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Note:

Current No. in the Burial Register is the interment number of that person.

Previous No. is the interment number of the person previously or subsequently interred in the same grave.


Haines, Edward Sydney

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Burial Register details:

Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1995 1978 09-04-1923 Haines, Sydney Edward 35
CE1 163
Body moved from CE3 257 full
S5079 1978 1995 25-08-1928 Haines, Syd Edward [reinterred] 35


Body reinterred in 163 full

Inscription:
In loving memory of / Edward Sydney Haines / loved son of Annie / and dear brother of Addie / passed away 8 April 1923 / aged 35 years.

Links:
Image:
10012 (1-12)
Biography:
Haines, Edmund Sydney, b. 1888 Wandin Yallock, d. 1923 Wandin Yallock at 35 years. [http://silvanpioneers.blogspot.com.au]
Death notice:
Haines. On 8th April, at Woori Yallock, Edward Sydney Haines, the dear pal of Billy Roche. R.I.P. A real white man at rest. [The Argus 13-04-1923]

References: The Argus 13-04-1923; http://silvanpioneers.blogspot.com.au; Billion Graves Record 6234451.



Hamilton, Margaret and John Robert

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Margaret Hamilton

Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
4252 1438 27-05-1913 Hamilton, Margaret 42
P2 48 -
1438 4252 10-12-1946 Hamilton, John Robert 73
P2 48 -

Inscription:
In loving memory of / our parents / Margaret Hamilton / died 26th May 1913 aged 48. / John Hamilton / died 10th Dec 1946 aged 72. / They have not gone far..../ Just stepped into God's garden / and left the gate ajar.

Links:
Image:
10194 (6-35)

No information.

John Hamilton

Obituary:
The passing of Mr John Hamilton at Yarra Junction...removes another pioneer of the Yarra Valley. A member of the Lilydale Hamilton family, Jack was brought up to hard work and at an early age had teams of horses contracting on the road. A keen judge of horses, he always had good animals and gave them the attention that all horse lovers do....Though retired, he kept a good horse to the last......[Lilydale Express 19-12-1946]

References: Lilydale Express 19-12-1946.



Hamilton, Margaret May, Reginald John and Ethel May

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Margaret May Hamilton

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
4755 1781 28-02-1920 Hamilton, Margaret May 2
P2 68 -
1781 4755 12-04-1954 Hamilton, Reginald John 58
P2 68 -
1781 6701 29-08-1967 Hamilton, Ethel May 67
P2 68 -

Inscription:
In loving memory / of / Reginald John Hamilton / 9 Apr 1954, aged 56 years. / Also Margaret / died 29th Feb 1920, aged 2 years. / Ethel May / loving wife of Reginald John / died 27th August 1967 years. / Loved and remembered always.

Links:
Image
: 10195 (6-36)
Thank you notice:
Thanks – Mr Geo. Hamilton and family desire to thank all kind friends for cards and letters, especially Dr Syme and Rev. Robertson and Burton Bros., in their recent sad bereavement – Castella St, Lilydale. [Lilydale Express 05-03-1920]

Reginald John

No information.

Ethel May

No information.

References: Lilydale Express 05-03-1920.







Hand, Emma Hannah

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Burial Register:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
335 405 18-01-1887 Hand, Emma Hannah 10
B1
190
 -

Inscription:
In / loving memory / of / Emma Hannah Hand / who departed this life / Jany 16th 1887 / aged 10 years and 10 months.

Notes:
Links:
See John Hand 10271 and Frances Hand 10275
Image No: 10274 (9-23)

Biography:
Emma was the eldest daughter of John and Eliza Hand and was born at Wandin Yallock in 1876. Death notice: Hand – On 16th January, at Seville, Wandin, after a short illness, Emma Hannah, the beloved and eldest daughter of John and Eliza Hand, aged 10 years and 10 months. [Lilydale Express 21-1-1887]

References: Lilydale Express 21-1-1887.


Hand, Frances and William

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Frances Hand

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
405 335 21-04-1884 Hand, Francis 75
B1 205/206  -
466 557 26-10-1889 Hand, William 74
B1 205  -

Inscription:
Sacred / to / the memory of / Frances Hand / who departed this life / April 19th 1884 / aged 75 years. / Also of / her beloved husband / William Hand / who departed this life / Octr 26th 1889 / aged 74 years & 10 months. / Blessed are the dead which die in / the Lord for henceforth yea saith / the Spirit that they may rest from their / labour and their works do follow them.

Notes: Burial Register should be Frances Hand (female spelling) not Francis Hand (male spelling)
Links: See also Henry Hand 10270; John Hand 10271; Thomas Hand 10273 Emma and 10274
Image No: 10275 (9-24)

Death notice:
Hand – On the 10th Inst., at Lilydale, Frances, the beloved wife of William Hand, sen., aged 74 years. “Precious is the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.” [The Argus 23-04-1884 pg1]

William Hand

Biography:
William Hand arrived in Melbourne with his family on board the Andromache in June 1840.
Obituary:
We regret to announce the death of Mr William Hand which occurred at the residence of his son Mr Henry Hand. He was a native of Nottinghamshire and arrived in this colony in 1840. After residing in Melbourne for some years, he went in for farming pursuits with his sons at the Red Hill, near Lilydale. He together his his sons had a nice orchard and vineyard, selling out after ten years. His sons started the business cnr Main and Castella streets now Dawborn and Morey. Mr Hand was a member of the first Road Board which met at Brushy Creek, but since then he has never taken an active part in public affairs. Mr Hand, who was 74 years of age, had been ailing for some time, but his death was not altogether unexpected. He had four sons, viz., Mr Henry Hand of Lilydale, Mr J. Hand of Seville. Mr W. Hand of Woori Yallock, and Mr T. Hand late shire engineer who died about 18 months ago. . . . [Lilydale Express 02-11-1889]

References: The Argus 23-4-1884; Lilydale Express 2-11-1889; wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au



Hand, Henry

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Burial Register Details:

Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1305
1316
05-04-1910
Hand, Henry
38
B1
141/142
 -

Inscription:
In loving memory / of / Henry Hand / beloved son of John & Eliza Hand / who passed away at Seville 7 April 1910 / aged 38 years / Sweet rest.

Notes:
Links:
See also John Hand 10271
Image No: 10270 (9-19)

Death notice:
Hand – On the 5th April, after a brief illness, at his residence, Seville, Henry, dearly beloved and second surviving son of Eliza Jane Hand and the late John Hand, and loved brother of A. H., C. H., L. H., and E. M. H.; aged 38 years. Interred 6th inst. Deeply regretted. [Lilydale Express 05-04-1910]
Obituary:
Trouble has again fallen on the Hand family of Seville. A few months ago the husband and father died, and now Henry, the oldest surviving son, has passed away. A fortnight ago he was stricken down with typhoid – typhoid of a very bad form - and though Drs Tighe and Adam did all that skill and unremitting attention could do, aided by two training nurses, he died last Wednesday at 2p.m. The remains were interred yesterday. A short service was held in the house and a very large number from the district followed to the cemetery. At the grave the Rev. T. Copeland spoke of the character of the deceased, naming his quiet, peaceful, kind disposition, and his thorough uprightness in business. . . Throughout the district where he transacted business he won the respect and goodwill of all section of the people. . . [Lilydale Express 08-04-1910 pg2]

 
References: Lilydale Express 05-04-1910 and 08-04-1910. See also Seville, the vision and the reality, 1886-1986 by Trevor Jones.



Hand, Irwin John

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Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
-
1014 28-07-1901 Hand, Irwin 31
B1
206
 -

Inscription:
Irwin John Hand / who departed this life at Seville / July 28th 1901 / aged 31 years / Gone but not forgotten.

Notes:
Links:
See John Hand 10271
Image No: 10276 (9-25)
Biography:
Irwin Edwin John Hand, the son of John and Eliza Hand was born at in 1870 Lilydale.
Death notice:
Hand – On the 28th July (after a short illness), at Seville, Irwin John, the dearly beloved and dutiful son of John and Eliza Hand, aged 31 years.[The Argus 29-7-1901 p1]
Funeral Notice:
Hand – The friends of John Hand are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his beloved son, Irwin, to the place of interment, the Lilydale cemetery. [The Argus 29-7-1901 p1]

References: The Argus 29-7-1901; wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au


Hand, John and Eliza Jane

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John Hand

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
-
1305 17-10-1909 Hand, John 65
B1 141  -
1305 2138 08-11-1926 Hand, Eliza Jane 76
B1 141/142  -

Inscription:
In loving memory / of / John Hand / the beloved husband of / Eliza Jane Hand / who passed away at Seville / 16th October 1909 / aged 65 years. / Peace perfect peace. / And his beloved wife / Eliza Jane / died 8 Nov. 1925 aged 76 years.

Notes:
Links:
See also Henry Hand No.10270; Emma Hand No. 10274 and Irwin Hand 10276 and Bradshaw Campbell No 10292.
Image No: 10271 (9-20)
Biography:
John Hand, was the son of William Hand and Frances Wingate from Nottinghamshire, England, and was born in 1844 at Prahran, Port Phillip. In the 1860s when aged about 16, moved to Lilydale with his family who established the Beehive sore on the north-east corner of Castella and Main streets.

In 1869 he married Elizabeth Campbell the daughter of Bradshaw Campbell and the following year he opened a business on the land he owned in Seville. Because his business was growing in 1877 he erected a large commodious shop. He was the Seville postmaster for 23 years and also the local electoral registrar. Prior to his death he handed the operation of the store to his sons. [Lilydale Express 29-10-1909 pg 2 and 3]
Death notice:
Hand – On the 16th October, at his late residence, Seville, John, beloved husband of Eliza Jane Hand, and loved father of H. A., C. L. and E. Hand. Aged 65 years. At rest. [Lilydale Express 22-10-1909]

Eliza Jane Hand

Biography:
Eliza Jane Hand was born in 1850at Lilydale and was the daughter of Bradshaw Campbell. They had seven children: Irwin b 1870; Henry b 1872; Arthur b 1874; Emma b 1876 Charles b 1878; Eliza Jane b 1883 m Samuel Couch; and Edith Mabel b 1888 m J. Pomeroy). [Wandin saga.blogspot.com.au]
Death Notice:
Hand – On the 8th November, passed peacefully away at 113 Willesmere Rd, Kew, Eliza Jane, relict of the late John Hand, Seville, loved mother of Arthur, Charles, Mrs Couch and Mrs P . . . (N.E.). (Interred privately on . . . November at Lilydale). Sadly missed by all.[The Argus 10-11-1926 pg 1]

References: Lilydale Express 22-10-1909 and 29-10-1909; The Argus 10-11-1926 p1; Wandin saga.blogspot.com.au; Seville, the vision and the reality, 1886-1986 by Trevor Jones; LDHS files.




