- 1 One of the original squatting runs in the Kelly Country
- 2 History at Katandra before the KellyGang
- 3 What was Katandra like in the late 1870's
- 4 Links to the KellyGang
- 5 Rivers Creeks and Hills near Katandra
- 6 What happened at Katandra after the time of the Kelly Gang
- 7 What is happening at Katandra today
One of the original squatting runs in the Kelly Country
- Nearest towns
History at Katandra before the KellyGang
Katandra was cut off from Tallygaroopna in 1848 and purchased by Charles Ryan .
Other owners of the Katandra run included Hugh Glass 1857, G W Horne and Peter Snodgrass 1856, (Charles Ryan and Peter Snodgrass were related) A Page 1862, EC Dunn 1864.
In 1876 the license was owned by John Murray, 48,180 acres, £221 license fee half year
The license for the Katandra run was cancelled in 1880.
Where did the name Katandra come from
The original aboriginal owners
The first selectors
Alfred Balding, Edward Bowen, Duncan Boyd, Hugh Boyd, Peter Castles, Daniel Doney, Frederick Arthur Ford, Thomas John Ford , Hugh Gillies, William Hall, William Henry Hall, Henry Hewitt, John Ingliss, George Henry Johns, John Johns, Samuel Johns, George Johns, M G Kennedy, Thomas Grey Knuckey, J Langdon, Alexander McDougall, Catherine McDougall, James McDougall, John McDougall, Mary McKinnon, Neil McKinnon, Allan McLean, James Prentice, William Prentice, Richard Ellis Prideaux, Mark Salter,Robert Saunders, (See )
Original neighbouring properties
What was Katandra like in the late 1870's
The area is very flat. The property had a substantial brick house.
There was a fine garden on a tributary of the Broken River
' The house hole had a cook, maid and governess for the children
Marungi school was opened in 1878
Links to the KellyGang
Rivers Creeks and Hills near Katandra
Near the southern side of the Murray River north west of Wangaratta
What happened at Katandra after the time of the Kelly Gang
What is happening at Katandra today
See the towns of Katandra, Marionvale, Marungi, Invergordon and Katandra West.
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