Joseph Alfred Gendron

Joseph Alfred Gendron

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  • Name Joseph Alfred Gendron  [1
    Gender Male 
    Occupation 1908  Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gendron Manufacturing Company 
    Address:
    114-120 Wurtemburg 
    Person ID I125889  Lowertown
    Last Modified 18 Aug 2021 

  • Residence
    114-120 Wurtemberg Street.jpg
    Joseph Alfred Gendron

  • Notes 
    • In 1908, Joseph Alfred Gendron (1840–1916) purchased the full lot along Wurtemburg Street and moved from Toronto where he was credited with the establishment of Gendron Manufacturing Company in that city. Famous for its bicycles that first used lightweight, wire-spoke wheels developed in Toledo Ohio by his brother, Peter, the company also produced
      baby buggies, wagons, and wheelchairs.

      En 1908, Joseph Alfred Gendron (1840-1916) a acheté le terrain le long de la rue Wurtemburg et avait quitté Toronto où il avait établi l’usine de la Compagnie Gendron dans cette ville. Cette compagnie, renommée pour ses bicycles, les premiers être équipés de roues rayons légères créées par son frère Pierre Toledo, en Ohio, produisait aussi des poussettes, des voitures et des fauteuils roulants [1]

  • Sources 
    1. [S3511] News item in Lowertown echo de la Basse-Ville, between June 2021 and August 2021 (Reliability: 3).
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