01/07/1892 – Annandale Observer – Reference to ‘Mr Comrie, Newbie Tileworks’ attending a meeting at the Victoria Hall, Annan. 16/09/1892 – Annandale Observer – On Monday in Dumfries Sheriff Court, before Honorary Sheriff Substitute Shortt, Charles Wright, pedlar and his wife Margaret Wright pleaded guilty to drunken and outrageous behaviour at Newbie Brickworks, Annan on…
Lampits Tileworks, Carnwath, South Lanarkshire aka Lampets. Alexander McRouther aka McGruther.
1852 – Alexander McGruther, Lampits Brick and Tile Works, Pettinain.
Below – 1857 – Lampits Brick and Tile Works.
1858 – Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for 1858 – Lampits, clay of coal measures. Name of freeholder – Sir N. M. D. Lockhart. Manufacturer – Alex McGrowder (McGrowther). Manufacture – Bricks.
Below – 27/10/1866 – Glasgow Herald – Lampets Tileworks, Carnwath, South Lanarkshire to let. Possessed by Alexander McGrouther.
1881 – Census – William Cormie b. about 1839 at Carluke. Living at Carnwath. Tile machine man at the Lampits Tileworks. (Note – SBH – He later became manager at the Newbie Brick and Tile Works). (Note – SBH – William Cormie is also recorded elsewhere as William Comrie – from census details it appears that Cormie may be the correct spelling).