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Farcot and Sons

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1867. Marine governor.

Farcot et Fils of France.

Connection with Farcot Frères & Cie?

Farcot Frères & Cie were founded in 1823 on Rue Neuve Sainte Geneviève in Paris by Marie Joseph Denis Farcot (November 16, 1798 - August 30, 1875) who previously worked at Périer in Chaillot. 1849 Construction of a new factory in Saint-Ouen (Seine) and relocation from Paris 1862 Award at the World Exhibition in London for steam engines, boilers, etc. Farcot died in St. Ouen 30 Aug 1875.[1]

In 1916, the site was bought by Bouhey-Somua, for the installation of a test workshop for internal combustion engines. In 1924, Citroën became the owner of the site. Illustrated description of former Farcot works here.

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Albert Gieseler's website - Farcot Frères & Cie