Tait's Paper Mill - circa 1914 The Inverurie Paper Mill

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Thomas Tait - Founder 1802 -1870 William Tate 1834 -1904 Thomas Tait 1870 - 1940 William Tate 1906 - 1970 5 Generations of the Tait Family
Welcome to The Inverurie Paper Mill Website…..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper Mill - 1890's from Aberdeen Road Mill Workers 1940's Mill Workers 1960

OUTLINE : On this Website, you will find lots of information about the origin, and development, of the Inverurie Paper Mill through it’s lifetime.

 

It’s history spans from 1860 to 2009…A period of 149 years, and also five generations of the Tait family.

 

It employed many local people over the years and became the largest local employer once the Inverurie Loco Works shut down in 1969.

 

The Mill eventually closed in 2009.

 

 

Link 1 Link 3 Link 2 Thomas Tait helping to bale straw Thomas Tait helping to bale straw Thomas Tait & Sons Ltd
Inverurie
Aberdeenshire
1870 - 1998 
Five  generations of the 
Tait  Family who founded and ran the Inverurie Paper Mill Click  here for Tait Mill Timeline Page
Click here for Timeline Slideshow of the Tait Mill
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SITE DESCRIPTION :   There are 3 photo galleries to be found on the site.

 

The themes are 1. The Mill  2. Workforce 3. Machinery

 

There is also a “Dated Timeline History” slideshow.

The link to it can be found at the bottom of this page.

 

There are various pictures scattered through the site.

If you hover your mouse pointer over the picture you will be presented with a text description of the picture.

 

The “Staff 1926” link tab will take you to a page containing a large group photo of the Mill staff for those years. Again if you hover your mouse pointer over the faces, you will see the names of the individuals.

 

The History tab will take you to  four pages of more detailed information on the life of the Inverurie Paper Mill from it’s  conception to it’s eventual closure.

 

 

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