Dwelling #239. Shepherds Creek.
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|1||c1934 - 1968||Mrs Emma Parcell.||Details|
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|2695||c1934||House location.||Dwelling #239 was located on the true left bank of Shepherds Creek, downstream of the Adams Creek / Shepherds Creek confluence.|
|2696||c1934||Dwelling 3239 is built.||About this time Mr Philip May Parcell had dwelling #239 built for his wife and family. It appears that it was built by a Cromwell carpenter names John William Gibson (Jack). Mrs Parcell and her daughters had been living in dwelling #244 while Mr Parcell lived in dwelling #252. Mrs Parcells daughters lived with her for some time. Beatrice (Toms) married a Mr Shellis, a returned serviceman. They went to Oamaru where they ran a poultry farm.|
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