Cooking Fork

From Henry Whitfield State Museum

Date manufactured/created
18th century
This cooking fork was made in Guilford in the 1700s. It belonged to the family of Ebenezer Fowler, III (1747-1833), then his son Ammi Fowler (1799-1886) and his wife Eunice Russell Fowler (1790-1874). They lived on West Lane in North Guilford.
21.88 in L
Measurement Notes: Tines - 2.5 in L, 1.75 in apart; Oval at end of handle - 5/8 in x 2.5 in
Measurement Types: Item (Overall)
Credit Line
Donated by Henry H. Griswold of North Guilford in 1904
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