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Babbitt, Charlescir 1824Providence, Providence, RISturgis Davisas DAVIS & BABBITT with a shop at 47+ Cheapside Street.
Babbitt, Elnathan Gates1882/1884Greensboro, Orleans, VTLewis Floridon Babbittas E. G. & L. F. BABBITT.
Babbitt, IsaacMay 1824/Feb 28, 1829Taunton, Bristol, MAWilliam Crossmanas BABBITT, CROSSMAN & Co.
Babbitt, Lewis Floridon1882/1884Greensboro, Orleans, VTElnathan Gates Babbittas E. G. & L. F. BABBITT.
Bacall, Thomascir 1850/1875Boston, Suffolk, MAEdward Pearas PEAR & BACALL, listed in city directories at 7 Avery Street.
Backus, Delucena1792/1793New York City, New York, NYSamuel Cadyas CADY & BACKUS.
Bacon, Henry McCobb1874/1875Lowell, Middlesex, MAAmos Sanborn and Horace Baldwin Baconas A. SANBORN & Co.
Bacon, Henry McCobb1875/1880Lowell, Middlesex, MAHorace Baldwin Baconas H. B. & H. M. BACON. The firm was later known as BACON BROTHERS.
Bacon, Horace Baldwin1866/1874Lowell, Middlesex, MAAmos Sanbornas A. SANBORN & Co.
Bacon, Horace Baldwin1874/1875Lowell, Middlesex, MAAmos Sanborn and Henry McCobb Baconas A. SANBORN & Co.
Bacon, Horace Baldwin1875/1880Lowell, Middlesex, MAHenry McCobb Baconas H. B. & H. M. BACON. The firm was later known as BACON BROTHERS.
Bacon, Joseph Turpin1850/1851Wrentham, Bristol, MAJosiah Draper and John Tifftas DRAPER, TIFFT & BACON.
Bacon, Joseph Turpin1851/1860Wrentham, Bristol, MAFrancis Samuel Draper, Frank L. Tifft, and James Danielson Lincolnas DRAPER, TIFFT & Co.
Bacon, Joseph Turpin1860/1882Plainville, Bristol, MAFrank L. Tifft and James Danielson Lincolnas LINCOLN, TIFFT & BACON.
Bacon, Joseph Turpincir 1844/1847Wrentham, Bristol, MAJohn Harland Hodges and ? Masonas BACON, HODGES & MASON, having taken over the old factory of used at various times by George Washington Shepardson and Hervey Richards.
Bacon, Joseph Turpincir 1848/1850Wrentham, Bristol, MAJohn Harland Hodgesas BACON & HODGES.
Bacon, Morris W.1855/1872New London, New London, CT? Gordonas GORDON & BACON, with a shop at the corner of Main and State Streets.
Bacon, Silas Dexter1845/1857Boston, Suffolk, MAEdwin Smithas BACON & SMITH, listed in the 1855 Boston city directory at 6 Elm Street.
Badger, Amasa Masoncir 1835Elmira, Chemung, NYSocrates Ayersas AYERS & BADGER.
Badger, Amasa Masoncir 1837Elmira, Chemung, NYJ. H. Lillieas BADGER & LILLIE
Badger, James Monroe1860/1865New York City, New York, NYSeymour Hoyt and Joseph J. Dillonas HOYT, BADGER, & DILLON.
Bailey, Bradbury Melon1868/1872Rutland, Rutland, VTWilbur Fisk Parkeras BAILEY & PARKER
Bailey, Bradbury Melon1871/1875Rutland, Rutland, VTChester Parmenteras BAILEY & PARMENTER. Parmenter was his former journeyman.
Bailey, Charles1837/1839Claremont, Sullivan, NHEbenezer Eaton, Samuel Chase, and Roswell Hopkins Baileyas E. E. BAILEY & Co.
Bailey, Ebenezer Eaton1825/1862Claremont, Sullivan, NHSamuel Chase Baileyas E. E. & S. C. BAILEY.
Bailey, Ebenezer Eaton1837/1839Claremont, Sullivan, NHSamuel Chase, Roswell Hopkins, and Charles Baileyas E. E. BAILEY & Co.
Bailey, Eli Westcott1848/1878Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAJoseph Trowbridge Bailey, Jeremiah Robbins, and James Gallagheras BAILEY & Co at 136 Chestnut until 1859 when a new shop was opened at 819 Chestnut.
Bailey, Horace Clarkcir 1850Madison, Madison, NYJames D. and Robert W. Laneas LANE, BAILEY, & Co.
Bailey, Joseph Trowbridge1832/1848Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAAndrew B. Kitchenas BAILEY & KITCHEN with a shop at 136 Chestnut Street. Kitchen died in 1840, but the company name was retained until 1848.
Bailey, Joseph Trowbridge1878Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAGeorge Banks and Samuel Biddleas BAILEY, BANKS & BIDDLE.
Bailey, LebbeusJan 2, 1816/Oct 22, 1816North Yarmouth, Cumberland, MELebbeus Baileyas LEBBEUS BAILEY & SON.
Bailey, LebbeusJan 2, 1816/Oct 22, 1816North Yarmouth, Cumberland, MELebbeus Baileyas LEBBEUS BAILEY & SON.
Bailey, Roswell Hopkins1837/1839Claremont, Sullivan, NHCharles, Ebenezer Eaton and Samuel Chase Baileyas E. E. BAILEY & Co.
Bailey, Samuel Chase1825/1862Claremont, Sullivan, NHEbenezer Eaton Baileyas E. E. & S.C. BAILEY.
Bailey, Samuel Chase1837/1839Claremont, Sullivan, NHCharles, Ebenezer Eaton, and Roswell Hopkins Baileyas E. E. BAILEY & Co.
Bailey, Simeon A.1784/1785New York City, New York, NYDaniel Van Voorhis and William Coleyas VAN VOORHIS, BAYLEY & COLEY.
Bailey, Simeon A.cir 1797New York City, New York, NYJames Douglasas BAYLEY & DOUGLAS.
Bailey, Timothy1830Malden, Middlesex, MAJames Hervey Putnamas BAILEY & PUTNAM.
Bailey, Joseph Trowbridge1848/1854Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAEli Westcott Bailey, Jeremiah Robbins, and James Gallagheras BAILEY & Co, the business continuing after his death at 136 Chestnut until 1859, when a new shop was opened at 819 Chestnut.
Baird, Prentice C.1849/1850Pittsfield, Berkshire, MAWashington McDonough Root and Frederick A. Chaffeeas ROOT, CHAFFEE & BAIRD.
Baird, Prentice C.1853/1856Lee, Berkshire, MAJoseph Chalker Chaffeeas CHAFFEE & BAIRD. After the close of the partnership, he became a paper manufacturer. He later became president of the Lee National Bank and represented the county as a state Senator.
Baker, Thomascir 1817/1819Salem, Essex, MAJabez Baldwinas BALDWIN & BAKER
Balch, Benjaminbef 1837Salem, Essex, MADaniel Smith, Edward S. Smith, andJesse Smithas BALCH & SMITH
Balch, Josephcir 1785Albany, Albany, NYJohn W. Fryeras BALCH & FRYER.
Balcomb, Ebenezercir 1823/1826Waterville, Kennebec, MEElisha Halletas HALLET & Co.
