Terrace, North Kelvinside
formerly Montgomerie Street, now 12 Clouston Street
No occupants given until 1879
1879-82 Christie, J.R.B. (of Christie Brothers, merchants & commission agents, 188 St. Vincent St.)
1879-86 Swan, M. (of Foote, Swan & Co., clothiers, cabinetmakers & general warehousemen, Arygle House, 20 Jamaica St.)
1879-96 Young, Duncan, wood merchant
1880-83 Hannay, John, iron & commission merchant, 135 Buchanan St.
1880-83 MacLaren, James
1880-84 Millar, James, house factor & valuator, 65 Bath St.
1884-88 Allan, Alex. M. (of A.M. Allan & Co., bottle manufacturers, Forth Glass Works, Firhill Road & Saracen Pottery Co., Denmark St., Possilpark)
1883-84 Wright, Peter, drysalter, 100 West Regent St.
1884 Young, Stephen (of Young & MacFarlane, colour manufacturers, drysalters & glue merchants, 11 West Regent St.)
1885-92 MacKinnon, Andrew, agent (St. Vincent St. Commercial Bank of Scotland)
1887-1910 Herbertson, James D., measurer, 122 Wellington Street
1888-95 Forbes, John (at J. & W. Campbell & Co., warehousemen, 137 Ingram Street)
1890-1905 Linn, Thomas
1892-1901 Ferguson, Robert, butcher, 71 Great Western Road, Hillhead
1893-99 Barker, J.D., export umbrella manufacturer, 42 Holmhead St.
1896-1902 Steven, Thos., jun. (of McDowall, Steven & Co. Ltd., ironfounders, Milton Iron Works, 142 North Woodside Road)
1899 Arthur, Fred. W. (D.Y. Stewart & Co., ironfounders & engineers, 80 Charles St., St. Rollox)
1905-11 Morton, Wm., agent for Dehn & Windmuller, foreign merchants, Manchester & Hamburg, 28 Cadogan St.
1901 Cameron, Rev. Thomas, Springbank U.F. Church, New City Road
1910 Magee, J.
1911 White, Rev. John, M.A., clergyman, United Free Church, Eastpark, Gower St.
1914 Neilson, Charles R., property agent & house factor, 143 West Regent St.
Next door to 3 Beauly Terrace (10 Clouston Street) Next door to 1 Beauly Terrace (14 Clouston Street)
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