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9041 Wheatlands Cemetery KATSCHER, Johanna Julianna (I7761)
 
9042 Wheatlands cemetery WESSLING, Emma Albertine (I19203)
 
9043 Wheatlands cemetery WESSLING, Anna Louise (I7764)
 
9044 Wheatlands cemetery SCHULZ, Gustav Edward (I19191)
 
9045 Wheatlands cemetery, Queensland SCHULZ, Eda Alwine (I17727)
 
9046 When & Where Married: 25 January 1903 at Fairney View
Names & Surnames of the Parties: SCHULTZE Carl Friedrich Wilhelm & Theuerkauf Bertha Anna
Condition of Parties: Bachelor & Widow
Birth Place: Alt Dram, Prussia, Germany & Sieb See, West Prussia, Germany
Rank or Profession: Farmer & Domestic Duties
Age: 26 years & 24 years
Usual Place of Residence: Fernvale & Fairney View
Parents Names: F: Johann SCHULTZE M: Wilhelmine KLEIER & F: Johann JOSEFSKI M: Julianna KAMINSKI
Married at Fairney View, in the house of Mrs.Theuerkauf (Bertha's House) according to the rites of the Lutheran Church.
Witnesses: Albert Friedrich SCHULTZ & Bertha Anna BERDEROW 
Family F30810
 
9047 When & Where Married: 25 January 1903 at Fairney View
Names & Surnames of the Parties: SCHULTZE Carl Friedrich Wilhelm & Theuerkauf Bertha Anna
Condition of Parties: Bachelor & Widow
Birth Place: Alt Dram, Prussia, Germany & Sieb See, West Prussia, Germany
Rank or Profession: Farmer & Domestic Duties
Age: 26 years & 24 years
Usual Place of Residence: Fernvale & Fairney View
Parents Names: F: Johann SCHULTZE M: Wilhelmine KLEIER & F: Johann JOSEFSKI M: Julianna KAMINSKI
Married at Fairney View, in the house of Mrs.Theuerkauf (Bertha's House) according to the rites of the Lutheran Church.
Witnesses: Albert Friedrich SCHULTZ & Bertha Anna BERDEROW 
Family F308
 
9048 When his wife Margaret died in 1900, William could not cope with two young children and sent his Vincent aged 2 to live with the KENNEDY family in Spring Hill, Brisbane, and Margaret Ellen, aged four and known as Nell, was sent to live with John and Eva SCARONI

William SCARONI worked on Queensland Railways 3 January 1895, as a Porter, Southern District Traffic Branch for 5/- per day.

In 1903 William was living at Yundah Street, Sandgate. By 1913 he was living at Perry Street, Bundaberg and his occupation is listed as a labourer. 
SCARONI, William (I136)
 
9049 When Johann Rossow, (called John) married Doris Beitzel, he was a farmer of Walloon, aged 23 years. The Rossows and Beitzels came to know each other as they owned neighbouring properties at Walloon, near Rosewood and the families would have worshipped together nearby at the Rosevale Lutheran Church.

John's father, Christian grew mainly corn, oats, potatoes and grapes. The Rossow family home was a two roomed slab house with a shingle roof, plus a kitchen.

Johann and Doris began their married life at Tarampa, Qld. Before marriage, John had selected a homestead, on the 17 August 1871, No. 4769, portion 51, parish Rosewood, 161 acres.

Doris's brothers, George August Jnr. and Rudolph Beitzel had also selected their properties nearby. John and Doris built a slab, shingle roofed house valued at 30 pounds in 1880. Fifteen acres of scrub was cleared, cultivated and valued at 3 pounds per acre.

Twenty chains of wire and paling fencing at 20 shillings per chain, and twenty five chains of sapling and paling fence were erected. These were shown as improvements to the property in Survey and Bailiff's reports dated 27 January 1880 and 30 May 1883. Crops John grew were mainly maize and corn. Improvements of outbuildings and a waterhole were made later.

Doris's brother George Beitzel and Christian Ruthenberg, close neighbours of John and Doris, made a declaration that John as Selector of Selection No 4769 had continuously resided on the property for five years, and had made improvements, completing the approved fulfillment of conditions under the "Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1876". This led to John's successful application for possession of Deed of Grant.

Johann (John) was naturalised on 7 April 1883 at Tarampa, Ipswich, Qld, Australia.

1883 was momentous for John and the family, because not only did John receive his land deeds that year but also his Australian citizenship, on 7 April, at Tarampa.

The couple's first five children were born at Tarampa.
1. August Christian (called George), 8 January 1879; married Annie Grueskoph. Died 25 August 1974, aged 95.
2. Carl August (called August), 1881; married Christina Tronc on 2 October 1903. Died 12 December 1946, aged 66
3. Louisa Bertha, 14 July 1882; married William Weick. Died 16 April 1975, aged 92.
4. Maria Bertha Ernestina (called Ria), 12 June 1884; married Theodor Zillman on 29 May 1912. Died 18 May, aged 93.
5. Minnie Louise, 29 July 1886; married William Cuthbertson. Died 15 April 1976,aged 89.

