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List of Names (Surnames First)

There are currently 130 Ex-employees in this directory beginning with the letter F.
Fagin, M
City & Guilds exam success. London Service Depot c1973 Fairbrother, Paul
Electrical Team Ref: 1986 More
Submitted by: STandard Triumph Works Archive

Fairfield, Colin
Costs Department c1960's
Submitted by: Peter Russell

Fairweather, Alan
c1929
Submitted by: Triumph Works Archive

Faller, George William
Birth 25 OCT 1900 • Sunderland, Durham, England Death MAR 1994 • Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fallon, Mrs
Export Sales, c1960
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Falloon, JohnSubmitted by: Alan Goodwin

Fannon, Bill
Development engine test. 1968
Submitted by: Bill Fannon

Fannon, Bill
I worked in Fletch North, Experimental Engine test in 1968. Foreman was Ted Silver.
Submitted by: Bill Fannon

Farmer, John
Worked at Canley Shop Floor engineering Got killed coming out of work aged 24 in approx 1935 left a Wife and 4 year old daughter 🙁
Submitted by: Karen Sissons

Farmer, Lily
Body Prep. Retired 1961 after 18 years service d. Dec 3, 1972 aged 81
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Farmer, Ted
Accounts
Submitted by: Tom Braund

Farndon, Jack
Maintenance, Allesley Retired 1974 Read More Here
Submitted by: Stu Huffer

Farrell, Larry
Fork Lift, Machinist. Larry told a little white lie when he started working at the Standard Triumph Canley plant in 1955. Larry was just 19 when he started as a fork-lift driver and machinist but he and his pals told bosses they were 21 so they could get more cash. We never got caught because they had an 'age amnesty' when they brought in pensions in 1975 and we had to declare our ages. Larry loved working at the plant and says there was an incredible social scene surrounding the thousands of workers.
Submitted by: Triumph Works Archive

Farrelly, Brendan
Submitted by: Geoff Smith

Farrelly, Peter
Submitted by: Geoff Smith

Farrely, Bernard
21 Shop More
Submitted by: Martin Murphy

Farren, Len
Tool Room, Fletch. South. Service 1937 to 1962 (25 Years) More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Farrier, Bill
My dad worked there Bill Farrier
Submitted by: Pauline Ann Sadler

Fassnidge, Nora
Ref: 1931 Physical Culture Club More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Faulconbridge, George
I worked at the Standard Triumph 1969-1970
Submitted by: George Faulconbridge

Faulkner, Gary
Auto Electrician 21 Shop May 1976

Faulkner, Gary
Auto electrician
Submitted by: Gary Faulkner

Faulkner, Harry
Company Electrical Engineer
Submitted by: Morley Faulkner

Faulkner, Maldon
Reception Engineer Allesley Crash Shop 1958

Faulkner, Morley
Apprentice Toolmaker, R&D Fletchamstead, Competition Dept. 1957 - 1967 More (Thank you for the submission Morley - please drop an email with an details you can on your time at ST - iwas@triumphworks.co.uk )
Submitted by: Morley Faulkner

Faulkner, Phillis
Worked in upholstery, then visitor receptionist
Submitted by: Morley Faulkner

Fawcett, William
Storekeeper at Canley 13 Years Service
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fawkner, Ernie
My Dad
Submitted by: Joyce Dean

Fay, Thomas Patrick
Production Control Engineer Joined The Standard Motor Co. Ltd., in the early 1930's Died 1955 aged 47. More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fay, Tommy
c1954 Tool Stores, Fletch
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fazackerley, George
Fork Lift Driver. Internal Transport, Liverpool Ref. 1972
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Feakes, Ted
Chargehand. London Depot Service Division, Western Avenue c1967/68
Submitted by: Dave Smith

Feebury, C
Radford Retired Feb/March 1979
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Feeney, Paul

