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Tolfer George, blacksmith. Market place
Thomson & Co. grocers, High street
Thomson James, confectioner & fruiterer
High street
Thomson John, carter, James street
Thomson Robert, draper, Hamilton street
Thomson William B. solicitor. Chapel street
Train George P. cabinet maker, toy &
fancy dealer, High street
Train John & Sons, drapers & milliners,
High street
Twaddle Robert, blacksmith, Kirkton street
United Collieries Co. Ltd. (The), Milton
Upper Ward of Lanarkshire Fever Hos^
pital (.Miss Scherger, matron), Road'
Valerio Eliadoro, confectioner, Market pi.
& High street
Waddell Thomas, confectioner & baker.
High street
Waddell William, travelling drpr.Renkin st
Walker John, marine engineer, Gowanlee
cottage, Kirk street
Watson John, boot & shoe manufacturer,
currier & leather merchant, Hamilton st
Wat-son Robert, tailor. High street
Weir A. & W. blacksmith;, Hamilton street
Weir James, fruit grower, Gillbank
Weir James, grocer & china, glass &c.
dealer, Hamilton street
Weir Wm. mason &, contractor, Market rd
Weir William, fruit grower,Orchard knowe
Wilson James Jack, sec. & treasurer to
Gas Co
Wilson Janet (Mrs.), grocer & spirit dlr.
Hamilton street
Young & Co. fruiterers & confectioners
Young Herbert Claydon, tailor & clothier,
Chapel street
Young John, stationer, news agent & fancy
goods dealer, High street
Allan Mrs. Agnes, Hillhead
Allison Robert, Hill of Kilncadzow
Barr Andrew, Headmuir
Barr Mrs. Elizabeth, Whiteshaw
Barr William. Bnrnhead
Brownlie Richard, Sandland gate
Cadzow James, Craighead
Cassells Alexander, Mendowhead
Coke David, Craig ends
Cullen William, Coldstream
Forrest Alexander, Gdls
Forrest Mrs. David, Whitehill
Forrest James, Leemuir
Forrest Wtitliam, Gowanside
Frame Robert, Yett, Braidwood
Fraser Robert, Millrigg
Gibb Thomas H. Bowridge
Gilchrist James, Thornicebank
Gilchrist William, Old hill
Hamilton Alexander, Westtown
Hamilton Will'am, Ensterseat
Hamilton Misses M. & A. Gillhead
Hamilton John, Hawlawsykes
Hamilton James Hugh, Wavgatesrawhead
Hamilton William, Taperhill & Shawgill
Henderson Robert, Meadow
Hunter David, Thorn
Marshall William, Knowehead
Martin John, Bentvhillocks & Kingshill
Moffat Robert, Yieldshields
Muir Andrew, Crawfordwalls
Paterson John, Shieldhill
Paterson William, Nellfield
Pettigrew James, Bogside
Prentice Archibald, Belstane
Pringle William, St. Oswald's Chapel
Pringle Samuel. Castle hill
Ramsay John, Wellriggs
Sanderson William, Hole of Kficadzow
Scobbie John, Waterlands
Scott Thomas, Belstane place
Scott William, Mashock mill. Orchard
Scott William, Thornhome
Shields Robert, Tanhill, Muirfoot & Mid-
Smith John, Callagreen
Smith AVilliam, Blythebank
Somerville James, Westquarter
Somerville William, Springfield
Steel Robert, Bishopbents
Stewart Thomas, Westerhouse
Stewart William, Catcraig
Struthers Andrew, East side of Yieldshiels
Struthers Andrew, jun. Yieldshields
Struthers James, Butterhole
Struthers William, Highcross
Taylor Matthew, Stockwell
Templeton William, Moss side
Thomson Adam, Lower Langshaw
Wallace William, Gateside
Weir James, Gillbank
Weir Thomas, Hillhead
Williamson George, Thornmuir
Wilson Alexander, jun. Townhead
Wilson Alexander, sen Drums
Wilson John, B'jrks & Blueknowes
Wilson John & Andrew, Easterlaw
Young James, Coldstream
Gilchrist James, Lanark road
Hutchison Robert Gemmell, St. Ive's cot
tage, Lanark road
McCrindle John, Beanshields house
McDonald John, Berry Hill cottage
McMorran Ebenezer, Lanark road
Stevenson Col. James A.D.C, V.D., J.P.
C.C. Braidwood house
Barr William, timber merchant & saw
mill owner
Forrest William & David, fruit & tomato
Forrest Mary (Miss), draper
Gray John Allan, tomato grower, Lanark rd
Hastie Robert, householder, Hillhead cot-
tage, Lanark road
Hutchison Robert Gemmell, artist, St.
Ive's cottage, Lanark road
Lawson James, spirit dealer
Lawson John F. Station inn
McDonald John, brick & drain pipe manu-
facturer, Meadow brick works
Martin James & Sons, saw mill owners &
wood merchants
Minto George, blacksmith
Morton Robert, tomato grower
Nellfield Saw Mills; offices, Kirkton st.
Nellfield Brick & Tile Co. brick & tile
manufacturers, blue brick & terra cotta
Petrie Sarah Ann (Mrs.), grocer & spirit dlr
Pringle William, fruit grower, St. Os-
wald's Chapel
Rankin Robert, tomato grower, Lanark rd
Rodger Alexander, tomato grower
Thomson James, manager, Nellfield Brick
& Tile Co
Walker Christina (Mrs.), grocer, & post-
Wilson George, grocer
CAEHICHAEL is an agricultural
parish in the .Middle ward, and in the small
debt court district of Lanark, with stations
at Sandilands and Ponfeigh on the CarstaSrs
and Lanark section of the Caledonian rail-
way, and is 4 miles west from Thankerton
station on the Carstairs and Peebles section
of the same 15ne, and 4 south of Lanark.
