[[07852]] ROSS, William, parents Francis ROSS and Elizabeth HENDERSON

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11 - Mar - 2014


[[07853]] ROSS, Clement, parents William ROSS and Catherine PEMBLETON

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William ROSS

17 - Nov - 2002


[[07854]] ROSS, Francis William, parents William ROSS and Catherine PEMBLETON

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William ROSS

20 - Aug - 2016


[[07855]] ROSS, George, parents William ROSS and Catherine PEMBLETON

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William ROSS

20 - Aug - 2016


[[07856]] ROSS, Joseph, parents William ROSS and Catherine PEMBLETON

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William ROSS

20 - Aug - 2016


[[07857]] ROSS, Matthew, parents William ROSS and Catherine PEMBLETON

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William ROSS

20 - Aug - 2016


[[07858]] SIVYER, Frederick James

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George WILESMITH
Edward PUTT

17 - Nov - 2002


[[07859]] SHANLEY, Mary Josephine, parents Andrew SHANLEY and Mary DEAN

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George WILESMITH
Edward PUTT

17 - Nov - 2002


[[07860]] SHANLEY, Andrew

17 - Feb - 2005


[[07861]] DEAN, Mary

17 - Feb - 2005


[[07862]] SIVYER, Gladys Dorothea, parents Frederick SIVYER and Mary SHANLEY

17 - Nov - 2002


[[07863]] WILESMITH, Frank George, parents Frank WILESMITH and Susan PUTT

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


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[[07864]] WILESMITH, Lucy Gladys, parents Frank WILESMITH and Susan PUTT

Lucy married James MITCHELL in Brisbane 1936

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George WILESMITH
Edward PUTT

15 - Jan - 2015


[[07865]] WILESMITH, Gladys Evelyn, parents John WILESMITH and Susan HAMMOND

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George WILESMITH

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07866]] WILESMITH, Haidee Elna, parents John WILESMITH and Susan HAMMOND

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George WILESMITH

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07867]] PUTT, Edward Creber, parents Robert PUTT & Hannah CREBER

PUTT family grave in Atherton Cemetery


photographed by Greg DAVIS, Sunday, 21 August 2016



The Qld BDM Index has his death listed under the surname of PULL


PUTT,-In loving, memory of our dear husband and father, Edward Creber, who departed this life June 20th, 1920.
Do not ask us if we miss him,
There is such a vacant place;
Can we 'er forget his footsteps
And his dear familiar face.
Time has passed, but still we miss him,
Words would fail our love to tell;
But in Heaven we hope to meet him,
Jesus doeth all things well.
(Inserted by his sorrowing wife and family,)

Family Notices (1921, June 20). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), , p. 4. Link to TROVE


TABLELAND PIONEER.
THE LATE E. C. PUTT
Mr Edward Creber Putt, who died at Atherton on the 20th June last, at the age of 78 years, was born at Prawley, near Kingsbridge, Devonshire, England. From the age of 14 to 19 years he served his time in the merchant service between England and Spain and various other places, and also served five years in the Metropolitan police force, London. He was also a warder for nine years at the Dartmoor prisons and at Portland. During his time as warder Michael Davitt was a prisoner under his charge.
In the year 1875 Mr. Putt, with his wife and six children, left England for Australia in a sailing ship called the Toowoomba, and accompanied by his friend, Mr. Thos. Purcell (now of Dunmore farm, Atherton) landed at Rockhampton after a six months voyage. Mr. Putt was appointed supervisor on the Rockhampton central railway constructions, shifting later to Mackay, where he was appointed overseer for Mr. John Spiller's sugar plantation. After remaining at Mackay for six years, Mr. Putt came north and passed through the Atherton tablelands on his way to Watsonville, where he followed mining for some time with his three sons. He was so impressed on coming through with the richness of the soil on the Atherton tablelands that he decided to select land, and with this object in view he left Watsonville. He and a mate named John Allen carried their swags to explore and inspect the land from the head of the Barron River to the Fails. where the town of Kuranda now stands. From thence they made their way to Smithfield, and through the Mulgrave and Russell River districts, but saw nothing better than the Tableland country. He returned to Atherton district and took up selections on the Barron River for himself and his three sons on February 3rd, 1883, and he was a continuous resident on the old "Providence" farm until his death.
The late Mr. Putt took a keen interest in the early public life of the Tableland, he, and the late Mr. W. B. Kelly, being the first two councillors of the Atherton Division. The blacks at that time were so troublesome that Mr. Putt and other members of the family, on several occasions, nearly lost their lives. He made representations to the Government on the matter, and was instrumental in getting the first police protection (Constable Hansen) appointed to Atherton.

