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Armand Peugeot

Born: 26-Mar-1849
Birthplace: Valentigney, France
Died: 2-Jan-1915
Location of death: Paris, France
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Religion: Protestant
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business, Engineer

Nationality: France
Executive summary: Built the first Peugeot automobiles

Armand Peugeot's family had been in the manufacturing business for more than a century before he was born, making farm equipment, kitchenware, and hand tools. He expanded the business to include chain-driven bicycles and tricycles, introduced in 1882 with a Grand Bi penny-farthing, known for an extra-large front wheel and a tiny rear wheel. He designed the world's first steam-powered tricycle, which was displayed at the 1889 World's Fair in Paris. Peugeot's first four-wheel cars featured engines designed by Gottlieb Daimler. By 1892 Peugeot was building more than two dozen vehicles annually, and by Armand Peugeot's death in 1915 his firm was France's largest automaker.

Father: Émile Peugeot (b. 26-Mar-1815, d. 1-Jul-1874)
Mother: Wilhelmine Mathilde Ehrmann ("Minna", b. 5-Jul-1818, d. 3-Nov-1893)
Sister: Berthe Peugeot Bovet (b. 11-Aug-1847, d. 1928)
Sister: Lucy Peugeot (d. 1929)
Wife: Sophie Leonie Fallot (b. 1852, m. 1872, d. 1930)
Son: Raymond Peugeot (d. 1886)
Daughter: Madeleine Peugeot Breitling (b. 1887, d. 1952)
Daughter: Germaine Peugeot Kreiss (b. 1889, d. 1977)
Daughter: Marianne Peugeot Rousseau (b. 1890, d. 1967)
Daughter: Elisabeth Peugeot (d. 1896)

    University: Engineering, École Centrale, Paris, France

    Automotive Hall of Fame
    European Automotive Hall of Fame
    PSA Peugeot CitroŽn
    French Ancestry

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