Queensland Cemetery Series: Calliope Headstones 1876-2010
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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD
Author: E. Johnson
Publisher: Eileen Johnson
Calliope is a small rural town of about 1,550 people located near the junction of the Bruce and Dawson Highways, twenty kilometres south-west of Gladstone. It is said to be named after the ship Calliope which brought Governor FitzRoy to Port Curtis in 1854. The cemetery is located at 60 Morcom Road, Calliope
This database contains information on 403 people whose names appear on headstones in Calliope Cemetery - years of death range from 1876 to 2010. For each person the following fields have been indexed: Surname, Given Names, Date of Birth, Date of Death, Age, Comments and a photograph of the headstone.
Searchable using QFHSdatasearch, this is a generic interface designed to search genealogy databases and developed by the Queensland Family History Society Inc. This version features field oriented and keyword searches, Boolean selection, sorting and wildcard searches.
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