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Gale, William Turner1863/1865Boston, Suffolk, MAJonas A. Eaton and James Pardon Snowas GALE, EATON & SNOW.
Gale, William Turner1865/1870Boston, Suffolk, MAJames Pardon Snowas GALE, SNOW & Co.
Gardiner, Baldwin1814/1817Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAThomas Charles FletcherTogether with brother Sydney, as FLETCHER & GARDINER with shop at Chestnut and Third Street.
Gardiner, Baldwin1815/1826Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PALewis Veronas GARDINER & VERON, fancy hardware merchants with a shop at 93 Chestnut Street.
Gardiner, Sidney1809/1810Boston, Suffolk, MAThomas Charles Fletcheras FLETCHER & GARDINER.
Gardiner, Sidney1810/1827Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAThomas Charles FletcherWith brother Baldwin as FLETCHER & GARDINER with shop at Third and Chestnut Street.
Gardner, Elizabeth1798/1800Providence, Providence, RIJohn Charles Jenckesas JENKES & Co. The Impartial Observer (Sept. 1, 1800) and the U. S. Observe (Sept. 18, 1800) reported the partnership of John Gibbs' former apprentice, John C. Jenckes, and Gibb's widow, Elizabeth. The firm was dissolved on 01 Aug 1800.
Garrett, Amoscir 1855/1880Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAGeorge Bishop Garrettas GARRETT & SON.
Garrett, George Bishopcir 1855/1890Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAAmos Garrettas GARRETT & SON. It is not known when Amos retired from the firm, but the name remainded unchanged.
Garrett, Phillip1828/1835Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAThomas Cresson Garrettas PHILIP GARRETT & SON.
Garrett, Thomas Cresson1828/1835Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAPhillip Garrettas PHILIP GARRETT & SON
Gelston, George Sears1837/1838New York City, New York, NYHenry Gelstonas GELSTON & Co., with a shop at 1 Astor House, Broadway.
Gelston, George Sears1839/1844New York City, New York, NYWilliam Fittock Laddas GELSTON, LADD & Co.
Gelston, George Sears1844/1849New York City, New York, NY? Treadwellas GELSTON & TREADWELL.
Gelston, George Searscir 1835New York City, New York, NY? Porteras G. S. GELSTON & PORTER.
Gelston, Henry1837/1838New York City, New York, NYGeorge Sears Gelstonas GELSTON & Co.
Gelston, Hugh1816/1821Baltimore, Baltimore, MDJames Gouldas GELSTON & GOULD from shop at corner of Baltimore and South Charles Streets.
Gelston, Hughcir 1816/1825Boston, Suffolk, MAGeorge Wellesas GEORGE WELLES & Co, importers of jewelry and military regalia at 56 Cornhill.
Gelston, Maltby1820/1827Boston, Suffolk, MAHenry D. Wolcottas WOLCOTT & GELSTON, with a shop at 57 Cornhill.
Geoffroy, Nicholasbef 1802Newport, Newport, RIJohn A. Shawas JOHN A. SHAW & Co.
Gerould, James Harvey1825Keene, Cheshire, NHSamuel Allen Gerouldas S. A. & J. H. GEROULD.
Gerould, Samuel Allen1825Keene, Cheshire, NHJames Harvey Gerouldas S. A. & J. H. GEROULD.
Gerould, Samuel Allencir 1849/1867Keene, Cheshire, NHSamuel Allen Gerouldas S. A. GEROULD & SON.
Gerould, Samuel Allencir 1849/1867Keene, Cheshire, NHSamuel Allen Gerouldas S. A. GEROULD & SON.
Gerould, Samuel Allencir 1867/1869Keene, Cheshire, NHJ. C. Richardson and A. R. Skinneras GEROULD, RICHARDSON & SKINNER.
Gerrish, Oliver1858/1877Portland, Cumberland, MENathaniel Pearsonas GERRISH & PEARSON with shop at 74 Exchange Street.
Giddings, Soloman Parks1868/1872Rutland, Rutland, VTHorace G., Alanda W., and Norman Clark and Hiram Adamsas CLARKS, GIDDINGS, & ADAMS.
Giddings, Soloman Parks1869/1870Rutland, Rutland, VTHiram E. Adamsas GIDDINGS & ADAMS.
Giffing, Christopher1816New York City, New York, NYHenry Hebardas GIFFING & HEBARD.
Giffing, William1809/1814Geneva, Ontario, NYJohn Sweeneyas GIFFING & SWEENEY.
Gilbert, William LewisFarmington, Hartford, CTGeorge Marshas MARSH, GILBERT & Co.
