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... See main article Boston Early Clock Industry (Willard Brothers) At Boston, the two Willard brothers' chief enterprises—Simon's and Aaron's—were of the ... Both brothers had successful uncompromising policies in commerce, although they were permanently pledged into improving the design of their clocks too ... Nonetheless, the Willard brothers' clocks weren't affordable yet for most common people ...
... See also Willard Brothers Simon Willard was of the fifth Willard generation in America ... The original Willard family had arrived in 1634 from Kent (England), and they were among the founders of Concord, Massachusetts ... Simon Willard's parents were Benjamin Willard and Sarah Brooks, who were Grafton natives ...
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