During the early 1900s, Richard Marshall set up building motorcycles using T. D. Cross engines and calling them Lily, after his mother.
This company offered a small range of models. One used the 269cc Villiers two-stroke engine, or a Peco of the same size, others used 2¾ hp or 3½ hp TDC sv engines. They all had a two-speed Albion gearbox and belt final-drive.
The onset of war was not a good time to start out, and the make only lasted for a few months.
Source: Graces Guide
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