Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

This consists of data extracted from GRO Applications, Deposits, Enrolments, Land Grants, Memorials, and RPA Searches which Reg then combined by name.  These have been subsequently split into the Merged Name Lists shown below.

Although it is certain that when compiling such data Reg took all available means to ensure accuracy and has provided appropriate references to all information, it is left to the reader to determine the validity of all such data.

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Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Rob* - Rz*

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Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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[ Biographies - Early Hahndorf People ]     [ Early Probates and Wills ]     [ SA Government Gazettes ]

Names Beginning  'A*'

ABBOTT, Albert Henry butcher Middleton and Edith Ellen Abbott his wife 1924[-1925] Application 27243

No 1

ABBOTT, Alfred George shipping agent Kingston S-E 1883 Memorial 145/349

ABBOTT, Alfred George storekeeper Robe S-E 1891 Memorial 249/409

ABBOTT, Alfred George shipping clerk Kingston S-E 1895 Memorial 15/4265

ABBOTT, Alfred George shipping agent Pt Caroline and Kate Abbott his wife 1900 Memorial 249/442

ABBOTT, Alfred George shipping agent Kingston S-E and Kate Abbott his wife 1909 Memorial 43/462

ABBOTT, Alfred William storekeeper Kingston S-E 1907 Memorial 207/457

No 1

ABBOTT, Arthur Frank solicitor Broken Hill NSW 1888 Memorial 168/389

Solicitor formerly of Broken Hill NSW but now of Wilcannia NSW 1888 Memorial 169/389

ABBOTT, Arthur Frank solicitor Willyama NSW 1888 Memorial 17/392

No 1

ABBOTT, Arthur Henry blacksmith Pt Lincoln Co Flinders. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1901 Grant Book 14 Page 217 County Daly

ABBOTT, Arthur Henry blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1902[-1909] Memorial 142/447

ABBOTT, Caroline spinster Stockport 1866 Memorial 220/214

ABBOTT, CL solicitor Adelaide 1914 Memorial 130/471

No 1

ABBOTT, Daniel labourer Adelaide owned land at Prospect 1839 Application 9975

ABBOTT, Daniel farmer Chain of Ponds 1856 Memorial 313/97

ABBOTT, Edwin farmer Middleton 1894 Application 22634

ABBOTT, Francis James farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1907[-1912] Grant Book 14 Page 337 County Daly

No 1

ABBOTT, George architect and surveyor Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 162/39.

ABBOTT, George architect Norwood 1864, died in the late 1860s. To his daughter, Sarah Elizabeth HARRIS, 'all monies standing in his name in the Penny Bank at the Wesleyan Institute in Pirie St, Adelaide, with all interest due thereon'. Various articles of clothing and items of a professional nature to his sons - George Lewsby Abbott architect Sheffield, England, Robert Bilney Abbott, William Henry Abbott [likely his business partner], Thomas Augustus Abbott, John James Abbott. The testator left the rest of his estate to his wife, Sarah Abbott, 'with the hope that she should make, will and give any residue to their several children in such proportions as in her judgement may be most desirable' 1869 Memorial 62/238

No 2

ABBOTT, George bank manager Glenelg 1887 Memorial 37/389

No 1

ABBOTT, George Martin gentleman North Walkerville and Anne Bridget Abbott his wife 1887 Memorial 90/383

ABBOTT, George Martin gentleman formerly of North Walkerville but now of Adelaide and Anne Bridget Abbott his wife 1888[-1890] Memorial 3/395

ABBOTT, Hedley Poole farmer Middleton 1953 Application 28983

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ABBOTT, Jacob schoolmaster Adelaide. Metropolitan Building Association Trustee 1851 Memorial 4/35

ABBOTT, Jacob gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Unley 1855 Linked with Giles Abbott the Younger farmer Pt Elliot Memorial 144/93

ABBOTT, Jacob Minister of the Gospel Unley 1862 Memorial 87/181

ABBOTT, Jacob minister of the gospel Adelaide 1866 Memorial 3/435

ABBOTT, Jacob minister of the gospel Glenelg 1898 Memorial 58/435

ABBOTT, Jacob the Younger insurance clerk Stepney 1884 Memorial 9/358

ABBOTT, Jacob pastor Henry St, Stepney 1885 Application 20577

No 2

ABBOTT, Jacob farmer Stansbury Oyster Bay Stansbury township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 462 County Fergusson

ABBOTT, Jacob farmer Stansbury Oyster Bay Stansbury township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 462 County

ABBOTT, Jacob farmer Glenelg Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 140 County Fergusson

ABBOTT, Jacob farmer Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

No 3

ABBOTT, Jacob butcher Middleton 1894 Application 22634.

No 1

ABBOTT, James gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 307/61

No 2

ABBOTT, James farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

ABBOTT, Jessie boardinghouse keeper formerly of Adelaide but now of Middleton and Ruth Abbott formerly seamstress Burnside but now boardinghouse keeper Middleton  1904 Memorial 64/451

No 1 - the Elder

ABBOTT, John farmer Middleton, died 3/11/1893. Husband of Mary Abbott. Father of Edwin and John Abbott, the eldest sons. Other children referred to but not named Memorial 15/420

ABBOTT, John formerly farmer Middleton but now deceased. His family as at 1922 included; Mary Abbott his widow Middleton; Children - Herbert Abbott out of business Adelaide; Ernest Abbott greengrocer Riverton; Eliza Abbott and Jessie Abbott spinsters Middleton; Ruth LUDLOW married woman Beulah Road, Norwood and Sarah Hannah Edith HARGREAVES married woman Middleton Memorial 77/485

ABBOTT, Mary widow Middleton 1894 Application 22634

No 2 - the Younger

ABBOTT, John mason Middleton 1894 Application 22634.

ABBOTT, John mason formerly of Middleton but now of Strathalbyn 1925 Memorial 64/494

ABBOTT, John builder formerly of Middleton but now of Manse Road, Strathalbyn 1929 Memorial 109/501

No 1

ABBOTT, John Charles of Adelaide 1839 Application 13603

ABBOTT, John Charles lime burner Payneham 1850 Memorial 413/19

Yeoman Payneham 1850 Memorial 1/20

Farmer Payneham 1853 Memorial 58/53

No 1

ABBOTT, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 135/63

ABBOTT, Joseph farmer near Strathalbyn 1862 Application 3149

No 2

ABBOTT, Joseph agent Adelaide 1873 Memorial 131/268

ABBOTT, Joseph of Adelaide, about to proceed to the Northern Territory, power of attorney to Edward Andrew Devonshire OPIE clerk Adelaide, to manage his estate 9/10/1873. Deposit 28/1874.

ABBOTT, Keith Joseph Augustus contractor Salisbury 1950 Application 28762

ABBOTT, Mary Ann spinster 21 m 16/8/1855 in the Deputy Registrar’s Office for the District of Yatala (John CHAPPLE) to George S TURNER 31 farmer. Witnesses Alfred CHAPPLE and Thomas ABBOTT Application 3732

ABBOTT, NH architect Norwood 1878 Application 16729.

