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Ye Rokkes. This home was designed in eclectic style in 1902 by Aburrow and Treeby for John Jolly, a merchant and founding director of Premier Diamond Mine. Later notable occupants include F Glenton, tea importer, AA von Maltitz, mining engineer and director of Anglovaal companies, his wife Gerda von Maltitz, painter, and their daughters Amalie von Maltitz, sculptor, in Stalhuis, the converted stables, and Alida van Deventer, artist and marionette master. Alida used the billiard room as a small theatre, performing there for over five decades.

28 Pallinghurst Road, Westcliff, Johannesburg, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Westcliff. The original buildings and stables, designed by architect Harvey Clayton in 1903, were built for William Lincoln Honnold, an American mining engineer and his wife, Caroline. They arrived in the Transvaal in 1902. Alterations by Herbert Baker in 1909 changed and enlarged the north facade and added the west wing. Further alterations were done in 1917 by Pearse and Ellis. Honnold was with Consolidated Mines Selection Co. Through his America contacts he helped facilitate part of the establishment of Anglo American Corporation of South Africa, becoming one of its permanent directors. The house was later occupied by Harold Thomson Dickinson, manager of De Beers mine. He was involved in manufacturing munitions during World War I and, in 1936, became a director in the Anglo American Group.

19 Pallinghurst Road (tbc), Westcliff, Johannesburg, South Africa