Topics: Families and children

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1817 - West - view

I enquired why the children were carried off; they replied that many of them had been taken away by men in black clothes

1818 - North West - view

An “old woman, daubed with pipe clay, performs the part of leader

1820 - North Coastal - view

The artist draws or records other names of the people in Bungaree’s clan. Boin (Bowen) is Bungaree’s son. His mother is Toura. Bowen’s wife is Maria or Mary, her father is Jonza and her mother is Nan or Naney. Bowen’s daughters are Theda, Theela Bowen and his son Mark.

1820 - West - view

pupils

1820 - North Coastal - view

Pavel Mikhailov (the Russian expeditioner and artist) draws Bungaree and many of his clan, including Diana Boongaree daughter of Matora. Other family members who are named and drawn by Mikhailov include Matora herself (first wife of Bungaree).

1820 - West - view

children

1820 - West - view

John Luke Barber fathers at least 21 children

1820 - North Coastal - view

Since the men in Bungaree’s group were often absent from Kirribili, Mikhailov concentrated in his painting on the women and children. Volendens,Gulanba Duby, Gouroungan, Ga-ouen-ren, Matora.

1820 - West - view

Aboriginal child

1821 - West - view

marry the boys and the girls from the Native Institution

1821 - West - view

Aboriginal child

1821 - North West - view

These men often interfere with Koori women and take punitive action against men when they object

1821 - West - view

boys and the girls

1821 - Central - view

white woman in a relationship with an Aboriginal man

1822 - West - view

Koori woman

1823 - North Coastal - view

Webb is notorious among a branch of Bungaree’s descendants now living on the Central coast, as the man who sexually assaulted Sophie.

1823 - North Coastal - view

Birth of Charlotte Ashby, daughter of Sophie Bungaree and James Webb.

1823 - West - view

child

1824 - North West - view

imbalance of males to females led to a demand for Gooris on its property

1824 - North West - view

family history