Hand, Lydia, Urbane O. and Percival

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Lydia Hand

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
-
785 10-02-1896 Hand, Lydia 43
W2 96/97  -
1049/785 1044 28-03-1902 Hand, Urbane Oswald 9
W2 96/97  -
1044 1049 07-05-1902 Hand, Percival 12
W2 96/97  -
 
Inscription:
In / memory of / Lydia / beloved wife of / William Hand / died 10th Febr 1896 aged 43. / Also their children / Urbane Oswald / died 27th March 1903 aged 9 / Percival / died 5th May 1903 aged 11.

Links:
Image:
10385 (12-28)
Biography:
Lydia Hand was born on December 27, 1853 at Boroondara and was the daughter of Rowland Hill and Elizabeth Collins. On June 2, 1871 she married William Hand who was born at Prahran on October 27, 1841, the son of William Hand and Frances Wingate. [wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au]
Obituary:
We have to record the death of Mrs Hand, wife of Cr W. Hand, of Woori Yallock . . at Lilydale last Monday. [She] was suffering from typhoid and was detained at the residence of her brother, Mr W. T. Hill of Anderson St. Although suffering acutely her death came as a surprise to many and with her has passed away a good wife and loving mother held in the highest esteem . . [She] was also sister to Messrs F. and R. Hill of this town. The funeral took place on Tuesday at 4pm . . at Lilydale Cemetery. [She] leaves a large family . . The Rev. J. R. Anderson conducted the service at the grave and Mr G. A. Burton carried out mortuary arrangements. [Lilydale Express 14-02-1896]

Urbane Oswald Hand

Biography:
Urbane was the son of William and Lydia Hand and was born at Launching Place in 1892. [wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au]

Percival Hand

Biography:
Percival was the son of William and Lydia Hand and was born at Wandin Yallock in 1890. [wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au]

References: Lilydale Express 14-02-1896; wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au; LDHS Hand Family file.



Hand, Richard Morton, Ernest and Alfred

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Richard Morton Hand

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
-
84 16-10-1871 Hand, Richard Morton 60
W1 345/346  -
84 159 26-02-1877 Hand, Ernest Alfred 18mths
W1 345/346  -
159 594
15-11-1890 Hand, Alfred 54
W1 346
 -

Inscription:
To / the memory of / Alfred Hand / who died Novr 14th 1890 / aged 54 years.

Notes: 
Links: 10329 – Jeannie Bell Morton (nee Plain)
Image: 10332 (11-9)
Biography:
Richard Morton Hand, the son of Thomas Hand and Ann Morton, married Elizabeth King and with his family including Alfred, migrated to Australia on the Morning Light arriving Melbourne June 1862. Travelling with them were their children: Emma, Alfred, Margaret, Phoebe, Thomas, Robert and Richard. He died in 18971 aged 60 at Northcote. [PROV Shipping Records] Ernest Alfred Hand Alfred Hand Biography: Alfred was born at Flintham, Nottinghamshire on November 28, 1836. They had one child Elizabeth Georgina born at Lilydale in 1870. Elizabeth married Herbert Clarke in 1893 (BDM 6222). The Hand family arrived in Melbourne in 1862 on board the Morning Light and soon after went to Lilydale. At Lilydale Richard Hand selected the land now known as The Towers while Alfred headed to the Majorca (near Maryborough) goldfield. He returned and became a contractor for the shire. After some years he retired and devoted himself to viticulture developing Flintham Hill near Lilydale. In 1878 he opened a wine hall and in 1885 he sold the vineyard to A. Fulton. The Shire of Lillydale Rate Books list both Alfred and Jeannie as wine sellers. [BDM 6222; Gun Alley stories]
Death notices:
Hand – On the 15th November, at his residence Main St Lilydale, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian fortitude, Alfred, the beloved husband of Jenny Bell Hand, aged 54 years. Deeply regretted. After life's fitful fever he sleeps well. [Lilydale Express 22-11-1890] Hand – On the 15th November at his residence Main St Lilydale after years of suffering, Alfred, the beloved son-in-law of Mrs Plain sen. of Gibbs St Collingwood, aged 54 years . . [Lilydale Express 22-11-1890]
Obituary:
 . . . . We have to record the death of an old and respectable resident, Mr Alfred Hand . . [he] had been identified with the district for many years . . but was in ill health for the past few years . . suffering from rheumatics, suffering a relapse last week and dying. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon and was largely attended . . [Lilydale Express 19-11-1890]
Church notice:
Rev J. Green is to preach next Sabbath evening in the Methodist Church Castella St on the immortality of the soul . . reference will be made to the affliction and death of the late, much esteemed, Alfred Hand. [Lilydale Express 29-11-1890]

References: Lilydale Express 19-11-1890, 22-11-1890, 29-11-1890; Gun Alley Stories; BDM 6222.


 

Hand, Thomas and Eliza

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Thomas Hand

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
405 466 03-05-1888 Hand, Thomas
49
B1 189
 -
666 1685 23-07-1918 Hand, Eliza 86
B1
189
Re-sunk to 7ft

Inscription:
In loving memory / of / Thomas Hand / 25 years shire engineer at Lilydale / died May 2, 1888 / aged 50 / The memory of the just is blessed / Only goodnight beloved not farewell / A little while and all his saints shall dwell / in hallowed union, indivisible goodnight. / Also Eliza / beloved wife of above / who died 23 July 1918, aged 86 years.

Notes: We think the previous Number on the Burial Register for Eliza should be 466 not 666
Links: See Henry Hand 10270; John Hand No. 10271; Emma Hand No 10274;
Image No: 10273 (9-22)
Biography:
Thomas Hand was born in England in 1839 and arrived Australia with his parents in 1841. Thomas was the brother of Henry and John. In 1862 he married Eliza Erith 1862, the same year he was appointed secretary-surveyor to Upper Yarra District Road Board. With the creation of the Shire of Lillydale in 1872, he was appointed its engineer. He lived in Cave Hill Rd before purchasing The Briars on Maroondah Highway in 1873. In 1870, he selected 23 acres on top of Mt Kalorama and built slab and bark house.

He selected additional land in 1874 making his holdings an area of 306 acres. To improve access he built Inverness Road at his own expense and completed his family home 'Mountain Grange' in 1881. [see various references below]
Obituary:
Death of the shire engineer Quite a gloom was cast over the district on Thursday when it became known that the dead body of Mr Thomas Hand had been found on the South Wandin Road early that morning. . . It appears that on the previous evening a horse with saddle and bridle came in to Dawborn, Morey & Co’s stable shortly after Mr Hand had left the township for home, but this excited no comment at the time, s the horse does not appear to have been recognised. Early on Thursday morning a carter on his way to Melbourne left word that the body was on the road, and the police were at once informed and arrangements made for an inquiry, the body being removed meanwhile to Wynfield, the residence of Mr Henry Hand, deceased’s brother. . .

The late Mr Hand was one of a numerous family, and was a native of Crockwell-Butler, Nottinghamshire, England. He leaves a widow and eight children, one of whom is Mrs J.S. Hooper, of Lilydale and another clerk of works under the Council. [Lilydale Express 05-05-1888] Inquiry: Mr Ladilaw J.P. held an inquiry into Thomas Hand’s death at Wynfield. He heard evidence from various people including Dr Henderson told the inquiry in his opinion Mr Hand died of effusion of blood on the brain or apoplexy. [Lilydale Express 05-05-1888]

Eliza Hand

Biography:
Eliza Erith was the daughter of William Erith and Harriet Wilson.
Death notice:
Hand – On the 23rd July, at her residence, Mount Dandenong, Eliza, relict of the late Thomas Hand, and beloved mother of Eva (Mrs Walker), William, Eliza (Mrs E. Jeeves), Kate (Mrs Woolrich), Florrie, and Mabel (Mrs Badenhope). In her 87th year. [The Argus 25-07-1918 pg 1]

References: The Argus 25-07-1918; Lilydale Express 05-05-1888; Ballads from the Dandenongs by Jack Lundy-Clarke; wandinsagablogspot.com.au; Shire of Lillydale past and present, 1837-1923 by James Rouget; Tour of Lilydale Cemetery Vol 3.




Hand, Thomas


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Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
-
291
29-04-1882 Hand, Thomas 41
W1 343/344  -
 
Inscription:
Erected / by / Christina Hand / to the memory of / her beloved husband / Thomas Hand / who died April 27th 1882 / aged 41 years. / So loved so mourned.

Links:
Image:
10330 (11-7)
Biography:
Thomas Hand was born c1840 in Nottinghamshire, the son of Richard Morton Hand and Elizabeth King. He emigrated to Victoria aged 20, unassisted on the Morning Light arriving in Melbourne in June 1862. In 1868 he married Christina Brown. [wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au]

References: wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au



Hardidge, Samuel and Amelia

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Samuel Hardidge

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
4566 2213 02-05-1928 Hardidge Samuel 68
CE2 216 -
2213 4566 11-09-1951 Hardidge Amelia 87
CE2 216 -

Inscription:
In/ loving memory of / our dear father / Samuel Hardidge / died 2nd May 1928 aged 68 years. / also our dear mother / Amelia / died 9th Sept 1951 aged 87 years.

Links:
Image:
10096 (3-21)
Biography:
Samuel was the son of Samuel Hardidge who came from Somerset in England and settled in Doncaster with his wife and three children. The family moved to Croydon where three more children were born including Samuel who was the only surviving son. He was a councillor of the Shire of Lillydale from 1916 to 1918. [A History of Croydon Vol 1 pg45 and Prosperity and Progress pg 42]
Obituary:
Regret was widespread in Croydon when it was announced that Mr Samuel Hardidge’s extended period of ill-health had come to an end...Deceased who was 68 years of age, was a very old resident of Croydon, and had taken an active interest in practically every movement that would help towards its progress. For a brief term he represented the South-western riding in the Lillydale Shire Council, and amongst other activities he devoted considerable energy towards the advancement and improvement of the surroundings of the Croydon State School. The sympathy of residents go out t the widow and 12 children (eights daughters and four sons), all of whom are held in the highest respect. [Lilydale Express 04-05-1928]

Amelia Hardidge

Biography:
Amelia Hardidge (nee Bilcock) was born in Lonsdale St, Melbourne in 1864. She was the daughter of David Bilcock who arrived in Australia from Biggleswade, England and married Mary Long, daughter of a sea captain. He took up land in Croydon in 1881 and established the town’s first store. Their children were: Polly (Mrs Maggs), Alice (Mrs Exell), May (Mrs Bartlett), Beatrice (Mrs Thomson), Alma (Mrs Grave), David, William, Ruby (Mrs Morris), Frederick, Grace (Mrs La Fontaine), Fanny (Mrs Brown) and Alfred. [History of Croydon, Vol 1 pg 45 and History of Croydon Volume 2 pg 75 and The Argus 11-09-1951]

References: Lilydale Express 04-05-1928; A History of Croydon Vol 1, Muriel McGivern; A History of Croydon Volume 2 pg 75; The Argus 11-09-1951; Prosperity and Progress (1889-1989) The History of the former Lillydale Shire Offices, Sue Thompson.


