Cowell & Hubbard Co.
Cleveland, OH 1879-1990s
Cook & Goodman
Louisville, KY 1864-1869 Succeeded by Cook, Goodman & Co.
Charles August Wilkins Crosby
Boston, MA 1852-1894 Succeeded by C.A.W. Crosby & Son.
Clyde and Danville, NY
Lockport, NY c. 1840-1870 and
Manchester, MI c. 1873-1877
Enoch Conklin / E. Conklin & Co.
New York, NY c. 1835-1838 In the partnership of E. Conklin & Co.
1835-1837, advertised independently 1838.
S. & T. Child
Philadelphia, PA 1848-1896 Brothers Samuel T. Child and
Thomas T. Child, watchmakers and jewelers. Samuel and Thomas
retired in 1882 and the business was continued by their sons, Henry L.
Child and George C. Child. When Henry retired in 1896, the business continued under George's name alone.
Poughkeepsie, NY c. 1842-1854 Jeweler.
Clark, Coit & Cargill
New York, NY c. 1834-1836
Jerome A. Clark
Batavia, NY 1834-1885
Charles J. Cleaves
Biddford, ME c. 1855-1902 Watchmaker.
Cook & Jaques
Trenton, NJ 1871-1930s
E. Rezeau Cook and Samuel R. Jaques.
Watchmakers and jewelers.
Craft & Cutter
Indianapolis, IN 1870-1879 W. Harry Craft and H.P. Cutter,
watchmakers and jewelers.
The Clark-Sawyer Co.
Worcester, MA 1864-c. 1916 Founded by Thomas A. Clark and
Stephen Sawyer. House furnishings business.
Cogswell & Weber
Milwaukee, WI 1866-1870 Manufacturing jewelers.
Kimball P. Colfax
New York, NY 1831-1854 Jeweler.
Crooks & Metcalfe
Baltimore, MD 1893-1894
Cooke & Son
Petersburg, VA 1833-1837 William Cooke and his son
William A. Cooke.
James W. Cusack
Troy, NY 1855-1896 Watchmaker and jeweler.
Montreal, QU 1877-1930s Jeweler.
Cooke & White
Norfolk, VA c. 1829-1833 William Cooke and Andrew White.
Another branch was operated at the same time in Petersburg, VA,
under the name of White & Cooke.
William H. Cortelyou
New Brunswick, NJ c. 1850-1860 Watchmaker.
Asa C. Collier
Concord, MA c. 1845-1880
Clarke & Dixon
Manchester, NH 1882-1884 Stephen Clarke and James Dixon.
Child to Cuasck
Child to Cuasck
Benjamin S. Clark
Wilmington, DE 1838-1887 Jeweler.
William Stewart Cloyd
McKinney, TX c. 1860-1885 Watchmaker, jeweler, and gunsmith.
Francis Richard Crump
New York, NY c. 1842-1854 Watchmaker.
Aaron K. Cory
New Brunswick, NJ c. 1849-1851