In 1917 he was recorded by the State of Connecticut Military Census Agent as a Merchant with no experience in any other trade, profession or occupation. He had been a Commissary General-Brigadier General in the Connecticut National Guard. He is listed in directories in the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century as the President of The George H Ford Company, and in 1918 he is listed as the President of Cellini Mfg Co. He died in 1923.Traintime wrote:....So, he might not be the maker here, but the work is expected to be soundly sourced. Died in 1920's. No clear report on end date of firm.
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