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7881 Woodstock congregational cemetery, Milton BURKINSHAW, James Robert (I18743)
7882 Woogaroo Asylum, Goodna
Emma was incarcerated at Woogaroo Asylum for the Insane at Goodna, Ipswich due to some type of mental illness [undisclosed on her death certificate]. She died there at the age of 42 years. None of her family is listed on her death certificate. There was no religious minister to bury her in the asylum's adjacent cemetery.
The asylum was opened in 1865. 
SMITH, Emma (I13980)
7883 Woogoroo Asylum Cemetery, Goodna SMITH, Emma (I13980)
7884 Wool Spinner, Farmer BEISSEL, August Heinrich Christian (I77)
7885 Woombye cemetery LEU, August Wilhelm (I17418)
7886 Woombye cemetery SINGLETON, Elizabeth Jane (I17445)
7887 Woombye cemetery TAINTON, Albert (I17450)
7888 Woombye Cemetery, Maroochy Shire, Queensland, Australia GRAY, Flora (I2160)
7889 Woombye Cemetery, Maroochy Shire, Queensland, Australia HENKEY, George Martin (I16539)
7890 Woombye cemetery, Queensland AULD, Rose (I3089)
7891 Worker (Brisbane), Monday 30 May 1955, page 7

Annie Gertrude Moorcraft (or (a) Annie Gertrude Turner (or Turner-Moorcroft), late of Teneriffe, Brisbane, wife of David Turner-Moorcroft. (b) 23rd July, 1953. (c) David Turner Moorcroft, of Teneriffe, Brisbane, (d) Resub. 1, sub. 2, sec. 4, E.S.A. 54, parish, North Brisbane. (d) Fee-simple, (f) Will dated 10th September, 1944. 
PRIOR, Annie Gertrude (I19003)
7892 Worker (Brisbane, Qld), Monday 26 August 1946, page 12

(a) Michael Joseph Byrne, late of Ipswich, (b) 18th April, 1946. (c) Ellen Byrne, of the same place, widow of deceased, (d) Resub. 2, sub; 1. allot. 7 and of resub. 2. sub. 1, part allots. 7, 8, 20, and of allot. 21, sec. 1. city Ipswich, (e) Fee-simple. (1) Will dated 6th July, 1926.

Note: (a) Name of deceased proprietor; (b) Date of death; (c) Name of claimant; (d) Description, and situation of land; (e) Estate claimed to be transmitted; (f) Particulars of will or otherwise. 
BYRNE, Michael Joseph (I5324)
7893 Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 18 December 1950, page 12

(a) Bertha Neumann, late of Ipswich, widow. (b) 14th March, 1950. (c) Carl Adolf Gerhard Dohler, of the same place, as Devisee in Trust (d) Sub. 2, allots 1, 16. sec. 19, city Ipswich. (e) Fee - simple, (f) Will dated 24th June, 1943. 
KAMP, Bertha Auguste Marie (I17660)
7894 Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 20 November 1950, page 16

(a) Leonard William Rossow, late of Mooloolah. (b) 7th Jan., 1949. (c) Carl Leonard Bossow, Ronald Valentine RosSow, Roy Gustav Rossow and Norman Edward Rossow, all of Mooloolah, as Devisees in Trust (d) Sub. 2, por. 77V, parish Bribie. (e) Fee-simple. (f) Will dated 29th December, 1948. 
ROSSOW, Leonard William (I114)
7895 Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 25 February 1946, page 16

(a) Wilhelm Christian Schmidt, late of Fairney View, (b) 7th April, 1845. (c) Sarah Schmidt, of the same place, widow of the deceased, and Ludwig Wilhelm Linning, of Glamorgan Vale, as Devisees in Trust. (d) Por. 4V, parish North. (e) Fee-simple. (f) Will and Codicil dated 29th September, 1915 and 24th April, 1918, respectively.

