John Lawrence Diamond

M, b. 26 May 1911, d. 13 April 1931
  • John Lawrence Diamond was born on 26 May 1911 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Diamond and Mary Sabrine Cleary.
  • John Lawrence Diamond died on 13 April 1931 in Queensland at age 19.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at Mt Luke. He was a farmer.
  • He was buried on 14 April 1941 in Cabarlah Cemetery.

Laurence Diamond

M, b. 1 November 1841, d. 29 October 1913
  • Laurence Diamond was born on 1 November 1841 in Castledown, County Derry, Northern Ireland. He was the son of John Diamond and Rachael Margaret Armstorng.
  • He immigrated to Maryborough in 1862. He arrived on the Prince Consort.
  • He was living in 1867 in Ballards Camp; A letter sent to this address was returned to the dead letter office before May 1867 marked o and c. It was addressed to Lawrence Diamond (labourer). Another addressed to Toowoomba was also returned before June 1867 marked "o" and "c."
  • He selected land - Selection number 542 (Homestead), 160 acres, Toowoomba District. His second payment of £3 13 4 was made in 1872. The rent was increased to £4 the following year in 1871.
  • At the age of 29 years, Laurence Diamond married Mary Jane Gunter in 1871 in Queensland.
  • Between January 1871 and July 1871 Laurence applied for, and was granted, a Hardwood Timber License at the cost of £1.
  • In September 1871 A letter was returned to the dead letter office it was addressed to Toowoomba marked "o" and "c."
  • Laurence Diamond selected land - Laurence selected Portion 542 Parish of Murphy (opposite that of Joseph Cossart at Pipeclay). He and his family resised there. He later purchased more land at Ravensbourne. The land passed to his granddaughter.

    Diamond Selection - Pipe Clay
  • On 2 April 1882,Laurence Diamond's daughter, Alicia Diamond was buried in Cabarlah Cemetery at age 3.
  • On 5 May 1896,his wife, Mary Jane Gunter died in Pipeclay, Queensland.
  • In November 1898 he was the secretary of the Perseverance Provisional School Committee, tenders for painting of the school being addressed to him at Pipe Clay. He was elected to the position again in 1902.
  • In 1901 Lawrence's name appeared on the Crow's Nest Post Office register. He lived at Ravensbourne. He was a farmer.
  • Laurence Diamond was granted probate for the estate of James McQuillan on in February 1902 --- James M'Quillan, Perseverance, farmer, to Rodger M'Quillan and Lawrence Diamond, Perseverance, farmers. Death occurred 14th September, 1901. Probate granted 3rd December. Realty and personalty, £1984 10s.
  • Laurence Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Ravensbourne. Lawrence was a farmer. His son William was a labourer.
  • He and Patrick Francis Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1905 living at Ravensbourne. Lawrence snr, and son Patrick were farmers, daughter Mary Ann carried out domestic duties and son William was a labourer.
  • On 30 May 1905 His name was listed amongst those electors supporting John Kynock as member for Division 1, Highfields Dvisional Board.
  • Laurence Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1909 living at Ravensbourne. John was a farmer as were his sons Lawrence and Patrick. Son William was listed as a labourer.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Perseverance. Laurence was a farmer as was son John. Daughter Ellen also lived at Perseverance.
  • Laurence Diamond died on 29 October 1913 in Queensland at age 71.
  • He was buried on 30 October 1913 in Cabarlah Cemetery. The funeral service was held at St Patrick's Church.
  • On 1 November 1913 Laurence Diamond's obituary appeared in the Darling Downs Gazette. It read:- "On Thursday afternoon, at Highfields cemetery, the remains of the late Mr. Laurence Diamond of Perseverance were laid to rest, the service being conducted by the Rev. Father Murphy. The late Mr. Diamond was born in Derry (Ireland) seventy three years ago, and he came to Queensland in the year 1862. After, living for a time at Maryborough where he landed from the "Prince Consort” he came to the Downs, and went out to the great Perseverance Forest to cut out a home. What the origin of the name of the place we cannot say, but certainly it was appropriately named because only the man with a big stout heart and grim courage and perseverance would go there in the early days, when the nearest was Toowoomba, and the dray was the only means of locomotion. Mr Diamond was one of those who succeeded. His wife predeceased him about 17 years ago but a family of six sons and four daughters is living. The sons are William, John, and Francis of Perseverance, Peter of South Africa, and Patrick and Lawrence of Tarong, the daughters are Mrs James McErlean of Taabinga, Mrs Gillies of Goombungee, Mrs Purtell (Hampton) and Miss Ella Diamond of Perseverance."
  • Probate for his estate was granted in April 1914to his sons John and William. His estate was worth £637 reality, £3507 personally.