Fellows, Charlie
Submitted by: Geoff Smith

Feltham, Barry
Technical Correspondence
Submitted by: Dave Smith

Feltham, Ray
Field Service Engineer c1961/62 More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Feltham, W H
66 men were killed serving in the Great War and their names are inscribed on the memorial stone by the promenade at London Road Cemetery. Inscription: Erected in loving memory of our comrades who gave their lives for liberty in the Great War 1914-1918 by the staff and employees of the Triumph and Gloria companies. 'He was a man and nothing that effected the human race was foreign to him.' More

Fenwick, Barry
Bricklayers mate, Maintenance Dept Fletch South c 1971-80
Submitted by: Alwyne Bates


Ferris, PaulSubmitted by: Paul Ferris

Ferry, Jim
Worked at the Allesley plant setting up cars for the motor shows and press launches, and fixing 'rogue' customer vehicles.
Submitted by: Tim Ferry

Ferry, Jim
Allesley. Read More Here
Submitted by: Stu Huffer

Fidler, RoySubmitted by: Triumph Works Archive

Field, M (Miss)
Telephone Exchange 1959 - Exchange Supervisor More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Field, Sue
Secretary to W H Davis (Managing Director) c1973
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fielders, Noel M
Specifications Manager Drawing Office Executive (Systems) 1955 Click Here For More Drawing Office Systems Executive c1963 More
Submitted by: Mike Winterton

Fielding, A
Production Engineering c1968 More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fife, Bas
Allesley. Read More Here
Submitted by: Stu Huffer

Fife, Basil
Allesley
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fife, Baz
Worked at Allesley Services
Submitted by: Andy Berdauskas

Finch, Wal
My husband Gary Penney worked at Canley so did his Dad Bernard Penney, Kevin Penney, Mervyn Penney there uncle Wal Finch and John Holt. “I worked with Kevin Penney in the press shop.” Kevin Moore
Submitted by: Vina Penney

Finlay, JimSubmitted by: Dave Smith

Fisher, Charlie
Foreman. Body shop, c1960
Submitted by: Christopher Gould

Fisher, K
Apprentice graduate 1973, London Service Depot, Western Ave. Fisher, Lilla
Secretary to Ken Richardson
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fisher, P A
Business Management Training Supervisor 1972
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fisher, Ralph
Electrician
Submitted by: Lesley Fisher

Fisher, Walter Lawrence
b: July 7, 1886 Indentured apprentice; drawing office and technical.
Submitted by: Triumph Works Archive

Fitt, R
Chargehand, Park Royal, London c1952 More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fitt, Roy
Apprentice 1959. More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fitzgerald, A
Apprentice graduate 1973, London Service Depot. ex.Rover (Seagrave Rd., London) Fitzpatrick, John
Fletch North, Canley. Training officer
Submitted by: John Cremins

Fitzpatrick, Mary
Wages Office, Fletchamstead c1959
Submitted by: Triumph Works Archive

Fitzpatrick, Sue
Costs Office, Canley c.1965
Submitted by: Philip Moore

Flanagan, F
66 men were killed serving in the Great War and their names are inscribed on the memorial stone by the promenade at London Road Cemetery. Inscription: Erected in loving memory of our comrades who gave their lives for liberty in the Great War 1914-1918 by the staff and employees of the Triumph and Gloria companies. 'He was a man and nothing that effected the human race was foreign to him.' More

Flanagan, Harold (Bud)
No 1 Shop, Canley 1959 Works Bowl Club Committee Photo
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Flavell, Ada
No 10 Trim Shop 25 Years Service Retired 1968
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fletcher, Colin James
Apprentice and machinist, Canley Left to emigrate to Canada in 1969 More
Submitted by: Kathleen Wapples

Fletcher, D
Foreman, Production Control 1961
Submitted by: Triumph Works Archive

Fletcher, Dave
Costs Office
Submitted by: Philip Moore

Fletcher, Don
Foreman, CKD c1963
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fletcher, G
Manager London Service Depot. 1959
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fletcher, James
Canley Works (father-in-law) Long term employee Used to climb a very high ladder for many years to trim the ivy on "Ivy Cottage"
Submitted by: Kathleen Wapples

