224 North Woodside Road
6 Thornton Terrace
No occupant given until 1873
1873-75 Davidson, John, wright
1873-75 Robertson, James W., sergeant, Royal Engineers, sergeant-major 1st Lanark Engineer Volunteers, 115 West Campbell St.
1874-76 Clark, James, bank clerk
1874-77 Gibson, J.
1874-76 McNaughton, Charles
1874-76 Miller, Wm.
1874-75 Morton, J.G.
1876-79 McDonald, John (of Urquhart, McDonald & Co., commission agents & merchants,119 Virginia Place)
1876-79 Mitchell, David, cabinetmaker & upholsterer, 66 New City Road, later at 80 Park Road
1876-88 Simpson, John, butcher, 391 New City Road
1877-79 Forgie, John (of J. & M.J. Forgie, hay, straw & grain merchants, 405 & 421 Garscube Road)
1878-81 McGavin, David, timber merchant, 47 Napiershall St.
1881-82 Leighton, Wm.
1884-85 McDonald, Thomas, missionary
1885-86 McDonald, Finlay H, commercial traveller (at Archd. Arrol & Sons, brewers & merchants, Alloa Brewery, Alloa ; office, 16 Dixon St.)
1885-90 Morgan, John, painter & decorator, 8 Windsor St., New City Road
1886-88 Rathie, R.W., commercial traveller (with W.G. Rathie & Co., wholesale tea & coffee dealers, 81 Robertson St.)
1887-90 Norris, Robt., tea merchant and grocer, 395 Garscube Road
1888-89 Carter, Francis Edward, photographer, 73 Stirling Road
1890-98 Warnock, John, City Chambers, 285 George St.
1892-93 MacIntosh, Alex., managing secretary, Robert Burns Lodge of Oddfellows, M.U., No. 1882
1892-95 Norris, Robt., tea merchant and grocer, 395 Garscube Road
1893-95 Whyte, James, postman, G.P.O.
1894-1902 Kay, John, postman, G.P.O.
1898-99 McDonald, Hugh, provision merchant, 98 Abington St.
1898-1902 Ross, Miss
1902 No occupant given until 1913
1913 McCreath, Wm. C, plumber and heating engineer, 72 Cromwell St.
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