11 Westbank Terrace,
From 1879 known as 4 Westbank Terrace to 1880, as 12 Westbank Terrace to 1882, as 28 Smith Street to 1888, as 12 Westbank Terrace to 1905, and as 40 Smith Street to 1930. Now 104 Otago Street.
No occupant given until 1860
1860-61 Leech, William Bell, writer, 45 Union Street and at 176 West George Street
1860-64 Lyon, Mrs. Geo. (Beatrice), shareholder
1861-66 Bell, Miss Martha
1861-62 Buchanan, Robt., publisher & editor of "Sentinel"
1861-63 Hooker, Mrs. Isabella, landed proprietor (painter of Old Hillhead House ?)
1862-66 Bost, Timothy (of A. Bost & Co., metal brokers and commission agents, 119 St. Vincent St.)
1862-69 McNairn, John (of Brown & Houston, American produce and commission merchants, 66 Miller Street)
1863-66 Tudhope, John
1864-72 Laing, Frederick A., English teacher, West-end Schools
1864-74 Sinclair, John, merchant
1866-72 Nicol, David, teller, Clydesdale Bank, Miller St.
1867-69 Street, Mrs., board & lodging
1868-79 Forbes, Robt. (at Mann, Byars & Co., retail warehousemen, 12 Argyle St.)
1868-70 Kerr, Rev. John, LL.D., mathematical lecturer, Free Church Normal Seminary
1869-70 Kerr, Mrs.
1869-70 Penman, David, glass & china merchant, 267 Sauchiehall St.
1871-77 Birrell, David (of G. & D. Birrell, chain, anchor, iron, coal & lime merchants, 62 Jamaica St.)
1871-79 McKenzie, Mrs.
1873-74 Lowe, Ralph, manufacturer & commission agent, 132 West Nile St.
1874-76 Nelmes, Miss, Berlin wool repository, 113 Sauchiehall St.
1874-77 Silk, Thomas, billiard table maker, 373 later 557 Sauchiehall St.
1876-90 Chamberlain, John (at Okell, Douglas & Fash, later Neil Smith & Co., later Burrell & Chamberlain, ship store merchants, 48 York St.)
1876-77 Koenig, Adolph (at Scott Brothers, iron merchants, 22 Renfield St.)
1876-80 Pullar, James T.
1878-82 Forsyth, Wm. C. (of Forsyth & Son, merchants, coal, iron, chemical & mineral brokers, commission agents, 71 Waterloo St.)
1878-82 Philip, Rev. James, Free Church, Lyon St.
1880-88 Chamberlain, Wm.
1880-99 McBrayne, Miss/Mrs.
1882-87 Pullar, Miss(es)
1883-90 Chamberlain, Geo. M. (at J. Blackburn, Son & Co., wholesale stationers & fancy goods merchants, 384 Rutherglen Road)
1883-90 McPherson, Mrs. John
1886-91 Blyth, Robt. G., iron & commission merchant, 147 West Regent St.
1890-1906 White, Maurice O., commission agent, 48 Ingram St.
1891-93 Robinson, G.F.
1891-93 Tudhope, J.
1892-1903 Edmiston, John G. (at Geo. Mason & Co., optical, chemical & photographic apparatus makers, 180-186 Sauchiehall St.)
1896-97 Knox, James, H.M. Customs
1896-1906 Sweet, W.C.
1901-06 McPherson, L.
1903-07 Sutherland, Wm.
1907 No occupant given until 1908
1908 Cooper, Hugh W., violin & watch maker, 75 Dundas St.
1909-12 McLaren, Rev. Wm. Gray, Church of Scotland Hospital chaplain
1909 Wainwright, A.E., teacher of music
1909 Wilson, John, missionary, Pollock U.F. Church
Next door to 9 Westbank Terrace (102 Otago Street) Next door to 13 Westbank Terrace (106 Otago Street)
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