Bendigo Tour #2
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- 01 BETHAM John - a pioneer doctor.
He died 11/03/1870 aged 42. Section E4 grave #1392.
- 02 WOLSTENCROFT John - established family brick making company.
Died 5/03/1922 aged 87. Section E4 grave #2747.
- 03 RUNDLE This grave is for Elizabeth Jane & Amy Catherine RUNDLE,
two young sisters buried in D4 grave #755.
- 04 Secton D Area photo. - All the grave mounds in this area have been levelled.
Distinctive and identifying features have been obliterated.
Look around the cemetery and you will see this has occurred in many other sections.
- 05 BOCKELMANN a Bockelmann and John Nissen grave - a musician's headstone.
Heinrick died 21/11/1905 aged 75 years. Section B4 grave #3343.
- 06 INGLEBY Charles - He died 16/01/1864 aged 23.
An old sandstone headstone. Section B4 grave #1631.
- 07 WHITE John, noted bushman and cattleman.
Died 26/07/1864 aged 42. Section B4 grave #1820.
- 08 ASPINALL George. He was a butcher when he first came to the goldfields in 1853.
He twice occupied the position of Mayor.
He died 18/05/1883 aged 52. Section A3 grave #8753.
- 09 HORWOOD Joel An Ironfounder and a prominent figure in the commercial world.
He died 4/05/1900 aged 68. Section A2 grave #5180.
- 10 MONTGOMERY James. A Solicitor, he was a very early of colonist.
He died 23/04/1875 aged 70. Section A2 grave #5629.
- 11 WILLIAMSON Richard. He was businessman and mining director and
owner of some property including the Hopetoun Hotel.
Died 1/11/1909 aged 73. Section B2 grave #6348.
- 12 HOBSON George. Masonic and Oddfellow member and member of the Bendigo Council.
He died 11/02/1897 aged 39. Section B1 grave #9059.
- 13 STEVENS John. Clasping hands headstone. Former miner.
He died 29/05/1907 aged 62 years. Section A6 grave #8578.
- 14 NORTHCOTT James. Main manager to George Lansell's mines,
James was most famously known for being bandmaster to Northcott's City Band.
Died 18/12/1904 aged 67. Section B7 grave #18091.
- 15 HAVERFIELD Robert. He was grazier, drover, miner, newspaper proprietor,
editor and writer and founder of the Bendigo Advertiser.
Died 20/04/1889 aged 70. Section C6 grave #11060.
- 16 Chinese area Area photo. Chinese Section C1, footstones, not headstones.
- 17 LIEVESLEY Reginald. Words on headstone to his memory and his mother, who was buried at sea.
Section D6 grave #12838.
- 18 JONES William Henry - He was found drowned in a dam in Quarry Hill, November 1893 aged 84.
His grave has a unique wire fence and rusted iron shield, but no headstone.
Buried in section D6 grave #12824.
A 2nd file details a grave for Edwin Collcutt who has a similar fenced grave in D6.
He is also buried in section D6 grave #14068.
- 19 ANDREW James. He was a JP and auctioneer.
He died in Scotland and his body brought back to Australia for burial in Bendigo.
Buried in section E6 grave #18069.
- 20 PARDON Frederick. This grave has 6 vault rings.
Section F6 grave #26294.
- 21 QUICK Sir John. He was a leading Australian politician,
active freemason and lawyer, and sometimes called Founder of Federation.
Section H1 grave #29185, and a 2nd pdf file.
- 22 LANGLEY Henry Archdall. 1st Anglican Bishop Bendigo.
Section G1 grave #18963, and a 2nd pdf file.
- 23 HOLMES Harry - well known pastoralist at Elmore & Mayor of Bendigo
and 1st husband to Amy. Also Douglas and Amy Bayne - well known benefactors of many Bendigo institutions.
Section H3 grave #23517.
- 24 Burke & Wills Memorial the Leaders - 2nd pdf Wills - 3rd pdf Burke - 4th pdf Rescue Attempts
- 5th pdf Public Funeral - 6th pdf King.
- 25 Catholic Priests Graves in section G4.
- 26 CAHILL Sylvester. Tragic deaths at during Royal visit in 1867. Three boys burnt to death.
Section G4 grave #2885. - sandstone obelisks - Galatea tragedy.
- 27 Secton G5 Area photo. Section G5 is an old Irish Catholic area.
- 28 OAKLEY Thomas. Early undertaker in Bendigo from 1853. Died 16/12/1885 aged 76.
Section F5 grave #3211.