O ur first project was the preparation of a selfguided heritage walk featuring the stories of thirty individuals buried in the Cemetery.

Please click on the links of the people of interest below to learn more about their lives.

David Edward McGrath – Murdered Police Constable
Captain William Ambrose Cull – ANZAC and Author
Sir Alexander George Wales – Politician and Lord Mayor of Melbourne
Chinese Heritage
Said Ahmed Shah – Hawker and religious leader
Montague Dare – Business man and Developer
Casamento Family – Fruiterers
Charles Web Gilbert – Sculptor
Anketell Family
Joseph Francis Hannan – Unionist and Member of Parliament
Anna Teresa Brennan – Lawyer and equal rights advocate
James Smith – Pentridge warder
The Spry Family – Carriers
William Murray – Victim of SS Dandenong disaster
Maggie and Annie Tucker – Victims of the Sunshine rail disaster
George Arthur Keartland – Naturalist and ornithologist
Laurence Cohen – Trade unionist and Political leader
Laurence Cohen - Commemoration talk
Albert (Nuts) Renny – Jockey
Archibald Stewart - Trade unionist and Political leader
Walter Henry (Dick) Lee – Collingwood footballer
William Gutherie Spence – Lay preacher and politician
John (Snowy) Cutmore – Criminal and gangland enforcer
John and Catherine Curtin – Parents of Prime Minister John Curtin
John Paul Sennitt – Ice and ice cream manufacturer
James Francis (Jock) McHale – Collingwood footballer and coach
Isaac Mattson – Eureka Stockade rebel
Friend Holness – Metropolitan Fire Brigade firefighter
James Robert Jewell – Butcher and politician
Abel Greenwood – Businessman and Shire President
Frederick Wiiliam Buzaglo - Municipal administrator