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Cameron, Robert

Record IDcni00059577
Last Edit2015-04-08

General Note

Writer to the Signet, Trustee in examination of Nisbet & Co Paper makers “Glasgow Courier” 10 September 1799. The son in 1810 was Francis. One of the two was inventor of a papermaking machine in 1816. John Cameron was the owner of Springfield in 1825. W. Anderson & Co were given as successors to Cameron & Co at the 2 Bank Street address in 1824. The Adam Square and South Bridge addresses could be the same premises. In 1833-34 the foreman of the Springfield Paper Mills was Robert Reardon. His name is given under Lasswade. John Cameron of Cameron & Co lived at Glenesk, Loanhead in 1845.

More Information

Dates of Activity1798-1858
Activitypaper maker
Online Ressourcehttp://www.nls.uk/
Scottish Book Trade Index online (list)

Place of Activity

Place of ResidenceBank Close (1806)
Place of ActivityEdinburgh; Springfield Mill (1798)
Edinburgh; James Court (1799)
Edinburgh; 2 Bank Street (1807 - 1818)
Edinburgh; 6 James Court (1825)
Loanhead; Springfield Paper Mills (1833 - 1858)
Edinburgh; 79 Adam Square (1835)
Edinburgh; 79 South Bridge (1836 - 1843)
Edinburgh; 13 Bank Street (1843 - 1849)
Edinburgh; Stead's Place (1850 - 1856)

Related Entries

See alsoRobert Cameron & Son (1806)
High Street, **Edinburgh
R. Cameron junior & Co, printseller, publisher and wholesale stationer (1819 - 1823)
2 Bank-street, **Edinburgh
Robert Cameron & Son, paper maker and paper merchant (1825)
2 Bank Street, **Edinburgh [Pigot]
Robert Cameron and Son, paper makers (1826 - 1828)
76 Adam Square, **Edinburgh
Cameron & Co (1829 - 1834)
*76 Adam Square, **Edinburgh


HeadingCameron, Robert
used in: National Library of Scotland, Scottish Book Trade Index
Variant NameRobert Cameron Springfield Paper Warehouse (1805)
Old Fishmarket Close, **Edinburgh


Found inEdin Dir. — NLS Impr Ind. — Pigot 1820; 1825. — Thomson


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