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7961 The Courier-Mail, Monday 6 October 1952, page 12

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LOBEGEIGER. - The Relatives and Friends of the late Amelia Christina Lobegeiger of Tarome, are invited to attend her Funeral, to leave the Church ot Christ, Rosevale, after Service, commencing at 12 o'clock, To-day (Monday), for the Rosevale Church of Christ Cemetery.
O. BOTTCHER & SON. Funeral Directors Ipswich. 
LOBEGEIGER, Christina Amelia (I13470)
 
7962 The Courier-Mail, Monday 8 January 1951, page 12

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IN MEMORIAM

SCHIMKE. Gustav Carl. - In sad and loving memory of my dear Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, whom God called home to rest, 8th January, 1950.
The January stars are shining.
On a grave not far away.
Where we laid our darling Daddy,
Just one year ago to-day.
The flowers we place upon his grave,
May wither and decay.
But the love for the one who lies beneath.
Will never fade away.
You will never be forgotten, dear Daddy,
True love never dies.
The dearest spot on earth to us.
Is where your body lies.
Dearly remembered by your loving Daughter, Son-in-law, and Granddaughter, Joan, John and little Beverley. 
SCHIMKE, Gustav Carl (I7091)
 
7963 The Courier-Mail, Monday 8 January 1951, [age 12

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IN MEMORIAM
ROSSOW, Leonard William. - In loving memory of our dear Husband and Father, who passed away on the 7/1/49.
Life moves on, but memories stay,
As near and dear as yesterday.
Inserted by his loving Wife, and Daughter, Hazel, and Son, Roy, and Family. 
ROSSOW, Leonard William (I114)
 
7964 The Courier-Mail, Monday 9 April 1934, page 2

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Name of Deceased Proprietor.-Albertine Pauline Bertha Eckart, late of Coorparoo, Brisbane, widow.
Date of Death.-12th January. 1934.
Names of claimants-Bertha Maria Anna Blumel of Wynnum, Brisbane, wife of Wilhelm Otto Gustav Blumel, and Bertha Anna Meta Poulton, of East Brisbane, wife of Joseph Alfred Poulton, as Devisees in Trust.
Description and Situation of Land.
Resubdivision 139 of subdivision 2 of portion 58, county of Stanley, parish of Bulimba.
Estate Claimed to be Transmitted.
Fee-simple.
Particulars of Will or Otherwise.-Will dated 5th January, 1928. Date within which Caveat may be Lodged.-15th May, 1934. 
KURTZE, Albertine Pauline Bertha (I323)
 
7965 The Courier-Mail, Monday 9 December 1940, page 18

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FUNERAL NOTICES
HOHENHAUS. - The Relatives and Friends of the late Wilhelm Freiderick Hohenhaus (Senior), of Moogerah, are invited to attend his Funeral, to leave the Methodist Church, Boonah, after service, commencing at 10.45, This (Monday) Morning, for the Boonah Cemetery.
ABELL BROS., Funeral Directors, BOONAH. 
HOHENHAUS, Wilhelm Friedrich (I6537)
 
7966 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 1 June 1940, page 16

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND.
In the WILL of ALFRED EMBREY, late of Wynnum Central, in the state of Queensland, Retired Farmer, deceased. Notice is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen days from the date the publication hereof application will be made to this Honourable Court that PROBATE of the WILL of the abovenamed Alfred Embrey deceased may be granted to FREDERICK EMBREY of Lark Hill via Walloon in the State of Queensland Farmer and REUBEN EMBREY of Tallegalla via Rosewood in the said State Farmer lawful Sons of the said deceased the Executors named in the said Will. Any person interested who deslres to object to this application, or to be heard upon it may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made.
Dated the Twenty-seventh day of May HARGREAVES & HARGREAVES, Solicitors for the said Executors, Nicholas Street, Ipswich.

