Areas of Interest Guide: Minna Rowe
This is grave number 3B-136. These ‘areas of interest’ are marked on the entry signs in the cemetery.
Wilhelmina Dorothea Maria Rowe (nee Effey) (c. 1831-1901) left Victoria as a single mother and came to Queensland with her children where she married Francis George Rowe in 1885. She established and ran the highly successful Rowes Café which was originally situated in Queen Street.
Nearby ‘Areas of Interest’
David Gillies (Gallipoli hero) – Portion 3A
Thomas and Williamina Mowbray (early East Brisbane) – Portion 3B
Digby Denham (Queensland Premier) – Portion 3B
Robert Shipp (cemetery sexton) – Portion 3B
James Brunton Stephens (poet) – Portion 2A
Selina Brown (drowning victim) – Portion 2F