Inspector

Frederick K PANTER

YEAR OF DEATH

1864

JURISDICTION

Western Australia

DETAILS OF DEATH

On the 19th of October 1864, Constable Goldwyer, Inspector Frederick Panter and J. Harding (Manager of the Settler’s Association), set off on a short expedition inland from Beagle Bay. Two and half weeks later, they camped near Lake Ingedama at La Grange, near Broome, where they were ambushed and speared to death by Aborigines.

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