St. Bernard's Place, Hillhead
now 62 Great George Street
No occupants given until 1861
1861-63 Munro, A.R., teller, Royal Bank
1861-64 Ralston, Gavin, writer (of McLeod and Ralston, writers, 161 Hope Street)
1861-63 Slowan, Wm. John, secretary, National Bible Society of Scotland, 66 Virginia St.
1862-68 Bell, Geo. (of Clark & Bell, architects, 37 West Nile Street)
1864-70 Calvert, Edward, lecturer, Normal School
1864-65 Cramb, James (of Cramb Brothers, photographers, 67 West Nile St.)
1864-65 Cramb, John (of Cramb Brothers, photographers, 67 West Nile St.)
1864-68 Eadie, James jun. (at McIntyre, Hogg, & Co., wholesale shirt manufacturers and merchants, 122 Brunswick Street)
1864-67 Moncrieff, James, foreign produce broker and drysalter, 42 Bath St.
1865-72 Fraser, Peter, agent, Hayfield Printing Co., Manchester, 7 Exchange Place
1865-77 Merrylees, James (of John Merrylees & Son, zebra & wool shirtings manufacturers, 7 Alston St.)
1865-71 McMillan, Dugald, teller, Clydesdale Bank, Miller St.
1866-68 Eadie, James sen.
1867-69 Bannerman, Mrs.
1867-79 McBrayne, Miss
1867-69 Merrylees, John sen. (of John Merrylees & Son, zebra & wool shirtings manufacturers, 7 Alston St.)
1867-79 Merrylees, John jun. (of John Merrylees & Son, zebra & wool shirtings manufacturers, 7 Alston St.)
1868-73 Dunlop, Wm., wholesale grain, provision & commission merchant, 78 Fox St., off Dixon St.
1868-69 Faill, James, Bank of Scotland
1868-71 Merrylees, James, jun.
1868-70 Stewart, Captain
1869-70 Bannerman, James
1869-75 McKinlay, Mrs. Wm.
1870-73 Bennie, Rev. Wm., Kelvinhaugh Church
1873-77 Davidson, Wm. G., artificial florist, 78 St. Vincent Street
1873-76 Marr, Thomas, sec., Scottish Amicable, St. Vincent Place
1873-79 MacKay, Mrs. James
1874-79 McKay, Wm., accountant, property & insurance agent, iron & commission merchant, 114 West Nile St., later at 179 West George St.
1876 Douglas, John B., writer (of Douglas & Watson, 203 West George St.)
1876-88 McCallum, David (at A. & S. Henry & Co., merchants, manufacturers and commission merchants, 29 Exchange Square)
1876-77 Marr, Miss
1876-83 Wilson, James, merchant and agent for manufacturers, 180 West Regent St.
1877-80 Barker, J.D., wholesale umbrella manufacturer, 80 Great Clyde St. and 85 Fox St.
1877-81 Kennedy, Miss M.L., teacher
1877-81 McArthur Mrs., school superintendent, Albion Crescent School, 10-11 Albion Crescent
1880-81 Douglas, Andrew, jun. (of Andrew Dougans & Sons, wholesale ironmongers, wire, nail & zinc merchants & shoemakers' furnishings, 25 Dunlop St. & 31 Argyle St.)
1881-88 McFarlane, Mrs.
1882-89 Cochrane, David (at Smith, Sons & Laughland, wholesale warehousemen & manufacturers, 67-87 Mitchell St. ; retail, 78-82 Union St.)
1883-86 Dunlop, Mrs. A.M.
1885-89 Dunlop, Andrew M. (at A. & R. Scott, makers of Scott's Midlothian oat flour, biscuits & oat cakes, 59-67 Crookston St. & 86 St James' St., Kingston)
1885-88 McLetchie, Mrs.
1889-90 Wulff, S. (at Leisler, Bock & Co., merchants, 21 St. Vincent Place)
1890-91 Barton, Miss
1891-1900 Ferguson, Mrs.
1891-92 Hutcheson, Mrs.
1891-92 Ford, Wm. L., traveller (at Meiklejohn's Brewery Limited, brewers, 13 Dixon St.)
1891-95 Pearson, Mrs.
1891-1903 Shanks, Mrs.
1891-1903 Scott, Mrs.
1894-1905 McLaren, J. Fisher, writer, notary public, and commissioner for English and Irish affidavits, 134 St. Vincent St.
1894-1900 Pearson, Henry T. (of Wm. Whitelaw & Co., stevedores, general terminus and Queen's Dock)
1897-98 Grogan, John, general draper, hosier, glover, dress & mantle maker, milliner, 517 Gt. Western Road & Victoria Cross Warehouse, 178 Byres Road
1898-1904 Hendry, Patrick W. (of Hendry Bros., iron & general metal merchants & agents for railway & steamship furnishings, 28-34 Robertson St.)
1898-99 Robinson, Miss S.M.
1900-04 Pearson, Mrs.
1904-06 Baxter, A.
1904-08 Begg, Miss
1904 Currie, Miss
1904-06 Harris, E.
1904-07 McLean, L.
1904 Merrylees, Miss
1907 Marshall, Mrs. M.
1907 Whall, B.M. (at J. & P. Hutchison, steamship agents, 31 Hope St.)
1908 Ellis, Wm. H., insurance broker, Athenaeum
1908 Hay, David Allan, C.A. (of Milwain, Murray & Hay, chartered accountants, 113 St. Vincent St.)
1909-12 Nimmo, John (of Nimmo & Co., oil merchants and colliery furnishers, 13 Pitt St.)
1913 Mather, Alex. (of Wilson Brothers & D.G. Howat & Co., muslin manufacturers, 91 Mitchell St. & 21 Muslin St., Bridgeton)
Across Granby Lane to 60 Great George Street (2 Granby Place) Next door to 1 Sardinia Place (64 Great George St.)
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