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151
Address: Scarbro Road, Great Driffield

1) William Rowley, head, married, 51, bricklayer, born Harpham, Yorkshire
2) Miriam Rowley, wife, married, 50, born Southburn, Yorkshire
3) William Rowley, son, unmarried, 22, labourer, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
4) Mary A Edmonds, dau, married, 20, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
5) Anna M Rowley, dau, unmarried, 12, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
6) Harriet Rowley, dau, 10, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
7) Henry Edmonds, son in law, married, 23, labourer, born Thornholme, Yorkshire 
BROWN, Miriam (I10828)
 
152
Address: Scarbro Road, Great Driffield

1) William Rowley, head, married, 51, bricklayer, born Harpham, Yorkshire
2) Miriam Rowley, wife, married, 50, born Southburn, Yorkshire
3) William Rowley, son, unmarried, 22, labourer, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
4) Mary A Edmonds, dau, married, 20, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
5) Anna M Rowley, dau, unmarried, 12, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
6) Harriet Rowley, dau, 10, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
7) Henry Edmonds, son in law, married, 23, labourer, born Thornholme, Yorkshire 
ROWLEY, William (I10829)
 
153
Address: Scarbro Road, Great Driffield

1) William Rowley, head, married, 51, bricklayer, born Harpham, Yorkshire
2) Miriam Rowley, wife, married, 50, born Southburn, Yorkshire
3) William Rowley, son, unmarried, 22, labourer, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
4) Mary A Edmonds, dau, married, 20, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
5) Anna M Rowley, dau, unmarried, 12, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
6) Harriet Rowley, dau, 10, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
7) Henry Edmonds, son in law, married, 23, labourer, born Thornholme, Yorkshire 
ROWLEY, William (I10849)
 
154
Address: Scarbro Road, Great Driffield

1) William Rowley, head, married, 51, bricklayer, born Harpham, Yorkshire
2) Miriam Rowley, wife, married, 50, born Southburn, Yorkshire
3) William Rowley, son, unmarried, 22, labourer, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
4) Mary A Edmonds, dau, married, 20, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
5) Anna M Rowley, dau, unmarried, 12, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
6) Harriet Rowley, dau, 10, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
7) Henry Edmonds, son in law, married, 23, labourer, born Thornholme, Yorkshire 
ROWLEY, Mary Ann (I10850)
 
155
Address: Scarbro Road, Great Driffield

1) William Rowley, head, married, 51, bricklayer, born Harpham, Yorkshire
2) Miriam Rowley, wife, married, 50, born Southburn, Yorkshire
3) William Rowley, son, unmarried, 22, labourer, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
4) Mary A Edmonds, dau, married, 20, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
5) Anna M Rowley, dau, unmarried, 12, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
6) Harriet Rowley, dau, 10, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
7) Henry Edmonds, son in law, married, 23, labourer, born Thornholme, Yorkshire 
ROWLEY, Hannah Maria (I10853)
 
156
Address: Scarbro Road, Great Driffield

1) William Rowley, head, married, 51, bricklayer, born Harpham, Yorkshire
2) Miriam Rowley, wife, married, 50, born Southburn, Yorkshire
3) William Rowley, son, unmarried, 22, labourer, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
4) Mary A Edmonds, dau, married, 20, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
5) Anna M Rowley, dau, unmarried, 12, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
6) Harriet Rowley, dau, 10, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
7) Henry Edmonds, son in law, married, 23, labourer, born Thornholme, Yorkshire 
ROWLEY, Hannah Maria (I10853)
 
157
Address: Scarbro Road, Great Driffield

1) William Rowley, head, married, 51, bricklayer, born Harpham, Yorkshire
2) Miriam Rowley, wife, married, 50, born Southburn, Yorkshire
3) William Rowley, son, unmarried, 22, labourer, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
4) Mary A Edmonds, dau, married, 20, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
5) Anna M Rowley, dau, unmarried, 12, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
6) Harriet Rowley, dau, 10, born Ruston Parva, Yorkshire
7) Henry Edmonds, son in law, married, 23, labourer, born Thornholme, Yorkshire 
ROWLEY, Harriet (I10854)
 
158
Address: Slaters Yard

1) Moorcroft, William, head, married, 21, Ag Labourer, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Moorcroft, Ann, wife, married, 21, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
3) Moorcroft, Emma E, daughter, single, 2, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
4) Moorcroft, William H, son, single, 1, born Hatton, Derbyshire 
MOORCROFT, William Henry (I9075)
 
