Canmore 10/07/1856 – Stirling Observer – The Stirling and Granton Steamers – A trip to Edinburgh……….. Then there is Christie’s extensive tile works at Blackgrange, – most valuable, as we should suppose, to the agricultural district…… 21/03/1861 – Stirling Observer – Dead body of a female aged around 50 years found on the banks of…
1865 – John Christie, Brick and tile maker, Cornton, Causewayside, Stirling / Clackmannan.
Below – 17/11/1876 – Glasgow Herald – Cornton and Shore brick works for sale.
22/02/1877 – Stirling Observer (An article referred to in the Stirling Observer 20/02/1917) – The trustees of the late Mr John Christie, brick and tile maker at Stirling and Cornton beg to announce that they have sold the stocks of bricks, tiles, and manufactured goods, belonging the firm of Messrs Christie & Son, to Mr John Govan, brick-maker and brick-buildier, Stirling, who will hereafter carry on the business at these works.
1878 – Christie & Son, Brick and tile makers, Cornton. Office 12 Murray Place, Stirling. ( Note – SBH – This entry confuses me due to the previous entries re the sale of The Shore and Cornton Brickworks)