TABLELAND PIONEER. (1920, July 31). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), , p. 2. Link to TROVE


PUTT-In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Edward Creber Putt, who died on the 20th June, 1920, aged 78 years, after a long and painful illness.
When at his bed we stood and watched
the one we loved so dear,
Our hearts were crushed within our breasts,
For we knew the end was near.
His weary hours and days of pain,
His troubled nights are past,
The ever-patient worn-out frame
Has found sweet rest at last.
(Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

Family Notices (1922, June 20). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), , p. 4. Link to TROVE

TABLELAND PIONEER.
THE LATE E. C. PUTT
Mr Edward Creber Putt, who died at Atherton on the 20th June last, at the age of 78 years, was born at Prawley, near Kingsbridge, Devonshire, England. From the age of 14 to 19 years he served his time in the merchant service between England and Spain and various other places, and also served five years in the Metropolitan police force, London. He was also a warder for nine years at the Dartmoor prisons and at Portland. During his time as warder Michael Davitt was a prisoner under his charge.
In the year 1875 Mr. Putt, with his wife and six children, left England for Australia in a sailing ship called the Toowoomba, and accompanied by his friend, Mr. Thos. Purcell (now of Dunmore farm, Atherton) landed at Rockhampton after a six months voyage. Mr. Putt was appointed supervisor on the Rockhampton central railway constructions, shifting later to Mackay, where he was appointed overseer for Mr. John Spiller's sugar plantation. After remaining at Mackay for six years, Mr. Putt came north and passed through the Atherton tablelands on his way to Watsonville, where he followed mining for some time with his three sons. He was so impressed on coming through with the richness of the soil on the Atherton tablelands that he decided to select land, and with this object in view he left Watsonville. He and a mate named John Allen carried their swags to explore and inspect the land from the head of the Barron River to the Falls where the town of Kuranda now stands. From thence they made their way to Smithfield, and through the Mulgrave and Russell River districts, but saw nothing better than the Tableland country. He returned to Atherton district and took up selections on the Barron River for himself and his three sons on February 3rd, 1883, and he was a continuous resident on the old "Providence" farm until his death.
The late Mr. Putt took a keen interest in the early public life of the Tableland, he, and the late Mr. W. B. Kelly, being the first two councillors of the Atherton Division. The blacks at that time were so troublesome that Mr. Putt and other members of the family, on several occasions, nearly lost their lives. He made representations to the Government on the matter, and was instrumental in getting the first police protection (Constable Hansen) appointed to Atherton.

TABLELAND PIONEER. (1920, July 31). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), p. 2. Link to TROVE

