Location #242. Dam Jocelyn Road, on the terrace between Jocelyn Road and Bannockburn-Nevis Road - head of Toms Gully.
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||1918 - 1938||W J S Hodson||Details|
|2||1938 - c1949||John David Parsons||Details|
|3||c1949 - c1954||David Kain||Details|
|4||c1954 - c1964||W I S Riach (Stan)||Details|
|5||c1964 - c1970||Murray Rivers||Details|
|6||c1970 - 2008||Maurice Turner||Details|
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|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|2742||c1918||Location of the dam||Eastern side of Jocelyn Road, on terrace between Jocelyn Road and the Bannockburn-Nevis Road. Near the head of Toms Gully, south of dwelling #241.|
|2743||c1918||General notes.||About this time Mr William James Smith Hodson constructed the dam to hold water from the Bannockburn (Shepherds Creek) water race to irrigate his 'Hyawatha' orchard. The dam was made from the surrounding Carrick gravels and lined with clay using a horse and scoop.|
|2744||1948||Death of John Parcell in the dam.||On 10 May 1948, John O'Brien Parcell (son of J P Parcell of dwelling #61) was accidentally drowned in mud while cleaning out the dam for Mr J D parsons. He was dug out by Ted Lawrence. John O'Brien was buried in the Cromwell cemetery.|
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