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Reid and Evans

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of Rockfield Automobile Works, New North-road, Exeter

See William Henry Reid and his brother-in-law Kenneth Horsfall Evans

1907 Advertisement. 'The Motor Engineers'. Reid and Evans, Rockfield Automobile Works, New North Road, Exeter. Tel 368.[1]

1909 Partnership dissolved. '... an arrangement entered into on the 30th day of Jane. 1909. William Henry Webber, of the firm of "REID AND EVANS," carrying on business as Automobile Engineers, at the Rockfield Automobile Works, New North-road, in the county of the city of Exeter, has assigned his share as a Limited Partner in the above named firm to George Reginald FitzRoy Talbot...'[2]

1915 Advertisement. Reid and Evans, Rockfield Automobile Works, Exeter.[3]

1919 Premises for sale. 'All that desirable and commodious Freehold GARAGE, STORES, and Premises, situate in NEW NORTH ROAD, near the Railway Bridge, known as ROCKFIELD MOBILE WORKS, in the occupation Messrs. Reid and Evans. Motor Engineers.'[4]

became Reid and Lee

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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 25 October 1907
  2. The London Gazette Publication date:9 July 1909 Issue:28269 Page:5325
  3. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Thursday 24 June 1915
  4. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 19 September 1919