159
Address: Slaters Yard

1) Moorcroft, William, head, married, 21, Ag Labourer, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Moorcroft, Ann, wife, married, 21, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
3) Moorcroft, Emma E, daughter, single, 2, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
4) Moorcroft, William H, son, single, 1, born Hatton, Derbyshire 
MOORCROFT, Emma Elizabeth (I9074)
 
160
Address: Slaters Yard

1) Moorcroft, William, head, married, 21, Ag Labourer, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Moorcroft, Ann, wife, married, 21, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
3) Moorcroft, Emma E, daughter, single, 2, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
4) Moorcroft, William H, son, single, 1, born Hatton, Derbyshire 
MOOORHOUSE, Ann (I8750)
 
161
Address: Slaters Yard

1) Moorcroft, William, head, married, 21, Ag Labourer, born Scropton, Derbyshire
2) Moorcroft, Ann, wife, married, 21, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
3) Moorcroft, Emma E, daughter, single, 2, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
4) Moorcroft, William H, son, single, 1, born Hatton, Derbyshire 
MOORCROFT, William Henry (I8749)
 
162
Address: The Village, Newton Solney,

1) Thomas Moorhouse, head, married, 36, Collier, born Repton, Derbyshire
2) Elizabeth Moorhouse, wife, married, 33, born Shardlow, Derbyshire
3) Thomas Moorhouse, son, 11, General Servant, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
4) Ann Moorhouse, dau, 10, Scholar, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
5) Pheby Moorhouse, dau, 8, Scholar, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
6) George Moorhouse, son, 6, Scholar, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
7) James Moorhouse, son, 2, born Newton Solney, DerbyshireMoorhouse 
MOOORHOUSE, Thomas (I9093)
 
163
Address: The Village, Newton Solney,

1) Thomas Moorhouse, head, married, 36, Collier, born Repton, Derbyshire
2) Elizabeth Moorhouse, wife, married, 33, born Shardlow, Derbyshire
3) Thomas Moorhouse, son, 11, General Servant, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
4) Ann Moorhouse, dau, 10, Scholar, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
5) Pheby Moorhouse, dau, 8, Scholar, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
6) George Moorhouse, son, 6, Scholar, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
7) James Moorhouse, son, 2, born Newton Solney, DerbyshireMoorhouse 
MOOORHOUSE, Ann (I8750)
 
164
Address: The Village, Newton Solney,

1) Thomas Moorhouse, head, married, 36, Collier, born Repton, Derbyshire
2) Elizabeth Moorhouse, wife, married, 33, born Shardlow, Derbyshire
3) Thomas Moorhouse, son, 11, General Servant, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
4) Ann Moorhouse, dau, 10, Scholar, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
5) Pheby Moorhouse, dau, 8, Scholar, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
6) George Moorhouse, son, 6, Scholar, born Newton Solney, Derbyshire
7) James Moorhouse, son, 2, born Newton Solney, DerbyshireMoorhouse 
SAXTON, Elizabeth (I9105)
 
165
Address: West Street, Great Grimsby

1)ROBINSON, George M 30 Laborer, born Lincolnshire
2)ROBINSON, Ann F 25, born  Lincolnshire
3)ROBINSON, John M 6, born  Lincolnshire
4)ROBINSON, Maria F 4, born Lincolnshire
5)ROBINSON, Robert M 2, born  Lincolnshire
6)ROBINSON, Charles M (10 months), born Lincolnshire 
ROBINSON, Charles (I9019)
 
166
Address: West Street, Great Grimsby

1)ROBINSON, George M 30 Laborer, born Lincolnshire
2)ROBINSON, Ann F 25, born  Lincolnshire
3)ROBINSON, John M 6, born  Lincolnshire
4)ROBINSON, Maria F 4, born Lincolnshire
5)ROBINSON, Robert M 2, born  Lincolnshire
6)ROBINSON, Charles M (10 months), born Lincolnshire 
ROBINSON, Robert (I9061)
 
167
Address: West Street, Great Grimsby

1)ROBINSON, George M 30 Laborer, born Lincolnshire
2)ROBINSON, Ann F 25, born  Lincolnshire
3)ROBINSON, John M 6, born  Lincolnshire
4)ROBINSON, Maria F 4, born Lincolnshire
5)ROBINSON, Robert M 2, born  Lincolnshire
6)ROBINSON, Charles M (10 months), born Lincolnshire 
ROBINSON, Maria (I5645)
 
