|Clydebank, photograph courtesy of Urban Glasgow|
Singer Sewing Machine Company built a massive factory in Clydebank between 1882 and 1884. Clydebank became a police burgh in 1886. Thomas Riddell, the youngest son of John and Martha (Muir) Riddell, moved his family to Clydebank from Glasgow between 1891 and 1901. Many members of the family lived the remainder of their lives in the city.
|Singer Sewing Machine Factory, Clydebank, c1901; photograph courtesy of|
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"Clydebank," Urban Glasgow
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