POPE, Christina Munro (Chrissy) interviewed by Jenny Campbell
Record Group — Box: 18
At the beginning of this interview Chrissie tells of her grandparents settling in NZ. Her Grandfather, John Robert Lamb, initially at Inch Clutha before getting ballot land at Tokanui. She goes onto describe life both domestic and farming practices on their farm at Quarry Hills. Chrissie recalls her education, leisure activities, marriage, family, moving to and farming at Dipton. When her husband Bill passed away Chrissie worked at H&J Smiths in Invercargill for 20 years in the material department. Later she gained a section in Te Anau in a ballot and moved a house onto this. She initially worked at a motel and then at H&J Smiths in Te Anau.
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