Dwelling #79 - Terrace Road, north side. Nevis Street, west 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||1882 - 1898||John Peake||Details|
|2||1898 - 1908||Mrs Elizabeth Woodhouse||Details|
|3||c1910 - c1918||James Crombie Parcell||Details|
|4||c1918 - 1921||Robert Smith||Details|
|5||c1925 - c1951||Mrs Jane Agnes Scott (owner - non-resident)||Details|
|6||c1925 - 1929||Wolf George Auld||Details|
|7||c1930 - 1943||Mr William Elliot Scott||Details|
|8||1943 - c1948||Claude Liggins||Details|
|9||c1948 - c1951||Murray Robert Newman||Details|
|10||c1951 - c1953||Mrs Eleanor Marion Ritchie||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|1205||1897||Mrs Elizabeth Woodhouse purchased dwelling #79.||It appears that Mrs Woodhouse leased the Carrick Range Hotel (location #60) to Mr Thomas Ellis, and purchased dwelling #79.|
|1209||c1918||Robert Smith returned from WW1.||Robert Smith returned from WW1 with a new bride who he met in Britain, Blanche Labina ..... (Barbara). The couple moved into dwelling #79.|
|1213||c1925||Mrs Scott purchased dwelling #79.||Around 1925, Mrs Jane Agnes Scott purchased dwelling #79 and rented it to Mr W G Auld.|
|1221||1929||The Scott family move into dwelling #79.||The Scott family moved from dwelling #148 to dwelling #79 when the Auld family moved to dwelling #74.|
|1222||1943||The Scott family move to dwelling #113.||Mr Scott purchased dwelling #113 and the family moved to there from dwelling #79. It is not clear if dwelling #79 was sold at this time or rented out.|
|1214||c1925||The Auld family rent dwelling #79.||It appears that Mr Auld and his wife may have moved to dwelling #79 which they rented from Mrs Scott - who was living in Middlemarch.|
|1223||c1943||The Liggins family moved to Bannockburn from Becks, and lived in dwelling #79.||The Liggins family moved to Bannockburn from Becks, and lived in dwelling #79. Darkie Liggins was a rabbiter and had a ferret pit where he kept his pet ferrets.|
|1228||c1951||Mrs Eleanor Ritchie purchased dwelling #79.||Mrs Ritchie purchased dwelling #79 around 1951 and moved from dwelling #109 where she had lived with her daughter Rata Dorothy Kitto and her husband for some time. Mildred Eleanor Ritchie, who was Mrs Ritchie's eldest daughter, returned from Dunedin to live with her mother. Alan Ritchie, who was Mrs Ritchies son and a builder, Jack Gibson built Mrs Ritchie a new mud brick house about 10m behind (south of dwelling #79) and this new house became dwelling #80.|
|1229||c1953||Mrs Ritchie moved into dwelling #80.||Mrs Ritchie and her daughter moved into their new house (dwelling #80) and dwelling #79 was left empty for some time before being demolished.|
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|
|482||Miss A Parcell Collection||1899||Bannockburn Township - Bannockburn-Nevis Road.||View Image|
|2006||Cromwell Argus||20 Jul 1908||Dwelling #79 - For Sale||View Image|