Setting our GPS to find the way to the Springsure cemetery lead us astray. Why can we only use GPS to get us to places that are easy to find? We made it to the cemetery. If only we had a GPS to find the grave we were looking for. We looked at every grave in a systematic way – nothing. Returning to the car to call up Barry to see whether he remembered where the grave was located, I had another look at a grave that was at the very front. There was nothing on the stone from where I was looking, but venturing to the other side I found it to be the grave of Kezia Tregilgus, although it was spelled Keziah Tregilgus, the great great great grandmother of Lesley, died on 10th of April 1873 in the Springsure hospital. She was 52 years old.

What a beautiful spot to be buried!

If you haven’t read my previous posts, please check out the post about Taroom and Rolleston or perhaps even read the book Sophia Grantham aka Kezia Tregilgus which can be downloaded from Smashwords for free.

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