33 Lansdowne Crescent,
No occupant given until 1877
1877-80 Allison, P.S., hide, bark & leather factor & commission agent, 26 Ingram St.
1877-78 Armitt, Thomas Napier, underwriters' wreck agent & surveyor, underwriters' rooms
1877-79 Galloway, R.L., wine and spirit merchant, 126 New City Road
1877-85 Tulloch, John, sausage manufacturer, 279 Argyle St.
1878-87 Tulloch, Wm. (of Alston & Tulloch, ship brokers, 11 West Nile St.)
1879-80 Parker, Samuel, surveyor, Royal Engineer Department, Royal Engineer's Office
1879-93 Thomson, John (at Phoenix Iron Works, 94 Garscube Road)
1880-86 Jardine, Wm. McLeod, accountant. Union Bank, 2 Trongate, later Inspector's Department, Union Bank of Scotland Ltd., Ingram St.
1880-85 Thompson, E.J., hosier & draper, 193 New City Road
1880-81 Wylie, George John (of Wylie & Co., )
1880-81 Wylie, Hugh (of Wylie & Co., )
1881-83 Hill, Ebenezer
1882-85 Tulloch, John, sen.
1884-86 Kay, John
1884-85 Mitchell, Andrew, warehouseman
1884-88 Stewart, John A., master mariner
1887-1904 Jarvie, Mrs.
1887-90 MacRae, Mrs. Catherine, wine & spirit merchant, 2 Swan St. & 102 Cedar St.
1887-90 Smith, David (of Smith & Boyle, later of David Smith & Co., whisky brokers, 132 later 95 Bath St.)
1888-89 Prain, John (at Wm. Gentles & Co., paper hangings, manufacturers, importers of picture frame & decorative mouldings, brush & glass merchants, dealers in paintings, oleographs & chromes, 338 Sauchiehall St.)
1888-90 Prain, Mrs.
1889-1912 MacInnes, Miss C., dressmaker
1891-94 Cruickshanks, James K. (at Summerlee & Mossend Iron & Steel Co., makers of pig-iron & of iron & steel, 172 West George St.)
1893-94 Boyd, J. Mitchell, commission merchant, 57 Miller St.
1894-97 Clark, Mrs.
1895-1910 McCoull, Thomas, smith, gasfitter & bellhanger, 146 West Nile St., later 216 St. James's Road, later 6 North Oswald St., later 54 later 64 Port-Dundas Road
1895-98 Stern, J.M., jeweller
1896-97 Stern, Martin, merchant tailor, 29 Gallowgate
1897-98 Stern, Bremner & Co., chair manufacturers, 48 French St.
1898-99 Stern, Sam. (at the Glasgow Chair Co.)
1899-06 Carmichael, J.S. (at Walter Duncan & Co., East India merchants, 137 W. George St. & 45 Renfield St.)
1901-12 Paterson, Agnes, teacher, (Free Normal School later Stow College)
1904-06 McKechnie, John, consulting marine engineer, 342 Argyle St., later at 153 St. Vincent St.
1906-10 Lamb, W. Lindsay, teacher of music, Glasgow College of Music
1908-09 McEwan, Duncan, commercial traveller
1910-12 Wilson, Andrew, wine & spirit merchant, 256 Parliamentary Road
1911 McCormack, Malcolm, wine & spirit merchant, 641 New City Road
1911 McDonald, John, principal officer, School Board Offices, 129 Bath St.
1911 Williamson, Wm. A., tourist agent (of Wm. A. Williamson Ltd., tourist, travel, railway & steamship agents, 115 Hope St.)
1911 Williamson, Miss H.T., certificated medical masseuse
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