Mareeba-Atherton Railway.
In a letter to the Editor of the Mareeba Herald, Mr E. C. Putt, farmer, near Atherton, recently wrote as follows:- SIR,-I notice that a great deal of prominence is being given by the public men throughout the district, as well as in our midst, to the question of the construction of a railway to Mount Garnet by way of Atherton. The settlers in the Barron Valley have been egged on by interested individuals to support this extension, oblivious of the fact that such a contentious proposal will have the effect of delaying the construction of the line by the Government. If the ratepayers of the Barron Valley are alive to their own interests they will not trouble the Government to build the railway to Atherton. The Tinaroo Boardsmen have now a splendid opportunity of showing that they are men capable of being entrusted with the destinies of a great district by taking steps at once to borrow the money to construct a railway from a point on the Chillagoe line 8 miles from Mareeba which would enable them to reach Atherton in a distance of about 12 miles. This work could be carried out a cost which it should be well within the means of the Board to ob!ain as a loan. A trip which I undertook along the coast recently has opened my eyes to the immense benefits that accrue to a district through being served by railways owned by the people, or to be more correct, the ratepayers. The success of the Cairns Tramway is a clinching argument of what I am advocating. It has been the means of opening up to close settlement a large area of fertile country, which otherwise would have supported but a small number of settlers. The Ingham tramline, now in course of construction, is expected to prove a highly profitable venture. However, neither of the two districts that I have referred to have a tithe of the rich agricultural land that awaits settlement in our district. We are not dependent upon agricultural produce alone to bring traffic to our railway. The most extensive area of valuable timber to be found in the whole of Australia is at our doors, and when the industry is properly developed, the traffic will be great indeed. When the railway reaches Atherton steps will have to be taken to build branches into the heart of the scrub to accommodate the thousands of people who will be attracted thither, and I hold to the opinion that within ten years the ratepayers will be collecting their divi- dends at the Board's office. My advice to the Herberton Divisional Board is not to oppose the construction of the railway from Wade's to Mount Garnet, the Board to construct a line from that point on to their own rich tableland, with the view of meeting the line that is being constructed by the Johnstone Board towards Herberton. If the lines that I have mentioned are constructed, I have not the slightest doubt that before many years the Johnstone and Atherton lines will be junctioned, and I have every faith that it will prove a most profitable venture to the Boards interested. In conclusion, I would point out that in the event of this scheme being carried to a successful issue, we should demand from the Government that a certain proportion of the money received for land sold or selected in the area benefitted by the railway be handed to the Local Authority to help to pay the principal and interest of the money borrowed.
Yours, &c.,
EDWARD CREBER PUTT. Providence Farm, Barron River.

Mareeba-Atherton Railway. (1900, June 8). Morning Post (Cairns, Qld. : 1897 - 1907), p. 3. Link to TROVE

TRANSMISSION BY DEATH- Real Property Acts of 1861 to 1952
NOTICE is hereby given that application bas been made for the Registration of Transmission of Title to the Lands hereinafter mentioned. Particulars of such application are given below, and any person desiring to oppose may do so by lodging a Caveat on or before the day specified at the Office of the Registrar of Titles in Townsville.
Name of Deceased Proprietor: Edward Alfred Putt, late of Atherton.
Date of Death: 7 June, 1951
Name of Claimant: Edward Creber Putt, George Frederick Putt, and John Barrine Putt, all of Atherton, as Devisees as tenants in common in equal shares subject as to first parcel of land to the conditions contained in Will.
Description and Situation of land: For. 208, Pariah East Barron, por. 50. parish Barron.
Estate Claimed to be Transmitted: Fee-simple.
Particulars of Will or otherwise: Will dated 4 June, 1951.
Date within which Caveat may be lodged: 8 Dec., 1953.
R. J. THOMSON,
Registrar of Titles
Registrar of Titles Office,
Brisbane.
24 October, 1953.

Advertising (1953, November 9). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), p. 6. Link to TROVE

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08 - Sep - 2016


[[07868]] DUBBERLEY, Maria Matilda, parents unknown Duberley & unknown Norrish

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On Wednesday last at the Cairns Hospital (says the 'Atherton News') occurred the death of about the oldest settler on the Tableland in the person of Mrs. Maria Matilda Putt, after a long period of ill-heatlh, at the ripe old age of 84. The late Mrs Putt was a native of Devonshire, England, and came out to this country with her husband, the late Mr. Edward Creber Putt, and seven children, by the sailing ship 'Toowoomba' landing at Rockhampton in 1875. The family stayed at Rockhampton a year or so, then shifted to Mackay, where the late Mr. Putt had charge of a sugar plantation. The next shift was to Watsonville, where mining operations engaged the family attention for several years. Finally in 1885, Mr. and Mrs. Putt joined the first group of Atherton Tableland settlers, and look up land being about the first settlers on the Barron River. The late Mrs. Putt remained on that farm practically ever since. She was a splendid type of the hardy old pioneering stock, to whom this country owes so much. Of her 15 children, two sons and 5 daughters survive her. She had also 37 grandchildren and 14 great grand children living. The funeral took place at the old Atherton cemetery, and was largely attended, the Revs. Larkin and Brandon officited at the graveside.

