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Bald Knob School Enrollment Complete by Name
Bald Knob School Enrollment Complete by Name
 
 
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Bald Knob school enrollment COMPLETE by Year
Bald Knob school enrollment COMPLETE by Year
 
 
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The First Maleny Pioneers
The First Maleny Pioneers
A wonderful history told by Mr. William Simpson, about the first visitors, and the ones who stayed, all while being helped by the local Aborigines.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Thursday, 25th April 1923 
 
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Mapleton Pioneers
Mapleton Pioneers
The Smith Brothers select ground near Mapleton Falls 1888 
 
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Pioneers Ball at Maleny 1927
Pioneers Ball at Maleny 1927
In honor of the Pioneers. 
 
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Mr James Page and his wife Rebecca nee Fenwick, of the Peachester district, ca 1890.
Mr James Page and his wife Rebecca nee Fenwick, of the Peachester district, ca 1890.
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Pictured back row, L-R: Joseph McCarthy, P. Nothling, John H. Skerman (manager), William Aplin. Front row, L-R: Ludwig Tesch, W. Cambage, Edward (Ted) Lawley, James Cork.
Pictured back row, L-R: Joseph McCarthy, P. Nothling, John H. Skerman (manager), William Aplin. Front row, L-R: Ludwig Tesch, W. Cambage, Edward (Ted) Lawley, James Cork.
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The Co-op was formed at a meeting at Joseph McCarthy's residence near Mountain View Road, on 3 May 1903. The first cans of cream were treated at the Maple Street Butter Factory on the 19 December 1904 and the first shareholder to deliver cream was Mr Alec Bryce of Reesville. The Co-op had three butter factories in all, the last one ceased processing butter in July 1981. The Co-op amalgamated with the Caboolture Co-op on 1 July 1978. Caboolture Co-op then amalgamated with other dairy co-ops in late 1989 forming Queensco.
 
 
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Thomas Cole and Mary (nee Lavery) circa 1890
Thomas Cole and Mary (nee Lavery) circa 1890
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Reference Number: P87493

 
 
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McCarthy's farm circa 1884
McCarthy's farm circa 1884
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Reference Number: P87613


 
 
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Wedding between George Trail and Annie Grundon. 3rd April 1918
Wedding between George Trail and Annie Grundon. 3rd April 1918
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Durundur and Conondale Stations.
Durundur and Conondale Stations.
A recorded history and discription of the Woodford, Bellthorpe and Conondale districts, (the original road to Gympie prior to 1885.) 
 
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Robert and Frances Woof
Robert and Frances Woof
Circa 1900, Buderim. Buderim - Personalities. Robert Woof arrived on Buderim Mountain in 1883 to work at Dixon and Fieldings' sugar mill. He selected 160 acres on the north west slopes (adjoining James Lindsay's property) and built a house for his wife Frances and their five children, Elizabeth, Mary, John, Esther and Frances. He engaged in some small crop farming and eventually extended to bananas and citrus. Robert and Frances (seated).

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Margaret Cranney (later Mrs Jack Thorne)
Margaret Cranney (later Mrs Jack Thorne)
Awarded 'Belle of Caloundra Beach' 1946 
 
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Reginald John Rees
Reginald John Rees
 
 
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Edgar John Rees Sr.
Edgar John Rees Sr.
 
 
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Elizabeth Ada Rees, 1911
Elizabeth Ada Rees, 1911
 
 
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'Caerleon' Reesville 1915
'Caerleon' Reesville 1915
 
 
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Obituary, Esther Jane Rees, (nee Smith) 1928
Obituary, Esther Jane Rees, (nee Smith) 1928
 
 
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Mr. Charles Ringham Thorne and Mrs. Matilda Roumie (Mattie)  with Jack and Edna.
Mr. Charles Ringham Thorne and Mrs. Matilda Roumie (Mattie) with Jack and Edna.
Jack Thorne's 21st Birthday 
 
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Thynne, Andrew Joseph and Mary Williamina (nee Cairncross)
Their son Gerald, and daughter Mabel Mary Josephine
Thynne, Andrew Joseph and Mary Williamina (nee Cairncross) Their son Gerald, and daughter Mabel Mary Josephine
 
 
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Thynne, Andrew Joseph and Mary Elizabeth (nee Cairncross) and their son Gerald and their daughter Mabel Mary Josephine
Thynne, Andrew Joseph and Mary Elizabeth (nee Cairncross) and their son Gerald and their daughter Mabel Mary Josephine
 
 
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Cairncross, William and his daughter Fanny Matilda
Cairncross, William and his daughter Fanny Matilda
 
 
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Cairncrosss, Elizabeth Mary (nee Edmundston)
Cairncrosss, Elizabeth Mary (nee Edmundston)
 
 
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Cairncross, Elizabeth Mary (nee Edmondston)
Cairncross, Elizabeth Mary (nee Edmondston)
 
 
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Cairncross, Jane Georgiana and her sister Millicent Ann
Cairncross, Jane Georgiana and her sister Millicent Ann
 
 
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Scott, Peter and Mary (nee Crawford) their children Walter John and Maude Lander
Scott, Peter and Mary (nee Crawford) their children Walter John and Maude Lander
 
 
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Burton, William and Sarah Eliza (nee Alcock) and their son Bertram Percy and his wife Clara Esther (nee Narnst)
Burton, William and Sarah Eliza (nee Alcock) and their son Bertram Percy and his wife Clara Esther (nee Narnst)
 
 
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Traill, Alfred Donaldson and Jane (nee Cannon)
Traill, Alfred Donaldson and Jane (nee Cannon)
 
 
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The Recent Catastrophe in the Straits or Sunda caused by the eruption of Mount Krakatoa. 25th August 1883
The Recent Catastrophe in the Straits or Sunda caused by the eruption of Mount Krakatoa. 25th August 1883
Story conveyed from the steamer 'Nowshera' and 'Roma'

Transcribed from 'The Queenslander' 29 September 1883 (page 28).
This wonderful article was supplied by 'Steve Murphy' 
 
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Pte Arthur Dalgetta Lewis
Pte Arthur Dalgetta Lewis
Studio portrait of 4167 Private (Pte) Arthur Dalgetta Lewis, 25th Battalion, of Shell Harbour, NSW. A clerk prior to enlistment, he embarked with the 10th Reinforcements from Brisbane aboard HMAT Commonwealth on 28 March 1916. While serving in the Somme Valley, France, Pte Lewis was killed in action on 14 November 1916, aged 21. He was buried at Warlencourt British Cemetery, France.
 
 

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