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1801
The five daughters of Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) and his second wife Marian Anna (m.n. NEATE, 1883-1968). Eva May (1905-1999), Gwendoline (1908-1992), Ella Victoria (1910-2002), Marian Anna (1914-1990) and Phyllis (1921-2009).
The five daughters of Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) and his second wife Marian Anna (m.n. NEATE, 1883-1968). Eva May (1905-1999), Gwendoline (1908-1992), Ella Victoria (1910-2002), Marian Anna (1914-1990) and Phyllis (1921-2009).
 
 
1802
The four WALTER brothers. Surviving sons of Hugh Oxenham WALTER (1821-1891) and his wife Jane (m.n. WALTER, 1824-1877).
The four WALTER brothers. Surviving sons of Hugh Oxenham WALTER (1821-1891) and his wife Jane (m.n. WALTER, 1824-1877).
Left to right: Hugh Oliver (Oliver, 1855-1941), Alfred Ernest (Ernest, 1860-1948), Edward Willcock (Ned, 1857-1941) and John Ambrose (Jack, 1863-1941). 
 
1803
The General Store at Noradjuha VIC, circa 1904
The General Store at Noradjuha VIC, circa 1904
Proprietors Leslie William CRANAGE (1879-1926) at the LH end of the verandah and Sidney Arthur WALTER (1881-1949) at the RH end. 
 
1804
The grave marker of Alma NITSCHKE (m.n. HENSTRIDGE, 1906-1994) the wife of Clifford Walter NITSCHKE (1902-1980).
The grave marker of Alma NITSCHKE (m.n. HENSTRIDGE, 1906-1994) the wife of Clifford Walter NITSCHKE (1902-1980).
Status: Located;  
 
1805
The grave marker of Clarice Rita BRIMACOMBE (m.n. WALTER, 1908-1974) and her son Maxwell Thomas BRIMACOMBE (1935-1986).
The grave marker of Clarice Rita BRIMACOMBE (m.n. WALTER, 1908-1974) and her son Maxwell Thomas BRIMACOMBE (1935-1986).
Status: Located;  
 
1806
The grave marker of Clifford Walter NITSCHKE (1902-1980) husband of Alma (m.n. HENSTRIDGE, 1906-1994).
The grave marker of Clifford Walter NITSCHKE (1902-1980) husband of Alma (m.n. HENSTRIDGE, 1906-1994).
Status: Located;  
 
1807
The grave marker of Hilda NITSCHKE (m.n. WILSON, 1913-1966) the second wife of Melville Gustav NITSCHKE (1908-1995).
The grave marker of Hilda NITSCHKE (m.n. WILSON, 1913-1966) the second wife of Melville Gustav NITSCHKE (1908-1995).
Status: Located;  
 
1808
The grave marker of Melville Gustav NITSCHKE (1908-1995) the husband of Elizabeth Mary (m.n. CROSSLEY, 1908-1937) and Hilda (m.n. WILSON, 1913-1966).
The grave marker of Melville Gustav NITSCHKE (1908-1995) the husband of Elizabeth Mary (m.n. CROSSLEY, 1908-1937) and Hilda (m.n. WILSON, 1913-1966).
Status: Located;  
 
1809
The grave marker of Thomas Walter BRIMACOMBE (1900-1969) husband of Clarice Rita (m.n. WALTER, 1908-1974).
The grave marker of Thomas Walter BRIMACOMBE (1900-1969) husband of Clarice Rita (m.n. WALTER, 1908-1974).
Status: Located;  
 
1810
The grave marker of Violet Letitia SUMNER (1896-1986).
The grave marker of Violet Letitia SUMNER (1896-1986).
Status: Located;  
 
1811
The headstone of Joseph McGINTY (1833-1908) and his first wife Alice Maria Selina (m.n. WESTWOOD, Abt. 1844-1883). Their eldest child Rose Mary SUMNER (m.n. McGINTY, 1861-91) is also buried in this plot.
The headstone of Joseph McGINTY (1833-1908) and his first wife Alice Maria Selina (m.n. WESTWOOD, Abt. 1844-1883). Their eldest child Rose Mary SUMNER (m.n. McGINTY, 1861-91) is also buried in this plot.
Status: Located;  
 
