Macindoe, George (M)

Surname: Macindoe
Forename(s): George
b. 1771. d. 19 April 1848. Nationality: Scottish.
Working-class poet, writing in Scots. Born in Partick. Worked as a silk weaver and then kept a hotel in Glasgow’s Trongate. After he became bankrupt he went back to silk weaving. He published Poems and Songs, chiefly in the Scottish dialect (1805) and The Wandering Muse (1813). Biographical information: Charles Rogers (ed.), The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Adam & Charles Black, 1856, vol. 2, pp. 106-7. (AC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 1
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
The Million of Potatoes 1834-10-11 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal Poet 3258