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BICK, Selwyn Ronald
Aged 85 Years
Late of Bundaberg.
Passed away peacefully at Friendly Society Private Hospital, January 24, 2014
Beloved Husband of Joan. Dearly loved Father and Father-in-law of Betty, Ron and Carole.
"Rest In Peace"
A Funeral Service for the late Selwyn Bick will be held in Bundaberg, on Thursday, January 30th, 2014 at 1.30 p.m., prior to Private Cremation.
DES ALLEN & CO FUNERALS Bundaberg, Qld. Phone 4153 2424 
BICK, Selwyn Ronald (I3144)
252 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5857
Blacksmith Business for Sale or to Let. THIS BUSINESS, which has been carried on by Mr. C. H. Hempel for the last 9 years, is on account of owner's sickness, FOR SALE or TO LET. Shop and dwelling house only about 6 months old. Price for the lot, inclusive of tools (in good condition), £600. Particulars to be had from
MRS. HEMPEL, Tallangatta. 
HEMPEL, Charles Henry (I33)

LAIDLEY, August 23. A pleasant function took place at the residence of Mr. F. Kowaltzke, Blenheim, on Saturday, August 4. The event was the celebration of the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Jackwitz.

The function was organised as a surprise by their son and daughters, Mr. F. Jackwitz, Mrs. H. Hauschildt, Mrs. H. Wegner, and Mrs. F. Kowaltzke. The bridal party were met by members of the Lilydale Band, about half a mile from the residence. The band escorted the happy couple to the accompaniment of appropriate music. On arrival they were met by their children and grandchildren, and friends, and cameras were used. On arrival each guest was presented with a blue and gold rosette, as a memento of the occasion. It was the first golden wedding celebrated at Blenheim.

At noon the bridal couple and guests adjourned to the verandah, where the tables were laid. They were beautifully decorated with golden-coloured flowers and streamers, the work of the old couple's grandchildren. In front of the "bride and bridegroom" was a very handsome two-tier wedding cake, which was made by their daughter, Mrs. Hauschildt, and iced and decorated in white and gold by their grandchild, Miss Hilda Hauschildt.

Rev. W. K. Holmans presided. He expressed his pleasure at being present on such a happy occasion, congratulating the bride and bridegroom on having attained the 50th anniversary of their wedding day. The toast, "The Bride and Bridegroom," was proposed by Mr. F. Blake, and supported by Cr. T. L. Moon. Mrs. Heinrich, of Kalbar, was asked to make a presentation to the happy couple from their children. She congratulated the happy couple, and feelingly referred to Mrs. Jackwitz's kindness to her in the early years of her work at Blenheim. She also apologised for the absence of Rev. J. Heinrich. Mr. F. Topp, on behalf of himself and other members of the band, thanked the promoters for their kind invitation. In the course of the afternoon the band played selections, which were appreciated by the company. The evening was spent in games and community singing, and at the end all sang "For They Are Jolly Good Fellows."

EARLY DAYS. Mr. Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Jackwitz was born at Breslau (Germany) on August 15, 1860. At the age of 18 years, he set sail from Hamburg with his parents in the German sailing ship, "Herschel," and after 16½ weeks' sailing the first land he saw was Maryborough, Queensland. After staying at Maryborough for a short time the family went to Brisbane, and from there to Tarampa. After living there for three years, they removed to Blenheim, known at that time as Sandy Creek. They were amongst the first pioneers.

In 1888 Mr. Jackwitz took up a selection of 76 acres on the western side of Sandy Creek. In 1884 be married Miss Bertha Schroder, of Tarampa, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Thos. Nock, Methodist Minister.

Mrs. Jackwitz and her parents arrived in Brisbane from Germany 69 years ago. After living at Oxley Creek, Brisbane River, for a short period, they took up a selection at Tarampa.

When Mr. Jackwitz first came to Laidley there was only one hotel (Chambers's), one store (Glesman's), Mr. H. Head's blacksmith shop, and Mr. P. Nielsen, saddler.

Mr. Jackwitz was a bootmaker by trade, but he took on farming, and with his wife had to fell the scrub, plant their crops with a hoe, make their own road to their property, and cart their produce to market, three bags at a time, in a wooden trolley made by himself. The lowest price he received for maize was 9d. a bushel. They had also to carry their water in buckets for three miles.