Hardridge, William, Eliza and Samuel

Goodwin, Walter William

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William Hardridge

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
731 284 28-02-1882 Hardridge, W’m 16
CE2 9/10 -
840/284 731 13-07-1894 Goodwin, Walter William 4 days
CE2 9/10 -
1013 840 16-09-1897 Goodwin, [stillborn] -
CE2 9/10 -
1386/840 1013 26-07-1901 Hardridge, Eliza 73 CE2 9/10 -
1013 1386 23-03-1912 Hardridge, Samuel 86 CE2 9/10 -
Inscription:
In / loving memory / of / our dear brother / William Hardridge / who died Feb. 26, 1882, aged 16 years. / Also our dear mother / Eliza Hardridge / who died 26 July, 1901 aged 73 years. / And our dear father / Samuel Hardridge / who died March 22, 1912 aged 86 years. / Also the dear grand-children of the above / W. & E. Goodwin

Links:
Image:
10069 (1-31)
Biography:
William Hardridge was killed during the construction of the Croydon-Lilydale railway line. [History of Croydon pg 45]

Walter William Goodwin

No information.

Eliza Hardridge

Biography:
Eliza was the wife of Samuel Hardridge.

Samuel Hardridge

Biography:
Samuel came from Somerset England; he lived with his wife and three children in Bulleen Road, Doncaster and later came to Croydon where three more children were born. The six were Mary, Emily, Sarah (married Thomas Knee), Samuel (married Amelia Bilcock), Amelia (married Samuel Goodwin and Harry Lacey) and William [see above]. The Hardridge land grant was taken up in 1881. It comprised the triangle bordered by Kent Ave, Croydon Rd and Whitehorse Rd, Croydon, excepting 25 acres taken up by E.A. Looby in 1877. The Hardridge land comprised 101 acres. An orchard was planted and the home site was the present Barina Cres. His Will directed that his 5 living children receive a life interest in the property. [History of Croydon pgs 45 and 46] References: History of Croydon, Volume 1, Muriel McGivern.

Harman, Ernest Alfred Jack, Georgina and Donald Clive

Davey, Lily

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Ernest Alfred Harman

Burial Register Details:

Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
218 40 16-11-1868 Harman, Ernest Alfred 10 mths CE1 35/36 -
554/40 218 02-03-1878 Jacks, Georgina 5 mths CE1 35/36 -
218 554 07-10-1889 Davey, Lily -
CE1 35/36 -
40 777 14-12-1895 Jacks, Donald Clive 15 mths CE1 35/36 -

Inscription:
In / loving remembrance / of / Lily / dearly beloved wife of / Herbert E. Davey / who died Oct. 6th 1889, aged 23 years. /Also her brother / Ernest / only son of R. and A. Harman / died Nov. 15th 1868, aged 10 mths. / Also the dearly beloved children of / W. and H. Jack / Georgina / died 28th Feb. 1878, aged 5 months. / And / Donald / died 13th Dec. 1875, aged 15 months.

Notes: Burial Register transcript spelling of Jacks differs from headstone.
Links:
Image:
10041 (2-3)

Biography:

Ernest Harman was born at Lilydale in 1868.

Georgina Jack

Biography:
Georgina Harriet Howe Jack b. 1878, Collingwood, the daughter of William John Jack and Harriet Harman.

Lily Davey

Biography:
Lily Davey was born in 1865 at Lilydale, the daughter of Robert Harman and Mary Ann Williams. She married Herbert Edwin Davey. Her elder sister Harriet married William John Jack. Two of their young children are also interred in this grave.

Donald Jack

Biography:
Donald Jack was born at Essendon in 1894 and died at Wandin Yallock in 1895. He was the son of Arnold McDonald Jack and Alice Maud Williams.

References: http://silvanpioneers.blogspot.com.au


Harvey, Robert

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Burial Register Details:
 
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
-
613 25-05-1891 Harvey, Robert 32 P1
42
-

Inscription:
In / loving memory / of / Robert Harvey / who died May 24th 1891 / aged 32 years.

Notes:
Links:
Image:
10156 (5-33)
Biography:
Robert Harvey, farmer, first in rate books 1888, owner being Albert George Brooke, 88 acres, Gruyere. In 1891 Robert Harvey, Leasehold, 88 & I1 acres, Gruyere, now in name of Mary Harvey. 1892 the Colonial Bank now named for these two properties. “Islay” probably the 88 acre property. The property's net annual value was £36.0.0.
Obituary:
The funeral of Robert Harvey left his residence “Islay” Gruyere for the Lilydale Cemetery with about 25 vehicles and a large number of horsemen joining. Passing through the township the inhabitants showed every respect. Rev A. Mackie unable to read burial service, but Rev J. Westacott, Methodist minister performed last rites at grave. Amongst those that followed the remains were Messrs R. Black, JP, J. Lithgow, JP, W. Laidlaw, JP, W.A. Goodall, R. Cahill and Dr. Kilpatrick. [Lilydale Express 30-05-1891]

References: Shire of Lilydale Rate Books 1888 to 1892; Lilydale Express, 30-05-1891.


Hatswell, Margaret and Thomas

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Margaret Hatswell

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1638 1394 30-06-1912 Hatswell, Margaret 51
P2 121 -
1394 1638 24-07-1917 Hatswell, Thomas 54 P2 121 -

Inscription:
In loving memory of / my dear wife / Margaret Hatswell / died 29th June 1912 / aged 51 years.

Links:
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Thomas Hatswell

No information.


Hatswell, Walter

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Burial Register Details:
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Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
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1054 03-07-1902 Hatswell, Walter 20
P1
142
-

Inscription:
Erected / to the memory of / Walter Hatswell / who died at Queenscliff / on 2nd July 1902 aged 20 years 3 months.

Links:
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Death notice:
Queenscliff: Gunner Walter Hatswell of the V. R. A. died yesterday at the military hospital. The deceased was only connected with the regiment three or four months, and had been in indifferent health during nearly the whole of that time. The corpse will be conveyed to Lilydale, in which district his parents reside, and where the deceased will be buried, with military honours. [Geelong Advertiser 04-07-1902]

References: Geelong Advertiser 04-07-1902.



Hellicar, Nellie

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Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
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1295 27-08-1909 Hillican, Eden 30
P2
49/50 -

Inscription:
In / loving memory / of / Nellie / beloved wife of / Frederic A. Hellicar / died at Melbourne / 26th Aug 1909 / aged 30

Notes: Burial Register shows Hillican headstone Hellicar.
Links:
Image:
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No information.




Henderson, William, and Mary Ann Judith

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William Henderson

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
4104 1015 29-05-1901 Henderson, William 48
W2 131/132  -
1015 4104 27-03-1944 Henderson, Mary Ann 88
W2 131/132  -

Inscription:
In / loving remembrance / of / William Henderson / the beloved husband of / M.A.J. Henderson / of 'Belle Vue' Wandin / born in Northumberland / June 20th 1853 / died July 29th 1901. / He giveth his beloved rest. / Also / Mary Ann Judith / wife of above / passed away 27.3.44, aged 85.

Notes:
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Biography:
William was born at Northumberland on 20-06-1853, the eldest son of William and Charlotte Henderson. The family arrive in Melbourne about 1859 when William was six years old. The family settled firstly Yering before selecting 80 acres in Victoria Rd. After the death of his father in 1880, William took over the property. [Wandin Its Origins and Early Development]

Mary Ann Judith Henderson

Biography:
Mary Ann Judith Henderson was one of the oldest pioneers of the district. She was born on June 7, 1858, the second daughter of Henry and Martha (Rihoy) Sebire of 'Mont de Lancy' Wandin The family at Wandin Yallock on June 23 1867. Mary Ann lived in the district for nearly 77 years and a member of the Wandin Yallock Methodist Church since its inception in 1868. She married William Henderson in 1884. She passed away at her residence 'Belle Vue' Wandin North on Monday, in her 86th year, 43 years after the death of her husband. She is survived by a family respected and well known throughout the district – Henry, Frank and Arthur and is the grandmother of Mavis, Mrs Riseborough, Ronald and Iris. [Lilydale Express 31-03-1944]
Death notice:
Henderson – On March 27th at her residence 'Belle Vue' Wandin North, Mary Ann Judith, wife of the late William Henderson, loving mother of Henry, Frank and Arthur and mother-in-law of Dora, Alma and Nette, in her 86th year. Peacefully sleeping. [Lilydale Express 31-03-1944]

References: Lilydale Express 31-03-1944; Wandin Its Origins and Early Development by Annette and Neville Lord.



Henty, Sarah Frances

Bermingham, James Richard and Elizabeth

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James Richard Bermingham

Burial Register Details:

Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
2915 2902 10-07-1939 Birmingham, James Richard 76 RC1 149/150 -
2902 2915 12-09-1939 Henty, Sara Frances 78
RC1 149/151-152 -
Inscription:

In sacred memory / John Richard Bermingham / died 9th July 1939. / Also his beloved wife / Elizabeth / died 16th Dec. 1920 / at Prahran. / Sarah Henty / beloved wife of the late / William / died 11th Sept. 1939 at Croydon. / God's good woman.

Notes: No Burial register details for Elizabeth Bermingham – not buried at Lilydale. Spelling of surname and Christian names in Burial Register differs from that on headstone.

Links: Also listed under Bermingham.

Image: 10220 (8-5)

No information.

Elizabeth Bermingham

No information.

Sarah Henty

No information.



Henty, William


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Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
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2132 03-10-1926 Henty, William 72
CE1 204 -
Inscription:
Sacred to the memory of / my dear husband / William Henty / son of Hon. S. G. and Jane Henty / died at Croydon 2nd October 1926. / God rest his soul.

Links: see Sarah Henty 10220 for details of William’s wife.
Image:
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Biography:
About 1908 William Henty set up an estate agency in Croydon having purchased a house in Oxford Rd in 1904, naming it Portland Place. He was joined in business by his wife’s brother Robert O’Hara Brmingham. The business traded as Henty and Co and sold land on the subdivided old orchards and farms. [A History of Croydon A Second Volume, Murial McGivern pg 194-95]

William Henty was the third son of Hon Stephen George Henty, one of the four Henty brothers who settled in Portland. S.G. Henty was elected to Upper House of the Victorian Parliament representing the Western Province in 1850, was re-elected in 1860 and retired in 1870 due to failing health. He died in December 1872. [Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser, 30-12-1872]
Death Notice:
Henty – On the 2nd October, at his residence, Portland place, Croydon, William Henty, third son of the later Honourable S.G. Henty, aged 72 years. [The Argus 04-10-1926]

Obituary:
Mr William Henty, third son of the late Mr S.G. Henty, died at Portland Place, Croydon, on Saturday, at the aged of 72 years. Deceased was born at Findon, Kew, and was educated at the Melbourne Grammar School and Hamilton and Western District College. In his early days he resided with his mother at Tarrangton station, and he was well known as a footballer and athlete. He married Miss Sara Frances Bermingham, daughter of the late Captain Bermingham. Mr Henty’s father was one of the four pioneer brothers who settled in Portland in 1832, his father being the first white man to stand on the shore of the famous Blue Lake, Mount Gambier. [Portland Guardian 07- 10-1926]

References: Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser, 30-12-1872; The Argus 04-10-1926; Portland Guardian 07-10-1926. A History of Croydon A Second Volume, Murial McGivern pg 194-95.



