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2951 PR-A****1282 WALTER Richard Percy
 
2952 For meritorious achievement as the Secretary of the Soldier Career Management Agency, Medical Employment Classification Review Board. WALTER Rik Andrew, CSM
 
2953 After a service held at St. Andrew's Uniting Church, Horsham VIC. WALTER Robin Ernest Bruce
 
2954 After a service held at St. James' Old Cathedral, Melbourne VIC. WALTER Roger
 
2955 Remembered with a wall plaque at Brighton General Cemetery after a cremation at Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Springvale VIC. WALTER Roy Alan
 
2956 At the time of his enlistment into the Canadian Expeditionary Force. WALTER Royland Allin
 
2957 Award Citation: Lt. Royland Allin Walter, 49th Bn., Can. Infy., Alberta R.

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during the operations east of Arras from 26th to 29th August, 1918. When the company commander and second in command had become casualties lie took command of the company and handled his men with skill and judgment. When the company was held up by heavy machine-gun and shell fire, he personally reconnoitred the ground, being continually in the open in doing so, and by his energy courage and initiative placed his company in a position from which they were able to continue the advance. 
WALTER Royland Allin
 
2958 Grave Memorial Reference: 11. K. 32. Also remembered on the family headstone in the Colborne Cemetery, Goderich ONT. WALTER Royland Allin
 
2959 Wounded on 28 Sep 1918. Gunshot wounds to the neck and abdomen. Evacuated to No. 33 Casualty Clearing Station at Ligny-Saint-Flochel, Pas-de-Calais FRA. This event is recorded in his unit diary at 11:30 a.m. on 28 Sep 1918 in the Intellegence Summary. Similarly, his death is reported on 6 Oct 1918. Lest We Forget. WALTER Royland Allin
 
2960 WST-LAWN-03-808-592 WALTER Rupert Alexander
 
2961 Ashes to be scattered. WALTER Russell
 
2962 Plot: Section B Tier 13 Grave 5 WALTER Russell John
 
2963 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER Samuel
 
2964 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER Samuel
 
2965 Plot: B-42.

Also remembered on a memorial headstone located in the Maitland Cemetery, Goderich, Huron Co. ONT. 
WALTER Samuel Thomas
 
2966 Christened by Rev. William COURTICE, Bible Christian minister. WALTER Sarah
 
2967 HGH-COE-1-807-312 WALTER Sarah Jane
 
2968 Death notice in the Sydney Morning Herald of 6 Nov 1985. WALTER Shirley Jean
 
2969 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER Sophia
 
2970 Headstone age is 87 years. WALTER Sophia
 
2971 HO107/223/9 WALTER Sophia
 
2972 Sophia Agnes WALTER was probably born in Lake County IL where her parents Charles and Mary WALTER lived between 1849 and 1855 before returning to Canada. WALTER Sophia Agnes
 
2973 EAS-METH-OLD-D-807-018 WALTER Sophia Ann
 
2974 Attended Longerenong Agricultural College for two years where he was deputy head prefect, graduating in 1931. Attended Dookie Agricultural College for a further year in 1932 graduating with a further more prestigious Diploma of Agriculture. It is interesting to note that his father Frederick Joseph WALTER (1872-1925) also attended Dookie Agricultural College in the first ever intake which graduated in 1888. WALTER Stanley Frederick
 
2975 Geelong Advertiser, 24 Oct 1945

Talented Singer

Mr. Stanley F. Walter, of Paraparap who was a successful vocalist at the South Street Eisteddfod, where he just missed the grand aggregate for the whole festival in the men's vocal sections. He was placed first in men's sacred solo (94 points); second in the baritone solo (89); third in the men's vocal championship, two items (187); third in the Leider section for ladies and gentlemen (95); and hon. mention in the section for men who had never won a first prize at South Street (88).

