Murray Bridge Adelaide Road Cemetery
Photographed July 2008
This cemetery in Adelaide Road replaced the old cemetery.
South Australian Governement Gazette November 11, 1886
BY virtue of the provisions of Act No. 19 of 1862, intituled " An Act for the regulation of Cemeteries," I, the Governor, with the
advice of the Executive Council, do hereby order, direct, and proclaim that all that portion of the hundred of Mobilong, bounded as follows :--
Comprising all that portion of the hundred of Mobilong bounded on the south-west by the north-eastern boundary of section 412 ; on the northwest by the south-eastern boundary of section 40G, and portion of the south-eastern boundary of section 408 ; on the north-east by the southwestern boundary of section 409 ; and on the south-cast by the northwestern side of three chain road north-west of sections 415 and 413— now and lately known and used as a cemetery there, called the Murray Bridge cemetery, shall, from the date hereof, be totally closed and cease to be used as a cemetery, saving, nevertheless, the rights of all persons who may have acquired a portion of the said cemetery for a vault or grave to bury any member of their respective families therein.
Given under my hand and the public seal of the said province, at Adelaide, this tenth day of November, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-six, and in the fiftieth year of Her Majesty's reign.
DAVID MURRAY, Chief Secretary.
ABBOTT, Jean Isabel & Sydney Frederick
LACE, Jessie H