Gilman, Nathaniel Jenks1846Portland, Cumberland, MERobert Follansbeeas GILMAN & FOLLANSBEE
Gleason, Edward1850/1871Dorchester, Suffolk, MARoswell and Roswell Gleasonas R. GLEASON & SONS, manufacturers of Britannia and silverplate goods.
Gleason, Franklin Averill1846/1848Rome, Oneida, NYJohn Storr Hoveyas GLEASON & HOVEY.
Gleason, James Richardsoncir 1865/1875Boston, Suffolk, MAGeorge Foyeas FOYE & GLEASON, listed in city directories at 195 Washington Street.
Gleason, Roswell1850/1871Dorchester, Suffolk, MARoswell and Edward Gleasonas R. GLEASON & SONS, manufacturers of Britannia and silverplate goods.
Gleason, Roswell1850/1871Dorchester, Suffolk, MARoswell and Edward Gleasonas R. GLEASON & SONS, manufacturers of Britannia and silverplate goods.
Goddard, Danielbef 1817Shrewsbury, Worcester, MALuther Goddard 
Goddard, Danielcir 1830/1842Worcester, Worcester, MAParley Goddardas P. & D. GODDARD.
Goddard, Danielcir 1845Worcester, Worcester, MALuther Daniel Goddardas D. GODDARD & SON.
Goddard, Luther Danielcir 1845Worcester, Worcester, MADaniel Goddardas D. GODDARD & SON.
Goddard, Lutherbef 1817Shrewsbury, Worcester, MADaniel Goddard 
Goddard, NicholasJul 3, 1797/1807Rutland, Rutland, VTBenjamin Lordas LORD & GODDARD
Goddard, Parleycir 1830/1842Worcester, Worcester, MADaniel Goddardas P. & D. GODDARD.
Goodhue, Daniel Treadwell1847/1865Providence, Providence, RIGeorge Baker Goodhueas D. T. GOODHUE & SON with listings in New England Mercantile Union and New England Buisness directories.
Goodhue, George Baker1847/1865Providence, Providence, RIDaniel Treadwell Goodhueas D. T. GOODHUE & SON with listings in New England Mercantile Union and New England Buisness directories.
Gooding, Theodore P.cir 1870/1880Boston, Suffolk, MAGeorge E. Lyfordas GOODING & LYFORD. Their shop is first listed in city directories at 83 Washington Street, the old location of Josiah Gooding. By 1875, the firm was located at 211 Washington.
Goodnow, Silas Harthancir 1845Boston, Suffolk, MACharles W. Burbankas GOODNOW & BURBANK, listed in the city directory at 31 Washington Street.
Goodrich, Charles Whiting1816/1859New Orleans, Orleans, LAJames Nevins Hydeas HYDE & GOODRICH from shop at 15 Chartres Street.
Goodrich, William McLean1858/1861New Orleans, Orleans, LAA.L. Hyde, Henry Thomas, and Arthur Breese Griswoldas HYDE & GOODRICH.
Goodwin, Allyn1821/1825Hartford, Hartford, CTHorace Goodwinas H. & A. GOODWIN
Goodwin, Homer Michael1857Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OHRoyal Cowlesas COWLES & COMPANY.
Goodwin, Horace1811/1821Hartford, Hartford, CTThomas Doddas GOODWIN & DODD, taking over stand and watch and silversmith business of HEYDORN & IMLAY.
Goodwin, Horace1821/1825Hartford, Hartford, CTAllyn Goodwinas H. &. A. GOODWIN.
Gordon, John1856/1860Newburgh, Orange, NYWilliam R. Eaton and William Bogertas EATON, GORDON, & BOGERT. The firm supplied goods to BALL, BLACK & Co.
Gordon, John1860/1864Newburgh, Orange, NYWilliam Bogertas GORDON & BOGERT. As before, a great proportion, if not all, of the firm's holloware production was made for BALL, BLACK & Co.
Gorham, Charles Fieldcir 1858Providence, Providence, RIJames Daggett Yerrintonas GORHAM & YERRINTON.
Gorham, Charles Fieldcir 1860Providence, Providence, RI? Clarkas GORHAM, CLARK & Co.
Gorham, Charles Fieldcir 1863Providence, Providence, RIReuben L. Allenas GORHAM & ALLEN.
Gorham, Jabez1813/1818Providence, Providence, RIChristopher Burr, William Hadwen, George C. Clark and Henry G. Mumfordknown as "The Firm."
Gorham, Jabez1825/1831Providence, Providence, RIStanton Beebeas GORHAM & BEEDE, with a shop at 73 North Main Street.
Gorham, Jabez1831/1837Providence, Providence, RIHenry Lamson Websteras GORHAM & WEBSTER, with a shop at 12 Steeple Street.
