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St Johns RC Church Cemetery

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John J ANDERSON
son of the late
Edwin ANDERSON
Died 14 January 1892
Mary A ANDERSON
Died 18 June 1907
Mary ANDERSON
widow of the late Edwin ANDERSON
Died 19 September 1917
Martin E ANDERSON
Died 12 December 1909
George J ANDERSON
Died 9 March 1923
James J ANDERSON
Died 28 May 1939

Maria Stanslow
wife of
John HARROD
Died October 19 1891

 

 

William CASMAN
Died May 1836
Aged 1 month
Anne
daughter of
Roger KANE
Died Oct 10 1902
Alma Letty KANE
wife of Patrick
Died Oct 9 1907
Edward KANE
Died March 21 1882
Jane
wife of
Roger KANE
Died June 14 1902
Walter KANE
Died 20 July 1914
Patrick KEADY
Died March 8 1890
Patrick KEADY
Died Oct 29 1903
Phoebe Anna KING
Died Feby 23 1904
Mary KING
Died April 1 1901
William Evan PRICE
Died Sep 11 1875
Aged 58 years
Sacred to the memory of Bartholomew REARDON late of Pitt Water who died 1st January 1849 aged 57 years on whose soul may god have mercy it is a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead that they may be loosed from their sins.
Bartholomew REARDON born Norfolk Island 15th June 1791, son of a first fleeter arrived Van Diemens Land 1810. Married Elizabeth NASH 1st January 1812. Highly recommended by Captain PIPER and others, he immediately received land grants, his agricultural knowledge and his substantial efforts resulted in high crop yields which benefited all the colony.
He was the first to grow wheat free of the smut disease. He was among the first to introduce merino sheep to the colony at his property 'Thorn Hill'. His hospitality and community services were renowned; Governor MACQUARIE and Lieut Governor SORELL were his guests in April 1821. He also served as District Constable with honesty and devotion to duties. Subsequently his huge barn, filled with the harvest, was burnt to ashes, by malicious scoundrels, it had been used for all community gatherings, religious services, and musterings. His property 'Green Hills', Forcett, is still in the REARDON family today 1995.
We, his descendants, proudly and gratefully acknowledge and honour, his many sterling and out-standing qualities.
Bartholomew REARDON
Died 1 January 1849
   

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