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This firm, founded in 1842, by Nathaniel Clayton and his brother-in-law, Joseph Shuttleworth, was highly active in terms of manufacture related to [[propulsion]], early on with steam engines, and later with internal combustion, as well as airplane production.
 
This firm, founded in 1842, by Nathaniel Clayton and his brother-in-law, Joseph Shuttleworth, was highly active in terms of manufacture related to [[propulsion]], early on with steam engines, and later with internal combustion, as well as airplane production.
 
Export was key to the firm, with branches in Vienna (Austria), and later in Pest (Hungary), Prague (now Czech republic), Cracow (Poland) and Lemberg (now Ukraine). The firm became a limited company in 1901, and Alfred Shuttleworth (1843–1925), son of co-founder Joseph Shuttleworth, became chairman.
 
Export was key to the firm, with branches in Vienna (Austria), and later in Pest (Hungary), Prague (now Czech republic), Cracow (Poland) and Lemberg (now Ukraine). The firm became a limited company in 1901, and Alfred Shuttleworth (1843–1925), son of co-founder Joseph Shuttleworth, became chairman.
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A Sopwith Camel B7270, flown by Canadian pilot Roy Brown, was officially credited with shooting down the Red Baron Manfred von Richthofen.
 
A Sopwith Camel B7270, flown by Canadian pilot Roy Brown, was officially credited with shooting down the Red Baron Manfred von Richthofen.
The company later went on to suffer in the Great Depression, to suffer variably, in terms of its variably-national branches.
 
(For further specifics see the below link.)
 
  
Sopwith Triplane, Sopwith Camel, HP 0/400, and Vickers Vimy.
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The company struggled in the Great Depression, differently in different countries.
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Sopwith Triplane, Sopwith Camel, HP 0/400, and [[Vickers, Sons, and Maxim|Vickers]] Vimy.
  
Source: G80
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=== Source ===
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* G80
 
* [[Gunston, 2005]], p102; 1955FM 532
 
* [[Gunston, 2005]], p102; 1955FM 532
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* [[w:en:Clayton & Shuttleworth|Clayton & Shuttleworth]]
  
[[w:en:Clayton & Shuttleworth|Clayton & Shuttleworth]]
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{{Company
{{Organization
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|Names=Clayton and Shuttleworth
|Organization names=Clayton and Shuttleworth
 
|Entity type=1
 
 
|Country=Great Britain
 
|Country=Great Britain
 
|City=Lincoln
 
|City=Lincoln
 
|Started aero=1916
 
|Started aero=1916
 
|Ended aero=1919
 
|Ended aero=1919
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|Key people=Alfred Shuttleworth; Joseph Shuttleworth
 
}}
 
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Latest revision as of 11:39, 25 December 2018

Earlier existing ag machine co.

This firm, founded in 1842, by Nathaniel Clayton and his brother-in-law, Joseph Shuttleworth, was highly active in terms of manufacture related to propulsion, early on with steam engines, and later with internal combustion, as well as airplane production. Export was key to the firm, with branches in Vienna (Austria), and later in Pest (Hungary), Prague (now Czech republic), Cracow (Poland) and Lemberg (now Ukraine). The firm became a limited company in 1901, and Alfred Shuttleworth (1843–1925), son of co-founder Joseph Shuttleworth, became chairman.

A Sopwith Camel B7270, flown by Canadian pilot Roy Brown, was officially credited with shooting down the Red Baron Manfred von Richthofen.

The company struggled in the Great Depression, differently in different countries.

Sopwith Triplane, Sopwith Camel, HP 0/400, and Vickers Vimy.

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Names Clayton and Shuttleworth
Country Great Britain
City Lincoln
Affiliations
Keywords
Started aero 1916
Ended aero 1919
Key people Alfred Shuttleworth, Joseph Shuttleworth
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