Gorham, Jabez1837/1840Providence, Providence, RIHenry Lamson Websterr and William Gladding Priceas GORHAM, WEBSTER & PRICE. A
Gorham, Jabez1841/1850Providence, Providence, RIJohn Gorhamas J GORHAM & SON. Son John was one of the first to recognize the advantages of machinery and introduced factory production methods to augment hand work.
Gorham, John1841/1850Providence, Providence, RIJabez Gorhamas J GORHAM & SON. One of the first to recognize the advantages of machinery and introduced factory production methods to augment hand work.
Gorham, John1850/1852Providence, Providence, RIGorham Thurberas GORHAM & THURBER.
Gorham, John1852/1865Providence, Providence, RIGorham Thurber and Lewis Dexteras GORHAM & Co. This is the foundation of what became the Gorham Corporation.
Gorham, John1852/1875Providence, Providence, RIGorham Thurber and Lewis Dexteras GORHAM & Co. Dexter retired in 1861. Gorham declared bankruptcy in October 1875. The firm was continued in other hands and he remained as a general employee. In 1878, he appealed for re-instatement, but was declined.
Gorham, John1856Providence, Providence, RIGorham Thurber and Henry T. Brownas Gorham, Co. & Brown. This was a distribution outlet for silver goods and novelties; Henry Brown ran the shop.
Gorham, John1865/1898Providence, Providence, RIGorham Thurber and J. F. P. Lawtonas GORHAM MANUFACTURING Co.
Gorham, Richard1806/1809New Haven, New Haven, CTSamuel Shetharas SHETHAR & GORHAM. Shop on west side of High St. on land leased from Isaac Townsend. Partners sold the lease in 1809. Teaspoons with his mark and those bearing the mark of S & G have been found in the New Haven area.
Gould, James1816/1821Baltimore, Baltimore, MDHugh Gelstonas GELSON & GOULD. Their business listed at the corner of Baltimore and South Charles Streets in 1817. The partnership was ended March 30, 1821.
Gould, James1855/1858Baltimore, Baltimore, MDA. Stowell and William H. Wardas GOULD, STOWELL & WARD, a watch and clock making establishment at 168 Baltimore Street.
Gould, James1858/1864Baltimore, Baltimore, MDWilliam H. Wardas GOULD & WARD, continuing at 168 Baltimore Street.
Graves, Henry H.1852Middletown, Middlesex, CTJoshua Bradley Gravesas J. B. & H. H. GRAVES
Graves, Jesse1809/1816Cooperstown, Otsego, NYWilliam Nicholsas GRAVES & NICHOLS.
Graves, Joshua Bradley1848/1850Troy, Rensselaer, NYJohn H. Whitlockas GRAVES & WHITLOCK at 6 River Street.
Graves, Joshua Bradley1852Middletown, Middlesex, CTHenry H. Gravesas J. B. & H. H. GRAVES
Gray, William Henry1857/1877Boston, Suffolk, MAEdward Watson Libby (?)as GRAY & LIBBY at 159 Washington Street.
Green, Samuel1814/1817Boston, Suffolk, MARichard Austin
Green, Samuel1818/1819Boston, Suffolk, MAGeorge Richardson 
Greene, William Chaplin1849/1853Providence, Providence, RINathan Fuller Mathewsonas MATHEWSON & GREENE, with a shop at the corner of Westminster and Eddy Street.
Greene, William Chaplin1853/1854Providence, Providence, RINathan Fuller Mathewson and John Tyler Mauranas MATHEWSON, GREENE & MAURAN.
Greene, William Chaplin1854/1862Providence, Providence, RIJohn Tyler Mauranas GREENE, MAURAN & Co.
Greene, William Chaplin1866/1868Providence, Providence, RIAlfred A. Blissas GREENE & BLISS, with a shop on Pine Street.
Greene, William Chaplin1868/1872Providence, Providence, RICharles Henry Blissas GREENE & BLISS
Greene, William Chaplinaft 1863Providence, Providence, RIIsrael Remington Sheldon and Nathan Fuller Mathewsonas I. R. SHELDON & Co, with a shop at 111 Summer Street.
Greene, William1806/1807Providence, Providence, RIBarton Ingrahamas INGRAHAM & GREENE, from shop ". . . opposite the Baptist Meetinghouse."
Greene, Williambef 1805Providence, Providence, RINehemiah Dodge 
Greenleaf, David1799/1800New Haven, New Haven, CTAbel Buellas BUEL & GREENLEAF.
Greenleaf, David1804/1807Hartford, Hartford, CTFrederick Oakesas GREENLEAF & OAKES. Partnership was dissolved according to Connecticut Courant of Sept. 30, 1807 and each carried on alone.
Greenleaf, George Sullivancir 1865Boston, Suffolk, MACharles Oliver Libbey Chaseas CHASE & GREENLEAF, listed in the city directory as manufacturing jewelers at 8 Bromfield Street.