The Courier-Mail, Wednesday 11 September 1940, page 13

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PROBATE GRANTED
Alfred Embrey, Wynnum Central, retired farmer, realty £930, personalty £88.
Death duties and debts, if any, have not been deducted. 
EMBREY, Alfred (I406)
 
7967 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 10 August 1935, page 4

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
QUEENSLAND.
In the WILL of HEINRICH EDUART (also called HEINRICH EDWARD) ZIELKE late of Hoya, near Boonah, in the State of Queensland, Farmer, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof application will be made to this Honourable Court that PROBATE of the WILL of the above named Heinrich Eduart (also called Heinrich Edward) Zielke deceased may be granted to EMIL CARL ZIELKE of Hoya, near Boonah in the State of Queensland Farmer a lawful Son of the said deceased and CHOLMONDELEY BURNETT DARVALL of Boonah aforesaid Solicitor, the Executors named in the said Will. Any person interested who desires to object to the application or to be heard upon it may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the Grant is made.
Dated this fifth day of August, 1935. C. B. DARVALL, Solicitor for the said Executors, Boonah, Brisbane Agents: - OSBORNE & WAUGH, Solicitors, Queen Street, Brisbane. 
ZIELKE, Heinrich Edwart (I2286)
 
7968 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 10 December 1949, page 11

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND. In the Will of HERBERT JAMES POCOCK, late of Brisbane Road, Bundamba. In the State of Queensland. Retired Railway Employee, deceased. Notice is hereby given that after the expiration of Fourteen Days from the date of the publication hereof application will be made to this Honour able Court that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed HERBERT JAMES POCOCK deceased may be granted to BERYL MARY POCOCK Spinster of Brisbane Road, Bundamba. In the State of Queensland the Sole Executrix named in the said Will. Any person interested who desires to object to the application, or to be heard upon it, may file a caveat in the Registry at any time before the Grant is made. Dated the Sixth Day of December, 1949. HARGREAVES & HARGREAVES. Solicitors for the said Sole Executrix. Nicholas Street, Ipswich. 
POCOCK, Herbert James (I14561)
 
7969 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 10 October 1936, page 1

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FUNERAL NOTICES
ALBRECHT. - The Relatives and Friends of the late August Albrecht, of Tingal Road, Wynnum Central, are invited to attend his Funeral, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Parlour, Petrie Bight, This (Saturday) Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery.
ALEX. GOW. 
ALBRECHT, August Ernest Frederick (I18442)
 
7970 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 11 March 1950, page 16

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ALFORD.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. Keane (Torbanlea), Mr. and Mrs. W. Rossow (Cleveland), Mr. and Mrs. J. Alford, Mr. and Mrs. G. Alford, Mr. and Mrs. W. Alford (Ipswich), and Mr. and Mrs. H. Alford Sydney) and Families are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, George Alford, senior, late of Cleveland, and formerly of Raceview, to leave the Funeral Chapel, Limestone street, Ipswich, at 10 o'clock, This (Saturday) Morning, for the Ipswich Cemetery. Service at 9.40.
O. BOTTCHER & SON, Funeral Directors, Ipswich. 
ALFORD, George (I264)
 
7971 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 14 April 1934, page 20

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Tronc-Parsons

Mr. Herbert David Tronc (elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Tronc, Targo Street Bundaberg) and Miss Ruby Margaret Parsons (second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Parsons, 862 New Sandgate Road, Clayfield) were married In the Manly Church of England on April 4 by the Rev. G. L. A. Peters. Miss Harwood was the organist. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a frock of ivory satin and angelskin lace, with a lace train lined with shell pink mariette. Her embroidered tulle veil was lent by MTS. G. Field. The matron of honour (Mrs. Grace Field) chose rose pink satin, trimmed with gold sequinned sprays, and a pink tulle veil. The flower girls were Misses Dawn Menzies and Marjorie Field (nieces of the bride), Mr. Ronald Parsons (brother of the bride) was best man. A wedding breakfast was given at the home of Mrs. D. H, Menzies (sister of the bride), Mountjoy Terrace, Manly. The bride's mother wore navy crinkley crepe with a navy and white hat. Leaving for the honeymoon the bride wore a travelling frock of sand-coloured pebble crepe relieved with salmon pink and a black velvet toque. 
Family F29609
 
