11 Hillborough Terrace,
Now known as 4 Southpark Avenue, originally as Ann Street.
No occupant given until 1875
1875-88 Faulds, Robt., merchant, 79 West Regent St., later at 80 Renfield Street
1875-79 Faulds, Thomas
1875-83 Milne, Dr. James M., analytical and consulting chemist, 144 West Regent Street
1877-80 Gartley, Geo. T., 82 St. Vincent Street
1879-80 Grey, John, artist, studio 179 West George Street
1880-81 Boath, Wm.
1880-83 Keay, Miss
1880-84 Ramsay, J.G. (of Ramsay & Co., manufacturers of shirts and clothing by steam power, and trousers by special machinery, 63 North Frederick Street)
1883-89 Gladstone, Rev. Geo., minister, N. Dundas St. E.U. Church
1884-86 Algie, James
1884-89 Smith, William Alex. (of Smith, Findlay & Co., shawl manufacturers, 22 West Nile Street)
1884-89 Walker, Miss
1886-89 Faulds, Thomas
1888-89 Faulds, John
1888-99 Stewart, Mrs. David
1890-1903 Easton, Robert
1890-94 Pitcairn, Mrs. Andrew
1891-95 Roberton, Mrs.
1894-97 Pitcairn, Miss
1897-1907 Findlay, Mrs.
1898-1900 McLaren, John W., writer (of J.F. McLaren & Co., writers and notaries, 134 St. Vincent St.)
1898 Thomson, Miss A.
1898-99 Wallace, D.
1900 Stewart, A. McP., India rubber & asbestos manufacturer, 52 Oswald St.
1901-03 Stewart, Miss
1901-06 Watson, Mrs.
1903-06 Armstrong, James Walker, I.M., measurer, 136 Wellington St.
1904-10 MacKinlay, Wm., solicitor (of James Stevenson & Mackinlay, solicitors, 67 W. Regent St. and at Millport)
1912 Brodie, John Boyd, civil engineer, 141 West George St.
Around the corner to 10 Hillsborough Terrace (2 Bower Street, formerly Bruce Street)
Across Rokeby Lane to 2 Southpark Avenue (Rokeby Terrace) Across Bower Street to 10 Southpark Avenue (1 Hillsborough Square)
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