King Tom and Queen Maria welcome Governor to Segenoe. Aboriginal people participate in an official welcome arranged by landholder Potter Macqueen at Segenhoe on the occasion of a visit by Sir Richard Bourke, Governor of NSW. This includes “native chief of Segenhoe” who stands “with forty followers, painted in a most grotesque manner, carrying spears twelve and fourteen feet long and other instruments of war, and eight black boys, each holding a leash of kangaroo dogs…The evening ended with a corroboree”. Blanket returns for 1828-1829 list “King Tom as Chief of the tribe and his wife as Queen Maria”. (Sydney Morning Herald, 24 November 1834 in Brayshaw, On revisiting Gundy, 233-34).