Children of Laurence Diamond and Mary Jane Gunter

Laurence Michael Diamond

M, b. 23 July 1888, d. 2 July 1955
  • Laurence Michael Diamond was born on 23 July 1888 in Queensland. His birh was not registered until 1896.
  • He was the son of Laurence Diamond and Mary Jane Gunter.
  • Laurence Michael Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll with Laurence Diamond in 1909 in Ravensbourne. John was a farmer as were his sons Lawrence and Patrick. Son William was listed as a labourer.
  • Laurence Michael Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Maidenwell. He was a farmer.
  • He was mentioned in the Obituary of Laurence Diamond on 1 November 1913 published in the Darling Downs Gazette. "On Thursday afternoon, at Highfields cemetery, the remains of the late Mr. Laurence Diamond of Perseverance were laid to rest, the service being conducted by the Rev. Father Murphy. The late Mr. Diamond was born in Derry (Ireland) seventy three years ago, and he came to Queensland in the year 1862. After, living for a time at Maryborough where he landed from the "Prince Consort” he came to the Downs, and went out to the great Perseverance Forest to cut out a home. What the origin of the name of the place we cannot say, but certainly it was appropriately named because only the man with a big stout heart and grim courage and perseverance would go there in the early days, when the nearest was Toowoomba, and the dray was the only means of locomotion. Mr Diamond was one of those who succeeded. His wife predeceased him about 17 years ago but a family of six sons and four daughters is living. The sons are William, John, and Francis of Perseverance, Peter of South Africa, and Patrick and Lawrence of Tarong, the daughters are Mrs James McErlean of Taabinga, Mrs Gillies of Goombungee, Mrs Purtell (Hampton) and Miss Ella Diamond of Perseverance."
  • Laurence Michael Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1919 living at Maidenwell. He was a farmer.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1930 living at Emu Creek. He was a farmer.
  • Around 1926 Laurence Michael Diamond and Orlando Penzance Cossart Maddern went into partnership in the timber industry in Stanthorpe where Orlando managed the Diamond sawmill.
  • At the age of 40 years, Laurence Michael Diamond married Margaret (Madge) Nolan, daughter of James Nolan and Mary (Minnie) Pierce, in 1929 in Queensland.
  • Laurence Michael Diamond and Margaret (Madge) Nolan appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1954 living at Folkstone Street. Laurence was a timber merchant.
  • Laurence Michael Diamond died on 2 July 1955 in Queensland at age 66.
  • He was buried in Stanthorpe Cemetery. Plot      Section 2, Row T, Grave 24.

