J & M Craig, Dean, Hillhead and Perceton Fire Clay Works, Kilmarnock and Longpark Pottery, Kilmarnock. (Note – SBH – I have created separate pages for Perceton, Dean, Hillhead and Longpark. Where information does not relate to a particular works, such as Craig family history, I have added it to the Perceton page.) Below –…
Broomdykes Tileworks, Hutton, Scottish Borders.
Below – 1856 – Broomdykes Tile Works, Hutton.
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24/02/1871 – Illustrated Berwick Journal – Social gathering included Miss Lyall, Broomdykes Tileworks
07/07/1871 – The Berwick Advertiser – Justice of the Peace Court – Robert Lyall, Broomdykes Tileworks was charged with pasturing a horse on the public road. He was fined 5s or 5 days imprisonment. Fine paid.
08/08/1871 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Justice of the Peace Court – Robert Lyall, Brick and Tile maker, Broomdykes Tileworks was charged with allowing 2 brood sows to stray onto the public road near to the tile works and was fined 5s and 5s expenses or the alternative of 10 days imprisonment.
12/01/1872 – Illustrated Berwick Journal – Marriage – At Paxton on 29th ult, by the Rev Robert Kirke, Minister of Hutton. Thomas, eldest son of Robert Lyall, Broomdykes Tileworks to Mary Jane, second daughter of Alexander Bain, Paxton.
19/11/1874 – Southern Reporter – Marriage – at The Tileworks, Broomdykes, Berwickshire on the 6th inst, Mr Thomas Hume, Hawick to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr Robery Lyall, Tile manufacturer.
09/02/1875 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Marriages – At Broomdykes Tile Works on the 29th ult, by the Rev D Maclean, Free Church Allanton, Mr George Anderson, Winfield to Eleanor, eldest daughter of Mr Robert Lyall, tile manufacturer.
04/04/1878 – Southern Reporter – Wanted a steady working man with one or two sons (eighteen or nineteen years of age) for a Tileworks in Berwickshire. Good wages are given to a suitable party. Address B. (Note this could relate to any Berwickshire Tile Works but I have recorded the entry here.)
16/04/1889 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – For sale – a large well-bred cow … calved 13th inst. Warranted all correct. Apply Robert Lyall, Broomdykes Tile Works, Hutton, Berwickshire.
26/05/1889 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Wanted a young lad to drive a pair of horses. Apply to R Lyal, Broomdykes Tile Works.
Below – 12/11/1889 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Robert Lyall is the sitting tennant but the tileworks are up to let.
24/05/1892 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Refers to Mr James Gillie, Broomdykes Tilework.
22/11/1892 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Broomdykes harvest home – ……music supplied by John Gillie, Broomdykes Tileworks.
17/03/1903 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Hutton Social entertainment refers to the Misses Wood, Broomdykes Tileworks.
02/06/1905 – Berwick Advertiser – Horse sale – Refers to Messrs R Wood, Broomdykes Tileworks.
Below – 1906 – Broomdykes Tileworks, Hutton
27/05/1910 – The Berwick Advertiser – Farm Stock Sales – Mr Wood, Broomdykes Tileworks bought Half bred ewes from Peelwalls.
02/01/1912– Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – For sale turnout, Black Cob13.2h, governess car and harness. R Wood, Broomdykes Tileworks, Hutton.
13/08/1915 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – In memoriam advert dated 14/08/1917 states Robert Wood died on 13/08/1915 at Broomdykes Tileworks. Wife – Isabella
09/11/1915 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Wanted at once, lad or elderly man to drive horses and live in. Wood Broomdykes Tileworks, Berwick.
06/06/1916 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Misc claims – William Wood and J.H Ferguson, Broomdykes Tileworks; assented to by military representative. – Claims granted. Absolute exemption.
12/08/1919 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – In memoriam – In loving memory of my dear husband who dies at Broomdykes Tileworks on 13/08/1915 – “Only a step removed, and that step into bliss, my own my dearly loved, whom here on earth I miss” – no names mentioned though but it is likely to have been Robert Wood that died.
03/06/1924 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Refers to William Wood, Broomdykes Tileworks
13/05/1930 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – For sale, about 30 loads of Mangold – Wood, Broomdykes Tileworks, Berwick.
Below – 19/11/1935 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Sale of stock and implements. Broomdykes Tileworks, Chirnside – William Wood.
02/11/1937 -Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Mrs Aitchison and family return sincere thanks to all friends for the beautiful floral tributes and expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Broomdykes Tileworks.
23/03/1943 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – the after named children are detailed as residing at the Broomdykes Tileworks – June, Mary and Rachel Dodds.
20/01/1948 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – birthday wishes to June Dodds, Broomdykes Tileworks.
Jan 1950- 15/07 1954 – Janice Marie Mair born at Broomdykes Tileworks in 1950 ( referred to in a court case in 1954, whereby her mother Catherine Mair or Stasiylewicz was accused of ‘thrashing’ her)