Tales Of Kirrie Toon

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Other Streets & Places

OTHER OLDER KIRRIE STREETS & PLACES

This is not a full listing, it excludes most weavers, shoemakers, grocers, manufacturers, tailors, feuars, etc. Place descriptions drawn from D Orr’s Streets & Placenames book


BELLIE’S BRAE

In 1878 George Ballharrie, joiner & wright

In 1878 Isabella Anderson, shopkeeper & dealer in sundries, William Lowson, tinsmith


COLIN’S CLOSE

Catherine Wood, milliner & dressmaker


EAST TOWNEND Reid, p318, discusses whether this had been St Mary St, and eventually became part of Bank Street

In 1846 John Alexander, grocer & spirit dealer, Robert Alexander, quarrier, David Edward, carrier


GARDENER’S CLOSE former name of Bank Lane

In 1846 William Smith, carrier, Thomas Wilkie, vintner,


JAMIESON’S CLOSE

In 1846 William James, tailor, James Lindsay, grocer, William Whitburn, painter

In 1878 Mary Ann Lindsay, milliner & dressmaker


KIRK WYND

In 1846 James David, flesher, Alexander Findlay, shoemaker, George Fyfe, carrier, the Misses Grant, milliners, James Hogg, teacher of South Free Church School, George Rattray, dyer, Alexander Young, sheriff officer, David Lindsay, letter carrier

In 1878 James Stewart, blacksmith, Ann Moncrief, milliner & dressmaker, David George, tailor1


LINDSAY’S CLOSE now known as Cumberland Close

In 1846 Charles Stewart, slater, John Webster, mason


MARYWELL BRAE

In 1846 John Hood, carrier


OGILVIE’S CLOSE

In 1846 David George, vintner,


PIERHEAD

In 1878, Pierhead Brewery, Henry Robertson

In 1846 David Milne, wright, Miss Mitchell, milliner, James Watson, mason, Mrs Webster, milliner, Thomas Winter, sawyer, William Christie, superintendent of police


REFORM STREET formerly named St Malcolm’s Wynd & Back Wynd

In 1878 Alexander Welsh, blacksmith, David McWattie, painter & paperhanger, George Munro,

BACK WYND

In 1846 David Fyfe, weaver, James Guild, weaver, James Sandeman, blacksmith

In 1868 Isabella Wilkie, capmaker

plasterer, George Webster, cooper

ST MALCOLM’S WYND

In 1846 William Findlay, weaver, John Gordon, shoemaker, William McNicol, cattle dealer, James Samson, wright


ROGER’S CLOSE

In 1846 George Milne, town officer [see Town Drummers], Mrs Souter, vintner

In 1878 Alexander Adams, plumber & gasfitter, James Walker, Buffalo Inn, public house


SCHOOL WYND

In 1878 John Wallace, blacksmith, Ann Kerr, shopkeeper & dealer in sundries


SOUTH TOWNEND

In 1846 John Fleming, currier, James Stewart, blacksmith, William Stiven, gas manager, Mrs Taylor, vintner, Frederick Walsh, brewer


ST COLM’S CLOSE also known as The Big Close

In 1846, Joseph Robb, manufacturer


TANNAGE BRAE

In 1846 Charles James Milne, surgeon

In 1878 David Burnett, tanner & currier


CROFTHEAD off Tannage Brae

In 1846 Dave Baxter senior, leather merchant, and David Baxter junior, tanner and leather merchant, John Low, barber, David McDonald, baker, David [Janzie?], tailor

In 1878 William Edgar, coal & lime merchant


TENEMENTS on Brechin Road

In 1878 James Cameron, shopkeeper & dealer in sundries


THORTER ROW now part of public carpark off the Glengate

In 1846, George Aird, quarrier, Robert Anderson, hawker

In 1878 David James, joiner & wright

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