1848 – 1851 – ScotlandsPlaces – Kirkchrist Brick and Tile Works. A brick and tile manufactory having a kiln for burning, a large wooden shed for drying and a small piece of ground attached. The whole surrounded chiefly by a wooden paling. The works take their name from the farm of Kirkchrist on which they…
Broomdykes Tileworks, Hutton, Scottish Borders.
Below – 1856 – Broomdykes Tile Works, Hutton.
Below – and again
1856 – 1858 – ScotlandsPlaces – Broomdykes Tileworks. A tilework situated near the parish road on the farm of Broomdykes from which it receives its name. It is the property of Sir George Houston Boswell and tenanted by Mr Lyall.
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 Tileworks 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 Tileworks 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 Tileworks, 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 Tileworks.
Below – 12/11/1889 – Berwickshire News and General Advertiser – Robert Lyall is the sitting tenant 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.
28/09/1901 – The Scotsman – Berwickshire Blackadder Estate. Broomdykes Tileworks together with 36 acres or thereby of arable land to let for such term of years as may be agreed upon with entry at Whitsunday 1902 to the tileworks and at the separation of the crop to the land, all as occupied by the representatives of the late Mr James Gillie. The tileworks are distant about four miles from Chirnside Railway Station and five miles from Norham. Mr Alexander Cunningham, Blackadder Home Farm, Edrom, will on receiving a days notice show the works, plant &c to inquiries and offers will be received by Mr Deas at Duns, factor on the estate up to 30th September. Duns August 1901.
12/11/1901 – Berwickshire News – Blackadder Estate. Broomdykes Tileworks and land to let. These tileworks, in which an excellent business is carried on, together with 36 Acres or thereby of arable land, are now to let. The Tileworks are distant about 4 miles from Chirnside (N.B.R.), and 5 miles from Norham (N.E.R.) Railway Stations. Entry at Whitsunday, and separation of Crop (as regards the land) 1902. If desired, arrangements could be made for entry both to tileworks and land at Martinmas first, 1901. Mr Alex. Cunningham, Blackadder Home Farm, Edrom, will show the premises on receiving one day’s notice, and all further particulars will be obtained from Mr Adam Deas, Langtongate, Duns, factor on the estate, who will receive offers. Duns, 7th October 1901.
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 Cob 13.2h, 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)