Found Helensburgh. Jones & Wilson, Burnbank Brickworks, Coatbridge. . . . . Below – The same stamp on a brick found in the Glasgow area. I have added this because the fabric and colour of the brick appear different to the brick shown above.
1872 – Jones & Wilson, Burnbank Brickworks, Coatbridge
1875 – Jones & Wilson, Burnbank Brickworks, Coatbridge.
04/02/1875 – The Scotsman – Yesterday morning at Burnbank Brickworks, the dead body of a man at present unknown was discovered in one of the brick stoves. The deceased, who has the appearance of a tramp, had been sleeping in the place along with two of the workmen, and in the morning he was found to be dead.
1878 – Jones & Wilson, brick and tile makers, Dunbeth Terrace, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.
Below – 03/09/1880 – Edinburgh Gazette – Jones and Wilson, Brickmakers, Burnbank Brickworks, Coatbridge dissolves on the death of Jones. James Wilson continues the business.
1882 – James Wilson, brick and tile maker, Burnbank Brickworks, Coatbridge.
Below – 1882 – James Wilson, Burnbank Brickworks advert.
06/11/1885 – Coatbridge Leader dated 21/07/1934. Reference to the first Coatbridge town council meeting and James Wilson, brick manufacturer attending.
1886 – James Wilson, Burnbank Brickworks, Coatbridge (Note: This is listed under Builder and Masons so I am not sure if he was still making bricks at this time)(Page 893.)