Boiler Makers and Iron and Steel Ship Makers, 1921: Port Glasgow

The monthly report of the United Society of Boiler Makers and Iron and Steel Shipbuilders contains, as well as internal union business, reports of meetings; obituaries; warnings about named individuals falling into arrears, or becoming ‘out of benefit’; members ‘run out’; subscription sales; new members admitted; second class transferred to first class membership; apprentices admitted; apprentices transferred to adult membership; and ‘unapproved’ apprentices. Members are normally identified by surname and initial, with membership number as appropriate. These abbreviations also occur: 1st, first class; 2nd, second class; 3rd, third class; A.I.S., angle iron smith; App., apprentice; A.W., acetylene worker; C., caulker; D., driller; H-up, holder-up; P., plater; R., riveter; S.I.W., sheet iron worker. January 1921

45 currans reid
47 curran reid
53, 58-59 mcilravey johnson wilson pollock mcshefferty mcmillan mcaleese mcdonald mackie mccurdy mcavoy rattery ramsay graham cunningham brown doherty
61, 63 mornin farr chambers findlay williamson turner campbell mcilravey henry mulgrew gannon campbell keenan hughes girvan devine gibbons murphy mcintyre follan kitchen mcghee murray connachan campbell findlay
66, 68 johnson rattery ramsay graham
70, 71 hopkins hannan