Garner & Winchester
Lexington, KY  1842-1862  
Eli C. Garner, Sr. and Daniel Frank Winchester.
Baldwin Gardiner / B. Gardiner & Co.
Philadelphia, PA 1814-1826 and New York, NY 1827-1847
Was in the partnerships of Gardiner & Veron with Lewis Veron 1815-1817
and Gardiner, Veron & Co. 1817-1825, both fancy hardware merchants.  
Operated B. Gardiner & Co. in 1835 as a silversmith and retailer.
Garden Silversmiths
New York, NY  c. 1960-Present  
Acquired Arrowsmith Silver c. 1966.  Acquired the dies of Apollo Silver Co. and
Bernard Rice & Sons.  Makers of sterling flatware and holloware.
Thomas Cresson Garrett / T.C. Garrett & Co.
Philadelphia, PA  1828-1866  
Was in the partnership of Philip Garrett & Son with his father
Philip Garrett 1828-1835.  Ran the business of T.C. Garrett & Co.
1841-1855.  Was master to Samuel Biddle.
Philip Garrett
Philadelphia, PA  1800-1835  
Was in partnership with his son Thomas Cresson Garret as
Philip Garret & Son 1828-1835.
Eli C. Garner
Lexington, KY  c. 1839-1877  
Was in the partnership of Garner & Winchester 1842-1862.
John Gardiner
New London, CT  1760-1776
Eliakim Garretson
Wilmington, DE  c. 1785-1811
William Garland
New York, NY  c. 1820-1840
J. & A. Gardiner
St. Louis, MO  1853-1873  
James M. Gardiner and Andrew Gardiner.
Albert J. Gannon
Philadelphia, PA  1906-1914  
Went by Albert J. Gannon Company beginning 1911.
Francis Garden
Charleston, SC c. 1741 and Boston, MA 1745-1752
Thomas D. Gard / T.D. Gard Co.
St. John, NB, Canada 1856-1857 and Worcester, MA 1867-c. 1905
Silversmith and jeweler.  The business continued as the
T.D. Gard Co., manufacturing jewelers who made masonic
insignia, until c. 1931.
1916 T.D. Gard Co. Advertisement
Gaylord Silvercraft  
Wallingford, CT  c. 1920-1944  
Founded as a form of therapy by the
Gaylord Sanitarium, a hospital for
tuberculosis patients which eventually was converted to a rehabilitation
home for WWI veterans.
Gebelein Silversmiths
Boston, MA  1909-1968  
Makers of quality handwrought Arts & Crafts
sterling flatware, holloware, and novelties.
James Gaskins (Gafkins)
Portsmouth, VA 1780-1804 and 1806-1827 and
Norfolk, VA 1804-1806
Isaac Garrison
Pittsburgh, PA  c. 1850-1860
Nicholas Geffroy
Newport, RI  c. 1795-c. 1830  
Partnered with John Allen Shaw in the firm of John A. Shaw & Co.
c. 1795-1802.
Isaac Gere (Geer)
Northampton, MA  1793-1812
Gannon to Geffroy
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Gannon to Geffroy
James Geddy  (b. 1731  d. 1807)
Henrico County, VA 1757; Williamsburg, VA  1760-1777;
Dinwiddie County, VA 1778-1783; and Petersburg, VA 1783-1807  
Was in the partnership of James Geddy & Sons 1789 to c. 1800.
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