George Charles Namut

A hut is built for George Charles Namut by Edmund Buckley of Prospect. George works for Patrick Buckley at a farm ‘Coadyvale’. In 1844 George is described by Commissioner Tyers as ‘a half caste Native, Liverpool Tribe-about 18 years old’. George goes on many explorations with Buckley and assists in forcing the local Tatungalung people from Buckley’s run. They are also listed as the Woolloomba Bellum tribe who live near Buckley’s run. George Gilbert spends 25 years working for Buckley before moving to Ramahyuck mission in 1867. J L Kohen 2009