Baldwin, Isaac1810/1841Newark, Essex, NJJohn Tayloras TAYLOR & BALDWIN
Baldwin, Isaac1845/1850Newark, Essex, NJJames M. Durandas BALDWIN & DURAND, watchcase manufacturers and engravers, listed in Pierson's 1850 City Directory at 6 Franklin Street.
Baldwin, Jabez1813/1817Boston, Suffolk, MAJohn Belknap Jonesas BALDWIN & JONES, working at 59 Cornhill and later on Market Street.
Baldwin, Jabezcir 1817Salem, Essex, MAThomas Bakeras BALDWIN & BAKER
Baldwin, Jedediah1791/1792Northampton, Hampshire, MASamuel Stilesas STILES & BALDWIN,
Baldwin, Jedediah1792/Jan 7, 1794Hanover, Grafton, NHNathan Storrsas BALDWIN & STORRS.
Baldwin, Jesse Garrettson1833/1834Middletown, Middlesex, CTSeymour Wesley Baldwinas J. & S. BALDWIN & Co.
Baldwin, Matthias William1819/1822Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAOren Coltonas COLTON & BALDWIN.
Baldwin, Moses Griffin1876/1884New York City, New York, NYAugustus Wilder Sexton and Richard N Petersonas BALDWIN, SEXTON, PETERSON & Co.
Baldwin, Moses Griffincir 1840New York City, New York, NYJohn C. Downingas BALDWIN & DOWNING, with a shop at 145 Reade Street.
Baldwin, Moses Griffincir 1850/1876New York City, New York, NYAugustus Wilder Sextonas BALDWIN, SEXTON & Co.
Baldwin, Samuel1830/1832New York City, New York, NYStanley Sanford Baldwinas S. S. & S. BALDWIN with a shop at 4 Franklin Square.
Baldwin, Seymour Wesley1833/1834Middletown, Middlesex, CTJesse Garrettson Baldwinas J. & S. BALDWIN & Co.
Baldwin, Stanley Sanford1830/1832New York City, New York, NYSamuel Baldwinas S. S. & S. BALDWIN with a shop at 4 Franklin Square.
Baldwin, Thomas Scott1850/1859Columbus, Franklin, OHWilliam Blynnas BLYNN & BALDWIN.
Ball, Calvin Stowe1853/1869Syracuse, Onondaga, NYSeymour Henry Stoneas STONE & BALL, having bought the business of their old master, Benjamin R. Norton.
Ball, Gideon JohnsonErie, Erie, PA? Fordas BALL & FORD with a shop on French Street.
Ball, True M.1846/1853Boston, Suffolk, MAGeorge Bond Jones and Nathaniel Pooras JONES, BALL & POOR.
Ball, True M.1853/1855Boston, Suffolk, MASeth Brown, John Damon, Nathaniel Poor, and Benjamin Shreveas JONES, BALL & Co. at 226 Washington Street.
Ball, William1785/1790Baltimore, Baltimore, MDIsrael Johnsonas JOHNSON & BALL.
Ball, William1811/1815Baltimore, Baltimore, MDJ. S. Healdas BALL & HEALD, with a shop at 60/63 Baltimore Street.
Ballou, Herbert Ralph1888/1907New York City, New York, NYFranklin O. Udallas UDALL & BALLOU.
Ballou, Walter1862/1900North Attleboro, Bristol, MARoswell Sweet Blackintonas R. BLACKINTON & Co with a shop at 32 Chestnut Street.
Bancroft, William1856/1863New York City, New York, NYJames Henry Redfield and James Riceas BANCROFT, REDFIELD & RICE with offices at 177 Broadway.
Banks, Edward Princecir 1837/1857Portland, Cumberland, MEWilliam Henry Harrison Hatchas BANKS & HATCH at the Sign of the Quadrant and Watch, No. 6 Exchange Street (1841) and 72 Exchange Street (1844).
Barbour, Samuel Lynes1892Hartford, Hartford, CTIsaac Steane and J. L. Daigleishas BARBOUR SILVER Co.
Bard, Edmund Howecir 1840/1870New York City, New York, NYJames D., Jonathan S., and George J. Bardas BARD BROTHERS, gold pen manufacturers with a shop at 101 Williams Street and a factory at the corner of Front and Pearl.
Bard, Edmund Howecir 1853Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAHenry H. Wilsonas BARD & WILSON.
Bard, George J.cir 1840/1870New York City, New York, NYJames D., Jonathan S., and Edmund Howe Bardas BARD BROTHERS, gold pen manufacturers with a shop at 101 Williams Street and a factory at the corner of Front and Pearl.
Bard, James D.cir 1840/1870New York City, New York, NYEdmund H., Jonathan S., and George J. Bardas BARD BROTHERS, gold pen manufacturers with a shop at 101 Williams Street and a factory at the corner of Front and Pearl.
Bard, Jonathan Spraguecir 1840/1870New York City, New York, NYGeorge J., James D. and Edmund Howe Bardas BARD BROTHERS, gold pen manufacturers with a shop at 101 Williams Street and a factory at the corner of Front and Pearl.
Bard, Jonathan SpragueFeb 1, 1873/Feb 1, 1900Brooklyn, Kings, NYGeorge W. & John H. Mabie and Henry H. Toddas MABIE, TODD & BARD.
Barlow, Edward Callistuscir 1870/1888Georgetown, Scott, KYJames William Barlowas BARLOW & SON.
Barlow, James Williamcir 1870/1888Georgetown, Scott, KYEdward Callistus Barlowas BARLOW & SON.
Barnes, Blakeslee1807Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAThomas Danforth 
Barnes, Chauncey P1870/1880Louisville, Jefferson, KYJoseph Judson B. Barnesas C. P. BARNES & BRO.
Barnes, Joseph Judson B1870/1880Louisville, Jefferson, KYChauncey P. Barnesas C. P. BARNES & BRO.
Barr, John N.1845/1855Nashua, Hillsborough, NHMark W. Merrillas MERRILL & BARR, fancy goods merchants
Barrows, Henry Francis1854/1856North Attleboro, Bristol, MAJames Harvey Sturdyas BARROW & STURDY.
Barrows, Miltoncir 1807Attleboro, Bristol, MAObed & Otis Robinson and Mark Baldwin 
Bartholomew, George Wells1828/1832Bristol, Hartford, CTEli Bartholomewas E. & G. BARTHOLOMEW, manufacturing wooden clock movements from a factory on Maple Street.
Bartholomew, Levi1828/1832Bristol, Hartford, CTGeorge Wells Bartholomewas E. & G. BARTHOLOMEW, manufacturing wooden clock movements from a factory on Maple Street.
Bartholomew, Roswell1803/1809Hartford, Hartford, CTJames Wardas WARD & BARTHOLOMEW
Bartholomew, Roswell1809/1830Hartford, Hartford, CTJames Ward and Charles Brainardas WARD, BARTHOLOMEW & BRAINARD, listed in the 1828 city directory at 229 Main Street.
Bartholomew, Roswellcir 1802Hartford, Hartford, CTJames Ward and ? Trottas WARD, BARTHOLOMEW & TROTT.
Bartlett, Jonas Newell1870/1874Lyndon, Caledonia, VTHarvey S. Childsas BARTLETT & CHILDS.
Barton, Joseph1811/1816Utica, Oneida, NYJoseph Sewall Porteras BARTON & PORTER.
Barton, Joseph1826Utica, Oneida, NYWilliam Clarkas BUTLER & CLARK
Barton, Joseph1829/1831Utica, Oneida, NY? Smithas BARTON & SMITH, jewelry merchants.
