32 St. Vincent Crescent,
Known as Stobcross Crescent before 1851.
No occupant given until 1851
1851-58 McDougall, Ronald, leather merchant, leather factor & bark merchant, 11 St. Enoch's Wynd & 12 Maxwell St.
1851-53 Ramsay, James
1853-56 Jamieson, Joseph, oil merchant & refiner, 109 Clyde St., Anderston
1856-62 Knox, John, gala plaid & shawl manufacturer, 73-77 Brunswick St.
1860-63 Shaw, Thomas (of Maurice Ogle & Son, booksellers & stationers, 1 Royal Exchange Square, Queen St.)
1863-65 Somerville, James, house painter, 129 Dumbarton Road
1864-65 Bunn, Mrs.
1865-66 Reid, Robt.
1865-68 Smith, Hugh (of Smith & Knox, grain and commission merchants, 13 Hope St.)
1866-76 Clark, John
1868-71 Glen, Peter, house proprietor
1871-74 Struthers, Wilson, brassfounder (of Steven & Struthers, brassfouuders, 32 Elliot St.)
1874-76 Brown, James D. (at Gibson Brothers & Co., , manufacturers, 1 National Bank Buildings, 47 Queen St.)
1876-85 Duncan, Miss Agnes
1876-85 Somers, John, steam-power letterpress printer & lithographer, 75 East Howard St.
1885-88 Carrick, James, heating & ventilating engineer, 43 Bothwell St.
1886-95 Reid, John, manager (at Robt. Murdoch & Co., mild-steel warehouse, 212-214 Holm St.)
1889-99 Thyne, Capt. James, Clan line of steamers, 109 Hope St.
1899-1900 Thyne, Mrs.
1900 No occupant given until 1903
1903 McLean, Mrs. Allison
1903-07 Smith, W.
1908 Yuill, Wm., foreman moulder, ironfounder (at Hydepark Foundry Co. Ltd., ironfounders, 52-74 Finnieston St.)
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