Run No. 176
Blowering Valley, via Tumut NSW
Mr Joseph August LAMBERT
Brought the property from Edward George (E.G.) Brown. He then sold the property to Badgery
Zone - Rural
County of Buccheuch
Parish of Bogong
Date of selection with Portions and Acres plus money in Pounds outstanding payments:
Portion 231 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 7/7/9 in 1903,
Portion 235 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 7/6/7. in 1903,
Portion 181 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 9/11/3 in 1903,
Portion 186 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 9/10/3 in 1903,
Portion 209 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 13/0/1 in 1903
Portion 78 - 100 acres - Outstanding Pounds 72/11/11 in 1903
Portion 96 - 80 acres - Outstanding Pounds 29/12/4 in 1903
Portion 14 - 60 acres - Outstanding Pounds 22/4/3 in 1903
Portion 21 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 14/16/3 in 1903
Portion 22 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 14/16/3 in 1903
Portion 64 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 4/15/3 in 1903
Portion 33 - 206 acres - Outstanding Pounds 76/5/0 in 1903
Portion 142 - 145 acres - Outstanding Pounds 1/5/3 in 1903
Portion 190 - 60 acres - Outstanding Pounds 0/11/2 in 1903
Portion 151 - 100 acres - Outstanding Pounds 13/8/1 in 1903
Portion 157 - 80 acres - Outstanding Pounds 16/0/1 in 1903
Portion 248 - 47 acres - Outstanding Pounds 8/10/4 in 1903
Portion 182 - 300 acres - Outstanding Pounds 11/11/4 in 1903
Portion 201 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 13/8/2 in 1903
Portion 183 - 400 acres - Outstanding Pounds 13/7/7 in 1903
1871 - On Monday leavinging at an early hour his Excellency started for Kiandra, accompanied by a large party of gentlemen, breakfasting at the residence of Mr E G Brown, at Blowering, which is about ten miles from Tumut, on the way to Kiandra. 1 understand his Excellency expressed himself as highly pleased with the district, and with the hearty reception he has received over where he has been met with.
Lord Belmore is the first Governor who has honoured Tumut with a visit, let us hope he may not be the last. - (Ref- (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Friday 20 January 1871).
Portion 200 - 80 acres - Outstanding Pounds 26/10/3 in 1903
Portion 222 - 80 acres - Outstanding Pounds 26/13/3 in 1903
Portion 135 - 335 acres - Outstanding Pounds 79/3/5 in 1903
Portion 20 - 320 acres - Outstanding Pounds 118/3/5 in 1903
Portion 138 - 100 acres - Outstanding Pounds 8/12/4 in 1903
Portion 98 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 38/10/8 in 1903
Portion 99 - 180 acres - Outstanding Pounds 14/16/3 in 1903
Portion 15 - 50 acres - Outstanding Pounds 21/1/11 in 1903
Portion 49 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 11/2/7 in 1903
Portion 306 - 57 acres - Outstanding Pounds 10/11/0 in 1903
Portion 40 - 60 acres - Outstanding Pounds 14/12/3 in 1903
Portion 47 - 93 acres - Outstanding Pounds 14/16/3 in 1903
Portion 37 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds Freehold
Portion 88 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 12/10/7 in 1903
Portion 49 - 60 acres - Outstanding Pounds 7/16/0/ in 1903
Portion 103 - 60 acres - Outstanding Pounds 7/10/7 in 1903
Portion 115 - 58 acres - Outstanding Pounds 23/2/8 in 1903
Portion 206 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 35/7/8 in 1903
Portion 7 - 80 acres - Outstanding Pounds 10/2/6 in 1903
Portion 113 - 139 acres - Outstanding Pounds 36/19/7 in 1903
Portion 120 - 40 acres - Outstanding Pounds 10/2/6 in 1903
Portion 27 - 100 acres - Outstanding Pounds 36/13/4 in 1903
Portion 70 - 90 acres - Outstanding Pounds 10/13/4 in 1903
Portion 85 - 81 acres - Outstanding Pounds 17/13/1 in 1903
Portion 94 - 60 acres - Outstanding Pounds 13/0/3 in 1903
Portion 95 - 40 acres- Outstanding Pounds 8/12/10 in 1903
Blowering Station Head quarters
Total Acres - 13000.