Herbert, James and Elizabeth

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James Herbert

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
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1785 23-04-1920 Herbert, James 79
W2 30
 -
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1914 22-06-1921 Herbert, Elizabeth 74
W2 30
 -

Inscription:
In / memory of / James Herbert / died at Wandin / April 22, 1920 / aged 79 years. / Also his wife / Elizabeth / died June 20, 1921 / aged 74 years.
Links:
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No information.

Elizabeth Herbert

No information.


Hewish, James, Emily, Janet and Thomas Oliver

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James Hewish

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
4163/4184/9577 1695 07-09-1918 Hewish, James 70
B1 1/2  -
4184/1695 4163 01-06-1945 Hewish, Janet 56
B1 1/2  -
4163/1695 4184 Hewish, Emily 89

B1 1/2 Full
1695 11-09-1945 9577 Hewish, Thomas Oliver 98
B1 1/2 Mrs D. Hewish 9 Devon St Croydon

Inscription:
In loving memory of / James Hewish / died 4th Sep. 1918 / aged 70 years. / Also his beloved wife / Emily / died 10th Sept. 1945 / aged 88 years.

Notes:
Links:
Image No:
10284 (9-33)
Biography:
James Hewish, who was the fifth son of James and Maria Hewish of Cheriton Fitzpaine in Devon, England, was born on 01-08-1848. He arrived in Australia in 1841. From the mid-1880s Croydon started to develop. He took up virgin land at Mooroolbark. In 1881 he noticed the station property being pegged out for Croydon and was deeply interested. He moved to Croydon in 1885, three years after the railway arrived. . . Hewish Rd is named after the family.

He built his home and several other business ventures, including a general store, news agency, butchers shop and hotel, and planted various orchard trees. The Post Office opened on 1 December 1883 after the railway line was established. Nelson's Hill Post Office opened nearby in 1902 and was renamed Burnt Bridge in 1979. James Hewish was patron of Croydon Cricket Club, and a first class orchardist, his garden became well known, with people travelling from Melbourne especially to see it. He was president of Ringwood and District Horticultural Society's first show in 1897.The Hewish Estate, with west frontage to Main St, was subdivided in 1914 and this was where the Hewish orchard was located. The family’s orchard was featured in a substantial article publish in the Australasian in 1909. [The History of Croydon pps 52, 179 and 275; Alaine Hall (nee Hewish) The Australasian 13-02-1909 pg9]
Obituary:
The many friends and acquaintances of Mr J. Hewish unite in their sympathy for Mrs Hewish and relatives. Mr Hewish passed away a week ago, after a good deal of suffering extending over a couple of months. His connection with Croydon has been practically from the earliest of settlement. [Lilydale Express 13-09-1918]
Death Notice:
Hewish - On the 4th September, at his residence, Main road, Croydon, James, the dearly beloved husband of Emily Hewish, and dearly loved father of Emma (Mrs. Evans, of Alberton), and Oliver (Mr. T. O. Hewish, aged 70 years. "Peace, perfect peace." [Alaine Hall (nee Hewish)]

Janet Hewish

Death Notices:
Hewish-On June. 1. Janet, loved wife of Thomas Oliver, beloved mother of Dorothy and Marjorie (Mrs. Campbell), and loving nanna of Heather. -A wonderful mother at rest. [The Argus, 04-06-1945]

Hewish-On June 1, Janet. second eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. Turner, of Kilsyth, loved sister of Thomas, Sarah (deceased). Catherine (deceased).Joshua, Rose (Mrs. Ball) Alec, Dorothy (deceased). Bessie (Mrs. Gill). (Inserted by her loving sisters and brothers.) [The Argus, 04-06-1945]

Hewish.-On June 1. Janey, loved sister and sister-in-law of Bess and Reg and aunty of Gwen and Keith. Hewish, Janet, —In loving memory of my dear mother-in-law, who passed away on June 1. - Sadly missed. (Inserted by David.) [The Argus, 04-06-1945]

Emily Hewish

Biography:
Emily Hewish (nee Houghton) was born in 1857 and married James in 1876. [Alaine Hall (nee Hewish)]
Death notice:
Hewish – On September 10, Emily Hewish, of Mount View St, Croydon, widow of James Hewish, and loved mother of Emma (Mrs Evans, Sandringham), and Oliver, dearly loved grandma of Hilda (Mrs M. Pout), Phil Evans, Mollie (Mrs Wardle), in her 89th year. Peace perfect peace. (Privately interred, Lilydale) [The Argus 14-09-1945 pg 2]

Thomas Oliver Hewish

Biography:
Thomas, referred to as Oliver, managed the Hewish family orchard. The Australasian reported he worked in a way that indicated he had great knowledge about fruitgrowing. The family were growing a variety of apples and exporting some back home. The orchard was 10 acres, six of which had fruit-bearing trees and the remainder was planted with younger trees and growing vegetables. The orchard was started in 1898. The varieties of apples grown are Jonathan, Rome Beauty, Five Crown and Rokewood. Mainly Jonathons were exported to London. In 1911 the local newspaper reported that Oliver was going to establish a business as a general storekeeper and timber merchant. [The Australasian 13-02-1909 pg 9 and Healesville Guardian 13-10-1911]

References: Lilydale Express 13-9-1918; The Argus 04-06-1945 and 14-9-1945; History of Croydon by Muriel McGivern; The Australasian 13-02-1909; Healesville Guardian 13-10-1911;Alaine Hall (nee Hewish);  http://coccinella-ladybug.blogspot.com.au/search?q="Cheriton+Fitzpaine



Higgs, Flora Ann

Gifford, Abram and Emily

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Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
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615 03-06-1891 Gifford, Abram 64
P2 25 -
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2745 01-09-1936 Gifford, Emily 70
P2 25 -
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6270 15-08-1962 Higgs, Flora Ann -
P2 25 -
Inscription:
n loving memory of / Abram Gifford / died 1st July 1891 aged 64 years. / And his loved daughter / Emily / died 1st Sept 1936 aged 70 years. / Also / Flora Higgs / died 13th Aug. 1962 aged 88 years

Links: Also listed under Gifford.
Image:
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Death notice:
Gifford – On the 30th June, at his residence, Warburton, after a long illness, Abram, beloved husband of Catherine Gifford, aged 64 years. Deeply regretted. [Lilydale Express, 17-07-1891]

Emily Gifford

Death notice:
Gifford – On the 1st September, at the residence of her sister (Mrs A. Johnston) Brunswick, Emily, loving daughter of the late Abram and Catherine Gifford, of Warburton. [The Argus 02-09- 1936]
Funeral notice:
Gifford – The friends of Miss Emily Gifford are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred in the Lilydale Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to arrive at the cemetery gates Tomorrow Thursday at 12.15. Burton Bros., Undertakers, Main Street, Lilydale. Ph 11. [The Argus 02-09-1936]

Flora Ann Higgs

No Information.

References: Lilydale Express, 17-07-1891; The Argus 02-09-1936.



Hill, Andrew, Edward Thomas, Thomas, Isabella Harriet

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Andrew Hill

Burial Register Details:

Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
602 480 12-07-1888 Hill, Andrew 11
CE1 457/458 -
480 602 15-01-1891 Hill, Edward Thomas 24
CE1 457/458 -
2164 753 15-04-1895 Hill, Thomas 62
CE1 457/458 -
753 2164 29-06-1927 Hill, Isobel Harriett 82 CE1 457 -

Inscription:
Thomas & Isabella Hill / in affectionate remembrances of / their dear son / Andrew / who died July 12 1888, aged 11 years. / Edward Thomas Hill / who was drowned at Lake Elizabeth, Kerang / on 13th Janry 1891 aged 24 years. / Thomas the dearly beloved husband of / Isabella Harriet Hill / who died 14th April 1895 in his 63rd year. / Also Isabella Hill / wife of the above / died 29th June 1927 aged 80 years

Notes
: Register transcript differs to headstone for spelling of Isabella and of Harriet. Register transcript differs to headstone for age of Isabella.
Links:
Image:
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Death Notice:
Hill – On the 12th inst. At the residence of his uncle, The Oaks, Lilydale of heart disease, Andrew the fourth son of Thomas and Isabella Hill, of Gruyere, aged 11years and 9 months. “Gone, but not forgotten.” [Lilydale Express 18-07-18888]

Edward Thomas Hill

Obituary:
Sad death by drowning...death of the eldest son of an old and respected resident of Lilydale shire....Edward Hill, eldest son of Mr T. Hill of Gruyere, drowned in Lake Elizabeth near Kerang....He was 21 and served his apprenticeship in the butchering trade with Mr Hand of Wandin...He ventured out on the lake to shoot game and was not seen afterwards....His parents reside on the Healesville Rd near the Yarra Bridge.....the remains were brought to Lilydale by train....the funeral took place at Poyner's buildings....[Lilydale Express 17-01-1891]

Thomas Hill

Obituary:
Thomas Hill born London in 1832, reached Victoria in 1845. His first work was carting to the diggings for Messrs Brice and Watson.....He moved to this district and resumed carting at South Wandin Sawmills for Mr Swift, before Lilydale was a township.....He managed a hay and corn store at Marysville for J. Kerr and R. Black of Coldstream.....In 1872 he came to Gruyere farming and dairying near the Yarra [Hill Rd] on the Healesville Rd....Member of Wandin school board of advice, shire valuator, shire auditor and member of the Lilydale Rechabite Tent for 21 years......He leaves a wife and five children....[Lilydale Express 03-05-1895]

Isabella Hill

Biography:
Isabella Harriet Paul, the younger daughter of Andrew Paul of Mooroolbark married Thomas on December 13, 1865 at Hawthorn. Soon afterwards the couple moved to Marysville. [From Thomas Hill’s obituary, Lilydale Express 03-05-1895]
References: Lilydale Express 18-07-1888, 17-01-1891, 03-05- 1895; As it Happened Vol. 1, p35 and 155-156.



