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Cheesman Residence 9 St Andrews Terrace

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Address: 9 St Andrews Tce
Town or Locality: Willunga
Year constructed: 1850
Used for: Residence
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William Cheesman and family lived here from 1853 to 1877.

William Cheesman was the local bailiff and a staunch member of the Wesleyan Methodist congregation.

The house was sold by William's heirs to Richard Nottle in 1880.

The house is built of local stone and slate and has been extended and added to in both the 1880s and then the 1980s.

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Sources

  • Ruth Baxendale and Faye Lush Willunga Walks 2010 (1989)
Cheesman home, Willunga, in 2005.
Cheesman home, Willunga, in 2005.
Frances Cheesman (Mrs William Cheesman) c 1860s.
Frances Cheesman (Mrs William Cheesman) c 1860s.


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