ALSO owned - area 2 rods of allotment 10 of section 40 Parish in town of Tumut County Wynyard having a frontage to BROUGHTON STREET, TUMUT - 2 chains. Improvements - small wooden house - fenced. (Ref - Estate of Joseph Lambert - Deceased Intestate).
Joseph was born in c1846 Bradford in Yorkshire, England. His father was George Lambert of Netherdill, Yorkshire and his mother was Jane Butterfield of Bradford, Yorkshire. They arrived in Port Phillip, Melbourne on the 19th July,1848 on board the Palmyra - (Ref - http://members.iinet.net.au/~perthdps/shipping/mig-vic.htm) with (2) year old son Joseph Augustus Lambert, as FREE SETTLERS. (Ref Diana Diluca)
1906 - East Blowering Estate, well known as the property of the late Joseph Lambert, is the latest announced property for sub-division for closet settlement. It will be put up to auction at Tumut on November 1. Areas 479 acres freehold, 6,228 acres G. P. and about 18,000 acres pastrol holding are included in the estate, which is situated 12 miles from Tumut with frontage to Tumut River. Messrs Trebeok, Sons & Co. (Sydney), S. F. Wilkinson & Go and Bland Clayton & Son (Tumut), McEvoy & Co. (Mel bourne) are the auctioneers, and Messrs Taylor and Tartakover Tumut Morgan and Morgan (Cootamundra] are the solicitors. - (Ref- Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post (NSW : 1900 - 1925)(about) Previous issue Friday 28 September 1906 Page 3).
Arrived 19 July 1848, with Captain John Robertson as it's master, it weighed 602 tons, it was a barque and sailed from Plymouth, England to Port Phillip, Melbourne, Australia. The ships Surgeon was Superintendent Alex Russell who assisted emigrant passengers, 5 babies were born, and only 6 deaths occured, being 1 adult and 5 children.
Records indicate that Joseph Lambert at the age of about 16 years worked on the Adelong Station for Mr Thomas Hill Bardwell (these two families were to become united through marriage of Joseph's daughter Alice and Thomas's son Charles). After a time he moved onto work ............Then in about 1872 Joseph purchased the Blowering Station from Mr E G Brown.
Sale - Mr. E. G. Brown, Tumut sold 3000 ewes for Mr.Lambert, East Blowering - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 25 June 1881).
GUNDAGAI, MARCH 14-The following stock passed to day -2000 mheep from Ringbinnah station, near Tumut en route for Cootamundra, Franklin owner, 5700 weathers from Lamberts Blowering station to Bland, Badgery owner The weather is beautifully fine The Murrumbidgee at Gundagai rose several feet to day, ovvlue; to the Hood in the Tumut River yesterday - (Ref- The Argus (Melbourne, Vic: 1848 - 1956) Tuesday 15 March 1887).
The show was crowded again to-day. Visitors came from all the surrounding districts. There was a splendid lot of exhibits in the horse section. In blood horses, Henry Butler, Robert Downing, F. H. Guy, Angus Rankin. Charles Baker, D. F. Robertson, James Simmers, and Thomas Mulvihill, carried off the chief honours. In draughts, W. H. Hargreaves, G. Wilkinson, J. Wilkinson, J. Oregon, Brown, and Harris won first honours. Tho cattle section was not so numerously filled as anticipated, as the Wantabadgery cattle were prevented from coming on account of serious bush fires which were raging on the run.
The classes were fairly filled. The judges wore Robert M'Intyre, Matthew Bradley, Frederick Chisholm, and George Mair, jun.