ABBOTT, Richard Bilney saddler Kensington 1858 Memorial 148/162

No 1

ABBOTT, Robert saddler Adelaide (King William St) 1855 Memorial 417/80

ABBOTT, Robert saddler formerly of Adelaide but now of Wallaroo 1866 Application 7381

ABBOTT, Robert Stanley motor car proprietor Magill Rd, Norwood 1941 Application 28305

ABBOTT, Rupert Henry and Herbert Stanley motor engineers Maylands 1920 Application 26920

No 1

ABBOTT, Samuel farmer Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1853[-1857] Memorial 149/47

ABBOTT, Samuel farmer Long Valley Hundred of Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 69/186

No 1

ABBOTT, Thomas farmer Little Para. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 91 County Adelaide

ABBOTT, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1849[-1851] Memorial 492/16 Farmer Little Para late 1849 Memorial 90/17 Farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1850 Memorial 152/25

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ABBOTT, Thomas farmer North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 416/29

ABBOTT, Thomas of near Salisbury. Salisbury Land, Building & Investment Society trustee 1851 Memorial 33/39

ABBOTT, Thomas farmer Little Para 1851[-1854] Memorial 165/30

ABBOTT, Thomas contractor Little Para 1854 Memorial 266/70

ABBOTT, Thomas Esquire Gawler Plains. Salisbury Land Building and Investment Society trustee 1852[-1854] Memorial 138/44

ABBOTT, Thomas farmer Little Para, died c1855. Executors; Bishop Augustus SHORT of Adelaide, Jacob Abbott gentleman Unley, John Green COULLS blacksmith Adelaide and John HARVEY gentleman Adelaide Memorial 89/90

ABBOTT, Thomas the Elder farmer Little Para, died c1855. He left all his personal and real property in trust for his children in equal shares, until the youngest child reached 18, and then freehold land could be sold with the approval of a majority of the children. In addition to the equal distribution, the eldest son, Thomas ABBOTT the Younger, to get the lease of Section 3056 ‘formerly called Gillett’s Section’ on the Para River, and also an acre of land in Marion village. Eldest daughter, Mary Ann Abbott, to get an acre of land in Salisbury for her own use exclusively. Executors and trustees to be Jacob ABBOTT of Adelaide, John COULLS of Adelaide, and John HARVEY of the Little Para Application 3732

ABBOTT, Thomas formerly the Younger farmer Section 3056 Hundred of Munno Para 1857 Linked with Jacob Abbott gentleman Adelaide Memorial 296/118

ABBOTT, Thomas formerly the Younger farmer Hamilton on the Light, linked with Jacob Abbott the Elder Minister of the Gospel Adelaide 1864 Memorial 113/242

ABBOTT, Thomas gentleman Bethel and Charlotte Abbott his wife farmer near Kapunda 1897 Application 23472

No 1

ABBOTT, Thomas Augustus carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 115/78

Carpenter Kapunda 1858 Memorial 233/146

ABBOTT, Thomas Augustus carpenter Norwood 1862 Memorial 132/189

ABBOTT, Thomas Augustus carpenter Adelaide 1866 Memorial 112/213

ABBOTT, Thomas Augustus carpenter Kapunda 1877 Memorial 109/297

No 2

ABBOTT, Thomas Augustus architect Alberton 1885[-1904] Memorial 226/370, Application 24745

No 1

ABBOTT, William gentleman Adelaide 1839 Yeoman Great East Road 1849 Application 22957

ABBOTT, William yeoman Great Eastern Road 1848 Memorial 471/12

ABBOTT, William gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 349/105

No 2

ABBOTT, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 146/48

No 3

ABBOTT, William labourer Middleton 1861 Memorial 206/176

No 4

ABBOTT, William farmer Hundred of Willochra 1886 Memorial 140/373

ABBOTT, William farmer Bruce Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 799 County Frome

No 1

ABBS, John farmer Wombat Plains Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1876 Grant Book 54 Page 144 County Russell

ABBS, John farmer Cooke Plains Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 9 County Robe

ABECASIS, Moses commonly called Marco Abecasis, son of Solomon and Esther Abecasis, native of London, England, and 19 years in the USA, died 21/2/1872 46 West 46th Street, New York, aged 42 years, 1 month, 19 days. He belonged to the Portuguese Jewish Congregation in New York. He was one of the three sons of Solomon de Aaron Abecasis, who died 5/11/1859 in England. The father owned land in SA. The other sons were Judah Samuel de Solomon Abecasis merchant New York and Aooron de Solomon Abecasis Esquire Maida Vale, Middlesex, England. Appointed Maurice SALOM auctioneer Adelaide to dispose of the land 30/1/1873. Deposit 169/1886

No 1

ABELL, Henry Edward clerk to Rupert INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorials 235/97 & 70/253

ABELL, Henry Edward clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1865 Memorial 290/208

ABELL, Thomas boatman Pt Adelaide and Anna Abell his wife 1851 formerly Anna GARDINER widow of the late John Gardiner [formerly baker North Parade Pt Adelaide but now deceased] Memorial 205/38.

No 1

ABERCROMBIE, Adam timber merchant Adelaide 1841 Application 12262

ABERCROMBIE, Adam timber merchant Adelaide 1843[-1849] Memorial 32/3

ABERCROMBIE, Adam cartwright Adelaide 1849 Memorial 61/16

ABERCROMBIE, Mary widow of Adam Abercrombie, formerly of Adelaide, but now of the Angas 1850 Memorial 13/27

ABERCROMBIE, Rachel spinster Milang 1866 Memorial 251/208

No 1

ABERFOYLE, John Chris farmer Happy Valley 1918 Application 26655.

ABERFOYLE, John Christian born Johann Christian SAUERBIER out of business Farrell St, Glenelg, died 21/3/1923. His estate worth £20,000. Husband of Mabel Phoebe Aberfoyle. She inherited a life interest in his one third share in The Coliseum, part of Town Acre 46 in Rundle St, Adelaide (CT 682/46), as well as some Commonwealth War Bonds. Three daughters referred to, but not mentioned by name Application 27189.

ABERG, Otto Hjalmar, Albert Francis Phillips Aberg and Hartley Roy Aberg butchers Kooringa 1936 Memorial 153/509

No 1

ABERLE, August Friedrich farm labourer near Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 206 County Grey

ABERLE, August Friedrich farmer near Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 206 County Grey

ABERLE, August Friedrich farmer Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1899 Page 97 County Buckingham

ABERLE, Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 206 County Grey

No 1

ABERLE, Johann Carl farmer Torrens Special Survey 1857 Memorial 120/130

ABERLE, Johann Carl farmer Blumberg 1863 Memorial 100/192

ABERNETHY, Charles mariner Pt Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 413/50

No 1

ABERNETHY, John bricklayer Payneham 1851 Memorial 140/30

No 2

ABERNETHY, John labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 350/78

ABOTOMEY, Saleem and Walter Armin Abotomey clothing and shirt manufacturers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of A Abotoney & Sons 1907 Memorial 8/458

No 1

ABRAHAM, Henry farmer Tungkillo 1866 Memorial 142/210

ABRAHAM, Heinrich farmer near Mt Torrens Hundred of Finniss land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 58 Page 39 County Sturt

ABRAHAM, Isaac farmer Section 307 Survey B 1851 Memorial 162/34.

ABRAHAM, Isaac Abraham carter Norwood and Elizabeth Barber nee NURSE his wife 1878 Application 16997

No 1

ABRAHAM, John carpenter Redruth 1859 Memorial 217/155

ABRAHAM, John teamster Nelson township Co Burra 1859 Memorial 218/155

ABRAHAM, John carpenter Nelson township Co Burra 1860 Memorial 130/169

ABRAHAM, John carpenter Kooringa 1868 Memorial 40/324

No 1

ABRAHAMS, Abraham merchant Adelaide took out a 5-year lease from 1854 of Store No 3 in business premises called Commercial Buildings, 'lately erected by John Robin HARRIS' in Peel St, Adelaide , at an annual rent of £125 Memorial 175/74

ABRAHAMS, Abraham merchant Adelaide 1858[-1864] Memorial 134/136

ABRAHAMS, Abraham merchant Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 55/198

ABRAHAMS, A secretary Equitable Fire Insurance Co Ltd 1869 Memorial 219/277

ABRAHAMS, Abraham gentleman Adelaide purchased the assets of the Prince Alfred Copper Mining Company Ltd, including Section 2783 on the Mattawarrangala Run in the Northern District, for £2, 000 at auction in 1874 Memorial 159/278

ABRAHAMS, Abraham official liquidator of companies Adelaide Co Adelaide. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 438 County Victoria

ABRAHAMS, A Official Liquidator of Companies Adelaide 1876 Application 27426.

