HOLMS, William Turnbull interviewed by Cathy Macfie
Record Group — Box: 10
In this interview William gives a description of the layout of their large family home near Waimahaka. He tells of his close family, his education and employment. On the farm they had Hereford cattle and a Romney sheep stud and used horses for stock work. He and his wife saved 150 acres of bush through QEll Trust Covenant. His uncle James invented Holms Patent Coupling link for the ploughing harness.
- Macfie, Cathy (Interviewer, Person)
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