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The Kamilaroi were an Aboriginal group located in New South Wales, Australia, along the Barwon, Bundarra, Balonne, and upper Hunter rivers and in the Liverpool plains.They are now nearly extinct and only a small number remain.Hi, Looking for any living relatives with the last name Carr, Cutmores or Riley's. I want to know who my Great great grandmother's family are, and if she had siblings prior to her marriage in the 1860's. Regards Caroline Oakleyhi my husbands great grandmother ( rachael ) was born on a mission in Werris Creek - She was fostered by John and Eliza Colebull this was in the 1850's perhaps - although my husbands family tree has been fully explored and this information has come forward we still don't know why she was fostered and if she had any siblings or parents apparently the records were destroyed in a fire at the Gunnedah School of Arts - but are these the only records??My great great grandmother was Caroline Richards nee Carr. planning a visit to the area and would like to try and find out a bit more!!Aahhh my tribes nearly extinct, that can't be good, I am trying to find out about my tribe. I love being able to find out information about my background.I am second generation I think and want to know everything about our ancestors to teach my kids.Their complex kinship and marriage system has made the Kamilaroi a group of considerable anthropological interest.
I am a descendant of the Kamilaroi Tribe, and Moree has been mentioned with that. I havn't read the full article on this site yet but will do so soon.
Rites were held to encourage the propagation of totems.
There were initiation ceremonies for both sexes, with circumcision for boys.
Various birds, kangaroos, emus, iguanas, opossums, echidnas, and bandicoots were among the important animals hunted. Fish were also consumed, as were crayfish, mussels, and shrimp.
Men typically hunted, cleaned, and prepared the game for cooking.
Although I am not full blood I am still very much at home when I am in the bush.