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Lagonda of Staines, Middlesex
1904 Alfred Henry Cranmer Alf joins the business and ran the company after 1920
1907 First car launched.
WWI They produced 50,000 shells per week.
1920 Wilbur Gunn died
1935 The receiver was called in and the company was bought by Alan Good.
WWII The company produced flame-throwers based on a design by R. P. Frazer, a director of the company.
1945 Sold Oil Engines (Coventry) to Brush.