George Thomas GRAHAM 1875-1942
Jane NANKERVIS 1876-1966
Head Teacher 1907-1921, Digby State School No. 2047, S-W Victoria, Australia
Miners Rest ; Bendigo ; Lakes Entrance ; Eaglehawk ; Digby, Natimuk and Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
George Thomas GRAHAM 1875-1942, b. Miners Rest, Victoria to Andrew Morton GRAHAM and Elizabeth Jane JAMES; d. Melbourne, Victoria; married at Eaglehawk, Victoria in 1901 to Jane NANKERVIS 1876-1966, b. Bendigo, Victoria to William NANKERVIS and Mary Jane FORD; d. Melbourne, Victoria.
1901 : George GRAHAM was Head Teacher at Lakes Entrance, Victoria.
1901 : George GRAHAM married Jane NANKERVIS at Eaglehawk.
1904 : George GRAHAM was Head Teacher at Springfield (near Lancefield), Victoria.
1907-21 : George GRAHAM was Head Teacher at Digby State School.
1914 : son Ronald James GRAHAM was born and died at Digby State School, buried Digby Cemetery.
1917-18 : George GRAHAM was a driving force in the planning and establishment of the Digby Avenue of Honour.
1921-33 : George GRAHAM was Head Teacher at Natimuk State School.
1934 : George GRAHAM was Head Teacher at Glen Waverley State School.
1935, Apr 26 : George GRAHAM unveiled the "Jane Duff" Memorial at Nurcoung, near Goroke.
1908 : Florence Agnes Mary "Floss" BROBEN (HEAZLEWOOD), wife of William BROBEN died at Smeaton and was buried in the Digby Cemetery.
1910 : William Albion BROBEN transferred as Head Teacher at Smeaton State School to Warracknabeal State School.
1912 : William Albion BROBEN Head Teacher at the new Warracknabeal Higher Elementary School.
1917 : William Albion BROBEN transferred as Head Teacher at Warracknabeal State School to Ringwood State School.
William BROBEN and Florence Agnes Mary "Floss" HEAZLEWOOD had the following family...
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