7972 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 15 April 1944, page 3

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5 INJURED WHEN TRUCK CAPSIZES
MARYBOROUGH, Friday. - Five people were injured, one seriously, when a motor truck overturned on the Gayndah Road this afternoon, they were:
Robert William Bolton, 60, single, of Yerra, fractured skull; condition grave. Allen Bandholz, 12, deep gash over right eye, minor injuries, and shock. William Arthur Bandholz, of Yerra, driver of the truck; his wife, Mrs. Bandholz; and Dudley Bandholz, his son, minor injuries. Bolton and Allen Bandholz were admitted to the Maryborough General Hospital; the other three were allowed to go home after they had received attention at the hospital. 
BOLTON, Robert William (I2760)
 
7973 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 16 July 1949, page 8

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RE ELIZABETH POCOCK, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having any CLAIMS or DEMANDS upon or against the Estate of Elizabeth Pocock late of McIllwraith Avenue Coorporoo Brisbane in the State of Queensland Widow deceased who died at Brisbane aforesaid on the First day of June One thousand nine hundred and forty-nine are hereby required to send in in duplicate and in writing particular of their debts or claims to DOROTHY ELIZABETH BETTS of Caboolture in the said State the lawful daughter of the said deceased the Executrix named in the Will of the said deceased at the Office MESSIEURS KING AND GILL Solicitors of 33 Queen Street Brisbane on or before Monday the Fifth day of September One thousand nine hundred and Forty-nine and that after the expiration of the last mentioned date the said Dorothy Elizabeth Betts will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the debts or claims of which she shall then have had notice and that she will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose debt or claim she shall not have had notice at the time of such distribution. Dated this Eighth day of July, 1949. KING & GILL, Solicitors for the Executrix, 33 Queen Street. Brisbane. 
BOON, Elizabeth (I17483)
 
7974 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 18 April 1936, page 1

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IN MEMORIAM
BADKE. - In loving memory of our dear Father and Father-in-law, Herman, who departed this life 18th April, 1935. Also our dear Mother and Mother-in-law, Anna, who departed this life 8th February, 1932.
Inserted by Millie, Jack, and Son, also Ethel, Percy, and Family.
"Always Remembered." 
BADKE, Hermann (I271)
 
7975 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 2 April 1938, page 2

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Farmer's Fatal Fall
BOONAH, Friday. - Alfred Charles May, 45, farmer, of Milford, died in the Boonah Hospital to-day from injuries he received when he was thrown from his horse on to a concrete road way between Boonah and Dugandan last night. The base of May's skull was fractured. He leaves a widow and 10 children.


Queensland Times (Ipswich) (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Saturday 2 April 1938, page 8

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FARMER'S DEATH.
FOUND UNCONSCIOUS
ON ROAD.
Believed to Have Fallen from Horse.
BOONAH, April 1.
Found in an unconscious condition on the concrete road between Boonah and Dugandan at 11 o'clock on Thursday night, Alfred Charles May, 45, a farmer at Milford, was taken by Ambulance to the General Hospital where he died at noon to-day without regaining consciousness.
May, who was a quiet, industrious farmer, rode on horseback to Boonah on Thursday afternoon and left for home about 10.30 p.m. He was last seen cantering along High-street in the direction of Milford. The horse he was riding was known frequently to shy at objects on the roadside, and it is assumed that the animal shied and that May was thrown, his head evidently striking the concrete.
A young man named Wyllle found the unconscious man and immediately telephoned for the Ambulance. May was conveyed to the hospital suffering a severe fracture of the base of the skull. Beyond a slight cut on his ear from which he bled profusely, there were not other surface injuries.
Upon May's admittance to hospital, Sergeant Gilmartin was advised, and police inquiries to-day, it was stated, revealed circumstances leading to the belief that May was thrown from his horse.
Deceased leaves a wife and family of nine, the eldest of whom is married. Others, however, are of tender years. 
MAY, Alfred Charles (I18228)
 
