69 St. Vincent Crescent,
Known as Stobcross Crescent before 1851.
No occupant given until 1853
1853-55 Gossman, Adam, wright, 40 Cadogan St.
1853-58 Lecky, Francis B., merchant, 14 Gordon Street
1853-56 Robertson, John, English, French & German basket & fancy toy warehouse, 39-40 Argyle Arcade
1854-56 Brown, James, shipmaster
1857-58 MacArthur, Duncan, wine merchant, 3 Croy Place & 17 Maxwell St.
1857-58 MacIntosh, John, European & Australian Royal Mail Co., 32 St. Vincent Place
1857-58 Millar, Leander (of Leander Millar & Co., lace & sewed muslin warehouse, 187 Buchanan St.)
1858-63 Bunting, David (at G. & J. Burns, steamers & railway printing office, 9 Buchanan St.)
1858-59 Stuart, David (at Arnott, Cannock & Co., warehousemen, 19 Jamaica St.)
1859-62 Dunlop, Mrs.
1859-60 King, Mrs. Wm.
1859-65 Yorkston, Alex.
1860-64 Browne, Geo., ship broker (of Browne & Watson, ship brokers, 80 Union St.)
1864-66 Bunting, David (at G. & J. Burns, steamers & railway printing office, 9 Buchanan St.; works, 85 Clyde St., Anderston)
1864-65 Kerr, James, manager for J.J. & G. Cooper, straw hat manufacturers & warehousemen, Madeira Building, 253 Argyle St.
1865-74 Roy, Wm. (of Taylor, Laughland & Co., merchants, 91 Buchanan St.)
1865-67 Williamson, James F., tea & tobacco merchant, 58 Oswald St.
1866-68 Torrance, Wm. B., commission merchant, 85 Queen St.
1867-68 McDonald, Peter, timber merchant, 56 Duke Street
1867-71 Mason, Robt. K. (at Stewart & McDonald, wholesale warehousemen, 5 Buchanan St. & 4-18 Mitchell St. ; retail, 21 Buchanan St.)
1868-71 Thomson, Wm. (of Reid & Thomson, wine merchants, 36 Royal Exchange Square)
1868-70 Williamson, James F.
1870-76 Galloway, John, city session clerk, 184 Buchanan St.
1871-78 Findlay, Wm. (of Wm. Findlay & Co , biscuit manufacturers, St.Vincent Biscuit Factory, 163 Dumbarton Road)
1871-78 McKellar, Hugh, ironmonger & tinplate worker, 73 Argyle St.
1876-81 Steven, John, brassfounder, 32 EUiot Street, Anderston
1877-79 Ramsay, Mrs. Patrick
1878-81 Bennet, Alex. (of Fleming, Bennett, & McLaren, coppersmiths & brassfounders, Elliot Place, Cranstonhill)
1878-81 Hamilton, John, registrar of births, &c., for Anderston district, 8 Minerva St.
1878-81 Ramsay, Thomas, 57 Miller Street, later at 125 Ingram Street
1881 No occupant given until 1884
1884-85 Dewar, Capt. Archd., manager, Sailors' Home & dining rooms, 150 Broomielaw & Queen's Dock
1884-93 MacKenzie, Andrew R., wine & spirit merchant, 159 Stobcross St.
1885-87 Ritchie, Capt. Andrew
1886-96 Pirrie, Wm.
1887-88 Black, John (of Arbuthnot & Black, carpenters & boatbuilders, 130 Cheapside St. & 109 Warroch St.)
1888-97 Lyall, John
1890-1903 MacKay, Mrs.
1893-95 Lowe, Rev. T. Hill, rector, St. John's (Episcopal) Church, Cranstonhill
1897-1900 Ashcroft, H.M.
1898-99 Sharp, Geo. (of George Sharp & Son, masons & builders, 37 Holmhead St.)
1899-1905 Paterson, Mrs. Robert
1900-02 Aitken, Mrs.
1901-06 Johnstone, J.A.
1906 No occupant given until 1907
1907 Isbester, Mrs. Lucy H.
1907 Porteous, Wm.
1909 Reid, James, shipbroker (of James Reid & Co., shipbrokers & coal shippers, 1 Robertson St.)
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