The table below shows the people that make up the group.
|No||Last Name||First Names||Maiden Name||Relationship||Occupation||Born||Died||School Year|
|1||Peake||John||Owner||Blacksmith (1870-1882, 1886-1898)|
The table below shows any historical notes about the party group.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|1877||1882||On 13 Jun Mr J Peake applied for the licence for the Carrick Range Hotel.||
On 13 Jun Mr J Peake applied for the licence for the Carrick Range Hotel.
|1876||1882||Advertisement in the Cromwell Argus||
On 21 Mar 1882 Mr J Peake advertised his shoeing forge in the township of Bannockburn.
|1878||1882||On 24 Jan, Emma Peake was a paying patient in hospital.||
On 24 Jan, Emma Peake was a paying patient in hospital.
|1875||1886||Advertisement from Cromwell Argus.||
In July of 1886, the following advertisement appeared in the Cromwell Argus. " J P begs to inform the public of Bannockburn and district that he has resumed business in his old premises opposite the Carrick range Hotel and requests the favour of their patronage "
|1879||1887||Sept 13. Advertisement in the Cromwell Argus.||
On Sept an advertisement appeared int eh Cromwell Argus indicating that all accounts were to be settled, and Mrs Peakes Buggy for sale.
|1880||1890||Court case - Emma Peake vs John Taylor.||
Court case - Emma Peake vs John Taylor.
|1881||1903||Mr J Peake working as a groom for Craig Roy Station.||
Mr J Peake working as a groom for Craig Roy Station.
The table below shows a list of images related to the party group. Click on 'View Image' to display more details about the image, and to view the image.
|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|271||Cromwell Argus via Paul Crump||24 March 1881||Bannockburn Shoeing Forge - John Peake||View Image|