Henry Laidley & Eileen Sylvia Badrick Henry Laidley Badrick was born in Laidley on 23 June, 1908 to parents John and Hannah
Joseph Bennett settled in the ranges at the end of Hilder Road in 1870 and thus commenced his vision for the future of his family in The Gap.
Alfred John Best whose family pioneered the Horse Drawn Coach Service from Brisbane to Sandgate in the 1860's married Lucina Emma Bennett
David Carnegie: Born Carnoustie, Scotland, 1885; died Brisbane 1981. Lucie Carnegie (nee) Barton Born London, 1883; died Brisbane 1976. When David migrated
John (Jack) Dillon was the second of eight children born on the 23rd February 1916 to his mother Petra and father Albert Henry, who was a carpenter and market gardener
Frank and Vera Easton, and their two children May and Doug, were local identities who owned the corner store in the photograph.
Robert (Bob) and Frances Edwards bought seven and a quarter acres at 52 Alutha Road in 1950. They bought the land from
William Fursman - Born 18th March 1914, Died 28th September 1996. Nancy (nee) Winn- Born 16th June 1913, married 9th December 1939
Paul and Eda were early Pioneers from Germany and settled in The Gap in 1872 and raised a family of three girls
From an interview with Vic and Kath (nee Harrison) Townsend. Kath’s Grandparents on her paternal side were James and Mary Harrison of
Gil and Kate Inwood, Inwood Place Gilbert Edward Inwood was born on 7 August 1894 at Gravesend, County of Kent, the second
When Edwin Low married Eliza Alice Ensor at the Parish of Hornchurch, founded by Edward the Confessor, Essex England, back in 1882,
The 47th year of Strathaven Hatchery is celebrated in the quilt panel. When Walter and Jessie (nee Dickson) Brown migrated
McMullin – Althouse Family
Bertha Mary Louise Winsch was born in 1884 and following her marriage to Robert McMullin they lived and operated a small business
Jesse Paten When the immigrant ship “Irene” dropped anchor at Moreton Bay, New South Wales on 16 February 1858 after
Margaret and Arthur Pointer moved to The Gap from Upper Kedron where they had lived on the Lade's property and farmed in
Sam Rowe, born in Bundaberg, served in the 1st World War in Belgium and France. He later lived in Chaprowe Street, The
Maria's Story Some months back a chance conversation with a Gap lady I have know for a number of years, mentioned just
Nurdon H. Serico – A Rich Heritage Maurice and Melinda with Lord Mayor Graham Quirk, Nurdon Serico, Lady Mayoress Anne Quirk
Dave Edward Smith – born Kelvin Grove 5th March, 1913. Amelia (Millie) Nancy Smith (nee) Heyer born Red Hill 16th March, 1915.