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Bradbury Grave
Bradbury Grave

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Headstone erected by pupils and friends over grave of Thomas Bradbury who died in 1898. 

Thomas Bradbury, a Headteacher of Beenleigh School for 21 years, drowned in the Logan River. 

The body of Thomas Bradbury, the well-known head teacher of the Beenleigh State School, has been found in the River Logan. How he got there is at present unknown.
Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW), 18 January 1898. 

Location

Address:River Hills Road, Cemetery, Eagleby, 4207
State:QLD
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -27.701768
Long: 153.203795
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Grave
Monument Theme:People
Sub-Theme:Education

Dedication

Approx. Monument Dedication Date:1898
Front Inscription
           SACRED 
                  TO
        THE MEMORY OF

   THOMAS BRADBURY
     BORN JUNE 24th 1842
    DIED JANUARY 15th 1898
FOR 21 YEARS HEAD TEACHER OF THE 
STATE SCHOOL, BEENLEIGH

                  ALSO
 
HANNAH DELILAH BRADBURY
      WIFE OF THE ABOVE 
       BORN JANY. 3rd. 1845
       DIED DECr. 10th 1891.
            REST IN PEACE 
ERECTED BY THEIR FRIENDS AND PUPILS.

 
Source: MA
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