B.  English & European Clock Makers

Bacon, Charles. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1719.

Bacon, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1639.

Bacon, T. Tewkesbury. 1760.

Baddeley, Phineas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1662.

Badger, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1720.

Bages, Johannes. London.1640

Bagley, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1664.

Bagnall, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1802-33. Windsor Street.

Bagnall, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1826.Houndsditch.

Bagnall, W. H. London. 1830.

Bagnett, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1719.

Bagshaw, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1722.

Bailey, Jeffrey. London. Warden 1670, 71, 72, 73. Master

Bailey, Jeremiah. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1724.

Bailey, -. Paris. 1750.

Baillon, G. Paris. 1750. Louis XV. Clock with Sevres figure, sold for 500 guineas in 1910.

Baillon, J. Baptiste. Paris.1760.

Baird, John. London. 1781.

Baker, Edward. London. 1787. White Lion Street.

Baker, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1781. King Street, Covent Garden.

Baker, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1685. A great clockmaker.

Baker, Richard. London.Clockmakers’ Company. 1726.

Baldwyn, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1706.

Bale, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1724.

Ballantyne, James. Edinburgh 1756.

BaIlantyne, William. Edinburgh. 1781.

Ballantyne, William. Ediuburgh.1800.

Ballantyne, William. London.1815-40. White Lion Street.Goodman’s Fields.

Balthazar à Paris. About 1810.Maker of a French gilt bronze and porcelain clock in collection of Robert Hoe,New York, 1911.

Banbury, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1685.

Banger, Edward. London.Clockmakers’ Company. Apprentice to Joseph Ashby. Freeman 1695. Member of firm Thomas Tompion & Ed.Banger.

Bangiloner, -. London1650.

Banks, J. London. 1830. Long Alley, Finsbury.

Banks, William. London.Clockmakers’ Company. 1698.

Bannister, Anthony. London. Clockmakers’ Company. I 71 5.

Bannister, James. London. 1810-40. Clerkenwell – later Leicester Square.

Bannister, T. & J. London.1825. Hatton Gardens.

Banting, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1646.

Barachin, Stephen. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1687 A Frenchman settled in London.

Barbaret, J. Paris. 1600-10

Barber, Jonas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1682. a great clockmaker.

Barber, Thomas. London. 1810. Lamb‘s Conduit Street

Barbier. Paris. 1750.

Barclay, Hugh. Edinburgh.1727

Barclay, Samuel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1722. An apprentice of George Graham.

Barcole, John. London. Clockmakers’Company. 1648.

Barjon, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1685.

Barker, Thomas.  London. 1790- I8 IO.

Barker, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1632.

Barlow, Benjamin. Oldham.1773. Long-case clock with curly mahogany panels and French

bracket feet.

Barlow, Edward. London.Born 1634, died 1716. Was the inventor of “rack” mechanism used as striking work for all clocks except those of large size. The patent was denied him in 1688.

Barnard, Thomas. London. 1780-1820. The Strand. Maker of long-case mahogany clocks,

Sheraton style.

Barnard & Kidder. London.1810. Strand.

Barnett, John. London. Clockmakers’Company. 1682.

Barnett, John. London. 1700.Lothbury.

Baron, Jean. Utrecht. 1725.

Baron, -. London. 1750.Maker of silver double-case watch.

Baronneau, L. Paris. 1650.

Barraud, Frederick Joseph. London. Clockmakers’ Company.1807. Cornhill.

Barraud, James. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1824. White Friars Wharf.

Barraud, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1814.Cornhill.

Barraud, Paul P. London.Clockmakers’ Company. 1796-1813. Warden1807,08, 09. Master 1810, 11

Barraud & Lunds. London.1838.

Barrauds. “Cornhill,” London. 1810-38.

Barrett, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

Barrett, Robert. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1688.

Barrett, Samuel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1701.

Barrett, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1702.

Barrett, W. H. London. 1815-40.

Barrington,  Stourport.1720. Bracket clock in mahogany case, brass handles and feet.

Barrow, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1681.

Warden 1710, 11, 12. Master 1714.

Barrow, Nathaniel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1660-89.Warden 1685,

86, 87. Master 1689.

Barrow, Samuel. London. 1694-1720. Maker of long-case clocks, mahogany

veneered, or English walnut inlaid with marquetry, also of lantern clocks.

Barrow, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1709.

