Dwelling #105. North Road, north side, Bannockburn-Nevis Road, west side.
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||c1886 - 1904||Alexander Horn||Details|
|2||c1886 - 1915||Mrs Margaret Horn||Details|
|3||c1900 - 1915||James Horn||Details|
|4||1915 - c1955||Robert Robertson||Details|
|5||1946 - 1971||James Duncan Stewart||Details|
|6||1971 - 1983||Mrs Marjorie Stewart||Details|
|7||1951 - 1988||Graeme Robertson Stewart||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|1551||c1885-1888||Building of dwelling #105||It is not clear when Alexander Horn and his new bride moved from Pembroke to Bannockburn, or when dwelling #105 was built. It was possibly built by Mr George Bottcher of dwelling #103. However, Mr Horn played for the Bannockburn Football Team in 1888.|
|1554||1896||Alexander's mother comes to live in dwelling #105.||In 1896 (or earlier) Mrs Margaret Horn, Alexander's mother, may have come to live with Alexander and his family in dwelling #105. She was listed in the 1896 electoral roll as a widow.|
|1555||c1900||James Horn may have moved into dwelling #105 along with Alexanders family, and his mother.||James Horn may have moved into dwelling #105 to live with Alexanders family, and their mother, when James's house burnt down (dwelling #82).|
|1557||1904||Dwelling #105 sold to Alexanders brother James Horn.||Alexander Horn sold his share in the General Store along with dwelling #105 to his brother James Horn. Alexander's family moved to Middlemarch and purchased the "Universal Supply Store"|
|1568||1915||Dwelling #105 sold to Mr Robert Robertson||James Horn sold dwelling #105 to Robert Robertson.|
|1589||1915||Robert Robertson purchased dwelling #105.||It appears that Mr Robert Robertson purchased dwelling #105 from James Horn for the sum of £150 (one hundred and fifty pound). (possibly in Dec). Mr and Mrs Robertson may have moved from dwelling #88 to dwelling #105 about this time. The name of John Horn's house was the 'Huntly Lodge'|
|1602||c1942||James and Marjorie return from Scotland.||It appears that about this time, James and Marjorie returned from Scotland to Bannockburn where they lived in dwelling #105 with Mrs Stewart's parents.|
|1612||1971||Mrs Marjorie Stewart continued to live in dwelling #105 after the death of her husband James.||Mrs Marjorie Stewart continued to live in dwelling #105 after the death of her husband James.|
|1613||197?||Mrs Stewart's son, Graeme Robertson Stewart returned home to dwelling #105.||Mrs Stewart's son, Graeme Robertson Stewart returned home to dwelling #105.|
|1614||c1980||Graeme's girlfriend Mary Crooks came to live in dwelling #105.||Mary Carolyn Ann Crooks, Graeme's girlfriend came to live in dwelling #105.|
|1616||1983||Graeme and Mary continued to live in dwelling #105 after the death of Marjorie Stewart.||Graeme and Mary continued to live in dwelling #105 after the death of Marjorie Stewart.|
|1623||1988||Dwelling #105 was demolished.||Graeme Stewart demolished dwelling #105 and replaced it with a two storied house on the same site. This house had been a government owned railways house located at Ranfurly. Graeme purchased the house and the section in Ranfurly and had the house transported to Bannockburn where it was extensively modified.|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|482||Miss A Parcell Collection||1899||Bannockburn Township - Bannockburn-Nevis Road.||View Image|
|1788||Lowburn Action Group Calendar||c1975||Dwelling #105 - north end of veranda, looking west.||View Image|