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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.

Saunders, Anne and William Edward

Anne Saunders

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
2074 1696 10-09-1918 Saunders Annie 51 CE2
1696 2074 25-03-1925 Saunders W’m Edward 57 CE2
Inscription:

In loving memory / of / Anne Saunders / died 8th Sep. 1918. / Also / William Edward Saunders / died 24th March 1925. / Sweet rest.

Links:
Image: 10048 (2-10)

Thanks:
Mr W. E. Saunders and family desire to express their sincere thanks to relatives and many kind friends for expressions of sympathy in floral tributes and letters and cards and visits received during their sad and sudden bereavement in the loss of our wife and mother. Would kind friends please accept this intimation, as we find it impossible to answer all personally. Beenak Rd Wandin Yallock. [Lilydale Express 20-09-1918]

William Edward Saunders

No information

References: Lilydale Express 20-09-1918

Saunders, Annie

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1492 26-05-1914 Saunders Annie 86 CE2 134
Inscription:

Resurgam / in the domine speravi / Here resteth / Annie wife of / John Saunders / of Croydon / mother of little Margaret / daughter of / Thos. Johnston / of Linton / born 2 May 1867 / died 27 May 1914 / Thou excellest them all.

Links: See also John Saunders image no. 10133
Image: 10105 (3-29)

Obituary:

Death – Croydon has sustained another great loss in the death of Mrs J. Saunders, wife of the head teacher of the Croydon Stat School. Mrs Saunders received a great loss just before Christmas, when she lost her mother suddenly, and had a serious illness. After an apparently good recovery, Mrs Saunders took an active interest in the affairs of the township, especially in the kindergarten department of the Anglican Sunday school. Then a fortnight ago she was laid aside with a heart affection ….. Much sympathy is felt for Mr Saunders and his little six-year-old daughter. [Lilydale Express 29-05-1914 pg3]

References: GSV Cemetery transcript; Lilydale Express 29-05-1914

Saunders, John James

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1784 10-04-1920 Saunders, John James CE2 135
Inscription:

To the memory / of / John James Saunders / died 9th April 1920 / loved husband of / Annie / beloved eldest son of / Jesse and Margaret / ‘Per crucem ad lucem’

Links: See also his wife Annie 10105
Image: 10113 (4-2)

Biography:

John Saunders was the head teacher of the Croydon State School from 1913 to 1920. [A History of Croydon Volume 2, pg 226]

Death notice:
SAUNDERS – On the 9th of April, at the residence of his sister, Miss Saunders ‘Stanton’ Merri Street Northcote, after a brief illness, John James Saunders. (Funeral private) [The Argus 10-04-1920 pg13]

References: The Argus 10th April 1920; A History of Croydon Volume 2, Muriel McGivern.

Savage, Mary Gertrude and Charles Edward
Mitchell, Gertrude Emily

Savage Mary Gertrude

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1961 09-11-1922 Savage, Mary Gertrude 2 CE3 170
1961 2092 01-09-1925 Savage, George Frederick 37 CE3 170
2092 6405 18-03-1964 Mitchell, Gertrude Emily 72 CE3 170 Ashes
Inscription:

In loving memory / of Mary Gertrude Savage / died 9th Nov. 1922 / aged 2 years / this lovely bud so young and fair / called hence by early doom / Just come to show how sweet a flower / in paradise would bloom.
Front: Savage / Charles Edward / born 1888 died 31.8.1925 / dearly loved husband of Gertrude Emily / born 1891 died 18.4.1964 / dearly loved father and mother / of Alf, Jennie and Mary (dec.) / rest in peace.

Notes:
Burial Register lists George Frederick Savage while headstone and Lilydale Express obituary list him as Charles Edward.

Links:
Image: 10118 (4-7)

No information

George Frederick Savage

Obituary:
A fatal accident occurred on the property of Captain A.E.T. Payne, “Yarraview” Lilydale ….. One of the shepherds … Charles Edward Savage, at about 4 o’clock in the afternoon was getting through the window of an outbuilding with a lamb in one arm and a gun in the other. The gun must have been jarred, for it was discharged, the shot penetrating the heart. Death was almost instantaneous. Deceased was 37 and leaves a wife and young family. [Lilydale Express 04-09-1925]

Getrude Emily Mitchell

No information

References: Lilydale Express 04-09-1925

Savory, Ellen

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
2249 12-12-1928 Savory, Helen 73 28
Inscription:

In / loving memory of / Ellen Savory / who died 12th Dec. 1928. Age 73 years. / Our mother.

Notes:
Links:
Image No: 10256 (9-5)

Death notice:

Savory – On the 12th December, at her residence, Main street, Yarra Junction, Helen, wife of John Savory, and loving mother of Harry, Fred, David, Annie (Mrs Paul), Nellie (Mrs ?), Gertrude (Mrs Harper), and Robert, aged 73 years. R.I.P. [The Argus 14-12-1928 pg 1]

References: The Argus 14-12-1928.

Scott, Thomas, Rosa and Martha Hunter

Thomas Scott

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
4314 1426 19-02-1913 Scott, Thomas 70 P1 33
1426/4314 2177 05-09-1927 Scott, Rose 85 P1 33
1426/2177 4314 23-12-1947 Scott, Martha Hunter 77 P1 33
Inscription:

Loving memory of / Thomas Scott / M.R.C.S.E. / died Feb 19th 1913 / aged 70 years / Thy dead shall live / also of his wife / Rosa Scott / died 3rd Sept 1927 / aged 85 years / Redeemed with the precious blood of Christ / and/Martha Hunter Scott M.B, C.H.B.C.L. / 1870-1947.