Fletcher, Stan
Service Training Instructor, electrical specialist - Radford 1972
Submitted by: John Whittall

Fletcher, Terry
Ivy Cottage
Submitted by: Tom Braund

Fletcher, Tony
Fletch North More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Flinn, Arthur (Albert)
No 1 Shop, Inspection, Canley 43 Years Service. Retired December, 1959
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Flint, Jill
Worked in the export department from 1976-1979 on fletchemstead highway. Redundancies came about. Moved all spares to Cowley and some staff managed to transfer to the jaguar browns lane. Fan job big open plan office with different sections. Would think prob around 90 staff. My dad Edward teggin worked at the standard as a toolmaker prob 1954-1974
Submitted by: Jill Flint

Forbes, R
Foreman, Jig and Toolroom, January 1973
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Ford, Brigitte
Worked in Telephone Exchange Canley 66/67 and then in Reception Allesley 68/70
Submitted by: Brigitte Hilton (nee Ford)

Ford, Roy
Experimental
Submitted by: Triumph Works Archive

Ford, Syd
My dad Syd Ford worked at Canley. Think he started when it was The Standard and went through lots of changes before moving to Gaydon then he retired. He was also involved with the Football team. Used to go as a child and even sat in some of the new cars on colder days to keep warm.
Submitted by: Sue Kilbey

Forge, W
66 men were killed serving in the Great War and their names are inscribed on the memorial stone by the promenade at London Road Cemetery. Inscription: Erected in loving memory of our comrades who gave their lives for liberty in the Great War 1914-1918 by the staff and employees of the Triumph and Gloria companies. 'He was a man and nothing that effected the human race was foreign to him.' More

Forrest, Bill
No 5 Machine Shop
Submitted by: Alex Murray

Forrest, Tom
No 5 Machine Shop
Submitted by: Alex Murray

Forster, John
Cost Office More
Submitted by: Geoff Smith

Forsythe, Arthur
Foreman Heat Treatment, Radford 1973 More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Foster, A O
Editor, Standard Triumph Newspaper Canley More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Foster, Ivor
Foreman Production Control Service 1960-1973 d 1 Feb, 1973 aged 63
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Foster, Les
Carpenter, Maintenance Dept Fletch South c 1971-80
Submitted by: Alwyne Bates

Fox, Brian
Production Director April 1979
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works

Fox, Graham
sheet metal worker
Submitted by: Graham Fox

Fox, Maurice
My Father in law Maurice Fox who lived in Arley worked there my husband thinks from sometime in the fifties to early seventies. He used to work at the factory as we think a capstan operator charge hand. Maurice would work at the factory in the week then evenings and weekends he qualified as a driving instructor . He got so busy driving instructing that he finally gave up Standard Triumph and set up Woodside driving school. We also think Maurice's brother Stan Fox worked there, also from Arley.
Submitted by: Fox, Christine

Fox, Nora
PR Office More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Foxon, John Tom
Machine Operator Canley Service 1951-1973
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Frame, Sam
Press toolmaker
Submitted by: Russ Frame

Frampton-Culpin, W H
Export Sales Division c1956 Ref. 1957 Photo
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

France, John
Electrical Team Ref: 1986 More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Frances, Stewart (nee Flynn)
Home Sales secretary to Lyndon Mills c1960 More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Francis, E
Tinsmith c1959
Submitted by: Triumph Works Archive

Francis, Sybil
Powers Punch Room, c1959
Submitted by: Triumph Works Archive

Franklin, B
c1949 member of Recreation Club Committee More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Franklin, Dave
Electrical Team Ref: 1986 More

Franklin, Keith
Paint Trim and Assembly Planning Section c1972
Submitted by: Malcolm Dunn

Franklin, Reg
Toolroom Apprentice c1932
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fraser, Peter
My brother worked at the Standard motor company
Submitted by: Patricia Boyle

Frederick, Betteridge
Foreman in the Herald Assembly Track in Rocket Range.
Submitted by: Aubrey Betteridge

