LOCATION: 7 Victoria Street, Hahndorf
Victoria Street walking tour - 1
SHR 11591 – confirmed as a State Heritage Place 1 September 1983
This dwelling, located at the T-junction of Church and Victoria Streets, was built c1840s, and is amongst Hahndorf's earliest structures. The architecture, encompassing a steep roof and loft and a simple plan without passage or hall, is typical of the colonial-German character of Hahndorf.
Information from The Hahndorf Allotments Database compiled by Reg Butler.
|Old Lot No.||New Lot No.||Street No.||Street Name|
|11||N.H. 16||7||Victoria Street|
|Year Sold||New Owner||Occupation||Owner's Home||Personal|
|1839||Friedrich Paech *||farmer & joiner||Hahndorf||From Nickern, Brandenburg|
|1853||Friedrich Paech||farmer & joiner||Hahndorf||GRO title. Died 1858.|
|1863||Louise Paech||widow||Hahndorf||Nee Jachning. Executrix.|
|1879||Ernst Rothe||farmer||Hahndorf||Son-in-law of F & L Paech.|
|1899||August Rothe||gardener||Hahndorf||Son of E Rothe.|
|1914||Gustav Hennig||labourer||Hahndorf||Brother-in-law of A Rothe.|
|1926||Bertha Hennig||widow||Hahndorf||Daughter of Ernst Rothe.|
Theodor Hennig ##
|Family of G & B Hennig.|
|1932||Albert Hennig %||farmer||Hahndorf||Son of G & B Hennig.|
|1981||Intensive Farming Pty Ltd||business company||Hahndorf|
Daniel Zoanetti and
Isabella, his wife
- * Nicknamed 'Tischler' Paech to distinguish him from JF Paech, farmer, from Rentschen, Brandenburg.
- ## These brothers and sister held the land as tenants-in-common, in unequal shares.
- % T Hennig made over his share to A Hennig in 1932; I Schaefer & C Hennig in 1948.
- Part section 4001 Hundred of Onkaparinga goes with this allotment.
- 3756/134 current title