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Native Title authorisation meeting called

QUEENSLAND South Native Title services are calling on a collection of ancestors' descendants to decide if they would like to proceed with a Native Title claim determination application. 

The proposed land and water extends north to the North Pine River, Coominya and Brisbane River and Inala, south to the Queensland and New South Wales border, east to the boundary of the lower Brisbane River and west to the boundary of the Bremer River and part of the Lockyer Creek catchments including Helidon, Ipswich, Laidley and Boonah.

NATIVE TITLE: Queensland South Native Title services are calling on a collection of ancestors to authorise a native title determination application on behalf of the native title claim group.
NATIVE TITLE: Queensland South Native Title services are calling on a collection of ancestors to authorise a native title determination application on behalf of the native title claim group. File

Map courtesy of www.qsnts.com.au/serrp-public-notice/

The meeting aims to authorise Queensland Native Title Services to make the application under the Native Title Act and decide the name of the proposed application.

The authorisation meeting will be held on March 11 from 9am to 4pm at Ipswich Civic Centre while an information session will take place on February 26 from 10am to 3pm at Ipswich Civic Centre.

All members of the proposed native title group are invited to contact QSNTS's client relations unit on 1800 663 693 to register their interest in either session.

Queensland Native Title Services invite the descendants of the following ancestors (the proposed Native Title claim group) to attend the meeting.

  • Janie/Janey Billie/Billy (mother of Harry Thompson and Daisy Moreton (nee Thompson);
  • Billy Turner (father of Amy Turner);
  • Jackey Harvey (father of Emily Harvey the social mother of Robert Anderson Snr);
  • Thomas Duggandan/Anderson (social father of Robert Anderson Snr);
  • Topsy of Ipswich (mother of Jimmy Edwards Jnr);
  • Ted Myer/Meyers/Myers (father of Elsie Richards);
  • Molly Myers (nee Crow) (mother of Elsie Richards).

Topics:  jagera native title native title claim south east queensland



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