ABRAHAMS, Abraham official liquidator of companies Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 68 County Not named

ABRAHAMS, Abraham Manager for the Executor Trustee and Agency Co of SA Ltd 1887[-1889] Applications 21144, 21695

ABRAHAMS, Abraham gentleman Adelaide and David BOWER gentleman Pt Adelaide, liquidators of the Equitable Fire Insurance Co Ltd of 9 Hindley St, Adelaide. Decision to wind up the company taken on 22/8/1889 and 12/9/1889 Memorial 68/401

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ABRAHAMS, Henry draper Adelaide (Pt TA 43 Rundle St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 378/75

ABRAHAMS, Henry tobacconist Adelaide 1856 Memorial 139/95

ABRAHAM, Isaac carter Norwood and Elizabeth Barber Abraham nee NURSE his wife 1878 Application 16997

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ABRAMS, William labourer Unley 1848[-1849] Memorial 274/10

ABRAMS, William farmer O'Halloran Hill 1850 Memorial 31/64

ABROOK, Wallace farmer Kimba. Kimba (Hundred of Solomon) township allotment land grant 1916 Grant Book 9a Page 3 County Buxton

ABSALOM, Matilda widow Pt Adelaide 1859 Application 492

ACKERMANN, Carl farmer Tanunda farmer Kapunda Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1865 Grant Book 44 Page 91 County Light

ACKLAND, Grace Parkin farmer Hundred of Yalpara 1896 Memorial 100/427

ACKLAND, Henry Ernest gardener Bridgewater 1903 Memorial 39/450

ACKLAND, J blacksmith Palmer 1878 Memorial 44/306

No 1

ACKLAND, James farmer The Sturt 1855 Memorial 158/84

ACKLAND, James farmer [formerly of The Sturt but now of] near Flaxman Valley near the Stone Chimney Tanunda Creek Hundred of Moorooroo 1858 Memorial 210/147

ACKLAND, John Thomas of the Hundred of Tiparra 1887 Memorial 117/384

ACKLAND, Morton Allan farmer Golden Grove 1922 Application 27144

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ACKLAND, Robert gardener Magill 1855 Memorial 101/92

ACKLAND, Bob gardener Norton Summit 1884 Memorial 119/358

ACKLAND, T JP chaff merchant 93 Henley Beach Road, Mile End 1938 Memorial 162/512

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ACKLAND, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 488/80

ACKLAND, Thomas farmer Hundred of Talunga 1856 Memorial 479/99

ACKLAND, Thomas Ernest gardener Bridgewater 1903 Memorial 39/450

ACKLAND, William farmer Yalpara had associations with the Wesleyan Methodist Church 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 338 County Dalhousie

ACKOLSON, Esau Nicholas out of business Hindley St, Adelaide, died 18/12/1922 a bachelor and intestate. Brother to Esther Ackolson spinster Hindley St, Adelaide Memorial 122/487

ACOCKS, Thomas Esquire Dulwich, Surrey, England, bought Section 205 Survey B (134 acres), under a preliminary land grant, with land order 205, in 1839. Thomas Acocks died c1851/1852. He directed that his whole estate be sold and the money invested for the benefit of Sarah PHELAN wife of Bernard Paul Phelan merchant Hamilton Tce, Marylebone, Middlesex, for life, then to her husband for life, then the fund to go to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. It appears that the couple had only a daughter, Sarah Jane Phelan, born 13/5/1840, who married John SIBBALD physician Grove End Road, Marylebone, son of banker William Sibbald, on 27/2/1864 at St Mark's parish church, Marylebone. Bernard Phelan died 28/4/1890, by which time his daughter and her husband had gone to live at 3 St Margaret's Road, Edinburgh, Scotland. He was now one of HM Commissioners for Lunacy in Scotland. Sarah Phelan widow 4 Belsize Ave, London, gave her daughter the SA section of land on 31/12/1890 'out of natural love and affection', with the promise that her late husband's trustees would make no claim upon the property on his behalf. The Sibbalds authorised their SA agent, Walter REYNELL of Currie St, Adelaide, formerly managing director, now one of the directors of Elder Smith & Co Ltd, to sell the land. Alexander Cecil POCOCK farmer Morphett Vale bought the real estate in 1894 Application 22739

ACRAMAN, Frederic chaff merchant Noarlunga linked with Edith Jane Acraman spinster Molesworth St, North Adelaide 1908 Memorial 233/459

ACRAMAN, George linked with selector's leaseland in the Hundred of Davenport Co Frome 1885 Memorial 59/366

No 1

ACRAMAN, Guy Stanley bank clerk Pt Victor 1903 Memorial 115/448

ACRAMAN, Guy Stanley bank clerk Adelaide linked with John Knox Acraman agent Adelaide 1907 Memorial 219/458

ACRAMAN, Guy Stanley formerly bank clerk Adelaide (King William St) but now farmer Charleston 1910[-1920] Memorials 64/463 & 61/481

ACRAMAN, Guy Stanley formerly bank clerk Adelaide now farmer Charleston. Goolwa Institute trustee 1910 Application 25896.

No 1

ACRAMAN, John merchant Adelaide 1849[-1880] Memorial 58/19

ACRAMAN, John merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to George MAIN and John LINDSAY merchants Adelaide to manage his affairs 16/10/1857. No indication of what Acraman intended to do Deposit 93/1859

ACRAMAN, John, George MAIN and John LINDSAY merchants Adelaide carrying on business in co-partnership under the the style or firm of Acraman, Main, Lindsay & Co 1863[-1869] Memorial 193/189 They held the lease for Yardea Station in the Gawler Ranges (575 square miles) 1869 Memorial 202/238

ACRAMAN, John, and George MAIN trading under the style or firm of Acraman, Main & Co held the pastoral lease to Yardea Station, in size about 575 square miles 1876 Memorial 147/294

ACRAMAN, John merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1869 Memorial 129/240

ACRAMAN, John chairman of the board of directors of the Port Wharf Company Ltd of Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 193/268

ACRAMAN, J director MAIN, SELLS & Co of Pirie St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 160/400

ACRAMAN, John and ACRAMAN, John Knox merchants Adelaide 1892 Application 22358

ACRAMAN, John merchant North Adelaide, died 22/6/1907. Executors; William Edward Acraman general commission agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) and Guy Stanley Acraman bank clerk North Adelaise (Molesworth St) Memorial 17/463

No 1

ACRAMAN, Morley A clerk to Messrs KNOX & GWYNNE solicitors Adelaide 1878[-1879] Memorial 47/308

ACRAMAN, Morley A articled clerk to EC GWYNNE solicitor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 77/333

ACRAMAN, MA solicitor Mt Barker 1887 Application 21139.

ACRAMAN, MA solicitor Adelaide (Royal Chambers), and Gumeracha 1888 Application 21517.

No 1

ACRAMAN, Thomas Edward draper and William Acraman grocer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 428/80

ACRAMAN, Thomas Edward draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1859 Memorial 270/154

ACRAMAN, Thomas Edward and William Acraman gentlemen Adelaide 1861 Memorial 110/177

ACRAMAN, Thomas Edward draper Adelaide 1869 Memorial 238/241

ACRAMAN, Thomas Edward accountant Adelaide 1885 Application 20717

ACRAMAN, Thomas Michael valuator Adelaide 1880 Memorial 146/324

ACRAMAN, William dealer Kent Town Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 10 County Daly

ACRAMAN, William Edward general commission agent Adelaide. Goolwa Institute trustee 1910 Application 25896

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ACRES, Joseph butcher Pt Adelaide 1852[-1863] Memorial 290/42.

