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Maltby, Douglas Fowler1862/1865Waterbury, New Haven, CT? Nortonas MALTBY, NORTON & Co.
Maltby, Douglas Fowler1873/1885Waterbury, New Haven, CTJohn Curtissas MALTBY, CURTISS & Co.
Maltby, Douglas Fowler1885/1890Waterbury, New Haven, CT? Henleyas MALTBY, HENLEY & Co.
Maltby, Douglas Fowler1890/1896Wallingford, New Haven, CTEraphras Chapman Maltby, Elizur Seneca Stevens, and John Curtissas MALTBY, STEVENS & CURTISS. The partners were bought out by Watrous Manufacturing and the company became a part of International Silver in 1898.
Maltby, Ellsworth Perry1870/1871New York City, New York, NYThomas Lippiat, Samuel F. B. Morse, and John Rogersas LIPPIAT SILVER PLATE & ENGRAVING Co.
Maltby, Eraphras Chapman1890/1896Wallingford, New Haven, CTDouglas Maltby, Elizur Seneca Stevens, and John Curtissas MALTBY, STEVENS & CURTISS. The partners were bought out by Watrous Manufacturing and the company became a part of International Silver in 1898.
Manchester, Giles1860/1889Providence, Providence, RIThomas Francis Fessendenas FESSENDEN & Co.
Mann, Alexandercir 1805Middletown, Middlesex, CT? Brownas BROWN & MANN
Mann, AlexanderOct 1803/Apr 1805Middletown, Middlesex, CTCharles Breweras BREWER & MANN.
Manning, Edward B.cir 1863/1870Meriden, New Haven, CTRobert Bowman and Joseph Henry Parsonsas MANNING, BOWMAN & Co.
Manning, Robert Turnercir 1865/1880Binghamton, Broome, NYAlfred J. EvansAs Evans & MANNINGas EVANS & MANNING, with a shop at 85 Washington, Binghamton.
Mansfield, Elisha Hyde1816/1819Norwich, New London, CTThomas Chester Coitas COIT & MANSFIELD. In 1816 the firm bought out the business of Judah Hart and expanded the variety of their merchandise ". . . a good assortment of Military Goods . . . elegant gold and gilt Hat loops; Sword knots. . ."
Manvel, William Cyrus1859/1860New York City, New York, NYJohn E. Bray & 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.
Marble, Simeon1801/1806New Haven, New Haven, CTClark Sibleyas SIBLEY & MARBLE with shop situated on Church Street next north of Trinity Church.
Marcus, George Elderaft 1892New York City, New York, NYHerman and William Marcusas MARCUS & Co.
Marcus, Herman1864/1877New York City, New York, NYTheodore B. Starras STARR & MARCUS, with a shop at 22 John Street. The firm was the exclusive retail outlet for Gorham silver in New York.
Marcus, Herman1884/1892New York City, New York, NYGeorge Benjamin Jaque and William Elder Marcusas JAQUES & MARCUS, moving to a new shop at 857 Broadway.
Marcus, Hermanaft 1892New York City, New York, NYWilliam and George Marcusas MARCUS & Co.
Marcus, William Elder1878/1884New York City, New York, NYGeorge Benjamin Jaquesas JAQUES & MARCUS, with a shop at 41 Union Square.
Marcus, William Elder1884/1892New York City, New York, NYGeorge Benjamin Jaque and Herman Marcusas JAQUES & MARCUS, moving to a new shop at 857 Broadway.
Marcus, William Elderaft 1892New York City, New York, NYHerman and George Marcusas MARCUS & Co.
Marcy, Frederick Ithamar1867/1878Providence, Providence, RIW. A. Sturdyas STURDY & MARCY.
Marcy, Frederick Ithamar1878/1882Providence, Providence, RICharles H. Smithas FRED I. MARCY & Co.
