Shandon Valuation Roll 1920

Dear blog reader

Welcome to the eighth part in a series, a list of the people, with house names where known, who were connected with Shandon in 1920.

In 1920 Shandon had 76 households listed, a very slight increase on 1915. In 1915 Shandon had 75 households listed, a slight decrease on 1905. In 1905 Shandon had 82 households listed which was a vast increase on the anomaly of the valuation roll of 1895 when  only 16 households were listed but also an increase on the number of households in the 1885 Shandon valuation roll.   In 1885 Shandon had 74 households, a huge increase from 1875 when Shandon had 32 households. The 1875 number was the exact same number as the 32 households in 1865 which had been a growth of 4 households from the 28 households in 1855.

Hopefully those of you with ancestors from Shandon will find this list useful.

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Agnes L Adams, Balernock

Doctor James A Adams, Balernock

Mrs Margaret Allan, Chapelburn cottage

David R Barr, Woodbank Place

Albert Beaumont, Blairvaddich

A A Stuart Black, Croy

Thomas Boyd, Woodburn cottage

Patrick Brady, Ardgare

Robert Braid, Shandon House

John Brown, Woodside cottage

Archibald Campbell, West Shandon

David Carswell, Shandon House

Edward Deighan, Woodbank Place

H Dickson, Summerhill

Thomas L Don, Greenhill

Robert M Donaldson, Blairvaddich

Doctor James Walker Downie, Cragmhor

William Eldrick, Broomfield

Henry Fincham, Shandon Bank

James Fraser, Letrualt

Catherine Gibson, Greenhill

Hugh Girvan, Shandon House

William Glen, Summerhill

John Goodlet, Linnburn

Mary Grabowsky, Linnburn

Carl Grabowsky, Linnburn

Mrs Sarah Grant, Hillhead House

William Grieve, West Shandon

Malcolm Hamilton, Ardchapel

Helen Hannah, Woodbank Place

John F Henderson, Glenfeulan

Robert Hill, Lagbuie

Thomas Houston, Hillhead House

Mrs Hughes, Shandon House

William Hughes, Glenfeulan

Alexander Hutcheson, 6 3/4 mile post, Shandon Station

Henry Johnson, Stuckenduff

Archibald H Kedey, Altnacoille

Miss Jane Kerr, shop, Woodbank Place

Hubert V Kirkpatrick, Lagbuie

Alexander P Lyon, Fiunary

A MacDiarmid, 6 1/2 mile post, Shandon Station

Peter Machray, Agnes Millar Wilson house

Duncan MacIntyre, Balernock

Mrs Grace MacKechnie, Hillhead House

Colin MacKenzie, Croy

Margaret C MacKinlay, Woodbank cottage

Margaret C MacKinlay, Woodburn cottage

Margaret MacLean, West Shandon

Lady Sophie MacLeod, Fiunary

William MacMorran, Shandon House

Mrs Margaret W B MacNicol, Ardchapel

Robert S MacNicol, Ardchapel

Donald MacPhail, Cragmhor

James Maltman, Blairvaddich

Reverend Hugh Miller, manse

Nelson Mitchell, Shandon House

Alexander Mitchell, Croy

Frederick R Moir, Letrualt

Malcolm Morrison, Ardgare

Charles Neaves, Oakbank

Dempster Rice, Woodbank Place

T P Rigby, West Shandon

David Ross, 6 1/2 mile post, Shandon Station

Ronald G Sillars, Stuckenduff

Ronald G Sillars, Ardgare

A Smith, West Shandon

Janet Somerville, Shandon House

John Stewart, Hillhead House

James Troup, Blairvaddich

John Turner, Lagbuie

Robert Whillans, West Shandon

John Wilkinson, Ardgare

William Williamson

Robert Wilson, Greenhill

Ethelreda Yarrow, Broomfield

2 thoughts on “Shandon Valuation Roll 1920

  1. Hi, Was just wondering why William Williamson didn’t have an address next to his name. Interested as this is my grandfather and I am curious about when he came to Shandon and his time there. Thank you, Petrena

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    1. Hi Petrena. Indeed the 1920 valuation roll simply has ‘house Shandon’ as your grandfather’s address. Perhaps it’s as simple as the house he was living in didn’t have a name or number in the street at that point? Do you have any family knowledge of what his address was at that point? Am glad you’ve found your grandfather in my blog and thanks for taking the time to comment. Jacqueline.

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