In Durhams, .Thoms Robinson, of Kimo, carried off the palm ;
in Herefords, Joseph Lambert, of Blowering.
In farmers' prizes, Edward Brennan, of Gocup, and Robert M'Alister, of Tumut, divided honours.
The fat cattle were truly superb. James Robinson won nearly every prize,
Robert Downing, of Gilmore, taking special for best fat bullock.
There were larger entries of sheep than usual. Laurence Brennan and F.H. Guy were the principal prize - takers.
There was a good show of native birds and poultry. George Kater Groon, of Tumut, showed a grand collection.
The dog section was well filled, also farm produce. In the latter, Georgo Clout, of Brungle, placed 32 exhibits, and won high honours, including L. Mandelson and Co's 26-guinea cup; Donald F. Robertson ran next, with grand exhibits.
William Bridle, Rosevale, won one silver cup, given by Brungle farmers, for best maize.
George Clout carred off Harrison, Jones, and Devlin's special for best collection of grain exhibits.
The horse trials were the great attractions to-day, 28 hunters leaving. The trial is not concluded. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 23 February 1888).
E.G. BROWN has received instructions from Mr JOSEPH LAMBERT, Esq., Co sell by public auction, at the Commercial Hotel, TUMUT, on SATURDAY, 2nd JUNE, 1888 at 2 o'clock,
That well-known pastoral property,
situated 12 miles from the town of Tumut, and has a frontage to the Tumut River.
There arc 188 acres 1 rood .10 perches freehold
4773 acres 3 roods C. P. ,
4920 acres leasehold area
5539 acres resumed area.
The whole of the land is highly improved, fenced and sub divided, all sheep proof. 'The land is suitable for cattle and sheep, -and the rich river flats are invaluable for agriculture, and can be leased at high rents for maize and tobacco. There, is a comfortable residence, woolshed, stable, i.e., erected on the land.
The auctioneer would remind intending purchasers that there is almost a certainty of the railway being extended from Gundagai to Tumut, which will greatly enhance the value of all properties in the district, and would invite inspection before the day of sale. .
Possession can be given at offer.
Terms-Half cash, and balance at one and two years, bearing interest at the rate of 7 per cent.
1000 sheep, 220 mixed cattle, and 60 horses will be sold separately.
For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer._ (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) a Page 20 - Saturday 12 May 1888).
East Blowering Estate, well-known as the property of the late Joseph Lambert, is the latest announced property for sub-division for closet settlement. It will be put up to auction in Tumut on November 1
1. Areas 479 acres freehold, 6,228 acres G. P. and about 18,600 acres pastrol holding are included in the estate, which is situated 12 miles from Tumut with frontage to Tumut River. Messrs Trebeok, Sons & Co. (Sydney), S. F. Wilkinson & Go and Bland Clayton & Son (Tumut), McEvoy & Co. (Mel bourne) are the auctioneers, and Messrs Taylor and Tartakover Tumut, Morgan and Morgan Cootamundra, are the solicitors. - (Ref- Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post (NSW : 1900 - 1925)(about) Previous issue Friday 31 July 1908 Page 3).
Australian Town and Country Journal
7 November 1906
The East Blowering Estate, of 20,000 acres, 12 miles from Tumut, was offered by public auction, at O'Brien's Hotel, on Thursday last, under instructions from the administrators of the estate if the late Joseph Lambert.
No bid was obtained for the property, which was passed in for private treaty.
The auctioneers were Messrs. Trebeck, Son, and Company (Sydney), S. F. Wilkinson and Company (Tumut), Bland, Clayton, and Son (Tumut). - (Ref-
1866 Mr Joseph Augustus LAMBERT, married Miss Miriam GRIGSWELL,(note BDM spelling GREGSWELL) in Wagga Wagga,NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.3227) Three children were born during this marriage:
In 1866 - 1st child born during 1st marriage was Alice Victoria LAMBERT, parents Joseph A & Miriam in Wagga Wagga, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.15668) In 1889 Alice V married Mr Charles Darby BARDWELL in Tumut, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.7112). Charles being the son of Thomas Bardwell owner of "Adelong Station" Charles and Alice went on and produced five children, see their own page. Records indicate that Alice Victoria was about 36 years of age at the time of her fathers death.
