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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KILBIRNIE [village] Kilbirnie
Kilbirnie
Kilbirnie
Railway Guide
William Knox Esqr Dennyholm
Statistical Acct. [Account] of Ayrs [Ayrshire]
007 A considerable village on the banks of the River Garnock with a population of nearly 3,000. The most of the inhabitants are Miners, weavers, the former are employed by the Glengarnock Iron Co. [Company], the latter by various mill owners in the manufacture of Cotton & Linen goods.
COTTON MILL (Spinning & Weaving) [Kilbirnie] Kilbirnie Cotton Mill (Spinning & Weaving)
Kilbirnie Cotton Mill (Spinning & Weaving)
Kilbirnie Cotton Mill (Spinning & Weaving)
Mr Dagliesh Manager
Mr William Knox
Mr John Kerr
007 A very extensive factory expressly built
for the Spinning & weaving of Cotton by
steam power in which 95 females & 30
males are daily employed. There is a
Gasometer on the premises to supply the
mill with Gas. The Village is partly supplied with Gas from it.
GARNOCK MILL (Linen Yarn & Thread) Garnock Mill (Linen Yarn & Thread)
Garnock Mill (Linen Yarn & Thread)
Garnock Mill (Linen Yarn & Thread)
Mr. William Knox
Mr. William Logan
Mr. J Knox
007 A large Steam Mill for the Manufacture
of linen yarn & Thread from the raw material. Abt. [About] 11 men, 77 women, 8 boys & 40 girls are the average numbers of hands daily employed in the mill - is the property of W & J Knox Esqrs, Kilbirnie.

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