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Who lived at 4 Craiglaw Place

Around the corner to 3 Craiglaw Place       Next door to 5 Craiglaw PlaceAcross Oakfield Avenue to2 Oakfield Avenue (12 Belgrave Terrace)

Start - EndName, occupation and work address
1854 - 1855Bain, John (of John Turnbull & Co., sewed muslin manufacturers, 22 Bothwell Street)
1854 - 1857Shanks, Charles
1854 - 1856Marshall, A.S.
1854 - 1856Young, Miss
1856 - 1860Lyon, Mrs. Geo.
1857 - 1877Bruce, Peter (of Bruce & Co., paper makers, South Woodside Mills)
1857 - 1858Dewar, J., wine & spirit merchant, 3 Craiglaw Place
1859 - 1860Hooker, Mrs.
1860 - 1862Sawers, Geo., merchant, 136 Buchanan Street
1861 - 1869Smith, James, registrar of births, marriages & deaths, Milton District, 102 Burnside Street, Milton
1862 - 1874Drynan, James, Caledonian Railway
1862 - 1864Gordon, Mrs. Adam
1862 - 1878Smyth, Hugh F., agent, N.S. Savings Bank
1863 - 1866Browne, John (of John Browne, John, & Co., Berlin wools & trimming warehouse, 93 Buchanan Street), smallwares, Hamilton Place
1865 - 1877Burns, Mrs. Dr.
1865 - 1869Templeman, Mrs.
1866 - 1869Templeman, James, patent fuel manufacturer, Foundry open, off Gallowgate
1868 - 1872Aitken, Robt. (at George Morrison & Co., commission merchants, worsted and woollen yarn agents, 62 Queen Street)
1871 - 1879Browne, John, millinery, drapery & hosiery, 56-60 Hamilton Place & 2 Buckingham Buildings
1877 - 1879Bruce, Miss
1879 - 1902Skimming, Mrs., hosiery & wool, 1-2 Craiglaw Place (67-69 Great Western Road, Hillhead)
1880 - 1883Lauchlin, R.
1881 - 1887Dougan, John, surgeon, later consulting and contracting engineer
1885 - 1902Campbell, Miss, dress and mantle maker
1889 - 1902Robertson, Mrs.
1902 - 1902Graham, Wm., plumber, 3 Wilson Street (Oakfield Avenue)
1902 - 1903Skimming, Misses, draper, 1-2 Craiglaw Place (67-69 Great Western Road, Hillhead)
1903 - 1911Manson, Alex., wholesale confectioner, 48-52 Street Enoch Square, 105 Buchanan Street, 13 Gordon Street, 37 Renfield Street & 350 Duke Street
1908 - 1911Cameron, Wm. M., iron and steel merchant
1910 - 1910Cowan, R. (of R.A. Cowan & Co., yarn and cloth agents, 93 Hope Street)
1910 - 1912Smith, Dugald, assistant agent (The National Bank of Scotland Ltd.)