Kilmore: Those That Came Before

Those That Came Before

Kilmore: Those That Came Before by Heather Knight

Published in 2007 by the Kilmore Historical Society

This book of 254 pages is a collection of reminiscences of Kilmore which give a first hand account of life in Kilmore from the 1840s through to the 1960s. It has over 140 photographs & illustrations, many of them previously unpublished and two comprehensive indexes; a surname and a general index.

Through the words of those who were there, you will relive the horror that was “Black Thursday” and experience the fear of murderous bushrangers; be amazed at the passion aroused by the local elections; meet and admire the community spirited men and women that formed the institutions in Kilmore and shaped this community; be delighted in tales of a carefree, simple childhood and journey through the streets of Kilmore during the 19th century.

Discover a proud Kilmore, whose old residents fondly recall as “Old Kil-more”.

Price $40.00

Postage within Australia $15

To obtain a copy of this book you can download the order form and send payment to:

The Secretary
Kilmore Historical Society,
P. O. Box 206,
Kilmore, Victoria, 3764
Australia

or visit the old Kilmore Courthouse, Tuesdays, 10 am – 3 pm.

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2 thoughts on “Kilmore: Those That Came Before”

  1. Good morning – my sister and I are researching our family and believe our great great uncle to be James Mooney. We have found him mentioned on your excellent website and also his wife, daughter and son-in-law mentioned in your book “Those that went before”.

    We are based in Chester (near Liverpool ) England and wondering if you could give us the price of the book and postal charges please, and how we could make payment.

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