Location 418
Dwelling #418 - Wash House
Map 8

Gully Road



Dwelling #418 - Wash House Gully Road, north side. West of dwelling #230.

Still Standing


The building was destroyed by fire around 1960.

Construction Details

Timber framing with corrugated iron cladding

Location Type


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Interested Parties

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Group Date Description
1 1911 - 1960 Various owners - see notes. Details


The table below shows any historical notes about the location.

Note Date Short Description Note Text
3382 various List of owners. J Hancock ( - c1911), W Toms (c1911-1944), Mrs J M Toms (c1911-1973) last resident owner, J L Hodson (1960 onwards).
3383 1960 Jim Hodson leased dwelling #230 and #418 with the adjoining orchard from Mrs J Toms. Jim Hodson leased dwelling #230 and #418 with the adjoining orchard from Mrs J Toms.
3384 c1960 The wash house was destroyed by fire. About this time Mr Hodson was burning off long grass in the orchard. Unfortunately the fire got out of control and the wash house building was burnt to the ground.


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Image Id Source Date Short Description
226 R Murray c1910 Theo Toms (boy) with his mother Mrs Jane Margaret Toms. View Image
1222 J W Toms - Roxburgh c1920 ? Dwelling #418 - looking west View Image
12492 Mrs M Bruce - Roxburgh unknown Jean Margaret Hancock (Mrs William Toms) View Image