Barton, Joseph1831/1832Utica, Oneida, NYJames Butleras BARTON & BUTLER, jewelry merchants.
Bartram, Orrin Sidneycir 1865New Haven, New Haven, CT? Smithas SMITH & BARTRAM, succesors to GEORGE L. STREETER, with a shop at 226 Chapel Street..
Bascom, Hiram Baxter1835Saint Louis, St. Louis, MOHorace Pitkin Woodbridge 
Bascom, Hiram Baxter1842/1843Saint Louis, St. Louis, MOSamuel A. M. Shipp 
Bassett, Joshua1815/1826Cortland, Cortland, NYWilliam H. Bassettas J. & W. H. BASSETT.
Bassett, Nehemiah BeachAug 25, 1800/Oct 7, 1805Albany, Albany, NYJoseph WarfordAt the dissolution, Warford was paid $1800 in cash for his half of the stock in trade.
Bassett, William H.1815/1826Cortland, Cortland, NYJoshua Bassettas J. & W. H. BASSETT.
Batchelder, Augustus Edwin1846/1865Boston, Suffolk, MAJosiah G. and Isaac M. Batchelder, Jacob P. and Julius Aboyneau Palmeras PALMERS & BACHELDERS. Listed in the 1855 Boston city directory at 91 Washington Street and in the 1865 edition at 164 Washington Street.
Batchelder, Augustus Edwin1865/1884Boston, Suffolk, MAJosiah G., Jacob P. and Julius Aboyneau Palmer, George Houghton, and othersas PALMER, BACHELDER & Co, continuing at 162/164 and later 394 Washington Street.
Batchelder, Isaac M.1846/1865Boston, Suffolk, MAJosiah G. and Augustus Edwin Batchelder, Jacob P. and Julius Aboyneau Palmeras PALMERS & BACHELDERS. Listed in the 1855 Boston city directory at 91 Washington Street and in the 1865 edition at 164 Washington Street.
Batchelder, Josiah Giles1838/1845Boston, Suffolk, MAJulius Aboyneau Palmer and Thomas Aspinwall Davisas DAVIS, PALMER & Co.
Batchelder, Josiah Giles1846/1865Boston, Suffolk, MAIsaac M. and Augustus Edwin Batchelder, Jacob P. and Julius Aboyneau Palmeras PALMERS & BACHELDERS. Listed in the 1855 Boston city directory at 91 Washington Street and in the 1865 edition at 164 Washington Street.
Batchelder, Josiah Giles1865/1884Boston, Suffolk, MAJosiah Giles Batchelder, Jacob P. and Julius Aboyneau Palmer, George T. Houghton, and othersas PALMER, BACHELDER & Co, continuing at 162/164 and later 394 Washington Street.
Batterson, Hermon Griswold1851/1855Hartford, Hartford, CTLorenzo Churchas CHURCH & BATTERSON with a shop at 194 Main Street. The partnership ended with the death of Church. Hermon went on to become a bishop in the Episcopal Church.
Beach, John1813/1828Hartford, Hartford, CTMiles Beachas BEACH & SON
Beach, Miles1785/1788Hartford, Hartford, CTIsaac Sanfordas BEACH & SANFORD.
Beach, Miles1789/1797Hartford, Hartford, CTJames Wardas BEACH & WARD
Beach, Miles1813/1828Hartford, Hartford, CTJohn Beachas BEACH & SON
Beasley, Benjamin Franklin1886/1889Fayetteville, Cumberland, NCJ. C. Houstonas BEASLEY & HOUSTON, a re-organization of his father's business for whom Houston had worked more than forty years.
Beasom, William Dutton1836/1840Nashua, Hillsborough, NHElbridge Gerry Reedas BEASOM & REED, dry good merchants on Factory Street.
Beasom, William Dutton1841/1856Hillsboro, Hillsborough, NHElbridge G. and Augustus Gardner Reedas W. D. BEASON & Co.
Becker, Daniel1865/1893Syracuse, Onondaga, NYEliel Gilbert Lathropas BECKER & LATHROP, having bought out his brother's share of the business.
Becker, James1860/1865Syracuse, Onondaga, NYEliel Gilbert Lathropas BECKER & LATHROP, with a shop at 22 South Salina Street.
Beebe, James Ward1836/1840New York City, New York, NYLemuel D. Beebeas J. W. & L. D. BEEBE, listed in New York As It Is In 1837 as silver spoon and fork manufacturers at 101 Reade Street.
Beebe, Lemuel D.1836/1840New York City, New York, NYJames Ward Beebeas J. W. & L. D. BEEBE, listed in New York As It Is In 1837 as silver spoon and fork manufacturers at 101 Reade Street.
Beebe, Stanton1825/1831Providence, Providence, RIJabez Gorhamas GORHAM & BEEDE, with a shop at 73 North Main Street.
Belcher, Josephcir 1787New London, New London, CTJohn Greenas BELCHER & GREEN.
Bement, Butler1807/1810Pittsfield, Berkshire, MANathaniel Dexteras BEMENT & DEXTER
Bemis, Francis Theodore1870/1880Boston, Suffolk, MAAbraham & Alanson Bigelow and Martin P. and William Henry Kennardas BIGELOW BROS. & KENNARD, listed in the 1870 city directory at 331 Washington Street.
Benedict, Andrew Comstock1828/1836New York City, New York, NYEgbert Scudderas BENEDICT & SCUDDER with shop at 28 Bowery.
Benedict, Lewis1815/1817Albany, Albany, NYSpencer and Hallenbake Stafford, and George Spenceras STAFFORD, SPENCER & Co.
Benedict, Lewis1817/1824Albany, Albany, NYSpencer and Hallenbake Stafford, and Spencer Stafford Jras S. STAFFORD & Co.
Benedict, Lewis1824Albany, Albany, NYSpencer and Joab Staffordas STAFFORD, BENEDICT & Co.
Benedict, Ovingtoncir 1860/1870New York City, New York, NYRead Benedictas BENEDICT BROTHERS, with a shop at 171 Broadway.
Benedict, Readcir 1860/1870New York City, New York, NYOvington Benedictas BENEDICT BROTHERS, with a shop at 171 Broadway.
Benedict, Samuel Wardcir 1841New York City, New York, NYSamuel Hammondas BENEDICT & HAMMOND with a shop at 44 Merchant Exchange.
Benedict, Thaddeus1833/1837Auburn, Cayuga, NYClark Beers Hotchkissas HOTCHKISS & BENEDICT, succeeding to the business of Asa Munger.
Benedict, ThaddeusMay 1833/Nov 1833Auburn, Cayuga, NYAsa Mungeras MUNGER & BENEDICT. The firm obtained a contract with the state of New York to use prison labor at Auburn State Prison to construct their clocks.
Benham, Darius1842/1847New York City, New York, NYSamuel Simpsonas SIMPSON & BENHAM, silverplaters on Pearl Street.
Benham, Darius1847/1880New York City, New York, NY? Whitneyas BENHAM & WHITNEY, listed in the 1859 city directory as hardware and fancy goods merchants at 272 Pearl Street.
Benham, Morriscir 1840/1842Wallingford, New Haven, CTSamuel Simpsonas SIMPSON & BENHAM.
Benjamin, Barzillia1815Bridgeport, Fairfield, CTJames Krippen
Benjamin, Barzillia1819Bridgeport, Fairfield, CTSamuel Cheedler Benjamin 
Benjamin, Everardcir 1865/1873New Haven, New Haven, CTGeorge H. Fordas BENJAMIN & FORD.