Links:
Image: 10143 (5-19)

Obituary:

The death took place early on Wednesday morning at “Woodlands,” Lilydale, of Dr. Thomas Scott, M.R.C.S. Eng), L.R.C.P. (Edin.). Deceased, who was about 80 years of age, practiced many years ago at Hamilton, and subsequently at Warrnambool, where he took a prominent part in public affairs, and was held in high esteem by the townspeople. About two years ago he purchased “Woodlands”, and during his sojourn here he evinced a keen interest in and became associated with various local institutions. Deceased leaves two sons and one daughter. The latter and one of the former follow profession of their late father. The remains were buried in the Lilydale cemetery on Thursday. The Rev. H.M. Burns officiated at the grave, and Messrs Burton Bros. had charge of the funeral arrangements. [Lilydale Express 21-02-1913 pg4].

Death Notice:

Scott, ON the 19th February at his residence “Woodlands” Lilydale, Dr. Thomas Scott late of Warrnambool, of pneumonia, aged 70 years. [The Argus 22-02- 1913 pg13]

Rose Scott

No information.

Martha Hunter Scott

Biography:

The daughter of Dr Thomas and Rose Scott, Martha, like her father was a doctor.

Death Notice:

Scott. On Dec 28 at her residence, 13 Tooronga road, Hawthorn, Dr Matha Hunter Scott. (Private Interment). [The Argus 30-12-1947]

References: Lilydale Express 21-02-1913; The Argus, 22-02-1913, 30-12-1947, LDHS archives.

Seale, Arthur James

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1979 17-04-1923 Seale, Arthur James 52 CE3 258
Inscription:

In loving memory / of / Arthur James Seale / died 15th April 1923 aged 52 years / loved husband of Isabella / father of William, Alfred and Ruby / at rest.

Links:
Image: 10121 (4-10)

Biography:

Arthur Seale, his wife and two sons arrived in Australia from England in February. He bought an orchard at Wonga Park, and he and his family went to reside there. Sadly he hung himself in an old house near his home.

Magisterial Inquiry:

At the Lilydale Court House, Mr Harrison J.P. heard the evidence and found the cause of death was by suicide.
Mrs Searle gave evidence that her husband had been at the war, and suffered severely from shell shock, and when he returned from the war he was a different man, all his bouyancy having left him….. One of her sons went … to the hut close by, where they saw her husband hanging from a rafter. They at once untied the rope, and placed the man on a table which was in the hut. … The deceased left a letter in which he stated that he had taken his life, and put his misfortunes down to his having come to Australia. [Healesville Guardian 21-04-1923 pg4]

References: Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian 21-04-1923

Sebire, Alfred, Henry, Martha and Lily Martha

Alfred E. Sebire

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
397 04-10-1886 Sebire, Alfred E 9 W2 111/112
397 1055 10-07-1902 Sebire, Henry 73 W2 111/112
1055 1289 24-06-1909 Sebire, Martha 73 W2 111/112
397 2200 24-01-1928 Sebire, Lily Martha 57 W2 111/112
Inscription:

In loving remembrance / of / Alfred Edward / the beloved youngest son of / Henry and Martha Sebire / who died at Wandin Yallock / 3rd Octr 1886 aged 9 years 3 months. / Also / Henry Sebire / the beloved husband of Martha Sebire / and father of the above / born Guernsey 13th August 1828 / died at Wandin 10th July 1902 / in his 74th year. / Also Martha Sebire / formerly of Guernsey, beloved wife of / Henry Sebire / died at Wandin 23rd June 1909 aged 73 years. / Also Lily Martha Sebire / died 23rd Jan 1928 / aged 57 years. / All of Mont de Lancey.

Links:
Image: 10376 (12-19)

No information.

Henry Sebire

Biography:

Henry Sebire married Sophie Renouf in Melbourne in 1853. She died in 1855 leaving a daughter Sophie. In 1856 he married Martha Rihoy also from Guernsey. He selected Wandin land in 1867 corner Hunter and Wellington roads and later in Clegg Rd.
Today historic Mont de Lancey Homestead and Museum is a popular tourist attraction run be descendants. Five generations of Sebires have been born at Wandin. [Lilydale Cemetery tours Vol. 2 p21]

Obituary:

An In Memoriam service was held in Wandin Methodist Church to the late Mr Henry Sebire who passed away at his residence. . . [He] had been a member and trustee of the church since its establishment in the district…There was an excellent congregation and Rev. R. L. Reed conducted the service. Rev J. Barningham read his memoir of the deceased…Henry Sebire was born in the parish of St Sampson Guernsey 13.8.1828, the third of eight children, he attended the Sabbath school. . . His father was a stonemason and Henry commenced working with him . . . At 22 Henry sailed for Victoria arriving in January 1850, working as a stonemason in Melbourne for 17 years, where he married [Martha]. They moved to Wandin, where he was involved in setting up the church and school . . [Lilydale Express 18-07-1902]

Martha Sebire

Obituary:

Very severe sorrow throughout this district at the death of Mrs Sebire senior, who passed away on Wednesday in her 74th year. [She] had been under the unremitting care of Dr Syme for many years but recently became more frail . . . the cause of death was heart trouble. She leaves a large family of grown up sons and daughters most of whom are residents of Wandin . . . [She] was one of the first settlers in Wandin residing here for between 40 and 50 years. Her husband the late Henry Sebire predeceased her by 7 years . . on 20th July 1902. [Lilydale Express 25-06-1909]

Lily Martha Sebire

Obituary:

Miss Lily Martha Sebire, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Henry Sebire, of [Mont de Lancy], Wandin, died suddenly at Hurstbridge where she had been staying with friends . . . [She] was born at the old home (now the residence of Mr Tom Sebire) 57 years ago from whence the funeral proceeded to Lilydale Cemetery . . . Rev H. C. Kent conducted the service with Morton Bros attending to arrangements. Two sisters and five brothers feel the sudden parting. [She] wrote a booklet in 1913 for the Wandin show Early history of the Wandin district. She was sewing mistress at Wandin Yallock school, and for 20 years was church soloist . . [Lilydale Express 27-01-1928]

References: Lilydale Express 18-07-1902, 25-06-1909; 27-01-1928; Lilydale Cemetery tours Vol. 2; Wandin Its Origins and Early Development.

