The Way We Were XXXXIV The Sulky and Passengers

Acknowledgement: ‘Horses and Bullocks Important in Pioneering Upper Hunter’, Scone Advocate, 2 October 1962 and Letter to the Editor, Scone Advocate, 12 October 1962.

Reprinted in ‘Mac Bridge; The Man and his Recollections’ by Heather Ashford and Margaret Ashford-Macdougall 1983, Scone and Upper Hunter Historical Society, 1983 Bi-Centennial Publication No. 2

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Mrs Wilfred (‘Barlow’) Farram and daughter Barbara (child in white cap), later Mrs Colin McRae

Others not known

At the time of writing Mrs Colin McRae is still going strong; well into the 10th decade of her life.