7976 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 2 September 1933, page 15

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Mr. C. F. Dieckmann.
Mr Carl Frederick Dieckmann, one of the oldest pioneers of the Fassifern district, died on Sunday night at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. I. J. McCallum, Booval, where he had spent the last five years. He had attained the age of 82 years. About 12 months ago he had a stroke, which left him almost helpless. The funeral took place to the Kalbar cemetery. The late Mr. Dieckmann was born in Kreugkrug, Kreis Templin Komgruch, Germany. He left Germany with his parents and sister in 1865, and arrived in Australia early in 1866, thence going to Ipswich. His first work in this country was tending sheep near Loamside. Later he worked for Mr. Bostock, surveyor, and had various other jobs around Normanby. In the year 1873 he selected land in Fassifern district, near Kalbar. In 1874 he married Miss Friderika Schmeidt. The late Mr. Dieckmann is survived by three sons-Messrs. John F., Charles F., and Frederick W. Dieckmann, all residing near Kalbar and four daughters - Mesdames C. Davis, Kalbar, F. J. McCallum, Booval, F. W. Wildey, Widgee Widgee, and B. W. Strachan, Wallangarra. There are also 20 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. 
DIECKMANN, Carl Friedrich (I6046)
 
7977 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 2 September 1939, page 12

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Funeral Directors.
BADKE. - The Relatives and Friends of the late August Ferdinand Badke, of Park St., Boonah, are invited to attend his Funeral, to leave the Church of England, Boonah, at 3 o'clock, This (Saturday) Afternoon, for the Boonah Cemetery.
ABELL BROS. 
BADKE, August Ferdinand (I2255)
 
7978 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 20 October 1934, page 11

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THE LAW COURTS
WOMAN GRANTED DIVORCE
Husband Lives With Married Daughter
A case in which a wife, who is working on a dairy farm near Murgon, petitioned for the dissolution of her marriage with her husband, who is living in Murgon with their married daughter, aged nearly 18 years, came before his Honour Mr. Justice E. A. Douglas, in the Supreme Court yesterday. She had asked her husband to return to her but he had replied that he would not be happy, and had declined.
The plaintiff was Elizabeth Hill Houston Suchting, and the defendant Alfred Suchting, also of Murgon. Mr. T. McLaughlin (instructed by Mr. Kevin W. Murphy), appeared for the plaintiff, and there was no appearance of the defendant. The plaintiff gave evidence that she was married to the defendant according to the rites of the church of Christ on September 4, 1916. There were three children of the marriage. The eldest was a daughter, 17 years and 10 months of age, who was married. The ages of the other children were 16 and 12 years, resepectively. After their marriage, the plaintiff and the defendant lived together at Gayndah, Eumundi, Gympie, Toogoolawah, and other places. In February, 1929, the defendant told her he would not continue to live with her and left her. He had given her no support since then. He had been drinking.
Mr. McLaughlin: Did you rouse on him for drinking? - Yes.
Her husband was living in Murgon with their married daughter.
His Honour: Have you fallen out with your daughter? - No.
His Honour: Has your daughter taken compassion on him? - Yes.
He lived in a tent, and when our daughter married she took him into her home.
Does your husband do any work? - He works a week and rests a month.
The plaintiff added that she was earning her own living by working on a dairy farm on a share basis.
His Honour: Are you making a success of it? - Yes.
A rule nisi was granted for the dissolution of the marriage, returnable in three months, with costs against the defendant. 
Family F30272
 
7979 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 22 April 1933, page 1

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND.
In the WILL of GUSTAV ROBERT HAHN late of Boonah in the State of Queensland Retired Farmer Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof application will be made to this Honourable Court that PROBATE of the WILL of the above named Gustav Robert Hahn deceased may be granted to OTTO ROBERT HAHN of Coulson near Boonah in the State of Queensland Farmer a Son of the said deceased and AUGUST PODLICH of Hoya near Boonah aforesaid Farmer, the Executors named in the said Will. Any person interested who desires to object to the application or to be heard upon it may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made.
Dated this Eighteenth day of April 1933.
C. B. DARVALL Solicitor for the said Executors Boonah.
Town Agents: OSBORNE & WAUGH solicitors Queen Street Brisbane.


