What are cussons?

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Leslie Cussons
... Leslie Cussons (13 January 1907 – 6 September 1963) ... Born in Swinton, near Salford, Lancashire, England to Alexander Tom Cussons (1875–1951) and his wife Emily Jane Cussons (née Kidd, 1875–1957) ... Leslie was the Chairman of Cussons Sons Co, the largest independent soap manufacturer in Britain ...
Cussons - People
... Alexander Stockton Cussons (1914–1986), soap manufacturer Alexander Tom Cussons (1875–1951), soap manufacturer Leslie Cussons (1907–1963), soap manufacturer ...
Aston Martin DP214 - Racing History - During The 1970s
... After this Nick Cussons raced the car regularly, but it is unclear whether Cussons owned the car during this time ... In 1973 Cussons won first in class at Curborough, and was again first in class at the Jaguar Drivers' Club (JDC) ... Cussons was also first overall in the B.R.S.C.C ...
Alexander Stockton Cussons - Career
... Alexander worked at the Cussons Company from 1931 until his retirement in 1968 ... Before becoming chairman of the main Cussons Company Alexander was chairman of the South African subsidiary ... South Africa was the first overseas market for the Cussons brand ...
Alexander Tom Cussons - Residences
... Tom Cussons owned a Victorian mansion in Kersal, Salford called 'Oaklands', which was the former home of the Victorian chemist Edward Schunck ... The property was within walking distance of Cussons' factory ... was severely damaged in The Blitz of 1941, and Tom Cussons later moved to Hale, where he owned a house next to the cricket club, and not far from the then small Manchester airport, called Ringway ...