Corner of Davey St & Sandy Bay Rd, Hobart. Google Maps.
The original burial ground for the settlement of Hobart Town, and for many years the only one. It was closed after the establishment of Cornelian Bay. After sitting unused for fifty years, it was converted to a park in the 1920s. Some of the larger tombs remain in situ but all the other headstones were removed. The surviving stones have been built into memorial walls at the south-eastern end of the park.
No transcriptions, as they are available elsewhere. Although I did some years ago.
Transcriptions & photos of stones in park & memorial wall
Transcriptions & photos of stones moved to Anglesea Barracks
[Links not working for below]
The LINC has two albums with photos taken prior to and during removal of headstones.
Album 1 is mostly individual stones (see here for more information).
Album 2 is a mixture, including photos taken during removal of headstones (pp. 4,5, 8, 13 & 14).
Photos of headstones in situ.
Ann (1839), Martha (1839), Joseph (died 1861) Hone
Francis George, Mary Ann, Susan & Francis Canes, Samuel Rhodes & Ann Pealey
Some more information & photos.
Two stereoscopic photographs, c. 1870: 1 2
Photograph of Davey St, c.1890
Photograph of drawing, not dated.
Photo as a cemetery
Charles St gate
Location (as Saint Ockerby Grounds)
Record of location of the graves (Not very useful)
Epitaphs and tombstone inscriptions removed from Charles Street cemetery (Hand written transcriptions)
Cemetery register (list of names, organised by first letter of surname and then date)
Treasurer’s register (Organised by date, gives details of payments made)
(If the links above don’t work, try this link or search the site for NG3089.)
Location on Google Maps. Not sure when this cemetery was in the use. The State Library ‘s guide to cemetery records says “1846?” for the year it opened. Possibly land was obtained at the same time the synagogue was built. The known burials date from 1858-1893.
These are originally from a post on LiveJournal, when I was young and keen, and felt a need to transcribe headstones. The main entry for the cemetery is here.