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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederick_J._Loudin

Frederick Jeremiah Loudin (c.1836 - November 3, 1904) was the leader of the Loudin Jubilee Singers. His commanding presence and ambitious personality ...

www.blackpast.org/aah/loudin-frederick-j-1840-1904

Frederick J. Loudin, teacher, impresario, manufacturer and Fisk Jubilee Singer, had a bass voice the likes of which no one would hear again until the emergence  ...

www.thoughtco.com/black-history-month-african-american-inventors-1992083

Jun 4, 2017 ... Frederick J Loudin. #510,432, 12/12/1893, Fastener for the meeting rails of sashes; #512,308, 1/9/1894, Key fastener ...

www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohport2/loudin

Born on a farm in Charlestown and raised in Ravenna, Frederick J. Loudin (1836 -1904) joined the Fisk Jubilee Singers as bass vocalist in the years immediately ...

www.answers.com/Q/Why_did_Frederick_j._loudin_invent_the_keychain

Frederick J. Loudin invented the keychain because of theft andforgetfulness. In the 1800s, pickpockets ran rampant and peoplelost their keys easily, so he ...

www.answers.com/Q/Why_did_Frederick_J_Loudin_make_the_keychain

Type your answer here... he invented the key chain to put keys on it.

science.blurtit.com/4365520/what-does-the-key-chains-that-f-j-loudin-invented-look-like-and-what-were-they-made-of

Answer (1 of 1): F J Loudin actually patented a key fastener, it was recorded on Jan 9, 1894 and the device itself was made of several different types of metal.

northdallasgazette.com/2013/02/20/sister-tarpleys-column-black-history-continues

Feb 20, 2013 ... J.W. Smith invented the lawn sprinkler in 1897; F.J. Loudin invented the key chain in 1894; W.A. Martin invented the lock in the 1800's (no exact ...

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Jan 28, 2012 ... Loudin's Jubilee Singers and a Clock – Solving Mysteries – Part 3 ... story of his wife, Leota Henson Turner and her uncle, Frederick J. Loudin.

www.google.com/patents/US512308

Inventors, Fredrick J. Loudin ... F. J. OUDIN. ... said plate being provided with the recess and FREDRIOK J. LOUDIN. key-hole, whereby the plate is carried ...