Hill, Hannah, Alfred John, William Thomas and Sarah Ann

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Hannah Hill

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
501 119 20-04-1875 Hill, Hannah 18
CE1 33/34 -
2216/119 501 06-12-1888 Hill, Alfred John 2
CE1 33/34 -
119/501 2216 25-05-1928 Hill, Wm Thomas 76
CE1 33
-
2216 1778A 19-03-1937 Hill, Sarah Ann 73 CE1 34 -

Inscription:
In memory of / William T. Hill / died 20.5.1928, aged 78. / Alf J. Hill / died 5.12.1888, aged 2 yrs. / Sarah A. Hill / wife of above / died 19.3.1937, aged 73.

Note: Sarah Ann Hill’s entry is out of numeric order and is on pg 8 of the H section of the Burial Register.
Links:
Image:
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Biography:
Hannah Hill, was the daughter of Bradshaw Campbell of Mooroolbark and was born there in 1857. Hannah 17 when she married William (Bill) Hill about 1874. Sadly, Hannah (also known as Emma) died shortly after the birth of their only child Elizabeth Jane b December 1874. [wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au; John and Naomi Hill, pioneers in Australia from 1841, pp 206-209]

Alfred John Hill

Biography:
Alfred was the eldest child of William and Sarah Ann Johnston.

William Thomas Hill

Biography:
Known as Bill, William was born at Lilydale in August 1851, the second child of Rowland Hill and Elizabeth Collins. After his father’s death Bill although only seven helped around the farm At 17 he joined other local Methodists in founding the Lilydale Tent of the Independent order of Rechabites and at the time of his death, was the oldest member of that Tent. At about 22 he married Hannah Campbell who died in 1875.
Ten years later he married Sarah Ann Johnston from Lilydale. Although he owned 10 acres at Cooring Yering he purchased a home in Anderson St, Lilydale where the family lived. About 1903 he joined Lilydale Shire as range or nuisance inspector and became widely known as Veterinary Bill because of his expertise with sick animals. [John and Naomi Hill, pioneers in Australia from 1841, pp 206-209]
Obituary:
Mr W. T. Hill passes. The death occurred on Sunday of Mr William Thomas Hill at his residence 'Carlowrie', Anderson St, Lilydale. Deceased who was 76 was one of the oldest residents of the district and until about 3 years ago was on the staff of the Lillydale Shire Council. About 12 months ago he became ill, and before the end came he was confined to his room for...six weeks...He was the oldest member of the Lilydale Tent I.O.R... He leaves a wife and one daughter (Mrs E. Smith) to mourn their loss. The funeral was followed to Lilydale cemetery by a large number of sorrowing relatives and friends. [Lilydale Express 25-05-1928]

Sarah Ann Hill

Biography:
Sarah Ann was the second wife of William Thomas Hill. Sarah Ann Johnson was born at St Hubert’s, Yering in 1863, the daughter of George Johnston of Wandin Yallock. In 1885 she married Bill Hill in 1855. They had two children Alfred John b 1886 and Olive Eliza b 1891. [wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au; John and Naomi Hill, pioneers in Australia from 1841, pp 206-209]
Wills and estates:
Sarah Ann Hill, widow of Herbert St, Parkdale, who died on March 19th left by will dated August 21 1934 real estate of a gross value of 1130 pounds and personal property of a value of 2270 pounds to a daughter, subject to gifts to grandchildren. [John and Naomi Hill, pioneers in Australia from 1841, pg 209]

References: Lilydale Express 25-05-1928; The Argus 28-04-1937 p14; John and Naomi Hill, pioneers in Australia from 1841, by Ronald H. Hill; wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au



Hill, William, Roland J., Jane and Frank

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William Hill

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
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1144 28-01-1905 Hill, William 5 wks
W2 19/20  -
4901 2796 30-07-1937 Hill, Roland J. 76
W2 19/20
2796 4901 05-05-1956 Hill, Jane 85
W2 19/20 Not used
1144/2796/4901 6374 06-09-1963 Hill, Frank 54
W2 19
 -

Inscription:
In / memory of / Roland Hill / died 30.7.1937 age 76 yrs. / Also his beloved wife / Jane / died 3.5.1956 age 85 yrs. / William / died 28.1.1905 age 5 weeks. / Frank / died 4.9.1963 age 54 yrs.

Notes:
Links:
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Obituary:
Mr and Mrs Roland Hill sustained a sad bereavement last week, in the death, on Friday, of their five weeks old daughter (should have been son). The little one had been ailing almost from its birth. [Lilydale Express 03-02-1905]

Roland J. Hill

Biography:
Rowland Hill was born in 1861 at Yering, the son of Rowland and Elizabeth (Collins) Hill. He married Jane Whitefrom Doncaster in 1893 first living at nearby 'Mimosa' before settling on their portion of the former 'Cooring Yering' property where he lived and worked for four decades. They suffered a great loss in 1916 when fire destroyed much of their dairying property . . [Lilydale Cemetery Tours Vol. 2 p20]
Obituary:
Mr R. Hill. - Connected with Lilydale from the very earliest days Mr Roland Hill whose death occurred Friday last is another pioneer [to pass away]%u2026He was a native of the district having been born at Bowie orchard, Nelson Rd Lilydale 76 years ago, on land his parents had selected. . he became a dairy farmer . . He was a foundation member of both the Masonic and Rechabite Lodges. . . The burial at Lilydale cemetery was attended by upwards of 100 mourners. Rev McMee conducted the service. . . He is survived by his widow and 7 children – Daisy, Rowley, Edward, Elsie, Clyde, Frank and Arthur. . . [A long time friend writes] 'Zoe' as Rowland was sometimes called was a great all round athlete . . a competent cricketer . . referred to as a 'freak bowler' owing to his peculiar action of running sideways to the wicket, presenting his back to the batsman when delivering the ball . . he was a prize winning orchardist and a valued judge of dairy cattle . . [Lilydale Express 06-08-1937 and John and Naomi Hill, pioneers in Australia from 1841 pg178]

Jane Hill

Biography:
Jane was the daughter of Henry White and Elizabeth Raney. [wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au]

Frank Hill

Death notice:
Hill – On September 4th (suddenly) at his residence 'Henley', Lilydale, Frank, son of the late Roland and Jane Hill, loved brother of Daisy (Mrs Minday), Roland [jun.], Elsie (Mrs Zerbe), Edward, William (dec.), Dorothy (Mrs Aumann), Clive and Arthur. [Lilydale Express 06-09-1963 pg4]
Funeral notice:
The funeral of the late Frank Hill will leave the Presbyterian Church, Anderson St, Lilydale for Lilydale Cemetery, after a service commencing at 11am, Friday, September 6tth . . [Lilydale Express 06-09-1963 pg4]
In Memoriam:
Hill - In memory of our late member, Frank, respected by all. Lilydale Rifle Club. [Lilydale Express 06-09-1963 pg4]

References:
Lilydale cemetery tours Vol. 2; wandinsaga.blogspot.com.au; John and Naomi Hill, pioneers in Australia from 1841 by Ronald H. Hill; Lilydale Express 06-09-1963 and 03-02-1905; LDHS files.



Hodson, Frances, George and Henry

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Frances Hodson

Burial Register details:

Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
487 476 02-07-1888 Hodson, Frances 39
CE1 19/20 -
476 487 31-08-1888 Hodson, George 44
CE1 19/20 -
487
10-12-1888 Hodson, Henry 6m
CE1 19/20 -
 
Inscription:
In loving memory / of / George Hodson / who died August 30th 1888, aged 44 years. / Also / Sarah Frances Hodson / beloved wife of the above / who died June 30th 1888, aged 39 years. / Also / their beloved son / Henry Hodson / who died December 16th 1888, aged 6
Links:
Image No: 10013 (1-13)
Obituary:
Mrs George Hodson....Breathed her last on Saturday...The deceased lady was 39 years of age and leaves a family of nine children.....the funeral took place yesterday afternoon....a very large number attended....The Rev. Burke remarked on the large number of deaths that had taken place in the district of late....[Lilydale Express 04-07-1888]

George Hodson

Biography:
George Hodson who was born in London, went to New Zealand about 1865. He landed in Auckland where he stayed for six year working in surveying during the time of the Maori war. He then went to Sydney where he conducted a hotel for three years after which he went on a trip in the ship John Wesley, which was wrecked off Tongataboo. He was picked up by a barque and carried to Sydney. He then came to Melbourne and again operated as hotel keeper there in other parts of Victoria, finally he settled down in Lilydale and purchased the hotel from Mr D. Lithgow who had owned it for 23 years. [Victoria and Its Metropolis Past and Present pg 410]

By December 31, 1885 George Hodson had taken over the Lilydale Hotel from David Lithgow. [Shire of Lillydale Ratebooks 1886 pg6 reg no.126] The family remained for about 2 years as by 31st December 1887, George Hodson has sold the hotel to one Federick N. May [Shire of Lillydale ratebooks 1888 pg 66 Reg 142]
Death notice:
Hodson – On 30th August at Lilydale, George Hodson, aged 44 years. [Lilydale Express 01-09-1888]
Obituary:
The many friends of Mr George Hodson, until recently landlord of the Lilydale Hotel, will regret to hear of his death on Thursday at his residence Harker St. It is just 2 months since the death of Mrs Hodson...a numerous family chiefly of young girls are left to battle with the world.....He was an ardent Mason and a director of the Lilydale Gas Company. [Lilydale Express 01-09-1888]

Henry Hodson

Biography:
Henry was the young son of Frances and George Hodson.
Obituary:
Hodson – On December 10th, at Enderley, Lilydale, Henry, youngest son of the late G. Hodson, and dearly beloved adopted child of J.H. and A. Stokes; aged 6 months. [Lilydale Express 12-12-1888 pg2]

References: Lilydale Express 04-07-1888, 01-09-188, 12-12-1888; LHS file: Lilydale Hotels; Victoria and Its Metropolis Past and Present pg 410; Shire of Lillydale Ratebooks 1886 and 1888.




Hogg, George Henry, Ian Robert

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George Henry Hogg

Burial Register Details:

Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
4443 2683 19-09-1935 Hogg, George Henry 38
W1 198  -
2683 4443 05-01-1950 Hogg, Ian Robert 36
W1 198  -
 
Inscription:
In loving memory / of / George H. Hogg / born 27th Jan 1897 / died 19th Sept 1935. / Also his son / Robert Ian Hogg / born 6th July 1924 / died 4th Jan 1950.

