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US Patent: 133,964
Improvement in shingle-machines
Patentee:
Newton H. Bolton - Minneapolis, MN

USPTO Classifications:
83/705

Tool Categories:
woodworking machines : specialty machines : shingle machines

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
F. E. Smith
J. B. Smith

Patent Dates:
Granted: Dec. 17, 1872

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Description:
"My improvement is a shingle-machine constructed on a new plan, so far as the feed and set works are concerned. The feed-works are arranged so as to feed slow when feeding the bolt to the saw, and fast when carrying the bolt back, after the shingle is sawed off."

A genealogical posting on rootsweb.com indicates that the inventor was 41 years old in 1880, was married to Mary (nee Newton), was a machinist, and was born in Ohio. They had a 13 year old daughter, Celeste E. (born in Wisconsin), an 8 year old daughter, Grace (also born in Wisconsin), and a 6 year old daughter, Ada (born in Minnesota).

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