Police Station, Duchess
A/48345 1. 7.1938 - 23. 1.1939 Queensland State Archives
A/48346 3. 7.1939 - 14.12.1939 Queensland State Archives
A/48347 2. 8.1941 - 31.12.1941 Queensland State Archives
11. 7.1938 To C.P.S., Cloncurry
Mick McCabe of Dajarra, aboriginal half-caste, in Cloncurry District
Hospital. Has a wife and 5 or 6 children at Dajarra.
27. 7.1938 To Inspector of Police, Cloncurry
Re: Doris Parker of Dajarra, aboriginal half-caste, whose death took
place at 3.00am on 25. 7.1938, 13 hours after the birth of a son.
Her husband was Arthur Wallace Parker. They were married on 20. 9.1936
at Urandangie when she was 17 years old.
Also mentions other half-caste women:
Jane de Satge
Child is being cared for by Mrs. Jack Craigie of Dajarra, who is
a half-caste and sister to the deceased.
25. 8.1938 To Protector of Aborigines, Cloncurry
Doris Parker is Doris D-88
16. 9.1939 To Protector of Aborigines, Cloncurry
Re: Doris Parker
Her husband Arthur Wallace Parker is white.
Her parents are William Wilson, half-caste and Daisy Wilson,
1. 8.1939 To Inspector of Police, Cloncurry
Re: Enid Crawley of Dajarra, aboriginal half-caste, aged between 15
and 17 years, residing with a half-caste Indian/Aboriginal woman,
Mrs. Frederick Bornan. There is also a male half-caste staying
with Mrs. Bornan.
3.11.1939 To Inspector of Police, Cloncurry
Re: Woman Mary Craigie of Dajarra giving birth to a still-born
daughter on 2.11.1939.
Half-caste Peter Craigie says Mary Craigie, wife of his brother
Joseph Craigie gave birth to a child on 2.11.1939 and the baby
Mary attended by half-caste woman Jane de Satchey. The child
was buried in Dajarra Cemetery on 2.11.1939.
2.10.1941 To Inspector of Police, Cloncurry
Phone call to Mt. Isa Police on 23. 7.1941 about George, aboriginal.
15.11.1941 To Inspector of Police, Cloncurry
Re: Half-caste aboriginal James Wilson, alias Jack Spreadborough
who died at Pilgrim Hut, Chatsworth Station between 5.11.1941
and 11.11.1941. Aged 50 to 60 years.
Father Tom Spreadborough, who has a dairy farm near Mt. Isa.
Body buried in a grave near hut.
Statement made 15.11.1941.
Also mentions George G-133, aboriginal.