Marianne Lynn

Marianne Lynn – Location, Ballarat New Cemetery, Private D, Section 06, Grave 05. (BCN-PVD-06-105-05) Marianne was married to one of the first founding solicitors at Ballarat.  Their accommodation was opposite Martha Clendinning.  Assumptions can be made that...

Elizabeth Freeman

Elizabeth Freeman Location – Ballarat New Cemetery, Church of England C, Section 3, Grave 17.  (BCN-COEC-03-105-17-03) Arriving in Australia at 17 years of age, Elizabeth worked as a domestic servant until she married John Freeman who was 20 years her senior. ...

Elizabeth Eggleton

Elizabeth Eggleton – Location, Ballarat New Cemetery, Church of England B, Section 03, Grave 38. (BCN-COEB-03-105-38-03) Present on the Goldfields at the time of the Eureka...

Martha Clendinning

Martha Clendinning, Location – Ballarat New Cemetery, Church of England D, Section 1, Grave 47. (BCN-COED-01-105-47-48) Known as the ‘lady who walked to Ballarat’  Martha was present on the Goldfields with her sister.  Both were married and both became prominent...

Agnes Grieg (Franks)

Agnes Grieg (Franks) – Location, Ballarat New Cemetery, Presbyterian A,  Section 19, Grave 02. (BCN-PRSA-19-105-02X-02) Agnes was 16 years old at time of Eureka Uprising and an eye witness to events.  Agnes travelled with family to the Goldfields to join her...