Dwyer and Mackay

Grave of Jeremiah Minehan "who was accidentally killed on the Golden Horseshoe Mine, 1 July 1910, aged 37 years erected by his loving wife and sons, Norah Isabella, Thomas and Martin Minehan. Kalgoorlie Cemetery, Catholic section Grave No: 3553 (Cemetery have the spelling 'MINAHIN)

Collection Item Data

Medium Format: 16.5x21.6 cm. / 6.5x8.5 inch
Condition: clear image
Medium: Unknown B&W
Keywords: gravejeremiahminehanaccidentallykilledgoldenhorseshoeminejulyagedyearserectedlovingwifesonsnorahisabellathomasmartinkalgoorliecemeterycatholicsectionspellingminahin
Accession Number: GMM1038/102A
Registration Number: GM02038
Location: Kalgoorlie?
State: WA W
Creator:  J.J. Dwyer
Original Legal Broker: Museum of the Goldfields - MOG; Golden Mile Museum
Cataloguer:  Sharma Peebles
Year Taken: 1910

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