20/02/1891 – Hamilton Herald – Serious accident – On Wednesday last, a boy named John Ford, son of James Ford, Walker’s Court, Raploch Street, was seriously injured at Merryton Brickwork through falling among the machinery. He was at once rescued, and attended to by Dr Stewart, who ordered his removal to Glasgow Infirmary, whither he…
Craigton Brick Works, Paisley Road, Glasgow.
(Note – SBH – Drumoin or Drumoyne Brick Works. I cannot find these works on the 1856 map but the location is very close to Craigton Brickworks so they may be one of the same)
17/12/1856 – Glasgow Herald – To builders. In consequence of having given up business the stock of bricks on hand will be sold as follows. Soft brick – 18s / 1000. Hard brick – 20s / 1000
At Mossbank, Govan. Run of kiln – 17s / 1000. Office W.M. Buchannan & Co, 56 Howard Street.
Below – 21/01/1857 – Glasgow Herald – Machinery and plant for sale at Craigton Brick Works.
Below- 1858 – Brickfield at Craigton.
1858 – 1859 – Robert Johnston – Brickmaker and builder. Works Craigton, Paisley Road. House 94 Alma Place, Glasgow. p142
03/08/1866 – Glasgow Herald – For sale at Craigton, first class hand made brick, also good fireclay. Can be ground and sent by railway. Apply to Mr Dennison, 1180 Frederick Street, Glasgow.
Below – 18/02/1867 – Glasgow Herald – bricks for sale at Craigton brickfield.
09/08/1870 – Edinburgh Gazette – I, Thomas Brown Junior, Accountant in Glasgow, , Trustee on the sequestrated estate of A. & T. Bow, Brickmakers and Builders, Craigton Brickworks, Renfrew,
and Mrs Janet Thomson or Bow, Brickmaker and Builder there, the only Partner of said Firm, as such Partner, and as an Individual, hereby intimate that a first and final dividend will be paid to those Creditors whose claims have been admitted by the Trustee, within the Chambers of Thomas Brown, Jr., & Davies, Accountants here, on the 24th day of September 1870. Thos Brown, Junr. Trustee. Glasgow, 135; Buchanan Street.
Below – 26/01/1883 – Glasgow Herald – Craigton brickworks and stock for sale.
06/07/1888 – Glasgow Herald – Child murder at Craigton Brick Works. Full write up regarding a trial of child murder. The child had been struck on the head with a brick and thrown down a well at Craigton brick works.
Below- 1895 – Craigton Brick Works.
1896 – 1897 – Craigton Brickmaking Co Ltd – Govan. Works – Craigton, Paisley Road, Glasgow.
1903 – Craigton Brickmaking and Feuing Company Limited. Nicol F. Cameron, Sec, brickmakers and contractors. Office 135 Buchannan Street, Glasgow.
1911 – Craigton Brickmaking and Feuing Company Limited. Office 135 Buchannan Street, Glasgow.