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1651
Serbian Order of Karageorge 4th. class with swords awarded to W.P.J. FARR DSO
Serbian Order of Karageorge 4th. class with swords awarded to W.P.J. FARR DSO
 
 
1652
Sgt. Edgar Ernest WALTER, DCM (1888-1957)
Sgt. Edgar Ernest WALTER, DCM (1888-1957)
 
 
1653
Sgt. Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943-)
Sgt. Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943-)
 
 
1654
Shearing time at 'Oakleigh Park', Noradjuha VIC. Photograph taken about 1910. Back row: Nellie May WALTER (m.n. COATES, 1882-1953) wife of N.E. WALTER at right, Ambrose Willcock WALTER (1833-1915), unknown, Norman Edgar WALTER (1885-1973) and Bertha Alinda WALTER (1874-1949). Middle row: All unknown. Front row: Frederick Joseph WALTER (1872-1925) and unknown.
Shearing time at "Oakleigh Park", Noradjuha VIC. Photograph taken about 1910. Back row: Nellie May WALTER (m.n. COATES, 1882-1953) wife of N.E. WALTER at right, Ambrose Willcock WALTER (1833-1915), unknown, Norman Edgar WALTER (1885-1973) and Bertha Alinda WALTER (1874-1949). Middle row: All unknown. Front row: Frederick Joseph WALTER (1872-1925) and unknown.
 
 
1655
Sidney Arthur WALTER (1881-1949 and his first wife Annie (m.n. CRANAGE, 1882-1912).
Sidney Arthur WALTER (1881-1949 and his first wife Annie (m.n. CRANAGE, 1882-1912).
 
 
1656
Sidney Arthur WALTER (1881-1949)
Sidney Arthur WALTER (1881-1949)
 
 
1657
Six of the seven children of Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) and his second wife Marian Anna (m.n. NEATE, 1883-1968). (left to right): Ella Victoria (1910-2002), Cecil Reginald (1904-1962), Raymond Guy (1917-2000), Gwendoline (1908-1992), Eva May (1905-1999) and Marian Anna (1914-1990). Their youngest child Phyllis (1921-2009) is not shown.
Six of the seven children of Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) and his second wife Marian Anna (m.n. NEATE, 1883-1968). (left to right): Ella Victoria (1910-2002), Cecil Reginald (1904-1962), Raymond Guy (1917-2000), Gwendoline (1908-1992), Eva May (1905-1999) and Marian Anna (1914-1990). Their youngest child Phyllis (1921-2009) is not shown.
 
 
1658
Sophia WALTER (abt 1822-1906)
Sophia WALTER (abt 1822-1906)
 
 
1659
South Blatchborough, near Bradworthy DEV
South Blatchborough, near Bradworthy DEV
In the time of my ancestors the manor house on the left was owned by the CALMADY family. My great-great uncle and aunt John WALTER (1799-1862) and Elizabeth (m.n. WICKETT, 1801-1874) lived in the white tenants house then known as West Blatchborough. My great-great grandparents William WALTER (1790-1858) and Grace (m.n. VINSON, 1796-1867) lived at North Blatchborough which no longer exists. 
 
1660
Squadron Leader Richard F.W. Cleaver, DSO DFC (1920-1953)
Squadron Leader Richard F.W. Cleaver, DSO DFC (1920-1953)
 
 
1661
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006)
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006)
 
 
1662
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006)
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006)
 
 
1663
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) aged about 12 months.
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) aged about 12 months.
 
 
1664
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) and Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943- ). Image taken at Bellbrae VIC in November 1956, prior to attending the Melbourne Olympic Games.
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) and Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943- ). Image taken at Bellbrae VIC in November 1956, prior to attending the Melbourne Olympic Games.
 
 
1665
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) and his children Helen Rose (1948-), Kenneth Roland (1947-), Denis Clive (1955-) and Frederick Lionel (1943-) in 1956 at Bellbrae VIC.
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) and his children Helen Rose (1948-), Kenneth Roland (1947-), Denis Clive (1955-) and Frederick Lionel (1943-) in 1956 at Bellbrae VIC.
 
