W.M. Root & Bro.
Pittsfield, MA  c. 1856  
Washington McDonough Root.
Rogers & Cole
New Britain, CT  1830-1832  
Asa H. Rogers and John A. Cole, spoon makers.
Root & Chaffee
Pittsfield, MA 1840-1849
A partnership between Washington M. Root and
Frederick A. Chaffee.
William Rogers & Son
Hartford, CT  1857-1861 and 1869-1873  
William Hazen Rogers and son William Henry Rogers.  
Precursor to the Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co.
F.B. Rogers Silver Co.
Shelburn Falls, MA 1883-1886 and Taunton, MA 1886-c. 2000  
Renamed the West Silver Co. 1887-c. 1908.  Became a division of National
Silver Co. in 1955.  Sold to Boardman in 1985, and manufacturing was moved
to Europe and Asia.  Primarily silverplated goods, some sterling.  
Rokesley Shop
Cleveland, OH  c. 1904-1920s  
Louis Rorimer, Mary Blakeslee, and Ruth Smedley.  Makers of Arts &
Crafts style flatware, holloware, and jewelry.  
Daniel Rogers (b. 1735 d. 1816)
Ipswich, MA  c. 1756-1816
Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co.
Hartford, CT  1865-1990s  
One of the companies to form International Silver in 1898.
See
flatware patterns.
Rogers & Wendt
Boston, MA  c. 1850-1856  
Augustus Rogers & John R. Wendt.  Precursor to John R. Wendt & Co.
Rogers, Lunt & Bowlen   See Lunt Silversmiths
1905 Lunt Mount Vernon Catalog
Charles Boudinot Root
Raleigh, NC  1843-1860
Rogers to Root
Rogers to Root
A. Rogers Jr. & Co.
New Britain, CT 1832-1834 and Hartford, CT 1834-1838  
Founded by brothers Asa and William Hazen Rogers.
L.M. & A.C. Root
Pittsfield, MA  c. 1830-1840  
Brothers Laurens M. Root and Aurelius C. Root.
Margaret Rogers
Boston, MA  1910s
Arts & Crafts era silversmith.  Received the Society of Arts & Crafts
Boston Medal of Excellence in 1915.  
Ronson Corp.
Newark, NJ  1886-Prsent
A well known cigarette lighter manufacturer, they made a sterling
lighter/cigarette urn set named Jubilee in 1954.  
William Rollinson
New York, NY  c. 1785
Washington McDonough Root
Pittsfield, MA  1840-1875
Was a partner in a number of firms:
Root & Chaffee 1840-1949.
Root, Chaffee & Baird with Frederick Chaffee and Prentice Baird 1849-1850.
W.M. Root & Bro. c. 1856.
W.M. Root & Co. with Charles C. Childs c. 1858-1859.
W.M. Root & Son with Wellington S. Root c. 1873-1875.
William Hazen Rogers / Wm. Rogers & Co.
Hartford, CT  1825-1862
Was in the partnerships of:
Church & Rogers with Joseph Church 1825-1836.
Asa Rogers, Jr. & Co. with brother Asa Rogers 1832-1834.
Wm. Rogers & Co. with Simeon S. Rogers 1841-1854.
Rogers & Mead with Asa Rogers & J.O. Mead 1845-1846.
Rogers Bros. with Asa Rogers and Simeon Rogers 1847-1853.  
Wm. Rogers & Son with William Henry Rogers 1857-1861 and 1869-1873.
Rogers, Smith & Co. 1857-1861.
Rogers & Bro. 1858-1873.
William Rogers Mfg. Co. 1865-1869.
William Henry Rogers
Hartford, CT  
Was a partner in the firm of William Rogers & Son with
his father William Hazen Rogers 1857-1861 and again
1869-1873.  He partnered with Edward R. Fifield 1863-1865
and then worked for the William Rogers Mfg. Co. 1865-1869.  Rogers worked as a silverplater 1873-1878,
making goods for the Meriden Britannia Co.  From 1878 to 1895 he oversaw the flatware manufacturing
division of Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co.  Rogers died in 1896.
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