Marquand, Frederick1820/1828Savannah, Chatham, GAJosiah Penfield and Moses Eastmanas PENFIELD & Co.
Marquand, Frederick1825/1830New York City, New York, NYIsaac Marquandas MARQUAND & BROTHER. They continued at 166 Broadway with Isaac still listed in the city directory as a merchant and his son as a jeweler.
Marquand, Frederick1830/1833New York City, New York, NYIsaac & Josiah Penfield Marquand and Erastus Osborne Tompkinsas MARQUAND & BROTHERS.
Marquand, Frederick1833/1838New York City, New York, NYIsaac & Henry Gurdon Marquand, Erastus Osborne Tompkins, William Black, and Henry Ballas MARQUAND & Co., with a new store at 181 Broadway. After the death of Isaac Marquand, Frederick and Josiah left the firm, which became BALL, BLACK & THOMPKINS.
Marquand, FrederickJan 1820/1826Savannah, Chatham, GAJosiah Penfieldas J. PENFIELD & Co.
Marquand, Isaac1801/1810Savannah, Chatham, GACornelius Pauldingas MARQUAND & PAULDING.
Marquand, Isaac1809/1810New York City, New York, NYOrlando Harriman and Cornelius Pauldingas MARQUAND, HARRIMAN & Co.
Marquand, Isaac1810/1815Savannah, Chatham, GACornelius Paulding and Josiah Penfield
Marquand, Isaac1815/1823New York City, New York, NYErastus Bartonas E. BARTON & Co with a store at 166 Broadway.
Marquand, Isaac1825/1830New York City, New York, NYFrederick Marquandas MARQUAND & BROTHER. They continued at 166 Broadway with Isaac still listed in the city directory as a merchant and his son as a jeweler.
Marquand, Isaac1830/1833New York City, New York, NYFrederick & Josiah Penfield Marquand, Erastus Osborne Tompkins,as MARQUAND & BROTHERS.
Marquand, Isaac1833/1838New York City, New York, NYFrederick & Henry Gurdon Marquand, Erastus Osborne Tompkins, William Black, and Henry Ballas MARQUAND & Co., with a new store at 181 Broadway.
Marquand, Isaacbef 1791Fairfield, Fairfield, CTGamaliel Bradford Whitingas WHITING & MARQUAND.
Marsh, GeorgeFarmington, Hartford, CTWilliam Lewis Gilbertas MARSH, GILBERT & Co.
Marshall, Barker Burrellcir 1850/1860Milford, Worcester, MAEdward Marshallas MARSHALL BROTHERS.
Marshall, Edward Macycir 1850/1860Milford, Worcester, MABarker Marshallas MARSHALL BROTHERS.
Marshall, Justus William1858/1875Cazenovia, Madison, NYJohn Stone as STONE & MARSHALL
Marsters, Silas W.1852/1875New York City, New York, NYFrancis Brownas F. BROWN & Co, listed in the 1859 city directory at 112 Chatham Street.
Martin, Valentine1855/1860Boston, Suffolk, MAHenry T. Greenas MARTIN & GREEN.
Mason, Moses Henry1870Attleboro, Bristol, MASamuel Dunster Mason and Charles T. Draperas MASON, DRAPER & Co.
Mason, Samuel Dunster1870Attleboro, Bristol, MAMoses Henry Mason and Charles T. Draperas MASON, DRAPER & Co.
Mather, Thaddeus1827/1829New York City, New York, NYWilliam B. and Orren S. North and Thomas Matheras MATHER & NORTH.
Mather, Theodorecir 1840/1845Buffalo, Erie, NYJoseph Fitch Pitkinas MATHER & PITKIN with a shop at 196 Main Street.
Mather, Thomas1827/1829New York City, New York, NYWilliam B. and Orren S. North and Thaddeus Matheras MATHER & NORTH.
Mathewson, Joseph BallouProvidence, Providence, RIC. H. S. Hubbard, H. A. Munroe, and C. H. Cookeas J. B. MATHEWSON & Co. with a shop at 61 Peck Street.
