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2951 Headstone Transcription:
Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord
Rev. XIV. 13
to the memory of
the beloved wife
William Brimacombe
yeoman of Tonnacombe in this parish
who departed this life on the 22nd day
October in the year of our Lord
1840. In the 36th
year of her age.
Leaving an affectionate husband
and seven motherless children to
lament their loss
It was Gods will for me to call
From husband dear and children small
Trusting in Christ my saviour sweet
Them all again in heaven to meet
Think not that youth will set you free,
Just in my bloom death call'd for me;
God took me hence as he thought best,
To Christ dwell with in endless rest
The righteous is taken away from evil to come
2952 No record for this event can be found but it seems to be highly likely she was baptised on 3 Mar 1822, the same day as her twin sister Charity. WALTER Honour, (twin)
2953 Presbyterian WALTER Horace James
2954 Presbyterian Compartment B Grave 67 WALTER Horace Wesley
2955 Following a private cremation a memorial service was held at The Boulevard, 121 Studley Park Road, Kew VIC. WALTER Hugh Malcolm
2956 EAS-METH-OLD-D-807-018 WALTER Hugh Oliver
2957 Probably the Geelong Advertiser, Aug 1941

WALTER - There were many expressions of regret in the Hamilton district when the death of Mr. H.O. Walter, of Grassmere, Hensleigh Park, became known. The late Mr. Walter was born in the Barrabool Hills district, and lived with his parents there till they removed to Warrayure. Following farming pursuits Mr. Walter early joined with his brother and selected land near Noradjuha. He was one of the pioneers of that district and could tell many interesting tales connected with the early settlers there. After his marriage in 1886 Mr. Walter selected land near Cavendish, acquiring part of the well-known estate of "Mokanger", where he resided till the time of his death. Mr. Walter's wife predeceased him fourteen years ago. The funeral was largely attended. Mrs. H.E. Leigh, of Ceres, is one of the family, which consists of two sons and four daughters.

West Wimmera Mail, 3 Feb 1911

A social, at which a presentation will be made, will be tendered on Friday evening, 10th inst., by their many friends, to Mr. and Mrs. H.O. WALTER and family, who are leaving Tooan East to reside near Hamilton, where Mr. WALTER has purchased a property. 
WALTER Hugh Oliver
2958 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER Hugh Oxenham
2959 Birth was recorded as Nov 1844. After looking at the dates of birth of siblings this date is almost certainly incorrect. WALTER Hugh Oxenham
2960 Geelong Advertiser, 5 Jun 1857, Advertisement

Horses and Cattle will be taken to graze on the Hon. W.C. Haines' paddock, Barrabool Hills, on and after the 17th. of March. Horses, 2s 6d; cattle, 1s 6d per week.


Barrabool Hills, March 4th. 1857.

N.B. - Every care taken, but no responsibility.
WALTER Hugh Oxenham
2961 The cremated remains have been collected. WALTER Hugh Oxenham
2962 "The Australian Fire Service Medal recognises distinguished service by members of Australian fire services. It is awarded to paid and volunteer members." WALTER Ian Claude, AFSM
2963 B.V.Sc. WALTER Ian Norman
2964 Information gleaned from Death notices in the Geelong Advertiser, 16 Aug 2006:
Loved brother and uncle of Geoff, Peg, Chris, Andrea and families. Loved father of Derek, Craig and Tamala, fond father-in-law of Yvonne and Lisa. Loved Pop of Blake, Dayne, Kade, Cherie, Koryn, Kirk, Christie and Jessica.

