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Taylor Alf

Alf Taylor can trace his heritage back through three generations in Rowville and thus he is one of the most knowledgeable people with regard to the district's history.  Alf Taylor can trace his family connections with Rowville back almost 130 years t...

Taylors Alf’s Collection

      Sarah Taylor Sarah Taylor (nee Sutton). Sarah had come to Australia at the age of two with her parents, Michael and Martha Sutton, from Lincolnshire in England. She married John Sutton, also an immigrant from Lincolnshire, ...

The Changing Landscape

The landscape of the region has been shaped over millions of years, from the emergence of the Dandenong Ranges, to their erosion and the subsequent deposit of rich soils that formed the great mud plains to the north, west and south of the district. Great mag...

Tresise Max

Max and Sally Tresise Max and Sally Tresise were among the very first residents on the Twin Views Estate. The estate had formerly been the sixty acre farm in Taylors Lane of the Raymond family. The Raymonds had sold to developers Wallace and McKay, who ap...

Turnbridge Jill

Stamford Park in the 1920s Jill and Barbara Tunbridge tell of the times they spent at Stamford Park in the 1920s as companions for April White, the grand-daughter of Jack and Belle Murray.  From 1922 until the property was sold in the 1930s, Jill an...
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      Sarah Taylor Sarah Taylor (nee Sutton). Sar...
Vancam Boys Jonathon and Peter at the front of their home in Hillview Avenue ...
Williams Children Fred Williams (at rear) with his younger brother and four sis...
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