United States Patents 1797

Gears06United States Patents 1797

Nazro, John on January 6, 1797
#X000146 improvement in making soap INDUSTRIAL/HOUSEHOLD

Nazro, John on January 6, 1797
#X000147 extracting alkali from marine salt and kelp INDUSTRIAL

Peale, Charles Wilson on January 21, 1797
#X000148 improvement in bridges INDUSTRIAL

Spence, James on February 16, 1797
#X000149 improvement in cutting and heading nails INDUSTRIAL

Mangin, Joseph F. on February 16, 1797
#X000150 improvement in cutting and polishing marble INDUSTRIAL

McCallmont, James on February 20, 1797
#X000151 improvement in stoves HOUSEHOLD

Mulliken, Samuel on February 20, 1797
#X000152 improvement in scouring or skinning rice FARMING

Stuart, Richardson on February 24, 1797
#X000153 improvement in chimneys INDUSTRIAL/HOUSEHOLD

Fowler, John on February 24, 1797
#X000154 improvement in bridges INDUSTRIAL

Kersey, Jesse on February 24, 1797
#X000155 improvement in cutting and heading nails INDUSTRIAL

Allwine, Lawrence on February 24, 1797
#X000156 improvement in mixing colours and painting INDUSTRIAL

Hirst, Thomas on March 11, 1797
#X000157 improvement in stoves HOUSEHOLD

Booker, William on March 11, 1797
#X000158 machine for threshing wheat & etc. FARMING

Betts, Silas on March 18, 1797
#X000159 improvement in a tide water wheel INDUSTRIAL

Briggs, Nathaniel on March 28, 1797
#X000160 improvement in washing clothes HOUSEHOLD

Wheaton, Caleb on March 29, 1797
#X000161 improvement in stoves HOUSEHOLD

Kersey, Jesse on April 13, 1797
#X000162 improvement in fire engines INDUSTRIAL

Leach, Caleb on April 13, 1797
#X000163 improvement in boring pumps INDUSTRIAL

Hall, Fitch on April 17, 1797
#X000164 combination of astringent woods and vegetables in distilling FOOD/BOOZE

Starr, Jehoshaphat on April 28, 1797
#X000165 improvement in propelling boats and vessels by steam engines BOATING

Faris, William on April 29, 1797
#X000166 improvement in propelling carriages INDUSTRIAL

Duval, Benjamin on May 3, 1797
#X000167 antibilious pills MEDICAL

Garretson, Isaac on May 29, 1797
#X000168 improvement in constructing and rigging vessels BOATING

Stickney, John on June 3, 1797
#X000169 improvement in bridges INDUSTRIAL

Whittemore, Amos on June 5, 1797
#X000170 improvement in manufacturing wool cards INDUSTRIAL

Grieve, David on June 8, 1797
#X000171 improvement in looms INDUSTRIAL

Burt, Walter on June 23, 1797
#X000172 raising a nap on cloths INDUSTRIAL

Seymour, Benjamin on June 26, 1797
#X000173 rollers for slitting and other mills for rolling iron INDUSTRIAL

Seymour, Benjamin on June 26, 1797
#X000174 improvement in straightening iron hoops INDUSTRIAL/TOOLS

Wynkoop, Benjamin on June 26, 1797
#X000175 pendulous bellows for pumping ships BOATING

Sampson, Joseph Stacey on June 26, 1797
#X000176 improvement in making candles INDUSTRIAL/HOUSEHOLD

Newbold, Charles on June 26, 1797
#X000177 improvement in ploughs FARMING

Bruff, Thomas, Sr. on July 1, 1797
#X000178 improvement in extracting teeth MEDICAL

Johnson, Moses on June 30, 1797
#X000179 mode of preserving butter FOOD

Jarvis, Bill on July 8, 1797
#X000180 improvement in making shingles, boards, etc. INDUSTRIAL

Hawkins, John on July 11, 1797
#X000181 improvement in forming bricks, tiles, etc. INDUSTRIAL

Kinsley, Apollos on August 12, 1797
#X000182 improvement in cutting tobacco FARMING/TOOLS

Nevill, Jonathan on August 12, 1797
#X000183 improvement in cutting and heading nails INDUSTRIAL

Dulheuer, Henry on August 18, 1797
#X000184 improvement in saw mills TOOLS

Curtiss, Jonathan W. on August 24, 1797
#X000185 improvement in mills TOOLS

Peale, Charles Wilson on November 16, 1797
#X000186 improvement in fire places HOUSEHOLD

Stickney, Thomas on November 16, 1797
#X000187 improvement in saddles ANIMALS

Pettibone, Daniel on November 16, 1797
#X000188 improvement in breaking dough and paste INDUSTRIAL

Eliot, Richard R. on November 16, 1797
#X000189 improvement in threshing grain FARMING

Terry, Eli on November 17, 1797
#X000190 improvement in clocks, time keepers, and watches HOUSEHOLD/INDUSTRIAL

Parsons, Stephen on November 20, 1797
#X000191 improvement in making window sashes HOUSEHOLD

Martin, John on November 21, 1797
#X000192 machine for propelling boats BOATING

Ring, Elias on December 10,1797
#X000193 spiral wheel for working in tide water INDUSTRIAL

Payne, William on December 10, 1797
#X000194 soap stone stove INDUSTRIAL/HOUSEHOLD

Palmer, Timothy on December 17, 1797
#X000195 improvement in bridges INDUSTRIAL

Fling, Lester on December 19, 1797
#X000196 improvement in making nails INDUSTRIAL

Patent records through July 1836 were burned in a fire. Not all have been consolidated into the new list.
They have been researched and are called “X-Patents” when found. Not all have been consolidated into the new list.
Officially patents of this era have an “X” at the end of the patent number, but that is not always the case.
Research online often put the “x” in the front of the number, and we have used that system.
Fractional numbers are designed to update patents, but keep them in sequential order.

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