Henry F. Miller
Providence, RI c. 1845-1860
Miller would go on to form Miller & Sons, a famous piano making company.
Meyran & Siedle
Pittsburgh, PA 1869-1873 Charles Meyran and Reinhold Siedle.
Gershom Flagg Melcher
Portsmouth, NH c. 1856-1876 Watchmaker.
John A. Miller
Paducah, KY c. 1870-1881
Jeweler and watchmaker.
McKay, Spear & Brown
Boston, MA 1851-1856 William P. McKay, Henry T. Spear,
and James W.L. Brown. Jewelers.
Max Meyer & Bro.
Omaha, NE 1869-1896 Jewelers.
Wm. P. McKay & Co.
Boston, MA 1839-1851
Founded by William P. McKay and Henry T. Spear.
Merrill & Quinby
Portland, ME 1855-1856 Jonathan A. Merrill andHenry C. Quinby, fancy
McKay, Brown & Co.
Boston, MA 1856 Watchmakes and jewelers.
W.H.C. Miller & Co.
Chicago, IL c. 1860-1871 Manufacturing jeweler.
W. & J.C. Michie
Cincinnati, OH 1868-1874
McMullan & Hamilton
New York, NY 1866-1875 Robert McMullan and
Joseph D. Hamilton, jewelers.
Merrick, Walsh & Phelps
St. Louis, MO 1879-1901 Founded by Harrison H.
Merrick, William Walsh, and H.W. Phelps as
successors to Merrick & Walsh. Incorporated in 1894 as the Merrick, Walsh & Phelps Jewelry Co. Acquired
by Mermod, Jaccard & Co.
Ralph Smith Mershon
Philadelphia, PA 1861 and Zanesville, OH c. 1862-1889 Was in
the partnership of Jones & Mershon with George A. Jones 1864-1872.
Succeeded in 1889 by Bauer Bros. Watchmaker and jeweler.
McKay to Miller
McKay to Miller
W.D. & A. McLean
Cohoes, NY c. 1870-1872
Merrill & Barr
Nashua, NH 1844-1854 and 1858-1864
Mark W. Merrill and John N. Barr. Dry goods merchants.
Louisville, KY 1852-1865
Joseph Henry Melluish
Bloomington, IL c. 1864-1883 Melluish died in 1883; his widow
continued the business under his name until 1899.
Indianapolis, IN 1853-1877 Was a partner in the firms of E.J. Baldwin & Co.
1855-1859, McLene & Herron 1864-1872 and again in 1877, and McLene &