urkey at Constantinople in the year 1830 and to Thomas Hankey Esq^re by the Daughter of Sir Frederick and by him to Charles Alexander Esq^re 9th March, 1873.
The only information that has been obtained about Hankey is that he held an official position as Chief Secretary of Malta for the British Government.
In 1838 the Whig Young Men of New York City presented to Robert Charles Wetmore a pair of large, ornate, silver pitchers inscribed:
To Robert Charles Wetmore their late Chairman from the General Committee of Whig Young Men of the City of New York a Memorial of political fellowship, a token of personal esteem and a tribute of patriotic service 1838.
The bases of the pitchers are engraved:
Presented to Chas Fredk Wetmore by his father, January 1st, 1840.
These pitchers were made by Geradus Boyce, a New York silversmith who worked in the first half of the 19th century.
FOR SERVICE IN THE MEXICAN, CIVIL, AND INDIAN WARS
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