Benjamin, John Rensselaercir 1870Torrington, Litchfield, CTE. A. Roseas BENJAMIN & ROSE.
Benjamin, John1747/1772Stratford, Fairfield, CTRobert Fairchild 
Benjamin, Luther Wells1803/1805Canandaigua, Ontario, NYSeth Thompsonas THOPSON & BENJAMIN.
Bennett, Calvin Wilder1836/1839Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAto Thomas Charles Fletcheras FLETCHER & BENNETT.
Bennett, Charles Fletcher1852/1866Louisville, Jefferson, KYHenry Fletcheras FLETCHER & BENNETT, listed in the 1859 city directory at 163 Main Street.
Bennett, Henrycir 1866/1870Louisville, Jefferson, KYCharles Fletcher BennettContinuing under the name FLETCHER & BENNETT.
Bentley, Burr S.cir 1865Buffalo, Erie, NYStephen B. Sewardas SEWARD & BENTLEY, drugists and fancy goods merchants with a shop at 189 Main Street.
Berrian, Cornelius Anthonycir 1840/1865New York City, New York, NYJohn Morris Berrianas J. & C. BERRIEN, fancy goods merchants.
Berrian, John Morriscir 1840/1865New York City, New York, NYCornelius Anthony Berrianas J. & C. BERRIEN, fancy goods merchants.
Biddle, John W.1859/1870Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAPeter L. Krideras KRIDER & BIDDLE.
Biddle, SamuelPhiladelphia, Philadelphia, PAJedediah P. Clarkas CLARK & BIDDLE.
Biddle, SamuelPhiladelphia, Philadelphia, PAJeremiah Robbins and Jedediah P. Clarkas ROBBINS, CLARK & BIDDLE.
Biddle, SamuelPhiladelphia, Philadelphia, PAJeremiah Robbinsas ROBBINS & BIDDLE with a shop at 1124 Chestnut Street.
Bigelow, Abraham Orlando1845/1847Boston, Suffolk, MAJohn and Alanson Bigelowas BIGELOW & BROS., listed in the 1845 city directory at 62 Washington Street.
Bigelow, Abraham Orlando1848/1860Boston, Suffolk, MAJohn and Alanson Bigelow, Martin P. and William Henry Kennardas BIGELOW BROS. & KENNARD, listed in the 1855 city directory at 121 Washington Street.
Bigelow, Abraham Orlando1870/1880Boston, Suffolk, MAAlanson Bigelow, Francis Theodore Bemis, & Martin P. and William Henry Kennardas BIGELOW BROS. & KENNARD, listed in the 1870 city directory at 331 Washington Street.
Bigelow, Alanson1836/1839Boston, Suffolk, MAJohn Bigelowas JOHN BIGELOW & Co.
Bigelow, Alanson1845/1847Boston, Suffolk, MAJohn and Abraham Orlando Bigelowas BIGELOW & BROS., listed in the 1845 city directory at 62 Washington Street.
Bigelow, Alanson1847/1860Boston, Suffolk, MAJohn and Abraham Orlando Bigelow, Martin P. and William Henry Kennardas BIGELOW BROS. & KENNARD, listed in the 1855 city directory at 121 Washington Street.
Bigelow, Alanson1870/1880Boston, Suffolk, MAAbraham Orlando Bigelow, Francis Theodore Bemis, & Martin P. and William Henry Kennardas BIGELOW BROS. & KENNARD, listed in the 1870 city directory at 331 Washington Street.
Bigelow, John1836/1839Boston, Suffolk, MAAlanson Bigelowas JOHN BIGELOW & Co.
Bigelow, John1845/1847Boston, Suffolk, MAAlanson and Abraham Orlando Bigelowas BIGELOW & BROS., listed in the 1845 city directory at 62 Washington Street.
Bigelow, John1847/1860Boston, Suffolk, MAAlanson and Abraham Orlando Bigelow, Martin P. and William Henry Kennardas BIGELOW BROS. & KENNARD, listed in the 1855 city directory at 121 Washington Street.
Billings, William1798/1801Providence, Providence, RIJob Danforthas DANFORTH & BILLINGS, with a shop "a few doors North of the Meeting House."
Billon, Charles Frederich1795/1797Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAJean Simon Chaudronas CHAUDRON & BILLON.
Bingham, George W.bef 1833Utica, Oneida, NYWilliam H. Ball and John D. Douglasas BINGHAM, BALL & Co.
Bingham, Tracy Flynn1857/1858Saint Johnsbury, Caledonia, VTNathaniel Randallas RANDALL & BINGHAM.
Bingham, Wheelock Peetcir 1878/1880Indianapolis, Marion, INJames Nelson Mayhew and Julius C. Walkas BINGHAM, WALK & MAYHEW, with a shop at No. 12 East Washington Street.
Birge, Johncir 1833Brattleboro, Windham, VT? Dickinsonas BIRGE & DICKINSON.
Birge, Johncir 1838/1842Brattleboro, Windham, VTHorace D. Brackettas BIRGE, BRACKETT & Co, watchmakers and jewelers.
Black, Benjamin Etter1826/1831Halifax, Halifax, Nova ScotiaWilliam Anderson Blackas WM A. BLACK & SON.
Black, Benjamin Etter1831/1853Halifax, Halifax, Nova ScotiaWilliam A., William L., and Martin P. Blackas BLACK & BROTHERS.
Black, Martin Pinkney1831/1853Halifax, Halifax, Nova ScotiaWilliam A., Benjamin E., and William Lang Blackas BLACK & BROTHERS.
Black, Samuel1810/1812Halifax, Halifax, Nova ScotiaWilliam Anderson Black and Nathaniel Parkeras BLACK & PARKER.
Black, Samuel1812/1826Halifax, Halifax, Nova ScotiaWilliam Anderson Black 
Black, William Anderson1810/1812Halifax, Halifax, Nova ScotiaSamuel Black and Nathaniel Parkeras BLACK & PARKER.
Black, William Anderson1812/1825Halifax, Halifax, Nova ScotiaSamuel Black 
Black, William Anderson1826/1831Halifax, Halifax, Nova ScotiaBenjamin Etter Blackas WM A. BLACK & SON.
Black, William Anderson1831/1853Halifax, Halifax, Nova ScotiaBenjamin Etter, William Lang, and Martin Pinkney Blackas BLACK & BROTHERS.
Black, William Lang1831/1853Halifax, Halifax, Nova ScotiaWilliam A., Benjamin E., and Martin Pinkney Blackas BLACK & BROTHERS.
Blackinton, Louis A.1880/1890Attleboro, Bristol, MAWilliam S. and William Sumner Blackintonas W. & S. BLACKINTON.
Blackinton, Roswell Sweet1862/1900North Attleboro, Bristol, MAWalter Ballouas R. BLACKINTON & Co with a shop at 32 Chestnut Street.
Blackinton, William Sumner1858Attleboro, Bristol, MAJ. M. Bates 
Blackinton, William Sumner1866/1880Attleboro, Bristol, MAWilliam Sumner Blackintonas W. & S. BLACKINTON.
Blackinton, William Sumner1866/1880Attleboro, Bristol, MAWilliam Sumner Blackintonas W. & S. BLACKINTON.
Blackinton, William Sumner1869/1870Attleboro, Bristol, MAJoabert Sweetas BLACKINTON & SWEET.
