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John S. Craig and Co

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of Parkhouse Works, 97 Portman Street, Glasgow.

1867 Company founded by John S. Craig

1904 Listed as 'Craig, John S. and Co. (Ltd), paint and varnish manufacturers, oil merchants, and drysalters, 50 to 54 Paterson st, s s.' and as 'Craig, John S. (of John S. Craig and Co., Ltd), house, 25 Princes st., Pollokshields.'[1]

1909 Listed similar to 1904 entry.[2]

1921 Listed as 'Craig, John S. and Co. (Ltd), paint and varnish manufacturers, oil refiners and tar merchants, 97 Portman street, Kinning Park (+tel)' and as 'Craig, John S. (of John S. Craig and Co., Ltd), house, 174 Great Western road.'[3]


Connected with Craig-Hubbuck and Craig-Vettewinkel

possibly merged to Sigma Coatings

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Sources of Information

  1. 1904-05 Post Office Annual Glasgow Directory
  2. 1909-10 Post Office Annual Glasgow Directory
  3. 1921-22 Post Office Annual Glasgow Directory