Dwelling #349. Pigroot Gully, left bank. Close and in front of dwelling #363.
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||c1886 - c1897||Edward Tupker and Charles Wilson (?)||Details|
|2||1945 - c1950||Alexander Charles Jocelyn||Details|
|3||c1950||Mrs Rosamund Irving||Details|
|4||c1951 - c1952||Kennith Fitchet||Details|
|6||c1958 - 1959||Alexander Charles Jocelyn||Details|
|7||1970 - 1972||Alexander Keith Jocelyn||Details|
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|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|3184||c1886/1897||General notes.||These two miners lived and mined in this area (Adams Gully) however there is no accurate information as to when or if they built or lived in dwelling #349. J P Parcell in his house by house resident survey mentions in this area : "Chas Wilson and Ted Tupker - old hut in gully" Dwelling #349 may have been their second residence, better constructed than their first dwellings which may have been #275 and #279. (shown on the Ridland's map of 1890, positioned close to Tupker and Wilson dam - location #276)|
|3185||1945||Alex Jocelyn returned from W.W.2.||Alex Jocelyn returned from the second world war and with his wife, Hughena, lived in dwelling #349. He worked with his father Charles on the farm.|
|3186||c1950||Alex Jocelyn takes over the farm.||Charles and Mary Jocelyn retired from the farm and moved to Dunedin. Alex took over the farm and his family moved from dwelling #349 to dwelling #350. For details of the Jocelyn children, see dwelling #350 - resident 2.|
|3187||c1950||Mrs Irving rented dwelling #349 from Alex Jocelyn.||Mrs Irving rented dwelling #349 from Alex Jocelyn after he moved to dwelling #350 with his family. Mrs Irving lived here with her two boys. her husband had contracted tuberculosis and spent most of his time in hospital in Dunedin.|
|3189||c1951||Ken Fitchet rented dwelling #349 from Alex Jocelyn.||Ken Fitchet and his wife rented dwelling #349 from Alex Jocelyn. They had lived in the Kawarau Gorge.|
|3191||c1953||Jim Manson rented dwelling #349 from Alex Jocelyn.||Jim Manson and his wife rented dwelling #349 from Alex Jocelyn for around a year, before moving to Cromwell. Jim worked for Shaw's Transport of Arrowtown and drove the Atlantic petrol tanker that was based at the Cromwell railhead.|
|3192||c1958||General note.||Alex Jocelyn and his family moved back into dwelling #349 while dwelling #363 was being built. Their new house was completed around 1959 and the family moved into it. Dwelling #349 was then used as a storage shed.|
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