He was a great lover of band music, and was a foundation member of the first and only brass band formed at Blenheim-by Mr. C. Cross. He was also band conductor for a period, and the band played for Church functions, the show, and sports.

He was a foundation member of the first Baptist Church, which was built on his father's property, and in conjunction with Mr. C. Mutzleberg, opened the first Baptist Sunday School, being Superintendent of the school, and choir conductor for several years. He still takes a keen interest in the work of his Church.

The children living are one son and three daughters, 21 grandchildren, one great grandchild. One son died 18 years ago. Mr. Jackwitz has five brothers--Messrs. Herman (Tarampa), Wilhelm (Coominya), Albert (Forest Hill), Otto and Paul (Blenheim). 
Family F5839
BLIESNER, Mr. Friedrich Wilhelm (Gus), Tarong Road, Nanango. Relatives and Friends of Mrs. M. D. Bliesner and Family are respectfully advised of the death of her beloved Husband, their Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather. The Funeral is appointed to leave Presbyterian Church, Nanango, To-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 a.m., for Nanango Cemetery.   METROPOLITAN FUNERALS, in Conjunction with A. B. SARGENT, Nanango.

1951 'Family Notices.', The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), 3 December, p. 10, viewed 11 July, 2012, 
BLIESNER, Friedrich Wilhelm Gustav "Gus" (I180)
BLIESNER.-The Friends of Mrs. LOUISA BLIESNER (relict of the late August Bliesner) are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, to move from her late Residence, North Laidley, at 10 o'clock THIS SATURDAY (FORENOON), for the Plainlands Cemetery.
E. A. GEDDES, Undertaker. 
OSTOJKE, Louise (I5409)
BOWEN, April 15.
Another death affecting Bowen was that of Mrs. Anne Beatson, an old resident of Maryborough. The late Mrs. Beatson was 91 years of age. Mrs. Beatson was the first lady J.P. in Maryborough. One of her sons is a well-known Bowenite, Mr. Andy Beatson. Another son, George, lives in Maryborough, and Tom in Brisbane. She is also survived by one daughter, Mrs. Wallace, who lives in Adelaide. To all the above relatives we extend full sympathy. 
PURCELL, Anne (I9013)
258 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5406
Brisbane Courier, Friday 28 April 1905, page 4


After forty years of hard toil in Brisbane Peter Von Dohren passed to his rest on Wednesday morning at the age of 60 years, after a short illness. An old and respected colonist, Mr. Von Dohren had earned the admiration and respect not only of his own German friends but of all with whom he had been associated. The story of his life is bound up in the early history of the State. He was born in Worden, in Germany and at the age of 19 emigrated to Queensland with his father Peter Von Dohren sen., his mother Annie Von Dohren, his brother John, his sisters and an old school mate, W. Von Senden. On arrival in Brisbane the colonists settled at Logan-road. Peter and his brother drove the first coaches to Beenleigh over the rough country. On more than one occasion the youthful coach driver was "stuck up" by desperadoes who thought he had gold on board. After his coach experience he became a cab driver and possessed the first hansom cab in Brisbane known as "Von Dohren's cab". Great was the competition for this vehicle and among those who at one time or another rode in it was the late Sir Charles Lilley. Mr. Von Dohren was one of the founders of the Stonehenge Druids' Lodge in Brisbane. He found his chief delight in his home and amidst his friends. He married Miss Minnie Kruse of Ipswich and at his death left a grown up family of four sons and three daughters. One of his sisters married Mr. H. Lose, another Mr. Jansen ("Narellan," North Quay), and a third Mr. P. Pute (Croydon). Many beautiful wreaths, including a magnificent one from his old friends on the Gresham cab rank were sent for the funeral which took place at 4 p.m. yesterday. 
VON DOHREN, Peter Heinrich (I2445)
Mr. Eric Wenck, who opened the Welcome Creek School six years ago, has received notice of his transfer to the Ithaca Creek School, Brisbane.
(Courier Mail 1 Dec 1936) 
WENCK, Eric Gerald Rupert (I226)
Candie Road, St Peter's Port, Guernsey, Guersney, Channel Isles