168
Address: West Street, Great Grimsby

1)ROBINSON, George M 30 Laborer, born Lincolnshire
2)ROBINSON, Ann F 25, born  Lincolnshire
3)ROBINSON, John M 6, born  Lincolnshire
4)ROBINSON, Maria F 4, born Lincolnshire
5)ROBINSON, Robert M 2, born  Lincolnshire
6)ROBINSON, Charles M (10 months), born Lincolnshire 
ROBINSON, John (I9020)
 
169
Address: West Street, Great Grimsby

1)ROBINSON, George M 30 Laborer, born Lincolnshire
2)ROBINSON, Ann F 25, born  Lincolnshire
3)ROBINSON, John M 6, born  Lincolnshire
4)ROBINSON, Maria F 4, born Lincolnshire
5)ROBINSON, Robert M 2, born  Lincolnshire
6)ROBINSON, Charles M (10 months), born Lincolnshire 
GUNSON, Ann (I9018)
 
170
Address: West Street, Great Grimsby

1)ROBINSON, George M 30 Laborer, born Lincolnshire
2)ROBINSON, Ann F 25, born  Lincolnshire
3)ROBINSON, John M 6, born  Lincolnshire
4)ROBINSON, Maria F 4, born Lincolnshire
5)ROBINSON, Robert M 2, born  Lincolnshire
6)ROBINSON, Charles M (10 months), born Lincolnshire 
ROBINSON, George (I5887)
 
171
Address: West Street, Kilham, Yorkshire

1) William Routledge, head, married, 55, cobbler, born Elvington, Yorkshire
2) Elizabeth Routledge, wife, married, 39, cobbler wife, born Wetwang, Yorkshire
3) Mary A Heaslewood, dau, married, 19, born Kilham, Yorkshire
4) John Crake, nurse child, 1, born Scarborough, North Riding, Yorkshire
5) Anne Whitehand, visitor, 10, scholar, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire 
BROWN, Elizabeth "Betty" (I10825)
 
172
Address: West Street, Kilham, Yorkshire

1) William Routledge, head, married, 55, cobbler, born Elvington, Yorkshire
2) Elizabeth Routledge, wife, married, 39, cobbler wife, born Wetwang, Yorkshire
3) Mary A Heaslewood, dau, married, 19, born Kilham, Yorkshire
4) John Crake, nurse child, 1, born Scarborough, North Riding, Yorkshire
5) Anne Whitehand, visitor, 10, scholar, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire 
ROUTLEDGE, William (I10831)
 
173
Address: West Street, Kilham, Yorkshire

1) William Routledge, head, married, 55, cobbler, born Elvington, Yorkshire
2) Elizabeth Routledge, wife, married, 39, cobbler wife, born Wetwang, Yorkshire
3) Mary A Heaslewood, dau, married, 19, born Kilham, Yorkshire
4) John Crake, nurse child, 1, born Scarborough, North Riding, Yorkshire
5) Anne Whitehand, visitor, 10, scholar, born Great Driffield, Yorkshire 
WHITEHAND, Ann (I10837)
 
174
Address: West Street, Kilham, Yorkshire, England
1) William Routlidge, 40-44, shoemaker, born Yorkshire, England
2) Bessey Routlidge, 30-34, born Yorkshire, England 
BROWN, Elizabeth "Betty" (I10825)
 
175
Address: West Street, Kilham, Yorkshire, England
1) William Routlidge, 40-44, shoemaker, born Yorkshire, England
2) Bessey Routlidge, 30-34, born Yorkshire, England 
ROUTLEDGE, William (I10831)
 
176
Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Saturday 16 June 1928, page 7

FUNERAL NOTICES

HARDING.--THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. AARON HARDING are respectfully informed that his Remains will be removed from his late residence. No. 4, Union-street, Hyde Park, on SATURDAY, at 3 p.m., for the West-terrace Cemetery. (Motor Funeral.) 
HARDING, Aaron (I9927)
 
177
Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Tuesday 31 December 1940, page 2

OBITUARY :