Quayle, Mary Elizabeth
Sebire, Eva Miles

Mary Elizabeth Quayle

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
6448 285 09-03-1882 Quayle, Mary Elizabeth 24 W1 48
285 6448 01-09-1964 Sebire, Eva Miles 63 W1 48
Inscription:

In / loving memory of / Eva Myles Sebire / 27.3.1901-29.8.1964 / loved daughter of the late / Frances and William Sebire. / In God’s care.
In remembrance / Mary Elizabeth Quayle / passed away 7.3.1882 aged 24 years.

Links:
Image: 10314 (10-27)

No information.

Eva Miles Sebire

No information.

Sebire, stillborn and Hilda Rihoy

Hilda Rihoy Sebire

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1189 888 09-07-1898 Sebire, – stillborn W1 71
888 1189 15-08-1906 Sebire, Hilda R. 6 W1 71
Inscription:

In loving remembrance / Hilda Rihoy Sebire / dearly loved eldest daughter of / William J. and Frances L. Sebire / who passed away on 14.8.1906 / aged 7 years. / In Thy tender care.

Links:
Image: 10316 (10-29)

Death notice:

Mr William Sebire of Wandin sustained a sad bereavement on Tuesday in the death of his eldest daughter, Hilda, aged 6 years and 9 months. The little one had been ailing only a few weeks, bronchial pneumonia having supervened upon an attack of whooping cough. The remains were interred in the Lilydale cemetery yesterday, the Rev. J. Adams conducting the burial service. [Lilydale Express 17-08-1906]

References: Lilydale Express 17-08-1906.

Sebire, Irma Alyss, William John, Esther Christina

Irma Alyss Sebire

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
4863 1654 25-10-1917 Sebire Irma A. 16 mths CE2 223/224
8196/1654 4863 02-09-1955 Sebire W’m John 80 CE2 223/224
1654/4863 8196 18-05-1976 Sebire Esther Christina 97 CE2 224
Inscription:

In loving memory / of / Irma Alyss / youngest daughter of / W. J. & E. C. Sebire / died 25-10-1917, aged 16 months. / William John Sebire / died 31 Aug 1955 aged 80 years / Ester C Sebire / died 14 May 1976 aged 97 years

Links:
Image: 10047 (2-9)

Death notice:

In memoriam. Sebire – In loving memory of our darling baby, Irma Alys, who fell asleep on the 25th October 1917 at ‘St Elmo’ Clarke St, Lilydale. Oh for the touch of a vanished hand, The sound of a voice that is still. – Inserted by her loving father and mother, brothers and sister [Lilydale Express 25-10-1918]

William John Sebire

Biography:

William, known as Bill, married Esther Cook, the eldest daughter of C. Cook at St John’s Anglican Church , Lilydale on December 14, 1898. The family lived at ‘St Elmo’ Clarke St, Lilydale. He was the eldest son of William Joseph Sebire from Guernsey who arrived in Lilydale in 1871 when 30 years old. William was born in 1875 at the family home in Cave Hill road and attended Lilydale State School. He became a carpenter and builder. A great sportsman he played both football and cricket for Lilydale and was a great bowler and fieldsman. He was a former secretary and player in the Lilydale Brass Band; one of the first guarantors for Melba park and held all offices except presidency in the Lilydale Progress Association. He was a member of the Rechabite Lodge for 64 years and senior superintendent of the Junior Tent for 25 years. He was secretary of the State School Committee and was appointed “father” of the Higher Elementary School. He was secretary of the Lilydale Horticultural Society and a member of the Orient Lodge of Lilydale in 1907 in which he held various local and regional positons. There were more than 80 cars in his funeral procession. [Silver wedding report Lilydale Express 14-12-1923 and 09-09-1955]

Obituary:

We regret to announce the passing on Wednesday of an old and greatly respected friend in Mr William John Sebire, of Lilydale. Bill, as we’ve always known him, was undoubtedly the gentleman of Lilydale…His death at his home in Clarke St followed a long illness. The funeral will be held today after a service at St John’s Church of England, Lilydale. [Lilydale Express 2-9-1955]

Esther Christina

No information.

References: Lilydale Express 14-12-1923; 25-10-1918; 9-9-1955; LHS files.

Sebire, Lucy, Wm Joseph, Adelaide and Mary Ann

Lucy Sebire

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
209 15-11-1878 Sebire, Lucy 2 W2 15/16
209 460 03-04-1888 Sebire, Adelaide 9 W2 15/16
460 1306 27-10-1909 Sebire, Wm Joseph 69 W2 15/16
1306 2140 27-11-1926 Sebire, Mary Ann 80 W2 15/16
Inscription:

Erected to the memory of / William Joseph Sebire / who died 26 Oct 1909 aged 68 / Mary Ann Sebire / 27 Nov 1926 aged 74 years / both natives of Guernsey. / Also their daughters / Lucy / who died 14 Nov 1878 aged 2 years / Adelaide / who died 1 Jan 1888 aged 10 years / At Rest

Notes:
Links:
Image: 10393 (12-36)

No information.

Adelaide Sebire
In Memoriam:

Sebire – In loving memory of Adelaide who died Easter Sunday April 1st 1898 aged 9 years . . Inserted by her loving parents W. and M. Sebire. [Lilydale Express 30-03-1919]

William Joseph Sebire

Bereavement notice:

Mrs Sebire and family desire to thank all their friends for their kind messages and sympathy in their recent bereavement. Also to thank Dr A. E. Syme for his ready attendance and skill, and Miss Mortimore and Mr Hernandes for their great help rendered so willingly during the critical stage. Also friends for floral tributes, especially the Lilydale brass band. [Lilydale Express 05-11-1909]

Biography:

