Marmon

Daniel Marmon Addison H. Nordyke stayed with the company as an active official until 1899 and as a stockholder and director until 1904. Daniel W. Marmon continued his active official connection with the company until his death in 1909.
Marmon Brothers
The sons of Daniel W. Marmon and Elizabeth Carpenter, Howard Carpenter Marmon and Walter Carpenter Marmon built their first American Automobile in 1902. They used the facilities of Nordyke and Marmon, the nations leading manufacturer of flour milling machinery. The company was founded in 1851 by Ellis Nordyke. Daniel W. Marmon joined the firm in 1865. The Marmon was an elegant and well engineered high powered automobile produced in Indianapolis, IN. Howard Marmon was the chief designer and engineer while his brother Walter looked after finance and manufacturing. In 30 years the Nordyke and Marmon Co. (1902-1925) and later the Marmon Motor Car Co. (1926-1933).
Arthur W. Herrington and Walter C. Marmon
Marmon Walter Carpenter
In 1851 under the name of Nordyke, Ham & Company, the manufacture of milling machinery was first begun in a small shop in Richmond, Indiana. In 1858, Addison H. Nordyke was taken into the business which was carried on as E. & A. H. Nordyke until 1866. At that time Daniel W. Marmon entered the firm, which then became Nordyke Marmon & Company. By 1871, it had become one of the most prominent concerns in its field and occupied substantial brick factory buildings constituting what was then considered quite a large plant. Amos K. Hallowell entered the company in 1875 and continued with it in an unofficial capacity until 1895. Addison H. Nordyke remained with the company in an active official capacity until 1899 and as a stockholder and director until 1904. Daniel W. Marmon continued his active official connection with the company until his death in 1909.
Marmon-Herrington in WAR
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