Location #113 - The bakery. 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||1887 - 1900||James Lawrence||Details|
|2||1900 - 1903||Mrs Frances Lawrence||Details|
|3||1903 - 1943||Alexander Robertson||Details|
|4||1907 - 1917||Mrs Frances Lawrence||Details|
|5||1941 - 1943||Miss Myrtle Paton||Details|
|6||1943 - 1959||William Elliot Scott||Details|
|7||1959 - 1961||Mrs Jane Scott||Details|
|8||1962 - 2005||Kevin Noel Scott||Details|
|9||2005||Mrs Shirley Scott||Details|
|10||2005 -||Ralph Hahn||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|1730||1887||James (1) moved his bakery down to Bannockburn.||On Feb 19 1887, James (1) moved his bakery down to Bannockburn. He set up business in dwelling #113 which comprised of the bakery, shop and residence.|
|1737||1900||Frances Lawrence continued to live in dwelling #113 after her husbands death.||Frances Lawrence continued to live in dwelling #113 after her husbands death.|
|1738||1903||Mr Alexander Robertson purchased dwelling #113.||Mrs Lawrence moved to Arrowtown to live with her daughter, Mrs A Ritchie (Ivy Beatrice Lawrence). Mr Alexander Robertson purchased dwelling #113 from Frances Lawrence.|
|1770||1907||Mrs Frances Lawrence moved back from Arrowtown.||Mrs Frances Lawrence moved back to Bannockburn from Arrowtown and once again lived in dwelling #113 with her daughter and son-in-law.|
|1759||1907||Mrs Frances Lawrence moved back to dwelling #113 to live with her daughter.||Mrs Frances Lawrence (Mary Ann's mother) moved back from Arrowtown to Bannockburn and lived with her daughter and son-in-law in dwelling #113.|
|1769||1943||Dwelling #113 was sold to William Scott.||Mr & Mrs Robertson moved from Bannockburn - possibly to Timaru. Dwelling #113 was sold to William Scott.|
|1772||1941||Miss Paton may have lived with the Robertson's in dwelling #113 as a boarder.||Miss Myrtle Iris Paton, a Bannockburn school teacher, may have lived in dwelling #113 with the Robertson's as a boarder. (She later married Mr Chadcock who worked on the Lowburn dredge.)|
|1775||1959||Mrs Scott moved to Cromwell leaving dwelling #113 empty.||On the death of her husband in June of 1959, Mrs Scott moved from dwelling #113 and went to live in Cromwell with family - leaving the house empty.|
|1777||1962||Kevin Scott purchased dwelling #113 from his mothers estate.||Kevin Scott purchased dwelling #113 from his mothers estate.|
|1780||2005||Shirley Scott continued to live in the dwelling after the death of her husband Kevin.||After the death of her husband Kevin, Mrs Scott continued to live in dwelling #113 with her eldest son Shawn.|
|1782||2005||Dwelling #113 purchased by Mr Ralph Hahn of Queenstown.||On 1 Oct 2005, dwelling #113 was sold by public auction to Mr Ralph Hahn of Queenstown.|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|22||Eileen Olds||c1916||Location #113 - Lawrence's Old Bakery.||View Image|
|79||Ron Murray||1885||Horn and Anderson store receipt - James Lawrence||View Image|
|126||Cromwell Argus via Eileen Olds||13 April 1887||Bannockburn Bakery - James Lawrence||View Image|
|345||Paul Crump||1998||Dwelling #113 - looking south west.||View Image|
|482||Miss A Parcell Collection||1899||Bannockburn Township - Bannockburn-Nevis Road.||View Image|