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T / S Patent Date Description Patentee Category Assigned To
 1841
U 2,056 April 19, 1841 Improvement in the Mode of Connecting the Rods of Lightning Conductors, Etc.
Lightning rod attached to building with a hook clip
STRONG, Justin E.
Lightning Rod  
U 2,284 October 9, 1841 Improvement in the Mode of Attaching the Receiving and Discharge Points of Lightning Conductors
Lightning rod connectors cast on the ends
ORCUTT, William A.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1854
U 11,217 July 4, 1854 Improvement in Lightning Rods for Vessels
Lightning rod system tied to the ship's masts and grounded to the copper sheathing on the hull
FORBES, Robert B.
Lightning Rod  
 1858
U 21,905 October 26, 1858 Improved Method of Insulating and Supporting Lightning Rods
Lightning rod with adjustable caps
ROGERS, Elkanah C.
Lightning Rod  
 1866
U 51,934 January 9, 1866 Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Hook with improved rubber cap and flared top
ELY, Alfred B.
Hook  
U 51,935 January 9, 1866 Improvement in Insulating Telegraph Wires
Paraffin and rubber insulated wire
ELY, Alfred B.
Paraffin  
U 56,542 July 24, 1866 Improvement in Insulators for Telegraphs
Hook to be inserted directly into pole or crossarm
ELY, Alfred B.
Hook  
 1869
U Specimen known 87,187 February 23, 1869 Improved Composition Insulator for Telegraph and other Electric Conductors
Composition material of silica, gum shellac etc. molded
MERRICK, JR., John M.
Composition  
U 88,066 March 23, 1869 Improved Glass Furnace
Improved glass furnace with blower to remove fumes and improve the draught
OAKMAN, Samuel
Furnace  
 1870
U Specimen known 105,834 July 26, 1870 Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Pin hole tapered with grooves to receive wedged, split-end pin
OAKMAN, Samuel
Pin  
U 107,303 September 13, 1870 Improvement in Attaching Insulators to Telegraph Poles
Threadless insulator mounted on pin via horizontally inserted keeper pin
STEARNS, Joseph B.
Threadless  
 1871
U 117,320 July 25, 1871 Improvement in Chimneys
Improvement in chimney for glass furnace
OAKMAN, Samuel
Furnace  
 1872
U Specimen known 132,214 October 15, 1872 Improvement in Formers for Segmentally Screw Threaded Insulators
Plunger to form segmented threads
OAKMAN, Samuel
Plunger  
U Specimen known 132,215 October 15, 1872 Improvement in Formers for Segmentally Screw Threaded Insulators
Plunger to form segmented threads
OAKMAN, Samuel
Plunger  
 1878
U 208,487 October 1, 1878 Bottle Stopper
Bottle stopper
OAKMAN, Samuel
Bottle  
 1883
U 279,289 June 12, 1883 Telegraph and Telephone Line
Use of copper wire instead of iron and crossarms between poles to keep the wires separated
VALE, Theodore N.
Miscellaneous  
D 13,996 June 19, 1883 Design for an Inkstand
Inkstand
GRAY, Lawrence B.
Ink  
 1884
U Specimen known 291,072 January 1, 1884 Press for Molding Glass Insulators
Press for making glass insulators to form interior
MURPHY, Edward J.
Press Lawrence Gray & Joseph Ham
U Specimen known 306,146 October 7, 1884 Press for Molding Glass Insulators
Press for making threads with removable thread forming mandrel
GRAY, Lawrence B.
Press  
U Specimen known 306,147 October 7, 1884 Press for Molding Glass Insulators
Press for making threads with removable thread forming mandrel
GRAY, Lawrence B.
HAM, Joseph
Press  
U 308,778 December 2, 1884 Composition for Making Non-Conducting Handles for Sad-Irons, &c.
Mixture of mica and glue to make solid non-conducting composition handles
LEE, Charles Tennant
Composition  
 1885
U Specimen known 324,157 August 11, 1885 Method of Forming Screw Threads on Glass
Threads formed in glass (plunger remains in glass during annealing)
PENNYCUICK, James G.
Thread  
 1887
U 362,477 May 3, 1887 Electric Police Call Alarm Box
Police call alarm box with a key
COUGHLIN, John J.
