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Cemetery tour focuses on Aspley residents

A tour of Lutwyche Cemetery will focus on early residents of the Aspley district. The grave pictured also contains the remains of former Aspley resident Emma Kirby. The boy Colin Carr died of pneumonia.
A tour of Lutwyche Cemetery will focus on early residents of the Aspley district. The grave pictured also contains the remains of former Aspley resident Emma Kirby. The boy Colin Carr died of pneumonia. Contributed

THE history of people who lived in the Aspley area will be the focus of a tour of Lutwyche Cemetery conducted by the Chermside and Districts Historical Society on Saturday, May 27.

The two-hour tour will start from the Kitchener Road gates at 9am and will be led by the Society's archivist.

Participants are advised to wear comfortable shoes and a hat and bring water.

Entry is by gold coin donation.

For more information phone Bev on 3350 2874.

Topics:  chermside historical society lutwyche cemetery


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