Dwelling #20 - Terrace Road, north side near corner of Pipeclay Terrace. The second hut in a group of four heading east.
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.
|2||1877-1890||Mrs Ellen Murray||Details|
|3||1890-1891||J Lynn, J Short & C Ray||Details|
|5||1900-c1901||James Frederick Ray||Details|
|7||c1902||James Hancock (2) & James Lawrence||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|363||1870||Granting of residence area||on Sept 27th 1870, Mr James Crombie was granted a residence area of one acre on Pipeclay terrace. The location was between Barnes and Shambrocks.|
|364||1873||The dwelling (#20) appears in Mackay's field book||The dwelling (#20) appears in Mackay's field book|
|367||1877||On 26 October 1877, Mrs Ellen Murray purchased dwelling #20 from Mr James Crombie||On 26 October 1877, Mrs Ellen Murray purchased dwelling #20 from Mr James Crombie|
|368||1890||Dwelling #20 sold to a group of local miners||On June 9, Mrs Murray sold dwelling #20 to a group of local miners - J Lynn, J Short and C Ray. It appears that Mrs Murray died or left the area as 1890 was the last mention in Stones directory.|
|369||1890||Purchase of dwelling #20 by a group of local miners||On June 9, a group of local miners purchased dwelling #20. These included John Lynn, John Short, and Charles Ray. It may have been that Charles Ray and family lived in the dwelling but it was partly financed by his fellow miners. On July 16 a certificate of registration was granted to Charles Ray for encumbrance by way of a mortgage to James Horn, David Anderson Jolly and John Pryde over all his interest in extended claims No.12743-5/10/1888, No.4096-30/10/1874, Tailrace No. 12746-5/10/1888, Dam No.4926-(date?), Branch races No.3704-4/3/1880 and 3705-4/3/1880, and resident area no.3312-14/4/1869 (dwelling #69 possibly). The consideration was Â£379-4-10.|
|370||1891||Ownership transferred to Colonial Bank||On 21 April, Mr Charles Ray transferred the ownership of dwelling #20 to the Colonial Bank. It is not clear if Charles Ray and his family continued to live in the house.|
|375||1897||Ownership of dwelling #20 transferred to Bank of New Zealand||On Feb 1 1897 the ownership of dwelling #20 was transferred to the Bank of New Zealand.|
|376||c1897||At this time, Charles Ray and his family may have shifted from welling #20 to dwelling #67||At this time, Charles Ray and his family may have shifted from welling #20 to dwelling #67|
|377||c1897||John Lynn may have purchased dwelling #20 as he is recorded as transferring ownership onwards in 1900||John Lynn may have purchased dwelling #20 as he is recorded as transferring ownership onwards in 1900|
|379||1900||Ownership of dwelling #20 transferred to James Frederick Ray ( Charles's brother)||Ownership of dwelling #20 transferred to James Frederick Ray ( Charles's brother)|
|383||c1900||Hancock and Lawrence mining in the Pipeclay Terrace area.||Hancock and Lawrence were the last miners to sluice the Pipeclay Terrace area. Mr John Patrick Parcell worked for them for some time. James Hancock (2) lived in dwelling #24 for a time with his family.|
|385||c1902||The miners sluiced away a number of dwellings around 1902||Hancock and Lawrence sluiced away a number of former dwellings around 1902. These in included dwellings #20, #21, #22, #23, #24 (Hancock's former home), #25, #26, #27|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|35||Vincent Parcell||c1900||Bannockburn Sluicings - Pipeclay Terace||View Image|
|187||Ron Murray||16 July 1891||Memorial of Encumbrance - Mortgage, Charles Ray.||View Image|
|188||Ron Murray||16 July 1891||Claim Registration Certificate - Charles Ray||View Image|
|218||Otago regional Water Board via R Allen||13 Sept 1916||License for a Water race - Charles Ray||View Image|
|219||Otago Regional Water board - via R Allen||6 Feb 1918||Licence for a Water race - Charles Ray and others - Pipeclay Gully||View Image|
|225||Otago Regional Water Board via R Allen||27 Sept 1870||Residence Area Privilege - Pipeclay Terrace Dwelling #20||View Image|