WOMAN'S WORLD (1929, September 6). Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954), , p. 8. Link to TROVE

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Edward PUTT

08 - Sep - 2016


[[07869]] PUTT, David Creber, parents Edward PUTT and Maria DUBBERLEY

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07870]] PUTT, Edward Alfred, parents Edward PUTT and Maria DUBBERLEY
Probate has been granted by the Registrar of the Supreme Court (Mr. J. P. O'Callaghan) in the will of Edward Alfred Putt, late of Atherton, retired farmer, who died at East Barron on June 7, 1951, to Helen Putt, of Atherton, widow of deceased, and Edward Creber Putt, of Atherton, lawful son of deceased; realty under £3813: personalty under £1656.

No title (1953, March 27). Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954), , p. 2. Link to TROVE

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Edward PUTT

08 - Sep - 2016


[[07871]] PUTT, Jessie Maria, parents Edward PUTT and Maria DUBBERLEY
DENNEY - PUTT. - At Herberton, John Denney, assayer, has been married to Miss Jessie Maria Putt, eldest daughter of Mr. E. C. Putt, selector, Barron River. Mr. Denney is a well-known resident of the North, and some of his Thornborough friends will be glad to hear of his being spliced.

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. (1887, July 16). Queensland Figaro and Punch (Brisbane, Qld. : 1885 - 1889), p. 6 Supplement: THE LADY SUPPLEMENT TO QUEENSLAND FIGARO. Link to TROVE

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Edward PUTT

31 - Jul - 2014


[[07872]] PUTT, Richard Thomas, parents Edward PUTT and Maria DUBBERLEY
PUTT - At Richmond Hospital, on the 11th June, Richard Thomas Putt, dearly beloved husband of Florence Daisy Putt, aged 37 years, leaving a wife and six children to mourn their loss. Deeply regretted.
(Cairns, Herberton and Townsville papers please copy.)

Family Notices (1904, June 13). The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), p. 4. Link to TROVE

NORTHERN SUPREME COURT.

(Townsville Star," Sept. 12.)
(Before His Honor Mr Justice Cooper)

IN CHAMBERS.

Hobson and others v. Long and others.—Memorandum on entering special case for argument. Mr. Beaumont (town agent for Messrs Marsland and Marsland) for plaintiffs. Order—Adjourned to 14th September.

In re Richard Thomas Putt, of Koah, near Cairns, lengthsman. Petition for adjudication in insolvency, in forma pauperis. Mr Barnett (of Messrs Roberts, Leu, and Barnett, town agents for Mr. G. Wilton Le Vaux) for petitioner. Order—As prayed. Fees remitted. Statement, 29th September ; first meeting, 30th. Mr. T. G. Fraser, Official Trustee, to be trustee.

NORTHERN SUPREME COURT. (1898, September 13). The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), p. 3. Link to TROVE

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Edward PUTT

14 - Feb - 2017


[[07874]] PUTT, Albert Dubberley Creber, parents Edward PUTT and Maria DUBBERLEY

Albert married Margaret Elizabeth JONES Monday, 3 August 1914

In the case of Margaret Elizabeth Putt against Albert D. Creber Putt, for child desertion and wife desertion, there was no appearance of the complainant, and the case was struck out.

