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Fawkner Crematorium & Memorial Park
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

1187 Sydney Road
Fawkner Victoria 3060
(03) 9355 3118

Established 1906 as New Melbourne General Cemetery. This is Australia's largest cemetery with over 352,000 burials. The Old Pioneer section comprises 220 graves transferred from the Old Victorian Markets site in 1922.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Last edited May 31, 2006. Total records = 8.

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Batman, John, d. 06 May 1839, (Founder of Melbourne) who landed at Port Phillip 29 May 1835, erected by the Melbourne City Council in honor of the Early Pioneers, (removed from old Melb. Cem Grave 999), Old Pioneer Sect, [JD]
Jackson, James, d. 8 Feb 1851, age 45-46yr, of Toorak, "Erected by several colonists" died at sea aboard the Barque Nelson during her passage to England (removed from old Melb. Cem Grave 323), Old Pioneer Sect, [JD]
Newson, Edward Samuel, b. 1855, Bur 7 Feb 1923, h/o Wilhelmina, [DO]
Newson, Georgina Esther Liddle, b. 1869 Sandhurst, d. Feb 1953, bur. 3 Feb 1953, w/o Charles John Newson, [DO]
Newson, Henry Leopold, b. 1908, Hawthorn, d. Apr 1971 Parkville, bur. 16 Apr 1971, h/o Matilda, [DO]
Newson, John (Jack) Davis Strahan, b. 19 Jul 1916, d. 23 Sep 1996, bur. 26 Sep 1996, h/o Edna, [DO]
Newson, Margaret Ellen Kiely, b. 20 Jul 1868, Bendigo, d. 8 Oct 1949, bur. 11 Oct 1949, w/o Thomas, [DO]
Newson, Thomas Blyth, b. 16 Sep 1868 Geelong, d. 2 Aug 1952, bur. 5 Aug 1952, h/o Margaret Ellen, [DO]
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