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Yorkshire Motor Car Co

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1899. The Jackson car.
1899. The Jackson car.
1899. Owner is Captain E. H. Foster.

Took over the works of Brown and Buckton

1897 September. First General Meeting. P. H. Hutton, chairman. Also present were Mr. Mollett, Mr. McEwan, Mr. Congers, Mr. Mr Casburn, Mr. Mr. Childe, Mr. Mr Bourne, Mr. Whitfield, and Mr. Tuke. Mr. Shelton was appointed a director. Tuke reported that there was difficulty in getting hold of cars especially large ones for passengers and waggon for loads of 2-ton and upward. Cars were on loan to all parts of the country. [1]

1897 Mr. Tuke is running a Daimler between Bradford Town Hall and one of the suburbs [2]

1899. Details of the car built for E. H. Foster. Mention of E. Reynold Jackson and James E. Tuke[3]

1899 Introducing the 'Jackson Doctor's Car'. Mr. Jackson is the company's manager.[4] Details.[5]

1899 Become part of the Yorkshire Motor Car Manufacturing Co

1899-1901 Produced the 'Jackson' and the 'Mytholm' cars

1901 Company to be wound up.[6]

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