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In 1861, Abel Hardman and his wife Mary, lived in Stanley Street, in inner Sydney, in the colony of New South Wales. The house in Stanley Street is listed in the Sydney Assessment Books as being made of stone with a shingled roof. It is listed as having two floors and seven rooms. The yearly rates payable for the property in 1861 was £60, and this was payable by the occupier.
The house still exists today and is listed on the Historical Register as a good example of Victorian Terrace Housing.