28/06/1849 – Inverness Courier – Application for Cessio bonorum (Scottish law – a legal process whereby a debtor may escape imprisonment if he surrenders all his means and is innocent of fraud) Walter Tweedie, brick and tile maker, Marlehall residing at Bridge of Earn, present prisoner in the County Prison, Perth. Below – 1864 – Strathord…
Strathord Tile Works, Stanley, Perthshire aka Marlehall Tile Work.
04/01/1849 – Perthshire advertiser – The tide of thorough-draining is beginning set in, in right earnest this quarter. The tile-works Strathord are in full working condition; houses for the work-people are contracted for; and farmers are making arrangements for spring operations. Altogether, there is a bestirring for agricultural improvement, which is no longer a matter of choice, but of actual and urgent necessity. 01/01/1849
Below – 04/09/1851 – Perthshire Advertiser – Marlehall Tile Work on the Strathord Estate for sale plus a large quantity of drain pipes and collars.
06/01/1896 – Death – At Strathord Tile Work, Stanley on the 3rd inst, William Watson aged 79. Funeral on Wednesday 8th inst at 2pm to Redgorton Churchyard. All friends invited.
23/01/1934 – Eggs.—W. Wyandottes, R.I. Reds, large egg strains, 6s per dozen. Apply Mrs Kilgour, Tileworks, Strathord. (Note – SBH – As the tile works are marked as disused on the 1896 map, the reference to Tile works, Strathord here may only be as a postal address to premises situated on the old site).