseye maple frame by Ralph.