In 1868 - 2nd child born during 1st marriage was George Francis Lambert, parents Joseph A & Miriam was born in WAGGA WAGGA, NSW, the birth place of his mother - (Ref NSW BDM No.17350). In 1902 George Francis LAMBERT, married Miss Mabel Maude Bennett in Tumut, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.2339) George Francis and Maude M Lambert hand four children, for details see their own page: Sometime after his fathers death the name George Francis Lambert appeared on the records as a joint owner of "Blowering Station".George was about 34 years of age at the time of her fathers death.
In 1870 3rd child born during 1st marriage was Rosina Jane (June) Lambert parents Joseph A & Miriam was born in Wagga Wagga - (Ref NSW BDM No.18144) In 1899 she married Mr George HUIE in Wagga Wagga, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.1984).They produced three children, see their own page.
Then the records show that in 1906 Rose J LAMBERT married Mr Henry A WATKINS in Tumut, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.11254). The next year 1907 a baby girl named Pearl R WATKINS was born in TUMUT, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.40938) -
In 1944 at the age of 74 years Mrs Rosina Jane WATKINS daughter of Joseph A & Jane Lambert died in Ryde, Sydney. NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.20768).
In 1873 only about 7 years after her marriage Miriam LAMBERT, daughter of Mr & Mrs Josiah & Rosina GREGSWELL died in WAGGA WAGGA, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.7162) after complications during child birth.
1879 Joseph Augustas Lambert married Isabella McGillivray, in Sydney, NSW (Ref NSW BDM No.1185) Isabella was born in 1859 her parents were Donald & Elizabeth McGILLIVNAY of Tumut,NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No. 13069). She is buied in the Old Pioneer Cemetrey, Adelong Road, Tumut - (Ref - LAMBERT Isabella - Ref - http://hodgeswebsite.tripod.com/Pioneer%20Cemetery.htm#LACY)
1st child from 2nd marriage was born in 1881 Percy LAMBERT, parents JOSEPH A & ISABELLA in Tumut - (Ref NSW BDM No. 27525)
2nd child from 2nd marriage was - 1882 Donald Lambert, parents JOSEPH A & ISABELLA was born in Tumut,NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.28534)In 1904 he married Miss Sarah A BUTTERFIELD, in Wagga Wagga,NSW - (Ref NSW BDM N0.2317) There are two children of this marriage listed on their own page
3rd child born from the 2nd marriage was On the 15th December,1884 Cecil Lambert parents Joseph A & Isabella was born in Tumut,NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No. 32593) for his details see his own page.
4th child of the 2nd marriage was - 1885 Grace LAMBERT, Lillian parents JOSEPH A & ISABELLA born in Tumut, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.33522)
5th child of the 2nd marriage was - 1886 Stewart LAMBERT, parents JOSEPH A & ISABELLA was born in Tumut, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.34779) Records show that in 1957 Stewart LAMBERT, son of Joseph A Lambert died in Condell Park, Campsie. Sydney at the age of 69Yrs. - (Ref NSW BDM No.18770).
6th child of the 2nd marriage was - 1889 Violet I Lambert (1st) parents JOSEPH A & ISABELLA was born in Tumut, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.35066). In 1910 she married Donald R E Stockwell in Adelong, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.11184). The NSW BDM show three children were born with Violet Stockwell as the mother and various spellings for the fathers first name.
1890 Isabell LAMBERT, daughter of Donald & Elizabeth McGillivnay died in Tumut, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.12684)
On the 1st January, 1901 Joseph A LAMBERT married Miss Jane SUTTON, in Tumut,NSW (Ref NSW BDM No.5030) Jane was born Aug 1866 in Romford, Essex, (Ref Diana Diluca, UK) and died 1948 in Ashfield, NSW.
