US PATENTS IN 1869

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

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JANUARY 1869

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FEBRUARY 1869

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US 86.590                             Timothy  K.  Reed

Boots & Shoes

February 2, 1869

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US 86.591                             Timothy  K.  Reed

Stitch-Fastening Wire

February 2, 1869

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US 86.592                             Timothy  K.  Reed

Mechanism for forming Stitched Seams

February 2, 1869

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US 87.258                             Amos  Holbrook

Book-Sewing Machine

February 23, 1869

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MARCH 1869

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US 87.338              James A. House  &  Henry A. House

Button-Hole Sewing Machine Two Threads

Our invention relates to that class of sewing machines in which a zigzag stitch is formed by imparting to the material being sewed, a lateral reciprocating movement in addition to its usual feed-movement. Its object is so to regulate the length of the loop of the needle-thread as, alternately, to slacken and tighten the thread, to prevent the needle from being deflected by the vibration of the cloth; to which ends, the invention herein claimed, consists in a novel method of combining, with a sewing machine, mechanism, arranged below the cloth-plate, to draw of a sufficient quantity of needle-thread to allow for the vibrations of the cloth and, as the needle is about to enter the cloth, to slacken the thread, to prevent it from drawing the needle aside. The accompanying drawings make part of this specification and show our invention as adapted to a Wheeler & Wilson machine and also to a machine for making button-holes, for which Letters Patent US 55.865June 26, 1866 and Letters Patent US 56.224, July 10, 1866 were granted to us.

Assignors to the Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Company

March 2, 1869

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APRIL 1869

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MAY 1869

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JUNE 1869

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JULY 1869

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US 92.965                        Alexander Harroun Jr.

Attachment for Making a Button-Hole Stitch

My improvement consists of a device intended to take the place of the foot or cloth-presser of the sewing machine in common use, besides doing other things hereafter to be mentioned.

July 27, 1869

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AUGUST 1869

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US 94.212             Edmund Howard & William H. Jackson

Attachment for Making a Button-Hole Stitch

Our invention relates to certain improvements on an attachment for sewing machines for which Letters Patent US 69.671, dated October 8, 1867, were granted to us and of that class known as the "shuttle-machines", in which two threads are employed to form the stitch. The object of the attachment for which these Letters Patent were granted was to produce a perfect button-hole stitch, similar in its general characteristics to that produced by hand-sewing.

August 31, 1869

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SEPTEMBER 1869

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US 95.320                            William  Carpenter

Button-Hole Attachment for Sewing Machine

My invention is intended particularly as an improvement upon the “Singer sewing machine” and consists in giving to the needle a reciprocating motion on the needle-bar, as well as a vertical motion with said needle-bar, where by I am enabled to make button-holes, over seam, embroider, &c. This I accomplish by attaching the needle to a sliding bar, which bar moves on another bar, that is secured to the lower end of the needle-bar, said sliding bar, to which the needle is attached, obtaining its reciprocating motion from a vibrating finger mounted upon an adjustable plate, attached to the presser-foot or its attachments.

September 28, 1869

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OCTOBER 1869

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NOVEMBER 1869

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DECEMBER 1869

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US 97.856                             Samuel  J.  Baird

Button-Hole Sewing Machine

The object of my invention is to feed the cloth to the needle of any sewing machine in such a way that the stitches made by the machine, whether loop or lock, single or double chain stitch, shall be laid on each edge and the ends of the button-hole in a series parallel to each other and at right angles to the button-hole, so as to form the requisite binding for it. What I claim as my invention and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is:

1. The screw having the eccentric thereon, in combination with the cloth-clamp and oscillating plate, as and for the purposes described.

2. The cloth-clamp, the rest, the spring and presser in combination, substantially as and for the purposes described.

3. The cloth-clamp and its operating screw, in combination with the double rack, the ratchet and cog-wheels, substantially as and for the purposes described.

4. The connecting-plate, the oscillating plate and the lever and cam in combination, substantially as and for the purposes described.

5. The cam V and carrier T, in combination  with the sliding ratchet, for changing its position and changing the movement of the clamp, substantially as described.

December 14, 1869

reissued:

March 12, 1872         US RE 4.794

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