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Ford, Henry, 1863-1947

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Personal name headingFord, Henry, 1863-1947
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Variant(s)Ford, Genri, 1863-1947
Fu-tʻe, Heng-ti, 1863-1947
Fute, Hengli, 1863-1947
Hphu-the, Heṅ-li, 1863-1947
K̲apōrṭu, Hen̲r̲i, 1863-1947
פארד, הענרי
LocatedDearborn, Mich.
Birth date18630730
Death date19470407
Place of birthDearborn, Mich.
Profession or occupationmachinist farmer engineer automotive engineer company president
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inHis the Ford plan ... 1915.
The entrepreneurs, an American adventure. Part 3, Expanding America [VR] 1991, c1986: container (Henry Ford; put Americans in cars and created the first conveyor belt assembly line)
Funk and Wagnalls WWW Home page, Dec. 11, 2000: Encyclopedia (Henry Ford; b. July 3, 1863, Dearborn, Mich.; d. Apr. 7, 1947; constructed the first automobile; manufactured automobiles and airplanes; established first assembly-line factory)
Legs ʼgrub yoṅ ba ji ltar byed. Ri moʼi lam nas Heṅ-Li Hphu-theʼi skor gleṅ ba, 1999: t.p. (Heṅ-Li Hphu-the) t.p. verso (Hengli Fute)
Mezhdunarodnoe evreĭstvo, [19--?]: t.p. (Genri Ford)
Hen̲r̲i K̲apōrṭu, 1993.
Wikipedia, WWW, Aug. 9, 2011 (b. July 30, 1863, Dearborn, Michigan; d. Apr. 7, 1947, Dearborn, Michigan; machinist, farmer, engineer with the Edison Illuminating Company, automotive engineer, president of Ford Motor Company), Aug. 9, 2011 (b. July 30, 1863)