William was the younger brother of Henry Sebire. He was born at St Sampson, Guernsey in 1841 and was a pioneer at Wandin. He arrived in Melbourne in 1857 and after residing in Williamstown for three months before moving to Lilydale where he stayed for six years. He spent two years at Wagga Wagga befor e returning to Lilydale. In 1874 he married Mary Rihoy from Emerald Hill. They settled in Lilydale where he became a builder. William and Mary Ann had five children: William, Alfred, Emma, (Mrs Briggs), Albert and Arthur.
William moved to Lilydale from Wandin lived in Cave Hill road. [Wandin Its Origins and Early Development and Lilydale Express 29-10-1909]

Mary Ann Sebire

Biography:

The death occurred at her residence Cave Hill Rd on Saturday last of Mrs Mary Ann Sebire, relict of the late William Joseph Sebire at 74. Mary Ann had been in ill health for 12 months . . She was born in Guernsey and brought to Victoria with her parents when she was 2 . . She came to live in Lilydale after marrying W. J. Sebire a local builder . . [Lilydale Express 3.12.1926]

In Memoriam

Sebire – In loving memory of our dear mother who died on 27th November 1926, also our dear father who died 25th October 1909 . . Inserted by their son and daughter in law, Arthur and Mary Sebire.[Lilydale Express 25-11-1927]

Sebire –In loving remembrance of our dear mother who passed to a higher life on November 27th 1926; also our dear father who passed away on October 26, 1909, at Lilydale . . Inserted by their loving family, Willie, Alf, Bert, Arthur and E. Briggs. [Lilydale Express 25-11-1927]

Sebire – To the memory of my dear and only sister, Mary Anne who died on November 27th 1926 . . Inserted by her loving brother and sister in law, J. and M. Rehoy. [Lilydale Express 25-11-1927]

Sebire – In loving memory of mother who left for the higher life on November 27th 1926 . . Inserted by W. J. Sebire and family, ‘St Elmo’ Clarke St, Lilydale. [Lilydale Express 25-11-1927]

References: Lilydale Express 29-10-1909, 05-11-1909 and 25-11-1927; Wandin Its Origins and Early Development, Annette and Neville Lord.

Sherlock, William, Mary Ellen and Maurice John

William Morris Sherlock

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
942 505 29-12-1888 Sherlock W’m Morris 7m RC1 111
1643/505 942 08-09-1899 Sherlock William 24 days RC1 111
942 1643 18-08-1917 Sherlock, W’m 59 RC1 112
2157 20-04-1927 Sherlock, Maurice John 36 RC1 153/154
4153 21-02-1945 Sherlock, Mary Ellen 77 RC1 112
Inscription:

Sherlock / William / died 17-8-17 aged 59. / Mary Ellen / died 20-2-45 aged 77. / Maurice / died 18 April 1927 aged 34 years.

Links: See also Ahern family 10221
Image: 10222 (8-7)

No information.

William Sherlock

No information

William Sherlock Snr

Obituary:

Death of Mr W. Sherlock
Mr W. Sherlock one of the oldest and best known railway employes in the district died very suddenly … from an attack of pneumonia, supervening on influenza… Deceased was 59 years of age and a ganger on the line between Lilydale and Croydon, and had earned an enviable reputation for the splendid manner in which he kept his length of track, being repeatedly awarded the prize for the best kept section. He was born at Blackburn and came to Mooroolbark 28 years ago…In his younger days he was a noted cricketer, and in the earlier days was a member of the Lilydale Cricket Club, and later was one of the pioneers of the game at Mooroolbark…Mrs Sherlock and a married family survives him. [Lilydale Express 24-08-1917]

Maurice John Sherlock

No information.

Mary Ellen Sherlock

Biography:

Mary Ellen was the daughter of Charles Michael and Elizabeth (nee Brice) Ahern. [Mail 04-06-1959]

References: Lilydale Express 24-08-1917; Mail 04-06-1959.

Simpson, Henry Millar and Jane

Henry Millar Simpson

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
373 04-11-1885 Simpson, Henry Millar 59 P2 193/194
373 1614 08-12-1916 Simpson, Jane 89 P2 194
Inscription:

In loving memory / of / Henry Millar Simpson / died 2nd Nov. 1885 / aged 59 years. / And his beloved wife / Jane / died 7th Dec. 1916

Links:
Image: 10210 (7-14)

No information.

Jane Simpson

No information.

Sinclair, Hamilton and Catherine Sarah

Hamilton Sinclair

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
165/4115 1775 20-01-1920 Sinclair, Hamilton 51 P1 165/166
1775 4115 08-06-1944 Sinclair, Catherine Sarah 84 P1 165/166
Inscription:

Hamilton Sinclair / died 20th Jan. 1920 / aged 58 / and Catherine / his wife / died 7th June 1944.

Links:
Image: 10165 (6-5)

Death notice:

Sinclair – On the 20th January, at his residence, ‘St Elmo’, Castella St., Lilydale, Hamilton Sinclair, aged 58. Privately interred on Wednesday, Jan. 21st, 1920.

Obituary:

The death too place of Mr Hamilton Sinclair, at his residence, Castella St, Lilydale on Tuesday morning last. He has held the position of Shire secretary for the past six years, having come from Werribee, where he held the same position for about 20 years. Mr Sinclair had been suffering for the past 18 months, most of which time he has been confined to his bed. …. He was 58 years of age, and leaves a wife and one child to mourn his loss… [Lilydale Express 23-01-1920]

Councillors’ comments:
Shire President Cr Mackinley: “uniform courtesy and kindness” “As an officer they could not find a better.”
Cr Hughes: “They had not only lost a highly valued officer and good friends, but the community was all the poorer by his death.”
Cr McGhee: He was a good citizen, who thought nothing too much to do so long as he was helping his fellow creatures.” [Lilydale Express 30-01-1920]

Catherine Sarah Sinclair

Death Notice:

Sinclair – On June 7, Catherine Sarah, widow of the late Hamilton Sinclair, of Werribee and Lilydale. [The Argus 09-06-1944] References: The Argus 21-01-1920, 09-06-1944; Lilydale Express 23-01-1920 and 30-01-1920.

