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Who lived at 23 Elgin Terrace

Next door to 21 Elgin Terrace (90 Hyndland Street)      Next door to25 Elgin Terrace (86 Hyndland Street)

Start - EndName, occupation and work address
1861 - 1866Fairlie, John, house factor (at Hamiltons & Co., merchants, 5 Victoria Place, West Regent Street)
1861 - 1863Simpson, Andrew
1862 - 1867Allester, David (of Allester & Co., seed & commission merchants, 41 West Howard Street)
1863 - 1864Simpson, James
1863 - 1866Wyllie, Wm., teacher, Partick Academy
1864 - 1867Simpson, Andrew
1866 - 1867Reid, Mrs.
1867 - 1871McCraw, Archd., timber merchant
1867 - 1869Paterson, Mrs. R.
1867 - 1873Stewart, Alex., accountant and house factor, 128 Union Street, later at 114 West Nile Street
1871 - 1881Bissett, Wm., teacher, Anderston Street Public School, Partick
1872 - 1876Bruce, Mrs.
1873 - 1875Young, Wm., builder
1875 - 1878Parker, Wm. S. (at A. & J. Inglis, engineers & shipbuilders, Whitehall Foundry, 64 Warroch Street ; shipbuilding yard & slip dock, Pointhouse)
1878 - 1899Harvey, James, slip-dock foreman, Pointhouse yard
1880 - 1898Bruce, Robt.
1881 - 1883Dunbar, Alexander A. (at Wm. McKinnon & Co., East India merchants, 110a Wellington Street)
1881 - 1883Dunbar, Mrs. A.
1890 - 1900Morton, Wm., plumber, gasfitter and sanitary engineer, 1 Anderson street, Partick
1898 - 1898Brown, T.S., commission agent, 11 Miller Street
1899 - 1905Randall, H.
1905 - 1914McIntyre, John, grocer and tea merchant, 259 Byres Road
1909 - 1910Putt, T.H., admiralty overseer
1910 - 1914Blair, Archibald (at A. & J. Inglis Ltd., engineers & shipbuilders, 64 Warroch Street ; shipbuilding yard & slip dock, Pointhouse)