Found at the Gartliston Works Glenboig. Note the shortened ‘R’ Garnqueen Fireclay Works, Glenboig, Lanarkshire Alternative brickworks include: Gartliston Fireclay Works, Glenboig, Lanarkshire. Building bricks at Garscadden Works, Drumchapel.
P & M Hurll, Gartliston and Garnqueen Works, Glenboig
22/11/1850 – Durham Chronicle – The Scotch pig iron trade – Following a meeting a committee was appointed to communicate with and invite the co-operation of all interested parties – among those elected – Reichmann.
16/01/1858 – Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette – Scotch Partnership dissolved – 01/01/1858 – D.G Bunge and Diedrich Reichman, Commission Merchants, Glasgow 31sr Dec. Debts by Reichmann
07/01/1861 – Newcastle Journal – Partnerships dissolved. Reichmann & Co, Glasgow and Middlesborough – on – Tees, Iron Merchants; as far as regards A. MacEwan
1870 -1871 – DUVOISIN, A. (at Reichman & Co.’s), house, 7 Walworth terrace, Kent road, Glasgow.
1872 – 1873 – DUVOISIN, A. (at Reichman & Co.’s), house, 7 Walworth terrace, Kent road, Glasgow.
1875 – 1876 – Reichman & Co. (successors)(?), 49 West George street, Glasgow
18/03/1880 – Daily Gazette for Middlesborough – Middlesborough exports – March 17th – Ayresome & Simmonds, Boulogne, 500 tons pig iron, Reichman & Co.
1896 – Roemmele, C.H. (of Reichmann & Co., iron & steel merchants & brokers, coal exporters, 22 Royal Exchange Square)
1897 – Reichman & Co, Iron Master, 22 Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow
Duvoisin and Reichman are 2 foreign names in Glasgow but 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 appears to be of Swiss origins. He was employed by Peter and Mark Hurll
1878 – 79 – DUVOISIN, Emile, 49 West George street. Eadie, James (of James Eadie & Sons), residence,
James Eadie – Iron and steel tube makers for mines etc
1880 – 81 – DUVOISIN E., iron and commission merchant, 58 Renfield street; ho. 4 Windsor terrace.
1882 – 83 – DUVOISIN E., iron merchant and broker, 58 Renfield street ; ho. 27 Windsor terrace.
24/11/1892 – 21,401 .Carriage windows closing, E. F. Duvoisin, Glasgow. A reference in “The Engineer” regarding a patent
1886 – 87 – Duvoisin, E. Iron merchant 79 West George st
08/08/1895 – Northern Echo – Reichmann & Co, Glasgow – donated £2 to the Warrenby Explosion Relief Fund
1897 – 98 – DUVOISIN, Emile (of Peter and Mark Hurll) ; ho. The Moorings, Milngavie.
1902 – 03 – DUVOISIN, Emile (of Peter and Mark Hurll), 144 West Regent street ; house, 21 St. Andrew’s dr.
1903 – DUVOISIN, Emile (of Peter and Mark Hurll), 144 West Regent street ; house, 21 St. Andrew’s dr
1904 – 05 – DUVOISIN, Emile (of Peter and Mark Hurll), 144 West Regent street; house, 205 Nithsdale road.
1907 – Duvoisin Emile – Fire Brickmaker – see Hurll Peter & Mark
1917 – 18 – Duvoisin, Emile (of Peter and Mark Hurll, Ltd.), 144 West Regent street; ho.,Cairnbank, Bearsden.
1923 – 24 – Duvoisin, Emile (of Peter and Mark Hurll, Ltd.), 144 West Recent street; ho., 4 Kensington gate.
06/12/1930 – Dundee Courier – New Scottish Company – Reichmann & Co Ltd. Private Company to acquire the business of dealer in and exporter of pig iron, fire bricks and fire clay carried on by Robert Alexander Wilson at 78 St Vincent Street, Glasgow and elsewhere under the style of Reichman & Co. Capital £16,000 in 400 A preference £1 shares, 2000 B preference £1 shares and 10,000 ordinary £1 shares.
1930 – 31 – Duvoisin, Emile (of Peter and Mark Hurll, Ltd.), 144 West Regent street C.2; ho., 4 Kensington gate W.2.
28/04/1937 – DUVOISIN. — Deaths – On April 28, at Glasgow, Francois Emil Duvoisin, father of Marguerite S. Morgan and grandfather of John, 95 Stanley street, Nedlands. – appeared in the West Australian Perth Newspaper
Below – Glenboig and Annathill WW1 memorial John Duvoisin – John appears to have been missed from the original list and added to the end.
Name: DUVOISIN, JOHN HURLL
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
In the 1882 Scottish census Emile Duvoisin, from Switzerland, was an iron merchant living at 27 Windsor Terr., Glasgow.
By 1891 we have Emile Davaisin (this is an ancestry transcription) married to Sarah with son John, living at 6 Broomhill Ave., Glasgow.
It is likely that Sarah was a member of the Hurll family hence the inclusion of her maiden name as a middle name for her son, John