Nancy M. Johnson was the creator of the first Ice Cream Maker in early 1843. She was born in 1795 and pasted away in in 1890. No one knew where she was from, but people say Washington D.C., Philadelphia, and even New Jersey. The Ice Cream Maker was her only invention, but she did paten it many times. She made her final adjustment on September 9th, 1843. She later sold the rights of her invention to a kitchen wholesaler, named William Young for $200 because she had no finances to produce the Ice Cream Maker. Her invention also made it so that ice cream was sold rather than made on your own.