1) John Spiller, 25, [25-29] Blacksmith, born England [birth year estimated 1812-1816]
2) Fanny Spiller, 20, [20-24] born England [birth year estimated 1817-1821]
3) Joseph Spiller, 5 months, born Guernsey [birth year estimated 1841]
4) Amelia Dyer, 15, [15-19] born England [birth year estimated 1822-1826] 
DYER, Frances "Fanny" (I7616)
Candie Road, St Peter's Port, Guernsey, Guersney, Channel Isles

1) John Spiller, 25, [25-29] Blacksmith, born England [birth year estimated 1812-1816]
2) Fanny Spiller, 20, [20-24] born England [birth year estimated 1817-1821]
3) Joseph Spiller, 5 months, born Guernsey [birth year estimated 1841]
4) Amelia Dyer, 15, [15-19] born England [birth year estimated 1822-1826] 
SPILLER, John (I7617)
Carl arrived on the Merkara which had sailed from London 15 Dec 1885. He was aged 14. Free nominated. 
SCHMUNCK, Carl Friedrich (I4138)
CASSWELL -- The Relatives and Friends of Mr. A. Casswell and Family are invited to attend the Cremation Service of his beloved Wife and their Mother, Emma Elizabeth Casswell, of Stuartholme Road, Bardon, to be held in the Chapel of the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson, at 3 o'clock, This (Monday) Afternoon. No flowers by request.
ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director. 
MOORCROFT, Emma Elizabeth (I9074)
Certificate of Naturalization
Michael Knobel, native of Germany, Farmer, arrived in the Colony of New South Wales by the ship "Elenor" [Cesar & Helene arrived Melbourne] in the year 1858 and who has resided in the said Colony for 19 years. 
KNOBEL, Michael (I1067)
Charlwood 20.1.1896
Obum Obum 1.1.1899
Maida Hill 27.3.1901
Purga Creek 5.1907
Nebo 5.1909
Finch Hatton 8.1909
Other schools - Carney's Creek, Bell (this was formerly Maida Hill), The Caves and Murrarie, Brisbane where he retired about 1937.

In February 1907, Theodor was promoted from III3 to III2.
In April 1907 he was transferred from Maida Hill State School to Purga Creek State School. His standing was HT III2.
In January 1909 he was promoted from III2 to III1.
In April 1909 he was transferred form Purga  Creek State School to Nebo State School. His standing was HT III1.
In August 1909 he was transferred from Nebo State School to Finch Hatton State School. His standing was HT III1.
[Transferred to Murrarie State School after 19½ years at Finch Hatton]
In January 1911 he was promoted from III1 to II3.

The following is from "The Fassifern Story" by C K Pfeffer pages 254 and 257.

Many of the teachers allotted to provisional schools, though conscientious, were untrained. The appointment of TBJ Wenck as Charlwood's first school teacher in 1896 typifies the manner in which additional teachers were engaged. Following approval by the local school committee, the young Mr Wenck was instructed to journey to Brisbane for an interview and examination. This occurred on the 8th May 1895. Extracts from the Department of Public Instruction's report follow:

"The examinee is 21 years of age. He left Minden School at the age of 14, being then a 4th class pupil. He has been employed in station work since then, mostly riding after cattle; and he has tried to study to keep up his schooling at night school, as best he could…He has nearly lost the sight of his right eye, but he does not feel at much loss in his vision he says…He is quiet in manner, well grown, and of commonplace appearance."

Mr Wenck was examined in reading, spelling, meanings, geography, grammar, writing and arithmetic. Some of the comments were:

"Spelling - words of moderate difficulty were misspelt…Meanings - his mind works slowly, but he has sensible ideas…Geography - he has a fair knowledge of this subject, considering his schooling, and he has not forgotten what he learned."

The examiner's remarks were:
"I think his attainments are sufficient for the position of teacher at the proposed Provisional School at Charlwood. To wit, the Minister has approved of his appointment if he is found to be fit."

Three years later, in 1899, TBJ Wenck was moved to the new school at Obum Obum where he was again the first school teacher.

