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As a correspondent for The Queenslander noted in 1898, 'many of us are working the stations with blackboys and members of our own family.
I would like to trace any siblings Thomas John may have had," said Sue, 63, of Blackboys, Sussex.
The prevalence of traction alopecia is increasing among blackboys, she added, with the increasing popularity of cornrows.
It was dingo-infested, unfenced country where the sheep had to be shepherded and the cattle, as the blackboys said could go "longa bush" and wander afield until they got into somebody else's meat cask or could be mustered and driven away by enterprising people who adopted this cheap method of stocking-up.
An example is the entry for Blackboys, which to quote in full, says 'Grass trees.
On retirement from CSIRO he returned to England as Professorial Fellow at the University of Sussex Science Policy Unit and established his home away from home at Blackboys, near Uckfield in Sussex.
Claire, who lives in a pounds 200,000 flat in Fulham, West London, took refuge at her parents' pounds 1million mansion in the East Sussex village of Blackboys.
Mum-of-three Elena, of Blackboys, West Sussex, said: "I wait until my neighbours are not looking then cut the grass.
Judge Peter Baker QC had accepted Mr Farley's evidence that he specifically asked Mr Skinner to check the effect of noise coming from Gatwick when he was deciding whether to buy Riverside House at Blackboys in East Sussex.
You'll see cycads, blackboys, and other primitive plants.
Judge Peter Baker QC said it was not as if Riverside House, at Blackboys, near Uckfield, East Sussex - 15 miles from Gatwick - was "on the end of a B52 runway", but it was a question of degree.