List of all cemeteries located

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Agnes Waters Gladstone Region

Clowes Graves, Tom Jeffery Memorial Park, Agnes Water, Gladstone Region


Address: Jeffery Ct, Agnes Waters, Gladstone Region
Opened: 1885
# graves: 2

More information about
History of Agnes Waters
Agnes Waters on the net
Travel and life - Agnes Waters
Queensland Places: Agnes Water
Aussie Towns - Agnes Waters
State Library Qld - John Oxley Library - Queensland Place Histories: Agnes Water

Photographed: Feb 2011

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Albany Creek Cemetery Pine Rivers

Albany Creek Cemetery, Pine Rivers Shire


Address: Corner Fahey Road East and Old Northern Road, Albany Creek, Pine rivers
(North of Brisbane)
Opened: 6 Mar 1873 (gazetted)
Number of graves/photos: ~190
More information about
Moreton Bay Region Cemeteries Online Burial Register
ALBANY CREEK CEMETERY TRUST (also known as Cash's Crossing (which was actually Bunya) and Chinamen's Creek Cemetery)
See also "In loving Memory of: the History of burials in the Pine Rivers Shire", Melva A Welch, Pine Rivers Shire Council. This excellent book contains burial registers, trustee lists as well as history.
Albany Creek and Eatons Hill
Albany Creek: Queensland Places
Albany Creek: Wikipedia

Photographed: 23 Apr 2005

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Alberton Cemetery Gold Coast City

Alberton Cemetery, Gold Coast City


Address: Zipfs Rd, Alberton, Gold Coast City. (Brisways 645, UBD 265 N18)
Opened: approx. 1869
We believe the cemetery is/was associated with St Peter's Lutheran Church.
# graves: 116 (photos)
More information about
Alberton Lutheran Parish
Gold Coast City Council Cemeteries
Family Tree of Darren Fletcher
Australasia Genealogical Look Up Exchange - Queensland
Queensland Places: Albert Shire

Photographed: 25 Sep 2005

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Alley Family Graves Gordonvale

Alley Family Graves, Gordonvale


Address: Gillies Highway, Gordonvale, Cairns Region, Queensland
Opened: 1887
# graves: 6

More information about
Wikipedia: Alley Family Graves
Qld Heritage register: Alley Family Graves
Qld Heritage register: Alley Family Graves
Cairns arts and culture map: Riverstone House & Alley Family Graves
Family History Association of North Queensland - Remote Graves Index
Aussie towns: Gordonvale
Gisele George: About The Area (formerly at http://giselegeorge.com.au/gordonvale.html).
Find A Grave - Gordonvale Alley Private Cemetery
Trove - OBITUARY. THE LATE MRS. M. E. ALLEY. (1943, February 25). Cairns Post

Photographed: May 2018

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Allora Warwick Shire

Allora, Warwick Shire


Address: Allora-Clifton Road, Allora
Opened: 1864-
# graves: ~1000 memorials, ~150 lawn graves, ~50 Collumbarium (2700 SDRC)

Name associated with an Aboriginal word (language and dialect not recorded) indicating waterhole (Gnallarah) or swamp place, presumably referring to a local lagoon.

More information about
Place name from dept of Natural Resources and Water

Transcriptions from "Cemeteries of the Darling Downs and Beyond"

Allora General - transcriptions from Interment.net

Allora Cemetery - Environmental Protection Agency and also place details

Looking Back - Allora Historical (from Ray Tippett . com)

Allora and District Historical Society

St David's Church of England - 1901. (place details

Interesting places - Allora

Allora - Places to visit (Queensland Holidays)

Allora town map

Allora - (total travel .com.au)

photos of Allora churches

Anglican archives - 1982 - Clifton Parish merged with Allora Parish and 1886 Year Book lists Allora as a Parish centre

Allora - Warwick tourism

Southern Downs Cemeteries

Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

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Amby

American River Kangaroo Island SA

American River Cemetery Kangaroo Island


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
ozburials.com: American River Cemetery Kangaroo Island Transcribed by Lorraine Larment
Kangaroo Island Council
Australian Cemeteries - American River
POIDB American River Cemetery
Gravesecrets - American River Cemetery
Susan Marsden, A short history of Kangaroo Island

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Angaston Barossa SA

Angaston, Barossa, SA


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Barossa Council cemeteries
Wikipedia: Angaston, South Australia

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Antechamber Bay Kangaroo Island SA

Antechamber Bay, Kangaroo Island, SA


Address: Lachmar Conservation Park, Antechamber Bay, Kangaroo Island, SA
Opened: approx. 1866
# graves: 2

More information about
ozburials - Kingscote pioneer burials
Susan Marsden, A short history of Kangaroo Island

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Applegarth Dumfriesshire Scotland

Applegarth, Dumfriesshire, Scotland


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
APPLEGARTH CHURCH and GRAVEYARD ~ Dumfriesshire

Photographed: 2001

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Appletree Creek Isis

Appletree Creek, Bundaberg Regional Council (formerly Isis Shire)


Address: Drummond St (off Bruce Highway), Appletree Creek (5km north of Childers on the highway)
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

Apple Tree Creek Cemetery solely catered for all burials in the Childers area for many years.

More information about
Interment.net for Appletree Creek
Isis shire cemeteries
Appletree Creek (rest area) information
Lairds of Culloden
Appletree Creek: Queensland Places
Childers: Queensland Places

Photographed: 27 Jan 2008

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Arakoon South West Rocks NSW

Arakoon (South West Rocks), Kempsey Shire, NSW


Address: Lighthouse Road, Arakoon
Opened: approx. 1903
# graves:

More information about
Connie Ball's collection on Australian Cemeteries
Kempsey Shire Council - Arakoon Cemetery
list from NSW Cemeteries Inscription List

Photographed: Feb 2010

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Aratula Lutheran

Aratula Lutheran, Boonah Shire


Address: Corner of Elizabeth Street and Carter Road, Aratula
Opened: 1913 - 1997
# graves: 6
More information
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
BOONAH SHIRE IN THE HEART OF THE SCENIC RIM
Interesting places - Aratula
Boonah Shire: Queensland Places
Aratula: Wikipedia

Photographed: Nov 2005

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Atherton

Atherton Cemetery, Tablelands Region


Address: Cnr Kennedy Hwy and Rockley Rd, Atherton
Opened: 1927
# graves: 3000?

More information :


Tablelands RC: Atherton Rockley Road Cemetery
Tablelands RC: Atherton New Lawn Cemetery
TRC: ANZAC Trail Places : Atherton
See also Atherton Pioneer
See also Carrington
Find a Grave: Atherton New Lawn and Monumental Cemetery
BillionGraves: Atherton Cemetery
Australian Cemetery Index: 2522 - Atherton
Wikipedia: Atherton War Cemetery
Commonwealth War Graves: ATHERTON WAR CEMETERY
Facebook: Atherton Lawn and General Cemetery
Monument Australia: Atherton War Cemetery
Qld WWII Historic Places: Atherton War Cemetery
Trove: 1994, English, Book edition: Atherton cemetery monumental inscriptions / [compiled ... by Cairns and District Family History Soc. Inc.].

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Atherton Pioneer

Atherton Pioneer Cemetery, Tablelands Region


Address: 310 Herberton Road, Atherton, QLD
(Samuel Dansie Park)
(3km towards Herberton, near transfer station)
Opened: 1897 - 1927
# graves: 238 (photos)

More information :


See also Atherton (General, War Memorial, Lawn)
See also Carrington
Tablelands Region Cemeteries
Australian Cemeteries Index: Atherton Pioneer
Find A Grave: Atherton Pioneer Cemetery
BillionGraves: Atherton Pioneer Cemetery
Interment.net: Samuel Dansie Park (Pioneer Cemetery) Atherton Shire, Queensland, Australia
Facebook: Tablelands Libraries
Wikipedia: Atherton
Society of Australian Genealogists -Transcripts of Chinese Burialsby Cemetery
Atherton Shire Library, 2002: Atherton Pioneer Cemetery: 1897 - 1927 : Samuel Dansie Park
Held in the QFHS George Bond Collection
Commonwealth War Graves Atherton Old Cemetery
Unnamed headstone is Emma Martin (nee Gunn)?

Photographed: Aug 2016

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Aubigny Catholic Jondaryan

Aubigny Jondaryan

Aubigny St Johns Lutheran cemetery, Jondaryan Shire


Address:
Opened: approx. 1929
# graves: ~100

More information about
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
Sir Walter Beresford James Gordon Sparkes(1889 - 1974) member for Aubigny 1941-1960

Contacts: 

St John's Lutheran Church Aubigny 
 

Contact Person:   Pastor P Ziebell
Postal Address:    140 Brookvale Road, Oakey Qld 4401
Contact Phone:    (07) 4691 2276
Contact Email:       
 
Organisation Details:
 
[No details available at the present time]  
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Aubigny Catholic Cemetery Trust 
 

Contact Person:   Robert Barron
Postal Address:    N/A
Contact Phone:    (07) 4691 2853
Contact Email:       
 
Organisation Details:
 
[No details available at the present time]  

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Augathella catholic

Augathella General

Australind WA

Australind, WA


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Interment - Australind Pioneer (Mount Claremont) Cemetery Bunbury, South West, Western Australia, Australia
Australian Cemeteries - Australind Pioneer Cemetery, Old Coast Road, Australind : Lorraine's Burial Record Page
Oz Burials - AUSTRALIND PIONEERS
Australind Memorial - historic site
Australind
wikipedia: Australind, Western Australia

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Back Plains Clifton

Back Plains, Clifton shire / Toowoomba Regional Council


Address: 194 Naumann Rd (near Ernst Rd), Back Plains
Opened: approx. 1899
# graves:

More information about
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)
Toowoomba Regional Council = Back Plains Cemetery
Australian Cemeteries Index : Back Plains Cemetery
Commonwealth war graves commission - Back Plains
findagrave : Back Plains
facebook - Pictorial History of Clifton
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Ballandean homestead Southern Downs Region

Ballandean homestead, Southern Downs Region


Address: Sundown Rd, near Lynams Rd, west of Ballandean.
Opened: approx. 1860
# graves: 16 names on 1 memorial

More information about
Wikipedia: Ballandean Homestead
Clan Hannay - BALLANDEAN STATION
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Balmoral

Balmoral / Bulimba / Morningside / Kangaroo Point Cemetery


Address: Cnr Wynnum and Bennets Roads, Morningside
Opened: 1874
# graves: 1 photographed from approx 10000 in large council cemetery
Balmoral Also known as Bulimba or Morningside Cemetery or Kangaroo Point Cemetery
More information about
Brisbane City Council Grave Location Search
Friends of Balmoral Cemetery
transcriptions from interment.net
BCC Pocket Neighbourhood Guide : Morningside
Brisbane History Group
Anglical Parish records created by the provenance of Bulimba
QFHS - Queensland Cemeteries Monumental Inscriptions: Bulimba
Living on Bulimba : This website includes stories and the history of the Brisbane Riverside suburb of Bulimba.
Balmoral: Queensland Places
Bulimba: Queensland Places

Photographed: (family only) 2000

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Banana

Banana, Banana Shire


Address: Archer Street, Banana
Opened: approx. 1870
# graves: 43

More information about
Interment - Banana
Banana Shire cemeteries

Photographed: May 2014

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Barney View Uniting Beaudesert

Barney View Uniting church, Beaudesert


Address: Mt Barney Road, Barney View, south of Beaudesert
Opened: 14 Jun 1908
The church was opened in 1908 as Thulimbah Methodist Church. Services are still held once a month.
Formerly known as Thulimbah Methodist Church was opened free of debt on 14 June 1908. It was a culmination of the efforts and generosity of local people who who gave the land, the time, the labour and the money. Despite its long Methodist association this little church, set in surroundings of peace and beauty looking out at the grandeur of Mt Barney, has had an ecumenical history and its scrubbed pine pews hane seated folk of many religious affiliations.
(from A Beaudesert Shire Historical Church Tour).
# graves: ~115
More information about
Tour of Rathdowney
Beaudesert Shire: Queensland Places
Barney View Information
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 4 Feb 2006

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Bathurst NSW

Bathurst, NSW


Address: Mitchell Highway / Bradwardine Rd
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Family history group of Bathurst incl Bathurst cemetery inscriptions
Famous burials in Bathurst cemetery and others (Find A Grave site)
Wikipedia: Bathurst, New South Wales

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Beaudesert

Beaudesert


Address: cnr Boundary and Tubber St, Beaudesert
Opened: gazetted 26 Sep 1900 (established ~1850)
# graves: 1000 headstone and 1000 lawn (total approx 2356)
More information about
State Archives - Beaudesert Cemetery Trust
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries

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Beenleigh Cemetery Gold Coast City

Beenleigh Cemetery, Logan City


Address: Brigade Road, Eagleby (Exit 34), Gold Coast City
Opened: 1872
#graves: approx 1500 headstones, 300 columbarium, 2000 lawn
More information about
Logan cemeteries directory includes burial index link
find a grave - Beenleigh
on Facebook
on Billion Graves
Rossow and Beitzel genealogy pages
Beenleigh heritage
Beenleigh, Redlands and Cleveland Districts Cemetery Monumental Inscriptions Index, on CD-ROM
Beenleigh Cemetery MIs [Queensland] 1872-2001

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Beerburrum Cemetery Caloundra

Beerburrum Cemetery, Caloundra


Address: via Beerburrum Primary School, Beerburrum Rd, Beerburrum
Opened: approx. 1915
# graves: 17

More information about
Interment - Beerburrum Cemetery, Caloundra
Beerburrum: Queensland Places
Sunshine Coast Regional Council - cemeteries
Beerburrum: Wikipedia

Photographed: 11 Jun 2006

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Beerwah Caloundra

Beerwah Cemetery, Caloundra


Address: Roys Rd, Beerwah State Forest
Opened: 1883 (named Mellum Creek), 1936 (named as Beerwah)
# graves: approx 150

More information about
(on Interment) Beerwah Cemetery (Mellum Creek Cemetery) Caloundra Shire, Queensland, Australia
Beerwah: Queensland Places
Mellum Creek in Lansborough and Landsborough Shire: Queensland Places
Mellum Creek in Caloundra: Queensland Places
Beerwah: Wikipedia

Photographed: 27 Aug 2006

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Bell Wambo

Bell cemetery, Wambo shire


Address:
Opened: after 1906
# graves: 467 (photos)

More information about
Bell, a tidy and picturesque township nestling in the foothills of the Bunya Mountains offers panoramic views of farming plains and mountains.
Bell community
Wambo - Cemetery trustees
Bell: Queensland Places
Wambo Shire: Queensland Places
Bell: Wikipedia

Photographed: 27 Jan 2007

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Bergen Djuan Crows Nest

Bergen Djuan cemetery, Crows Nest Shire


Address: Cemetery Road (cnr Bergen Rd), Crows Nest Shire
Opened: approx. 1905
# graves: 110 (photos)

More information about
map (Crows Nest Shire Council)

burial register? (Crows Nest Shire Council)
Nearby town of Haden
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
Crows Nest: Queensland Places
Crows Nest Shire: Queensland Places
Old Crows Nest Shire Council burial register pages
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)

Photographed: 5 Nov 2006

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Berri SA

Berri, Riverland, South Australia


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Berri-Barmera Council Cemetery Search
Berri-Barmera Council Cemeteries
Australian Cemeteries - Berri
Wikipedia: Berri, South Australia

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Bethania Lutheran Gold Coast

Bethania Lutheran, Gold Coast City


Address: Church Road, Bethania, Gold Coast, Queensland (bordering Logan City)
Opened: approx. 1864
# graves: ~380
More information about
Bethania Lutheran Church Lutheran Church - Bethania
Bethania: Queensland Places
Queensland Genealogy Resource List
Other transcription by Elaine Smith (Mar 2003)
Environmental Protection Agency - Bethania Lutheran Church
PictureAustralia - Bethania Lutheran Church
Bethania, Queensland - Wikipedia
Waterford Electorate

Part of the grounds extended beyond where the adjacent railway line was built. Some graves have been relocated from the far side of the line into the area in front of the church (between 2005 and 2015).

Photographed: 28 May 2005, updated Apr 2015

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Bethel Lutheran Cemetery Logan Reserve

Bethel Lutheran Cemetery, Logan Reserve (Logan City)


Address: Corner School Rd and Logan Reserve Road, Logan Reserve, Logan City. (Near Beaudesert and Gold Coast boundaries)
Opened: approx. 1903 (church 1864?)
# graves: 100 (photos)

Logan Reserve Bethel Lutheran Cemetery corner of Logan Reserve and School Roads, Logan Reserve

Logan Reserve is the oldest settled area on the Logan River and was originally taken up by Irish immigrants in the 1860s. Gradually German migrants moved into the area and they travelled to Bethania to church. Children attended the Logan Reserve School that was also on this site at that time. A request was made to the department of Public Instruction in 1896 to allow a German School to be run in the building on Saturdays and to use the school for church on Sundays. It would seem that the request for the Saturday School was denied, as the teacher from the parish school at Bethania was sent to Logan Reserve School once a week. The following year the German community built a church known as the Bethel Church. The cemetery evolved alongside the church. The earliest marked burial on the site is that of Adolf Wendt in 1903, but it is likely that there are earlier unmarked graves.

The tornado of February 1936 destroyed the church, but locals soon rebuilt it and it remained on the site until 1972, when it was demolished. Meanwhile the school remained on Portion 46 adjacent to the cemetery, until 1914 when it was moved to it current site on the opposite corner. This cemetery is still used by the Lutheran Community and it is managed by the Bethania Church.
More information about
Logan city cemetery list
Logan Reserve Bethel Lutheran Cemetery
Rhonda Demarco's Logan Reserve Cemetery (Bethel Cemetery) transcriptions
Bethania Queensland Pioneer List
Logan - final resting places.
A Brief History of Logan

Photographed: 5 Jun 2005

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Blackbutt Benarkin Nanango

Blackbutt-Benarkin cemetery, South Burnett Shire (formerly Nanango Shire)


Address: D'Aguilar Highway between Blackbutt and Benarkin.
Opened: approx 1900?
# graves:

More information about
Maggie Rail's collection on Interment.net
Colston and Wenk Genealogy page - Blackbutt-Benarkin Cemetery, Blackbutt, Queensland, Australia
Blackbutt - incl a reference to a walled cemetery plot of Jessie Well, located on Old Esk Road.
A Short History of Blackbutt (or an archived copy).
Blackbutt-Online
South Burnett Regional Council - Services - Cemeteries
Benarkin State School
Wikipedia - Blackbutt, Queensland
About Australia - Blackbutt
Blackbutt: Queensland Places

Photographed: Mar 2009

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Blair Athol

Bollon

Boonah Gabriels Farm

Boonara station Gympie region

Boonara station and St David's Church, Gympie region


Address: Burnett Highway (A3) near Booinbah Rd, Boonara
Opened: approx. 1850, 1914 (church)
# graves: ~32 (58 photos)

The cemetery is associated with the historic Boonara Property dating from 1846. The property was owned by David Jones (of department store fame) and family. St David's church was built in 1914.

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - Boonara St David's Churchyard Cemetery Burnett Highway Boonara
interment.net - Boonara Cemetery Queensland, Australia
findagrave oonara Cemetery
about-australia.com - Boonara Homestead


Gravestone Photographic Resource - Cemeteries within Boonara that have been photographed and indexed

wikipedia - Goomeri
Boonara Cemetery
Gympie Family History Society Inc - cemetery crawl (Gympie Family History Society)

Photographed: Sep 2015

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Boonoo boonoo Tenterfield NSW

Boonoo-boonoo, Tenterfield, NSW


Address: Cemetery Rd, Boonoo-boonoo, Tenterfield, NSW
OR, 2242 Mount Lindesay Road, Boonoo Boonoo (NSW public register)
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:
We could not find any concrete evidence of the cemetery along Cemetery Road. We did see a fenced off area in the field, but nothing within this area.

More information about
History around Liston
burials including Boonoo Boonoo
John Andrews
NSW DPI lists address as 2242 Mount Lindesay Rd, and Google maps shows a diamond shaped land parcel in the middle of (another) field some distance from the road. (We were unable to see any headstones in that larger field north of the creek).
TENTERFIELD CEMETERY REGISTER DATA BASE
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Booyal

Booyal Cemetery, Bundaberg Region (formerly Isis Shire)


Address: Booyal Cemetery Road (German Charlie's Road), Booyal
Opened: bef 1909
# graves: ~25

More information about
Interment.net - Booyal
Cemeteries of the Darling Downs - Booyal
Cemeteries in the Bundaberg Region (Rose Chapel funerals)

Photographed: Feb 2011

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Boulia

Bourke NSW

Bourke, NSW


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: ~2000
old section denominational (inc Chinese and Muslim/Afgan) stone headstones readable, iron ones were too rusty. Also new section. Includes Fred Hollows with memorial.

More information about
Bourke Shire Council: Environment: Bourke Cemetery
SMH - Unlocking the secret of the stones >br>SMH - Bourke : Substantial township on the Darling River in far western New South Wales
Bourke's Historic Cemetery
Fred Hollows in Bourke
wikipedia Bourke NSW

Photographed: Nov 2007 (incomplete)

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Bribie Island Memorial Gardens

Bribie Island Memorial Gardens, Caboolture Shire


Address: 1st Avenue, Woorim
Opened: 1991
# graves: 1160

More information about
Bribie Island Memorial Gardens
Moreton Bay Region Cemeteries Database
Bribie Island: Queensland Places
Bribie Island: Wikipedia

Photographed: 11 Feb 2007

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Brigalow

Brightview Apostolic Esk

Apostolic Church of Queensland, Brightview, Esk Shire


Address: Brightview Road, Brightview, Esk Shire
Opened: ~1900?
# graves: ~130
More information about
Church contact details
The Brightview area was formerly known as Tarampa Flats and Lobethal. (archived copy)
Laidley Localities: Queensland Places
Wikipedia: Brightview, Queensland

Photographed: 10 July 2005

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Brisbane North Quay
Brisbane North Quay (Skew St) name index

Brisbane North Quay (Skew St) name index


Address: on the bank of the river on the curve of North Quay. near Skew Street, the northern approach to the William Jolly Bridge.
Opened: 1825
Closed: Moved to Paddington 1844
# graves:
NameDiedWhere Buried
Stapyltonbef 1841North Quay
Tuckbef 1841North Quay
Dunlopabt. 1895elsewhere
Merridooabt 1841Nearby North Quay
Noogamillabt 1841Nearby North Quay


An earlier grave site was on the riverbank just downstream (between Herschel St and Tank St). (It was used for children because the general cemetery was not suitable.)
Bodies were exhumed and transferred to Brisbane General Cemetery, Toowong in 1881

More information about
Toowong Cemetery history including history of earlier cemeteries.
The Paddington Cemetery (as described 1907)
CEMETERY AT NORTHERN APPROACH TO WILLIAM JOLLY BRIDGE : Letter of protest against land between Eagle Terrace and Union Street being used for drainage purposes. Mentions land having been used for cemetery purposes in the past.
THE OLD BURIAL GROUND. (1913, October 7). The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), p. 4. Retrieved February 11, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article19907521
Historic Brisbane maps from Picture Queensland from State Library of Queensland.
State Library of Queensland: Slater's Pocket Map of the City of Brisbane, 1865 or Trove
Brisbane 1844 Martens
Street map of the city of Brisbane, Queensland, 1878 from John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland.
Map of Brisbane, 1844 Gerler, Carl Friedrich from John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland,
Ham's map of the city of Brisbane, Queensland, 1863 from John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland,
Map of Brisbane and suburbs (Gordon & Gotch) from State Library of Queensland,

Photographed: Plaque Feb 2009



Brisbane North Quay Herschel
Brisbane North Quay (bet Tank St and Herschel St) name index

Brisbane North Quay (between Herschel St and Tank St) name index


Address: on the bank of the river on North Quay. between Herschel ST and Tank St
Opened: 1825
Closed: Moved to Paddington 1844
# graves: 3


This is an earlier set of grave site than Skew St 500m west (upstream). It was used for children because the general cemetery was not suitable.)
Bodies were exhumed and transferred to Brisbane General Cemetery, Toowong in 1881
North Quay Burial Ground
McCauley Peter McCauley son of Peter McCauley, died 5th Jan 1832 aged 5 years 8 months
Pittard Jane Pittard daughter of John Pittard died 29 Jan 1833 aged 12 months 13 days
Roberts William Roberts son of Charles Roberts, died 15 Nov 1831 aged 5 years 2 months
Wooden fenced grave without tombstone
ref: GSQ QLD 820 000

More information about
Toowong Cemetery history including history of earlier cemeteries.
The Paddington Cemetery (as described 1907)
CEMETERY AT NORTHERN APPROACH TO WILLIAM JOLLY BRIDGE : Letter of protest against land between Eagle Terrace and Union Street being used for drainage purposes. Mentions land having been used for cemetery purposes in the past.
THE OLD BURIAL GROUND. (1913, October 7). The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), p. 4. Retrieved February 11, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article19907521
Some investigations into the site of Brisbane's earliest burial ground - Journal of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland volume 6 issue 2: pp. 389-417 Gill, J. C. H. (James Connal Howard) Brisbane, Qld. Royal Historical Society of Queensland, 1960

Photographed: Plaque and re-interred headstones May 2013



Broken Hill NSW

Broken Hill, NSW


Address:
Opened: approx. 1895
# graves: ~40000
huge (bigger than Lutwyche) 20000. Dates fron 1895 to present. plus special childrens section (nice and grassed compared to dust bowl for rest). Denominational sections. no lawn section, nor columbarium that we saw.

More information about
Broken Hill Cemetery
Wikipedia: Broken Hill, New South Wales

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Brookfield

Brookfield, City of Brisbane


Address: Cnr Brookfield and Gold Creek Roads, Brookfield
Opened: 1868 (or 1882)
# graves: ~600

More information about
BCC burial register
BCC - Brookfield cemetery
Brookfield Historical Cemetery (Interment)
Wikipedia - Brookfield
Cemeteries of Brisbane (also)
History of Brookfield
Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd - Brookfield
Brookfield Uniting Church
Upper Brookfield Uniting church moved to Moreton Bay College
Brookfield History Group
Early maps of Indooroopilly from Indooroopilly library.
Brookfield & Upper Brookfield: Queensland Places
BCC - Brookfield Cemetery

Photographed: Dec 2006

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Broome pioneer WA

Broome Pioneer Cemetery


Address: Robinson St, city beach, Broome
Opened: 1884
# graves: 29 (photos)

More information about
Broome map
Register of heritage places - Broome Pioneer Cemetery
Maurice Cotter 1859 - 1889
SMH - Broome
Lonely Graves in WA - Old Broome
Australian Cemeteries - Broome Pioneer
Broome - Wikipedia
from the cemetery managemet plan - Broome Pioneer Cemetery is located at the end of Robinson Street...
S312696 Two friends, two headstones - one grave Broome Town Beach Pioneer Cemetery. Edward Chippindall (born 1852) and Thomas Haynes (born 1853) were partners in pearling operations (possibly 2 schooners and 11 luggers) until Edward's death from misadventure. Thomas later cultivated pearl shell on the Montebello Islands for a time. He died in England and had his ashes interred here with his friend and former business partner, Edward. and restored headstone photo
From State Heritage

Photographed: Sep 2009

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Broome WA

Broome, WA


Address: Port Dr, Broome
Opened: approx. 18xx

Japanese, Chinese and General sections.
# graves:

More information about
Broome map
Broome Japanese Cemetery
SMH - Broome
ozoutback.com.au - Broome, the Pearl of Western Australia
Broome: Wikipedia
lonelee-planet - Broome Japanese Cemetery
Japanese and Aboriginal Cemetery
Car ban for Broome cemetery
Japanese Cemetery - Broome's by finn.rakas
Japanese Cemetery
The Chinese Cemetery, Broome, Western Australia
Japanese and Chinese Cemetery
Japanese Pearl Divers Cemetery, Broome Australia
Muslim cemetery
THE JAPANESE CEMETERY - The bends, Obon and the men from Wakayama
Broome - Japanese Cemetery

Photographed: Sep 2009

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Brooweena Anglican Woocoo

Brooweena St Mary's Anglican cemetery, Woocoo Shire


Address: Maryborough Biggenden Road, 3km west of Brooweena.
Opened: After 1919?
# photos: 134

More information about
Brooweena history
Anglican Records - Provenance - Creators and Custodians
Brooweena - Wikipedia
Woocoo Shire: Queensland Places

Photographed: 28 Jan 2008

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Bryden Catholic Somerset

Bryden (formerly Deep Creek) Catholic cemetery, Esk Shire


Address: 2479 Wivenhoe-Somerset Dam Road, corner Corcorans Rd, Bryden District, Esk shire
Opened: before 1908 (relocated here when Wivenhoe dam was built in 1980s)
# graves: ~30
Small cemetery 100m west of road. Fenced and maintained, accessed through cow paddock, or off Corcoran's road. The camatery is also known as St Ann's graveyard. The cemetery borders the remains of Castleholme Homestead.
More information about
Bryden church moved to Pine Mountain (near Ipswich).
Somerset Regional Council Cemetery Register
History of Bryden district (see here if link no longer working)
Elaine Smith's history of Bryden - Deep Creek Cemetery
Wivenhoe dam inundation
Conroys and Castleholme at Bryden
The Bryden area was originally known as Deep Creek from 1878 to 1917, then changed to avoid confusion as there was another Deep Creek in Queensland. (see here if link broken).
Historical map of Brisbane Valley

GSQ describe this cemetery as Bryden Catholic Cemetery 2.7 km N.W. of Bryden (behind Catholic Church, church no longer there) Somerset Regional Council describe the location of the two Bryden cemeteries and the location of Bryden in the district.
Wikipedia - Castleholme Homestead in Bryden

Photographed: 15 Oct 2005

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Bryden Fairview Somerset

Bryden (formerly Deep Creek) (Fairview) cemetery, Esk Shire


Address: 2359 Wivenhoe-Somerset Dam Road, Bryden District, Esk shire
4 km north of the Catholic cemetery. There is a wire gate in the fence across an unmade road running west. This gate is 300m south of the gate to a well maintained property. The unmade, unnamed road runs west 300m with a fence to the south. At the end of this road is a narrow fenced off area surrounding the (grass) overgrown cemetery. It is not visible from the main road. The cemetery is in the south-west corner of the homestead block.
Opened: 1895
# graves: ~7
More information about
Fairview burial register and from GSQ.
Bryden church moved to Pine Mountain (near Ipswich).
Conroys and Castleholme at Bryden
Somerset Regional Council Cemetery Register
History of Bryden district (see here if link no longer working)
Elaine Smith's history of Bryden - Deep Creek Cemetery
Wivenhoe dam inundation
The Bryden area was originally known as Deep Creek from 1878 to 1917, then changed to avoid confusion as there was another Deep Creek in Queensland. (see here if link broken).
Historical map of Brisbane Valley
Somerset Regional Council describe the location of the two Bryden cemeteries and the location of Bryden in the district.

Photographed: Aug 2010

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Bulimba Uniting cemetery Brisbane

Bulimba Uniting (formerly Methodist) Church Cemetery, Brisbane


Address: Intersection of Riding Road, Hawthorne Road, Oxford St and Lytton Road Bulimba
Opened: Cemetery approx. 1876 (Church opened 1866)
Graves: 10
More information about Bulimba Uniting Church

Bulimba

Bulimba Churches
Living on Bulimba : This website includes stories and the history of the Brisbane Riverside suburb of Bulimba.
Balmoral: Queensland Places
Bulimba: Queensland Places
Bulimba: Wikipedia

Photographed: Mon 28 March 2005

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Bundaberg Catholic

Bundaberg Catholic Cemetery


Address: Fitzgerald St (near Nicholson St), Thabeban.
Opened: bef 1873
# graves:

More information about
[AUS-QLD] KOPP/YUNG/YOUNG in Bundaberg Catholic cemetery
Cemeteries in the Bundaberg Region

Photographed: Feb 2011

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Bundaberg General

Bundaberg General Cemetery, Bundaberg Region


Address: Takaluan Street (Isis Highway) opposite Enterprise St.
Opened: 1873
# graves: 23000

More information about
Bundaberg Regional Council - Cemeteries with search page.
War cemetery section - Bundaberg General cemetery
Bundaberg Cemetery - page by 'pacific fox'
Dept of Veterans' Affairs - Queensland War Cemeteries

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Bunya cemetery Pine Rivers Shire

Bunya cemetery, Pine Rivers Shire


Opened: 5 Dec 1873 (gazetted)

We have no idea how many people are buried here, but there is only one remaining headstone.

The cemetery may have once been known as Cash's Crossing cemetery or Cashe's Crossing cemetery.
# graves: 1 visible. 16 recorded (see "history of burials in the south pine rivers shire" below)
Address: Bunya Road, Bunya (Pine Rivers Shire,Queensland)

Between 2005 and 2015 several markers have been placed in the cemetery.

