55 Wilton Street,
Known as 85 Wilton Street before 1904.
No occupants given until 1900
1900-02 Marshall, Herbert H., manager (Thomas Hodge & Co., manufacturers & warehousemen, tailors, clothiers & general outfitters, costumiers, dressmakers, mantlemakers & milliners, dealers in carpets, beds, bedding, china, glass, earthenware, ironmongery & general house furnishings, 42-60 Main St. & 11-25 Bishop St., Anderston)
1900-03 Stewart, Charles, iron and metal merchant
1901-10 Barron, M.
1901-03 McAllister, Mrs.
1901-08 Murray, Jas. S.
1901-02 Sinclair, John H., storekeeper, 23 York Street
1902-04 Hopps, R.H.
1902-03 Penman, R.
1902-04 Gibson, W.
1902-04 Halliday, D.
1903-04 Callan, H.
1905-14 Porter, Hance, plumber and gasfitter, 746 New City Road
1910 Forsyth, Geo. (John Forsyth & Sons, engineers, iron & machinery merchants, commission agents, Oakbank Works, Mathieson Road)
1910 Tait, Robt., painter & glazier, 14 Wilton St.
1909 Melvin, Geo., manager
1913-14 Bell, Alex., clerk
1913-14 Brown, James, engineer
1913-14 Frame, Josiah, traveller
1913-14 Weir, Robt., tenter
1914 Brown, James, engineer (Hugh Baird & Sons Ltd., maltsters, malt flour manufacturers, hop & grain merchants, 29 St. Vincent Place)
Across Wilton Crescent Lane to 49 Wilton Street Next door to 65 Wilton Street (12 Wilton Crescent)
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