Edward Saunders moves between the Hawkesbury and Singleton

1891-1908 Edward Saunders frequently moves between the Hawkesbury district and Singleton. In 1891 he is charged with stealing two pairs of boots at Singleton. His wife (Christian name unknown) is issued with an APB ration of infant food for her children in 1900. In 1898, Edward applies for roofing iron to build a house at Singleton. Two years later in October 1900 Edward applies for iron to construct a dwelling at Sackville Reach Reserve when the APB is assisting Aborigines at the reserve to build dwellings for themselves: it supplies materials, the Aborigines provide the labour. In 1908 Mrs Saunders is reported to be leaving Singleton for Mount Russell near Inverell. (APB Minutes; Brook, 1st edit, 30)