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Redland Heritage Pioneer Cemetery (Lisa Street Cemetery)
Redland Shire, Queensland, Australia

Lisa Street off Welington Rd
Cleveland, Redland Shire, Qld
07 38298999
email <rsc@redland.qld.gov.au>

Contributed by Rhonda Demarco, Sep 19, 2001, last edited May 14, 2006 [deminc@hotmail.com] Total records = 11.

The cemetary now only has a fenced area with a large headstone errected by the Local older primary school and the Redland shire council, and all the area is now a playground. A contact no. is 07 38298999, email rsc@redland.qld.gov.au

These records are the only surviving records of the people burried here there are a number of others that are unknown.

These records were transcribed by myself from the site and from a death certificate, held by myself on 19 Sep 2001. The lady Amelia Hobbs is my Great Grandmother.

This was the earliest cemetary used by the pioneers of Cleveland and Orminston. There were very few burrials there, aprox 25, but is a very important piece of history. It is a testament to the neglect of our heritage for it to be left in such a manner of disregard.

- Rhonda Demarco

Cemetery Records

Bottomley, Henry, no date, a carpenter
Clarey, Bridget, no dates, child
Dawson, John, no dates
Hamilton, Robert, no dates
Hobbs, Amelia,Emily, d. 28 Jul 1860, bur. 30 Jul 1860, age 26yrs, born England, died Cleveland, Australia
Lyons, Sydney A, b. 1817, d. 1861, father of Qld press
Neale, J, no dates, a fisherman
Rae, William, no dates, a pubilican
Sherrin, George, b. 1844, d. 1865
Sherrin,William, b. 1862, d. 1864
Welan, Andrew, no dates, a blacksmith
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