Dwelling #106. Bannockburn-Nevis Road, east 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||1923 - 1989||Edward Lawrence (Ted)||Details|
|2||c1929 - 1938||Thomas Lawrence||Details|
|3||1989 - 1996||Mrs Jane Lawrence||Details|
|4||1996 - 1997||Mrs Jean Howse||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|1624||1923||General Notes||Mrs & Mrs Lawrence had dwelling #106 built for them by Mr George Cochrane Burghess before their wedding. They were married in the Methodist church (location #93) on 27 Jun 1923, by the Rev. Witherford. Mr Lawrence took over the Bannockburn to Nevis mail run some time before his wedding. He started with two horses, a cart and a gig which was used as a taxi. These were all purchased from his uncle, Mr Robert Toms, for forty pounds. The horse and gig was replaced by a Model T Ford car which was used as the mail car and taxi between Bannockburn and Cromwell. Mr Lawrence continued to run a team of horses and a cart. The horses were housed in the Stone Store Stables (location #102), the cart and gig in the store gig shed (dwelling #129) until 1928.|
|1635||1989||Mrs Lawrence remained in dwelling #106 after her husbands death.||Mrs Lawrence continued to live in dwelling #106 after her husbands death in 1989, until her health deteriorated to a point where she could not care for herself.|
|1637||1996||Dwelling #106 sold to Mrs Jean Howse.||The property sat vacant until it was sold to Mrs Jean Howse in 1996. Mrs Howse, of Dunedin is the grand-daughter of Mrs Jane Lawrence, daughter of Ivy Lawrence (Mrs Urquhart) of Hawea.|
|1631||c1929||Mrs & Mrs Thomas Lawrence came to live with their son Ted in dwelling #106.||Mr & Mrs Thomas Lawrence moved back from Arrowtown to Bannockburn (see dwelling #126). Thomas had been working on the Arrow irrigation scheme. The couple came to live with their son Ted in dwelling #106.|
|1638||General Notes||Mrs Jean Howse was Jane Lawrence's grand-daughter. She purchased dwelling #106 from her grandmother in 1996. ( Jeans mother was Ivy Urquhart (nee Lawrence)) Jean had two children, Astra and Rory.|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|46||Lowburn Action Group calendar||c1975||Dwelling #106||View Image|
|317||Paul Crump||1998||Dwelling #106 - looking east.||View Image|
|318||Paul Crump||1998||Dwelling #106 - looking south east.||View Image|
|1392||Mrs M Valk - Cromwell||c1932||Dwelling #106 - with Lawrence Family||View Image|