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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.

The third section contains some historical notes on the whole street.

Property ID: 66

NoStreetFrom UntilFormer No Former Street Historical Notes
12 Moray Place c. 1864.
Home of Rev Henry Erskine Fraser, first pastor of the UP Church on Langside Avenue, now St Helen's RC Church.
Home of William Buchanan, of Buchanan Bros, grain millers, 58-62 Dale St, Bridgeton. His brother James lived at 13 (now 28) Regent Park Square.
Home of H E Clifford, Architect. Brass plaque to that effect on wall.

NameAgeOccupation ProprietorNote FromUntilSource
Rev Henry Erskine Frazer 18651874 Glasgow Post Office Directory
Reverend Henry Erskine Fraser Owner Occupier 1875 Valuation Roll
William Buchanan Owner Occupier 1885 Valuation Roll
William Buchanan 1886 Glasgow Post Office Directory
Grace Louisa And Charlotte Murray CliffordOwner Occupier 1895 Valuation Roll
Grace Louisa And Charlotte Murray CliffordOwner Occupier 1905 Valuation Roll
Henry Edward Clifford Owner 1915 Valuation Roll
William Forrest Tenant Occupier 1915 Valuation Roll
Mrs Hannah W Westwood Owner Occupier 1920 Valuation Roll
Mrs Hannah W Westwood Owner Occupier 1925 Valuation Roll

Street Historical Notes
Moray Place1-10 1859-61, Alexander Thomson, occupied 1862.
11-17 c.1862, occupied 1864.
18-25 c.1872-3, built by William Brown, first occupied c.1874
19-33 c.1876-7, no 31 occupied in 1877, the others by 1878

Laid out c 1860, by John McIntyre (builder) and William Stevenson (quarrymaster & mason) from the land of Sir John Maxwell.

The renowned architect Alexander "Greek" Thomson designed 1-10, and lived at No 1. He did not design any further buildings in Moray Place or the Squares, however, although the Titwood Place and Salisbury Quadrant tenements in Nithsdale Road and Nithsdale Drive were probably built to his design.

A William Brown, builder & mason, lived at 6 Regent Park Terrace in 1868 (PO Directory)