The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Saturday 19 May 1945, page 6

Deceased: WILHELM CHRISTIAN SCHMIDT, late of Fairney View, Farmer. Applicants: SARAH SCHMIDT, of Fairney view, the lawful Widow of the deceased, and LUDWIG WILHELM LINNING, of Glamorgan Vale, Storekeeper, the Executors appointed by the Will and one Codicil thereto, dated 29th September, 1915, and 24th April, 1918. respectively.
Solicitors: WALKER & WALKER, Bell Street, Ipswich. 
SCHMIDT, Wilhelm Christian (I18384)
7896 Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 28 December 1942, page 6

Name of Deceased Proprietor. - Benjamin Charles Hall, late of Bauple.
Date of Death. - 18th December, 1941.
Names of Claimants. - Wilhelmine Johanna Bertha (otherwise Wilhelmina Bertha) Hall, widow of deceased, Frank William Hall, both of the same place, Grace Mary Hall, of Woodford, wife of Arthur James Hall, and Beatrice Stella Lane, of Woolooga, wife of John Thomas Lane, as Trustees.
Description and Situation of Land. - Subdivisions 2 to 6 and 11 of portion 1278, county of March, parish of Gundiah.
Estate Claimed to be Transmitted. - Fee-simple.
Particulars of Will or Otherwise. - Will dated 15th July, 1940.
Date within which Caveat may be lodged. - 2nd February, 1943. 
HALL, Benjamin Charles (I17593)
7897 Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 5 February 1951, page 12.

(a) Edith Evelyn Robinson, late of Ascot, Brisbane, spinster, (b) 14th Mar., 1949. — (c) Thomas George Robinson, of Willoughby, New South Wales. (d) (One undivided moiety in allot. 5, sec 65, city Toowoomba. (e) Fee-simple. (f) Will dated 1 February, 1945. 
ROBINSON, Edith Evelyn (I19731)
7898 Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Monday 5 March 1945, page 12

(a) Wilhelm Friedrich Maroski (otherwise Wilhelm Gotlieb Maroske), late of Sherlwood, near Murgon. (b) 9th May, 1943. (c) Emilie Maroske, of the same place, widow of deceased. (d) Por. 71, parish Cloyna; sub. 3, por. 48A, parish Tarampa. (e) Fee-simple. (f) Will dated 17th August, 1921. 
MAROSKE, Wilhelm Frederick Gottlieb (I9717)
7899 Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Tuesday 9 September 1941, page 19

Name of Deceased Proprietor. - Louisa Embrey, late of Wynnum Central, Brisbane, widow.
Date of Death. - 27th March, 1941.
Names of Claimants. - Albert Embrey and Andrew James Embrey, both of Tallegalla, via Rosewood, as Devisees in Trust.
Description and Situation of Land. - Subdivisions 364 and 365 of portion 55, county of Stanley, parish of Tingalpa.
Estate Claimed to be Transmitted. - Fee simple.
Particulars of Will or Otherwise. - Will and Codicil dated 19th October, 1917, and 17th February, 1926, respectively.
Date within which Caveat may be Lodged. - 14th October, 1941. 
SCOTT, Louisa (I412)
7900 Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 - 1955), Wednesday 29 February 1928, page 17

Searchers have found the body of a man named W. Prefke in a paddock near Windera Creek. His horse was grazing nearby. Prefke left Gayndah for his home on Monday of last week. He was advised not to attempt to cross the creek, but as he did not reach home search parties were sent out. 
PROFKE, Willie (I6563)
7901 Workshops Estate, North Ipswich, Qld WALKER, William Edward (I1193)
7902 World War II DOMJAHN, Henry George (I1488)
7903 World War II BIDDLE, Mervyn (I14498)
7904 Woronora cemetery
Anglican - Section AD - 0606 
HOHENHAUS, Wilhelm Ernst (I6479)
7905 Woronora cemetery
Anglican - Section AD - 0606 
JOYCE, James Emerton (I2201)
7906 Woronora Cemetery
Church of England Section 
WHITE, Caroline (I16434)
7907 Woronora Cemetery
Church of England Section 
WHITE, Thomas (I16437)
7908 Woronora Cemetery
Church of England Section 
WOODCOCK, John (I16440)
7909 Woronora Cemetery
Church of England Section 
HARVEY, Esther Ellen (I16442)
7910 Woronora Cemetery
Church of England Section 
O'CONNOR, Catherine Elizabeth (I16441)
7911 Woronora Cemetery
Church of England Section 
WHITE, Charles George (I16435)
7912 Woronora cemetery
Presbyterian - Section FF - 0009 
JOYCE, Amelia Ann (I2231)
7913 Woronora cemetery
Presbyterian - Section FF - 0009 
HARRIS, George (I2234)
7914 Woronora Cemetery & Crematorium GREATHEAD, Lavinia (I20188)
7915 Woronora cemetery, Sydney
Roman Catholic Monumental - Section 3 - 0941 
JOYCE, William Richard (I2202)
7916 Woronora General Cemetery
Roman Catholic Monumental , Section 3, # 0704 
EGAN, Bridget Ann (I18566)
7917 Wounded 9/6/1917 - gunshot wound to right arm. Discharged from hospital 10/7/1917. 23/2/1918 to hospital with illness, back to troops 3/4/1918. 31/1/1919 to hospital with influenza - died 8/2/1919.

