The firm was known as Carnegie, McCandless, and Company.
Green became a partner and the company was known as Janion, Green & Company.
Originally known as J. Scott and Company the shipyard closed in 1909.
The company was known as A. Gibbons and Company.
The company, known as Downs & Company until 1869, cast and assembled the world's first all-metal pump in 1849.
At 26 he was a partner, and at 31 managing director of a successor firm known as Phelan & Company.
In January 1872, the new company became known as Elsas, May and Company.
In 1876, the firm became known as J.J. Little & Company.
They became known as J. S. Ford, Johnson & Company.
This time it was known as 2/4th Independent Company.