169 Berkeley Street
No occupants given until 1859
1859-61 Moodie, Robt.
1859-61 Wagstaff, J.B. (of Wagstaff, Glen & Collier, engravers to calico printers, 16 William St., Anderston)
1859-64 Yuille, Henry jun. (at Wm. Stirling & Sons, turkey-red dyers & calico printers, 32 St. Vincent Place ; works, Cordale & Dalquhurn, Renton)
1860-63 Caldwell, Wm. M. (of Brown & Caldwell, wholesale grocers, 70 Howard St.)
1860-69 McKay, Alex. jun., tailor and clothier, 16 St. Enoch Square
1860-63 Sinclair, Neil (of Sinclair & Mitchell, wincey and drugget manufacturers, 11 Miller St.)
1860-71 Thomson, Thomas
1861-88 Guthrie, Robt., commercial traveller
1862-65 Marshall, Wm.
1864-65 Fulton, John
1864-65 Langwill, Mrs.
1864-65 Young, R.B. (at Henry Monteith & Co., Turkey-red dyers & calico printers ; works, Blantyre & Barrowfield ; warehouses, 11 George Square & 132 Queen St.)
1865-68 Aim, Wm. L. (at George Anderson & Co., white lead, paint, colour, varnish & cement manufacturers, 58 Hyde Park St.)
1865-69 Orr, Hugh, agent, City of Glasgow Bank, Charing Cross
1867-74 Ferguson, Dundas
1867-71 Fulton, John (of Fulton & Mackay, ship chandlers, sail makers, ironmongers & tinsmiths, 136 Broomielaw)
1867-72 Rankine, Mrs.
1868-71 Walker, John (at G. & J. Burns, steamers & railway printing office, 26 Jamaica St. ; engine works, 85 Clyde St., Anderston)
1870-75 Biggar, Alex., teacher of pianoforte
1870-71 Dempster, John
1870-92 Martin, Adam
1875-77 Fraser, Mrs.
1875-80 Gray, Alfred, painter, paperhanger & decorator, 45-47 Mains St. & Northumberland St., Crosshill
1877-91 McNeil, Peter (of H. & P. McNeil, hosiers and glovers, 105 Union St.)
1880-81 Steel, Wm. (of John Hendry, house factor and insurance agent, 502 St. Vincent St.)
1880-88 Watt, John W., teacher, St, Matthew's F.C. School, 208 Main St., Anderston, later at Rumford Street Public School
1881-87 Grant, John (of Wm. Boyle & Co., cartage contractors & storekeepers, 97-99 Holm St.)
1881-86 MacLean, John, shipbroker, coal and limestone merchant, 49 Jamaica St.
1883-86 Reid, Alex. (of A. & D.G. Reid, figure, architectural & ship carvers & gilders, 83 Finnieston St.)
1883-86 Reid, J.
1884-88 Stobo, John, teacher, Alexander's Endowment, 94 Duke St.
1886-1909 MacKintosh, W.
1887-90 Gould, Mrs.
1887-88 Johnston, James (of James Johnston & Son, family grocer, wine merchant & wholesale tea dealer, 18 Kelvingrove St.)
1888-92 Guthrie, Allan I., inspector of agents (Standard Life Assurance Co., 120 later 109 St. Vincent St.)
1889-96 Trotter, Thomas, hatter and hosier, 68 Main Street, Anderston
1890-99 Lambie, Miss, dress and mantle maker
1890-94 Rome, W.
1891-96 Campbell, Robt., plumber and gasfitter, 138 Kent Road & 62 Old Dumbarton Road
1892-94 Duncan, W.M.
1892-99 McKenna, Mrs.
1893-1904 Thomson, Wm., house and sign painter, 493 St. Vincent St.
1895-1901 Lambie, J.T., reporter, "Glasgow Evening Echo" newspaper, 31 North Frederick Street
1896-98 Murray, Geo. D., law and mercantile stationer, 11 West Regent St.
1897 Cook, Mrs.
1898-1908 Cameron, Mrs. John
1898-99 Morton, R.
1901-06 Raeside, Mrs.
1904 Fraser, Wm. (of Fraser & McMillan, joiners, 139 Elderslie St.)
1905-13 Donald, M., hardware and china merchant, 6-8 Gardner St., later at 268 Dumbarton Road, Partick
1907-14 Smillie, Miss Georgina, dressmaker
1908-09 Cameron, John, M.B.
1909 Mackintosh, Miss
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