Possibly referring to Pat Coady Buckley who had leases at Coady Vale (1843-1873), Tarra Creek (1844-1851) and Maryville (1861-1872). He also had leases at Tongeo Mungie (1839), Ensay (1839-1845), Woologoramerang (1851-1859; 1866-1874), Neoyang (1862-1867), Benambra (1862-1875), Gelantipy (1864-1875). He died in 1872.
Alternatively, it could reference Edmond Buckley who leased Gammon Creek from 1844-1858 - he died in 1859.
Billis and Kenyon, Pastoral Pioneers of Port Phillip, p. 24.

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