Strong Women Mug

$32.00

Strong Women Mug

Two of our favourite things… camping and cute mugs!

Our Camp Mugs are ceramic and made to look vintage and rustic with its distressed edges and will remind you of good memories made with family and friends! It is perfect for coffee, soup or hot chocolate by the campfire!

Material: Ceramic

470ml – 9.53cm H x 10.16cm diameter

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Description

Strong Women Mug

Brookfield House

Built 1896 – 1897

Built for the Regular Permanent Army personnel, seconded to the local troop of NSW Mounted Rifles. The Army unit was a volunteer unit known as a Militia Force or Volunteer Army Reserve Force.

The Officer Commanding was Lt.Col. J.W. Macarthur Onslow and their drill hall was the present Camden Show Ground.

First rates paid to council by Captain Antill of the local NSW mounted Rifles Troop.

One of the residents at this time was Staff Sergeant Lacey

1912 – Gas Lighting in the streets of Camden

1920’s – Miss Mackenzie’s Boarding House

1923 –Mr and Mrs Dick White lived here

1929 – Asphalt completed to Hill Street

1930’s – Camden gets Electricity

1937 – 1976 Rofe family lived here – Top veranda was enclosed at this time

Mr and Mrs Ernest and Ruby Rofe and 4 sons, Ron, Sid, Keith and Laurie all raised in the house.

1941 – Kerbing and guttering to be carried out on Hill Street,

1978 – 1983 – Dr Peter Arnaudon, Practiced from front rooms the family lived here- Peter and Sue with children Adrien, Alex and Elise.

1984 – Offered for sale and bought by the Wheeler Family

1989 – Brookfield House had Devonshire Teas along with Patchwork and craft supplies with an Art Exhibition room.

1996 – offered for sale

1998 – Antique shop.

2003 – 2010 Owned by Tim and Lynelle Stewart lived here with their children Emily, Jesse, Amy and Tilly.

2010 – 2019  – Owner Penny Fischer- Camden Councillor – daughter of NSW minister Pru Goward and sister to Kate Fischer

2019 – Bought by the Webster Family, They did a total renovation 2019/2022

2022 – 1st July Brookfield House opened as a Tea House owned and managed by

Mother/ daughter duo Natasha Webster and Jacinda Dujakovic.

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