Barrayaran naming traditions follow archaic conventions from old Earth such as these Scottish naming patterns

Understanding the Scottish Naming Pattern

Actually, I'm glad my maternal grandma broke this tradition - I loved her but wasn't crazy about her name. ********* Traditional Scottish naming-pattern but sadly dying out .

The Old Burial Ground (now occupied by the Sydney Town Hall) was used between September 1792 and 1820, when it officially closed. Its replacement was the Sandhills Cemetery (Devonshire Street Cemetery), which later became the site of Central Railway Station. By the 1840s there were concerns about overcrowding and over the next twenty years a number of alternative locations were considered. In 1862 the government purchased 200 acres of land 'near Homebush on the Railway Line

Devonshire Street Cemetery, Also known as Sandhills Cemetery. All these graves had to be relocated to allow for the expansion of the Sydney Railway Station.

Bullock team, George Street, Sydney 1853. Powerhouse Museum. (My ancestors cleared George Street of all the trees and probably used a Bullock team just like this- J❤️M)

(My ancestors cleared George Street of all the trees and probably used a Bullock team just like this- J❤️M)

Lennox Bridge, Australia (by sandpiper)

Lennox Bridge, Glenbrook NSW Australia Oldest convict bridge in Australia

Sandhills Cemetery or the Devonshire Street Cemetery in Sydney.

Sandhills Cemetery or the Devonshire Street Cemetery in Sydney.

The engine Pansy” seen here crossing the Hawkesbury River, NSW

Here is our collection of Historic Photos of the Murray Bridge Area: The Murray Bridge Hotel in approx. 1920 Workers on the Murray Bridge in approx.

Abandoned and derelict, Eurama estate, Falconbridge, Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia

Abandoned and derelict, Eurama estate, Falconbridge, Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia

The old Parramatta Gaol and Gaol Bridge over the Parramatta River in 1809.

The old Parramatta Gaol and Gaol Bridge over the Parramatta River

Farmer's Victoria House.Located on Pitt St,Sydney.It was designed by John Horbury Hunt to the Victorian Free Gothic style of rendered brick stone in 1874.A♥W

Located on Pitt St,Sydney.It was designed by John Horbury Hunt to the Victorian Free Gothic style of rendered brick stone in

Rookwood Cemetery. An icon of sombre, sprawling beauty: Australia’s largest cemetery is full of incredible stories.

An icon of sombre, sprawling beauty: Australia’s largest cemetery is full of incredible stories.

Sketched by John Rae (1842).

Hyde Park with Sydney Grammar School (at that time Sydney College) in the distance, 1842

George St,Sydney,between Margaret and Barrack Streets in 1869.*John Hamburger Bros & Co....fancy goods*J.B. Tickle at 311 George St....woollen and clothing.

George St,Sydney,between Margaret and Barrack Streets in Hamburger Bros & Co.fancy goods*J. Tickle at 311 George St.woollen and clothing.

Devonshire Street Cemetery,Sydney in 1901.    ⛪

Devonshire Street Cemetery,Sydney in 1901. ⛪

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