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Who lived at 12 Walworth Terrace

Around the corner to 11 Walworth Terrace (88 Kent Road)Across Kent Road to 86 Elderslie Street     Across Berkeley Terrace Lane to108 Elderslie Street (38 Berkeley Terrace)Across the Elderslie Street to117 Elderslie Street

Start - EndName, occupation and work address
1860 - 1861Frame, Colin, bookbinder, 90 Mitchell Street
1860 - 1863Millar, Wm. (of Hewit, Millars & Co., merchants, warehousemen & manufacturers, 44 Ingram Street)
1860 - 1872Muir, Wm., engineer, 85 Clyde Street, Anderston
1860 - 1864Owen, Thomas, veneer cutter, Whitehall Veneer Sawmill, 30 Whitehall Street, Anderston
1861 - 1862Ralston, Peter, photographer & calotypist, 195.5 Argyle Street & 11 Jamaica Street
1861 - 1862Robertson, Mrs.
1862 - 1866Clarke, Daniel, 83 Miller Street
1862 - 1864Learmouth, Wm., commission merchant, 4 Stormont Street
1863 - 1865Barclay, Thomas (of Barclay, Phillips & Co., ship-furnishing ironmongers & brassfounders, 17 Anderston Quay)
1863 - 1868Forrest, John, wholesale & retail grocer, 1 Stobcross Street & 399 Gallowgate
1864 - 1866McIntyre, A.
1864 - 1866Ure, Mrs.
1865 - 1867Crawford, Mrs.
1865 - 1869Hill, David
1866 - 1869Buchanan, Dr. (of Buchanan Brothers, chemists & druggists, Western Apothecaries' Hall, 275 Argyle Street)
1866 - 1872Muir, Hugh (of Muir & Caldwell, engineers, Scotia Engine Works, 116 Elliot Street)
1867 - 1872McLean, Peter (ofHarvie & McGavin, grain millers, Anderston Grain Mills, 27 Washington Street)
1868 - 1871Garie, John
1868 - 1873Garie, Mrs./Miss
1868 - 1870Minto, James
1869 - 1870Barr, Albany P.
1869 - 1873McDougall, Wm. (at F. Watson, baker, cook & confectioner, 8 Charing Cross & 166 Sauchiehall Street)
1870 - 1871Liddell, Charles, surveyor, Gas Office, 42 Virginia Street
1873 - 1884Feltoe, Francis, Inland Revenue officer, bonded store, 7 Wellington Street
1874 - 1875Aitken, Peter, jeweller & gas engineer, 21 Egyptian Halls
1874 - 1876Paterson, Mrs.
1875 - 1876Stewart, J.
1876 - 1877Cockburn, Wm. jun., veterinary surgeon, M.R.V.C.S., 112 North Street
1876 - 1877Munro, Donald, teacher, 94 Duke Street
1876 - 1878Munro, Allen
1877 - 1878Jamieson, James, iron merchant, 79 Robertson Street
1877 - 1879Mollison, Mrs. Wm., sen.
1878 - 1882Mollison, Miss
1879 - 1881Mollison, George (at Brand & Mollison, dyers, 66 Renfield Street & Napiershall dyeworks, 244-248 North Woodside Road)
1880 - 1890McGaw, Capt. John (at David MacBrayne, steamship owner, 119 Hope Street)
1880 - 1881Russell, Lewis, plumber and gasfitter, 342 St. Vincent Street
1881 - 1885Feltoe, S. & E., dressmakers and milliners
1881 - 1890Hutcheson, John (of Hutcheson & McCathie, wrights, 18 Terrace Street & 2 Bothwell Circus)
1881 - 1891McArthur, Wm., tailor and clothier, 341 Argyle Street
1883 - 1886McLean, Mrs. Peter
1886 - 1888McLean, John
1886 - 1888Munro, Robert, railway waggon & lorry waterproof cover tarpaulin manufacturer, steam pipe & boiler coverer & non-conducting cement manufacturer, 52 Bishop Street, Anderston
1886 - 1889Munro, Mrs. Robert
1887 - 1889Lindsay, Geo. G. (of Wm. Lindsay & Sons, plumbers and gasfitters, 165 Holm Street)
1889 - 1892Lindsay, Misses, dressmakers
1889 - 1891McKinnon, R.S.
1889 - 1894Polyklinik Dispensary
1890 - 1891McArthur, Andrew, accountant & property factor, 53 Waterloo Street
1890 - 1892Taylor, Miss Fanny, dressmaker
1891 - 1892Gilmour, Hugh, wine & spirit merchant, 21 Elderslie Street & 7 Greenhill Street
1891 - 1893MacLeod, Hugh, writer (of Ramsay & Macleod, writers, 194 St. Vincent Street)
1891 - 1893Spence, David, ironmonger & shopfitter, 83 Stockwell Street & 41 Robertson Lane
1892 - 1892Hunter, Daniel, corn factor, 27 Hope Street
1893 - 1894Barrowman, John (of J. Barrowman & Son, lime merchants & burners, 76 Lancefield Street)
1894 - 1898Adam, Thomas, dispensing chemist & optician, 440 St. Vincent Street
1898 - 1903McLean, Wm., cycle agent, 345-347 St. Vincent Street
1898 - 1898Johnstone, John, cashier (at Edward & Sons, gold & silver smiths, gem merchants, watch makers, 92-96 Buchanan Street)
1900 - 1902Campbell, Alex.
1901 - 1905McKinnon, Hugh
1902 - 1907Ormond, James, hosier, 42 Candleriggs
1902 - 1904Rankin, J.
1903 - 1905McGregor, John, flour sack merchant, 10 Catherine Place, Anderston
1905 - 1905McDougall, M.
1905 - 1905Dunn, Miss
1906 - 1909Laird, Mrs.
1907 - 1907Arneil, James (of J. Buchanan & Co., coach & motor car builders, 145 North Street)
1907 - 1911Glen, Charles (of Charles Glen & Co., manufacturing chemists, drysalters, wall paper dealers, fancy goods & wholesale general merchants, 162 Kent Road)
1907 - 1911McDougall, Samuel, tailor and clothier, 848 Argyle Street