The Courier-Mail, Monday 11 September 1933, page 2

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Name of Deceased Proprietor. - Gustav Robert Hahn, late of Boonah.
Date of Death. - 29th March, 1933.
Names of Claimants - Otto Robert Hahn, of Coulson, near Boonah, and August Podlich, of Hoya, near Boonah, as Devisees in Trust.
Description and Situation of land - Resubdivision 3 of subdivision 69 of portion 50, county of Ward, parish of Dugandan.
Estate Claimed to be Transmitted. - Fee simple. Particulars of Will or Otherwise. - Will dated 12 May 1931.
Date within which Caveat may be Lodged. - 17th October, 1923. 
HAHN, Gustav Robert (I5901)
 
7980 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 22 October 1938, page 8 S

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND.
In the WILL of HUGO JULIUS MAY, late of Wyaralong. near Boonah. in the State of Queensland. Retired Farmer, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof application will be made to this Honourable Court that PROBATE OF THE WILL of the abovenamed Hugo Julius May deceased may be granted to FRANCIS FREDERICK MAY of Mount Alford near Boonah in the State of Queensland Farmer lawful son of the said deceased and FRANK ERNEST HAMMERMEISTER of Mount Alford aforesaid Farmer the Executors named In the said Will.
Any person interested who desires to object to the application or to be heard upon It may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant Is made.
Dated this Nineteenth day of October. 1938.
C. B. DARVALL. DARVALL. & DARVALL. Solicitors for the said Francis Frederick May and Frank Ernest Hammermeister, Boonah, and at Penney's Building, Queen Street, Brisbane. 
MAY, Hugo Julius (I17460)
 
7981 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 23 February 1935, page 4

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND.
In the WILL of JOHN FRIEDRICH DIECKMANN (also known as John Dieckmann), late of Kalbar, in the State of Queensland, Farmer, deceased. Notice is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of publication hereof application will be made to this Honourable Court that PROBATE of the WILL of the abovenamed John Friedrich Dieckmann (also known as John Dieckmann) deceased may be granted to CHARLES DIECKMANN of Kalbar in the State of Queensland Farmer a lawful brother of the said deceased and the surviving Executor named in the said WILL (LIONEL AINGER WISS the other Executor named in the said Will having predeceased the testator). Any person interested who desires to object to the application or to be heard upon it may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made. Dated this Nineteenth day of February, PENDER & PENDER, Solicitors for Charles Dieckmann, Ellenborough Street, Ipswich. Town Agents: E. J. PENDER & PENDER, Solicitors, Colonial Mutual Life Building, Queen Street, Brisbane. 
DIECKMANN, Johann Friedrich (I6738)
 
7982 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 23 September 1933, page 23

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND.
In the LANDS and GOODS of LEVI ROSSOW late of Wulkuraka near Ipswich in the State or Queensland, Railway Employee Deceased Intestate. Notice is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereor application will be made to this Honourable Court that ADMINISTRATION of the REAL and PERSONAL ESTATE of the abovenamed Levi Rossow deceased who died Intestate may be granted to ANNIE KATHERINA ROSSOW of Wulkuraka near Ipswich in the State of Queensland Widow or the said deceased. Any person Interested who desires to object to the application or to be heard upon It may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made. 
ROSSOW, Levi (I596)
 
7983 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 25 January 1941, page 18

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KUSKEY. - The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuskey and Family, of Honor Avenue, Chelmer, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Son and Brother, Royston Kuskey, to leave the Funeral Parlour, 45 Adelaide Street, City, This (Saturday) Morning, at 10.30 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson.
CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors. 
KUSKEY, Royston Charles (I5342)
 
7984 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 27 September 1952, page 12

