William Whitman Peabody
Amesbury, MA c. 1890-1930s
Owned the Peabody Craft Shop and worked as a silversmith for
George Gebelein in Boston. Member of the Boston Society of
Arts & Crafts. Maker of sterling Arts & Crafts handwrought flatware.
Pear & Bacall
Boston, MA 1848-1875
Partnership between Edward Pear and Thomas Bacall.
Portland, ME c. 1850-1892
In partnership with Thomas Pearson c. 1856 as M. & T. Pearson.
Pelletreau, Bennett & Cook
New York, NY 1826-1828
Maltby Pelletreau, John Bennett and D.C. Cook.
Pelletreau & Upson
Southampton, NY c. 1824
Maltby Pelletreau & Stephen Upson.
Walter Pearce / Walter Pearce & Co.
Norfolk, VA 1831-1842 and Mobile, AL 1844-1867
Worked as a bookkeeper for another jeweler in
Mobile 1855-1859 and was presumably not working
on his own during this time. Was in the partnership
of Walter Pearce & Co. 1859-1867.
Emmet T. Pell
New York, NY 1824-1841
Ashtabula, OH 1823
New York, NY 1813-1840
In the partnerships of Clark & Pelletreau c. 1819;
Pelletreau & Upson c. 1824; and Pelletreau, Bennett &
Cook with John Bennett and D.C. Cook 1826-1828.
Ronald Hayes Pearson
Rochester, NY c. 1950-1971 and Deer Isle, ME 1971-1997
One of the founders of Shop One in Rochester (in business 1952-1976).
Founded Ronald Hayes Pearson Design Studio in Maine in 1971; Pearson
died in 1997, and the Studio continues today. Maker of handwrought
modernist jewelry, accessories, sculpture and ecclesiastic items. Website.
Providence, RI c. 1823-1843
Silversmith and jeweler.
John M. Peddinghaus
Colchester, CT c. 1835-1865 and Marietta, OH 1866
New York, NY c. 1833-1835
John Gann Pearson / J.G. Pearson & Co.
Newburyport, MA 1849-c. 1880
Was in the partnership of J.G. Pearson & Co. c. 1849-1851.
John Peirce (Pierce)
Boston, MA 1809-1816
Peabody to Pelletreau
Peabody to Pelletreau
F.T. Pearce Co.
Providence, RI 1888-1918
Founded by Frank T. Pearce. Successor to Pearce & Hoagland. Manufacturer
of pens and related items.
M. & T. Pearson
Portland, ME c. 1820
Brothers Moses and Thomas Peason.
Pear & Brother
Boston, MA 1866-1913
Founded by Thomas and William B. Pear.
Williamsburg, VA 1812-1825 and Richmond, VA 1827-1837
Silversmith and watchmaker.
Fayetteville, NC 1823-1836 and Nashville, TN 1836-1850
Was involved in a number of partnerships:
Peabody & Champbell with John Campbell 1836-1837.
Peabody & Guiteau with Calvin Guiteau 1839-1843.
Gowdey & Peabody with Thomas Gowdey 1843-1847.
Alfred, NY and Durham, NH 1950s-1970s
New York, NY 1747-1750; Southampton, NY 1750-1776 and again
1782-1810; Simsbury, CT 1776-1780; Saybrook, CT 1780-1782
William Smith Pelletreau
Southampton, NY c. 1815 and New York, NY c. 1815-1825
Was in partnerships of Pelletreau & Van Wyck with
Stephen Van Wyck in New York, NY c. 1815 and later
Pelletreau & Richards with Thomas Richards c. 1825.