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St Thomas Anglican Tea Tree

 

Built on land donated by Joseph Barwick, who with his wife, is buried in the cemetery the church was designed by architect Henry Hopkins and built by J.C. Shipley of Richmond. 

It was opened on the 2nd May 1881 and the opening was reported as follows

"The new church in this district was opened on Monday last, May 2, by the Ven. Archdeacon Davenport, assisted by the Revs. Canon Mason, C. J. Brammall, S. B. Fookes, and J. K.Willmer, incumbent, in the presence of a very large congregation, numbers not being able to get inside the church. The building, which is of wood, consists at present of nave, 31 ft. x 16 ft. 6 inches, and porch, 8 ft. x 6 ft. Mr. Hunter, of Hobart, is the architect, and Mr. J. C. Shipley of Richmond, the builder. The church had been prettily decorated for the opening ceremony by the ladies of the congregation, assisted by Mr. J. Ison”

Stained Glass Windows

In Loving memory of Thomas and Amy Long

To the glory of God and in the loving memory of Robert William Booth Born 22nd July 1940 Died 21st July 1956

Headstones in this cemetery were photographed 18 August 2004
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Barwick Alfred Chipman Marie Elaine Lawler Doris E Todd Janet Nola
Barwick Arthur T L Clark Alice May Lawler Elsie Rosina Tonks Hector
Barwick Bertha Cockerill Francis Lawler Michael Tonks Max Edgar
Barwick Charles John Cooper Dean John Lawler Oscar Michael Tonks Mercy
Barwick Emma Louisa Cooper Doris Caroline Lawler Susan Tonks Sydney Thomas Herbert
Barwick Henry A Cooper Lyall William Lawler Susie Dora  
Barwick Ida Lawler Susie Elaine

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Barwick Joseph Andrew

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Long Olive Unknown Jane
Barwick Joseph Duke A N Long Thomas  
Barwick Lloyd Robert Lord Samuel Joseph

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Barwick Louisa R

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  Wall Desmond Samual
Barwick Martha Elizabeth Fahey Thora Innis

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Wall Elizabeth
Barwick Mary Grace Fahey Victor John McConnon Harold Ernest Wall Nellie
Barwick Myra Rosabella Fenton Daniel Clyde   Williams Ada
Barwick Nora Jane Fox Clare Martha

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Williams Albert
Barwick Robert Maurice   Newnham Cyril Aubrey Williams Annie Innis
Bennett Benjamin John

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Newnham Henry Clyde Williams Anthony Woodstock
Bennett Elsie May Gangell Alice   Williams Eliza
Bennett Sidney Horace Gangell Annetta Elizabeth

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Williams Hubert Keith
Booth Brian Keith Gangell George Edward Oakley Elizabeth Williams Ida  Annie Ada Rowena
Booth Donald Stanley Gangell Jacob Oakley John James Williams Ivan Anthony Robert
Booth Emma Gangell John James Oakley Sarah Ann Williams John Bailey
Booth Graeme Edwin Gangell William   Williams Martha Charlotte
Booth James E Grice Dickinson

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Williams Perce John Robert
Booth Jane Grice Mary Parremore Emma Jane Williams Robert
Booth John Parremore Ralph Wilson Max Roy
Booth Keith John

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Booth Mildred R Hardwick Elvena Elizabeth

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Booth Robert William Hardwick Ivan Bertram Rodgers Frederick Sydney  
Booth Stanley William Hardwick Marie Frances Rose Peter Barton  
Booth William John Hart Sandra Leanne    
   

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Salter Michael  
  Kemp Brian Albert Salter Sharon  
  Kemp Shane Anthony Scott Robert James  
       

 

 

 

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