Alarm Box 3/4 to Hern, Prendergast, Oakman
 1888
U 386,925 July 31, 1888 Electrical Non-Conductor
Non-conducting composition material composed of mica and glue used to coat cheese cloth and made in thin sheets, which are then coated with shellac to repel moisture
LEE, Charles Tennant
WAITE, Charles N.
Composition 1/2 to The Gould & Watson Co.
U Specimen known 389,519 September 11, 1888 Composition of Matter
Composition material composed of mica and shellac that can be molded (Rick Soller's threaded pin-type specimen)
LEE, Charles Tennant
Composition  
 1889
U 402,810 May 7, 1889 Supporting and Cross-Connecting Electric Wires
Transposition method using double crossarms with long and short pins
DENVER, William J.
Transposition  
U 409,985 August 27, 1889 Composition of Matter
Composition material composed of mica and water glass
LEE, Charles Tennant
Composition 1/2 to The Gould & Watson Co.
U 409,986 August 27, 1889 Process of Attaching Composition of Matter to Metal
Method of molding the composition material under pressure in metal parts and allowing it to cool to prevent expansion and create a secure attachment to the metal
LEE, Charles Tennant
Composition 1/2 to The Gould & Watson Co.
U 411,384 September 17, 1889 Packing for Steam Pipes
Composition material used to coat the outside of pipes to act as an insulator against heat
LEE, Charles Tennant
Composition 1/2 to The Gould & Watson Co.
U 411,749 September 24, 1889 Electric Insulator
Support for overhead wires for electric railways made of a block coated inside with composition material
MCCARTHY, Louis
Composition The Gould & Watson Co. and Charles Tennant Lee
U 413,146 October 15, 1889 Insulator
Tree insulator bracket holding wire with two spool type insulator
MCCARTHY, Louis
Tree Charles Lee & The Gould & Watson Co.
 1890
U 428,979 May 27, 1890 Electric Insulator
Blocks coated with composition material to support overhead lines for electric railway
WATSON, George B.
Composition The Gould & Watson Co.
 1891
U 444,317 January 6, 1891 Electric Wire Insulating Cleat
Cleat
POTTER, John S.
CARTWRIGHT, David J.
Cleat John S. Potter
U 448,703 March 24, 1891 Support for Electric Line Wires
Hanger insulator for trolley conductor
WIRT, Herbert C.
Hanger  
U 462,862 November 10, 1891 Press for Molding Glass Insulators
Press for making insulators
GRAY, Lawrence B.
Press  
 1892
U 467,941 February 2, 1892 Insulator
Strain type
LEE, Charles T.
Strain 1/2 to The Gould & Watson Co.
U 467,942 February 2, 1892 Insulator
Suspension type using mica sheets with metal case
LEE, Charles T.
Suspension 1/2 to The Gould & Watson Co.
U 469,940 March 1, 1892 Insulator
Knob - self-tying
HAMMOND, Charles N.
Knob  
U 477,980 June 28, 1892 Insulator
Knob
WIRT, Herbert C.
Knob The Thomson-Houston Electric Co.
U 482,872 September 20, 1892 Insulator
Strain type
LEE, Charles T.
Strain The Johns-Pratt Co.
U 485,106 October 25, 1892 Insulator
Knob of mica with side groove to hold wire
LEE, Charles T.
Knob The Johns-Pratt Co.
 1893
U 489,658 January 10, 1893 Strain Insulator
Strain type
MCCARTHY, Louis
Strain  
U 494,286 March 28, 1893 Apparatus for Protecting Buildings from Lightning
System replaces lightning rods by using batteries to put a charge on wires run along the edges of the roof to prevent a lightning strike
BARTLETT, Jonathan B. L.
Lightning Rod  
D Specimen known 22,684 August 8, 1893 Design for an Insulator
CD 268.5 top-groove pin type (Dec. 1974 Cross Arm p. 34)
GRAY, Lawrence B.
Pin-type  
U 505,123 September 19, 1893 Insulator Pin
Pin (wooden) strengthened by metal rod
O'NEILL, James J.
Pin  
U 506,002 October 3, 1893 Insulating Support for Metallic Circuits
Oil cup insulator to support short crossarm for two insulators
COUSENS, Alfred C.
