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A list of the Wrights Acts fro to Extracts Minute Book of The Incorporation of Wrights of Glasgow relating to the Wrights of Gorbals: Wrights The Wrights of Glasgow () Published: Available from: The Wrights of Glasgow () Contents: A short history of the Wrights to Wrights. First edition of this publication issued by Glasgow?s Incorporation of Wrights (i.e. house carpenters). It provides historical notes on the Incorporation, the text of its by-laws and lists of its members since Scarcer than subsequent editions. 8vo. (4) + 74pp. Wrights of Glasgow. Master Wrights of Scotland, from The Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland () The Wrights of Glasgow, by Bro. William James Hughan. Incorporation of Wrights in Glasgow, by James Reid. Register of Acts of the Incorporation of Wrights of Glasgow - , by James Reid. The Trades House of Glasgow. The aim of the website is to make available information to members of the Incorporation of Wrights and to assist those who may be interested in genealogy to find information about ancestors who may have been Deacons, Clerks, or Deacon Conveners of the Trades House of Glasgow. The site also hosts images of prize winners at the last Deacon's Choosing Dinner.
A number of early nineteenth century poets can be found in the Necropolis. Dugald Moore, William Motherwell, and Alexander Rodger are all commemorated by gravestones but John Wright was laid to rest in an unmarked Single Grave in compartment Iota on 23 rd May John Wright, fourth child of James Wright and Grizzle Taylor, was born at the farm of Auchencloigh in Sorn parish on 1 st. BOOKS ON GLASGOW AND AREA Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow Charters and other Documents relating to the City of Glasgow: Part 1 ~ to Charters and other Documents relating to the City of Glasgow: Part 2 ~ to Extracts from the Minute Book to From the Boernician clans of the ancient Scottish-English border region comes the name Wright. It is a name for a carpenter. The surname Wright is a derivative of the Old English word wyrhta, which means a worker or, in specific, a woodworker, carpenter, craftsmen of watermills or windmills. In medieval rolls, the name was often Latinized as Faber.. Early Origins of the Wright family. GLASGOW is going gold in a stunning new book of photographs of the city. Allan Wright, 60, has spent the last 18 months working on Now Glasgow alongside writer Des Dillon, who is .
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