To be held in the Lodge at the Brighton General Cemetery on North Road, Caulfield South
Guest Speaker: Carol Stals
Positions Vacant: President, Vice President and Committee Person
If anyone is interested in taking on one of these positions please ring or email me and I will forward a nomination form.
Brighton Cemetorians were thrilled to receive funding of $9,946 from the Australian Government”s “Your Community Heritage Program” to restore the grave of author Rolf Boldrewood, buried at Brighton General Cemetery in 1915.
In 1883 Boldrewood achieved international popularity with his iconic novel Robbery Under Arms, the story of Captain Starlight and his notorious bushrangers.
Rolf Boldrewood was the pen name of Thomas Alexander Browne, who led a colourful life as a squatter, gold commissioner and magistrate before taking up the pen to author 16 novels, numerous short stories, several works of non-fiction and an autobiography.