Dwelling #85. 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||c1930s||James Duncan Stewart and James Malcolm McLeod||Details|
|2||late 1930s||Benjamin William Burrows||Details|
|3||c1943 - c1953||William John Sweetingham||Details|
|4||Bannockburn Rabbit Board - various employees||Details|
|5||1960 - 1985||Reginald Bagley||Details|
|6||1985 - 1995||Bruce Donaldson||Details|
|8||1996 - 1998||Garth Ritchie||Details|
The table below shows any historical notes about the location.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|1262||c1930s||Ben Burrows moved into dwelling #85 in the late 1930's and lived here up until his death in 1943.||Ben Burrows moved into dwelling #85 in the late 1930's and lived here up until his death in 1943.|
|1264||c1943||Bill Sweetingham moved into dwelling #85.||Bill Sweetingham moved from dwelling #66 to dwelling #85. He remained here until his death in 1953.|
|1266||Dwelling #85 purchased by the Bannockburn Rabbit Board||The Rabbit Board purchased the land on which dwellings #85 and #86 are positioned. Various Rabbit Board employees lived in dwelling #85.|
|1267||1960||MR J D Stewart purchased the land on which dwellings #85 and #86 were positioned.||MR J D Stewart purchased the land on which dwellings #85 and #86 were positioned. He did not live in either dwelling, but they were rented by Stewart family friends, Mr and Mrs Bagley.|
|1268||1960||The Bagley's rented dwellings #85 and #86 from Mr J D Stewart.||The Bagley's rented dwellings #85 and #86 from Mr J D Stewart. The Bagley's were family friends who lived in Dunedin and enjoyed staying in Bannockburn for holidays and bowls tournaments. Dwelling #85 was used as a spare bedroom and storage shed, while dwelling #986 was used to live in.|
|1269||1962||The Bagley's purchase dwellings #85 and #86.||The land on which dwellings #85 and #86 were positioned was purchased by the Bagleys. Dwelling #85 remained unchanged but dwelling #86 was extended and renovated.|
|1270||1985||Mr G R Stewart purchased the land on which dwellings #85 and #86 were positioned.||Mr Bagley died in 1985, and Mr G R Stewart purchased the land on which dwellings #85 and #86 were positioned.|
|1271||1985||The Donaldsons rented dwellings #85 and #86 from Mr G R Stewart.||Mr Bruce Donaldson rented dwellings #85 and #86 from Mr G R Stewart. Some time later he married Joan and they lived in dwelling #86 while dwelling #85 was used for general storage. Bruce worked for Butsons Earthmoving of Queenstown and came from Twizel to work on he Clyde Power project.|
|1273||1996||The Hendersons rented dwellings #85 and #86 while their new house was being built.||Mr & Mrs Henderson had sold their house and orchard (location #13) and were waiting for their new house in Quartzville to be built. They rented dwellings #85 and #86 from Mr G R Stewart during this time, living in dwelling #86 and using dwelling #85 for storage. The new house was completed within three months and they shifted into it.|
|1274||1996||Mr Garth Ritchie rents dwellings #85 and #86,||Mr Ritchie moved from dwelling #109 and rented the two dwellings from Mr G R Stewart. He lives in dwelling #86.|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|320||Paul Crump||1998||Dwelling #85 - looking south west.||View Image|
|1879||Ron Murray collection||c1960||The Stone Store - location #87. Looking west.||View Image|