WELCOME to Stony Brook Company's website!

We are manufacturers of United States Army foot pattern enlisted man's trousers made in the WILLIAM DEERING contract and SCHUYLKILL ARSENAL depot patterns. We also manufacture OFFICER'S trousers as well. Of course, all of our trousers are made here in Oswego, New York!

MOUNTED TROUSERS: While we do not manufacture mounted pattern trousers we do get them in on occasion for consignment. Therefore, if you are looking for mounted pattern trousers please refer to our trouser consignment section as we have some listed there from time to time. Of course any questions concerning mounted trouser availability please e-mail me.

We have been an active part of the Civil War reenactment community since January 1968 and in service as a uniform manufacturer since July of 1974 (forty years and counting :-).

Since 1976 we have served as a commission merchant to the hobby and maintain a section on this site for new and used customer consigned items. These items can be found under the Consignments #1, #2 and #3 links under SITE MAP (see left) and in their respective catagories (coats, trousers, equipment, etc.). For our efforts on behalf of both buyers and sellers we have been classified as the PREMIER consignment service to the hobby.

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         Richmond Depot Type II Jacket. Size 40. Made by Fenny Haines/Richmond Depot. Fabric
         Is a Light Gray Cashmere Or Satinet. Block "I" Buttons On Front And On The
         Shoulder Epaulettes. Cotton Drill Lining w/ Internal Left Breast Pocket. Worn Only To
         Non-Field Events So In Great Condition.

         Houston Depot "Texas Penitentiary" Jacket. Size 40 to 42. Made by Fred Baker. Worn
         To Only One Field Event And Remains In Great Condition. White Wool Flannel Body
         w/ Unbleached Cotton Drill Body & Sleeve Linings. Mixed US & CS Buttons On The
         Front. US Eagles On The Shoulder Epaulettes. Worn A couple Times But Remains In
         Great Shape. Freshly Hand Washed.



         Civilian Light Gray Cassmiere Size 42 To 44 Sack Coat w/ Royal Blue Cotton Twill
         Tape Trim Around Body. Lined In Dark blue w/ Tan & Maroon Striped Cotton Shirting.
         Three 3/4 Antique Domed / Patterned Hard Rubber Buttons On The Front. Plain Sleeves.
         This Coat Is Brand New Never Worn. (Wambaugh, White & Co).

         Black Wool Size 42 Civilian Vest. Black Polished Cotton Lining & Backing. New.
         Never Worn. Black Painted Floral Pattern Brass Buttons (missing one). Two Rear
         Belts w/ Black Two-Tine Buckle. One Breast Pocket. (Privately Made.)


         U.S. Infantry Frock Coat. Size 40. Made by Sekela. Worn A Few Times But Remains
         In Great Condition. Just Has Some Minor Stains On The Sleeve Linings (under the
         arms & at the cuffs). NO Physical Damage (no rips, tears or repairs, etc).

         Confederate Frock Coat. Size 42. Good for Enlisted or Officer. Made by Fenny Haines
         (Richmond Depot). Fabric Is Either Cashmere Or Satinet. Worn Only To Non-field Events.
         Nine Block "I" Buttons On The front, 4 On The Tails & Three Small Per Cuff. Rear
         Tail Plaquets & Tail Pockets. Fully Lined In Small Check Cotton. Great Condition.

         U.S. Officer's (or enlisted man's private purchase) Four Button Sack Coat. Size 42.
         Has 1st Lieutenant Shoulder Straps Attached. Black Cotton Twill Lining. Internal
         Breast Pocket & Three Outside Pockets. French (wide) Elbows & Gathered Shoulders.
         Four 3/4" US Buttons On The Front & Three 1/2" Buttons Per Cuff. Privately Made.


         Brass Powder Flask: #TR1765

         Civilian Straw Hat: #TR5244


         Off-White Cotton Havelock. Pull-Over Style (no button holes). More Info Pending

         Black Oil Cloth Rain Cover For XXL Kepi. Old Sutler Stock. Some Surface Damage -
         (Tiny Bits Of Finish Have Come Off). More Info Pending. (Maker Unknown).

