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Published on: 16 Jan 2015
Updated: 15 Sep 2016
Surname variation: Meany
“About 17 Scots were subcontracted to the colliers (charcoal makers) and other plant workers. Accounting records show that a few of the Scots received wages from the Company for skilled work. For example, James Adams was paid for managing ox teams, James Gourdan for mining, Thomas Kelton for mining and coaling, and Robert Meany for carpentry work,…”” From: Hammersmith Through the Historical Texts by Janet Regan and Curtis White.