 
1666
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) and his wife Brenda Lorraine (m.n. HERD, 1917-2004) with three of their five children - Kenneth Roland WALTER (1947- ), Helen Rose WALTER (1948- ) and Denis Clive WALTER (1955- ).
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) and his wife Brenda Lorraine (m.n. HERD, 1917-2004) with three of their five children - Kenneth Roland WALTER (1947- ), Helen Rose WALTER (1948- ) and Denis Clive WALTER (1955- ).
 
 
1667
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) ready for tennis at Geelong College.
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) ready for tennis at Geelong College.
 
 
1668
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) with his all-time favourite dog 'Ranger' .
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) with his all-time favourite dog "Ranger" .
 
 
1669
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) with two of his sons Frederick Lionel (1943-) and Kenneth Roland (1947-) at Leopold VIC abt. 1950.
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) with two of his sons Frederick Lionel (1943-) and Kenneth Roland (1947-) at Leopold VIC abt. 1950.
 
 
1670
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) with two of his three sons Denis Clive WALTER (1955- ) and Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943- ) at Bellbrae VIC circa 1956.
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) with two of his three sons Denis Clive WALTER (1955- ) and Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943- ) at Bellbrae VIC circa 1956.
 
 
1671
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006). Possibly at 295 Pakington Street, Newtown and Chilwell VIC.
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006). Possibly at 295 Pakington Street, Newtown and Chilwell VIC.
 
 
1672
Statutory Declaration made by Albert Adolphus Frederick RIBE (1844-1921) in support of his Application for a Certificate of Naturalization.
Statutory Declaration made by Albert Adolphus Frederick RIBE (1844-1921) in support of his Application for a Certificate of Naturalization.
 
 
1673
Stephen Patrick Raymond WALTER (2000-)
Stephen Patrick Raymond WALTER (2000-)
 
 
1674
Susanna BRIMACOMBE (1798-1850)
Susanna BRIMACOMBE (1798-1850)
 
 
1675
Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery, Burma (Myanmar). The burial place of L/Cpl. Milton Ward WALTER (1907-1943) a prisoner of war who died while in captivity.
Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery, Burma (Myanmar). The burial place of L/Cpl. Milton Ward WALTER (1907-1943) a prisoner of war who died while in captivity.
Status: Located;  
 
1676
The Advertiser, Adelaide, 19 Dec 1899, P8. 
An article detailing the sentencing of Edward John McGINTY (1863-1929) after being found guilty of perjury in the Criminal Court, Melbourne VIC.
The Advertiser, Adelaide, 19 Dec 1899, P8. An article detailing the sentencing of Edward John McGINTY (1863-1929) after being found guilty of perjury in the Criminal Court, Melbourne VIC.
 
 
1677
The AIF service record of Cpl. George Henry TEMPEST (1890-1952).
The AIF service record of Cpl. George Henry TEMPEST (1890-1952).
George Henry TEMPEST had a colorful career in serving his country during WWI on the Western Front in France and Belgium. 
 
1678
The ALLIN family. Benjamin Axford ALLIN Jnr. (1865-1949) with his wife Regina Tryphena (m.n. GRILLS, 1870-1946); his older brother William Richard ALLIN (1860-1942) with his wife Alinda Jane (m.n. WALTER, 1861-1942); their daughter Eva Alinda ALLIN (1897-1981); his sister Sophia Ann ROGERS (m.n. ALLIN, 1876-1964) and her husband Robert John ROGERS (Abt. 1873-1945).
The ALLIN family. Benjamin Axford ALLIN Jnr. (1865-1949) with his wife Regina Tryphena (m.n. GRILLS, 1870-1946); his older brother William Richard ALLIN (1860-1942) with his wife Alinda Jane (m.n. WALTER, 1861-1942); their daughter Eva Alinda ALLIN (1897-1981); his sister Sophia Ann ROGERS (m.n. ALLIN, 1876-1964) and her husband Robert John ROGERS (Abt. 1873-1945).
 
 
1679
The Argus, 15 Sep 1915, P10. Brief report detailing the will of Ambrose Willcock WALTER, JP (1833-1915).
The Argus, 15 Sep 1915, P10. Brief report detailing the will of Ambrose Willcock WALTER, JP (1833-1915).
 