Sometime between Minnie's and Wilhelm's birth years of 1886 and 1888, the family moved to Roadvale where they farmed a property opposite the Roadvale State School.

6. *Wlhelm Anton (called Bill), 4 June 1888 at Milbong; married Mabel Caroline Alford on 4 December 1912. Died 19 March 1976, aged 87.
7. August Charles (called Charlie), 8 July 1890 at Milbong; married Mary A. Brewster. Died 29 May 1973, aged 83.
8. Herman Emil (called Harry), 2 December 1892 at Milbong; married Mina Badke on 4 June 1913. Died October 1991, aged 98.
9. Dora Christina Auguste, 30 May 1895 at Roadvale; married 1. William Scaroni, 2. William Walker. Died 30 November 1971, aged 76.
10. Rosina (called Rose), 31 May 1898 at Roadvale; married Robert Olson on 6 March 1920. Died 21 April 1992, aged 93.

In 1914, John and Doris moved from Roadvale to 5 Hill Street, North Ipswich where they lived in retirement until their deaths.

In 1930, their son Wilhelm Anton (Bill) and wife Mabel moved next door. Bill and Mabel were mixed grocery shopkeepers, and the house they moved into next door had a shop attached. Running a business, and helping their ageing parents at the same time was a committed cause for both Bill and Mabel; two wonderful examples of true Christians they proved to be.

John suffered indifferent health for a number of years prior to his demise, with complications of cystitis and nephritis, due to a diseased prostate. He died on 16 February 1938, aged 80 years, 9 months at home and was buried at the Ipswich Cemetery.

The following is John's obituary published in the 'Queensland Times' newspaper ....

"Well known and highly respected in the Tarampa, Roadvale and Ipswich districts, where he spend the greater part of his life, Mr Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Rossow passed away at his residence, Hill Steet, North Ipswich, on Saturday at the age of 80 years. Born on May 19, 1854 at Mecklin, Prussia, he migrated to Australia in the year 1865.

Thirteen years later he married Miss Doris Beitzel, and in the same year he began farming at Tarampa. He remained in that district until 1883 when he took up land in the Roadvale district. He was engaged in this locality until 1914. He then retired to Ipswich where he spent the remainder of his life.

The late Mr Rossow was in indifferent health for a number of years. He was a member of the Lutheran Churches at Rosevale and Ipswich. He is survived by his widow, five sons, Messrs G.A.C. (Proston), C.A.(Memerainbi), W.A. (Ipswich), A.C. (Brisbane), H.E. (Rosewood): and five daughters, Mesdames W.Weick (Ipswich), T.H. Zillman (Roadvale), W. Cuthbertson (Ballina), W.Walker (Ipswich), and R. Olson (Ipswich).

Johann (John) was naturalised on 7 April 1883 at Tarampa, Ipswich, Qld, Australia.

In 1914, Johann and Doris moved to 5 Hill Street Ipswich and lived there until their deaths.

Funeral Notice
Queensland Times 17 February 1935
ROSSOW-At his residence, Hill Street, Ipswich on February 16, Johan Friedrich Wilhelm Rossow. Aged 80 years and nine months. Ipswich Cemetery, February 17.

In Memory
19 February 1935
Queensland Times
Well-known and highly respected in the Tarampa, Roadvale and Ipswich districts where he spent the greater part of his life Mr Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Rossow passed away at his residence Hill Street, North Ipswich on Saturday, at the age of 80 years. Born on May 19 1854 in Prussia he migrated to Australia in 1865 and 13 years later he married Miss Doris Beitzel and in the same year he began farming at Tarampa. He remained in that district. He was engaged in the locality until 1914. He then retired to Ipswich, where he spent the remainder of his life. The late Mr Rossow was in indifferent health for a number of years. He was a member of the Lutheran churches at Roadvale and Ipswich. He is survived by his widow, five sons and five daughters.

The late Mr Rossow was in indifferent health for a number of years. He was a member of the Lutheran Churches at Rosevale and Ipswich. He is survived by his widow, five sons, Messrs G.A.C. (Proston), C.A. (Memerambi), W.A. (Ipswich), A.C. (Brisbane), H.E. (Rosewood) and five daughters, Mesdames W. Weick (Ipswich), T.H. Zilman (Roadvale), W. Cuthbertson (Balina), W. Walker (Ipswich), and R. Olson (Ipswich).

There are also 41 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. The funeral took place on Sunday.

Data from land deeds; naturalization records; obituary; death certificate; oral history by Dawn. 
ROSSOW, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm (I24)
 
9050 When William was ten, he rode on horse back from Moogerah to Wooroolin accompanying his sister Annie, and father who drove a German wagon, along with a family friend driving a dray. This was the first stage of the family moving to the Nanango district. His mother and other siblings followed later, by train.

