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201 Christened by Rev. S. Pollard, Bible Christian minister. BARFETT Emma Grace
202 Christened by Rev. S. POLLARD, Bible Christian minister. BARFETT Francis Thomas
203 Christened by Rev. J. BENDLE, Bible Christian minister. BARFETT Frederick James
204 Christened by Rev. R. SPENCER, Bible Christian minister. BARFETT Thomas Ching
205 Christened by Rev. H. ELLIS, Bible Christian minister. BARFETT William Folly
206 Appears to have also married Amy Lilian ROWE in 1929. She died aged 33 years in 1944. BARWICK Joseph Rupert
207 Lawn Area, Row 1.7, Grave 104 BARWICK Joseph Rupert
208 Location: CE-*-1258 BATEMAN Thelma Minnie Nellie
209 The cremated remains have been collected. Remembered at the Box Hill Cemetery with a grave marker on the HOLTHAM grave. BATES Keith
210 Monumental Section, Row 22, Grave 1 BATSON Leslie Russell
211 Monumental Section, Row 33, Grave 22 BATSON William Charles
212 Robert Douglas BATTLE (1981-) and Stephanie Nicole MINTON (1983-) have two daughters. BATTLE Robert Douglas
213 Plot: Block B. Headstone appears to give an incorrect birth year of 1858. BATTY William
214 Church of England, Compartment P, Section 18, Grave 25 BAYLEY John Manton
215 Daughter of William BEAMISH and Letitia Ann LUNDY. BEAMISH Ethel
216 Lawn Area, Row 5, Grave 74 BEATTIE Harold Robert Henry
217 EAS-LAWN-NT-808-09 BECKETT Patricia Marjory
218 At the time of his death John BECKLEY was living at Higher Moor, Pancrasweek, Holsworthy DEV.

His son, Robert Joe BECKLEY (b. 6 Mar 1916, West Woolfardisworthy DEV d. Dec 2004, Torridge DEV was the informant on his father's death certificate. There appears to be a second son Ronald William D. BECKLEY. 
219 Buried as John Beckley JEWELL BECKLEY John
220 His son, Joe BECKLEY was the informant on his father's death certificate. BECKLEY John
221 Methodist, Row F, Plot 19 BELL Charles James
222 Methodist, Row E, Plot 14 BELL Clifton Roy
223 Presbyterian BELL Edith May Lenore
224 Methodist, Row V, Plot 42 BELL Stanley Thomas
225 Methodist, Row F, Plot 17 BELL Vincent Ian Hamilton
226 Methodist, Row G, Plot 18 BELL William Cecil
227 Church of England, Compartment F, Section 9, Grave 01 BENNETT Adrienne Olive
228 CofE F, Section 18, Grave 35 BENNETT Alexander John
229 A8 21 i BENNETT Alice Myrtle
230 Gardenia, Individual Family Tree, Garden 1 Tree 67 BENNETT Alice Patricia
231 Garden of No Distant Place, January, Date 10 BENNETT Amy Grace
232 Dodonaea, Wall L, Niche 159 BENNETT Amy Phyllis
233 Commemorated on the headstone of his son Alan Campbell BENNETT (1911-1938) at the Dimboola Cemetery, Dimboola VIC. BENNETT Arthur Campbell
234 HGH-LAWN-HF-808-04 BENNETT Charles Raymond
235 Trained as a bomber pilot and joined 623 Squadron, RAF. Shot down by flak over Germany while flying a Stirling bomber. He and his crew were all captured and became POWs. Incarcerated in Stalug Luft I for 22 months between 3 Dec 1943 and 14 May 1945. BENNETT Charles Raymond
236 A grave marker in her memory is located on the grave of her first husband James Sylvester LAMERS (1923-1961) at the Wonthaggi Cemetery. BENNETT Eileen Myrtle
237 Eileen Myrtle BENNETT was adopted as a baby by a Mrs. WELLS as her mother died as a result of the birth. Her grave marker in the Wonthaggi Cemetery shows her surname as LAMERS-REID.