 
1680
The Argus, 24 Nov 1880, P7. Ambrose Willcock WALTER, JP (1833-1915) cited as a party to the wilful misapplication of funds at the Shire of Wimmera.
The Argus, 24 Nov 1880, P7. Ambrose Willcock WALTER, JP (1833-1915) cited as a party to the wilful misapplication of funds at the Shire of Wimmera.
 
 
1681
The Argus, Friday, 16 Jan 1880, P8. Account of the court appearance of Henry and Rose SUMNER regarding an alleged breach of the marriage law.
The Argus, Friday, 16 Jan 1880, P8. Account of the court appearance of Henry and Rose SUMNER regarding an alleged breach of the marriage law.
 
 
1682
The Argus, Friday, 23 Jan 1880, P5. Account of the trial of Rose SUMNER on a charge of breaching the Marriages statute.
The Argus, Friday, 23 Jan 1880, P5. Account of the trial of Rose SUMNER on a charge of breaching the Marriages statute.
 
 
1683
The Argus, Melbourne, 16 Jun 1880, P8. Legal notice of application for the administration of the estate of Caroline BAGLIN (m.n. WALTER, 1841-1879).
The Argus, Melbourne, 16 Jun 1880, P8. Legal notice of application for the administration of the estate of Caroline BAGLIN (m.n. WALTER, 1841-1879).
 
 
1684
The Argus, Melbourne, Thursday 27 Nov 1890, P9. Report on the committal hearing in the Richmond court involving charges of coining (counterfeiting) brought against Henry Thomas SUMNER (1857-?).
The Argus, Melbourne, Thursday 27 Nov 1890, P9. Report on the committal hearing in the Richmond court involving charges of coining (counterfeiting) brought against Henry Thomas SUMNER (1857-?).
 
 
1685
The Argus, Saturday, 15 Feb 1861, P5. Brief report detailing the appointment of John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) as a trustee of what would become known as Queens Park, Newtown.
The Argus, Saturday, 15 Feb 1861, P5. Brief report detailing the appointment of John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) as a trustee of what would become known as Queens Park, Newtown.
 
 
1686
The Argus, Saturday, 31 Aug 1861, P6. Lengthy report of a police court case brought by John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) against Robert ROBINSON for willful trespass and hunting a pet kangaroo.
The Argus, Saturday, 31 Aug 1861, P6. Lengthy report of a police court case brought by John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) against Robert ROBINSON for willful trespass and hunting a pet kangaroo.
 
 
1687
The Argus, Wednesday, 10 Jul 1861, P5. Short report of the election of John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) to the chairmanship of the South Barwon municipality.
The Argus, Wednesday, 10 Jul 1861, P5. Short report of the election of John HERD (Abt. 1800-1884) to the chairmanship of the South Barwon municipality.
 
 
1688
The Australian National Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux, PIC FRA.
The Australian National Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux, PIC FRA.
Status: Located; This outstanding monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of the 10,773 Australian soldiers who died while serving in France during WWI, who have no known grave. 
 
1689
The Blacksmith's Shop at Longerenong Agricultural College
The Blacksmith's Shop at Longerenong Agricultural College
Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) wielding the hammer. 
 
1690
The burial place of Captain William Lisle Christie WHITE (1916-1944), 'C' Company, Regina Rifle Regiment, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps.
The burial place of Captain William Lisle Christie WHITE (1916-1944), 'C' Company, Regina Rifle Regiment, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps.
Status: Located;  
 
1691
The burial place of No. R.113195, Flight Sergeant (Air Gunner) Arthur Cephas WORDEN (1910-1943), RCAF, attached to 51 Squadron, RAF.
The burial place of No. R.113195, Flight Sergeant (Air Gunner) Arthur Cephas WORDEN (1910-1943), RCAF, attached to 51 Squadron, RAF.
Status: Located;  
 
1692
The Canadian National Vimy Memorial near Vimy, Pas-de-Calais, France. Without doubt the most beautiful monument on the Western Front.
The Canadian National Vimy Memorial near Vimy, Pas-de-Calais, France. Without doubt the most beautiful monument on the Western Front.
Status: Located; Dedicated to the memory of the Canadian Expeditionary Force members killed during WWI. It also serves as the place of commemoration of Canadian WWI soldiers who are presumed dead and have no known grave. Unfortunately, Charles BALL (1899-1917) was one of those soldiers. Lest We Forget. 
 
