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Lewis D Bunce Patent

Monday, 30 May 2011 | by Mark Tucker

I recently learned from my cousin, Carol, that  my 2nd Great Grandfather, Lewis DeMott Bunce (1827-1894), received a patent for improvements to the butter churn.

 

Inventor: Lewis D Bunce

Invention: Churn (improvements)

Patent No.: 337, 238

Patented: Mar. 2, 1886

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Short extract from the patent:

My invention relates to the improvement in churns, the object of the same being to provide a churn in which the dasher and dasher-operating mechanism, either or both, can be readily removed from the churn body when it is desired to cleanse the parts or remove the butter.

A further object is to provide a churn in which the motion of the cream while being agitated will be steady and regular, which will permit a section of the cover to be left off while churning without danger of throwing a portion of cream out of the churn.

A further object is to provide a churn with side wings and dasher adapted to be adjusted vertically to accommodate them to varying quantities of cream in the churn.

 

It is exciting to see that one of my ancestors was an inventor.

Let me know if you have an ancestor that was an inventor or received a patent.

3 Comments »

  1. Hey that is great you found the full patent. I only had the first two pages that I saved. Just wanted to let you know How Iexcited I am about the reunion. and the prospect of meeting some more new cousins. Hoping that we will be able to get some stories pictures, and future reunions together. thanks for your help in setting up the sites
    all up.

    Comment by carol sweat — 30 May 2011 @ 11:30 am

  2. My ancestor Peter Hoogerzeil (1841 – 1908) had over a dozen patents. I’ve blogged about him twice at http://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2011/01/perusing-google-patents.html and at http://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2010/08/not-so-wordless-wednesday-peter.html I think that researching his different patents and inventions has helped me to see him more as a real person, and not just another name with dates.

    Comment by Heather Wilkinson Rojo — 13 Nov 2011 @ 8:24 pm

  3. How wonderful for you to find out your ancestor was an inventor! I’m sure that’s pretty exciting. Nice article.

    http://www.classicmemories.com/dvd-slideshows.html

    Comment by Lisa — 20 Jun 2012 @ 7:43 pm

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