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Linden Cemetery  S 29° 17.32, E 122° 25.28

The first burial was in 1898 when the cemetery was gazetted and it was not until 1911 that the second occurred.

In 1915 the local residents wrote to the Dept of Works to ask “ we are enquiring of you as the best possible way to secure a small grant to erect a fence around the Linden burial ground in which there are three bodied buried.  It is,  at the moment, unprotected from wild dogs, of which there are many in this part of the country, and also of travellers who may pass over in their conveyances without know it.

ALBIN Fidal A d. 9 Jul 1923 age 60, Occ:- Miner, In Change house of Devon Gold Mine, Linden,  b. Switzerland –Mt Margaret death cert 12/1923

COULSON John d. 26 Aug 1923 at Linden Hotel age 59 b. Sweden – North Coolgardie death cert 5/1923

HAGSTROM August about 31 May 1915 -8 miles from Linden age 50 North Coolgardie death cert 11/1915

HAYES John d. 21 Nov 1917 age 61 – Mt Margaret death cert 34/1917

MOSS Frederick d. 17 Jul 1916 age 41 b. Germany – North Coolgardie 11/1916

PARRY Sydney, d 22 Feb 1926, Linden, Occ:- Prospector, 59yrs, Cause:- Heart Failure, born Mooree NSW, In NSW 39yrs, In WA 20yrs, buried Linden Cemetery.– Mt Margaret death cert 2/1926

SCHMIDT Peter d. 22 Mar 1899 age 45 – North Coolgardie death cert 22/1899

WALLISH Martin d. 8 Jan 1911 age 42 – North Coolgardie death cert 4/1911

WILLIAMS Joseph d. 20 Nov 1913 age 49 - North Coolgardie death cert 1/1914

WOODS Robert d. 29 Jul 1923 age 63 – North Coolgardie death cert 1/1923

WALTERS George, d 16 Oct 1924, Linden Hotel, Occ:-Labourer, 51yrs, Natural Causes, born Newcastle NSW, In NSW 30yrs, buried Linden Cemetery. Mt Margaret 26/1924


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