My Present Past
A genealogical experience
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Hamilton Watches
1920 Hamilton Watch Time Record Page 42-43
1920 Hamilton Watch Time Record Page 44-45
1920 Hamilton Watch Time Record Page 46-47
1920 Hamilton Watch Time Record Page 48
1920 Hamilton Watch Time Record Back Cover
1920 Hamilton Watch Time Record Page 40-41
1920 Hamilton Watch Time Record Page 38-39
1920 Hamilton Watch Time Record Page 16-17
1920 Hamilton Watch Time Record Page 18-19
The seventeen original subscribers to the Hamilton Company's stock were: J. W. B. Bausman, John F. Brimmer,
Harry B. Cochran, Frank P. Coho, C. A. Fondersmith, George M. Franklin, John C. Hager, J. P. McCaskey, H. M.
North, Martin Ringwalt, J. Frederick Sener, William Z. Sener, James Shand, Peter T. Watt, H. S. Williamson,
Charles D. Rood and Henry J. Cain. They met October 18, 1892 and elected five members as Directors and
J. W. B. Bausman, President.
The first watch made by the Hamilton Watch
Company in 1893 was kept by the company. The
second watch was purchased and used by
John Clark of the Erie Railroad at Rochester, New
York. This watch was used for forty one years during
his advancement through the company up to engineer.
It was located and bought by the company in 1934
and is now located with its original #1 brother.
My Old Hamilton
Above:
Hamilton Watch pouch from Charles Ervin, my great
grand uncle. He was employed by the Illinois Central
Railroad in 1907 and then the Atchison Topeka & Santa
Fe Railroad in Argentine, Kansas from 1909 to 1963
Background:
1913 Hamilton Watch Time Record Book