South Street, Finsbury (and 5 King Street Finsbury?)
Sister Louisa Harver (Harry?)
Son and partner John Napthali Hart, daughters Elizabeth Tobias (widow) Harrietta wife of Samuel Isaac Tobias of New York) Louisa Lyon (wife of James Walter Lyon of Edinburgh) and Harrietta (spinster).
Eliza Hart daughter of son John and grandson Frederick Hart Tobias son of Elizabeth Tobias.
John Napthali Hart, Marcus Joseph and John Samuel.
Marcus Joseph and John Samuel
F.J. Jaggers of 23 Hampton Street, Walworth, S. Slater, H.J. Taylor of 13 Great Carter Street, Doctors Commons, Edward Henry, Elias Lindo and Louisa Lyon.
Old Bailey (t17980110-48). He was a silversmith and had his first mark registered in 1791 when in partnership with Duncan Urquhart. His first solo mark was registered in on 10th April 1812 as a plate-worker. Urquhart was probably also Jewish. Naphtali served as treasurer of the Hambro Synagogue in 1807 and 1808 and was a member of the Western Synagogue (See Grimwade) Between 1817 and 1825 he worked in partnership with H. Harvey, watch manufacturers and silversmiths (partnership dissolved in 1825 Gazette 18098). In 1828 he was worked with his son John Napthali Hart. Marriage of daughter Louisa HSM 125