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

1904 Post Office Directory - Rosedale. Rosevale. Mount Morinish. Mount Perry. Mount Pleasant. Mount Rainbow. Mount Romeo Mount Shamrock. Mountside. Mount Stanley. Mount Sturt.

http://members.ozemail.com.au/~jpshort/goughs.htm - Gough family
 
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~comerford/ - LAWRENCE family
 
http://www.schools.ash.org.au/rosevale/ - Rosevale state school
 
http://www.vcpa.com.au/QLD/boonah_fassifern_guardian.html - Fassifern Guardian (Boonah)
 
http://www.donicht.de/sbeverlyannmarkham.htm - From Hohenselchow to Queensland
 
http://www.mun.ca/rels/restmov/digital/jph/JPH114.HTM - Jubilee Pictorial History of Churches of Christ in Australasia (1903)
 
http://www.nrm.qld.gov.au/property/placenames/detail.php?id=29068 -

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ROSEVALE

Place Type Parish
Local Authority Boonah Shire
Status Approved & Current
Gazettal
Plan Number
Narrative Derived from pastoral run name, used by William? Ross ( - ) pastoralist originally Rossvale, corrupted to Rosevale between 1850s and 1860s.
Alternative Name
Previous Name
Location
Latitude: 27 52' S
Longitude: 152 26' E
Datum: GDA94
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ROSEVALE

Place Type Locality Bounded
Local Authority Boonah Shire
Status Approved & Current
Gazettal
Date: 25-Aug-2000
Page: 1423
Plan Number QPN751
Narrative Derived from a pastoral run name used first in 1850s, by William? Ross ( - ) pastoralist, as Rossvale. Named and bounded by the Minister for Natural Resources 25th August 2000.
Alternative Name
Previous Name
Location
Latitude: 27 51' 33" S
Longitude: 152 29' 29" E
Datum: GDA94
 
 


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Photographed: 5 Mar 2006

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Latitude -27.86390631689937, Longitude 152.475627494725
Latitude -27° 51’ 50", Longitude 152° 28’ 32"

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