The parish is bounded on the east by
Covington and Pettinain parishes, south by
Weston and Douglas parishes, and north-
west by the Douglas water and river Clyde,
where there is excellent fishing. CarmScliael
House is the seat of Sir Windham Robert
Carmichael Anstruther bart. D.L. The
principal landowners are the Earl of Home
K.T., A.D.C, Y.D. Sir W. R. C. An
struther bart. and Mrs. Thomson-Carmi
chael, of Eastend, Thankerton. Acreage
of the parish 11,326 ; rateable value,
£10,03G; population in 1891, 593 and in
1901, 1,198.
Post Office, Carmichael House, Drumalbin;
Mrs. Jane Ferguson, sub-postmistress.
Postal orders are issued here, but not paid
Postal Arrangements — A runner leaves
Thankerton at 6 a.m. going by Eastend,
Stonehill, & returning at 2.30 p.m. by
Carmichael House & Eastend. For west
end of parish a letter bag is conveyed
by ratil between Lanark and Sandilands
station, & runner leaves Sandilands 8.40
a.m. by Prettsmill, Thorayhills & Dyke;
dispatched, 4 p.m. Money order office at
Thankerton; telegraph office at Lanark
Chafirman, James Weir
Clerk, W. Cadzow, Thorny hills
Registrar of Births &c. John Ferguson
Inspector & Collector, William Cadzow,
Session Clerk, William Adamson
Parish Church, Rev. James D. W. Gibson
M.A., B.D
Chairman, Sir Windham Robert Carmichael
Anstruther bart. D.L
Clerk, Treasurer & Officer, Rev. James D.
W. Gibson M.A., B.D
Board School, James Aitken, master
Railway Stations.
Ponfeigh, William Scott, station master
Sandilands, John Ferguson, station master
Anstruther Sir Windham Robert Carmichael
bart. D.L. Carmfichael house (postal ad-
dress, Carmichael, Thankerton, N.B)
Gibson Rev. Jas, D. W., M.A., B.D. (Estab>
Thomson-Carmichael Michael
Adamson William, sessions clerk
Aitken James, master of board school
Carmichael Agricultural Society (William
Adamson, sec)
Clarkson James, seed merchant & miller,
Cuthbertson James, blacksmith
Ferguson John, registrar of births, deaths.
& marriages
Frood William, miller, Carmichael mill
Kerr Alexander, blacksmith, Drumalbin
Stewart Daniel, blacksmith
Swan Hugh, carpenter & joiner, Drumalbid
Adamson William, Harley holm
Baxter John, Woodlands
Brown Ebenezer, New-side
Cadzow William, Thornvhills
Clark James & Davtid, 'Stonehill
Clarkson James, Prettsmill
Couper Ellison, Howford
Frood William, Glencosie & Carmichael mJ
Frood William, Mill moor
Gallowav James, Svde & Holehouse
Gilbert William, Shaws
Gray James, Ponfeigh
Jackson Lawrence, Crossridge
Lamb Alexander, Crookboat
Lehore John, Holm farm, Lochlyoch
Meikle James, Netherton
Paterson George R. Drumalbin
Plenderleith Thomas, Bowhouse
Tennant Thomas & James, Dyke & Blenki&
Tennant John, Ponfeigh place
Watson David, Mansefield
Weir James, Sandilands & Burnhouse
Weir John & Thomas, Townhead, Ponfeigh
CAKMtTNNOCK is a parish, 2 miles
north-east from Busby station on the Glas-
gow and East Kilbride section of the Cale-
donian railway, in the Lower ward, small
debt court district of Glasgow, on the*
north-western confines of the county, and;
on the east bank of the White Cart river,
with Kilbride on the south, Cambuslang on
the east, Cathcart on the west, and Ruther-
glen on the north, and is 4 miles in lengthr
by 3 in breadth. On the estate of Castle-
milk are the remains of a Roman military-
road ; and many tumuli have been met
with, some of which have been opened and
found to contain human bones and weapons.
Castlemilk is the seat of Willtiam Crawfurd-
Stirling- Stuart esq. D.L. who is the princi-
pal landowner. Acreage, 3,472 ; rateable
value, £8,240 ; population in 1891 was
03, and in 1901, G82.
Post & Telegraph Office, Carmunnock ; Miss-
Agnes Wilson, sub-postmistresa. Letters
received through Glasgow. Deliveries, 9*
a.m. & 7 p.m.; dispatches, 11.30 a.m. &
4.55 & 7.30 p.m. Postal orders are issuer?
here & paid. The nearest M. O. office is-.
at Busby, about 2 miles distant
Clerk, William Fleming
Registrar of Births, Deaths &c.Wm.Fleming-
Inspector of Poor & Clerk to Heritors
Established Church, Carmunnock, Rev_
George G. Gillon M.A
Glason Church (ministers various)
School Board, William Fleming, clerk
Board School, Alexander Rankin, master
Armour Mrs. Waterside
Blackburn Mrs
Brown Alexander, The Craigs
Dempster John, Craigmiln
Dickson Mrs. Castle hill
Gillon Rev. George G., M.A. (Established)^
The Manse
Gordon George, Linnbrae
Graham Patrick, Kittockside
Johnston James G. Craig lodge
Liggat Miss, The Hut
McNeir John, Woodbie
Millar John, Fernhill, Cathkin
Stirling-Stuart William Crawfurd- D.L-
Warnock Arthur, Bank head
Watt Alexander. Carnbooth
Whyte Robert, Trestermyre
Oamphel! Robert, spirit dealer
Connell Matthew, blacksmith

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