US PATENTS IN 1867

This list of patents is far than be complete, further researches will be done, including patents for Needles and Knitting Machines.

Number of applications for patents during the year .................... 21.276

Number of patents issued, including reissues and designs   ........ 13.015

Number of applications for extensions of patents ............................ 106

Number of patents extended .............................................................. 95

Number of patents expired ............................................................ 1.005

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JANUARY 1867

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US 60.669                              W. B. Bartram

January 1, 1867

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US 60.682                                L. B. Bruen

January 1, 1867

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US 60.769                              M. H. Merriam

January 1, 1867

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US 60.888                                 J. Hanlon

January 1, 1867

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US 61.101                              George  Rehfuss

Work Carrier for Sewing Machine

My invention relates to mechanism for facilitating the movement, in front of a sewing machine, of carpets, sails and other heavy fabrics to be sewed and my invention, consists of a truck for supporting and retaining the fabric and for traversing in front of a sewing machine in the manner described hereafter, the truck-wheels being adapted to inclined rails, so that its movement during the operation of the feeding device is facilitated...

...I claim as my invention and desire to secure by Letters Patent the combination of a stationary sewing machine and two or more inclined rails, which are traversed by a truck or carrier adapted for the reception and retention of a fabric to be sewed; when the required traversing motion is imparted to the said truck by the operation of the feed device of the machine, substantially as described.

Assignor to

American Button-Hole, Cording, Braiding and Machine Company

January 8, 1867

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US 61.102                              George  Rehfuss

Sewing Machine

My invention consists of certain mechanism, fully described hereafter, for making stitches over and across the edges of a fabric, (or an edge binding) also in devices, described hereafter, whereby the said mechanism can be readily so arranged as to make the ordinary looped stitch; also of a device for imparting tension to the needle-thread and regulating that tension.

Assignor to

American Button-Hole, Cording, Braiding and Machine Company

January 8, 1867 

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US 61.103                              George  Rehfuss

Sewing Machine

My invention consists in certain mechanism, fully described hereafter, for sewing together carpets and other heavy fabrics.

Assignor to the American Button-Hole Sewing Machine Company

January 8, 1867

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US 61.176                                 J. C. Driggs

January 15, 1867

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US 61.232                                S. Moulton

January 15, 1867

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US 61.270                                I. M. Singer

January 15, 1867

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US 61.533                       E. A.  Goodes & E. L. Miller

Button-Hole Sewing Machine Two Threads

Our invention consists in the arrangement and combination, described hereafter, of an inclined vibrating needle-arm, eye-pointed needle and a vibrating loop-holder or carrier for making a button-hole stitch over the edges of fabrics. ...

... It will now be seen that the loop-carrier will convey loops of thread from the under side and upwards across the edge of the fabric to be locked to the same by the needle-thread and that the stitch produced is precisely the same as the double-threaded stitch described in our patent of July 26, 1859, reissued February 9, 1864

Assignors to the

American Button-Hole Machine Company

Assignors to the

American Button-Hole, Cording, Braiding and Embroidering Machine Co.

January 29, 1867

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US 61.552                                 C. H. Miller

January 29, 1867

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US 61.618                               H. C. Goodrich

January 29, 1867

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FEBRUARY 1867

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US 61.711                                    E. Cajar

February 5, 1867

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US 62.050                                J. S. McCurdy

February 12, 1867

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US 62.186                                  E. H. Craige

February 19, 1867

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US 62.287                                  T. K. Reed

February 19, 1867

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US 62.288                                  T. K. Reed

February 19, 1867

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MARCH 1867

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US 62.520                                W. B. Bartram

March 5,, 1867

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US 62.986                               H. F. Willson

March 19, 1867

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US 62.999                                W. Bennett

March 19, 1867

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US 63.033                               H. W.  Fuller

March 19, 1867

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US 63.117                                J. Thomas

March 19, 1867

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US 63.149                                G. A. Fairfield

March 26, 1867

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US 63.132                               F. Armstrong

March 26, 1867

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APRIL 1867

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US 63.463                                 S. C. Brown

April 2, 1867

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US 63.483                       G. S. Darling & E. Howe, jr.

April 2, 1867

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US 63.607                               F. H. Brown

April 9, 1867

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US 63.615                               B. W.  Collier

April 9, 1867

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US 64.051                                W. Wheaton

April 23, 1867

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US 64.184                                M. Stannard

April 23, 1867

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US 64.237                              C. Z.  Mattison

April 30, 1867

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US 64.241                          William H.  McNary

Knitting Machine

The several improvements which constitute this invention relate to that class of knitting machines employing needles with short, inflexible hooks, from which the stitches are taken by stitch-hooks without any longitudinal movement of the needles themselves. The said improvements are for the most part more especially applicable to such machines of that class as have the rotary or lateral motion of their needles controlled, for the purpose of giving the desired form to stockings or other articles, by means of a rotary studded cylinder or drum and a threaded wheel, as described in my Letters Patent US 28.290, dated May 15, 1860. What I claim as my invention and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is:

1. In combination with the needle-ring the presser having the compound motions, substantially as and for the purpose described.

