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NameSummaryParent Co.Child Co.Is Base Co.
Western Clock Manufacturing CompanyStarting in 1888WestcloxNo
Western Clock Company (the second one, 1912 - 1936)Starting in 1912WestcloxNo
Western Clock Company (the first one, 1887 - 1888)Started in 1887.WestcloxNo
Western Clock Company Ltd. CanadaWestern Clock Company, Ltd., Peterborough, CanadaWestcloxNo
Western Brass1945 advertisement: Western Brass Mills, Division of Olin Industries, Inc. East Alton, Illinois. 1956 advertisement: Western Brass, Western Brass Mills Division, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation, E . . . Yes
Westclox Division of General Time Instruments CorporationThis name used when General Time Instruments Corporation was formed in 1936.WestcloxNo
Westclox Division of General Time CorporationStarting in 1949WestcloxNo
Westclox Div. General Time Canada TalleyWestclox Division General Time of Canada Limited, A Talley Industries Company; Peterborough, Canada.WestcloxNo
Westclox Div. General Time CanadaWestclox Division General Time of Canada Limited; Peterborough, Canada.WestcloxNo
Westclox Canada Talley IndustriesWestclox Canada, Talley Industries, a division of Talley Canada Inc.WestcloxNo
WestcloxThis is the base company for Westclox, including United Clock Co., Western Clock Co., Western Clock Mfg. Co., etc.Columbia Time Products; Eastern Time Limited; General Time Corporation; General Time Instruments Cor . . . Yes
Webb C. BallWatch manufacturers, Cleveland, Ohio. Specialized in railroad watches and clocks.Yes
Waterbury WatchWaterbury Watch Company was organized in 1880 to make inexpensive watches. In 1898 it was renamed New England Watch Company.Yes
Waterbury ClockWaterbury Clock Company.

The Benedict & Burnham Manufacturing Company of Waterbury, CT was formed in January 1843 to manufacture brass sheeting, brass products and gilt buttons. By the summer of 18 . . .
Warren Telechron CompanyHenry Warren's second companyTelechronNo
Warren Clock CompanyHenry Warren's first companyTelechronNo
Waltham Watch CompanyProduced about 40,000 watches and related items from 1850 to 1957. (Source Wikipedia)Yes
Wakmann WatchFounded in 1946 by Mr. Icko Wakmann.

United Time ProductsA name Westclox used ca. the 1930s - 1950s on some private label or lower priced clocks.WestcloxNo
United Clock CompanyFounded by Charles Stahlberg, et. al. in 1885.WestcloxNo
TorkThe Tork Clock Company Inc., Mount Vernon, NY. Made clock operated switches.Yes
TimexBrand of popular-priced wrist watches (and a few clocks).

In 1922, Waterbury Clock Company purchased the Robert H. Ingersoll & Bro. company. In 1944, Waterbury Clock Co. was renamed U.S. Time Corp . . .
Waterbury ClockNo
Telechron Inc.Telechron, Inc. ca. the 1950sTelechronNo
TelechronThis is the base company for Warren Clock Co., Warren Telechron Co., etc. as well as General Electric.General Electric; General Electric Telechron; Revere; Telechron Inc.; Warren Clock Company; Warren T . . . Yes
Taylor InstrumentsTaylor Instruments was founded in 1851. They made measuring instruments for the manufacturing industry, and altimeters for fighter jets in WWI. They are well known for their thermometers, barometers a . . . Yes
SwartzbaughThe Swartzbaugh Mfg. Co. Toledo, Ohio. Maker's name on the Everhot Appliance Timer made by Westclox.No
SunbeamA well-known American appliance maker. Made electric clocks for a while.Yes
Stockham Manufacturing CompanyChicago, Illinois. Some patents for cast front clock cases are assigned to them.Yes
St. Louis Computing CompanyA corporation of St. Louis, Missouri. A Stahlberg patent is assigned to this company.Yes
Sterling Clock CompanyMaker of Sterling Electric automobile clocks. Was in Meridan, Connecticut, then bought by Westclox and moved to LaSalle, Illinois.Yes
StancorStandard Transformer Corporation, Chicago, Illinois.Yes
Seth Thomas Clock CompanyBefore Seth Thomas was part of General TimeSeth ThomasNo
Seth ThomasThe base company for Seth Thomas.

Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott, CT in 1785, went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807, bought out Terry’s factory (together with Silas Hoadley) in 1810, and . . .
General Time Corporation; General Time Instruments Corporation; Plymouth; Seth Thomas Clock CompanyYes
SessionsElisha N. Welch was born in 1809 at Chatham, CT. He was a businessman who invested in the foundry and clockmaking business. About 1856 Mr. Welch took over the bankrupt J. C. Brown clock factory and st . . . Yes
SeikoFounded in 1881, to produce clocks under the name Seikosha. Made watches starting in 1924. (Source Wikipedia)Yes
SearsThis is the base company for Sears, Roebuck & Company. They sold some Westclox clocks with the Sears name on the dial.Yes
SchatzThis is the base company for Aug. Schatz and Sohnne; Jahresuhrehfabrik, and Gutenbacher Uhrenfabrik (Gufa).

Jahresuhrenfabrik (Year Clock Factory) made 400 day clocks starting around 1880 - 1885. . . .
Sangamo Electric CompanyOriginal owner of the patents for the Sangamo motors used by Westclox and Seth Thomas.

The Sangamo Electric Company was founded in 1899. Made about 40 prototype clocks in 1924 (actually made by the . . .
SalemSalem Clock Company, 75 Van Dyke Avenue, Hartford, Conn, 06114. Maker (reseller?) of nautical clocks, probably made in Germany.Yes
RevereThe Revere Clock Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A. Made chime and strike clocks using Telechron motors.TelechronNo
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