Barthet, E.,à Marseille. 1840.

Bartholomew, J. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1675.

Barthorp,   Ixworth. About 1790. Mahogany long-case clock.

Barton,  Birmingham.1750.

Barton, John.   London.  1781.

Barton, Samuel. London Clockmakers’ Company. 1641.

Barton, Thomas. London. 1800-23. Bermondsey Square.

Bartram, Simon. London. 1630-60. Junior Warden in 1638-39. Senior Warden in 1640-42.    Master in  1650-51.

Bartram, William. London Clockmakers’ Company. 1684.

Barugh, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1715.

Barwise, John. London. 1790-1842.

Barwise & Sons. London, 1820.    St. Martin’s Lane.

Basely, Thomas. London Clockmakers’ Company. 1683.

Bash, James. London. Clock-makers’  Company.    1729,

Basire, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1786. St. John’s Lane.

Basley, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.   1725.

Bass, George. London. Clock-makers’  Company.     1722.

Bassot,    Paris.   1750.

Bateman, Andrew. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1804-20. Great Tower Street.

 

Bateman, P. and A. London. 1800-18.    Bunhill Row.

Bates, Joseph. London. Clock-makers’  Company.   1687.

Bates, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1684.

Bath, Thomas.   London. 1740.

Batten, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1668.

Batterson, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1701.

Batterson, Robert. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1693. Maker of a fine eight-day clock in lacquer case.

Bauler, James.   Leeds.   1800.

Baumann, J.   Augsburg.   1760

Baumann, J. H.   Burgau. 1770.

Bautte,J.F .et Cie.àGeneve.1825. Mandolin watch, enamelled and jewelled.

Baxter, Charles. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1680.

Baxter, William. London. 1790-1800.

Bayes, Benjamin. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1675.

Bayes, John. London. 1647-62. London 1658-78. Warden 1658, 59, 61, 62.

Bayle, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1660.

Bayle, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1702

Bayley, Thomas. London Clockmakers’ Company. 1787 Bridgewater Square.

1820  Kingsland.

Bayley, William. London Clockmakers’ Company. 1653.

Baylie, Jeffry. “At ye turn-style in Holburn fecit.” Admitted to Clockmakers’ Company, 1648. A noted maker of chamber clocks.  See Bailey.

Bayley & Upjohn. London 1794.    Clerkenwell.

Bayly, John. London. Clock-makers’  Company.  1700.

Bayre, James. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1692.

Bayse, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1695.

Bazeley, Nathaniel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1694.

Beasley, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1719.

Beaufere, Johan de. London. About 1750. Maker of a gold repeating watch, with double case pierced and repousse.

Beaumarchais, Pierre Aug-uste Caron de. Paris. Born 1732, died 1790 Was a writer of plays and operas also, among them “The Barber of Seville,’ ‘ Marriage of Figaro,” etc.

Beauvais, Simon. London. 1695.Admitted to Clock-makers’ Company 1690. Maker of a round gold watch set with lapis lazuli, diamonds and emeralds.

Beck, Christopher. London 1780-95. Little Bell Alley. Wall clock 1786.

Beck, James.    London.  1820.Cornhill.

Beck, Joseph. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1701.

 

Beck, Nicholas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1669.

Beck, Richard. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1653.

Becke, John. London. Clock-makers’   Company.     1681.

Becker, Antonio, a Frankfort. About 1740. Maker of a gold watch.

The case has an engraved laurel border and enamel paintings of Iandscapes,

signed “Les deux freres Huant, peintres deSon A. E. de Grandaban.”

Beckman, Daniel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1680.

Beckman, Daniel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1726.

Beckman, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1695.

Beckner, Abraham. London. 1652-68. Was warden and died in office 1665. Lived in Pope’s Head Alley and was a well-known maker of watches.

Beckover,  R.    London.   1750.

Bedertz, Richard. Strasburg. 1600-25.

Bedford, William. London. 1790.

Beeg, Christian. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1698.

Beesley, J.    Manchester. 1750.

Begg, John.   Edinburgh. 1804.

Beiterbrock, J. Augsburg. 1786.

Belcher, John.   London   1760.

Bell, Alexander. Glasgow. 1791.

Bell, Benjamin. London. 1660-94. Made a watch with dial showing seconds, a very early example. Admitted to Clock-makers’ Company 1660. Renter Warden 1679. Master1689   Died 1694.

