Dwelling #457 North Road, north side
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|1||c1935 - 1960||Allan Campbell||Details|
|2||c1946 - c1947||Edna Campbell (widow of Colin James Campbell)||Details|
|3||1961 - 1981||Burthus Valk||Details|
|4||1981 - 1983||William Dennison||Details|
|5||1983 - 1985||Anthony Lidgard||Details|
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|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|3490||c1935||Dwelling #98 extended to become dwelling #457.||By this time Mr Campbells family was growing (6 children) and dwelling #98 had become too small, so he decided to increase it's size. He contracted Clam Sutherland, and his son Arthur (dwelling #134) to extend the house - which then became dwelling #457. The materials for the alterations came from the demolition of dwelling #5 in Terrace Road. It was extended from 2 bedrooms, kitchen and lounge to 3 bedrooms, kitchen, lounge and storeroom.|
|3493||c1946||Edna Campbell came to New Zealand.||Some time after her husbands death, Mrs Edna Campbell came to New Zealand to meet her husbands family. It appears that her and her son came to live with them in dwelling #457.|
|3498||1961||Burthus Valk purchased dwelling #457.||Mr Valk purchased dwelling #457 from Mr Campbell and the Valk family moved there from dwelling #34. Burthus worked for local shearing contractors Mr Eric Maskill and Bill Foreman. he also worked as a fruit picker and took on water race work. He also planted a small orchard of apricots and plums and built a packing shed.|
|3500||1981||Mr Valk sold dwelling #457 to Mr Dennison.||Burthus Valk sold dwelling #457 to William Dennison. The Valk family moved to Schoolhouse Road and rented dwelling #214 (school residence) while their new house in Domain Road, opposite dwelling #457 was built. Mr Valk was involved with the Bannockburn School Committee until the school closed in 1971. He held positions as chairman and secretary.|
|3501||1981||General notes.||The Dennisons continued to run the small apricot orchard planted by Mr Valk|
|3503||1983||Tony Lingard purchased dwelling #457 from William Dennison||Mr Tony Lingard purchased dwelling #457 from Bill Dennison, and lived in the house for some time.|
|3504||1986||The house was demolished||Mr Lingard built a new house on the western side of dwelling #457. The local by-laws dis not allow for two dwellings on one property so Mr Lingard demolished dwelling #457. Some time later he also cut down the apricot orchard which had been planted by Burthus Valk.|
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