5 Ardgowan Terrace, Kelvingrove
Known as 101 Sandyford Street before 1902.
No occupants given until 1881
1881-88 Cook, Wm., plant superintendent, Caledonian Railway, 3 Germiston St.
1881-89 Grant, John C. (at P. & W. McLellan, engineers, waggon builders, bridge & boiler makers, iron & steel merchants, smiths, machine makers, bolt, nut, rivet & chain manufacturers, general ironmongers, tinsmiths & gasfitters, 127-129 Trongate ; Clutha Iron Works, Vermont St. Plantation ; iron warehouse, 15 New Wynd)
1881-84 Greig, J.M. (at James & John G. Scott, paint & colour manufacturers, oil refiners & merchants, Crown Colour Works, 220 Debbie's Loan & 39 North Wallace St. ; warehouse, 84 Great Clyde St. ; office, 4 Dixon St.)
1882-86 Cleghorn, Miss
1882-83 Kennedy, Robt., commercial traveller
1882-89 Steven, M.M.
1884-97 Greig, Mrs. J.
1884-88 Macouat, B.R. (of John Bilsland & Co., rivet, bolt & screw manufacturers, 37 Elliot St., Cranstonhill)
1885-86 Grant, Mrs.
1886-91 Grant, Rev. James, Congregational minister, Overnewton Square
1886-88 Grant, James W.M., cashier (Wm. Wallace & Co., Scotch tweed manufacturers & woollen merchants, 144 Ingram St.)
1886-95 Howat, Mrs. Wm. sen.
1888-89 Johnston, Wm., soap, oil & candle merchant, 6 South Portland St.
1888-90 Matchett, John, proprietor London & Belfast Tea Co., 147 Main St., Anderston ; office & warehouse, 15-21 Oxford St.
1889-92 Alexander, H.F.
1889-92 Alexander, Miss
1889-90 Booth, Wm. (at A. & .J. Inglis, engineers & shipbuilders, Whitehall Foundry, 64 Warroch St. ; shipbuilding yard & slip dock, Pointhouse)
1889-95 Clapperton, Wm. John, organist & teacher of music
1890-99 Dunn, Hugh M. (of R. Lawson & Co., warehousemen, Trade Clothing & Furnishing House, 32 Stockwell St.)
1890-95 Howat, Wm. (of John Bilsland & Co., rivet, bolt & screw manufacturers, 37 Elliot St.)
1891-97 Campbell, Mrs.
1895-98 Cunningham, J.
1895-98 Scott, Mrs.
1896-1905 Whitaker, Rev. John, L..Th, rector of St. John Evangelist, Cranstonhill
1897-99 Greig, Miss
1897-98 Hughes, Geo., surveyor (British Corporation for the Survey & Registry of Shipping, 69 St. Vincent St.)
1898-1902 Alexander, David, electrical engineer (at Claud Hamilton Ltd., electrical engineers, 247 St. Vincent St.)
1898-1908 Cunningham, Mrs.
1898 Gilchrist, Archibald (at James Young Ltd., railway contractor, 138 Bath St.)
1898-1909 Frederick, John (of John Frederick & Son, butchers, 233 Dumbarton Road)
1900-02 Stevenson, John, pawnbroker, 79 Bell St. & 108 Main St., Anderston
1901-03 Scobie, Andrew, instrument maker, Technical College, 204 George St.
1903-04 Boyd, Daniel, stockbroker, 8 Gordon St.
1903-04 Learmouth, Mrs. Wm.
1904-12 Stevenson, James
1906-14 Clark, James, grocer
1908-09 Armour, Robert S. (of Robert Armour & Sons, shipsmiths, anchor, chain & tank makers, 306-308 Stobcross St.)
1908-10 Brown, John T., chartered accountant, 67 West Nile St.
1908-11 Macara, John (of Macara & Co., lime and cement merchants, 1001 Sauchiehall St.)
1909 Reid, James, consulting engineer (of Reid, McPherson & Co. Ltd., mechanical & mining engineers, 108 Hope St.)
Next door to 4 Ardgowan Terrace (993 Sauchiehall Street) Next door to 6 Ardgowan Terrace (1009 Sauchiehall Street)
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