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Mills-Fulford

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1909. Monoplane.
September 1911.
February 1922. Millford sidecars.
May 1925.
December 1929.
1933. Millford sidecar.
1933. Millford sidecar.

of Crown Works, Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry

1899 the Mills and Fulford company was established by James Mills and William Henry Fulford.

1904 Partnership dissolved: between James Mills, William Henry Fulford and Herbert John Baker, carrying on business as Cycle Manufacturers at the Crown Works, Stoney Stanton-road, Coventry, under the style or firm of MILLS AND FULFORD, ... dissolved by mutual consent... All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said William Henry Fulford.[1]

1909 Constructed monoplane (see image)

1912 Mills-Fulford was listed in Spennell's directory of Coventry as Sidecar manufacturers. [2]

1913 Incorporated as a Limited Company.

1913 Mills-Fulford. Listed as cycle and sidecar manufacturers of Stoney Stanton Lane, Coventry. [3]

1914 Sidecar manufacturers. Specialities: cycles, trailing cars, fore cars, side cars and rickshaws. [4]

1933 They bought Rex-Acme

1938 Company removed from the register of companies.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 19 May 1905
  2. Spennell's Annual Directory of Coventry and District, 1912-13
  3. Spennell's Annual Directory of Coventry & District, 1912-13
  4. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  5. London Gazette 25 March 1938