1 Holyrood Crescent, North Woodside
No occupants given until 1862
1862-65 Brown, Thomas (of Hutcheson & Brown, ship & insurance brokers, brokers for the sale, purchase & charter of steam & sailing vessels, agents, 14 Maxwell St.)
1862-68 Dickson, Miss E., Berlin & French fancy repository, 243-5 Sauchiehall St.
1862-81 Hutton, John ((of J. & A. Hutton, commission agents, 68 later 12 Gordon St.)
1863-68 Dickson, Miss
1865-67 Penman, Alexander, marble cutter & sculptor, 16 Hope St.
1865-89 Penman, Mrs. Alexander
1865-74 Warden, Mrs. James
1866-70 Morrison, Mrs. John
1866-68 Stanford, Edward, C.C., manager, British Seaweed Co. Ltd., chemical manufacturers, 83 West Regent St., captain, 19th Regiment Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers, Orderly Room, 179 West George St., Drill Hall & Staff Head Quarters, 201 Parliamentary Road ; Rifle Range 800 yards, Possil
1867-75 Warden, Archd. (at Robt. Denniston & Co., merchants, 97 Buchanan St., later of Richardson, Denniston & Co., merchants, 53 Virginia St.)
1869-70 Maxton, Wm., 97 Buchanan St.
1869-70 Morrison, John
1870-74 Harold, James (at Andrew Anderson, Fordyce & Co., warehousemen, 103-105 Glassford St.)
1871-73 Paul, Thomas A.
1874-82 Maxwell, John, saddler and harness maker, 81 Renfield St.
1874-81 Watt, Alex. (of Watt, Brothers & Co., oil and produce merchants, 10 Bothwell Lane)
1874-81 Whitham, Mrs., professor of piano and singing
1877-80 Watt, Charles (of Watt, Brothers & Co., oil and produce merchants, 10 Bothwell Lane)
1880-82 Law, Mrs. John
1881-82 Rutherford, Robert P. (at Rutherfurd Brothers, warehousemen and manufacturers, 48 Ingram St. & 6 John St.)
1882-83 Brown, Colin M. (at Macleod & Reid, tobacco merchants, 17 Cadogan St.)
1882-85 Haddow, Walter
1882-1902 Miller, Miss
1883-85 Paterson, Mrs. James
1884-95 Inglis, Wm., pawnbroker, 230 Garscube Road & 27-29 Orchard St., Partick
1885-1908 Jackson, Robert (of Robert Jackson & Sons, military, naval & merchant tailors, ladies', boys' & youths' tailors, bicycle tailors & outfitters, pulpit & bar robe makers, 1 St. Vincent Place & 161 Queen St.)
1885-90 Jackson, Walter H. (of Robert Jackson & Sons, military, naval & merchant tailors, ladies', boys' & youths' tailors, bicycle tailors & outfitters, pulpit & bar robe makers, 1 St. Vincent Place & 161 Queen St.)
1886-90 Harvey, James, M.A., teacher. Highland Society School, 69 Montrose Street
1890-95 Inglis, Wm. R., jun., pawnbroker and jeweller, 29 Orchard St.
1892-1900 McCarthy, Wm., supervisor, later supervisor of Inland Revenue, 280 George St.
1892-1905 Penman, D.H.
1895-1902 Murray, Geo. R. (of G. & D. Murray, clothiers, 71 later 68 St Vincent St. & 40 West Nile St.)
1900-04 Foulds, John, merchant, 24 George Square
1902-07 Douglas, Daniel (Glasgow Patent Moulders' Blacking Co., ironfounders' blacking manufacturers, Fleming St., Port-Dundas)
1903-07 Trench, Mrs.
1908 Chalmers, Malcolm, agent (at Wm. C. Gray & Sons (Ayr), carpet manufacturers, 87 Union St.)
1908-12 Lyle, John (at George Gordon & Co., shipowners, 48 West Regent St.)
1909-10 Lyle, John (of Clyde Structural Iron Co. Ltd., iron roof and bridge builders, Scotstoun)
1910 Penman, David H., stockbroker
1910-12 Roy, Mrs.
1911 McConnell, David, traveller
Next door to 2 Holyrood Crescent
Around the corner to 360 Great Western Road
Across Holyrood Crescent to 27 Holyrood Crescent
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