More information:

[Reference: the History of Burials in the South Pine Rivers Shire (by Melva A Welch)]
Two cemetery reserves were gazetted in the parish of Bunya in the same year. Bunya Cemetery gazetted in Dec 1873 was described as being near Cache's Crossing. The other reserve gazetted in March 1873 was described as being at Chinaman's Creek. For over 100 years, Bunya Cemetery received no maintenance because trustees had been appointed from 1879 under "mistaken identity". The 1879 appointed Trustees who liven close to Chinaman's Creek, buried their family members and took care of those grounds ...
sixteen definite burials in Bunya Cemetery have been discovered.
Bunya: Queensland Places
Bunya: Wikipedia
A lonely grave - Old Bunya Cemetery
Brisbane Courier account of the death of Thomas Broad and from the previous day too.

Photographed: Sunday 3 April 2005, re-photographed Mar 2015

More Info:
The history of burials in the south pine rivers shire (by Melva A Welch). Publisher: Pine Rivers Shire Council. This contains all the burials there.

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Busselton Pioneer WA

Busselton Pioneer cemetery, WA


Address: In town, just east of the jetty
Opened: 1847 - 1930
# graves: approx 300

More information about
Busselton FHS - The Pioneer Cemetery, Busselton
Historic sites
ST MARY'S CHURCH BUSSELTON - The churchyard has many pioneer graves, including that of John G Bussell.
"Aussie Heritage" - Old Busselton Cemetery
Lorraine's Burial Records Pages
wikipedia: Busselton, Western Australia

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Cabarlah Geham Crows Nest

Cabarlah / Geham / Highfields (Koojarewon) - Crows Nest Shire


Address: Opposite cnr Barracks Rd & New England Highway.
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: ~900

More information about
History - Highfields
Crows Nest Cemeteries
Cabarlah Geham Cemetery Graves
Christ Lutheran Church - Highfields
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
Old Crows Nest Shire Council burial register pages
Crows Nest: Queensland Places
Crows Nest Shire: Queensland Places
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)

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Caboolture Old Cemetery Caboolture

Caboolture Cemetery, Caboolture Shire


Address: King Street, Caboolture
Opened: approx. 1918
# graves: ~1800
More information about
Ewanida Rail Records - Caboolture Cemetery Caboolture Shire, Queensland, Australia
Moreton Bay Region Cemeteries Database
Queensland Places - Caboolture

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Caboonbah Church Cemetery Esk

Caboonbah Church Cemetery, Esk Shire


Address: Caboonbah Undenominational Church is situated on Caboonbah Road, approximately 2kms east of Mt Beppo and 12 kms from Toogoolawah
Opened: approx. 1905
# graves: ~60
More information about
Somerset Regional Council Cemetery Register
Brisbane Valley Historical Society - Caboonbah
Brisbane Valley Historical Society - Caboonbah
Brisbane Valley Historical Society - history of Caboonbah Homestead
List of names
List of names
Brisbane Valley Historical Society
pictures
"Caboonbah Homestead" and the Somersets
BEAUFORT and Somerset fanily tree
Caboonbah Undenominational Church centenary celebration (5-Nov-2005)
Caboonbah Homestead
THE BRISBANE FLOOD NOTICE BOARD. (24th January, 1911)
Henry Plantagenet Somerset (and Somerset Dam).
Caboonbah Homestead

Photographed: 15 Oct 2005

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Caboonbah Church Cemetery Esk/www.bvhs.org.au

Caboonbah Church Cemetery Esk/www.bvhs.org.au/images
This folder contains images saved from the Brisbane Valley Historical Society bvhs.org.au, which has been unavailable since their premises in the historic house was burnt down.
Caboonbah Church Cemetery Esk/www.bvhs.org.au/menu

Caboonbah Homestead Esk

Caboonbah Homestead (Somerset family)

The homestead burnt down in May 2009, but the area remains heritage listed. There are hopes to rebuild Caboonbah homestead.
Address:
Opened: 1890
# graves: 3

More information about
local copy of part of Brisbane Valley Heritage Society web site
Caboonbah Church
Collections Ausytralia Network - Caboonbah Homestead
Qld Govt Environment and Resource Management - Caboonbah Homestead
Sydney Morning Herald - Esk
Caboonbah Homestead 'Big Rock' or 'Little Britain': A study of Britishness in late 19th and early 20th century rural Queensland
Caboonbah Homestead Archaeological Project: 2006 - 2007 Field Season
History: Billy Mateer - the man who raced the flood
Brisbane Valley Heritage Buildings
flickr - Caboonbah Homestead
more flickr photos of Caboonbah Homestead
Augmentation of Wivenhoe Dam Storage Volume
Museum of Learning - Caboonbah Homestead
Australian Museums and Galleries Online - Caboonbah Homestead
FEDERATION OF AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETIES INC
Lyndas Photos - Caboonbah
John Oxley Library Blog - Stockman Billy Mateer saves the day!
floods in the Brisbane River - Brisbane Courier 13 Feb 1896
Brisbane Courier - 12 Feb 1896 - Flooding apprehended
Australian Heritage Places Inventory - Caboonbah Homestead
View across the grass to Cressbrook Homestead, ca. 1887 contributed by QldPics taken in 1887
HISTORY ANCHORS MT BRISBANE Written by Rebecca Jennings, Queensland Country Life : the McConnels
McConnel Family collection

Photographed: Jul 2010

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Caffey

Caffey cemetery, Lockyer Valley Region formerly Gatton Shire


Also known in some records as Mount Sylvia
Address: Mt Sylvia Road, Caffey, South of Gatton
Opened: approx. ~1910
# graves: ~100

Probably named after ?????? Caffey (?) ( - ) pioneer selector.

More information about
Place names - Caffey

Photographed: 16 Apr 2006


Mount Sylvia and Left Hand Branch

According to transcriptions by Judy Webster 4-Sep-1982, Mt Sylvia cemetery is 7.3 km from Tent Hill Hotel on road to Mt Sylvia on east side of road seemingly adjacent to road as drawn in the map in the transcription book). This is exactly where Caffey cemetery is located.
Opened: approx. 1895?

Mt Sylvia has hosted churches of a number of religions

  • Roman Catholic - St Patrick's (built 1896)
  • Lutheran - Cross Lutheran
  • Uniting
  • Congregational (built 1891)

School opened 10 Apr 1885

More information about
There is a book: A HISTORY OF LEFT HAND BRANCH AT MT. SYLVIA. S/C (K. Wit) Circa 1992. 155pp. A local history of this area situated in the Lockyer Valley. Ex lib. Clean. or at John Oxley
School Roll for Mount Sylvia State School
Name lists from St Patrick's Catholic
Wikipedia: Caffey, Queensland
Wikipedia: Mount Sylvia, Queensland

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Callandoon Waggamba QLD

Camooweal

Campbellville

Campbellville Cemetery Site


Address: Roys Road, Coochin Creek
Opened: 1881-1890
# graves: 0 surviving historic memorials, 1 recent

Campbellville, one of the first European pioneer settlements north of Brisbane, was established on this site in 1881. It was built around a sawmill owned by James Campbell, a Scottish immigrant and enterprising businessman.

From 1881 to 1890 the settlement was the main trading center for logging and indistry in the area and was home to almost one hundred people.

A paddle steamer, Mavis, was specially built to run between Brisbane and Campbellville. Try to imaging her coming into view, rounding the sharp creek bend, heading for the wharf on the incoming tide with yet another load of supplies for people throughout the district.

Campbellville was abandoned after the railway reached Landsborough in late 1889 and little is known of the location of the buildings and houses which once formed the township.

All that is left to remind us of its existence are the remains of this small cemetery.

The creek behind is about as far north where you could cut timber and without leaving Moreton bay. So the steamer can reach here from Brisbane without leaving protected waters.

More information about

Wikipedia: Coochin Creek

Sunshine Coast Council: Backward Glance: Coochin Creek and its history

Trove: List: Campbellville QLD

Trove: 1976, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Campbellville and cedar days : an outline history of the former south-east Queensland sawmilling township of Campbellville and pioneers of the associated timber industry / by A. C. Gubby.

Bribie Island History: Historic Campbellville which lists burials (and indicates use as early as 1867) -:
datename and notes
Mrs. Harry Blake (wife of the saw sharpener and engineer at the mill)
Mr. Petersen, probably Mr. W. Petersen
Mr. Frank Lovsey (or Lovesie)
child of Frank Assen, yardman at the mill.
13 Feb 1867infant child Francis Assen
Mar 1884Andrew Lovesy
6 Mar 1886infant child George Campbell

Photographed: May 2019

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Camp Cable Park Beaudesert

Camp Cable Park, Beaudesert


Address: Camp Cable Rd, corner Waterford Tamborine Road
graves: 1
Opened: approx. 1945
More information about CAMP CABLE NEAR LOGAN VILLAGE SOUTH OF BRISBANE, QLD
DURING WW2
Previously known as Camp Tamborine

32nd Infantry Division (United States): Wikipedia

Photographed: 5 Jun 2005

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Canungra

Canungra, Beaudesert Shire


Address: Cemetery Rd, corner Beaudesert-Nerang Road, near Beechmont Road intersection, Canungra
Opened: 1918
# graves: approx 243
More information about
Canungra Heritage 1879-1979.
Qld State Archives: Canungra Cemetery Register Of Graves
Gold Coast Family History Society - Projects
St Luke's Church, Canungra, QLD
Canungra Information
William Dunbar How Slack - died and initially buried at Canungra, but later moved to South Brisbane
Ancestors of Ian & Helen Turner (Corbett)
Canungra: Queensland Places
Canungra: Wikipedia
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
Placenames - Slacks Creek

Photographed: 9 Oct 2005

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Capella old

Old Capella (memorial)


Address: originally east of Capella (nothing remains) Central Highlands Region (formerly Peak Downs)
Opened: approx. 1870, Last 1899
# graves: 32

More information about
The groundsman at Peak Downs (where the memorial is) indicated the site of the original cemetery was in one of the streets on the eastern part of town, but nothing remained.
Modern Peak Downs/Capella cemetery
Wikipedia: Capella, Queensland

Photographed: Jul 2016

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Cape Willoughby Lightstation Kangaroo Island SA

Cape Willoughby Lightstation, Kangaroo Island, SA


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
ozburials.com: Cape Borda Cemetery Kangaroo Island
Flinders Ranges Research - Kangaroo Island
Shipwrecks and Lighthouses

Peter Applebee writes:
It is my understanding that the headstone at Cape Willoughby Lighthouse is from Adelaide’s Cheltenham Cemetery, which was returned to the island because of the inscription. This would have happened when it’s plot was reused. It is fortunate to survive as most headstones removed by Adelaide Cemeteries Authority are shifted to Enfield Cemetery, only to disappear forever.

Photographed: Dec-2011

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Cardwell

Cardwell


Address: Gravel Pit Road, Cardwell, QLD
Opened: approx. 1864
# graves:

More information :


Cassowary coast region: Cardwell cemetery
Cardwell and district historical society
Find-a-grave
Billion graves
Australian cemeteries index
Qld State Archives: Cardwell burial register
Trove: The Cairns Post 1928 : Cardwell shire cemeteries

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Carnarvon Pioneer WA

Carnarvon Pioneer, WA


Address: Crowther St (19 Carey St, Young St, Richardson St), South Carnarvon
Opened: 1895 - 1973
# graves:

More information about
Cecily McKail-Miller's Carnarvon & Gascoyne History Website
photos on flickr
Heritage assessment and conservation policy for the Carnarvon Pioneer Cemetery
State Library of WA - cemeteries
Carnarvon Shire - Pioneer Cemetery
OZburials - Carbarvon Cemetery
OZburials- Carnarvon Pioneer Cemetery
Billion Graves - Carnarvon Pioneer Cemetery - South Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia

Photographed: Sep 2009 (images of the plaques are very poor)

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Carrington old

Old Carrington Cemetery, Tablelands region


Address: Hastie Rd cnr Koci Rd, Atherton
Opened: approx. 1898
# graves: 3

More information :


See also Atherton (General, War Memorial, Lawn)
See also Atherton Pioneer
Tablelands Region Cemeteries
Tablelands: Atherton Pioneer Cemetery (Thomas Park/Old Carrington Cemetery)
Australian Ceneteries Index: Carrington Old
Find a grave: Old Carrington Cemetery
Interment.net: Thomas Park (Old Carrington Cemetery) Atherton Shire, Queensland, Australia
Wikipedia: Carrington
australias guide: Carrington
olin Larter research on Alec McGraw

Photographed: Aug 2016

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Cawarral

Cawarral, Livingstone shire


Address: corner of Cemetery Road and Helena Lane
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Wikipedia: Cawarral
Australian Cemeteries Index
Find a grave
Billion graves

Photographed: Aug 2016

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Cecil Plains Darling Downs

Cecil Plains Homestead Darling Downs

Cedar Creek cemetery Ferny Grove Brisbane

Cedar Creek cemetery, Ferny Grove (Upper Kedron), Brisbane

Address: corner of Cemetery and Canvey Roads
A small cemetery now controlled by Brisbane City Council. The burial register is available through Brisbane City Council's WWW site.
OurBrisbane) had some local history which mentions the cemetery.
Cedarcreek-cemetery (Liannamaye)
Inerment.net - Cedar Creek Cemetery, Upper Kedron
Cedar Creek Cemetery
Arthur Ernest Marshall
Ferny Grove: Queensland Places
Ferny Grove: Wikipedia

Opened: 1898
Graves: ~16
Address: Cemetery Road, Ferny Grove (Brisbane, Queensland)
The address is sometimes listed as being in Upper Kedron (a neighbouring suburb).

Photographed: Sunday 3 April 2005, Mar 2015

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Chambers Flat Cemetery Beaudesert

Chambers Flat Cemetery, Beaudesert shire


Address: Chambers Flat Road, corner Logan Reserve Rd, Beaudesert shire (Mackenzie) map 9542-(56J)NQ 085 319
Opened: ~ 13/10/1891
Graves: ~70
More information about Logan Regional History
CHAMBERS FLAT CEMETERY TRUST
Chambers Flat Cemetery (Australian Cemeteries)
Chambers Flat Cemetery Trust and Chambers Flat Cemetery Register Of Graves
A Brief History of Logan
Queensland Places - Chambers Flat

Photographed: 5 & 18 June 2005

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Chapel Hill cemetery Brisbane

Chapel Hill Methodist Cemetery, Brisbane.


Address: corner Chapel Hill Road and Moggill Road, Chapel Hill.
Opened: approx. 1875
Graves: ~50

The Chapel Hill Uniting church was (much) earlier known as

  • Chapel Hill Primitive Methodist
  • Indooroopilly Primitive Methodist
  • Moggill Road Primitive Methodist
The cemetery has been known as
  • Chapel Hill cemetery, and
  • Indooroopilly cemetery

More information about Chapel Hill.
Chapel Hill: Queensland Places
Chapel Hill: Wikipedia
1887 'The Indooroopilly Cemetery' The Brisbane Courier 22 Apr 1887

References:
TELL THE NEXT GENERATION a Project of the Kenmore Uniting Church Parish : Authors HENRY CLARKSON & DAWN LANGFORD

Photographed: Sat 12 March 2005

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Charters Towers Lynd

Charters Towers - Lynd - Monumental and Lawn Cemetery


Address: Lynd Highway Charters Towers, Charters Towers Region, Queensland, 4820 Australia
Opened: 1895
# graves: 18800

More information about
Charters Towers Regional COuncil
Find a grave - Charters Towers Monumental & Lawn Cemetery
Australian Cemeteries Index
Billion Graves - Charters Towers Lynd Highway.
Queensland Attractions - Charters Towers Cemetery
Roy~Royes Family Links
Myras Place - Charters Towers Cemetery Listings
John and Julie Tucker Family History
Kernow - Things to Do in Charters Towers, Queensland

Photographed: 2002 (partial)

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Childers Lawn Isis

Childers Lawn Cemetery, Bundaberg Regional Council (formerly Isis Shire)


Address: Huxley Road, Childers, Queensland
Opened: recent 1980s?
# graves:

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Isis shire cemeteries
Find-A-Grave: Childers Lawn Cemetery

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Chinchilla Pioneer Western Downs

Chinchilla Western Downs

Christ Church Anglican memorial reserve Milton Brisbane

Christ Church (Anglican) memorial reserve, Milton, Brisbane

Built adjacent to the former Paddington cemetery (1843-1875), it is unlikely that anyone was buried in the churchyard. However, the closure of Paddington cemetery and its subsequent conversion into the Lang Park sportsground resulted in headstones being relocated to various locations.

In 1914, some unclaimed headstones were placed in the Memorial Reserve situated between Lang Park and Christ Church. There is a plaque to that effect in the memorial reserve.

Although very worn and almost unreadable, one of these unclaimed headstones appears to be that of the infamous Patrick Mayne and his infant daughter Evelina Selina. We believe that Patrick & Evelina were originally buried in Paddington Cemetery, but were re-interred at Toowong Cemetery in 1889, after the death and burial of his wife and her mother Mary in Toowong Cemetery. As Patrick and Evelina are included on the headstone in Toowong Cemetery, their headstone in Paddington Cemetery was probably left behind and forgotten about. As the Maynes were a staunch Catholic family, it is ironic that this headstone should have found its way into the grounds of an Anglican church!

When Paddington Cemetery was closed there were 4000 people interred. Only 120 families took up the offer for re-internment at Toowong. 500 headstones were saved. Of these, by 1932, only 21 remained. 20 of these were re-erected at Christ Church. Some of these are interesting, including Patrick Mayne of recent fame.

Visit the church's WWW site for more information on the church and cemetery.


The Paddington Cemetery
Biography of Thomas Finney
Suncorp Stadium - Venue History
Petrie terrace cemetery (Paddington cemetery)
The old and prsent Paddington cemeteries
BCC- Paddington Cemetery
Historic Brisbane maps from Picture Queensland from State Library of Queensland.
State Library of Queensland: Slater's Pocket Map of the City of Brisbane, 1865 or Trove
Brisbane 1844 Martens
Street map of the city of Brisbane, Queensland, 1878 from John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland.


Address: 9 Chippendall Street, Milton (Brisbane, Queensland)

Photographed: Saturday 2 April 2005

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Christ Church Anglican memorial reserve Milton Brisbane/www.cccpm.org.au

Christ Church Anglican memorial reserve Milton Brisbane/www.cccpm.org.au/parish

Christ Church Anglican memorial reserve Milton Brisbane/www.cccpm.org.au/parish/gallery

Christ Church Anglican memorial reserve Milton Brisbane/www.cccpm.org.au/parish/history

ChristmasCreek SacredHeart

Sacred Heart, Christmas Creek


Address: Christmas Creek Road, Beaudesert
Opened: approx. 1918
# graves: 177

Christmas Creek Catholic Church

The Catholic Church at Christmas Creek has been known as both the Sacred Heart and Saint Joseph's during its long history. The three acre block on which the church stands was donated by Mr Michael Cahill of "Kildare" in April, 1901. The timber was donated by Cahill Brothers and the local parishioners supplied the labour. Archbishop Duhig consecrated the cemetery in the church grounds on 4th June, 1918. The church was enlarged some thirty (30) years after it was originally opened to include a Sanctuary and Sacristy. A porch was also added.
More information about
Christmas Creek (Sacred Heart)
South Beaudesert Tourist Drive
Monument to Chinese Shepherds and Aborigines
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 6 Nov 2005

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Clermont

Cleveland Redland Shire

Cleveland cemetery, Redland Shire


Address: Clarke St, Cleveland
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
QFHS MI on CD

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Clifton Clifton

Clifton, Clifton shire (now Toowoomba region)


Address: Cemetery Rd, Clifton
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Australian Cemeteries Index - Clifton Cemetery
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)
interment.net : Clifton Cemetery
Wikipedia - Clifton, Queensland
Queensland Places - Clifton
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

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Cloncurry

Cloncurry Chinese

Cloncurry First

Coffin Bay SA

Coffin Bay, SA


Address:
Opened: (modern)
# graves: ~50

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - Coffin Bay
wikipedia: Coffin Bay, South Australia

Photographed: Incomplete Nov 2007

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Coleyville Boonah

Coleyville Cemetery, Boonah Shire


Address: Coleyville Cemetery Road, Coleyville, Boonah
off Mutdapilly-Coleyville road, just north of intersection with Roseville - Warrill View road)
Opened: approx. 1867
# graves: ~100
The area was on the Rosebrook Station land. George Thorn donated one acre of his land for the german baptists to have a church and cemetery on 23 apr 1867. A slab church built 11 May 1868. In 1909 new baptist church built further up the road. Many years later this church became a private residence. This former Baptist church was located on the opposite side of the road to the Gospel Hall and a little closer to the cemetery. An old photo is held at the Genealogical Society of Queensland. Ref GSQ QLD 820 340.
The Coleyville Baptist Church celebrated its centenary on 11 May 1968, but was closed soon after.
The cemetery was never officially gazetted as a reserve, so local families became trustees. both the burial records and maintenance have been handed down generation to generation.

Coleyville: named after early settler Philomen Coley who arrived in the district in 1866 and later settled permanently in the Coleyville area.

More information about
German Baptist Churches in Queensland and the German Baptist Conference
Harrisville & District
Naming of Ipswich
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
An Account of the German Baptist Church History in Queensland

Photographed: 9 April 2006

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Collingwood

Colton 1 SA

Colton SA (outside town)


Address:
Opened:
# graves:
was on a path up hill to east of road, with marker about first Greek settler

More information about
Colton Cemetery Index
District Council of Elliston Cemetery search
Gravesecrets - Colton

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Comet

Condamine Crawford Bridge Western Downs

Condamine Original Western Downs

Condamine Western Downs

Coochiemudlo Redland

Coochiemudlo Island Pine Ridge Chapel columbarium, Redland Shire


Address: Shirley St., Coochiemudlo Island QLD 4184
Opened: approx. Aug 1999
# plaques: 23

More information about
Wesleyan Methodist Church Directory
The Coochiemudlo Island Home Page
Coochiemudlo Island (Redland Shire Council) and timeline
Coochiemudlo Island Historical Society
Coochiemudlo Island Catholic Service (St Rita's Parish, Victoria Point) Coochiemudlo Community Hall, 345 Victoria Parade
Moreton Bay: Queensland Places
Coochiemudlo Island: Wikipedia

Photographed: 7-Jul-2007

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Cooktown

Cooktown, Cook Shire


Address: Charlotte Street, Cooktown
Opened: 1873 - 1920
# graves: 3000
From the information board at the cemetery:
Cooktown Cemerery
Significant heritage?
Over 3000 burials have taken place here since 1873. Most are unmarked.
The sire reflects historical events, social attitudes, and places the lives of ordinary people in perspective.
The tombstones, or lack of them, reflect wealth, social status and religious customs.
Graves of Aborigines, Chinese, English, French, German, Irish, Jews, New Zealanders, and Scots reflect a cosmopolitan origin.
Cemetery layout
Like many graveyeards, areas were allocated to Christians, heathens and Jews.
The Cooktown Cemetery is a time capsule of far north Queensland. Unlock the past as you wander among the graves and along the walking trail.

More information :

Wikipedia: Cooktown Cemetery
Find-a-grave: Cooktown General Cemetery
Cook Shire cemeteries with cemetery map
Australian cemeteries index - Cooktown
Australian cemeteries - Cooktown Cemetery
Explore Cooktown and Cape York - Cooktown Cemetery
Qld state archives - Register of the Cooktown Public Cemetery
Qld heritage register entry
Billion graves - Cooktown Cemetery
Weekend Notes - Cooktown Cemetery
Jocelyn Watts - Cemetery steeped in history
Cooktown & District Historical Society : Records currently available
Exploroz - Cooktown Cemetery - QLD
Cooktown Cemetery and Chinese Shrine
Commonwealth war graves - Cooktown
If the dead could speak - Cooktown Cemetery reveals FNQ history
Facebook - Cooktown Cemetery
Sydney Morning Herald - Cooktown
Centre for Indigenous Family History Studies - Cooktown Public Cemetery - Some Extracts 1877 - 1987 (burial register)
Qld historical atlas - Chinese shrine, Cooktown Cemetery, 1972
NLA Trove - Chinese headstone in Cooktown Cemetery, Cooktown, Queensland, ca. 1960

Photographed: (partial) Jul 2016

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Cooloola Coast

Cooloola Coast Cemetery


Address: Rainbow Beach Road, Cooloola Cove, Gympie Region
Opened: 1987
# graves: approx 250

More information about
Gympie regional council cemeteries
Interment.net : Cooloola Coast Cemetery Cooloola Shire, Queensland, Australia
Find-a-grave: Cooloola Coast Cemetery
Facebook: Cooloola Coast Cemetery
Billion graves: Cooloola Cove Cemetery Toolara Forest, Queensland, Australia
Trove: 2000, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Cooloola Coast Cemetery burial register & headstones / transcribed by members of Gympie Family History Society Inc
Wikipedia: Toolara Forest, Queensland
Cooloola Shire ... a golden past

Photographed: Jul 2016

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Coorabie SA

Coorabie, SA


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: approx 50 in a well maintained cemetery

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Nullarbor and surrounding districts - Ceduna Visitor Information Centre

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Cooroy

Cooroy


Address: 42 Lake Macdonald Dr, Cooroy, Noosa Shire, Queensland
Opened: approx. 1910
# graves: ~500

More information about
Billion Graves - Cooroy
Noosa Council - Cooroy Cemetery
Interment.net - Cooroy
Cooroy-Noosa Genealogical and Historical Research Group - Noosa Shire Cemeteries

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Copperfield

Cordalba

Cordalba Cemetery (Bundaberg Region)


Address: Cemetery Road Cordalba.
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: <

The cemetery is a long thin strip with 2 sections.

More information about
Familienarchiv Papsdorf, Bellersheim/ Germany
August Dittman - Das Familienarchiv Papsdorf
Queensland Family Trees

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Cossack WA

Cossack (European and Japanese) cemetery, WA


Address: Settlers Beach Road, Cossack, WA
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - Cossack
NLA.gov.au - Three headstones in Cossack cemetery
Heritage council of Western Australia - Cossack Cemetery
smh.com.au Cossack - Places to See
Heritage Australia - Cossack
Australian Customs Service - Cossack - Ghost town of the north-west
Cossack: Wikipedia

Photographed: Sep 2009

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CoulsonGeneral Boonah

Coulson (formerly Teviotville) Cemetery, Scenic Rim Regional Council (formerly Boonah Shire)


Address: Boonah-Ipswich Rd
Opened: approx 1886
# graves: ~195
Boonah Council operates cemeteries at Boonah & Kalbar. A number of Church cemeteries also operate through the Shire. Public Cemeteries are also located at Coulson, Milbong and Maroon. No further internments are allowed at Milbong and Coulson Cemeteries.
The old Coulson school is at the junction of Ipswich-Boonah road and Beaudesert road a few kms north of Boonah.
More information about
Boonah Council Cemeteries
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Sealy August ROSSOW
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
Australian Cemeteries - Coulson Cemetery (formerly known as Teviotville Cemetery) Boonah Ipswich Road, Coulson
CEMETERIES OF THE DARLING DOWNS AND BEYOND - Coulson Cemetery (formerly Teviotville Cemetery)
Rossow & Beitzel Genealogy Pages

Indexed by GSQ 1994. ref: QLD 820 310 names Abell - Young (copies from the hand written registers).

Photographed: Apr 2008

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Cressbrook Homestead Esk

Cressbrook Homestead, Esk Shire


Address: Dirt lane/driveway to the north from Cressbrook-Caboonba Road 500m to the north-west of Granziens Lane
Opened: Church 1901, but burial dates are 1863
# graves:

More information about
Brisbane valley Heritage Trail
Qld cultural register - Cressbrook Homestead
Queensland places - Toogoolawah
History of Toogoolawah and locally
Queensland places -Esk shire
Pictures relating to Toogoolawah, QLD
Several photos on Picture Australia


Queensland Heritage Register Map for Cressbrook Homestead
Brisbane Valley Heritage Buildings
Australian Heritage Places Inventory - Caboonbah Homestead
Australian Heritage Places Inventory - Cressbrook Homestead (summary) and details of Cressbrook Homestead

Photographed: Jul 2010

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Crows Nest

Crows Nest cemetery, Crows Nest Shire


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: 1

More information about
Crows Nest: Queensland Places
Crows Nest Shire: Queensland Places
Crows Nest: Wikipedia
Old Crows Nest Shire Council burial register pages
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)
Crows Nest Lawn Cemetery index Produced by Crows Nest Shire Council

Photographed: 22 April 2007

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Crows Nest Lawn

Crows Nest Methodist Pioneer wall

Crows Nest Methodist Pioneer Wall, Crows Nest Shire


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Crows Nest: Queensland Places
Crows Nest Shire: Queensland Places
Crows Nest: Wikipedia
Old Crows Nest Shire Council burial register pages
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)

Photographed: 22 April 2007

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Croydon

Daisy Hill Dennis Family Cemetery

Dennis Family Cemetery , Daisy Hill, Logan City


Address: Daisy Hill Road
Opened: approx. 1883
# graves: ~10

Dennis Family Cemetery . Daisy Hill Road, Daisy Hill

Just through the entrance to the Daisy Hill Forest, on the left, are the Dennis family graves. James Dennis and his sister Nanny came to Queensland on the Flying Cloud in 1864, and James selected land adjoining what is now state forest. He married Mary Ann Markwell and they had eighteen children. Many family members are buried in this family burial ground. It is still in use.

Just through the entrance to the Daisy Hill State Forest on the left, are the Dennis family graves. James Dennis and his sister Nanny Barnes, wife of James Barnes, came out on the ship Flying Cloud in 1864. James initially worked for Samuel Markwell at 'Mungaree', which was William Slacks' former property. He married Mary Ann Markwell in 1867 and began selecting land in Daisy Hill from 1870. He and Mary Ann had 18 children. In mid 1874, four day old Thomas Dennis died. He was the seventh child and fifth son. The private cemetery was established at that time. The cemetery has continued to be used by the Dennis Family.
[Source Logan City Council]

More information about
Dennis Family Cemetery
Logan City Cemeteries
Daisy Hill: Queensland Places
Daisy Hill: Wikipedia
A Brief History of Logan

Photographed: 12 Feb 2006

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Dayboro Cemetery Pine Rivers

Dayboro Cemetery Pine Rivers Shire

Dayboro was previously known as Terrors Creek and Upper North Pine.
There was another cemetery gazetted (1 Jun 1901) at Upper North Pine, near Whiteside, but there have been no burials. (closed 1908)
See also "In loving Memory of: the History of burials in the Pine Rivers Shire", Melva A Welch, Pine Rivers Shire Council. This excellent book contains burial registers, trustee lists as well as history.


Address: Laceys Creek Road, Dayboro, Pine Rivers Shire. (UBD 65 P-14)
Opened: 5 Sep 1903 (gazetted), 8 Feb 1904 (first burial)
# graves: appox 600-700


More information :
Interment.net (Judy Dickson's) transcriptions for Dayboro Cemetery

Dayboro Cemetery and Samsonvale Cemetery

Moreton Bay Council: Dayboro Cemetery

Moreton Bay Region Cemeteries Database

Pine Ricers Shire Council - Cemeteries

A brief history of the Samford Valley

DAYBORO COTTAGE "TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE"

Sawmilling North of Brisbane

Historical map of Brisbane Valley

Find A Grave - Dayboro Cemetery

BillionGraves: Dayboro Cemetery

Australiqan cemeteries index: Dayboro Cemetery

Gravestone Photographic Resource (GPR) - Dayboro Cemetery, Dayboro, Queensland

Qld state archives: Cemetery Registers - Upper North Pine Cemetery / Dayboro Cemetery

Facebook: Dayboro Cemetery

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Denmark WA

Denmark, WA


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Shire of Denmark - Cemetery
wikipedia: Denmark, Western Australia

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Diddillibah Maroochy

Diddillibah, Maroochy Shire (Sunshine Coast Regional Council)


Address: 622 Diddillibah Road, Diddillibah (Down Ash Road). west of Maroochydore.
Opened: 1896
# graves: 100

More information about
Interment.net - Diddillibah cemetery
Sunshine Coast Regional Council - cemeteries
Stories fro m Early Nambour
Wikipedia: Diddillibah, Queensland
Billiongraves: Diddillibah Cemetery Contributors
Australian Cemeteries Index - 2654 - Diddillibah
Queensland Places - Diddillibah
ABC radio - Diddillibah cemetery
Find a Grave - Diddillibah Cemetery
QFHS - George Bond Cemeteries Collection
Australian War Memorial - Roll of Honour Arthur Lawrence Heddon
Kenneth Ward Overell
Genealogy Sunshine Coast

Photographed: Jun 2010

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Djarra

Dogwood Creek Miles

Douglas Catholic Crows Nest

Douglas (Catholic) cemetery, Crows Nest Shire


Address: Plainby-Douglas Road, Crows Nest Shire
Opened: approx. 1895
# graves:
also Gomoran / Gomaren

More information about
Lutheran Section
map (Crows Nest Shire Council)
burial register (Crows Nest Shire Council)
Old Crows Nest Shire Council burial register pages
Crows Nest: Queensland Places
Crows Nest Shire: Queensland Places
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)

Photographed: 5 Nov 2006

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Douglas Crows Nest

Douglas Lutheran Crows Nest

Douglas (Lutheran) cemetery, Crows Nest Shire


Address: Plainby-Douglas Road, Crows Nest Shire
Opened: 1895
# graves: 270 (photos)
also Gomoran / Gomaren

More information about
Catholic section
map (Crows Nest Shire Council)
burial register (Crows Nest Shire Council)
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
Old Crows Nest Shire Council burial register pages
Crows Nest: Queensland Places
Crows Nest Shire: Queensland Places
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)

Photographed: 10 Dec 2006

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Drayton and Toowoomba Cemetery

Drayton and Toowoomba Cemetery


Address: Anzac Ave, Toowoomba (West of Brisbane)
Opened: 1864
More information about
Photos of Headstones around Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
(Old) Toowoomba City Council Grave Finder
(new) Toowoomba Regional Council Grave Finder
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: 28 Jan 2003

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Dryfesdale Lockerbie Scotland

Dryfesdale Parish Church, Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland


Address: Townhead Street, Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
Opened: before 1896 (original church 1116, present church 1898)
# graves: ~1300?

