Lonely Graves Main Page
|Name||Date of Death||Other Information|
||He was a miner and speared to death.
|Bengston, Nils||14/6/1919||Aged 68. He was a prospector.|
|Betts, David Walter
||Aged about 50. He was a miner who died from exposure.
|Betts, W||No further details, this may be a confusion with the person above.|
||A miner who died of heart disease.
|Byrne, W||No further details, this may be a confusion with the person above.|
|Dawson, James Leopold
||Aged about 27. He was miner who died from taking
||Aged 76. Died from senile decay.
||No further details
|Graves, William Rubin
|Johnson, Charles||February 1894||Buried at Siberia II|
|Johnson Julium/Julius||8/3/1894||Buried on the track to Siberia.|
|Kirkham, John||4/4/1920||Aged 61. He was a dryblower. Other records show that a Kirkham ran the hotel.|
|Kirkham||Infant. No other details, possibly a child of the above.|
|Lee, Thomas alias Thistleton||found 21/1/1915||Aged about 56. He was a prospector and died from the heat.|
|McHugh, James||April 1896||Aged between 45 and 50. He is buried where his body was found 14 miles north east of Siberia. He died a slow and agonising death from thirst.|
|McCormick, D||No further details.|
|Miller, Donald B||12/12/1896||Aged 45. He died from an inflammation of the bowel.|
|Reed, William||19/19/1901||Aged 66. He was a miner and died from a bad cold and asthma.|
|Strelbel, Bernhard||18/6/1894||Aged 70. He is buried at Little Siberia and died from dysentery.|
|Taylor, Ann Smith||5/3/1899||Aged 40. She died at Mexico Gold Mine and is buried on that lease. She died from Jaundice.|
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