1812
The headstone of Mary Helen WALTER (m.n. McCALLUM, 1871-1944) and her husband Ambrose Edward WALTER (1870-1948).
The headstone of Mary Helen WALTER (m.n. McCALLUM, 1871-1944) and her husband Ambrose Edward WALTER (1870-1948).
Status: Located;  
 
1813
The HERD sisters. The seven surviving daughters of Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944) and his wife Alice Rose (m.n. SUMNER, 1881-1954).
The HERD sisters. The seven surviving daughters of Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944) and his wife Alice Rose (m.n. SUMNER, 1881-1954).
Front to rear: Margaret Esma (Peg, 1920-2012), Melva Lynette (1919-2004), Brenda Lorraine (1917-2004), Myra Olive (Lil, 1910-1992), Edna May (largely obscured, 1908-1994), Ethel Rose (Jo, 1905-1979) and Eileen Beatrice (partly obscured, 1903-1966). 
 
1814
The HERD sisters. The seven surviving daughters of Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944) and his wife Alice Rose (m.n. SUMNER, 1881-1954). Five of the seven are wearing the school uniform of The Hermitage, Geelong C.E.G.G.S.
The HERD sisters. The seven surviving daughters of Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944) and his wife Alice Rose (m.n. SUMNER, 1881-1954). Five of the seven are wearing the school uniform of The Hermitage, Geelong C.E.G.G.S.
(Left to right:) Melva Lynette (1919-2005), Myra Olive (Lil, 1910-1992), Eileen Beatrice (1903-1966), Brenda Lorraine (1917-2004), Ethel Rose (Jo, 1905-1979), Edna May (1908-1994) and Margaret Esma (Peg, 1920-2012). 
 
1815
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The life and service of No. 6492, Pte. Walter Russell CHING (1896-1917), 23 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF is to be found here on Panel 23. Killed in action somewhere on the Ypres Salient on 8 Oct 1917. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The life and service of No. 6492, Pte. Walter Russell CHING (1896-1917), 23 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF is to be found here on Panel 23. Killed in action somewhere on the Ypres Salient on 8 Oct 1917. Lest We Forget.
Status: Located; The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
 
1816
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Albert Ernest TAYLOR is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Albert Ernest TAYLOR is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
Status: Located; The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
 
1817
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Lorne William John ALLIN (1896-1917) is remembered on the walls of this outstanding monument. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Lorne William John ALLIN (1896-1917) is remembered on the walls of this outstanding monument. Lest We Forget.
Status: Located; The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
 
1818
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Luke MONKIVITCH (1874-1917) is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Luke MONKIVITCH (1874-1917) is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
Status: Located; The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
 
1819
The military service of No. 752, Trooper Angus Duncan TREWIN, G Squadron, 8th. Light Horse Regiment, AIF is commemorated amongst the missing in action listed on the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli, Turkey.
The military service of No. 752, Trooper Angus Duncan TREWIN, G Squadron, 8th. Light Horse Regiment, AIF is commemorated amongst the missing in action listed on the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli, Turkey.
Status: Located;  
 
1820
The official commendation for the award of the Military Medal (MM) to Cpl. Harold Charles CLEMENTS (1893-1952).
The official commendation for the award of the Military Medal (MM) to Cpl. Harold Charles CLEMENTS (1893-1952).
 
 
1821
The Rev. Henry Michael Clarke FOWLER (1862-1915) and his second wife Bertha Alinda (m.n. WALTER, 1874-1949). Married during 1911.
The Rev. Henry Michael Clarke FOWLER (1862-1915) and his second wife Bertha Alinda (m.n. WALTER, 1874-1949). Married during 1911.
 
 
1822
The second family home in Casterton VIC (adjacent to the hospital) of Frederick Joseph WALTER (1872-1925) and his children Freda Mary (1907-2000), Alice Anna (1909-1964) and Stanley Frederick (1912-2006). Photograph taken in 1980.
The second family home in Casterton VIC (adjacent to the hospital) of Frederick Joseph WALTER (1872-1925) and his children Freda Mary (1907-2000), Alice Anna (1909-1964) and Stanley Frederick (1912-2006). Photograph taken in 1980.
 