Gregg, William1838/1842Charleston, Charleston, SCNathaniel and Hezekiah Sidney Haydenas HAYDEN, GREGG & Co.
Gregg, William1843/1846Charleston, Charleston, SCNathaniel and Hezekiah Sidney Haydenas GREGG & HAYDEN.
Gregg, William1846/1852Charleston, Charleston, SCNathaniel and Hezekiah Sidney Haydenas GREGG, HAYDEN & Co.
Griffith, Charles Greenberry1816/1818Baltimore, Baltimore, MDGeorge Washington Riggsas RIGGS & GRIFFITH with a shop at 74 Baltimore Street.
Griffith, Greenbury1809Alexandria, Alexandria, VAJohn Gaitheras GRIFFITH & GAITHER.
Grilley, Henrycir 1790/1802Boston, Suffolk, MASamuel and Silas GrilleyCasting and finishing pewter button from a shop on Bunker Hill.
Grilley, Samuelcir 1790/1802Boston, Suffolk, MAHenry and Silas GrilleyCasting and finishing pewter button from a shop on Bunker Hill.
Grilley, Silas1802/1811Waterbury, New Haven, CTDaniel Clark and Abel & Levi Porteras ABEL PORTER & Co.
Grilley, Silascir 1790/1802Boston, Suffolk, MASamuel and Henry GrilleyCasting and finishing pewter button from a shop on Bunker Hill.
Grinnell, Brenton Blisscir 1836/1839New York City, New York, NYAlfred C. Peckhamas PECKHAM & GRINNELL, listed in the 1836 city directory at 13 John Street, the same address as William Vermilye Brady.
Griswold, Arthur Breese1861/1865New Orleans, Orleans, LAHenry Thomas, A.L. Abbott, and Henry Ginderas THOMAS, GRISWOLD & Co, successors to HYDE & GOODRICH.
Griswold, Arthur Breese1865/1869New Orleans, Orleans, LAAdolphe Himmelas A. B. GRISWOLD & Co.
Griswold, Ashbel1830/1842Meriden, New Haven, CTIra Couchas GRISWOLD & COUCH.
Griswold, Ashbel1852Meriden, New Haven, CTJames Ashbel Frary, Horace and Cornwall Dennis Cornwall Wilcox, Isaac Lewis, Lemuel Johnson CurtisWho, recognizing the shift in popular taste from pewter to britannia metal goods, founded the Meriden Britannia Company.
Griswold, Charles Wesleycir 1870/1880Avoca, Steuben, NYWilliam, Joel, and George Griswoldas GRISWOLD & BROTHERS, with a branch store in Hornellsville.
Griswold, Gaylord Hookercir 1831Utica, Oneida, NYBenjamin Franklin Brooksas B. F. BROOKS & Co.
Griswold, George Washingtoncir 1870/1880Avoca, Steuben, NYWilliam, Joel, and Charles Griswoldas GRISWOLD & BROTHERS, with a branch store in Hornellsville.
Griswold, Gilbertcir 1820Middletown, Middlesex, CTWilliam Griswold 
Griswold, Joabcir 1832/1835Utica, Oneida, NYBenjamin Franklin Brooksas BROOKS & GRISWOLD.
Griswold, Joel Wellingtoncir 1870/1880Avoca, Steuben, NYWilliam, Charles, and George Griswoldas GRISWOLD & BROTHERS, with a branch store in Hornellsville.
Griswold, Ogdencir 1850/1870Hartford, Hartford, CTElbridge G. Hastingsas HASTINGS & GRISWOLD, with a shop at 56 Asylum Street.
Griswold, William Delmarcir 1870/1880Avoca, Steuben, NYCharles, Joel, and George Griswoldas GRISWOLD & BROTHERS, with a branch store in Hornellsville.
Griswold, Williamcir 1820Middletown, Middlesex, CTGilbert Griswold 
Guild, Henrycir 1865/1880Boston, Suffolk, MACharles H. Delanoas GUILD & DELANO, manufacturing jewelers listed in city directories at 2 Winter Street.
Guild, William Grant1840/1870Attleboro, Bristol, MAWilliam Henry Robinsonas ROBINSON & Co., with a factory located on the west side of Old Post Road just south of Draper Avenue.
Guiteau, Calvin1839/1843Nashville, Davidson, TNJohn Peabodyas PEABODY & GUITEAU.
Gurnee, Benjamin1833/1837New York City, New York, NYStephen Gurneeas B & S GURNEE. Also listed as GURNEE BROS.
Gurnee, Stephen1833/1837New York City, New York, NYBenjamin Gurneeas B & S GURNEE. Also listed as GURNEE BROS.

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