‹‹‹ prev (57)

(59) next ›››

(58)
52 PAISLEY DIRECTORY.
Davidson, Wilhemina, West Public School — house 2 Gordon place
Davie, Catherine, grocer, 2 Lawn street — house 7 do.
Davies, George, surveyor of taxes, Glasgow — house Auchencairn,
Hawkhead road
Davies, John, tobacconist and newsagent, 1 Springbank rd. — ho. do.
Davis, Alex., tobacco pipe maker, 30 Gauze street — house 32
"Whitehead street
Day, James, clerk at post-office — house 7 Whitehaugh terrace
Day, Mrs., confectioner and mangier, 3 Springbank road
Deans, Captain, adjutant 4th Batt. A. & S. Highlanders, Barracks,
Glasgow-road
Deans, James E., foreman, corporation gas meter shop, north end of
JMunicipal buildings — house 28 Kilnside road
Deans, Wm., fishmonger and poulterer, 9 St. James place — house
19 Greenhill road
Deaf and Dumb Mission Flail, 109 Causeyside
Deichon, Lawrence, broker, 29 New Smithhills — house do.
Dempster, Joseph, church officer. Free Gaelic Church, 34 Great
Hamilton street
Denovan, William, saw maker, 32 High street
Derry, W. E., undertaker with Glasgow Tramway Co., Terrace
Buildings — house 9 Phillips street
Deviney, Mrs. Patrick, sale-room, 3 Cotton street
Dewar, Hugh, grocer, 16 AYell street — house 14 Clavering street
Dick, George, F.E.I.S., teacher. West Public School — house 26
Broomlands
Dick, George, teacher Grammar School — house 87 Wellington st.,
Greenock
Dick, J., & Sons, boot and shoe manufacturers, 166 George street
— house do.
Dick, Peter, teller. Royal Bank of Scotland — house 1 Crossflat
crescent
Dick, P. & J., leather, rubber, and gutta percha boot, shoe, and
slipper manufacturers, Liberal Club buildings, 90 High st.
Dick, R. & J., manufacturers of " Dick's patent " gutta percha
canvas and balata driving belts, and makers of all descriptions
of gutta percha furnishings, horse shoe pads, cricket and golf
balls, etc., etc., Liberal Club Buildings, 90 High street
Dick, Mrs., hardware and ironmongery, 16 George street — house
18 Broomlands
Dickie, Dugald D., solicitor. Masonic buildings, 96 High street —
house 2 Greenlaw avenue
Dickie, Mary Janet, teacher, Williamsburgh Public school — house 9
Whitehaugh terrace

Images and transcriptions on this page, including medium image downloads, may be used under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence unless otherwise stated. Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence