William Stillman Willis
Boston, MA 1830-1841
Worked with his father in the firm of S. Willis & Co. Silversmith and jeweler.
Thomas T. Wilmot (b. 1804)
Charleston, SC 1837-1841 and Savannah, GA 1843-c. 1850
Was in the partnership of S. & T. Wilmot with Samuel Wilmot 1837-1841.
Thomas Wilmot opened his own shop in Savannah, GA in 1843 and a
second shop in Columbus, GA in 1844. It is believed both shops closed in 1850.
Samuel Wilmot, Jr.
Charleston, SC 1837-c. 1841 and Savannah, GA c. 1850-1856
Partnered with Thomas T. Wilmot in the firm of S. & T.T. Wilmot
1837-1841. Was in the partnership of Wilmot & Richmond with
Henry A. Richmond c. 1853-1856.
Stillman Willis / S. Willis & Co.
Boston, MA 1810-1837
Was in the partnership of S. Willis & Co. with son
William S. Willis 1829-1833.
Wilmort Manufacturing Co.
Chicago, IL 1917-1930
Makers of sterling and silverplated silverware, crumb sweepers, and novelties.
The mark shown is from a silverplated item.
Philadelphia, PA 1794-1813
In the partnership of Richards & Williamson with
Samuel R. Richards, Jr. 1797-1800.
William Alexander Williams
Alexandria, VA 1811-1834 and Washington, DC 1834-1846
Daniel M. Williams
Winchester, TN c. 1860
Silversmith and jeweler.
Williams & Victor
Lynchburg, VA 1813-1845
Partnership of Jehu Williams, Sr. and John Victor, ending
upon the death of Victor in 1845. Silversmiths, watch and
Roger Williams Silver Co.
Providence, RI 1901-1913
Taken over by Mount Vernon Co. Silversmiths in 1913.
Philadelphia, PA 1793 and c. 1818-1819; Alexandria, VA 1795-1796;
and Washington, DC c. 1809-1810
Hamilton, NY 1838-1844
Deodat Williams (d. 1857)
Boston, MA 1811-1821
In the partnerships of Welles & Williams c. 1813 and James &
Williams c. 1816. Worked in the soda shop business after 1821.
Williams to Wilmot
Boston, MA c. 1840
Samuel Wilmot, Sr. (b. 1777 d. 1846)
New Haven, CT 1798-1808; Georgetown, SC 1824-1835; and
Charleston, SC 1837-1846
Was in the firm of Wilmot & Stillman with Benjamin Stillman 1800-1808.