George Neilson (1858-1923), the lawyer and historian was elected as procurator fiscal of Glasgow in 1891.
Jane Harris wrote:Blimey! Thanks Ronnie. I hope you had another reason to be in the library. It's probably McPhail, the Police PF who interests me. That's incredibly helpful, as I am nowhere near Glasgow and won't be up there for a good while to come. Isn't the Mitchell brilliant? I am forever looking at their photo collection online. Thanks again - I'd have been stumped otherwise.
Jane Harris wrote:Ronnie - is that you? If I'm not mistaken, McPhail lived not a stone's throw away from yersel . . . am a wrang?
Vinny the Mackem wrote:Presumably 74 Hutcheson Street was part of the old Sheriff Court building ... Rab Ha's is no 81 Hutcheson Street. Don't know if they still exist after redevelopment, but there were certaily a couple of old entrances on Hutcheson Street, which were clearly not a "main foyer" type entrance - more of a small doorway.
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