Blackinton, William Sumner1880/1890Attleboro, Bristol, MAWilliam S. and Louis Blackintonas W. & S. BLACKINTON.
Blackinton, William Sumner1880/1890Attleboro, Bristol, MAWilliam S. and Louis Blackintonas W. & S. BLACKINTON.
Blackman, Frederick Starr1849/1858Danbury, Fairfield, CTJohn Clark Blackmanas J. C. & F. S. BLACKMAN. The partnership is not listed in directories and the brothers maintained their seperate shops.
Blackman, John Clarkabt 1849/1858Bridgeport, Fairfield, CTFrederick Starr Blackmanas J. C. & F. S. BLACKMAN. The partnership is not listed in directories and the brothers maintained their seperate shops.
Blackman, John Starrcir 1830Danbury, Fairfield, CTJohn Clark Blackman or Frederick Starr Blackmanas J. S. B. & SON.
Blake, David Brainardcir 1860Providence, Providence, RIJames E. Budlongas D. B. BLAKE & Co.
Blake, James E.1881/1898Attleboro, Bristol, MAAlbert Wilbur Sturdy and Edward P. Chaflinas BAKER & CHAFLIN, successors to STURDY BROTHERS & Co.
Blakeslee, Lyman W.1866/1868Cincinnati, Hamilton, OHGeorge Blakesleeas G. BLAKESLEE & SON.
Bliss, Alfred A.1866/1868Providence, Providence, RIWilliam Chaplin Greeneas GREENE & BLISS, with a shop on Pine Street.
Bliss, Calvincir 1867Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, MIAlva Thomas Hillas BLISS & HILL, with a shop at 11 South Main Street.
Bliss, Charles Edwin1873/1887Attleboro, Bristol, MAEverett Bradford Bliss and R. L. F. Everettas BLISS BROTHERS & EVERETT.
Bliss, Charles Edwinaft 1887Attleboro, Bristol, MAEverett Bradford Blissas BLISS BROTHERS.
Bliss, Charles Henry1868/1872Providence, Providence, RIWilliam Chaplin Greeneas GREENE & BLISS, with a shop on Pine Street.
Bliss, Everett Bradford1873/1887Attleboro, Bristol, MACharles Edwin Bliss and R. L. F. Everettas BLISS BROTHERS & EVERETT.
Bliss, Everett Bradfordaft 1887Attleboro, Bristol, MACharles Edwin Blissas BLISS BROTHERS.
Bliss, George Henry1857New York City, New York, NYJohn Blissas JOHN BLISS & Co.
Bliss, John1835/1853New York City, New York, NYFrederick Creightonas BLISS & CREIGHTON with a shop at 42 Fulton Street. By 1840, the firm was specializing in the production of chronometers and nautical instruments.
Bliss, John1837/1839New York City, New York, NYSamuel Lord Canfield and Stephen Hyer Palmeras CANFIELD, PALMER & BLISS, jewelery manufacturers and enamelers on gold. Shop at 8 Cortlandt till 1838, then at 6 Cortlandt.
Bliss, John1855/1857New York City, New York, NYJohn Blissas JOHN BLISS & SON.
Bliss, John1855/1857New York City, New York, NYJohn Blissas JOHN BLISS & SON.
Bliss, John1857New York City, New York, NYGeorge Henry Blissas JOHN BLISS & Co.
Bliss, Jonathan1803/1804Middletown, Middlesex, CTJudah Hartas HART & BLISS.
Bliss, Jonathan1806Middletown, Middlesex, CTEdmund Hughesas HUGHES & BLISS
Bliss, Joseph Lyman1865/1872Atchison, Atchison, KSGeorge Willisas WILLIS & BLISS.
Bliss, Moses1806/1809Burlington, Chittenden, VTAbram Brinsmaidas BRINSMAID & BLISS from a shop "at the Sign of the Golden Watch" on the southeast corner of Court House Square.
Bliss, Rudolphus1857/1860Attleboro, Bristol, MAGeorge Dean, Everett Sweet Capron, and Albert M. Everettas EVERETT, DEAN & Co.
Blood, Joseph F.cir 1870/1880Providence, Providence, RIWilliam Warren Flint, Benjamin Allen Holbrook, and James Albert Youngas FLINT, BLOOD & Co with a shop at 67 Friendship Street.
Blood, Simeoncir 1855Rockland, Knox, MEGreenleaf W. Palmeras BLOOD & PALMER
Bloodgood, James A.1804/1810Utica, Oneida, NYLynott Bloodgoodas J. & L. BLOODGOOD.
Bloodgood, Lynott1804/1810Utica, Oneida, NYJames A. Bloodgoodas J. & L. BLOODGOOD.
Blynn, William1850/1859Columbus, Franklin, OHThomas Baldwinas BLYNN & BALDWIN.
Boardman, Sherman1810/1827Hartford, Hartford, CTThomas BoardmanOriginally as T. D. & S. B., then BOARDMAN & Co after 1822.
Boardman, Thomas Danforth1810/1827Hartford, Hartford, CTSherman BoardmanOriginally as T. D. & S. B., then BOARDMAN & Co after 1822.
Boardman, Thomas Danforth1828/1850New York City, New York, NYLucius Hartas BOARDMAN & HART.
Boardman, Thomas Danforth1844/1845Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAFranklin D. Hallas BOARDMAN & HALL.
Bogert, William1856/1860Newburgh, Orange, NYWilliam R. Eaton and John Gordonas EATON, GORDON, & BOGERT. The firm supplied goods to BALL, BLACK & Co.
Bogert, William1860/1864Newburgh, Orange, NYJohn Gordonas GORDON & BOGERT working at 247 Grand. As before, a great proportion, if not all, of the firm's holloware production was made for BALL, BLACK & Co.
Bolles, Edward W.1841/1848Hartford, Hartford, CTGerry Hastingsas BOLLES & HASTINGS until 1843, then BOLLES, HASTINGS & COMPANY.
Bolles, Edward W.cir 1840Hartford, Hartford, CTLucius B. Childsas BOLLES & CHILDS.
Bolles, Edward W.cir 1850/1865Hartford, Hartford, CTGeorge Sextonas BOLLES, SEXTON & Co.
Bond, Charlescir 1855Boston, Suffolk, MAWilliam C. and Richard Fifield Bondas WM BOND & SONS, listed in the 1855 city directory at 17 Congress Street.
Bond, Joseph Cranch1845/1850Boston, Suffolk, MAWilliam Cranch Bondas BOND & SON, listed in the 1845 city directory at 26 Congress Street.
Bond, Joseph Cranch1850/1855Boston, Suffolk, MAWilliam Cranch and Richard Fifield Bondas BOND & SONS, listed in the 1855 city directory at 17 Congress Street.
Bond, Richard Fifieldcir 1855Boston, Suffolk, MAWilliam C. and Joseph Cranch Bondas WM BOND & SONS, listed in the 1855 city directory at 17 Congress Street.
Bond, Richard Fifieldcir 1865/1875Boston, Suffolk, MAJ. C. Clinch and S. A. C. Bondas BOND & SON, listed in various city directories at 17 Congress Street.
Bond, William Cranch1845/1850Boston, Suffolk, MAJoseph Cranch Bondas BOND & SON, listed in the 1845 city directory at 26 Congress Street.
