1 Colebrooke Place, Hillhead
No occupants given until 1885
1885-89 Anderson, John (late sergeant 4th Queen's Own Hussars), janitor, Glasgow Academy
1885-86 Campbell, Mrs.
1885-88 Smith, James, coalmaster, Saracen and Eastfield, Possilpark
1885-1904 Stewart, James (at J. & W. Campbell & Co., warehousemen, 137 Ingram Street)
1886-92 Graves, Wm. (of Wm. Graves & Co., export merchants, 150 Hope Street)
1886 Janton, Louis, teacher of French
1886-88 McNish, George (of Robt. McNish & Co., tea merchants, 47 East Howard Street)
1886-88 McNish, John (of Robt. McNish & Co., tea merchants, 47 East Howard Street)
1886-91 McVie, Thomas, assistant inspector of schools, Govan & Dumbarton districts
1887-88 Eadie, Jas. C.
1887-88 McNish, Robt.
1887-96 Tait, Mrs.
1888-1911 McBride, Mrs. John
1888-97 Townsend, Mrs. M.
1890-1912 Fleming, Mrs.
1891-1907 Munro, Alexander, traveller (at Samuel Allsopp & Son Ltd., brewers, Burton-on-Trent, 89 Bath St.)
1896-1900 Brown, W.N. (at A. Ralph Brown, stockbroker, 48 West George St.)
1897-1907 Guthrie, Mrs. W.I.
1897-1907 Stevenson, Mrs. Joseph
1902-03 Scotland, Robt. G., surgical appliance maker, 209 Buchanan St.
1906 Elder, Charles
1908-10 Alston, Edward
1908 Alston, Miss E.B.
1908-10 Booth, Wm., secretary (A. & J. Inglis Ltd., engineers and shipbuilders, 64 Warroch St.)
1912 Osbourne, Robert, collector of municipal assessments, City Chambers
1913 MacNab, Miss
Around the corner to 16 Colebrooke Street
Across the Colebrooke Lane and around the corner to 22 Belmont Street
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