Erected By Stephen Burke & Bridget Bryne In Memory Of Their Parents John Burke Died 6th June 1873 Aged 75 Years and Mary Burke Died 18th December 1876 Aged 80 Years Natives Of Co. Clare, Ireland Also The Deceased Children Stephen and Kate Burke R.I.P.
The obsequies of the late Mr. James Lynch took place at the Axedale Cemetery yesterday.-The cortege consisted of about 100 vehicles, and amongst those present were Crs. Burns and Burke, Messrs. J. Harrington, J. Ryan, J. Brown, T. Clarke, Hawkins, O’Dwyer, Barry, Slattery, Code, and Mr J. Davies. The chief mourners were Messrs. J., T., W., and James Lynch,sons of the deceased Mr, D. Graham son-in-law, and Mr. D.Downey, nephew. The pall-bearers were Messrs. White (2) and Donnellon (2). The service at the grave was conducted by the Rev. Father. Rooney, Mossrs. Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the mortuary arrangements.
Advocate (Melbourne) Saturday 17 December 1910 LYNCH—At Axedale, on the 9th of December, Margaret Lynch (maiden name Donnollon), wife of the late James Lynch, Sugar Loaf, Campaspe, aged 80 years, native of County Clare, Ireland, a colonist of 66 years standing, and mother of Michael, John, Patrick, James, Thomas, the late Mrs. W. Downey, late Mrs. J. Brown, Mrs. M’Carthy, and Mrs R.Graham. R.I.P. —Inserted by her loving granddaughter, Nellie Downey.
sacred to the memory of james Lynch died march 25th 1903 aged 75 years and his wife margaret died december 8th 1910 aged 79 years also their daughter margaret brown r.i.p.
DEVLIN. — The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Devlin, wife of Mr. Matthew Devlin, took place on Monday at the Axedale Cemeterv, leaving the residence of her son-in-law, Constable P. Dwyer, Axedale, and being very largely attended. Many floral tributes were received. Deceased was a native of Yea, and leaves a widower and one daughter. The coffin bearers were Messrs. E. Drake, P. O’Donnell, M. Howley and J. Ryan, and the pall bearers Messrs. W. Hawkins, W. Mannus, N. Deane, C. Hayes, E. Crowe, and C. Curthier. The Rev. Father Brady officiated at the grave and Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral arrangements.
From: The Bendigo Independant, Thursday 08 February 1917, page 4
DEATHS DEVLIN.— On the 7th February, at the residence of her brother-in-law Constable P. Dwyer, Axedale, Florence Victoria (May) Devlin, daughter of Mathew and Elizabeth Devlin, 97 Scotchmere street, North Fitzroy; sister of Mrs. P. Dwyer (Cis.), and the late Leslie Devlin.
IN MEMORY OF ELIZABETH DEVLIN DIED 1.9.1918 AND HER DAUGHTER MAY DIED 7.2.1917 r.i.p.
ERECTED IN MEMORY OF MICHAEL JOSEPH THE BELOVED SON OF MICHAEL & ELLEN KENNEDY NATIVES COUNTY TIPPERARY IRELAND DIED ,MAY 31ST 1876 AGED 9 YEARS R.I.P. ALSO THEIR SON FRANCIS PATRICK WHO DIED 30TH JUNE 1934 AGED 69 R.I.P.
From: Bendigo Advertiser, Thursday 28 June 1906, page 8
OBITUARY The funeral of the late Mr. Terrence Canny, an old and highly respected resident of Mosquito Creek, took place yesterday to the Axedale Cemetery, and was very largely attended. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. P. Bourke, P. Rogers, E. Harrison, and T. Burns. The Rev. Father Rohan conducted the burial service. The deceased gentleman leaves a widow, two sons and a daughter to mourn a sad loss. Messrs. Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral arrangements.