The following is from the Townsville Bulletin, 21 Jan 1929:
On 28th. December [1928] Mr. T. B. J. Wenck, who has been head teacher of the Hatton State School for the past 19½ years and who has been transferred to Murrarie, was entertained at a farewell social in the Cedar Hall, Finch Hatton, there was a great number present. Mr. J. O'Toole presided and on behalf of the residents presented Mr. Wenck with a wallet of notes. Mr. J. Cavanagh supported Mr. O'Toole in the remarks made by him of the many admirable characteristics of the guest. Mr. Wenck in recognising the gift voiced his pleasure and surprise and sincerely thanked them all for their kind action Mr. Wenck accompanied by Mrs. Wenck and family left for Murrarie on New Years morning. Mr. Ham succeeds Mr. Wenck. 
WENCK, Theodor Bernhart Julius "Ted" (I74)
CHESTER -Friends of Mr RICHARD HENRY CHESTER are informed that the remains of his late beloved wife, Elizabeth, will be interred in the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
The funeral will move from his residence, No. 54 Canterbury road, St Kilda, THIS DAY (Friday), Januarv 8) at 3 o'clock. 
B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors, Toorak road, South Yarra, and branches. 
CAFFYN, Elizabeth Hutchinson "Lybus" (I4130)
Church Broughton, Derbyshire

1) Samuel Turner, 25, Shoe maker, not born in county
2) Martha Turner, 25, born in county
3) Henry Turner, 5, born in county
4) Joseph Turner, 35, Shoe maker, born in county 
MOORCROFT, Martha (I9106)
Church Broughton, Derbyshire

1) Samuel Turner, 25, Shoe maker, not born in county
2) Martha Turner, 25, born in county
3) Henry Turner, 5, born in county
4) Joseph Turner, 35, Shoe maker, born in county 
TURNER, Samuel (I9107)
Church Broughton, Derbyshire

1) Samuel Turner, 25, Shoe maker, not born in county
2) Martha Turner, 25, born in county
3) Henry Turner, 5, born in county
4) Joseph Turner, 35, Shoe maker, born in county 
MOORCROFT, Henry (I9091)

Mr. James Brown.

Our Franklyn Church, in the Terowie Circuit, was bereft of one of its oldest and best-loved members on February 2. Mr. James Brown, who was the father of Mrs. A. Harding, had passed his ninety-third birthday, and for sixty-six years he had been a member of the Methodist Church. He was converted at the age of twenty-seven, in a Primitive Methodist Church in Driffield, Yorkshire. Yorkshire was both his natal and spiritual birthplace.

Immediately after his conversion he became interested in the affairs of Christ's kingdom, and up to within a few years of his death he was an active Church worker. He came to South Australia in the year 1852, in the ship "Shackamaxan." His wife died on board just before the vessel reached our coast, and she was buried on the beach by his own hands. His early life in this State was one of struggle and toil, but he was blessed with a sound constitution, a strong will, and a plentiful supply of energy, and these stood him in good stead. His first settled abode in this land was Waterloo, where he took up land and began farming. He at once identified himself with the Primitive Methodist Church in that locality, and held every office in the Church, including that of preacher. From Waterloo he removed to Iron Mine, and thence to Terowie. For the last twenty years he lived at Franklyn with his daughter, Mrs. Harding.

