7 Radnor Street, Kelvingrove
Temple Bar Place
Known as 3 Radnor Street before 1875.
No occupants given until 1873
1873-80 Brownlie, Wm., lithographer, show card & patent oil paint tablet manufacturer, 134 Main St., Anderston
1873-79 Caldwell, Hugh, manufacturer, 25 South Frederick Street, later of Hugh Caldwell & Co., manufacturers, 59 Hutcheson St.
1873-80 Dickie, Thomas, cashier (at Henry Monteith & Co., Turkey red dyers & calico printers; works, Blantyre & Barrowfield)
1873-82 Main, David, commission merchant, 17 South Frederick Street
1873-77 Meikle, James, dairyman, 341 St. George's Road
1873-77 Steven, Andrew jun. (at John Ure & Son, Crown Flour Mills, 66-68 Washington St.)
1877-82 Davie, Alex. (of Wm. McGeoch & Co., house furnishiug ironmongers, 113 Argyle St.)
1877-82 McCrae, John (of Singleton, Dunn & Co., timber, ship & insurance brokers, commission merchants, 27 Union St.)
1878-83 Kean, Mrs James, wine & spirit merchant, 212-214 Kelvinhaugh St.
1878-81 Park, Wm. G., district manager, Briton Life & Britannia Fire Association, 69 St. George's Place
1880-84 Kirkaldy, Wm., iron, steel & commission merchant
1881-88 McKissock, Peter (of P. McKissock & Co., masons & builders, 37 Minerva St.)
1883-86 Arnott, James
1883-85 Hunter, Alex., writer, 188 St. Vincent St.
1883-87 Lawrie, Thomas, manufacturers' agent, 54 Miller St.
1883-85 Martin, Robt., wine merchant, 9-11 Bell St., 98-100 Old Kelvinhaugh Road & 352-354 Main St., Bridgeton
1884-89 Wands, Alex., wine & spirit merchant, 31 Darnley St., Pollokshields
1886-94 Ferguson, Robt., wood measurer (of James MacGregor & Ferguson, wood measurers, Yorkhill Wharf)
1887-90 Peden, James, wholesale wine merchant, 246 West George St.
1888-98 Paton, Hugh, shipwright, 129 Finnieston Street
1889-90 Gibson, Wm. (at Millar, Son & Torrance, warehousemen, 2 National Bank Buildings. Queen St.)
1889 McMillan, John (at D. Davis & Son, watch manufacturers & wholesale jewellers, 12 Gordon St.)
1889-1914 Martin, Mrs. R. (Jane), wine & spirit merchant, 98 Old Kelvinhaugh Road
1890-1907 Dunlop, Miss A. dressmaker
1891-99 Smillie, Samuel, coppersmith and brassfounder, Havelock Copper Works, 71 Lancefield St.
1893-1900 Gillespie, Geo., wine & spirit merchant, 170 Dumbarton Road, 242 Berkeley St. & 9 Stobcross St.
1899-1901 Kennedy, R., chief canvasser E. Coast Railway, 37 West George St.
1899-1908 Miller, James, tea & provision merchant, 229 Dumbarton Road & Partick Cross
1900-14 Thom, Robert C. (Wallace & Thom, wholesale hardware merchants & jewellers, 43 Virginia St.)
1908-12 Conley, James, agent, United Society of Boilermakers & Iron & Steel Shipbuilders
Next door to 5 Radnor Street Next door to 9 Radnor Street
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