Freeborn, Charles
My uncle worked there for many years maybe 30-40yrs
Submitted by: Anita Rollins

Freebrey, E
Park Royal Standard Triumph Service Depot, North London. c1951 - (at least) 25 years service More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Freeman, Alwyne Dennis
Car Inspector 34 Years Service Service: 1937-1971
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Freeman, Dennis
My dad Dennis Freeman worked at Canley for 40 years until he was made redundant in the 80’s. He only had a break when he was in the army. He worked nights for the majority of this time. During all this time he never learnt to drive.
Submitted by: Denise Pugsley

Freeman, Len
Section Leader Castings & Forgings
Submitted by: Peter Russell

French, Alfred Gerald
My dad worked there Alfred Gerald French
Submitted by: Elaine Clark

French, Jim
My dad worked at Torrington Avenue body in white where they started life before transported to canley his name is jim french and we lived in tile hill...sitting with me 92 Years old. Was in paint spraying, under sealing then moved to canley to become inspector
Submitted by: Peter French

French, RoseSubmitted by: Malcolm Dunn

Friswell, Charles
Chairman, 1909 Friswell, Olive
Trim Shop Supervisor pre 1939. More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Froggatt, George
Inspector, Rocket Range Photo
Submitted by: John D’Arcy

Frost Arthur (Sergeant)
Corps of Commissionaires at Standard (ST Police) Read More Here (1900 - 1969)
Submitted by: Triumph Works Archive

Frost, Cliff (Jack)
Cliff started as an apprentice toolmaker in around 1949. He spent most of his time in the Tool Room at Canley, fifteen years of those on permanent nights. In about 1973 he had to come off nights and out of the Tool Room because he contracted bad dermatitis in his hands. He then spent the rest of his time until redundancy in 1980 working on days in the Standards Room.
Submitted by: Steve Frost

Frost, JoanSubmitted by: Carmel Langdon

Frost, Trevor
I worked at canley fletch&Gaydon total service 42 yrs
Submitted by: Trevor Frost


Fullbrook, Roy
Electrical Team Ref: 1986 More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fuller, C. H.
Training Officer, Western Avenue, London Ref 1973 Photos
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Fuller, Robert
Tinsmith
Submitted by: Robert Fuller


Furness, Raymond
My grandad did! Raymond Furness, does anyone remember him?x
Submitted by: Molly Georgia