 
1823
The service record of Lt-Col. Walter Percy FARR, DSO (1889-1940) during WWI and up to the time he returned to Australia post-war after attending the Staff College at Camberley SRY.
The service record of Lt-Col. Walter Percy FARR, DSO (1889-1940) during WWI and up to the time he returned to Australia post-war after attending the Staff College at Camberley SRY.
 
 
1824
The service record of No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL, MM (1897-1917) in the AIF during World War 1.
The service record of No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL, MM (1897-1917) in the AIF during World War 1.
 
 
1825
The Soissons Memorial, Aisne, Picardy, France
The Soissons Memorial, Aisne, Picardy, France
Status: Located; Commemorates the service and sacrifice of 3,887 members of the British Forces who died during the third battle of the Aisne and the second battle of the Marne following the opening of the German Spring Offensive in 1918. Sadly, among those killed-in-action, was Frederick Thomas WESTAWAY (1896-1918). Lest We Forget. 
 
1826
The surviving children of Thomas BROMELL, MLC (c. 1834-1887) and his wife Emma (m.n. WALTER, c. 1828-1916).
The surviving children of Thomas BROMELL, MLC (c. 1834-1887) and his wife Emma (m.n. WALTER, c. 1828-1916).
(Back row - standing) John Thomas (1864-1919), Caroline Helena (1859-1957), Sarah Ann Carpenter (c. 1854-1905), and Tryphena Elizabeth (1856-1916).
(Front row - seated) Maud Mary Walter BROMELL (1868-1902), Emily Louisa (1862-1903), Bertha Alinda 'Min' (1870-1898), Emma Grace (1857-1926) and Edith Amelia (1865-1886). 
 
1827
The unmarked burial place of Maria WESTWOOD (Abt. 1839-1854) the eldest child of John James WESTWOOD (1808-1845) and his wife Mary (m.n. ROACH, Abt. 1818-1892) is located just below the centre of this image.
The unmarked burial place of Maria WESTWOOD (Abt. 1839-1854) the eldest child of John James WESTWOOD (1808-1845) and his wife Mary (m.n. ROACH, Abt. 1818-1892) is located just below the centre of this image.
Status: Located;  
 
1828
The very impressive BRIMACOMBE monument at the Glenthompson Cemetery.
The very impressive BRIMACOMBE monument at the Glenthompson Cemetery.
Status: Located;  
 
1829
The wall marker of Alexander Oxenham WALTER (1901-1980)
The wall marker of Alexander Oxenham WALTER (1901-1980)
Status: Located;  
 
1830
The wedding of Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943- ) and his wife Ruth Elaine (m.n. WARD, 1947- ) at Ashby Methodist Church, Manifold Heights VIC on 22 Aug 1970.
The wedding of Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943- ) and his wife Ruth Elaine (m.n. WARD, 1947- ) at Ashby Methodist Church, Manifold Heights VIC on 22 Aug 1970.
 
 
1831
The wedding of Gordon WALTER and Evelyn Amy BAILEY. George Ambrose WALTER (1914-2004), Gladys Rita BAILEY (1919-?), Gordon WALTER (1907-2007), Evelyn Amy BAILEY (1915-1989), Joyce BAILEY, Doris Annie BAILEY (1917-?) and Claude WALTER (1912-1993). George and Claude were first cousins of the groom and Rita and Doris were sisters of the bride. Joyce was a first cousin of the bride.
The wedding of Gordon WALTER and Evelyn Amy BAILEY. George Ambrose WALTER (1914-2004), Gladys Rita BAILEY (1919-?), Gordon WALTER (1907-2007), Evelyn Amy BAILEY (1915-1989), Joyce BAILEY, Doris Annie BAILEY (1917-?) and Claude WALTER (1912-1993). George and Claude were first cousins of the groom and Rita and Doris were sisters of the bride. Joyce was a first cousin of the bride.
 
 
1832
The wedding of Laurence Patrick MEENAN (1915-1996) and his bride Ursula Lillian Ray VEITH (1918-1985). The best man is Peter SYMONS who was also a jockey and the bridesmaid is Kathleen Mary MEENAN (1913-1986) the sister of Laurie. The wedding took place at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Coburg VIC.
The wedding of Laurence Patrick MEENAN (1915-1996) and his bride Ursula Lillian Ray VEITH (1918-1985). The best man is Peter SYMONS who was also a jockey and the bridesmaid is Kathleen Mary MEENAN (1913-1986) the sister of Laurie. The wedding took place at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Coburg VIC.
 