ACRES, Joseph gentleman Pt Adelaide, died 13/1/1884. Husband of Elizabeth Acres Memorial 226/359

ACRES, Joseph the Elder gentleman Pt Adelaide, died January 1884. His widow, Elizabeth Acres, died in April 1888. Parents of Harriet Ann METCALF wife of Abraham Metcalf miner Talbot near Maryborough Vic and Sarah Elizabeth DEED married woman formerly of Talbot Vic but now of Pt Adelaide wife of James Deed of Adelaide. Joseph Acres the Younger baker Broken Hill NSW and George Acres clerk Pt Adelaide were sons Memorials 220- 222/394

ACRES, Joseph the Elder gentleman Pt Adelaide, died 13/1/1884. His personal estate to his wife, Elizabeth Acres, absolutely. His real estate in trust for his wife to have the income for life, free from the control of any future husband, then the property to be auctioned and the proceeds shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his children - Joseph Acres the Younger baker Pt Adelaide, George Acres mariner 15 Charles Place, Love Lane, Shadwell, Middlesex, England, Sarah Deed, wife of James DEED, of McCullum’s Creek near Maryborough Vic, and Harriet Metcalfe, wife of Abraham METCALFE of Maryborough Vic. ‘And whereas there are doubts as to the legality of my marriage with the aforesaid Elizabeth my reputed wife, I declare that whether or not the said Elizabeth shall prove to be legally my wife shall not in any manner affect the aforesaid disposition of my property in her favour’. Trustees: Samuel GREEN Clerk in Holy Orders Pt Adelaide, and Christopher GAPP Messenger to the City Corporation Adelaide. Enrolment 74/53

ACRES, Joseph Junr baker Broken Hill NSW, George Acres clerk Pt Adelaide, Sarah Elizabeth DEED wife of James Jeed and Harriett Ann METCALF wife of Abraham Metcalf miner both of Talbot Vic, as family of Joseph Acres Senr gentleman and baker St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1892. John RANN builder Pt Adelaide had rebuilt the Acre bakery premises in 1876. Elizabeth Acre the reputed wife of Joseph Acre Senr died in April 1888 Application 22299.

No 1

ADAIR, William of Adelaide 1840 Application 16917

ADAIR, William labourer Port Road Hindmarsh 1845 Memorial 474/4.

ADAIR, William formerly of Hindmarsh, but now farmer Rowlands Flat 1847 Memorial 142/10.

ADAIR, William farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Flaxman Valley 1848 Memorial 464/35

ADAIR, William farmer Rowlands Flat 1854 Memorial 270/68

ADAIR, William farmer Para Plains 1855[-1867] Memorial 62/85

ADAIR, William farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 194/205

ADAIR, William gentleman Glen Osmond 1875 Memorial 23/286

ADAIR, William gentleman Norwood 1886 Application 20979

ADAM, John labourer Mt Gambier 1856[-1873] Memorial 55/105

ADAM, Thomas farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 303/52

ADAM, Thomas Storey farmer Willunga 1880 Application 18179

No 1

ADAM, Johann Wilhelm Traugott farmer Mannum, had died by 1903 intestate. Letters of administration to Wilhelmine Auguste Adam widow Mannum to settle the estate Grant Book 58 Page 48 County Sturt

ADAM, Wilhelm Traugott farmer Mannum, died 4/1/1903 Hildesheim intestate. Husband of Wilhelmine Auguste Adam Memorial 219/447

ADAM, William farmer Gawler Plains 1872 Application 11896

No 1

ADAMES, Aaron carpenter South Adelaide 1839 Application 19590

ADAMES, Aaron carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1865 Memorial 73/209

No 1

ADAMKOWSKI, Friedrich Wilhelm yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 197/17

ADAMKOWSKI, Friedrich Wilhelm [formerly yeoman but now] baker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 76/57

ADAMS, Abraham publican Thebarton 1840 Application 17192

ADAMS, Albert Henry farmer Bull Creek 1902 Application 24384

No 1

ADAMS, Alexander farmer Smithfield 1874 Application 13334.

ADAMS, Alexander farmer Smithfield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 369 County Daly

ADAMS, Alexander farmer Smithfield 1891 Memorial 169/411

ADAMS, A farmer Smithfield 1894 Application 22695

No 2

ADAMS, Alexander of Wokurna 1885 Memorial 197/369

No 1

ADAMS, Alfred of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 8/98

ADAMS, Alfred of Norwood 1856 Memorial 119/154

ADAMS, Alfred [formerly of Adelaide but now] contractor Norwood 1860[-1863] Memorial 222/161

ADAMS, Alfred contractor Norwood, died 19/4/1871 at Kapunda intestate. His wife, Lucy Adams, appointed administrator of the estate Memorial 213/252

ADAMS, Lucy widow Norwood 1871, relict of the late Alfred Adams contractor Norwood Application 11368.

No 2

ADAMS, Alfred labourer Edwardstown linked with Thomas Adams farmer near Balaklava and Thomas George Adams labourer Renmark all linked with John William Adams no description 1889 Memorial 152/400

No 1

ADAMS, Andrew of Penola 1861 Memorial 115/174

ADAMS, Andrew carrier Penola 1864 Memorial 9/200

No 1

ADAMS, CF law clerk Adelaide 1885[-1924] Memorial 83/462

ADAMS, CF law clerk Adelaide 1915 Application 27255

ADAMS, Charles mason Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1914 Grant Book 8 Page 81 County Burra

ADAMS, Charles Edwin labourer Pt Adelaide and Diana Adams his wife 1914 Application 26378

ADAMS, Charles James motor engineer Penola 1931 Application 27861

ADAMS, Charles Vernon clerical student Woodville linked with Henry Atherton Adams gentleman Walkerville 1867 Memorial 100/225

ADAMS, Clark William of Gracechurch St, London, Middlesex and Wimbledon, Surrey, died 11/10/1864. Property to his wife, Elizabeth Adams, in trust for life, then to their sons William James Adams and Alfred William Adams merchants St Benet’s Place, Gracechurch St, London absolutely in remainder expectant. Power of attorney to William John BRIND gentleman Adelaide to seize the SA real estate of Thomas LAWTON merchant Cape Town to settle a debt for money borrowed from CW Adams, when he was an auctioneer in Cape Town, on 1/7/1844 Deposit 263/1873

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ADAMS, David farmer Bowden 1852 Memorial 330/44

ADAMS, David and Thomas farmers Smith Creek Hundred of Munno Para 1861 Memorial 111/171

No 2

ADAMS, David farmer Tickera 1901 Memorial 56/444

ADAMS, David farmer Bews Co Chandos. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 221 County Daly

ADAMS, Edward John cooper Adelaide 1882 Memorial 150/345

No 1

ADAMS, Francis farmer Binnum Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 7 County Robe

ADAMS, Francis farmer Hundred of Townsend Co Robe 1886[-1887] Memorial 1/450

ADAMS, Francis Henry farmer Oakbank 1917 Application 26584

ADAMS, Frederick sawyer Yatta Creek near Gawler 1855[-1859] Memorials 174/90 & 244/132

ADAMS, Frederick Edwin farmer Mt Templeton 1890 Memorial 194/402

No 1

ADAMS, F Penoyre articled law clerk Adelaide 1923 Memorial 154/487

ADAMS, Frederick Penoyre solicitor Peterborough Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1935 Grant Book 12 Page 58 County Chandos

ADAMS, F Penoyre solicitor Adelaide 1946 Memorial 63/528

No 1

ADAMS, George labourer Glenelg 1851 Memorial 461/36.

ADAMS, George farmer Sturt River 1852[-1855] Memorial 348/42.