1693
The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader, 8 Nov 1890. A newspaper report on the trial of Henry Thomas SUMNER (1857-?) for unlawfully assaulting his wife Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891).
The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader, 8 Nov 1890. A newspaper report on the trial of Henry Thomas SUMNER (1857-?) for unlawfully assaulting his wife Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891).
 
 
1694
The central main grave marker for the graves of Governor Roger ALLIN (1848-1936) and his first wife Isabella (m.n. McKENZIE, 1844-1925).
The central main grave marker for the graves of Governor Roger ALLIN (1848-1936) and his first wife Isabella (m.n. McKENZIE, 1844-1925).
Status: Located;  
 
1695
The citation detailing the award of the Military Medal (MM) to No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL (1897-1917) while serving with the AIF during World War 1.
The citation detailing the award of the Military Medal (MM) to No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL (1897-1917) while serving with the AIF during World War 1.
 
 
1696
The death and funeral notices for John HOLLOWAY (1857-1939).
The death and funeral notices for John HOLLOWAY (1857-1939).
 
 
1697
The family of Charles WALTER (1807-abt. 1894) and his wife Dorothy (m.n. WALTER, abt. 1814-1897).
The family of Charles WALTER (1807-abt. 1894) and his wife Dorothy (m.n. WALTER, abt. 1814-1897).
Rear: William (1832-abt. 1890), Samuel (1845-1933), Charles (1834-?), Richard (abt. 1838-?), James (1843-abt. 1920) and Hugh Oxenham (1852-?). Front: Mary Ann (1846-1928), Dorothy, Charles and Elizabeth Emma (abt. 1854-?). 
 
1698
The family of James COTTLE (1844-1930) and his wife Mary Ann (m.n. WALTER, 1846-1928).
The family of James COTTLE (1844-1930) and his wife Mary Ann (m.n. WALTER, 1846-1928).
Rear, left to right: Walter (abt. 1867-?), Charles James (1871-1944), Annie (SASS, abt. 1879-?), Roland (1887-?) and Rueben (1880-1964).
Front, left to right: Nell (MURPHY, 1897-?), Mary Ann, James, Lucy (COLLINS, abt. 1883-?) and Dorothy (MOORE, abt. 1885-?). 
 
1699
The family of Thomas BELL (1872-1945) and his wife Mary Elizabeth (m.n. TREADWELL, 1873-1960). Vincent Ian Hamilton (1915-1994), Charles James (1899-1982), Olive May (1895-1991), Thomas, Mary Elizabeth (seated), William Cecil (1900-1986), Thelma Jean Elizabeth (1912-1998), Stanley Thomas (1897-1966) and Clifton Roy (1902-1964).
The family of Thomas BELL (1872-1945) and his wife Mary Elizabeth (m.n. TREADWELL, 1873-1960). Vincent Ian Hamilton (1915-1994), Charles James (1899-1982), Olive May (1895-1991), Thomas, Mary Elizabeth (seated), William Cecil (1900-1986), Thelma Jean Elizabeth (1912-1998), Stanley Thomas (1897-1966) and Clifton Roy (1902-1964).
 
 
1700
The family of William WALTER (1841-1882) and his wife Janet Catherine (m.n. DINGWALL, Abt. 1846-1932). Rear: William Alexander (1873-1950), Robert John (1877-1951), Charles Albert (1881-1946), William (1882-1968), James Dingwall Ernest (1879-1970) and Richard Edward (1878-1938). Front: Joseph Vinson (1870-1962), Janet Catherine WALTER (mother), Harry Thomas (1871-1940) and Tryphena Damaris (1875-1945).
The family of William WALTER (1841-1882) and his wife Janet Catherine (m.n. DINGWALL, Abt. 1846-1932). Rear: William Alexander (1873-1950), Robert John (1877-1951), Charles Albert (1881-1946), William (1882-1968), James Dingwall Ernest (1879-1970) and Richard Edward (1878-1938). Front: Joseph Vinson (1870-1962), Janet Catherine WALTER (mother), Harry Thomas (1871-1940) and Tryphena Damaris (1875-1945).
 
 

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