13 Huntly Terrace, North Kelvinside
now 69 Clouston (formerly Montgomerie) St.
No occupants given until 1890
1890-95 Findlay, Wm., teacher, Eastpark Public School
1890-93 MacLure, Miss/Mrs.
1891-93 Kilpatrick, Rev. Daniel Ross, minister of North Woodside Free Church
1891-95 MacDonald, James, district manager, West of England Fire and Life Insurance Co., 44 St. Vincent Place
1892-96 Browne, John, (agent for James Wyllie & Son, Elmslie Mills, Kilmarnock), 82 Mitchell St.
1892-94 McKendrick, Alex. (of T. & R. Annan & Sons, portrait & landscape photographers, portrait painters, fine art merchants & publishers, copper-plate photo engravers, 230-234 Sauchiehall St. ; works, Glenbank, Lenzie)
1893-95 Alexander, John
1893-94 Roberton, Miss
1894-1907 Fotheringham, T. Bremner, timber merchant & importer, manufacturer of doors, mouldings, &c., 65 West Regent St.
1894-95 Kilpatrick, Daniel Ross, Rev., senior colleague, North Woodside Free Church
1895-96 Whyte, Rev. Alex.
1895-98 Weston, Robert, timber salesman, City Saw Mills, Port-Dundas
1896-98 Scott, Mrs.
1898-1905 MacIntyre, Dugald
1900-02 Bean, Rev. Albert Wm., clergyman
1901-07 Hendry, Jas. jun. (of John Maitland & Co., tailors, clothiers & shirtmakers, 109 Argyle St. & 9 Maxwell St.)
1901 Rigby, Douglas A. (Weir & Robertson, stock & share brokers, 7 Royal Bank Place)
1902-09 Chrystal, Miss
1902-04 Falconer, Charles
1902-07 MacLagan, Thomas, postal telegraphs
1909-11 Chrystal, Mrs. John
1911-14 Dunlop, G.A.
1911-13 Logan, Geo. S.
1912 Hendry, James, tailor, clothier & shirtmaker, 20 Union St.
1913 Dishington, Miss
1914 Hardie, Wm., secretary, Anderston Foundry Co. Ltd., machine makers, ironfounders & engineers, 100 Cheapside St.
1914 McCutcheon, Mrs. A.J.
1914 Wightman, James, commission agent
Next door to 12 Huntly Terrace (65 Clouston Street) Next door to 14 Huntly Terrace (71 Clouston Street)
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