Dwelling #103. North Road, north side, adjoining the present bowling green fence
The table below shows the groups of people that had an interest in this property, either as owners, residents, tenants or shareholders. Clicking on the 'Details' link will display a list of the individuals in the group along with any known historical information about them.
|1||c1885 - 1890||George Bottcher||Details|
|2||1890 - 1929||John Flynn||Details|
|3||1919 - 1922||John Boyd||Details|
|4||? - 1971||James Duncan Stewart||Details|
|5||1971 - 1983||Mrs Marjory Stewart||Details|
|6||1983 - 1997||Graeme Robertson Stewart||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|1529||?||It is not known if George Bottcher purchased or built dwelling #103.||It is not known if George Bottcher purchased or built dwelling #103.|
|1534||1921/1922||Fire at dwelling #103||Dwelling #103 burnt down one night about this time. John Flynn was the only one living here at this time.|
|1536||1920||It appears that John Boyd may have lived with John Flynn for some time around 1920.||It appears that John Boyd may have lived with John Flynn for some time around 1920.|
|1537||?||Mr Stewart did not live in dwelling #103.||Mr Stewart did not live in dwelling #103.|
|1538||1971||The property passed to Marjory Stewart on the death of her husband J D Stewart.||The property passed to Marjory Stewart on the death of her husband J D Stewart. She did not live in the property.|
|1539||1983||On the death of Mrs Stewart, the property passed to her son Mr G R Stewart.||On the death of Mrs Stewart, the property passed to her son Mr G R Stewart. By this time dwelling #103 had deteriorated into low mud walls and a timber framed, corrugated iron storage shed. It was demolished some time after 1983.|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|7||Gordon Stewart||5 Nov 1921||Bannockburn Bowling Club. Opening day 5 Nov 1921.||View Image|
|348||Mrs Eileen Olds, Cromwell||5 Nov 1921||Bannockburn Bowling Club - Opening Day.||View Image|