Moellers in 19th cVictorian ( Australia) German Settlements. I am looking for contact with researchers, place of origin, descendants, dispersal, and other information about the family of (Gustav) Adolph Moeller, b about 1823 who bought land with Erdmann Jackel in early Nunawading Victoria in 1853/4 to portion out for a German settlement.Adolph Moeller witnessed the Jackel marriage in Feb 1854 in Melbourne. and also himself married inMelbourne, 1854 to Caroline Ermunde Wenck (Wenk, Wenke, Wenger) b, Saxony; [d, 1871 ( Age 52)]. Adolph died in Kew Victoria in 1884 aged 61. His death record has his father as Karl Moeller, his mother Maria Messing.Adolph's children were Louise Pauline Ernestine Moeller b. 1855 Collingwood, Vic; Maria Moeller b. 1858 Brighton Vic; Ernst Frederick Moeller, b, 1860 Brighton Vic; Emma Moeller b 1862 Melb: Anna Selina Moeller, b 1964 Fitzroy, Vic; Gustav Adolph Moeller b 1867 Collingwood, Vic.Also, any connections with Phillp Moeller/Elizabeth Payne & family of Woodend and Brighton, Vic; Carl Christopher Moeller who died 1872, age 55, in Melbourne, Edward Moeller who married Lina Sturm 1864 Melbourne;Emma Christina Moeller who married Fred Bennett 1865 Melbourne; Leopold Moeller who had children in Fitzroy and Richmond, Victoria in 1860s,and Johanne Hermanne Moeller who died 1854 age 30, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.