Dwelling #230. Gully Road, north side, shown on c1911 Cadastral - Murray Road.
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||? - 1875||Samuel Halcrow||Details|
|3||c1906 - c1911||James Hancock||Details|
|4||c1911 - 1944||William Toms||Details|
|5||c1911 - 1973||Mrs Jean Margaret Toms||Details|
|6||1960 - 1973||James Lewis Hodson||Details|
|7||1974 - 1980||Gordon Stewart||Details|
|8||1980 - 2007||Graeme Robertson Stewart||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|2573||c1906||James Hancock purchased dwelling #230.||It appears that about this time James Hancock may have purchased dwelling #230 from Samuel Halcrow. The Hancock family moved from dwelling #24 on Pipeclay terrace which was later sluiced away.|
|2575||1910||James Hancock (1) may have planted the original orchard near dwelling #230.||James Hancock (1) may have planted the original orchard near dwelling #230.|
|2576||c1911||Dwelling #230 sold to Mr William Toms.||About this time the family of James Hancock (1) may have sold dwelling #230 to Mr William Toms, and moved into dwelling #64.|
|2582||c1911||William Toms purchased dwelling #230.||About this time William Toms may have purchased dwelling 3230 from James Hancock (1)|
|2586||c1918||Entry from William Toms diary.||William Toms diary / cashbook ledger lists the roses which were planted at the back of dwelling #230 - possibly by William Toms. Left side going from the back door : 1. Columbia 2. Night 3. Lord Lonsdale 4. Sparkles Right side : 1. Hon. Ena Bingham 2. Lord Castlereagh 3. Una Wallace The grandson of William Toms (Mr James William Toms (Jim) of Roxburgh remembers a large Lawsonia* tree in front of the house. * the shape of this tree is similar to a yew tree. It has similar branchlets as a Macrocarpa but has fans that lie flat rather than in all directions.|
|2593||1944||Mrs Jean Margaret Toms continued to live in dwelling #230.||It appears that Jean Toms continued to live in dwelling #230 after her husbands death. Her son, Theo Toms may have helped her to look after the property and the orchard.|
|2596||1960||Jim Hodson leased dwelling #230 from Mrs M Toms.||Jim Hodson leased dwelling #230 with the adjoining orchard from Mrs Toms. The house was in a derelict condition at this time. Mr Theo Toms of dwelling 3237, the son of Mrs Toms, was using dwelling #230 for general storage. Mr Hodson had leased the property for the orchard, which he operated in conjunction with his other property in Domain Road (see location #92). The house remained uninhabited for the time that Jim leased it.|
|2597||1973||Jim Hodson purchased the property from the estate of Mrs Toms.||Mr J L Hodson purchased dwelling #230 along with the orchard from the estate of Mrs J M Toms.|
|2598||1974||Jim Hodson sold dwelling #230.||Jim Hodson sold dwelling #230, along with the surrounding orchard to Mr & Mrs G M Stewart and Mr G R Stewart.|
|2599||1974||The Stewarts purchased dwelling #230.||Mr & Mrs G M Stewart, and G R Stewart purchased the dwelling, along with the orchard from J L Hodson. The Stewarts purchase the property mainly for the orchard. Dwelling #230 remained in a derelict state.|
|2600||1980||Mr G R Stewart purchased the property outright.||At this time Mr G R Stewart purchased Mr & Mrs G M Stewart's share in the dwelling and orchard.|
|2602||2006||Graeme Stewart and his wife continue to operate the orchard.||Graeme Stewart and his wife Mary, continue to operate the orchard. however, the dwelling remains in a derelict condition and is used for general storage.|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|299||Paul Crump||1998||Dwelling #230 - looking south west.||View Image|
|300||Paul Crump||1998||Dwelling #230 - looking north east.||View Image|
|1299||Paul Crump - Bannockburn||9 Mar 1949||Bannockburn Rifle Range - Birnies Gully (location #209)||View Image|
|1949||Ms B Holland - Wellington||c1930||Four Generations - Mrs Thomas Toms (Mary Ann Letitia Stewart)||View Image|