More information about
Dryfesdale Parish Church
Find-a-grave: Dryfesdale Parish Churchyard
BillionGraves: Lockerbie Parish Churchyard
Lockerbie Dryfesdale, Hutton and Corrie Church of Scotland

Photographed: 2001

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Dubbo old NSW

Old Dubbo Cemetery, NSW


Address: cnr of Golden Highway & Barden Ave
Opened: approx. 18xx - 1967
# graves: very large >10000? regularly laid out and close.

More information about
Dubbo City Council - Old Dubbo Cemetery
Australian Cemeteries - Dubbo Old Cemetery
Wikipedia: Dubbo, New South Wales

Photographed: Incomplete Dec 2007

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Dugandan Lutheran Boonah

Dugandan Trinity Lutheran cemetery, Boonah Shire


Address: South of Boonah on road to Rathdowney
Opened: approx. 1889 (church) 1901 (cemetery)
# graves: ~354

More information about
Local Histories of the Fassifern Valley and Rosewood Scrub
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
Dugandan: Queensland Places

Photographed: 31 Mar 2007

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Dutton Park South Brisbane

Dutton Park/South Brisbane cemetery, Brisbane


Address: South Brisbane Cemetery Annerley Rd, Dutton Park 4102
Ph (07) 3403 7765

Opened: 1870
replacing old cemetery surveyed 1843 (later West End school)
More information about
Brisbane City Council Grave location search
Dutton Park (the suburb)
Interment.net list
Mosquito breeding areas in 1920s

Photographed: 2 Jan 2004

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Eagleby Cemetery Gold Coast City

Eagleby Cemetery, Gold Coast City


Address: Herses Road, Eagleby, Gold Coast City (North of Brisbane)
Opened: approx. 1854?
Also known as Eagleby Lutheran Cemetery
# graves: ~100
More information about
Gold Coast City Council Cemeteries
Eagleby Cemetery: Monumental Inscriptions and George Bond Photographic Collection - E. Kopittke & R. Kopittke
Memories of Eagleby past
Eagleby: Queensland Places
Eagleby: Wikipedia

Photographed: 23 Apr 2005

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East Perth WA

East Perth, WA


Address: Bronte St, East Perth WA 6004
Opened: approx. 1829-1919
# graves: 1000?

More information about
East Perth Cemeteries
National Trust - East Perth Cemeteries
East Perth Redevelopment - East Perth's heritage
Graves of early settlers at East Perth Cemetery, c. 1850s. [001323D] [State Records Office of WA
Wikipedia East Perth Cemeteries and East Perth
Perth Vista - East Perth cemeteries
East Perth Cemetery
East Perth Cemetery Development Guidelines

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Ekibin

St Luke's Anglican Church, Ekibin, Brisbane


Address: Ekibin Rd east, opposite the junction of Sexton St, Annerley (or Tarragindi.).
Opened: approx. 1945
# memorials: ~50

The Ekibin/Tarragindi area was known as Sandy creek.
More information about
Tarragindi (suburb)
History of Tarragindi
History of Annerley
Tarragindi, Queensland - From Wikipedia
Ekibin: Queensland Places

Photographed: 11 Feb 2006

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Elliston SA

Elliston, SA


Address: Colton Back Road
Opened:
# graves: ~50

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - Elliston

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Emerald

Emu Bay Kangaroo Island SA

Emu Bay Historic Cemetery, Kangaroo Island, SA


Address: 100m East down (dirt) road to "Bay of Shoals" from intersection with Emu Bay Road, Emu Bay.
Opened: approx. 1907
# graves: 4 (no surviving memorials)

In June 2016 there were six new plaques placed in the Emu Bay Historic Cemetery, Kangaroo Island, by members of the Emu Bay Progress Association & K.I. Lions Club. I have attached photos of these new plaques and information about who they refer to. Any other names mentioned as regards to being at this cemetery are no longer applicable, ie, Ratcliffe & Whittle. Ratcliffe is actually Radford and the Whittles have, over the years, been re-interred with other family members at the Kingscote Cemetery. Regards Mr Kym Scholz Vice-chairperson Kangaroo Island Branch National Trust of South Australia ph 85533017

More information about
The Kangaroo Island Council oversees care and control of 5 cemeteries throughout the Island
Australian Cemeteries - Emu Bay Cemetery
Susan Marsden, A short history of Kangaroo Island
National Trust of South Australia on Emu Bay Historic Cemetery
National Trust of South Australia - plaques placed in Emu Bay Historic Cemetery

Photographed: Dec 2011 (updated Jun 2016)

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Emu Creek Crows Nest

Emu Creek cemetery, Crows Nest Shire


Address: New England Highway, Emu Creek, Crows Nest Shire
Opened: approx. 1899
# graves: ~70

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Monumental inscriptions (interment.net)
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
Crows Nest: Queensland Places
Crows Nest Shire: Queensland Places

Photographed: 5 Nov 2006

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Ettrick Selkirkshire Scotland

Ettrick Kirk, Ettrick, Selkirkshire, Scotland


Address: B709 Ettrick, TD7 5HX Scotland
Opened: approx. 1824 (date of current church, but previous church dated from 1619)
# graves:

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Ettrick and Yarrow Valleys - Ettrick Kirk
Map of Ettrick Kirk
Ettrickbridge (Kirkhope) Church , Woodend Road
Undiscovered Scotland - Ettrick
Ettrick KirkA
Find a Grave - Ettrick Churchyard
Borders Family History Society - Ettrick
Gazetteer for Scotland - Parish of Ettrick
GENUKI - Etrick

Photographed: 2001

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Eucla Telegraph Station WA

Eucla Telegraph Station, WA


Address: under sand 300m west of Eucla Telegraph Station. Some headstones were recovered and placed in the museum near the Travellers Cross
Opened: approx. 1875
# graves:
moved to Museum from encroaching sand 1950-1987

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Eucla Telegraph Station

Photographed: Nov 2007 (recovered ones in museum)

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Eucla Travellers Cross WA

Travellers Cross, Eucla, WA


Address: Eucla
Opened: approx. 1969
# graves: 6

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Eucla: Wikipedia
Monument Australia: Eucla Travellers Cross
Facebook: Travellers Cross
Billion Graves
Paula's Wandering Australia

Photographed: Nov 2007

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Eumundi

Eumundi cemetery, Sunshine Coast regional council


Address: Cnr Bunya Road and Golden Rain Lane, North Arm
Opened: 1891
# graves:

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Sunshine Coast regional council - cemeteries
Stories fro m Early Nambour

Photographed: Jun 2010

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Euston NSW

Euston, NSW


Address: cnr of Nixon Street & Cowper Street
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

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Australian Cemeteries - Euston Cemetery
Euston-Robinvale Historical Society Inc
Wikipedia: Euston, New South Wales

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Evergreen Peranga Rosalie

Evergreen / Peranga, Rosalie shire


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

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cemeteries of the Darling Downs - Evergreen
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)

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Exmouth WA

Exmouth, WA


Address: 22 Maidstone Crescent. Exmouth WA
Opened: approx. 1965
# graves:

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Exmouth Public Cemetery Guide
Exmouth: Wikipedia

Photographed: Sep 2009

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Fassifern Boonah

Fassifern Pioneer Cemetery


Address: Muller Rd?, Fassifern Reserve, Fassifern, Boonah Shire
Opened: 1855
# graves: 3
This may be the cemetery described as Fassifern Homestead in GSQ list.

From description at the cemetery

To Honour the pioneers of the past who built the prosperous present. The beautiful and fertile district of Fassifern was discovered by Captain Patrick Logan on 10 June 1927. The early roads and halting places between Moreton Bay and the Darling Downs through Cunninghams Gap (1828) and by the old Warwick Road through Spicer's gap (1847) were vital to settlement. A bush inn was built here in 1848 on the site of what was the town of Fassifern.
This pioneer cemetery adjoined the bush and here the boonah shire preserves the memory of the days and steadfast men and women of those early days.
The Royal Historical Society of Queensland and the Boonah Shire Council.

Alexander BALBI

Died in 1867.
He was the Inn keeper at the "Half-way" house at Clumber, which is towards the base of Spicers Gap in the range.

The Mercer Child

Died in 1855.
She was the daughter of the inn-keeper at the "Bush-Inn" (200 yards further up this hill). She got drowned in floodtime in the nearby creek.

Anders Nielsen

Died in 1857.
He died from appendicitis, the creeks were flooded, so he was unable to get help. He lived on the hill nearby, to the west.

Allan Cunningham passed this way when he crossed the range and discovered the Darling Downs. In the early years after that discovery, the road to the Downs passed through Spicers Gap, not Cunninghams Gap as it does today.
The township of "Fassifern" was planned for this hill in the early 1900s, but the township of Kalbar took it's place, some four miles away.
The Fassifern Receiving Office (Post Office) operated on this hill for many years. Mrs Mavis Kleinhans was one of the last persons in charge of the post-office at it's closure in the early 1950s.



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Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Boonah Shire: Queensland Places

Photographed: 10 Dec 2005

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Fernvale General Cemetery

Fernvale General Cemetery


Address: Fernvale Road, (towards Glamorgan Vale), Esk Shire
(off to south-west on marked side road for about 3km)
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: ~250
More information about
History of Fernvale
Fernvale Cemetery Index
Fernvale Cemetery Index
Queensland Places: Fernvale

Photographed: 2 Jul 2006

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Fingal NSW

Fingal General Cemetery, NSW


Address: Letitia Road, Fingal, NSW AUSTRALIA 6160
Opened: 1864 - 1964
# graves: 13
Fingal Cemetery - In memory of the Aboriginals and Islanders of the Tweed River district 1864 - 1964

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Tweed Council
Aboriginal associations with Fingal Head, N.S.W.
Fight to save Fingal
Cemeteries and crematoria association of NSW - Fingal General

Photographed: May 2010

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Flaxton

Flaxton (Dixons)


Address: 77 Flaxton Mill Rd, Flaxton
Opened: approx. 1927
# graves:

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Sunshine Coast regional council - cemeteries
Stories fro m Early Nambour

Photographed: Jun 2010

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Forest Hill Laidley

Forest Hill, Lockyer Valley Region formerly Laidley Shire


Address: Gatton Laidley Rd, Laidley
(Southern end of Uni of Queensland - Gatton Campus, formerly Gatton Agricultural College, at south-eastern end of airstrip. Gatton/Laidley shire boundary is very near.)
Opened: approx. 1908
# graves: 173

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Rienecker grave after repair
Laidley Shire Council : Forest Hill
Laidley heritage
Kowalski property
Queensland Places: Forest Hill
Wikipedia: Forest Hill, Queensland

Photographed: 6 Aug 2006

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Forest Hill Laidley/Kowalsky

Kowalsky property, Forest Hill, Laidley Shire


Address: Ridge top from Ropeley Road, Blenhelm to Forest Hill
Photographed: May 2006

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Carl & Maria RIENECKER gravestone Forest Hill Cemetery College View Gatton

Photographed by Gregory Palmer or Sharyn, 15 Mar 2014.
Photos supplied by Cheryl Jaques

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  • 1964.1110 Carl and Maria RIENECKER gravestone Forest Hill Cemetery College View Gatton.PNG

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Fowlers Bay SA

Fowlers Bay, SA


Address:
Opened: approx 1905
# graves: ~10
on a slight rise in middle of swamp

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Australian Cemeteries - Fowlers Bay
Wikipedia - Fowlers Bay
Fowlers Bay Cemetery

Photographed: Nov 2007

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Francis Lookout Corinda cemetery Brisbane

Francis Lookout burial ground, Corinda, Brisbane

A private burial ground established by the Francis family.

Address: Corner Francis Street and Dewar Terrace, Corinda (Brisbane)
Opened: 1862
# graves: 10

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Heritage
Map
Book: Francis Outlook Dewar Terrace, Corinda : conservation study.
Publisher: Ivan McDonald Architects, Pub Date: 1993.
(Find it in the catalog at the Brisbane City Council library (cat # 994.31 FRA))

Photographed: Saturday 2 April 2005

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Fremantle WA

Fremantle, WA


Address:
Opened:
# graves: huge

Contains the grave of late AC/DC frontman Bon Scott

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FREMANTLE CEMETERY
Name search
Wikipedia : Fremantle Cemetery

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Gawler St George SA

St George C/E Cemetery, Gawler, SA


Address: Cheek St
Opened: 1861
# graves: hundreds

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Australian Cemeteries - St. George C/E Cemetery
Wikipedia: Gawler, South Australia

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Geraldton Old WA

Old Geraldton Cemetery, WA


Address: (only saw the transcripts in the museum).
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

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Geraldton Family History Society (was http://members.westnet.com.au/gfhs/)
Geraldton Family History Society - Midwest Cemeteries (no longer reachable at http://members.westnet.com.au/gfhs/Cemeteries/menu.htm)
Geraldton cemetery board

Photographed: Sep 2009

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Geurie NSW

Geurie, NSW


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: ~200 in what appears to be sections. Many are grouped by one name.

off main road a bit, large allocated space with stands of trees in the area.

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On Australian Cemeteries
Wikipedia: Geurie, New South Wales

Photographed: Incomplete (Dec-2007)

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Gheerulla Maroochy

Gheerulla, Sunshine Coast Regional Council (formerly Maroochy Shire)


Address: Moy Pocket Road, Gheerulla, Maroochy Shire
Opened: 1907
# graves: ~140

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Cemetery records of Gheerulla Cemetery, in Maroochy Shire, Queensland, Australia

Gheerulla Cemetery. Est. 1907. Online data

Maroochy Shire Cemeteries

Sunshine Coust Council - cemeteries

George Bond Photographic Collection : Queensland Family History

Queensland Cemetery Record Series (From Genealogical Society of Qld)

History of Gheerulla (formerly known as Yahoo Creek)

Historical map of Brisbane Valley

Gheerulla community website includes an excellent coverage of the cemetery.

There are also a number of other new burial sites - currently without headstones

Row 6, Plot 1 Gregory Thomas Woods
Row 6 Plot 2 Colin Loweke
Row 4 Plot 32 Coral Janet Welch
Row 5 Plot 8 Elva Mary Stewart

Photographed: 30 Sep 2006

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Gin Gin

Gin Gin, Bundaberg Region


Address: Cemetery Road, Gin Gin
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Bundaberg Regional Council - Cemeteries


Find a grave - Gin Gin
Gould Genealology and History - Queensland Cemetery Series: Gin Gin Cemetery Headstones 1890-2009
Commonwealth War Graves Commission - Gin Gin Photographed: Feb 2011 (incomplete)

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Glamorganvale

Glamorgan Vale, Esk Shire


Address: Fernvale Road, at T intersection near Glamorgan Vale (UBD170-L6)
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: 100-150
Land gifted by Dwyers in 1880.
More information about
Descendants of Isaac Adsett
History of Glamorganvale (archived copy)
Brisbane Valley towns (archived copy)
Queensland Places: Fernvale

Photographed: July 2005

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Glenarbon

Glenarbon, St Paul's Lutheran Church, Goondiwindi Region


Address: Glenarbon Church Road, Glenarbon.
Off the Texas-Yelarbon Road.A
Opened: 1959
# graves: 2
The nearest large town is Texas. The NSW border is near, formed by the Dumaresq River.

More information :


Wikipedia: Glenarbon, Queensland
Asutralias Guide> Glenarbon

Photographed: Jul 2019

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Glencoe Rosalie Shire

Glencoe Bethlehem Lutheran cemetery, Rosalie Shire


Address: 317 Gowrie-Glencoe Road , Glencoe Qld
Opened: approx. 1888
# graves:

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Queensland Places: Glencoe
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)
Bethlehem Lutheran Church Glencoe
Wikipedia: Glencoe, Queensland
Gravestone Photographic Resource (GPR) : Bethlehem Lutheran's Church burial ground, Glencoe, Queensland, Australia

Photographed: April 2007

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Gleneagle Beaudesert

Gleneagle Roman Catholic, Beaudesert Shire


Address: Gleneagle, Mount Lindesay Highway, Beaudesert
Entrance is directly off highway just south of town
Opened: approx. 1889
# graves: ~650

Gleneagle was known as Townsvale. In 1863, Towns and Co established the first commercial cotton field. Townsvale covered the area that today is Gleneagle and Veresdale.

There was a church building at the site of the cemetery. The building is now part of the O'Reilly guest house complex. It was St Joseph's.

Schools in the area

  • Gleneagle 1891 - present
  • Brooklands 1910 - 1965

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Waterford West Catholic Cemetery (no longer in existence . some graves relocated to Gleneagle)
(from Logan) relocating graves which had headstones to Gleneagle near Beaudesert
Warterford R.C. cemetery
Logan Reserve Irish Catholic Cemetery
Flesser family
Men of the 42nd Battalion AIF War Graves
Gleneagle School history
Glen Eagle cemetery headstones
place name - Gleneagle and the railway station with a more interesting narrative
Gleneagle State School Admissions
Brooklands State School Admissions
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
A Brief History of Logan
Queensland Places: Gleneagle

Photographed: 1 Apr 2006

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Glengallan Station Southern Downs Region

Glengallan Station, Southern Downs Region


Address: 18515 New England Highway, Warwick QLD 4370
Opened: 1872
# graves: 0
  • William Bartlett/Bartley (aka Thomas or Tom) d: 8 Mar 1872 aged 47

More information about
Glengallan Homestead and Heritage Centre
Wikipedia: Glengallan Homestead
Grass Dukes and Shepherd Kings
Queensland Historical Atlas: Glengallan Homestead, Warwick, 1974
Ipswich City Council: Founding Fathers of Ipswich Pre 1900

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Gods Acre Archerfield Brisbane

God's Acre Cemetery, Archerfield, Brisbane


Address: Beatty Road, Archerfield, Brisbane, Qld
From the Mt Lindesey Hwy going South from Brisbane take Boundary Rd right turn and then into Beatty Rd left, the cemetery is located between, Kerry and Mortimer Rds in front of the airfield.
Opened: approx. 1859
# graves: ~80
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Photographed: 24 Apr 2005

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Goodna General Cemetery

Goodna General Cemetery, Ipswich City


Address: Stuart Road, Goodna
This is a very active cemetery with a distinction between the older and newer sections. Our initial set of photos cover older graves. Mostly we included graves from before 1950. We estimate this to be approximately 25% of the cemetery.
This does note include any of the memorials in the Heritage Park Crematorium which occupies the north-eastern corner.
Opened: approx. 1859
More information about Ghosts in Goodna Cemetery

History. : The first recorded burial in this cemetery was in November 1873, but there are believed to have been 29 earlier burials. There are now around 1000 graves and a Crematorium has also been built on part of the 10ha site.

The Descendants of Mary Adsett

Goodna Presbyterian Church Demolished May 2006

interment.net - Goodna Cemetery Goodna, Ipswich Shire, Queensland, Australia

Photographed: 7 May 2005

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Goombungee Haden Rosalie Shire

Goombungee (Haden) cemetery


Address: Cemetery Rd. (5km north of Goombungee towards Haden)
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Haden Historical Park
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
St Matthew's Lutheran Church - Goombungee
Goombungee Wesleyan Methodist Church
History of Rosalie Shire
Goombungee State School History
Places to visit - Goombungee
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)

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Goombungee Haden Rosalie Shire/Haden Historical Park

Historical Park - Haden, Rosalie Shire


Address: Haden, Rosalie Shire

More information about
Wikipedia: Haden, Queensland

Photographed: 10 Dec 2006

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Goomeri Kilkivan

Goomeri cemetery, (formerly Kilkivan Shire) Gympie Regional Council


Address: 94 Goomeri West Road, Goomeri
Opened: about 1914
# photos: 529

More information about
Goomeri cemetery on interment.net
Goomeri Cemetery Graham Hatton Mitchell
Encyclopedia > Goomeri, Queensland
Wikipedia, Goomeri, Queensland
Queensland Places: Goomeri

Photographed: 28 Jan 2008

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Goondiwindi

Goondiwindi


Address: cnr Cemetery Road and Cemetery Lane, Goondiwindi
Opened: earliest 1911 that we saw
# graves: few thousand old, new, lawn beam, war memorial

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wikipedia Goondiwindi

Photographed: Incomplete Nov 2007

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Gordon SA

Gordon Cemetery, Flinders Ranges, South Australia


Address: in the middle of a field
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: ~12

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Gordon
Australian Cemeteries - Gordon SA

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Gracemere

Gracemere


Address: Corner Fisher and Bland Streets, Gracemere
Opened: 1897 or 1922
# graves: ~750

More information about
Rockhampton Region burial indexes
find a grave - Gracemere cemetery
Billion graves - Gracemere cemetery
Australian Cemeteries - Rockhampton
Rockhampton Region - Gracemere Cemetery
Australian Cemeteries Index - Gracemere
Australian Cemeteries - Gracemere

Photographed: 2002 (partial)

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Grandchester Cemetery Ipswich

Grandchester Cemetery, Ipswich


Address: Sippels Road, Grandchester, (Ipswich City)
south of town off the road to Mount Mort. (Possibly also accessed via Cemetery Road)
Opened: 1896
# graves: approx 93
Grandchester was originally called Bigges' Camp after two brothers who settled in the Brisbane Valley in the first great rush for land by free settlers in the 1840s. These were Frederick and Francis Bigge, nephews of Commissioner Bigge. Frederick was known as 'Big'Bigge and Francis as 'Little' Bigge.
The first railway line to be built in Queensland ran from Ipswish to Bigges' Camp. It was opened 31 July, 1865. Governor Bowen thought that the terminus of such an historic railway should have a more dignified name so made up a name from grandis meaning great or big, and chester meaning camp.

More information about
Country Churches and Cemeteryis (Ipswich city council)
Rosewood and District, Then and Now
Grandchester war memorial
Grandchester history (by the State School)
about Grandchester
Grandchester | Queensland Places

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Greenmount Cambooya

Greenmount cemetery, Cambooya Shire


Address: Cemetery Rd, off Greenmount Connection Road, Greenmount
Opened: 1897 -
# graves: ~150

More information about
Interment.net - Greenmount Cemetery Cambooya Shire
Queensland Places: Greenmount
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)

Photographed: 8 Apr 2007

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Greenough Pioneer WA

Greenough Pioneer, WA


Address: Old Brand Highway, Greenough, WA
Opened: 1853 (1860?) - 1981
# graves: 200

(From the information sign) Whilst Nhanhagardi/Wilunyu people have been buried in this region for thousands of years, there are no known permanent markers to locate their burial sites.
The first recorded European burial at Greenough took place in April 1857. It is likely that 5-month old Elizabeth Lintott was buried near her parent's home. It was not until 1860 that a cemetery was proclaimed as a public burial site on the Greenough Flats.
The Greenough Cemetery cpnsisted of four cemeteries reserved for the separate use of Anglicans, Wesylans, Congregationalists (not used) and Roman Catholics. There were also smaller public cemeteries at Old Walkaway and Bootenal.
The last person to be buried in this cemetery was Bernard Clinch, in September 1974.
Although the Greenough Cemetery was closed for burials on 30th Jan 1981, Edith Clinch's ashes were placed in the grave of her husband, Bernard, in 1989.
The following list of names are of those whom are known to be interred at the Greenough Cemetery. Please note that the number following each name refers to the Grave Location as per map provided. It is not an indication of age at time of death.
Sign design and graphics by Dan and Christy Gentle. Historical research by Gary Martin.

More information about
Greenough Pioneer Cemetery Burials transcription from sign at cemetery
Greenough district
[ozgenonline] Greenough Pioneer Cemetery Index
Greenough/Walkway Heritage Trail
Greenough cemetery photo listing - Geraldton Family History Society
register of heritage places - Greenough Pioneer Cemetery
Maley Family of Greenough
[SMH] Greenough and places to see
Headstone Transcription - Greenough
[cpedia] Greenough cemetery

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Greenwood Rosalie Shire

Greenwood St Pauls Lutheran cemetery, Rosalie Shire


Address: Ackland-Silverleigh Road, Greenwood, Rosalie Shire
Opened: approx. 1899
# graves: ~120

More information about
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)

Photographed: April 2007

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Grovely Anglican cemetery Brisbane

Grovely (Anglican) cemetery, Brisbane

This cemetery is in the grounds of St Matthews Anglican church.


Address: Church Road, Grovely (Brisbane, Queensland)
Opened: 1869
# graves: ~370
See also:
Anglican records and archive for Grovely
St Matthews Anglican Church
Queensland Places: Grovely

Photographed: Sunday 3 April 2005 and Saturday 23 April 2005

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Grytviken South Georgia Island

Grytviken, South Georgia Island


Address: Grytviken, South Georgia Island
Opened: approx. 1902
# graves: ~20

Grytviken was a whaling station on South Georgia Island (South Atlantic). Most of the gravestones have Norwegian names, as most whalers were Norwegian.

Shackleton was very famous and memorial plaques were set from all over the world to affix to his tombstone. Alas there were too many and most had to be placed in the church.

The cross at the top of the hill is of a german Sailor.

The church of Grytviken is/was being restored by the British troops on the island in their spare time.

More formally this is the Norwegian Lutheran Church Cemetery.

More information about
Wikipedia: Grytviken
Wikipedia: Norwegian Lutheran Church (Grytviken)
wikivoyage" Grytviken
Wildisland: South Georgia's Cemeteries
Find A grave: Norwegian Lutheran Church Cemetery
The spirit of Maswon : Shackleton’s Gravestone, Grytviken, South Georgia
A Whisky Toast to Ernest Shackleton’s Life, Grytviken.

Photographed: 1 Dec 1996

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Gympie first

Gympie Pioneer cemetery (Andrew Fisher Memorial Park, Tozer Park Cemetery)


Address: Tozer Park Rd, GympieTozer Park Rd, Gympie
Opened: 1869, closed 1885
# graves: 1 (remaining), 63 headstones relocated to present cemetery, 1722 interments.

From Gympie region web site
On December 1, 1869 Mr John Priddy was appointed as Gympie’s first sexton, having won the position from forty applicants. The burial ground was situated in Tozer Park Road at this time. A burial register was also started then, although some burials had already taken place. The first burial recorded by the new sexton was that of a child, two month old William Henry Cronin, buried on December 5, 1869. The Tozer Park Burial ground was formally closed in November 1886. (Source: Gympie Cemetery Trust) In some older records, this cemetery is called the Gympie General Cemetery. Over 63 historical headstones (no burials) from the Pioneer Cemetery were relocated to a special area at the Gympie Cemetery. It is unknown what became of the remaining 1000+ markers, although some may have been used as fill on the site. One headstone remains – that of Annie Everett, with a plaque on it.

More information about
wikipedia - Gympie Cemetery
Gympie Cemetery Trust
Ewanida Rail Records - Pioneer Cemetery (Tozer Park Cemetery)
Gympie region cemeteries

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Haigslea Lawn Cemetery Ipswich

Haigslea Lawn Cemetery, Ipswich


Address: Haigslea Cemetery Road, Near Warrego Highway, Haigslea, Ipswich (UBD 170 Q-20)
Opened: approx. 1862
# graves: ~250
Photographed: Sep 2005
More information about
German settlement in rosewood scrub available as a book from Rosewood Scrub Historical Society
Lockyer Valley's Churches
Historical Hotels of the Country Towns of Ipswich
Queensland place names changed from German names
Queensland Places: Walloon
An Account of the German Baptist Church History in Queensland

Haigslea

The school was opened, 5 July, 1875, as the Walloon Scrub State School, but nine years later it was given the German name of Kichheim This reflected the national origin of many of the district's settlers. However it was changed during the First World War when anti-German sentiment ran high to Haigslea after Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army fighting against the Germans.


While new graves seem to be lawn graves, this has many headstones too. (From information sign at cemetery)

Haigslea Lawn Cemetery

1862

Also known as "Walloon Scrub cemetery", "Kircheim Cemetery", "Kirchheiner Cemetery" and "Walloon Cemetery", the land was donated to the adjoining Lutheran Church by Mr W H Loose. The cemetery remained under control of the Lutheran Church until a Cemetery Trust was formed in 1913.

The Queensland Government Gazette announced an "Order in council on the 9th day of May, 1918" that set aside land as a permanent reserve for a cemetery. "Kirchheiner Cemetery" as it was then known also became known as "Haigslea Cemetery" and was placed 'under control of Johann Koch, John Henry Claus, Ernest Schubel, Harry Heiner and George Henry Siemon. Burials in the ""Kirchheiner" Cemetery occurred during the period from September 1916 to August 1959.

In 1959 the Moreton Shire Council (now Ipswich City Council) was appointed as trustee and at the Health and Community Services meeting held on the 25th September 1990, the cemetery was renamed "Haigslen Lawn Cemetery".

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Photographed: 11 Sep 2005

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Hamilton

St Augustine's Anglican, Hamilton, Brisbane


Address: 56 Racecourse Road, Hamilton, Brisbane
Opened: approx. 1976
# graves: approx 70 memorials

Inside the columbarium chapel are 3000-4000 plaques. Our equipment is not able handle the low lighting levels and distances to the ceiling level.
More information about
Stained glasswork in St Augustines, and more.
Saga of the Roman bell

Photographed: 11 Feb 2006 (outside)

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Harlin General

Harlin General Cemetery


Address: Harlin locality, opposite T-intersection with Turtle Creek Road, east of highway. adjacent to railway (South) crossing point of highway. Esk Shire.
Opened: approx. 1918
# graves: 2
More information about
History of Harlin (cached)
find-a-grave: Harlin General Cemetery

Photographed: 11 Dec 2005

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Harrisville

Harrisville, Scenic Rim Region

(formerly Boonah or Ipswich (as both had it listed))
Address: Rosevale Peak Crossing Road, East of Harrisville towards Peak Crossing. (Harrisville-Peak Crossing Road?)
Opened: 1875 (1867?)
# graves: 719
Harrisville was originally known as Normanby Reserve [ref].

More information about
CEMETERIES OF THE DARLING DOWNS AND BEYOND (cached copy of index).
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
German Baptist Churches in Queensland
Local Histories of the Fassifern Valley and Rosewood Scrub
Wiki: Charles Chauvel.
Harrisville & Normanby Shire: Queensland Places
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
An Account of the German Baptist Church History in Queensland

Burial register indexed GSQ 1962 QLD 820 307.

