WILLIAM LINKSTONE AND CHRISTINA (nee McMurray) ADAMS, BOTH BORN IN SCOTLAND, WERE BURIED AT DROMANA, VIC., AUST. IN 1967 AND 1974. :: FamilyTreeCircles.com Genealogy
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WILLIAM LINKSTONE AND CHRISTINA (nee McMurray) ADAMS, BOTH BORN IN SCOTLAND, WERE BURIED AT DROMANA, VIC., AUST. IN 1967 AND 1974.

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Because my chronology of burials at Dromana wouldn't save under the original title, I've renamed the word document PIONEER GRAVES AT DROMANA. I'm now going through the ozgen list and have discovered some ADAMS burials not connected with Adams Corner; they are listed as "ADAMS (Other)" in the surnames index. I don't intend to write a biography for every burial on the ozgen list but if they have the same surname as any of our pioneers, I will look for their death records to see if there is a relationship to our pioneers. This couple probably married before leaving Scotland.

2+-1-1967. WILLIAM LINKSTONE ADAMS.
See wife Christina 23+-6-1974. Gravestone photo on ozgen list.
EventDeath Event registration number1053 Registration year1967
Personal information Family nameADAMS Given namesWilliam Linkstone
Father's nameADAMS Thomas Grant Mother's nameMargaret (Linkstone)
Place of birthScotland Place of deathDromana Age76

23+-6-1974. CHRISTINA ADAMSON ADAMS (nee McMurray.)
Gravestone photo on ozgen list. Wife of William Linkstone Adams, see 2+-1-1967. The death year and age in the death record are as on the gravestone.
EventDeath Event registration number14783 Registration year1974
Personal information Family nameADAMS Given namesChristina Adamson
Father's nameMCMURRAY Alexander Mother's nameChristina Furgie (Adamson)
Place of birthScotland Place of deathMount Eliza Age81

Surnames: ADAMS ADAMSON LINKSTONE McMURRAY
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on 2017-04-24 14:41:50

Itellya is researching local history on the Mornington Peninsula and is willing to help family historians with information about the area between Somerville and Blairgowrie. He has extensive information about Henry Gomm of Somerville, Joseph Porta (Victoria's first bellows manufacturer) and Captain Adams of Rosebud.

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