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Who lived at 7 Walworth Terrace

Next door to 6 Walworth Terrace (66 Kent Road)          Next door to 8 Walworth Terrace (74 Kent Road)

Start - EndName, occupation and work address
1859 - 1861Brodie, Misses, teachers and teachers of music
1859 - 1866McLeod, Peter, writer (of McLeod & Ralston, writers, 161 Hope Street)
1860 - 1869Bowie, Andrew, engineer, mill-wright, smith, machine & vice maker, 116 Cheapside Street
1860 - 1865Ritchie, Wm. Wyse (of Ritchie & Co., clothiers, tailors & hatters, 39 Gordon Street)
1860 - 1861Sinclair, James, merchant
1862 - 1864Bedgar, John H. (of Bedgar, Neilson & Co., corn merchants, 20 Hope Street)
1862 - 1867Dunlop, Matthew, merchant (of Dunlop Brothers, flour & spirit factors, Stockwell Place)
1862 - 1876Elplick, Geo., billiard table proprietor, 36 West George Lane & 206 North Street, later of Geo. Elphick & Co., wine merchants & cigar importers, 174 Hope Street
1862 - 1865Strachan, Alex., commission merchant, 76 Wilson Street
1864 - 1865Carter, A. (of Carter & McNab, trimming manufacturers & warehousemen, 145 Argyle Street)
1864 - 1867Carter, Frederick A. (of Carter & McNab, trimming manufacturers & warehousemen, 145 Argyle Street)
1866 - 1875Clark, Daniel (ofArthur & Co., wholesale warehousemen & manufacturers, 78 Queen Street)
1867 - 1877Crawford, Andrew (of Andrew Crawford & Co., drysalters, 48 Gordon Street)
1867 - 1874Hamilton, Archd. (of Archibald Hamilton & Son, grain and flour merchants, 39 Robertson Street)
1867 - 1870Marshall, Alex., wright, 9 Havelock Street, Anderston
1867 - 1870Ramsay, P. (of P. Ramsay & Co., brush, waterproof, cloth and india rubber manufacturers, 29 Jamaica Street)
1870 - 1872Davidson, M.
1872 - 1874Duvoisin, Madame, teacher of French
1872 - 1874Patrick, Miss J., teacher of music
1872 - 1875Reid, Rev. Wm., minister (retired), U.P. church
1872 - 1875Struthers, Madame, teacher of French
1872 - 1875Taylor, Benjamin (of Thomas Taylor, merchant & commission merchant, 16 Bothwell Street ; stores, 133 Street Vincent Lane)
1874 - 1875MacKie, Mrs.
1875 - 1881Dittmar, Wilhelm, professor of chemistry, Andersonian University
1875 - 1876Duvoisin, Madame, teacher of French
1875 - 1876Machin, Alex. (of Machin & Park, fruit and produce brokers, 39-43 Montrose Street)
1875 - 1891Elphick, Mrs. Geo.
1875 - 1883Malcolm, Mrs.
1876 - 1891Elphick, Miss, teacher of pianoforte
1876 - 1881Skinner, David, grain & flour factor, 16 Hope Street
1877 - 1881Mutter, Wm. Arthur (of Wm. Arthur Mutter & Co., wine brokers, 180 Hope Street)
1877 - 1880Primrose, Edward (of Thomas Primrose & Son, tinplate workers, gasfitters & gunpowder flask manufacturers, 28 York Street, & Primrose & Munro, house & ship furnishing ironmongers, tin-plate workers, gasfitters, bellhangers & American importers, 254 Argyle Street)
1877 - 1878Sharp, Robert, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 87 Pitt Street
1878 - 1880Stevenson, Daniel M. (of Boustead & Dunbar, shipbrokers & coal exporters, 13 Dixon Street & at Arcade, Greenock)
1880 - 1881Montgomery, Charles
1880 - 1881Skinner, Mrs.
1880 - 1883Reid, Rev. Wm., minister, U.P. Church (retired)
1883 - 1884Pirie, John (of Duncan & Pirie, ladies' & gentlemen's tailors & clothiers, 339 Argyle Street)
1883 - 1884Duncan, Thomas (of Duncan & Pirie, ladies' & gentlemen's tailors & clothiers, 339 Argyle Street)
1884 - 1885Bell, W.C.. (at Peter Dennistoun & Co., ship owners & insurance brokers, 372 Argyle Street)
1884 - 1887Hamilton, Wm. (of Wm. Hamilton & Co., tea, coffee, wine & spirit merchants, 133 Main Street, Anderston & 71 Victoria Road, Crosshill, family grocers, 352 Dumbarton Road & 361 Paisley Road ; warehouse & store, Cameron Court, 128 Main Street, Anderston)
1885 - 1888Melville, John
1887 - 1889Barclay, James, Prudential Assurance agent, & fancy Berlin wool shop, 14 Charing Cross
1887 - 1893Murdoch, Wm. (of Wm. Murdoch & Co., engineers, 20 Carlton Place)
1888 - 1890Taylor, Miss Fanny, dressmaker
1889 - 1891Holborn, Alex. (of Wm. Annacker, South Woodside Sausage Works ; branches, 511 Sauchiehall Street, 2 Wellington Arcade, 3 Belmont Place, Hillhead, 16 Grosvenor Place, Dowanhill, 77 Maxwell Road, Pollokshields & 73 Victoria Road, Crosshill)
1889 - 1890King, J.
1889 - 1892Urie, Mrs.
1890 - 1894Biggar, James (at Richard Munro & Co., shipping, export & general coke & coal merchants, 160 Hope Street)
1890 - 1891Linck, Mrs. F.W.
1891 - 1895Greenlees, Thomas (of Peter Robertson, india-rubber & gutta-percha merchant, engine packings, valves, joints, machinery belting, hose, elastic stockings, belts, agent for hair, roofing & sheathing felts, tallow, oils, waste, waterproof warehouse, 32 Queen Street)
1892 - 1894McCowan, Wm.
1892 - 1893MacLachlan, Dr.
1893 - 1894MacNiven, D. (of MacNiven & Co., clothiers, 72 Queen Street)
1894 - 1894Simpson, Mrs.
1895 - 1899Murray, David R. (of Robert McVinnie & Co., ship furnishing ironmongers, 69 & 85, Finnieston Street)
1897 - 1900McIntyre, Hugh, marine surveyor, 17 Oswald Street
1898 - 1907Govan, Mrs.
1898 - 1907Urie, Thomas, provision merchant, 232 Dumbarton Road
1898 - 1900Graham, M.
1899 - 1901Bell, Dr. Peter Gordon, M.D., physician, 108 Stobcross Street
1900 - 1906Baird, Hugh, retired schoolmaster
1900 - 1903Michie, George, oil & colour merchant & drysalter, 18 Anderston Quay
1902 - 1905Hunter, S.D.
1904 - 1908Mathieson, D.
1905 - 1909MacLellan, Rev. J.C., minister, Street Parish Mark's Church
1908 - 1913Ferguson, John, manufacturers' agent, 40 Union Street
1911 - 1911Duncan, Henry, manager (at James MacNaughton & Rankin, saddlers & harness makers, 110 Bath Street)
1911 - 1911Sinclair, John W., janitor, Mitchell Library, North Street
1912 - 1912McMeekin, T., firelighter manufacturer, 23 Fleming Street
1912 - 1912McMillan, J.