These two pictures and descriptions courtesy of Peter Butler: Joseph (Jack) Thomas Butler with prize winning maize crop 1928, at ‘Rosebowlee.’ Photo from the collection of Pat Murray. Butler Collection. Silver cup and prize winning maize, 1928. Grown on “Rosebowlee”. Photo from the collection of Pat Murray. Butler Collection.
A huge thanks to Peter Butler for this picture and comprehensive description: Back Row. Frederick (Fred) Joseph Beattie, William (Bill) James Beattie, Eveline (Lena) Blanche Mary Beattie, Ethel Ann Beattie. Second Row from back. John (Jack) Robertson Beattie, Isabella Sarah Beattie nee Butler, William James Beattie, James Beattie. Third Row from back. Edith (Eddie) Kathleen […]
Thanks to Peter Butler for this picture and description: Left to Right. William Carter, William Butler (jnr), Albert (Bertie) Butler, George Thomas Butler. Photo taken about 1925. 4 generations. Photo from the collection of the late Jean Jamieson. Part of the Butler collection.
Thanks to Peter Butler for this picture and description:
Thanks to Jenny Goddard for this fascinating piece of history: Our Uncle Jack Robson slipped his home made canoe into the river at Tumut in January 1936, aged 23 and after four months arrived in Adelaide. He travelled over 2200 miles along the Tumut, Murrumbidgee and Murray rivers, and for many years held the Inland […]