Julius Hollister
Hartford, CT 1841-1846; Oswego, NY 1846 and 1850-1905; and
Greenfield, MA 1849  
Was in the partnership of Seymour & Hollister 1842-1846.
Littleton Holland
Baltimore, MD  1800-1847
Holland's
San Angelo, TX  1918-Present  
Founded by Chase Holland.  Makers of sterling western accessories and jewelry.
Hodgson, Kennard & Co.
Magnolia, MA  1896-1940s
Edgar W. Hodson and Arthur Wood Kennard.  Advertised in the 1920s as
jewelers and silversmiths; they retailed many silver items made by others.
Emmanuel Holsey
Williamsport, MD 1820-1821, Boonsboro, MD 1821-1822, and
Chambersburg, PA 1823-1839
The Holmes & Edwards Silver Co.
Bridgeport, CT 1882-1831 and Meriden, CT 1931-c. 1970
Founded in 1882 by George C. Edwards and Israel Holmes.
Best known as silverplate manufacturers, sterling flatware
production began in 1894 and was originally made for them
by the Campbell-Metcalf Silver Co.  Became a part of International Silver in 1898 who
continued to produce silver under the Holmes & Edwards name until about 1970.
Adrian Bancker Holmes, Jr.  (b. 1846)
Newark, NJ c. 1867-1889 and Oragne, NJ 1888-1890 (overlap)
Partnered with James S. Holmes in the firm of A.B. & J.S. Holmes 1886-1889.
Adrian Bancker Holmes
New York, NY  1801-1850
1895 Holmes & Edwards AD
Edward Hoell
Washington, NC 1819-1830 and Greenville, NC 1830-1847
Traveling silversmith working in various towns around Greenville.
George E. Homer
Boston, MA  1875-1990
Jeweler; maker of sterling and silverplated souvenir spoons.
Hood & Tobey
Albany, NY  1845-1854  
A partnership between Benjamin Lochlin Hood and
Edward M. Tobey.
Moses Kimball Holt
Haverhill, MA  1840-1848
Harry Hibbard Holton
Wells River, VT  c. 1849-c. 1888  
Went into partnership with his son Harry A. Holton as Harry Holton & Son
1880-c. 1888.
William Hookey
Newport, RI  c. 1764-c. 1799
Hodgson to Hookey
John M. Holloway
Baltimore, MD  1850-1858  
Frederick Hoffman (Hoffmann)
Philadelphia, PA  1816-1861
Was a partner in the firm of Bard & Hoffman 1837-1838.
John Holden
Quincy, MA 1820-1833 and 1842-1858; Castleton, VT c. 1833;
and Springfield, VT c. 1835-1841
William Homes, Sr. (Holmes)  (b. 1717  d. 1783)
Boston, MA  1739-1783
James H. Hoes
Milwaukee, WI 1856-1859, 1868-1880 and Chicago, IL 1859-1867
Was in numerous partnerships:
Loomis & Hoes with Lucius L. Loomis 1855-1857.
Matson, Loomis & Hoes 1857-1859.
Hoard & Hoes with Samuel H. Hoard 1859-1862.
James H. Hoes & Co. 1862-1863 and again c. 1872.
Matson & Hoes with Newell Matson 1864-1867.
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Benjamin L. Hood
Rochester, NY 1841; Buffalo, NY 1842-1844; Albany, NY 1845-1890
Silversmith and jeweler.  Was in the partnerships of Hood & Tobey in
Albany, NY 1845-1854 and Hood & Bro. with Henry O. Hood c. 1870-1871.
Henry Ralph Holman
Cincinnati, OH c. 1855-1857; Kansas City, MO 1859-1870;
Denver, CO 1875-1883; and Sioux City, IA 1895-1912