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RW 5-s14-174 · Item · 22 October 1835
Part of Wagga Wagga and District Historical Society

This probate document relates to the Will and Testatment of "Hugh Mackay, otherwise McKay, late of Mile Gully in the Parish of Manchester in the County of Middlesex and Island of Jamaica, Planter and Gentleman" who died on 5 July 1834. Administration of his Will was granted to John Jean Mackay, the brother of the deceased.

RW 5-s06-063 · Item · 1856
Part of Wagga Wagga and District Historical Society

This plan depicts an area of land labelled as Bullingbong Plain (an estimated area of 17943 acres) and includes the location of the house paddocks, the house, stable yard and stables. Also marked are Government Mark Trees, "Irvine's Claim", Bullenbong Creek, and Blind Creek.
The full title of this framed plan is: "Plan of the Run called Bullinbong. Murrumbidgee District. Occupied by Mr. Alexander Davidson." The plan is signed by WM McCulloch, surveyor, February 1st, 1856.

Wagga Wagga Free Punt
RW 0110 · Collection · 1871

Copy of a photograph of the free punt in Wagga Wagga.

Tarcutta Post Office
RW 183 · Collection · 1863-1872

Registered letter record books, mail despatched books, correspondence, lists of registered letters forwarded to Wagga Wagga, mails despatched and mails received record books, registered letters despatched books and panoramic photographs of Tumbarumba.

Tarcutta Post Office
Miscellaneous papers
RW 5-s06-061 · Item · c.1848-1880
Part of Wagga Wagga and District Historical Society

Various receipts; Letters; An agreement between Alexander Davidson and George Forsyth re sale of land; Letter re Wagga Wagga Bridge Company controversy from Frederick M Darley; Titles of pieces of music and note re acknowledgement of receipt

RW 0114-26 · Item · 1878-1880
Part of Dame Mary Gilmore

Original page from Downside Public School Admission register.

The Register lists Mary Gilmore, under her maiden name Mary Cameron, as a student of Downside Public School. See Admission No. 13.

See also Box 1: RW114-27.

Hancock Family of Chiltern
RW 983 · Collection · 1800-1884

Scrap book compiled by Mary Hancock, diary, notebook with copies of letters to Charles from his parents, letters to mother, and gold-lettered copy of 'The Sun' newspaper, 28 June 1838.

Hancock Family