A fine fellow who admitted he was a crim in his younger days. It was good he turned away from that and lived a good life and was loved and respected by everyone especially his community and more importantly, set a good example for younger generations.
I didn't really know anything much about him. However I did see some of his story in Who do you think you are last night. Didn't watch the whole thing but saw the beginning and end. I'm glad he found his father and his family group, especially his brother.
A bit aggravated to hear the old man had 13 kids!! Typical abo!
My mother always commented on traditional aboriginal voices so she would very much agree with Gort's "magnificent voice" comment.