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Who lived at 4 Edelweiss Terrace

Around the corner to 3 Edelweiss Terrace (60 Gardner Street)    Next door to5 Edelweiss Terrace (35 Partickhill Road)Across Gardner Street to39 Partickhill RoadAcross Partickhill Road to30 Partickhill Road

Start - EndName, occupation and work address
1889 - 1896Bain, Capt. John (of Stobo & Bain, marine surveyors, 163 StreetVincent Street)
1889 - 1893Cassels, Frederick A. (of F. & J. Cassels, flour and grain importers, 55 Waterloo Street)
1890 - 18921890-92    Weir, Andrew (of Andrew Weir & Co., shipowners, ship and insurance brokers, 71 Waterloo Street)
1891 - 1896Guthrie, Robt. A. (at Guthrie, MacDonald, Hood, & Co., ship and insurance brokers and shipowners, Corn Exchange Chambers, 29 Waterloo Street)
1894 - 1899Mowat, Wm. (at Mowat & Muir, manufacturing confectioners (wholesale and export), 79-93 East Nelson Street)
1896 - 1903Honeyman, Wm.
1897 - 1909Duncan, Mrs.
1898 - 1905Guthrie, Geo., writer (of Nicolson, MacWilliam & Co., writers, 226 West George Street)
1898 - 1901MacFie, Rev. Wm. G. minister, Partick East U.P. Church
1900 - 1903Grant, Rev. James, minister, Partick Congregational Church
1900 - 1902Smith, Wm., superintendent engineer
1901 - 1908Templeton, Rev. Thomas, M.A., minister, Hillhead Congregational Church, University Avenue
1904 - 1904Ferrier, James A., manufacturing jeweller, 13 South Exchange Place
1905 - 1911Mann, Capt. A.J.
1905 - 1910Raeburn, James S., cashier (at James Spencer & Co., manufacturers, 1 Princes Square)
1905 - 1909Raeburn, James jun. (of Burton, Son & Sanders Ltd., sugar millers, syrup refiners, almond & spice grinders & bakers' sundriesmen. Park st., Kinning Park)
1906 - 1914Campbell, John, Middleton Ship Yard, Govan
1908 - 1908McNiven, Donald, licenced grocer, 262 Dumbarton Road and 37 Merkland Street
1911 - 1913Mann, Eleanor H.
1911 - 1911Steel, Miss