Noccundra SW QLD name index

Alphabetical index of given names, surnames and placenames
ABORIGINAL IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
ARCHAEOLOGY IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
ARE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
AREA IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
BANDICOOT IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
BEEN IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
BELONG IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
BELOW IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
BILLY IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
BRANCH IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
BUNDEENA IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
BURIAL IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
BURYING IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
BUT IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
CHARLIE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
CHILD IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
CHOOKOO IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
COASTAL IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
COMMUNITY IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
CONBAR IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
COOPERS IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
CREATOR IMG_2416_zpsec0d8e09
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CREEK IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
CUSTOM IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
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DEPARTMENT IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
DESCENDANTS IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
DESCENDENTS IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
DESCENT IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
DOONDILLY IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
EAST IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
ELSIE IMGP1355
Jane RICHARDS
(wife of W.H. RICHARDS)
d: 12 Jan 1920 aged 56
Daughter
Elsie ?
d: 15 Jul 1915 aged 22
Son
private George McCARTHY
died of wounds in France
d: 29 Jul 1918, aged 30
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
ESTATE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
EUROPEAN IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
EXTENDED IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
FACING IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
FAR IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
FIRST IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
FRANCE IMGP1355
Jane RICHARDS
(wife of W.H. RICHARDS)
d: 12 Jan 1920 aged 56
Daughter
Elsie ?
d: 15 Jul 1915 aged 22
Son
private George McCARTHY
died of wounds in France
d: 29 Jul 1918, aged 30
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
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GEORGE IMGP1355
Jane RICHARDS
(wife of W.H. RICHARDS)
d: 12 Jan 1920 aged 56
Daughter
Elsie ?
d: 15 Jul 1915 aged 22
Son
private George McCARTHY
died of wounds in France
d: 29 Jul 1918, aged 30
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
HAS IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
HEADSTONES IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
HERE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
HERITAGE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
IJG IMG_2416_zpsec0d8e09
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JAN IMGP1355
Jane RICHARDS
(wife of W.H. RICHARDS)
d: 12 Jan 1920 aged 56
Daughter
Elsie ?
d: 15 Jul 1915 aged 22
Son
private George McCARTHY
died of wounds in France
d: 29 Jul 1918, aged 30
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
JANE IMGP1355
Jane RICHARDS
(wife of W.H. RICHARDS)
d: 12 Jan 1920 aged 56
Daughter
Elsie ?
d: 15 Jul 1915 aged 22
Son
private George McCARTHY
died of wounds in France
d: 29 Jul 1918, aged 30
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
JPEG IMG_2416_zpsec0d8e09
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), default quality
KITTY IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
LAST IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
LISTED IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
LIVELY IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
LIZZIE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
LONG IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
MADE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
MANY IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
MARYILCO IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
MCCARTHY IMGP1355
Jane RICHARDS
(wife of W.H. RICHARDS)
d: 12 Jan 1920 aged 56
Daughter
Elsie ?
d: 15 Jul 1915 aged 22
Son
private George McCARTHY
died of wounds in France
d: 29 Jul 1918, aged 30
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
MCKELLAR IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
MINNIE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
MOONGA IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
NAMED IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
NATIONAL IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
NEAR IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
NOCKATUNGA IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
NOOLPIE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
NORTH IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
ONLAREE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
OSSIE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
OTHERS IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
PEOPLE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
PLAQUE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
POONKILLA IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
POSSIBLE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
PRIVATE IMGP1355
Jane RICHARDS
(wife of W.H. RICHARDS)
d: 12 Jan 1920 aged 56
Daughter
Elsie ?
d: 15 Jul 1915 aged 22
Son
private George McCARTHY
died of wounds in France
d: 29 Jul 1918, aged 30
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
PROTECTION IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
QUALITY IMG_2416_zpsec0d8e09
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), default quality
REMOVED IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
RESERVES IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
RICHARDS IMGP1355
Jane RICHARDS
(wife of W.H. RICHARDS)
d: 12 Jan 1920 aged 56
Daughter
Elsie ?
d: 15 Jul 1915 aged 22
Son
private George McCARTHY
died of wounds in France
d: 29 Jul 1918, aged 30
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
RITCHIE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
RIVER IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
ROWLAND IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
SEEN IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
SERVICES IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
SITE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
SOUTH IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
THESE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
THOSE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
TOOTABULLA IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
TOOTIE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
TREE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
TRIAL IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
TWO IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
UBALLIE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
UNION IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
UNKNOWN IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
USING IMG_2416_zpsec0d8e09
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), default quality
WANGKU-MURRA IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
WANGUMIT IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
WARDEN IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
WAT IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
WELL IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
WERE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
WEST IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
WILLICHULLIE IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
WILSON IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
WOUNDS IMGP1355
Jane RICHARDS
(wife of W.H. RICHARDS)
d: 12 Jan 1920 aged 56
Daughter
Elsie ?
d: 15 Jul 1915 aged 22
Son
private George McCARTHY
died of wounds in France
d: 29 Jul 1918, aged 30
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
YEEORGAH IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake
YOUNG IMGP1353_rs
This burial site is of the Wangku-Murra trial people
The Wangku-Murra area extended west to Coopers Creek, south 
to Maryilco and north to Bundeena and to the east as far as
the Wilson River. The custom of burying the deceased facing
north, as seen in the two headstones, these belong to a long descent
of Aboriginal descendents and European union. The first burial
is unknown but the last burial was in 1950 of a young Aboriginal
named Ossie Rowland of Nockatunga. Many others are descendants
of "Chookoo" who died near Ritchie's well. Many were removed
to coastal reserves.
Those buried here are listed below:
 Billy UBALLIE  - Poonkilla Bandicoot
 Wangumit Tree
 Doondilly Willichullie
 Noolpie Conbar
 Kitty Wat Ta  and Tootie Tootabulla
 Charlie Onlaree
 Lizzie Yeeorgah child Minnie
 Lively Moonga
This plaque and protection has been made possible by the National
Heritage Estate and the department of Community Services
Archaeology branch of Queensland
8-7-86
warden H.McKELLAR
Noccundra Cemetery, SW QLD
Copyright: Thom Blake


Noccundra Cemetery


Address: Noccundra-Warry Warry Rd Nockatunga, far south west Queensland, Bulloo Shire
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: 13

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