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Who lived at 6 Ardgowan Terrace

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Start - EndName, occupation and work address
1881 - 1894Bell, Geo., photographer, 57 Argyle Street
1881 - 1889Hislop, I. & J., milliners & dressmakers, 168 Trongate & 139 New City Road
1881 - 1882Hunter, John, wine importer & restaurateur, Stock Exchange Restaurant, 71-73 Street George's Place
1881 - 1882Mill, Wm. (at David & Wm. Henderson & Co., engineers, boilermakers & iron shipbuilders, Meadowside Graving Docks & shipbuilding yards, Partick & Finnieston steam ship works, 30 Lancefield Quay)
1882 - 1883Arnott, James
1882 - 1885Halket, James, clothier, 98 Glassford Street
1882 - 1898McMichael, Hugh
1883 - 1886McConnell, J.E., engraver, 144a Broomielaw
1883 - 1886McConnell, John, plumber (of Cameron & McConnell, plumbers & gasfitters, 144a Broomielaw)
1885 - 1886Frazer, John, marine superintendent (Patrick Henderson & Co., merchants, ship & insurance brokers, 15 St. Vincent Place)
1885 - 1886Scott, Mrs.
1885 - 1902Murray, David, cutter (at J. Gemmell & Co., tailors & clothiers, ladies' habit & jacket makers, 2-6 Royal Exchange Square & 143 Queen Street)
1886 - 1896Caldwell, Mrs.
1886 - 1894Finlayson, Duncan, supervisor of Inland Revenue, 280 George Street
1886 - 1899Fraser, John, marine superintendent (Patrick Henderson & Co., merchants, ship & insurance brokers)
1886 - 1888Guthrie, James (at Thom & Cameron, West India merchants, shipowners, coopers, hoop & stave merchants, rectifiers, export wine & spirit merchants, 100-120 Piccadilly Street ; makers of methylated spirits, 66 Warroch Street & 45 Anderston Quay ; bonded stores, 93-105 Cheapside Street & 57-59 James Watt Street; office, 93 Cheapside Street)
1886 - 1887Peck, James J., manager (at Napier, Shanks & Bell, engineers and shipbuilders, Yoker)
1888 - 1889Wishart, Henry S., commission agent, 123 W. George Street
1889 - 1894Fergus, P.R., electrician (at Wm. Harvie & Co., electric light engineers & ship lamp manufacturers, 222 Broomielaw)
1893 - 1902Smith, Andrew (of A. & R. Smith, plumbers, brassfounders & tinsmiths, 58 Anderston Quay)
1894 - 1902Clapperton, Wm. John, organist and teacher of music
1894 - 1895Dickson, Nicholas (at Morison Brothers, publishers, booksellers, stationers, printers & map-mounters, 99 Buchanan Street)
1897 - 1898Wood, Archd., accountant, 104 W. George Street
1899 - 1906Grierson, John, carting superintendent, Glasgow & South Western Railway, 172 High Street
1899 - 1906McMichael, Hugh, shipowner
1899 - 1914Hunter, Wm., Inland Revenue, 280 George Street
1899 - 1899Wardlaw, Joseph, wine merchant, 161 West Nile Street
1903 - 1904Griffith, Wm.
1904 - 1910Buchanan, Capt. William (of Wm. Buchanan (Trustees), steamboat owners, 10 Bridge Wharf)
1904 - 1905Learmouth, Miss H.C.
1904 - 1904McFarlane, Thomas L. (at Neilson, Shaw & MacGregor, general warehousemen, milliners, dressmakers & house furnishers, 44 & 54 Buchanan Street)
1906 - 1911Cook, Andrew (of Wm. Cook & Sons (Glasgow) Ltd., Saw & File Works, 24 Elliot Street & 93 Houldsworth Street, Cranstonhill)
1913 - 1913Watson, John, representative (McDowall, Steven & Co. Ltd., ironfounders, Glasgow & Laurieston Iron Works, Falkirk)
1914 - 1914Carson, Wm. Ralston, boilermaker, 90 Kelvinhaugh Street