1 Hamilton Place,
now 1 Fortrose Street, was also known as number 3
Formerly Hamilton Street
No occupants given until 1859
1859-63 Gemmell, Adam, commercial traveller (Campbell & Co., warehousemen, 44 Buchanan St.)
1863-78 Boyd, Edmund, master of method, Free Normal Seminary
1872-76 Risk, Mrs.
1874-79 Leslie, John, mason and builder, 363 Dumbarton Road
1875-80 Low, Archd., plumber & gasfitter, 15 Maxwell St.
1878-83 MacFarlane, John, butcher, 222 Dumbarton Road, Partick, 4 Oswald Place, Whiteinch & 138 Victoria St. (Byres Road), Dowanhill
1878-83 Morton, Wm., plumber & gasfitter, 313 Dumbarton Road
1879-97 Aitken, John, grocer, 343 Dumbarton Road, Partick
1880-82 Shanks, A.C., draper & house agent, 311 Dumbarton Road
1880-83 Steven, John, family grocer and wine merchant, 316 Hamilton Place, Partick
1882-87 Gardiner, Wm., locksmith and bellhanger, 21 Anderson Street, Partick
1883-87 Jardine, David, clerk, Union Bank of Scotland (Ltd.), 117 St. Vincent St.
1885-90 Buchanan, John, joiner, 27 Kelvin St., Partick
1887-88 Kirkwood, Wm. (of W. & G. Kirkwood, plumbers and gasfitters, 10 Hamilton Street, Partick and at Horslethill Road, Kelvinside)
1887-1901 Lawrence, E., butter and egg merchant, 331 Dumbarton Road, Partick
1890-98 Gardner, David
1890-94 Neill, John, blacksmith, 430 Dumbarton Road, Partick
1893-95 Lamb, James (of Alston & Lamb, tea and coffee rooms, 30 West George St. and 201 Ingram St.)
1894-1900 Rae, A.
1895-1900 Lamb, James (of Alston & Lamb, tea and coffee rooms, 30 West George St. and 201 Ingram St.)
1898-1903 Steven, John, Burgh Chambers, Partick
1900 Murray, P. (of P. Murray & Son, builders, 12 Hamilton St.)
1908 Nisbet, Thomas, sheriff, J.P. & burgh officer
Next door to 7 Hamilton Place (Fortrose (Hamilton) Street)
Across Hamilton (Fortrose) Street to 4 Hamilton Street (4 Fortrose Street)
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