Sincere thanks to Yvonne and Kevin Coate for permission to use the text from "More Lonely Graves" as our reference for locating and marking the Graves. The text contained in the database spreadsheet is from the book and where possible also contains additional text from research conducted by Outback Graves.
If you have any information you think may be relevant to any of stories contained in the database, please feel free to forward to us for inclusion.
Outback Graves are working closely with the Shire of Laverton to mark all the burials within the Shire.
A fantastic project is about to begin as we work with the assistance of the wonderful local historians supported by the Shire of Leonora.
Thank you for the kind donation, your sponsorship has gone towards producing this website https://www.rslwa.org.au/branch/leonora/
Working closely with the Goldfields Shires to identify the burials in their areas and to tell the stories is an honour and priveledge.
Moya Sharp is a most generous lady who has been of great assistance to us in the research of the folk buried in the Goldfields and beyond and has the greatest store of information on her website. Please visit Outback Family History to read some magic stories and become enthused about saving our outback history.
Our grateful thanks for the supply of bolts, neoprene washers and other fixings which ensure our plaques will survive the rigors of the harsh outback.
See our database for a list of Cemeteries we have marked in conjunction with the Shire of Sandstone
We are most greatful to Mark and the Toyota Landcruiser Club of WA for the work they are doing in assisting the recording of history in the Goldfields and to Mark and Debbie for the great in depth research to complete the stories.
We gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Track Care who have come on board to partner Outback Graves with our projects and for their on-going administrative support. In addition, Track Care has offered physical partnership at Trade Fairs which would otherwise be unavailable to Outback Graves.
We sincerely thank Adrian Holdaway for his most generous support in the supply and maintenance of our rotary engravers – an essential component for Outback Graves