Rosevale St Paul's Lutheran Church (and cemetery)


Address: (church) Rosewood-Aratula Road (North of town)
(cemetery) Lutheran cemetery road (heading south from church, take second left (just before reaching Catholic church) cross one road and follow bend to left)
Opened: approx. 1881
# graves:

Originally on this sit was St. Laurentius Church (1881 - 1928)

St Laurentius was erected 1881, to provide a worship place for German Lutherans who had settled the area, dedicated by Pastors Goessling and Heiner, from Kirchheim (Laidley) and Ipswich. It was served from Laidley until 1900, when it realigned with Ipswich Parish..

1905 had their own pastor, Pr Doblies, who eventually lived in small manse near the church...

Church destroyed by fire in 1928. Rosewood Lutheran Cemetery marks the site where St Laurentius stood for nearly 50 years...

Because the Rosevale settlement had moved further west, the church was rebuilt at its current site, on land leased by Mr W.Borchert... New church dedicated 1929, currently served from Rosewood.
Ref Lutheran Church

More information about
Cemetery Locations in Boonah Shire

1904 Post Office Directory - Rosedale. Rosevale. Mount Morinish. Mount Perry. Mount Pleasant. Mount Rainbow. Mount Romeo Mount Shamrock. Mountside. Mount Stanley. Mount Sturt.

http://members.ozemail.com.au/~jpshort/goughs.htm - Gough family
 
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~comerford/ - LAWRENCE family
 
http://www.schools.ash.org.au/rosevale/ - Rosevale state school
 
http://www.vcpa.com.au/QLD/boonah_fassifern_guardian.html - Fassifern Guardian (Boonah)
 
http://www.donicht.de/sbeverlyannmarkham.htm - From Hohenselchow to Queensland
 
http://www.mun.ca/rels/restmov/digital/jph/JPH114.HTM - Jubilee Pictorial History of Churches of Christ in Australasia (1903)
 
http://www.nrm.qld.gov.au/property/placenames/detail.php?id=29068 -

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ROSEVALE

Place Type Parish
Local Authority Boonah Shire
Status Approved & Current
Gazettal
Plan Number
Narrative Derived from pastoral run name, used by William? Ross ( - ) pastoralist originally Rossvale, corrupted to Rosevale between 1850s and 1860s.
Alternative Name
Previous Name
Location
Latitude: 27 52' S
Longitude: 152 26' E
Datum: GDA94
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ROSEVALE

Place Type Locality Bounded
Local Authority Boonah Shire
Status Approved & Current
Gazettal
Date: 25-Aug-2000
Page: 1423
Plan Number QPN751
Narrative Derived from a pastoral run name used first in 1850s, by William? Ross ( - ) pastoralist, as Rossvale. Named and bounded by the Minister for Natural Resources 25th August 2000.
Alternative Name
Previous Name
Location
Latitude: 27 51' 33" S
Longitude: 152 29' 29" E
Datum: GDA94
 
 


Ipswich boundary changes .
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Latitude -27.846853667312, Longitude 152.5156428378892
Latitude -27° 50’ 49", Longitude 152° 30’ 56"

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