I walked to the bus stop then a white ute went passed, stopped and reversed back. It was a couple who I had been talking to the wife earlier in the caravan park, and they gave me a lift in. I found over 100 relatives in the local cemetery, and also a book on the Astill family which turn out to be connected to my family and to Darryl's. Darryl walked over early to get the car, then came into town to pick me up. We went to the cemetery to find the grave of his 2nd great grandparents, John and Emma Jane Roberts, plus some of the Lawry graves. There is no official record of Richard Cundy being buried here, even though that is what it says on his death certificate.
|John Roberts - Darryl's 2nd Great Grandfather - I believe his wife Emma Jane (nee Williams) is also in this grave|
|Anne Maria Roberts (nee Eves)|
|Samuel James Roberts & Thomas Henry Roberts -|
"They left their homes in perfect healthNot thinking death was nearThey had not time to say good-byeTo those they loved so dear."Died with his brother Thomas in the mining accident at the Wentworth Proprietary mines. ('Lucknow - a Veritable Goldmine' by Kerrin Cook, 1995)