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Ouse  Anglican St John Of Baptist

Built in 1842 on land donated by Walter Angus Bethune (1794-1885) who was the son of a presbyterian minister but who converted to the Anglican Church, the building is of stone and rubble and has a small bell turret and was consecrated 9th May, 1867.  Cost of the building was met by local contributions and voluntary labour. 

The stained glass windows in the church are dedicated to early pioneers and another was installed in 1943 to celebrate the centenary of completion date. 

The bell is said to have come from Port Arthur. 

In 1982 extensive renovations were carried out with the north west wall being entirely replaced from locally quarried sandstone.

 

Headstones in this cemetery were photographed 7th September 2007
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Bannister Annie Gellibrand Thomas William Lane Alfred William Parker Edward Squires Thomas
Bethune Annie Emily   Lane Annie Parker Ella Rose Stanfield Emily
Bethune John Charles H Lane Annie Louisa Parker Frank D Stock Elizabeth
Bethune Louisa Gellibrand Haewood William Lane Christina Parker Jane Stock John Edward
Bethune Malcolm Haewood William2 Lane Effie Parker Joseph Stock Joseph
Bethune Mary Louisa Hall Elizabeth Lane Elsie Vivian Pilcher Esther Lewis Stock Robert
Bethune Walter Ross Munro Harrex Alfred William Lane Eva Jane Pilcher Jane Stock Sarah
Bigwood Margaret Harrex Hannah Rachel Lane George John Pilcher John

Swan Winifred Mary             

Blackwell Daniel Hart Charles H Lane James Pilcher John2  
Blackwell George H Higgins Sophia Lane James2 Pilcher John3 T
Blackwell William Henry Hitt Robert Lane Sarah Lucy Pilcher Unknown Temple Alfred William Clarence
Bowerman George Holmes Ada Janet Langdon Annie Pogson George William Temple Charlotte
Burns Harold Keith Holmes John Langdon Henry Tyler   Temple Robert John David
Burris Edward Hood John Latham Ellen R Tomlin Mona
    Latham William Pennefather Rawlinson Fanny Triffett Barbara H
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Long James Richards George  
Cox Christina Jenkins Annie   Rodda Albert Thomas U
Cox Edward Jenkins William M Rodda Alma Alice Unknown Catherine
Cox Edward2 Johnston Thomas Maquarrie Hector Rodda Ernest Henry Unknown Sarah Mary
Cox Edward George Jones Annie McCallum Amy Victoria Rodda Jane Unknown William
  Jones Athol McCallum George William Rodda Richard Vale Unknown 6

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Jones Thomas McIntyre Thomas Edward Rodda Richard Vale 2 Unknown 8
Daly Maria Agnes   McKay Elizabeth Weymouth Rodda W J  
Davis Catherine K   Rolls Charles  

Dicker Mary Margaret

Keats Harriett

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Rolls John  
  Keats Sylla Eleanor Sarah Nicholas George Clarence Rolls Margaret  
E Keats William Nicholas Henric Rose Alice Florence  
Ellis Annie Jane King Emma Louise Nicholas Henric Clarence    
Ellis Jessie F King John Nicholas Minnie S W
Ellis Johanna Kitchen Frank Hedley   Smith John Wrigley Doris Eileen
Eyles Annie Kitchen Sara Ann O Smith John Wrigley Robert
Eyles Ellen Louisa Kitchin George James Orr Jean Annie Smith Mary  
Eyles George Kitchin Hedley John   Squires George Henry  
Eyles Lewis Edward Knight Edward Fletcher   Squires Jane  
Eyles Sarah        
         

 

Thank you to Kathryn Archibald for taking new photos and identifying some of the unknown headstones to add to the data base

 

 

 

 

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