Dwelling #64 - Blythe Street, east side.
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||? - 1910||Wiliam Crombie||Details|
|2||c1911 - 1923||James Hancock (1)||Details|
|3||1918 - 1922||Miss Isabella McWhirter||Details|
|4||c1911 - 1928||Mrs Harriet Hancock||Details|
|5||c1928 - c1947||Cedric Parsons||Details|
|6||C1947 - 1955||John Parsons (2)||Details|
|7||1959 - c1960||William Olds||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|895||It is not clear if any of the Hancock children lived in dwelling #64.||It is not clear if any of the Hancock children lived in dwelling #64.|
|899||1923||Mrs Hancock continued to live in dwelling #64 after her husbands death in 1923.||Mrs Hancock continued to live in dwelling #64 after her husbands death in 1923.|
|896||c1911||James Hancock (1) and his wife Harriet may have moved to dwelling #64 from dwelling #230.||James Hancock (1) and his wife Harriet may have moved to dwelling #64 from dwelling #230.|
|897||1918||Miss McWhirter moves in to become the companion of Harriet Hancock||Miss McWhirter was a spinster, and moved to dwelling #64 from dwelling #68 where she had lived alone, to be the companion of Mrs Hancock.|
|908||c1947||Mr & Mrs J D Parsons moved from dwelling #65 to welling #64.||Mr & Mrs J D Parsons moved from dwelling #65 to welling #64.|
|911||1959||Mr William Olds purchased dwelling #64.||After the death of Mr Parsons in 1955, the property remained empty. In 1959 Mr Wiliam Olds purchased the Parsons farm from the estate of Mr J D Parsons. Included this purchase were dwellings #64 and #65.|
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