Sinclair, Ruby and Marie Stuart

Ruby Sinclair

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
4257 1542 27-07-1915 Sinclair, Ruby 17m P2 205
1542 4257 08-02-1947 Sinclair, Marie Stuart 54 P2 205
Inscription:

In memory of / our beloved mother / Marie Stuart / died 8th February 1947 aged 54. / Also / baby Ruby / died 24th July 1915 aged 17 months.

Note: Sinclair on front of grave.

Links:
Image: 10184 (6-25)

No information

Marie Stuart Sinclair

No information.

Slater, Charles

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
446 28-11-1887 Slater, Charles 64 CE2 29
Inscription:

Thy will be done / In memory of / Charles Slater / who departed this life / November 1887, aged 64 years. / The weary are at rest.

Links:
Image: 10055 (2-17)

Biography:

Charles Slater lived in his home Gascoyne Villa, Main Street, Lilydale since 1877. He was born at Devonshire in 1823 and was 64 years old at the time of his death. He has lived in Victoria for 30years and had been chiefly occupied at foreman of his brother’s firm, Slater and Co, importers of telegraphic instrument and located in Collins St, Melbourne. When he arrived in Lilydale he took up farming. He had been ill the 12 months before his death. Cause of death was softening of the brain. [Lilydale Express 02-12-1887 pg2]

Death notice:
Slater – In the 27th inst., at his residence, ‘Gascoynevilla’, Lilydale, Charles Slater, aged 64 years. [The Argus 28-11-1887 pg 1]

The friends of the late Mr Charles Slater are invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, in the Lilydale cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence ‘Gascoyne-villa’, Lilydale, this day (Tuesday the 29th inst.), at 1 o’clock. Alf. Aug. Sleight, undertaker, 83 Collins St east, Melbourne. [The Argus 29-11-1887]

References: The Argus 28-11-1887; 29-11-1887; Lilydale Express 02-12-1887.

Slevin, John and Anne

John Slevin

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1626 477 02-07-1888 Slevin, John RC3 36
477 1626 28-01-1917 Slevin, Anne 74 RC3 33
Inscription:

In loving memory / of / John Slevin / died 1st July 1888 / Also / Anne Slevin / died 27th Jan 1917 / R.I.P. / Loved parents of Margaret, Mary & Catherine

Notes:
Links:
Image: 10355 (11-33)

Biography:

John Slevin was the lease of the Black Springs Hotel in 1873 which he later secured freehold. After his death, his wife Ann and her daughters ran the hotel until they sold it in 1912 to Dr Scott. Slevin Street was named after their daughter Minnie Slevin who married Louis Deschamps, the owner of the land bounded by Cave Hill Road, Albert Hill Road and east of Kidgell Street. The land was sold in 1913 as the Olinda Estate subdivision and included the road names of Deschamps and Slevin. [What’s Behind the Name pg 34]

Anne Slevin

Death notice:

Slevin – On the 2th January, at her residence, Cave Hill road, Lilydale, Anne, relict of the late John Slevin, aged 74 years. R.I.P. No flowers. [The Argus 29-01-1917 pg1]

Funeral notice:

Slevin – The friends of the late Mrs Anne Slevin are respectfully invited to follow her remains to their last resting place, the Lilydale Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from her late residence Cave Hill road Lilydale this day (Monday) at 2 o’clock. Burton Bros., undertakers [The Argus 29-01-1917 pg1]

References: The Argus 29-1-1917; What’s Behind the Name, Sandy Ross; LDHS files.

Smith, Joseph and Isabella

Joseph Smith

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
6008 1186 22-06-1906 Smith, Joseph 34 RC3 77/78
1186 6008 12-02-1959 Smith, Isabella Therese 85 RC3 77/78
Inscription:

In loving memory of / my beloved husband / Joseph Smith / passed away 21st June 1906. / Also his beloved wife / Isabella Teresa / passed away 9th Feb 1959 aged 85 years.

Notes:
Theresa spelling differs
Links:
Image: 10359 (12-1)

Marriages

Smith-Supple – On 14th June, at St Patrick’s church, Lilydale, by the Rev. Father O’Brien, Joseph Thomas Smith, of Lilydale, to Isabella Teresa Supple, of Yering. [Lilydale Express 23-06-1905]

Biography:

Mr Joseph Thomas Smith of Lilydale and Miss Isabella Teresa Supple, third daughter of the late Mr Michael Supple of ‘Tubrid’ Yering, were united married on 14-06-1905. The lengthy report of their wedding includes a description follows of costumes, church, wedding breakfast, and guest list with gifts. [Lilydale Express 23-06-1905 and As it happened, Vol. 2 p15]

Obituary:

The news of the painfully sudden death on 21 inst. of Mr Joseph Smith came as a profound shock to the residents of Lilydale . . . As captain of the local fire brigade he had responded with a number of his men to a fire alarm at about 10pm at Cave Hill. The fire located in a stack of firewood at the lime kilns was overcome . . . they were returning home when Mr Smith staggered and fell to the ground . . . his comrades found by the glare of the torches that he was no more . . [He] was one of those popular young men who . . . had won himself an ever widening circle of friends . . . The erection of the fire alarm tower in Main St and the substantial building in Market Reserve are due principally to his energy and devotion as captain. [He] was also a prominent member of the hunt club, and a supporter of all branches of sport in the district . . . As recently as Tuesday Dr Adam advised him to abstain from the use of tobacco and all other forms of excitement. The funeral took place on Sunday when the remains were interred in [Lilydale] cemetery. The cortege comprised of 63 vehicles and 50 horsemen . . . and the fire bell was tolled. Brigade members preceded the hearse . . . [Lilydale Express 29-6-1906]

Death notice:

Smith – On the 21st June 1906, at Lilydale, suddenly, Joseph Thomas Smith, dearly beloved husband of Isabella Smith, aged 34 years. R.I.P. [Lilydale Express 29-6-1906]

Thanks:

