Oakfield Terrace, Hillhead
Known as 89 Oakfield Avenue, formerly Wilson Street.
Now demolished for the University of Glasgow
No occupant given until 1850
1850-54 Barclay, Thomas, writer, 41 Virginia St.
1854 No occupant given until 1857
1857-58 Reid, James, maths master, Glasgow Academy
1858-59 Reid, John Robert (of Joseph Reid & Co., ship owners and agents, 54 Broomielaw)
1858-59 Reid, Joseph (of Joseph Reid & Co., ship owners and agents, 54 Broomielaw)
1859 No occupant given until 1862
1862-67 McNab, Allan, teacher of writing and book-keeping, High School
1867-68 Traill, Rev. Wm., M.A., Kelvinside Free Church
1868-70 Burns, Rev. Islay, professor Free Church College
1870-74 Nicoll, Rev. James, M.A., minister, Free St. Stephen's, New City Road
1874-76 Ewing, Geo. D., sculptor, 225 Hope Street, later at 287 Bath Street
1876 No occupant given until 1877
1877-79 Begg, Wm. H. (at H.A. Begg & Co., wholesale outfitters and shirtmakers, 34 Argyle St.)
1879-83 Jeffrey, James, M.A., headmaster, City Girls' School, 74 John St.
1883-87 Wingate, Mrs.
1887-89 Jeffrey, James, M.A., headmaster, City Girls' School, 74 John St.
1889 No occupant given until 1890
1890-93 MacDonald, John (of John Macdonald & Son, coal masters, 18 Renfield St. ; depots, Caledonian Railway, St. Rollox & Haghill, Duke St.)
1891-93 Macdonald, H.C. (of John Macdonald & Son, coal masters, 18 Renfield St. ; depots, Caledonian Railway, St. Rollox & Haghill, Duke St.)
1893-98 Kidston, J.B., writer (of Kidstons, Watson, Turnbull & Co., writers, 50 West Regent St.)
1898-1903 Drew, Wm. jun., local secretary, Westminster Fire Office, 24 St. Vincent Place
1903 No occupant given until 1909
1909-11 Gray, Mrs. Cooke
1911 Turner, Mrs. Ella M.
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