Mathewson, Nathan Fuller1849/1853Providence, Providence, RIWilliam C. Greeneas MATHEWSON & GREENE, with a shop at the corner of Westminster and Eddy Street.
Mathewson, Nathan Fulleraft 1863Providence, Providence, RIIsrael Remington Sheldon and William C. Greeneas I. R. SHELDON & Co, with a shop at 111 Summer Street.
Mathewson, Nathan Fullercir 1835Providence, Providence, RIBradford Allenas MATHEWSON & ALLEN, listed in the 1836 city directory with a shop on the corner of Pine and Rhodes Streets.
Mathewson, Nathan Fullercir 1853/1854Providence, Providence, RIWilliam C. Greene and John T. Mauranas MATHEWSON,GREENE & MAURAN.
Matson, Newell1864/1867Chicago, Cook, ILJames H. Hoesas MATSON & HOES.
Mauran, John Tylercir 1853/1854Providence, Providence, RINathan F. Mathewson and William C. Greeneas MATHEWSON,GREENE & MAURAN.
Mauran, John Tylercir 1854/1862Providence, Providence, RIWilliam C. Greene 
Maverick, Peter1817/1820New York City, New York, NYAsher Brown Durand 
May, Dennis Edgar1868/1869Concord, Essex, VTO. S. Bloodas MAY & BLOOD.
May, Dennis Edgar1869/1870Concord, Essex, VTHirum Adolphus Cuttingas MAY & CUTTING.
May, John Danforthcir 1865/1885Rockland, Knox, MEEdward Spearas SPEAR & MAY with a shop at 247 Main Street.
Mayhew, James Nelsoncir 1878/1880Indianapolis, Marion, INWheelock Peet Bingham and Julius C. Walkas BINGHAM, WALK & MAYHEW, with a shop at No. 12 East Washington Street.
Maynard, Clarendoncir 1850/1860Worcester, Worcester, MARufus Orestes Forbushas FORBUSH & MAYNARD. After about a decade, Forbush retired from business due to ill health.
Maynard, Robert Hinds1840/1849Buffalo, Erie, NY? Flaggas FLAGG & MAYNARD.
Mayo, John Browne 1867/1871 Chicago, Cook, ILMayo, William Maynard as W. M. & J. B. MAYO, with a shop at 130 State.
Mayo, William Maynard 1867/1871 Chicago, Cook, IL Mayo, John Browne as W. M. & J. B. MAYO, with a shop at 130 State.
McLeod, Augustus Dickinson cir 1867 Phelps, Ontario, NY Stanley A Banta as AUGUSTUS MCLEOD & Co.
McMullin, James1813/1814Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAJohn McMullin 
McMullin, John1811/1813Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAJames Blackas McMULLIN & BLACK.
McMullin, John1813/1814Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAJames McMullin 
Mead, Almon Ainsworth1846/1849Montpelier, Washington, VTElijah Bailey Witherellas WITHERILL & MEAD.
Mead, Almon Ainsworth1849/1857Montpelier, Washington, VTTruman Curtis Phinneyas PHINNEY & MEAD.
Mead, Edmund Potterabt 1850Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAJohn O. and James Meadas JOHN O. MEAD & SONS.
Mead, Edward1831/1832Ithaca, Tompkins, NYCornelius Brouwer De Riemer and Edwin Adrianceas MEAD, ADRIANCE & Co.
Mead, Edward1831/1832Ithaca, Tompkins, NYCornelius Brouwer De Riemeras DE RIEMER & MEAD.
Mead, Edward1836/1842Saint Louis, St. Louis, MOEdwin Adrianceas MEAD & ADRIANCE.
Mead, Edwardcir 1832/1835Ithaca, Tompkins, NYEdwin Adrianceas MEAD & ADRIANCE.