Mrs J. T. Smith desires to tender sincere thanks to her friends for . . . expressions of sympathy received during her sad bereavement; especially so to Dr Adam; the Lilydale Fire Brigade; the Yarra Glen and Lilydale Hunt Club; and the employees of Cave Hill [Lilydale Express 29-6-1906]

Isabella Therese Smith

Biography:

After the untimely death of her husband Isabella Smith continued operating the family’s butcher’s shop in Main Street opposite the Olinda Hotel.
In 1937 the people of Lilydale demonstrated in no uncertain terms the esteem and affection they felt for the late Mrs B. Smith, ‘this we learnt from a copy of the Express donated by an old resident’, tendering her a complimentary social evening on the eve of her retirement after 33 years active business life in the district … [Lilydale Express 07-05-1937 and 6-3-1959]

Obituary:

Mrs Isabella Therese Smith passed away after a long illness at the Bush Nursing Hospital on February 9th. [She] was predeceased by her husband Joseph Smith who for many years conducted the butcher shop in Lower Main St Lilydale . . a mass at St Patrick’s church preceded the funeral to Lilydale cemetery . . . sympathy extended to the surviving sister and brother Mrs Margaret Armstrong and Mr Hal Supple. [Lilydale Express 13-02-1959]

References: Lilydale Express 29-6-1906, 23-6-1905, 13-2-1959, 6-3-1959; As it happened Vol. 2 by Val Sheehan; LDHS file: Supple Family.

Smith, Margaret Mary

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1092 15-08-1903 Smith, Margaret M 6 RC3 13/14
Inscription:

Also Margaret Mary / beloved daughter of above / who died at Healesville 14 Aug 1903 aged 7 years.
Links: 10351
Image: 10352 (11-30)

Biography:

The other headstone shows Margaret was the daughter of Mary Ann and James Smith.

Smith, Mary Ann

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
939 23-08-1899 Smith, Mary Ann 26 RC3 13/14
Inscription:

In loving memory of / Mary Ann / beloved wife of / James Smith / who died at Warburton West 22 Aug 1899 / aged 26 years.

Links: 10352
Image: 10351 (11-29)

Obituary:

It is with sincere regret that we are called upon to chronicle the death of Mrs J. Smith wife of Mr James Smith which occurred at her late residence Warburton West on August 22nd. [She] was the eldest daughter of Mr M. Kelly of Spring Creek, Healesville, and by her untimely death at such an early age, three young children and a sorrowing husband have been left . . She had been ailing for some weeks. Much sympathy is felt throughout the district for Mr Smith. [She] was interred in the Lilydale cemetery on 24th ult. The funeral cortege was lengthy . . [Lilydale Express 01-09-1899]

References: Lilydale Express 1-9-1899.

Smith, Minnie Eleanor

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
2090 28-08-1925 Smith, Minnie Eleanor 30 B1 32
Inscription:

Smith / in loving memory of / our dear mother / Minnie Eleanor / 3.1.1895 – 28.8.1925

Notes:
Links:
Image No: 10282 (9-31)

No information.

Smith, Patrick, Mary E., Patrick jun., Margaret and Michael

Patrick Smith

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
149 110 15-09-1874 Smith, Patrick 36 RC2 297/298
110 149 16-10-1876 Smith, Mary E 9 RC2 297
149 150 21-10-1876 Smith, Patrick jun. 2 RC2 298
150 152 07-11-1876 Smith, Margaret 6 RC2 297
152 165 20-05-1877 Smith, Michael 95 RC2 298
Inscription:

In remembrance / of / Patrick Smith / died 13 Sept. 1874 / aged 36 years. / Also his children / Mary Eliza aged 8 years / Margaret aged 6 years / Patrick aged 2 years / who died of scarlet fever / in November 1876. / And their grandfather / Michael Smith / died 19th May 1877 aged 95 years.

Notes: See Catherine Deschamp’s headstone 10240.
Links:
Image No: 10266 (9-15)

Biography:

In 1865 Patrick, the son of Michael Smith, married Catherine Mahoney who was born in 1843 in County Limerick, Ireland, the daughter of James and Bridget Mahoney (nee Cane). She arrived in Australia on July 21, 1864 aged 21. Patrick and Catherine had six children. In 1877 Catherine married Louis Deschamp and they had three children. [Deschamp family history LDHS archive.]

Mary Smith

Biography:

Mary was the daughter of Patrick and Catherine Smith.

Patrick Smith jnr

Biography:

Mary was the son of Patrick and Catherine Smith.

Margaret Smith

Biography:

Mary was the daughter of Patrick and Catherine Smith.

Michael Smith

Biography:

Michael was the father of Patrick Smith.

References: Deschamp family history in LDHS archive.

Smith, Thomas and Michael

Thomas Smith

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
94 21 21-10-1866 Smith, Thomas RC3 37/38
21 94 17-01-1939 Elliott, Pheobe Elizabeth 86 RC3 37/38
Inscription:

Gloria in Excelsis Deo / Erected by / Mary Smith / to the memory of her beloved husband / Michael / died 13th January 1873 aged 40 years. / Also their son / Thomas / died 1 October 1866.

Notes:
Burial Register interment date for Thomas is 21 days after inscription death date Links:
Image: 10360 (12-2)

No information.

Michael Smith

Inquest:

Mr Candler, the district coroner, held an inquest on 15th inst. at Brushy Creek on the body of Michael Smith, aged 43 years, a farmer living at Brushy Creek. Deceased was with a man in his employ, Charles Brunning, on the 13th driving bullocks drawing 2 tons of bark, and between the Black Springs and the deceased’s house Brunning went into a house leaving the deceased sitting on the pole of the bullock dray. Brunning came out a few minutes and found the deceased lying dead on his face in the road. The wheel of the dray had passed over his back. The deceased was not intoxicated and the road was a level one. Dr Elmes, who examined the body externally, found a mark such as a wheel would make on the back. Several ribs were crushed in. Death appeared to have been caused by internal injuries such as pressure on the chest would produce. A verdict of accidental death was found. [The Argus 18-01-1873 p1]

References: The Argus 18-01-1873.

