12 Kelvingrove Street,
Called 8 Kelvingrove Place before 1856.
No occupant given until 1855
1855-62 Holm, John, surveyor of inland revenue, stamps & taxes, 52 Virginia Street
1855-57 McPherson, Hugh, clothier & hatter, 165 Buchanan St.
1855-56 Murray, James, shawl manufacturer, 51 Wilson St.
1855-56 Richardson, Alex., rector, Sandyford Academy
1857-63 Barbour, Robt., plumber and lead merchant, 118 Bothwell St.
1857-58 Cree, Alex., upholsterer & cabinetmaker, 27 Gordon St. ; works, Cranstonhill
1857-63 Elliot, James, commission merchant, 1 Prince's Square, 48 Buchanan St.
1857-58 McKenzie, Ewen, draper, 416 Argyle Street
1857-59 Sinclair, Robt., writer, 14 Miller Street
1857-60 Spence, David G., writer and notary public, 119 St. Vincent St.
1859-62 Cowans, Marianne, teacher, 72 Brown Street
1859-62 Parker, Dugald (of D. & J. Parker, tea merchants & wholesale grocers, 27 Turner's Court, Argyle St.)
1859-60 Ross, Alex. (of McArthur, Ross & Co., Scotch tweed & woollen shawl warehousemen, 40 Ingram St.)
1859-60 Wilson, James
1860-65 Laing, Wm. (of J.R. & W. Laing, curling stone & handle manufacturers, 51 Brunswick St.)
1861-65 Bell, John D., office, 32 Ann Street
1861-63 Laing, Mrs. James
1863-64 Boyd, Alex., teller, Bank of Scotland, Laurieston
1863-65 Heggie, Geo.
1863-67 Wainwright, Mrs.
1863-72 Wright, John T., teacher of singing and pianoforte
1864-69 Alison, James
1864-67 Thomson, G.G.
1865-66 Currie, Alex., baker & confectioner, 28 Westminster Terrace
1865-69 Wallace, H. (of H. Wallace & Co., boiler makers, 64 Lancefield St.)
1866-71 Robertson, James, portrait painter, artist and photographer, 126 Sauchiehall St.
1866-68 Wilson, John, wine and spirit merchant, 228 Hope St.
1867-75 Gray, James (of James & John Gray, wholesale hat & cap manufacturers, 43 Argyle St.)
1867-72 Howie, Mrs. Robt.
1867-85 McMillan, John (of McMillan & Morrison, block makers, joiners & turners, 58 Anderston Quay)
1868-69 Forbes, Dugald, writer, 184 Buchanan Street
1869-72 Lyall, Wm. (of Lyall's English shoe shop, 351 Sauchiehall Street)
1871-79 Stoddart, James, commission merchant, 131 Buchanan St.
1872-75 Coltart, John
1872-87 Howie, John
1872-75 Lyall, Mrs. Wm.
1872-74 Scott, Wm.
1874-76 Aitken, Mrs.
1874-80 Anderson, Mrs.
1874-75 Coltart, James (of Bourne & Coltart, skirt manufacturer, 4 Montrose St.)
1875-76 Davidson, Robt. (of K. & R. Davidson, letterpress printers, 33 Virginia St.)
1875-1902 Fair, Wm. (at David & Wm. Henderson & Co., engineers, boilermakers, iron shipbuilders, Meadowside Graving Docks & shipbuilding yards, Partick & Finnieston steam ship works, 190 Elliot St.)
1875-77 McMillan, Miss, milliner, 16 Kelvingrove St.
1876-94 McKim, James, chemist
1876-1902 McKim, John, M.D.
1879-84 Parker, John, engineer, Clyde Bank Foundry
1881-82 Gray, James
1882-89 Bruce, Robt., iron merchant, 112 Warroch Street
1882-83 McKenzie, John Ford, measurer, architect & civil engineer, 58 Bath St.
1883-86 Duff, Wm. (at D. Davis & Son, watch manufacturers & wholesale jewellers, 12 Gordon St.)
1885-89 Bell, W.C. (at Peter Dennistoun& Co., ship owners & ship & insurance brokers, 372 Argyle St.)
1885-87 McMillan, Mrs. John
1886-89 Muir, Mrs. James
1887-92 Bowie, Geo., engineer
1888-90 Lumsden, James
1888-89 Shand, Alex., inspector of buildings, 266 St. Vincent St.
1890-92 Swinburne, H.P., superintendent of agents, General Assurance Co., 141 West George St.
1891-99 Wallace, John, consulting engineer and steamship surveyor, 29 Waterloo St.
1892-99 McKenzie, Charles, journalist, "Daily Mail" office, 106 Union Street
1893-94 Wiseman, Robt., clothier, 52 St. Enoch Square
1894-99 Watson, John, plumber and gasfitter, 11 McIntyre St.
1899-1906 Dodd, Wm., cooper, 17 School Wynd
1899-1906 McDonald, Wm., teacher, Washington Street School
1902-03 McKim, Miss
1902-11 Spears, Thomas (of Thomas Spears & Co. Ltd., dealers in teas, coffees, provisions, groceries, hardware & general household & toilet requisites, dispensing chemists, druggists & patent medicine vendors, St. George stores, 27 Gt. Western Road)
1903 Hamilton, Robt. (of Robt. Hamilton & Sons, carting contractors, 50 Lymburn St.)
1908 MacKay, John, agent (Scottish Temperance League, 108 Hope St.)
1908-09 Watt, Alfred E., statistical clerk, Public Health Dept.
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