Ames Sword Co Ame Mfg Co Ames Arms CoSee N P Ames

Ames Forge Situated half a mile above Falls Village Station, Housa-tonic Railroad, west side of Housatonic River and owned by Ames Iron Co. Horatio Ames , P'. O. Salisbury, Litchfield County, Conn. Known also as Salisbury Furnace. Active 1832 and until after the Civil War. Cannon Foundry. See Horatio Ames. Pg. 150, Iron Manufactures Guide. J. P. Lesley, New Ames, David Son of John, elder brother of Oliver. Born 1761. Worked as a gunsmith in his father's shop and commissioned superintendent of...

Vintage Pennsylvania Percussion Rifle Made By Abraham Gibbs Lancaster P A

Riflemaker of Lancaster, Pa. Shop at Lime Street, near Vine, 1848-57. Eicholtz, H C. Riflemaker, 58 N. Queen St., Lancaster, Pa., 1866-75. Elizabeth Furnace Near Brickersville on Middle Creek, Lancaster County, Pa. Built about t750 by John Huber, a German. Became the property of Robert Coleman and supplied cannon and shot during the Revolution. Abandoned 1856. Pg. 180, Swank. Eilicott Swordsmith of Baltimore, Md. Produced ten swords per week for Maryland, 1781-82. Elliott...