Allan & Mann, Port Eglinton, Glasgow – History

Allan & Mann, Port Eglinton, Glasgow

Alternative brickworks include:

  • Rutherglen Pottery, Glasgow.
  • Mallsmire Works, Myrtle Park, Crosshill, Glasgow.

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1840 – 1841 – David Baird Brickmaker at Allan & Mann – Ho, 181 Eglinton Street

1841 – 1842 – Allan & Mann, common and fire brick and tile makers, Port Eglinton p25

1843 – 1844 –  Allan & Mann, Common and fire brick and Tile makers, Port Eglinton

Below- 20/09/1847 – Glasgow Herald – Sale at Messrs Allan & Manns Brickfield, Bryceland on the road leading to Pollokshaws and a short distance from the south end of Main Street, Gorbals.

Below – 1850 – Report on the Geology of Alabama – p115  Possibly Allan & Mann bricks.

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1852 – The Lost Gardens of Glasgow University by Arthur Donald Boney, 1988. – In July 1852 Messrs Allan & Mann, brickmakers, offered Faculty £300 per annum for the lease of the ‘upper green of the Observatory Park (Glasgow) for working out the clay contained in it for a limited number of years.’

1852 – 1853 – Allan & Mann, Brick Makers, Port Eglinton, Glasgow

1853 – 1854 -Allan & Mann, brick, drain-tile, petrified pipe manufacturer and builders, Port-Eglinton brickworks, Canal street.

1860 – 1861 –  Allan & Mann, builders and manufacturers of common and fire bricks, tiles, vitrified pipes, and other fire clay goods, Rutherglen Pottery; office, 48 St. Enoch square.

Below – 1861 – Advert Allan & Mann Glasgow.

1862 – 1863 – James Thomson,  manager for Allan & Mann; ho. 22 Canal Street, Port-Eglinton.

Below- 21/09/1863 – Northern Whig – W. D Henderson, Belfast agents for Garnkirk, Allan & Mann and J & M Craig.

04/07/1865 – Belfast News – Scotch Fireclay goods – Scottish fire clay goods. Builders, Contractors, &c., will find the largest and most varied stock of the above goods kept in Ireland at my depots- Queens Quay, Belfast and 56, North Wall, Dublin.

The Goods are second to none in the market and at lowest rates, white bricks (extra finished), for Facing, Buildings, in great variety. Also, glazed sewerage pipes, with patent or socket joints. Robert Brown.

Belfast Depot-Queens Quay. Dublin Depot-56 North Wall Works, Paisley. N.B.- Goods can be sent to any Port in Ireland, either by sailing vessel or steamer, direct from the works. 4235.
The subscribers have for sale:- Garnkirk fire brick and clay; Allan & Mann’s white building brick (the best brick manufactured); J. & M. Craig’s Brick, 1st and 2nd qualities; Do, white and red glazed tiles; Sealy’s Bridgewater Tiles and Bath brick; Staffordshire Black Brick, various shapes; Chester tiles and brick;
Architectural Pottery Company’s ornamental tiles; cements, London, Portland, Roman; Hydraulic limes, &c.; Chimney cans, Water pipes, &c., &c., &c.
W.D.Henderson & Sons. Office-14 Corporation Street. YARD-Albert Square. 4113.

01/08/1867 – The Dublin Builder  – White brick – The subscribers, as agents for Ireland for Messrs Allan & Mann of Glasgow, would invite the attention of Architects and builders to the unrivalled brick manufactured by this firm. These are in every respect superior to any other white brick manufactured. Sample boxes and price lists will be sent free on application. W.D Henderson & Sons, Insurance Buildings, Victoria Street, Belfast.

1868 – 1869 – Allan, Hugh (of Allan & Mann), house, 3 Argyle Terrace, Crossbill.

Allan & Mann, builders and contractors, manufacturers of common and fire bricks, tiles, and fireclay goods; depot. Canal Street, Port-Eglinton; office, 48 St. Enoch square.

1869 – Allan & Mann, 22 Canal Street, Port Eglinton, Glasgow. Office St Enoch Sq.

24/11/1869 – The Glasgow Herald – Court of Session Allan & Mann V Dixon’s Trustees.

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Below – 29/06/1870 – Northern Whig. Allan & Mann advert.

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29/07/1870 – Greenock Telegraph – To builders – Daniel Devlin, in continuing the business carried out by Allan & Mann at 11 Patrick Street begs to intimate that he now has on hand a large and well-selected stock of Caithness and Arbroath pavement, drain pipes, chimney cans, ornamental bricks and fire clay goods of every description. Portland and Roman cements, Arden Lime etc  – 11 Patrick Street, Greenock. July 1870.

1870 – 1871 – Allan, Hugh (of Allan & Mann), house, 3 Argyle Terrace, Crosshill.

Below – 29/10/1872 – Glasgow Herald – Hugh Allan, Brick manufacturer, Crosshill, Renfrewshire  – Bankruptcy examination.

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1882 – Allan & Mann, Brickmakers, Rutherglen.

13/04/1885  – Glasgow Herald- Red brickwork to let at Myrtle Park, Crosshill. Brickmaking can be commenced at once – apply Allan & Mann, 48 Enoch Square, Glasgow.

12/04/1886 – Glasgow Herald – Red brickworks to let at Crosshill, Glasgow with machinery plant etc in working order. Nearly a seasons make of clay being raised, brick making can be commenced as soon as weather will permit. Apply Allan & Mann, 48 St Enoch Square.

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