Adolphe Clément-Bayard

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Adolphe Clément-Bayard , that is, "Gustave-Adolphe Clément-Bayard", taking on the -Bayard part of his surname in 1906, was born 22 September 1855, in Pierrefonds, Oise, and died in Paris 10 May 1928[1], with his inventive hand in bicycles and automobiles, along with being quite extraordinarily prolific in terms of aviation, or aeronautics more particularly, approaching all matters pertinent to dirigibles.

We have him as “Mechanical Engineer”.[2] We have him as a “Constructor”.[3]

Before going into his aeronautical phase Clément-Bayard secured numerous patents related to bicycles and automobiles, including many dealing with engines.

In Patent GB-1909-123 and Patent DE-1908-219601 his name is written "Adolphe Clément". (His address is given as 32, Quai Michelet, Levallois-Perret, Seine. This is incidentally just west of Paris.)

We also have him several times as addressed at 33, Quai Michelet, Levallois-Perret, département Seine, France.[4] We have him at 31, Quai Michelet as well.[5]

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Names Adolphe Clément-Bayard; Adolphe Clement
Birth date 1855-09-22
Death date 1928-05-10
Countries FR
Locations Pierrefonds, Oise; Paris
Occupations Engineer
Tech areas LTA, Balloons, Rigid, Frame, Motors, Suspension, Dirigibles, Construction, Design, Ballonet, Control, Steering, Airplane
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