Mead, James Perkinsabt 1850Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAJohn O. and Edmund Meadas JOHN O. MEAD & SONS.
Mead, John O.cir 1850Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA? Filleyas FILLEY & MEAD
Melville, Davidcir 1840/1845New York City, New York, NYJames Slackas DAVID MELVILLE & Co. with a shop at 56 Maiden Lane.
Meneely, Andrew1836/1838West Troy, Albany, NYJonas Volkat Oothoutas MENEELY & OOTHOUT, bell founders and instrument mmakers.
Merrill, Jonathan Ambrosecir 1856Portland, Cumberland, MEHenry C. Quinbyas MERRILL & QUINBY, with a shop at 131 Middle Street.
Merriman, Charles Granniss1847/1860Memphis, Shelby, TNJames E. Merrimanas J. E. MERRIMAN & Co, dealers in watches, jewelry, silverware, guns, and cutlery.
Merriman, James Edward1841/1847Memphis, Shelby, TNFrederick H. Clark as MERRIMAN & CLARK.
Merriman, James Edward1847/1860Memphis, Shelby, TNCharles G. Merrimanas J. E. MERRIMAN & Co, dealers in watches, jewelry, silverware, guns, and cutlery from a shop at 32 Front Row.
Merriman, James Edward1860/1870Memphis, Shelby, TNWilliam C. Byrdas MERRIMAN, BYRD & Co.
Merriman, Marcus1802New Haven, New Haven, CTBethuel Tuttleas MERRIMAN & TUTTLE
Merriman, Marcus1813/1817New Haven, New Haven, CTZebul Bradleyas MARCUS MERRIMAN & Co.
Merriman, Marcus1817/1826New Haven, New Haven, CTZebuel Bradleyas MERRIMAN & BRADLEY. Joined in 1823 by Charles O'Neal
Merriman, Marcus1826/1840New Haven, New Haven, CTZebul Bradleyas BRADLEY & MERRIMAN
Merriman, Tituscir 1810/1812Bristol, Hartford, CTButler Dunbaras MERRIMAN & DUNBAR.
Merriman, Tituscir 1812/1814Bristol, Hartford, CTButler Dunbaras MERRIMAN & DUNBAR.
Merriman, Tituscir 1822/1830Bristol, Hartford, CTJohn Birgeas MERRIMAN, BIRGE & Co.
Merritt, Samuel Fowler1849/1850New York City, New York, NYJ. B. Bowdenas BOWDEN & MERRITT, manufacturing jewellers on Dey Street.
Mershon, Ralph Smithcir 1865Zanesville, Muskingum, OHGeorge Amasa Jonesas JONES & MERSHON.
Messinger, Storrscir 1870Esperance, Schoharie, NYAvery Brazeeas MESSINGER & BRAZEE. Listed in the 1872/1873 Gazetteer and Business Directory of Schoharie County
Metcalf, Whiting1835/1845Providence, Providence, RIPeter Churchas CHURCH & METCALF, listed in the 1836 and 1844 city directories at 12 Steeple Street.
Michie, Henry Blisscir 1865/1900Cincinnati, Hamilton, OHWilliam Michieas MICHIE BROTHERS, with a shop at 173 West North Street.
Michie, Williamcir 1865/1900Cincinnati, Hamilton, OHHenry Bliss Michieas MICHIE BROTHERS, with a shop at 173 West North Street.
Miller, Abner Halsey1854/1860Newark, Essex, NJJames Wesley Milleras A. H. & J. W. MILLER. A branch store, A. H. MILLER & BROS., was founded in Chicago in 1854.
Miller, Friend1866Wallingford, New Haven, CTSamuel Simpson, Almer Ives Hall, Gurdon W. Hull, and Charles Dwight Yaleas SIMPSON, HALL, MILLER & Co. Became, in 1898, one of the founding members of International Silver.