COURTS, ATHERTON. (1927, April 12). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), , p. 7. Link to TROVE

In the Summons Division of the Police Court on Monday morning, before Mr. Geo. A. Cameron, P.M., Harry Harris, Inspector State Children's Department, proceeded against Albert Creber Barron Putt, claiming arrears of maintenance for his daughter. There was no appearance by or on behalf of the defendant, and the case was heard ex parte. The complainant, giving evidence, stated on 16th. March, 1929, the defendant was ordered by Messrs. C. B. Buxton and J. P. Lee, J's.P., to pay to witness 10/- per week for the maintenance of his child. Payments were made to 20th. January to 11th. February, 1930, when the child was discharged from State control. There was an amount of £2/14/3 due for maintenance. The Magistrate ordered that the defendant be Imprisoned at Yungaburra for seven days it the sum of £2/14/3, with 3/6 costs of Court be not paid.

The Townsville Daily Bulletin. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1930. (1930, December 16). Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954), , p. 6. Link to TROVE

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Edward PUTT

08 - Sep - 2016


[[07875]] PUTT, Arthur Barron, parents Edward PUTT and Maria DUBBERLEY

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Edward PUTT

21 - Feb - 2011


[[07876]] PUTT, Elizabeth Ann, parents Edward PUTT and Maria DUBBERLEY

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07877]] PUTT, Ethel Rose, parents Edward PUTT and Maria DUBBERLEY

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Edward PUTT

05 - Apr - 2010


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[[07878]] DENNEY, Samuel John, parents Samuel John DENNEY & Catherine PAY
His father Samuel Denney was born 13th September 1820 in Newington, Surrey England and died 22 September 1882 at Herberton Cottage, Buckingham Street Richmond, VIctoria.
Samuel married 28 September 1844 at St Mary Haggerston Middlesex UK to Catherine Pay born 12 April 1816 at Land of Promise, London and she died 26 August 1849 Hoxton, Middlesex. Samuel and his two children Catherine Mary and Samuel John came to Australia in 1852 on the "Dalhousie" also accompanied by his sister-in-law Sarah Pay (I am following the Pay family). Samuel married again in Victoria to Mary Ann Clarke in 1858.
His daughter Catherine Mary married Charles Privett and had 12 children. Ernest William Weinert and Maud Edith Denney had four children. Henry Charles Denney had a daughter Dorothy Jessie.

Lyn Mitchell - email address - has written previously (21/4/2014) and is researching this family and may have more information about Samuel John DENNEY and his family.

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Edward PUTT

28 - Apr - 2014


[[07879]] PUTT, John Robert, parents Edward PUTT and Maria DUBBERLEY

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Edward PUTT

07 - Apr - 2011


[[07880]] PUTT, Lucy Louisa, parents Edward PUTT and Maria DUBBERLEY
The relatives and friends of MR. V. H. JENSEN and FAMILY, McLeod-street, Cairns, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of their late beloved wife and mother, Lucy Louise Jensen, respectively, which will leave the Presbyterian Church, Sheridan-street, at 4.30 o'clock THIS (THURSDAY) AFTERNOON, enroute for the Cairns Cemetery, Martyn street.

Family Notices (1940, June 13). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), , p. 6. Link to TROVE

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08 - Sep - 2016


[[07881]] DENNEY, Edith Maud, parents Samuel DENNEY and Jessie PUTT

Edith` surname at death was FRANCIS


SECOND PERIOD RENTALS.

P.T.L. 10379, Ernest William Weinert and Edith Maud Weinert, joint tenants, £1/19/-, £65; P.T.L. 10513, Lydia Bates Thurston, 36/-. £80.