Oil Charles Stone
U 511,611 December 26, 1893 Insulator
Cleat - self-tying
HAMMOND, Charles N.
Cleat The Hammond Cleat & Insulator Co.
U Specimen known 511,612 December 26, 1893 Insulator
Cleat - self-tying
HAMMOND, Charles N.
Cleat The Hammond Cleat & Insulator Co.
 1894
U 514,221 February 6, 1894 Insulator
Pin sleeve
GRAY, Lawrence B.
Pin  
U Specimen known 518,301 April 17, 1894 Ceiling Cleat
Cleat - 2 piece
WIRT, Herbert C.
Cleat General Electric Co.
U Specimen known 522,175 June 26, 1894 Insulator
Self-tying with metal cap screws down on two metal ears to hold wire
ANDERSEN, Johan M.
Self-tying Miscellaneous 1/2 to Albert Anderson
U 524,850 August 21, 1894 Insulator
Strain and hanger block
HAMMOND, Charles N.
Strain  
U Specimen known 530,706 December 11, 1894 Insulator
Composition insulator with clip ears
MCCARTHY, Louis
Composition  
 1895
U 539,040 May 14, 1895 Insulator
Cleat (ceiling) with metal clip (Electrical Engineer 1-30-1895 and 8-14-1895) It was referred to as the ""Simplest"" cleat and the Ideal cleat.
DESISLES, Leonard H.
Cleat 1/2 to Frederick Palmer
 1896
U 573,101 December 15, 1896 Wall Insulator
Slack wire ring driven into mortar between bricks
O'NEILL, James J.
Slack Wire  
 1897
U 595,089 December 7, 1897 Third Rail Insulator
Third rail insulator with metal protective covering.
ANDERSON, Albert
Third Rail 1/2 to Johan M. Anderson
 1898
D 28,355 March 8, 1898 Design for an Insulator
Insulator (composition?) with round end on pin
MCCARTHY, Louis
Misc  
D 28,356 March 8, 1898 Design for an Insulator
Insulator (composition?) similar to lightning rod ball
MCCARTHY, Louis
Misc  
U 605,741 June 14, 1898 Strain Insulator
Strain, adjustable insulator of composition & iron (Brown p. 30)
MCCARTHY, Louis
Strain  
 1899
U 631,234 August 15, 1899 Cleat for Electric Wiring
Cleat
STEVENS, Henry M.
Cleat 1/2 to The Pettingill Andrews Co.
 1901
U 675,615 June 4, 1901 Insulator
Third rail insulator with iron mounting bracket and cap to support the rail
ANDERSEN, Johan M.
ANDERSEN, Albert
Third Rail  
U 684,909 October 22, 1901 Insulating Bushing
Bushing
COLE, John A.
Bushing  
 1902
U Specimen known 700,463 May 20, 1902 Insulator for Electric Circuits
CD 301, CD 321 & U-938 (Strengthening ribs skirt to petticoat)
WALTHER, William J.
Insulator  
U 706,194 August 5, 1902 Insulator
Strain composed of a ball of composition material with metal members embedded in the ball
MCCARTHY, Louis
Strain  
 1905
U 802,096 October 17, 1905 Tree Insulator
Tree hanger
DUNTON, Charles W.
Tree 1/2 to Frank Field
 1907
U Specimen known 869,403 October 29, 1907 Strain Insulator
Strain insulator made of a ball with two loop connectors
ANDERSON, Albert
Strain Albert & J M Anderson Mfg. Co
U Specimen known 869,404 October 29, 1907 Strain Insulator
Strain insulator made of a ball with two loop connectors
ANDERSON, Albert
Strain Albert & J M Anderson Mfg. Co
 1908
U 882,979 March 24, 1908 Strain Insulator
Wood strain insulator with metal caps on each end and special eye to receive a hook
TERRY, William C.
Strain The MacAllen Co.
 1909
U 918,905 April 20, 1909 Insulator
Clamp type with split ring and lag screw
POND, Benjamin A.
Clamp Type  
U 941,032 November 23, 1909 Process of Manufacturing Insulators
Press to mold and produce composition strain insulator
MCCARTHY, Louis
Press The Macallen Co.
 1911
U 1,000,535 August 15, 1911 Insulator
Strain, ball with eye-loops on each end
MCCARTHY, Louis
Strain  

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