Bond, William Cranchcir 1815/1832Boston, Suffolk, MAWilliam Bondas WILLIAM BOND & SON, with a shop at 8 Congress Square.
Bond, William Cranchcir 1855Boston, Suffolk, MACharles and Richard Fifield Bondas WM BOND & SONS, listed in the 1855 city directory at 17 Congress Street.
Bond, Williamcir 1815/1832Boston, Suffolk, MAWilliam Cranch Bondas WILLIAM BOND & SON, with a shop at 8 Congress Square.
Bonticou, Roswell1802/1805Augusta, Richmond, GALevi Gregoryas GREGORY & BONTICOU
Boon, Sandfordbef 1834Cortland, Cortland, NYDaniel D. R. Ormsbyas BOON & ORMSBY.
Booth, Ezra Beers1838/1861Rochester, Monroe, NYErastus Cook 
Booth, Ezra Beers1861/1888Rochester, Monroe, NYHenry G. Boothas E. B. BOOTH & SON, with a shop at 9 State Street.
Booth, Henry G.1861/1888Rochester, Monroe, NYEzra Beers Boothas E. B. BOOTH & SON, with a shop at 9 State Street.
Bowen, Chauncey Thomascir 1860Chicago, Cook, ILJames H. and George Stephen Bowen, George R. Whitman, and Almerin Henry Winslowas BOWEN BROTHERS, fancy goods merchants with a store at 72 Lake Street.
Bowen, George Stephencir 1860Chicago, Cook, ILJames H. and Chauncey Thomas Bowen, George R. Whitman, and Almerin Henry Winslowas BOWEN BROTHERS, fancy goods merchants with a store at 72 Lake Street.
Bowen, James Henrycir 1860Chicago, Cook, ILGeorge S. and Chauncey Thomas Bowen, George R. Whitman, and Almerin Henry Winslowas BOWEN BROTHERS, fancy goods merchants with a store at 72 Lake Street.
Bowne, Samuel1800/1802New York City, New York, NY? Parkeas Bowne & Parke, watchmakers. The city directory listed the firm at 80 Cherry Street.
Boyce, Gerardus1825/1829New York City, New York, NYElisha Jonesas BOYCE & JONES with a shop at 101 Spring Street.
Boyd, William1830/1832Albany, Albany, NYGeorge Barnum Hoytas BOYD & HOYT.
Boyd, William1832/1842Albany, Albany, NYJohn Hutchinson Mulfordas BOYD & MULFORD.
Boyd, Williamcir 1805/1830Albany, Albany, NYRobert Shepherdas SHEPHERD & BOYD, with a shop at 136 Market Street.
Boyden, JosephJan 1825Auburn, Worcester, MAWilliam Daniel Fennoas BOYDEN & FENNO.
Boyer, Daniel1770Boston, Suffolk, MAJosiah Austin
Brackett, Horace D.cir 1840/1842Brattleboro, Windham, VTJohn Birgeas BIRGE, BRACKETT & Co, watchmakers and jewelers.
Brackett, Jeffrey Richardson1848/1849Boston, Suffolk, MASamuel Trevitt Crosbyas BRACKETT & CROSBY, with a shop at 69 Washington Street.
Brackett, Jeffrey Richardson1849/1850Boston, Suffolk, MASamuel Trevitt Crosby and Seth Eastman Brownas BRACKETT, CROSBY & BROWN.
Bradbury, Ebenezercir 1815Newburyport, Essex, MATheophilus Bradburyas THEOPHILUS BRADBURY & SON.
Bradbury, Theophiluscir 1796Newburyport, Essex, MAJoseph Moultonas MOULTON & BRADBURY. Their shop was located on Merrimack Street and they produced plated buckles.
Bradbury, Theophiluscir 1815Newburyport, Essex, MAEbenezer Bradburyas THEOPHILUS BRADBURY & SON.
Bradley, Gustavus Clark1840New Haven, New Haven, CTZebul Bradleyas Z. BRADLEY & SON
Bradley, Horace P.1855/1869Bennington, Bennington, VTFrederick N. Squireas BRADLEY & SQUIRE.
Bradley, Horace Strong1832/1836Utica, Oneida, NYEbenezer Leachas LEACH & BRADLEY.
Bradley, Lucius Brown1824/1835Watertown, Litchfield, CTJames Bishopas BISHOP & BRADLEY
Bradley, Richard1830/1840Hartford, Hartford, CT? Bunceas BRADLEY & BUNCE.
Bradley, Zebul1803/1813New Haven, New Haven, CTMarcus Merriman and Bethuel Tuttleas MERRIMAN & TUTTLE.
Bradley, Zebul1813/1817New Haven, New Haven, CTMarcus Merrimanas MERRIMAN & BRADLEY
Bradley, Zebul1826/1840New Haven, New Haven, CTMarcus Merriman Jras BRADLEY & MERRIMAN
Bradley, Zebul1840New Haven, New Haven, CTGustavus Clark Bradleyas Z. BRADLEY & SON.
Brainard, Charles1809/1830Hartford, Hartford, CTJames Ward and Roswell Bartholomewas WARD, BARTHOLOMEW & BRAINARD, listed in the 1828 city directory at 229 Main Street.
Brainard, Harrisoncir 1850/1880Cobalt, Middlesex, CTAlonzo Baileyas BAILEY & BRAINARD.
Brainerd, Amasacir 1835New York City, New York, NYSamuel Y. D. Arrowsmithas BRAINERD & ARROWSMITH, listed in Longworth's 1839 City Directory at 106 Reade Street.
Bramhall, Bartlett Marshall1822/1828Boston, Suffolk, MASamuel Davis and Edward Watsonas DAVIS, WATSON & Co.
Brasher, Ephraim1800/1801New York City, New York, NYGeorge Alexanderas BRASHER & ALEXANDER.
Bray, Edward P.1856/1857New York City, New York, NYJohn Q. Kellogg and Samuel Theodore Dauchyas BRAY, KELLOGG & Co., hardware dealers.
Bray, Edward P.1857/1859New York City, New York, NYSamuel Theodore Dauchyas BRAY & DAUCHY. The company was actually owned by Bray's father-in-law, Cyrus Manvel, but he remained a silent partner. Listed in the 1859 city directory as plated ware merchants at 41 Maiden Lane.
Bray, Edward P.1859/1860New York City, New York, NYWilliam Cyrus Manvel, John E. Bray, and Samuel Theodore Dauchyas BRAY & MANVEL. Because of continuing financial liabilities following the dissolution of BRAY & DAUCHY, the firm was officially listed under the ownership of John Bray and Cyrus Manvel, though the business was conducted by Edward Bray and Samuel Dauchy.
Bray, Edward P.1861New York City, New York, NYJoseph Merwinas MERWIN & BRAY, gun dealers.
Bray, Edward P.Jan 6, 1860/Oct 1, 1860New York City, New York, NYJohn E. Bray, Burr and Samuel Theodore Dauchy, and Roland Sollaceas BRAY, SOLLACE & DAUCHY. The firm was a re-organization of BRAY & MANVEL; as before, the business was actually conducted by Edward Bray and Samuel Duachy.
Bray, Edward P.May 1, 1854/Sep 1, 1854New York City, New York, NYJacob Dateras DATER, BRAY & Co. Though he withdrew from active managment in the firm, Dater retained his financial investment.
Bray, Edward P.Oct 1, 1854/1856New York City, New York, NYJames Henry Redfield and James Riceas BRAY, REDFIELD & Co. with a shop at 70 John Street.