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Harveys Return Lightkeepers Kangaroo Island SA

Harvey's Return Lightkeepers, (Cape Borda Lighthouse), Kangaroo Island, SA


Address: On the road to Cape Borda Lighthouse a couple of km from the end. The cemetery is just off the road. There is a bush track leading north to the sea where the supplies were landed for the lighthouse (Harvey's Return).
Opened: Sep-1858
# graves: 16

More information about
Kangaroo Island Lighthouses
SA Gen Web cemeteries project - Harvey's Return
Lighthouses of South Australia - Cape Borda
[ozburials.com - Cape Borda Cemetery Kangaroo Island
Cape Borda Lighthouse Cemetery
Susan Marsden, A short history of Kangaroo Island

Photographed: Dec 2011

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HattonVale Apostolic Church

Hatton Vale Apostolic Church Old Cemetery


Address: Niemeyers Road, near Warrego Highway, Hatton Vale (adjacent Apostolic cathedral), Laidley area of Lockyer Valley Region
Opened: church (about 1885?), old cemetery (about 1900), current (?)
# graves: old (20)
More information about
Apostolic Church of Queensland
Cathedral has occupied the site for more than 120 years (relative to 2005).
German (in Australia) chronology 1870 - 1889
discussion on Apostolic Church
ZISCHKE Family
Historical map of Brisbane Valley
Wikipedia: Hatton Vale

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HattonVale Lutheran Church

St Paul's Lutheran Church cemetery, Hatton Vale, Laidley Shire


Address: ~100m from Warrego Highway on road to Summerholm, Laidley area of Lockyer Valley Region
Opened: approx. 1881
# graves: 100-150
St Paul's Lutheran church was on this site from 1881 until 1985
More information about
From Hohenselchow to Queensland (archived)
Historical map of Brisbane Valley
Wikipedia: Hatton Vale

Photographed: 17 July 2005

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Hatton Vale old

Hatton Vale Apostolic Church Old Cemetery


Address: Niemeyers Road, near Warrego Highway, Hatton Vale (adjacent Apostolic cathedral), Laidley area of Lockyer Valley Region
Opened: church (about 1885?), old cemetery (about 1900), current (?)
# graves: old (20)
More information about
Apostolic Church of Queensland
Cathedral has occupied the site for more than 120 years (relative to 2005).
German (in Australia) chronology 1870 - 1889
discussion on Apostolic Church
ZISCHKE Family
Historical map of Brisbane Valley
Wikipedia: Hatton Vale

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Headington Hill Toowoomba

St Peter's Lutheran - Headington Hill cemetery


Address: Carey Road, Headington Hill
Opened: approx. 1904
# graves: 3

More information about
Australian Cemeteries Index - Headington Hill Lutheran Cemetery
geocache - Headington Hill

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Hebel Balonne Shire

Hebel Cemetery, Balonne Shire, Queensland


Address: Hebel
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: not tiny, not huge

More information about
Australian Cemeteries Index

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Helidon Catholic

Helidon Catholic Cemetery


Address: Helidon Dip Rd, Helidon
Opened: approx. 1883
# graves: ~400

More information about
Helidon map
St Joseph's Parish (Helidon)
Lockyer Valley Towns, villages and hamlets
Sarah BELL
Wikipedia: Helidon, Queensland
Ancestry link for Mary HONAN's death certificate

Photographed: 8 Jul 2006

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Helidon General

Helidon General, Gatton Shire


Address: Cemetery Road, Helidon
Opened: approx. ~1881
# graves: ~500

More information about
Helidon map
St Joseph's Parish (Helidon)
Lockyer Valley Towns, villages and hamlets
Transcriptions and photos from Helidon General Cemetery from Elaine Smith
Wikipedia: Helidon, Queensland

Photographed: 1-Jan-2007

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Hemmant Brisbane

Hemmant cemetery and crematorium


Address: Hemmant and Tingalpa Rd, Hemmant
Opened: 1875
# graves:

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Brisbane City Council - Hemmant Cemetery

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Herberton

Herberton, Tablelands Region


Address: Syme Road, Herberton, QLD 4887
Opened: 1886
# graves: ~2000

More information :


Tablelands regional council: Herberton Cemetery
Herberton community website: Herberton cemetery including headstone images, historical death records and cemetery database 1886-2012
Original Herberton cemetery in Rose Lane
Herberton community website: Rose Lane Cemetery
Find-a-grave: Herberton General Cemetery
BillionGraves: Herberton
Australian Cemeteries Index - Herberton
Commonwealth war graves - Herberton
Myra's place: Herberton
Australian cemeteries
Cairns Family History: Double commemoration at Herberton Cemetery
Facebook
Aussie Towns : Herberton
Burial register to 2017
Book reference at Nation Library Australia: Herberton Shire : Herberton cemetery index / compiled by Cairns and District Family History Society Inc.

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Herberton pioneer Rose lane

Herberton Pioneer, Tablelands Region


Address: Rose Lane, Herberton, QLD 4887
Opened: 1880, Closed: 1885
# graves: 36

More information :


Believed to be buried in Rose Lane Cemetery
transcriptions of notice board in cemetery
Herberton community website: Rose Lane Cemetery
Greg Davis - Rose Lane Cemetery and "A little known cemetery in Herberton"
Introduction to Rose Lane Cemetery at Herberton
Herberton cemetery
Historical Australian Towns: Herberton: A Quaint Town With a beautiful Temperate Climate

Photographed: Aug 2016

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Highfields Baptist Crows Nest

Highfields Baptist cemetery, Crows Nest Shire


Address: 20 Kuhls Road, Highfields
Opened: approx. 1882?
# graves: ~50

The original baptist church building was moved the Crows Nest Folk Museum.

More information about
History - Highfields
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
An Account of the German Baptist Church History in Queensland
Crows Nest: Queensland Places
Crows Nest Shire: Queensland Places

Photographed: 22 Apr 2007

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Hodgson maranoa region

Howard Hervey Bay

Howard cemetery, City of Hervey Bay


Address: Cemetery Road, Howard
Opened: approx. 1876
# photos: 895

More information about
Howard - Boxatrix
Howard - Wikipedia
Howard: Place to Visit
Howard - Sydney Morning Herald"
History of Howard Power Station

Photographed: 27 Jan 2008

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Hoya Boonah Baptist

Hoya / Boonah Baptist Cemetery


Address: Red Bridge Road, Hoya
Opened: 1894
# graves: ~8

More information about
German Baptist Churches in Queensland
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
An Account of the German Baptist Church History in Queensland

Photographed: 9-Apr-2006

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Hoya Lutheran Boonah

Hoya Lutheran Cemetery, Boonah


Address: Podlich Road, Hoya, Boonah Shire
Opened: approx. 1882 - 1964
# graves: ~80
More information about Hoya Lutheran Cemetery:

The Hoya Lutheran Church is believed to have been originally located near the cemetery, but was relocated to Boonah Showgrounds.
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Fassifern Lutheran Churches history
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 11 March 2006

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Hughenden

Hughenden old

Iceland Reydarfjordur church

Inglewood

Ingoldsby Lutheran

Ingoldsby Lutheran (Church) cemetery, Lockyer Valley Region formerly Gatton Shire


Address: On Ingoldsby Road, on Western side of road, just north of Goulds Road, Ingoldsby.
Opened: approx. 1900
# graves: 40 (photos)

There is no longer a church building on the site.

Ingoldsby was previously known by the German name 'Hessenburg'.

[from "The early history of Ingoldsby / Graham Giles (1972)]
First settlement of the Ingoldsby district was in late 1870s/1880s. Predominantly German, also English, Welsh and Irish.
Originally known as Mudering Gully, from 1840s where as a reprisal against aborigines, shepherds left a poisoned bag of flour for the tribe, and many died.
Also known as Wonga Creek, and name changed to Hessenburg around 1894- 1897. Name changed again to Ingoldsby in 1917.

Ingoldsby Lutheran was built before 1894. In 1972 the building was removed to Ipswich for use of the church there. Other religions included Roman Catholic and Church of England. Later Apostolics appeared and attended church in Ropeley.
Ingoldsby state opened in Jun 1894 (delayed because of floods). Originall Hessenburg Provisional School, and renamed Ingoldsby State School June 1917.

More information about
Australian Placenames of German Background
STEINKE, RIENECKER, HAHN and associated families
Wikipedia: Ingoldsy, Queensland

Photographed: 16 Apr 2006

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Injune

Injune old

Ivanhoe

Ivanhoe, Toowoomba Regional Council


Address: corner Millmerran-Owens Scrub Rd and Punchs Creek Road.
(East of Punch's Creek Rd, half way to Kings Grasstree Rd. Cemetery is in bush, look for the gate.)
Opened: approx. 1896
# graves: 7

More information about
Microform: Darling Downs cemeteries (Queensland) [microform]. / compiled by Jan Veacock.
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Ivanhoe is a gazetted place name for that approximate area. Its current status is “unbounded locality” which means it’s a common name for that area but currently an official suburb/locality (which are bounded). The name Ivanhoe is reportedly from a landholding named by Mrs Guppy in 1909.

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Jackson maranoa region

Jandowae Wambo

Jandowae, Wambo shire


Address:
Opened: approx. 1899
# graves:

More information about
JANDOWAE - principal town of Wambo Shire
Wambo - Cemetery trustees
Jandowae - The Dollar Block Town
McNamara family
Commonwealth War Graves Commission - Jandowae Cemetery

Photographed: 27 Jan 2007

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JC ruins Canterbury Barcoo QLD

JC pub ruins, Canterbury, Barcoo Shire, QLD


Address: Canterbury, 80 km west of Windorah.
Opened: approx. 1884?
# graves: 7 JC pub ruins, once part of the township site of Canterbury. Near the abandoned Waverney Station.
Barcoo shire: Windorah
Wikipedia: Canterbury, Queensland
Western Star Hotel: Local attractions
JC Hotel ruins
JC Hotel Ruins - QLD
reference to a photo outside JC Pub, Canterbury 1952, before the roof was removed 1956 leading to destruction.
Exploroz - Birdsville to J C Ruins ('Waverney'), Windorah, Quilpie. and
Canterbury
ehive: Alexander Henry BOWMAN
TROVE: Canterbury 1886
Trove: Article identifier Rockhampton Morning Bulletin: Tue 18 Feb 1930
JOHN COSTELLO.
"Old 'Timer" writes:-Re yours of 13/2/30 in Mr. F. Ord's account of "The West," Mr. Michael Costello's life of John Costello is quite correct. After John Costello sold Cawarral station, he started for the Limmon River with 1500 heifers from Taldora and Mulbinyara. I did the trip with him and his son Michael in 1884. He often told me how the J.C. originated. He cut the J.C. in a tree on the bank of the waterhole while the billy, boiled.

Trove: Article identifier The Northern Miner (Charters Towers) Fri 8 Apr 1938
QUEENSLAND PIONEERS:
John Costello.
(By John E. Bennett )
John Costello was born in Yass N.S.W. almost exactly one hundred years ago. He was the son of Irish immigrants who came out here at the height of the gold rushes. At the age of twenty-five years John Costello came to Queensland as a Western Pioneer taking up land on the Warroo Springs between the Parco and the Warrego. Unfortunately, then, as now, water was scarce in these regions, and John Costello and his family trekked northward s away from the drought and the troublesome natives. But they went from bad to worse. According to Michael Costello, who has told the story of those days, "As he and his party went or the country became drier and drier. Stock got poorer and poorer, and at last, after four months of travel had to be turned back." When the weather broke they started again, with nine men and John Costello's wife, family and parents, with all their cattle and household goods. They took up land on the Bulloo River at the end of that trek and the eldest girl, Mary, was the first white child born on the Bulloo. It was here that the fortune first favoured them. Cattle and horses grew ridiculously fat and the first mob for overlanding was soon ready, John Costello, himself, drove the first mob overland to Adelaide, South west through much the same country as that which had nearly killed Sturt, without the loss of a single beast. Despite the fortune that came to him in his new prosperity, Costello continued his exploratory journeys, seeking always new grazing lands into which to extend his activities, and shortly, the urge to travel set them up on land on Cooper's Creek, where the second daughter, Ellen, shared with her sister the distinction of being a first white baby born in a district. Here they had several brushes with the natives and once Costello was nearly killed. In 1868, depression pervaded the State and Costello took up more land on Cooper's Creek, stocking lightly several stations. Into this district he was followed by several pioneer families, the Tullys, Skehans, Hacketts and Mammonds. He had land on the Diamantina also. Incidentally, a town in the West, referred to by Barcroft Boake, the poet, takes its name from Costello, etching called J.C., from the initials he cut in a tree on an early journey upon the site on which the town later stood. An innocent story has it that the tree marks his grave, but that is not so. The urge to move came upon him again and he sold his western holdings, determined to trek overland to Rockhampton, using wagonettes to carry the gear. They travelled this via Adavale (now Quilpe), Charleville and Roma, whence Costello went ahead to take up two holdings, one near Gladstone, "Annandale," and one near RockHampton, "Cawarrai," which they made their home for some years. Here to their other worries were added dingoes in thousands, which invaded the huts at night and were poisoned in hundreds. Later on he acquired the station known as "Lake Nash", out beyond Cloncurry, whence Cost

Trove: Article identifier The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser (NSW : 1898 - 1952) Fri 16 Mar 1923 Page 5 Vale—John Costello.
Vale— John Costello.
[Contributed.]
They sleep, many of our pioneers, the men who have pushed the vanguard further out and further on, the men who have opened up this wonderful bush land and made the inhabiting of the vast continent a recognised fact, without any recognition of their real worth. We must be a strange people or perhaps like the remark passed by King Henry to the messenger who reported to him the death of Earl Percy— ' I trust I have within my realm five hundred such as he.'
There passed away at his residence, Tocabil, on Sunday, February 25, in the person of Mr John Costello, one whose name is worthy of a place in the annals of this country, not only as an explorer and pioneer, but also as a humanitarian.
Born on his father's cattle run at Yass, New South Wales, nearly 85 years ago, Mr Costello started his early boyhood amongst horses and cattle Of rough exterior and hard knuckles, with a strong and hardy constitution, he was specially fitted by nature to perform the work that he undertook, and to do it well. Starting out in the early sixties to take up land in the unknown and unexplored Cooper's Creek country he camped for a week on the site where Parkes gold rush afterwards broke out. He also travelled over the rich fields of Mt Morgan and Broken Hill on his overland journeys with cattle many years before their great mineral wealth became a reality. To use his own expression ' I was too lazy to stoop down and pick it up.'
To give any details of exploits and adventures, of his exploring expeditions, once finding a supposed permanent water hole dry, and having to push on over a hundred miles through the bush to the neasest water on a knocked up horse, not reaching it till three days days later, with not a drop to drink and under a scorching tropical sun ; of his being five hundred miles from the nearest dwelling ; his food supply giving out; having to get sustenance from reptiles baked in ashes, or anything else that an inhospitable bush could provide ; of his encounters with hostile blacks carrying the marks to his dying day (one in particular being a hole in the top of his head where the skull was knocked in by a missile aimed by a savage), would be too long for an article such as this. On one of his excursions while the black boy was boiling the billy for the midday meal he carved his initials J C. in the bark of a tree. Tears afterwards other bushmen were expioring, thinking they were the first white men there, discovered the tree, and all kinds of conjectures arose. It is memorised in Barcroft Boake's Poetical Works
The following two verses are an extract :
Hands white without a blot,
Told us that he was not
One of the ' vulgar.'
What can those cyphers be
Two only, J and C,
Carved in agony
Deep in the mulga.

Now, wind across the grave,
Tuning a sultry stave,
Drearily whistles :
Stirring those branches where
Two silent cyphers stare
Two letters of a prayer :
God's Son's initials.

At the J. C. there now stands a flourishing township named Canterbury.
The funeral took place on Monday 26th February, and his body now rests in the R. C. portion of Hillston cemetery. R I P.

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Jimbour Station Wambo

Jimbour Station, Jimbour, Wambo shire


Address: 1 east of Jimbour
Opened: approx. 1881
# graves:

More information about
Jimbour station (winery and historical station)
Jimbour - historic pasture
Outback tourism - Jimbour station
Jerry Jerome - stockman and boxer
Qld govt - wineries - Jimbour station
Qld holidays - Jimbour
windmill at Jimbour station and Southern Cross windmills
Jimbour Station homestead and gardens.
Dalby Wambo Region
Henry Dennis - An Adaptable Irishman
dry stone wall at Jimbour was most likely constructed in the 1870s as a barrier fence
Sir Joshua Bell

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John Nevell Beaudesert

John Nevell Memorial Park, Chambers Flat, Beaudesert


Address: Kirk Road corner Anzac Ave, Chambers Flat, Beaudesert
Opened: approx. 2000
# graves: 1
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Jondaryan Jondaryan

Jondaryan cemetery, Jondaryan Shire


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: ~350

More information about
Jondaryan Woolshed : a living museum of Australia's wool heritage

Photographed: 8 Apr 2007

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Jundah

Kalbar Baptist

Engelsburg Baptist Cemetery, Kalbar, Boonah Shire


Address: 1km East of Kalbar on Teviotville/Roadvale Rd (Near Edward Street)
Opened: 1885 - 1919 (Church 1875)
# graves: 79
More information about
Church records for Engelsburg Baptist Cemetery [assistance with the translation would be appreciated]
The National Guide to Australian Baptist Historical Resources and Services
Ipswich library Local History Resources
THE FAMILY TREES OF ROBIN AND PATRICIA POOLE
Coleyville, Engelsburg (Kalbar), Boonah and Highfields Baptist Cemeteries (Queensland)
Queensland place names changed from German names
German Baptists in Australia
Engelburg Baptist Church Nov 190?
Local Histories of the Fassifern Valley and Rosewood Scrub
An Account of the German Baptist Church History in Queensland
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
Engelsburg is sometimes spelt Englesburg.

Genealogical Society of Queensland GSQ have records (ref QLD 820 310). This is referred to as Teviotville cemetery. GSQ index of the burial register (1994). There are records of disused baptist cemetery, off Edward st, Kalbar There is a copy of records and transcription plus translation.

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Kalbar Baptist/www.bwa baptist heritage.org

Kalbar Catholic

Kalbar Catholic Cemetery, Boonah Shire


Address: 1 km South of town, on George St.
Opened: 1888
# graves: 71 (photos), 107 burials
More information about
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 26 Nov 2005

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Kalbar General

Kalbar General Cemetery, Boonah Shire


Address: 2km North of Kalbar on Peak Crossing Road
Opened: approx. 1921
# graves: 662
More information about
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 10 Dec 2005

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Kalbar Lutheran

St John's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Kalbar, Boonah Shire


Address: 2km east of Kalbar on Teviotville Rd, Kalbar Qld 4309
Opened: 1890
# graves: 127

Engelsburg was renamed to Kalbar because of ill feeling towards German names.
More information about
Kalbar Lutheran Cemetery Registers
Fassifern Lutheran Church History
St John's Lutheran Church - Kalbar
Australasia Church Albums - St John's Lutheran Church, Kalbar, QLD
CHURCH PHOTOS FOR KALBAR, QLD
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH KALBAR
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries

Photographed: 26 Nov 2005

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Kalbar Methodist

Engelsburg Pioneer Methodist Cemetery, Kalbar, Boonah Shire


Address: 500m north of town on Peak Crossing road, just past Kalbah connection road.
Opened: approx. 1893 - 1950
# graves: 79
More information about
Margaret ANDERSON
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 26 Nov 2005

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Kalbar Old Lutheran

Kalbar Old Lutheran (St Mark's) - Domjahn's Church, Boonah Shire


Address: Old Kalbar Road, Kalbar
Opened: 1881
# graves: 51

More information about
Kalbar Lutheran Cemetery Registers
Fassifern Lutheran Church History
index to a book written in 1938 by Pastor FO Theile titled - One Hundred Years of the Lutheran Church in Queensland, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5.
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 9 Apr 2006

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Kalbar Salvation Army

Kalbar Salvation Army Church Cemetery, Boonah Shire


Address: in town, 200m south of centre, on George St.
Opened: 1890 - 1901
# graves: 2
More information about
The Salvation Army - Archives and Heritage Museum
Salvation Army Churches in South Queensland
SALVATION ARMY CHURCH, KALBAR
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 26 Nov 2005

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Kandanga Cooloola

Kandanga, Cooloola Shire


Address: mani Mary Valley Road, near Kandanga.
Opened: bef 1906
# graves: ~250

More information about
List of burials
Interment.net - Kandanga Cemetery Cooloola Shire, Queensland, Australia
Gympie Family History - Master Index (includes Kandanga Cemetery Qld) Cooloola shire Cemeteries
Beatties relative buried in Kandanga Cemetry Ewanida Rail Records
Mould family
QFHS series - George Bond Photographic Collection, Qld cemetery series, QLD school pupil's index
question to minister for Transport and Regional services
Historical map of Brisbane Valley

Photographed: 30 Sep 2006

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KangarooPoint StMarys Anglican

St Mary's Anglican Church, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane


Address: 455 Main St, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane
Opened: approx. 1873
# graves: ~170
More information about
St Mary's Home Page
St Mary's History
Cultural Heritage buildings assessments including St Mary's Anglican Church
Susan Marsden, A short history of Kangaroo Island

Photographed: 18 Sep 2005 (gardens around church)

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Kanyaka Homestead SA

Kanyaka Homestead, SA


Address: 40 km north of Quorn
Opened: approx. 1857
# graves: 10
Kanyaka was on the old Great Northern Railway.
Hugh Proby (third son of the Earl of Carysfort) established Kanyaka. He died while crossing Willochra Creek and is buried a few kilometers away.

More information about
Kanyaka Homestead (from Images Australia)
Flinders Ranges Research - Kanyaka Homestead
Southern Flinders Ranges, Kanyaka Homestead
Australian Cemeteries
Interpreting South Australia's built and maritime heritage
after a battering from rains
Kanyaka ruins and cemetery - Flinders Ranges attractions
Lazarus's van trip

Photographed: Nov 2007

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Karumba

Kenmore Anglican

Kenmore-Brookfield Anglican, Brisbane


Address: Moggill Road, Kenmore
Opened: after 1892?????
More information about

Photographed: 8 Oct 2005

More info:
The History of the Church of England in Queensland. Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd
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Kerry St Johns

St John's Catholic, Kerry


Address: Kerry Road, Kerry, Beaudesert Shire
Opened: approx. 18xx
# photos: 193
More information about
In 1908 the original church at St Mary's (at Beaudesert) was shifted to Kerry.
Kerry (St John's)
South Beaudesert Tourist Drive
Historic cemeteries of Beaudesert shire
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

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Kilcoy Cemetery

Kilcoy Cemetery


Address: D'Aguilar Highway, Kilcoy. (just west of town).
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: approx 1500
More information about
Kilcoy Shire Council

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Kilkivan Kilkivan

Kilkivan cemetery, Kilkivan Shire (Now Gympie Regional Council)


Address: Cemetery Road (off Rossmore Road), Kilkivan
Opened: approx. 1879
# graves: ~400

In March 2008, Kilkivan Shire was amalgamated into the Gympie Regional Council, which now controls Kilkivan Cemetery.

More information about
Kilkivan cemetery - interment.com
Find a grqave - Kilkivan Cemetery
Billion graves - Kilkivan Cemetery
Myras place - Kilkivan
Gympie region cemeteries
Cemeteries of Gympie Regional Council

Photographed: 28 Jan 2008 (updated Sep 2015)

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Kilkivan station

Kilkivan station, Gympie region


Address: Mudlo Rd, Kilkivan
Opened: approx. 1899
# graves: 3


Private cemetery of Jones Family of Kilkivan Station.
Little Frank is buried alongside George Hall Jones. Frank was 1 month old.
Rose Jones was Alicia Rose.
Cemetery Crawl on tour #3 20 Sep 2015

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Amazing history for Kilkivan homestead

Photographed: Sep 2015

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Killarney Warwick

Killarney General Cemetery, Warwick Shire


Address: Backhouse Road, Killarney (Beckhouse Rd?)
Opened: approx. 1878 (Killarney surveyed)
# graves: ~1200 (2200 SDRC)

More information about
Interment transcription (Karyn Findlay
Interment transcription (Glenda Wilkin)(from sexton files)
trvelmate.com.au - Killarney
Killarney - scenic gem of the Downs
Killarney Small country town surrounded by waterfalls and attractive national parks. (Fairfax digital )
About Australia - Killarney
Wikipedia - Killarney
Old Queenslander house in village of Killarney, Queensland on ..., Street in Killarney, Queensland
PictureAustralia - Wheat Threshing Killarney Queensland.
Killarney, Qld, Severe Storm (1/11/1968)
Evans, Ernest (1892 - 1965) Biographical Entry
Killarney CO-OP with a history starting 1922.
Killarney / Tannymorel
Absolute Australia - Killarney South
Descendants of Thomas Grayson
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: 24 Mar 2007

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Kingscote historic Reeves Point Kangaroo Island SA

Old Kingscote historic, Reeves Point, Kangaroo Island, SA


Address: Reeves Point,Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, SA
Opened: approx. 1838
# graves: ~27

More information about
ozburials.com - Kingscote Pioneer Burials
Kangaroo Island Council
ozburials.com - Kingscote
Australian Cemeteries - Kingscote
Gravesecrets - Kingscote
Susan Marsden, A short history of Kangaroo Island

Photographed: Dec 2011

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Kingscote Kangaroo Island SA

Kingscote Cemetery, Kangaroo Island, SA


Address: Seaview Road & Cordes Road, Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, SA
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Kangaroo Island Council
ozburials.com - Kingscote
Australian Cemeteries - Kingscote
Gravesecrets - Kingscote
Susan Marsden, A short history of Kangaroo Island

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Kingston Pioneer Cemetery

Kingston Pioneer Cemetery, Logan City


Address: Bega Road, Kingston, Logan City
Opened: approx. 1896
# graves: ~16

Kingston Pioneer Cemetery, Bega Road ( two separate lots)

Land was set aside in January 1893, with trustees of Charles Kingston, Steven Rogers, Thomas Armstrong, Alan James Campbell, and Alfred William Kingston appointed in July 1893. The whereabouts of the cemetery register is unknown.

This cemetery comprises two parcels of land located either side of the entrance to Kingston College. The smaller section is believed to be the Catholic section. Headstones date between 1896 and 1941. As many local people could not afford headstones, it is impossible to know the exact number of burials at the site. A newspaper report has led to the identification of one unmarked grave - that of Kuraby resident William Dellitt who died in May 1923. Prominent local families including Charles and Harriet Kingston, John and Emily Mayes, the Armstrongs, Cordingleys, Laughlins and Seeleithers are buried at Kingston Pioneer Cemetery.
Charles and Harriet Kingston originally lived in a slab hut at Tygum before taking up land at Scrubby Creek in 1872. His first house 'Oakwood' was the receiving office for the mail from 1884 during the construction of the South Coast Railway. Once the railway opened in 1885 the station assumed the name of Kingston and the mail was received from the railway station. The second house the family built at 'Oakwood' remains on site overlooking Jacaranda Avenue. Charles Kingston died in 1904 and Harriet died in 1911.
John and Emily Mayes lived to the north of the Kingstons and took up their land in 1873. They also lived in a slab hut for many years, and it remains on site at Mayes Cottage at 36 Mawarra Street. In late 1888 the family built a new home which they called 'Pleasant Place', locally known as Mayes Cottage. John Mayes died in 1908 and Emily in 1933.
John and Mabel Cordingley ran the Kingston store and blacksmith, William Laughlin was the clerk of the Waterford Shire Council. The Seeleithers farmed at Park Ridge, and Bill Seeliether ran one of the early sawmills in Woodridge.
Extracted from Logan City link below

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Kingston Pioneer Cemetery with transcriptions
Logan City Cemeteries
A Brief History of Logan

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Kondinin pioneer WA

Kondinin pioneer cemetery, WA


Address:
Opened: 1910
# graves:

More information:
Shire of Kondinin: KONDININ PIONEER CEMETERY

Lorraine's cemetery records: Kondinin Pioneer Cemetery

Australian cemeteries index: Kondinin Pioneer

State heritage office: Kondinin Pioneer Cemetery - Site of

Lonely Graves of Western Australia

Photographed: Sep 2009

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Kulangoor Lawn Sunshine Coast

Kulangoor Lawn Sunshine Coast


Address: 31 - 89 Ackerman Rd, Kulangoor
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

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Cemeteries - Sunshine Coast Regional Council

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Laidley Crematorium Laidley Shire

Laidley Crematorium, Laidley area of Lockyer Valley Region


Address: Southern Road, Laidley
(8 Crescent St Gatton QLD 4343 - (07) 5462 1808 - Gatton-Laidley-Lowood Crematorium)
Opened: approx. recent
# plaques: ~50
More information about
Wikipedia: Laidley, Queensland

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Laidley General Laidley Shire

Laidley General Cemetery, Laidley area of Lockyer Valley Region


Address: Southern Road, Laidley.
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: Approx 4000
More information about
Laidley Cemetery
Wikipedia: Laidley, Queensland

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Landsborough

Landsborough / original Mellum Creek burial site


Address: Old Gympie Road, Landsborough. (Heading north, just after the level crossing in the grounds of the now abandoned animal pound)
Opened: approx. 1883
# graves: 4

More information about
interment.net: Landsborough Burial Site Caloundra Shire, Queensland, Australia
THE HISTORY OF THE PEACHESTER AND CROHAMHURST DISTRICT (By Mr. W. P. H. HARDEN)

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Lawnton Pine Rivers

Lawnton Cemetery (Mary Bray Park), Pine Rivers


Address: Norfolk Ave, Lawnton, Pine Rivers
Opened: 21 Oct 1880 (first burial), 22 Nov 1887 (gazetted)
# graves: approx 600 headstones, 170 collumbarium, 700 lawn

Was also known as North Pine Cemetery.

More information about
North Pine Cemetery Trust
Partial trascription by Judy Dickson
THE SKERMAN FAMILY 1860 - 1935 by Percival James Skerman
James Pringle / Mary-Anne Moore genealogy
Pine Rivers council cemeteries
Moreton Bay Region Cemeteries Database
Brett Prentice's photos of Lawnton?
See also "In loving Memory of: the History of burials in the Pine Rivers Shire", Melva A Welch, Pine Rivers Shire Council. This excellent book contains burial registers, trustee lists as well as history.
Historical map of Brisbane Valley

Photographed: 11 Feb - 4 Mar 2007

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Legume Tenterfield NSW

Legume, Tenterfield, NSW


Address: 9332 Mt Lindesay Rd, Legume, New South Wales
Opened: after 1907. about 1925
# graves: 39

More information about
Tenterfield Shire Council : Regional Cemeteries (links to village cemeteries within the Shire are temporarily unavailable.)
Tenterfield shire - Legume Village
NLA. Map of the village of Legume and suburban lands (map)
Australian Cemeteries Index: Legume
Find A Grave: Legume
Billion Graves: Legume
Waymarking: Legume cemetery

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Leyburn SouthernDowns

Leyburn, Southern Downs


Address: Off Leyburn-Cunningham Rd, Leyburn Cemetery Rd (between Major and Meiser Rd), Leyburn
Opened: 1854
# graves: ~120 (140 SDRC)

More information about
Leyburn and District Historical Society: List of known burials in the Leyburn Cemetery and surrounding areas 1854-2009
interment.net - Leyburn Cemetery Warwick Shire, Queensland, Australia
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland tourism: Leyburn
Litton, Clay, Johnston family tree
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Lightning Ridge NSW

Lightning Ridge, NSW


Address:
Opened: After 1911 but most are recent
# graves: large, 1000-2000
Many newish wooden crosses, and many of these marked unknown.

More information about
Wikipedia: Lightning Ridge

Photographed: Nov 2007 (incomplete)

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Lilyvale

Lilyvale, Central Highlands


Address: East of Capella on Lilyvale road between Yan Yan Road and Crinum Mine (postcode 4723)
Opened: approx. 1865
# graves: ~30

The (site of the) town of Lilyvale is east of Capella in the Central Highlands. There is one headstone which was moved to this location and a memorial plaque erected by the Friends of Lilyvale and the mine. (There is another Lilyvale in Toowoomba region, and a Lilyvale (station) in far North Queensland).

More information about Lilyvale
Central Queensland Old Pictures and Yarns
Wikipedia: Lilyvale, Queensland (Central Highlands Region)
Trove - Lilyvale —A Forgotten Township
Central Highlands Regional Council
QT: Cobb and Co hub now lost in grass
Australian Cemeteries Index - Lilyvale

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Lockrose Laidley Shire

Lockrose Lutheran Church & Cemetery, Laidley Shire


Address: corner Zabel Road & Fritz Road, Lockrose, Lockyer Valley Region formerly Laidley Shire
Opened: approx. 1912
# graves:
With the Green Pastures Lutheran Church, Lockrose Zabel Rd.

More information about
Lutheran Church of Australia Queensland District Zones Map
Laidley Shire Council: Churches
Lockrose primary School (almost)
Wikipedia: Lockrose

Photographed: 18 Sep 2006

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Logan Reserve Irish Catholic Cemetery

Logan Reserve Irish Catholic Cemetery


Address: 296A Logan Reserve Road, (narrow paddock adjacent to marked 298), Logan City
Opened: approx. 1865
# graves: 2 (remaining)

Logan Reserve Irish Catholic Cemetery and church site. 296A Logan Reserve Road

Irish immigrants settled in the areas of Waterford West and Logan Reserve. The first Catholic Church was located in Logan Reserve on the property of John Gavan. This bark structure was built in 1865 and also doubled as a school. It was relocated a number of times, ultimately to a site in Waterford West near the Morning Star Hotel on the corner of Loganlea Road. While a simple timber chapel was located here from around 1874, Archbishop Dunne formally dedicated a more substantial renovated structure in December 1892. The Leo Family who owned the hotel at that time donated the land to the Church. A cemetery evolved beside the church and remained on site until 1993.

