Dwelling #27, Angel's Hotel (sometime known as Angel Arms Hotel), North side of Terrace Road, Bald Hill Flat
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||1877 - 1895||Charles Angel (Snr)||Details|
|2||c 1902||James Hancock (2) & James Lawrence||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|56||1871||J Harding purchased the Reefers Arms Hotel from J Beare||In November 1871, Mr J Beare sold the Reefers Arms Hotel at Bendigo to J Harding, who shifted the building to Quartzville (may have been Carricktown). It appears that the building may have been sold to John Towan of Carricktown|
|57||1873||Charles Angel (Snr) purchased the Reefers Hotel from John Towan||On 26 June 1873 Charles Angel (Snr) purchased the Reefers Hotel from John Towan. See image 78 - purchase document for the Reefers Arms Hotel, Carricktown, drawn up by his agent Mr H Bastings.|
|59||1877||Reefers Arms Hotel shifted from Carricktown to Bannockburn||Charles Angel (Snr) shifted the Reefers Arms Hotel from Carricktown to Bald Hill Flat, Bannockburn. It was subsequently known as the Reefers Arms, Angels Arms, or Angels Hotel. The hotel was known for its sporting functions and its Hogmany dance night. It was also used as a venue for Auctions and public meetings.|
|60||1880||Directors meeting of Bannockburn Co-Op Store||On September 17 1880, the Bannockburn Co-Op Store Company held its first directors meeting in the Angels Arms hotel|
|62||1884||Meeting to form cricket club||On August 12 1884, a meeting was held at the Angels Arms hotel to form a cricket club.|
|64||1885||Angel's Hotel put up for sale||The Angel' Hotel was put up for sale|
|67||1895||Angel's Hotel burnt down||On 4 July 1895, the Angel's Hotel burnt down. The building was insured for Â£400. However, the company only paid out Â£100 to Mr Angel because he was behind in his insurance payments. Charles Angel (Snr) and possibly Charles Angel (Jnr) moved to Stewart Town and lived with Mr and Mrs Adam Aitken in dwelling #137|
|383||c1900||Hancock and Lawrence mining in the Pipeclay Terrace area.||Hancock and Lawrence were the last miners to sluice the Pipeclay Terrace area. Mr John Patrick Parcell worked for them for some time. James Hancock (2) lived in dwelling #24 for a time with his family.|
|385||c1902||The miners sluiced away a number of dwellings around 1902||Hancock and Lawrence sluiced away a number of former dwellings around 1902. These in included dwellings #20, #21, #22, #23, #24 (Hancock's former home), #25, #26, #27|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|35||Vincent Parcell||c1900||Bannockburn Sluicings - Pipeclay Terace||View Image|
|78||Neville Ritchie -M.W.D. - C.V.D.||1873||Deed recording the purchase of Reefers Arms hotel Carricktown by Charles Angel (Snr)||View Image|
|98||Cromwell Argus (Paul Crump)||March 21 1891||Notice of football club annual meeting||View Image|
|133||Cromwell Argus (Eileen Olds)||Jan 28 1888||Auction notice for Angels Arms hotel||View Image|
|2358||Cromwell Argus||12 Oct 1880||The Bannockburn Co-Operative Store Company Ltd (location #87)||View Image|