Post-War, Gable Domestic Carpenter with Austerity Influences
No. 87 (previously was no. 187) Duke Street is a single house constructed of timber framing and fibro cement cladding with a gabled corrugated iron roof. There are later additions to the rear.
The place is consistent with the pattern of development in Plympton and plays an important role in the pattern of development of a working class suburb.
1941 On June 6, at Claremont, Patrick Lynch, formerly of 87 Duke-street, East Fremantle, husband of the late Mary Jane Lynch, dearly beloved father of Joseph and Evelyn (Mrs. H. Leverett); fond brother of Joseph. Annie (Mrs Keating) and the late Michael (Collie): and brother in-law of Isobel; grandfather of Jack Leverett Molly and Charlie Lynch; aged 68 years. RIP (reference)
1912: Grenfell, Mrs A.
1913: Grenfell, Thomas P.
1914 - 1919: Carlson, Carl
1920 - 1921: Godfrey, Edward O.
1922: Jacobsen, Olaf C.
1923: Jones, James
1924: Dew, Charles
1926: Stratton, Harry
1927 - 1940: Watson, Miss Edith Bell
1941 - 1944: Lynch, Mrs Isabella
1945 - 1947: Robinson, Mrs Margaret