Your clock is typical of clocks made in New England circa 1830-1840. My books have no reference to the maker you mention. Many makers of this period (e.g.Ephraim Downs) made similar clocks. If you could provide a pic of the movement, the options could perhaps be narrowed by an expert in the features of these movements. Apparently the paper that would have been pasted to the inside back board is missing. This would have given the maker. If any of this paper remains, check to see what leters survive, even the name of the printer at the very bottom would be of assistance.
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