Moss Side Brickworks, Crossmyloof, Glasgow.

Andrew Mclntyre & Son, brick makers and builders, 1 Titwood place, Strathbungo; Works, Moss Side Brickworks, Crossmyloof and Archibald Mclntyre. (of Andrew. Mclntyre & Son), Ho. 24 Titwood place, Strathbungo.

19/08/1874 – Glasgow Herald – James Howat, carter, 217 Eglinton Street, Glasgow, was sent 15 days to prison for the theft of about a hundredweight of coals from Messrs Mclntyre & Sons, Moss-side Brickfield.

1875 – 1875 – Andrew McIntyre & Son, brick makers and builders, 40 St. Enoch Square; Works, Crossmyloof.

1879 – 80 – Andrew McIntyre & Son, brick makers and builders, 1 Titwood place, Strathbungo; works, Moss Side Brickworks, Crossmyloof and Archibald Mclntyre. (of Andrew. Mclntyre & Son), ho. 24 Titwood place, Strathbungo.

1884 – 1885 – Andrew McIntyre & Son, brick makers and builders, 1 Titwood Place, Strathbungo; Works, Moss-Side Brickworks, Crossmyloof.

1887 – 88 – Andrew McIntyre & Son, brick makers and builders, 1 Titwood Place, Strathbungo; Works, Moss Side Brickworks, Crossmyloof.

(Note – SBH -I do believe the ‘son’ referred to above may well be  J McIntyre as per this link.)

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