13 Wilton Street,
Known as 9 Wilton Street before 1904.
No occupants given until 1874
1874-77 Robb, Charles (of Robb & Smart, general drapers, 79-81 Cowcaddens)
1877-79 Wight, John G. (at Alexander Hope jun. & Co., manufacturing chemists, Coatbridge Street, Port Dundas)
1879-81 Cooper, Hunter (at R. Laidlaw & Son, gas & water engineers, contractors, manufacturers of cast-iron pipes, gas & water meters, valves, iron & brass founders, Alliance Foundry, 147 East Milton St. & Broomhill Foundry, 358 Dobbie's Loan)
1879-85 Smith, Henry, inspector, North British Railway
1880-81 Hunter, Thomas, commission agent, 70 Brunswick Street
1882-84 Peacock, John D., stationer, bookseller, printer, bookbinder & newsagent, 229 Cambridge St.
1883-89 Twaddle, T.C.
1885-90 Low, John S., manager, 169 New City Road
1887-91 Paterson, Alex., teacher of singing
1890-92 Jarvie, James, joiner and builder
1890-91 MacDonald, John, cashier (at British & Foreign Mineral Water Co., mineral water manufacturers, 492-508 New City Road)
1892 No occupants given until 1894
1894 Jessiman, Miss Mary, dressmaker
1895-96 Gibson, H.F.
1895-97 McNeill, David (G.P.O.)
1896-1903 Graham, John B. (telegraph department, G.P.O.)
1899-14 Love, George, musician
1902 Jessiman, Wm.
1902-07 McMillan, Thomas, slater
1903-11 Meiklejohn, Alex. W. (at Wm. McLaren, Sons & Co. Ltd., warehousemen & manufacturers, 5 South Hanover St.)
1903-11 Meiklejohn, Miss
1909 Currie, Mrs. Jean P., costumier
1910 Harrison, Samuel, manager
1913-14 Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth
1913-14 Campbell, David, iron fitter
1913-14 Miller, Alex., blacksmith
1913 Shearer, John, salesman
1913-14 Stewart, James, shoemaker
1913-14 Turner, Wm., blacksmith
Next door to 5 Wilton Street Across Simpson Street to 17 Wilton Street
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