Logan Reserve Irish Catholic Cemetery is located in part of the original Logan Agricultural Reserve on land selected by John Gavan in September 1862. Bishop Quinn founded the Queensland Immigration Society in 1862, which encouraged Irish people to escape the ravages of the famine by coming to Queensland.
Mary Anne and John Gavan and their seven children were amongst these Irish settlers. John Gavan took land in the Logan Agricultural Reserve in August 1863. In April 1865 a one acre allotment was excised and transferred to Bishop James Quinn in April 1865. This was the site of the first Catholic Church in the Logan District. The building was a simple bark hut and was also used as a school.
The only headstone on the Logan Reserve site indicates four burials from the Moloney family, although they are not all buried there. The Catholic Church relocated to Waterford in the early 1870's and most of the Waterford Catholics are buried there. It was located at 954-956 Kingston- Beenleigh Road, west of the Club Hotel.
Nevertheless there are many buried on the Logan Reserve site including the original owner of the land John Gavan, his wife Mary Anne and daughter Lucy. Confirmed burials on this site include John (senior) and Mary Moloney, John Rafter junior and senior, Catherine Cusack and Arthur OKeefe.
The church sold the 954-956 Kingston-Beenleigh Road church and cemetery site in 1983, after relocating the four graves which had headstones to Gleneagle near Beaudesert.
extracted from Logan City Council link below

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Logan City cemeteries
Logan Reserve Irish Catholic Cemetery history and burial register.
Logan - final resting places.
A Brief History of Logan

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Logan Village Cemetery Beaudesert

Logan Village Cemetery, Beaudesert


Address: Waterford Tamborine Road, near Pioneer Drive, Logan Village, Beaudesert Shire (UBD 303 F6)
Opened: approx. 1879
# graves: ~300
More information about Logan Village Cemetery, Beaudesert Shire, Queensland, Australia
Genealogical Society of Queensland records (GSQ) refer to being on Waterford-Canungra road?
A Brief History of Logan

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Templin alongside Water tower, Boonah-Fassifern Rd, near Nicholas Rd 1886 Edith McMullen
died 21 Aug 1886, aged 6 weeks
Fassifern Scrub
Templin lone grave
June 2006
John Nevell Memorial Park, Chambers Flat Kirk Road corner Anzac Ave, Chambers Flat, Beaudesert 2000 John Nevell Memorial Park
born 1913

Plaque unveiled by wife Moya Nevell 15 Apr 2000
5 Jun 2005
Welch Pioneer Park Oxenford Tamborine Road 31 Dec 1874 Elizabeth Welch 20-Aug-2005
Robert Johnston, Kerry Kerry Road, at Albert River (Kerry Bridge), Beaudesert Shire 1882-1919 Robert JOHNSTON
b: Swindon, England
died 25 Aug 1919, aged 66 years
and his infant children, 1882
Kerry Bridge, Kerry, Beaudesert Shire
Nov 2005
Margaret ANDERSON Civic Health Centre, Kalbar, Boonah Shire 1918 b: Scotland 1830, d: Kalbar 1918
Pioneer of Kalbar
(her bequest was the Origin of the Civic Health Centre, Kalbar, Boonah Shire)
10 Dec 2005
Aaron J. SMITH
Roadside memorial, corner of Tallegalla Road and Warrego Highway, Minden, Esk Shire GoogleEarth
2006
Memorial
Newspaper article
1 Jan 2007
Vinton Paul GALLGHER Landsborough 9 Aug 1967 In garden of Landsborough Historical Museum 21 Jul 2007
Hugh Proby, Kanyaka station Near Kanyaka north of Quorn, SA 1852 Hugh Proby, Kanyaka station Nov 2007
Lake Hamilton Near Lake Hamilton, Near Elliston, South Australia 29 June 1959 Leo CUMMINGS Nov 2007
Needilup Needilup Road North, Needilup, WA Apr 1916 Isabella CALDER Nov 2007
Aramara memorial park in town 2004 Monica Hodges
1927-2004
Jan 2008
Mullewa, WA
lookout above town
1895
Sam DIDDAMS
d: 22 Jan 1895, aged 25
Sep 2009
Hamelin Pool (telegraph station) WA
Carmody - behind station
Musk - along beach

1898 - 1911
Thomas Onslow CARMODY, d: Mar 1898 aged 7 months
Walter MUSK, d: 18 Oct 1911 aged 60
Sep 2009

Pike Private Cemetery
Woolooga, Gympie Regional Council 1900-1913
Eliza PIKE, d: 7 Mar 1900
John PIKE, d: 25 Dec 1913
2009 (copyright Graham Pike)
St Andrews Anglican Lutwyche
Lutwyche Rd, Lutwyche
1880
Lutwyche-Anglican
Jan 2014
Tully Memorial Park
Mount Lindesay Highway, North Maclean
1880
Tully Memorial Park
May 2014
Agra fort
Agra Fort, Rakabganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282003, India
1857
John Russell COLVIN
Nov 2013

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Lone/Aramara Woocoo

Aramara, Woocoo Shire


Address:
Opened: 2004
# graves: 1 (memorial)

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Monica Hodges Park

Photographed: Jan 2008

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Lone/Black Bull Siding Dyas

Lone/Cummings Elliston SA

Leo Cummings Memorial, near Lake Hamilton, SA


Address: On Flinders Highway (B100), south of Kiana
Opened: 1959
# graves: 1

More information about
Elliston Things to Do Tips by Diceman_ - VirtualTourist.com
Monument Australia

Photographed: Nov 2007

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Lone/Eromanga Chapman

Lone/Hamelin Pool WA

Hamelin Pool Telegraph Station


Address: Hamelin Pool, WA
Opened: 1898
# graves: 2

More information :
WA Parks/Wildlife: Hamelin Pool
Old Telegraph Station (info provided by the caravan park).
WA State Heritage: Grave of Onslow Thomas Carmody
Lonely Graves of Western Australia
Australian Cemeteries
Australian cemeteries index: Cemetery 5722 - Hamelin Pool Lone Graves
Simple fenced grave of baby Thomas Onslow Carmody at Hamelin Pool Shark Bay who died in 1898

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Lone/Hughenden DENNIS

Lone/HughProby SA

Hugh Proby, near Kanyaka


Address: On dirt road (Hawker-Stirling North Road (B83) ) west of and parallel to Flinders Ranges Way, 40 km north-north-east of Quorn, South Australia
Opened: 1852
# graves: 1

More information about
Hugh Proby established Kanyaka Homestead, SA in 1852
Wikipedia: Kanyaka Station
Kanyaka ruins
Flinders Ranges Research - Kanyaka Station
SA Historians - Hugh Proby
O'Mallee's pedal stories - HUGH PROBY THIRD SON OF THE EARL OF CARYSFORT

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Lone/India Agra Agra fort

Agra Fort, Rakabganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282003, India


Address:
Opened: 1857
# graves: 1

Grave of the English governor who died during uprising when they couldn't leave fort

More information about
World heritage monuments - Agra fort
Wikipedia for John Russell Colvin

Photographed: Nov, 2013

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Lone/James Mulligan Mt Molloy

Lone/Kerry Robert Johnston

Robert Johnston, Kerry, Beaudesert


Address: Kerry Bridge (Albert R), Kerry Road, Kerry, Beaudesert
Opened: approx. 1882-1919
# graves: 1

Photographed: Nov 2005

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Lone/Landsborough

Landsborough


Address: In garden of historical museum.
Opened: approx. 1967?
# graves: 1

Photographed: 21 Jul 2007

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Lone/Lutwyche Anglican

Lutwyche Anglican Church - St Andrews


Address:
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves:

More information about
Alfred Lutwyche (wikipedia)

Photographed: Jan 2014

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Lone/Mullewa WA

Mullewa, WA


Address: lookout above town
Opened: 1895
# graves: 2?

More information about
mullewa shire
notable buildings Monsignor Hawes.
State Heritage WA - Sam Diddam's Grave Site

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Lone/NearOrange NSW

Lone/Needilup Calder

Isabella CALDER, Needilup, WA


Address: Needilup Road North
Opened: 1916
# graves:

More information about
Australian cemeteries
Confluence visit to 34S, 119E

Photographed: Nov 2007

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Lone/Patrick Molloy Mt Molloy

Lone/SouthOfCooberPedy

Lone/StAugustines Leyburn

Dan Bray, St Augustines Church of England, Leyburn


Address: Cnr Talgai st, Dove St (Toowoomba-Karara Rd), Leyburn
Opened: 1901
# graves: 1

More information about
Monument Australia - Dan Bray
Qld Govt Heritage Register, St Augustines Anglican Church, Leyburn
wikipedia: St Augustines Anglican Church Leyburn
Dan Bray

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Lone/Tambo BARRY

Lone/Templin Boonah

Templin, Boonah Shire


Address: Water tower, Templin, Boonah Shire
Opened: approx. 1886
# graves: 1

More information about
Templin
Heart of the Scenic Rim
protection of the remote gravesite of Edith McMullen at Templin, near Boonah

Photographed: 4 Jun 2006

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Lone/Tully Memorial Park

Tully memorial park


Address: Mt Lindesay Highway, at Logan River Crossing, between Maclean St and Trace Rd, North Maclean.
Opened: unknown
# graves: 0

More information about
Facebook page!
Logan City Council - Tully Park

Photographed: May 2014

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Lone/Walter Scott Cardwell

Lone/William Howe Gordonvale

Lone/Windorah Constable Callaghan

Lone/Windorah Costello Hacket

Lone/Woolthorpe Lone

Woolthorpe Rd, Theodore


Address: Woolthorpe Rd, Theodore
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: 1

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Longreach

Lower Coomera Gold Coast

Lower Coomera cemetery, Gold Coast


Address: Cemetery Rd, near Foxwell Rd, Coomera. Exit 54 Pacific Motorway.
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
The Colmans, Junction Farm, Coomera River
Gold Coast Cemeteries
Interment.net - Lower Coomera Cemetery Gold Coast City, Queensland, Australia
GOLD COAST FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY INC - Projects
Zoom-in for Coomera Cemetery Rd
Living Rivers Uniting Church - Coomera, Pimpama and Nerang
History of the Gold Coast
Gold Coast City Council - History
125 YEARS OF SCHOOLING ON THE COOMERA 1873-1998
Coomera Town Centre
Gold Coast History
History of Coomera
Queensland Places: Albert Shire

Photographed: 10 March 2007

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Lowood Catholic

Lowood Roman Catholic (Tarampa Roman Catholic) - St Michael


Address: Fairfield Rd (corner Klibbe Rd), Lowood, Esk Shire
West-south-west of town
Opened: 4 Nov 1888
# graves: 157
More information about
History of Tarampa
Historical map of Brisbane Valley
Somerset Regional Council Cemetery Register

Photographed: 3 Dec 2005

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Lowood General

Lowood general Cemetery


Address: Clarendon Road, Lowood, Esk Shire
North West of town -
Opened: approx. 1897
# graves: 350
Mr Col Linde has requested that the records of burials and reservations for the Lowood General Cemetery be taken from his care and control and be looked after by Council. He advises that he is not a young man anymore and would like to hand this information on while he still has the opportunity. Mr Linde has been sexton there for 54 years so he informed me.

More information about
Somerset Regional Council Cemetery Register
History of Lowood
Col Linde has been sexton for 54 years
Historical map of Brisbane Valley

Photographed: 3 Dec 2005

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Lowood Trinity Lutheran Cemetery Bethel Section

Lowood Trinity Lutheran Cemetery - Bethel Section


Address: just west of Lowood on road to Gatton (before Minden turn-off)
Opened: approx. 1880
# photos: 266

Photographed: 26 June 2005


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Lowood Trinity Lutheran Cemetery St Marks Section

Lowood Trinity Lutheran Cemetery - St Marks Section


Address: Forest Hill - Lowood Road, just west of intersection with Lowood-Minden Road (just north od UBD169-I1)
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: 100-120
Also on the same site, Our Saviour Lutheran Church Lowood Lawn Cemetery. (also known as Lowood Reformation Lutheran)

(GSQ indexed St Mark's Evangelical Lutheran cemetery burial register running 1939-1985)
St Marks cemetery is now known as Trinity Lutheran Cemetery - St Mark's Section. Originally, before the amangamation of the Bethel and St Mark's Lowood congregations, the cemetery was known as St Mark's Lutheran Cemetery, E.L.C.A.


Lowood Reformation Lutheran Cemetery
(a.k.a. Our Saviour Lutheran E.L.C.R. Lawn Cemetery) Ernest Leslie Schloss, died 19 Mar 1979 aged 48 years, beloved brother of May, Stanley and Mervyn.
More information about
Historical map of Brisbane Valley

Photographed: 10 July 2005

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Lutwyche Cemetery Brisbane

Lutwyche Cemetery


Address: Gympie Road (corner Kitchener Rd), Kedron, Brisbane, Queensland
Lutwyche cemetery originally known as Kedron Brook (Ref: Wikipedia.
Opened: 1878
# graves: 1
More information about
Brisbane City Council Grave Location Search
Lutwyche history
Transcriptions (partial)
Lutwyche cemetery trust
HAYES, PONTEE, O'NEILL

Photographed: (family only) 2000

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Lyndoch Anglican SA

Lyndoch, Holy Trinity Anglican Cemetery, South Australia


Address: 3 Altona Road, Lyndoch, Barossa Valley
Opened: approx. 1865
# graves: ~300

More information about
The Barossa Council - Cemeteries
Holy Trinity Anglican Cemetery, Lyndoch
Australian Cemeteries - Lyndoch General
Lyndoch Public Cemetery
The Barossa Council - Lyndoch
Wikipedia: Lyndoch
Australian Christian Church Histories - Lyndoch, SA - Holy Trinity Anglican
Billion Graves: Lyndoch (Holy Trinity Anglican) Cemetery
Find-a-grave: Holy Trinity Anglican Church Cemetery
Australian Cemeteries: Lyndoch Holy Trinity Anglican Church Cemetery (from 2006)

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Lyndoch SA

Lyndoch, SA


Address: Barossa Valley
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
The Barossa Council - Cemeteries
Holy Trinity Anglican Cemetery, Lyndoch
Australian Cemeteries - Lyndoch General
Lyndoch Public Cemetery

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Maclagan Rosalie

Maclagan, Rosalie shire


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)

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Maclean Beaudesert

Maclean, Beaudesert


Address: Scott Lane, North Maclean, Beaudesert
Opened: approx. 1904
# graves: 150-200

Named after Peter McLean (note spelling). Munruben was original name of district. The North Maclean Cemetery is situated on part of James Scotts property Ratha on Scott Lane, North Maclean and almost all the Scott family for several generations are buried there.
Pioneers honoured in new names for rail overbridges
A tour of north-west Beaudesert Shire :- Maclean Cemetery is steeped in history with the oldest headstone being that of a Henry Thurlow dated 29 December, 1904. The land was donated by the Brennan Family and was held in trusteeship by Reginald McTaggart, John Henry White, William Milo Eaton, Elijah Tyson Wilson and Francis Ambrose Parsons. Following the death of three of the trustees and subsequent resignation of the remaining two, new trustess, being Albert John Humphrey, Darcy Clarence Edmunds, Kermit Clive Wynne, Cecil Richard Wynne and Raymond Spencer took over the responsibility in 1976. These trustees handed over Maclean Cemetery to Beaudesert Shire Council as trustee in 1985.

Address also given as Scotts Rd, Jimboomba (Greenbank)

Photographed: 26 Feb 2006

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Ma Ma Creek

Ma Ma Creek Anglican Cemetery, Gatton shire


Address: St Stephen's Church of England, Gatton - Clifton Road, Ma Ma Creek (South west of Gatton)
Opened: 1889
# photos: 582

Ma Ma Creek - Named by Europeans using words derived from Aboriginal mia mia (however not in local language) referring to bark huts.

More information about
Landmarks of Ma Ma Creek
Lockyer Valley Tourist Drive
privately erected war memorial
Weather for Ma Ma Creek
Ma Ma Creek State School
on the national public toilet map
Heifer Creek road
Place Names of South-East Queensland
Wikipedia: Ma Ma Creek, Queensland

Photographed: 14 Apr 2006

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Mapleton

Mapleton, Sunshine Coast


Address: Delicia Rd, Mapleton, QLD
Opened: 1891
# graves:

More information about
Sunshine Coast regional council - cemeteries
Stories fro m Early Nambour

Photographed: Jun 2010

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Marananga Gnadenfrei SA

Gnadenfrei Lutheran Cemetery, Marananga, SA


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

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Australian Cemeteries - Gnadenfrei Lutheran

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Marburg Anglican

Marburg Anglican Cemetery, Ipswich


Address: Seminary Road, corner Warrego Highway, Marburg, Ipswich. (UBD 170 F-17)
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: 140
More information about
Marburg Heritage Trail
(Ipswich) Country Churches and Cemeteries
Marburg Valley was also known as Sally Owen's Plain

Photographed: 3 July 2005

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Marburg Trinity Lutheran

Marburg Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery


Address:
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: 200-250
More information about
Marburg Heritage Trail (archived)
Marburg and district (archived)
Ipswich City Council historical markers (archived)

Photographed: Jul 2005

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Marburg Woodlands

Woodlands, Marburg (cemetery for the the Divine Word Seminary)


Address: 174 Seminary Road, MS 292, Marburg, Qld 4306
Opened: approx. 1946
# graves:

The entrace to the main building is named St Vincent's. There is a magnificent house on the very top of the hill with 360 degree views. The cemetery is a little way down the hill to the west. A conference centre now operates there.

More information about
History of Woodlands of Marburg
Marburg then and now
Travel - Marburg
Evolution of Queensland's houses
Sugar cane (at Woodlands)
Wikipedia: Woodlands, Queensland

Photographed: 23 Apr 2006

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Margaret River WA

Margaret River, WA


Address: 5km west of town just off Caves road
Opened:
# graves: several hundred

More information about
Busselton FHS - Margaret River cemetery from newspaper notices
wikipedia: Margaret River, Western Australia

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Maroon General Cemetery Boonah

Maroon General Cemetery, Boonah Shire


Address: Corner of Newman and Boonah-Rathdowney Road
(South of Boonah on road to Rathdowney)
Opened: 1895
# graves: ~80

Maroon Cemetery (general) was indexed by QFHS 8 Sep 1982 (ref: GSQ 820-310) (Dorothy Simson). [Below is from notes on that index]
Location: on the hill overlooking Maroon State School, the cemetery looks across the school to Mt Maroon
comments: the burial register does not exist. The present caretaker Mr E Newlove has marked some of the old graves with concrete blocks and written the known details in the wet concrete. These probably won't stay legible for long as they will have soil washed down the hill which will cover them. There are 4 newly dug graves in the cemetery without monumental inscriptions.
names Burton-Wernowski

More information about
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 31 Mar 2007

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Maryborough Pioneer Maryborough

Maryborough Pioneer Cemetery, Maryborough


Address: Aldridge St (west of Alice Street), Maryborough
Opened: approx. 1851
# graves: 4

A few graves near the original site of Maryborough.

More information about
Maryborough
Original Maryborough Town Site (Wide Bay Village)

Photographed: Jan 2008

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Maryborough Qld

Maryborough, Qld


Address: cnr Walker Street and Bruce Highway, Maryborough West QLD 4650
Opened: approx. 1875
# graves: large

More information about
Fraser Coast - Cemeteries online (layout map)
interment.net - Maryborough Cemetery Queensland, Australia
Billion Graves - Maryborough Cemetery
Find a grave - Maryborough Cemetery
Maryborough Cemetery - Wikipedia
Qld heritage register - Maryborough Cemetery
Australian cemeteries
Australian Cemeteries Index - Cemetery 2821 - Maryborough Monumental, Garden of Rest Lawn, and Crematorium

Photographed: 2002 (partial)

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Maryvale

Maryvale - Warwick Shire


Address: Off Days Road, off Cunningham Highway, east of Maryvale
Opened: 1914
# graves: 28 (SDRC)
This has recent graves in what is probably a much older cemetery.
Was once in Glengallan Shire (circa 1980).
There was a (now disassembled) 'Via recta' train line Warwick-Freestone-Gladfield-Maryvale. VIA RECTA (right way).

More information about
Glengallan Homestead
Wiki for Warwick say shire formed in 1994 from amalgamation of Warwick city with Glengallan, Rosenthal and Allora shires
Historic tourist drives around Warwick
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: 21 Jan 2007

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Maryvale Homestead St Albans

Maryvale Homestead Cemetery (and St Albans Anglican Church)


Address: Maryvale, (Between Cunningham Highway and Maryvale town)
Opened: 1843 station,
# graves: 0
from Southend Downs Regional Council page
Address: Allana St, Maryvale
#graves: 9
Homestead originally occupied site where church is now. The field adjacent to the drive down to the church is marked as homestead cemetery. However no headstones were evident.
There was a (now disassembled) 'Via recta' train line Warwick-Freestone-Gladfield-Maryvale. VIA RECTA (right way).
Was once in Glengallan Shire (circa 1980).

More information about
Glengallan Homestead
Wiki for Warwick say shire formed in 1994 from amalgamation of Warwick city with Glengallan, Rosenthal and Allora shires
Historic tourist drives around Warwick
Maryvale - place name history and locality
Edward Weinholt and Arnold Wienholt and Arnold Wienholt
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: 21 Jan 2007

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Meandarra

Meandarra, Qld


Address: Lot 44 Meandarra-Talwood road, Meandarra, Western Down Region, QLD
Opened: approx. 1925
# graves: ~100

More information about
Western Downs Region cemeteries
Australian Cemeteries Index - Meandarra
MEANDARRA district settler Charles Bramley Mann
Ancestry.ca Pictures results for Evelynviolet Walton
This cemetery is covered by the Dern index of Qld cemeteries (Aug 1993)
Wikipedia Meandarra
Queensland.com - Meandarra
Meandarra ANZAC Memorial Museum and also "Little Meandarra's big bang in world of war craft"

Photographed: Sep 2015 by Dr Matt Barton

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Melrose Roxburgshire Scotland

Melrose, Roxburgshire, Scotland


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Familysearch - Melrose, Roxburghshire, Scotland
GENUKI: Melrose

Photographed: 2001

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Memerambi

Memerambi, South Burnett


Address: Memerambi Cemetery Rd, near Memerambi Gordonbrook Rd
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Australian Cemeteries Index - Memerambi Cemetery
South Burnett cemeteries
interment.net Memerambi Cemetery

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Meringandan Rosalie

Meringandan cemetery, Rosalie Shire (near Crows Nest shire)


Address: Peters Road.
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: ~450

The cemetery is in West Meringdan, which across the creek that forms the shire boundary.

More information about
Joy Byrne's partial transcription
History Meringandan
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
Meringandan cemetery transcriptions

Photographed: 7 Apr 2007

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Middleton

MilbongGeneral Boonah

Milbong General Cemetery, Boonah Shire


Address: Ipswich - Boonah Road, Milbong, near Milbong - Munbilla , Boonah Shire. Cemetery is about 400m inland from road.
Opened: 1888 - 1977
# graves: 106
Boonah Council operates cemeteries at Boonah & Kalbar. A number of Church cemeteries also operate through the Shire. Public Cemeteries are also located at Coulson, Milbong and Maroon. No further internments are allowed at Milbong and Coulson Cemeteries.
More information about
Boonah Council Cemeteries
Colston / Wenck burials in Milbong
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
Genealogical society of Queensland have indexed burial registers. ref GSQ 820 310.

Photographed: 11 Mar 2006

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MilbongLutheran Boonah

Milbong Lutheran (St Luke's), Boonah shire


Address: North of Boonah on Boonah / Ipswich road. (1 km south of junction Boonah/Ipswich and Roadvale Roads)
Opened: 1886
# graves: ~188
Boonah Shire has had a council since 1859.

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photos and on-line data
Colston / Wenck burials in Milbong Lutheran (St Luke's) Cemetery
Rossow and Beitzel Genealogy Pages - St Luke's Lutheran Cemetery, Milbong/Roadvale, Queensland, Australia
Pastor Theodore Frank
Albert Grulke -Early German Settlements "M"
Fassifern Lutheran Churches history
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire

Photographed: 30 Dec 2006


Miles Blackley private Murilla region

Miles Murilla region

Miles old Murilla region

Millaa Millaa Tablelands region

Minden Baptist

Minden Baptist Church Cemetery


Address: North of highway in Minden, Esk
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: 100-150
More information about
History of Minden
Minden, Tarampa and Vernor Baptist Cemeteries (Qld.) monumental inscriptions [microform] / compiled by Rosemary and Eric Kopittke
Baptist Historical Society of Queensland Publications
Elaine Smith 's CEMETERY TRANSCRIPTS & PHOTOS CD'S
German Baptist Churches in Queensland George Bond Photographic Collection : Queensland Family History
An Account of the German Baptist Church History in Queensland

Photographed: 1 Oct 2006

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Minden Coolana St Johns Lutheran

Minden/Coolana - St Johns Lutheran


Address: Coolana, on Lowood-Minden road, UBD169-H10
Opened: approx. 1900
# graves: 140
(Coolana was formerly known as Hillside) Coolana history
THE AUSTRALIAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH NEWSLETTER JULY 2006

Photographed: 6 Aug 2005

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Minden Evangelical Lutheran Esk

St John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Minden, Esk Shire


Address: Neuendorffs Rd, Minden.
Opened:
# graves: ~150

Other Information:
History of Minden
Rosewood Scrub Churches
Rosewood Scrub History
History of Lutheran Churches of Minden (see pages 3-4)
Minden was also known as Back Plain (or Back Plains).

Photographed: 12 June 2006

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Minden Zion Lutheran

Minden Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery


Address: South of highway in Minden
Tallegalla Rd, Minden, Esk Shire
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: ~170
More information about
History of Minden
Zion Lutheran Church - Minden
History of Lutheran Churches of Minden (see pages 3-4)

Photographed: 10 Sept 2005; Updated: 1 Jan 2007

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Mingela

Min min

Misc

Misc/nsw cemeteries

Misc/qld cemeteries

Mitchell

Moggill cemetery Brisbane

Historic Moggill cemetery, Brisbane


Address: 3132 Moggill Road, Bellbowrie, Brisbane
Opened: approx. 1856 (BCC 1932)
# graves: ~50 (memorials (some modern)), ~100 burials (fom Bruce Sugars site)
More information about
Brisbane City Council Grave location search
Moggill Cemetery..
Brookfield History Group
Descendants of Moggill Pioneers

Photographed: 30 Apr 2005

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Mooloolah Caloundra

Mooloolah cemetery, Caloundra


Address: Glasshouse Mountains Road, Mooloolah, City of Caloundra
Opened: approx. 1889
# graves: 800

More information about
Mooloolah cemetery on interment.net
Colston and Wenk Genealogy pages - Mooloolah Cemetery, Mooloolah, Queensland, Australia
Billiongraves - Mooloolah Cemetery Glenview, Queensland, Australia
Sunshine coast council - cemeteries

Photographed: 21-22 July 2007

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Mooloolah Caloundra/backup

Moonie Western Downs

Moore Linville

Moore-Linville General Cemetery


Address: North from Moore on Linville Road, Esk Shire
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: ~400
More information about
History of Linville
History of Moore
Cemetery transcription of Moore-Linville Cemetery - Esk Shire - Queensland, Australia, Ewanida Rail Records
Brisbane Valley Heritage Trails
Historical map of Brisbane Valley

Photographed: 28 Sept 2008

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Mount Hope SA

Mount Hope, South Australia


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: ~50

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - Mount Hope

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Mount Morgan

Mount Morgan, Rockhampton Region


Address: East St S and Cemetery Rd, Mount Morgan QLD 4714
Opened: 1886
# graves: ~5500

More information about
Rockhampton Region - Burial Indexes
Rockhampton Region - Mount Morgan Cemetery
Australian Cemeteries Index - Mount Morgan
Find A Grave - Mount Morgan Cemetery
Wikipedia - Mount Morgan Cemetery
Billion Graves - Mount Morgan
ueensland Heritage Register - Mount Morgan Cemetery including Chinese Shrine and Linda Memorial
National Library Australia - Trove Newspaper Lists - Mount Morgan Cemetery
Queensland Places - Mount Morgan Cemetery
Youtube - Mount Morgan Cemetery Interview
Youtube - Mount Morgan's Cemetery - with John Steinberger
Queensland Historical Atlas - Mount Morgan Cemetery, 1893

Photographed: 2002 (partial)

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Mount Mort Ipswich City

Mount Mort Historic Cemetery (Ipswich City)


Address: Mount Mort road south of Grandchester
Opened: 1937
# graves: 40
Henry Mort was a pioneer of the district having acquired land at auction in 1849. (See About Laidley). The area was also settled by German families such as the Gehrke family. Mount Mort was earlier known as Gehrkevale.

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About Laidley
Shire boundaries
Ipswich country cemeteries
renamed German town names
Change of Place and District Names During World War I (1914-1918)
Gehrkevale, 1907; Mount Mort
MOUNT MORT place name history
more notes on Mount Mort
Mrs Mort at the front of her home ?
Mort family research

Photographed: 5 Mar 2006

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MtAlford

Mount Alford, Boonah Shire


Address: (park in centre of town), Reckumpilla St (cnr Cavanagh st), Mt Alford
Opened: current memorial date back to 1946 (BELL family)
# graves: 6

More information about
On the site of the old Anglican Church. St Peter's Church of England, opened 29 Oct 1919 and is now closed. Last service 25 Dec 1969. Anglican archives.
10 Aug 1946 - MRS G. A. BELL DEAD AT 92 - Trove
Mount Alford, Queensland - Wikipedia

Photographed: 4 Jun 2006, Jun 2017 (updated)

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Mt Beppo Apostolic Cemetery Esk

Mt Beppo Apostolic Cemetery, Esk Shire


Address: Greinkes La, Mt Beppo, Esk Shire, Queensland
Opened: approx. 1903
# graves: 282
More information about
History of Mt Beppo Apostolic Church

Photographed: 23 Oct 2005
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Mt Beppo Lutheran Cemetery Esk

Mt Beppo Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Esk Shire


Address:
Opened: approx. 1898
# graves: 103
More information about
Historical map of Brisbane Valley

Photographed: 23 Oct 2005

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MtCotton Logan

Mount Cotton, Logan City


Address: Wuduru Rd, corner Mount Cotton Road
Cornubia, Logan City, Queensland.
(Near German Church Road)
Also known as Gramzow, Cornubia, Carbrook Lutheran Cemetery, West Mount Cotton
Opened: approx. 1875
# graves: ~130
From Logan City links below:

Cornubia (formerly Carbrook) Lutheran Cemetery Corner Wuduru Road and Mt Cotton Road Cornubia

The Lutheran Church was located at this site from 1875 until 1951. It was built by resident August Von Senden in the traditional fachwerk style. Master craftsman, Von Senden, designed the jointed timber frame which was erected by locals, held together with timber pegs and in-filled with handmade bricks. The cemetery evolved behind the church. The oldest known grave on this site is that of Caroline Liesegang, who died in childbirth in 1875. At that time the area was known as Gramzow, having been named by the German settlers after a town in their homeland. During WWII a number of towns in Queensland with Germans names were re-named. This area became Carbrook, and in more recent years was further divided into Carbrook and Cornubia.

The origins of this cemetery date to 1875 when Pastor Haussmann purchased the land for a church. At that time he had a mission based across the river at Alberton. The Bethesda Mission was started in 1867 to preach to the local Aboriginal population. St Paul's church at Gramzow was designed by a local, August Von Senden. It was built in the traditional north German style with hand made brick nogging in a timber frame which had been axe dressed and fixed with wooden pegs. The church was demolished in 1951 at the time of the construction of the new St Paul's Church at Mount Cotton. The cemetery remains in use by the congregation. It provides evidence of the early German settlement of the district. Many older gravestones are written in German. This area was settled by German families who arrived in the 1860s. They were industrious farmers who grew sugar cane, maize and arrowroot and later started dairying. The German language tended to be used for a long time, even in schools.