Mary Agnes Diamond

F, b. 5 December 1914

Mary Ann Diamond

F, b. 20 November 1876, d. 16 April 1945
  • Mary Ann Diamond was born on 20 November 1876 in Pipeclay, Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Laurence Diamond and Mary Jane Gunter.
  • Mary Ann Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll with Laurence Diamond and Patrick Francis Diamond in 1905 in Ravensbourne. Lawrence snr, and son Patrick were farmers, daughter Mary Ann carried out domestic duties and son William was a labourer.
  • At the age of 30 years, 6 months and 16 days, Mary Ann Diamond married Stephen Purtill, son of Michael Purtill and Mary Keating, on 5 June 1907 in Queensland. Stephen lived at Wandawalla Hampton at the time.
  • Mary Ann Diamond and Stephen Purtill appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1909 and 1913 living at Perseverance. Stephen was a grazier.
  • Mary Ann Diamond was mentioned in the Obituary of Laurence Diamond on 1 November 1913 published in the Darling Downs Gazette. "On Thursday afternoon, at Highfields cemetery, the remains of the late Mr. Laurence Diamond of Perseverance were laid to rest, the service being conducted by the Rev. Father Murphy. The late Mr. Diamond was born in Derry (Ireland) seventy three years ago, and he came to Queensland in the year 1862. After, living for a time at Maryborough where he landed from the "Prince Consort” he came to the Downs, and went out to the great Perseverance Forest to cut out a home. What the origin of the name of the place we cannot say, but certainly it was appropriately named because only the man with a big stout heart and grim courage and perseverance would go there in the early days, when the nearest was Toowoomba, and the dray was the only means of locomotion. Mr Diamond was one of those who succeeded. His wife predeceased him about 17 years ago but a family of six sons and four daughters is living. The sons are William, John, and Francis of Perseverance, Peter of South Africa, and Patrick and Lawrence of Tarong, the daughters are Mrs James McErlean of Taabinga, Mrs Gillies of Goombungee, Mrs Purtell (Hampton) and Miss Ella Diamond of Perseverance."
  • Mary Ann Diamond died on 16 April 1945 in Queensland at age 68.
  • She was buried on 17 April 1945 in Cabarlah Cemetery. RC1-00C-0019.

Mary Elizabeth Diamond

F, b. 11 September 1881, d. 1961

Child of Mary Elizabeth Diamond and James Patrick McGuire

Matilda Jane Diamond

F, b. 30 June 1893, d. 14 May 1960
  • Matilda Jane Diamond was born on 30 June 1893 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Edward Diamond and Matilda Ann Honey Austin.
  • Matilda Jane Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll with Matilda Ann Honey Austin and Edward Diamond in 1919 in Hamilton. Edward was a storeman and Matilda carried out home duties. Francis, a labourer, and Matilda Jane, a clerk also lived with them. Their son Edward and his wife lived in Allen Street, Hamilton.
  • Matilda Jane Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll with Edward Diamond and Matilda Ann Honey Austin in 1925 in Hamilton. Edward was a storeman and Matilda carried out home duties. John Henry was a freezer and Matilda Jane a clerk. Vincent was a barman. Edward and his wife Zoe lived in Allen Street, Hamilton.
  • At the age of 40 years, Matilda Jane Diamond married William Roy Lay in 1934 in Queensland.
  • Matilda Jane Diamond died on 14 May 1960 at age 66.

Patrick Francis Diamond

M, b. 15 November 1882, d. 29 August 1947
  • Patrick Francis Diamond was born on 15 November 1882 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Laurence Diamond and Mary Jane Gunter.
  • Patrick Francis Diamond and Laurence Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1905 living at Ravensbourne. Lawrence snr, and son Patrick were farmers, daughter Mary Ann carried out domestic duties and son William was a labourer.
  • Patrick Francis Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll with Laurence Diamond in 1909 in Ravensbourne. John was a farmer as were his sons Lawrence and Patrick. Son William was listed as a labourer.
  • Patrick Francis Diamond was mentioned in the Obituary of Laurence Diamond on 1 November 1913 published in the Darling Downs Gazette. "On Thursday afternoon, at Highfields cemetery, the remains of the late Mr. Laurence Diamond of Perseverance were laid to rest, the service being conducted by the Rev. Father Murphy. The late Mr. Diamond was born in Derry (Ireland) seventy three years ago, and he came to Queensland in the year 1862. After, living for a time at Maryborough where he landed from the "Prince Consort” he came to the Downs, and went out to the great Perseverance Forest to cut out a home. What the origin of the name of the place we cannot say, but certainly it was appropriately named because only the man with a big stout heart and grim courage and perseverance would go there in the early days, when the nearest was Toowoomba, and the dray was the only means of locomotion. Mr Diamond was one of those who succeeded. His wife predeceased him about 17 years ago but a family of six sons and four daughters is living. The sons are William, John, and Francis of Perseverance, Peter of South Africa, and Patrick and Lawrence of Tarong, the daughters are Mrs James McErlean of Taabinga, Mrs Gillies of Goombungee, Mrs Purtell (Hampton) and Miss Ella Diamond of Perseverance."
  • Patrick Francis Diamond died on 29 August 1947 in Queensland at age 64.