Miller, Hezekiah Hale1865Meriden, New Haven, CTHorace and Jedediah Wilcox, Charles Parker, and Aaron Collinsas WILCOX BRITANNIA Co. In 1867, the name was changed to WILCOX SILVER PLATE Co.
Miller, James Wesleycir 1850/1860Newark, Essex, NJAbner Halsey Milleras A. H. & J. W. MILLER. In 1854, a branch store was opened in Chicago.
Miner, Gideon D.1872Middlebury, Addison, VTJudson A. Wrightas G. D. MINER & Co. The partners were also wool dealers and maintained an outlet on lower Main Street as WRIGHT & MINER.
Minott, Samuel1765/1769Charlestown, Suffolk, MAJosiah Austinas MINOTT & AUSTIN
Minott, Samuelcir 1770Boston, Suffolk, MAWilliam Simpkinsas MINOTT & SIMPKINS.
Mitchell, Samuel PhillipsOct 1, 1845/Jul 1, 1866Richmond, Richmond, VAJohn Henry Tyleras MITCHELL & TYLER. Both men were the former apprentices of William Mitchell and bought their master's business. The firm was eminently successful, but was eventually dissolved due to Samuel Mitchell's ill health.
Mitchell, WilliamFeb 11, 1818Richmond, Richmond, VAElisha Taftas TAFT & MITCHELL. It is not known if they manufactured any silver goods or were simply retailers.
Mixer, Charles Thomascir 1825Saco, York, ME? Putnamas PUTNAM & MIXER
Moir, John1844/1869New York City, New York, NYWilliam Moiras J. & W. MOIR, having bought Pell's shop at his retirement.
Moir, William1844/1869New York City, New York, NYJohn Moiras J. & W. MOIR, having bought Pell's shop at his retirement.
Monell, John I.cir 1826/1827New York City, New York, NYCharles M. Williamsas MONELL & WILLIAMS, listed in the 1826 city directory at 40 Rhynders Street.
Mood, John1816/1819Charleston, Charleston, SCPeter Moodas PETER MOOD & SON
Mood, John1819/1821Charleston, Charleston, SCPeter and Peter Moodas PETER MOOD & SONS
Mood, John1834/1841Charleston, Charleston, SCPeter Moodas J. & P. MOOD, with a shop at the Sign of the Crossed Spoons.
Mood, Peter1816/1819Charleston, Charleston, SCJohn Moodas PETER MOOD & SON
Mood, Peter1819/1821Charleston, Charleston, SCJohn and Peter Moodas PETER MOOD & SONS
Mood, Peter1819/1821Charleston, Charleston, SCPeter and John Moodas PETER MOOD & SONS
Mood, Peter1823/1825Charleston, Charleston, SCJohn Ewanas P. MOOD & Co., then MOOD & EWAN (1824)
Mood, Peter1834/1841Charleston, Charleston, SCJohn Moodas J. & P. MOOD, with a shop at the Sign of the Crossed Spoons.
Moore, Edward Chandlercir 1848/1855New York City, New York, NYJohn Chandler Mooreas J. C. MOORE & SON.
Moore, John Chandler1832/1836New York City, New York, NYGarrett Eoffas EOFF & MOORE
Moore, John Chandlercir 1848/1855New York City, New York, NYEdward Chandler Mooreas J. C. MOORE & SON. In 1851, Tiffany & Company contracted with the firm to produce silverware exclusively for them.
Morey, David Brown1841/1850Boston, Suffolk, MAThomas Smithas SMITH & MOREY, with a shop at 4 Market Street.
Morey, David Brown1850/1855Boston, Suffolk, MAThomas Smith and Reuben Oberas SMITH, OBER & Co, listed in the 1850 city directory at 3 Haverhill Street.
Morey, David Brown1855Boston, Suffolk, MAThomas Smith and Reuben Oberas MOREY, OBER & Co, listed in the 1855 city directory at 5 and 7 Haverhill Street.
