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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,819,383
2 noelwoodhouse 3,918,703
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,384
5 Rhonda.M 3,135,390
...
1217 Watson58 31,950
1218 erinensis 31,949
1219 Puntik 31,878
1220 kdavis 31,842
1221 ShirleyColless 31,768
1222 mala 31,614

31,842 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 4
October 2019 159
September 2019 31
August 2019 1
July 2019 156
June 2019 42
May 2019 86
April 2019 259
March 2019 123
February 2019 127
January 2019 42
December 2018 234
November 2018 181
October 2018 46
September 2018 131
August 2018 72
July 2018 204
June 2018 138
May 2018 90
April 2018 111
March 2018 45
February 2018 344
January 2018 84
December 2017 117
November 2017 195
September 2017 65
August 2017 127
July 2017 206
June 2017 275
May 2017 198
April 2017 767
March 2017 328
February 2017 845
January 2017 694
December 2016 278
November 2016 589
October 2016 780
September 2016 895
August 2016 409
July 2016 106
June 2016 283
May 2016 193
April 2016 891
March 2016 1,413
February 2016 458
January 2016 1,512
December 2015 1,549
November 2015 1,566
October 2015 1,976
September 2015 757
August 2015 390
July 2015 505
June 2015 222
May 2015 747
April 2015 1,414
March 2015 660
February 2015 884
January 2015 536
December 2014 660
November 2014 164
October 2014 465
September 2014 861
August 2014 495
July 2014 37
June 2014 81
May 2014 877
April 2014 233
March 2014 307
February 2014 785
January 2014 747
December 2013 375
November 2013 215

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,819,181
2 noelwoodhouse 3,918,703
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,363
5 Rhonda.M 3,135,377
...
1209 markryan 31,952
1210 Watson58 31,950
1211 erinensis 31,933
1212 kdavis 31,842
1213 PJMIT61 31,800
1214 Puntik 31,756

31,842 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 4
October 2019 159
September 2019 31
August 2019 1
July 2019 156
June 2019 42
May 2019 86
April 2019 259
March 2019 123
February 2019 127
January 2019 42
December 2018 234
November 2018 181
October 2018 46
September 2018 131
August 2018 72
July 2018 204
June 2018 138
May 2018 90
April 2018 111
March 2018 45
February 2018 344
January 2018 84
December 2017 117
November 2017 195
September 2017 65
August 2017 127
July 2017 206
June 2017 275
May 2017 198
April 2017 767
March 2017 328
February 2017 845
January 2017 694
December 2016 278
November 2016 589
October 2016 780
September 2016 895
August 2016 409
July 2016 106
June 2016 283
May 2016 193
April 2016 891
March 2016 1,413
February 2016 458
January 2016 1,512
December 2015 1,549
November 2015 1,566
October 2015 1,976
September 2015 757
August 2015 390
July 2015 505
June 2015 222
May 2015 747
April 2015 1,414
March 2015 660
February 2015 884
January 2015 536
December 2014 660
November 2014 164
October 2014 465
September 2014 861
August 2014 495
July 2014 37
June 2014 81
May 2014 877
April 2014 233
March 2014 307
February 2014 785
January 2014 747
December 2013 375
November 2013 215

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OBITUARY. MRS. J. A. GERLOFF (Article), Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 12 November 1927 [Issue No.6697] page 3 2019-11-01 16:33 Mount Gambier, was born in Ham
among a large batch of. German colo
During her long' life in - Australia
Mount Gambier, was born in Ham-
among a large batch of. German colo-
During her long life in - Australia
OBITUARY. MR. ERNEST ADOLF GERLOFF. (Article), Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954), Tuesday 25 August 1931 [Issue No.7278] page 1 2019-10-31 17:20
OBITUARY (Article), Quorn Mercury (SA : 1895 - 1954), Friday 14 April 1922 page 3 2019-10-26 12:26 Passed away at Quorn on Sundav
March 30, Mr. SamuelJiill, se„., age'd
S6 years, who for the past 28 vears
has been a resident of this town" The
England about 6S years ago. when a
young lad. with his pareuts. Arriving'
111 Adelaide, the fami'lv moved out
to the Bremer districr, wJiere they resided
State about 55 years ago. settling near
the Blinman. As an .old pioneer of
those days he, with, many others at
hardships-and difficulties of the northern
successful in life, arid settled in
his lon~ period -of residence in
friends and relatives .followed iiim to
and two daughters Messrs. Samuel
Hill. jun. (Quorn): John Hill (Mount
Gambier, S.A.R.);--Sampson Hillf(Port
J. Hill (Quorn); Mrs. .Grauthani (near
-
a
d
a
b
c
d
Passed away at Quorn on Sunday,
March 30, Mr. Samuel Hill, sen, aged
86 years, who for the past 28 years
has been a resident of this town. The
England about 68 years ago, when a
young lad, with his parents. Arriving
in Adelaide, the family moved out
to the Bremer district, where they resided
State about 55 years ago, settling near
the Blinman. As an old pioneer of
those days he, with many others at
hardships and difficulties of the northern
successful in life, and settled in
his long period of residence in
friends and relatives followed him to
and two daughters - Messrs. Samuel
Hill, jun. (Quorn): John Hill (Mount
Gambier, S.A.R.); Sampson Hill (Port
J. Hill (Quorn); Mrs. Grautham near