Patrick Francis Diamond

M, b. 7 March 1913, d. 9 January 1973
  • Patrick Francis Diamond was born on 7 March 1913 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Diamond and Mary Sabrine Cleary.
  • Patrick Francis Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Hampton. He was a farmer.
  • Patrick Francis Diamond died on 9 January 1973 in Queensland at age 59.
  • He was buried on 10 January 1973 in Cabarlah Cemetery.

Peter Diamond

M, b. 8 November 1880, d. 1927
  • Peter Diamond was born on 8 November 1880 in Queensland. He married in South Africa and had four children to Charlotte Henrietta Taylor.
  • He was the son of Laurence Diamond and Mary Jane Gunter.
  • Peter was the best man at the wedding of William Diamond and Mary Sabrine Cleary, daughter of John Cleary and Mary Unknown, on 30 April 1910 in Queensland; At the time of their marriage Mary's parents, father John formerly of Perseverance, were both deceased. She was given away by her god-father Mr McQuillan.
  • Peter Diamond was mentioned in the Obituary of Laurence Diamond on 1 November 1913 published in the Darling Downs Gazette. "On Thursday afternoon, at Highfields cemetery, the remains of the late Mr. Laurence Diamond of Perseverance were laid to rest, the service being conducted by the Rev. Father Murphy. The late Mr. Diamond was born in Derry (Ireland) seventy three years ago, and he came to Queensland in the year 1862. After, living for a time at Maryborough where he landed from the "Prince Consort” he came to the Downs, and went out to the great Perseverance Forest to cut out a home. What the origin of the name of the place we cannot say, but certainly it was appropriately named because only the man with a big stout heart and grim courage and perseverance would go there in the early days, when the nearest was Toowoomba, and the dray was the only means of locomotion. Mr Diamond was one of those who succeeded. His wife predeceased him about 17 years ago but a family of six sons and four daughters is living. The sons are William, John, and Francis of Perseverance, Peter of South Africa, and Patrick and Lawrence of Tarong, the daughters are Mrs James McErlean of Taabinga, Mrs Gillies of Goombungee, Mrs Purtell (Hampton) and Miss Ella Diamond of Perseverance."
  • Peter Diamond died in 1927 in Gauteng, South Africa.

Rachel Margaret Diamond

F, b. 11 March 1872, d. 9 October 1936
  • Rachel Margaret Diamond was born on 11 March 1872 in Pipeclay, Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Laurence Diamond and Mary Jane Gunter.
  • When the Perseverance Creek School was opened in November 1880, the first day pupils were John Ryan, William Diamond, Alf Ernest Bidgood, Miriam Case, Kate Diamond, Rachel Diamond, Ann Hebbel, Margaret Hebbel, Jacob Hebbel, Emily White, Mary Ryan, and George Case. The first head teacher was Thomas Walls and the School Committee consisted of Joseph Cossart (Secretary - his eldest child was only four at the time), Alf Bidgood, John Hebbel, James and John McQuillan.
    The following year Alice Brown, Joseph Cronk, John Brown, Edward Brown, Alice Cronk, Minnie Humberdross, Emma Humberdross and John Kynoch were enrolled.
  • At the age of 25 years, Rachel Margaret Diamond married James Patrick McErlean, son of John McErlean and Catherine Kelly, in 1898 in Queensland.
  • In 1901 Rachel Margaret Diamond and James Patrick McErlean lived in Ravensbourne.. James was listed on the Crow's Nest Post Office directory as a farmer of Ravensbourne as was his brother Hugh:CR:]
  • Rachel Margaret Diamond and James Patrick McErlean appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1903 and 1905 living at Ravensbourne. James was a farmer.
  • Rachel Margaret Diamond and James Patrick McErlean appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1909 living at Ravensbourne. James was a farmer.
  • On 11 October 1930,her husband, James Patrick McErlean died in Queensland at age 68.
  • Rachel Margaret Diamond died on 9 October 1936 in Queensland at age 64.

