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Aboriginal Biographical Index entry

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Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
Title
Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
James 'John' Munro; stockman; probably born around the 1830s in the Bundarra area, New South Wales; the Munro family lived and worked on Keera Station; the Munro suname probably came from the name of Donald Munro, the European who owned the station from 1860; married Mary Ann Hammond from the Liverpool Plains; he and Mary Ann were living on Abington Station when they married; the children of James 'John' Munro and his wife Mary Ann Hammond were John 'Jack' Munro born at Abington Station who married Annie (Elizabeth) Whitle [Harrison] about 1887 at Wellingrove and, after Annie's death, Sarah Harrison; Annie Munro who married James 'Bullocky' Harrison about 1881 at Glen Innes; William Munro who married Emma (Emily Amy) Harrison; Nellie Sullivan ('listed in records as the child of both James 'John' Munro and Charles Sullivan') who married Arthur Cross in 1931 at Tingha; James 'Jim' Munro who married Margaret Collins; Alexander (Alec) Munro who married Matilda Scott and moved to Bellbrook; grandfather of 23 grandchildren including Sissy Harrison (adopted), Bertha 'Tottie' Munro, Kathaleen Munro, Jessie Munro, Alexander 'Sandy' Munro; great grandfather of Earl Munro; it is not known when James 'John' Munro died; his wife, Mary Ann, also married Charles Sullivan from Walgett; she was known later in life as Queen Mary Ann Sullivan; family names of descendants include Beveridge, Blair, Boney, Bowden, Byrne, Campbell, Connors, Cross, Daley, Duncan, Ellis, Gardiner, Harrison, Jerrard, Landsborough, Levy, Livermore, Loy, Madden, Marshall, McAul, Munro, Nean, Riley, Saunders, Strong, Sullivan, Williams
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Munro, James
Label
Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
Link
https://www.imags.com.au/Bullcorronda/files/assets/common/downloads/publication.pdf
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Note
The ABI is a name index to published materials in the AIATSIS Library. Some records refer to deceased people or use words which reflect the attitude of the time or the author and may be offensive
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volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Label
Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
Link
https://www.imags.com.au/Bullcorronda/files/assets/common/downloads/publication.pdf
Note
The ABI is a name index to published materials in the AIATSIS Library. Some records refer to deceased people or use words which reflect the attitude of the time or the author and may be offensive
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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