Regimental number 6022
Place of birth; Public School Hillgrove, N.S.W.
Religion; Roman Catholic
Occupation: Miner
Address: Mt Morgan, Queensland
Marital status: Married
Age at embarkation: 35
Next of kin: Wife, Mrs E M McCrohon, Stover Street, Mt Morgan, Queensland
Enlistment date: 12 July 1916
Rank on enlistment: Sapper
Unit name Tunnelling Companies, December 1916 Reinforcements
AWM Embarkation Roll number 16/15/3
Embarkation details: Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A38 Ulysses on 25 October 1916
Rank from Nominal Roll; Sapper
Unit from Nominal Roll: 1st Tunnelling Company
Fate: Died of disease 8 February 1919
Place of death or wounding: Belgium
Age at death: 38
Age at death from cemetery records 38
Place of burial Charleroi Communal Cemetery (Row S, Grave No. 8), Belgium
Panel number, Roll of Honour, Australian War Memoriala: 27
Miscellaneous information from cemetery records
Parents: Louis and Elizabeth Mary MCCROHON; husband of Ella MCCROHON, Stover Street, Mount Morgan, Queensland. Native of Barraba, New South Wales 
MCCROHON, Henry Louis (I20733)
7918 WWII

Noted here as witnessing this event.
W/O A. S. Appleton went missing during an attack on a locomotive northwest of Munster on 18 December 1944, whilst flying Spitfire XIV, RM699. He was seen to bale out by Warrant Officer Viv Rossow (see Pilots R) after being hit by flak, and became a POW. Appleton's loss was considered a sad one by the Squadron as "it was agreed that he was an outstanding N.C.O. pilot". Eight locomotives were damaged and stopped by the Squadron around Munster that day. (Source: 41 Squadron ORB, PRO Air 27/426) (see RAAF records

This article appeared in the Brisband "Courier Mail" on 7 April 1945:

Queensland Spitfire pilots nave again been in the forefront of the battle against German jet planes over Europe.
Recently Warrant Officer V. J. Rossow, of Nanango, flying one of the latest five-blade propellor Spits., was on patrol when he saw a Messerschmitt 262 jet aircraft preparing to land.
"I closed in on him and gave him a long burst," said Rossow. "I noticed strikes around his wing and tail-plane, but he streaked away before I had time to get to another shot."
With Flying Officer E. Gray, of Toowoomba, Rossow then climbed to 6000ft. Gray noticed another jet aircraft 1000ft. below, and dived on it.
"I saw the flashes of my bullets hitting the cockpit of the jet," said Gray, "and saw the jet, apparently out of control, falling through cloud."
On the previous afternoon Gray sighted a Messerschmitt 110. Gray closed in and scored hits on the German plane, and before Gray could turn to attack again, one of his comrades finished off the Messerschmitt. 
ROSSOW, Vivian James (I72)
7919 Yarraman Cemetery
Juillerat, Leslie Gordon, b. Feb 09, 1901, d. Jun 01, 1997, Dear Father, Pop and Great-pop 
JUILLERAT, Leslie Gordon (I1545)
7920 Yarraman Cemetery ECKART, Rudolf August Frederick (I328)

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