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1701
Page 2 of a transcript of an indent signed by John BRIMACOMBE (abt. 1758-1840) and others regarding land holdings around Morwenstow CON.
Page 2 of a transcript of an indent signed by John BRIMACOMBE (abt. 1758-1840) and others regarding land holdings around Morwenstow CON.
 
 
1702
Page 3 of a transcript of an indent signed by John BRIMACOMBE (abt. 1758-1840) and others regarding land holdings around Morwenstow CON.
Page 3 of a transcript of an indent signed by John BRIMACOMBE (abt. 1758-1840) and others regarding land holdings around Morwenstow CON.
 
 
1703
Panel (#23) commemorating the sacrifice of No. 4086, Pte., Luke MONKOVITCH (sic) (c. 1874-1917) at the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, BEL.
Panel (#23) commemorating the sacrifice of No. 4086, Pte., Luke MONKOVITCH (sic) (c. 1874-1917) at the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, BEL.
Status: Located;  
 
1704
Panel at the Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, PIC recording the sacrifice of No. 1822, Spr. Stanley Willis GEORGE (1894-1916), 13 Field Company, Aust. Engineers, AIF. No known grave.
Panel at the Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, PIC recording the sacrifice of No. 1822, Spr. Stanley Willis GEORGE (1894-1916), 13 Field Company, Aust. Engineers, AIF. No known grave.
Status: Located;  
 
1705
Panel commemorating the sacrifice of No. 6492, Pte. Walter Russell CHING (1896-1917), 23 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF, at the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. Lest We Forget.
Panel commemorating the sacrifice of No. 6492, Pte. Walter Russell CHING (1896-1917), 23 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF, at the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. Lest We Forget.
Status: Located;  
 
1706
Panel on the Australian National Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux, PIC FRA.
Panel on the Australian National Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux, PIC FRA.
Status: Located; Commemorating the service and sacrifice of 6563, Gnr., Clifton Alfred Ellis POTTAGE (1895-1917), 11th. Battery, 4th. Field Artillery Brigade, AIF who was killed-in-action near Bapaume FRA on 28 Mar 1917. Unfortunately there is no known grave. 
 
1707
Panel on the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders BEL.
Panel on the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders BEL.
Status: Located; Commemorating the service and sacrifice of 3437, Pte., Albert Ernest TAYLOR (1887-1917), 2nd. Pioneer Battalion, AIF who was killed-in-action on the Ypres Salient, West Flanders BEL on 22 Sep 1917. Unfortunately, there is no known grave. 
 
1708
Patrick BLAIN (1998-)
Patrick BLAIN (1998-)
 
 
1709
Patrick BLAIN (1998-)
Patrick BLAIN (1998-)
 
 
1710
Phenie Gertrude CRANAGE (m.n. WALTER, 1883-1936) with her husband Leslie William CRANAGE (1879-1926) and their first born daughter Calla Lilian CRANAGE (1908-2000).
Phenie Gertrude CRANAGE (m.n. WALTER, 1883-1936) with her husband Leslie William CRANAGE (1879-1926) and their first born daughter Calla Lilian CRANAGE (1908-2000).
 
 
1711
Phenie Gertrude WALTER (1883-1936)
Phenie Gertrude WALTER (1883-1936)
 
 
1712
Phenie Gertrude WALTER (1883-1936) as a young woman.
Phenie Gertrude WALTER (1883-1936) as a young woman.
 
 
1713
Phenie Gertude CRANAGE (m.n. WALTER, 1883-1936) with her older sister Bertha Alinda FOWLER (m.n. WALTER, 1874-1949) and their nieces Alice Anna WALTER (1909-1964) and Freda Mary WALTER (1907-2000).
Phenie Gertude CRANAGE (m.n. WALTER, 1883-1936) with her older sister Bertha Alinda FOWLER (m.n. WALTER, 1874-1949) and their nieces Alice Anna WALTER (1909-1964) and Freda Mary WALTER (1907-2000).
 
 
1714
Photograph of Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943- ) found in a supplement to the Argus, 17 Apr 1944
Photograph of Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943- ) found in a supplement to the Argus, 17 Apr 1944
 
 
1715
Phyllis May HANCOCK (1914-1998), her father William Henry HANCOCK (1885-1967) and her sister Mary Winifred HANCOCK (1924-1996)
Phyllis May HANCOCK (1914-1998), her father William Henry HANCOCK (1885-1967) and her sister Mary Winifred HANCOCK (1924-1996)
 
 
1716
Picnic Group, location unknown.
Picnic Group, location unknown.
Standing l-r: Gordon WALTER (1907-2007), George Ambrose WALTER (1914-2004), Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006) and Frank William WALTER (1916-1971).
Sitting l-r: Mary Helen WALTER (m.n. McCALLUM, 1871-1944), Nellie May WALTER (m.n. COATES, 1882-1953, Freda Mary WALTER (1907-2000), Norman Edgar WALTER (1885-1973), possibly Ellis Vincent WALTER (1868-1930), Ambrose Edward WALTER (1870-1948), Alice Anna WALTER (1909-1964) and Horace WALTER (1903-1988).

