Population increases at Windsor

78 people are listed as living at ‘Windsor’, 33 adults and 45 children (NSW Aboriginal Protection Board Report, 1889, p.6) ‘One pair of oars’ is supplied at Sackville Reach. ‘The men as a rule are employed on farms during the spring and harvest. Six children attend the Sackville Reach Public School; all the community is supplied with blankets, one per year. ‘They are not addicted to habits of intemperance. On the contrary, they are very temperate’. (p. 7)

  • Sackville Aboriginal burial ground
  • Darug basket from Sackville Reserve
  • Alfie Everingham, son of Mildred Saunders (Budha), Epraim Everingham and his wife Martha (Madha)
  • Lilburn cottage, 1893