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    1. Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Waverley, Sydney
    2. Alison
    3. Lynette, Presume you have a new computer and the CD doesn't work with the upgraded OS.   The basic info from the CD covering Waverley and South Head Cemeteries is now on www.findmypast.com.au - it still only covers information recorded on headstones and NOT all burials at the cemetery. Alison :-) Sydney, Australia ------------------------------------ On 11-January-2018 4:26 PM, Lynette Begg wrote: > Hi Listers, > > > > Does anyone have access to Waverley cemetery records please? Once upon a time, I had a CD, but it no longer works ☹ > > > > I’m looking for PETHERBRIDGE, particularly Mary Collis and husband Walter Charles. I know Mary is there and presume Walter later joined her. Also, if any of their children or family are also buried nearby would be tremendous. > >

    01/15/2018 03:19:48
    1. Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet
    2. T. S.
    3. Thank you, Chris???? Sent from my iPhone > On Jan 15, 2018, at 6:13 AM, Chris Ward <ceejay@outlook.com.au> wrote: > > G'day George, > > I can find no record of a marriage or death in New South Wales under the surname of Willet (sic). > > The best I can find is a death for George Frederick Willett at Gosford on 1 August 1963. Registration number is 26536/1963. He was 66 years of age and is buried at Point Clare cemetery. His death notice is in the Sydney Morning Herald of 2 August 1963 > > This may or may not be your man but I suspect there is a definite connection > > There is an obit for Vera Patricia in the Wyong Advocate of 24 November 1971 which may be of value > > Regards > Chris > > -----Original Message----- > From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES [mailto:australia-cemeteries-bounces+ceejay=internode.on.net@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of T. S. > Sent: Thursday, 11 January 2018 5:56 AM > To: australia-cemeteries@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet > > Hi Chris, > > > Frederick George Willett's spouse, Veronica (Vera) Patricia Delacheur Bamber Campbell Willett, > > was buried at Macquarie Park Cem. & Crematorium, NSW, Australia.. Her name on the gravestone was - Vera Patricia Willett. > > NSW Deaths:- Vera Patricia Willet #66505/1971. Died at Gosford, aged 69 years. Reg. #66505/1971 > > https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/145672550 > > I belong Ancestry.ca. Out of 12 family trees, only one tree, the Coad Family Tree, mentions her spouses name as Willet. > > Thank you, George Shaw > > > > ________________________________ > From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES <australia-cemeteries-bounces+catfish_creek=hotmail.com@rootsweb.com> on behalf of Chris Ward <ceejay@outlook.com.au> > Sent: January 3, 2018 6:11:10 PM > To: australia-cemeteries@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet > > Do you have a second given name? Is the spelling of Willet correct? > > Regards > Chris > > -----Original Message----- > From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES [mailto:australia-cemeteries-bounces+ceejay=internode.on.net@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of T. S. > Sent: Thursday, 4 January 2018 7:54 AM > To: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES@rootsweb.com > Subject: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet > > Frederick Gordon Willet died sometime after 1971 in New South Wales. His spouse, Vera Willet, died in 1971 at the age of 69. > > > Thank you in advance, George > > in the Great White North, Canada > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/15/2018 06:46:50
    1. [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Waverley, Sydney
    2. Lynette Begg
    3. Hi Listers, Does anyone have access to Waverley cemetery records please? Once upon a time, I had a CD, but it no longer works ☹ I’m looking for PETHERBRIDGE, particularly Mary Collis and husband Walter Charles. I know Mary is there and presume Walter later joined her. Also, if any of their children or family are also buried nearby would be tremendous. Much appreciate if anyone can help. Lynette

