Asa Sibley of Sutton, Massachusetts, Woodstock, Connecticut, Walpole, New Hampshire and Rochester, New York.

Asa Sibley, Clockmaker and Silversmith was born in Sutton, Massachusetts on March 29,1764 and died on Feb 29, 1829. His parents were Col. Timothy Sibley and Anne Waite. Together, they had 15 children. Asa is thought to have trained with his older brother Timothy Jr who was born in 1754. Timothy Jr., is thought to have trained in the art of clockmaking with the Willards in Grafton. Asa moved to Woodstock, CT around 1785 and associated himself with Peregrine White (1747-1834) who also worked as a silversmith and as a clockmaker in that town. He was active from 1774 to 1810. Asa married Irene Carpenter (b. 31 Jul 1766 Woodstock, CT. Died 5 Oct 1846 in Rochester, NY). She was the daughter of the Norwich, Connecticut clockmaker Joseph Carpenter. Asa then returned to Sutton from Woodstock for several years. After 1797, he moved his family to Walpole, New Hampshire. In 1808, they moved again to Rochester, New York where he died in 1829.

Two examples can be publicly viewed. One in the Sturbridge Village Collection. A second example is in the Mount Holyoke College of Art collection.