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“Burial of ELIZABETH JANE BOURKE.”
“Burial of WILLIAM SCAMMELL.” [?] [See “Notes”]
Catie Gilchrist, “Elizabeth Bourke: A Much-Lamented Lady,” St. John’s Online (2019).
The publication Matthew J. Fox, The History of Queensland: Its People and Industries: An Historical and Commercial Review Descriptive and Biographical Facts, Figures and Illustrations: An Epitome of Progress, (Brisbane: States Publishing Company, 1923), p. 205 asserts: “…when an infant child of Mrs. Scammell died [the infant William Scammell] it was buried in Governor Bourke’s vault in the churchyard of St. John’s, Parramatta [i.e. Elizabeth Jane Bourke’s grave], where members of the Deas Thompson family also lie.” Credit for this research: Peter Yates.
St. John’s Online (stjohnsonline.org), Memorial: Left Section, Row 31, Memorial F, (L.31.F), St. John’s Cemetery, Parramatta (2022), https://stjohnsonline.org/memorials/left-section/row-31/memorial-f/, accessed [insert current date]
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