 
1833
The will of Margaret Annie SMALE (m.n. MILLER, 1855-1934
The will of Margaret Annie SMALE (m.n. MILLER, 1855-1934
 
 
1834
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
Status: Located;  
 
1835
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
Status: Located;  
 
1836
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
Status: Located;  
 
1837
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
Status: Located;  
 
1838
Thomas BROMELL, MLC (1834-1887)
Thomas BROMELL, MLC (1834-1887)
 
 
1839
Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940)
Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940)
 
 
1840
Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) and his brother Ambrose Edward WALTER (1870-1948).
Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) and his brother Ambrose Edward WALTER (1870-1948).
 
 
1841
Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) and his second wife Marian Anna (m.n. NEATE, 1883-1968) with the children of Thomas' first marriage to Elizabeth (m.n. COOK, 1867-1894) namely Edgar Ernest WALTER (1888-1857), Elsie Muriel WALTER (1892-1985) and Ralph Thomas WALTER (1890-1979) and the three first born of Thomas' second marriage to Marian Anna (m.n. NEATE, 1883-1968) namely Cecil Raymond WALTER (1904-1962), Eva May (Sue) WALTER (1905-1999) and Gwendoline WALTER (1908-1992).
Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) and his second wife Marian Anna (m.n. NEATE, 1883-1968) with the children of Thomas' first marriage to Elizabeth (m.n. COOK, 1867-1894) namely Edgar Ernest WALTER (1888-1857), Elsie Muriel WALTER (1892-1985) and Ralph Thomas WALTER (1890-1979) and the three first born of Thomas' second marriage to Marian Anna (m.n. NEATE, 1883-1968) namely Cecil Raymond WALTER (1904-1962), Eva May (Sue) WALTER (1905-1999) and Gwendoline WALTER (1908-1992).
 
 
1842
Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) and his second wife Marian Anna (m.n. NEATE, 1883-1968).
Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) and his second wife Marian Anna (m.n. NEATE, 1883-1968).
 
 
1843
Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) with his first wife Elizabeth (m.n. COOK, 1867-1894) and their first born son Edgar Ernest WALTER (1888-1968).
Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940) with his first wife Elizabeth (m.n. COOK, 1867-1894) and their first born son Edgar Ernest WALTER (1888-1968).
 
 
1844
Thomas ERWIN (c. 1839-1918) and his wife Elizabeth (m.n. HUNTER, 1846-1922).
Thomas ERWIN (c. 1839-1918) and his wife Elizabeth (m.n. HUNTER, 1846-1922).
 
 
1845
Thomas Joseph William HALLAM (1920-2007) and his wife Theresa (m.n. TROY).
Thomas Joseph William HALLAM (1920-2007) and his wife Theresa (m.n. TROY).
 
 
1846
Thomas SMALE, JP (Abt. 1823-1883)
Thomas SMALE, JP (Abt. 1823-1883)
 
 
1847
Thomas SMALE, JP (Abt. 1823-1883) as an older man
Thomas SMALE, JP (Abt. 1823-1883) as an older man
 
 
1848
Thomas Walter BRIMACOMBE (1900-1969) and his wife Clarice Rita (m.n. WALTER, 1908-1974).
Thomas Walter BRIMACOMBE (1900-1969) and his wife Clarice Rita (m.n. WALTER, 1908-1974).
 
 
1849
Tobruk War Cemetery, Libya
Tobruk War Cemetery, Libya
Status: Located; The burial place of 2,282 Allied and Polish WWII casualties including William Scott PAUL (1916-1941). 
 
1850
Torquay VIC, 1929
Torquay VIC, 1929
Rear: Freda Mary WALTER (1907-2000), Frank William WALTER (1916-1971), Phenie Gertrude CRANAGE (m.n. WALTER, 1883-1936), Stanley Frederick WALTER (1912-2006), Calla Lilian (Peg) CRANAGE (1908-2000) and part hidden Norman Edgar WALTER (1885-1973). Front: George Ambrose WALTER (1914-2004) and Alice Anna WALTER (1909-1964). 
 

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