Dwelling #65 - Terrace Street, south 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||1902 - c1947||John Docton Parsons||Details|
|2||c1943 - 1959||Nelson Henry Parsons||Details|
|3||1959 - c1970||William Olds||Details|
|4||c1970 - 2007||Selwyn David Pemberton||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|916||1902||Mr & Mrs Parsons move into dwelling #65.||Mr & Mrs J D Parsons (2) made their home in dwelling #65, which they had built for them. Mr Parsons farmed the property and milked a number of cows. He also continued to work as a dredge hand, however it is not known which dredge he worked on during this time.|
|924||c1938||Nelson Parsons returned to Bannockburn and to dwelling #65.||Nelson Parsons returned to Bannockburn and worked as a rabbiter on Slapjack Saddle, returning to stay with his parents in dwelling #65 in the weekends.|
|925||c1943||Marriage of Nelson Henry Parsons.||Nelson Henry Parsons married Elizabeth Alice Campbell, daughter of Alan Campbell and Grace Menzies of dwelling #98. The couple made their home in dwelling #65 with Mr & Mrs J D Parsons (2)|
|929||1955||Nelson Parsons and his family continued to live in dwelling #65 after his fathers death in 1955.||Nelson Parsons and his family continued to live in dwelling #65 after his fathers death in 1955.|
|936||1959||William Olds purchased the Parsons Farm.||In 1959 William Olds purchased the Parsons farm from the estate of J D Parsons (2). The farm included dwelling #64 and #65. He did not live in either house, but continued to live in dwelling #61. Dwelling #65 may have been rented, however dwelling #64 was demolished.|
|937||c1970s||It is not known exactly when the Pembertons moved to dwelling #65||It is not known exactly when the Pembertons moved to dwelling #65|
|938||c1990||The Pemberton family moved from dwelling #65.||The Pemberton family moved to their new home in Lower Smiths Gully, close to Shepherds Creek. Dwelling #65 was left empty at this time.|
|939||2007||Dwelling #65 sold at auction - the buyer is unknown.||Dwelling #65 sold at auction - the buyer is unknown.|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|20||Eileen Olds||1 Jan 1902||Marriage of John Docton Parsons (Jnr) and Mary Ellen Parcell||View Image|
|287||Paul Crump||1998||Dwelling #65 - looking east.||View Image|