Richard Chugg1

#26876, b. 15 January 1908, d. 22 August 1978

Sale details over time - Charming and Historic Evandale Cottage

This quaint character cottage, situated behind a pretty hawthorn hedge in a wandering 'secret' garden and located in the centre of the popular heritage village of Evandale, provides a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in all the old world charm of the Georgian period. The original structure is one of the oldest in Evandale and was built for the Police Superintendent circa 1835 with bricks made locally by convict gangs - what a history! In one of the most desirable positions in town, the land alone (1145m2 approx) makes for a sound investment.
The home has been tastefully updated, while maintaining the charisma of both Georgian and Victorian periods. Featuring a bull-nosed verandah, iron lace, stained glass, original cedar joinery, original fireplaces, polished floors and quirky attic rooms - the list goes on! Offering 3-4 bedrooms, large 2 way bathroom with claw-foot bath and decorative pressed metal surrounds, and potential separate guest accommodation with extra bathroom in the east wing and formal dining.

24/08/2010      –      6 Rodgers Lane      $420,000      1145m2      N/A      House or cottage      –      –      –      –      –
07/06/2001      –      6 Rodgers Lane      $175,000      1145m2      N/A      House or cottage      –      –      –      –      –
10/04/2000      –      6 Rodgers Lane      $140,000      1145m2      N/A      House or cottage      –      –      –      –      –
10/08/1991      –      6 Rodgers Lane      $81,000      1728m2      N/A      House or cottage      –      –      –      –      –
09/01/1988      –      6 Rodgers Lane      $70,000      0m2      N/A

Individual's Timeline

Birth15 January 1908Richard Chugg1
Death of Father20 December 1947William John Chugg
Death of Mother26 September 1970Ethel Margaret Randall2,3
Death22 August 1978Richard Chugg4
Probate1979Richard Chugg

Primary events

Secondary circumstances

  • Occupation: Richard was an engineer. He was a munitions worker in 1943.

Research Notes

  • Research note 01: Sons Richard John (Police Inspector) and Ivan Peter (Manager).

Family of Richard Chugg and Jessie Burns Davidson

Citations

  1. Digger - Tas BMD Digger databases on CD, Surname: CHUGG
    Given Names: Richard
    Event: B
    Father/Spouse Surname: William J CHUGG
    Mother/Spouse Given Names: Ethel Margaret CHUGG nee Randall
    Date: 1908-06-15
    Sex: M
    Place: WHITE HILLS
    Registration Year: 1908
    Registration Number: 1453.
  2. Tasmanian Archives database: Chugg      Ethel Margaret      1971      AD960/1/129           53730.
  3. Max Chugg, "eMail from Max Chugg Tasmania," e-mail to Shirley Elrick, various, per Renata WATTS.
  4. Carr Villa Cemetery index, online http://www.launceston.tas.gov.au, Given Names:      RICHARD
    Surname:      CHUGG
    Age:      70
    Date of Death:      22/8/1978
    Date of Service:      24/8/1978
    Area:      Cremation
    Location:      COLLECTED
    Number:      
    Site:      JAD.