Junee history in focus

By Graham Elphick
Updated June 19 2018 - 11:16am, first published 11:00am
STALWART: Christopher Crawley arrived from Wantabadgery in 1876 and by 1877, the Crawley family had acquired most of the land where Junee now stands.
STALWART: Christopher Crawley arrived from Wantabadgery in 1876 and by 1877, the Crawley family had acquired most of the land where Junee now stands.

FOLLOWING Richard Gwynne’s death in 1865, and the Jewnee Run was split into North and South, the North licence being sold to Arthur Rasch and Edward Pine-Coffin. Others held the North licence over following years and some fencing of paddocks occurred.

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