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Cedar Creek Cemetery
Upper Kedron, Brisbane City, Queensland, Australia

Contributed by Frank Lourigan, Jan 22, 2006 [fzl@netspace.net.au]. Total records = 19.

This cemetery is located about 13 kilometres north from the city centre, on the corner of Cemetery and Canvey Roads, in the suburb of Upper Kedron.

I had not been discovered when this cemetery was established at the time of writing, but a search of Council records showed that the earliest recorded burial was in May 1898.

The cemetery is very small with only about nine recognisable graves plus a memorial plaque to the early pioneers of the area. There are no facilities for visitors.

The Brisbane City Council web site www.brisbane.qld.gov.au has further information about the individual grave sites.

This is a complete listing of all burials in this cemetery up to Jan 21, 2006.

- Frank Lourigan

Cemetery Records

Belshaw, James, no dates
Boreham, Kendall L, d. 7 Feb 1906 ay 3y
Eborall, Harry, no dates
Levitt, Alexander, d. 31 May 1898 at 62y
Marshall, Arthur Ernest, d.28 Sep 1910
Marshall, Esme Joan, d. 21 Jun 1931 at 2y
Marshall, Esme Violet, b. 15 Jan 1911, d. 5 May 2004, s/w Thomas Marshall
Marshall, Harry, d. 21 May 1921 at 28y
Marshall, Raymond Thomas, d. 25 Dec 1947 at 12y
Marshall, Sarah Ann, d. 7 Mar 1945 at 73y s/w Thomas Marshall
Marshall, Thomas, b. 16 Feb 1911, d. 1 Feb 1987, s/w Esme Violet Marshall
Marshall, Thomas, d. 29 Dec 1945 at 85y, s/w Sarah Ann Marshall
McGinn, John, d. 1912 at 72y
McGinn, Sarah, d. 1916 at 73y
Pickering, Ivy Merle, d. 18 Dec 1943 at 15 months s/w Valma Doris Pickering
Pickering, Valma Doris, d. 4 Dec 1937 at 3 weeks, s/w Ivy Merle Pickering
Stokes, Maratha, d. 1947 at 85y
Stokes, Richard, d 1937 at 88y
Sutton, Henrietta, d. 1922
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