ADAMS, George of The Sturt 1860 Application 1971

No 2

ADAMS, George labourer Stirling 1874 Memorial 78/276

No 3

ADAMS, George farmer Barunga 1885[-1893] Memorial 39/370

ADAMS, George farmer Barunga 1885 Application 20696

ADAMS, George farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grants 1894 Grant Book 14 Page 478 County Daly

No 4

ADAMS, George labourer Plympton 1893 Application 22438

ADAMS, Helena Ethel married woman Adelaide 1909 Memorial 9/461

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ADAMS, Henry carpenter Mt Barker 1853[-1855] Memorial 384/61

ADAMS, Henry farmer Ashbourne 1856 Ashbourne Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 209/102

No 2

ADAMS, Henry gentleman Goolwa 1859[-1865] Memorial 251/156

No 3

ADAMS, Henry miller Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 118/234

ADAMS, Henry miller Queenstown 1871 Application 11274

ADAMS, Henry miller formerly of Pt Adelaide but then of Queenstown, died 23/10/1929. Husband of Sophia Matilda Adams. Estate worth £400 Memorials 126/507 & 45/508

No 4

ADAMS, Henry farmer near Maitland trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

No 5

ADAMS, Henry of Bowden-on-the-Hill 1888 Memorial 182/392

ADAMS, Henry Hopper farmer near Mt Barker 1869 Memorial 31/243

ADAMS, Henry J clerk to Messrs ANDREWS, BARRETT & ANDREWS solicitors Adelaide 1887 Memorial 168/388

No 1

ADAMS, Henry Robert, John William Adam the Elder and William Edward Adams farmers McHarg Creek 1867 Memorial 64/224

ADAMS, Henry Robert farmer Bull Creek 1887[-1895] Memorial 12/384

ADAMS, Henry Robert farmer formerly of Bull Creek but now of The Sturt 1902 Application 24384

ADAMS, Henry Robert farmer Darlington 1903 Application 24656

No 2

ADAMS, Henry Robert farmer Mt Templeton Hundred of Maitland land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 103 County Fergusson

ADAMS, Herbert John cake manufacturer Adelaide (King William St) 1924 Memorial 112/491

ADAMS, HM accountant Norwood 1901 Application 24254

ADAMS, Howard Daniel Montgomery retired civil servant formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of 23 Burnside Road, Kensington Park 1949 Memorial 135/523

No 1

ADAMS, Israel stone mason Kanmantoo 1867 Memorial 105/227

ADAMS, Israel publican Kanmantoo Hotel Kanmantoo 1913 Application 28949

ADAMS, Israel licensed victualler Kanmantoo 1918 Memorial 73/477

No 1

ADAMS, John Esquire Prospect House, Prospect 1847 Memorial 443/45

No 2

ADAMS, John farmer South Richmond 1847[-1854] Memorial 217/8. Foundation trustee Hindmarsh Primitive Methodist Chapel 1847 Memorial 437/8.

ADAMS, John labourer South Richmond 1862. He could not write Application 3172

No 3

ADAMS, John carpenter Noarlunga 1849 Memorial 399/15.

ADAMS, John builder Noarlunga 1860 Application 1489

No 4

ADAMS, John farmer Hundred of Willunga 1850[-1853] Memorial 442/21

ADAMS, John farmer McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 162/104

No 5

ADAMS, John miner Burra 1850 Memorial 330/27.

ADAMS, John labourer formerly of the Burra Burra Mines but now of Mt Gambier 1856 Memorial 306/100

No 6

ADAMS, John labourer Bowden 1853[-1855] Memorial 86/55

ADAMS, John labourer Bowden. Macclesfield Special Survey land purchase 1855

Memorial 164/95

ADAMS, John of Mt Barker [likely Section 2902 Hundred of Macclesfield prob Spring Gully] 1867 Application 8556

No 7

ADAMS, John licensed victualler Victoria Creek 1854 Memorial 319/79

ADAMS, John farmer Barossa Gold Fields 1884 Memorial 72/356

No 8

ADAMS, John mason North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 59/132

ADAMS, John builder Adelaide 1861 Application 2403

ADAMS, John builder North Adelaide 1861[-1867] Memorial 64/176

ADAMS, John builder North Adelaide, died 9/12/1874. John Adams farmer near the Stone Hut 1875 one of his executors Memorial 227/279

No 9

ADAMS, John waiter Upper Sturt 1864 Application 20986

ADAMS, John bootmaker Crafers 1879. His wife, Caroline Adams nee EVANS, died 29/8/1879 Pulteney St, Adelaide, of uterus cancer, aged 46. Her eldest son, John Masterman Adams, born 24/10/1864 Upper Sturt, where his father, John Adams, was a waiter. Sidney MALIN agent Pt Adelaide knew the family well 1885 Application 20986

No 2 - son of John Adams and Caroline nee Evans. Incorrectly registered as John Masterman Adams.

ADAMS, James Masterman architect Adelaide 1885[-1886] Memorial 202/371

ADAMS, James Masterman miner Kalgoorlie WA owned land in the District of Sturt 1896 Memorial 100/429

No 3

ADAMS, John farmer Eurelia 1881 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

No 1

ADAMS, JB storekeeper Noarlunga 1863[-1867] Memorial 56/278

ADAMS, John B mill clerk Noarlunga 1868 Memorial 48/236

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ADAMS, John William shoemaker Adelaide 1838 Roberts St, Hindmarsh 1839 Application 68.

ADAMS, John William shoemaker Roberts St, Hindmarsh 1838 His wife called Susannah Adams 1838 Application 14096.

ADAMS, John William bootmaker Roberts St, Hindmarsh 1839 storekeeper Hindmarsh 1840 Application 21124

ADAMS, John William shoemaker St Marys and Susannah Adams his wife 1848 Memorial 110/11.

ADAMS, John William [the Elder] farmer St Marys near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 321/36.

ADAMS, John William the Elder farmer St Marys linked with John William Adams the Younger shoemaker of SA 1854 Memorial 98/68

ADAMS, John William [the Elder] farmer Edwardstown 1854[1855] Memorial 489/69

ADAMS, John William [the Elder] postmaster Edwardstown 1855 Memorial 137/90

ADAMS, John William farmer Bull Creek 1857 Memorial 90/118

ADAMS, John William the Elder, Henry Robert and William Edward farmers McHarg Creek near Meadows 1867 Memorial 64/224

ADAMS, John William the Elder farmer formerly of St Marys but then of Snowtown, died 16/7/1893. Father of Lucy Martha KITTO wife of James Kitto farmer Snowtown Memorials 42 & 47/444

ADAMS, John William the Younger shoemaker Pt Elliot 1865[-1867] Memorial 108/203, Application 8591.

No 1

ADAMS, Margaret widow Portland Estate 1867 Application 8404

No 2

ADAMS, Margaret of Lucindale. Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 7 County Robe

No 1

ADAMS, Mary of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 153/8.

ADAMS, Mary widow Adelaide 1847 Memorial 154/8.

No 2

ADAMS, Mary married woman Wistow linked with HAYES, Elizabeth spinster Wistow 1918 Application 26711

ADAMS, Mary Ann spinster Pt Elliot 1899 Application 23805

No 1

ADAMS, Matthew Valentine ironworker and blacksmith Adelaide 1878 Memorial 175/312

ADAMS, Matthew Valentine ironfounder Adelaide 1898[-1913] Memorial 184/433

ADAMS, Phillip horsebreaker Adelaide 1861 Application 2243

No 1

ADAMS, Reuben Thomas gentleman Melbourne Vic, presently residing in Adelaide 1869 Memorial 3/243

ADAMS, Reuben Thomas filler manufacturer Brunswick St, Fitzroy Vic. He owned land in Yatala township 1870 Memorial 131/249

No 1

ADAMS, Richard gentleman Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 117/7.

Gentleman formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Glenelg 1849[-1856] Memorial 167/14.

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ADAMS, Richard storekeeper Adelaide 1839 Application 15101.

ADAMS, Richard merchant's clerk Adelaide 1852 Memorial 163/322

ADAMS, Richard merchant Adelaide sold to Isaac SOLOMON merchant Adelaide the remainder of a 14-year lease of the 'Capital Brick' City Auction Mart and storehouses (also a Capital Brick dwelling house behind) in Hindley St (Pt TA 75) and the Royal Hotel (Pt TA 112 Currie St) from Emanuel SOLOMON for £2,450 in 1854 Memorial 331/67

No 1

ADAMS, Robert farmer Robe 1856 Memorial 212/102

ADAMS, Robert carrier Robe 1861 Memorial 65/197

No 1

ADAMS, Robert Henry boot manufacturer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1882 Memorial 176/347

ADAMS, Robert Henry boot manufacturer (formerly Adams and BRADLEY) Adelaide (Rundle St) 1892 Memorial 115/416

ADAMS, Roy cellarman Kipling St, Tranmere. St George's Woodforde vestryman 1946 Memorial 171/520

No 1 - possibly the same person

ADAMS, Samuel Symes farmer Kooringa 1857 Memorial 311/122

ADAMS, Samuel Symes gardener Magill 1865 Memorial 342/200

ADAMS, Stephen pastoralist Alice Springs Northern Territory 1917[-1923] Memorial 127/475

No 1

ADAMS, Thomas teamster Bowden 1848 Memorial 440/32.

