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Page 47
At Dundee the thirteenth day of November Eighteen hundred and forty two years

George Sutherland present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day George Duncan Esquire Member of Parliament for the Burgh of Dundee was admitted and received an Honorary Member as a Blacksmith, Goldsmith, Jeweller, Clock Maker, Gunsmith, Sword Slipper, Cutler, Locksmith, Farrier, Sadler, Lorimer, Brass founder, Plumber, Pewterer, Coppersmith, White Iron Smith, Guard Maker and Potter in the said Hammerman Trade during his Lifetime with all the privileges and immunities thereto belonging. And in Testimony whereof Mr Duncan has subscribed this entry in the Trades Locket Book along with the Deacon.

Geo Duncan

George Sutherland Deacon
Dundee 21 Decemr 1842.

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court seven entries.

John Cuthbert
Page 48
At Dundee the twenty third day of December Eighteen hundred and forty two years

George Sutherland present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Robert Brown Shipbuilder 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. It being hereby declared that the said Robert Brown 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 Robert Brown 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 Robert Brown an extract on the proper stamp.

Robt Brown

George Sutherland Deacon
Page 49
At Dundee the twentieth day of March Eighteen hundred and forty three years

George Sutherland present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Andrew Hynd Tin smith in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a White Iron Smith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said Andrew Hynd Tin 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 White Iron Smith allenarly. And the said Andrew Hynd 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 Andrew Hynd an extract on the proper stamp.

Andw Hynd

George Sutherland Deacon
Dundee 15 Decr 1843

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court no Entry

George Sutherland Convener
Page 50
At Dundee the twentieth day of March Eighteen hundred and forty three years

James Murray present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Peter Whytock Watch Maker in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Watch Maker both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said Peter Whytock 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 Watch Maker allenarly. And the said Peter Whytock in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the 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 Whytock an extract on the proper stamp.

Peter Whytock

Jas Murray Deacon
Page 51
At Dundee the second day of July Eighteen hundred and forty four

John Millar present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Alexander Stephen Shipbuilder 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. It being hereby declared that the said Alex Stephen 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 Alexander Stephen in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the 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 Alexander Stephen an extract on the proper stamp.

Al Stephen

Jo Murray Deacon
Page 52
At Dundee the ninth day of September in the year Eighteen hundred and forty four

James Murray present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day John Campbell Saddler in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Saddler both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said John Campbell 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 Alexander Stephen in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the 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 Campbell an extract on the proper stamp.

John Campbell

Jas Murray Deacon
Page 53
Dundee 4 Decr 1844.

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court. Three Entries since last Meeting.

George Sutherland Convener
9 Decr 1846.

Examined in presence of the Fund Court. No entries.

John Mitchell Convener
At Dundee the twenty eight day of January Eighteen hundred and forty seven years

George Hall Nicoll present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade.

Which day David Lawson White Iron Smith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a White Iron Smith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said id Lawson l 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 White Iron Smith allenarly. And the said David Lawson in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the 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 David Lawson an extract on the proper stamp.

David Lawson

G H Nicoll Deacon
Page 54
At Dundee the twenty eight day of January Eighteen hundred and forty seven

George Hall Nicoll present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade.

Which day John Murdoch Junior 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. It being hereby declared that the said John Murdoch Junior 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 Murdoch Junior in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the 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 Junior an extract on the proper stamp.

John Murdoch Junr

G H Nicoll Deacon
Page 55
At Dundee the first day of February Eighteen hundred and forty seven

George Hall Nicoll present Deacon and James Cowan Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade.

Which day Robert Whitson Farquharson Watchmaker Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Watchmaker both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said Robert Whitson Farquharson 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 Watchmaker allenarly. And the said Robert Whitson Farquharson in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the 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 Robert Whitson Farquharson an extract on the proper stamp.

Robt W Farquharson

G H Nicoll Deacon
Page 56

At Dundee the tenth day of May Eighteen hundred and forty seven

George Hall Nicoll present Deacon and James Cowan Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade.

Which day William Bisset Junior Saddler was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Saddler both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said William Bisset Junior 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 William Bisset Junior in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the 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 Bisset Junior an extract on the proper stamp.

W Bisset

G H Nicoll


Page 57
At Dundee the nineteenth day of July Eighteen hundred and forty seven years

George Hall Nicoll present Deacon and James Cowan Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade.

Which day David Lawson Junior White Iron Smith was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a White Iron Smith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said David Lawson Junior 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 White Iron Smith allenarly. And the said David Lawson Junior in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the 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 David Lawson Junior an extract on the proper stamp.

David Lawson Junr

G H Nicoll
Page 28
At Dundee the (blank) day of (blank) Eighteen hundred and forty seven

George Hall Nicoll present Deacon and James Cowan Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade.

Which day John Whytock Watch maker Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Watch maker both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said John Whytock 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 Watch maker allenarly. And the said John Whytock in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the 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 Whytock an extract on the proper stamp.

John Whytock

G H Nicoll Deacon
Dundee 8 Decr 1847.

Exd in presence of the General Fund Court, six entries.

James Spankie Convener
Dundee 6th Decr 1848

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries.

