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William Tudhope, one of Canada’s cornerstone manufacturing pioneers


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History is so fun.... here’s a breakdown of the life of one of the countries early manufacturing king pins from Orillia Ontario. He was a very talented guy... http://www.gwennyalogy.org/ps16/ps16_328.htm. The Tudhope family set the stage for a very long running and successful manufacturing history. http://progress-is-fine.blogspot.com...revisited.html

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Tudhope made some early brass era automobiles in Orillia starting in about 1909 untill the mid teens during the first world war
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Very nice cars too. The Smith family of Orillia have been owners of Tudhope’s for years. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/glob...5/?service=amp
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