Morey, David Brown1860Boston, Suffolk, MAThomas Smithas MOREY & SMITH, listed in the city directory at 49 Haverhill Street.
Morgan, Chauncey1858/1860Hartford, Hartford, CTMiles Ingrahamas MORGAN & INGRAHAM, silverplaters, working from a shop at 55 Pearl Street, the former address of SEYMOUR & LINDSLEY.
Morgan, Elijah1805/1806Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, NYHarvey Sadd 
Morgan, Elijah1806/1807Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, NYHarry Cookas MORGAN & COOK.
Morgan, Elijah1832/1836Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, NYWilliam S. Morganas E. MORGAN & SON
Morgan, William S.1832/1838Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, NYElijah Morgan 
Morong, Thomas1820Boston, Suffolk, MAThomas Aspinwall Davisas DAVIS & MORONG. Listed In Boston Directory as jewelers.
Morrell, William M.1827/1830New York City, New York, NYThomas Richardsas RICHARDS & MORRELL.
Morris, Dennis1875/1879Wallingford, New Haven, CTRobert, Robert B., George H., Henry L., Frank A., and William J. Wallace, and W. J. Leavenworthas WALLACE BROTHERS, manufactururing silverplated cast steel flatware and hollowware. The firm was absorbed into R. WALLACE & SONS on 23 June 1879.
Morrison, Norman1780/1783Hartford, Hartford, CTCaleb Bullas 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".
Morse, George H.1865/1870Boston, Suffolk, MAOtis Pearce Tuttleas MORSE & TUTTLE, listed in the 1870 city directory at 114 Tremont Streeet.
Morse, George H.cir 1845/1865Boston, Suffolk, MAJoseph W. Tuttleas MORSE & TUTTLE, listed in city directories at 70 Washington Street.
Morse, George1834Attleboro, Bristol, MAIra Richards and Hervey Manning Richardsas IRA RICHARDS & Co.
Morse, Georgecir 1830/1834Attleboro, Bristol, MAHervey Manning Richardsas MORSE & RICHARDS.
Morse, Henry Dutton1861/1863Boston, Suffolk, MAFrancis Hunnewell and Samuel Trevitt Crosbyas CROSBY, HUNNEWELL & MORSE
Morse, Henry Dutton1864/1868Boston, Suffolk, MASamuel Trevitt Crosbyas CROSBY & MORSE, listed in the 1865 city directory at 240 Washington Street.
Morse, Henry Dutton1869/1875Boston, Suffolk, MASamuel Trevitt Crosby and Charles M. Fossas CROSBY, MORSE & FOSS.
Morse, Samuel Finley Breese1870/1871New York City, New York, NYThomas Lippiat, Ellsworth Perry Maltby, and John Rogersas LIPPIAT SILVER PLATE & ENGRAVING Co.
Morse, Sidney Levi1865/1869Attleboro, Bristol, MAD. H. Smith, Hartford Augustus Capron, and Samuel Nelson Carpenteras D. H. SMITH & Co.
Moses, Artemascir 1817/1825Middlebury, Addison, VTOrrin Mosesas O. & A. MOSES
Moses, Orrincir 1817/1825Middlebury, Addison, VTArtemas Mosesas O. & A. MOSES.
Mott, Jacob Hopper1836/1835New York City, New York, NYJordon Mott, Sr and Jr.as J. H. & JORDON MOTT Jr.
Mott, Jordan1797/1801New York City, New York, NY? Mitchellas MITCHELL & MOTT, with a shop at 247 Pearl Street. Mott also maintained separate listings in 1798 at 104 Gold Street and in 1802-1803 at 39 Frankfort Street.
Mott, Jordan1804/1809New York City, New York, NYJacob Morrellas MOTT & MORRELL. After Morrell died in 1808, the partnership was continued by his widow.