    01/11/2018 09:26:59
    1. Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet
    2. Chris Ward
    3. G'day George, I can find no record of a marriage or death in New South Wales under the surname of Willet (sic). The best I can find is a death for George Frederick Willett at Gosford on 1 August 1963. Registration number is 26536/1963. He was 66 years of age and is buried at Point Clare cemetery. His death notice is in the Sydney Morning Herald of 2 August 1963 This may or may not be your man but I suspect there is a definite connection There is an obit for Vera Patricia in the Wyong Advocate of 24 November 1971 which may be of value Regards Chris -----Original Message----- From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES [mailto:australia-cemeteries-bounces+ceejay=internode.on.net@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of T. S. Sent: Thursday, 11 January 2018 5:56 AM To: australia-cemeteries@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet Hi Chris, Frederick George Willett's spouse, Veronica (Vera) Patricia Delacheur Bamber Campbell Willett, was buried at Macquarie Park Cem. & Crematorium, NSW, Australia.. Her name on the gravestone was - Vera Patricia Willett. NSW Deaths:- Vera Patricia Willet #66505/1971. Died at Gosford, aged 69 years. Reg. #66505/1971 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/145672550 I belong Ancestry.ca. Out of 12 family trees, only one tree, the Coad Family Tree, mentions her spouses name as Willet. Thank you, George Shaw ________________________________ From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES <australia-cemeteries-bounces+catfish_creek=hotmail.com@rootsweb.com> on behalf of Chris Ward <ceejay@outlook.com.au> Sent: January 3, 2018 6:11:10 PM To: australia-cemeteries@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet Do you have a second given name? Is the spelling of Willet correct? Regards Chris -----Original Message----- From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES [mailto:australia-cemeteries-bounces+ceejay=internode.on.net@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of T. S. Sent: Thursday, 4 January 2018 7:54 AM To: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES@rootsweb.com Subject: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet Frederick Gordon Willet died sometime after 1971 in New South Wales. His spouse, Vera Willet, died in 1971 at the age of 69. Thank you in advance, George in the Great White North, Canada ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/10/2018 02:12:44
    1. Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet
    2. T. S.
    3. Hi Chris, Frederick George Willett's spouse, Veronica (Vera) Patricia Delacheur Bamber Campbell Willett, was buried at Macquarie Park Cem. & Crematorium, NSW, Australia.. Her name on the gravestone was - Vera Patricia Willett. NSW Deaths:- Vera Patricia Willet #66505/1971. Died at Gosford, aged 69 years. Reg. #66505/1971 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/145672550 I belong Ancestry.ca. Out of 12 family trees, only one tree, the Coad Family Tree, mentions her spouses name as Willet. Thank you, George Shaw ________________________________ From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES <australia-cemeteries-bounces+catfish_creek=hotmail.com@rootsweb.com> on behalf of Chris Ward <ceejay@outlook.com.au> Sent: January 3, 2018 6:11:10 PM To: australia-cemeteries@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet Do you have a second given name? Is the spelling of Willet correct? Regards Chris -----Original Message----- From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES [mailto:australia-cemeteries-bounces+ceejay=internode.on.net@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of T. S. Sent: Thursday, 4 January 2018 7:54 AM To: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES@rootsweb.com Subject: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet Frederick Gordon Willet died sometime after 1971 in New South Wales. His spouse, Vera Willet, died in 1971 at the age of 69. Thank you in advance, George in the Great White North, Canada ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/10/2018 12:26:29
    1. Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] A LONELY GRAVE
    2. Chris Ward
    3. G'day David, Graham Jaunay has done a CD on Lonely Graves in SA. I don't have a copy any more but I would be surprised if this grave can't be tracked down. "Some years ago..." is a bit vague but some one the list may have access to a copy Regards Chris -----Original Message----- From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES [mailto:australia-cemeteries-bounces+ceejay=internode.on.net@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of David Weatherill Sent: Sunday, 7 January 2018 10:06 AM To: australia-cemeteries@rootsweb.com Subject: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] A LONELY GRAVE Good Morning; While researching old newspapers I came across the following article in the Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record (Renmark South Australia) on the 26th March 1926, page: 9. It notes what life was like early last century. "A Lonely Grave On Friday last a party from Renmark repairing the telegraph line were fixing some wires outback from Renmark onto the lines between Overland Corner and Wentworth. The country in that neighbourhood is scrubby with high sandhills covered with porcupine and whip-stick mallee. Suddenly they came upon four sticks stuck into the ground. On one were the remains of an old felt hat, on another a battered old billy can, on the third a quart pot, and on the fourth an old shirt. Earth heaped up between these four stick marked the last resting place of a human being. Some years ago a man was found who had died from thirst in this district and it was presumed that the grave was his." No more information is given about the person. It would be interesting to know just who he was and when he died. David ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/07/2018 06:08:29
    1. [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] A LONELY GRAVE
    2. David Weatherill
    3. Good Morning; While researching old newspapers I came across the following article in the Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record (Renmark South Australia) on the 26th March 1926, page: 9. It notes what life was like early last century. "A Lonely Grave On Friday last a party from Renmark repairing the telegraph line were fixing some wires outback from Renmark onto the lines between Overland Corner and Wentworth. The country in that neighbourhood is scrubby with high sandhills covered with porcupine and whip-stick mallee. Suddenly they came upon four sticks stuck into the ground. On one were the remains of an old felt hat, on another a battered old billy can, on the third a quart pot, and on the fourth an old shirt. Earth heaped up between these four stick marked the last resting place of a human being. Some years ago a man was found who had died from thirst in this district and it was presumed that the grave was his." No more information is given about the person. It would be interesting to know just who he was and when he died. David

