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Manufacturers Index - Silver & Deming Manufacturing Co.

Silver & Deming Manufacturing Co.
Salem, OH, U.S.A.
Manufacturer Class: Wood Working Machinery & Metal Working Machinery

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Patent Number Date Title Name City Description
15,718 Sep. 09, 1856 Saw-gummer L. A. Dole Salem, OH A saw-gummer cuts the gullets of a saw.
This patent was seen on a machine marked "Dole's Patent / Sept 9 1856 / Extended / Manufactured by Silver & Deming / Salem, Ohio".
80,837 Aug. 11, 1868 Improvement in hub-boring machines Albert R. Silver Salem, OH This machine was written up in the 16 December 1868 issue of Scientific American.
84,514 Dec. 01, 1868 Improvement in saw-gummers Albert R. Silver Salem, OH
103,157 May. 17, 1870 Improvement in Spoke-Tenoning and Hub-Boring Machines John Deming Salem, OH
105,265 Jul. 12, 1870 Improvement in Hub-Boring Machine Albert R. Silver Salem, OH
RE4,552 Sep. 12, 1871 Improvement in spoke-tenoning and hub-boring machines John Deming Salem, OH
133,570 Dec. 03, 1872 Improvement in Hollow Augers John Deming Salem, OH
141,731 Aug. 12, 1873 Improvement in Meat-Choppers Albert R. Silver Salem, OH
143,132 Sep. 23, 1873 Improvement in hollow augers John Deming Salem, OH
    Improvement in hollow augers Emmor W. Silver Salem, OH  
    Improvement in hollow augers Edward W. Fawcett Salem, OH  
150,900 May. 12, 1874 Improvement in clamps Edward W. Fawcett Salem, OH
    Improvement in clamps Albert R. Silver Salem, OH  
151,444 May. 26, 1874 Improvement in Metal Drilling Machines Albert R. Silver Salem, OH
    Improvement in Metal Drilling Machines Edward W. Fawcett Salem, OH  
162,637 Apr. 27, 1875 Improvement in straw-cutters Edward W. Fawcett Salem, OH Of interest because it was manufactured by Silver & Deming, which also made woodworking machinery.
194,232 Aug. 14, 1877 Improvement in presses for lard, fruit, &c. Edward W. Fawcett Salem, OH "This invention relates to certain improvements in combined sausage-stuffer, lard, fruit, and jelly presses..."
204,209 May. 28, 1878 Improvement in meat-choppers Edward W. Fawcett Salem, OH
216,264 Jun. 10, 1879 Improvement in metal-drilling machines Edward W. Fawcett Salem, OH
216,536 Jun. 17, 1879 Improvement in meat-choppers Emmor W. Silver Salem, OH
243,863 Jul. 05, 1881 Detachably-covered book William L. Deming Salem, OH
251,899 Jan. 03, 1882 Stove-lid Benjamin S. Koll Salem, OH
257,871 May. 16, 1882 Pump John Humphreys Jr. Salem, OH
333,753 Jan. 05, 1886 Bilge-water ejector George Haydn Baltimore, MD
338,408 Mar. 23, 1886 Motor George Haydn Baltimore, MD
349,497 Sep. 21, 1886 Bilge-water ejector George Haydn Baltimore, MD
367,374 Aug. 02, 1887 Rotary pump Frank B. Deming Salem, OH
371,518 Oct. 11, 1887 Double-acting force-pump Charles H. Betts Salem, OH
    Double-acting force-pump Andrew Potter Salem, OH  
374,945 Dec. 20, 1887 Hub-Boring Machine Frank B. Deming Salem, OH Manufacturer is a guess based on the surname and location of the inventor.
376,821 Jan. 24, 1888 Fluid-pressure motor William R. Harris Greenville, OH
424,434 Mar. 25, 1890 Feed-cutter Emmor W. Silver Salem, OH Of interest because the assignee and manufacturer were both woodworking machinery makers.
Silver & Deming split in 1890, and Silver Manufacturing Co. was one of the resulting companies.
One machine reported was labeled as the "Ohio Standard Improved 1898 No. 11 Feed cutter, Silver Manufacturing Co., Salem, Ohio". Another example is labeled "The Silver Mfg Co. pat'd March 25 1890" and "Ohio Improved 1890 no. 10 1/2".
511,729 Dec. 26, 1893 Spraying-nozzle William L. Deming Salem, OH The nozzle is for spraying pesticides.
William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
557,977 Apr. 07, 1896 Spraying-nozzle William L. Deming Salem, OH William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
615,213 Nov. 29, 1898 Spraying apparatus William L. Deming Salem, OH William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
664,238 Dec. 18, 1900 Agitator for spraying apparatus William L. Deming Salem, OH William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
673,764 May. 07, 1901 Hydraulic ram William L. Deming Salem, OH William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
706,727 Aug. 12, 1902 Hydraulic ram William L. Deming Salem, OH William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
952,240 Mar. 15, 1910 Flushing apparatus William L. Deming Salem, OH "My invention relates to means for flushing, or clearing obstructions from the outlet or waste-pipe of bath-tubs, stationary wash-basins, sinks, etc. More particularly stated, it comprises a novel flushing apparatus or attachment for plumbers' force pumps which is extremely simple in construction, and effective in its operation, readily applied and as readily operated by experienced or inexperienced personnel."
William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
957,600 May. 10, 1910 Lock for windows and analogous devices William L. Deming Salem, OH William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
985,788 Mar. 07, 1911 Game-board William L. Deming Salem, OH "This invention relates to games, and more especially to a device that is adapted for use in playing a game that combines some of the features of billiards with those of bowling, the game being played with a billiard cue and balls or with mallets and balls, said balls being used for striking bowling pins."
William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
992,758 May. 23, 1911 Folding article of furniture William L. Deming Salem, OH William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
1,027,701 May. 28, 1912 Documentary distributing device William L. Deming Salem, OH William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
1,028,935 Jun. 11, 1912 Game-counter William L. Deming Salem, OH William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
1,038,859 Sep. 17, 1912 Fire-extinguisher apparatus William L. Deming Salem, OH William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
1,044,149 Nov. 12, 1912 Bucket-valve William L. Deming Salem, OH William L. Deming was probably son of the founder of woodworking machinery maker Silver & Deming, which split in 1890 into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co. The woodworking machinery line went to Silver.
D43,402 Dec. 31, 1912 Design for a score-card William L. Deming Salem, OH This patent is of some interest because Silver & Deming Manufacturing Co. of Salem, Ohio, made woodworking machinery. In 1890 the company split into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co., the woodworking machinery line staying with Silver.
D44,724 Oct. 14, 1913 Design for a pump-body Jesse B. Garber Salem, OH This patent is of some interest because Silver & Deming Manufacturing Co. of Salem, Ohio, made woodworking machinery. In 1890 the company split into Silver Manufacturing Co. and The Deming Co., the woodworking machinery line staying with Silver.