Mott, Jordan1835/1836New York City, New York, NYJacob and Jordon Mott Jras J. H. & JORDAN MOTT, Jr., listed in the 1836 city directory at 9 Nassau Street.
Mott, Jordan1835/1836New York City, New York, NYJacob and Jordon Mott Sras J. H. & JORDON MOTT Jr.
Moulton, Abelcir 1818/1820Newburyport, Essex, MADavid Woodas MOULTON & WOOD.
Moulton, Abelcir 1820/1830Newburyport, Essex, MAJohn Wheelwright Davis 
Moulton, Josephcir 1796Newburyport, Essex, MATheophilus Bradburyas MOULTON & BRADBURY. Their shop was located on Merrimack Street and they produced plated buckles.
Moulton, Williamcir 1880Newburyport, Essex, MAJohn Enoch Luntas MOULTON & LUNT.
Mowry, Delmont E.Providence, Providence, RIHenry A. Kirbyas KIRBY & MOWRY, with a shop at 177 Harrison.
Mudge, George Ansleycir 1870Boston, Suffolk, MAMarshman W. Sanbornas MUDGE & SANBORN, with a shop at 47 West Street.
Mulford, John Hutchinson1832/1842Albany, Albany, NYWilliam Boydas BOYD & MULFORD.
Mulford, John Hutchinson1842/1860Albany, Albany, NYWillam Wendellas MULFORD & WENDELL, listed in Munsell's 1852 City Directory at 480 Broadway. In the late 1850s, the firm also did jobbing work as silverplaters.
Mulford, Robert LAlbany, Albany, NYWilliam Wendell and William P. Feltmanas MULFORD, WENDELL & Co.
Munger, Asacir 1818/1820Auburn, Cayuga, NYJ. H. Benedictas MUNGER & BENEDICT.
Munger, Asacir 1840Auburn, Cayuga, NYAustin Erastus Mungeras A. MUNGER & SON.
Munger, AsaMay 1833/Nov 1833Auburn, Cayuga, NYThaddeus Benedictas 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.
Munger, Austin Erastuscir 1840Auburn, Cayuga, NYAsa Mungeras A. MUNGER & SON.
Munger, Sylvester1824/1825Ithaca, Tompkins, NYAbraham J. Dodgeas MUNGER & DODGE.
Munger, Sylvester1826/1834Ithaca, Tompkins, NYDaniel Prattas MUNGER & PRATT.
Munn, Elishacir 1824Greenfield, Franklin, MAAlbert Jonesas MUNN & JONES.
Munroe, Nathaniel1826/1829Baltimore, Baltimore, MDD. Holmanas MUNROE & HOLMAN. Shop at 222 Baltimore Street in 1827.
Murdock, James Hooper1865/1870Woodstock, Windsor, VTJames R. Murdockas J. H. MURDOCK & SON.
Murdock, James Russell1865/1870Woodstock, Windsor, VTJames Hooper Murdockas J. H. MURDOCK & SON.
Murdock, James1822/1826Utica, Oneida, NYElon Andrewsas MURDOCK & ANDREWS.
Murdock, James1826/1838Utica, Oneida, NYElon Andrews and Julius Augustus Spenceras JAMES MURDOCK & Co.
Murdock, James1838/1849Utica, Oneida, NYElon Andrewsas MURDOCK & ANDREWS.
Murdock, James1849/1850Utica, Oneida, NYSelden Collinsas MURDOCK & COLLINS.
Myer, Henry Beekman1835/1837Buffalo, Erie, NYJames McClanahanas MYER & MCCLANAN.
Myer, Henry Beekman1842/1844Buffalo, Erie, NYGeorge Teller and Joseph S. Fernaldas MYER, TELLER & FERNALD, listed in the 1844 city directory at 167 Main Street.
Mygatt, Eli1793/1807Danbury, Fairfield, CTDaniel Noble Carrington and Najah TaylorWith shop and store located on Main Street.

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