    01/07/2018 03:36:02
    1. [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] WARBURTON (Old) CEMETERY Victoria
    2. David Weatherill
    3. Good Morning; Following up on some earlier research into the Old Warburton Cemetery in Victoria and if any list member has any information on it, I would appreciate anything that could be provided. Please note this is the early Warburton Cemetery, not the current one. The cemetery of three acres was approved on the 18th July, 1881 and gazetted in the Victorian Government Gazette (VGG) on 22 July, 1881 (P.2134). Burials were discontinued in 1893 with the notice being gazetted in the VGG on 8 March 1883 (p.1148). Trustees were appointed to the cemetery on 5 August 1881 (VGG p.2216) On 6 February 1952 the secretary of the Department of Health (Victoria) wrote to the Secretary of Lands about the cemetery. "This area is known locally as the old Warburton Cemetery, and burials were discontinued in this reserve in 1893 when a new site was selected. It is proposed to place the old Warburton Cemetery, which contains a few graves, under the control of the Trust at present administering the new cemetery." I believe the old cemetery is still there, on the Old Warburton Road,, just past the quarry, about 1.5 km off the main road. I have located a number of deaths/burials between the dates the cemetery was in operation, but most just note burial at Warburton. The only one noting burial at Warburton Cemetery, was for: ROBINSON, George Alfred, Aged: 8 months. Died: 5 January 1888 - Alpine Retreat Hotel, Warburton. Buried: 7 January 1888 - Warburton Cemetery. Parents: John Thomas Robinson (Storekeeper and Publican) and Fanny Madeline Croon. Any help would be appreciated. Regards, david

    01/07/2018 03:09:44
    1. Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet
    2. Chris Ward
    3. Do you have a second given name? Is the spelling of Willet correct? Regards Chris -----Original Message----- From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES [mailto:australia-cemeteries-bounces+ceejay=internode.on.net@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of T. S. Sent: Thursday, 4 January 2018 7:54 AM To: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES@rootsweb.com Subject: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Trying tp locate burial place of Frederick Gordon Willet Frederick Gordon Willet died sometime after 1971 in New South Wales. His spouse, Vera Willet, died in 1971 at the age of 69. Thank you in advance, George in the Great White North, Canada ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/03/2018 04:11:10
  1. 12/31/2017 04:36:34
    1. [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] Burial for Robert Bounds / Bownds
    2. Steve Farmer
    3. Hi all, I have never been able find a death record for this gentleman though I have recently made some progress John Bownds was born 26th April 1848, Ovens River Victoria son of William Bown(ds) and Honora Barrargry Married Emily Stallworthy in 1876 in Albury and adopted the spelling Bounds for his surname He is listed in the Police Gazette as being a storekeeper at Ten Mile Creek (now Holbrook) who was robbed in 1877. SMH story is here http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/13392234 He must have been a target because Police Gazette reports on 28 apr 1880 money stolen from John Bounds, storekeeper at Germanton (now Holbrook) This is the last trace of him I have been able to find. His wife took up with a Charles Taylor in 1884 and he is listed as deceased on his fathers death certificate in 1893. I can only assume he died between 1880 and 1893, possibly before 1884 in the Holbrook area at around age 40 There must be a death certificate somewhere, most likely mistranscribed in the index Any help gratefully received Thanks Steve -- View my Range Rover P38 site at http://p38.hts.com.au/ View my Photographs at http://www.lookingforlight.com/ Researching Farmer Family history http://www.farmergroup.com/ Minds are like parachutes, they work best when open.

