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Thomson, Lockhart & Co.

Constitution Copartnership
Date of Incorporation c.1866
Date of Dissolution 1874
Office 27 Hope St. Glasgow
Oil works Riggend Chemical Works

Slater's Royal National Trade Directory of 1868 lists, "Thomson, Lockhart & Co. mineral oil manufacturers, 27 Hope St. and Riggend Chemical Works, Airdrie." A sale notice for the Riggend Chemical Works, printed in the Scotsman of 7th February 1868 indicates that details could be obtained from Thomas Lockhart, Drumgelloch Lodge, Airdrie, or 27, Hope St., Glasgow.

27 Hope St. is listed in the 1867 Glasgow Post Office directory as the office of Robert Lockhart jun. & Co., seed crushers, oil, and commission agents, with an oil mill at 5, Washington St.





At Monkwearmouth Church, Sunderland, on the 9th instant, by the Rev. Shafto Orde, Thomas Lockhart, jun., Riggend Chemical Works, Alrdrie, to Grace Somerville, youngest daughter of John Lang, MRCSE, Hylton.

The Glasgow Herald, 11th August 1866


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