Bell, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.  1719.

Bell, Joseph. London. Clock–makers’ Company.   1691.

Bellamy,  Geneva.   1800.

Bellard, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1674.

Bellinger, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1725.

Bendele, J. H. Augsburg. 1763.

Benn, Anthony. London. Warden 1760, 61, 62. Master 1763. Died in office. Put on livery  1756.

Benn, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1812. Bunhill Row.

Benn, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1786. Clifton. Warwickshire.

Bennett, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1678.

Bennett, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1712.

Bennett, John.   London. 1840.

Bennett, Mansell. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1688-99.   “Dial and three crowns.”

Bennett, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1715.

Bennett, Samuel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1716.

Bennett, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1720. An apprentice of Windmill’s.

Bennett, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

Bennett, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1729.

Benoit, J. F.   a Nancy.  1730 Long-case clock in carved oak case, Flemish style, silvered dial.

8 feet, 5 inche. tall

Benson, Robert. London. 1820-40.    Wilderness Row.

Benson, Samuel. London Clockmakers’ Company. 1700.

Berg, F. L. Augsburg. 1719. Maker of fine table clocks.

Berger, J.    Copenhagen.  1750.

Bergier, L. Grenoble. France.

Bergmiller a Paris, about 1810. Empire marble and gilt bronze clock.

Bernard, Nicholas. Paris. 1640.

Bernhards, M. Landsburg. I7SO.

Berolla,   Paris.    1807.

Berridge, John. Boston. 1738. Maker of odd clock in walnut case.

Berridge, Robert. London. 1790-95. Maker of long-case clocks,

veneered or inlaid.

Berridge, William. London. 1781.

Berridge, William. London. 1800-25.    Cavendish Square.

Berrington, Uriah. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1684.

Berry, John. London. 1688-1730. Warden 1720, 21, 22. Master 1723. Make

of long-case mahogany veneered clocks.

Berry, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1697.

Berry, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1728.

Berry, Samuel. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1705.

Berthoud, Ferdinand. Neuf-chatel. Born 1745, died 1807. Author of several

works on horology, first of which appeared 1760. Maker of astronomical

clocks and jewelled watches.

Berthoud, Louis. Paris. 1775-1810.

Bertram, William. London. Warden 1729, 30, 31. Master 1732.

Died in office.

Best, Robert. London. 1792 1820. He testified to Earn-shaw’s improvements.

Best, Thomas.      Newcastle.1765-

Besturkc, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1686.

Betems, —–.    Paris.    1800.

Betterton,—-.   London. 1780.

Betts, Samuel, 1. London. 1650-70.

Betts, Samuel, 2. London. 1675-1700. Admitted Clock-makers’ Company 1682.

Bexinger, Joseph Anthony. Salzburg. Late seventeenth century. Silver repeating watch, pair cases.

Bezar, Stephen. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1648.

Bickel, Franz A.     Augsburg.1792.

Bicknell,   Francis.  London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1665.

Biddle,     Joseph.    London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1684.

Bidlake,   James,   I London 1770-94.    Minories.

Bidlake, James, 2.   London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1796-1835.    Minories.

Bidlake,  James  Hodgson. London. Clockmakers’ Company.  1798-1820.  Chiswell Street.

Bidlake, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1810-23. Smithin’s Lane, Lombard  Street.

Bierfelder, E. Steppath, Germany.  1770.

Bierfelder, J.   Augsburg. 1775.

Bilbie, John.   Oxbridge. 1734-67. Epitaph: “Bilbie thy movements kept in play For thirty years

or more, we say. Thy Balance or thy Main spring’s broken, And all thy movements Cease to work.”

Bille, John.  London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1687.

Billop,  William.  London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1688.

Bingham, Thomas. London 1770-81. Holborn.

Binks,  London.   1825

Binny,  Daniel. Edinburgh, 1758.

Binny & Gordon.   Edinburgh, 1773

Birch, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1682.

Birchall, M.   Derby.    1750.

Birchall, William.      London.1816-40. Clerkenwell.

“Bird, Edward, in Cannon St. London.” About 1840. Marquetry long-case clock, with brass dial. Robert Hoe collection, 1911.

Bird, John.  London. 1760.

Bird, Luke.  London.  Clock-makers’   Company.   1683.

Bird, Michael. London. Clock-makers’  Company.   1682.

