24 St. Vincent Crescent,
Known as Stobcross Crescent before 1851.
No occupant given until 1854
1854-62 Cameron, John, wholesale stationer, bookseller & publisher, National Bank Buildings, 45 Queen St.
1855-64 Bawden, John, engineer, Vulcan Foundry
1855-58 Craig, Captain Robt.
1855-78 Craig, Wm., of Burnbrae
1855-63 Love, Wm., wholesale bookseller, stationer & news agent, 20 St. Enoch Square
1855-60 Scott, John, agent, 73 Hutcheson Street
1858-65 Dunlop, David, commission merchant, agent for sale, purchase & construction of steamers & ships, 107 Buchanan St.
1860-61 Fischer, Edmund, commission merchant, 11 St. Enoch Square
1860-63 Jackson, John jun. (of John Jackson & Co., grain & commission merchants, 6 Hope St.)
1861-63 Myers, David, measurer, 136 Buchanan Street
1862-65 Paton, Robt.
1863-66 Taylor, James (of Turnbull & Co., manufacturing chemists, 276 George St. ; works, Camlachie)
1864-65 Begg, Wm.
1864-67 Boyd, Wm., H.M. Customs
1864-66 McLean, Andrew (of Barclay, Curle & Co., wood & iron shipbuilders, engineers ; engine-works & slip docks, Stobcross ; building yards, Stobcross & Clydeholm, Whiteinch)
1865-84 Young, Robt. (of Wm. Walker & Co., corn factors, 34 Alston St., later 62 Robertson St.)
1866-75 Sheriff, Wm., supervisor of inland revenue, 13 Queen St.
1867-70 Lillie, James jun., clothier (of James Lillie & Son, clothiers, 45 Queen St.)
1867-69 Noble, Wm. (at Tillie & Henderson, manufacturers, 39 Miller St.)
1868-71 Lochhead, John, publisher, 249 Argyle Street
1869-75 McAusland, Henry C, commission agent, 25 Queen St.
1870-72 McLean, Wm.
1871-74 Love, Misses
1872-73 Duncan, Mrs. Alex.
1873-93 Hamilton, Mrs. Janet
1873-78 McLeod, Kenneth M., sanitary inspector, Sanitary Chambers, 14 Ingram St.
1875-84 Ferguson, John (of Ferguson, Lamont & Co., marine insurance brokers, 59 St. Vincent St.)
1875-84 Ferguson, Mrs.
1875-84 Hunter, Neil
1878-83 Graham, Peter R. (of Boston & Co., wholesale tea merchants, bonded & free storekeepers, 11 Oswald St., later at Semple, McLean & Reid, tea merchants, 88 Ingram St.)
1878-80 Rodger, Mrs.
1880-83 Clow, Henry, clothier, 10 Royal Exchange Square
1882-84 Speirs, John, cashier, British India Steam Navigation Co. Ltd., 203 W. George St.
1883-84 Carson, Mrs.
1884-94 Faulds, Alex. (of Faulds Brothers, brassfounders & model makers, 489 St. Vincent St.)
1884-86 MacKenzie, L.
1884-86 Melville, Miss
1884-88 Thislie, Mrs.
1886-92 Hamilton, David F., warehouseman, 91 Mitchell St.
1886-95 Lochead, John
1886-91 Stewart, James C. (at Burrell & Son, ship brokers & owners, 64 George Square)
1888-91 Croal, James
1888-92 Findlay, James (of Richard Munro & Co., coke and coal merchants, 160 Hope St.)
1891 Croal, Robert, engineer
1892-96 Ross, John (of Thomas Ross & Son, manufacturing goldsmiths, diamond merchants, watchmakers & silversmiths, 107 Buchanan St.)
1893-94 Hislop, Miss
1893-97 Kierney, Peter, wine & spirit merchant, 124 Stobcross St. & 48 McIntyre St.
1894-97 Cunningham, James, grain weigher, 1 Robertson St.
1895-1906 Creighton, Robt., butter & egg merchant, 131 Dumbarton Road & 401 Gt. Western Road
1896-1901 Brownlie, Thomas G. (cashier at Watson Brothers, ship owners & merchants, 5 Oswald St.)
1897-1910 Granger, Mrs./Miss
1898-1900 McNair, David, manager, Verreville Pottery
1900-07 Murdoch, Robt. at Stobcross Engine Works (Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd., shipbuilders & engineers; building yard, Whiteinch, Partick ; engineering works, 36 Finnieston St. ; boiler making & ship repairing works, 88 Kelvinhaugh St. ; head office, Whiteinch)
1900-1902 Sharp, George (of George Sharp & Son, masons & builders, 37 Holmhead St.)
1900-07 Murdoch, Wm. at Stobcross Engine Works (Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd., shipbuilders & engineers; building yard, Whiteinch, Partick ; engineering works, 36 Finnieston St. ; boiler making & ship repairing works, 88 Kelvinhaugh St. ; head office, Whiteinch)
1902-12 McLean, A.
1903-06 Wilson, J.R., superintendent, Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd., 71 Renfield St.
1906-12 Neilson, W.B., second master, Kennedy St. School
1907-08 Auld, James
1907-10 Speirs, Mrs.
1909-12 Young, John (of John Young & Co., cartage contractors, 282 Stobcross St.)
1912 Stewart, N. (of N. Stewart & Son, warehousemen, tailors & clothiers, 569 Argyle St.)
1914 Young, Miss
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