Wishaw Collieries & Brickworks, Wishaw, North Lanarkshire

Wishaw Collieries & Brickworks and Broxburn Shale Oil, Coal & Brickworks.



Below – 29/11/1844 – Glasgow Herald – Tile and brick works to let, Wishaw Estate.

Below – 24/12/1849 – Glasgow Herald – James Ferguson acting as an agent for the Wishaw Tile and Brick Works plus details on some products being manufactured.

Below – 23/04/1855 – Glasgow Herald – Wishaw coal and fire brick – Robert Bell. James Smith salesman.

Below – 10/12/1858 – Robert Bell, Wishaw Colliery Fire Brick Works.

1858 – 59 – Robert Bell, Fire brickmaker. Works, Wishaw. Office, 13 Dixon Street. House – Wishaw. (Page50).

02/01/1863 – Glasgow Herald – Glasgow Royal Infirmary receive a donation from Archibald Russell, Wishaw Collieries and Brick Works – £13 5s 9d.

1866 – 1867 – Robert Bell  – Coalmaster and brickmaker. Broxburn Shale Oil Works and Brickworks. Depot Gushetfaulds. Office 6 Dixon Street. Works, Wishaw and Broxburn. Residence Broxburn Lodge, Broxburn.

28/11/1868 – Hamilton Advertiser – Sudden death. On Monday 23rd, a man whose name is supposed to be John Russell, a labourer, belonging to Gloucestershire, but having no fixed residence, died very suddenly in Bell’s Brickwork, near Wishaw. The deceased has frequented the brickwork for the last three weeks, and on Sunday complained of being unwell. Mr Quinten, the manager, gave the poor man some bread and tea which he ate greedily; and again on Monday, on partaking of more food given him, he grew suddenly worse and expired about midday. The body of the deceased was removed to the old Orphan House and will be interred by the parochial authorities.

Below – 24/07/1877 – Wishaw Collieries & Brickworks and Broxburn Shale Oil, Coal & Brickworks headed paper. Robert Bell.

Robert Bell Wishaw Collieries & Brick Works (455x539)

1878 – Robert Bell – Brickmaker (Composite) Broxburn and Wishaw. Office 97 Buchannan Street, Glasgow.

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