15/04/1871 – Glasgow Herald – Assault. George Dickson, a tramp, was accused of attacking Mr James McAllister, manager and John McAllister, engine keeper, Dalmacoulter Brickworks on Thursday last. He pleaded guilty and the Sheriff sentenced him to pay a fine of 2os or suffer 14 days imprisonment. 1878 – Thomas Jackson, brick and tile maker,…
Coats Brickworks, Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire – two sites.
(Note – SBH – There are 2 brickworks detailed on the 1859 map just to the East of Coatbridge. Neither are named but they are situated near the (Coats?) Malleable Ironworks.
1858 – 1861 – ScotlandPlaces – Brickworks East of Coatbridge. Thomas Jackson Esq. A small brickwork immediately east of Coatbridge. (Note – SBH – Could this be the same Thomas Jackson that operated the brickworks at Dalmacoulter Colliery, Airdrie?)
1858 – 1861 – ScotlandPlaces – A small Malleable Iron establishment South of Coats, the property of Thos. Jackson Esq
1858 – 1861 – ScotlandsPlaces – Brickworks East of Monkland Canal. Thomas Jackson Esq. A tolerably sized brickwork south of the Monkland Canal.
Below – 1859 – 2 brickworks situated to the East and West on the (Coats?) Malleable Ironworks. Both owned by Thomas Jackson.
15/05/1886 – Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner – An article on the Coats Iron and Steel Works … certainly the largest malleable iron manufactory in Coat bridge district—were started on a somewhat limited scale in the year 1854 by the late Mr Thomas Jackson of Coats House …