Cairneyhill Valuation Roll 1865

Dear blog reader

Welcome to the second part in a series, a list of the people, with occupation where known, who were connected with Cairneyhill in 1865.

In 1865, there were 65 people listed with 27 occupations included, 22 weavers, 1 smithy, 1 joiner, 2 wrights and 1 Church minister.

This compares with 66 people listed in 1855 with 4 occupations included, 3 weavers and 1 blacksmith.

Hopefully those of you with ancestors from Cairneyhill will find this list useful.


Robert Anderson
Mrs Henry Arnott
James Bauld [Bald?}, loomshop
David Bell
Andrew Blair, loomshop
George Bowie
John Bruce, loomshop
James Calderwood
John Calderwood
John Clark
Robert Cose
Francis Crombie
Janet Cuddie or Manclark, loomshop
David Cunningham, loomshop
Henry Deas
John Downie, loomshop
William Drysdale
John Duncanson, smithy
Agnes Duncanson
Mrs Thomas Duncanson
Francis Duncanson, loomshop
Archibald Duncanson
William Duncanson
Thomas Duncanson
William Erskine
Robert Erskine, wright’s shop
William Finlayson
Henry Fotheringham
John Gilmour, loomshop
Miss Anne Hempseed
Alexander Hodge, loomshop
Isabella Hodge, loomshop
Thomas Hodge
Mrs William Hodge, loomshop
Mrs Robert Howieson
Robert Kirk Esquire
John May
Peter Mitchell
Reverend John More, manse
James Morris, loomshop
Alexander Morris
William Morris, loomshop
Robert Paterson
George Paterson, loomshop
Mrs Catherine Paton, loomshop
Widow Philp
Robert Philp, loomshop
Henry Reid, loomshop
Thomas Reid, loomshop
John Reid, loomshop
Mary Rennie
Charles Robertson, joiner’s shop
James Smeaton
William Spottiswood
James Thomson
John Thomson
Miss Isabella Thomson
William Tod
Alexander Walls, wright’s shop
Margaret Wightman
Thomas Wilson, loomshop
Mrs Isabel Wilson, loomshop
William Wilson, loomshop
George Young
Alexander Young

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