1st child of the 3rd marriage was In 1902 Grantly Lambert, parents Joseph A & Jane was born in Tumut, NSW (Ref BDM NSW No. 26945) - Only about 10 months old when his father was killed on the Blowering Station property in an accident involving a horse. Grantly died in 1924.
At the age of about 57 years Joseph A died on the 11th January, 1903 at Blowering Station following an accident involving a horse. Unfortuantely he died "INTESTATE". There are pages of official papers in relation to this matter that will be transcribed in due course. The property was then in the names: Jane Lambert & George Francis Lambert,(1st son) and J G Ware, of the UK after Joseph's death in 1903, George being the first son in the first marriage of Joseph and Miriam Lambert.
The whole of the land is securely fenced, rung and subdivided. Some 200 acres have been cleared.
1919 Herbert V LAMBERT, V married Miss Ivy P F DANVERS, in Tumut, NSW. - (Ref NSW BDM 13491)
1940 Ernest John LAMBERT, married Miss Pearl Joyce GILCHRIST, in Tumut, NSW. - (Ref - NSW BDM 20145). He is shown in the 1949 NSW Elect Roll as living in Broughton Street, Tumut working as a labourer.
1942 Keith Ernest LAMBERT, married Miss Una Elizabeth Groves in TUMUT (Ref NSW BDM No.33698)
1946 Ivy Philomena LAMBERT married Herbert Maurice ROLSTON, in TUMUT.- (Ref NSW BDM NO.22886) In 1975 Ivy Philomena ROLSTON, daughter of ALBERT & ADA died , AREA UNSTATED- (Ref NSW BDM No.317590)
The property was sold to Mr Charles Badgery who became the fifth owner of "Blowering Station".
1907 Messrs. Trebeck, Son, and Company, Sydney, report having sold on account of trustees late Joseph Lambert, East Blowering Estate, near Tumut, with 6500 acres of secured lands, and a large area of occupation licence, the "purchaser being Mr. C. L. Badgery - (Ref- Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 - 1907)(about) Previous issue Wednesday 17 April 1907 Page 9).
1906 - TUMUT.- Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post (NSW : 1900 - 1925) Friday 28 September 1906 page 3 Article... TUMUT. East Blowering Estate, well-known as the property of the late Joseph Lambert, is the latest announced property for sub-division for closer settlement. - (Ref- http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/result?q=Wilkinson+east+blowering).
Births for the last name Lambert in the years 1788 to 1910 registered in the District of Tumut.
27525/1881 LAMBERT PERCY born to parents JOSEPH & ISABELLA in TUMUT
28534/1882 LAMBERT DONALD born to parents JOSEPH & ISABELLA in TUMUT
32593/1884 LAMBERT CECIL born to parents JOSEPH & ISABELLA in TUMUT
33522/1885 LAMBERT GRACE L born to parents JOSEPH & ISABELLA in TUMUT
34779/1886 LAMBERT STEWART born to parents JOSEPH & ISABELLA in TUMUT
35066/1889 LAMBERT VIOLET I born to parents JOSEPH & ISABELLA in TUMUT
26945/1902 LAMBERT GRANTLEY born to parents JOSEPH & JANE in TUMUT
16675/1903 LAMBERT BERYL M born to parents GEORGE F & MABEL M in TUMUT
8387/1905 LAMBERT VIVIAN G born to parents GEORGE F & MABEL M in TUMUT
8461/1906 LAMBERT NORMAN F born to parents GEORGE F & MABEL M in TUMUT
40962/1907 LAMBERT ALMA M born to parents GEORGE F & MABEL M in TUMUT
32683/1910 LAMBERT ROY A born to parents GEORGE F & MABEL M in TUMUT
27362/1904 LAMBERT NOEL A born to parents CLAUDE E & MAY E in TUMUT