Our Church is fortunate to have a Seth Thomas Clock on our steeple.
Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott, Connecticut in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory (together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and in December 1813 bought out Heman Clark’s clockmaking business in Plymouth Hollow.
Fine craftsmanship is a mark of Seth Thomas Clocks. They have been making a mark for centuries. This company is the oldest company making the most wonderful craftsmanship around. Their pieces are stunning and are truly breathtaking in their design.
Here are some new and very special photos of the Seth Thomas Clock located in the Church steeple. Many thanks to Jim Gillespie for snapping these superb photos and for providing them for everyone’s enjoyment!
If you have any historical information regarding this clock, please contact us so we can add that info to this page.