Businessmen William Clay Ford Sr.

William Clay Ford Sr.

Living place: Detroit

Birthday: 14-3-1925 (98 years old)

Population of US 1925: 115,829,000

Global rank: #48933

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Who is Businessmen William Clay Ford Sr.?
Former CEO of Ford Motor Company and owner of the Detroit Lions team.
He is the last living grandchild of Henry Ford.

Young / Before famous

He served in the United States Navy Air Force during World War II.

Family life info

He married Martha Firestone, niece of entrepeneur Harvey Firestone.

Close relationship

Who is Boy (girl) friend/ wife (husband)/ darling Businessmen William Clay Ford Sr.?
His football team featured schools as that of the Farmer as re-run Barry Sanders.

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When was Businessmen William Clay Ford Sr. born?
William Clay Ford Sr. birthday 14-3-1925 (at the age of 98).
Where is Businessmen William Clay Ford Sr.'s birth place, what is Zodiac/Chinese Zodiac?
William Clay Ford Sr. was born in Detroit, Michigan- United States. is a Businessmen, whose Zodiac is Pisces, and who Chinese Zodiac is The Ox. William Clay Ford Sr.'s global rank is 48933 and whose rank is 612 in list of famous Businessmen. Population of US in 1925 is about 115,829,000 persons.
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Events in 1925 and 14-3

Events in US in the birth year of William Clay Ford Sr.

  • Nellie Tayloe Ross takes office as governor of Wyoming (Jan. 5). She is the first woman governor in U.S. history.
  • Tennessee schoolteacher John T. Scopes is arrested (May 5) for teaching the theory of evolution, forbidden by state law.
  • Worst tornado in U.S. history hit Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana: 689 deaths.
  • Al Capone takes over the Chicago bootlegging racket.

Birthday William Clay Ford Sr. (14-3) in history

  • Day 14-3 year 1743: THE FIRST TOWN HALL was first held in Boston, Massachusetts, at Faneuil Hall.
  • Day 14-3 year 1794: The cotton gin was patented by Eli Whitney.
  • Day 14-3 year 1939: The Republic of Czechoslovakia was dissolved, soon to be occupied by the Nazis.
  • Day 14-3 year 1950: The FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list made its debut.
  • Day 14-3 year 1958: Perry Como's single "Catch a Falling Star" became the first RIAA gold record.
  • Day 14-3 year 1964: Jack Ruby was found guilty of the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, alleged assassin of President John F. Kennedy.
  • Day 14-3 year 1990: The Soviet Congress voted Mikhail Gorbachev into the newly-created and powerful position of president.
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