         U.S. Type II Forage Cap. Size 6 & 7/8. Brand New. (Dirty Billy)

         U.S. Type II Forage Cap. Size 6 & 7/8. Well Worn But Still Serviceable. (Starbuck)

         Forage Cap Rain Cover. High End Work. Fits Starbuck Forage Cap. (Maker Unknown).

         Confederate Kepi. Size 7 3/8. Worn To Non-Field Events And In Great Shape! Large
         Square Cut Black Leather Visor. Based On Photo Of A Georgia Soldier. More Info
         Pending. (Greg Starbuck)

         Painted Ground Cloth. Used A Few Times. Bought from S&S Sutler In Gettysburg.
         More Info Pending.

         Civilian Cotton Check Shirt. Size 42-44. Never Worn. More Info Pending. (Sekela)

         Civilian 7 3/8 Cap. Modeled After A Cap in "Echoes of Glory/Confederacy". New,
         Never Worn. More Info Pending. (Don Smith/Trans-Mississippi Depot)

         Gold Civilian Necktie & Adjustable Cravat. Used Only A Couple Times & In Great
         Condition. (Corner Clothiers)

         Small Assortment Of Period Goodyear Hard Rubber Civilian Buttons.

         C.S. Blanket. Originally From Wambaugh, White & Company. Never Used.

         Confederate Trousers. 35" Waist. Worn A Few Time And Has Two Tiny Burn Marks (from
         embers). Originally Purchased From S&S Sutler of Gettysburg. More Info Pending.

         Confederate Issue White Cotton Shirt. Fits 44 To 46 Chest. worn A Few Times But
         In Great Shape. Made By Fred Baker. More Info Pending.

         C.S. Cadet Gray Wool Trousers. Size 48" (we can alter) X Unfinished Length. "Standard
         Grade" Finish (principally machine sewn but w/ hand sewn button holes & some
         assorted hand tacking
). Side Seam Pockets, Right Side Watch Pocket, Currently
         Without Buttons And Rear Adjustment Belts. These Will Be Added Upon Sale Plus We
         Will Hem To Length For The Buyer. (SBC)

         U.S. Hardee Hat. Size 7 3/8 - 7 1/2. Well Used Plus No Sweatband. Has Infantry
         Hat Cord & Some Brass. (maker unknown).

         Dark Blue Zouave/Chasseur Pattern Trousers. Size 44" x 33" (alterable). Brand
         New Never Worn. "Standard Grade" Finish (principally machine sewn but w/ hand
         sewn button holes & some assorted hand tacking
). More Info Pending. (SBC)

         Green Check Cotton Shirt. Fits Up To A 44" Chest. Used But Remains Solid And
         Serviceable. Shell Buttons. Freshly Laundered. (sutler row)

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Lastly, Stony Brook Company is now a mail order operation. We no longer maintain our walk in shop facility we had in downtown Oswego for many years. The 169 W. Fifth Street address is simply our administrative office location.

Thanks gang!

Chris Sullivan

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General Info on Payment, Shipping, Returns, etc.

High End!
Museum Grade

Product Information (100% wool)

Mostly Machine Sewn
Standard Grade

Product Information (100% wool or 85/15% wool blend)

Officer's Trousers! Officer's Trousers
Foot Pattern

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Showing both grades plus main pattern differences

Information for new buyers

Coats, Jackets, Trousers, Unif. Sets

Caps/Hats, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Accoutrements & Equipment, Camp & Mess Gear

Civilian Clothing, Insignia, Personal Items, Odds & Ends

Sky Blue & Dark Blue Medium Weight Wool
(wholesale & retail)
Other Colors Available (wholesale only)

A couple sundry items
A small selection of chevrons, suspenders & U.S. enlisted buttons

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PLEASE NOTE: our trouser sizing is limited to a MINIMUM waist size of 30" to a MAXIMUM of 48". Due to pattern limitations we cannot manufacture outside of these size ranges. We apologize for any and all inconvenience.

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Additionally, please CLICK HERE to read our position on supplying trouser kits, patterns, partials, working with other fabrics and modifying our patterns.






Our favorite Victorian business philosophy which serves well even today

"The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot ...
it can't be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well to add
something for the risk you run, and if you do that, you will
have enough to pay for something better."

John Ruskin, Author, 1819 1900







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