GAYLOR Charles William

Name Charles William GAYLOR
Country Of Origin Australia
Born 1836
Died 1884
Birth/ Baptism Born 5 April 1836, registered New Norfolk.
Bapt. 9 June 1836, registered New Norfolk.
Parents Charles Alfred and Phillis Gaylor (formerly Blyth)
Apprenticeship unknown
Skills Watchmaker, Jeweller, Goldsmith, Silversmith
Work Locations Hobart
Street Address
Liverpool Street, Hobart
64 Elizabeth Street, Hobart
Marriage/Spouse 17 March 1864, St David’s Cathedral, Hobart, to Sarah Anne Dove
Other 1860: Designed and manufactured military ornaments for officers of the Volunteer Corps.

July 1866: Advertised at 64 Elizabeth Street, Hobart.
September 1867: Relocated business to Liverpool Street, the former shop of William Cole.

December 1867: Designed and manufactured a solid silver trowel for His Royal Highness, Prince Alfred, to lay the foundation stone at the Cathedral Church of St David’s, Hobart.

August 1870: Manufactured and presented a silver trowel to the congregation of the Memorial Church, Hobart, for the foundation stone laying ceremony.

Approx. August 1871: Charles and his younger brother Albert mutually dissolved their business partnership. The brothers possibly agreed that Charles would not commence business again in Hobart; he continued in the same street.

1870s: Business, Liverpool Street, Hobart.
1877: Advertised a sale of his whole stock in preparation to close business and requested all accounts to be paid before 12 June.

Relocated to Victoria.

Death 22 April 1884, South Melbourne, Victoria
Death notice: ‘Late of H.M. Customs, Victoria.’
TAHO: RGD32/1/2 no8088 Birth/Baptism 1836 [William Charles Gaylor], RGD37/1/23 no154 Marriage 1864.
Tasmanian Punch 21 July 1866, The Mercury (Hobart) 14 September 1867, 14 September 1871, 24 May 1877; Tasmanian Tribune 24 October 1874; Argus 23 April 1884.