When the new school opened at Wooroolin in 1901 William was eleven.

Tragically William was not with the family when they returned to Fassifern in 1905. One of his responsibilities at home was to chase the birds that invade the vegetable garden. One method of doing this was to shoot at the birds. William had been told many times never to carry a loaded gun.

William went to shoot some birds with a pea rifle. On returning home, William was climbing over the garden fence when the gun accidentally went off. As a result the bullet entered the side of his nose, and came out at his forehead.

His mother made a bed for him in the dray, and his father took him to the doctor at Nanango, about 20 miles away. When they arrived in Nanango, they found the doctor had been drinking, and was in a drunken state. William's father took him to the hospital, where he lay for three days in a critical state before he died.

William died from a lacerated brain haemorrhage, 29 November 1903, aged 14 years, 5 months, 20 days. He is buried in the Nanango Cemetery. There is no headstone to mark his grave, and it now lost somewhere in the Pioneer Section of the Cemetery. 
MAY, William George (I18233)
 
9051 While attending the wedding of their son August on 18.3.1922, Bertha collapsed. She never recovered, and died at Ipswich on 11.5.1922 aged 51 years. SIEDOFSKY, Bertha (I698)
 
9052 Whittingham cemetery COBCROFT, Wilfred (I22550)
 
9053 Whittingham cemetery COBCROFT, Colin (Colene) Eugene (I22551)
 
9054 Whittingham Cemetery, Church of England CATERSON, Margaret Catherine (I22426)
 
9055 Whittingham cemetery, Singleton, New South Wales SMYTHE, Bernard 'Barney' (I19607)
 
9056 Whittingham, Church of England TURNBULL, Henry War (I22302)
 
9057 Widow of Jim Cross
Daughter of Louisa Paulus and Adolf Friedrich Wilhelm Kropp 
KROPP, Elizabeth (I13595)
 
9058 WIELAND, Augusta Sarah, d. 28.04.1942, 59 yrs, MI, Wondai, Qld, Australia LOBEGEIGER, Auguste Sarah (I13471)
 
9059 WIELAND, Henry William, d. 10.09.1957, 75 yrs, with wife Augusta S. WIELAND., MI, Wondai, Qld, Australia WIELAND, Henry William (I13472)
 
9060 Wilberforce cemetery
Left section, row 16, plot 4 
DUNSTAN, Stephen John (I19698)
 
9061 Wilberforce cemetery
Location: right section, row 11, plot 1 
WOOD, Caudelia Mary (I20632)
 
9062 Wilberforce cemetery
Location: right section, row 11, plot 1 
DUNSTAN, Joshua Vickery (I19700)
 
9063 Wilberforce Cemetery
Richard William Buttsworth
Died: 19th May 1941
Age: 83 years
Cemetery: Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: right section, row 16 plot 1 
BUTTSWORTH, Richard William (I22010)
 
9064 Wilberforce cemetery
right section, row 17 plot 1 
BUTTSWORTH, Jane Ann (I22005)
 
9065 Wilberforce cemetery
right section, row 17 plot 1 
CASE, Walter George (I22086)
 
9066 Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: right section, row 7 plot 2 
CROSS, Sarah (I22275)
 
9067 Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: right section, row 7 plot 5

Edith Grace Turnbull
Died: 22nd December 1866
Age: 11 months 7 days 
TURNBULL, Edith Grace (I22286)
 
9068 Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: right section, row 13 plot 4 
ROBINSON, Ernest Leslie (I19521)
 
9069 Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: right section, row 20 plot 5 
STEPHENS, Andrew Carmichael (I19556)
 
9070 Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: right section, row 7 plot 1 
REYNOLDS, Sarah Matilda (I22274)
 
9071 Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: left section, row 14 plot 11 
CROSS, Mazella Adeline (I22931)
 
9072 Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: left section, row 14 plot 12 
TURNBULL, Edward (I22284)
 
9073 Wilberforce cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: left section, row 16 plot 4 
ROBINSON, Sarah Hannah (I19382)
 
9074 Wilberforce cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: left section, row 16 plot 4 
DUNSTAN, Sarah Matilda (I19699)
 
9075 Wilberforce cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: left section, row 16 plot 4 
DUNSTAN, Leslie Carl (I19701)
 
9076 Wilberforce cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: left section, row 16, plot 4 
DUNSTAN, Stephen John (I19407)
 
9077 Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: left section, row 4 plot 15 
TURNBULL, Kate Isabella (I19614)
 
9078 Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: left section, row 4 plot 15 
HAWKINS, Joseph Henry (I22936)
 
9079 Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: right section, row 1 plot 11 
BUTTSWORTH, Venner Aletha (I22396)
 
9080 Wilberforce Cemetery, Wilberforce
Location: right section, row 1 plot 11 
TURNBULL, Willie Dunstan (I22385)
 

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