These photographs by kind permission of Jill Miller.

'The Crescent' in Mitchell Street, Towamba. Home of the George Parker family.

Maybe taken at the 'Wilderness' at Mila, c 1935
From Left: James A. Walters, (used to live at 'Mountainview' at Nangutta from 1901-1920) his daughter, Hebe Parker,
nee Walters, Eileen walters, James Walters (it is his Rugby car) and Hebe Parker nee Walters,
Cyril Walters (kneeling) and in the front Granny Walters (Amelia Pryke) and young Gwennie Parker.


Probably taken at Towamba about 1935.
Left: young Gwen Parker, her mother Hebe Parker nee Walters,
? , Eileen Walters, George A. Parker, Reg stevenson and Unknown.


George A. Parker lived at 'The Crescent',
Mitchell Street, Towamba with his wife, Hebe
and family. The house burnt down in the 1950s.









Taken about 1935 at The Crescent
Towamba, pictured is Tom Parker with his little
sister, Gwen. I love her dolly! Tom was "spotted"
by some Army chaps after a good game of
cricket in Towamba.
Following their encouragement and with
Una's help, Tom enlisted in the
Permanent Army in 1935.
This was his chance to get away from rabbit
trapping and wattle barking trees.
Country folk were crooked at the Army
for taking their best sportsmen!!


George A. Parker seated, with his daughter Una Halliday nee Parker
and her husband Scott Jock and he played the bagpipes at the
Halliday south coast reunion about 1950


c1910. Taken at 'Mountainview' at Nangutta, home of the Walters family.
Granny Walters, (Amelia Pryke) is in the dark dress.
Presumably the younger folk are her children.


Towamba Primary School.
My Dad, Tom Parker is in the front row,
second from the right. He started school in 1923.
The teacher's name at the time was Mr Dowling, he was soon replaced by Mr Browne.


A Walters family photo.
From Left: Leila Roberts (nee Walters), her husband G. Roberts, Amelia Walters (nee Pryke),
James Walters and Hebe Parker (nee Walters). Taken at the 'Wilderness' c1940.


Hebe Parker [nee Walters] with 4 of her children.
From left: Kit [May] Stevenson,
Tom Parker, Hebe,
Una Halliday & Gwen Kimber
[James is absent] at Bombala c1960
Hebe Parker [nee Walters] with her youngest
daughter,
Gwen and daughter in law, Kitty
Parker [nee Rabe],
Tom Parker's wife. c1946


Tom Parker (right) with his sister Una (later Halliday) Parker
and mate, in Hyde Park, Sydney, c1943.
Una Parker and brother Tom Parker in Sydney c1943.


Boydtown, probably in the 1920s. Una Parker had her 21st birthday picnic here
and her 100th birthday party!! 2011

Una's Dad, George Parker used to walk to Boydtown from Eden to take the cream down for the Hotel.
On the way he used to play with aboriginal children at the waterholes.


Una Parker trained as a
psychiatric nurse in Sydney.
c1940
Gwen Kimber (nee Parker) on left. Una Parker in middle
cutting the cake for her 100th birthday celebrations at
Boydtown 2011.
Siblings Una and brother Jim (James) and Gwen
Kimber
(nee Parker) at Una's 100th at Seahorse Inn, Boydtown. 2011.
Tom and Kit (May) had both passed away.


The Parker family at Una's 100th celebrations at Boydtown 2011.