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||Park||John||Husband||Gold miner c1875-1904|
|2||Park||Lydia||Wife||23 Sep 1905|
The table below shows any historical notes about the party group.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|1411||1875||Earliest record of Mr John Park||
The earliest record available to date of Mr John Park is the electoral roll of 1875. He is listed as a miner residing in Pipeclay Gully - the exact location is unknown, but may have been dwelling #96.
|1412||1896||Electoral roll of 1896||
The electoral roll of 1896 still lists John Park, without a wife, as a miner residing in Pipeclay Gully. About this time he appears to be sluicing on Bald Hill Flat with Messrs Kennedy and McGregor.
|1413||1902||Electoral roll of 1902||
The electoral roll of 1902 shows Mr John and Mrs Lydia Park living in Bannockburn, probably in dwelling #96. It is not known when Mr park married or when he moved from Pipeclay Gully.
|1414||1904||Last entry in Stones directory for John Park.||
This is the last entry in Stones directory for Mr John Park, miner of Bannockburn.
|1415||1905||Stones directory listing for Mrs Park||
Stones directory lists a Mrs John Park. On 3 Sep 1905, Mrs Lydia Park died. She is buried in the Cromwell cemetery. There is no headstone. It is not clear what happened to mr Park.
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