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Henry Jervis Mulliner (1870-1967)
Descendant of a famous firm of coachbuilders and founder of another firm in the same line.
1871 Living in Liverpool with his mother, Charlotte (nee Manton, age 38, born Northampton) and brother and 2 sisters
1900 of Iris House, Grove Park, Chiswick.
1904 MULLINER, H. J., "Ellerton," Putney Common. Car: 8-h.p. de Dion. Has been a motorist since 1897. Hobbies: Tennis, rowing. Was the first carriage-builder in Great Britain to entirely discard the manufacture of horse-drawn vehicles for self-propelled, and has always made a point of combining the three essential points of a horseless vehicle — grace, lightness, and comfort. Was the builder of the carriage bodies of the Napier Gordon Bennett race cars in 1903 — which bodies, with the tool-boxes, weighed only seventy pounds. Was the first to introduce the Bowden wire for the automatic raising and lowering of the seats. Club: A.C.G.B. & I. (Founder Member.) 
1908 Sold the business
1939 Henry J Mulliner, retired motor carriage builder, and Gertrude Mulliner lived in Bexhill