 Speers, Annie Elizabeth and Doris

Johnson, Henry and Elsie

Henry Johnson

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
898 11-09-1898 Johnson Henry 27 CE2 151
1114 27-06-1904 Johnson Elsie Lilian 10 CE2 151
6051 1202 13-01-1907 Speers Doris 10m CE2 124
1202 6051 24-08-1959 Speers Annie Elizabeth 83 CE2 124
Inscription:

Annie Elizabeth Speers / of Woori Yallock / died 20.8.1959 / Doris Speers / died 31.1.1907 / Henry Johnson / died 18.9.1898 / Elsie Johnson / died 27.6.1903.

Notes: Also listed under Speers. Burial Register and Argus list Elsie Johnson’s death as 1904. Grave shows 1903.
Links: Image: 10077 (3-1)

Bereavement Notice

Mrs Johnson and Family desire to express their sincere Thanks to Dr Syme for his kind attention during her late husband’s illness, and also to their many friends for their kind sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Annie Johnson. [Lilydale Express 16-09-1898 pg 2]

Elsie Johnson

Death Notice:

JOHNSON – On the 26th June, at Woori Yallock, Elsie Lillian, the dearly beloved eldest daughter of Annie and the late Henry Johnson, aged 10 years and 6 months. A patient little sufferer gone to rest. [The Argus 29-06-1904]

Annie Elizabeth Speers

Biography:

Annie Elizabeth Speers was the daughter of John and Mary Allsop, early Lilydale Pioneers. She married Arthur James Speers, a retired storekeeper at Woori Yallock who died in 1941. [The Argus 16-09-1941 pg4]

Obituary:

Annie Elizabeth Speers – Wandin Yallock lost another of its oldest residents with the death of Mrs Anne Elizabeth Speers at her daughter’s residence in Kew on August 20th. Deceased was the daughter of the late John and Mary Allsop, early pioneers of the Yarra Valley. Three daughters, Lucy (Mrs Read, East Ringwood) Olive (Mrs Copley, Kew) and Stella (Mrs McDonald, Woori Yallock) are left to mourn her passing. [Lilydale Express 28-08-1959 pg9]

References: The Argus 29-06-1904, 16-09-1941; Lilydale Express 16-09-1898, 28- 08-1959.

Stephenson, Susannah

Reakes, Norma Louisa

Susannah Stephenson

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
834 12-07-1897 Stephenson, Susannah 46 CE1 136
1959 918 16-02-1899 Stephenson, John 69 CE1 136
918 1959 10-10-1922 Reakes, Norma Louise 9 days CE1 136
2551 06-09-1933 Stephenson Louisa 57 CE1 135
Inscription:

In loving memory of / our dear parents / Susannah Stephenson / died 12th July 1897 / aged 46. / John Stephenson / died 15th Feby 1899 / aged 69 years. / Gone but not forgotten. / Also their daughter Louisa / died 6th Sept. 1933.

Links: See Dolphin 10021
Image: 10025 (1-25)

Obituary:

We sincerely regret having to record the death of Mrs Susannah Stephenson at her residence Castella St. .. About 8 weeks ago her husband Mr Stephenson was incapacitated with a compound fracture of the right thigh .. Although Mrs Stephenson was compelled to take to her bed, no serious result was anticipated, but her condition [soon] caused anxiety .. during the past fortnight she lay in a state of unconsciousness [through] paralysis of the brain … She leaves a bereaved family of six children … The remains were interred in the Church of England section of the local cemetery. Mr Stevenson has greatly improved. [Lilydale Express 16-07-1897]

John Stephenson

Obituary:

The news of the death of Mr John Stephenson, of Castella Street, Lilydale on Wednesday, was received by all who knew him with the utmost feeling of regret, more particularly as by his removal he leaves a family of six daughter orphans. Up to a week ago the deceased, who was working with Messrs Harman and Nottingham, painting and repairing the Rechabite Hall, appeared, considering his age, 69 years, quite hale and hearty. The funeral takes place this (Friday) afternoon. [Lilydale Express 17-02-1899]

Funeral Report:

Mr John Stephenson…the remains were interred at Lilydale cemetery in the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives, among the number being Messrs Arnall and Jackson, printers and publishers of Melbourne. The coffin was literally covered with beautiful wreaths…The deceased leaves a family of six single daughters. [Lilydale Express 24-02-1899]

Norma Louise Reakes

Biography:

Norma was the grand-daughter of John and Susannah Stephenson.

Thanks:

Reakes – Mr and Mrs C.H. Reakes desire to thank all kind friends for telegrams, letters, cars, floral tributes and all expressions of personal sympathy in their recent very sad and sudden bereavement, especially thanking Dr Short, Sister Higginson and nursing staff of Wynfield private hospital for their kindness. Will all kindly accept this as a personal acknowledgement of our gratitude?
Castella street, Lilydale. [Lilydale Express 2-10-1922]

Louisa Stephenson

Obituary:

The deceased lady had lived here (Castella St) all her life, being the eldest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Stephenson, who rank among the earliest pioneers of the district, the former following the occupation of builder and contractor. On the death of her parents, over 20 years ago, the responsibility of caring for her four younger sisters devolved upon the deceased, and never has such a family trust fallen upon more worthy shoulders. She devoted herself wholly and unrestrainedly to the care of others, which, to a disposition such as hers, afforded her that rare happiness that can only be experienced by those whose life has been one of devotion and self-sacrifice. In latter years, after marriage had claimed her sisters, Miss Stephenson’s kindly and generous nature was manifested in many ways, and her memory will long be cherished by those intimately associated with her. Her long illness was borne with that marked cheerful attitude which marked the whole of her life. Her sisters (Mesdames C.H. Reakes, F. Dawes and Sone, and Miss D. Dolphin [should be F. Dolphin and H. Dolphin]) have received many evidences of the respect and esteem in which the deceased was held [Lilydale Express September 8, 1933 pg 2]

References: Lilydale Express 16-07-1897, 17-02-1899, 24-02-1899, 2-10-1922 and 08-09-1933.