Until within a few weeks of his death he was a regular attendant at God's house. He was, without exception, the best listener in the congregation; highly respected by all, and dearly loved by all who knew him best. His end was one of profound faith and peace. Resting with full confidence in his Saviour, and with bright and hopeful anticipation, he passed away to the Church Triumphant. He left four daughters, thirty-six grandchildren, and ninety-nine great-grandchildren. 
BROWN, James (I9916)
August 25.
A GOLDEN WEDDING.-Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, of Deep Gully, near Grafton, celebrated their golden wedding. They have been blessed with several sons and daughters, and have a large number of grandchildren, as well as some great-grandchildren. About 100 relatives and connections met at their residence yesterday to congratulate the venerable pair on the auspicious event. 
Family F1954
Col. Dudley North.
Colonel Dudley North, C.B., who died at 23, Down-street, W., on Thursday, aged 77, was the only son of the late Dudley North, of Hastings. He was educated at Harrow, joined the 47th Regiment in 1858, and afterwards commanded the 2nd Battalion. He was a Special Service Officer on the Gold Coast, 1873-4 (dangerously wounded, mentioned in dispatches, medal and clasp, Brevet Major); A.D.C. to the Governor of Malta, 1875-8; and commanded a wing North Lancashire Regiment, with the Zhob Valley Expedition, 1884. He was Assistant Adjutant-General in Canada from 1892 till 1897, when he retired from the service.
The funeral is at Fairlight, Hastings, at 3 o'clock, to-morrow, when a memorial service will be held at Christ Church, Down-street, W. 
NORTH, Dudley (I7577)
(Before Messrs Fulton and Parkinson, J's.P.)
Five cases of assault and damage to property were heard, all of which arose out of a trouble in the Powell family. Charles Powell sued his wife and daughter for assault, and the wife summoned the husband and sons for assault.

Mr T. W. Hancock appeared for the father and sons, and Mr Sewell (of Messrs Harwood and Pincotti for the mother and daughter.

Charles Powell, laborer, said Margaret Powell was his wife and Lily Powell his daughter. Last Sunday his wife was at Mrs Bell's. He had many reasons to complain against them. It was 25 minutes past 1 when they came home that night. His three sons and John Monkevitch were home with him. His wife was the worse of liquor, and his daughter looked as though she had been drinking. He had instructed his sons to put the girl outside if she was quarrelsome. She used some bad language, and Thomas Powell said, "You sit down, or I will throw you out." The girl was thrown out, and she said she would "do" for Thomas Powell. The mother and daughter then smashed the windows, and Margaret Powell hit him on the eye with, a spade, and said, "That got one home on you." About five minutes afterwards the two women went away, and subsequently came back, and commenced throwing at the house. It was 20 minutes to 4 before the trouble settled down. Margaret Powell said she would hang for him.

To Mr Sewell - About two years ago he was fined for assaulting his wife. He had ten children, and made his living by carting wood. His wife did not keep the house. She went out to do washing. His daughter had not earned 3s for herself during the last seven months. He did not strike his wife with a paling, and could not account for the marks on her arm. He did not strike the daughter whilst his sons held her.

To Mr Hancock - The damage to the window sashes was about £1. For a month he had to look after the children, as Margaret Powell had not done any housework.

Thomas Powell, laborer, said that he went to his father's house last Sunday. His mother and sister came home about half-past 1 in the morning. His mother was drunk, and his sister had been drinking. He was acting under his father's instructions in putting his sister outside the door. He ran away, and entered the house at the back. The woman and girl, with a spade and shovel, started to smash up windows. He never interfered with them. The mark on his father's eye was caused by his mother. His father never assaulted the women.

To Mr Sewell -- He did not strike his sister or his mother.

Attewell Walter Powell corroborated the evidence of the previous witness. His mother was the worse of liquor.

Charles Powell said his father had to stay at home and mind the children. His mother was drunk, and he could see that the girl had had some drink.

John Monkevitch stated that when Margaret Powell and her daughter came home they started to smash up things.

This closed the case for the complainant.

Margaret Powell, defendant, said she was not in the habit of drinking. She never had any drink at Mrs Bell's. She went out washing and doing other work. It was about five or six weeks ago since her husband worked. They went home early in the evening, before 10 o'clock. The place was locked. She put her hand in the window, and her husband struck her on the arm. The boys were all armed with sticks. On the Monday they went back to the house, and two of the boys punched Lily Powell. She did not smash the windows.

Lily Powell said that her father had given her a drink in the house, but she never had any outside. Her mother put her arms in the window, and her father and one of the brothers hit her mother with palings. The men had a crosscut saw inside the house.

To Mr Hancock - They were not on the premises at 1 o'clock in the morning. Her father had never objected to the time she came home.

Ellen M. Bell said she knew Mrs Powell and her daughter. There was no drink in the house on the Sunday in question.

Robert Gaul, of Elliminyt, said there was no drink at Mrs Bell's place. It was about 10 o'clock when the Powell's went home.

