Old Aberdeen brick kilns, Aberdeen – To be read in conjunction with the Seaton Brick and Tile Co). Nothing is now visible of this brickworks, and its site lies in an area that has been landscaped as a golf course. The works are first depicted on the 1st edition of the OS 6-inch map (Aberdeenshire,…
The exact location of these brickworks appears to be unknown.
Below – 07/07/1802 – Aberdeen Press and Journal – The partnership of the firm Caie and Allan is dissolved – Robert Caie and William Allan. Robert Caie is carrying on the manufacture of bricks, tiles and pavement at the work occupied by his late father for which orders will be received at his shop.
Below – 03/07/1805 – Aberdeen Press and Journal – Robert Caie respectfully intimated that he has established a brickwork immediately North of that of Messrs Mole and Co, where he has now ready for delivery, a quantity of bricks of a quality which he can with confidence recommend …
Below – 03/02/1808 – Aberdeen Press and Journal – Alexander Smith, ironmonger moves from Netherkirkgate to the shop in Castle Street lately possessed by Mr Robert Caie … Alexander Smith continues to receive orders for Peter Nicholl and Company’s Brickwork, Old Aberdeen, as formerly.
(Note — SBH – This may be an alternative spelling of Peter Nicol)