Late Mrs. Rebecca  Rowsthorn 
There passed away at Penguin on December 24 an old and highly respected citizen of the district in the person of Mrs, Recbecca Rowsthorn, relict of the late Mr. William Rowsthorn. She was born at Littleworth,  England, in 1856, and was the second eldest daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Atkins.
When 14 months old, she came with her parents to Tasmania. They left England in the sailing vessel Fortune, the journey taking 13 weeks. Her  parents settled at Strathmore, and later Evandale. 
At 21 years of age she was married to the late Mr. William Rowsthorn, and the first 14 years of their married life was spent at Evandale. About 50 years ago they moved to the Ulverstone district, and for five years lived on Mr. Sam Mason's property on Gawler Road. 
About 45 years ago, with her late husband and family, she moved to South Riana. This was the third  pioneer family to take up residence in that district. In 1914, she and  her husband took up their residence in Penguin, where she remained until her death. Mr. Rowsthorn predeceased her by 15 years. 
She leaves a family of four daughters and three surviving sons. One son, Walter, made the supreme sacrifice during the Great War. The family comprises Mesdames A. Robson, Victoria; D. Robson and H. Ling, South Riana; H. Dobson, Lileah; and  Messrs. Cecil and Arthur, Penguin, Roland and Burnie. 
A largely attended funeral took place on December 26. The service at the Methodist Church and graveside were conducted by Rev. W. J.  Wilson, L.Th. The chief mourners were the three sons and four daughters. The carriers were four grandsons of deceased, R. and L. Ling, S. Robson and W. Rowsthorn. There are 26 grandchildren and 18 great-grand-children. 
For 68 years deceased was a member of the Methodist Church, and regularly attended worship until within five weeks of her death. She loved the House of God. Always of a bright and cheery disposition, she was held in very high respect. 
On Sunday evening a very largely attended in memoriam service in the Methodist, Penguin, was conducted by the minister of the circuit. The preacher took as his text, Prov. 31: 28 "Her children rise up and call her blessed." Four favorite hymns were sung, "Be Gone, Unbelief," "The Sands of Time," "Rock of Ages," and "Jesu, Lover of My Soul." Mr. R. Ling and Mrs. Casboult sang as a duet, "Some Time We'll Understand," and Mr. Max Ling rendered the solo, "Shadows." "Sun of My Soul" was sung by the choir. 
ATKINS, Rebecca (I2731)
 
178
Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Wednesday 30 December 1925, page 2

The Late Mr. W. Rowsthorne
The death occurred on Saturday last of Mr. William Rowsthorne at his late  residence, Penguin, at the age of 74 years. Deceased had not enjoyed good health for some time, and during the last few months, had been confined to his bed. 
Mr. Rowsthorne was born at Evandale, where he spent the early part of his life. He also learnt his trade as painter and decorator there. At the age of 38 he left Evandale, and settled down at Ulverstone, where he resided for 5 years. Later, he decided to try his fortunes on the land, and settled down with his wife and family at Riana. He was one of the old pioneers in Ihat districts, his family being the third lo take up residence there. He remained at Riana for 20 years, and finally removed to Penguin. He has always taken a keen interest in the Methodist Church, and was for many years a local preacher. He was also an ardent worker for the Manchester Unity Lodge. He leaves a wife, three sons-Arthur, Roland and Cecil-and four daughters- Mesdames A. Robson, D. Robson, H. Ling and H. Dobson. 
The funeral took place on Monday afternoon. The cortege was a lengthy one, showing the high esteem in which the deceased was held. The service at the graveside was conducted by the Rev. Butler. There were many beautiful floral tributes. The chief mourners were his three sons, two grandsons, Messrs. Jack and Spencer Robson, and two brothers-in-law, Messrs. Enos Atkins and Samuel Atkins. The pall-bearers were four sons-in-law of the deceased. 
ROWSTHORN, William (I4019)
 
179
Advocate (Melbourne, Vic. : 1868 - 1954), Thursday 20 December 1923, page 17

MR. PATRICK GRIEVE.

Another of the early residents of the Chiltern district has died in the person of Mr. Patrick Grieve, of Melbourne-road, Chiltern. Deceased was 92 years of age. He was attended by the Rev. J. O'Sullivan, who administered the Last Sacraments. He was a native of Londonderry, Ireland, and reached Victoria when a young man. He was in Ballarat

at the time of the Eureka riot, in 1854. Afterwards he went to Beeehworth. His first association with Chiltern began in 1859. He became a shareholder in the Township claim, from which some very fine returns were obtained. When deep and wet alluvial mining began at Xmastown, he was one of the first to work the lower portion of the Indigo lead. The mine never produced any substantial dividends. He became an engine driver at quite a number of claims along the lead and was for years connected with the Chiltern Valley ventures, but retired practically from active work about twenty years ago. He is survived by a wife and family of three sons (Messrs. Edward, Ballarat; Patrick and Thomas, Sydney), and five daughters (Mrs. M. Hayes, Albury; Mrs. T. Mulcahy, Chiltern; Mrs. C. Gordon, Prahran; Mrs. T. Bermingham, Glengarry; Mrs. T. Watson, Wagga). R.I.P. 
GRIEVE, Patrick (I7724)
 
