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Victor Horsman and Co

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of Liverpool

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1915 Established.

1915 'Mr. H. A. Brayshaw, late of Humber, Ltd., and The Mead Cycle Co., begs to advise his friends that is now with Victor Horsman and Co., 10 and 12, Kart-st London-rd. (Liverpool), in charge of Motorcycle Repairs.'[1]

1916 'VICTOR HORSMAN, LIMITED (143,639).— This company was Registered on April 17th, with a capital of £1,000 in £1 shares, to take over the business of an electrical, Mechanical. automobile and kinematograph engineer and Manufacturer of electrical apparatus and accessories carried on by V. E. Horsman, at 12, Hart Street, London road, Liverpool, as "Victor Horsman and Co." The subscribers are: V. E. Horsman, The Dell, Green Lane, Wallasey, Ches.; Mrs. D. M. Horsman, The Dell, Green Lane, Wallasey, Ches. Private company. The first Directors are V. E. Horsman (life governing director, with £250 per annum as remuneration) and Mrs. D. M. Horsman.'[2]

1922 of 7, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool. Directors: V. E. Horsman, D. M. Horsman. Products.—Gauges, jigs, precision work, light accurate machining, experimental work.

1938 Victor Horsman Ltd were motor engineers in Liverpool

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Sources of Information

  1. Liverpool Echo - Tuesday 28 September 1915
  2. The Bioscope - Thursday 04 May 1916