Stanrigg Colliery, Craighall, Springburn, Glasgow 1878 – Black & Sons – Brick and Tile Makers, Stanrigg Brickworks, Airdrie, Lanarkshire. Office 49 Jamaica Street, Glasgow. 1878 -79 – Stanrigg Colliery was managed by Robert Laing. 1882 – William Black & Sons – Brick and Tile Makers, Stanrigg Brickworks, Airdrie, Lanarkshire. Office 49 Jamaica Street, Glasgow. 1903 – …
Whiterig Tileworks, Near Rawyards, Lanarkshire. (Note – SBH – I believe these works were aka Whiterigg Brickworks)
1858 – 1861 – ScotlandsPlaces – Whiterig Brick and Tile Works. These works are the property of Ex Provost Rankin (Andrew Rankin?) now in the occupation of Mr William Black there is a coal pit adjoining connected with these works.
Below – 1859 – Whiterig Brick and Tile Works.
30/09/1876 – Renfrewshire Independent – Accident at Brickfield – A girl 17 years of age, named Letitia O’Neill, in the employment of Messrs Black and Sons at Whiterigg Brickworks, met with a serious accident while engaged at her usual employment as an outdoor worker there. She was assisting to push a waggon of bricks along the siding, when she stumbled and fell before the wheels, which passed over her left leg above the knee, bruising it so fearfully that amputation was rendered necessary.
1886 – William Black and Sons, Whiterigg Brickworks, Airdrie. Office 18 George Square, Glasgow
1896 – William Black and Sons, Whiterigg Brickworks, Airdrie. Office 18 George Square, Glasgow.