3 Great Kelvin Terrace,
Now known as 8 Bank Street.
No occupant given until 1850
1850-61 Houston, John G., writer, insurance agent, 11 Miller St., later 71 Queen St., later 32 Royal Exchange Square (of J.G. Houston & Aikman, writers, 98 W. Nile St.)
1861-67 Aikman, Rev. John Logan, Anderston U.P. Church
1867-73 Farmer, Wm., grocer, 1 & 2 Craiglaw Place, 531 & 533 Great Western Road
1873-88 Bell, James Taylor (of J. & F. Bell, tobacco manufacturers, 39 & 43 Brunswick St., & tobacconists, 12 Main St., Bridgeton)
1888 No occupant given until 1889
1889-98 Wilson, Alex. (of Hydepark Foundry Co., ironfounders, 54-74 Finnieston St., & Sharp, Stewart & Co. Ltd., locomotive engine builders & machine tool makers, Atlas Works, Springburn)
1898-1912? McCallum, Dougall, wright, glazier & cabinetmaker, later of D. McCallum & Sons, wrights, glaziers, and cabinetmakers, 20 Otago St.
1904-11 McCallum, Mrs.
1911-13 McCallum, Peter
1913 No occupant given until after 1915
Next door to 2 Great Kelvin Terrace (6 Bank Street) Next door to 4 Great Kelvin Terrace (10 Bank Street)
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