Outback Graves Markers

Anthony Plomer THOMAS

Burial Location:Edjudina  (details...)
Occupation: About 2 and a half years
Place of Death: Edjudina Gold Mine
Date of Death: 05 July 1900
Age:28 years
Cause of Death:Fall of Earth
OGM Ref#: 2072
Headstone:OGM Aluminium
Monument Style: Grave has iron surround, with elaborate engraved headstone in metal.


Loving Memory Of
Anthony Plomer Thomas
Dearly Beloved Son of
Samuel and Hanorah Thomas
Accidentally killed at
Edjudina July 5th 1900
Aged 28 years


The deceased was accidentally killed in a mine by a fall of earth.

Anthony Plomer Thomas, late of Edjudina, Western Australia, formerly of Ascot, Victoria, miner, left an estate valued at £90 17s. 5d. to the. Ballarat Trustees, Executors, and Agency Co., Limited.

Anthony's father was born in 1844 at Falmouth, Cornwall, England, his wife was four years his junior. The couple married in Ballarat on 4 November 1867 and produced a family of ten children, of which Anthony was the third eldest.. His siblings were: John Russell born 1869; Samuel Russell born 1870; John Richard born 1873; James born 1875 (died 1875); Honoria Elizabeth born 1876; Emma Bartlett born 1879; William Herbert born 1881; Mabel May born 1886; Albert Ernest Victor born 1889. The parents both died in Ballarat: Honoria in 1915 and her husband in 1928.

Parents:Hanorah (nee HOGAN) and Samuel Russell THOMAS
Birth Details:6 August 1871, Bungaree, Victoria; Birth Registration 1454/1871, Bungaree, Victoria
Death Certificate:717/1900
State Records Office: Anthony Plomer Thomas AU WA S59 cons3458 1901/030 Item - Part of APPLICATIONS FOR GRANTS OF LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION (ORIGINALS)