Netherfield Brickworks, Duke Street, Glasgow

Netherfield Brickworks, Duke Street, Glasgow. (Note – SBH – A Robert Johnston operated the Craigton Brickworks and the Netherfield Brickworks around the same time – were they one of the same person)?

1849 – 1850 – Robert Johnston, brickmaker and builder, 12 Canning Street, Greenhead. Works, Netherfield.

Below – 02/03/1849 – Glasgow Herald – Netherfield Clayfield, Duke Street, Glasgow for lease – Opposite Carntyne Toll Bar. Mr Simson, proprietor.

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Below – 09/03/1849 – Glasgow Herald –  Brickmakers utensils for sale at the Westmost Brickfield at Netherfield, East End of Duke Street near Carntyne Toll Bar … (Note – SBH – This infers there was more than one brickfield in operation. So does that mean more than 1 operator?).

1850 – 1851 – Robert Johnston, brickmaker and builder, 12 Canning Street, Greenhead. Works, Netherfield.

Below – 22/12/1854 – Glasgow Herald – 300,000 bricks for sale at the Netherfield Brickfield belonging to the sequestrated estate of James B Barclay & Co, Slaters, Glasgow

Below – 09/12/1856 – The Glasgow Herald – Netherfield Clayfield, Duke Street, Glasgow for lease – Opposite Carntyne Toll Bar.

Below – 14/01/1857 – Glasgow Herald – Netherfield Clayfield for let.

Below – 31/08/1857 – Glasgow Herald – The lands of Netherfield for sale including  2 1/2 acres of excellent brick clay.

Below – 25/02/1859 – Glasgow Herald – Netherfield Brickworks, Carntyne Toll, Duke Street, Glasgow plus stock for sale.

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1875 – 1876 – J Laird & Co, brickmakers, Netherfield Brickworks, 780 Duke Street; House, 354 do and John Laird (of  J Laird & Co ) House Norwood, Pollokshields.

1875 – 1876 – J Laird & Co, brickmakers, 780 Duke Street, Glasgow.

19/01/1876 – New bricks for sale – About 800,000 machine made bricks for sale in one or more lots. Apply Jas Laird, 20 Dunlop Street, Glasgow. (Connected?)

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