|Also known as||Sherborne House||Source: source: http://maps.melbourne.vic.gov.au/|
Timelapse Building Images
source: Gerber and Flannery family photo archive
Subsequent Building Alterations
Heritage Significance and Listings
|Heritage Listings and Explanatory Notes|
Grace Cecelia Gerber (or Cissy as she was known) , the younger sister of my grandmother, Mary Ann Gerber, would have worked at the family Loughmore Castle Hotel in North Melbourne prior to her marriage to James Michael Flannery at St. Mary’s, North Melbourne in 1901.
They lived at 333 Flemington Road, North Melb. for many years during which time 8 children were born.
Of particular note are the achievements of the 5th child, Norman George Flannery, who was awarded the British Empire Medal in 1978 for his works with migrants, the blind and the handicapped.
He was also a Life Governor of the Royal Children’s Hospital and the Royal Institute for the Blind.
As told to me by Doug Ramsay.
source: Doug Ramsay
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