14 Napiershall Street, North Woodside
Also Known as 1 St. Mary's Place
No occupants given until 1870
1870-72 Fowlds, Misses
1872-82 Finlay, Alex. (of Finlay, Brothers & Co., packing case makers, 136 later 146 West Nile St. & East Bath Lane, later at 28 Avenue St., Bridgeton & Athenaeun Buildings, 116 Ingram St.), later artist ; studio, 128 Hope St.
1882 No occupants given until 1883
1883-84 McKilliam, Rev. Wm., minister, Free Church, Possilpark
1884 No occupants given until 1885
1885-91 Howatson, Thomas, British Linen Co. Bank
1885-87 Howatson, Mrs. Margaret, dressmaker
1891-99 Moncrieff, James, drysalter, foreign produce broker & oil merchant, 28 Cadogan St., later at 25 Wellington St.
1899-1904 Rintoul, M. & A., hosiers, glovers and shirtmakers, 122 Buchanan St.
1904-05 Cowan, D.L., commercial traveller
1905 No occupants given until 1912
1912 Halle, Madame Jennie B., dressmaker
Next door to 12 Napiershall Street (2 St. Mary's Place) Across Burnbank Gardens to 20 Napiershall Street
Around the corner to 41 Burnbank Gardens
Across Napiershall Street to 15 Napiershall Street
Back to Napiershall Street Numbers