The adjudicator made some complimentary comments, such as; "Good rich voice"; "good clear-cut enunciation"; "moods and tempi well expressed"; "a sense of dignity and reverence displayed" (in the sacred song); "you play your voice nicely"; "tone well supported on breath"; "excellent diction and vocal line"; "a very artistic and nicely restrained performance." "You caught the spirit of the old patriarch, and sang with fine devotional spirit and effect." These latter remarks applied to his singing of "Lord God of Abraham" ("Elijah") in the men's championship. Mr. Walter is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Walter of Casterton. His parents died when he was quite young. He was educated at the Geelong College, and subsequently he studied at the Longerenong and the Dookie Agricultural Colleges. At Dookie his father was one of the original students. All his vocal training has been under the direction of Mrs. R.M. Black, who, during the past three years in particular, has put him through an intensive course. In some of the sections at South Street there were more than 100 competitors, including talented vocalists from every State in the Commonwealth and from New Zealand.
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The Sun-News Pictorial, 31 Aug 1990

Father and son in tune

Denis Walter appears on TV today with his Dad, Stan. "It's taken Stan 77 years to get his first break on TV," Denis joked.

Father and son will sing a duet, Bless This House, on Channel Nine's In Melbourne Today. "My dad is a bass baritone like myself," Denis said. "So my deep voice wasn't caused by an accident at birth - it is actually inherited!"

Host Ernie Sigley invited Stan on to the show after hearing him sing after a Footscray - Geelong game. "Ernie thought Stan would make a perfect Father's Day guest," Denis explained. 
WALTER Stanley Frederick
 
2976 HGH-LAWN-GK-808-02 WALTER Stanley Frederick
 
2977 His term in the VDC was probably terminated due to the fact that as Farmer/Grazier/Land owner he was engaged in a reserved occupation.

Late in his life it was discovered that his real priority during WWII was to join the Navy. Once again his reserved occupation status probably probably snuffed out that ambition. 
WALTER Stanley Frederick
 
2978 WST-MET-01-807-1154M WALTER Stephen Sydney Bumpstead
 
2979 Common grave WALTER Susan Jane
 
2980 CLC-LAWN-F08-808-52 WALTER Susan Margaret
 
2981 Address: Field Irish, 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER Susanna
 
2982 Headstone Transcription:
Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy
In loving memory
of
Susanna
wife of
Charles Brimacombe,
of Marsland, in this parish,
who departed this life 13th Oct 1893, aged 64 years.
She is gone but not forgotten
Never shall her memory fade;
Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger
Round the spot where she is laid.
Also of the above named
Charles Brimacombe
who entered into rest
17th Feb. 1896, aged 73 years
"The just shall live by faith" 
WALTER Susanna
 
2983 EAS-METH-OLD-X-825-X
Common grave 
WALTER Susannah
 
2984 The cremated remains have been collected. WALTER Teresa Joan
 
2985 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER Thomas
 
2986 HO107/223/9 WALTER Thomas
 
2987 In the same grave as his parents. WALTER Thomas Alfred
 
2988 HGH-MET-02-807-091 WALTER Titus
 
2989 A beautiful headstone crafted by master stonemason Mark WESTAWAY marks her burial place in the Bradworthy DEV churchyard. WALTER Tryphena
 
2990 Northern Park, Collins Lawn, NP-COL*AT***87 WALTER Tryphena Damaris
 
2991 EAS-METH-OLD-X-825-X
Common grave 
WALTER Tryphena Jane
 
2992 Merlynston Lawn - FA-MEL*A***61 WALTER Ursula May
 
2993 Ashes scattered. WALTER Vena Evelina Milbra
 
2994 Death notice stated "Much loved cousin of Stan & Joyce, Jack (dec) & Jean, Don & Lillias and families." WALTER Vena Evelina Milbra
 
2995 It appears that Vena used the surname WALTERS and not WALTER during her lifetime. WALTER Vena Evelina Milbra
 
2996 Aged 4 hours WALTER Vera Enid, (Twin)
 
2997 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER William
 
2998 Address: Field Irish, 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER William
 
2999 Address: Field Irish, 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER William
 
3000 Address: Field Irish, 1841 Census, HO 107/258 WALTER William
 

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