Children of Rachel Margaret Diamond and James Patrick McErlean

Thelma Ruby Diamond

F, b. 22 July 1910

Thomas Henry Diamond

M, b. 24 September 1886, d. 4 October 1895
  • Thomas Henry Diamond was born on 24 September 1886 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Laurence Diamond and Mary Jane Gunter.
  • Thomas Henry Diamond died on 4 October 1895 in Queensland at age 9.
  • He was buried on 5 October 1895 in Cabarlah Cemetery.

Vincent Augustus Diamond

M, b. 26 March 1891, d. 1966
  • Vincent Augustus Diamond was born on 26 March 1891 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Edward Diamond and Matilda Ann Honey Austin.
  • Vincent Augustus Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll with Edward Diamond in 1936 in Hamilton. Edward was a storeman, John Henry a freezer and Vincent a barman. Zoe Margaret, Edward Charles and Hazel Zena Diamond lived in 137 Allen Street.
  • Vincent Augustus Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1963 living at Hamilton. He was a clerk. A Mary Catherine Diamond, perhaps his wife lived at the same address.
  • Vincent Augustus Diamond died in 1966 in Queensland.

William Diamond

M, b. 16 July 1873, d. 1954
  • William Diamond was born on 16 July 1873 in Pipeclay, Queensland.
  • He was the son of Laurence Diamond and Mary Jane Gunter.
  • When the Perseverance Creek School was opened in November 1880, the first day pupils were John Ryan, William Diamond, Alf Ernest Bidgood, Miriam Case, Kate Diamond, Rachel Diamond, Ann Hebbel, Margaret Hebbel, Jacob Hebbel, Emily White, Mary Ryan, and George Case. The first head teacher was Thomas Walls and the School Committee consisted of Joseph Cossart (Secretary - his eldest child was only four at the time), Alf Bidgood, John Hebbel, James and John McQuillan.
    The following year Alice Brown, Joseph Cronk, John Brown, Edward Brown, Alice Cronk, Minnie Humberdross, Emma Humberdross and John Kynoch were enrolled.
  • William Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll with Laurence Diamond in 1903 in Ravensbourne. Lawrence was a farmer. His son William was a labourer.
  • William Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll with Laurence Diamond and Patrick Francis Diamond in 1905 in Ravensbourne. Lawrence snr, and son Patrick were farmers, daughter Mary Ann carried out domestic duties and son William was a labourer.
  • William Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll with Laurence Diamond in 1909 in Ravensbourne. John was a farmer as were his sons Lawrence and Patrick. Son William was listed as a labourer.
  • At the age of 36 years, 9 months and 14 days, William Diamond married Mary Sabrine Cleary, daughter of John Cleary and Mary Unknown, on 30 April 1910 in Queensland. At the time of their marriage Mary's parents, father John formerly of Perseverance, were both deceased. She was given away by her god-father Mr McQuillan.
  • William Diamond and Mary Sabrine Cleary appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Ravensbourne. William was a farmer.
  • William Diamond was mentioned in the Obituary of Laurence Diamond on 1 November 1913 published in the Darling Downs Gazette. "On Thursday afternoon, at Highfields cemetery, the remains of the late Mr. Laurence Diamond of Perseverance were laid to rest, the service being conducted by the Rev. Father Murphy. The late Mr. Diamond was born in Derry (Ireland) seventy three years ago, and he came to Queensland in the year 1862. After, living for a time at Maryborough where he landed from the "Prince Consort” he came to the Downs, and went out to the great Perseverance Forest to cut out a home. What the origin of the name of the place we cannot say, but certainly it was appropriately named because only the man with a big stout heart and grim courage and perseverance would go there in the early days, when the nearest was Toowoomba, and the dray was the only means of locomotion. Mr Diamond was one of those who succeeded. His wife predeceased him about 17 years ago but a family of six sons and four daughters is living. The sons are William, John, and Francis of Perseverance, Peter of South Africa, and Patrick and Lawrence of Tarong, the daughters are Mrs James McErlean of Taabinga, Mrs Gillies of Goombungee, Mrs Purtell (Hampton) and Miss Ella Diamond of Perseverance."
  • William Diamond was granted probate for the estate of Laurence Diamond in April 1914; to his sons John and William. His estate was worth £637 reality, £3507 personally.
  • On 1 September 1919William Diamond was named as a beneficiary of Mary Sabrine Cleary's will. At the time she owned Portions 23, 37 and 82v, Parish of Ravensobourne.
  • William Diamond and Mary Sabrine Cleary appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1921 living at Ravensbourne. William was a farmer.
  • On 18 October 1922,his wife, Mary Sabrine Cleary died in Queensland.
  • William Diamond appeared on the Electoral Roll with Francis Diamond and John Diamond in 1925 in Ravensbourne. Francis, John and William were all farmers.
  • At the age of 53 years, William Diamond married Frances Field in 1927 in Queensland.
  • William Diamond and Frances Field appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Hampton. William was a farmer.
  • William Diamond and Frances Field appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at Hampton. William was a farmer. His son Partrick Francis also lived at Clearyvale.
  • William Diamond died in 1954 in Queensland.