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KADEN, Annie Louise Emilie - Passed away at her home, Vincent Street, Indooroopilly, on 7th September, dearly beloved Mother of Clara (Tasmania), Robert (Casino), Mrs. Swallow (Indooroopllly), Oscar (Lismore), Mrs. Labuschewski (Boonah), George (Wowan), Mrs. Hughes (Nudeee), Alf (Boonah). 
GABRIEL, Annie Emilie (I19483)
 
7985 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 28 January 1939, page 5

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND.
In the WILL of WILLIAM THOMAS DENMAN, late of Mutdapilly, in the State of Queensland, Farmer, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof application will be made to this Honourable Court that PROBATE in the WILL of the abovenamed William Thomas Denman deceased may be granted to MARY ANN ELIZABETH DENMAN of Mutdapilly aforesaid Widow of Deceased the sole Executrix named in the said Will. Any person interested who desires to object to the application or to be heard upon it may file a Caveat In the Registry at any time before the grant is made. Dated this Twenty-fourth day of January, 1939.
P. L. CARDEW & SIMPSON, Ipswich, Solicitors for the said Executrix. 
DENMAN, William Thomas (I15469)
 
7986 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 28 June 1947, page 14

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PAGEL, Emma Louisa. - In loving memory of my Sister, Sister-in-law, & Aunt, who passed away 28th June. 1946.
God saw that she was suffering,
And it touched His heart of love,
So with a gentle voice He whispered,
Come there is peace above.
Inserted by Alf., Elsie, Reinke Family. 
REINKE, Emma Louise (I18791)
 
7987 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 29 January 1938, page 1

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BRINDLEY, Mrs. Georgina. - The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. M. Shard, Mr. W. Shard, Mr. and Mrs. G. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. G. Wenzel, Mr. and Mrs, G. Greasley, Mr. and Mrs. W. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Shard are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Daughter, their Sister, and Sister in-law, Mrs. Georgina Brindley (late of Down Street, North Ipswich), to move from the Funeral Chapel, Stanley Street, South Brisbane, This (Saturday) Forenoon, at 11.15 o'clock, to South Brisbane Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH. 
SHARD, Georgina (I14286)
 
7988 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 29 June 1946, page 12

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PAGEL, Mrs. Emma L. - The Relatives & Friends of Mr. W. F. Pagel & Family, of Boundary Rd., Cooper's Plains, are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife & their Mother, Mrs. Emma Louisa Pagel, to leave the Funeral Chapel, Stanley St., South Brisbane, on (Monday) Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for South Brisbane Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH. 
REINKE, Emma Louise (I18791)
 
7989 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 29 March 1952, page 12

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SHARD. - The Relatives and Friends Mrs. G. Shard, Roadvale, are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband, David William Henry Shard, to leave the Roadvale Baptist Church, after Service commencing at 2 o'clock, Sunday Afternoon, for the Kalbar General Cemetery.
J. R. SOMERVILLE. Funeral Director. Boonah. 
SHARD, David Henry William (I6512)
 
7990 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2857)
 
7991 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 3 December 1949, page 11

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Deceased: BERTHA JOHANNA EMILIE RIEK, late of Caroline Street, Fairfield, Brisbane, in the State of Queensland, Widow, deceased. Applicants: VERA MAY McPHERSON, of Caroline Street, Fairfield, Brisbane, aforesaid wife of Alexander Charles McPherson, a lawful daughter of the deceased and WALTER SPENCER ELLIOTT, of 11 Venner Road, Annerley, Brisbane, aforesaid, Milk Bar Proprietor, the Executors appointed by the Will dated the twenty-seventh day of July, 1945. Solicitors C. B. DARVALL, DARVALL & DARVALL, Boonah. Town Agents: KING & GILL, 33 Queen Street, Brisbane. 
HOLZ, Bertha Joanna Emily (I564)
 
7992 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 30 September 1950, page 11

