This is a very small private cemetery in the Greensborough area and the cemetery area (or what is known of it) has been cleaned up, fenced and a plaque put on it by the Rotary Club of Greensborough during the 150th Anniversary of the State Of Victoria. The small cemetery is to the west of Greensborough in a small river valley. I found it a few years ago after finding references to it on death certificates and photographed the area. There are no headstones left.
and adjacent to the Home of
some of the District's Earliest Pioneers.
Margaret Whatmough Died: 24.3.1850
Mary Ann Whatmough Died: 11.11.1853
Benjamin Whatmough Died: 2.1.1855
Robert Partington Died: 1.2.1857
Aged: 1 year 4 months.
Jessie Whatmough Died: 2.9.1858
James Partington Died: 21.12.1860
Aged 9 years 6 months
5th Generation Still live in the District"
I did a check for the death certificates for these people, just to get further information. I could only locate two of them at the Victorian Registry, and found what might be some "issues" with the data on the plaque. Still the cemetery does (did) exist as I have other records identifying it. But who is actually buried there needs to be verified.David Weatherill Email: email@example.com
Bundoora, Victoria, Australia