62 Elderslie Street,
No occupants given until 1872
1872-73 Campbell, James, chemist & druggist, 127 Main Street, Anderston
1872-73 Hobbs, David (of Wallace & Hobbs, printers & wholesale stationers, 34 Hutcheson St.)
1873-81 Hunter, Robt. (at Hugh Morrison, army & navy clothier, Highland costume maker, juvenile outfitter, shirt maker, hosier & glover, 51-53 Jamaica St. & 1-9 Howard St. ; factory, 9 Howard Square)
1874-80 Garry, Geo., chemist and druggist, 838 St. Vincent St.
1878-79 Cormack, James, jun. (of James Cormack & Sons, smiths, heating & ventilating engineers, 142 North St.)
1880-81 Grant, John (of Wm. Boyle & Co., cartage contractors & storekeepers, 97-99 Holm St.)
1880-1908 Morton, James (at John Wilkie, steam & sailing ships broker, arbitrator, valuator, engineer & commission merchant, 33 Renfield St.)
1880-83 Smith, Robt. (of A. & R. Smith, plumbers & brassfounders, 60 Anderston Quay)
1881-89 Morton, Mrs., dressmaker
1884-85 Waddell, David, teacher, Allan Glen's Institution, 72 Cathedral Street
1884-85 Waddell, Geo. B. (of Waddell, Douglas & Co., manufacturing ironmongers & sheet iron workers, 13-15 Brown St.)
1886-1901 Kemp, R.W. (of Reid & Kemp, tinsmiths, coppersmiths, gasfitters & lamp-makers, 60 Wellington St.)
1887-88 Ferguson, Miss
1887-1904 Kilpatrick, John
1890-95 Cattanach, James
1896-97 Coutts, Wm., jun. (of Coutts, Muir & Co., engineers and contractors, 140 Bath St.)
1898-99 Adams, Wm., provision merchant, 17 Breadalbane St.
1900-04 Muggoch, Adam, upholsterer
1900-01 Smyth, C.W.
1900-07 Thomson, R.
1901-04 Neil, J.H., cashier, North British Railway, Stobcross Station
1904 Fisher, P.
1904 McNeilage, John, law clerk
1904-06 Martin, Alfred S., assistant inspector of poor, Glasgow Parish Council
1905-06 Hunter, W.
1906-07 Davidson, James G. (of John Greive)
1907-08 Sinclair, P.
1908 Morton, Miss
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