----- Old world (prior
to the TS2 revolution) -----
This lot, previously referred
to as Willman's Abode, is one of Simmerville's oldest as it was cleared
130 years before TS2. Back then the address was 51 Simmerville. The first
house was built by Elirid Bluzz and was let to renters. Jork Willman was
the first renter, 10 years later, he and his family grew cabbage here.
His son Halber Willman took over, he married local Nadilla Fresco, and
they had a daughter named Agnelly. 85 years before TS2 the Willmans had
to move away because the new owner, Mr Naleus Bluzz, claimed to reside
the house. The ground was very poor, but they continued growing cabbage.
Mr Bluzz married the local
and poor Brenda Frocks, they had 4 children. Naleus Bluzz was a businessman,
but their cabbage produce was still 10/29 of their efforts.
One daughter moved to Slemmon
Heights, 2 daughters settled elsewhere in Simmerville, and their son, Rupert
Bluzz inherited this house 65 years before TS2. He married the local politician
Brucilla Hedgewood, they had 3 children. The oldest, Nathan Bluzz, inherited
Mr Nathan Bluzz was married
to a distant relative, 2nd row actress, Elianna Bluzz (from Summerset).
Nathan was a businessman, but they did not do well, and 34 years before
TS2 they sold the house and moved downtown. At the time they had a daughter
The new owner was Josefine
Gobelin (born 60 years before TS2). She was a local Gobelin, and she now
returned from downtown where she had worked at the SimCity Post Office.
Ms Gobelin never married, but 2 years before TS2 her older sister Adelheid
(Gobelin) leGrox was widowed and moved in with Josefine Gobelin.
Josefine Gobelin died 12
simdays after TS2, then her sister was dead already. Simanda (Moulino)
Swims bought the house but sold after only 4 simdays. It was vacant for
a while, then the Puzzlers from Babaya Community Center stayed here for
a couple simdays. On simday 30 the Muggey family bought the house, and
they still resides it on simday 43.