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Inventors
 
Names, and links to more information about those with patented inventions

Brooks, William, submarine engineer and contractor, Liverpool, Nova Scotia (1893)
 
Dredging Machine

Brown
, John, a farmer, Harmony, Queens County, Nova Scotia (1876)
 
Spinning Wheel (Improvement)

Chisholm, John W., Liverpool, Nova Scotia (1888)
 
Coupling Of Railway Cars

Churchill, Albert, a cabinet maker, Milton, Queens County, Nova Scotia (1876)
 
Carriage Jack

Condon, Daniel, a ship’s carpenter, Port Medway (1877)
 
Sky Lights (Improvements)

Creed, Frederick G., born in Mill Village
 
Teleprinter

Gardner
, Thomas R., mechanic, Brooklyn, Queens County, Nova Scotia (1891)
 
Car Coupler

Mailman, Albert, citizen, Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada (1890)
 
Car Coupler

Morton, Silvanus, a merchant, Milton, Queens County, Nova Scotia
 
Device To Assist To Put On And Take Off Coats, etc. (1883)

Parker, David Otho, Baptist Church minister, Liverpool, Nova Scotia, invented the following in the 1870s. Click the item to view the original documents including the drawings of these inventions.
 
Acadian Cradle, improvement on cradles
 
Bed Clothes Holder, a machine for fastening the bedclothes on the beds of children and restless adults.
 
Excursion Chair
  Combined Child’s High Chair And Work Stand
 
Combined Chair & Cane
 
Folding Wash Stand
 
Combined Folding Cot, Settee and Invalid’s Table
 
Folding Nursery Chair
 
Combination Rocking Horse, Carriage, Sled, High Chair and Step-Ladder

Seely, Edwin Collins, a ship owner, Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia, invented the following in the 1870s.
 
Compression Pump
 
Mast Ball

Tower, George H., steam engineer, Molega, Queens County, Nova Scotia (1892)
 
Globe Valve
 
Check Valve

Wright, Jerauld G. Wright, born in Liverpool, August 31, 1917,
member of
Aviation Hall of Fame, invented and patented 30 navigational devices

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