Waddiman is described by Ienbin in this way: 'Waddiman... thinks very much of me and calls me his bau-ū (grandchild)' (see hw0150). Howitt also wrote that amongst the Yuin, 'there was always a Head Gommera over the whole tribe. The last one was one Waddiman who died a very old man about 1884' (see XM692).
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