HANNAH CANNY DIED 1908
From: Bendigo Advertiser, Thursday 16 January 1908, page 3
The funeral of the late Mrs. Hannah Canny (relict of the late Terence Canny) took place yesterday to the Axedale Cemetery, leaving her residence, Mosquito Creek, at 2 o’clock and was very largely attended. The deceased lived in Victoria for 56 years, was a native of County Clare, Ireland, and leaves two sons and one daughter. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. E. Drake. J. Frawley, C. Shanahann and J. Mann. The Rev. Father Cremins read the burial service and Messrs, Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF TERRENCE CANNY DIED AT AXEDALE 25TH JUNE 1906 AGED 76 YEARS ALSO HIS BELOVED WIFE HANNAH WHO DIED 13TH JANUARY 1908 AGED 80 YEARS NATIVES OF CLAIRE, IRELAND ETERNAL REST GIVE TO THEM O LORD AND LET PERPETUAL LIGHT SHINE UPON THEM
From: The Bendigo Advertiser, Saturday 26 July, 1913, Page 10 OBITUARY The funeral of the late Mrs. Annie Curthoy, wife of Mr. William Curthoy, took place yesterday to the Axedale Cemetery, leaving her late residence, Axedale, at 2.30. It was very largely attended. There were some beautiful floral tributes. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. E. Drake, M. Howley, S. Doake, and W. Evans. The deceased was 48 years of age, and leaves a widower and four sons and three daughters to mourn their loss. The Rev. Father Rohan read the burial service, and Messrs. Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral arrangements.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR DEAR MOTHER ANNIE CURTHOYS BELOVED WIFE OF WILLIAM CURTHOYS DIED JULY 1913 AGED 48 YEARS ALSO THE ABOVE WILLIAM CURTHOYS DIED 29TH DECEMBER 1945 AGED 83 YEARS
From: Bendigo Advertiser, Wednesday, 30 August 1911, page 6 The funeral of the late Mrs. Bridget McNamara, which took place yesterday to the Axedale cemetery from the residence of her husband, Mr. Denis McNamara, Axedale, was largely attended. The coffin-bearers were, Messrs. J. Colvin, J. Bourke, T. Banfield, W. McNamara. Deceased was a native of Galway, Ireland, a colonist for 60 years, and leaves three sons and one daughter. The Rev. Father Rohan read the burial service, and Messrs. Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral.
Denis McNamara, Died 1912
From: Bendigo Advertiser, Tuesday 12 November 1912 The funeral of the late Mr. Denis McNamara took place yesterday to the Axedale Cemetery, leaving his late residence, Mosquito Creek. It was largely attended. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. J. Colvin, P. Bourke, M. Comer, and W. McNamara. The Rev. Father Rohan read the burial service. Messrs. Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral arrangements.
Bridget McNamara, Died 1884
From: Bendigo Advertiser, Saturday 01 November 1884, page 2. Death has been busy amongst the inhabitants of this district lately, his latest victim being Miss Bridget McNamara, a young lady of only 20 summers, and one for whom there was an universal feeling of respect. Great sympathy is felt for her relatives, and this was shown in a practical manner by about 200 persons following her remains to their last resting-place — the local cemetery. The cause of death was disease of the brain.
Hannah McNamara Died 1924
MRS. HANNAH McNAMARA After an illness of eight weeks Mrs Hannah McNamara died at her residence, Toolleen. Deceased was in the 58th year of her age. She was much respected by a wide circle of friends She was a native of Lauriston, near Kyneton. Deceased was the relict of the late Denis McNamara and mother of William, Mary, Denis, and James. The remains were interred, in the family vault, Axedale. The pall-bcarers were Messrs. A. Duff, M Fouhey, D. Mulvehill, and L. Toohey. Rev. FT. Reman, officiated at the grave. Messrs. Fizelle and Mullqueen conducted the funeral. R.l.P.
*Note: Hannah McNamara was buried in the family vault. Her name has not been engraved with other family members.
here rest denis mcnamara who died nov 9th 1912 aged 84 years bridget mcnamara who died aug 27th 1911 aged 86 years and their daughter bridget who died Oct. 22nd 1884 aged 20 years also denis mcnamara who died dec 11th 1919 aged 60 years “may they rest in peace”