64 St. Vincent Crescent,
Known as Stobcross Crescent before 1851.
No occupant given until 1852
1852-57 Stephen, Alex., shipbuilder. (of Alex. Stephen & Sons, wood & iron shipbuilders, 15 Windmillcroft, slip-dock & building-yards, Kelvinhaugh)
1857 No occupant given until 1858
1858-60 Johnston, Wm. D., secretary, North British Insurance Co., 102 St. Vincent St.
1860-65 Bonar, Rev. Andrew A., Free Church, Finnieston
1865 No occupant given until 1866
1866-69 Smith, James (of Smith & Wellstood, American stove & range manufacturers & founders, 11 Dixon St.; works, Bonnybridge)
1869 No occupant given until 1870
1870-72 Johnston, Thomas (at Merry & Cuninghame, iron & coal masters, 127 St. Vincent St.)
1870-73 Bell, Mrs. E.M.
1873-79 Thomson, Rev. Peter, B.D., minister, Kelvinhaugh Parish Church
1879-80 Green, Rev. Geo. G., M.A., minister, Cranstonhill U.P. Church
1880 No occupant given until 1885
1885-87 Kinghorn, J.M. (Caledonian Railway, 302 Buchanan St.)
1887 No occupant given until 1888
1888-90 Stevenson, John (at J. McNairn, later J. McNairn & Co., American, continental & colonial produce & commission merchant,167 Ingram St.)
1889-90 Stevenson, Wm., miller, grain & produce merchant, 65 Oswald St.
1890-96 Hamilton, John, agent, Commercial Bank of Scotland Ltd., Stobcross branch, 119 Dumbarton Road
1896-1905 Hamilton, Mrs. John
1905 No occupant given until 1906
1906 Girvan, Archd. R., mason
1907 Girvan, John, LL.B., writer (of McClure, Naismith, Brodie & Co., writers & commissioners for oaths for English, Irish & Colonial Courts, 77 St. Vincent St.)
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