Location 252
Dwelling #252.
Map 12

Lower Adams Gully


Adams Gully


Dwelling #252 Lower Adams Gully

Still Standing


Construction Details

2 rooms plus lean-to. Timber with tarred wheat sacks and melthoid roof.

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Interested Parties

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Group Date Description
1 1924 - 1968 Philip May Parcell Details


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Note Date Short Description Note Text
2876 1924 Philip Parcell built dwelling #252. It appears that about this time Mr Philip Parcell left dwelling #244 in lower Pigroot Gully where his wife and family lived. He built a small timber and tarpaper (malthoid) shack of two rooms with a lean-to, dwelling #252. This was located in lower Adams Gully on the true right bank of Adams Creek. Mr Parcell visited his wife and family for meals.


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