Names of Aboriginal peoples and families, from William Dixson blanket lists
These lists includes names of Aboriginal peoples and families, from blanket list included in the 'Documents relating to Aboriginal Australians, 1816-1853'.
1841?; First Report of the Aboriginal Mission Murrunggallang, Wellington.
31 December 1849; The Ninth Annual Report of the Apsley Aboriginal Mission conducted by the Rev. W. Watson, Minister of the United Church of England and Ireland, Wellington, New South Wales, by William Watson.
REPORTS TO THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF CROWN LANDS
1851?; Annual Report upon the Condition of the Aboriginal Natives inhabiting the Lachlan District during the Year 1850, by Edgar Beckham, Commissioner of Crown Lands.
1 January 1851; Report of the Aborigines in the District of Wellington, by William Colburn Mayne, Commissioner of Crown Lands, with Annual Return of the Aborigines in the District of Wellington.
28 January 1851; Report by Richard Bligh, the Crown Commissioner Gwydir, late Chief Commissioner on Condition of the Aborigines of his District with a Return of the Aboriginal Tribes in the District of Guydir.
6 February 1851; Annual Report on the State of the Aborigines in the District of Liverpool Plains for the Year 1850, by John H. Durbin, Commissioner of Crown Lands.
11 February 1851; Report upon the State of the Aborigines in the Clarence District during the year 1850, by Oliver Fry.
6 March 1851; Annual Report on the Aborigines in the New England District, by Robert George Massie, Commissioner of Crown Lands.
8 March 1851; Annual report on the State of the Aborigines in the District of Macleay River, by Edward C. Merewether, Commissioner of Crown Lands, with a Return shewing the Aboriginal Tribes in the Macleay River District and the Estimated Number of Inhabitants in each Tribe on 31 December 1850.
1 January 1853; Annual Report on the Aborigines in the District of Wellington, by W. Hall Palmer, Commissioner of Crown Lands.
1833; Return of Aboriginal Natives taken at Invermein in May and June 1833.
1833; Return of Aboriginal Natives taken at Wollongong on 30 July 1833, by F. Allman JP, Resident Magistrate.
17 October 1833; Letter from Alexander Berry to the Colonial Secretary enclosing a Return of Aboriginal Natives taken at Shoalhaven 17 September 1833 and Distribution of Blankets to the Aboriginal Natives at Shoalhaven.
1834; Return of Aboriginal Natives taken at Cassilis.
1 May 1844; Return of Aboriginal Natives, taken at Wollongong.
1 June 1844; Return of Aboriginal Natives, taken at Cassilis.
June 1839; Petition of Captain, Chief of the Caddie Tribe to Governor Sir George Gipps requesting a boat with which to earn his living. It is annotated with recommendations as to his good character by land and house holders of the district of Pitt Town - John Grono, Thomas Arndell, William Hall, Joseph Smith, David Roberts, Richard Roberts and John McDonald.
4 April 1839; Depositions of Major J.W. Nunn, Sergeant John Lee, Corporal Patrick Hannan and Major Fitton taken before Edward Denny Day, Police Magistrate and William Ogilvie and John Pike Esquires of the District of Merton, in an investigation into the death of certain Aboriginal natives in a collision with the Mounted Police near Mr Cobb's Station on the Big River in January 1838.
17 May 1839; Deposition of Lieutenant George Geddes McKenzie Cobban taken before Edward Denny Day, Police Magistrate, and William Ogilvie and John Pike Esquires of the District of Merton, in an investigation into the death of certain Aboriginal natives in a collision with the Mounted Police near Mr Cobb's Station on the Big River in January 1838.
26 August 1848; Depositions of Jonathan and Margaret Young of Timbercolli, McIntyre River taken before Richard Bligh, Acting Coroner concerning the cause of death of Bootha, an Aboriginal female of the Peichamboul tribe.
11 October 1841- 18 November 1841; Statements sworn at Bathurst before the police magistrates by William Carr, George Sutton, George Flitcroft, John Butcher, Sergeant Michael Reilly and Corporal Peter McEvoy concerning charges of murder against Joey alias Cudjenmoly and Jaco alias Currajomblay. The statements of Reilly and McEvoy are enclosed in a letter dated 9 November 1841 from Lieutenant W.S. Nicholson at Bathurst to the Officer Commanding the Mounted Police.
11 July - 15 November 1816; Letters and memoranda from William Cox to Governor Lachlan Macquarie mainly concerning hostile Aborigines in the Hawkesbury district and the disposition of the three military parties stationed there to protect the settlers, together with a note by Macquarie dated 19 July 1816.
17 January 1827; Letter from David Reilly JP of Inverary Park, Argyll to Charles Throsby concerning the Aborigines in his district.
19 January 1827; Letter from Charles Throsby of Sutton Forest, Argyle to the Colonial Secretary concerning the Aborigines in his district.
6 December 1837; Letter from Alexander Paterson of Bells Station, Manilla River (possibly to the Colonial Secretary) concerning outrages committed by Aborigines along the Namoi River.
9 April 1839; Photocopy of a letter from Edward Denny Day to the Colonial Secretary concerning the collision between Mounted Police under Major Nunn and Aborigines on the Big River.
20 June 1840; Letter from J. Allman, Commissioner of Crown Lands at Headquarters, Wellingon to Governor Sir George Gipps concerning outrages committed on Aborigines; annotated with a note by Gipps.
undated; Fragment of a letter from J. Allman concerning the shooting of some Aborigines.
9 November 1841; Letter from Lieutenant W.S. Nicholson at Bathurst to the Officer Commanding the Mounted Police concerning the capture of two Aborigines charged with murder - see 'Sworn Statements' above.
6 August 1849; Letter from Perceval S. Stephen at Juandah to Mr Walker complaining about the troublesome behaviour of the Aborigines in the neighbourhood of the Condamine River.
The full catalogue record is online at http://archival.sl.nsw.gov.au/Details/archive/110327964.