Dwelling #70 - North Road, 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.
|2||? - 1921||Frederick John Brown||Details|
|3||1921 - 1941||Alfred Duncan Joblin (or possibly Albert)||Details|
|4||c1921 - 1924||William Lynn||Details|
|6||1927 - 1931||Patrick Cotter||Details|
|7||1931 - 1937||Ernest Roy Parker||Details|
|8||1941 - 1956||Frederick Orme (1)||Details|
|10||1956 - 1972||Frederick John Orme (2)||Details|
|12||1972 - 2004||John Cameron Butel||Details|
|13||2004 - 2006||Mrs Joanne Butel||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|1120||1921||Mr Joblin purchased dwelling #70 from Mr Brown but never lived in the property.||Mr Joblin purchased dwelling #70 from Mr Brown but never lived in the property.|
|1121||c1921||The Lynn family rented dwelling #70.||The Lynn family rented dwelling #70 from Mr A Joblin. William Lynn ran the orchard at Stewart Town.|
|1125||c1920s||Mt Thomas Lawrence rented dwelling #70 from Alfred Joblin.||Mt Thomas Lawrence rented dwelling #70 from Alfred Joblin. Thomas worked in the Bell Hooper Gold Mine on the Kawarau River, Scotland's Point, below Pearson Road. Then he went to work at the Golden Progress Gold Mine at Oturihua. Mrs Lawrence stayed in dwelling #70 for a time and then joined Tom in Oturihua where they lived in tents.|
|1128||1927||The Cotters rented dwelling #70.||The Cotters moved to Bannockburn and rented dwelling #70 from Alfred Joblin who lived in dwelling #72 on Domain Road. Mr Cotter spent the next few winters rabbiting in Duffers Gully. During this time he lived in dwelling #494 on his own.|
|1131||1931||The Pat Cotter family moved from dwelling #70 to Ernscleugh.||The Pat Cotter family moved from dwelling #70 to Ernscleugh. The family's chattels were moved by Ted Lawrence.|
|1132||c1935||The Parker family moved to dwelling #70 where they rented the property from Mr Alfred Joblin.||The Parker family moved to dwelling #70 where they rented the property from Mr Alfred Joblin.|
|1134||1941||Mr Orme (1) purchased dwelling #70 from Mr A D Joblin, but never lived in it.||Mr Orme (1) purchased dwelling #70 from Mr A D Joblin, but never lived in it.|
|1136||c1940||Alan Ritchie rented dwelling #70 - probably from Mr A Joblin.||Alan Ritchie rented dwelling #70 - probably from Mr A Joblin.|
|1137||1956||Mr Fred Orme (2) and family moved into dwelling #70.||Mr Fred Orme (2) and family moved into dwelling #70. Freds father (Fred Orme (1)) had purchased the dwelling from Mr Albert Joblin back in 1941.|
|1139||c1970||Frank Scott rented dwelling #70 from Mr Fred Orme (2).||Frank Scott rented dwelling #70 from Mr Fred Orme (2).|
|1140||1972||Mr John Butel purchased dwelling #70 from Fred Orme (2).||Mr John Butel purchased dwelling #70 from Fred Orme (2).|
The table below shows a list of images related to the location. Click on 'View Image' to display more details about the image, and to view the image.
|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|291||Paul Crump||1998||Dwelling #70 - looking south.||View Image|
|830||Mr J L Hodson Collection||c1936||Dwellings #71 and #70||View Image|
|2022||Mr R Cotter - Lake Hawea||1931||Mr & Mrs Patrick Cotter and family||View Image|