Friday, 24 February 2017
Old Photograph Post Office Friockheim Scotland
Old photograph of a car outside the Post Office in Friockheim, Angus, Scotland. The birth of the village took place soon after 1814 when Thomas Gardyne of Middleton succeeded his brother as the laird of the lands of Friock and feued them to Mr John Andson, of Arbroath, who built a flax spinning mill and as proprietor-in-feu attracted many textile workers to come and settle on easy terms in what was at first known as Friock feus.
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