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Queensland Cemetery Series: Tara Cemetery Headstones 1913-2010

Publisher: Gould Genealogy

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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD
Author: E. Johnson
Year: 2011
ISBN: 9781921807206
Publisher: Gould Genealogy

Tara is a small rural town of about 800 people located approximately 300 kilometres south-west of Brisbane in the Darling Downs region. The cemetery is on the corner of the Chinchilla-Tara Road and Undulla Creek Road. The earliest death recorded on a headstone is that of Victoria Smallcombe in 1913 aged 28 years.

This database has 696 entries for people buried in Tara Cemetery between 1913 and 2010. For each person the following fields have been indexed: Surname, Given Names, Date of Birth, Date of Death, Age, Comments (where appropriate) and the headstone photograph on which the name occurs.

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.

Win 95 or later, CD-ROM drive
minimum RAM 256MB for Win 95/98/Se/Me
minimum RAM 512MB for Win NT/2000/XP
minimum RAM 1GB for Vista/Win 7

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