The 2017 'Scots Day Out' Scottish Heritage Tour this year will provide historical information about various pioneers of Scottish Heritage who are buried at Bendigo Remembrance Park including the Hon. Angus Mackay.
Carl Unmack, one of the earliest partners in the butchery trade in Sandhurst, died in 1902 and was buried at the Bendigo Cemetery on 21st of January. His son Charles Julius Unmack died on 21st January 1917 and was also buried in the Bendigo Cemetery on the 23rd of January, 1917.
George Edward Thomson died on the 17th of January 1889 and was buried in Bendigo Remembrance Park on the 18th of January, 1889.
Bendigo Stationmaster and Victorian Football League life member Lewis Francis Dallas was buried in Kangaroo Flat Cemetery January 3rd 1901.
J. B. Wilson was buried in the Bendigo Cemetery on 2nd January 1909 after passing away on New Years Eve in 1908. He was a well know and outstanding local Monumental Mason as well as a committed member of his local community.
John Snaith Rymer was born on the 5th December 1806 and was a founding member of the Church of England in White Hills who was very passionate about all matters relating to the development of White Hills. He was buried at the White Hills Remembrance Park with his wife in 1876.
On 18 November 1899 Thomas (Tom) Flanagan, co-founder of the Kalgoorlie goldfields in 1893, was buried in the White Hills Cemetery.
Henry Avery (one of the first Councillors elected when Eaglehawk became a Borough in 1863) died on 29th October 1883 and was interred in the Bendigo Remembrance Park on October 31st, 1883.
On September 23rd, 1910 - The Bendigo Pottery founder George Duncan Guthrie was interred in Bendigo Remembrance Park.
The Anti Gold License Association was formed in Sandhurst in June 1853 under the leadership of George Edward Thomson, ably assisted by William Dixon Campbell Denovan.
Today, August 8th is the anniversary of the Funeral and Burial of John Snowball in 1858.
On behalf of the CEO Remembrance Parks Central Victoria, Graham Fountain please be advised of memorial damage to 11 graves at White hills cemetery earlier this week.
The 'Garden of Angels' at Bendigo Remembrance Parks will be rejuvenated over the next couple of weeks as part of an improvements project that has been made possible with a grant from the Francis and Harold Abbott Foundation.
Starting Tuesday the 19th of April, Remembrance Parks Central Victoria will begin a series of works and improvements designed to upgrade the Eaglehawk Crematorium Chapel and its facilities.
Consistent with its vision of nurturing enduring remembrance and to facilitate its mission to create and maintain enduring and accessible remembrance into perpetuity whilst delivering quality and caring service with compassion, RPCV has established these guidelines to enable achievement of its vision and mission.
Remembrance Parks – Central Victoria, RPCV, [formerly Bendigo Cemeteries Trust] continues to evolve its services and products to meet the needs of a changing community.
In recognition of the ANZAC's and to commemorate the centenary of World War I, The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust in conjunction with the Returned Services League (RSL Victorian Branch), has produced a poppy tile that can be fixed to your plaque or post box etc.
Have you got a loved one that was interred in one of our remembrance parks between 1970 and 1990? A recent look into cremated remains memorials has shown that some limited tenure memorials are expired or will be expiring.