Location #220 - possibly the first School Teachers Residence (unofficial). Lower Smith's Gully, Schoolhouse Road, south side.
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|1||1872 - 1873||J Simpson (possibly)||Details|
|2||1876 - 1877||James Graham||Details|
|3||1876 - c1880||Mrs Susannah Graham||Details|
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|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|2482||1876||The Graham family move to Bannockburn.||Mr Graham and family moved to Bannockburn where he took up the position of school teacher, replacing Mr W A Paterson. His salary was £186 (one hundred and eighty six pound). The Graham family may have moved to dwelling #220 because it was larger than the newly constructed first school teachers residence (dwelling #213)|
|2485||1877||Susannah Graham continued to live in dwelling #220||After the death of her husband, Mrs Susannah Graham continued to live in dwelling #220 with her children. Mrs Graham worked at the school as a cleaner and also taught painting. Susannah painted pictures on velvet and well as embroidering work with velvet.|
|2488||c1880||General note.||It is not clear which teachers, if any, lived in dwelling #220 after this time.|
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