57 St. Vincent Crescent,
Known as Stobcross Crescent before 1851.
No occupant given until 1852
1852-54 McLallan, W.
1853-56 Kerr, James M., wine merchant (of MacGeorge & Kerr, wine & spirit merchants, agents for Bass & Co., brewers, Burton-on Trent, 78 Mitchell St.)
1853-59 Wright, Henry, seedsman (of Fowler & Wright, seedsmen and nurserymen, 101 Union St. ; nurseries, Govan Road)
1854-56 Dunn, Andrew, metal broker & commission merchant, 135 Buchanan St.
1856-64 McLintock, John (at James Black & Co., manufacturers & calico printers, 23 Royal Exchange Square)
1856-57 Remington, Robt., sewed muslin warehouseman, 86 Buchanan St.
1856-59 Sinclair, James (of Sinclair, Smith & Co., commission & produce merchants, 15 Dixon St.)
1857-59 Smyth, Spelman J., H.M. Customs
1860-65 Morrison, Mrs.
1860-64 Moyes, William Blake, English teacher, Glasgow Academy
1860-63 Skene, Alex., commission agent, 3 St. Enoch Square
1863-66 Barber, Geo., naval architect & surveyor of Government steamships, Custom-house
1864-81 McKerrow, Wm. (of Gavin & McKerrow, manufacturers, 144 Queen St.)
1865-66 Barrow, F.A., drysalter & commission agent, glass, oil & colour merchant, 62 Howard St.
1865-74 Dunlop, David, commission merchant, 97 West George St.
1866-68 Aiton, John, civil engineer
1866-68 Robertson, Robt.
1868-75 Virtue, John, clothier, 13 Main St., Anderston, later of Virtue, McCallum & Ramsay, hat & cap manufacturers, 76 Howard St.
1869-70 Robertson, Mrs. Robt.
1870-75 Orr, Wm., jun. (at George Smith & Sons, merchants & shipowners, 200 Argyle St.)
1874-75 O'Neil, John, clothier, 13 Main St., Anderston
1875-76 Stewart, John, coal merchant
1876-81 Stewart, Robt. (at J. & A. Stewart, Glasgow Veneer Saw Mills, wood merchants & wooden moulding manufacturers, Kelvinhaugh St.)
1877-79 Brown, James, warehouseman (of Dunbar & Brown, drapery warehousemen, 30-34 Main St., Anderston)
1878-81 Virtue, John (of Virtue, McCallum & Ramsay, hat & cap manufacturers, 76 Howard St.)
1880-85 Paterson, James (at Matthew Muir & Sons, Tradeston Mills, Commerce St.)
1882-94 Reid, James, stationer & account-book manufacturer, 144 Argyle St.
1882-90 Taylor, Mrs. James
1883-84 Murray, James, manufacturer, 80 Buchanan Street
1884-93 Wallace, R.C. (of R.C. Wallace & Co., engineers, pump makers & ship smiths, Finnieston Quay, Queen's Dock)
1886-1905 Brown, Capt. Francis, marine superintendent (at George Smith & Sons, merchants and shipowners, 45 West Nile St.)
1891-1905 Lang, James, superintendent engineer (at Geo. Smith & Sons, merchants and ship owners, 45 W. Nile St.)
1893-94 Barbour, Wm.
1894-96 Reid, Mrs. J.
1895-97 Wallace, John (of Ross & Wallace, straw bonnet & hat manufacturers & warehousemen, 70 Union St.)
1898-99 McLean, Mrs. J.
1900-04 Banks, Mrs. J.
1900-06 Lindsay, A.G., superintendent of police, Western Police Chambers
1906 No occupant given until 1907
1907-10 McFadzean, T.O. (at James Watson & Co., iron merchants, 7 Royal Bank Place)
1907 McFarlane, Parlane, manufacturers' agent, 24 Oswald St.
1908 Martin, Wm. (late Martin, Cleland & Taylor), wholesale & mercantile stationer, 17 Cadogan St.
1908-10 Webster, Mrs.
1911 Miller, Archd., teacher, Milton Public School
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