Zone - Rural
Portion - 78 - 80
Portion - 28 - 80
Portion - 79 - 40
Portion - 101 - 40
Area - About 240 acres.
C.T. Vol 2478 Fol. 205
Resumed by the NSW State Government - 1966
Kenneth V. E. Johnson
purchased from parents
Kenneth V. E. Johnson was born on the .... to parents Walter William Johnson & Grace A SKEIN
A GOOD CATCH. West Blowering. via Tumut.
Dear Uncle Jeff, — Our school holidays are nearly ended, and I am sony. I am setting 15 rabbit traps. In one rabbit trap I first caught a young rabbit, and then I set it again, and caugut a big brown snake, nearly 5ft. long. We have finished carting hay now, and are cutting saffron thistles. Did you get any presents for Christmas, uncle? I did — a gold tie pin, a self filling fountain pen and 5/. The grass is nice and green about here now. Would you ask some of the 'Banner' cousins to send in the song, ' Peggy 0 'Neill.' I would like some of the cousins to write to me. Love to aunty, the 19, and your self.— Kind regards from Ken Johnson. (Five-feet of brown snake is a good catch,! Ken. Did you skin him? Did you use your new fountain pen to write this letter?) - (Ref- Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1939)(about) Previous issue Friday 25 January 1924 Page 13).
1930 - GOOD OLD SANTA - West Blowering, Tumut.
DEAR Uncle Jeff, — I am eight years old, but I don't go to school. I get my lessons from the correspondence school, and I like them too. Santa Claus brought me three nice presents for Christmas and I got a nice lot of other presents as well. I was in Albury for a holiday two years ago, and I liked it very much. Next time I go to Albury I will call on you, that is if you would like me to. I live on a dairy farm 12 miles from Tumut, and we milk about 32 cows. We have some little calves and pigs; Our fruit is just getting ripe and the birds try to steal some of it. I have a little black kitten arid I call him Satan. He is very fond of playing. — Your new niece, Bessie Johnson. (I am delighted to hear from you,, Bessie, and I would be pleased to see you. The only difficulty is to find me at home as I'm often away.) - (Ref- Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1939)(about) Previous issue Friday 24 January 1930 Page 20).
1930 - A PRIZE WINNER West Blowering
DEAR Uncle Jeff,— Thank you very much for the 2/6 prize. I heard Amy Johnson land in Sydney the other day, and it was very nice. We have a little puppy. He chases the cats and goes rabbiting with Ken. We had some very strong wind and it blew a lot of limbs off the trees. I have four dollies; their names are Billy Boy, Joan, Jean, Mabel. We went to Batlow and saw a lot of fruit lying on the ground. — From your niece, Bessie Johnson; - (I think Batlow is a lovely place. Once took the wrong turning at Wondalga going from there to Tumut. - (Ref- Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1939)(about) Previous issue Friday 27 June 1930 Page 20).
1937 - Ken married Miss Mona French,(Bill) of Brungle on 22nd December, 1937
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