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Cemeteries & Memorial Parks

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Mersey Vale Memorial Park

Historical and heritage value In 1968 Devonport, Latrobe and Kentish Councils entered into a three way agreement to jointly establish and operate a central lawn …

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Old Mersey Bluff Cemetery

Historical and heritage value In 1887 the Council purchased 13 acres of land on the corner of what is now Bluff Road and Coles Beach …

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Pioneer Park Cemetery

Historic and heritage value There are two known cemeteries which were originally established at Pioneer Park – the Church of England Cemetery and the Wesleyan …

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Congregational Cemetery/Don Cemetery

Historic and heritage value The Congregational Cemetery/Don Cemetery is a small burial ground, with the older headstones dating from the late nineteenth and early twentieth …

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St Olave’s Anglican Cemetery

Historic and heritage value St Olave’s Anglican Church was built in 1877 in the centre of the old settlement and was later relocated, by a …

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The General Cemetery

Historic and heritage value The town of Devonport did not have a major cemetery until the opening of the ‘New General Cemetery’ late in the …

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Cemetery Search

Mersey Vale & Devonport Cemetery Search Searching the Database All finalised interments at Mersey Vale Memorial Park are recorded in a database and may be …

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