- Also known as
Grignion & Son
primary name: Grignion & Son
other name: Grignion, Daniel
other name: Grignion, Thomas
- individual; clockmaker/watchmaker; Male
- Other dates
- 1720-1825 (active)
- at the Kings Arms & Dial, Great Russell Street, Covent Garden, London.
- Clock and watch makers. Partnership of Daniel and Thomas Grignion, father and son. The business was contiuned by Thomas Grignion junior (q.v.), son of Thomas. Four bills and two trade cards in Heal Collection. Heal,39.47 advertises "Thomas Grignon [sic], Great Russell Street, Covent Garden, No. 7." Heal,39.46 advertises "Daniel & Thomas Grignion, Watch-Maker, Finisher to ye late Mr. Daniel Quare...Makes all sorts of Watches & Clocks after ye best manner. He also sells all sorts of Curious Toys.." Heal,39.45 is a bill for a "Horizontal Gold Watch" dated in pen and ink "April 23:1757" and signed "Tho. Grignion." Heal,39.44 is a bill "For mending a Repn. Grignion No.1241. broke by a fall." dated in pen and ink "March. 15. 1757" and signed "Tho. Grignion." Heal,39.43 is a bill stating "Rec'd April 6:1756 Of Edward Turnour Esq. the contents of this bill and all demands for father & self Tho: Grignion." Heal,39.42 is a bill signed "August 3.1759 Rec'd the contents in full of all Demands, Tho: Grignion."
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