Palmer photos.

WARRAH Station. Circa 1950's Stockman Frank (nuts) PALMER, picks up a straggler while mustering sheep & gives it a ride back to the flock.

Head stockman, Cecil PALMER with tar bucket in hand, branding freshly shorn ewes at the shearing shed yards.

Circa 1957 - WARRAH Station Shearing Shed. A pen of prime Merino rams for sale. Head stockman Cecil PALMER at top Lt in the blue shirt & shiny boots. The next man, holding the gate is Clyde PALMER. The Agricultural Gazette of NSW was only one shilling at the time.

Circa 1949 - WARRAH Station. Evie and Walter Palmer, riding their horse "Taffy", helping to muster the ewes and lambs. Their father Cecil Palmer was head Stockman and the family lived on Warrah Station.

Circa 1950. CECIL PALMER, Head Stockman at Warrah Station, with his mare called TILBY. After winning the Double, The Maiden and the Open Campdraft Championships at the Quirindi Rodeo.

Circa 1946. WARRAH STATION Woolshed Younger brother Walter Palmer supervising his older sister Evie Palmer feeding a poddy lamb. Their Father Cecil Palmer was Head Stockman at Warrah.

Father and son, Cecil and Ernie Palmer, at commemorative tablet, Warrah Station.

Cecil Palmer on his mare 'Bell', winning maiden and open campdraft, Quirindi rodeo 1948.

Ernie Palmer at Warrah shearing yards.

Just a few of the many Campdraft ribbons won by Cecil Palmer.

Some of the sheep stud and cattle ribbons won while Cecil Palmer was head stockman at Warrah.

Some photos from Walter Palmer.

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01.05 | 13:51

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02.04 | 20:38

Family past. Didn't know about the Warrah Station Bell.
Love the History.

28.03 | 16:21

Edward married Anne in Philadelphia came to Aust in 1877 died May1897
Anne died Sep 1940 they had the licence for the hotel in 1914

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