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Whitley Motor and Engineering Co

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February 1903.

of Coventry

Connected to the Hubbard's Motor and Engineering Co

Possibly Whitley Motor Co

1902 Share issue. 'Whitley Motor and Engineering Company, Limited Capital of £500 shares in £1 shares, to carry on the business of manufacturers and dealers in cycles, bicycles, tricycles, velocipedes, motorcars. carriages, and vehicles of all kinds and the component parts thereof, metal workers, wire workers, wire drawers, machinists, tyre manufacturers, engineers, boiler makers, and smiths. The subscribers are A. Gravenor, 7, Butts, manufacturer; Mrs. H. Gravenor, 7, Butts ; A. E. Hands, 54, Stockton Road, milk contractor and purveyor; Miss A. B. Gravenor, 7, Butts; Mrs. F. A. Hubbard, 27, St. Nicholas Street, engineer; C. Hubbard, 27, St. Nicholas Street, engineer; H. Ball, 29, Grantham Street, tyre maker. No initial public issue.'[1]

1905 Arthur Lewis Farmer, a director and works manager of the Whitley Motor and Engineering Co.

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Sources of Information

  1. Coventry Herald - Friday 19 September 1902