Oakfield Avenue, Hillhead
Formerly known as Wilson Street
Originally 13 Nelson Terrace, before 1879
No occupant given until 1859
1859-64 Clark, Wm., architect (of Clark & Bell, architects, 51 St. Vincent Street)
1859-69 Findlay, John, wright and builder, later of John Findlay & Co., wrights and builders, 56 Woodlands Road
1859-69 Struthers, Miss
1860-62 Farmer, Wm., grocer & provision merchant, 1 Craiglaw Place, Great Western Road
1860-62 Hutcheson, Mrs.
1860-62 Pryde, David, English teacher
1861-70 Muter, Thomas (of Turner & Muter, fancy dress manufacturers, 14 West Nile Street)
1863-69 Findlay, John Nelson (at John Findlay & Co., wrights and builders, 56 Woodlands Road)
1863-72 White, James, H.M. Customs
1864-68 Nichol, James, secretary's department, Corporation Water Works, 23 Miller Street
1866-77 Barlas, David, accountant, 8 Prince's Square
1868-73 Blyth, Robt. G.
1868-74 Ewing, Geo. Edwin, sculptor, 152 Hope Street
1870-78 Ewing, Miss
1870-72 Moorhead, Robt. (of Sinclair, Moorhead & Co., produce and commission merchants, 24-26 Oswald Street)
1871-78 Nicol, David, teller, Clydesdale Bank, Miller Street
1873-78 Findlay, J. Nelson (at John Findlay & Co., wrights and builders, 60 Woodlands Road & 6-8 West Cumberland (now Arlington) St.)
1874-79 Burns, Miss
1875-78 Wells, Andrew, house and church decorator, 206 West George Street
1876-87 McLean, Robt., writer & notary public, agent, Bank of Scotland, 155 Great Western Road
1878-88 Galloway, Michael, boot and shoemaker, 9-11 Cambridge Lane & 23 Great Western Road
1879-81 Heylieger, Mrs.
1880-81 Bruce, Mrs. J.K.
1880-81 Findlay, John
1883-85 Campbell, Archibald, musical instrument maker, pianoforte and music seller, 77 Jamaica St.
1883-85 Campbell, Mrs. A.
1885-86 Watson, Charles P., newspaper advertising agency, 134 St. Vincent Street
1888 No occupant given until 1891
1891-94 Arthur, Charles (of J. & M.P. Bell & Co. Ltd., manufacturers of china, earthenware & sanitary ware, Glasgow Pottery, Stafford St.)
1894-1904 Alexander, Miss
1894-95 Renwick, Robt. M., superintendent (Eastern Telegraph Co. Ltd., 6 Royal Bank Place)
1895-97 Berry, A.
1895-1907 Simpson, R.W. (of R.W. Simpson & Co., colliery agents and merchants, 68 West Regent St.)
1898-1909 Morrison, Mrs.
1900-04 Thomson, Rev. James, Free Church minister
1900-04 Thomson, J.H., British Linen Bank, Queen St.
1901-06 Neilson, Mrs. R.
1905-06 Herschel, A.E.H. (of Robt. MacLehose & Co., University Press, law, mercantile & general printers & bookbinders, Anniesland & 128 Renfield St.)
1906-10 Duncan, Mrs. Hugh
1907 Simpson, Mrs.
1909-13 Morrison, Kenneth A. (at Train & McIntyre Ltd., brewers, distillers and wine merchants, 60 Wellington St.)
1913 Muir, Miss
1913 Speirs, Thos. D.
Next door to 21 Oakfield Avenue Across Glasgow Street to 27 Oakfield Avenue
Around the corner to to 16 Glasgow Street (15 Nelson Terrace)
Across Oakfield Avenue to 18 Oakfield Avenue
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