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1868 Post Office Directory

Postal and Road Board Village; County and Elect. District of Mornington. Distance.34 miles
Mail leaves Melbourne- Mon., Wed, Fri.,11.46 am.; Arrives -Mon., Wed.. Fri., 5.18 pm.; 
Leaves for Melbourne- Mon., Wed., Fri, 6 p.m.; Arrives Tues., Thurs., Sat., 6 a.m.
Rev. C. L. H. Rupp, Church of England Minister 
John Dumaresq, Teacher at Common School, Secretary of Mechanics Institute, Postmaster 

ATKINSON Peter, farmer
Mooney James, settler, Cardinia Ck
CAMM Charles and Thomas, farmers
Mullane Patrick, farmer
Churchill James, farmer
Murphy John, mail contractor
Close Thomas, farmer
Murray James, settler
Cutler Benjamin, carpenter
North Edward, farmer
DENHAM John, farmer
O'CONNOR Sarah, farmer
Dumaresq George,
0'Connor Terrence, settler, Cardinia Ck
Dumaresq John F, teacher
RIDGWAY Anthony and Thomas, farmers
GATES George and James, farmers
Ridgway John, road contractor
HARDY Embling, storekeeper
Ridgway William, farmer
Henderson David, dairyman
Robins Richard, farmer
Henderson J. and Thomas, farmers
Rossiter Charles, J.P., and Thomas, settler
Hook Isaac, farmer
SHEPHERD John, farmer
JENNINGS Joseph, bricklayer
Sleeth Thomas, farmer
KENNY George, butcher
Sykes John, farmer and contractor
LEAMON William, farmer
Sykes William, farmer
Lineham James, farmer
WENN George, farmer
Lynch, Timothy, farmer
Werrett James, farmer
McKAY Donald and James, farmer
Wilson George, butcher
Manks Eli William, farmer
Wilson John, farmer
Mason William, Senior, farmer
Wisewould James,

Alexander Patterson is listed under St Germain’s Cranbourne page 49.

Note: Highlighted names are listed under Early Families.

The Victorian Official Post Office Directory of 1868
(Baillerie's - transcribed by Editor) 
Is now available on line in the Hathi Trust Digital Library

Clyde Entry Page 45 Cranbourne Entry Page 49   Berwick Entry Page 17 
Dandenong Entry Pages 73-74 Pakenham Entry Page 166  
Sherwood and Tooradin listed under Cranbourne. Dalmore and Kooweerup not listed