Property Search Results
The results below are in three sections. The first confirms the address you searched on, including details of any previous addresses used by the property. This may be because of street renumbering c 1930, or a street name change.
The second section lists all known previous residents at the property, based on historical records. These are mainly old Glasgow Post Office Directories to 1939, and valuation rolls from 1875 to 1925. They mostly predate the gardens but there are now a few records for these properties too. If any item in the results appears clickable, you’re in luck – it likely links to articles on the website covering that property or individual in more detail.
The third section contains some historical notes on the whole street.Property ID: 148
|No||Street||From||Until||Former No||Former Street||Historical Notes|
|29||Regent Park Square||1865||1931||34||Regent Park Square||c.1865|
|Thomas McIndoe||1865||Glasgow Post Office Directory|
|John Wilson||1874||Glasgow Post Office Directory|
|Daniel Mcnicols Trustees||Owner||1875||Valuation Roll|
|John B Borthwick||Tenant Occupier||1875||Valuation Roll|
|William R Arthur||Owner Occupier||1885||Valuation Roll|
|Empty||1886||Glasgow Post Office Directory|
|Mrs Agnes Mackissocks Trustees||Owner Occupier||1895||Valuation Roll|
|Reverend Alexander Clark||Owner Occupier||1905||Valuation Roll|
|The Glasgow School of Confectionery & Sweetmaking||The Clark Sisters||1908||1910||Glasgow Post Office Directory|
|George M Stuart Dr James Park And Eliza G||Owner||1915||Valuation Roll|
|Eliza G Helen M And Julia S Clark||Tenant Occupier||1915||Valuation Roll|
|George M Stuart Dr James Park And Eliza G Clark||Owner||1920||Valuation Roll|
|George Ponton||Tenant||1920||Valuation Roll|
|George M Stuart Doctor James Park And Eliza G Clark||Owner||1925||Valuation Roll|
|George Ponton||Tenant||1925||Valuation Roll|
|Miss L Hardie||1939||Glasgow PO Directory 1939-40|
|Regent Park Square||First occupied in 1864 (eg. Robert Sinclair 15 RPS).|
Both sides were occupied by 1865.
Built by Daniel McNicol.
To be known initially as Annita Place, but name changed when it was constructed.