Elias Howe

Elias Howe

Elias Howe, Jr. (/haʊ/; July 9, 1819 – October 3, 1867) was an American inventor and sewing machine pioneer.

Read more about Elias Howe:  Early Life & Family, Invention of Sewing Machine and Career, Involvement in Inventing The Zipper, Later Life and Legacy, Genealogy

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Elias Howe Company - The Company After Howe's Death
... letterhead states that the firm was founded in 1840 (when Elias Howe, Jr ... The principals at that time were Elias's sons Willam H ... Howe, who served as president and treasurer, respectively, and their sister Harriet Howe who was the company bookkeeper ...
... Howe-Orme instruments were manufactured by the Elias Howe Company of Boston, MA ... The company was founded by Elias Howe, Jr ...
Elias Howe - Genealogy
... Howe was a direct descendant of John Howe (1602-1680) who arrived in Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630 from Brinklow, Warwickshire, England and settled in ... Howe was also a descendant of Edmund Rice another early immigrant to Massachusetts Bay Colony as follows Elias Howe, Jr, son of Elias Howe (1792 – ?), son of Elijah Howe, Jr. 1768 – 1816), son of Elijah Howe (1731 – 1808), son of Jaazaniah Howe (1704 – 1762), son of Deliverance Rice (1681 – 1723), daughter of John Rice (16 ...

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