Children of William Diamond and Mary Sabrine Cleary

Audrey Maud Dick

F, b. 1908

Catherine Jean Dick

F, b. 1910

Colin David Dick

M, b. circa 1916, d. 1946

Edith Katie Dick

F, b. 1901

Gordon Joseph Dick

M, b. 1898, d. 1964

Jack Rainsford Dick

M, b. 2 April 1912, d. 1984
  • Jack Rainsford Dick was born on 2 April 1912 in New Zealand.
  • He was the son of John Dick and Louisa Primmer.
  • Jack Rainsford Dick died in 1984 in New Zealand.

John Dick

M, b. circa 1865

Children of John Dick and Catherine (Kate) Primmer

Children of John Dick and Louisa Primmer

Leslie Stewart Dick

M, b. 1914, d. 1970

Mary Elizabeth Dick

F, b. 9 September 1907, d. 10 June 1992

Norman George Dick

M, b. 29 August 1899, d. 1973

Wilfred John Dick

M, b. 20 April 1897, d. 1973
  • Wilfred John Dick was born on 20 April 1897 in New Zealand.
  • He was the son of John Dick and Catherine (Kate) Primmer.
  • At the age of 25 years, Wilfred John Dick married Nellie Panckhurst in 1923 in New Zealand.
  • Wilfred John Dick died in 1973 in New Zealand.

William Howard Dick

M, b. 1913, d. 1985

William Loague Dick

M, b. 1884, d. 1962
  • William Loague Dick was born in 1884 in Queensland. He was the son of John Baxter Dick and Catherine Jane Loague.
  • At the age of 22 years, William Loague Dick married Louisa Grace Peters in 1906 in Queensland.
  • William Loague Dick and Louisa Grace Peters appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Thallon Street, Crow's Nest. William was a draper. Their daughter Mary was a shop assistant.
  • In 1951,his wife, Louisa Grace Peters died in Queensland.
  • William Loague Dick died in 1962 in Queensland.

Children of William Loague Dick and Louisa Grace Peters

Adam Arthur Dickhardt

M, b. 1876, d. 18 July 1962
  • Adam Arthur Dickhardt was born in 1876.
  • He was the son of Wilhelm Diikhaut and Mary Eva Annie Kranz.
  • Adam Arthur Dickhardt appeared on the Electoral Roll with Mary Eva Annie Kranz and Catherina Lavina Dickhardt in 1908 in Djuan. Mary carried out domestic duties and Kate was a domestic servant. Mary's sons Kasper, James and Adam farmed at Djuan while William was a labourer.
  • On 9 August 1911 Arthur won a ballet for land at Tarong, Nanango.
  • Adam Arthur Dickhardt died on 18 July 1962 in Queensland.
  • He was buried on 19 July 1962 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. RC7-009-0051.

Ann Dickhardt

F, b. 1889, d. 1889