Bray, Edward P.Oct 1, 1860/Jan 1, 1861New York City, New York, NYSamuel Theodore Dauchy and William L. Jaquesas BRAY, DOUCHY & JAQUES. Having resolved their earlier obligations, the junior partners of BRAY, SOLLACE & DAUCHY took official control of the firm.
Bray, John E.1859/1860New York City, New York, NYWilliam Cyrus Manvel, Edward P. Bray, and Samuel Theodore Dauchyas BRAY & MANVEL. Because of continuing financial liabilities following the dissolution of BRAY & DAUCHY, the firm was officially listed under the ownership of John Bray and Cyrus Manvel, though the business was conducted by Edward Bray and Samuel Dauchy.
Bray, John E.Jan 6, 1860/Oct 1, 1860New York City, New York, NYEdward P. Bray, Burr and Samuel Theodore Dauchy, and Roland Sollaceas BRAY, SOLLACE & DAUCHY. The firm was a re-organization of BRAY & MANVEL; as before, the business was actually conducted by Edward Bray and Samuel Duachy.
Brewer, Charles1824/1825New York City, New York, NYJared L. Mooreas MOORE & BREWER.
Brewer, Charles1834/1835Middletown, Middlesex, CTHenry Salisburyas BREWER & SALISBURY.
Brewer, CharlesOct 16, 1800/Sep 21, 1803Middletown, Middlesex, CTJudah Hartas HART & BREWER offering clockmaking, watch repairing, gold- and silver-smithing work in shop north of printing office. Moved Dec. 1801 to a shop across from new meetinghouse.
Brewer, CharlesOct 28, 1803/Apr 1805Middlefield, Middlesex, CTAlexander Mannas BREWER & MANN
Brewer, Samuel1844/1845Hartford, Hartford, CTJohn Danforthas DANFORTH & BREWER, with a shop in the Exchange Building, 6 State Street.
Brewster, Elisha Curtis1840/1843Bristol, Hartford, CTSaylor Ivesas BREWSTER & IVES.
Brewster, Henry Whitman1875/1881Middlebury, Addison, VTGeorge W. Pinneyas BREWSTER & Co.
Brigham, Leon E.cir 1880Marlborough, Middlesex, MA? Eageras BRIGHAM & EAGER, with a shop at 117 Main Street.
Brinsmaid, Abram1806/1809Burlington, Chittenden, VTMoses Blissas BRINSMAID & BLISS from a shop "at the Sign of the Golden Watch" on the southeast corner of Court House Square.
Brinsmaid, James Edgar1843/1850Burlington, Chittenden, VTWilliam B. and Sedgwick Swift Brinsmaidas BRINSMAID'S.
Brinsmaid, James Edgar1850/1854Burlington, Chittenden, VTWilliam Bliss Brinsmaid and Chester Hildrethas BRINSMAID, BROTHER & Co. With shop on Church Street
Brinsmaid, James EdgarAug 30, 1833/Aug 19, 1843Burlington, Chittenden, VTAmos Pangbornas PANGBORN & BRINSMAID, working form Pangborn's old shop on Church Street.
Brinsmaid, Sedgwick Swift1843/1850Burlington, Chittenden, VTJames E. and William Bliss Brinsmaidas BRINSMAID'S.
Brinsmaid, William Bliss1843/1850Burlington, Chittenden, VTJames E. and Sedgwick Swift Brinsmaidas BRINSMAID'S.
Brinsmaid, William Bliss1850/1854Burlington, Chittenden, VTJames Edgar Brinsmaid and Chester Hildrethas BRINSMAID, BROTHER & Co. With shop on Church Street
Brinsmaid, William Bliss1854/1889Burlington, Chittenden, VTChester Hildrethas BRINSMAID & HILDRETH. Shop originally located at 1 Bank Block, College Street. In 1871 located at 149 Church Street and by 1880 at 99 Church Street.
Brittin, Edwin Ludlow1880/1882Stratford, Fairfield, CTSamuel Towner Rogersas ROGERS & BRITTON. The firm produced jewelry, britannia, silverplate, and sterling silver wares. It was absorbed by HOLMES & EDWARDS.
Brockway, Josephus1815/1817Middlebury, Addison, VTOrrin Stowellas STOWELL & BROCKWAY.
Bromley, Edwardcir 1844/1860New Haven, New Haven, CTJohn Spencer Bromleyas J. S. & E. BROMLEY. In 1859, the firm opened a branch office in New York City.
Bromley, John Spencercir 1844/1860New Haven, New Haven, CTEdward Bromleyas J. S. & E. BROMLEY. In 1859, the firm opened a branch office in New York City.
Brooks, Benjamin Franklincir 1831Utica, Oneida, NYGaylord Hooker Griswoldas B. F. BROOKS & Co.
Brooks, Benjamin Franklincir 1832/1835Utica, Oneida, NYJoab Griswoldas BROOKS & GRISWOLD.
Brooks, Benjamin Franklincir 1855/1867Utica, Oneida, NYJames F. Honeas BROOKS & HONE, auctioneers listed in the 1867 city directory at 139 Genesee Street.
Brooks, Frederick Williamcir 1865/1870Ithaca, Tompkins, NYJoseph Curtiss and Edwin Joseph Burrittas BURRITT, BROOKS & Co., listed in city directories at 34 Owego Street.
Brooks, Jonathancir 1798New London, New London, CTJohn Proctor Trottas TROTT & BROOKS.
Brooks, Square Gage1875Boston, Suffolk, MACharles H. Currieras BROOKS & CURRIER, listed in the 1875 city directory at 2400 Washington Street.
Brower, Sperry Douglas1849/1850Albany, Albany, NYGreen Hall and John D. Hewsonas Hall, Hewson & Brower
Brower, Sperry Douglas1850/1852Albany, Albany, NYGreen Hallas HALL & BROWER, listed in Munsell's 1852 City Directory at 10 Plain Street.
Brower, Sperry Douglas1853/1873Albany, Albany, NYWalter Scott Broweras S. BROWER & SON
Brower, Walter Scott1850Albany, Albany, NYSperry Douglas Broweras S. BROWER & SON.
Brown, Augustus1851/1880Waterbury, New Haven, CTPhilo, William, William Henry, and James Brownas BROWN & BROTHERS. Originally working in a variety of metals, the firm began manufacturing silverplated wares in 1874.
Brown, David1831/1841Providence, Providence, RIJoseph Rogers BrownManufacturing watches, clocks, and surveying and mechanical instruments.
Brown, James1851/1880Waterbury, New Haven, CTPhilo, Augustus, William Henry, and William Brownas BROWN & BROTHERS. Originally working in a variety of metals, the firm began manufacturing silverplated wares in 1874.
Brown, Joseph Rogers1831/1841Providence, Providence, RIDavid BrownManufacturing watches, clocks, and surveying and mechanical instruments.
Brown, Philo1851/1880Waterbury, New Haven, CTWilliam, William Henry, Augustus, and James Brownas BROWN & BROTHERS. Originally working in a variety of metals, the firm began manufacturing silverplated wares in 1874.
Brown, Seth Eastman1849/1850Boston, Suffolk, MAJeffrey Richardson Brackett and Samuel Trevitt Crosbyas BRACKETT, CROSBY & BROWN.
Brown, Seth Eastman1851/1853Boston, Suffolk, MASamuel Trevitt Crosbyas CROSBY & BROWN.