    08/11/2017 05:14:54
    1. [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] WAGRA CEMETERIES
    2. David Weatherill
    3. Good Morning; Sorry about the two very similar messages. The one with the 2 in the subject heading was sent by mistake. While sorting out a couple of issues from my hard copies of research, I accidentally pushed SEND by mistake. I had wanted to add more material into my message which I did in the second message. Have a good weekend. Cheers, David

    06/17/2017 04:34:05
    1. [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] WAGRA CEMETERIES NSW
    2. David Weatherill
    3. Good Morning Again; As I am researching the old Wagra-Wymah Cemetery I keep coming across death notices in the early newspapers for deaths near or in Gundagai NSW and their burial in the Wagra Cemetery. For example: COSTELLO Honorah (Mrs) of Wagra near Gundagai (aged 105 years) died February 1887, buried in the Wagra Cemetery. BRITT, Ellen, Aged 19 years, Darbalara, Buried Wagra Cemetery February 1928. As Gundagai is well north of Wymah I was wondering if there was more than one Wagra Cemetery in NSW. Any help would be appreciated. David

    06/17/2017 03:53:32
    1. [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] WAGRA-WYMAH NSW CEMETERY 2
    2. David Weatherill
    3. Good Morning Again; As I am researching the old Wagra-Wymah Cemetery I keep coming across death notices in the early newspapers for deaths near or in Gundagai NSW and their burial in the Wagra Cemetery. For example: COSTELLO Honorah (Mrs) of Wagra near Gundagai (aged 105 years) died February 1887, buried in the Wagra Cemetery. As Gundagai is well north of Wymah I was wondering if there was more than one Wagra Cemetery in NSW. Any help would be appreciated. David

    06/17/2017 03:44:30
    1. [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] WAGRA-WYMAH NSW CEMETERY
    2. David Weatherill
    3. Good Morning; Just over the border of Victoria into NSW is an old small cemetery that is known by two names from what I can gather. Originally gazetted as the Wagra Cemetery of two sections, 27 October 1900 and 8 June 1901, it seems to have changed its name to Wymah to match the town of Wymah where it is located. Over the decades the cemetery has not been used and is now hard to recognize and now surrounded by a pastoral property. I am curious if any list member has any information on this old cemetery, including burials in it. I can find no list of burials for the cemetery or when the first burial occurred. The cemetery is now under the responsibility of the Greater Hume Shire Council, being a cemetery on Crown Land. It is believed there were Trustees originally appointed to the cemetery but there are no longer Trustees from the various religious denominations that made up the old cemetery. Any help with information on this old cemetery would be greatly appreciated. I know there is a private Wagra Cemetery in Victoria that involved the Moore family on their pastoral station. It is believed there are 6-8 burials in it. Regards, David

    06/17/2017 03:26:14
    1. [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] GARRAWARRA CEMETERY - NSW
    2. David Weatherill
    3. Hi Again; Just read an interesting article in the Illawarra Mercury Newspaper written in January 2014 titled" Gallery: Forgotten Souls of Garrawarra Cemetery. It deals with the old cemetery (nearly forgotten) that was attached to the Waterfall General Hospital that dealt with TB patients. It seems the cemetery also was known as the Waterfall Cemetery and there were approximately 2000 graves in it. The article noted that the Wollongong City Council had "officially rediscovered" the cemetery and was looking at doing something to conserve it. The article also noted a grave of a WW1 Serviceman (Royal Australian Navy) that was buried there in September 1916 - Stoker P.J. Hanlon. There was a photo of his war grave so he had been officially commemorated by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. I am curious to know what has happened over the last three years and if the old "lost" cemetery had be restored. Also any other information on the cemetery would be appreciated. Regards, David

    05/24/2017 07:53:17
    1. [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] FORGOTTEN/LOST CEMETERY - NSW
    2. David Weatherill
    3. Good Afternoon; A request for help from anyone who might have information on the following. Within my cemetery research I have a note on a lost/forgotten??? Cemetery up near St Albans in NSW, over the river from Wiseman's Ferry. I have nothing more than this. I am curious if there is/was one and what it may have been. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Regards, David