Notes: * Discrepancy in age of George H. in Lilydale Express article.
Links:
Image:
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Obituary:
Fatality at Marysville . . everyone in the Lilydale and Wandin districts were shocked to learn of the tragic death of George H. Hogg, 45, of Don Rd Marysville, formerly a prominent resident of Wandin . . after his severe injuries an ambulance was called for Melbourne, covering the 126 miles there and back in three and a half hours in wet conditions, to no avail as he died before the hospital was reached. Before being given over to the ambulance he was carried a mile and half on a bush stretcher to a Marysville doctor. In the course of his work, the victim who was driving a tractor for the Vic-Oak Sawmilling Co. backed into a tree which dropped a heavy branch on his head . . He had faced illness and unemployment before going to work in Marysville. The funeral took place at Lilydale cemetery . . Rev. G. A. Osmond administered the last rites assisted by Rev. T. Griffin of Healesville. The secretary of the I.O.R. conducted the burial service of that order. . [Lilydale Express 27-9-1935]

Ian Robert Hogg

Death notice:
Hogg – On January 4 (result of accident), at Meningie, South Australia, Ian Robert, loved eldest son of Lily Blanksby and the late George Henry Hogg, and brother of Lesley (Mrs Rhyal) and Donald . . The funeral of the late Ian Robert Hogg will leave the parlors of B. Matthews, 102 Toorak rd South Yarra, this day, at the conclusion of a service commencing at 1.45 pm, for the Lilydale Cemetery. [The Argus 6-1-1950 p11]

References: Lilydale Express 27-9-1935; The Argus 6-1-1950.


Hogg, Mary and Isabella
Rouget, Albert Mark

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Albert Mark Rouget

Burial Register Details:

Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
-
1924 06-09-1921 Rouget, Albert Mark  -
W1 263  -
2166 1935 13-12-1921 Hogg, Mary 68
W1 264  -
1935 2166 14-07-1927 Hogg, Isabella 75
W1 264  -

Inscription:
In loving memory / of / my dear nephew / A. M. Rouget / died 5th Sept 1921. / Also my beloved sister / Mary Hogg / died 13th Dec 1921. / Erected by Isabella Hogg. / Isabella Hogg / died 13th July 1927 / aged 75 years.

Links: 10303
Image: 10305 (10-18)

No information.

Mary Hogg

Death notice:
Hogg – On 13th December, at 'Merien' Queens Rd Wandin, Mary, beloved daughter of the late Thomas and Mary Hogg, loving sister of Isabella, John and Thomas. [The Argus 14-12-1921 pg1]
Funeral notice:
The friends of the late Miss Mary Hogg are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the Lilydale Cemetery. The funeral will leave her residence Queen's Rd Wandin this day (Wednesday) at 12 o'clock. [The Argus 14-12-1921 pg1]

Isabella Hogg

Death notice:
Hogg – On the 13th July at 'Merien' Queen's Rd Wandin , Isabella. daughter of the late Thomas and Mary Hogg, sister of John and Thomas, and the late Alex. Galacina, Mary and Janet. Rest after weariness. [The Argus 15-07-1927 pg1] Funeral notice: The friends of the late Miss Isabella Hogg are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred at the Lilydale Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from the residence of her brother (Mr John Hogg) Queen's Rd Wandin this day (Friday) at 1 o'clock. Burton Bros, undertakers. [The Argus 15-07-1927 pg1]

References: The Argus 14-12-1921 and 15-7-1927.





Hogg, Thomas and Mary

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Thomas Hogg

Burial Register Details:

Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
-
659 24-11-1892 Hogg, Thomas 71
W1
261/262  -
659 739 12-09-1894 Hogg, Mary 75
W1
261/262  -

Inscription:
Sacred / to / the memory of / Thomas Hogg / who died at Wandin Nov 24 1892 / aged 71 years. / Also / his beloved wife / Mary / who died 11th Sept 1894 / aged 75 years. / Yet again we hope to meet the Lord.

Links: 10305 Rouget and Hogg.
Image: 10303 (10-16)
Biography:
Mr Hogg selected land in Victoria Rd, parish of Gruyere. He operated a private jam factory on the property for many years providing an outlet for much of the fruit of the district, particularly raspberries. His products were of high quality%u2026his children are James, John, Thomas, Mary Isabella and Janet (Mrs Thomas Rouget) . . family members later acquired property in Queens Rd where they lived for many years. [Wandin Its Origins and Development]
Death notice:
Hogg – On the 24th November, at his residence, Queen St, Wandin Yallock, Thomas, the beloved husband of Mary Hogg, aged 71 years and nine months. [Lilydale Express 25-11-1892 pg1]
Funeral Notice:
The friends of the late Thomas Hogg are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment – the Lilydale Cemetery. The funeral will leave his late residence, Queen St Wandin Yallock, this day (Friday) 25th inst at 12 o'clock noon. The funeral will pass through Lilydale about a quarter to three. [Lilydale Express 25-11-1892 pg1]
Obituary:
The late Mr Thomas Hogg . . has been connected with the Wandin district for 29 years . . born at Merton, near Edinburgh in 1821, he later married before coming to the colonies, arriving in Sydney in 1863, he moved to Brighton and Yering then arrived in this district [Wandin] in May 1866 . . As the first settler he may be considered the founder of this district . . He laboriously constructed a home for his family and set about converting the almost impenetrable forests into fruit bearing orchards . . . next in 1869 he organised the building of a Methodist Sunday school room which was also used as a church, and day school, of which he was superintendent for 18 years . . For many years he was a member of the local Board of Advice and trustee of the church and school buildings . . the last six months of his life were spent entirely in his bedroom. During this long sickness and intense pain his fortitude and resignation were remarkable%u2026He leaves a wife, 3 daughters and 3 sons . . the funeral service was conducted by Rev. J. Westacott of United Methodist Church, Lilydale . . [Lilydale Express 02-12-1892]
Mary Hogg
Obituary:
It is with deep regret we record the death of the late Mrs Hogg, widow of the late Mr Thomas Hogg of Wandin. [She] was the oldest member of the Methodist church at Wandin which she and her husband helped build to the most active church in the district. Mrs Hogg sweetly passed away on Tuesday%u2026she was a good woman, faithful wife and loving mother, good neighbour and real active Christian%u2026the funeral took place yesterday and was very largely attended%u2026[Lilydale Express 14-09-1894]

References: Lilydale Express 25-11-1892, 02-12-1892 and 14-9-1894; Wandin Its Origins and Development, A. and N. Lord.


 


Hollis, Eliza Shaw, Gladys Marie

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Eliza Hollis

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
2258 2023 12-02-1924 Hollis, Eliza 84
W1 138  -
2023 2258 20-03-1929 Shaw, Gladys Marie 2 wks
W1 138  -
 
Inscription:
In loving memory / of / Eliza Hollis / 11.2.1924 / aged 84 years. / At peace.

Notes:
Links:

Image: 10317 (10-30)

No information.

Gladys Marie Shaw

Biography:
Gladys was the daughter of Frederick Clifford Shaw and Joan Lois (nee Tarr) and was born at Burleigh, Silvan South. [wandinsaga@blogspot.com]

References: wandinsaga@blogspot.com.


Holman, Joseph William

See Lyons, Mary Ellen, Thomas and Catherine.




Horder, Doris Mabel

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Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
1
1362 14-06-1911 Horder, Doris Mabel 4
B2
18
 -


Inscription:
In loving memory / of / our beloved daughter / Doris Mabel Horder / who died 13 June 1911 aged 4 years 2 months / . . .
Links:
Image: 10361 (12-3)

No information.



Hosking, William Edmund and Mabel

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William Edmund Hosking

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
8076 2222 15-07-1928 Hosking W’m Edmund 49
CE2 272 -
2222 8076 30-09-1975 Hosking Mabel 89
CE2 272 Full H. King

Inscription:
In Loving memory / of / Edmund Hosking / who died July 14, 1928 / aged 49 years.

Links:
Image:
10095 (3-20)
Obituary:
[Mr Hosking] had for many years been a highly respected resident of Lilydale, revered by the many people with whom he had come into contact as man of upright, honest and conscientious character, combined with a personality which found many admirers. For a long period Mr Hosking had not enjoyed the best of health....The deceased leaves a widow and four children to mourn their loss. [Lilydale Express 02-07-1928]
Death Notice:
Hosking – On the 14th July, Edmund, of George street, Lilydale, beloved husband of Queenie, and loved father of Ted, Mary, Gren, and Beat, late of Harrietville. [The Argus 16-07-1928 pg1]

Mabel Hosking

No information.

References: Lilydale Express 02-07-1928; The Argus 16-07-1928.



Houghton, Caroline and George

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Caroline Houghton

Burial Register Details:

Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1412 905 03-11-1878 Houghton, Caroline 69
B1
175  -
905 1412 28-10-1912 Houghton, George 88
B1
175  -

Inscription:
Houghton / a loving tribute to / our grandparents / Caroline / 1829-1898 / and her husband / George / 1924-1912 / pioneers.
 
Notes:
Links:
Image No: 10279 (9-28)
 
No information.

George Houghton

No information.



Hughes, Ann


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Burial Register Details:

Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
-
1662 27-01-1918 Hughes, Ann 81
RC3 21
 -

Inscription:
In loving memory / of / Ann Hughes / beloved aunt of / James and Alick Meek / and Kathleen Lloyd / died 26th January 1918 / aged 82 years. R.I.P.

Links: 10339
Image: 10338 (11-15)

No information.



 

Hunter, Edward

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Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
-
749 12-09-1895 Hunter, Edward 77
W2
206
-

 
Inscription:
Sacred / to / the memory of / Edward Hunter Senr / the beloved husband of / Jane Hunter / and one of the pioneers of Wandin Yallock / who died 12th January 1895 / aged78 years. / There is no death! what seems so is transition / this life of mortal breath / is but a suburb of the life elysian / whose portal we call death.

Links: See Jane Hunter 10390.
Image: 10383 (12-26)
Biography:
Edward Hunter was born on February 24, 1817, at Northumberland. He was the 10th or 13 children of Robert and Martha Hunter (Reed). His father died when Edward was 11 so he left school and worked in the collieries to assist his mother. On May 25, 1845 he married Jane Pattison, the daughter of William and Jane (Temperley) Pattison. He sailed for Australia on September 11,1852 on the Emigrant with Jane and three surviving children: Robert, William and Edward. At Heidelberg they purchased land for a market garden and orchard and during 14 years had a further 6 children. Moving to Wandin he purchased land . . becoming a fruit grower and nurseryman; propagating a new thornless raspberry named Hunter's Perfection . . . [LDHS Hunter Family File]
Obituary:
We report the death of the late Mr Edward Hunter JP of Wandin. Mr Hunter arrived in the colony in 1850 from the North of England, and, after a short residence at Heidelberg, he removed with his family to Wandin,and with others, helped to make the district a success both financially and morally. Our late friend, with the early settlers in the district, made provision for the education of children when there were no State schools in the colony, and he also helped to erect the first church in the district of Wandin Yallock, and from that time up to his death he was an active trustee and also the treasurer. . . The Revs E. Turner and J. Barningham conducted the service . . . [Lilydale Express 18-01-1895]

References: Lilydale Express 18-01-1895; LDHS files: Hunter Family.



Hunter, Jane


Burial Register Details:

Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
-
1213
18-06-1907 Hunter, Jane 86
W2
207
 -


In / loving remembrance / of / my dear mother / Jane Hunter / who died 17th June 1907 / aged 86 years. / Erected by her loving daughter / Martha Johnson.