OBITUARY (Article), Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 11 November 1948 [Issue No.9924] page 8 2019-10-24 18:09 Mr. Edgar Ellis Attivvill, who
after being in indifferent health'
there are thre^ grandchildren,
Kenneth," Ailsa, and Fae, of Mt.
an. interest in topics of the day.
The funeral took place^at Port
the graveside service.. Mr. F.
Mr. Edgar Ellis Attiwill, who
after being in indifferent health
there are three grandchildren,
Kenneth, Ailsa, and Fae, of Mt.
an interest in topics of the day.
The funeral took place at Port-
the graveside service. Mr. F.
OBITUARY (Article), The South Eastern Times (Millicent, SA : 1906 - 1954), Tuesday 7 September 1954 [Issue No.4257] page 6 2019-10-24 17:53 bie life and lived throughout his 79
Of his own draught stock. Two breaks
be worked with an uncle, Mr H. Sapiatzer,
Millicent. on November 14, 1874, he
was the second son of the late Mr
and Mrs Martin Sapiatzer. They had
OC deceased being Herman (Millicent),
George (Adelaide), Wilhelmina (Mrs
J, Herbst, of Mount Gambier), Pauline
(Mrs V. Pasfield, Nelson), Emma (Mrs
Edith (Mrs R. C. Altschwager, Millicent),
the late Mr Sapiatzer was employed
Hand, upon his father's^ death; following
his liking for the land, leased : his
mother's property, now occupied by,
Mr F.' Hannel. Later, he bought the
-adjoining property, owned, by the late
'Mr C." Malone. Here lie built his
the late Mr and Mrs A. J. Altschwager,
Skeer), Doris (Mrs C. McMorron), Edward
(all of Millicent) and Ivy (Mrs
his life and lived throughout his 79
of his own draught stock. Two breaks
he worked with an uncle, Mr H. Sapiatzer,
Millicent, on November 14, 1874, he
was the second son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Sapiatzer. They had
of deceased being Herman (Millicent),
George (Adelaide), Wilhelmina (Mrs.
J. Herbst, of Mount Gambier), Pauline
(Mrs. V. Pasfield, Nelson), Emma (Mrs
Edith (Mrs. R. C. Altschwager, Millicent),
the late Mr. Sapiatzer was employed
and, upon his father's death; following
his liking for the land, leased his
mother's property, now occupied by
Mr F. Hannel. Later, he bought the
adjoining property, owned by the late
Mr. C. Malone. Here he built his
the late Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Altschwager,
Skeer), Doris (Mrs. C. McMorron), Edward
(all of Millicent) and Ivy (Mrs.
Weddings Herbst—Lehmann. (Article), Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954), Tuesday 17 January 1939 [Issue No.8418] page 5 2019-10-20 17:18 Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. J, C.
groom's mother wore a brown flora;
Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
groom's mother wore a brown flora;
OBITUARY. MRS. JU[?] HERBST. (Article), Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 15 August 1936 [Issue No.8044] page 6 2019-10-20 16:41
OBITUARY. MRS. JULIA HERBST. (Article), The Narracoorte Herald (SA : 1875 - 1954), Friday 21 August 1936 [Issue No.6222] page 4 2019-10-20 16:37 Our Mount Gambler correspondent
writes:—Mrs. Julia Herbst. a very old
William Baehr. and was born in the
Hartz Mountains. Germany, in 1845.
1850 to settle in Australia. Her mo
ther died on the voyage, and the fa
Plate at O.B. Flat, deceased was mar
rie»l to the late Mr. John Peter
-Messrs. J. C. and L., of Yahl, E. H„
of Mount Gambier. A., of Tercwie:
Mesdames J. Shaughnessy. Mount
Yahl: M. Golding, Milliceiit, and Miss
E. Herbst, Yahl. There are 2J grand
Our Mount Gambier correspondent
writes:—Mrs. Julia Herbst, a very old
William Baehr and was born in the
Hartz Mountains, Germany, in 1845.
1850 to settle in Australia. Her mo-
ther died on the voyage, and the fa-
Plate at O.B. Flat, deceased was mar-
