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T. H. Gill and Son

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1927.
1929. Reg: GU 5106. Bentley with coachwork by T. H. Gill and Son. Owned in USA (2019).
1929. Reg: GU 5106. Bentley with coachwork by T. H. Gill and Son. Owned in USA (2019).
1929. Reg: GU 5106. Bentley with coachwork by T. H. Gill and Son. Owned in USA (2019).
October 1931.

of 75 Kilburn Lane, London, W10

See Thomas Howard Gill and his son James John Gill

1910 'Thomas Howard Gill, of Gill and Co., a Paddington firm of carriage builders and motor upholsterers'[1]

1915 Mentioned. 'Miss Dorothy Gill, 23, Chilworth-street, Paddington'[2]

1927 Of 23 Chilworth Street, Paddington.[3]

1930 Of Chilworth Street, Hyde Park, London.[4]

1930 Agents for Splintez Safety Glass.[5]

1931 Formed Gill Allweather Bodies

1935 Listed for liquidation. Of 23 Chilworth Street, Paddington.[6]

1937 Aircraft manufacturers. [7]

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Sources of Information

  1. Brighton Gazette - Saturday 18 June 1910
  2. Hendon & Finchley Times - Friday 07 May 1915
  3. 1927 Advertisement
  4. Illustrated London News - Saturday 08 November 1930
  5. Kensington Post - Friday 10 January 1930
  6. The London Gazette Publication date:1 January 1935 Issue:34120 Page:120
  7. 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries