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EASTMUIR Eastmuir Eastmuir Eastmuir Eastmuir Eastmuir Revd. J. Leckie R. Rae. Factor R. Law. Fernean Forests Co: Map Valuation Roll 007.13 This name applies to all the houses on each side of the road, between the Ph [Parish] Church & Crownhall. It forms the eastern division & extremity of Shettleston, & is always applied as the Eastmuir of the villiage of Shettleston. The name is taken from the houses being built on a muir which was there 25 years ago. It was called the Eastmuir of Shettleston before the houses were built, from the village having a Muir at the east & west extremities. "Westmuir" is now a village within the Parliamentary Boundary, but it formerly belonged to Shettleston village. The Post Office, A Roman Catholic Chapel & A Tile Works, are in "Eastmuir".
TILE WORKS [Shettleston Tile Works Tile Works Tile Works J. Anderson, Tile maker R. Mathers, Proprietor R. Law, Fernean 007.13 Wooden sheds having a kiln & a Pool, & an Engine attached for making Drain Tiles. Wrought by J. Anderson. The property of Mr. R. Mathers.

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