Correspondence of James Grimond 1819-1852; cheques of James Grimond 1835-1838; letterbooks 1840-1850; book containing notes on banking, business etc. c.1838; wastebooks 1835-1842; ledgers 1838-1839; book containing receipts and payments 1835; cash books 1822-1833; pocket book 1823-1830; book containing accounts of sales of cloth 1828-1831 with notes of payments and receipts 1826-1836 loosely enclosed; Love and Barton's Housekeeper's Account Book, Manchester, early 19th C.
Papers of William Grimond, Trader, Dundee, and his family
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Grimonds were flax spinners, James Grimond owning Oakbank Mll, Blairgowrie. The family business of J A D Grimond was established in Dundee in 1840, originally as a cloth merchant, and soon after as jute weavers.
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The records were transferred from the National Library of Scotland in 1998 (AccM/380).
Fonds level description compiled by Sarah Chubb, Archives Hub Project Archivist, May 2002.
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The records were deposited at the National Library by Lady Grimond in 1984.
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