Example of information contained in 1865 Return of Pastoral Rental for First & Second Class & Unsettled Districts..- not digitised

Example of information contained in 1865 Return of Pastoral Rental for First & Second Class & Unsettled Districts.. Approx. 4000 entries.

Landholders 1865-66

Some of the Names ‘B’

Note! This list is not complete-

The actual list provides the name of the district, the estimated area of the run, the annual rental, the assessment, the date of commencement and term of the present tenure

and the Appraised rental.

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Landholders 1865-66
LESSEE OR TENANT SURNAME FIRST NAME NAME OF RUN
Bagnall W. P. Coolah
Bagot J.C. Millioncowla
Bagot C.T. & J.C. llangothlan West
Bagot C.T. & J.C. Burrawondool
Bagot C.T. & J.C. llangothlan East
Bagot C.T. & J.C. Cambo Cambo
Bagot C.T. & J.C. Towndey
Bagot C.T. & Bagot C. Mongerorroo
Bald G. T. Alma
Bald G. T. Coonbaralla
Bald G.T. Kars
Bald G.T. Silestria
Bald G. T. Balaklava
Baldwin O. Dinnawarindi
Baldwin Otto Mungie Bundie
Bank N.S.Wales Hardon
Bank N.S.Wales Stonehenge
Bank of NSW Gundagai
Bank of NSW Callyn or Umbry
Bank of NSW Yarronah
Bank of NSW Kymo
Bank of NSW Yarrawah Back Block
Barber S. Bogoloro
Barber S. Benduck
Barker John Mount Mitchell
Barry L. Bangalal
Barton R.J. Boree Nyrang
Bayley W.P. Miangallia
Beit Henry Camira
Bell Henry Calomy
Bell Henry Polly Brown Back
Bell H. Polly Brewang
Bennett R. Carlingoinggoing
Bettington J. H. Wallonal
Bettington J.H. Tycannah
Bigge F.W. & Palgrave B. Bundinbarrina
Bigge F.W. & Palgrave B. Collareenbie
Binny John Glen Elgin
Bishop James Bullodaran
Bishop C., Foley E., Miers S., & M&C Bishop Cullengally
Bishop, Foly & Meire Colli
Blackman W.R. Gidginbilla
Blackman S.A. Gungalma
Blackman W.R. Bulgah
Blackman W.R. Balarora
Blackman John Neugal
Blackman W.R. Combogolong
Blackman W.R. Coeyal Warroli
Blackman S.A. Pier Pier
Blackstone J. New Tourable
Blackwood J. & R. Clare A
Blackwood J. & R. Clare B
Blackwood J. & R. Clare C
Blackwood J. & R. Clare A North
Blackwood J. & R. Clare B North
Blake Andrew Meliallina
Blake Andrew Goorable
Blake Andrew Yagobi
Blake Andrew Mosquito Creek
Blake Andrew Argowan Plains
Blakemore John Yarrow Creek
Blakemore John Cobra
Blaxland & Cooper Nuandle
Blaxland C. & Cooper J. Toryburn
Blaxland C. & T. Cooper Beverley
Bloxham Edward John North Darling Back Run No 8
Bloxham H.D. Gongolgan No 2
Bloxham H.D. Gongolgan No 1
Bloxham H.D. Polo
Bloxham H.D. Boura
Bloxham E.J. North Darling Back Run No 4
Bloxham Edward John North Darling Back Run No 7
Bloxham E.J. North Darling Back Run No 2
Bloxham H.D. Aripilis
Bloxham E.J. Talowla
Bloxham H.D. Boyong
Bloxham E.J. West Barrona No 2
Bloxham H.D. Pera
Bloxham Harry Drax Dunlop South-west
Bloxham H.D. Back Aripilis
Bloxham H.D. Toorale
Bloxham H.D. Mere
Bloxham H.D. Back Polo
Bloxham E.J. North Darling Back Run No 1
Bloxham E.J. North Darling Back Run No 5