    05/24/2017 07:44:08
    1. [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] HEIDELBERG (Private) CEMETERY - Victoria Update
    2. David Weatherill
    3. Good Afternoon; As I was continuing to update my research into the Heidelberg (Private) Cemetery in Hawdon Street, Heidelberg, I thought some list members might be interested in what I have located to date.. In October 1853 a portion of land 480 feet along Hawdon Street and 109 feet along St James Road was purchased from Messrs Waterfield by six local residents for 100 pounds English money (Book: 678, Folio 983 - Titles Office). The records unfortunately are very sparse as it was a private cemetery and owned by the six residents - William Hopkins, John Nuttall, Thomas Allen, Richard Oswin, Lawrence Wadeson and the Rev Francis Hale. When each of the six died his share passed to the remaining shareholders. With the last owner became deceased it would appear the Church of England in Heidelberg became responsible for the cemetery. The burial records were not complete as they were missing the years: 1874-1904, that were held by the Church of England They noted 111 burials in the small area. Over the last 20 years of my research I have now identified a number of issues: - Names on the burial list were not accurate for spelling or identification. - Some were only part names. - They did not include any burials post 1916. Since then my research, mainly via newspaper articles (family notices, etc) and death certificates has identified 153 burial in the old cemetery. The last being in 1937 when Fanny Oswin was buried in the family grave. When Walter Pollock purchased part of the old cemetery in 1956, as part of the deal he was to move any bodies from the section of land fronting St James Road and Hawdon Street he purchased and to set aside a section of land facing Hawdon Street to be used as a cemetery memorial with headstones from the section he purchased and the reburial burial of any bodies located. There was information in the old records that any bodies located were to be reburied in the Warringal (Heidelberg) Public Cemetery and this was thought to have happened. But, reading the old Warringal Cemetery Trust Minute books it was noted at meetings held on the 10th March and 28th October 1855 that this did not happen. The only way that the cemetery trust would have considered it was if they did not have to meet the cost and perhaps the local Church of England could pay for it. In the end it was decided that any remains located be buried in the small section of land that is now the cemetery. By 1956 there were only 15 headstones left in the cemetery land that was purchased. There were a further six left in the small area (just a building block now) that did not have to be removed or relocated. Of interest is that the headstones removed were located along the fence line at the southern side of current cemetery. My research continues and I believe I have located quite a few more burials in the cemetery. It is remarkable just how many burials there were in such a small cemetery. What I have also found is just how many of the local inhabitants were buried in this cemetery, not in the Warringal Public Cemetery that commenced in 1854. I have also located a number of interesting stories about the old cemetery. Regards, David

    05/14/2017 08:29:54
    1. Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] TAMBO RIVER BURIAL - Victoria
    2. dorne saunders
    3. Hello David, Margaret and Anne WILSON’s (twins?) births registered at LUCKNOW 1872, both girls deaths registered 1874; no district recorded. A son, Robert, died 1867 GIPPSLAND, no birth entry found for Robert. His death age recorded as 2 (no age code recorded). Every Week (Bairnsdale, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 2 November 1916, page 5 FUNERAL NOTICE. WILSON.— The Friends of Mr DAVID WILSON, of Tambo Upper, are respectfully informed that the remains of his late dearly beloved Wife, (Mary Ann) will be interred in the Bumberrah General Cemetery, Johnsonville, (To-morrow), FRIDAY, November 3rd. The Funeral will leave her late residence, Tambo Upper, at 1.30 p.m., arriving at the cemetery at about 3 o'clock. G. H. VICKERS, 'Phone 18. Undertaker. Regards, Dorne. -----Original Message----- From: David Weatherill Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2017 8:36 PM To: australia-cemeteries@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] TAMBO RIVER BURIAL - Victoria Thanks Dorne. Adds information on the family. Would be interested where the child was buried. David -----Original Message----- From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES [mailto:australia-cemeteries-bounces+djweath=bigpond.net.au@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of dorne saunders Sent: Saturday, 13 May 2017 6:48 PM To: australia-cemeteries@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] TAMBO RIVER BURIAL - Victoria Hello David, There are online family trees, Margaret and most of her siblings do not show up in any of those. David and Mary Ann WILSON show at TAMBO UPPER in 1909. Mary Ann’s death was registered SWAN REACH 1916 and David’s death registered SWAN REACH 1931. Regards, Dorne. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message --- This email has been checked for viruses by AVG. http://www.avg.com

    05/14/2017 06:22:16
    1. Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] TAMBO RIVER BURIAL - Victoria
    2. David Weatherill
    3. Thanks Dorne. Adds information on the family. Would be interested where the child was buried. David -----Original Message----- From: AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES [mailto:australia-cemeteries-bounces+djweath=bigpond.net.au@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of dorne saunders Sent: Saturday, 13 May 2017 6:48 PM To: australia-cemeteries@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [AUSTRALIA-CEMETERIES] TAMBO RIVER BURIAL - Victoria Hello David, There are online family trees, Margaret and most of her siblings do not show up in any of those. David and Mary Ann WILSON show at TAMBO UPPER in 1909. Mary Ann’s death was registered SWAN REACH 1916 and David’s death registered SWAN REACH 1931. Regards, Dorne.

    05/13/2017 02:36:58