Friday, April 11, 2008

Budawang Aborigines

Cathy Dunn, a professional Historian and noted author specializes in Aboriginal Culture and Research. Located in New South Wales (NSW), Ms. Dunn has access to many records and has provided indices regarding convicts and residents in NSW as noted in my previous post.

Cathy Dunn states on her website "The Budawang tribe were the Aboriginals to be sighted by Captain Cook in 1770, on Koorbrua beach at Murramarang. The tribal area of Budawang is from Conjola in the north, Lake George in the West and the Moruya (Deua) River in the south." The area is located on the coast of New South Wales, Australia.

Ms. Dunn has indexed Roman Catholic and Church Of Engalnd Baptisms, Marriages and Death for the Milton Ulladulla, Aboriginal Households on the 1902, 1903 and 1922 Electoral Rolls and a list of aboriginal men that served in World War I. The images are not availble to view on the website, but the information from these records have been indexed and are placed in alphabetical order for ease of searching. The indexed information includes names, dates, place of the event and parents are listed with the birth information of a child.

If you would like to research in these databases, click Budawang Aborigines. Have Fun1
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