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Manufacturers Index - Joseph Hall Manufacturing Co.

Joseph Hall Manufacturing Co.
Oshawa, ON, Canada
Manufacturer Class: Wood Working Machinery, Metal Working Machinery & Steam and Gas Engines

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Patent Number Date Title Name City Description
34,150 Jan. 14, 1862 Improved water-wheel James Leffel Springfield, OH This is the famous "Leffel's American Double Turbine" water wheel. It was manufactured by Leffel Water Wheel and Engine Co.; James Leffel & Co.; Paxton, Tate & Co. of Port Perry, Ontario; and Joseph Hall Manufacturing Co. of Oshawa, Ontario. This patent was reissued as a pair of patents, 1,791 and 1,792.
RE1,791 Oct. 11, 1864 Improvement in water-wheels James Leffel Springfield, OH See the original patent, 45,150, for details about this important patent, which was split into a pair of reissues, this patent and 1,792.
RE1,792 Oct. 11, 1864 Improvement in cases for water-wheels James Leffel Springfield, OH See the original patent, 45,150, for details about this important patent, which was split into a pair of reissues, this patent and 1,791.
2,396 Jun. 28, 1867 Motion for vertical saw, or method of giving an upright saw (single or gangs,) the oscillating, reciprocating or whip saw or rocking motion Samuel H. Cain ON, Canada XC patents are Canadian patents issued between 1824 and 1869. We do know that the patent (or possibly just its successor, patent 3,302) was licensed by Joseph Hall Manufacturing Co. of Oshawa, Ontario: The 1871 "Lovell's Canadian Dominion Directory" mentions "Cain's patent oscillating gang saw mills" among Hall's products.
3,302 Jun. 28, 1869 Improvements in saw mills S. H. Cain ON, Canada XC patents are Canadian patents issued between 1824 and 1869. We do know that the patent (or possibly just its predecessor, patent 2,396) was licensed by Joseph Hall Manufacturing Co. of Oshawa, Ontario: The 1871 "Lovell's Canadian Dominion Directory" mentions "Cain's patent oscillating gang saw mills" among Hall's products.
13,359 Sep. 02, 1881 Improvements on spark arresters Hugh McKenzie Caro, Tuscola County, MI