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We are really pleased to announce we have been shortlisted and awarded £500 of match-funding by TownsWeb Archiving. The British Read more
A superb photo from 1925 showing the Dispatch Department at Canley. Read more
A great photo from Martin Murphy, who says, “while going through some photos of my Aunty's I came across this Read more
The Forward Radiator Company Limited was formed in February 1919 and I started work with them in September, 1922. I Read more
Walter Rubley was Factory Manager of the Car Division at The Standard Motor Company Limited, where he had been employed Read more
Original Standard Triumph period film of the Jabbeke speed test featuring TR2 prototype MVC575. This car has recently been restored. Read more
Hello, my name is Carmel Langdon and my mother Mavis Langdon, my aunts and their friends worked at Standard Triumph. Read more
I started working at Triumph in 1972 in the Printing Department, where I printed all the internal documents for parts Read more
A Second World War veteran and Standard Triumph manager has celebrated his 100th birthday in Coventry. William “Bill” Bullivant turned Read more
Of the 53 years that the Forward Radiator Company of Bordesley Green Road, Birmingham, was in existence, the last decade Read more
Outside the New Assembly Hall, Canley, are the personnel of Schedule Control — happily looking forward to working on big Read more
A Visit to the Triumph Works We headed for Coventry and drove along the Ring Road to the factory of Read more
Born in Liverpool, where he attended the Liverpool College of Art, in 1927 Walter Belgrove moved to Coventry where he was hired Read more
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  • Awarded Funding - We are really pleased to announce we have been shortlisted and awarded £500 of match-funding by TownsWeb Archiving.
  • 1925 Dispatch Dept. - A superb photo from 1925 showing the Dispatch Department at Canley.
  • Paint Stores - A great photo from Martin Murphy, who says, “while going through some photos of my Aunty’s I came across this one. There are no names but it is definitely from the Standard as there was faint markings of the Standard logo.”
  • Forward Radiator – Pt 1 - The Forward Radiator Company Limited was formed in February 1919 and I started work with them in September, 1922. I was the first clerical employee set on, all the clerical work up to this time having been done by “the boss’. Mr. C. N. Rawsthorne, the Secretary and Director of the Company.
  • Walter Rubley - Walter Rubley was Factory Manager of the Car Division at The Standard Motor Company Limited, where he had been employed for 41 years.
  • Jabbeke Speed Test – Original Standard Triumph period film - Original Standard Triumph period film of the Jabbeke speed test featuring TR2 prototype MVC575. This car has recently been restored.  The film shows Sir John Black and Ken Richardson. Can you help with other names?
  • Mavis Langdon - Hello, my name is Carmel Langdon and my mother Mavis Langdon, my aunts and their friends worked at Standard Triumph.
  • Graham Richardson – Printing Dept. - I started working at Triumph in 1972 in the Printing Department, where I printed all the internal documents for parts forms, wages slips and all that was required. There were about 12 people who worked in that department.
  • Bill Bullivant - A Second World War veteran and Standard Triumph manager has celebrated his 100th birthday in Coventry.
  • Forward Radiator – Bordesley Green - Of the 53 years that the Forward Radiator Company of Bordesley Green Road, Birmingham, was in existence, the last decade was undoubtedly the most dramatic in the company’s long history.
  • Schedule Control - Outside the New Assembly Hall, Canley, are the personnel of Schedule Control — happily looking forward to working on big orders for our new models !
  • A Visit to the Triumph Works – 1957 - A Visit to the Triumph Works We headed for Coventry and drove along the Ring Road to the factory of the Standard Motor Company Ltd., where Triumph TR3s are assembled.
  • Walter Belgrove - Born in Liverpool, where he attended the Liverpool College of Art, in 1927 Walter Belgrove moved to Coventry where he was hired by Triumph, after some years of apprenticeship first at the “J. Blake and Co.” body shop in Liverpool, then at “Windovers” in London, where he practiced both the design and the bodyworks modeling.
  • Joe Waite - Whilst researching Arthur Hutt, I came across your article on the Standard Triumph website and thought you might like to know the following.
  • Eric Camwell - I was an apprentice at the Raleigh company in 1930 and later worked for Daimler.
  • Mick Leach - Mick Leach wedding presentation by Ted Silver.
  • John Carolan - John Carolan retirement presentation.
  • Sir John Black, Alick Dick and? - This great photograph is when – early 1950’s? – and a busy trio. Sir John Black, Alick Dick and an unknown lady – can you help identify her? One early reference to a secretary to Sir John is for Edna Taylor. This would have been early thirties – possibly when Black took control of the …
  • Steve Nicholas - A superb photo from Steve Nicholas leaving presentation in Fletch North, Ray Henderson making presentation.
  • Final Finish - For the final day of March – a month we have posted something new every single day – something apt? – Final Finish.
  • Super Sleuths? - Ok detectives – can you help with this photo? Probably very early, probably linked to the early beginnings of the Standard Motor Co.
  • Le Mans – Getting There! - A superb reaction to the recent Le Mans photos, so how about a couple more?
  • Standard 1928 - Dated c1928/1930 this superb factory image shows the Standard Motor Co body assembly.
  • Any Clues? Photo Participant Competition - A trio of photos for you today – with suitable clues what can they tell us?
  • Harry Webster CBE - Harry and his three Brothers at the Duke of York pub in Tewkesbury.  From Left to Right.  John Webster, George Webster, Harry, Derek Webster.
  • John Batchelor - I was a JRT sponsored student from 1980~1984 and spent time in several departments at Canley – Prototype Build, NVH and Trim and Hardware Design – before joining the Aerodynamic Department full-time in the autumn of 1984.

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DECEMBER 2020.
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