Dwelling #21 - North side of terrace Road. Pipeclay Terrace. Third hut in a group of four heading east.
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|3||c1902||James Hancock (2) & James Lawrence||Details|
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|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|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|
|387||1873||Dwelling #21 appears in Mackay's field book from 1873||Dwelling #21 appears in Mackay's field book from 1873|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|35||Vincent Parcell||c1900||Bannockburn Sluicings - Pipeclay Terace||View Image|