Long Departed

Exploring old country cemeteries – a fascinating view into the past…

Old Grave Harrow Cemetery, Victoria Australia
Harrow Cemetery, Victoria Australia
Epitaph Old Grave Harrow Cemetery, Victoria Australia
Harrow Cemetery, Victoria Australia
Epitaph Old Grave Harrow Cemetery, Victoria Australia
Quite the epitaph!
Johnny Mullagh (1843-1891), a West Wimmera local, was a star on the Aboriginal First XI cricket team that toured England in 1868. During the 45 matches played on that tour, he scored 1,698 runs at 23.68 and whilst bowling at a medium fast pace, took 245 wickets at 10.00. Today he lays at rest in the Harrow Cemetery.
Johnny Mullagh (1843-1891), a West Wimmera local, was a star on the Aboriginal First XI cricket team that toured England in 1868. During the 45 matches played on that tour, he scored 1,698 runs at 23.68 and whilst bowling at a medium fast pace, took 245 wickets at 10.00. Today he lays at rest in the Harrow Cemetery.
Old Grave Horsham Cemetery, Victoria Australia
Horsham Cemetery, Victoria Australia

 

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