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Deceased: CARL FREIDRICH DIECKMANN, late of Kalbar, in the State of Queensland, Retired Farmer, Applicants: CHARLES DAVIS, of Kalbar, aforesaid, Retired Farmer, and HEINRICH AUGUST FRITZ, of Boonah, in the said State, Retired Farmer, the Executors appointed by the Will, dated the Tenth day of March, 1950. Solicitors: C. B. DARVALL, DARVALL, & DARVALL. Boonah. Town Agents: KING & GILL. 33 Queen Street, Brisbane. 
DIECKMANN, Carl Friedrich (I2457)
 
7993 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 31 August 1940, page 16

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IN MEMORIAM
BADKE. - In fond remembrance of my dear Husband and our Father, August Ferdinand who passed away very suddenly on September 1st, 1939.
Not just to-day, but every day,
In silence we remember.
Inserted by his loving Wife and Family. 
BADKE, August Ferdinand (I2255)
 
7994 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 31 December 1938, page 8 S

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SUCHTING. - The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Suchting. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Suchting, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Suchting, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Suchting, Mr. and Mrs. J. Williamson are invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Mother, and Mother-in-law. Mrs. Anna Suchting, to leave her late residence, 34 Bunya Street, Greenslopes, This (Saturday) Afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, for the South Brisbane Cemetery. 
ADERMANN, Annie (I18490)
 
7995 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 4 August 1951, page 9

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Deceased: ALEXANDER HAY, late of Wivenhoe, in the State of Queensland, Farmer. Applicants: ALEXANDER HAY and EDWARD JOHN HAY, both or Wivenhoe, aforesaid Farmers, lawful Sons of the deceased, the Executors appointed by the will, dated 6th June, 1940.
Solicitors: P. L. CARDEW, SIMPSON, & MERRELL, Solicitors, Ipswich. 
HAY, Alexander (I18450)
 
7996 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F30059
 
7997 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 4 October 1941, page 7

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ECKART - HYAMS. - In St. Andrew's Church of England, Lutwyche, this afternoon, the Rev. J. H. Brown Beresford will officiate at the wedding of Miss Anne C. (Nancy) Hyams and Mr. Norman E. Eckart, Brisbane, youngest son of Mr. A. Eckart, Bundaberg, and the late Mrs. Eckart. Mr. W. Hamilton will give away his cousin, who is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Hyams, Nundah. The bride's frock is of shadow Silk marquisette, and a topknot of snowdrops will hold her tulle veil. The bridesmaids, Misses E. Allan and M. Mclntyre, will be frocked alike in blue taffetas with matching tulle veils finished with flowers. The bridegroom will be attended by Messrs. R. Palmer and S. Flynn. After the reception in the Port land Bridge Lounge Mr. and Mrs. Eckart will leave for their future home in Nambour. 
WARREN, Francis Edward (I20056)
 
7998 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 5 October 1935, page 4

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND.
In the LANDS and GOODS of EVA ANNIE SOLWAY, late of Clifton, in the State of Queensland, Licensed Victualler, deceased, Intestate. Notice is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof application will be made to this Honourable Court that ADMINISTRATION of the REAL and PERSONAL ESTATE of the abovenamed Eva Annie Solway deceased who died intestate may be granted to WALTER WHITNEY SOLWAY of Clifton in the State of Queensland Gentleman tho lawful Husband of the said deceased.
Any person interested who desires, to object to the application or to be heard upon it may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made.
Dated this First day of October, 1935.
DANIEL P. HEMPENSTALL, Solicitor for the said Walter Whitney Solway, King Street, Clifton.
Town Agents: MESSRS. LEONARD POWER & POWER, Solicitors, Ascot Chambers, Queen and Edward Streets, Brisbane. 
GEIGER, Annie Eva Barbara (I17743)
 
7999 The Courier-Mail, Saturday 6 November 1943, page 6

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STEPHAN - The Relatives & Friends the late Gustav Adolph Stephan, of Obum Obum, via Roadvale, are invited to attend his Funeral, to leave the residence of Mr. M. Gnech, Coulson, at 11.30 o'clock, This (Saturday) Morning, for the Kalbar Cemetery. S. W. ABELL, Funeral Director, Boonah. 
STEPHAN, Gustav (Adolph) (I1926)
 
8000 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F29529
 

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