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Picture relating to Pimpama - titled 'Frances Waters (rear,second from left)'
Picture relating to Lowood - titled ' Who Killed Kenny at Club Hotel Lowood'
Picture relating to Kingaroy - titled 'Bill Spence,Kingaroy'
Picture relating to Kingaroy - titled ' Bill Spence Kingaroy'
Picture relating to Kingaroy - titled 'Bill Spence." Bellgrove " Kingaroy'
Picture relating to Norman Park - titled 'Edward Harold Waters at Bennetts Road, Norman Park'
Picture relating to Mount Wellington - titled 'Mount Wellington,near Hobart Tasmania'
Picture relating to Cooyar - titled 'Cooyar G.T. Ford Rally'
Picture relating to Cooyar - titled 'Ford GT Rally Cooyar Hotel 2009'
Picture relating to Cooyar - titled 'Cooyar,Queensland Ford G.T. Rally'
Picture relating to Norman Park - titled 'Norman Park'
Picture relating to Petrie Terrace - titled 'Thomas Waters Petrie Terrace'
Picture relating to Petrie Terrace - titled 'Waters Family Graves at Toowong'
Picture relating to Acacia Ridge - titled 'Acacia Ridge butchers'
Picture relating to Kingston S.E. - titled 'Kingston S.E.'
Picture relating to Kingston S.E. - titled 'Kingston S.E.'

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Frances Waters (rear,second from left)

contributed by Muddyboots, taken in 1908
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Frances emigrated with her husband Fredrick,two step children and her own infant son in 1870.Both were employed at "The Grange " at Pimpama by the Reverend Issac Harding..In a two day period the following April,both her son and stepson died and were buried on the property,their graves are believed to be unmarked but in the existing cemetary at the Uniting Church at Pimpama which was originally part of the Grange property.She had another son George shown on her immediate left,born on the property in 1872 plus a further 8 children in Petrie Terrace and still managed to become a successful business woman in her own right.Photo shows the wedding of Frances' daughter to Albert Quaife in 1908

This picture is part of the Bonzle Churches (open in new window) photo collection.