Birdwhistle,  Francis.  London. Clockmakers’ Company.    1687.

Birdwhistle,  Isaac.    London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

Birdwhistle,   John.     London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1716.

Birdwhistle,   Thomas.     London. Clockmakers’  Company.    1693.

Bishop, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1810-20. Thames   Street.

Bishop, William.  London.1830. New  Bond  Street.

Bizot  a  Paris. Maker  of   a vertical movement at Clock-makers’ Museum.

Blackborow, James.  L’ondon. 1734.    Warden   1743,  44,  45 Died in office.

Blackburn, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1812. Little  Britain.

Blackburn, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1796. Aldersgate Street.

Blackett, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1809. Mark Lane.

Blainville,  Rouen.  1750.

Blake, William. London. 1790.

Blakey, William. Paris. 1780. Made Empire clocks alabaster and gilt. One at Mt.Vernon.

“Blanc Fils. Palais Royal.” 1800. Hanging bronze clock, Empire style. A female figure standing on a gilt bronze ball holding a bronze case shaped like a Greek galley, having on top an imperial eagle.

Blank, Franz B. Steppath, Germany.    1770.

Blaser, Berne, Switzerland.  1675.

Blasser, J. I. Augsburg. 1786.

Bliss, Ambrose. London. 1656. Admitted Clockmakers’ Company 1653.

Blog, J. London. 1825. Aiders-gate Street.

Blois, Alais.    Paris.    1675.

Blumb, Joseph a Germanic Late eighteenth century. Maker of very beautiful enamelled watches.

Blundell, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1715.

Blundy, Joseph. London. 1781-1800.

Bobinet, Charles. France. 1650. Skull-shaped watch.

Bock, J.    Frankfort. 1625-49.

Bockel,   Amsterdam.1648. Maker of a watch inscribed on face, “Oliver Cromwell.” This watch was exhibited in America at the Columbian Exposition.

Bocketts,  The  Hague. I750

Bodd, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

Boddily, Elizabeth. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

Bodenham, Edward. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1719.

Bogner, J. B. Augsburg. 1769.

Bohm, M. Nuremberg. 1675-1702.

Bommel, M. Nuremberg. 1642.

Bommelt, Leonhart. Nuremberg.    1690.

Bompard à Paris. Small timepiece  at Clockmakers’ Museum.(1911)

Bonbruid, Blois, France.1650.

Bonna, Geneva.    1750.

Bonner, Charles. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1659.

Bonner, Charles. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1704.

Bonneux, C. Paris. 1640.Maker of a watch which belonged to Anne of

Austria, Bernal collection.

Booker, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1694.

Booker, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1728.

Boone, Edward. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1691.

Boosey, Thomas. London .Clockmakers’ Company. 1812. Old BroadStreet.

Booth, B. Pontefract, England.   1770.

Booth, James. Little Tower Street, London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1786. Rochester,

Kent, 1811.

Booth, Richard. London. 1798-1830. Beadle of Clock-makers’ Company. 4 Alfred Court, Paul’s Alley, Redcross Street.

Booth, Samuel. London. Clocktnakers’ Company. 1831. 4 Alfred Court, Paul’s Alley. Redcross Street.

Bordier, Denis C. France. About 1630. Maker of an oval silver watch

engraved with arabesques and biblical scenes.

Bordier,    Leonard. Geneva.1785-1800. Celebrated for his enamelled watches.

Bordier Freres. Geneva. 1815-30.

Borj, Paris. 1600.

Borondeau, L.  Paris.1600.

Borrett, George. “Stow-market.”   1750.

Borsdofer, Johannes. Augsburg.  1698.

Boubon,  Paris. 1750.

Bouchet, Jacob. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1728.

Bouguet, London. 1562.Maker of watches with enamelled dial plates.

Boult, Joseph. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1709.

Boult, Bath, 1750.

Bouquett, David. London. 1632-65. He was admitted to Clockmakers’

Company 1632. A maker of watches with cases beautifully enamelled by

French artists.

Bouquett, Daniel. London. 1690-1700.

Bouquett, Solomon. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1650-83. Probably

David’s brother.

Bourgeois, Jean B. Paris. 1740.

Bourguen, Paris.  1750.

Bourrit,  Geneva.    1750.

Boutte,  Paris.     1750.

Bovelle, Paris.    1740.

Bowen, John. London. Clock-makers’  Company.   1709.

