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Robert Moffat Ford (c1875- ) of the Motor Car Co
c1875 Born in Brixton the son of Charles Ford, Banker's Cashier, and his wife Harriett
1898 Long letter published.
1901 Managing Director of Automobile Co.
1904 'FORD, R. Moffat, 168, Shaftesbury Avenue, W.C. Cars: 10 and 20-h.p. Decauville. Was assistant secretary of the original "Motor-Car Club" prior to and during the Imperial Institute Exhibition, 1896. Is managing director of the Motor-Car Co., Ltd. Originator of "nonstop" runs, and directed the 1,000-mile and Edinburgh-London non-stop runs of Decauville cars.'