This image appears to demonstrate the WALTER family fetish of swapping hats in family photographs. 
 
1717
Picnic somewhere near Noradjuha VIC
Picnic somewhere near Noradjuha VIC
Fourth from the LH end of the rear row is probably Ellis Vincent WALTER (1868-1930) and fourth from the RH end of the rear row is probably Leslie William CRANAGE (1879-1926). Possibly Sidney Arthur WALTER (1881-1949) on the RH end of the rear row. Nellie May COATES (1882-1953) and Norman Edgar WALTER (1885-1973) are fifth and sixth from the RH end of the front row.

Any assistance in identifying more of the subjects in this image would be greatly appreciated. 
 
1718
Plaque commemorating the fact that Alexander HUIE (c. 1858-1878) is buried in an unmarked grave at the Inverleigh Cemetery VIC.
Plaque commemorating the fact that Alexander HUIE (c. 1858-1878) is buried in an unmarked grave at the Inverleigh Cemetery VIC.
Status: Located;  
 
1719
Poelcapelle British Cemetery, Poelcapelle BEL. Burial place of No. 3070, Pte. John Stawell 'Jack' GEORGE (1890-1917), 39 Batt., Aust. Infantry, AIF. Killed in Action at Passchendaele, Belgium on 12 Oct 1917.
Poelcapelle British Cemetery, Poelcapelle BEL. Burial place of No. 3070, Pte. John Stawell 'Jack' GEORGE (1890-1917), 39 Batt., Aust. Infantry, AIF. Killed in Action at Passchendaele, Belgium on 12 Oct 1917.
Status: Located;  
 
1720
Private Luke MONKIVITCH (c. 1874-1917), 29th. Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF. Killed in action on 13 Oct 1917 in the Ypres Salient, West Flanders BEL. No known grave but remembered at the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders BEL.
Private Luke MONKIVITCH (c. 1874-1917), 29th. Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF. Killed in action on 13 Oct 1917 in the Ypres Salient, West Flanders BEL. No known grave but remembered at the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders BEL.
 
 
1721
Private Mark August HAGER (1873-1955), 29th. Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF.
Private Mark August HAGER (1873-1955), 29th. Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF.
 
 
1722
Probate document relating to the estate of John James SYMONS (1856-1944).
Probate document relating to the estate of John James SYMONS (1856-1944).
 
 
1723
Ralph Thomas WALTER (1890-1979)
Ralph Thomas WALTER (1890-1979)
 
 
1724
Ralph Thomas WALTER (1890-1979) and his bride Annie Caroline (m.n. TREADWELL, 1887-1978).
Ralph Thomas WALTER (1890-1979) and his bride Annie Caroline (m.n. TREADWELL, 1887-1978).
 
 
1725
Ralph Thomas WALTER (1890-1979) and his wife Annie Caroline (m.n. TREADWELL, 1887-1978).
Ralph Thomas WALTER (1890-1979) and his wife Annie Caroline (m.n. TREADWELL, 1887-1978).
 
 
1726
Rena Olive WALTER (1885-1979)
Rena Olive WALTER (1885-1979)
 
 
1727
Reninghelst New Military Cemetery, West Flanders, BEL.
Reninghelst New Military Cemetery, West Flanders, BEL.
The resting place of No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL, MM who died while on active service with the AIF during World War 1. 
 
1728
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 1 Dec 1860, P3 on a dispute between John HERD (1798-1884) and the well-known Geelong identity G.F. BELCHER.
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 1 Dec 1860, P3 on a dispute between John HERD (1798-1884) and the well-known Geelong identity G.F. BELCHER.
 
 
1729
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 14 Jun 1866, P2 & P3, on a County Court action involving John HERD (1798-1884) and his son-in-law James HUNTER (1808-1896).
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 14 Jun 1866, P2 & P3, on a County Court action involving John HERD (1798-1884) and his son-in-law James HUNTER (1808-1896).
 
