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Pobjoy Airmotors of Hooton, near Chester, and Rochester, Kent.
1930 Produced aero engines.
1933 Constructors of the Pobjoy engine. Head Office and Works: Hooton Park, Cheshire.
1935 Designed and flew the three-seater Pitate with their own 90 hp Niagra III engine.
1935 Prospectus of the Pobjoy Airmotors and Aircraft Ltd, which was launched to build commercial quantities of the engine and the Scion monoplane designed by Short Brothers; Pobjoy Airmotors Ltd would be liquidated
Built the Short Brothers Scion monoplane under licence. Just seven built.
1937 Aeronautical engineers. "Cataract" Aero Engines. "Niagara" Aero Engines. 
1938 Short Brothers purchased Pobjoy Airmotors and Aircraft Ltd, engine manufacturers, which had previously moved to Rochester Airport to be near Shorts and with whom they had worked on their latest designs
WWII Manufactured parts for the De Havilland Mosquito. Of Chatham.