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1920 The Beldam Tyre Company was in voluntary liquidation; the  business  and  property  of this  Company was sold  to  another  Company  to  be  called  '''The Beldam    Tyre    Company    (1920)  Limited'''<ref>London Gazette 7 May 1920</ref>  
 
1920 The Beldam Tyre Company was in voluntary liquidation; the  business  and  property  of this  Company was sold  to  another  Company  to  be  called  '''The Beldam    Tyre    Company    (1920)  Limited'''<ref>London Gazette 7 May 1920</ref>  
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1924 At a meeting of the Members of the '''Beldam  Tyre  Company (1920)''' Limited, held at  the Belgrave Rubber  Mills,  Wembley,  agreed that the  Company be  wound  up  voluntarily.<ref>London Gazette 14 November 1924</ref>
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of Windmill Road, Brentford, Middx., Manufacturers of Beldam Patent Pneumatic Tyres

1909 Formation of The Beldam Tyre Syndicate which later became Beldam Tyres Ltd

1913 The Beldam Tyre Co. was incorporated as a limited company, taking over the business of Beldam Tyres Ltd. .

1914 Manufacturers of Beldam patent pneumatic tyres for motor cars and motor cycles. Employees 150. [1] Directors: George W. Beldam (Managing Director), Dr. W. G. Heasman, M.A., Cantab, and W. S. Coles. Secretary Val. Bowden.

1920 The Beldam Tyre Company was in voluntary liquidation; the business and property of this Company was sold to another Company to be called The Beldam Tyre Company (1920) Limited[2]

1924 At a meeting of the Members of the Beldam Tyre Company (1920) Limited, held at the Belgrave Rubber Mills, Wembley, agreed that the Company be wound up voluntarily.[3]



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Sources of Information

  1. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  2. London Gazette 7 May 1920
  3. London Gazette 14 November 1924