104 Victoria Street Flemington
From Public Record Office Victoria
104 Victoria Street Flemington is associated with 104 Victoria Street Flemington located at these coordinates -37.7850912318, 144.936093579
| 104 Victoria Street Flemington was one of the many houses that have been acquired and demolished under the Slums Reclamation Act 1939. Before the clearances of this part of Flemington began, this brick home served as the base for the Spence family - Henry Spence and his wife Isabella lived here in 1887 & 88 and later it became the home for their son Henry jnr. Behind the house was the family tannery which fronted into Hornsby Street. By 1903 William Henderson and his wife Annie were living here although the property was still owned by Isabella Spence. The site of both the house and the tannery is now part of Debney's Park.
This property profile forms part of the Victorian Era Victoria Street Flemington project.
|PROV, VPRS 5708/P4 Unit 2|
|Agency VA - 511 (City of Melbourne and Borough of Flemington and Kensington)|
|Record Type:||Rates Books|
|victoria street, flemington, henry spence, henry spence jnr, william henderson|
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