Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 140,199 pages of information and 227,382 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.
Oscar Stephen Thompson (1877-1937)
1877 Born in Aberdeen the son of Cornelius Thompson, Ship Owner, and his wife Agnes Marion Williamson
Brother of Muriel Annie Thompson
1911 Listed in Hotel Victoria, Northumberland Avenue W.C: a Ship Owner and Single.
1937 July 25th. Died.
1936/37 Obituary 
Oscar Thompson was born in 1878 and in 1894 he joined the Aberdeen Line of Steamships, of which his grandfather was the founder.
He was responsible for the design of the later steamships of the line and was well known in the automobile world for his interest in racing, his car Pobble being a well-known feature on the Brooklands Track.
During the War he fitted up the car as an ambulance and drove it himself in France under the French Red Cross.
He died on 26th July, 1937, at the age of 59.
He was elected an Associate in 1911.