Mack’s Hotel and Berry Bank Homestead are two names closely associated with Joseph Gardner MACK – a very early settler in Geelong. Chain of Ponds gives a wonderful insight into this early pioneer and his family – well worth indexing.
Another gem is the huge index to A Whirr of Many Wheels – many thanks to Rod Charles for providing this index from his award winning book.
These are the book indexes that have been added this time around. We now have 1,429,520 records in the Geelong and District database. This is what’s been added since the last major update on 8 December:
- Chain of Ponds: a narrative of a Victorian Pioneer – Book – 975 entries
- The Todd Journal – Book – 341 entries
- A Whirr of Many Wheels: cycling in Geelong, Volume 1, 1869 to 1914 – Book – 1,767 entries
Details on these indexes can be found in the Geelong & District List of Books.
And don’t forget to search again for your ancestors in the Geelong & District Database – they could have been in the last load of additions!
Hi, I was hoping someone could let me know where the Mack Hotel is now. I understand and correct me if I am wrong, that Joseph Gardner Mack purchased this.
You’ll find the answers to your questions and more on my web site at … http://zades.com.au/gandd/index.php/geelong/pppluck/348-ppplmack