The Bench intimated that the whole of the cases would be dismissed, and advised the family to try and live in harmony with one another, other wise one party or the other would find that something serious would happen. 
LENNON, Margaret Ann "Maggie" (I460)

From C. H. Johnstone, secretary of the Colac Ladies' Benevolent Society, with reference to a letter re Patrick Lennon, stating that an offer had been made to his son, who was an invalid, the right to use one of the society's beds in the Colac Hospital, which would have relieved the old couple of his care. He regretted to say that the offer was declined, and the committee were unable to do anything further, other than to continue the weekly payment of five shillings per week, which they had been in receipt of for years from the society.-Received.

1900 'COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL.', The Colac Herald (Vic. : 1875 - 1918), 23 November, p. 3, viewed 14 January, 2013,

From Patrick Lennon, asking for some support from the charitable vote, as he was 73 years of age and his wife was 65, and both were unable to work. He had resided in the shire for 46 years, and had always worked to rear his family of ten children, none of whom could afford any relief.-To be considered with the charitable vote.

1893 'COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL.', The Colac Herald (Vic. : 1875 - 1918), 21 July, p. 3, viewed 14 January, 2013, 
LENNON, Patrick Alexander (I34)
Pat (Meta) of Jeta Gardens Bethania.
Aged 101 Years
Loved Mother and Mother-in-law of Bruce (decd) and Maureen. Grandmother of Kathy, Peter and Tim. Great-grandmother of Chris, Michael, Chevelle and Sasha.
Relatives and Friends of Pat are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral Service to be held at St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church, 26 MacCarthy Road, Marsden on Tuesday 12th January, 2010 commencing at 10:30 a.m.
JG Lohrisch 3287 2030
100% Australian Family Owned 
SANKOWSKY, Meta Irene Clara "Pat" (I5473)
COLSTON nee Law,
Margaret Anne
Passed away 16th April, 2014.
Aged 67 Years.
Beloved Wife of Colin; Mother of Narelle and Bruce, Glenys and Ian, Jason and Anne; Grandmother of their Families; beloved Sister of Grace (decd), Ivan and Christine; Aunt of Matthew and Stuart.
Family and Friends are invited to attend the Celebration of Margaret's Life, to be held at the Church of Christ, 2 Bringelly Street, Arana Hills on Friday at 1 p.m.
No flowers by request, donations to The Weekend to End Women's Cancer (participant 720333-8), donation forms will be available at the service. 
LAW, Margaret Anne (I2387)
COLSTON, Gary Raymond
Late of Geebung. Passed away peacefully on 16th September, 2015 at the Prince Charles Hospital. Aged 54 Years. Much loved Son of Robert Colston (dec'd) and Margaret (Ann) Willis and Step-son of Maurice Willis. Loved Brother of Les, Kevin and Cheryl and Uncle to their families. Family and Friends are invited to attend a Celebration of His Life on Monday, 28th September, 2015 at 10:30 a.m., in the Metropolitan Funeral Home Chapel, 174 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe. 
COLSTON, Gary Raymond (I2373)
COLSTON.-The Funeral of the late Mr. ALEXANDER SIMON COLSTON will leave his home, No. 11 Lever st., West Coburg, at the conclusion of a service commencing at 9.20 a.m. TO- MORROW (Tuesday), for the Melbourne Crematorium, Fawkner.
W. G. APPS & SONS PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors, 395 High st., St. Kilda. Phone LA1271. 
COLSTON, Alexander Simon (I27)
Columbarium 13, Section 3 
COLSTON, Wilfred (I39)
Columbarium 13, Section 3 
STEVENS, Emily May (I40)
Columbarium 5, Section 18 
WENCK, Myrtle Clorine Ruby (I14)
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Monday 29 November 1954, page 6

WYATTE.-Relatives and Friends of Mrs. M. Wyatte are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of her late dearly beloved Husband, James Stanley Ernest Wyatte, to move from the Presbyterian Church, Laidley, after Service commencing at 2 p.m. This (Monday) Afternoon, for the Laidley Cemetery.
J. D. CRACK, Funeral Director, Laidley. 
Wyatte, James Stanley Ernest (I10383)
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 21 March 1942, page 10

