Valuation Rolls for 1937 names the head of each household, the History
Group fleshed out this list by adding the wife and children and, where
we could, a few facts about each family in the street.
1a. Alexander Gray, miner (he was a bookie's runner) wife, Anne McNee
Children; Nancy, Belle, John, Ann.
2a. James Allison, miner.
3a. John Fullerton, Dye Worker, wife Nell Grant.
Children; Wullie, Mary and Neil.
4a. William Allison, labourer.
5a. Adam Allison, Dye Worker.
1b. John O'Donnell, joiner, wife, Nellie Fergusson.
2b Crawford Jack, miner, wife ----------- Allison.
Children; Peggy, Jean, Agnes, Robert, John and Lizzie.
3b. Joseph Allison, miner.
4b. Thomas Gray miner, His nickname was "The Rabbit", he was a handyman doing all sorts of jobs around the village) wife, Ann Allison.
Children; Agnes, Isa, Belle, Rose and Dan.
4f. George Hainey,miner, wife--------------.
Children; Mag, Pat, George, Rena, Jimmy and Wullie.
5b. William Young, miner, wife------------.
Children; Gerry, Maria and Anne.
5f. Grace Forest, widow.
6b. Harriet Docherty, widow.
Children; Tam, Jimmy, Sadie and Nellie.
7b. Isabella McNee, spinster.
7f. Elisabeth Carmichael, spinster.
8b. Thomas Wilson, ("Tango Tam" was a great man for the dancing, his speciality was the Belgian Burl) chemical worker, wife----------------.
Children; Bessie, Masie and Robert.