2 Westbank Terrace, Hillhead
Now 39 Gibson Street
No occupants given until 1860
1860-62 Broadley, Misses
1860-61 Granger & Clow, painters
1860-62 Smith, Mrs.
1861-64 Alison, Robt., bookseller & stationer, 45 Sauchiehall St.
1861-63 Neil, James, bookseller, 16 Glassford Street
1862-65 Boulding, Rev. W. James, Baptist minister, Bath St. Baptist Chapel
1862-67 Meiklejohn, J.
1862-63 Warden, Mrs.
1863-64 Gibson, Mrs.
1863-74 Proudfoot, John, 33 St. Vincent Place
1863-69 Wallace, Mrs.
1866-70 McPhail, Alex., commercial traveller, 11 Madeira Court
1866-72 Speirs, Moses, plumber & gasfitter, 3 later 6 Terrace St. & 17 later 22 Bothwell Place, later 39 Great Western Road, Hillhead
1867-68 Galbraith, Mrs.
1867-76 King, John (of King Brothers & Co., metal merchants, 145 Argyle St. & 11 St. Enoch Square)
1868-69 Buchanan, Mrs. Dr. John
1869-71 McKenzie, Mrs.
1871-72 Galbraith, Mrs.
1871-76 King, Alex. (of King Brothers & Co., manufacturers of copper & brass tubes & sheets etc., 9 Alston St. ; works, Crown Metal & Tube Mills, Kinning Park)
1871-76 Napier, Robt., tailor & clothier, 96 Sauchiehall St.
1872-78 Bell, David, manager, Glasgow & West of Scotland Servants' Institution, Corporation Buildings, 274 Sauchiehall St. & 57 Hutcheson St.
1874-80 Jardine, Wm. McLeod, bank teller, Union Bank, St. Vincent St.
1874-78 Roberts, James, foreman cutter (MacEwan & Co., clothiers, 94 St. Vincent St.)
1874-78 Roebuck, Washington, teacher of music
1877-79 Walker, J.
1879-82 Henderson, John, wholesale tea agent, 57 Oswald St.
1879-80 Hunter, Mrs. Wm.
1879-81 McKenzie, Colin D. (of Colin D. McKenzie & Co., tea merchants, 53 West Campbell St.)
1880-90 Galbraith, Miss E., teacher of pianoforte
1880-83 Kington, Wm., 55 East Howard St.
1880-82 McKenzie, John A.
1881-82 Gunn, Miss, dressmaker
1881-86 Langmuir, James, Water office, 23 Miller St.
1884-87 Jeffrey, J.W., jun. (of Jeffrey & Co., merchants & mill furnishers, 48 New Wynd)
1884-85 Winter, Mrs. E.
1886-91 Robertson, Mrs., milliner & dressmaker, 14 Gibson St.
1891 No occupants given until 1894
1894-1903 Harley, J.B., assistant superintendent, Pearl Life Assurance Co. Ltd., 55 Bath St.
1894-96 Simpson, Miss, dressmaker
1895-96 Willock, John, Union Bank of Scotland Ltd.
1896-98 Dykes, John, commercial traveller (James Gemmell & Co., wholesale tea merchants, 11 Madeira Court, Argyle Street)
1896-1909 McMillan, Miss
1901-02 Leith, W., commission merchant, 70 Wellington St.
1903-09 McInnes, M.A.
1905 Gilmore, D.G., M.A., barrister-at-law
1905 Gilmore, Jane Cox, M.B., C.M.
1909 Ross, Charles, Commercial Bank, 113 Buchanan St.
1909 Simpson, L.W., painter & paperhanger, 189 St. George's Road
Across Otago Street to 37 Gibson Street Next door to 41 Gibson Street (4 Westbank Terrace)
Around the corner to 94 Otago Street (1Westbank Terrace)
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