More information about
Cornubia (formerly Carbrook) Lutheran Cemetery
Logan City Cemeteries
Mount Cotton Lutheran Cemetery - transcriptions by Rhonda Demarco
Gumdale & Surrounding Precinct
Mt Cotton History
St Pauls Lutheran Church - Mount Cotton
Mt Cotton - Researched and written by Mary Howells
St Pauls Lutheran Church was built at Mt Cotton, replacing the old unsafe church.
Mount Cotton Village
A Brief History of Logan

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MtCotton StPauls Lutheran

St Paul's Lutheran Church columbarium wall, Mt Cotton QLD


Address: 1257 Mount Cotton Road Mt Cotton QLD 4165 (corner Seaview Road)
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
St Paul's Lutheran Church Mount Cotton
Tingalpa/Mt Cotton<200b> Lutheran Parish Qld : St paul's <200b>mt cotton

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Mt Gravatt Brisbane

Mt Gravatt, Brisbane


Address: Mains Road, Upper Mount Gravatt
Opened: 1918
# graves:

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Photos of Brisbane Cemetery and Crematorium Chqpels
History of Upper Mt Gravatt

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Mt Isa

Mt Mee Cemetery Caboolture

Mount Mee Cemetery, Caboolture Shire


Address: 'Cemetery Road' Mount Mee, off Settlement Road (UBD 45 - B5)
Opened: 1893
# graves: ~70
More information about
Ewanida Rail Records - Mount Mee Cemetery, Caboolture Shire, Queensland, Australia
Maggie Rail transcription on interment.net
History of Caboolture towns - Mount Mee
Queensland Places - Caboolture
Dayboro Grapevine: MT MEE COMMUNITY CEMETERY

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Mt Sylvia

Mt Sylvia/.never found

Mount Sylvia, Gatton Shire


Address: not found (yet)
(According to transcriptions by Judy Webster 4-sep-1982, 7.3 km from Tent Hill Hotel on road to Mt Sylvia on east side of road seemingly adjacent to road as drawn in the map in the transcription book)
Opened: approx. 1895?
# graves:

The town has hosted churches of a number of religions

  • Roman Catholic - St Patrick's (built 1896)
  • Lutheran - Cross Lutheran
  • Uniting
  • Congregational (built 1891)

School opened 10 Apr 1885

More information about
There is a book: A HISTORY OF LEFT HAND BRANCH AT MT. SYLVIA. S/C (K. Wit) Circa 1992. 155pp. A local history of this area situated in the Lockyer Valley. Ex lib. Clean. or at John Oxley
School Roll for Mount Sylvia State School

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Mt Thompson Crematorium Brisbane

Mt Thompson Crematorium, Brisbane


Address: 373 Nursery Rd, Holland Park, Brisbane
Opened: 1934
# graves: 90000

More information about
Mount Thompson Memorial Gardens
Interment - Mount Thompson Memorial Gardens, Brisbane
Famous people at Mt Thompson and other Mount Thompson records on Find-a-grave.
42nd Australian Infantry Battalion - for Mount Thompson
Mount Thompson Crematorium
Wikimapia - Mount Thompson Crematorium
Judy Webster holds Mount Thompson Memorial Gardens (Brisbane) Cremation Register Index, Nov 1941 - May 1948
Australasian Cemeteries and Crematoria Association
Mt Thompson Memorial Gardens online - surname search

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Mt Walker historic cemetery Boonah

Mt Walker historic cemetery, Boonah Shire


Address: Mount Walker township is in Boonah Shire west of Ipswich, 10 kms south of Rosewood.

There is small area holding some pioneer graves, with a memorial identifying the location erected by the Christ Church. These are on the Rosewood side of town. The church is in 'town'. On the other side of town is the Historic cemetery (formerly Mt Walker Public Cemetery).

Photographed: Sunday 17 April 2005

Established: bef 1905
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire

Historical map of Brisbane Valley
German Baptist Churches in Queensland and the German Baptist Conference
1875-1910 Churches of Christ in Australia
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
An Account of the German Baptist Church History in Queensland

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Mt Walker pioneer graves Boonah

Mt Walker pioneer graves,, Boonah Shire


Address: Mount Walker township is in Boonah Shire west of Ipswich, 10 kms south of Rosewood.

There is small area holding some pioneer graves, with a memorial identifying the location erected by the Christ Church. These are on the Rosewood side of town. The church is in 'town'. On the other side of town is the Historic cemetery (formerly Mt Walker Public Cemetery).

Photographed: Sunday 17 April 2005

Established: bef 1905
#burials: 7
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Historical map of Brisbane Valley
German Baptist Churches in Queensland and the German Baptist Conference
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
An Account of the German Baptist Church History in Queensland

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Mudgeeraba

Mudgeeraba, Gold Coast, QLD


Address: Mudgeeraba, opposite Piallingo st
Opened: 1892 (Martha Elizabeth Laver), donated to Council in 1936 by the Laver family.
# graves: 1200 burials, 130 ashes interments (GCCC reference)

More information about
Mudgeeraba RSL Sub Branch
Mudgeeraba Agricultural Show
The Rotary Club of District Mudgeeraba Inc
OUR MUDGEERABA ELECTORATE
Very GC - Mudgeeraba
Mudgeeraba Statistical Profile
GCCC - Mudgeeraba Cemetery
GOLD COAST FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY INC
Somerset College - Laver House History
Martha Laver Family History and Genealogy
Elizabeth Laver Family History and Genealogy
William Laver

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Mudgeeraba Elsie Laver Park

Elsie Laver Park, Mudgeeraba, Gold Coast, Queensland


Address: Railway St, Mudgeeraba

The Cenotaph, Elsie Laver Park, Railway Street, Mudgeeraba includes a war memorial with individual plaques, and a number of historical plaques about individuals, families and battlegrounds. It also includes plaques of the histories of peioeers of the district which dates to the late 1800s.

More information about
Location for Anzac Day ceremonies.
Mudgeeraba RSL Sub Branch
Mudgeeraba Agricultural Show
The Rotary Club of District Mudgeeraba Inc
OUR MUDGEERABA ELECTORATE
Very GC - Mudgeeraba
Mudgeeraba Statistical Profile
GCCC - Mudgeeraba Cemetery
GOLD COAST FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY INC
Somerset College - Laver House History

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Mulgildie

Mulgildie, North Burnett Region


Address: Burnett highway, Mulgildie
Opened: approx. 1925
# graves: approx 83
Mulgildie is home to a bunyip. It's name was changed from Mulgeldie in 1945.

More information about
North Burnett Region - Mulgildie Cemetery
North Burnett Region -cemetery search
Colston and Wenk Genealogy Pages
Billion Graves: Mulgildie
Australian cemeteries Index: Mulgildie
Wikipedia Mulgildie
Queensland: Mulgildie
Queensland places: Mulgildie
Monto Shire cemetery inscriptions : Monto (Old & New), Mulgildie, Cania / Bundaberg Genealogical Association.

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Mundoolun Anglican Beaudesert

Mundoolun Anglican church and cemetery, Beaudesert


Address: Mundoolun Church Road, off Mundoolun Road.
sunmap 9542 , Brisways 721-C6, UBD(GC) 11-G2
Opened: approx. 1895
# graves: 160

St John The Evangelist Anglican Church Mundoolun Rd. Tamborine Village. Phone 07 5543 6383

(from Anglican archives record) BEAUDESERT - MUNDOOLUN ST JOHN'S Date Range: 1905 This church is managed under the R M Collins Trust. The trustees of this estate are also involved in the Tamrookum church. For greater details on the conditions of the trust, refer to the parish file of Beaudesert in Registry Correspondence, box 15, DC3.

More information about
Beaudesert Shire Council brochure on Churches
...settled at Mount Martin ("Mundoolun") in the Beaudesert District...
Baggs of Canungra (nearby churches)
The History Of Mundoolun

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Mungallala

Munglinup WA

Munglinup, WA


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - Munglinup Cemetery
Munglinup transcriptions

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Murphys Creek Gatton Shire

Murphys Creek, Lockyer Valley Region formerly Gatton Shire


Address: Cemetery Road, Murphys Creek, Lockyer Valley Region formerly Gatton Shire
(west of town)
Opened: approx. 1867
# graves: approx 90

More information about
Tourism of Murphy's Creek. (The nearby creek gave its name to the town just as Peter Murphy had given his name to the creek when he built his station nearby in 1841. Earlier it was known as Fingal.)
Placenames - Murphy's Creek
map and history of Murphy's Creek railway station
Murphys Creek Railway Complex
Wikipedia: Murphys Creek, Queensland

Photographed: 6 Aug 2006

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Murwillumbah Catholic NSW

Murwillumbah Catholic cemetery


Address: Kyogle Road, Bray Park, south west of Murwillumbah (or Oki Road)
Opened: 1932 (now closed for further burials)
# graves: ~2000?

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Brandis - names found in cemeteries of Tweed Heads

Photographed: May 2010

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Murwillumbah General NSW

Murwillumbah General, NSW


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

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Brandis - names found in cemeteries of Tweed Heads

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Murwillumbah Lawn NSW

Murwillumbah Lawn, NSW


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

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Brandis - names found in cemeteries of Tweed Heads

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Murwillumbah Old NSW

Murwillumbah Old, NSW. (Murwillumbah Sacred Park)


Address: Banner St, Murwillumbah
Opened: 1877 - 1974 (converted to park 1977)
# graves: 2348

More information about
Brandis - names found in cemeteries of Tweed Heads
Closing of Murwillumbah cemetery (1930)

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Mutdapilly cemetery Ipswich

Mutdapilly general cemetery, Ipswich City


Address: Mutdapilly - Churchbank Weir road
Mutdapilly township is on the border of Boonah Shire and Ipswich in the west of Ipswich, on the Cummingham highway.

Other towns nearby are Collyville and Warrill View. The cemetery is east of town.

Established: 1870
# graves: ~175
Other info:
Aboriginal place names - mutdapilly - sticky gully
Fassifern Lutheran Churches history
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
Ipswich boundary changes .

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Nambucca Heads main NSW

Nambucca Heads general


Address: Charlton St
Opened: approx. 1900
# graves:

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Nambucca Heads over lagoon NSW

Nambucca Heads (historic cemetery overlooking the Lagoon), NSW


Address: Parkes St, Nambucca Heads
Opened: 1883-1890
# graves: approx 2

More information about
Guide to Nambucca Heads

Photographed: Feb 2010

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Nambucca Heads over Shelly Beach NSW

Nambucca Heads (historic cemetery overlooking Shelly Beach), NSW


Address: Parkes St, Nambucca Heads
Opened: 1888-1903
# graves: approx 15

More information about
Guide to Nambucca Heads

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Nanango

Nanango Cemetery


Address:
Opened: approx. 1876?
# graves:

More information about
Nanango cemetery on interment.net (incomplete)

Maggie Rail's transcription for Nanango Cemetery
Kevin's burial register

Nanango shire - Look Up Cemetery Record Data Online
Colston and Wenk Genealogy pages
Sloan Family cemeteries and headstones
Rossow and Beitzel Genealogy pages - cemeteries and headstones
The Long Paddock - Nanango ...

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Nanango Old South Burnett

Burnett cemetery, Nanango original Cemetery, South Burnett Regional Council


Address: Hospital Terrace, Nanango
Opened: 1862-1876
# graves: 34

Burnett cemetery is the original cemetery for Nanango situated at bottom of hill below the hospital. It wasn't large enough for the needs of the town, so the graves were removed to present cemetery. (Source: the Dern Index)

More information about
Interment - Burnett cemetery, Nanango shire
Nanango Shire Cemeteries Database

Photographed: 28 Sept 2008

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Nikenbah Aalborg Danish Hervey Bay

Nikenbah / Aalborg Danish Cemetery, Hervey Bay


Address: Aalborg Road, off Chapel Road, Hervey Bay
Opened: 1877
# graves: ~65 (see reference 2)

More information about
Anders Jensen from Aalborg, Denmark
AALBORG DANISH CEMETERY or NIKENBAH, Hervey Bay, Wide Bay, Queensland, Australia
Hervey Bay Heritage Inventory
Queensland...Aalborg Danish Cemetery or Nikenbah. Hervey Bay
Interment.net Nikenbah Cemetery, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia

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Nobby Clifton

Nobby cemetery, Clifton Shire


Address: Mount Kent boundary rd, Nobby. (west from town on road at north end of main street)
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: ~200

More information about
wikipedia for Nobby
wikipedia for sister Elizabeth Kenny (famous for her innovative treatment of polio).
Elizabeth Kenny - (Australian Dictionary of Biography Online)
wikipedia for author Steele Rudd
ABC of Nobby
about-australia on Nobby
Clifton Shire Council
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)

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Noccundra SW QLD

Noccundra Cemetery


Address: Noccundra-Warry Warry Rd Nockatunga, far south west Queensland, Bulloo Shire
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: 13

More information about
Tom Blake - Historian
Thargomindah Tourism
Through Central NSW, To Outback QLD (Plus More, Final Report).

Photographed: by Tom Blake (copyright 2018)

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Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island Cemetery


Address: Kingston Cemetery, Kingston, Kingston, Norfolk Island
Opened: approx. 1825-1855
# graves:

More information about
Australian Cemeteries Index
Australian Cemeteries
Find-a-grave for Norfolk Island
Norfolk Island - the website - the cemetery
grave monuments in Kingston Cemetery, Kingston, Kingston, Norfolk Island
Wyatt family
Billion graves
Flikr photo set for Norfolk Island Cemetery
Flikr photo set for Norfolk Island Cemetery

Photographed: partial set by Peter Craig

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Norfolk Island Cascade

Norfolk Island - Phillipsburgh burial ground


Address: Cascade
Opened: approx. 1788-1814
# graves: 6 burials found, no remaining memorials.

When drilling holes for telephone (or power) poles some burials were uncovered. They are believed to be from the original first fleet settlement.

This site is believed to be part
of the burial ground connected
with Phillipsburgh  which was
settled during the first settlement
of the island in 1788-1814
Erected by the Norfolk Island Historical Society

More information about
CASCADE RESERVE PLAN OF MANAGEMENT
Norfolk Island map

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Norfolk Island Emily Bay

Emily Bay, Kingston, Norfolk Island


Address: Apparently in the area now occupied by Emily Bay prior to erosion.
Opened: approx. before 1796
# graves:

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Brabyn - Norfolk Island
John Brabyn
First Settlement Burial Site - George COLLINS
Norfolk Island 1st Settlement Workshop

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Norfolk Island Headstone Point

Headstone Point, Norfolk Island


Address: Headstone Point, Norfolk Island
Opened: 1850
# graves: 2

More information about
HEADSTONE RESERVE PLAN OF MANAGEMENT

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Norfolk Island Memorial park

Norfolk Island Memorial Park


Address: Middlegate Rd, just south of Collins Head Rd
Opened: 1995
# markers: 50

More information about
Monument Australia: Norfolk Island Memorial Park

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Norfolk Island St Barnabas

St Barnabas Chapel, Norfolk Island


Address: intersection of Anson Bay road/Douglas Drive and Headstone road
Opened: approx. 1881
# graves: ~70

This is the cemetery of St Barnabus chapel of melaneasian mission.

More information about
Trove: ST. BARNABAS' CHURCH, NORFOLK ISLAND.
BillionGraves: Saint Barnabas Chapel (Melanesian Mission) Graveyard
Pitcainers.org: St Barnabas Chapel
tripadvisor: St Barnabas Church and Melanesian Cemetery
Auckland Museum: Cemetery, looking W St. Barnabas, Norfolk Island
Find A Grave: Saint Barnabas Chapel Churchyard

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Normanton

Norseman WA

Norseman, WA


Address:
Opened: 1895
# graves: ~150
regular and open layout. New graves, and some older headstones too.

More information about
Norseman Cemetery Records
wikipedia: Norseman, Western Australia

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Northam Kartine WA

Northam Katrine St Saviours Church, WA


Address: Katrine on highway 120, Northam, Western Australia
Opened: after 1861
# graves: ~70

More information about
Swan Genealogy: St Saviour's, Katrine Cemetery
australias.guide: St Saviours Church Katrine
find a grave: St. Saviours Church Cemetery, Katrine
State Heritage: Katrine Precinct
Australian Cemeteries Index: Katrine Anglican Church

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North Branch Pittsworth

North Branch, Pittsworth shire, Queensland


Address: Gunbower Rd, North Branch, Pittsworth shire, Queensland
(due south of Pittsworth on Clifton rd, continuing straight onto Leslie Bridge rd, then turn west onto Gunbower rd.
Opened: 1877
# graves: ~140

More information about
Australian cemeteries index - North Branch
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

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North Shields SA

North Shields, South Australia


Address: Lincoln Highway, North Shields, SA. (bit north of Port Lincoln)
Opened: modern lawn beam
# graves: ~500

More information about
Lorraine's cemetery records - North Shields Cemetery
North Shields Garden of Memory Cemetery from gravesecrets.net
Port Lincoln cemeteries
BillionGraves - North Shields Cemetery North Shields, Flinders, South Australia
Find A Grave - https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/2509251/north-shields-cemetery
Flinders ranges research - North Shields Cemetery

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North Tumbulgum NSW

North Tumbulgum cemetery NSW


Address: Terranora Road, North Tumbulgum NSW. (On the northern side of the road in the rainforest above the road. There is a pull-over marked Historic Cemetery with the cemetery 200m up the hill in the rainforest).
Opened: 1883 - 1947
# graves: ~150

More information about
Interment for Tumbulgum
Tumbulgum Cemetery
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nswbelli/archive/tumbulgumcemetery.html
class photographs of pupils attending Fingal Head Public School
Morbid Outlook - art galleries - Cemetery Scenes
NSW - TUMBULGUM VILLAGE - ON THE TWEED RIVER
North Tumbulgum Cemetery
Brandis - names found in cemeteries of Tweed Heads

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Nudgee Catholic

Nudgee Catholic Cemetery, Brisbane


Address: St Vincents Rd, Nudgee
Opened: 1867
# graves:

More information about
Interment.net - Nudgee Catholic Cemetery - Queensland, Australia
Our Brisbane - Nudgee Catholic Cemetery
Brisbane City Council - Northgate Ward - Nudgee Cemetery
Vince Gair
Findagrave - Nudgee Catholic Cemetery
Australian obituary notices - Sue Doheny
nudgee cross

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Nundah cemetery Brisbane

Nundah (German Station) Cemetery, Brisbane.


Address: Hedley Ave, Nundah.
Opened: approx. 1862
More info
Our Brisbane photos
Descendants of William Darben
Nundah Historic Cemetery
Nundah and Districts Historical Society
An account of the beginnings of settlement at Nundah : And the development of that suburb until 1890 (Masters thesis by E. Roberts 1966)

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Nundah cemetery Brisbane/Nundah William Darben

Nundah cemetery Brisbane/Nundah William Darben/Media

Nundah cemetery Brisbane/Nundah William Darben/Scripts

Nundah cemetery Brisbane/Nundah William Darben/Scripts/Widgets

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Nyngan NSW

Nyngan, NSW


Address: Nyngan, NSW
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: denominational (inc Chinese) ~1000 with newer section grassed and lawn beams. Generally all very readable.

More information about
On Australian Cemeteries Index
Chinese Graves and Burner at Nyngan Cemetery
Wikipedia: Nyngan-NSW

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Old Onslow WA

Old Onslow


Address: In the ruins of the town of Old Onslow.
Opened: 1885 - 1925
# graves:

The original town of Onslow was abandoned around 1925 after one too many cyclones. A new town was built on the other side of the bay. The ruins are Old Onslow, and are (apparently) accessible by car. We only reached the outskirts and found the remnants of trivia markers for some parts of town which themselves had been bleached white. There is a book in the Onslow Museum with the burial records for Old Onslow cemetery.

More information about
Shire of Ashburton - history of Onslow
Warlu Way - Onslow
Onslow
Australian Explorer - Onslow attractions
Travelling Oz - Onslow
Onslow Sun Chalets Things to do in and around Onslow
Flight Centre - Old Town Site of Onslow

Photographed: Sep 2009

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Oodnadatta pioneer SA

Oodnadatta (pioneer), South Australia


Address: 200m from pub. (Current cemetery looks about 1km further)
Opened: approx. 1891 - 1898
# graves: 6 (NLA photo shows a memorial possibly in the new cemetery)
There is/was also an Afghan Cemetery in Oodnadatta.

More information about
National Library of Australia - Cemetery at Oodnadatta
Historic Graves, Oodnadatta, Oodnadatta Track, Outback, South Australia
Wikipedia: Oodnadatta, South Australia

Photographed: Nov, 2007

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Palen Creek St James Catholic

St James Catholic church cemetery, Palen Creek


Address: Mt Lindesay Highway, Beaudesert Shire
Opened: approx. 1904
# graves: ~170

More information about
Interment (partial transcription)
JOHN YORE: First person buried on the land donated by himself for the Palen Creek Church and cemetery
National Estate: Historic Values - QLD south east historic and Social Values
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: To 19 Feb 2006

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Parkhouse Cemetery Beaudesert

Parkhouse Cemetery, Beaudesert


Address: Veivers Rd, near Curtis Rd, Wolffdene, Beaudesert. (off Quinzeh Creek Road)
Opened: approx. 1889
also known as "Cedar Creek".
More information about Cemetery Parkhouse index

Chambers Flat Cemetery Trust and Chambers Flat Cemetery Register Of Graves

Photographed: 5 Jun 2005

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Peachester Cemetery Caloundra City

Peachester Cemetery, Caloundra City


Address: Cemetery Road, Croamhurst(Peachester), Caloundra City.
(north of Brisbane. Brisbane UBD, Sunshine Coast section Map 94 J12)
Opened: 1905
# graves: 90
More information about
Joy Byrne's 1996 transcription
The book on the cemetery including history and register, by Peachester History Committee
Peachester Cemetery, History and Register, compiled by
the Peachester History Committee, March 2004.

  Peachester History Committee
  c/- Helen Page
  1393 Peachester Road
  Peachester Qld 4519
Information about the cemetery is provided on a noticeboard in the cemetery.


Caloundra City Council
Keep Australia Beautiful - Outstanding Accomplishment Award - Peachester History Committee
Church photos for Peachester

Photographed: 25 June 2005

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Peak Downs

Peak Downs (Capella)


Address: end of Walsh Street, Capella, Central Highlands Region (formerly Peak Downs)
Opened: 1893
# graves: ~300

More information :

Capella aquatic centre

Capella Cemetery on interment.net

Capella Cemetery on "Find A Grave

Central Highlands Regional Council

Record Holding LOCAL GOVERNMENT - CAPELLA. PEAK DOWNS SHIRE COUNCIL, PEAK DOWNS STREET, CAPELLA, 4702

memorial to old Capella cemetery

Wikipedia: Capella, Queensland

Photographed: Aug 2016

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Penneshaw Kangaroo Island SA

Penneshaw cemetery, Kangaroo Island, South Australia.


Address: Howard Drive, Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island, South Australia.
Opened: 1868
# graves: ~200

The first officially recorded burial at this site was Frederick Ebert in 1868, though the area was not surveyed as a public cemetery until 1876.

Before 1868, and in some cases after this date, deceased persons in the Dudley District were buried near to where they had lived or died. Some of these sites are known, but too many have been lost to local knowledge over time and much is left to conjecture.

Penneshaw was known as "Hog Bay" until 1884.

Some of the people buried here were pre-colonial settlers who had made the eastern end of Kangaroo Island their home, many years before the landing in July 1836 at Reeves Point of pioneering families brought out from England by the South Australian Company.

Many of the headstones come from the mainland. Locally used materials include Windmill Beach rocks and more recently slate.

Penneshaw cemetery was heritage listed in 1995. More comprehensive information about Dudley District pioneers is available at the Penneshaw Maritime and Folk Museum.

More information about
OZburials - transcription of Penneshaw
Kangaroo Island Council
Gravesecrets - Penneshaw Cemetery $15 GPS South 35.43.21 East 137.55.21 Photographed 12th June 2010
Flinders Ranges research - Penneshaw Cemetery, Kangaroo Island
Australian Cemeteries - Penneshaw Cemetery Formerly known as Hog Bay Cemetery
Susan Marsden, A short history of Kangaroo Island

Photographed: (incomplete) Dec 2011

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Penong SA

Penong, SA


Address:
Opened: 1892
# graves: ~100

More information about
PENONG & SURROUNDING DISTRICTS
wikipedia: Penong, South Australia

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Penrith StStephens

St Stephen the Martyr Anglican Church, Penrith, NSW


Address: situated behind the Church (High Street) on Fulton Lane, Penrith (UBD 163, L11).
Opened: 16 July 1839 (- 1943)
# graves:
These photos are of the GALE family.
More information about
St Stephen's Cemetery
St Stephens's church
History of the City of Penrith
Penrith Family History resources

Photographed: 2000?

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Pichi Richi SA

Pichi Richi, SA


Address: on the land owned by the old brewery restaurant : opposite the shearing shed
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about told there is a homestead cemetery with 8 burials with one remaining memorial on the land owned by the old brewery restaurant : opposite the shearing shed
Pichi Richi Cemetery

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Pike Private Cemetery Woolooga Gympie Regional Council

Pike Private Cemetery, Woolooga, Gympie Regional Council


Address: Directions are turn off the Woolooga - Bauple road into Pikes Road and turn into the laneway leading to the old Pike Farmhouse. The plot is located beside the laneway to the old Pike farmhouse.

John Thomas Pike and Eliza Drock who are buried at a private cemetery plot at the original Pike farm at Woolooga. They were original pioneers to the area. The attached photos were taken by my brother Graham Pike in 2009 when he visited the grave.
Opened: approx. 1900
# graves: 2

Research contact: John Pike (great grandson), Email: pikelet50@optusnet.com.au Ph: (07) 3281 5662.

More information about
Australian cemeteries index - Pike Family Private

Photographed: Graham Pike in 2009 (Copyright)

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Pilton Station Toowoomba Region

Pilton Station, Toowoomba Region


Address: Pilton Valley Rd, (opposite Pilton State School), near Gatton-Clifton Rd, Pilton
Opened: 1876 - 1907
# graves: 11 (based on list on memorial cairn)

More information about
monument australia - Pilton Station Memorial
Memorial plaque unveiled at Pilton cemetery

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Pimpama Island Gold Coast

Pimpama Island, Gold Coast (also known as Norwell)


Address: Behms Road (near Skopps Road), Jacobs Well, Gold Coast UBD307-K6
Opened: approx. 1880
More information about
Interment.net - Pimpama Island Cemetery Gold Coast City, Queensland, Australia
Australian Cemeteries - Pimpama Island Cemetery
Alberton Lutheran Parish
Beenleigh and Surgarcane Land Heritage Inventory 2006
John Riesenweber ancestry
Dorothy Riesenweber ancestry
Pimpama Island: Queensland Places
Queensland Places: Albert Shire

Photographed: 25 May 2008

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Pimpama Uniting Gold Coast

Pimpama Uniting, Gold Coast


Address: Old Pacific Highway, Pimpama, Gold Coast City
Opened: approx. 1882
# graves: ~570
More information about
Gold Coast City Council - Cemeteries
The Pimpama Uniting Church & War Memorial
Australasia Church Albums - Pimpama Uniting Church & Cemetery, Pimpama, QLD
Pimpama Cemetery Gold Coast City - Interment.net transcription
Living Rivers Uniting Church - Coomera, Pimpama and Nerang
Pimpama: Queensland Places
Queensland Places: Albert Shire

Photographed: Mar 2007

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Pine Mountain Anglican

Pine Mountain Anglican, Ipswich


Address: off Russels Rd, Near Pine Mountain Road, Pine Mountain, Ipswich
Opened: approx. 1886
# graves:
St Peter's Anglican at Pine Mountain opened around 1886, and closed around 1962

More information about
Country Churches in Ipswich
Pine Mountain History
closed Anglican Churches
Series RBUIS206 - Details of specifications for church buildings and other associated structures within the Diocese of Brisbane
Park Name Origins - The Cricket Pitch whose previous owners were the Anglican Church
Pine Mountain & Districts Historical Society Inc

Photographed: 8 Apr 2006

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Pine Mountain Catholic

Pine Mountain Catholic (St Michael's), Ipswich


Address: Pine Mountain Road, Pine Mountain (Near Russels Rd), Ipswich
Opened: approx. 1869
# graves:

More information about
Country Churches in Ipswich
Pine Mountain History
Pine Mountain & Districts Historical Society Inc

Photographed: 8 Apr 2006

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Pine Mountain Congregational

Pine Mountain Congregational Church cemetery, Ipswich


Address: Between Pine Mountain Road and Stokes Road, Pine Mountain, Ipswich
Opened: approx. 1880s
# graves: 16 (2 headstones found) There are the remains of fences around other graves, but no headstones.

The cemetery is known locally as Betsy's Bush. (Betsy was the Elizabeth Cox who is buried here).

More information about
Country churches - Ipswich
Pine Mountain & Districts Historical Society Inc

Photographed: Sep 2006

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Pinnaroo Lawn Cemetery Bridgeman Downs Brisbane

Pinnaroo Lawn Cemetery, Bridgeman Downs, Brisbane


Address:
Opened: 1962
# graves:

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Plainland Lutheran Laidley Shire

Plainland Lutheran Cemetery, Lockyer Valley Region formerly Laidley Shire


Address: Cemetery Road, Plainland, Lockyer Valley Region formerly Laidley Shire. (south of Warrego Highway, turn just west of Plainland towards Laidley)
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: 180
More information about:

Laidley Cultrural Heritage
Wikipedia: Plainland

Photographed: 17 July 2005

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Polson Hervey Bay

Polson cemetery, Point Vernon, Hervey Bay (now Fraser Coast Regional Council)


Address: Corser Street, Point Vernon, Hervey Bay
Opened: approx. 1887?
# graves:

More information about
Polson Cemetery burial register (Fraser Coast COuncil)
Interment.net - Polson
Fraser Coast Regional Council cemeteries
Queensland Places - Point Vernon
Memorial to the Kanakas
Life Story of WILHELM STEHBENS (1853-1910) - Researched and compiled by Ian Stehbens
The WEDEMEYERs of Eastern Australia
Polson burial register (reference) also Polson Cemetery, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia : all existing tombstones (reference)
The Dern index covers this cemetery (1993).
Family of David William Waldock
Vanderdrift, Engelbert Nicolaas

Photographed: (Partial Aug 2009)

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Pomona

Pomona, Noosa shire


Address: Kin Kin Road
Opened: 1896
# graves: ~400

More information about
interment.net - Pomona
Australian Cemeteries Index - Pomona (incomplete)
BillionGraves : Pomona
Sunshine Coast Daily: Take a walk on the graveside: Pomona Cemetery tells its tales, Council plan plots burial growth
RSL virtual war memorial : Pomona Cemetery, Qld

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Port Augusta New West SA

Port Augusta (New West) cemetery SA


Address: Old Tarcoola Road
Opened: approx. 1924
# graves:

More information about
Australian cemeteries - "New" Westside Cemetery
Port Augusta Council
Family Members sought to identify Graves at Port Augusta Cemetery 14 May 2007
wikipedia: Port Augusta, South Australia

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Port Augusta SA

Port Augusta general cemetery SA


Address: Carlton Parade
Opened: approx. 1883
# graves:

More information about
Australian cemeteries - Port Augusta General Cemetery
Port Augusta Council
Family Members sought to identify Graves at Port Augusta Cemetery 14 May 2007
wikipedia: Port Augusta, South Australia

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Port Augusta West SA

Port Augusta (West) cemetery SA


Address: Caroona Road
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - "Old" Westside Cemetery
Port Augusta Council
Family Members sought to identify Graves at Port Augusta Cemetery 14 May 2007
wikipedia: Port Augusta, South Australia

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Port Douglas

Port Douglas, Douglas Shire


Address: Davidson Street, Port Douglas. Located on the main Road into Port Douglas
Opened: Feb 1878
# graves: ~500

More information about
Douglas shire council
findagrave: Port Douglas Cemetery
BillionGraves: Port Douglas Cemetery
Douglas Shire Historical Society : Brief history of Port Douglas, Far North Queensland and map
FamilySearch: microfilm of cemetery transacriptions
Cairns Regional Council: cemetery Search
RSL virtual war memorial: Port Douglas

Photographed: Aug 2016

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Port Hedland old WA

Port Hedland Pioneer cemetery


Address: Sutherland St, Cemetery beach, Port Hedland
Opened: 1912 - 1968
# graves: 522 (plus many unregistered)

More information about
Town of Port Hedland - Cultural Development
Port Hedland map

Photographed: Sep 2009

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Port Macquarie historic NSW

Port Macquarie Historic Cemetery (Allman Hill)


Address: Gordon Street, Port Macquarie
Opened: 1824-1886
# graves: 1500

More information about
Hastings Council - Port Macquarie Historic Cemetery
NSW Dept Environment: Port Macquarie First (Allman Hill) Burying Ground 1822 - 1824
Australian Cemeteries Index: Cemetery 568 - Allman Hill Historic
Find A Grave: Allman Hill Historic Cemetery
Short Family Tree: Allman Hill Historic Cemetery, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
OLD HIBBARB CEMETERY ON THE HASTINGS RIVER PORT MACQUARIE
BillionGraves: Hibbard Cemetery
Church of St Thomas Port Macquarie Early Parish Register
ABC: History mystery uncovered in Port Macquarie
Port Macquarie Heritage - Walking Tours
BDA online - Church registers
Australian Heritage: Port Macquarie

Photographed: Feb 2010

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Port Neill Eyre Peninsula SA

Port Neill, Eyre Peninsula, SA


Address:
Opened: after 1903
# graves:

More information about
District Council of Tumby Bay cemetery registers (Koppio, Lipson, Port Neill, Tumby Bay)
wikipedia Port Neill, South Australia

Photographed: Incomplete - Nov 2007

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Pratten Southern Downs

Pratten, Southern Downs Region


Address: Lester St, Pratten
Opened: approx. 1872
# graves: 20 (175 SDRC)

More information about
aAustralian Cemeteries Index - Pratten
interment.net Pratten Cemetery Warwick Shire, Queensland, Australia
[AUS-QLD] Pratten Cemetery Via Warwick
Warwick Daily News - Residents label replaced cemetery fence an eyesore and New fence to stay but council will recreate old look
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Pullenvale

Pullenvale, Brisbane


Address: off driveway to 237 Haven Rd, Pullenvale.
large reserve off to left of 4WD track up hill, driveway may be marked Gem St.
Opened: approx. 1876
# graves: 1
Burials in Pullenvale cemetery [The Local Bulletin]
NamebornDied
Adam James Furley Walker 18391879
Adam Walker
infant son of Adam James Furley Walker and Agnes McLauchlan
18731876
William Walker
infant son of Adam James Furley Walker and Agnes McLauchlan
18781879
Margaret Herron
infant daughter of Thomas Herron and Ann Jane Gray
1879
Robert Irwin
son of William James Irwin and Christina McKay
1888
Samuel Ballard
son of Samuel Ballard and Eliza Lewis
1885
Mabel Ballard
daughter of Thomas Lewis Ballard and Elizabeth A. Pellatt.
1883
Louisa Ballard
daughter of Thomas Lewis Ballard and Elizabeth A. Pellatt.
1883

More information about
PIONEERS MEMORIAL RETURNED TO GRAVE [extract]
The Pullen Pullen - Ritual Conflict in Southeast Queensland
Toowong Library Local History Folder
Historical depictions of the Brisbane River
BRISbites - suburb Pullenvale
Other cemetery on Pullenvale Road at Rafting Ground
Descendants of Moggill Pioneers

Photographed: 13 Aug 2006

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Pullenvale/RaftingGround

Rafting Ground (Old Moggill)? in Pullenvale


Address: Hawkesbury Rd somewherePullenvale Road, Pullenvale. (Opposite Rafting Ground parks)
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: 2

More information
Descendants of Moggill Pioneers
No memorials could be found. The area is now a sports field.