SCHILLING.-- The Relatives and Friends of Frederich W. Schilling are invited to attend the Funeral of his Wife, Bertha Johanna, to leave the Lutheran Church, Woongoolba, at 2 p.m. To-day (Saturday), for the Pimpama Island Cemetery.
A. E. LOHRISCH, Funeral Director. 
KERLIN, Bertha Johanna (I6042)
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 15 December 1949, page 16

BIGGS, Victor H.-- The Relatives and friends of Mrs. Ida M. Biggs and family (Swan Street, Shorncliffe), are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband and their Father, Victor Francis Biggs (late Tramway Work-Shops), to leave St. Stephen's Cathedral, Elizabeth Street, City, This (Thursday) afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for Nudgee Cemeery. Mass at 6.30 a.m.
K. M. SMITH. L2031.

BIGGS, Victor F.-- The Relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Biggs, Mrs. E. Bynon, Mr. and Mrs. C. Col-lins, Mr. and Mrs. E. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. H. Biggs (Cairns), Mr. and Mrs. J. Peberdy and Families, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Brother, Brother-in-law, and Uncle, Victor Francis Biggs, to leave as per above notice.
K. M. SMITH. L2031.

BIGGS, Victor F-- H.A.C.B.S. St. James Branch, Coorparoo. The Officers and members of the above Branch, are requested to attend the Funeral of their deceased Bro. Victor F. Biggs, to leave as per above notice. By order of the President. 
BIGGS, Victor Francis (I471)
Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Tuesday 9 February 1954, page 16

ATTEWELL.- Relatives and Friends of the late Lucy Attewell (formerly Lucy Haines) are invited to attend her Funeral, to move from the Methodist Church, Laidley, after service commencing at 2 o'clock This (Tuesday) Afternoon, for the Laidley Cemetery. J. D. CRACK, Funeral Director, Laidley. 
KING, Lucy (I10040)
Court and newspaper reports give death date as 29 March not 30 March, 2008 
WUTH, Carmel Joy (I10315)
CREDITORS, next of kin, and all others having CLAIMS against the estate of the undermentioned person are required to SEND PARTICULARS thereof to Neil Henry Cheesley, of Barnawartha South, farmer, the administrator of the estate of the deceased, to the care of Frank B. Lethbridge, of Chiltern, solicitor, on or before the twentieth day of February, 1948, otherwise they may be excluded when the assets are being distributed.
Usual Residence.-Barnawartha South. Victoria.
Date of Death of Deceased.-1st day of May, 1947.
Dated the sixteenth day of December, 1947.
FRANK B. LETHBRIDGE, Conness street,
Chiltern, solicitor for the administrator.

The Argus, 19 December 1947, p. 18 
ROBINSON, Elizabeth Jane (I1142)
Cremated remains collected 
MILLS, Harriet Myra (I6400)
Cremated remains collected 
WITTY, Richard John Lawrence (I6435)
Cremated remains posted 
WITHAM, Violet Mary Gwendolyn "Gwen" (I6392)
Cremated Remains Scattered 
ORMAND, James Alfred John (I9236)
Noel James
Late of Gatton. Passed away peacefully on Monday 14th March 2016.
Aged 84 Years
Beloved Husband of Gwen. Much loved Father and Father in Law of Julie and Peter, Robyn and Richard, Michael and Nicola, Peter and Tanya, Richard and Adele. Sadly missed Grandfather to their Families.
Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend Noel's Funeral Service to be held at St. Alban's Anglican Church cnr of Railway and Spencer Streets Gatton, on Friday 18th March 2016, commencing at 11.00 am. Then to the Gatton Cemetery. 
CROZIER, Noel James (I8864)
Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936), Monday 11 July 1927, page 10


BLIGHT.-The friends of Mrs. ELIZABETH BLIGHT, Deceased (of Buxton-street, Doomben) are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, to move from the Funeral Parlour, Wickham-street, Valley, TO-MORROW (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock to the Bulimba Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH, Undertaker.

