Aboriginal worker left lasting memory

By Carol Herben Oam
Updated February 17 2015 - 11:15am, first published February 16 2015 - 5:45pm
The Jenkins family of Berkeley Estate c1860. William Warren Jenkins is second from left. Aboriginal coachman William Saddler worked for the Jenkins family. Mr Saddler was a renowned sprinter, who visited England and was later crowned King of Illawarra. Picture courtesy of WOLLONGONG CITY LIBRARY and ILLAWARRA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
The Jenkins family of Berkeley Estate c1860. William Warren Jenkins is second from left. Aboriginal coachman William Saddler worked for the Jenkins family. Mr Saddler was a renowned sprinter, who visited England and was later crowned King of Illawarra. Picture courtesy of WOLLONGONG CITY LIBRARY and ILLAWARRA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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