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|steve||Jan 12 2011, 05:58 PM Post #1|
From Maley's book. Handy to see some of the other names on the "scene" at the time.
I'm not searching for them!
His Grace the Archbishop
Very Revd Canon Carmichael
Revd F J Hughes
Revd A Beyaert
Revd A Vanderhyde
Dr John Conway
Mr John Higney
My James Doyle
Mr Arthur McHugh
Mr Thos. McCormick
Mr Henry Aylmer
Mr Michael Aylmer
Mr George Hughes
Mr Daniel Hughes
Mr James Quillan
Mr James McQuillan
Mr James McConnell
Mr John McGallegley
Mr John Clancey
Mr Francis Henry
Mr John Conway
Mr James Conway
Mr E. Williamson
Mr Andrew Bryan
Mr Jos. A. Foy
The Granite House
Mr John Brown
Mr John Brien
Mr Hugh Darroch
Mr P. Donegan
Mr Hugh Swan
Mr Patrick Gaffney
Mr James Hughes
Mr James McCann
Mr P. McCulloch
Mr Owen Aylmer
Mr Louis Mackenzie
Mr John Blair
Mr Edward Mooney
Mr Charles Stewart
Mr Wm. Stewart
A large number of subscriptions were later acknowledged, amog those being one from Mr R F Barr (from AG Barr & Co)
Edited by Dianogah, Aug 4 2013, 10:08 PM.
|Dianogah||Jan 13 2011, 11:52 PM Post #2|
just for shits and giggles i tried some of these name on the census
owen aymler - spirit merchant
Joseph A Foy - Wine & Spirit Dealer
Mr Louis Mackenzie - railway porter (goods)
Mr Henry Aylmer- spirit merchant
Thomas McCormick - spirit merchant
Mr John Higney - Laborer Loco Wk
|caltonbhoy1967||Jan 14 2011, 12:08 AM Post #3|
There is a large headstone to Aylmer in Dalbeth across from Shaughnessy's I am fairly sure - Will check at some point.
|Dianogah||Jan 14 2011, 12:17 AM Post #4|
||Only one family with that name in 30 years of the census records|
|A Burning Pride||Nov 9 2011, 02:48 AM Post #5|
HIGNEY, John, wine and spirit dealer, 2 Marlborough
street and 1 Thomson lane ; house, 580
4 Clyde street, Calton
Doyle, Jas. spirit merchant
Henrietta street intersects.
580 Doyle, James
DOYLE, James, wine and spirit merchant, 4 Clyde
street, Calton ; house, 580 Gallowgate.
158 Main Street, Bridgeton
Mill street intersects
Aylmer, Henry, spirit mer.
Aylmer, H. 366 Gallowgate and
158 Main st. Bridgeton
AYLMER, Henry, spirit merchant, 366 Gallowgate,
and 158 Main St., Bridgeton; ho., 62 Canning st.
Aylmer, Mitchell, spirit merchant, 24 Kerr St., Calton;
house, 309 London road.
Towerhill Terrace, Springburn
1 Quin, Peter, contractor
2 Hughes, George
3 Robertson, A.
4 Paris, Wm. jun.
WINE AND SPIRIT
Hughes, George, 32 Cobden st
Hughes, George, spirit merchant, 32 Cobden street
;house, 2 Towerhill terrace, Springburn.
M'HUGH, Arthur, spirit merchant, 134 Gallowgate
and 3 Moir street ; ho. 87 Abercromby street.
QUILLAN, James, cooper, 1 to 35 Wilkie street ; ho.
63 East John street.
Quillan, Patrick, cooper and barrel dealer, 27 Whitevale
street ; house, 53 do.
M'Connell, Jas. wine and spirit
merchant, 68 Great Eastern rd.;
ho. 51 Soho st. Gallowgate
6 Henry, Francis
Henry, Francis, 132 Trongate
Henry, Francis , auctioneer and valuator, Melville crt.,
132 Trongate ; house, 6 Monteith row.
141 Conway, John, sheriff officer
Conway, John sheriff-officer and J.P. constable for
Lanark and Renfrew counties ; ho. 141 Gallowgate.
SACKING AND PACKSHEET
Williamson, Edward, 21 Bell st
WINE AND SPIRIT
Foy, J. A. 28 Reid st
FOY, Joseph A., wine and spirit merchant, 28 Reid
street, Bridgeton ; house, 30 Savoy street, do.
Brien, John, 23 Craignestock st.
BRIEN, John, slater, 23 Craignestock street, Calton ;
house, 2 William street, do.
Gaffney, P. & J. 85 Henrietta st.
GAFFNEY, P. & J., cartwrights, spring van and
lorry builders, 85 Henrietta street ; ho. 84 Abercromby
Hughes, James, chandler and hardware merchant, 382
Cumberland street ; ho. 384 do.
129 McCulloch, P.
McCulloch, Peter (of McCulloch & White, 95 St.
James road), house, 129 Stirling road.
White, Thomas H. (of McCulloch & White), house,
112 Parson street.
St. James' Road
95 McCulloch & White, joiners
M'Kenzie, L. (Boys' Industrial
School) 72 Abercromby street
McKenzie, Lewis, superintendent, Boys' Industrial
School ; house, 570 Gallowgate.
570 Bradshaw, Philip, wine mer.
Blair, John, 23 Green st. Bridgtn
75, 77 Blair, John,, pawnbroker ?????
20 Mooney, Edward, chinaman
Mooney, E. 130 Canning st
MOONEY, Edward, fruit merchant, 130 Canning
street, Calton ; ho. 72 do.
Stewart, Charles, 30 Crownpoint rd
STAY AND CORSET MAKERS.
Stewart, Chas. E. 332 Gallowgate
Stewart, Charles, painter and paperhanger, 236 New
City road ; house, 62 New road, Parkhead.
Stewart, Chas. E., tobacconist, 4 London road; house,
77 Canning street, Calton
|tollcross||Nov 9 2011, 03:01 AM Post #6|
Thats some Post Ants Well worth staying up late for
Pity yir dates at the top are a bit oot
|A Burning Pride||Nov 9 2011, 09:58 AM Post #7|
||Thanks TC. I believe the dates are good, can you tell me why you think they are wrong, please, so I can double check.|
|tollcross||Nov 9 2011, 10:32 AM Post #8|
Good morning Ants ... do you no sleep?
Says from 1879/80 ... Celtic FC formed in 1887
|A Burning Pride||Nov 9 2011, 10:56 AM Post #9|
Hahaha. I know I'm a bit daft TC but come on, give me some credit.
This is just a register of people and where they were living in 1879/80, i.e. pre-Celtic.
All of the info came from here:
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|tollcross||Nov 9 2011, 11:25 AM Post #10|
So you looked them all up individually?
Yir some man
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