United States Patents 1802

Gears06United States Patents 1802

Hutton, Joseph and Fairman, Gideon on January 8, 1802
#X000352 improvement in the art of engraving TOOLS

Hathaway, Rufus on January 20, 1802
#X000353 improvement in a wind mill INDUSTRIAL

Willard, Simon on February 8, 1802
#X000354 improvement in a time piece MECHANICAL

Baker, Isaac on February 20, 1802
#X000355 machine for churning MECHANICAL

Whitlock, Thomas B. on February 23, 1802
#X000356 improvement in boxes for carriages INDUSTRIAL

Claiborne, Richard on February 23, 1802
#X000357 improvement in paddles for propelling boats BOATING

Robbins, Nathaniel on March 11, 1802
#X000358 improved mode of carrying fish in warm weather FISHING

Warrell, Jacob on March 17, 1802
#X000359 machine for cutting and grinding bark INDUSTRIAL

Biddis, John on March 22, 1802
#X000360 manufacturing starch from potatoes FOOD

Holly, John W. on March 27, 1802
#X000361 improvement in a grist mill INDUSTRIAL

Coates, Moses on April 1, 1802
#X000362 improvement in a saw mill which returns the log after each cut INDUSTRIAL

Whiting, Ebenezer on April 1, 1802
#X000363 improvement on a block making gang lathe TOOLS

Bell, William & DeMontmollin, Samuel on April 7, 1802
#X000364 machine for ginning cotton INDUSTRIAL

Pierce, Joel on April 10, 1802
#X000365 machine for churning TOOLS

Henfrey, Benjamin on April 16, 1802
#X000366 improvement being a cheap mode of obtaining light from fuel INDUSTRIAL

Downing, Samuel on April 19, 1802
#X000367 extracting the essence of bark for dying INDUSTRIAL

Spicer, Asher on April 22, 1802
#X000368 machine for cleaning clover seed FOOD

Richardson, Hezekiah, Jr. and Richardson, Levi on April 28, 1802
#X000369 improvement in a saw mill INDUSTRIAL

Abbott, Henry on May 4, 1802
#X000370 machine for rolling iron round INDUSTRIAL

Abbott, Henry on May 4, 1802
#X000371 improvement in casting close stoves HOUSEHOLD

Johnson, Henry on May 10, 1802
#X000372 improvement in flat roofs for houses and balconies HOUSEHOLD

Allison, Burgiss on May 12, 1802
#X000373 mode of improving spirits BOOZE

DuPre, Lewis on May 12, 1802
#X000374 scientific steel yards INDUSTRIAL

Ellicott, Benjamin on May 12, 1802
#X000375 machine for manufacturing salt INDUSTRIAL

Law, Andrew on May 12, 1802
#X000376 new plan for printing music ENTERTAINMENT

Young, Nicholas on May 14, 1802
#X000377 machine for cutting fur for the use of hatters INDUSTRIAL

West, Edward on July 6, 1802
#X000378 machine for cutting nails INDUSTRIAL

West, Edward on July 6, 1802
#X000379 improvement in heading and cutting nails INDUSTRIAL

West, Edward on July 6, 1802
#X000380 improvement in a gun lock MECHANICAL

West, Edward on July 6, 1802
#X000381 improvement in a steam boat BOATING

Perkins, Jacob on July 9, 1802
#X000382 improvement in pumps INDUSTRIAL

Stilwell, Stephen on July 9, 1802
#X000383 machine for cleaning wheat FOOD/FARMING

Greenleaf, John on July 13, 1802
#X000384 machine for cleaning out docks INDUSTRIAL

Reed, Jesse on July 15, 1802
#X000385 method of rolling iron for nails INDUSTRIAL

Miller, Ezekiel on July 17, 1802
#X000386 machine for making bricks INDUSTRIAL

Miller, Ezekiel on July 19, 1802
#X000387 improved machine for threshing and cleaning wheat INDUSTRIAL

Miller, Martin on July 19, 1802
#X000388 machine for cleaning clover seed FOOD

Pope, Joseph on July 22, 1802
#X000389 machine for threshing grain FARMING

Rawson, Thomas H. on July 24, 1802
#X000390 antibilious pills MEDICAL

Fobes, Nathan on August 2, 1802
#X000391 machine for making nails INDUSTRIAL

Templeton, James on August 17, 1802
#X000392 improvement in a trigonometrical quadrant MECHANICAL

Paine, William on August 24, 1802
#X000393 improvement in a still BOOZE

Putnam, Elisha on August 24, 1802
#X000394 improvement call a fire stop INDUSTRIAL

Boureau, Nicholas on August 30, 1802
#X000395 economical house and ship steam kitchen BOATING

Groves, Matthew C. on September 3, 1802
#X000396 astronomical quadrant SCIENCE

Walcott, Benjamin S. on September 4, 1802
#X000397 machine for heading nails INDUSTRIAL

Kennedy, Leonard on September 7, 1802
#X000398 improvement in fastening, in raising and supporting window sashes HOUSEHOLD

Richardson, John on September 13, 1802
#X000399 evaporating furnace INDUSTRIAL

Idler, Jacob on September 24, 1802
#X000400 machine for pressing cotton or other bale goods FARMING

Briggs, Samuel, Jr. on October 9,1802
#X000401 improvement in a steam engine INDUSTRIAL

Aveilhe, John Baptiste on October 14, 1802
#X000402 machine for raising water [perpetual motion] INDUSTRIAL

Chickering, Asa W. on November 29, 1802
#X000403 improvement in splitting skins INDUSTRIAL

Gorton, Benjamin on November 29, 1802
#X000404 improvement in extracting neutral salts from alkaline SCIENCE

Gardiner, Joseph on December on March 1802
#X000405 improvement in erecting dry docks BOATING

Caruthers, William on December 13, 1802
#X000406 machine for making nails INDUSTRIAL

Cowen, James on December 14, 1802
#X000407 improvement in the construction of mill wheels INDUSTRIAL

Staples, John on December 15, 1802
#X000408 improvement in stills BOOZE

Peers, Valentine on December 18, 1802
#X000409 improvement in making salt INDUSTRIAL

Kirk, Timothy on December 20, 1802
#X000410 improvement in a boiling cistern INDUSTRIAL

Lozarus, Simon on December 21, 1802
#X000411 antibilious stomach cordial MEDICAL

Pettibone, Daniel & Chapman, Ezekiel and Nichols, Josiah on December 22, 1802
#X000412 improvement in the manner of welding cast steel to iron INDUSTRIAL

DuBucMarentille, Abraham on December 23, 1802
#X000413 insubmersible boat BOATING

Burgiss, Allison & Hawkins, John on December 30, 1802
#X000414 improvement in manufacturing paper from corn husks INDUSTRIAL

Palmer, William on December 31, 1802
#X000415 machine for sawing stone and marble TOOLS

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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