According to a book "Mud maps of Moggill" by Libby Wager [1988] (BCC library 994.21 MUD), This was Moggill (old) cemetery. It is now the Council dump on Pullenvale Road near Rafting Ground Park. Two Heathwood children were buried here, their graves enclosed in a picket fence. Later a gum tree marked the spot.

The location in Pullenvale Road appears to be completely wrong, and was most likely in Hawkesbury Rd, Moggill, QLD. Brisbane City Council has apparently surveyed the Pullenvale Road area with ground penetrating radar and has not found evidence of graves.

Photographed: Dec 2006

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Queensland Cemeteries and Burial Places

Queensland Cemeteries and Burial Places/Maps

Quilpie

Quorn SA

Quorn, SA


Address:
Opened: approx. 1888
# graves: 1000-2000
dry and dusty but pretty good condition. 1888-present

More information about
Quorn Cemetery Current Headstone List (Australian Cemeteries)
Quorn Cemetery
Abandoned Australia - Quorn cemetery
Wikipedia: Quorn, South Australia

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Ravensbourne Crows Nest

Ravensbourne cemetery, Crows Nest Shire


Address: Ravensbournen Dip Road, Ravensbourne
Opened: approx. 1906
# graves: ~75

The cemetery is run by Trustees, not Shire Council.

More information about
Crows Nest - story of settlement
Ravensbourne National Park
Kiosk at Ravensbourne, 1925. [Picture Queensland] and again 1930s (in national park)
Converted church
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
Crows Nest: Queensland Places
Crows Nest Shire: Queensland Places


Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search) Photographed: 22 Apr 2007

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Ravensbourne Crows Nest/Ravensbourne Church

Ravensthorpe WA

Ravensthorpe, west australia


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - Ravensthorpe
wikipedia: Ravensthorpe, Western Australia

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Ravenswood

Ravenswood Cemetery


Address: 63 Cemetery Road, Ravenswood.
Opened: approx. 1868
# graves: ~300

More information about
Cemeteries Search - Charters Towers Regional Council
findmypast - QUEENSLAND, RAVENSWOOD CEMETERY HEADSTONES INDEX
Australian Cemeteries Index - Cemetery 720 - Ravenswood
Hidden graves unearthed in North Queensland
Facebook - RAVENSWOOD CEMETERY, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA
Queensland Places
Queensland Historical atlas

Photographed: 2016 (just general view)

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Redcliffe

Redcliffe


Address: MacDonnell Rd Redcliffe, Qld
Opened: Nov 1864
# graves:

More information about
Interment.net - Redcliffe cemetery
Moreton Bay Regional Council operates 8 cemeteries and 1 memorial garden
Moreton Bay Region Cemeteries Database

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Redland Bay Cemetery QLD

Redland Bay Cemetery, Redland Shire


Address: Gordon Road, Redland Bay
Opened: 1907
# graves:

More information about
Redland Bay: People and Places from the Early Days
Serpentine Creek Road Cemetery (the old cemetery)

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Redland Bay Serpentine Creek

Serpentine Creek Cemetery, Redlands Shire


Address: Serpentine Creek Road, Redlands Shire
Opened: approx. 1890
# graves:

More information about
Redlands heritage saluted at Serpentine Creek Cemetery
Greening Australia
Friends of Serpentine Creek Cemetery Mrs Kath Hughes 3829 0239
Redland Bay tourism
Grave problem for our heritage
Register of Heritage Places (Redland Shire)
Redlands 'answers'
Map of Redlands
A Wik Family History
Heritage, Preservation, Restoration etc : Redlands Cemetery (QLD, AU) gets makeover.
Moreton Bay History
historical and environmental information on each of the Moreton Bay Islands

Photographed: 12 Mar 2006

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Redlands Heritage Pioneer Cleveland

Redlands Heritage Pioneer Cemetery,Cleveland


Address: Lisa St, Cleveland, Redland Shire
Opened: approx. 1860
# graves: 1 memorial
More information about
Rhonda May Demarco
Cleveland Heritage Trail
Moreton Bay History
historical and environmental information on each of the Moreton Bay Islands

Photographed: 12 Mar 2006

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Richmond

Richmond pioneer

Rockhampton North

North Rockhampton


Address: Yaamba Road (Cnr Moores Creek Road) North Rockhampton (entrance on Yaamba Road near pedestrian overpass)
Opened: approx. 1890
# graves: ~24000

More information about
Rockhampton Region burial indexes
Rockhampton Region - North Rockhampton cemetery
find a grave - North Rockhampton cemetery
Billion graves - North Rockhampton cemetery
Australian Cemeteries - Rockhampton
interment.net - North Rockhampton cemetery

Photographed: 2002 (partial)

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Rockhampton South

South Rockhampton Cemetery


Address: Upper Dawson Road, Allenstown
Opened: 1862
# graves: ~17000

More information about
Burial Indexes - Rockhampton Regional Council
South Rockhampton Cemetery - Rockhampton Regional Council
South Rockhampton Cemetery in Allenstown, Queensland - Find A Grave
South Rockhampton Cemetery | Heritage Register
Wikipedia - South Rockhampton Cemetery
Free Settler or Felon - South Rockhampton Cemetery
Billion Graves - South Rockhampton Cemetery, Allenstown, Queensland, Australia
Australian Cemeteries - Rockhampton

Photographed: 2002 (partial)

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Roebourne WA

Old Roebourne Cemetery, WA


Address: Andover Way,Roebourne
Opened: approx. 1882?
# graves:

More information about
NLA - Australian Newspapers - Roebourne Cemetery
abc.net.au - Council to formalise cemetery's closure

Photographed: Sep 2009

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Rolleston

Rookwood NSW

Rookwood, Cemetery, NSW


Address:
Opened: approx. 1868
# graves:

More information about
Rookwood Anglican and General Cemeteries
Wikipedia: Rookwood Cemetery

Photographed: 2001 (incomplete)

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Ropeley Lutheran

Immanuel Lutheran church cemetery, Ropeley, Lockyer Valley Region formerly Gatton Shire


Address: Ropeley-Rockside road, north of Wesslings Road.
Opened: approx. 1901
# graves: ~250

Also in Ropeley

  • Ropeley Zion Lutheran, in the parish of Tenthill. Ropeley Zion Lutheran church records from 1912 - 1929 are held at Emmanuel Lutheran Church Ropeley. The churches amalgamated in Jan 1923. [Was this across the road from school (to the north) in the small fenced reserve?
  • Ropeley Scandinavian Lutheran

Immanuel Lutheran Church - Ropeley

More information about
Wikipedia: Ropeley, Queensland
Tarampa and Lockyer area Aboriginal stories
Harold Bischoff's My Life

In Deep Gully: When a school was erected at Deep Gully there was some confusion over the name and the area was then renamed ROPELY. Further up the Gully into the hills another school was also built in 1902 on the property once belong to CLT Dionysius. This area was given the name ROCKSIDE. Many German families lived in this area and the Ropeley Lutheran Church in 1923 became one of the largest Lutheran congreations in Qld.

In 1914 a Queensland Lutheran Conference was held at Ropeley and was reported in The Australian Lutheran (a newspaper now available on CD-ROM). Read about the conference here (see pages 5-6). Note that the article uses the "Ropely" spelling.

Photographed: 16 Apr 2006

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Ropeley Scandinavian Lutheran

Ropeley Scandinavian Lutheran Cemetery, Lockyer Valley Region formerly Gatton Shire


Address: corner Ropley Road and Olm Road, Gatton Shire
Opened: approx. 1891
# graves: ~25

More information about
Wikipedia: Ropeley, Queensland
Jan HOGER research on Ropeley Scandanavian Lutheran Cemetery
Also in Ropeley were/are Zion Lutheran and Immanuel Lutheran.
Tarampa and Lockyer area Aboriginal stories
Immanuel Lutheran Church - Ropeley

Photographed: 28 May 2006

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Ropeley Scandinavian Lutheran/JanHoger

Rosedale Gladstone Region

Rosedale cemetery, Gladstone region


Address: Ferry road, Rosedale (North of Rosedale, south of Baffle Creek)
Opened: approx. 1892
# graves: ~70

Also known as Rosedale-Tottenham Cemetery.

More information about

Gladstone regional council local heritage register - Rosedale-Tottenham Cemetery. or here or a copy taken Jan 2020
Find A Grave - Rosedale Cemetery
Giuseppe Pagliano

Photographed: Aug 2016

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Rosedale Gladstone Region/from 1997

Rosevale Catholic

Rosevale St Patrick's Catholic cemetery, Boonah Shire


Address: Rosevale-Aratula Road, Rosevale, Boonah Shire
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: ~67

More information about
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Ipswich boundary changes .
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 5 Mar 2006

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Rosevale Church of Christ

Rosevale Church of Christ


Address: Rosewood-Aratula Road, Rosevale, Boonah Shire. (east and south of Rosevale)
Opened: approx. 1896
# graves: 77

More information about
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Ipswich boundary changes .
1875-1910 Churches of Christ in Australia
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 5 Mar 2006

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Rosevale Lutheran

Rosevale St Paul's Lutheran Church (and cemetery)


Address: (church) Rosewood-Aratula Road (North of town)
(cemetery) Lutheran cemetery road (heading south from church, take second left (just before reaching Catholic church) cross one road and follow bend to left)
Opened: approx. 1881
# graves:

Originally on this sit was St. Laurentius Church (1881 - 1928)

St Laurentius was erected 1881, to provide a worship place for German Lutherans who had settled the area, dedicated by Pastors Goessling and Heiner, from Kirchheim (Laidley) and Ipswich. It was served from Laidley until 1900, when it realigned with Ipswich Parish..

1905 had their own pastor, Pr Doblies, who eventually lived in small manse near the church...

Church destroyed by fire in 1928. Rosewood Lutheran Cemetery marks the site where St Laurentius stood for nearly 50 years...

Because the Rosevale settlement had moved further west, the church was rebuilt at its current site, on land leased by Mr W.Borchert... New church dedicated 1929, currently served from Rosewood.
Ref Lutheran Church

More information about
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Ipswich boundary changes .
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

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Rosevale Methodist

Rosevale Methodist relocated memorials, Boonah Shire


Address: Corner of Aratula-Rosevale road and C. Zahnow Road, Rosevale, Boonah Shire. (Across road from telephone exchange, on corner with main road).
Opened: approx. 1898
# graves: 7
This appears to be a collection of relocated headstones as the memorials are placed to close together to be graves. They are at the front of a separately fenced field that may have once housed a church (speculation).

The Rosevale Methodist Church opened in 1887 (or 1884) on land gifted by Mr and Mrs Brewer. The church was demolished in October 1960.

The site of the Methodist Church on the corner of C Zahnow road is marked only by five headstones. The 3/4 acre block of land was donated by Jack Christensen to the Methodists - a testament to the support shown by neighbours in the early days as jack was a staunch of the Church of Christ. When the Methodist congregation dwindled and it was decided to close the church (it was moved to Harrisville) the Boonah parish decided to shift the headstones to the site of the block and sell the land. The graves were not moved - only the headstones.
[Reference: Fassifern Guardian : 3 & 10 May 2006]

More information about

Centenary 1884-1984 Rosevale State School
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
COMERFORD FAMILY GENEALOGY
Ipswich boundary changes .

Photographed: 5 Mar 2006

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Rosevale Sellars Private

Rosevale - Church of England (St Stephen's) Burial Ground, Boonah Shire.

(We previously has this listed as Sellars Family Private Cemetery, Rosevale)
Address: Lutheran Church Cemetery Road, near intersection with Sellars Road, Rosevale
Opened: (Church) 1887 - 1962
# graves: 2
From research contact Jerry Vanclay jvanclay@scu.edu.au -:

The 'Sellars Family Private Cemetery' at Rosevale is the former Anglican Cemetery - see attached extracts from The Queensland Times (2 Feb 1892 and 4 March 1926). (My wife is a descendant of Joseph Sellars).

I suspect, but havent yet been able to resolve, that it is also the site of the former St Stephens Anglican Church at Rosevale. In 1890, Mr J Sellars donated half an acre of land and a building for use as an Anglican church; in 1950 the building was relocated to Harrisville for use as a parish hall.


More information about
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire
Anglican Archives (Diocese of Brisbane) - Closed Churches

Obituary - Joseph Sellars
Obituary - Eliza Sellars
Ipswich boundary changes .
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 9-Apr-2006

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Rosevale Sellars Private/JerryVanclay

Rosewood Uniting Ipswich

Rosewood Uniting Church Columbarium wall, Ipswich


Address: Main street Rosewood
Opened: approx. 1980
# graves: ~70
More information about
the wisdon seat

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Rubyvale

Sacred Heart Catholic columbarium Sandgate Brisbane

Sacred Heart Catholic columbarium, Sandgate, Brisbane


Address: 188 Brighton Road, Sandgate (Brisbane, Queensland)
# memorials: 16
Photographed: Apr 2005

See also:
Sacred heart catholic church photos
Sacred Heart Catholic Church at Sandgate, ca. 1930 from John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church at Sandgate, ca. 1920

Photographed: Sunday 10 April 2005

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Samford

Samsonvale

Samsonvale Cemetery, Pine Rivers


Address: Gold's Scrub Lane, Pine Rivers. (Between Samford and Dayboro)
Opened: 8 Apr 1911 (gazetted), 1 Apr 1912 (first burial)
# graves: 150-200 (includes memorial plaques)

Adjacent to the site of the old Presbyterian Church. The church was built in 1884 on land donated by the GOLD family.It closed in 1969(?) and was eventually demolished in 1973 after acquisition by the water board which controls nearby North Pine Dam. Prior to this, a church operated from the provisional school from 1875.
More information about
Dayboro Cemetery and Samsonvale Cemetery
Samford Historical Museum Society and
Samford Historical Museum
Bunya, Dayboro, Lawnton, Samford & Samsonvale Cemeteries: MIs (available at QFHS)
Pine Rivers Cemeteries
Samsonvale Run
Samford and Dayboro day trip
Moreton Bay Region Cemeteries Database
See also "In loving Memory of: the History of burials in the Pine Rivers Shire", Melva A Welch, Pine Rivers Shire Council. This excellent book contains burial registers, trustee lists as well as history.

In 1988 the local Community Group organised for a QIT Landscape Architectural student to do a thesis on the conservation of the Samsonvale Cemetery. He prepared a very detailed document that provided a great deal of imformation about the cemetery, the history of the area and the people buried in the cemetery at that stage. There is a copy in the Pine Rivers Shire Council Library. Details shown below.

Item Information Catalog Record 
CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT STRATEGY FOR SAMSONVALE HISTORIC CEMETERY
Apelt, R. J. 

Publisher:      Brisbane: G.D.L.A. QIT.
Pub date:       1988   
Copy info:      1 copy available at Strathpine Library.
        Copy    Material        Location       
LH929.5 APE     1       Local Studies   On shelf       

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Sandgate BaldHills cemetery Brisbane

Sandgate Bald Hills cemetery Brisbane

Address: Cnr Pellinore and Barrett Streets, Bracken Ridge

Opened: 1877

More information:
Bald Hills: Queensland Places
Sandgate: Queensland Places
Bald Hills: Wikipedia
Sandgate: Wikipedia


# graves: ~1300

Photographed: Apr 2007

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Saphire

Selkirk The Borders Scotland

Selkirk Old Kirk, The Borders, Scotland


Address: Kirk Wynd, Selkirk, Scotland
Opened: bef: 1500
# graves: 467

More information about
Selkirkshire Antiquarian society
Old kirk, Selkirk
Borders Family History Society - Gravestones Index - All Surnames

Photographed: 2001

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Sheringa SA

Sheringa SA (near town)


Address:
Opened:
# graves: ~50

More information about
Sheringa Cemetery Index (from Forever Remembered)
Colton Catholic Cemetery Index
District Council of Elliston Cemetery search
Gravesecrets - Colton Catholic

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Sherwood cemetery Brisbane

Sherwood Anglican Cemetery


Address: Sherwood Road, Sherwood.
Opened: approx. 1870
#graves: ~1150
More information is available on Church history and Cemetery info (contemporary)

Photographed: Friday 25 March 2005

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Silverleigh Lutheran Rosalie

Silverleigh Lutheran cemetery, Rosalie Shire


Address: Volls rd, off Acland-Silverleigh rd, Silverleigh
Opened: approx. 1905 (-1967 church closure)
# graves: ~50

More information about
German Settlement on the Darling Downs Queensland
Wikipedia: Silverleigh, Queensland

Photographed: Apr 2007

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Silver Spur

Silver Spur, Goondiwindi


Address: end of Spooners Road off Waverley Lane, ~4km North west of Silver Spur, ~9km east of Texas (on Stanthorpe-Texas road)
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: 3

More information :


Goondiwindi region cemeteries
Locationin Queensland Globe
Wikipedia: Silver Spur, Queensland

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Silverton NSW

Silverton, NSW


Address:
Opened: 1888
# graves:

huge 42 acre in salt bush. Graves are spread all over, and it seems outside fenced area. ~200 headstones, but very spread. well preserved. Headstones dating 1890-1925 were what we saw.

More information about
Silverton Sights
Silverton trust
Exploroz - Silverton - NSW
Silverton Cemetery photos
Wikipedia - Silverton, NSW
Flikr - photos tagged Silverton
Visited Planet - Silverton
Photos Near SILVERTON NSW
Silverton Hotel, Silverton, near Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia
Outback Towns, New South Wales

Photographed: Incomplete Nov 2007

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SlacksCreek

St Marks Anglican Cemetery, Daisy Hill (Formerly Slacks Creek)


Address: 41 Winnetts Road. (UBD 242 Q8), Daisy Hill
Opened: 1883
# graves: ~120
From the Logan City link below

St Marks Anglican Cemetery, Daisy Hill (Formerly Slacks Creek)

St Marks cemetery dates back to 1883 when the donors of the land, the Gomersalls were buried here. The church committee was formed in 1900 and the church was built in 1901. Many members of the original parish council are buried on the site including Thomas White, Thomas Usher, Robert Gomersall, Frederick Armstrong and William Winnett. A new church was built in 1977 to accommodate the growing congregation. The old church and cemetery were heritage listed at the time of their centenary in 2001.
More information about
St Marks Anglican Cemetery, Daisy Hill (Formerly Slacks Creek) - burial register
A brief history of Logan
Transcriptions from Saint Mark Anglican Historic Cemetery Logan City Shire, Queensland, Australia
Australasia Church Albums
Logan City Cemeteries
Old St Mark's Anglican Church - EPA/QPWS
St Marks Anglican Cemetery, Daisy Hill (Formerly Slacks Creek)
St Mark's Anglican Church
PictureAustralia - St. Mark's Anglican Church and in 1988 and with cemetery
Placenames - Slacks Creek
A Brief History of Logan

Photographed: 11 Feb 2006

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Smithfield

Smithfield, Cairns Region, Queensland


Address: Stewart Road, off Kamerunga Road, Barron
Opened: Dec 1878
# graves: 1

Smithfield Cemetery
This small reserve containing one marked grave is all that remains of the original Smithfield cemetery gazetted in December 1878.
This cemetery is the only evidence still in existence of the once thriving and boisterous settlement of Smithfield, established nearby on the North bank of the Barron river in November 1876 and named in honour of pathfinder William Smith.
The town withstood several major floods in it's short existence before becoming deserted in 1881 in favour of Port Douglas where Christie Palmerston had discovered a better dray road over the coastal range.

More information :


Cairns region: Old Smithfield Cemetery
Find a grave: Smithfield Cemetery Cairns (defunct)
Trove (NLA): Old Smithfield township 1876 to 1879 : a story of a township that was created to be the port on the Barron River / the story is told by Aubrey John Walters

Photographed: July 2016

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Sofala Anglican NSW

Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Western Plains Towns New South Wales
Wikipedia: Sofala, New South Wales

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Sofala New NSW

Sofala (new), NSW


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Western Plains Towns New South Wales
Wikipedia: Sofala, New South Wales

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Sofala Old NSW

Sofala (Old), NSW


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Western Plains Towns New South Wales
Wikipedia: Sofala, New South Wales

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South Brisbane West End

South Brisbane (old), West End


Address: (West End State School) Vulture St, West End
Opened: surveyed. 1843 (closed before school opened 1874)
# graves:

[Reference: Brisbane: Cemeteries as Sources]...a public cemetery was surveyed at South Brisbane in 1843, but reportedly used only once by 1864, and subsequently occupied by West End State School

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West End State School

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Southern Cross WA

(new?) Southern Cross, WA


Address: a km from train,
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: looks quite large (hundreds)

More information about
Burial Records for Merredin and surrounding districts
Things to see - Old Cemetery
Lorraine's Burial Records Pages
Shire of Yilgarn - facilities - cemetery
wikipedia: Southern Cross, Western Australia

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South Isis Isis

South Isis cemetery, Childers, Bundaberg Regional Council (formerly Isis Shire)


Address: Aerodrome Road, Childers
Opened: after 1890?
# graves:

More information about
Bundaberg Regional council - cemeteries
Isis Shire: Queensland Places
Childers: Queensland Places

Photographed: Jan 2008

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South Kolan

South Kolan, Bundaberg Region


Address: Bundaberg-Gin Gin Road. South Kolan. Near intersection with Lines Road.
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Bundaberg Regional Council - Cemeteries (who do not administer this cemetery)
Jensen family headstones at South Kolan Cemetery contributed by QldPics
Overview photos on australian cemeteries

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South West Rocks NSW

obelisk at South West Rocks, NSW


Address: on headland between 2 creek entrances to Trial Bay at South West Rocks
Opened: approx. 1864
# graves: 2

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Photographed: Feb 2010

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Spicers Gap

Spicers Gap Pioneer Graves, Boonah Shire


Address: Spicers Gap Road
Opened: 1856
# graves: ~13

More information about
Wikipedia: Spicers Gap and the Spicers Gap Road Conservation Park
Historic Spicers Gap Road Protected
Spicers Gap Road Conservation Park - EPA/QPWS

Photographed: Jul 2007

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Springsure

St Alban Liberal Catholic Brisbane

St Alban Liberal Catholic Church columbarium


Address: 351 Wickham Terrace (Brisbane, Queensland)
# memorials: 10

Photographed: Saturday 16 April 2005

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St Alban The Martyr Anglican church Auchenflower Brisbane

St Albans The Martyr (Anglican) Church, Auchenflower, Brisbane


Address: corner Wienholt Street and Milton Road, Auchenflower (Brisbane, Queensland)
Note: In 2017 the church will be sold and the memorials relocated. The site will no longer be able to be visited.
home page of St Alban's Church, Auchenflower
Auchenflower: Queensland Places
Auchenflower: Wikipedia
# memorials: 7

Photographed: Saturday 2 April 2005

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St Margarets Anglican memorial garden Sandgate Brisbane

St Margarets (Anglican) memorial garden, Sandgate, Brisbane


Address: 58 Rainbow Street, Sandgate (Brisbane, Queensland)
# memorials: 113

Photographed: Sunday 10 April 2005

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Stone Quarry Cemetery Ipswich

Stone Quarry Cemetery, Ipswich


Address: Stone Quarry Road, Jeebropilly, Ipswich (UBD 210 Q-16)
Opened: approx. 1875
# graves: ~190
More information about
Aboriginal place names - jeebropilly - flying squirrel gully
Ipswich City Council - history of Stone Quarry Cemetery and Ipswich country churches and cemeteries
Moreton Shire, Queensland: Discovery & Settlement" by Joan Starr

From information sign at the cemetery:


Stone Quarry Cemetery
1875
The Stone Quarry Cemetery was once known as Jeebropilly Cemetery, and before that as Seven Mile Creek Cemetery. It was set apart for a permanent reserve for a Cemetery in June 1875 by the Department of Lands, after a petition signed by 28 residents of Seven Mile Creek was presented to the Colonial Secretary.
Five of the petitioners, one from each religious denomination, were selected as Trustees in December 1875, and by April 1878 they had cleared and fenced the site and notified the Under Secretary of Lands that the Cemetery was ready for public use. The first recorded burial was in 1879.

In this Cemetery rest many of the pioneers of the Rosewood, Ebenezer, Jeebropilly and Amberley districts. They came in the middle of the 19th Century largely from the United Kingdom and Germany, and established their homes near the Seven Mile where bullock wagons, drays and carts crossed the Bremer River on their way to the Darling Downs.
They were mainly farmers and would have found the country here very different from that which they had left. Nevertheless, they persevered, reared large families, and paved the way for rapid development that later occurred in the Rosewood District.


In the book "Moreton Shire, Queensland: discovery and settlement", it is described as Ebenezer Cemetery.

The cemetery has 6 distinct portions probably corresponding to the different religions.

Photographed: Sept 2005

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St Thomas Anglican Toowong Brisbane

St Thomas Anglican, Toowong, Brisbane

Opened: church 1877 (replacing an earlier timber building on another site that was built 1865)
Address: corner High and Jephson Streets, Toowong, Brisbane

St Thomas Church of England
# memorials: ~20

Photographed: Saturday 16 April 2005

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Swan Creek

Swan Creek, Warwick Shire


Address: Swan Creek Schoold Road, off Yangan road, Swan Creek Warwick Shire
Opened: 1879
# graves: 175 photos

Cemetery is behind former St Andrew's Church of England, and near the former White Swan Inn. The church operated from 1879 to 1973.
Was once in Glengallan Shire (circa 1980).
There was a (now disassembled) train line Warwick-Swan Creek-Yangan-Emu Vale-Killarney

More information about
Transcriptions from Swan Creek Cemetery from Interment.net
Former White Swan Inn
Glengallan Homestead
Wiki for Warwick say shire formed in 1994 from amalgamation of Warwick city with Glengallan, Rosenthal and Allora shires
Historic tourist drives around Warwick
researching the Swan Creek cemetery...
Anglican archives - closed churches

Photographed: 21 Jan 2007

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Swanfels Warwick

Swanfels Pioneers Memorial Park, Warwick Shire


Address:
Opened: memorial park from 1980 (township 1890s)
Swanfels State School EDU operated from 18/01/1892 to 12/12/1980
# graves: 5

More information about
Glengallan Timeline

Photographed: 24 Mar 2007

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Talia SA

Talia, SA


Address: South of Talia Mount Damper Road
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - Talia Cemetery

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TallebudgeraCatholic

Tallebudgera Catholic Church (St. Malachys) site and cemetery, Gold Coast


Address: (between 48 and 60) Trees Rd, Tallebudgera
Opened: approx. 1886 - present. (Church closed 1960)
# graves:

More information about
DOLAN FAMILY HISTORY and today
Picture Australia - Tallebudgera Catholic Church (St. Malachys), September 1925 and Tallebudgera Catholic Church.

Photographed: 13 Aug 2008

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TallebudgeraPresbyterian

Tallebudgera Presbyterian church


Address: 35 Trees Road (a.k.a. Mains Road), Tallebudgera (courtesy Reginald Schuster)
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

memorial inscription donated by Gloria Glass and Diana Beal, GSQ QLD 820 228

More information about
Tallebudgera Post Office (former) (EPA QLD)
Tallebudgera Community Church
Monumental inscriptions on interment.net

Photographed: 13 Aug 2008

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Tallegalla Ipswich

Tallegalla Cemetery, Rosewood, Ipswich


Address: (North of Rosewood on the hill).
Opened: approx. 1876 (Methodist church 1881-1977, Uniting 1977-)
# graves: about 800
More information about
Historical marker at cemetery.
Ipswich City Cemeteries
Local Histories of the Fassifern Valley and Rosewood Scrub

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Tallegalla Pioneer Catholic Cemetery Ipswich

Tallegalla Pioneer Catholic Cemetery (Ipswich)


Address: Intersection of Tallegalla (Two Tree Hill) road and Berlins Road.
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: 4 headstones, 12 graves
Also known as Two Tree Hill.
Pioneer Catholic Cemetery: A small bush cemetery with approximately twelve graves (some with headstones) are visible. The church that was formerly located on this site was removed to Marburg in 1901.
Two Tree Hill: Two Tree Hill is Marburg's highest point with its tall Telstra Communication Tower aloft.

A private burial ground is at the nearby intersection, but no information available.
More information about
interment.net: Pioneer Catholic Cemetery Tallegalla, Ipswich Shire, Queensland, Australia

Photographed: 7 Aug 2005

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Tambo

Tamborine Catholic Cemetery Beaudesert

Tamborine Catholic Cemetery, Beaudesert


Address: Plunkett Rd, near Waterford-Tamborine Rd, Tamborine, Beaudesert
Opened: approx. 1880
More information :
There is a second cemetery in Plunkett Rd. Curtis is a named buried there. (Ref Beaudesert Shire Council burial records. ref: GSQ QLD 820 270)

Chambers Flat Cemetery Trust and Chambers Flat Cemetery Register Of Graves
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries
Logan City Council - Yarrabilba
Logan council cemeteries directory
Logan Parks directory
Qld State Archives - North Tamborine Cemetery Register

Photographed: 5 Jun 2005

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Tamborine Mountain

Tamborine Mountain Cemetery, Scenic Rim


Address: Main Western Rd, Tamborine Mountain
Opened: approx 1900
# graves:

Also known as North Tamborine Cemetery.

More information about
Scenic Rim Cemeteries
Find a grave - Tamborine Mountain Cemetery
Scenic Rim Pioneer Cemeteries
Bill Pursey - Tamborine Mountain Headstone Index Part 1
Queensland state archives: North Tamborine Cemetery Register

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Tamborine PlunkettRd

Tamborine Plunkett Road (Cedar Creek)


Address: 487 Plunkett Road, Tamborine
Opened: approx. 1863
# graves: 4

More information about
Logan council cemeteries directory
Logan Parks directory
Plunkett Road Cemetery location (Logan libraries)
Logan City Council - Yarrabilba

Photographed: Mar 2015

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Tamrookum AllSaints

All Saints (Anglican) Tamrookum


Address: Tamrookum Church Road, Tamrookum, Beaudesert Shire (off Mt Lindesay Highway)
Opened: approx. 1898
# graves: 200
More information about
South Beaudesert Tourist Drive
Wooden church building
Queensland Forest History Stories
True spirit of country hospitality
Robert Martin Collins
Arabella Collins
Collins Family
(Queensland forest history) Service celebrates 25 years
Beaudesert Shire historical Church Tour
History of division 8 of Beausdesert Shire
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: 6 Nov 2005

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Tamrookum AllSaints/Other

Tamrookum AllSaints/QFHS

Tansey

Tansey, Gympie region


Address: Cemetery Road, Tansey
Opened: approx. 1923
# graves: ~50

More information about
interment.net: Tansey Cemetery Queensland, Australia
Find A Grave: Tansey Cemetery
Gravestone Photographic Resource (GPR) : Municipal Cemetery, Tansey, Queensland, Australia
Gympie region cemeteries
Billion graves: Tansey
QFHS hold Tansey in the George Bond Cemetery Collection

Photographed: May 2019

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Tanunda St Johns Lutheran SA

St John's Lutheran Cemetery, Tanunda, SA


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - St John's Lutheran Cemetery
Wikipedia: Tanunda, South Australia

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Tara

Tarampa Apostolic

Tarampa Apostolic


Address: Tarampa, Lowood-Minden Road
Opened: approx. 1880
# graves: 150

More information about
History of Tarampa
Apostolic Church of Queensland
Ancestry Chart: Wilhelmine Goschnick

Photographed: 8 Apr 2006

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Tarampa Baptist

Tarampa Baptist


Address: On Forest Hill - Lowood Road west of Minden Road intersection, near the turnoff to Mt Tarampa
Opened: 1933
# graves: 50
More information about
German Baptist Churches in Queensland and the German Baptist Conference
Tarampa town history
Harold Bischoff's My Life
An Account of the German Baptist Church History in Queensland
Tarampa and Lockyer area Aboriginal stories

Photographed: 10 Jul 2005

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Tarong Homestead South Burnett

Tarong Homestead


Address: South Burnett Regional Council
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Qld dept of Environment and Resource Management (CHIMS) - Tarong Homestead
Information of Tarong Homestead sourced from GSQ and elsewhere

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Tea Gardens NSW

Tea Gardens, NSW


Address: Yalinbah St, Tea Gardens, (Great Lakes council)
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Great Lakes council Tea Gardens Cemetery
Considering country cemeteries - Great Lakes region of the mid-north coast of NSW
Origins of name 'Tea Gardens'

Photographed: Feb 2010

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Texas

Thallon

Thargomindah

Thargomindah historic

The Gap Uniting Church Brisbane

The Gap Uniting Church, Brisbane


Address: Waterworks Road, The Gap (Brisbane, Queensland)

Established: 1872
# graves/memorials: ~400

More information about The Gap Uniting Church.

