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Swinfen Bramley-Moore

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Swinfen Bramley-Moore (1883-1967) M.C., M.I.Mech.E, M.A.E., F.R. S.A.

1883 Born in London

1904 Hulbert Bramley Motor Co., Ltd of Putney

1906 March. of 16 Russel Square. A New Change Speed Gear.[1]

1910 Humber, Ltd., Coventry.

1911 Living at 5 Walsgrove Road Coventry: Swinfen Bramley-Moore (age 27 born London), Designer (Motor Engineering) - Motor Cars. With his wife Edith Mary Bramley-Moore (age 33 born Wolverhampton) and their daughter Mary Bramley-Moore (age 9 months born Selly Oak). One Visitor and one servant.[2]

1911, Chief Draughtsman, David Brown & Sons, Ltd., Huddersfield.

WWI August, 1914, Overseas.

1916, Tech. Adviser on M.T. to H.Q., 3rd Army.

1919, David Brown & Sons, Ltd.

1920, Bostock and Bramley Power Transmission Engineers.

1924-1934, Managing Director of Bramley Machinery Corporation, New York, U.S.A.

1937, Director, Bramley-Moore, Ltd., established for the developing and perfecting of new ideas. President of Bramley Machinery Corporation, 15, Park Row, New York, U.S.A.

1939 Director, Bramley-Moore, Ltd., Sardinia House, Kingsway, London, W.C.2. Private address: 33, Sunnyfields, Mill Hill, N.W.7. Faraday House, London.

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