21/08/1854 – Glasgow Herald – Ground near Parkhead to be feued and ground for brickfields to be let. To be feued, those parts of the Estate of Carntyne, lying in the immediate vicinity of Messrs Napiers Forge and adjacent to the road from Glasgow to Edinburgh by Duke Street. Those parts of the lands are…
Found by Eddie McLean near Dalbeath, Glasgow.
Westmuir Colliery and Brickworks, Parkhead, Glasgow.
I am not in possession of this example.
(Note – SBH – I am unable to find any references to James Shaw, brickmaker, Westmuir but I assume Westmuir relates to the Westmuir Colliery and Brickworks, Parkhead, Glasgow. There is also a James Shaw associated with Edinburgh? Click me.).
15/11/1853 – Greenock Advertiser – Deaths. At Bellfield House, Dumbarton on the 9th instant, Johnann, aged 3 years and 1 month and John aged 1 year and 3 months, youngest daughter and only son of Mr James Shaw, brick and tile maker. (Note – SBH – I am uncertain if this is the same James Shaw but I have included the reference here to ensure it is not missed).