Links: See Edward Hunter 10383
Image: 10390 (12-33)
Biography:
Jane Hunter nee Patison married Edward Hunter in 1845 and with their two sons Robert and Edward sailed for Australia in September 1852 on the ship The Emigrant. [Wandin Its Origins and Early Development]
Death notice:
Hunter – On 17th June, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs Wm Johnson . . Wandin, Jane, relict of the late Edward Hunter, in her 87th year. [The Argus 19-6-1907 pg1]

References: The Argus 19-6-1907; Wandin Its Origins and Early Development, Annette and Neville Lord.




Hunter, John and Mary Lydia

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John Hunter

Burial Register Details:

Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
-
1741 10-07-1919 Hunter, John  -
W2 225  -
1741 1997 28-08-1923 Hunter, Mary Lydia 67
W2 225  -

Inscription:
In / loving memory / of / John Hunter / died 9th July 1919. / Also / Lydia Hunter / died 28th August 1923.

Links:
Image:
10381 (12-24)
Thanks:
Mrs John Hunter senr and family desire to express their sincere gratitude to all kind friends and relations for cards, letters, telegrams, visits, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement. Will all kind friends please accept this intimation. “Pine Hill” Wandin Yallock. [Lilydale Express 25-7-1919]

Mary Lydia Hunter

Thanks:
The sons and daughters of the late Mrs Lydia Hunter desire to express their sincere thanks to their relations and many kind friends for telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement; especially thanking Dr McMahon and the Rev. Saunders (of Lilydale), also Sister Ferrier and Sister Whiteside (of “St Anne's”, William St South Yarra), for their untiring attentions; and Burton Bros, Lilydale for the funeral arrangements. Will all kindly take this as a personal acknowledgement of deepest gratitude? “Pine Hill” Hunter road, Wandin Yallock. [Lilydale Express 14-9-1923]

References: Lilydale Express 25-7-1919 and14-9-1923.



Hurst, Dan Whithead

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Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
-
1661
21-01-1918
Hurst, Dan Whitehead
-
CE1
81
-
Inscription:
In memory of / D. W. Hurst / died 21 Jan 1918 aged 66 years
Links:
Image No: 10003 (1-3)
Biography:
Daniel Whitehead Hurst (b. 1851 Running (Olinda) Creek...(lived near Port Fairy in 1889) had land at White's Corner d. 21 Jan 1918 (Reg. Lilydale). At Gilderoy, Yarra Valley as a fruitgrower and grazier...leaving his estate of 268 acres at Three Bridges to his nephews and neices. His parents were Edward Hurst d. 1889 and Ann Hurst nee Whitehead d. 1867
Obituary:
Daniel Hurst, an elderly man who cultivated a small farm at Three bridges on the Powelltown line from Yarra Junction, was accidentally killed on Monday last...His waggon was descending the steep hill into Seville township when the breeching strap broke and the horse bolted...Hurst sprang out but the heavy waggon passed over his body...Deceased was a single man...it is believed a brother resides in the Geelong district...[Lilydale Express 25-01-1918]
References: Lilydale Express 25-01-1918; Tour of Lilydale Cemetery Book 1; Will in LHS file. 


Hussey, Eliza, Robert, William Joseph, Ann and Lily Easter

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Eliza Hussey

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
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5
19-06-1864
Hussey, Eliza
6 mths
CE1 36
-
5 8 16-04-1865 Hussey, Robert
- CE1 335 -
8
43
30-12-1868
Hussey, William
-
CE1 335 -
46/43
45
09-01-1869
Hussey, Joseph
4
CE1 335 -
49/45
46
15-01-1869
Hussey, Ann
13
CE1 335 -
46
49
20-01-1869
Hussey, Lily Easter
18 mths
CE1
335
-
Inscription:
Sacred / to the memory of / Eliza Hussey / died June 19th 1864 aged 6 months. / Robert Hussey / died April 15th 1865. / William Hussey / died Decr 28th 1868 aged 46 years. / Joseph Hussey / died Jany 8th 1869, aged 4 years. / Ann Hussey / died Jany 14th 1869, aged 13 years. / Lily Easter Hussey / died Jany 20th 1869, aged 18 months.
Links: see also Mary Ann Park; image of Sportsman’s Arms Hotel
Image No: 10010 (1-10)
Biography:
Eliza Hussey was the 11th child of William and Mary Ann (Shippen) Hussey and was born at Yering in January 1864. She died June 19, 1864 aged 6 months. The Hussey headstone is the oldest one at the cemetery.

Robert Hussey

Biography:
Robert Hussey and his twin brother Joseph were born in 1865 at Yering. He was the 12th child of William and Mary Ann (Shippen) Hussey. He died on April 15, 1865.

William Hussey

Biography:
William born Hampshire England c1822, the son of William and Charlotte. When aged 21, he travelled arrived in Australia on the vessel Royal Consort in February 1844. He married Mary Ann Shippen at St James Church, Melbourne on September 13, 1845. A wheelwright and later publican, William and his family lived in Melbourne before moving Brushy Creek by 1859 where two of their children were born. The family moved to live at 'The Lodge' Yering in September 1868. He operated the Coldstream Hotel for just over three months before his death. Mary Ann remarried to William Park and renamed the hotel Park’s Sportsman’s Arms Hotel.

Joseph Hussey

Biography:
Joseph was the twin brother to Robert Hussey and the 1th child of William and Mary Ann Hussey. He was born in 1865 at Yering and died on January 8, 1869 aged 4 years.

Ann Hussey

Biography:
Ann Hussey, the 7th child of William and May Ann Hussey was born at Yering in 1856 and died on January 14, 1869, aged 13 years.

Lily Easter Hussey

Biography:
Lily was the 14th and youngest child of William and Mary Ann Hussey and was born in 1867 at Yering. She died on January 20, 1869 aged 18 months and was the fourth member of the family to die in less than a month.
References: PROV Shipping Records; Kaye Patterson’s family research; A Tour of Lilydale Cemetery book 1 pg2; LDHS files on Hussey, Park and Sportsman Arms Hotel; Coldstream history kits; The Hussey Story, Warrandyte Historical Society.

Huston, Mary and John

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Mary Huston

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
2616 2333A 01-09-1930 Huston, Mary  -
W1 241  -
2333 2616 24-09-1934 Huston, John 82
W1 241  -

Inscription:
Sacred to the memory / of / Mary Huston / died 2nd Sept 1930. / Also her beloved husband / John Huston / died 23rd Sept 1934 / Asleep.

Notes:
Links:
Image:
10306 (10-19)
Biography:
Mary was the elder daughter of the late Mr and Mrs William Atkinson of Lilydale. [see Golden wedding below] W.C.T.U. meeting of Lilydale branch: . . .deep regret was expressed when it was known that one of the members Mrs J. Huston had passed away, and a prayer was offered on behalf of the family who had been bereaved of a beautiful mother . . members rose as a mark of respect and Mrs Osborne read 'The Christian trilogy – faith, hope and love' . . [Lilydale Express 05-09-1930]

John Huston

Biography:
Mr and Mrs John Huston, of Lilydale, celebrated their golden wedding here in 1879, on Saturday last. . . Many hearty congratulations were received from their numerous friends. [Lilydale Express 26-4-1929]
Marriage Notice:
Golden wedding: Huston-Atkinson – On the 24th April, 1879, at Richmond, by the late Rev. John Westacot, John, only son of the late Mr and Mrs John Huston, of Coleraine, Ireland, to Mary, elder daughter of the late Mr and Mrs William Atkinson, of Lilydale. (Present address, Jones St, Lilydale) [Lilydale Express 26-04-1929]
Obituary:
In the death of Mr John Huston on Sunday night . . . another of the oldest residents of the Lilydale district has passed away. . . Coming to Australia with his widow mother from Coloraine, Ireland, [where he was born] in 1852, he arrived in Australia in 1863, where he lived with his uncles Messrs Lithgow who had proceeded his mother to this country. With the exception of twelve years, which he spent in fruit-growing and market gardening at Hoddles Creek, he spent the remainder of his 82 years in Lilydale. When Mr Huston first came to Lilydale there were only two houses. The late Mr Huston married the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Atkinson, and five sons and three daughters are still alive. During his life the late Mr John Huston associated himself with the Independent Order of Rechabites. Always an earnest and devout churchman he was an active worker and member of the Methodist church. An inmemorium service will be held on Sunday evening next in the Methodist Church Lilydale. . . . [Lilydale Express 28-09-1934 pg2]
Thanks:
Huston – The family of the late Mr J. Huston desire to express their sincere thanks to all relatives and kind friends for cards, letters, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement; also Dr Short for his kind and untiring attention. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgement of our sincerest gratitude. Jones St, Lilydale. [Lilydale Express 12-10-1934]

References: Lilydale Express 26-4-1929, 5-9-1930, 28-09-1934 and 12-10-1934.



Hutchinson, John, John Waddell and Eliza

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John Hutchinson

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
618 236 05-04-1880 Hutchinson, John 54 P1 11/12 -
236 618 16-07-1891 Hutchinson, John Waddell 20 P1 11/12 -
618 1736 11-06-1919 Hutchinson, Eliza 80 P1 12
-

Inscription:
Sacred / to the memory of / John Hutchinson / died April 3rd 1880 / aged 54 years / The Lord is my portion saith my soul / Therefore will I hope in him. / also / John Waddell / his third beloved son / died 16th July 1891 / aged 20 years. / Eliza / wife of the above / John Hutchinson / died 9th June 1919 / aged 80 years.

