Mrs Fischers Grave Russell Island

The person responsible for Mrs Fischer’s memorial and setting up the museum was Wendy Dorrington. The collection largely was a private one owned by the postmaster of the eighties Jim Batey with his wife Ruth who still lives on the island. Wendy obtained a grant from Redland City Council and the collection was purchased withContinue reading “Mrs Fischers Grave Russell Island”

Chinese Grave at Comet Queensland…Zhang dai guan…dear Parent…

The picture of sun and moon on top of the tomb is a symbol of a minority religious. if I remember correctly, it is called   Islamism. the two Chinese characters right below the symbol is the name of a branch of Islamism,which  pronounced as Xin An in Chinese.  The five vertically written Chinese says thatContinue reading “Chinese Grave at Comet Queensland…Zhang dai guan…dear Parent…”

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