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Neerdie Cemetery
Cooloola Shire, Queensland, Australia

Lat: 26°00'03"S, Lon: 152°44'38"E

Contributed by Joy Byrne (deceased)
submitted: Feb 28, 2000.
Total records = 8.

From Gympie, take the Tin Can Bay Road, watching for the Neerdie sign on the left. It is about 8km to the left of the road. The settlement is just a small cluster of houses. Proceed onto the gravel for about 10mins, looking for the blue cemetery sign on the left. The sign heralds a bush track which leads to the small cemetery reserve, just a short walk

I became aware of the existence of this cemetery, when I saw the burial notice for "Tal" Killen. There was only one plaque, when I visited in 1999. It was for the Ostwald family, and erected In May 1992, by the descendants of their surviving children, namely, John, Joseph, Albert, Theresa (Enright), Marg (Burns), Ruby (Wilkie) & Rudolph. In 2002 another has been added with more information.

- Joy Byrne

Cemetery Records

Killen, C. A. "Tal", d. 16-7-1999, aged 74, NX179544 Private, 2/22 Infantry Bat, h/o Madge
Ostwald, Beatrice Olive, d. 12-5-1900, b. 7-10-1899, d/o Joseph Ostwald and Mary Jane Power
Ostwald, George, d. 7-5-1892, b. 15-6-1890, d/o Joseph Ostwald and Mary Jane Power
Ostwald, James William, d. 1-11-1898, b. 21-5-1897, s/o Joseph Ostwald and Mary Jane Power
Ostwald, William, d. 6-5-1892, b. 15-6-1890, s/o Joseph Ostwald and Mary Jane Power
Ostwald, Joseph, no dates
Ostwald, Mary Jane Power, no dates
Ostwald, Joseph, b. 21-03-1883, d. 07-10-1883, first born son of John and Mary is buried in Tozer Park, Gympie
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