Found by Ian Suddaby in East Lothian. This example is not in my possession. Garnqueen Fireclay Works, Glenboig, Lanarkshire Alternative brickworks include: Gartliston Fireclay Works, Glenboig, Lanarkshire. Building bricks at Garscadden Works, Drumchapel.
Emile Francois Duvoisin (1852 – 1937).
P & M Hurll, Gartliston and Garnqueen Works, Glenboig, North Lanarkshire.
1869 – Emile Duvoisin moved to Scotland. He had a brother and sister who resided in Scotland for a period of time. (Source Bernard Kirk).
1870 -1871 – A. Duvoisin (at Reichman & Co.’s), house, 7 Walworth Terrace, Kent Road, Glasgow.
1872 – 1873 – A. Duvoisin. (at Reichman & Co.’s), house, 7 Walworth Terrace, Kent Road, Glasgow.
Further examination of Duvoisin surname reveals the following connection to Hurll … (The 1870 reference is for A Duvoisin whereas the references for Hurll below are for E Duvoison)
Emile Duvoisin is of Swiss origins. He was employed by Peter and Mark Hurll.
1878 – 79 – Emile Duvoisin, 49 West George Street. James Eadie. (of James Eadie & Sons), residence.
James Eadie – Iron and steel tube makers for mines etc.
1880 – 81 – E. Duvoisin, iron and commission merchant, 58 Renfield Street; Ho. 4 Windsor Terrace.
1881 – Census – Emile Duvoisin, from Switzerland, was an iron merchant living at 27 Windsor Terr, Glasgow.
1882 – 83 – E. Duvoisin, iron merchant and broker, 58 Renfield Street; Ho. 27 Windsor Terrace.
1886 – Emile Duvoisin, married Sara Hurll (1856-1951) in 1886 at Gartcosh, Lanarkshire. (Source Bernard Kirk).
1886 – 87 – E. Duvoisin, Iron merchant 79 West George St.
1891 – Census – have Emile Davaisin (this is an ancestry transcription) married to Sarah with son John, living at 6 Broomhill Ave, Glasgow.
24/11/1892 – Carriage windows closing, E. F. Duvoisin, Glasgow. A reference in “The Engineer” regarding a patent.
1897 – 98 – Emile Duvoisin (of Peter and Mark Hurll Ho. The Moorings, Milngavie.
1901 – Census – Emile Francois Duvoisin and family were residing at The Moorings, Milngavie, New Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire. (Source Bernard Kirk).
1902 – 03 – Emile Duvoisin (of Peter and Mark Hurll), 144 West Regent Street; house, 21 St. Andrew’s Dr.
1903 – Emile Duvoisin (of Peter and Mark Hurll), 144 West Regent Street; house, 21 St. Andrew’s Dr.
1904 – 05 – Emile Duvoisin (of Peter and Mark Hurll), 144 West Regent Street; House, 205 Nithsdale Road.
1907 – Emile Duvoisin – Fire Brickmaker – see Hurll Peter & Mark.
1917 – 18 – Emile Duvoisin (of Peter and Mark Hurll, Ltd.), 144 West Regent Street; Ho., Cairnbank, Bearsden.
1923 – 24 – Emile Duvoisin (of Peter and Mark Hurll, Ltd.), 144 West Regent Street; Ho., 4 Kensington Gate.
1926 – Émile F. (wrongly recorded as Émile J.) Duvoisin and his wife Sara (née Hurll) travelled from Liverpool to Albany, W. Australia in 1926 onboard the Ulysses. His occupation is given as “brick manufacturer” on the passenger list. (Source Bernard Kirk).
1930 – 31 – Emile Duvoisin (of Peter and Mark Hurll, Ltd.), 144 West Regent Street C.2; Ho., 4 Kensington Gate W.2.
1934 – Emile Francois Duvoisin resided at Ramoan House, Glenboig. (Source Bernard Kirk).
28/04/1937 – West Australian Perth Newspaper – Duvoisin. — Deaths – On April 28, at Glasgow, Emile Francois Duvoisin, father of Marguerite S. Morgan and grandfather of John, 95 Stanley Street, Nedlands, Perth, Australia.
Below – Glenboig and Annathill WW1 memorial John Duvoisin – John appears to have been missed from the original list and added to the end.
Name: John Hurll Duvoisin
Initials: J H
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Regiment/Service: Highland Light Infantry
Unit Text: 9th (Glasgow Hdrs.) Bn.
Date of Death: 15/07/1916
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 15 C.
Memorial: Thiepval Memorial.
(It is likely that Sarah was a member of the Hurll brick manufacturing family hence the inclusion of her maiden name as a middle name for her son, John Hurll Duvoisin).
10/03/1951 – Sarah Hurll died.
(Many thanks to Bernard Kirk from Munich for providing much of the detail above. Bernard’s mother was a Duvoisin, but descended from a younger brother of Émile François).