[Letter] 1851 Feb. 7 [to] R.W. Pohlman Esq. [manuscript] / [from Charles Joseph Latrobe, Lieutenant Governor of Victoria]. 1851.

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Latrobe, Charles Joseph, 1801-1875. [Letter] 1851 Feb. 7 [to] R.W. Pohlman Esq. [manuscript] / [from Charles Joseph Latrobe, Lieutenant Governor of Victoria].

[Letter] 1851 Feb. 7 [to] R.W. Pohlman Esq. [manuscript] / [from Charles Joseph Latrobe, Lieutenant Governor of Victoria]. 1851.

Letter offers R.W. Pohlman the position of trustee of Melbourne General Cemetery.

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Pohlman, Robert William, 1811-1877.

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Robert William Pohlman was married to Eliza Pohlman. From the description of Diaries and personal papers. 1839-1898. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 223032146 ...

Melbourne General Cemetery

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Latrobe, Charles Joseph, 1801-1875

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Superintendent, 1839-1851; Lieutenant Governor, 1851-1854 of the Colony of Victoria. From the description of Papers. 1822-1855. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 222231046 From the description of Papers. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225756942 Charles Joseph Latrobe became Lieutenant Governor of Victoria during the gold rush. Mary Ford's father, Sir William Molesworth, had been prominent in a parliamentary campaign in the 1830's to end the tran...