 
1730
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 17 Feb 1863, P3 on the seemingly endless dispute between Councillor John HERD (1798-1884) and his fellow Councillor McKENZIE. These two gentlemen were continuously in dispute at council.
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 17 Feb 1863, P3 on the seemingly endless dispute between Councillor John HERD (1798-1884) and his fellow Councillor McKENZIE. These two gentlemen were continuously in dispute at council.
 
 
1731
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 2 Mar 1912, P4 on the election of office bearers at St. John's Church, Highton VIC including vestrymen one of whom was Francis Oswald HERD (1882-1951).
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 2 Mar 1912, P4 on the election of office bearers at St. John's Church, Highton VIC including vestrymen one of whom was Francis Oswald HERD (1882-1951).
 
 
1732
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 22 Jul 1861, P2 of the appointment of John HERD (1798-1884) as a magistrate ex-officio.
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 22 Jul 1861, P2 of the appointment of John HERD (1798-1884) as a magistrate ex-officio.
 
 
1733
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 24 Oct 1860, P3 on a dispute between John HERD (1798-1884) and the well-known Geelong identity John HIGHETT who was the man whom the Geelong suburb of Highton is named.
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 24 Oct 1860, P3 on a dispute between John HERD (1798-1884) and the well-known Geelong identity John HIGHETT who was the man whom the Geelong suburb of Highton is named.
 
 
1734
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 29 Jan 1910, P4 of the annual meeting and election of office bearers of St. John's Church, Highton VIC. Francis Oswald HERD (1882-1951) was chosen as one of the vestrymen.
Report in the Geelong Advertiser of 29 Jan 1910, P4 of the annual meeting and election of office bearers of St. John's Church, Highton VIC. Francis Oswald HERD (1882-1951) was chosen as one of the vestrymen.
 
 
1735
Report of the inquest into the death of Walter Edward HERD (1869-1920).
Report of the inquest into the death of Walter Edward HERD (1869-1920).
 
 
1736
Report on a nasty farm accident involving Reginald John HOLLOWAY (1888-1962).
Report on a nasty farm accident involving Reginald John HOLLOWAY (1888-1962).
 
 
1737
Report on the committal hearing for a man charged with cattle stealing of seven cows, the property of Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944).
Report on the committal hearing for a man charged with cattle stealing of seven cows, the property of Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944).
 
 
1738
Report on the funeral of Elizabeth Augusta HUNTER (m.n. HAGER, 1869-1924). Geelong Advertiser, 21 Feb 1924, P7.
Report on the funeral of Elizabeth Augusta HUNTER (m.n. HAGER, 1869-1924). Geelong Advertiser, 21 Feb 1924, P7.
 
 
1739
Report on the Government Gazette appointment of John HERD (1798-1884) as a trustee of what was to become Queens Park in Geelong VIC.
Report on the Government Gazette appointment of John HERD (1798-1884) as a trustee of what was to become Queens Park in Geelong VIC.
 
 
1740
Report on the opening of an inquest into the death of Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891).
Report on the opening of an inquest into the death of Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891).
 
 
1741
Report on the retirement of Matron Elizabeth (Lila) HUNTER (c. 1877-1948) which appeared in The Methodist, 16 Mar 1945, P13.
Report on the retirement of Matron Elizabeth (Lila) HUNTER (c. 1877-1948) which appeared in The Methodist, 16 Mar 1945, P13.
 
 
1742
Report on the sentencing of Edward John McGINTY (1863-1930) for perjury.
Report on the sentencing of Edward John McGINTY (1863-1930) for perjury.
 
 
1743
Report on the tin-kettling of John HOLLOWAY (1857-1939) and his wife Martha (m.n. HUNTER, 1862-1916).
Report on the tin-kettling of John HOLLOWAY (1857-1939) and his wife Martha (m.n. HUNTER, 1862-1916).
 
 
1744
Rev. Henry Michael Clarke FOWLER (1862-1915)
Rev. Henry Michael Clarke FOWLER (1862-1915)
 
 
1745
Rev. Howard Leslie ROBERTS, M.A., B.D. (1882-1949).
Rev. Howard Leslie ROBERTS, M.A., B.D. (1882-1949).
 
 
1746
Rev. John WALTER (1824-1900)
Rev. John WALTER (1824-1900)
 
 
1747
Rex Ellis WALTER (1912-1972)
Rex Ellis WALTER (1912-1972)
 
 
1748
Rex Ellis WALTER (1912-1972).
Rex Ellis WALTER (1912-1972).
 
 
1749
Rex Ellis WALTER (1912-1972).
Rex Ellis WALTER (1912-1972).
 
 
1750
Richard Frank Wharton CLEAVER (1920-1953).
Richard Frank Wharton CLEAVER (1920-1953).
 
 

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