ADAMS, Thomas farmer formerly of Bowden but now of Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 262/45

ADAMS, Thomas farmer Section 4127 Hundred of Munno Para 1853[-1856] Memorial 308/50

ADAMS, Thomas farmer Smith Creek Hundred of Munno Para 1856 Memorial 165/96

ADAMS, Thomas farmer Wattle Farm near Smithfield, died 21/1/1890. Father of David Adams (eldest son) farmer Wattle Farm, Samuel Adams plasterer St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide, Mary Ann RICHARDS and Fanny RATCLIFF. Executors: William RIDGWAY farmer and butcher Virginia, Robert HATCHER farmer Gawler Plains and David Adams Memorials 73 & 74/404

No 2

ADAMS, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1853 Hundred of Barossa land purchase Memorial 424/46

ADAMS, Thomas farmer Victoria Creek 1853[-1857] Memorial 71/61

ADAMS, Thomas publican Victoria Creek. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 45 County Adelaide

ADAMS, Thomas publican Victoria Hotel, Victoria Creek Hundred of Barossa 1854 Memorial 233/71

ADAMS, Thomas licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now of Victoria Creek 1855 Memorial 446/80

Publican Victoria Hotel Victoria Creek 1855 Memorial 453/80

ADAMS, Thomas [formerly publican Victoria Creek but now] butcher Gawler 1857[-1858] Memorial 116/116

ADAMS, Thomas butcher Gawler 1862 Application 2788

No 3

ADAMS, Thomas farmer Langhorne Creek 1856 Memorial 6/101

No 4

ADAMS, Thomas schoolmaster Virginia 1861 Memorial 277/177

No 5

ADAMS, Thomas farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 225 County Gawler

No 6 - perhaps the same person

ADAMS, Thomas of Snowtown 1880 Memorial 94/329

ADAMS, Thomas of Stone Hut 1887 Memorial 206/385

No 7

ADAMS, Thomas labourer Robe S-E 1918[-1922] Memorial 114/477

ADAMS, Thomas Edwin stationmaster Strathalbyn 1899[-1902] Memorial 87/446

No 1

ADAMS, Thomas George linked with John William Adams probably both of the Wakefield Plains 1868 Memorial 25/239

ADAMS, Thomas George gardener Edwardstown and William Adams farmer Maitland linked with the late JW Adams of Snowtown 1901[-1903] Memorial 47/444

ADAMS, Thomas Travers agent Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 123/290

No 1

ADAMS, William labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 20942.

ADAMS, William labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 83/5

No 2 - possibly the same person

ADAMS, William farmer Brighton 1844 Application 14299.

ADAMS, William farmer Brighton 1844[-1855] Memorial 283/4.

ADAMS, William gentleman formerly of Glenelg but now of West Tce, Adelaide and Eliza Adams his wife formerly Eliza HORNSBY widow of the late Thomas Hornsby formerly licensed victualler Glenelg now deceased 1860 Memorial 187/170

No 3

ADAMS, William yeoman Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 234/69

No 4

ADAMS, William mine clerk Cumberland Mine [near Wallaroo??] 1861 Memorial 13/180

No 5 – perhaps the Elder

ADAMS, William farmer East Wellington Hundred of Binnum land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 144 County MacDonnell

No 6 – the Younger

ADAMS, William the Younger of Naracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant 1880 Grant Book 29 Page 145 County MacDonnell

ADAMS, William the Younger farmer Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 148 County MacDonnell

No 5 - probably the same person

ADAMS, William mason Beverley and Elizabeth Adams his wife formerly Elizabeth WHITE 1881 Application 18459

ADAMS, William farmer Beverley on the Port Road 1883[-1885] Memorial 14/350

No 6

ADAMS, William farmer Maitland 1885[-1889] Memorial 17/373

ADAMS, William farmer Maitland, son of Thomas George Adams gardener Edwardstown 1902 Application 24424

No 7

ADAMS, William quarry proprietor Burnside and Mary Gertrude Adams his wife 1885[-1888] Memorial 243/370

ADAMS, William of Burnside and Mary Gertrude Adams his wife 1890 Memorial 181/405

ADAMS, William bookseller Burnside and Mary Gertrude Adams his wife 1893 Memorial 39/417

ADAMS, William bookseller Kensington Park and Mary Gertrude Adams his wife 1899 Memorial 50/439

No 1

ADAMS, William Edward farmer Petersville trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Petersville Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 284 County Fergusson

ADAMS, William Edward farmer Mt Templeton 1885 Memorial 238/369

ADAMS, William Edward farmer Maitland 1886[-1889] Memorial 90/374

ADAMS, William Edward farmer formerly of Mt Templeton but now of Petersville 1893 Memorial 176/416

ADAMS, William Edward farmer Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1899 Grant Book 19 Page 287 County Fergusson

ADAMS, William Ernest the Younger farm labourer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1903 Grant Book 19 Page 109 County Fergusson

No 1 – William Frank Adams

ADAMS, WF clerk Strathalbyn 1891[-1897] Memorial 68/410

ADAMS, W Frank law clerk Strathalbyn 1899[-1901] Memorial 205/438

ADAMS, WF clerk to EJ TUCKER solicitor Strathalbyn 1895 Memorial 172/472

ADAMS, WF licensed land broker Strathalbyn 1918[-1928] Memorial 177/476

ADAMS, William Frank accountant Strathalbyn 1918 Application 26723

ADAMS, William Frank estate agent Strathalbyn 1926[-1938] Memorial 78/496

ADAMS, William Frank estate agent Strathalbyn 1950 Application 28714

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ADAMSON, A the Younger clerk to Messrs KNOX & GWYNNE solicitors Adelaide 1877 Memorial 172/303

ADAMSON, Adam the Younger accountant Adelaide 1889[-1896] Memorial 53/398

ADAMSON, Adam [the Elder] gentleman College Park 1889 Memorial 194/400, Application 23180

ADAMSON, Adam the Elder gentleman College Park linked with Adam Adamson the Younger accountant Adelaide 1894 Memorial 215/420

ADAMSON, Adam accountant Adelaide 1914 Application 26382

ADAMSON, B & M spinsters Wakefield St, Kent Town 1909 Application 25571

ADAMSON, HR of 27 Currie St, Adelaide 1910 Memorial 191/462

No 1

ADAMSON, James married Elizabeth nee ? on 11/2/1819 Dunfermline, Co Fife, Scotland. Eldest son called Adam Adamson. The family emigrated to SA. James Adamson died 14/8/1865 Adelaide intestate. His eldest son, Adam Adamson, inherited his father's estate as heir at law Application 10493.

ADAMSON, James wheelwright Adelaide 1850[-1856] Memorial 115/20

No 2

ADAMSON, James machinist Laura 1877 Memorial 190/296

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ADAMSON, JH machinist Kapunda linked with John Beveridge Adamson machinist Kapunda 1865 Memorial 199/207

ADAMSON, James Hazel machinist Auburn 1866[-1870] Application 8011, Memorial 203/244

ADAMSON, John and Robert storekeepers Echunga 1853 Memorial 44/52

ADAMSON, John licensed victualler Echunga linked with Robert Adamson farmer Langhorne Creek 1857[-1858] Memorial 284/114

ADAMSON, John licensed victualler Hagen Arms Hotel Echunga became a bankrupt in 1859 Memorial 198/160

ADAMSON, John licensed victualler Hagen Arms Hotel Echunga bankrupt 14/11/1859 Application 22399

No 2

ADAMSON, John farmer Hundred of Davenport 1886 Memorial 113/381

No 1

ADAMSON, John Beveridge wheelwright Adelaide 1854 Memorial 348/86

ADAMSON, John Beveridge machinemaker Adelaide 1858 Memorial 246/142

ADAMSON, John Beveridge machinist [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Kapunda linked with JH Adamson machinist Kapunda 1864[-1865] Memorial 199/207, Application 6383

ADAMSON, Robert storekeeper Echunga 1853 Memorial 44/52

ADAMSON, Robert farmer Echunga took up lease land in the Hundred of Bremer 1855 Memorial 499/86

ADAMSON, Robert farmer Lake Plains 1861[-1878] Memorial 300/178

ADAMSON, Robert farmer Lake Plains Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1878 Grant Book 7 Page 7 County Buckingham

No 1

ADAMSON, Thomas labourer Echunga 1851[-1855] Memorial 195/38.

