Beautiful stonework always stands the test of times. Another precious relic of times gone by.

In 1832 there are two Hamilton houses here, belonging to John and Henry Hamilton.  It is likely that they were brothers. By the 1850`s there is only Henry Hamilton left here. Then, by 1885, Henry`s farm and house has gone to Alexander Hamilton, obviously his son. By 1901, Alexander is gone and his widow, Elizabeth who is 60 years old, is living with her two daughters, Abigail 30, Sarah Ann 27, and her two sons, Henry (jun) 25 and Robert 19. Ten years later, only Henry (jun) and his sister Abigail are living there. When Henry died, neighbour, Willie Bradley who owned the small farm next to it, bought Hamiltons. It was then sold to Harold Sinclair`s family.