David & Robert JOHNSON


David & Robert JOHNSON


In early times 12,000-13,000 sheep were grazed along the Murrumbidgee River. Robert Johnson established Adelong Creek station there in 1848

1839 - Index to Squatters and Graziers - date - 10 September 1839 - Robert Johnson, - Adelong - Henry Bingham Esq County of Murray NRS 906 [X812]; Reel 2748-2749, Page 18 - Superintendent: Charles Moore. - (Ref- http://srwww.records.nsw.gov.au/indexsearch/searchhits_nocopy.aspx?table=Index to Squatters and Graziers&ID=70&query=Johnson&frm=0)

1867 - BIRTH -

Mr DAVID (2nd) FREDERICK JOHNSTON, Esq., of "Adelong Station," Murrumbidgee District, eldest son of the late David (1st) Johnston, Esq., of George's Hall, near Liverpool, New South Wales,

1867 - MARRIAGE -

On the 21st instant, at All Saint's Church, Tumut, by the Rev. C. J. Byng, - Married Miss Jane Rebecca VYNER, second daughter of FREDERICK WHELER VYNER, Esq., Police Magistrate, Tumut. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Monday 26 August 1867).

1867 - CHILDREN -

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