Dwelling #396 Lower Long Gully, right bank terrace.
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|1||c1862||F G Alderson & J Douglas||Details|
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|3338||1878||General notes.||A plan by A J Park, sub assistant surveyor, entitled Topographical Sketch of Bannockburn District, shows an area marked by a rectangle on (Deep)Long Gully Terrace. In the rectangle are the words Douglas & Alderson. This appears in an area later known as the Mount Difficulty homestead (dwelling #262). Dwelling #396 appears to have predated dwelling #262. It may have remained as an outbuilding of #262. It is unclear who actually lived in this dwelling. in 1858 Kawarau Station lease was taken up by F G Alderson on behalf of the Australian & New Zealand Land Company. In 1862, John Douglas came out from Scotland as the company's representative. he then went into partnership with Alderson in Dunedin as General Agents.|
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