- Born: 16 Dec 1767, Charleston SC
- Marriage: Elizabeth Freer on 4 Jun 1792 in Charleston SC
- Died: 1807, Charleston SC
Silversmith and jeweler
Events in his life were:
- He worked from circa 1785 to 1797 as a silversmith and jeweler in Charleston SC
- Advertised in the Charleston City Gazette and Advertiser (Charleston SC), 23 Jan 1793,
"Atmar, Ralph, Jun. No. 256 King-street, Three doors from Queen-street, Intends carrying on the business of the Gold Smith, Jeweller, Silver Smith and Hair Worker ; he will be thankful for the favors of his friends and the public in any of the above branches; he hopes his attention, punctuality, neatness and dispatch, will merit the favors of a liberal public.
N. B. An apprentice of a good family and morals is wanted, who will be taken on easy terms."
- He was a partner from 1797 to 1799 with James Monk in Charleston SC as ATMAR & MONK.
- Advertised in the Charleston City Gazette and Advertise (Charleston SC), 12 Feb 1798,
"ATMAR & MINK, No. 80, Meeting Street, nearly opposite Mr. Wightmans have for sale, A Very handsome assortment of Jewellery and a variety of Articles in their line, which they will sell low for Cash or good notes. They continue to carry on the Goldsmiths, Jewellers, Hair Workers, and Engravers business with neatness and punctuality."
- He worked from circa 1800 to 1805 as a silversmith and jeweler in Charleston SC
Ralph married Elizabeth Freer on 4 Jun 1792 in Charleston SC. (Elizabeth Freer was born on 27 Apr 1773 in Charleston SC and died in 1812 in Charleston SC.)