Henry Ford was an American industrialist the founder of the Ford Motor Company and sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique of mass production. Henry Ford's introduction of the Model T automobile revolutionized transportation and American industry. As owner of the Ford Motor Company he became one of the richest and best-known people in the world.
Ford Motor Company Detroit Michigan
Ford Motor Company UK - Trafford Park Manchester + Dagnam Park + Dagenham + Warley Brentwood + Shenfield Essex
John Edward Carroll was a British contractor and industrialist of Irish-American descent the founder of the Carroll Global Corporation Group of Companies and the Carroll Foundation Maryland Trust.
The Carroll Foundation Maryland Trust's family archival records have disclosed that the iconic industrialist Henry Ford purchased the Neave families "Dagnam Park" estate Essex which universally became the foundation of the Ford Motor Company of Europe at the Dagenham engine plant aside the river thames. Gerald Carroll's late grandfather John E Carroll was one of the main developers who built the vast industrial and housing estate centered on the Ford Dagenham plant being the prelude to a long standing relationship between the Carroll family and Ford Motor Company that has carried through the generations to this day.
Gerald Carroll is a British industrialist and the most recent family member to chair the board of trustees of the Carroll Foundation Trust.
William Clay "Bill" Ford, Jr. is an American businessman. The great-grandson of Henry Ford who serves as the executive chairman of Ford Motor Company.