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GRAVESITES of TASMANIA Australia

Journal by ngairedith

The website Tasmanian Research is The Colonial Tasmanian Family Links database designed to provide an initial online genealogical research resource. It links individuals with other members of their families living in Tasmania in the 19th Century. The information about individuals is based primarily on records of births, deaths, and marriages and similar events, held in the Archives Office and the linkages have been developed by family historians associated with the former National Heritage Foundation in the late 1990s. The database contains approximately five hundred thousand entries.
Copies of more detailed documentation of many of the events listed in the database are available as are a wide range of records providing genealogical information.

GRAVES of TASMANIA

BRIGHTON:
Bagdad Congregational, Broardmarsh Congregational, Broardmarsh St Augustine, Elderslie Allwright,Pontville Horse Trough, St Georges Old Beach, St Marks Pontville, St Mary's Anglican Bridgewater, St Matthews Roman Catholic, St Michaels Bagdad, St Thomas Anglican Tea Tree, Uniting Gagebrook, War Memorial Pontville

GREEN PONDS (now known as Kempton):
All Saints Melton Mowbray, St Annes Anglican Dysart, Kempton Congregational, St Mary's Anglican, St Peters Roman Catholic Kempton, Kempton War Memorial

OATLANDS:
Oatlands Old General, Oatlands Methodist, Oatlands Uniting & Presbyterian, St Bridgids Tunnack, St Johns Lower Marshes, War Memorial Oatlands, Wesleyan Oatlands, Woodbury Private, Woodsdale, Anthill Ponds, Glen Morey Road, St James Jericho, St Oswalds Tunbridge, St Peters Oatlands, Tunbridge Old Methodist, Woodsdale Cemetery

SORELL:
Sorell War Memorial, Sorell St Thomas Roman Catholic, Sorell St Georges Anglican, Sorell Scotts Uniting Montague Street, Sorell Henry Street Anglican, Forcett/Lewisham, Dunalley General Cemetery, Copping General Cemetery, Carlton River Congregational, Marion Bay General-Bream Creek

PORT CYGNET (link includes an extensive list of people who lived in Cygnet 1830s-1930s):
Woodbridge Methodist, Cygnet War Memorial, Cygnet St Marks Anglican, Cygnet St James Roman Catholic, Cradoc St Peters, Woodbridge War Memorial, Cygnet Presbyterian/Uniting

HUON:
Ranelagh War Memorial, Ranelagh St James Anglican, Ranelagh Sacred Heart Roman Catholic, Judbury Uniting, Huonville War Memorial, Huonville Congregational New, Huonville Congregational & Uniting, Huon Lawn Cemetery, Glen Huon Uniting, Glen Huon Roll Of Honour, Franklin Memorial Gates, Franklin War Memorial, Franklin St Marys Roman Catholic, Franklin St Johns Anglican, Franklin Maxwells Road

RICHMOND:
Richmond St Lukes Anglican, Richmond St Johns Roman Catholic, Richmond Memorial, Richmond Congregational, Colebrook St Patricks Roman Catholic, Colebrook St James Anglican, Campania Memorial, Campania General Cemetery

KINGBOROUGH:
Kingston Lawn Cemetery, All Saints Anglican Margate, Kettering Cemetery, Middleton Cemetery, North West Bay Margate, Snug St Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Kettering Cemetery, St Columba Catholic Longley, Congregational Kingston, Dripstone Point Catholic Cemetey Flowerpot, Gordon Memorial, Snug Beach Memorial To Bushfire, Snug War Memorial, St Aloysius Catholic Kingston, St Clements Anglican Kingston, Taroona Quarantine Station, Lower Longley Methodist, Bridge Longley, Longley River Bend Tank Trap, Lower Longley Horse Trough

CAMPBELL TOWN/ROSS:
War Memorial at St Lukes, War Memorial, Uniting Campbell Town, St Michaels Catholic, St lukes Anglican Campbell Town, Private, Old Anglican Campbell Town, Lone Grave Midlands Highway, Kirksland, Conara Junction, Cleveland Uniting Union Church, Weslyan Methodist, St Johns Anglican Lawn, Ross Uniting, Ross Military (old) Cemetery, Ross Methodist-Uniting Cemertry, Ross Anglican Cemetery, Ross Cenotaph-War Memorial, Ross Catholic Cemetery

NEW NORFOLK:
Tyenna General, Stephen Street Anglican, St Pauls Uniting and Methodist New Norfolk, St Matthews Anglican, Red Hills Bushy Park Glenora, Plenty St John Evangelist Anglican, New Norfolk Old Council, New Norfolk War Memorial, Maydena War Memorial, Malbina General, Lachlan St George Anglican, BlackHills Oberlin Anglican, Back River Methodist

GLENORCHY:
Collins Cap, Collinsvale Methodist, Collinvale War Memorial, St Matthew's Presbterian, St Pauls Anglican, Granton Peters Anglican, Hestercombe Uniting, St Alban's Claremont, Marys Hope Road

CLARENCE:
Cambridge Congregational, New St Marks Anglican Bellerive, Old St Marks Anglican Bellerive, Sandford congregational, South Arm St Barnabas Anglican, St Margarets East Risdon, St Martins Anglican Sandford, Rokeby Congregational, Millingtons Crematorium Mornington

BOTHWELL/HAMILTON:
Saint Bartholomews lower Marshes, Bothwell Municipal General Cemetery, Hamiton St Peters Anglican, Hamilton St Stephens, Osterley St James Anglican, Ouse Anglican St John of Baptist, Ouse Catholic & General Cemetery Ellendale St Andrews Anglican, Ellendale St Colmans Roman Catholic, Gretna St Marys Anglican

At the above Gravesites link there is church history and pictures of the old churches, maps and more

Go to HOME for stories of the prisoners, the goals, escapees & absconders, insane patients, stowaways, executions at Campbell St, young offenders, unusual offences and those that committed them, the meaning of the symbols used on headstones, family research etc

A list of the paupers buried at Cornelian Bay Cemetery & their birthplace and immigration info where known

The PYENGANA pioneers

A BOER WAR Roll Call
and a WWII Roll Call of the 1182 men and women of Tasmania who lost their life during that war

The Cascades Female Factory if you are interested in stories of convict women

The BDM at the Brighton Plains Cemetery from the notebook of Reverend Robert Campbell Drought (he was born in County Offaly, Leinster in 1776, lived in Bath, Dublin, and Chester. He was the curate at Shadwell (London) in 1822, immigrated in 1830 to Australia, and died in Tasmania in 1836)

A list of all known headstones and /when & how they died on Opossum Island from Richard Lords book The Isle of the Dead for the early history of the settlement and the people involved.

Photographed Cemeteries in Tasmania by Municipalities have been placed onto cdrom and dvdrom and are available for sale on each Churchyard

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