Churchmouse Website Photograph: AUST16


 

Photograph by: Peter Fairweather.
Photograph: Peter Fairweather
AUST16

Payneham Cemetery

nr. Adelaide

South Australia.

Cast iron marker thought at first to be typical Etna design BUT on the back is a makers mark saying Smith & Wellstood Ltd., Bonnybridge Foundry, and on the stove enamelled inscription plate on the extreme bottom right beneath the surrounding line is the words "Simpson Fnls Adelaide."

IN LOVING MEMORY OF ADA DEARLY BELOVED WIFE OF HANS CARL MAX HUSER DIED MAY 27 1907. AGED 23 YEARS.
PEACEFUL BE THY SILENT SLUMBER,
PEACEFUL IN THY GRAVE SO LOW.
THOU NO MORE WILT JOIN OUR NUMBER.
THOU NO MORE OUR SONG WILT KNOW.

AUST16 is a similar pattern to AUST15 but without Stove Enamelling and losing its paint work by weathering. However it is also a rarity as the name plate is an enamelled metal plate.

 

 

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