2. Operating the stitch-hooks by cranks upon separate shafts carrying gear-wheels engaging corresponding wheels on the main shaft, substantially as and for the purpose described.

3. Connecting the threads of the switch-wheel directly with the needle-ring, substantially as and for the purpose set forth.

April 30, 1867

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MAY 1867

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US 64.404                                E.  Bostock

May 7, 1867

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US 64.830                                 R. Barclay

May 21, 1867

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US 64.840                              G. F. Clemons

May 21, 1867

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US 64.968                               G. D.  Garvie

May 21, 1867

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US 65.052                        E. Booth & J. A. Davis

May 28, 1867

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US 65.062                                 J. A. Davis

May 28, 1867

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US 65.141                              A. Weissenborn

May 28, 1867

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JUNE 1867

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US 65.395                                  T. E.  King

June 4, 1867

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US 65.665                                  W. S. Hall

June 11, 1867

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US 65.768                                  I. M. Rose

June 11, 1867

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US 65.887                                 N. B.  Devol

June 18, 1867

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US 66.185                               R. H.  St. John

June 25, 1867

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JULY 1867

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US 66.440                                W. W. Abbott

July 9, 1867

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US 66.505                                S. Littlefield

July 9, 1867

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US 66.899                             Ferdinand  Sims

New and improved Book-Sewing Machine

July 16, 1867

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US 67.179                                G. A. Fairfield

July 30, 1867

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US 67.183                                  M. T. Fitch

July 30, 1867

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US 67.300                               W. F. Hayden

July 30, 1867

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AUGUST 1867

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US 67.407                                S. F.  Brown

August 6, 1867

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US 67.535                            Henry J. Hancock

August 6, 1867

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US 67.544                                 A. C. Hobbs

August 6, 1867

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US 67.582                                  T. K. Reed

August 6, 1867

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US 67.590                    E.  Safford & O. H. Masters

August 6, 1867

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US 67.591                                J. A. Sawyer

August 6, 1867

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US 67.635                                E. H. Craige

August 13, 1867

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US 67.652                          J. A.  &  H. A. House

August 13, 1867

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US 67.653                          J. A.  &  H. A. House

August 13, 1867

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US 67.674                                J. Preston

August 13, 1867

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US 67.752                               H. W.  Hadley

August 13, 1867

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US 67.753                              J. R. Haggerty

August 13, 1867

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US 67.803                                G. Robinson

August 13, 1867

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US 67.815                               R. B. Stanton

August 13, 1867

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US 67.870                              H. C. Goodrich

August 20, 1867

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US 67.881                               G. F. Kendall

August 20, 1867

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US 67.906                                 T. K. Reed

August 20, 1867

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US 67.965                                  G. Elmes

August 20, 1867

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US 68.009                                C. Stebbins

August 20, 1867

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US 68.196                                  W. S. Hill

August 27, 1867

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US 68.314                                 L. W.  Sap

August 27, 1867

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SEPTEMBER 1867

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US 68.420                                    A. Doll

September 3, 1867

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US 68.517                               G.C. Lathrop

September 3, 1867

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US 68.828                                A.  Judson

September 10, 1867

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US 68.835                            C. F. Bosworth

September 17, 1867

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US 68.839                               L. B. Bruen

September 17, 1867

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US 69.056                               L. R. Wiggin

September 17, 1867

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US 69.095                              C. J. Holcomb

September 24, 1867

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US 69.289                                J. P.  White

September 24, 1867

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OCTOBER 1867

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US 69.463                              T. C. Michener

October 1, 1867

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US 69.613                             J. M.  Batchelor

October 8, 1867

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US 69.666                         Christopher  Hodgkins

This invention relates to certain new and useful improvements in single-thread sewing machines and it consists in an improved means for giving a proper degree of tension to the thread, as hereinafter fully shown and described, whereby an improved sewing machine of the class specified is obtained. 

October 8, 1867 

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US 69.671             Edmund Howard & William H. Jackson

Attachment for Making a Button-Hole Stitch

The present invention relates to an attachment for sewing machines and for that class of such machines more particularly known as the "shuttle-machines" or those in which two threads are employed to form the stitch, the object and purpose of the attachment being to produce a "button-hole stitch", so called, along and over the edge of the goods or materials as it is being sewed therein.

October 8, 1867

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US 69.946                                 A. Steward

October 15, 1867

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US 69.975                             W. J. Demorest

October 22, 1867

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US 70.142                            R.  Whitehill  jr.

October 22, 1867

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NOVEMBER 1867

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US 70.803               Chapman, Good Speed & E. Reed

November 12, 1867

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US 70.835                            T. J. Halligan

November 12, 1867

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DECEMBER 1867

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US 72.180                                  W. Fiske

December 17, 1867

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US 72.574                                W. Weitling

December 24, 1867

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US 72.607                               G.  Cuppers

December 24, 1867

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US 72.642                               O. W.  Horr

December 24, 1867

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US 72.676                              G. W. Powers

December 24, 1867

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US 72.739                                J. Johnson

December 31, 1867 

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US 72.829                                 J. Fanning

December 31, 1867

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US 72.934                             W. M.  Stoddard

December 31, 1867

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