James Spankie Convener
Page 59
Dundee 4 Decr 1850

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

Wm Morris Convr
Dundee 3 Decr 1851

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries

Wm Morris Convr
Dundee 1 Decr 1852

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries

Peter Gibson Convr
Dundee 7 Decr 1853

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

George Butchart Convr
Dundee 6 Decr 1854

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

George Butchart Convr
Dundee 5 Decr 1855

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

David Hume Cr
Dundee 5 Decr 1856

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

David Hume Cr
Dundee 2 Decr 1857

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

John L Kay Convener
Page 60
Dundee 1 Decr 1858

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

John L Kay Convener
Dundee 7 Decr 1859

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

Charles D Chalmers Convener
Dundee 7 Decr 1860

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

Charles D Chalmers Convener
Dundee 7 Decr 1861

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

John Cooper Convener
Page 61
At Dundee the tenth day of January Eighteen hundred and sixty two

George Hall Nicoll being Deacon and John Campbell Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Sir John Ogilvy of Inverquharity Baronet Member of Parliament for the Burgh was admitted and received an Honorary Member of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee in all its branches and that during all the days of his lifetime with all the privileges and immunities thereto belonging. And in Testimony where Sir John has subscribed his entry in the Trades Lockit Book along with the Deacon.

John Ogilvy

G H Nicoll Deacon
Page 62
At Dundee the tenth day of January Eighteen hundred and sixty two

George Hall Nicoll present Deacon and John Campbell Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade.

Which day David Baxter Esquire of Kilmaron Merchant in Dundee was duly admitted and received an Honorary Member of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee in all its branches and that during all the days of his lifetime with all the privileges and immunities thereto belonging. And in Testimony where David Baxter Esquire has subscribed his entry in the Trades Lockit Book along with the Deacon.

Da Baxter

G H Nicoll
Page 63
At Dundee the tenth day of November Eighteen hundred and sixty three

George Hall Nicoll being Deacon and John Campbell Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day William Steven Shipbuilder in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said William Steven shall not be entitled by the present entry to do any work belonging to any other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly applies to and is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said William Steven Dundee 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 Whytock an extract on the proper stamp.

William Stephen

Peter Whytock Deacon

Jas Campbell Boxmaster


Page 64
Dundee 23rd November 1862

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, and the entry of William Stephen in right of his father Alexander Stephen certified since last docquet.

G H Nicoll Deacon
Page 65
Dundee 25th November 1864

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, there being the following entries since last docquet vizt: John Cuthbert and his dues of entry £2.10/- having been paid to the Boxmaster on the 30th day of December 1863.

G H Nicoll Convener
Dundee 22d November 1865

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

P M Duncan Conveener
Dundee 21st November 1866

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

P M Duncan Conveener
Dundee 20th October 1867

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

Alex J Warden Conveener
Dundee 19th November 1868

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court, no entries since last docquet

Alex J Warden Conveener
Page 66
At Dundee the thirteenth day of September Eighteen hundred and sixty nine years

Peter Whytock Deacon and George Hall Nicoll Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day James Whytock Watchmaker in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said James Whytock shall not be entitled by the present entry to do any work belonging to any other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly applies to and is ordinarily wrought by a Watchmaker allenarly. And the said James Whytock Dundee 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 Whytock extracts.

James Whytock

Peter Whytock Deacon
Page 67
At Dundee the fourteenth day of September Eighteen hundred and sixty nine years

Peter Whytock Deacon and George Hall Nicoll Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day James Watson Cutler Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said James Watson shall not be entitled by the present entry to do any work belonging to any other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly applies to and is ordinarily wrought by a Cutler allenarly. And the said James Watson Dundee having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon.

James Watson

Peter Whytock Deacon
Page 68

At Dundee the twenty second day of September Eighteen hundred and sixty nine years

Peter Whytock Deacon and George Hall Nicoll Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day George Cuthbert Coachbuilder Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said George Cuthbert shall not be entitled by the present entry to do any work belonging to any other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly applies to and is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said George 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 give Mr Cuthbert Extracts.

George Cuthbert

Peter Whytock Deacon


Page 69
At Dundee the twenty second day of September Eighteen hundred and sixty nine years

Peter Whytock Deacon and George Hall Nicoll Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day William Bisset Junior Saddler Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said William Bisset shall not be entitled by the present entry to do any work belonging to any other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly applies to and is ordinarily wrought by a Saddler allenarly. And the said William Bisset 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 give Mr Bisset Extracts.

Wm Bisset Junr

Pater Whytock Deacon
Page 70
Dundee 19th November 1869

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court there being the following entries since last docqueted vizt: William Bisset Junior, George Cuthbert, James Whytock and James Watson their dues of entry together being £10 paid to the Boxmaster per Minute of Meeting of 5th November current.

Peter Rattray C
Dundee 21 November 1870

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court there being no entries since last docqueted.

Peter Rattray C
Dundee 15 November 1871

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court there being no entries since last docqueted.

James Shaw Convr
Dundee 20 Novr 1872

Examined in presence of the General Fund Court there being no entries since last docqueted.

James Shaw Convr
Page 71
At Dundee the second day of November Eighteen hundred and seventy two years

John Whytock Deacon and William Bisset Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day William Whyte Blacksmith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said William Whyte shall not be entitled by the present entry to do any work belonging to any other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly applies to and is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said William Whyte having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon the necessary adhesive Stamps being previously affixed hereto. And the Clerk was instructed to give Mr Bisset Extracts.

John Whytock Deacon

2 December 1872

Wiliam Whyte

2 Decr 1872
Page 72
At Dundee the seventeenth day of December Eighteen hundred and seventy two years

John Whytock Deacon and William Bisset Boxmaster of the Hammerman Trade of Dundee

Which day Edward Dick Blacksmith Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade both he and his representatives and free Apprentices. It being hereby declared that the said William Whyte shall not be entitled by the present entry to do any work belonging to any other arts or branches of the said Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly applies to and is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said Edward Dick having given his oath of fidelity to the Trade in common form, signs these presents along with the Deacon the necessary adhesive Stamps being previously affixed hereto. And the Clerk was instructed to give Mr Bisset Extracts.

John Whytock Deacon

17th December 1872

Edward Dick

17th December 1872


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