formerly called Sandhurst Cemetery
for some of Bendigo's pioneers and stories.
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- 01 HUSTLER Tom - died 1863.
- 02 Hustlers Mine Accident in 1914 - Worst Mine Accident in Bendigo - 7 miners killed.
- 03 BEEBE William - died 1891, stonemason.
- 04 BEEBE Jacob - died 1867, brother to William.
- 05 BEEBE Mary - died 1903, wife to William.
- 06 JENKINS William - went missing in 1867 while walking home through the goldfield.
- 07 CLARK Robert - Goldminer, Journalist, Local Government Head, Trade Union Leader and Politician. He died 1883.
- 08 SANDERS John Thomas - First Deputy Registrar in Bendigo. He died in 1875.
- 09 KNIGHT George William - architect, engineer and horticulturist. He died in 1923.
- 09A Letters and Picture 2 further stories about Knight.
- 10 DENOVAN William Dixon Campbell - an old Bendigonian. He died 1906.
- 10A Monster Meeting 1854 and Temperance meeting letters 2 further stories about DENOVAN.
Added to the list in December 2020.
- 11 Burke and Wills The 1860 Expedition.
- 12 Early history of Bendigo Before Gold.
- 13 History of early gold A newspaper article written for the Bendigo Advertiser in November 1901,
describing some early history associated with the beginning of Bendigo and its golden early days.
- 14 Constable Ryan Ryan went missing at White Hills in 1886. His body was never found.
- 15 The Price of Gold How much was a miner's life worth. Some mining accidents retold from inquest reports.
Added to the list in March 2021.
- 16 George Aspinall an old Bendigonian & mayor of the city.
- 17 Coroners Stories of the hard working Coroners of Sandhurst.
- 18 Bockelmann family grave.
- 19 COATH Richard worked in the Victoria Hill Reef clain. Also a story about his house.
- 20 John CROWLEY, Built the "The Shamrock" hotel in Bendigo.
- 21 Elvisus EGGLES A melancholy suicide.
- 22 John GUNYON Death from a fight at a hotel.
- 23 Robert Ross Haverfield A drover and later a newspaper man.
- 24 John HOSKINS A melancholy suicide. Was twice mayor of Bendigo.
- 25 William Hunter was a well known and wealthy mining investor in the Bendigo Goldfields.
- 26 Arthur Moore LLOYD was a drover and stock dealer.
- 27 Sir John McIntyre politician and businessman.
- 28 James Northcott a veteran bandsman.
- 29 Sir John Quick played a more notable part in the Federation of Australia.
- 30 John Boyd Watson one of the richest men to work the mining reefs of Sandhurst.
Added to the list in May 17, 2021.
- 31 Powder Factory Explosion at Eaglehawk in 1887, eight people killed.
- 32 Four fires over six years Stories on the Powder Factory Explosions and nine lives lost.
- 33 LOEMANN suspected murder of a puddler by his mate.
- 34 McDONALD Sarah was murdered on 1/08/1860 aged 50 years, by her husband John.
- 35 McELLIGOTT, Thomas attacked by three Chinese on Wednesday 1 June 1859. But was it not just pay back.
- 36 a new story McElligott, a new story in 1983.
- 37 McKENZIE William and the Teapot Cash Store.
- 38 Ernest Muller a successful business man.
- 39 Morgan O'Brien, a chemist, but alone in death.
- 40 John WOLSTENCROFT he established a brick making company with his brother William.