30 St. Vincent Crescent,
Known as Stobcross Crescent before 1851.
No occupant given until 1855
1855-58 Small, C.J. (of C.J. Small & Co., wholesale grocers & fruit merchants, 27 St. Enoch Square)
1856-77 Ferguson, Wm., commission merchant, 52 St. Enoch Square
1856-57 Rankin, Hugh (of Kaye, Findlay & Co., merchants & warehousemen, Queen Court, 62 Queen St.)
1856-64 Renwick, Wm. (of Renwick, Stenhouse & Co., merchants & drysalters, 101 St. Vincent St.)
1858-76 Cree, Alex., upholsterer & cabinetmaker, 27 Gordon St. ; works, Cranstonhill
1859-62 Nisbet, John (of A. & J. Nisbet, wholesale & furnishing ironmongers, 50 Union St.)
1863-65 Morrison, Hugh, wholesale & retail clothier & outfitter, 51-53 Jamaica St. & 1-7 Howard St.
1863-64 Renwick, Hugh (of Wm. Renwick & Co., merchants & drysallers, 180-182 Buchanan St.)
1864-78 McAdam, Wm., potter, glazed sewerage pipe, plumbago crucible & glass bottle manufacturer, block sheave maker, 45, 97 Hydepark St.
1866-67 Steele, A., 96 Elliot St.
1867-72 Clark, Archd. (of M. & A. Clark, merchants, millers & biscuit manufacturers, 15 St. Enoch Square ; works, Elliot St.)
1872-76 Muir, James (at Anderston Foundry Co., machine makers, iron founders & manufacturers of railway permanent way materials, 100 Cheapside St.)
1876-78 Dunbar, Alex. (of Dunbar & Brown, drapery warehousemen, 30-34 Main St., Anderston)
1876-81 Paterson, John, linen manufacturer & merchant, 7 John St., later of Paterson, Gibb, & Co., linen manufacturers & warehousemen, 12 St. Vincent Place
1877-87 Dundas, Robt., civil engineer (of Glasgow & Paisley, & Glasgow, Barrhead & Kilmarnock Joint Railways, 26 Bothwell St.)
1877-81 Hunter, Wm. R., wine merchant, 108 Argyle St. & 62 Argyle Arcade
1878-81 Fairley, Mrs.
1881-87 Lawson, John (of Dron & Lawson, engineers & machine makers, Cranstonhill tool works, 59 Elliott St.)
1881-89 Steven, John brassfounder, 32 Elliot St., Anderston
1883-1905 Greenlees, James, bootmaker, 464 Argyle St., 153 & 231 Cowcaddens & 7 Dowanhill Place, Partick
1887-89 Little, Mrs., boys' dressmaker
1889-1901 Reid, J. Miller, brassfounder, 110 Lancefield St.
1890-91 Murray, James, engine-room furnisher & oil merchant, 6-8 Brown St ; works, 31-33 Washington St.
1890-92 Niven, John, ship rigger, 71 Waterloo St.
1892-97 Richardson, Mrs. Annie K.
1893-99 Holt, Miss
1896-99 Greenlees, Geo., boot & shoe manufacturer, 8 Brunswick Lane
1897-1900 Sim, Wm., plumber & gasfitter, 83 Stobcross St.
1901-02 Murdoch, E.
1905 No occupant given until after 1915
Next door to 29 St. Vincent Crescent Across Corunna Street to 31 St. Vincent Crescent
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