Links:
Image:
10150 (5-26)
Biography:
John Hutchinson was born at Cairncastle Northern Ireland in 1825 with his twin brother Robert. With money from his brother Joseph, John sailed for Australia on the clipper Marco Polo in 1853 which arrived at Port Phillip in January 1854. In 1856 John Hutchinson settled in Warrandyte where he was a land holder and the pound keeper. His job included travel which led to him building his own herd of cattle and horses while watching for the opportunity to buy land.
The Lilydale land sales of 1860 saw John purchasing two town and four country allotments. He built three houses east of the Lilydale Hotel which housed a butcher, a saddler and a builder. Later, one became the home of Lilydale’s first physician Dr Elms. John became a full time resident by 1871 and a major figure in Lilydale’s history.
A reliable business agent, he served 10 years on various committees such as school committees and obtaining a new minister for the Presbyterian faith. As a member of the Upper Yarra District Road Board, John saw it become The Lillydale Shire in 1872. He was elected the first Shire President representing the South West Riding. At the age of 50 years he met an untimely death after being kicked by a horse outside the family home which today is the Olinda Creek Hotel. [ [John Hutchinson JP Family Research; Tour of the Lilydale Cemetery Vol 2 pg 16]

John Waddell Hutchinson

Biography:
John Waddell was born at Lilydale in 1871 at Lilydale and died July 16, 1891 at Lilydale of typhoid fever.
Death Notice:
Hutchinson – On the 16th July at his mother’s residence, Lilydale, John Waddell, elder beloved son of Eliza and the late John Hutchinson of typhoid fever aged 20 years. [Lilydale Express 17-07-1891 pg 2]
Obituary:
It will be learnt with very deep regret by the residents of the Lilydale and Healesville districts of the death of Mr John Hutchinson. The young man was a carpenter by profession, and was extremely well liked by all who made his acquaintance. About eh beginning of June, Mr Hutchinson was following his occupation in the Hamilton district, and became ill, but did not give way to the aliment until about the 20th ult, when he returned home to Lilydale and took to his bed. Drs Norris and Craig were called in, and pronounced the deceased to be suffering from typhoid fever. He underwent many relapses, but on Wednesday morning he took a change which completely prostrated him. He lingered until 3.30a.m. yesterday when he expired. Mr Hutchinson, when in Lilydale, was a very prominent member of the Lilydale Football Club, and was greatly esteemed by the members. The funeral will take place this afternoon, and will leave the deceased’s late residence, Cave Hill road, at 3 o’clock. Rev Mr McBride of Dromana, will conduct the funeral service at the grave. [Lilydale Express 17-07-1891 pg 2].

Eliza Hutchinson

Biography:
Eliza was from Warrandyte and on March 3, 1863 at Melbourne she married John Hutchinson. They had nine children.
After her husband’s death, Eliza moved into a home owned by her later husband in Castella Street until a new home – the stone house – built of Rosemount stone was completed at 32 Cave Hill Rd during 1882. Eliza lived there until elderly when she moved up to live with her family. [John Hutchinson JP Family Research]

References:
Tour of the Lilydale Cemetery Vol 2, Ruby Kwijas and Keith Lithgow; John Hutchinson Family research, Sue Thompson; LDHS archives; Lilydale Express 17-07-1891.




Hutchinson, Isabella, Dorothy, John Jackson, Lucy Louisa and Jessie

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Isabella Hutchinson

Burial Register Details:
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
915 240 07-06-1880 Hutchinson, Isabella 2 1/2 P1 19/20 -
1322/240 915 16-01-1899 Hutchinson, Dorothy 16 days P1 19/20 -
915 1322 21-05-1910 Hutchinson, John Jackson 77 P1 19/20 -
1322 1347 17-01-1911 Hutchinson, Lucy Louisa 30 P1 19/20 -
- 1664 14-02-1918 Hutchinson, Jessie 79 P1 43 -

Inscription:
In / loving / memory / of / John Jackson / dearly beloved husband of / Jessie Hutchinson / who died 21st May 1910 / aged 77 years. / Also their daughter / Isabella / who died 4th June 1880 / aged 2½ years. / Lucy Louisa / who died 17th Jan 1911 / aged 30. / And their beloved mother / Jessie / died 14th Febry 1918 / aged 79

Notes: Graves 19/20 and 43 are next to each other. Dorothy not mentioned on headstone
Links:
Image No
: 10161 (6-1)

No information.

Dorothy Hutchinson

No information.

John Jackson Hutchinson

Obituary:
It is with profound regret that we heard on Saturday last, of the death of Mr John Jackson Hutchinson, of Fairview Farm, Yering West, where he had resided for 35 years. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon, the place of interment being the Lilydale cemetery. Deceased who was 77 years of age, has left a wife and grown-up family of three sons and two daughters to mourn their loss...[Lilydale Express 27-05-1910 pg 2]

Lucy Louisa Hutchinson

Obituary:
We regret having to record the death of Miss Lucy Hutchinson, youngest daughter of the late J.J. Hutchinson, which sad event occurred at her residence, Fairview Farm, Lilydale, on Tuesday, 17th inst., after a short illness. Miss Hutchinson was a well-known resident and a general favourite amongst those with whom she came in contact and general sympathy is extended to her relatives in their loss%u2026[Lilydale Express 20-01-1911]

Jessie Hutchinson

Obituary:
Death of Old Resident – Mrs J. Hutchinson, mother of Mr John Hutchinson, storekeeper, Lilydale, passed away on Thursday, February 14th, at her late residence, Edward road, Lilydale after a very short illness. Mrs Hutchinson took ill on the Sunday and notwithstanding that every attention as bestowed on her, death supervened on Thursday. The deceased lady arrived in the district in 1874, and had resided in the same place ever since. Mrs Hutchinson was a native of the Orkney Islands, Scotland. Her marriage to the late Mr Hutchinson was celebrated in New Zealand, and from there they went to Prahran, and after a residence of about three-and-a-half years they removed to Lilydale, where Mrs Hutchinson spent the remainder of her days%u2026%u2026[Lilydale Express 22-02-1918]

References: Lilydale Express 20-01-1911, 22-02-1918, 20-01-1911.




Hutchinson, John and Susanna Martha

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John Hutchinson

Burial Register Details:

Previous No.
Current No. Date
Name Age Section Lot Note
2536* 2294 06-12-1929 Hutchinson, John 59
B1 147  -
2294 2535 14-05-1933 Hutchinson, Susan 64
B1 147  -

Inscription:
In loving memory of / John Hutchinson JP / loving husband of Susannah / died 4th Dec 1929, aged 59 years. / Also his beloved wife Susannah Martha / died 16th May 1933, aged 64 years. / My hope is in Thee.

Notes:







* Correct Number is 2535
           * Susannah inscription spelling is different to the Burial Register.
Links:
Image No:
10295 (10-8)
Biography:
Hutchinson's Cash Stores were at Lilydale, Wandin and Warburton. The Hutchinson family lived at 'Wyndon', Albert Hill, Lilydale Bereavement Card: Bereavement card – Mrs J. Hutchinson and family desire to express their heartfelt appreciation and thanks to all their friends and relatives for the many expressions of sympathy, cards and floral tributes, in their hour of trial; especially thanking Dr McMahon for his unremitting attention, and all others who in any way helped to make lighten the burden of their great loss. [Lilydale Express 13-12-1929]
Obituary: 
Death of prominent townsman, Mr J. Hutchinson JP. . . there are not many institutions in Lilydale that [he] has not been associated with . . Under his management Hutchinson's stores have grown to their large and up-to-date proportions, mainly as a direct outcome of his unfailing courtesy and infallible integrity. As a JP his was a familiar figure at the local police court until recently when his health gave way . . for two months prior to his demise he was confined to bed . . an ardent churchman at the Baptist church . . [he leaves] a wife and 6 children, one daughter and five sons. The funeral took place at Lilydale cemetery . .  the hearse was heavily laden with floral offerings and the lengthy cortege further demonstrated the high regard in which he was held. Lilydale cricket Club team forfeited its match with Seville so that they could attend. Rev. J. J. Proctor conducted the service . . [Lilydale Express 13-12-1929]

Susannah Hutchinson

Biography:
Susannah Martha Hutchinson was a member of the Alway family.
Obituary:
. . . it was learned with deep regret on Monday that Mrs J. Hutchinson of Albert Hill, Lilydale, had passed away during the night. . . during many years resident in this town, an earnest church worker and a member of almost every institution in town for the moral and spiritual welfare of the community. A kindly and generous disposition endeared her to all and she was idolised by her family. . . [She] was 65 and the relict of the late Mr J. Hutchinson one of the district's earliest and most respected traders and founder of the business presently being conducted by his sons. There are five sons, Albert, William, Leslie, Robert and Gordon and two daughters Winifred and Gladys. . . The remains were interred in Lilydale cemetery . . [Lilydale Express 19-05-1933]

References:
Lilydale Express 13-12-1929 and 19-05-1933.




Hutton, William Forbes and Eleonora

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William Forbes Hutton

Burial Register Details:
 
Previous No.
Current No.
Date Name Age Section Lot Note
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813 28-11-1896 Hutton, William Forbes 80
CE2 11/12 -
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970 31-07-1900 Hutton, Eleanor 69
CE2 11/12 -

Inscription:
In / memory of / William Forbes Hutton / Lieut. Colonel H.F.I.C.R. / Madras Army / born Feby 25th 1816 / died Nov. 28th 1896. / His spirit returned to the God who gave it. / Also his wife / Eleonora / born 11th December 1830 / died 30th July 1900/ So he giveth his beloved sleep

Notes: Spelling of Eleonora incorrect in register.
Links:
Image:
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Biography:
Born in Kent, England William Forbes Hutton was the seventh of 11 children of Thomas and Janet Hutton. His father had been a merchant in East Indies. After finishing his education at the Edinburgh Academy William entered the East India Company army as a member of the Madras Native Infantry and served from 1836-1870. He was promoted to Lieutenant in 1837 and later Colonel. Interested in geology, he began collecting rocks and minerals while on his travels. He was also involved in the sale of tea and doing well financially. On one of his many trips back to England William married Eleonora Mackillop in 1849.
He arrived in Australia in the 1870s and purchased Blythswood in Kew which he sold in 1882 to David Syme of the Age newspaper.
In December 1876 he purchased land at Lilydale from Alfred John Hill and had Cooring Yering, a 35-room brick mansion built by David Mitchell. He also purchased Samuel de Pury’s 30-acre vineyard across the Olinda Creek.
The family enjoyed the social life of Melbourne attending concerts, the theatre, horse racing and clubs. After William’s death his family continued to run the property. Robert Black, another district pioneer, later purchased Cooring Yering. [Lilydale Cemetery Tour Volume 2, pg15]
Death Notice:
Hutton – On the 28th November, at 'Cooring Yering', Lilydale. Lt. Col. Wm Forbes Hutton, aged 80, late of the Madras Army. [The Argus 01-12-1896 pg1]
Obituary:
Colonel William Forbes Hutton died at his residence Cooring Yering on Saturday. [He was 80] and served in the East India Company's service in his early years and held the rank of Lieutenant colonel. After his arrival in this colony, he lived for a number of years at Kew, and about 20 years ago took up his residence in this district, settling down on the property held by him at the time of his death. Although Colonel Hutton lived a retired life, he was highly esteemed for his kind and charitable disposition. He leaves a widow and grown up family. [The Argus 30-11-1896 pg6]

Eleonora Forbes

Biography:
Eleonora Mackillop was born on 11-12-1830 and married William Hutton in England in 1849 while he was home from service in India. After the birth of their first child George, they travelled to India.
They had 11 children. Mary and some of the children arrived in Australia in 1874 on the ship Northumberland, six months after William who was having trouble finding a home large enough for his family. The Hutton Family & Cooring Yering, Family Connections pg 8 and 9]

References: The Argus 30-11-1896; 1-12-1896; LDHS files; Lilydale Cemetery Tour Volume 2, Ruby Kwijas and Keith Lithgow; The Hutton Family & Cooring Yering, Family Connections, Vicki Court.








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