27 St. Vincent Crescent,
Known as Stobcross Crescent before 1851.
No occupant given until 1855
1855-65 Train, Thomas, commission agent, agent for Gilkison & Hunter, distillers, Campbeltown, & Robert Younger, brewer, Edinburgh, 179 Argyle St.
1856-66 Hamilton, James (of Robert Barclay & Curle, wood & iron ship-builders, boat-builders, joiners, blacksmiths, painters & blockmakers, 59 McAlpine St. ; slipdocks, Broomielaw & Clydeholm, Whiteinch)
1856-59 McFarlane, Samuel (of John King & Son, powerloom-cloth manufacturers & merchants, Canada Court, 78 Queen St.)
1858-66 Peden, Adam, hosier & glover, 171 Argyle St.
1859-62 Goldie, James, central police chambers, later civil engineer
1862-75 Clark, David, merchant, commission & insurance agent, 40 Union St.
1865-68 Hunter, Geo., wool & commission merchant, 54 St. Enoch Square
1866-73 Peden, Mrs.
1867-70 Taylor, James (of Turnbull & Co., manufacturing chemists, 37 West George St. ; works, Camlachie)
1868-71 Kirkwood, R. Reid, merchant & commission agent, 137 W. Regent St.
1870-72 McNee, Wm., wine & spirit merchant, 546 St. Vincent St. & 216 Dumbarton Road
1871-72 Duncan, Fred., R.N.R., superintendent, marine office, 12 James Watt St.
1871-73 Logan, Archd., M.D., 184 Main St., Anderston
1872-80 Barton, Hugh (of Barton & Co., ship-store merchants, 27 Oswald St.)
1872-77 Smyth, Wm. H. (at F.B. Lecky, merchant, 39 Gordon St.)
1873-80 Miller, James F. (of James Miller & Co., rivet & screw manufacturers, 204 Stobcross St.)
1875-78 Clark, Mrs.
1877-79 Edgar, Rev. Robt., Cranstonhill U.P. Church
1878-80 Glass, Charles (of Charles Glass & Co., publishers & printers, 85 Maxwell St.)
1879-81 Campbell, Rev. J.M., minister, or chaplain to seamen, Seamen's Chapel
1880-90 Barton, Mrs.
1880-83 Greenlees, James, bootmaker, 464 Argyle St., 153 Cowcaddens & 7 Dowanhill Place, Partick
1880-82 Stevenson, James, flag & banner maker, 197 Dumbarton Road
1882-86 Gow, James D. (at James Hay & Sons, steam-ship owners & brokers, 111 Union St.)
1883-84 MacKenzie, Geo., jun., photographer, 195 Dumbarton Road
1886-87 Hunter, Alex., writer & notary public, 188 St. Vincent St.
1886-87 McVinnie, Robert, ship chandler, smith, copper & tinsmith, ship furnisher & ironmonger, 69-73 Finnieston St.
1887-89 Cameron, John, music & general publisher, 83 Dunlop St.
1887-90 Lang, James, superintendent engineer (at Geo. Smith & Sons, merchants and shipowners, 45 W. Nile St.)
1887-90 Wallace, James (at G. & J. Burns, steam shipping office, 30 Jamaica St.)
1889-90 Lowe, Rev. T. Hill, incumbent, St. John's (Episcopal) Church, Cranstonhill
1890 No occupant given until 1895
1895-1903 Dickson, Wm.., stationmaster, Central Station
1895-99 Robertson, R. (of R. Robertson & Son, oil merchants, importers & agents, paint & varnish manufacturers, Bridge St. Station Buildings, 33-35 Commerce St.)
1896-1901 Williams, John, railway contractor
1897-1902 McKellar, D., stevedore, General Terminus and Queen's Dock
1897-99 Williams & White
1900-07 McKinlay, Wm. (at Stevenson & Co., wholesale warehousemen, 37 Queen St.)
1901 Lamond, James, cashier (at Mitchell, Watson & Co., accountants & stockbrokers, 30 Renfield St.)
1902-05 Morris, Mrs.
1903 Allison, Thomas, station superintendent, Central Station
1906 McMillan, Mrs. Christina
1907-11 Anderson, H.A.S. (of Anderson, Grant & Co., motor agents, 345-347 St. Vincent St.)
1908 Lamond, Geo. L., cashier (at M. Robin & Son, wine & spirit merchants, 188-204 Howard St.)
1912-13 Lorkin, F., wine & spirit merchant, 68 Cranston St.
1914 Henry, Charles
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