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Thomas Ivory

Georg Gardiner The following 20 pages are blank The following pages have been re-numbered in pencil at the top of each page
Page 1
At Dundee the fourteenth day of February in the year One thousand eight hundred and twenty five.

Which day John Davidson merchant Dundee husband of Helen McLagan daughter of he deceased Alexander McLagan Saddler in Dundee was admitted ad received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said John Davidson and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said John Davidson having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form signs these presents along with the Deacon. And of instructing that the said John Davidson has been admitted a free man or Burgess of Dundee he produced his Burgess Ticket written on a proper stamp as required by Law under the hand of Thomas Davidson.

John Davidson

Willm Murray


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At Dundee the fourteenth day of February in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty five

William Murray Deacon and William Young Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of said Burgh

Which day William Marshall Grocer in Dundee husband of Catherine Middleton daughter of Abraham Middleton Plumber in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said William Marshall and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said William Marshall having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form signs these presents along with the Deacon. And of instructing that the said William Marshall has been admitted a free man or Burgess of Dundee he produced his Burgess Ticket written on a proper stamp as required by Law under the hand of Thomas Davidson.

Will Marshall

Willm Murray
Page 3
At Dundee the fourteenth day of February in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty five

William Murray Deacon and William Young Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of said Burgh

Which day William Jamie lawful son of John Jamie Blacksmith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said William Jamie and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said William Jamie having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form signs these presents along with the Deacon. And of instructing that the said William Jamie has been admitted a free man or Burgess of Dundee he produced his Burgess Ticket written on a proper stamp as required by Law under the hand of William Barrie.

William Jamie

Willm Murray
Page 4
At Dundee the fourteenth day of February in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty five

George Gardiner Deacon and William Constable Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of said Burgh


Which day Charles Ross Watson Plumber in Dundee lawful son of John Watson Tinplate worker in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Plumber both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Charles Ross Watson and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Plumber allenarly. And the said Charles Ross Watson having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form signs these presents along with the Deacon. And of instructing that the said Charles Ross Watson has been admitted a free man or Burgess of Dundee he produced his Burgess Ticket written on a proper stamp as required by Law under the hand of William Barrie.

Charles Watson

Geo Gardiner
Page 5
At Dundee the sixteenth day of September in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine years

William Young Deacon and John McIntosh Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of said Burgh


Which day James Lydgate Blacksmith in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said James Lydgate and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said James Lydgate having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form signs these presents along with the Deacon. And of instructing that the said James Lydgate has been admitted a free man or Burgess of Dundee he produced his Burgess Ticket written on a proper stamp as required by Law under the hand of William Barrie.

Jn Lydgate

Will Young
Page 6
At Dundee the twenty fourth day of September in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine years

William Young Deacon and John McIntosh Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of said Burgh


Which day James Miller Smith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master and Member of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said James Miller and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said James Miller having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form signs these presents along with the Deacon. And of instructing that the said James Miller has been admitted a free man or Burgess of Dundee he will produce his Burgess Ticket under the hand of Christopher Kerr town Clerk bearing that the said James Miller had been admitted a Burgess and that an act or record written on a stamped paper denoting a duty of Three pounds on his doing which the Clerk is authorised to give an extract or Certificate of his admission.

James Miller

Will Young
Dundee 16 Sept 1830

A Burgess Ticket produced this day by James Millar under the hands of Christopher Kerr Esqr. Town Clerk and a Certificate or contract of the above admission thereupon granted by

James Thow Town Clerk
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At Dundee the thirtieth day of May in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty three years

James Lawson present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee


Which day John Lindsay Plumber Dundee was admitted and received a free Master and Member of the said Hammerman Trade as a Plumber both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said John Lindsay and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Plumber allenarly. And the said John Lindsay having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form signs these presents along with the Deacon. And of instructing that the said John Lindsay has been admitted a free man or Burgess of Dundee he produced his Burgess Ticket or a Certificate of his admission as a Burgess under the hand of Christopher Kerr Town Clerk bearing that an act or record of his admission written on a stamped paper denoting a duty of Three pounds Sterling.

John Lindsay

Jas Lawson Deacon
Extract given W Lindsay on back of Burgess Ticket.

