In Threlkeld’s 1828 “return of the Black Natives” to the Colonial Secretary, he defines the local “tribe” as “all the persons related to (Old Jackey) and gave their “usual Place of Resort” as bounded to the south by Reid’s Mistake/entrance to Lake Macquarie, to the north by Newcastle & Hunter River, to the west by the five islands 10 miles west of our station (local family group/clan). Mathews named these people as Wannerawa (Wonnorua) and Wannungine. (Ford 340). Ie “Wannerawa, language of Brisbane Water towards Wollombi; Wannungine language Lake Macquarie. (Ford p339-41).