Bowen, John. London. 1807- 40.

Bowen, Richard. London.1647. Maker of a round silver watch, two cases,

in the centre of the back a figure of Charles I. praying. At the back of inner case above a man praying, a scroll with “And what I sai to you I sai unto all, watch.”

Bowen, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1797-1811. Coppice Row,

Clerken-well.

Bowly, Devereux. London. 1716-73- Warden 1756, 57. 58. Master 1759.Put on livery 1766, left £500 legacy for Poor Freemen and Widows,1773.

Bowtell, Samuel. London Clockmakers’ Company   1681

Bowter, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1702.

Bowyer, William. London. 1630. Charter member. By the gift of a chamber clock in 1647 he became exempt from “place office and service except in case he be willing thereto.”

Boyce, James.  London.  1715.

Boyson, London. 1685.

Bracebridge, Edward. London. 1805-15.Clerkenwell.

Brackley, George. London.Clockmakers’ Company. 1677.

Bradel, A.    Augsburg. 1739.

Bradel, J.   Oberhausen.1770.

Bradel, N.   Augsburg.   1753.

Bradford, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1680.

Bradford, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

Bradford, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1710.

Bradford, London. Strand.1710.

Bradin, Caspar. London. Clockmakers” Company. 1715.

Bradley, Benjamin. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1728.

Bradley, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1681.

Bradley, Langley. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1695-1726. Warden

1724-25.  Master,1726. Was a famous clockmaker and in 1708 made the

clock for St. Paul’s, London, at a cost of £300. Fen-church Street shop.

Bradley, Nathaniel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1694.

Bradshaw, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1731.

Bradshaw, R. London.1725.

Bradshaw & Ryley. Coventry. 1750.

Bradt, Anton. Augsburg. 1750.

Braemer, Paulus. Amsterdam.    1725.

Brafield, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1678.

Bramer, G. Amsterdam. 1750.

Brand, Alexander. Edinburgh. 1726.

Brandon, Benjamin. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1689.

Brandreth, Joseph. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1718.

Brandt, Amie.  Paris. 1800.

Brandt, Charles. London. 1815-30

Brant, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1700.

Bratil, Nicodemus. Augsburg.1720.Maker of silver watch with pair cases, enamelled and

engraved.

Braun, J. G.   Augsburg. 1712.

Braunmiller, J. A. Augsburg. 1792.

Bray, Robert. London. Clock-makers’  Company.     1728.

Brayfield, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1682.

Brayfield, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1712.

Brederode, T. The Hague. 1750.

Breguet, Abraham Louis. Paris. Born 1747, died 1823. A famous French

watchmaker. He improved the balance spring used in fine watches.

Breguet et Fil.   Paris.1784.

Bressel, S. Augsburg. 1725-52.

Breynton, Vaugh. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1693.

Brewer, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1677.

Brice, W. Sandwich, England.    17S0

Bridgden, Henry. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1682.

Bridgeman, Edward. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1662.

Bridger, Samuel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1702.

Briscall, J. Birmingham. 1851.

Brittayne, Stephen. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

Britton, Stephen. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1728.

Broad, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1682.

Broad, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1812. Leadenhall Street.

Broadhead, Benjamin. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1709.

Broadwater, Hugh. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

Brockbank, Edward. 1770. Corners, Cumberland. Father of John.

Brockbank, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1769-81.Livery 1777. Cornhill.

Brockbank, John Edward. London. 1806. Succeeded to the business of John.

Brockbank, Myles. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1776. Livery 1796. Joined

with his brother John in the firm of “Brockbanks,” which continued firm name till

Brockbank, William. London. Succeeded with J. Ed-ward to business in 1806.

Brockbank & Atkins. London.1815-21.Myles Brockbank and George Atkins

(son of Francis). Clock-makers’  Company   1788-1841.

Brocke. London. 1640.

Brod, J. Augsburg. 1755.

Brod, J. G.  Augsburg. 1786.

Brod, J. I.   Augsburg.  1791.

Brook, Edmund. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1709.

Brooke, George. London Clockmakers’ Company  1681

Brooke, John.    London  1630

Brooke, John Walter. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1812….

UpperThames Street.

Brookes, Edward. Condon. Clockmakers’ Company. 1690.

Brooks, John. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1796. Hol-born.

Brooks, Samuel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1812. Ashby Street. Goswell

Street.

Broome, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1652.