BLIGHT.-The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. Williams and Family, Mr. and Mrs. W. Morish and Family, and Mr. F. T Blight and Family are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their Deceased Mother and Mother-in-Law (Mrs. E. Blight), to move from the Funeral Parlour, Wickham-street, Valley, TO-MORROW (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, to the Bulimba Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH, Undertaker. 
PRETTY, Elizabeth (I9286)
Daily Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928), Friday 27 April 1917, page 1

Friends are respectfully invited to follow the remains of MARY (MAY), the beloved wife of Roy Eastman, to the place of interment. The Funeral is appointed to leave the residence of her parents, 51 High-street, THIS DAY at 12 o'clock, and arrive at Bishopsbourne Cemetery at 3 p.m. -- DOOLAN, Undertaker, Wellington and Balfour streets, 257 Charles-street. Telephone 290. 
ATKINS, May Mary Field (I4072)
David G. Roughead

December 18, 2001 of Kenmore, NY, beloved husband of the late Anne and Patricia Roughead; father of Diane (Terry) Hall; grandfather of Arthur (Carla) Mangone; great-grandfather of Michael and Matthew; brother of Grace Fruehauf and the late Jessie Laible, Isabelle Merla, Jean Messmer and William Roughead; also survived by his step children and many nieces and nephews.

Friends may call Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 at the LESTER H. WEDEKINDT INC., FUNERAL HOME, 3290 Delaware Ave., where funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10. Friends invited. Mr. Roughead was owner and president of Excelsior Steel Ball Company. 
ROUGHEAD, David George (I4009)
David Rapke
Springvale Botanical Cemetery
The cremated remains have been collected 
RAPKE, David (I8988)
DAVIES. - The Friends and Relatives of Mr. JOHN DAVIES are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his beloved wife, Emily Gertrude, to the place of interment, Footscray Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from the residence of Mr. John Collins, 18 Byron-street, Footscray, THIS DAY (Wednesday), the 12th August, at 2 p.m. 
POWELL, Emily Gertrude Alice (I1725)
Death is fast thinning the ranks of those who resided in this district in the stirring days of the early gold rushes. On Monday last Mrs Wilkinson, widow of the late Robert Wood Wilkinson, J P. (who carried on business in Talbot as a chemist until about 30 years ago, when he removed to Maryborough), died at her daughter's residence, Malmsbury. Her youngest son, Gerald Ivor, lost his life in the Boer war, and the drinking fountain opposite the Town Hall was erected by the citizens of Maryborough to perpetuate his memory. The deceased lady leaves a grown-up family of one son (Mr Robert W. Wilkinson, of Melbourne) and four daughters. The remains were brought to Maryborough, and interred in the family grave on Tuesday afternoon. The pall-bearers were Messrs Clarence Smith, J. R. Deans, J. C. Chisholm, and J. N. Gearing. The service at the graveside was conducted by the Rev. Canon Davies. Mrs Wilkinson was highly esteemed in Talbot, and her old friends here will much regret to hear of her demise. 
OXLEY, Anderina (I9830)
Death of an Old Colonist.

Mr. Charles Weeden Lockyer, who died at his residence, 21 Womerah Avenue, Darlinghurst, on March 28, was in his 78th year. Born at Weeden Barracks, Northamptonshire, he came to New South Wales with his parents, in the Royal Charlotte, when only 12 months old. He was the son of the late Major Edmund Lockyer, of the 57th Regiment, at one time Usher of the Black Rod in the N.S.W. Parliament. He was educated in King's School, Parramatta, and afterwards undertook the management of several stations, principally the properties of his father. One of these was "Lockyer's Lea," near Goulburn. This, the homestead of the late Major Lockyer, was named after the family. The late Mr. Lockyer was for a number of years an officer of H.M. Customs. On retirement, he volunteered his services in connection with the Maori war, serving three years under Colonel Hamilton. For his services he received a grant from the Crown of 50 acres of land and a silver medal. On returning to Sydney, he received an appointment in the Stamp Office, under Mr. Hemming, but on account of ill-health he was compelled to resign. He was twice married. By the first wife there were three sons, and by the second one son and four daughters, all of whom survive him. Mr. Nicholas Lockyer, Collector of Customs, is a brother of the deceased gentleman. 
LOCKYER, Charles Weedon (I1315)

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