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Albert T. Marshall applied for the patent for the refrigerator in 1897. The patent was approved and received in 1899. The actual inventor of the refrigerator was Jacob Perkins, his version was invented in 1834. More facts about the patent for the refrigerator are available at http://www.trivia-library.com/a/history-and-story-behind-inventions-refrigerator.htm.

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Albert T. Marshall created a patent for a refrigerating apparatus in 1899. Jacob Perkins built the first refrigerator and applied for the first legal patent in 1834.

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Albert T. Marshall filed the application for a patent on his invention of the refrigerator in 1897. He did not actually get the patent approved until 1899.

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Albert T. Marshall received a patent for the refrigerator in 1899. He was the first American to perfect modern refrigeration.

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In 1899, Albert T. Marshall was granted a patent for the first household refridgerator patent in the United States. For more on the history of the refridgerator, visit http://www.bigsiteofamazingfacts.com/history-of-refrigeration and http://www.ask.com/wiki/Refrigerator#History.

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Albert Marshall patented the refrigerator in the year 1899. However, the refrigerator was invented by Jacob Perkins in 1834.

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Albert T. Marshall filled out the application to patent the refrigerator in 1887. It took two years for it to be accepted, so that was in 1889.

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