WALTER Ian Vinson
2965 EAS-NICH-WALL-04-408-039 WALTER Ida Merrell
2966 The cremated remains have been collected. CofE service. WALTER Irene Mary
2967 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER James
2968 Died aged 3 months, 5 weeks and 5 days. (?5 weeks) WALTER James
2969 HO107/223/9 WALTER James
2970 HO107/223/9 WALTER James
2971 Herald-Sun, 29 May 1999 Death notice: WALTER - Edward Hugh, of Willaura, on May 28, 1999, at Cabrini Hospital, Melbourne. Dearly loved and treasured husband of Daisy for 60 years. Loved and loving father of Jim and Jessie, Sue and Stuart, John and Shirley. WALTER James Edward Hugh
2972 The cremated remains have been collected. WALTER Janet Elizabeth
2973 Before Mr J.R. Bourke the Melbourne City Coroner. WALTER Janet Louise
2974 Church of England, Monumental, Compartment L, Section 19, Grave 23 WALTER Janet Louise
2975 Janet Louise WALTER was born in Ward 6 of the Geelong Hospital on 30 Nov 1950. Unfortunately, she was afflicted by severe Down's Syndrome and suffered a severe congenital mental deficiency.

Little is known of her short life but we do know that she was admitted to Kew Cottages on 1 May 1951 where she progressed fairly well until 17 May 1951. She became very ill and died at 4:00 p.m. on 21 May 1951.

On 25 May 1951 an inquest (No. 706 of 1951) was held into her death (No. 5292 of 1951) and the cause of death was established as bronchopneumonia. The undertaker employed for her funeral was W.V. Raven, 227 Smith St., Fitzroy. She is buried at the Springvale Botanical Cemetery in an unmarked grave (Ref. No. 161510, CofE Area, Denominational Grave, Location L19/23) in an area where unmarked graves seem to be the norm.
WALTER Janet Louise
2976 Felicia, Garden 3, Bed 5, Shrub 02 WALTER Jean Catherine
2977 Never married. WALTER Jean Elizabeth
2978 Engagement notice in the Melbourne Argus newspaper on 13 Jan 1950. Engaged to Robert Ernest HENDERSON of 49 Murrumbeena Road, Murrumbeena VIC. WALTER Joan Estelle
2979 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER Joanna
2980 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER John
2981 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER John
2982 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER John
2983 Address: Field Irish, 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER Rev. John
2984 Farmer of 200 acres. John (39), Maria (41, John B. (11), Elijah 9 and Louisa 4. WALTER John
2985 Gentleman WALTER John
2986 HGH-MET-02-807-057 WALTER John
2987 John WALTER never married. WALTER John
2988 Place= Town End, HO107/223/3, Born in County.
Occupation= Apprentice. James FISH father of his wife to be Mary is listed as a Carpenter so John is very likely an apprentice carpenter. 
2989 Publican of the New Inn, Bradworthy DEV WALTER John
2990 Rev. John WALTER wrote a book entitled "The curse of England (1870). The curse being alcohol! WALTER Rev. John
2991 Wesleyan Minister, in Launceston (1872, 1873), Simonstown in the Western Province of South Africa (1874). Also had ministries in Australia, New Zealand, Christmas Island and Norfolk Island. Also believed to have been a Naval Chaplain in the 1890s. WALTER Rev. John
2992 Will record destroyed by enemy action, 1942. WALTER John
2993 In the same grave as his parents. WALTER John Angus
2994 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER John Brimacombe
2995 Single, Corn Merchant. WALTER John Brimacombe
2996 Berlin ONT is now known as Kitchener ONT WALTER John Ewart Gladstone
2997 "The National Medal recognises long and diligent service by members of recognised government and voluntary organisations that risk their lives or safety to protect or assist the community in enforcement of the law or in times of emergency or natural disaster." WALTER John Hammond
2998 Killed in action on 21 Mar 1918 at Morchies, Pas-de-Calais, FRA. According to the Battalion diary it appears that he died as a result of a gas shell attack when he was caught without his box respirator in use. He has no known grave but is remembered on the Arras Memorial to the Missing which records the sacrifice of almost 35,000 UK, South African and New Zealand soldiers who died in the Arras sector and have no known grave. Lest We Forget. WALTER John Henry
2999 No known grave. Remembered on a panel on Bay 7. The wall panels used to record the names of the missing at this memorial are unfortunately, almost unreadable. WALTER John Henry
3000 HGH-LAWN-DQ-808-21 WALTER John Lewis

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