Outback Graves Markers

Fidal A ALBIN (more)

Cause of Death: Unknown

John COULSON (more)

Cause of Death: Dropsy

August HAGSTROM (more)

Cause of Death: Suicide by Gunshot

The deceased was found dead at Linden on 31st May with a gunshot wound to the head and a gun alongside the body.

At the inquest which followed, the jury returned a verdict that the deceased met his death by a gunshot wound self-inflicted.

John HAYES (more)

Cause of Death: Unknown

Deceased came from Stawell, Victoria.

Frederick MOSS (more)

Cause of Death: Suicide by Explosion

Frederick Moss a native of Hanover, Germany, was found dead in his camp on the Danube Mine, Linden, in circumstances pointing to suicide. His head and one hand had been blown off apparently by dynamite. The deceased seemed to have been worried about the war. An explosion was heard soon after he was seen to enter his camp and from an examination of the scene afterwards, it appeared the man had taken a plug of dynamite in his left hand and held it under his head while he lay on his bunk.

Sydney PARRY (more)

Cause of Death: Heart Failure

Lived in New South Wales for 39 years before moving to Western Australia. He applied in Linden for a mining lease on 3rd April 1925.

Peter SCHMIDT (more)

Cause of Death: Heart Disease

Martin WALLISH (more)

Cause of Death: Exposure and thirst

Also known as Martin Wallace. He died intestate leaving assets valued at £20.

George WALTERS (more)

Cause of Death: Natural Causes

Deceased lived in New South Wales for 30 years.

Joseph WILLIAMS (more)

Cause of Death: Natural Causes

Robert WOODS (more)

Cause of Death: Natural Causes

Following the death of Mr Woods, police were endeavouring to trace a son of his who is believed to have been living in the metropolitan area at that time.