12 Derby Street, Kelvingrove
No occupants given until 1861
1861-63 Cree, Wm. (of Cree & Co., ship & insurance brokers, 17 Royal Exchange Square)
1861-62 Wallace, David
1862-72 Duncanson, John, builder, 28 Raglan Street
1862-64 McIntosh, Peter B., warehouseman, 350 Argyle St.
1862-64 Watson, Rev. Thomas
1863-64 Kirkland, Mrs. Robt.
1863-64 Leffmann, J.
1863-66 Stirrat, James (of James Stirrat & Co., sewed muslin manufacturers, 100 Queen St.)
1864-65 Rankin, Walter B. (at Wm. McLaren, Sons & Co., warehousemen & manufacturers, 5 South Hanover St.)
1864-66 Graham, Mrs. Dr. John
1864-69 Smith, Charles (of Smith & Simons, seed merchants & florists, 34-35 Argyle Arcade)
1864-70 Watson, Mrs.
1864-73 Welsh, Mrs.
1865-67 Stark, Robt. (of Thomas Skinner & Co., ship & insurance brokers, 12 Gordon St.)
1866-67 Mirfin, W.H. (of Neilson Brothers, engineers & tool makers, 102-104 Hydepark St.)
1867-69 Gordon, John
1867-68 Thüs, C.H., merchant (of Goodchild, Thüs & Co., shipbrokers & agents, 74 Broomielaw)
1868-71 Eaglesome, Mrs.
1869-75 McKechnie, Robert A., M.B., C.M., physician
1870-76 Paterson, John (at Hannah & Martin, manufacturers, 3 South Hanover St.)
1870-72 McArthur, Thomas, accountant, 42 Bath Street
1870-71 MacGregor, John, secretary, Glasgow Underwriters' Protection Committee, Underwriters' Rooms, Royal Exchange
1870-71 MacLeod, Kenneth M., sanitary inspector, 1-5 Montrose Street
1871-74 Fullerton, Alex., wood measurer, Stobcross wharf
1872-74 Gilchrist, James
1873-77 Beck, Wm. S., engineer
1874-80 Henry, John (of Henry & Campbell, tea merchants & wholesale grocers, 19 Madeira Court, 257 Argyle St. ; goods entrance, Ann street Lane)
1877-81 Hutson, Gayburn (of Manderton, Hutson, & Corbett, engineers & boiler makers, Kelvinhaugh Engine Works, Kelvinhaugh St.)
1878-80 McCredie, Robt.., agent, N.S. Savings Bank, 47 New City Road
1879-82 Reid, James, stationer & account-book manufacturer, 144 Argyle St.
1879-83 Wilson, Miss
1883 No occupants given until 1884
1884-90 Cuthbert, David W., assistant supt. engineer (Henderson Brothers, steamship owners & agents, 47 Union St.)
1886-91 Greenlees, Joseph, divinity student
1886-89 Maxwell, Miss M.
1886-87 Watson, Mrs.
1887-91 Graham, Wm. V., commission & insurance agent, 95 Bath St.
1889-99 Graham, Mrs. John
1890-91 Philip, J.R. (of James Sword & Son, wine merchants ; warehouse & wine cellars, 43, office, 47 Hutcheson St. ; vaults, 26 Glassford St.)
1892-95 Creighton, Robt., butter & egg merchant, 131 Dumbarton Road & 227 Gt. Western Road
1892-95 Herbert, James
1892-96 McDowall, James, manufacturer of horse & cattle condiment
1893-95 Black, John B., wine & spirit merchant, 8 Kelvingrove Street
1894-1900 Barbour, Wm. W. (at Greenlees Brothers, whisky merchants, wine shippers & bonded warehouse proprietors, 40 Wellington St. ; warehouses, 45-65 Osborne St.)
1895-1902 Hunter, Miss
1898-1900 Murdoch, Robt. (at Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd., shipbuilders & engineers ; building yard, Whiteinch, Partick ; engineering works, 36 Finnieston St. ; boiler making & ship repairing works, 88 Kelvinhaugh St. ; office, Whiteinch)
1899-1900 Scott, Miss M. Oliver, teacher, Woodside Public School
1900-09 Scott, Mrs.
1902-05 Lymburn, Wm., wine & spirit merchant, 81 Candleriggs & 105 Parson St.
1902-05 MacIntosh, Alex., Balmoral restaurant, 322 Argyle St.
1906-09 Calderwood, R.W., restaurant and tea rooms, 233 Ingram St.
1909 MacKie, Thomas, church officer, Kelvingrove U.F. Church
1909-10 Wilson, James
1910-14 Junner, James, police pensioner
1911-12 Young, Geo. H. (of Geo. H. Young & Co., shipbrokers, 75 Buchanan St.)
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