Grimond Family

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Grimond Family

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The Grimond family were flax spinners. By 1793 David Grimond owned Lornty Mill, Blairgowrie and his brother James owned 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. Throughout the records the family name appears as Grimmond and Grimond.

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