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June 8, 2009

Thomas Hyslop Ure (1863-1913)

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Thomas Hyslop Ure (generally known as T. Hyslop Ure) was born in 1863 and practised in Dunfermline. There must have been some connection with George Mackie Watson of Edinburgh who was three years older as they produced a joint design in the competition for the Carnegie Public Baths in Dunfermline. From c.1910 Ure was in partnership with David Beveridge, who continued the practice after Ure’s death late in 1913. James Shearer was a pupil.

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