Brown, Seth Eastman1853/1855Boston, Suffolk, MAGeorge Bond Jones, True M. Ball, John Damon, Nathaniel C. Poor, and Benjamin Shreveas JONES, BALL & Co. at 226 Washington Street.
Brown, Seth Eastman1855/1857Boston, Suffolk, MAGeorge Bond Jones and Benjamin Shreveas JONES, SHREVE & BROWN, listed in the 1855 city directory with shops at 226 Washington and 1 Summer Streets.
Brown, Seth Eastman1857/1863Boston, Suffolk, MABenjamin Shreveas SHREVE, BROWN & Co.
Brown, William Henry1851/1880Waterbury, New Haven, CTPhilo, William, Augustus, and James Brownas BROWN & BROTHERS. Originally working in a variety of metals, the firm began manufacturing silverplated wares in 1874.
Brown, William1851/1880Waterbury, New Haven, CTPhilo, Augustus, William Henry, and James Brownas BROWN & BROTHERS. Originally working in a variety of metals, the firm began manufacturing silverplated wares in 1874.
Browne, Liberty1801/1809Baltimore, MDJohn Houltonas BROWNE & HOULTON.
Browne, Liberty1810/1811Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAWilliam Sealas BROWNE & SEAL
Buckingham, Johnbef 1850Waterbury, New Haven, CTWilliam Henry and James Mitchel Lamson Scovillas SCOVILLS & BUCKINGHAM
Budlong, James E.cir 1860Providence, Providence, RIDavid Brainard Blakeas D. B. BLAKE & Co.
Buell, Abel1798New Haven, New Haven, CT? Mixas BUEL & MIX.
Buell, Abel1799/1800New Haven, New Haven, CTDavid Greenleafas BUEL & GREENLEAF.
Buell, Dwight Hawley1858/1861Hartford, Hartford, CTThomas H. Steeleas T. STEELE & Co.
Buell, Dwight Hawley1866/1874Hartford, Hartford, CTCharles J. Woodas D. H. BUELL & Co.
Buell, Timothy F.1855Cazenovia, Madison, NYAustin W. Van Riper as VAN RIPER & BUELL, having purchased the factory of John Williams.
Buffington, John Murry1869/1902Providence, Providence, RIIsaac M. Potteras POTTER & BUFFINGTON.
Bull, Caleb1780/1783Hartford, Hartford, CTNorman Morrisonas BULL & MORRISON. Available records indicate Morrison was the silversmith and Bull the businessman of the firm. Morrison was lost at sea in 1783 and in 1788 Caleb Bull married his widow. A significant ad appeared in The Connecticut Courant of Sept. 17, 1791, placed by Frederick Bull, auctioneer: " Selling at store of Caleb Bull a valuable set of silversmith's tools".
Bullen, George Russellcir 1867Worcester, Worcester, MAHenry Harringtonas HARRINGTON & BULLENS, with a shop at 195 Main Street.
Bundy, Harlow E.1889Binghamton, Broome, NYWillard L. Bundyas the Bundy Manufacturing Company, making the first time clocks. This was the beginning of what became, in 1924, International Business Machines Corporation.
Bundy, J. Leland1894Rochester, Monroe, NYF. A. Frickas the Willard and Frick Manufacturing Company, making the first punch card time recorders.
Bundy, Willard Le Grand1889Binghamton, Broome, NYHarlow Bundyas the Bundy Manufacturing Company, making the first time clocks. This was the beginning of what became, in 1924, International Business Machines Corporation.
Burdick, William Pendleton1813/1814New Haven, New Haven, CTThomas Uffordas UFFORD & BURDICK.
Burdick, William Pendleton1816/1819Ithaca, Tompkins, NYJoseph Burrittas BURDICK & BURRITT.
Burger, John1779/1783New York City, New York, NYMyer Myers 
Burger, Johncir 1775New York City, New York, NY? Prichardas BURGER & PRICHARD.
Burnap, Elacir 1809Boston, Suffolk, MA? Jamesas BURNAP AND JAMES, listed in 1809 Boston Directory as watchmakers and jewelers.
Burnett, Charles Alexander1796/1806Georgetown, District Of Columbia, DCJohn E. Rigdenas BURNETT & RIGDEN.
Burnham, Edmund Bennett1821/1822Salisbury, Rowan, NCZebulon Elliottas ELLIOTT & BURNHAM.
Burr, Christopher1813/1818Providence, Providence, RIJabez Gorham, William Hadwen, George Clark, and Henry Mumford 
Burr, Cornelius A.1857/1863Rochester, Monroe, NYJohn T. Foxas C. A. BURR & Co. Firm sold to SUNDERLIN & WEAVER in 1864.
Burr, Edward Whitecir 1845/1850New York City, New York, NYAndrew Stevensas BURR & STEVENS, with a shop at 315 Broadway
Burr, Ezekiel1792/1810Providence, Providence, RIWilliam C. Burras E. & W. BURR
Burr, Ezekiel1815/1819Providence, Providence, RISamuel W. Leeas BURR & LEE.
Burr, William C.1792/1810Providence, Providence, RIEzekiel Burras E. & W. BURR
Burritt, Edwin Joseph1864Ithaca, Tompkins, NYJoseph Curtis Burritt and Uri Clarkas BURRITT, CLARK & Co.
Burritt, Edwin Josephcir 1865/1870Ithaca, Tompkins, NYJoseph Curtiss Burritt and Frederick William Brooksas BURRITT, BROOKS & Co., listed in city directories at 34 Owego Street.
Burritt, Joseph Curtiss1838/1862Ithaca, Tompkins, NYJoseph Burrittas J. BURRITT & SON.
Burritt, Joseph Curtiss1864Ithaca, Tompkins, NYUri Clark and Edwin Joseph Burrittas BURRITT, CLARK & Co.
Burritt, Joseph Curtisscir 1865/1870Ithaca, Tompkins, NYEdwin Joseph Burritt and Frederick William Brooksas BURRITT, BROOKS & Co., listed in city directories at 34 Owego Street.
Burritt, Joseph1816/1819Ithaca, Tompkins, NYWilliam Pendleton Burdickas BURDICK & BURRITT.
Burritt, Joseph1838/1862Ithaca, Tompkins, NYJoseph Curtiss Burrittas J. BURRITT & SON.
Burwell, Fitch Welch1855Norfolk, Norfolk, VA? Winshipas BURNELL & WINSHIP.
Butler, John1761/1765Falmouth, Cumberland, MEPaul Littleas BUTLER & LITTLE
Butler, Nathaniel1805/1807Utica, Oneida, NYJohn Osburnas BUTLER & OSBURN.
Butler, Nathaniel1807/1815Utica, Oneida, NYCharles Joseph Jay DeBerardas BUTLER & BERARD.
Butterfield, Rebecca Damon1891/1892North Attleboro, Bristol, MAFlorence, Josephine, and Florence Whitingas F. M. WHITING. At the death of Frank Mortimer Whting, his business was continued by his widow, mother, and two sisters. In 1895, the company was converted to a stock company under the name F. M. WHITING & Co. In 1896, the firm's name was changed to FRANK. M. WHITING & Co. after a lawsuit brought by WHITING MANUFACTURING. The firm was also required to drop its griffin mark. In 1924, it was sold to Ellmore Silver Co.
Byrnes, Thomas1790/1793Wilmington, New Castle, DEBancroft Woodcockas WOODCOCK & BYRNES.

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