4 Derby Street, Kelvingrove
No occupants given until 1861
1861-62 Cordiner, C.J. (at Miller & Christie, commission merchants & insurance agents, 37 St. Vincent Place)
1861-66 Hamilton, Wm. (at J. & W. Campbell & Co., warehousemen, 29 Ingram Street)
1861-63 McNee, Wm., wine & spirit merchant, 12 Stockwell St. & 546 St. Vincent St.
1861-63 Watson, Thomas, builder (of Watson & Bruce, builders, 21a Bath St.)
1862-67 Caldwell, Wm. M., commission merchant, 57 Miller Street
1862-63 Wallace, Mrs. Alex.
1863-79 Lonie, James, family grocer, 182 Kelvinhaugh St. & 242 Dumbarton Road
1863-66 Urie, Thomas, baker
1864-70 Cairney, Wm., ship broker (of Thomas Skinner & Co., ship & insurance brokers, 12 Gordon St.)
1864-66 Wilson, John S. (at Anderson & Co., warehousemen & manufacturers, 51 Miller St.)
1866-69 Caulfield, Francis (of F. Caulfield & Co., agents for Staffordshire Potteries, & Tyne Flint Glass Works, 52 St. Enoch Square)
1866-69 Guthrie, David, C.E., Corporation Water Commissioners, 23 Miller Street
1866-69 Smith, David
1867-68 McLeish, David, tailor & woollen draper, 64 Main St., Anderston
1868-75 Dunlop, Matthew, baker, 303 Dumbarton Road
1868-76 Guthrie, Mrs.
1869-75 Smith, Mrs.
1869-72 Smyth, Wm. H., clerk
1870-86 Alexander, John, sewed muslin manufacturer, 77 Queen St.
1870-75 Smith, David
1872-74 Meighan, James, plumber and lead merchant, 41 Canning Street
1875-80 Buchanan, James, commission agent, 47 Waterloo Street
1875-78 Cowan, John (of Wm. Cowan & Son, wrights and builders, 137 Waterloo St.)
1875-77 Guthrie, David, C.E., Corporation Water Commissioners, 23 Miller Street
1875-1901 McTavish, Alex., wright, 34 Robertson St.
1873-1910 Blair, James (of Watt & Blair, measuring tape makers, 75 Robertson St.)
1874-75 Smith, John, warehouseman (at Dickson, Taylor & Johnson, wholesale French trimming merchants, 51 Buchanan St.)
1877-78 Miller, Thomas (of Miller & Pearce, plumbers, coppersmiths & brassfounders, 71 Hydepark St.)
1882-92 Carrick, John W. (at D. McGregor & Co., chronometer, nautical instrument & binnacle makers, adjusters of compasses, watch, clock & optical goods makers ; Admiralty charts, nautical booksellers, stationers & publishers, 44-45 Clyde Place, also at Greenock & Liverpool)
1882-84 McGuffie, James, tailor & clothier, 4 Queen Street
1885-95 Brown, Robert, house factor & accountant
1885-88 Hedderwick, Peter, superintendent shipwright, 47 Union St.
1887-91 Wilson, John, tea merchant & grocer, 1 Hydepark St.
1888-94 Conn, Miss
1892-96 Carrick, Miss
1892-98 Hamilton, Wm. C., brick builder, 197 Dumbarton Road
1892-95 Maitland, John (of Maitland, Hands & Co., ship furnishers & sheet iron workers, Clyde Ship Furnishing Works, Kelvinhaugh)
1895-99 Brown, Misses, dressmakers
1895-1900 Brown, R.S., accountant, 121 West Regent St.
1896-98 Moir, Robt.
1899-1904 Adamson, Wm. (at R. Dalglish, Falconer & Co. Ltd., calico printers, 44 West George St. ; works, Lennox Mill, Lennoxtown)
1899-1908 Clark, William S. (of Balderston & Clark, licensed weighers & samplers, 70 Wellington St.)
1901-05 Carrick, James W.
1903-08 Paterson, James T., draper, 559 Sauchiehall Street
1903-10 Shillinglaw, James R.
1904-08 Reid, J.
1906-08 Turnbull, James, wood turner, 22 Elliot Street
1909 Goldie, Arthur (of Muir & Goldie, stockbrokers, 90 Mitchell St.)
1909 Henderson, Wm., crane superintendent, Queen's Dock
1913 Gilmour, John G., insurance agent
Next door to 12 Derby Street
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