1867c “King Jacky and Queen Biddy” near Gundy. Aboriginal people are living on Elmswood holding at Nectarbank (now known as Nalalban) just over the river, north of Gundy village. This is one of the tribal meeting places from where Aboriginal people periodically visit Dartbrook and the Page and Isis Rivers. “King Jacky and Queen Biddy” live there over the years. Others are trusted servants and good stockmen: Boodle, Jimmy Crimp, Teddy Adams, Walter Sergeant, and Tom and Walter Clarke. (Brayshaw, On revisiting Gundy, 233).