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Does anyone recognize these two cricketers or where this photo was taken? ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Does anyone recognize these two cricketers or where this photo was taken?

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We believe this youngster may be a Terang cricketer. Photo probably taken in 2001 or 2002....anyone got a clue as to his name?

Tim Keane any idea who this young cricketer might be? Taken around the time Terang cricket ground opened.

My guess Ray Bright

Is it Ray Bright or Graham Yallop

Mortlake High School

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Garvoc Cemetery Trust needs your help. Do you know of anyone buried in Garvoc without a headstone? Please read their message and get in touch if you can help. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Garvoc Cemetery Trust needs your help. Do you know of anyone buried in Garvoc without a headstone? Please read their message and get in touch if you can help.

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A distant cousin HAYHOE STANLEY 1903, infant son of James Lee Hayhoe and Ellen 'Nellie' (nee Lambert). Her parents 'WILLIAM LAMBERT 1908' & 'LOUISA LAMBERT 1889' (nee Ball).

Tammy Discher I think the John Gallagher is John Gallagher snr as John Gallagher was born here and his father was born in 1814 in Ireland his wife was a Mary however the date of death for the Mary Gallagher on the list doesn’t fit with being his wife given when she died.

The Lambert grave used to marked with a footplate.

Claire Gibbons

I know the two bairds

Can some one make the names bigger and clear

Jenny Meade

Leanne Fleming

Maree Togni

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Are you looking for something to do on Sunday? Come along to the museum and check out what we have on display, have a chat and a cuppa in the warmth. Will look forward to seeing you. Stay warm and dry. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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We had a great afternoon Margaret and Bob, thanks for all your help and great hospitality cheers Sheryl and Brian Lamb

Does anyone know of the existence of interior photographs of Dalvui homestead at Noorat showing the Hill & Son pipe organ placed in the dining room in 1909. Shortly afterwards, Niel W. Black went on a voyage to England and lost his life in the Waratah disaster off the African coast. The organ was then moved to Geelong Grammar School. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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John, I will make some enquires for you.

This Sunday our museum will be open once again from 1 -4 pm. Come along and visit us if you can and have a cuppa and a chat. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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Ian Collins

We are going arnt we Brian Braz Lamb

A fantastic photoPort Fairy express crossing Mackinnons Bridge, c. 1900. Not sure what I love most about this photo - is it the steam train or the wonderful trestle bridge? State Library of Victoria Image H2013.70/22 ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

A fantastic photo

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I remember an old bridge there too!

Brilliant photograph .I can remember an old McKinnons Bridge but not sure it is this one.I am thinking I remeber the bridge in the 40,/50,s.

I remember an old bridge there too!

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