180
Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 12 November 1937, page 1

POWELL.--The Friends of the late Mrs. MARGARET ANN POWELL are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred in the Footscray Cemetery. The funeral will leave the residence of her daughter (Mrs. E. Russell), Pitt-street, West Footscray, THIS (Friday) MORNING, at 11 o'clock.
NELSON BROS., Undertakers, Victoria-street, Footscray (tel. 43), and all suburbs. 
LENNON, Margaret Ann "Maggie" (I460)
 
181
Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 17 December 1945, page 8

FUNERAL NOTICES

WALKLATE.- The Funeral of the late Mrs. LUCY MARTHA WALKLATE will leave the Herbert King Memorial Chapel, 174, Lennox-street, Richmond, THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery. HERBERT KING and SONS, Richmond. 
ATKINS, Lucy Martha (I927)
 
182
Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 14 June 1941, page 13

FUNERAL NOTICES
PARTINGTON.--The Friends of the late WILLIAM JAMES PARTINGTON, of Greensborough, are respectfully informed that his funeral will leave the residence of Mr. Knapsy, George-street, Greensborough, THIS DAY (Saturday), June 14. at 3.30. p.m., for the Greensborough Cemetery.
E. TAYLOR and SONS, head office, Phone Heidelberg 55.

PARTINGTON.--HOPE OF GREENSBOROUGH l.O.R.. No. 169.--Members of the above Lodge and Order are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their respected Brother, WILLIAM JAMES PARTINGTON, to the place of interment, the Greensborough Cemetery, THIS DAY (Saturday), al 3.30 p.m.
A. IREDALE. Secretary. 
PARTINGTON, William James (I1552)
 
183
Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 30 September 1939, page 14

FUNERAL NOTICES.
WALKLATE. - The Friends of the late Mr. ENOCH HENRY WALKLATE are respectfully informed that his funeral will leave his residence, 50 Sutherland-street, West Brunswick, THIS DAY (Saturday), September 30, at 3.30 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery. Private funeral. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors, 788 Sydney-road, North Brunswick, Phone FW4126 (2 lines). 
WALKLATE, Enoch Henry "Henry" (I926)
 
184
Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 8 January 1949, page 23

LUCAS.--The Funeral of the late Mr JOHN CHARLES LUCAS will leave his residence, 100 Cross-street. Footscray, THIS DAY. at 10 a.m., for the Footscray Cemetery.
WALTER A. WARNE. MWI209 
LUCAS, John Charles (I10583)
 
185
Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 14 July 1864, page 3

NEW INSOLVENTS.

Charles Geering, bullock-driver, Rutherglen. Causes of insolvency : Loss of bullocks by disease, want of employment, and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, 142 2s 6d ; assets, 19 ; deficiency, 123 2s 6d. Mr Shaw, official assignee. 
GEERING, Charles (I3062)
 
186
Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 6 January 1949, page 6

POWELL.--The Funeral of the late Mr. MAURICE GORDON POWELL, of 2 Victoria-street, Footscray, will leave Nelson Bros.' Chapel, 7 Droop-street, Footscray. THIS DAY. at 3.45 p.m., for the Footscray Cemetery.
NELSON BROS., Footscray. MW1301. 
POWELL, Maurice Gordon (I1724)
 
187
Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Wednesday 9 August 1905, page 12

FUNERAL NOTICES.
HEMPEL.- All Friends of the late Mr. CHARLES HENRY HEMPEL are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the Melbourne Cemetery. The funeral leaves the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Sliedell, 147 Arthurton-road, Northcote, TO-MORROW (Thursday), 10th August, at 12.30 o'clock.
JONES BROTHERS. Undertakers, 307 High-street, Northcote; 193 Lonsdale-street, Melbourne, and suburbs, Phone 361. 
HEMPEL, Charles Henry (I33)
 
188
Air Pioneer Dies--R. H. Chester 

A son of Mrs. B. W. Chester of Wehl Street, Mount Gambier, and the late Mr. Chester, Mr. Richard Henry Chester, of St. Kilda, died at his home on Monday.
Described as a pioneer of aviation, the late Mr. Chester was one of the first Australians to design, build and fly his own aeroplane With the late Lt. Stutt, Mr. Chester made a record breaking trip from Point Cook, to Sydney.
Aged 65 years, Mr. Chester leaves a wife and four children. A son (Charles) was killed in an aircraft accident about 12 months ago in Western Australia. 
CHESTER, Richard Henry (I9684)
 
