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Hi all I am researching my family tree I was wondering if anyone had photos or any information on my great great grandfathers business what follows is everything I know about it.

George William Hendrie owned the business and ran it along with his 2 brothers William and Matthew (my great great grandfather) it was advertised in the Glasgow trade directory. The firm acquired a great prestige within the trade and the patronage of various VIP s of the day further denoted its growing sucsess. They also made rugs for Alexander's coaches.
GEORGE William Hendrie
Manufacturing furrier, skin dresser, Dyer and rug manufacturer.
1882/83 business address 25 ladywell street. House 76 John Knox street.
1890/1 business address 123 duke street house 120 wellpark terrace
1894/5 business address 123 1/2 duke st, house 120 wellpark terrace
1904/5 business address 114 duke st house 120  wellpark terrace
1908/14 business address 123 1/2 duke st, home 295 golfhill drive
1922/3 business address showroom 9 duke street, works 123 1/2 duke street house 5 Clayton terrace Denniston.

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