ried to the late Mr. John Peter
Messrs. J. C. and L., of Yahl, E. H.,
of Mount Gambier. A., of Terowie;
Mesdames J. Shaughnessy, Mount
Yahl; M. Golding, Millicent, and Miss
E. Herbst, Yahl. There are 29 grand-
MR. J. P. HERBST. (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 29 October 1927 [Issue No.3,800] page 61 2019-10-19 17:49 Mr. John Peter Herbst, a pioneer rest
dent of the Yahl district, who died re
about 67 years ago. On landing in Ade
laide he went north and worked as a
went to the South-East, and for a num
In 1866 he married Miss Julia Vahr, and
Vorwerk, and A. Turner, of Mount Gam
Mr. John Peter Herbst, a pioneer resi-
dent of the Yahl district, who died re-
about 67 years ago. On landing in Ade-
laide he went north and worked as a
went to the South-East, and for a num-
In 1866 he married Miss Julia Bahr, and
Vorwerk, and A. Turner, of Mount Gam-
Wedding Eve Party at Barn Palais O.B. Flat, June 6. (Article), Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954), Tuesday 7 June 1938 [Issue No.8323] page 8 2019-10-12 17:54 O.B. Flat, Juno 6.
of Miss Gladvs Spehr, elder daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. O. H. RPehr, of O.B,
Flat, and Mr. Frank Cleves. son 01
Mi'« F. 0. Cleves, of Mount Gambler,,
met at the' Barn Palais on Saturday
couple was evidenced bv the wonder
ful, array of gifts on view, two large
Tom O'Connor's Mayfair Band play
ing "For They Are Jollv Good Fel
% Mrs. A. G. Unger). were presented
made an excellent chairman. Beini* an
sneak of air Gladys's crood qualities.
.Tanewav, R. C, Davis and W. Manser.
C, Thompson and Arthur Manser
wp.re heartllv applauded, all receiving
onc'ores. Mr. Lance Lewis provided
Mr. Frank Cleve3, on rising to res
pond on, behalf of his fiancee and
himself, was given a rousing recep
tion; He specially ithanked Mr. and
and generosity in lending their beauti*
ful hall an{l .buildings for the occasion.
The conveners, 'Mesdames A. P. Snehr,
Alt' Uriger.'* and ' Mi.'ss Ruby Bchleter,
effort, n.nd wo»'o thanked bv the chair
man (Mr. J. B. Clarke.) Before leav
ing Adelaide, Mr. Frank Cleve3 was
made a presentation by fellow bands
fepow boarders presented an olectric
. The evening was a decided success,
honour of their old member. An ex
National Anthem. ' : .
The wedding was . celebrated on
leaving., . immediatelyafterwards ,|oe
; Adelaide, their future home* I, ,
O.B. Flat, June 6.
of Miss Gladys Spehr, elder daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Spehr, of O.B,
Flat, and Mr. Frank Cleves, son of
Mr. F. C. Cleves, of Mount Gambier,
met at the Barn Palais on Saturday
couple was evidenced by the wonder-
ful array of gifts on view, two large
Tom O'Connor's Mayfair Band play-
ing "For They Are Jolly Good Fel-
by Mrs. A. G. Unger) were presented
made an excellent chairman. Being an
sneak of all Gladys's good qualities.
Janeway, R. C. Davis and W. Manser.
C. Thompson and Arthur Manser
were heartily applauded, all receiving
encores. Mr. Lance Lewis provided
Mr. Frank Cleves, on rising to res-
pond on behalf of his fiancee and
himself, was given a rousing recep-
tion. He specially thanked Mr. and
and generosity in lending their beauti-
ful hall and buildings for the occasion.
The conveners, Mesdames A. P. Spehr,
Alf Unger and Miss Ruby Schleter,
effort, and were thanked by the chair-
man (Mr. J. B. Clarke.) Before leav-
ing Adelaide, Mr. Frank Cleves was
made a presentation by fellow bands-
fellow boarders presented an electric
The evening was a decided success,
honour of their old member. An ex-
National Anthem.
The wedding was celebrated on
leaving immediately afterwards for
Adelaide, their future home.

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