126 Peel Street

126 Peel Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051
State Library of Victoria, J. Linde Studio (Photographer)

Also known as J F Todd Grocery Store Source: Sands & McDougall Directory
Previous Address 20, then 24 Peel Street before council street renumbering
Style Victorian, Early : 1840-1860

Timelapse Building Images


State Library of Victoria, J. Linde Studio (Photographer)

Land Details

1. 1895 MMBW map.

2. Compiled Crown Record Plan

3. First crown land purchaser 1864 – J McDonald, lot 7 of section 63 North Melbourne.

Building Details

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Heritage Significance and Listings

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Social History

Ellen ‘Helen’ Todd of 81 O’Shanassy Street Hotham, passed away at her daughter and son in-law, Lloyd Hooper’s┬áhouse at 68 Molesworth Street in 1909.

The Argus

1874 shows J. F. Todd, grocer was at the corner of Peel and Princess Street in Hotham.

John F. Todd passed away in 1878.

Sands & McDougall directory

John Todd married Ellen Gallivin in Victoria in 1856.

John Todd was born about 1824 in Scotland to parents John Todd and Elizabeth Fulton. Ellen Gallivin, a native of Tipperary Ireland, sailed from Plymouth England arrived in Geelong Victoria in 1855.


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