Enoch Moulton
Portland, ME  1801-c. 1815
Mount Vernon Co. Silversmiths
Mt. Vernon, NY  1913-1923
A merger between Mauser Mfg. Co., Roger Williams Silver Co. and H.A.
McFarland, Inc.  Acquired by Gorham in 1920 but continued to produce under
the Mount Vernon name until 1923.  See
flatware patterns.
William Moulton IV  (b. 1772  d. 1861)
Newburyport, MA  1796-1845
Joseph Moulton IV  (b. 1814  d. 1903)
Newburyport, MA  1835-1894
Moulton's spoon manufacturing business was sold to Towle & Jones in
1860, which would go on to become Towle Silversmiths.
Hugh Mulligan
Philadelphia, PA  1852-1878
Mulholland Brothers / Mulholland Silver Co.
Park Ridge, IL  1912-1915; Evanston, IL 1916-1919;
Aurora, IL 1919-1934  
Founded by Walter and David Mulholland.  Makers of handwrought
sterling Arts & Crafts flatware and dinnerware.  Began producing
silverplated goods with the acquisition of the Aurora Silver Plate Co.
after World War I.  The Mulholland brothers sold their interests in the business in 1924 and the name was
changed to Mulholland Silver Co., which continued until 1934.
Mulford & Wendell
Albany, NY  1842-1854
John H. Mulford and William Wendell.
Mueck-Carey Co.
New York, NY  1940s-1950s  
The trademark is now owned by Towle Silversmiths.  Makers
of sterling holloware.
Joseph Moulton II  (b. 1724  d. 1795)
Newburyport, MA  c. 1750-1795
Moulton & Wood
Newburyport, MA  1818-1820
A partnership between Abel Moulton and David Wood.
Abel Moulton
Newburyport, MA  1815-1830  
Was in the partnership of Moulton & Wood 1818-1820.
Louis Müh
New Orleans, LA  1822-1866  
Silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker.
H. Muhr's Sons
Philadelphia, PA  1873-1903
Founded by Henry Muhr and Son Simon Muhr as Henry Muhr & Son
in 1865.   Henry Muhr retired in 1873 and another son, Joseph Muhr,
joined the business, changing the name to H. Muhr's Sons at that time.  
Thimble makers and manufacturing jewelers.
Peter Muller-Munk
New York, NY  
Best known as an industrial designer, produced sterling holloware through
the Peter Muller-Munk Studio 1928-c. 1935.
Lydia Moulton
Newburyport, MA  1780-1789
Daughter of William Moulton (b. 1720), it is believed she may have made some
silver objects prior to her moving to Marietta, OH, in 1789.  Several LM marks,
including the one at right, have been found in the Newburyport area to support
this possibility.
William Moulton III  (b. 1720  d. 1793)
Newburyport, MA 1742-1762; Hempstead, NH 1763-1788; and
Marietta, OH 1788-1793
Henry G. Mumford
Providence, RI  1813-1824  
Was in the partnership of Gorham, Hadwen & Mumford 1824-1828.
Charles H. Mumford
Newport, RI  c. 1827-1863
Moulton to Mumford
Ebenezer Moulton
Boston, MA c. 1794-1816 and Newburyport, MA 1816-1824
Moulton to Mumford
Moulton & Pike
Worcester, MA  c. 1873-1879
Edward Moulton and Edmund J. Pike.
Mulford & Wendell
Albany, NY  1842-1854
John H. Mulford, William Wendell. and William P. Feltman.
c. 1885 H. Muhr's Sons Trade Card
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Joseph Moulton III  (b. 1744 d. 1816)
Newburyport, MA  c. 1765-1810
Wasin the partnership of Moulton & Bradbury with Theophilus Bradbury c. 1796.