BENNETT Eileen Myrtle
238 HGH-COE-X-825-UN01 BENNETT Eliza
239 CR Interment, 4th Ave Wall Niches (South Side) BENNETT Elizabeth Rose
240 Francis BENNETT was the son of Alexander BENNETT (Naval Officer and Irish Coast Guard) and his wife Martha (----).

Francis served on many ships before coming to Australia and served as master on many vessels sailing between the Australian colonies. It is believed that he was captain of "The Black Swan" which was the first large vessel to sail up the Yarra River in what was later to become Melbourne.

Geelong Advertiser, 31 Dec 1894
Mr Francis Bennett, an old colonist, passed away last Friday (says the "Horsham Times") at the ripe old age of 80 years. He was a colonist of 56 years' standing, having landed in Port Philip in 1838. At that time he was connected with the sea, having an interest in several schooners trading between Hobart and Western Port. He successfully piloted the first large vessel up the Yarra, the Black Swan. Soon after he gave up the sea and settled at Kardinia Estate, Geelong, where he spent the most of his life. He came to the Wimmera in 1874, and remained there until his death. He leaves a grown family of nine. 
241 Employed mainly in the Wimmera region of Victoria at Kewell, Beaumont, Buangor, Pine Grove, Curyo, Dimboola, Noradjuha, Casterton, Cowley's Creek and Terang. BENNETT Francis Alexander
242 Methodist E, Section 3, Row 2, Grave 45 BENNETT Francis John
243 Melaleuca, Garden M12, Bed 4, Rose 26 BENNETT Francis Norman Stuart
244 Record Flag: __PRIVATE: Private BENNETT Geoffrey Alexander
245 Scattered Cremated Remains On Request BENNETT George William
246 Genesis Gardens, Garden Area 47, Bed 94, Position 025 BENNETT Harold Frederick George
247 RC Section BENNETT Ivan Francis
248 Reference: The Sun News Pictorial, 16 Feb 1935

Old Resident Returns for 89th. Birthday

Tales of Black Thursday in District

Was Duke's Escort

Geelong - Friday - Mr. John Bennett who was born at Highton near Geelong on February 16, 1846 has returned to Geelong to celebrate with his niece, Mrs. W. Paisley of Latrobe Terrace, Chilwell, today, the 89th. anniversary of his birthday.

He has never been out of Victoria but he has had the compensations of seeing a great deal of his native State, he said today and he has vivid recollections of some of its important happenings.

He remembers well the fires of Black Thursday. Then five years old, he was sent to the pump stand on the Barwon River for protection and he remained there for most of the day, he stated. His father and mother moved furniture from their home but later their furniture was destroyed and the house left untouched.

Was Keen Horseman

As a young man, he was a keen horseman. Mr. Bennett said he was one of the few chosen to act as escort to the Duke of Edinburgh when he travelled from Geelong to Pettival. The escort met the Duke at the Barwon Bridge. " I would have told the Duke of Gloucester of that incident if I had had the opportunity" remarked Mr. Bennett.

After leaving Geelong in the early seventies Mr. Bennett was with the survey camp that carried out work in the Camperdown and Port Campbell district. Afterwards he took up land in the Wimmera district and spent many years farming. Mr. Bennett has lived in retirement for many years. He lives with his brother at Emerald but often visits Geelong. 
249 Kardinia May BENNETT lived as a young girl at Kewell where she could recall seeing aboriginal corroberees and seeing their mia-mias on the property. Later when living in Terang, she became an assistant teacher at the Terang Grammar School and later the Principal. She married Ernest LETHBRIDGE, the Anglican parish priest at Terang in January 1915. They retired and lived at Murrumbeena from 1923. Her name "Kardinia" is an aboriginal word meaning " the rising sun." BENNETT Kardinia May
250 Tristania, Garden F3, Bed 20, Rose 69 BENNETT Kardinia May

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