STATE LAND COURT DETERMINATIONS. (1949, May 27). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), p. 5. Link to TROVE

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Edward PUTT
Ernest WEINERT

31 - Jul - 2014


[[07882]] BUCHANAN, William

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07883]] SYMES, Florence Daisy, parents Frederick SYMES and Maud THOMPSON

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07884]] PUTT, William Hector, parents Richard PUTT and Florence SYMES

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Edward PUTT

18 - Jul - 2012


[[07892]] PUTT, Albert Edward, parents Richard PUTT and Florence SYMES

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07893]] PUTT, Florence May, parents Richard PUTT and Florence SYMES

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07894]] HUBNER, Charles Albert

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07895]] PUTT, Frederick Richard, parents Richard PUTT and Florence SYMES
PUTT-LOGAN.-St. Monica's RC. Presbytery, on Tuesday, July 23rd, 1929, by the Rev. Farther Mount, Frederick Richard, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Putt, to Catherine Jane, second eldest daughter of Mrs. C. J. Logan, Lake-street, Cairns, and the late Mr. C. J. Logan.

Family Notices (1929, August 3). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), , p. 4. Link to TROVE

Catherine`s parents were Christopher John LOGAN and Catherine Jane McCRANN

The relatives and friends of Messrs. Luke, Pat and Jim Logan, No. 305 Lake-street, Cairns, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Greenwood and family (Townsville), and Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Putt and fatally (Tully) are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of their late beloved mother and grandmother (Catherine Jane Logan), respectively, which will leave St: Monica's Cathedral. Cairns, at 4.30 o'clock THIS (WEDNESDAY) AFTERNOON en route to the Cairns Cemetery, Martyn-sreet.
A Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St Monica's Cathedral, Lake-street, at 6.30 a.m. to-day.

Family Notices (1942, November 4). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), , p. 4. Link to TROVE

PUTT — The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. F. R. Putt and Family, Harold Street, West End, formerly of Tully, N.Q., Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Putt and Family (Ingham), Corporal and Mrs. E. Putt and Family (Cairns), Mr. and Mrs. C. Collingswood and Family (Millaa Millaa), Mr. M. Putt (Millaa Millaa), Mr. and Mrs. R. Hubner (Jnr.) and Family (Millaa Mlllaa), The Spowart Families (Millaa Millaa and Malanda), Mr. and Mrs. J. Anderson and Family (Malanda), Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Greenwood and Family, Mr. and Mrs. L. Logan and Family, Mr. B. Logan (Brisbane), and Private J. Logan (A.I.F.). are respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL of their beloved Husband, Father, Brother, Brother-in-Law, and Uncle, FREDERICK RICHARD PUTT, which will move from St. Mary's Church, Flinders Street, West End, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON at 2.30 o'clock (New Cemetery).

Family Notices (1945, March 6). Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954), , p. 2. Link to TROVE
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Edward PUTT

10 - Jan - 2017


[[07896]] PUTT, Ivy Myrtle, parents Richard PUTT and Florence SYMES

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07897]] SPOWART, Albert Edward, parents Andrew SPOWART and Selina BENNETT

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


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[[07898]] SPOWART, Andrew

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Edward PUTT

08 - Sep - 2003


[[07899]] BENNETT, Selina Jane, parents William BENNETT and Jane De PARK

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07900]] SPOWART, Richard Edward, parents Albert SPOWART and Ivy PUTT

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Edward PUTT

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07901]] REYNOLDS, Henry

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Samuel SHAW

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07902]] LUGG, Christiana

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Samuel SHAW

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07903]] REYNOLDS, Alfred James, parents Thomas REYNOLDS and Florence SHAW

REYNOLDS - grave in Croydon Cemetery


courtesy Australian Cemeteries Index



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Samuel SHAW

17 - Aug - 2014


[[07904]] NORTON, William

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John McDOUGALL
Samuel JAMES
Thomas DOBBINS

04 - Feb - 2006


[[07905]] GORRIE, Margaret Jane

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John McDOUGALL
Samuel JAMES
Thomas DOBBINS

04 - Feb - 2006


[[07906]] NORTON, Adelaide Maud, parents William NORTON and Margaret GORRIE

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07907]] NORTON, Alice Constance, parents William NORTON and Margaret GORRIE

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07908]] NORTON, Arthur Claude, parents William NORTON and Margaret GORRIE

24 - Nov - 2002


[[07909]] NORTON, Edie Rosmond, parents William NORTON and Margaret GORRIE

24 - Nov - 2002


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