189
Albany Creek Crematorium
Mary Eileen Rossow
Single Niche 98 - Section 12 - Wall 3
Died 30 September 1976 aged 101 years

[Note - her age was actually 94 years] 
MOORCROFT, Mary Ellen Turner (I273)
 
190
Albany Creek Crematorium 
ROSSOW, Arnold Keith (I274)
 
191
Albany Creek Crematorium 
BALSTAD, May Bernice (I1929)
 
192
ALBRECHT-Relatives and Friends of the late WILHELM F. A. ALBRECHT are respectively invited to attend his Funeral, to move from his late Residence, Tallegalla, at 10.30 o'clock TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) MORNING for the Marburg Cemetery. O. BOETTCHER, Undertaker, Ipswich and Marburg. 
ALBRECHT, Wilhelm Frederick August (I5962)
 
193
Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1938), Friday 27 December 1901, page 23

Obituary. -- We regret having to record the death on Monday last of Mr. Michael Knobel, of Mungabareena. The deceased, who was 66 years of age, had been in failing health for some time, but had only been confined to his bed for a little over a week. He was an old and highly esteemed resident of the district, having arrived here over 45 years ago. He was a brother of Mrs. Dallinger, sen., and Mrs. Fred Dick (Newtown), and the late Mrs. K. Lobbe was also a sister. He was a widower, but leaves five daughters and one son to mourn their loss. The daughters are-- Mrs. Humphries (Yackandandah), Mrs. Trabant (Black Range), Mrs. W. Yule, Mrs. Coulston, and Miss A. Knobel, of Albury. The funeral took place yesterday. 
KNOBEL, Michael (I1067)
 
194
ALEXANDER
ETHEL VICTORIA
Fawkner     
Garden Of Remembrance 3
Wall Niches     
CR Interment     
11 Jun 1997            
07 Jun 1997 
MAGUIRE, Ethel Victoria (I9797)
 
195
ALEXANDER
LESLIE G
Fawkner     
Garden Of Remembrance 3
Wall Niches     
CR Interment     
17 May 1966      
ALEXANDER, Leslie George (I9796)
 
196
Alice May Rapke
Springvale Botanical Cemetery
The cremated remains have been collected 
WALLACE, Alice May (I8991)
 
197
An announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Elsie Olive May Maguire, the fourth daughter of James and Margaret Maguire, Merbein, to Mr. Daniel Wall, of Lachinsk, Russia. 
Family F6151
 
198
An old and highly respected resident of the Lowood district, Mrs. Mary Sailer, passed away on the night of April 26, at the age of 89 years. The late Mrs. Sailer was born at Kilkenny, Ireland, and came to Australia 61 years ago, at the age of 28 years, with her sister and brother (Bridget and James M'Grath), in the ship Rockcliff. She resided with her brother, William, in Ipswich, for some time, and after her marriage with Mr. Herbert Goodman they resided in New South Wales for a few years. While in the South Mr. H. Goodman died, and his widow returned to Ipswich. She later married Mr. Albert Sailer, who afterwards selected a homestead on the Tarampa Estate, near Lowood, where she had lived ever since, a period of 53 years. The late Mrs. Sailer leaves four children, Mrs. S. Jessop (Lowood), Mrs. Wenck (Kingaroy), Mr. W. Goodman (Lowood), and Mr. Joseph Sailer (Ipswich), 18 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Her husband predeceased her four years ago. 
McGRATH, Mary (I2175)
 
199
ANDERSON. The friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM ANDERSON are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, in the Campbellfield Cemetery.   
The funeral will leave his residence, Broadmeadows, THIS DAY (Monday, 28th inst.) at 3  o'clock p.m.
ALFRED ALLISON, Undertaker. Head office - 221 Victoria-street, West Melbourne; Mt. Alexander-road, Moone Ponds; Racecourse-road, Newmarket. Telephone 980. 
ANDERSON, William (I2959)
 
200
Ardern
A Eucharistic Mass for Mrs. Jean Margaret Ardern will be offered at St John's Anglican Church, Beechworth Road, Wodonga on Thursday January 25, 2018 to commence at 2pm.
A private cremation will follow Mass.

Published in The Border Mail on Jan. 20, 2018 
PATTIE, Jean Margaret (I979)
 

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