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Aboriginal Biographical Index entry

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Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
Title
Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
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Language
eng
Summary
Mary Bin Juda (nee Sabatino); born Yam Island, 1926; daughter of Nicholas Sabatino and Johanna Lohado; sister of Francis, Lucio, Stanislaus (Hislo), Tino, Monica, Lucy, Patranella; baptised on Thursday Island in 1926 by Father Doyle; married Charles Bin Juda from Thursday Island; mother of Ambrose, Bora, Veronica, Vanessa, Mareja, Trevor; aunt of Kenny; great great grandmother; worked and lived in Brisbane, Darwin, MacKay, Hayman Island, Cairns, Keriri / Hammond Island; her mother, Johanna, taught her to garden and to sail a dinghy; went to school to grade 7; she used to help teach the little children; worked in Brisbane then Darwin where her sister was; after her sister's death, returned to work in a laundry in Brisbane; then moved to Mackay and worked in a cake shop; then worked at Hayman Island as a laundress and waitress; sent her wages back to her parents; met her husband at Hayman Island; after they married she and her husband lived in Mackay, then Aloomba where a sister was living; on their return to Cairns her husband became blind and passed away about a year later; later she returned to Hammond Island; she sang and played guitar and painted
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Bin Juda, Mary
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Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
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Note
The ABI is a name index to published materials in the AIATSIS Library. Some records refer to deceased people or use words which reflect the attitude of the time or the author and may be offensive
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Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
000058835164
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Label
Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
Note
The ABI is a name index to published materials in the AIATSIS Library. Some records refer to deceased people or use words which reflect the attitude of the time or the author and may be offensive
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
000058835164
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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