ADAMSON, Thomas farmer Lake Plains 1861 Memorial 160/186

ADAMSON, Thomas farmer formerly of Echunga 1855 but now of Milang 1872 Application 11948.

ADAMSON, Thomas farmer formerly of Milang 1865 but now of Bordertown 1876 Application 15523

ADAMSON, Thomas farmer formerly of Lake Plains but now of the Tatiara 1874 Memorial 40/279

ADAMSON, Thomas farmer Milang Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1878 Grant Book 7 Page 7 County Buckingham

ADAMSON, Thomas farmer Tatiara. Trustee Institute Bordertown Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 66 Page 52 County Buckingham

ADAMSON, Thomas farmer Bordertown 1880 Memorial 101/321

No 2

ADAMSON, Thomas dealer Gawler 1875 Memorial 122/318

ADAMSON, William labourer Echunga 1851[-1853] Memorial 196/38.

ADAN, Thomas farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 303/52

ADCOCK, Elizabeth widow Hindmarsh 1876 Application 15188

ADCOCK, John printer Adelaide 1884 Memorial 116/365

No 1 – the Elder

ADCOCK, Orlando blacksmith Willaston 1854[-1864] Memorial 413/64

ADCOCK, Orlando the Elder shoeing smith and farmer Willaston near Gawler, died 1872. He left his estate in equal shares to his sons, Orlando Adcock the Younger and Henry Thomas Adcock, and to Esther Emma POOLE the judicially separated wife of Robert Poole Memorial 112/264

ADCOCK, Orlando shoeing smith Willaston near Gawler, died c1873. His estate to be divided equally between his two sons - Orlando and Henry Thomas ADCOCK, when they turned 21. Trustees: Robert FOTHERINGHAM brewer Kapunda, and John MITCHELL merchant Gawler Enrolment 9/51

ADCOCK, Ann widow Gawler relict of the late Orlando Adcock now deceased. Linked with Orlando Adcock and Henry Thomas Adcock infants under the age of 21 years 1874 Memorial 187/280

ADCOCK, Ann widow Gawler, died 17/5/1883. Mother of Sarah Ann SMITH formerly Adcock and Henry Thomas Adcock Memorial 229/361

No 2 – the Younger

ADCOCK, Orlando farmer Wandearah West Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

ADCOCK, Thomas mattress maker Adelaide (Leigh St) 1884[-1886] Memorial 76/363

No 1

ADDEMAN, Thomas storekeeper Adelaide 1840 Application 18961

ADDEMAN, Thomas storekeeper Adelaide 1840 then storekeeper Hindmarsh but now of parts beyond the sea by 1845 Application 26912

No 1

ADDIS, Eli labourer Willaston 1899 Memorial 62/458

ADDIS, Eli labourer Willaston, died c1923 Memorial 11/489

No 1

ADDIS, James Clement gentleman Melbourne St, North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 357/30

Gentleman Edwardstown 1853 Memorial 346/50

Farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 228/74

Farmer Gawler Hills 1854 Memorial 92/75

ADDIS, James Clement farmer Munno Para 1855[-1857] Memorial 384/82

ADDIS, James Clement farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Melbourne Vic 1859 Memorial 304/150

No 1 - possibly the same person

ADDIS, Richard farmer Walkerville 1853 Memorial 160/56

ADDIS, Richard farmer Thebarton 1856 Memorial 434/100

ADDIS, Richard labourer Willaston and Nancy Addis his wife 1858[-1881] Memorial 270/139

ADDIS, Richard of Kangaroo Flat near Gawler 1876 Application 15323

ADDIS, Richard labourer Willaston, died 10/5/1898, of senile decay, aged 78. His wife, Nancy Addis, died 12/3/1895, of senile decay and bronchitis, aged 76. Eli Addis labourer Willaston a son of Richard Addis, aged 46 in 1898 Application 23691

ADDIS, William Leicester corn factor Adelaide (Currie St) 1880 Memorial 202/326

No 1

ADDISON, Arthur Richman miller Orroroo 1883[-1885] Memorial 93/354

ADDISON, Arthur Richman gentleman Orroroo 1887 Memorial 250/388

ADDISON, AR merchant Orroroo 1890 Memorial 27/404

ADDISON, Charles Charley baker Aldinga 1878[-1880] Memorial 81/310

No 1

ADDISON, Charles Simpson gentleman New Glenelg 1856 Memorial 106/104

ADDISON, Charles Simpson mariner New Glenelg and Eliza Addison his wife 1868 Memorial 94/292

ADDISON, Eliza widow 1877, relict of the late Charles Simpson Addison formerly gentleman New Glenelg but now deceased 1856 Application 16383

No 1

ADDISON, Edward of Balhannah 1856 Memorial 78/96

ADDISON, Edward bootmaker Balhannah 1859 Balhannah District School trustee Memorial 21/152

ADDISON, Edward labourer Balhannah 1897 Application 23491.

ADDISON, Edward out of business Balhannah 1918, declared that he had lived in the district for more than 60 years Application 26641

ADDISON, FC bank clerk Orroroo 1893[-1897] Memorial 151/418

No 1

ADDISON, Harold Mayo gentleman Mt Gambier Co Grey. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 55 County Daly

ADDISON, Harold Mayo gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 31 Page 145 County Grey

ADDISON, HM surveyor Adelaide 1875 Memorial 226/283

ADDISON, Harold Mayo surveyor Adelaide 1886 Memorial 102/374

ADDISON, Harold Mayo surveyor Adelaide and Margaret Eliza Addison his wife 1886[-1888] Memorial 102/374

ADDISON, Harold Mayo surveyor Adelaide 1873, linked with Thomas Plummer Addison gentleman Adelaide Application 12787

ADDISON, Harold Mayo licensed surveyor Adelaide 1881 Application 18402

ADDISON, Harold Mayo land agent Adelaide Hundred of Telowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 769 County Frome

ADDISON, Margaret Eliza wife of Harold Mayo ADDISON surveyor Adelaide, power of attorney to her husband to manage her SA estates 18/2/1881 Deposit 34/1881

ADDISON, HM auctioneer, surveyor and valuator Albion Chambers, Waymouth St, ‘close to King William St, Adelaide’ 1893. He had established the firm in 1870 Application 22442

ADDISON, Henry shoemaker Mitcham 1850 Memorial 16/28.

No 1

ADDISON, James publican Cox Creek 1850 Memorial 126/23.

ADDISON, James licensed victualler The Deanery Cox Creek East Torrens District 1855 Memorial 16/91

ADDISON, James Plummer gentleman Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 147/305

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ADDISON, John Charles Superintendent of the Prince Alfred Sailors' Home Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15600.

