Matthew Piers Watt Boulton
Matthew Piers Watt Boulton (a.k.a. M.P.W. Bolton) was an independent British scientist now credited with inventing and patenting the aileron.
His grandfather was the Matthew Boulton who was a business partner of James Watt, inventor of the high pressure steam engine and a major figure in the first/British industrial revolution.
- Patent GB-1868-1005 (English title: Aerial locomotion, Supplementary to patent: )
- Patent GB-1866-2489 (English title: Propelling aerial vessels)
- Patent GB-1866-2809 (English title: Propelling aerial vessels)
- Patent GB-1867-696 (English title: Propelling vessels)
- Patent GB-1868-1988
- Patent GB-1868-392 (English title: Improvements in Propulsion and in Aerial Locomotion, and in Apparatus connected therewith, Parts of which are applicable to Projectiles and to Boilers)
- Patent ??-1868-am (English title: Aileron for flying machine)
- Patent GB-1875-574 (English title: Generator)