Edward Deshon – Public Servant

Edward Deshon, 1836 - 1924 was an important Queensland Public Servant who bought and sold land around Coorparoo. His family home Kemandine was built around 1885 and was later acquired by Archbishop Duhig and opened as Loreto College. Deshon Street at East Brisbane is named after him.

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William Parry-Okeden – Commissioner of Police

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The Friends of Balmoral Cemetery Inc (or FOBC) was established on 28 July 2001, to preserve and enhance Brisbane’s historic Balmoral Cemetery.

Acknowledgments

Friends of Balmoral Cemetery Inc. are grateful for the assistance of many individuals and organisations for their ongoing support and for some of the information contained in this website:

 

  • Brisbane City Council, City Cemeteries

  • State Library of Queensland

  • Descendants of those who were laid to rest at Balmoral Cemetery

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