Stewart, David C.

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
1553 14-10-1915 Stewart, David C, 51 P2 30
Inscription:

In memory of / David / beloved husband of / Ada Stewart / died 13th Oct 1914 / aged 50 years.

Links:
Image: 10203 (7-7)

No information.

Stiggants, Henry and Maria Annie

Henry Stiggants

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
2291 03-11-1929 Stiggants, Henry 76 B1 45/46
2291 2895 21-06-1939 Spriggants, Maria Annie 82 B1 45/46
Inscription:

In loving memory / of / my dear husband / Henry Stiggants / who passed away / on 3rd Nov. 1929 / aged 76 years. / Also / Amelia Maria / loving wife of the above / who died 21 June 1939 aged 82 years. / And / Henry Ernest Albert / their son / died 13 July 1947 / loving husband of Isabel. / Life’s day is o’er, farewell.

Notes: Incorrect spelling for Maria in Burial Register and no entry for son Henry Ernest Albert.
Links:
Image No: 10269 (9-18)

No information.

Maria Annie Stiggants

No information.

Supple, Madeline Alice

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
2236 08-10-1928 Supple, Madeline Alice 39 RC2 49

Inscription: In loving memory of / Madeline Alice Supple / died 8th Oct. 1928Notes:
Links:
Image No: 10257 (9-6)

Biography:

Madeline Supple was born Madeline (Agnes) Alice Upton in 1885 and married Michael Wm. Halley Supple. [LDHS files]

Death notice:

Supple – On the 8th October, at ‘Valley View’, Yering, Madeline Agnes, dearly beloved wife of Mr H. Supple, and loving mother of Frank, Norman and Michael. R.I.P. [The Argus 9-10-1928]

Funeral Notice:

Supple – The friends of Mr H. Supple are respectfully informed that the remains of his dearly beloved wife, Madeline Agnes, will be interred in the Lilydale Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from the residence of her mother, ‘Valley View’, Yering, this day (Tuesday) at 3 o’clock. Burton Bros, Undertakers. [The Argus 9-10-1928]

References: The Argus 9-10-1928.

Supple, Michael, Isabella and Mary Ann

Michael Supple

Burial Register Details:

Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
2093 862 31-01-1898 Supple, Michael 62 RC2 3/4
862 2093 19-09-1925 Supple, Isabella 79 RC2 3
2313 18-04-1930 Supple, Mary Ann (Minnie) 50 RC2 4

Inscription:
Sacred to the memory / of / Michael Supple / died 30-1-1898 / Isabella Supple /died 19-9- 1925 / Minnie Supple /died 18-4-1929 / may almighty God / grant them eternal rest
Notes:
Links:
Image: 10407 (14-12)
Biography:
Obituary Notice – The Late Mr M Supple
Michael Supple left Dublin with his parents during the Crimean War (1853-1856) and lived at first in Balwyn with the Glennons (Supple senior’s sister) and then Mitcham where his father and brothers carried on blacksmithing. Michael then left the family home and settled in Yering where he was employed by Paul de Castella and then Baron de Pury. He married Isabella Younger and they had five daughters and two sons. Mr Supple, of ‘The Pines’ died after being thrown from his horse while returning home after a visit to inspect his Stringy Bark property. [Lilydale Express 04-02-1898]

Isabella Supple

Death Notice:
The death occurred on Friday night, September 18, of Mrs Isabella Supple, of Coldstream, at the age of 79 years. The funeral took place on Monday, the remains being followed by a very large number of relatives and friends to the Lilydale Cemetery. [Lilydale Express 23-09-1925]

Mary Ann (Minnie) Supple

Biography:
Mary Ann known as Minnie was the eldest child of Michael and Isabella (Younger) Supple. Minnie was born at Yering on March 9, 1866 was the eldest child. She was a very active person and involved in local activities such as the Yarra Glen Hunt and Lilydale Hunt Club and was secretary of the Coldstream Red Cross led by Dame Nellie Melba. Throughout World War I and the 1920, Minnie was involved in organising functions for the wounded soldiers from the Caulfield Hospital. [Melba and her Mates pg9]

Death Notice:
Supple – On the 18th April, at Winfield private hospital, Lilydale, Mary Ann, dearly beloved daughter of the late Michael and Isabella Supple. R.I.P. [The Argus 19-04-1930] References: Lilydale Express 04-02-1898 and 23-09-1925; The Argus 19-04-1930; Melba and her Mates (Keith Lithgow).

Swanson, John

Burial Register Details:
Previous No. Current No. Date Name Age Section Lot Note
2376 01-07-193 Swanson, John 35 RC2 74

Inscription:

In loving memory / of / my husband / John Swanson / died 30th June 1931 / aged 35 years.

Notes:
Links:
Image No: 10263 (9-12)

Death notice:

Swanson – On the 30th June, at Kew, John, dearly beloved husband of Marjorie, and loving father of Amy. R.I.P. [The Argus 02-07-1931]

Funeral Notice:
Swanson – The friends of the late Mr John Swanson are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Lilydale Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, 9 Wishart St, East Kew, this day (Thursday July 2) at 1.30pm. A. W. Padbury and Co. Funeral Directors, 13 Cotham road, Kew, and branches, Haw 31. [The Argus 02-07-1931]

References: The Argus 02-07-1931.]

Lilydale & District Historical Society Inc.

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Lilydale & District Historical Society Inc.

Contacts:
Sue Thompson (President) 0475 219 884
Joy Gothe 0405 128 964
Lorraine Smith (Court House Manager) 03 9735 1104
Email: info@lilydalehistorical.com.au

Share Your Information with the Society!

Email us your info (and images) to:
info@lilydalehistorical.com.au

Our home is the Old Lilydale Court House @
61 Castella Street, Lilydale 3140
Hours of opening:
Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays 11am to 4pm
Fridays 1 to 4pm
Closed Public Holidays