Mudgeeraba community celebrates the centenary of federation 1901 - 2001.  | special events for Mudgeeraba around 1901 were  | - the opening of the railway through to Tweed Heads in 1903  | - Jas Herbert opened the first store in 1902  | - mail contractor to Mudgeeraba in 1901 was Charles Jarvis  | - Population of Mudgeeraba was about 120 (population in 2001 is 9798).  | - Thirty-three new children were enrolled at Mudgeeraba Lower provisional school in 1901 to represent are these ten - Grace Andrews, Flora Bell, Florence Brimelow, Charlotte Cagnacci, Nellie Callaghan, Eileen Donohue, Agnes Fitzgerald, Kate McGuiness, Mary O'Brien and Bertha Schmidt  | Pioneers Memorial, Elsie Laver Park, Mudgeeraba  |

Mudgeeraba community celebrates the centenary of federation 1901 - 2001.
special events for Mudgeeraba around 1901 were
- the opening of the railway through to Tweed Heads in 1903
- Jas Herbert opened the first store in 1902
- mail contractor to Mudgeeraba in 1901 was Charles Jarvis
- Population of Mudgeeraba was about 120 (population in 2001 is 9798).
- Thirty-three new children were enrolled at Mudgeeraba Lower provisional school in 1901 to represent are these ten - Grace Andrews, Flora Bell, Florence Brimelow, Charlotte Cagnacci, Nellie Callaghan, Eileen Donohue, Agnes Fitzgerald, Kate McGuiness, Mary O'Brien and Bertha Schmidt
Pioneers Memorial, Elsie Laver Park, Mudgeeraba



All the headstone photos in Elsie Laver Park, Mudgeeraba, Gold Coast, Queensland
Names in photographed order.
Names in alphabetical order.
Latitude -28.07369090549602, Longitude 153.363036369742
Latitude -28° 4’ 25", Longitude 153° 21’ 47"

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