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Alfred Vincent Newton

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1859. Steam boiler.
1860. Nail plate feeder.

Alfred Vincent Newton (1820-1900), patent agent, of Newton and Son.

1820 April 24th. Born at Holborn the son of William Newton, patent agent, and his wife Jemima

1853 September 27th. Married in London to Emily Macken

1860 Patent. '683. And to Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for the invention of "an improved construction of nail plate feeder." - A communication to him from abroad, by John Waldron Hoard and Thomas A. Searle, of Providence, Rhode Island, in the United States of America.'[1]

1900 Died aged 81.[2]

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