Silas Tracy Toncray
Shelbyville, KY c. 1812; Little Rock, AR 1821-1829; and
Memphis, TN 1829-1847
Being a Baptist minister, Toncray formed the first Baptist church
in Little Rock.  Upon his move to Memphis, it is unclear as to whether or not he continued silversmithing.
Edward Todd & Co.
New York, NY  1869-c. 1930  
Primarily makers of high end writing instruments; also made
sterling souvenir spoons and novelties.
Obadiah W. Towson
Baltimore, MD  1814-1819 and Philadelphia, PA 1819-1824
Ira Strong Town (Towne)
Montpelier, VT  1829-1852 and 1868-1889  
Was in the partnership of I.S. & J. Town with
his brother Josiah Town 1829-1832.  Worked
independently 1832-1838 but retained the firm name of
I.S. & J. Town.  Was in the partnerships of Town & Witherell
with Elijah B. Witherell 1838-1845 and later Town & Hall with Jonas G. Hall
1848-1851.  Sold his business to Phinney & Mead in 1852 and returned to the
silversmithing profession in 1868.
E.J. Towle Mfg. Co.
Seattle, WA  1938-1980  
Successor to the Joseph Mayer Co.  Succeeded by West Earth, Inc. 1980-1985
which in turn was succeeded by the Metal Arts Group in 1985-2014 and then
by The TharpeRobbins Co. and moved to Attleboro, MA.
A.F. Towle & Son Co.
Newburyport and Greenfield, MA  1873-1900  
Founded by Anthony Francis Towle and his son
Edward Bass Towle.  Successor to Towle & Jones.  
Began as A.F. Towle & Son Mfg. Co. in Newburyport, changing it to
A.F. Towle & Son Co. in 1883.  The company moved to to Greenfield
in 1889.  The business failed in 1900, and George C. Lunt purchased it
in 1902 and formed Rogers, Lunt & Bowlen (Lunt Silversmiths).  
flatware patterns.
Towle Silversmiths / Towle Manufacturing Co.
Newburyport, MA  1882-Present  
Roots go back to 1690 with William Moulton II.   Founded by
Anthony Francis Towle as a separate company from A.F. Towle &
Son.  The Towle "lion T" logo was created in 1890.  Acquired some
of R. Blackinton & Co. dies in 1967.  Acquired Poole Silver Co. in
1970.  Became a part of the Syratech Corporation in 1986 then Lifetime
Brands in 2006.  Major manufacturer of sterling flatware and holloware.
flatware patterns.
James Horne Took (Tooke)
St. Louis, MO  c. 1842-1860  
Began advertising as both a dentist and a jeweler in 1859.
George S. Tompkins
Newport, RI c. 1814 and Providence, RI c. 1816-1834
Silversmith and watchmaker.
Towle & Jones / Towle, Jones & Co.
Newburyport, MA  1857-1873  
Founded by Anthony Francis Towle and William P. Jones
when they acquired the business of their master, William
Moulton IV.  Became Towle, Jones & Co. in 1870.  Became
A.F. Towle & Son Co. when Towle's son, Edward Bass Towle, became a partner in 1873.
Peter Traphagen
Riverside, CA 1931-1838 and Pasadena, CA 1938-1960s
Henry Towle
Haverhill, NH  1805-1850
Totten & Sommer Co.
North Attleboro, MA  1884-1898
Founded by Albert Totten and John J. Sommer.
Jewelry manufacturers and makers of small sterling items.
Todd to Traphagen
Tradition Sterling
A division of Lenox.  See flatware patterns.
Joseph Toy
Abingdon, MD c. 1776-1795  
Was a partner in the firm of Toy & Wilson with William Wilson 1785-1790.
Toronto Jewelry Mfg. Co.
Toronto, ON, Canada  c. 1900-1915
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Daniel Toncray  (b. 1778  d. 1829)
Martinsville, VA (now WV) c. 1799, Allegheny Co., MD 1800-1803;
Shelbyville, KY  c. 1803; Nelson Co., KY 1807-1810; Louisville, KY 1813-1828;
and Memphis, TN 1829.