51 St. Vincent Crescent,
Known as Stobcross Crescent before 1851.
No occupant given until 1851
1851-56 Sinclair, Robt., merchant (of Robt. Sinclair & Co., shirt-makers, linen merchants & bleachers, 175 Argyll St.)
1851-56 Stirling, Francis, merchant, 17 Royal Exchange Square
1856-68 Brown, James, shipmaster
1856-60 Winchester, Wm. (of Winchester & MacGibbon, glass & china merchants, 69-75 Argyle St. & 66 Jamaica St.)
1860-63 Fairley, Geo. (of W. & G. Fairley, wholesale ironmongers, iron merchants, saddlers' ironmongers, paint & glass merchants, smiths, lock & hinge makers, 86-88 Maxwell St.)
1863-76 White, Alex., commission agent, Virginia Buildings, 43 Virginia St.
1868-75 Cochrane, Thomas (of Grieve & Cochrane, tobacco and snuff manufacturers, 10 McPherson St.)
1875-76 Mitchell, Mrs. Alex.
1876-78 Brown, James D. (at Gibson Brothers & Co., manufacturers, 1 National Bank Buildings, 47 Queen St.)
1876-79 MacEacharn, C.A., 122 Wellington Street
1876-79 McEacharn, John (at Robt. Napier & Sons, engineers & shipbuilders ; office, Lancefield house ; engine works, Lancefield Foundry ; building-yard at Govan ; boiler works, Vulcan foundry, 75 Washington St.)
1878-84 Robertson, Captain Wm., master mariner
1879-86 Brown, (Capt.) Francis, marine superintendent (at George Smith & Sons, merchants & shipowners, City Line of steam & sailing ships to India, 101 St. Vincent St.)
1885-91 Welch, Thomas M., engineer (at A. & J. Inglis, engineers & shipbuilders, Whitehall Foundry, 64 Warroch St. ; shipbuilding yard & slip dock, Pointhouse)
1886-89 Gow, James D. (at James Hay & Sons, steamship owners and agents, 111 Union St.)
1891-1908 Middleton, Frederick (of Watson & Middleton, wholesale whisky, brandy wine & tea merchants, 19-21 Oswald St.)
1891-95 Wilson, Mrs. Annie
1895 Cameron, Archd., wine & spirit merchant, 50 Cheapside St.
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