Active circa 1950s-1970s in Saskatchewan; organ service technician & rebuilt several organs. Also an MD.
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1901-____; later Guelph & Toronto, ON; organ builder & piano tuner; known to have installed organs for Karn-Morris in Eastern & Western Canada.
London, England, 1855; Canada, 1860; Boston, MA, unknown dates; Rockwood, ON, 1878; Toronto, ON, before 1920.
Furniture & Piano maker (Hillcoat; later Amherst Pianos Ltd.), Amherst, NS, 1892-1927; constructed at least 3 pipe organs by 1903.
Westfield, Massachusetts, 1866-1879; Springfield Massachusetts 1879-1891.
Erffe was an employee of the Hall Organ Co. of West Haven, Connecticut. He went out on his own after leaving the Hall company sometime in the late 1920s.
Los Angeles, California, 1903-1905, relocated to Hoboken, New Jersey, as Art Organ Co., 1905, then Electrolian Organ Co., 1906
Freiburg, Germany, 1832; New York City, NY, office, 1865; factory in Poughkeepsie, NY, 1912-1919; 1919; renamed Welte-Mignon Corp.
From National Archives (UK): Established in 1866 as Wordsworth & Maskell; in 1888 became known as Wordsworth & Co., and then Wood Wordsworth & Co. in 1920. Active until 1957.
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, active 1880s to early 1900s. Originally from Owen Sound, Ontario, where he is known to have been involved in an early attempt at building an organ in 1863.
Hamilton, Ontario, during mid-1850s. Partnership between Thomas White & J. B. Hagar (sometimes spelled Hager).
Founder of the Kern firm, master organ-builder in Strasbourg, France. b. 1910; d. 1989
Roche, Taunton, MA, 1987-1989 Brunner, Silver Spring, PA; 1989-1991. Moller, Hagerstown, MD;1991-1992. LJOC, Hagerstown, MD/Greencastle, PA;1992-2009.
Skroppa, Mercersburg PA; 2009-present (2023).