Brosy, J. P. Friedburg. 1732.

Brosy, Michael. London. 1680.

Brough, Samuel. London Clockmakers’ Company. 1792. New Street, Cloth Fair.

Brough, Samuel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1807. Peartree Street,

Goswell Street. 1811, Union Street. Kingsland Road.

Broun, Daniel. High Street. Glasgow.    1783.

Broun, George. Edinburgh. 1772-1826.

Brown, Andrew. Edinburgh. 1700. One of the most famous of Scottish makers.

Brown, James. Croydon. Clockmakers’ Company. 1687.

Brown, James. London. Warden 1768, 69. Master 1770. Put on livery 1766.

Brown, Natt. Manchester. 1780. Maker of a silver double-case watch

Brown,   Philip. London Clockmakers’ Company. 1688

Brown, Richard. London Clockmakers’ Company. 1675.

Brown, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1702.

Brown, Thomas. Birmingham, about 1760. Maker of eight-day clock in case of English oak with musical chimes which play.

Browne, Henton. London. Warden 1750, 51, 52. Master 1753. Put on livery 1766.

Browne, John. London. 1652-98. Warden 1677, 80. Master 1681.

Browne, Matthew. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1633.

Brownlie, Alexander. Edinburgh    1720.

Bruce, James. London. Clock-makers’  Company.  1721.

Brulfer a Paris. About 1760. Clock with rosso antico base; a wild boar in bronze

supports a cartel-shaped case of bronze. In the Robert Hoe collection, New York. 1911.

Bryan, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1696.

Bryant, John. Exning, England. Born 1748, died 1829. Made many choice clocks

for royalty, and many of his clocks are dated.

Bryant & Son. London.  1781.

Bryson, Robert. Edinburgh. 1810. Famous maker of both clocks and watches.

Buchegger,—,   Nuremberg.1750

Buchman, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

A German settled in London.

Buckenhill, Edward. London Clockmakers’ Company, 1683

Bucklee, David. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1780. Bridgewater Square.1816, Hastings, Surrey.

Bucknell, James. Crediton, England.1680-90.Tall clock in oak case.

Bucknell, T. Barkhamstead, England.1750.

Buckner, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1701.

Bucknor, Philip. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1667.

Buckwell, E.    Brighton.  1740.

Bujard & Co. a Pforzheim. Maker of a watch set in cane – handle of Dresden

china, late eighteenth century.

Bukenhill, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1672.

Bulcke, Jacques. Paris 1600.

Bull, Edmund. London. 1630. Fleet Street.

Bull, John. London. 1610. “Clocke-Keeper” to James I.

Bull, John. London.1630.One of the original fifty who subscribed to the fund

for obtaining a charter.

Bull, Ranulph. London.1617. Repairer of Westminster clock.

Bullby, John. London.Clock-makers’ Company. 1632.

Bullingford,  London.1645-75. Maker of a silver pair-case watch advertised as stolen in New Haven, Conn.,  1816.

Bullman, J.   Nuremberg. 1798.

Bullman, Thomas. London. 1690. Maker of long-case clocks.

Bumel, M. Nuremberg. 1601.

Bumstead, Robert. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1707.

Bun, Matthew. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1698.

Bunting, William. 1631.”Pope’s Head Alley, Corn-hill.”

Burchett, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1731.

Burdeau. Paris. 1696. Made a clock for Louis XIV.

Burges, Charles. London.1765

Burgis, Elias. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1681.

Burgis, John.   London. 1630.

Burkhardt & Brandt. Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. Early nineteenth century watches.

Burleigh, Ninyan. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

Burnett, Philip. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1715.

Burnett, Richard. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1705.

Burrows, Joseph. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1803. Tabernacle Walk.

Buschman, John Baptist. London. Clockmakers’ Company.    1725.

Bushman, John. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1687.

Bushman, John. London. 1760. Maker of a pair-case gold watch in the Robert

Hoe collection, New York, 1911.

Butcher, Benjamin. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1812. Long Lane,

Bermondsey. 1821, Botolph Alley, Botolph Lane.

Butcher, William. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1821.Botolph Alley. Botolph Lane.

Butler, John. London. Clock-makers’  Company.    1724.

Butts, Daniel. London. Clock-makers’ Company.    1663.

Buz, Johannes. Augsburg. 1625.

Bysse, Edward. London. 1620. Tulip-shaped silver watch