T. T.
Page 8


At Dundee the ninth day of September eighteen hundred and thirty three years

James Lawson present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee


Which day Alexander Lawson Ironmonger Dundee was admitted and received a free Master and Member of the said Hammerman Trade as a Tinsmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Alexander Lawson and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Tinsmith allenarly. And the said Alexander Lawson having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon. And for instructing that the said Alexander Lawson has been admitted a free man or Burgess of Dundee he produced his Burgess Ticket or a Certificate of his admission as a Burgess under the hand of Christopher Kerr Town Clerk bearing that an act or record of his admission written on a proper paper a required by Law

Alex Lawson

Jas Lawson Deacon
Page 9
At Dundee the twenty sixth day of September eighteen hundred and thirty three

James Lawson present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee


Which day John Cuthbert Coachbuilder Dundee was admitted and received a free Master and Member of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said John Cuthbert and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said John Cuthbert having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon & Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said John Cuthbert an extract on the proper stamp.

John Cuthbert

Jas Lawson Deacon
1 Jany 1839 Extract given on back of Burgess Ticket

Wm Stephen Clk


Dundee 16th Decr 1834

Examined the entries in Book. But seven entries by Deacons Certificate

Alexr Lawson Convener
Page 10
At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee


Which day James Moon presently residing at Newtyle was admitted and received a free Master and Member of the said Hammerman Trade as a Saddler both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said James Moon and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Saddler allenarly. And the said James Moon having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said James Moon an extract on the proper stamp he having previously recognised as a Member.

James Moon

John Arklay Deacon
Page 11

At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Joseph Jamieson Brassfounder Dundee was admitted and received a free Master and Member of the said Hammerman Trade as a Brassfounder both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Joseph Jamieson and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Brassfounder allenarly. And the said Joseph Jamieson having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said Joseph Jamieson an extract on the proper stamp he having previously recognised as a Member.

Jos Jameson

John Arklay Deacon


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At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Joseph Lyon Saddler Dundee was admitted and received a free Master and Member of the said Hammerman Trade as a Saddler both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Joseph Lyon and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Saddler allenarly. And the said having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said Joseph Lyon an extract on the proper stamp he having previously recognised as a Member.

Joseph Lyon

John Arklay Deacon
Page 13
At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Peter Gibson Blacksmith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master and Member of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Peter Gibson and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said Peter Gibson having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said Peter Gibson an extract on the proper stamp he having previously recognised as a Member.

Peter Gibson

John Arklay Deacon
Page 14
At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day William Umpherston Machine Maker son in law to William Braid Duntrune was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said William Umpherston and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said William Umpherston having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said William Umpherston an extract on the proper stamp he having previously recognised as a Member.

William Umpherston

John Arklay Deacon
Page 15
At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day William Aitken Blacksmith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said William Aitken and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said William Aitken having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said William Aitken an extract on the proper stamp he having previously recognised as a Member.

William Aitken

John Arklay Deacon
Page 16
At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day John Batchelor Copper Smith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Copper Smith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said John Batchelor and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Copper Smith allenarly. And the said John Batchelor having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said William Aitken an extract on the proper stamp he having previously recognised as a Member.

John Batchelor

John Aitken
Page 17

At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Thomas Cuthbert Coachbuilder Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Thomas Cuthbert and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said Thomas Cuthbert having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said Thomas Cuthbert an extract on the proper stamp he having previously recognised as a Member.

Thomas Cuthbert

John Arklay Deacon


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At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day John Austen Jeweller Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Jeweller both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said John Austen and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Jeweller allenarly. And the said John Austen having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said John Austen an extract on the proper stamp.

John Austen

Thomas Cuthbert
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At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day William Kilgour Saddler Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Saddler both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Saddler allenarly. And the said John Austen having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said John Austen an extract on the proper stamp. He having been previously recognised as a Member.

William Kilgour

John Arklay Deacon
Page 20
At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day George Luke Tinsmith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Tinsmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Tinsmith allenarly. And the said George Luke having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said George Luke an extract on the proper stamp. He having been previously recognised as a Member.

Geo Luke


John Arklay Deacon
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At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day George Murdoch Plumber Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Plumber both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Plumber allenarly. And the said George Murdoch having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said John Murdoch an extract on the proper stamp. He having been previously recognised as a Member.

John Murdoch

John Arklay Deacon
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At Dundee the eleventh day of August eighteen hundred and thirty six

John Arklay present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day John Justice lawful son of John Justice Blacksmith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said and his foresaid shall not be a liberty by his present entry to do any work belonging to any of the other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belong to or is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said John Justice having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon and the Clerk was instructed to deliver to the said John Justice an extract on the proper stamp.


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