Photographed: Saturday 23 April 2005

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The Gums Western Downs

Theodore Pioneer Qld

Theodore Pioneer / Old Theodore Cemetery


Address: Corner Watsons Rd and Goolara - Heinekes Rd, Theodore / Lonesome Creek, Banana Shire, Qld
Opened: approx. 1930
# graves: 11

More information about
sandstone wonders - T heodore
Australian cemeteries index - Theodore Pioneer (who appear to be stealing our photos)

Photographed: May 2014

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Theodore Qld

Theodore


Address: Woolthorpe Rd, Theodore, Banana Shire
Opened: approx. 1939
# graves: ~400

More information about
Australian cemeteries index - Theodore
Find A Grave - Theodore Cemetery
Gould genealogy - Queensland Cemetery Series: Theodore Cemetery Headstones 1939-2010
sandstone wonders - Theodore

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The Risk Wilson Family Cemetery

Wilson Family Private Cemetery, (near Roseberry)


Address: The Risk via Kyogle, NSW, Australia (near Roseberry)
Opened: approx. 1892
# graves:
More information about
grave sites of people born in the Isle of Tiree
Wilson family at the Risk

Photographed: 18 Feb 2006

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Tiaro Tiaro

Tiaro cemetery, Tiaro Shire


Address: Bruce Highway, Tiaro
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Interment.net - Tiaro Cemetery
Wikipedia - Tiaro Shire Council
Tiaro Shire Council
Tiaro Burial Register (Handwritten Transcription) is held at the Gympie Family History Society

Photographed: Jan 2008

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Tingalpa Anglican cemetery Brisbane

Tingalpa Christ Church (Anglican) cemetery, Brisbane

Pioneer's chapel and burial ground. This Anglican Christ Church was stripped for demolition in 1996 but saved when Heritage Listed.

The Friends of Tingalpa cemetery Heritage Group Inc formed in 2002 to preserve the Chapel and Burial Ground and record stories of pioneers buried here. For further information on the group: see the photo with contact details.
President: Jackie Butler
Ph: (07) 33969472
Email: jackbutler@optusnet.com.au

The friends have done a wonderful job of restoring, researching and maintaining the cemetery and church. They have kindly allowed the following to be reproduced

The chapel is available as a venue for weddings. See http://www.pioneerweddingchapel.com/

Also see the Qld Government EPA (Environmental Protection Agency / Parks and Wildlife Service) for more information on the church and cemetery.


Address: 1341 Wynnum Road, Tingalpa, opposite Villiers St. (Brisbane, Queensland)
Opened: approx. 1868
# memorials: ~140 (photos)

Photographed: Monday 28 March 2005

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Tingalpa Anglican cemetery Brisbane/200605

Tingoora

Tingoora, South Burnett (formerly Kingaroy Shire)


Address: Tingoora Cemetery Road
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Australian Cemeteries Index - Tingoora Cemetery
Rossow and Beitzel genealogy pages - Tingoora Cemetery
sSouth Burnett Regional Council - Cemeteries
flickr - photos from Tingoora Cemetery

Photographed: May 2014

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Toogoolawah Cemetery Esk

Toogoolawah Cemetery, Esk shire


Address: Cemetery Road, Biarra [the older settlement a few kms north of Toogoolawah]
Opened: 1904
# graves: 450+
More information about
Somerset Regional Council Cemetery Register
History of Toogoolawah . [Site missing after local council mergers - archived - History of Toogoolawah and locally
Toogoolawah and its cemetery
History of Biarra


Historical map of Brisbane Valley
Somerset Regional Council - Cemetery Register Photographed: 24 Jul 2005

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Toorbul Caboolture

Toorbul Historic Cemetery, Caboolture


Address: Pumicestone Road, Toorbul
Opened: 1879
# graves: 13

[From the sign at the cemetery]
Caboolture historic site - Toorbul Cemetery Reserve
This area was set aside as a cemetery reserve on 30 May 1891, following a request to the state government from the local Toorbul Community.

Members of the local community became trustees for the reserve until 1978, when the reserve was placed under the jurisdiction of the Caboolture Shire Council.

The cemetery contains thirteen graves, although only two graves are now visible. The first burial here was as early as 1879.

Graves contained in the Toorbul cemetery reserve belong to members of the early Eurpoean families who settled in the area. Descendents of these families still reside within the Caboolture shire.

Those laid to rest here are :
Name
Date
Age
Walter Herbert BONNEY
26/01/1895
5 mths 13 d
Ernest BONNEY
30/01/1886
5 mins
Helen CARNEGIE
08/09/1913
74 years
John CARNEGIE
24/09/1903
65 years
William FREEMAN
05/07/1911
85 years
Rosina Phyllis FREEMANTLE
29/06/1899
1 year 4 months
Thomas FURLONG
12/08/1897
76 years 11 mths
David MARREN
23/05/1883
9 weeks
Otto PIEPER
06/11/1896
1 year 3 mths
Henry SASS
14/04/1879
27 years
Albert Edward SIMPSON
06/03/1887
4 years
Edwin SIMPSON
01/04/1898
40 years 1 month
Mary Ethel VOLZ
04/08/1903
1 year 6 months

More information about
Maggie Rail's transcriptions of Toorbul Historic Cemetery Caboolture Shire, Queensland, Australia
(and on interment), and her diary
Queensland Places - Caboolture

Photographed: 27 Aug 2006

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Toowong general Brisbane

Brisbane General Cemetery (Toowong)


Address: Frederick Street, Toowong
Opened: 1875 (first Burial Governor Blackall 1871)
More information about
Brisbane City Council Grave location search
Partial portion index
In Queensland Heritage Register
Friends of Toowong Cemetery Association
Queensland Family History Society publish books and CDs of monumental inscriptions (a monumental task)
Our Brisbane
Remembering the fallen - Brisbane General Cemetery

Photographed: 21 May 2005

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Townsville Belgian Gardens

Belgian Gardens, Townsville


Address: 62 Evans Street, Belgian Gardens Qld
Opened: 1900
# graves: ~34000

More information about
Townsville City Council - Belgian Gardens Cemetery (layout map) (Interments)
find a grave - Belgian Gardens Cemetery
Billion Graves - Townsville (Belgian Gardens) Cemetery
Townsville Cemetery Trust
Australian Cemeteries Index - Cemetery 3014 - Belgian Gardens
Commonwealth War Graves
Queensland Places - Belgian Gardens

Photographed: 2002 (partial)

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Tumby Bay SA

Tumby Bay, Eyre Peninsula, SA


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
District Council of Tumby Bay cemetery registers (Koppio, Lipson, Port Neill, Tumby Bay)
wikipedia Tumby Bay, South Australia

Photographed: Incomplete - Nov 2007

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Tummaville

Tummaville, Toowoomba Region.


Address: cnr Church Rd and Grasstree Rd (known as Owens Scrub Rd on satnav), Tummaville (locality)
Opened: approx. 1903
# graves: ~35

In the grounds of a deconsecrated St Paul's Anglican church, but well kept.

More information about
Toowoomba Regional Council - Tummaville (St Paul's Church) Cemetery
Australian Cemeteries Index - Tummaville Anglican Church Cemetery
Charles James Anthony BRABAZON, b. 19th August 1869, Tummaville, Leyburn QLD
bonzle - Tummaville
NLA.gov.au news - on Tummaville
All Saints Anglican Church, Yandilla
GSQ - inc Tummaville Cemetery burial register index
Trove: A history of St Paul's Anglican Church, Tummaville [Grasstree] and St Peter's Anglican church, Millmerran [Back Creek], 1891-1991 / Grant Uebergang.
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Tweed Valley NSW

Tweed Valley Lawn Cemetery


Address: Eviron Road, Eviron (Duranbah), NSW
Opened: recent
# graves: 1000?

More information about
On Australian Cemeteries

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Tygum Pioneer Logan City

Tygum Pioneer Cemetery (Apostolic), Logan City


Address: Tygum Road (near junction with Louise Street), Waterford West, Logan City
Opened: approx. 1906
#graves:# 10 (from the Logan City link below)

Tygum Apostolic (Pioneer) Cemetery

Also known as Waterford Apostolic Cemetery
This site originally included an Apostolic Church which was relocated to this site around 1906. The graveyard evolved alongside the church. Graves date to 1906. The church was destroyed by the 1936 tornado, and rebuilt on site. It was removed to Ipswich in 1949.

This site originally included an Apostolic Church which was relocated to this site around 1906 from Noffke s farm at Loganlea. The land at Tygum was donated by Hilda Spann who lived on the adjacent site. Pastor Sempf administered the church. The graveyard evolved alongside the church. Graves date to 1906. There are at least 21 graves on site although only eight have been formally identified. The church was destroyed by the 1936 tornado, and rebuilt on site. It was removed to Ipswich in 1949.
[Sources: Logan City Council]

More information about
Rhonda May Demarco's transcriptions 2002
Other transcription
Tygum Apostolic (Pioneer) Cemetery
Logan City Cemeteries
Logan - final resting places.
History of Waterford
Site of the first Apostolic Church at Bethania, December 1993 and photo
A Brief History of Logan

Photographed: 28 May 2005

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Upper Caboolture Methodist

Upper Caboolture Methodist Church


Address: Upper Caboolture Methodist (Uniting) Church, Morayfield - Upper Caboolture Rd
(Brisways 356 G-14, map ref MR895-015)
Opened: 1874
# graves: ~35

More information about
Caboolture family history research group have some cemetery records on microfiche available for purchase and a useful timeline for the district.
Ewaniida Rail's transcription of Uniting Church Cemetery Caboolture Shire, Queensland, Australia
KEILLOR familygroup descendent tree
bird in the tree - cemetery records
journey online - includes some history of the church and congregation
UNITING CHURCH, UPPER CABOOLTURE
Queensland Places - Caboolture

Photographed: 27 Aug 2006

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Upper Coomera Gold Coast

Upper Coomera cemetery, Gold Coast


Address: Cemetery Road (near Saville Road), Upper Coomera
Opened: 1885 (surveyed 1871, first burial 1888)
# graves: ~170 (290 burials (ref GCCC))

More information about
Transcribed 1979 (QFHS)
Wikipedia - Upper Coomera, Queensland
Gold Coast City Council - Upper Coomera Cemetery (Includes layout)
Interment.net - Upper Coomera Cemetery, Gold Coast City, Queensland, Australia
Howard and Binstead family group
Arthur Binstead
Coomera history
More about Coomera history
History of schooling in Coomera
upper Coomera Church
Upper Coomera State College
Upper Coomera wharf [picture] 1889
Queensland Places: Albert Shire

Photographed: 8 Sep 2007

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Upper Freestone

Upper Freestone, Warwick Shire


Address: McMasters Road, Upper Freestone
Opened: approx. 1883. (1876) (1876 SDRC)
# graves: 8

The township of Freestone was a station on the now disassemled Warwick - Maryvale trail line. There is what appears to be an ex-church (possibly Catholic?) now a house in town near where the train station and line crossing would have been. There is an operating Anglican church on the road to Upper Freestone. The Upper Freestone cemetery is literally in the middle of a (plowed) field. The remaining graves are (mostly?) from the O'Dempsey family.
There was a (now disassembled) 'Via recta' train line Warwick-Freestone-Gladfield-Maryvale. The article on VIA RECTA (right way) shows photos of Freestone in 1920s and 1950s.
Was once in Glengallan Shire (circa 1980).

More information about
Transcription by Karyn Findlay & Stephen Batterham
History and Memories of Freestone
History of Freestone and update 1988 - 1995
Glengallan Homestead
Wiki for Warwick say shire formed in 1994 from amalgamation of Warwick city with Glengallan, Rosenthal and Allora shires
Historic tourist drives around Warwick
Place name - Upper Freestone
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: 21 Jan 2007

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Vernor Baptist Esk

Vernor German Baptist Cemetery, Esk Shire


Address: Old Fernvale-Lowood Road, Esk Shire
Location
On southern side of road, just east of Taree Road intersection.

Opened: 1876
# graves: 25
More information about
Rosewood Scrub Historical Society (formerly at http://www.rshs.com.au)
Baptist Historical Society of Queensland (formerly http://www.bwa-baptist-heritage.org/ng-qld.htm)
German Baptist Churches in Queensland and the German Baptist Conference (formerly at http://www.bwa-baptist-heritage.org/bap-ger.htm)
An Account of the German Baptist Church History in Queensland
Queensland Places: Fernvale
Harold Bischoff. My Life (formerly at http://www.mun.ca/rels/restmov/texts/hbischoff/mylife/MYLIFE.HTM)

The Vernor German Baptist Cemetery is still there [old Fernvale-Lowood road]. It is actually now in the middle of a cow paddock. The Rosewood Historical Society did clean it up a couple of years ago. [Ref Cathy Reinke Apr 2002]

Minden, Tarampa and Vernor Baptist Cemeteries monumental inscriptions / compiled by Rosemary and Eric Kopittke.
Brisbane : Baptist Historical Society of Queensland, 1996. 1 microfiche ISBN 0958662215

Photographed: 6 Aug 2005

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Walkaway WA

Walkaway, WA


Address:
Opened: (surveyed) 20 Jun 1867
# graves:

More information about
Greenough / Walkaway district

Photographed: Sep 2009

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Wallangarra Southern Downs region

Wallangarra, Southern Downs region


Address: Cnr McCall St and Warroo St, Wallangarra
Opened: 1953
# graves: 270

More information about
Joyce & Neville Bryant's Wallangarra cemetery records or here
Billion Graves - Wallangarra Cemetery; Wallangarra, Queensland, Australia
Piula - Place Names of South-East Queensland
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Wallumbilla maranoa region

Walpole WA

Walpole, WA


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: Approx 100

More information about
Walpole Cemetery
Walpole Cemetery, Shire of Manjimup
Shire of Manjimup - Walpole Cemetery - Niche Wall
wikipedia: Walpole, Western Australia

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Warra Wambo

Warra cemetery, Wambo shire


Address: On road to waste dump, Dalby side of town on highway
Opened:
# graves:

More information about
Wambo Shire - profiles and histories
Wambo - Cemetery trustees
Drive Queensland - Western Downs
Obituary Research Service: Guide to Warra Cemetery: A family history resource

Photographed: 27 Jan 2007

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Warwick

Warwick, Southern Downs Region


Address: Wentworth st AND Lancaster St, Warwick
Opened: 1853
# graves: 15000

There is a war graves section.

More information about
Billion Graves - Warwick
Find a grave - Warwick
Interment.net - Warwick General Cemetery
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

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Warwick Eden Gardens Memorial Park

Eden Gardens Memorial Park, Warwick


Address: 44 Palmerin St OR Little Warner St, Warwick
Opened: 1969
# graves: 5000

More information about
interment.net - Eden Gardens Memorial Park Rosenthal Heights, Warwick Shire, Queensland, Australia
Australian Cemeteries Index - Eden Gardens Lawn Cemetery
Address: Willi Street, Warwick 4370 QLD

Colston and Wenk - Eden Gardens Memorial Park lawn cemetery, Warwick, Queensland, Australia
EDEN GARDENS MEMORIAL PARK
02/07/2009 - Eden Gardens future secure
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

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Warwick St Marks

Waterford Henry Jordan Private Cemetery

Henry Jordan's Private Cemetery, Waterford West, Logan City


Address: Abelia Drive, Waterford West, Logan City
Opened: approx. 1872
# graves: none visible when visited.

Henry Jordan's Private Cemetery, Abelia Drive, Waterford West

Henry Jordan purchased the former Pimlico township - in July 1869 and commenced construction of a sugar mill. His property became known as Tygum Plantation. Jordan had been the emigration agent for Queensland in Britain and was responsible for the many Lancashire cotton workers coming to Queensland and the Logan. From 1868-71 he was the East Moreton representative in the Queensland Legislative Assembly. He was then involved in journalism and sugar growing. The first crushing at his Tygum sugar mill occurred in 1870.

The Jordan family was plagued with personal tragedy during their time at Tygum, with the death of baby Hamilton aged 4 days in October 1872. Twins Nathaniel and Winifred were born in February 1874, with Nathaniel living only 2½ months and Winifred living fourteen months. Another baby boy, Turner Shaw, was born a few days after Winifred.s death, and he only survived eleven months. All of these children were buried on the property in an area now designated as a cemetery. By that time Jordan had subdivided the property, and sold Tygum House to William Arthy.

William Arthy was a music teacher for the Education Department. His son James was a surveyor, who worked in north Queensland. James returned home suffering from consumption and died at Tygum on 10 October 1886. William died on 22 July 1888. Both men are buried in this cemetery. It is possible that there are other burials on the site, of people who worked on Jordan's plantation.

This cemetery site was surveyed at the time of the subdivision of the estate in 1878 and was marked by a large fig tree that recently died and was removed by the Logan City Council Parks Department in 2004.

A large Moreton Bay fig tree originally marked the site of the Jordan Family cemetery at the end of Abelia Drive. Unfortunately the tree died and had to be removed. Tygum House is believed to have been on the hill overlooking this site. It was a low white bungalow with wide verandas and green shutters surrounded by beautiful gardens. Henry Jordan was Agent-General for Queensland in London and actively encouraged migration to Queensland. He was later a member of the Queensland Parliament. The private cemetery here is the resting place for four of Henry Jordan s infants, as well the subsequent owner of the estate, William Arthy and his son James. Graves date between 1872 and 1888.
[Extracted from Logan City links below]

Henry Jordan Park

Henry Jordan provided work for Irish farmers settling in the area.

The Moreton Bay Fig, Ficus macrophylla, planted more than 100 years ago on this site graces the unmarked graves of William Arthy (1889) and his son James Arthy(1886).

The tree also marks the location of Henry Jordan's Tygum House once occupied by the Arthy's. The surrounding land, once known as Tygum Pocket was owned by Henry Jordan.

Large Bunya Pines, Alaucaria biowilla, still stand on entering Tygum Road and mark the former entrance to this property.

Used for cane farming, Henry Jordan provided work for Irish farmers settling in the area. They were commonly known as Jordan's Pets. The farm also helped support a nearby sugar mill. Henry Jordan brought further recognition to the area when representing Brisbane in the first Queensland Parliment of 1859.

Today part of this land is set aside as park under the trusteeship of Logan City Council for the benefit of the community and protection of its heritage.

[from the plaque at Henry Jordan Park]

More information about
Logan City Cemetery Lists
Jordan Family Cemetery, Waterford West including burial register.
Logan - final resting places.
A Brief History of Logan
Queensland Places: Albert Shire

Photographed: 12 Feb 2006

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Wattle Flat NSW

Wattle Flat, NSW


Address:
Opened: approx. 1860
# graves: ~100
small overgrown cemetery behind a now crumbling, abandoned, stone church.

More information about
Australian Cemeteries Index - Wattle Flat Anglican Cemetery

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Wenck burial ground Minden Esk shire

Wenck burying ground, Minden, Esk Shire, Queensland


Address: 115 Zabels Road, Coolana (Minden) 4311, Esk Shire, Queensland
Opened: 1900
# graves: 6
More information about
Wenck burying ground
Colston and Wenck Genealogy Pages by Jennifer Crockett
Coolana and Minden townships

Photographed: July 1993, by Jennifer Crockett. (who has kindly allowed us to publish these photos, but who retains the rights to these photos)

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Westbrook

Westbrook, Toowoomba region


Address: F G G Coupers Rd, Westbrook
Opened: approx. 1866
# graves: 4

More information about
Wikipedia: Westbrook QLD
Queensland Places: Westbrook
wikipedia: Westbrook Homestead
Billion Graves: Westbrook
State Library Queensland: Queensland Place Histories: Westbrook, Toowoomba
Westbrook war memorial

Photographed: Jun 2015

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West Terrace Adelaide SA

West Terrace, Adelaide, SA


Address: Keswick
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - West Terrace Cemetery

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Whim Creek WA

Whim Creek Cemetery, WA



Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Karratha Visitor Centre - Whim Creek
Roebourne Shire - history
WA4WD Whim Creek Cemetery *
Australian Cemeteries - Old Whim Creek Cemetery
NLA - Australian Newspapers - Whim Creek

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Wickepin old WA

Wickepin old cemetery, WA


Address: off Williams Kulin Rd, south east of Wickepin
Opened: 1906 - 1929
# graves:

More information about
Transcription by Lorraine and Blue Larment
Shire of Wickepin wildflower brochure

Photographed: Sep 2009

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William Creek SA

William Creek (in town park), SA


Address: 'park' in town, not the cemetery proper.
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves: 6

More information about
William Creek, smallest town in South Australia
Desert Sky Tour of William Creek and Painted Desert
William Creek Hotel
Wikipedia: William Creek, South Australia

Photographed: Nov, 2007

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Willowie SA

Willowie, SA


Address: Willmington-Orroroo road
Opened: approx. 1890
# graves: few hundred? (guess)

More information about
Australian Cemeteries - Willowie Cemetery
Flinders ranges research: Willowie - The first forty years. and Willowie Cemetery .
The mid North and Southern Flinders Ranges - Willowie
Trove: FIRE AT W1LL0WIE STATION. 24-May-1890

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Willsons Downfall Tenterfield NSW

Willson's Downfall, Tenterfield, NSW


Address: Mount Lindesay Rd, (north of Sugarloaf and Undercliffe), Tenterfield shire, NSW.
Opened: approx. 1882
# graves: 7 memorials, but dozens marked by white post

More information about
Tenterfield Shire Council - Regional Cemeteries
Liston history
Australian Cemeteries Index - Lonely graves NSW
WILLSON’S DOWNFALL, N.S.W. POSTMARK: ORIGIN OF THE NAME
Abandoned Cemetery near Liston NSW
Wilson's Downfall onflickr
Lonely Graves Cemetery?
WELCOME TO Tenterfield
Australian War Memorial - Roll of Honour - Willsons Downfall
John Stalling - Willsons Downfall Cemetery
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Wilshamstead Bedfordshire England

Wilshamstead, Bedfordshire, England


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

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All Saints Church, Wilshamstead (Wilstead)

Photographed: 2001

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Windorah

Winton

Witta Caloundra

Witta cemetery, Caloundra


Address: Corner Cooke and Witta roads, Witta
Opened: approx. 1905?
# graves: ~800

More information about
Witta was also known as Teutoburgh.
Witta Cemetery (Teutoburgh Cemetery) Caloundra Shire, Queensland, Australia
Caloundra City Council Cemeteries
Drive Queensland - Witta
about Witta
Some burials in Witta (Teutoburgh) Cemetery Caloundra Shire, Queensland, Australia Submitted by Rob Beatty
Publication - Lutheran Church Witta 1892-1992
Timeline Central Queensland
Montville walking map

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Wivenhoe Pocket General Cemetery

Wivenhoe Pocket General Cemetery


Address: Ardmory, Wivenhoe Pocket, Esk Shire.
Opened: approx. 1880
#graves: 64

There was a Uniting (Presbyterian?) Church presence at Wivenhoe Pocket since 8-Feb-1881 when the elders were first appointed. Their first church building was to have opened in Jan 1890, but was delayed by floods. There was also a Church of England church building in St Marks built in 1886. This was used by the presbyterian minister on alternate weeks. This church was washed away in the 1893 flood.

The region was affected by the construction of Wivenhoe Dam as properties of many residents were acquired for inundation of the new dam.

The last service (at the Uniting church?) was held 19 Aug 1990.

Ref: Vale Wivenhoe - story of Wivenhoe Pocket Church from 1881 to closing 1990 [Copy held by John Oxley Library at State Library of Queensland]
Anglican Archives doesn't list this Anglican church as closing. Any information would be appreciated.
More information about
Naming of Road Wivenhoe Pocket
CHURCH PHOTOS FOR WIVENHOE POCKET, QLD
Place name - Wivenhoe Pocket
Baptismal Roll for the Esk Charge to 1919
Index to Photographs
Ministers connected with Wivenhoe
Cellbridge homestead
Funeral of Annie MacDonald, aged 86 on 9/3/1976.
Historical map of Brisbane Valley
Somerset Regional Council Cemetery Register

Photographed: 11 Dec 2005

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Wivenhoe Pocket General Cemetery/toobig

Wonglepong Beaudesert

Wonglepong Cemetery, Beaudesert


Address: Beaudesert-Nerang Road. UBD GC23 E-16
Opened: approx. 1895
# graves: 80
More information about
[AUS-QLD] Cemetery Headstone -Wonglepong

Chambers Flat Cemetery Trust and Chambers Flat Cemetery Register Of Graves
Scenic Rim Regional Council managed cemeteries
Scenic Rim Regional Council - Cemeteries

Photographed: Oct 2005

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Woodford Cemetery Caboolture

Woodford Cemetery, Caboolture


Address: Cemetery Road, Woodford, Caboolture (UBD 33 H20
Opened: approx. 1886
# graves: approx 600
More information about
Maggie Rail's transcription on Interment.net
Ewanida Rail Records - Cemeteries in Caboolture Shire,
Historical map of Brisbane Valley
Queensland Places - Caboolture

Photographed: 2 Jul 2005

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Woodford Old Cemetery Caboolture

Old Woodford Cemetery, Caboolture Shire


Address: Wouwa Street, Woodford.
Opened: 1882
# graves: 3

More information
Woodford was previously known as Yatesville.
A Brief History of Woodford, Qld
Caboolture, Woodford and Kilcoy
Historical map of Brisbane Valley
Queensland Places - Caboolture

Photographed: 27 Aug 2006

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Woodhill Beaudesert

Woodhill, Beaudesert


Address: Hiscock Rd, Woodhill, Beaudesert
Opened: approx. 1883
# graves: ~500

Woodhill State School 125th anniversary : 1873 - 1998 (opened as) Townsvale national school opened 2 jun 1873
More information about
The Descendants of Isaac Adsett by F. J. Erickson
Woodhill State School history [archive copy]

Photographed: 27 May 2006

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Woombye General

Woombye General Cemetery (incorporating war cemetery)


Address: Woombye-Palmwoods Road (near Winston Rd), Woombye
Opened: approx. 1889?
# graves:

More information about
Interment.com - Woombye
Sunshine Coast regional council - cemeteries
Stories from Early Nambour
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
The Weekender - feature on Woombye Cemetery
Photos from Trove on National Library of Australia


Woombye Cemetery - World War One Cemeteries

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Woombye Lions Club Memorial

Lions Club Memorial Wall - Woombye


Address: Woombye-Palmwoods Road (near Winston Rd), Woombye
Opened: approx. 1979
# graves: 11

More information about
Stories fro m Early Nambour

Photographed: Jun 2010

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Woomera SA

Woomera, SA


Address:
Opened: after 1950
# graves: ~100
very neat, but dry.

More information about
Len Beadell
Len Beadell
The legacy of Nuclear testing
wikipedia: Woomera, South Australia

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Yandilla All Saints

Yandilla All Saints Anglican Church


Address: Gore Highway, just south of Millmerran Leyburn Rd.
Opened: approx. 1864
# graves: 74

More information about
Wikipedia: All Saints Anglican Church, Yandilla
findagrave: Yandilla
Panoramio: In A Country Church Yard - All Saints Anglican Church, Yandilla
REDBUBBLE: All Saints Anglican Church, Yandilla
flickr: YANDILLA CHURCH AND YANDILLA HOMESTEAD FROM THE AIR
UQ eSpace: All Saints Anglican Church, at Yandilla Station, built by the Gore Family, c1878
1987, English, Book, Illustrated edition: A history of All Saints Anglican Church, Yandilla, Queensland / Grant Uebergang.
ABC: Flooding at All Saints Church, Yandilla, Qld.
Kirkpatrick family archives: Gerard Ralph GORE, ,of Yandilla, Quensland,Australia
Millmerran Commerce and Progress Inc | Tourism
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs
Yandilla photographs by Francis Arthur Gore
Wikipedia on Millmerran whose settlement history started with Yandilla.

Photographed: Jun 2015

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Yandina

Yandina


Address: 33 Cnr Cordwell Road and Central Park Drive, Yandina
Opened: 1882
# graves:

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Interment.net - Yandina
Australian Cemeteries Index - Yandina General
Sunshine Coast Regional Council - cemeteries
Stories from Early Nambour
Yandina History (links)
House next to Yandina Cemetery
Google maps reference

Photographed: Jun 2010

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Yangan Anglican

Yangan Anglican Cemetery, Warwick Shire


Address: Yangan Cemetery Road, off Old Emuvale Road
Opened: before 1901
# graves:
Was once in Glengallan Shire (circa 1980).
There was a (now disassembled) train line Warwick-Swan Creek-Yangan-Emu Vale-Killarney

More information about
Transcription of Yangan General & Anglican Cemetery from Interment.net
Glengallan Homestead
Wiki for Warwick say shire formed in 1994 from amalgamation of Warwick city with Glengallan, Rosenthal and Allora shires
Threshing in Yangan 1899 (photo from Hume family photo collection in Fryer library at UQ
Historic tourist drives around Warwick
Yangan school of Arts
Yangan - horses and machinery and wheat farm
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: 21 Jan 2007

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Yangan General

Yangan General Cemetery, Warwick Shire


Address: Yangan Cemetery Road, off Old Emuvale Road
Opened: 1951
# graves: 16
Was once in Glengallan Shire (circa 1980).
There was a (now disassembled) train line Warwick-Swan Creek-Yangan-Emu Vale-Killarney

More information about
Glengallan Homestead
Wiki for Warwick say shire formed in 1994 from amalgamation of Warwick city with Glengallan, Rosenthal and Allora shires
Transcription of Yangan General & Anglican Cemetery from Interment.net
Threshing in Yangan 1899 (photo from Hume family photo collection in Fryer library at UQ
Historic tourist drives around Warwick
Yangan school of Arts
Yangan - horses and machinery and wheat farm
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: 21 Jan 2007

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Yangan Presbyterian

Yangan Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Warwick Shire


Address: King Street, Yangan
Opened: before 1901
# graves: 80
Was once in Glengallan Shire (circa 1980).
There was a (now disassembled) train line Warwick-Swan Creek-Yangan-Emu Vale-Killarney

More information about
Glengallan Homestead
Wiki for Warwick say shire formed in 1994 from amalgamation of Warwick city with Glengallan, Rosenthal and Allora shires
Transcriptions of Yangan Presbyterian Cemetery from Interment.net
Threshing in Yangan 1899 (photo from Hume family photo collection in Fryer library at UQ
Historic tourist drives around Warwick
Yangan school of Arts
Yangan - horses and machinery and wheat farm
Southern Downs Cemeteries
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: 21 Jan 2007

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Yarraman Rosalie

Yarraman cemetery, Toowoomba Regional Council (formerly Rosalie Shire)


Address: Yarraman Kooralgin Road, Turn south from New England Highway about 2.5km west of Yarraman.
Opened: 1910
# graves:

More information about
Maggie Rail's transcriptions on Interment.net
Rossow and Beitzel Genealogy Pages - Yarraman Cemetery
Funeral for slain police officer - Senior Sergeant Perry Irwin
History of Rosalie Shire
Places to visit - Yarraman
Wikipedia - Yarraman
History of Yarraman State School
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries (including search)
Toowoomba Regional Council - Yarraman Cemetery
Queensland Historical Atlas - Darling Downs

Photographed: Mar 2009

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Yelarbon

Yelarbon Waggamba

Yelarbon, Waggamba Shire


Address:
Opened: approx. 18xx
# graves:

More information about
Waggamba Shire Council - YELARBON CEMETERY
CEMETERIES OF THE DARLING DOWNS AND BEYOND - Yelarbon General Cemetery

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Yuleba maranoa region