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  2. › wiki › FraserburghFraserburgh - Wikipedia

    Sir George Strahan (1838–87): born in Fraserburgh; British colonial governor. Robert Tindall (1820-1918): founded Tindall's ironmongery in Fraserburgh in 1841 before expanding the business to Buckie where the company had an engineering shop and a buoy and oilskin factory. Buoys were distributed from there all over England and exported to Norway.

  3. Ironmongery Fixings by Fischer, Timco and Harrison Clough. Industrial clothing by Dickies, Helly Hansen, Bee Swift, Regatta and Snicker. Now at 19 Ruthvenfield Place, Inveralmond Industrial Estate, Perth; we have an expansive yard for fencing and a recently extended Warehouse with over 8000 sq ft supporting a trade counter for the professional tradesman and DIY enthusiast.

  4. Draffens – opened 1834 by William Moon and John Langlands; in 1889 business was bought by Coatbridge draper George Draffen and his brother-in-law John Jarvie, with the business known as Draffen & Jarvie, which it continued to be known after Jarvie left the business in 1891.

  5. 28/06/2022 · He was eventually employed as a labourer with John Jamison, one of the colony's wealthiest settlers, on the Regentville estate near Penrith. He was paid with £ 25 a year and food rations. After spending six months at Regentville, he returned to Sydney and worked in various low-paying jobs, first with an ironmongery store and then with a firm of engineers and brass-founders.

  6. Phone Number: 01463 239 160 Fax Number: 01463 233 424 We are happy to take orders via Fax or email. We are happy to take orders from Local Government, Schools, Colleges and Charities.

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