Bloxham Edward John Dunlop Outer Nort West No 3
Bloxham H.D. Back Boyong
Bloxham E.J. North Darling Back Run No 3
Bloxham H.D. Perka
Bloxham Edward John Perra back
Bloxham Harry Drax Dunlop North-west
Bloxsome O. Whitmore
Bloxsome O. Yarrowford
Bloxsome O. Dundee
Bloxsome O. Ranger’s Valley
Boland Thomas Bald Hill
Booth C. Wongagong
Bootle Francis Bumbleberria
Borthwick T. P. Menedebrie
Borthwick Anne Auburn Vale
Borthwick W. junr. & C. Bull Big River Station
Bossley & Burdekin Atunga
Boulton, E.B. & Bell,D. Jeogla
Boulton, E.B. & D.Bell Bergen-op-Zoom
Bourke B. Whittwhittal or Adicumbene
Bowman G. Terry Hie Hie
Bowman G. Aitkin’s Flat
Bowman G. Maidenhead
Bowman G. Gurrygedah
Boyle G. & T. Gibbican
Brebner G.H.G. Toorookoo
Briggs C.W. & F.B. Sherwood
Britton T., W., P., & C. Bogewon
Britton Thomas Bogenong Western Back
Britton Thomas Bogenong East Back
Broadbent E. Banga
Broadbent E. Manwanga
Brocklehurst W.W. & E. Burway
Brocklehurst W.W. & E. Emogandry
Brocklehurst W.W. Mullingrundry
Brocklehurst W.W. & E. Kent
Brocklehurst W.W. & E. Sussex
Brocklehurst W.W. & E. Toloora
Brocklehurst W.W. & E. Guninga
Brocklehurst W.W. Upper Buggabudda
Brodribb W.A. Darling Block D
Brown Joseph Marengo
Brown Charles Kootooloomondoo North
Brown A. Dubbo
Brown A. Cuttabullah
Brown Mr. A. Beery
Brown A. Mogy Melon
Brown Andrew Jamderburn
Brown A. Toolaman Flats
Brown Andrew Tooraweanah
Brown A. Broken Plains
Brown John Coppymurrambil
Brown A. Cawell
Brown Andrew Caigan
Brown Charles Nungo
Brown Charles Weimbutta
Brown John Bunna Bunna Back Block No 1.
Brown John Bunna Bunna Back Block No 2
Brown John Yarranbar
Brown John Brigalow
Brown Andrew Zeariman
Brown John Bugobilla
Browne John Pullaming
Browne John Millie South
Brownlow R. Marthaagy
Bruce J.V.A. Bruce’s Plains No 1
Bruce J.V.A. Bruce’s Plains No 2
Bruce J.V.A. Bruce’s Plains No 3
Buchanan W.F. Warrana
Buchanan W. Tara
Bucknel C.W. & A.W. Munger Back Block No 2
Bucknel C.W. & A.W. Munger Back Block No 1
Bucknell C. W. Nowley East
Bucknell F.N. Gurrotha
Bucknell A.W., C.W., & F.N. South Werrit
Bucknell A.W., C.W., & F.N. Goratha West
Bucknell C. W. Nowley West
Bucknell W.W. Gingham
Bucknell W.W. & W. West Gingham
Bucknell C.W. & A.W. Boorara
Bucknell C.W. Mungyer
Bucknell C.W., F.N., & A. W. Pialy
Bucknell C.W. Doorobeeba
Bucknell C. W. New Bulycori
Bucknell C.W. Burrilda
Bucknell Bros. Direlmanildy
Bucknell Bros. Derriman
Bucknell Bros. Caranga
Budd Grace Hyandra East
Bundock W.C. Wiangaree
Bundock W.C. Keelgrah
Bundock W.C. Wiangaree West
Bundock, A.F., Barnes, H., Smith T.H. Strathedon
Bundock, A.F., Barnes, H., Smith T.H. Gordon Brook
Bundock, Barnes & Smith Donne Mountain
Bundock, Barnes & Smith Tempe
Bundock, Barnes & Smith Dryaaba
Button Chas. Burran East
Button Chas. Burran South
Button C. Dealwarraldi
Button Chas. Burran
Byrne C. J. Wadbiliga
Byrne Thomas Carlanga

 

 

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