ADDISON, John Charles restaurant keeper Adelaide (Hindley St). He took over premises which the SA Coffee Taverns Co Pty Ltd of Adelaide used to operate 1881 Memorial 1/334

ADDISON, John Charles agent Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 127/349

No 1

ADDISON, John G National Bank officer Penola 1873 Memorial 55/266

ADDISON, John Gollan acting manager of the National Bank of Australasia Adelaide branch 1878[-1885] Memorial 224/333

ADDISON, John G assistant manager National Bank of Australasia Adelaide branch 1893 Memorial 34/416

No 1

ADDISON, Joseph Esquire The Reedbeds 1848 Memorial 293/10

ADDISON, Joseph Esquire formerly of The Reedbeds but now temporarily absent from the colony 1850 Memorial 359/19

ADDISON, Joseph Esquire formerly of the Reedbeds but now of Upton Grey, Hants, England 1854 Memorial 220/77

ADDISON, Joseph Esquire [formerly of the Reedbeds but now of] Mapledurwell, Hants, England 1860 Memorial 246/166

ADDISON, Paul Grey gentleman Mapledurwell, Basingstoke, Hants, England, power of attorney to Frederick Wright, Charles LYONS, and Charles Sydney LEADER land and commission agents Adelaide to manage his SA estate 22/1/1894. [He must have inherited the property from Joseph Addison] Deposit 16/1900

No 1

ADDISON, Peter market gardener Athelstone 1893 Application 22459

ADDISON, Peter of Athelstone 1904 Memorial 43/452

No 1

ADDISON, Thomas farmer Fifth Creek 1865 Memorial 112/202

ADDISON, Thomas farmer Athelstone, died 1884. He left his entire estate to his wife, Catherine Addison Memorial 8/361

ADDISON, Catherine widow Athelstone, widow of the late Thomas Addison farmer Fifth Creek 1896 Application 23062

ADDISON, Catherine 25 spinster Athelstone (Father; Thomas Addison) married Robert Joseph RYAN 27 market gardener Athelstone(Father: John Ryan) on 30/10/1890, St Ignatius Church Norwood. Witnesses: Peter Addison market gardener Athelstone and Janet Addison of Athelstone Application 23062

ADDISON, Ellen Ann spinster Athelstone, died 30/8/1891, of congenital heart disease, and cerebral embolism, aged 26 Application 23062

ADDISON, Mary Ann 26 spinster Athelstone (Father; Thomas Addison) married Edward Christopher Augustine NAUGHTON 26 gardener Paradise (Father: Michael Naughton) on 8/5/1895 St Ignatius Church Norwood. Witnesses: Peter Addison gardener Athelstone and Margaret Addison of Athelstone Application 23062

ADDISON, Thomas Garnett John stuff manufacturer Bradford, Yorks, England, executor for William Brook Addison Esquire 3 Litfield Place, Clifton, Glos, power of attorney to Lavington GLYDE wool broker and general merchant Adelaide, to manage the Addison Estate land in SA 26/3/1885 Deposit 280/OA

No 1

ADDISON, Thomas Plummer gentleman Adelaide (Flinders St) 1847[-1849] Enrolment 29/23

Esquire Adelaide 1851 Enrolment 30/23

ADDISON, Thomas Plummer gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 199/43

Gentleman Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1853 Memorial 236/49

ADDISON, Thomas Plummer chief clerk in HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 230/70

At Alberton by 1855 Enrolment 90/36

ADDISON, Thomas Plummer formerly Esquire Customs House Pt Adelaide 1855 now gentleman Adelaide 1862 Application 3295

ADDISON, Walter Colman clerk Orroroo trustee Orroroo and District Hospital 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

ADDISON, William Brook gentleman Bradford, Yorks, England, power of attorney to Lavington GLYDE commission agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/12/1855 Deposit 280/OA

No 1

ADDISON, William Henry shoemaker Mitcham 1851[-1853] Memorial 278/28.

No 2

ADDISON, William Henry storekeeper Balhannah, became a bankrupt in 1887. Son of the late Edward Addison Memorial 135/409

ADELBERG, Charles of SA negotiated to purchase land in TA 240 in Franklin St, Adelaide for £191, £50 having already been paid 1851. Further dealings with this land not available 1851 Memorial 77/33

No 1

ADEY, Charles G farmer Millbrook 1867[-1868] Memorial 179/228

ADEY, Charles George carter Millbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1875[-1879] Grant Book 14 Page 360 County Daly

ADEY, Charles George farmer Broughton. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Broughton 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 495 County Daly

ADEY, Charles George farmer Broughton. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Keilli 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

ADEY, Charles M accountant Mt Barker 1923 Memorial 199/488

No 1

ADEY, George farmer Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 334/129

ADEY, George formerly farmer Yankalilla but now licensed victualler Aldinga 1859 Memorial 368/160

ADEY, George farmer Aldinga 1863 Application 4180

ADEY, George farmer Aldinga, died 1864. He left his real estate to his wife, Catherine Adey, for life, and then to his adopted son, Thomas LACKEY absolutely in remainder expectant. If Thomas Lackey should die before Catherine Adey, then George Adey's nephew, Thomas Adey, son of George Adey's brother, William Adey now living at Inman Valley, to inherit the real estate Memorial 53/200

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ADEY, Percy Drummond farmer North Gumeracha 1863[-1864] Memorial 342/197

ADEY, Percy D[rummond] storeman Pt Broughton 1889 Memorial 34/397

ADEY, Thomas Spicer photographer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1877[-1885] Memorial 102/364

No 1

ADEY, William farmer Encounter Bay 1857 Memorial 274/137

ADEY, William farmer Inman Valley 1884[-1887] Memorial 102/361

No 1

ADEY, William George medical practitioner Yalding Millbrook 1859[-1879] Memorial 5/152

ADEY, William George medical practitioner Yalding Millbrook Chain of Ponds linked with Agnes Mary Adey spinster of the same place 1879 Memorial 19/316

ADKIN, HG company clerk Adelaide 1930 Memorial 164/503

ADLAM, Clyde Boyce farmer Willunga 1940 Application 28260

ADLAM, Ernest William formerly of Upper Beaconsfield Vic but now orchardist Montacute and Editha Louisa Adlam his wife 1928[-1949] Memorial 98/499

No 1

ADLAM, James farmer Kanmantoo 1851 Memorial 273/31.

ADLAM, James licensed victualler Kanmantoo 1853[-1857] Memorial 423/52

ADLAM, James licensed victualler Kanmantoo 1855 10.5 year lease of the Kanmantoo Hotel at £6/5/- for 6 months, £12/10/- for the next 3 years and £17/5/- for 7 years the remainder of the lease Memorial 153/88

ADLAM, Thomas Storey formerly farmer and grazier Willunga now retired 7 Hartley Rd, Brighton 1946, declared that he had been born on 10/7/1868 and had lived near Willunga until 1938. He was a son of Mary Adlam nee Hill and a grandson of Richard and Elizabeth Hill of Willunga Application 28476

No 1

ADOLPH, Albert Paul farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1894[-1904] Grant Book 13 Page 56 County Dalhousie

ADOLPH, Albert Paul farmer Hornsdale 1895 Memorial 145/425

No 1

AESCHE/ASCHE/ÄSCHE, Carl Gottlieb farmer Black Hill trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1894 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

AESCHE/ASCHE/ÄSCHE, Carl Gottlieb farmer Black Hill trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

AESCHE, Frank Kenneth manufacturer Salisbury and Christina Phoebe Aesche his wife 1951 Memorial 23/527

No 1

AET, Lucy widow Willunga 1853 Memorial 4/60

AET, Lucy widow Yankalilla died 30/10/1869 intestate. Thomas Aet one of her sons to administer the estate. Estate worth £70. Deposit 320/1864

AET, Reuben and Thomas farmers Yankalilla 1874 Memorial 242/278

AFFLECK, George gentleman Fullarton 1861 Memorial 19/175

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

AFFLECK, James stockholder formerly of Pleasant Bank Vic but now of Kybybolite Mosquito Plains 1859[-1863] Memorial 102/151

AFFLECK, James sheep farmer Birbolite [Kybybolite??] Mosquito Plains 1863. Mosquito Plains Presbyterian Church trustee Application 4036

AFFLECK, James sheepfarmer Naracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant 1870 Grant Book 29 Page 138 County MacDonnell

AFFLECK, James stockholder Kybybolite near Naracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant 1870[-1874] Grant Book 29 Page 139 County MacDonnell

AFFLECK, James had died by 1880. Executors – Henry James Goodrich CATTANACH Esquire Brighton Vic and Robert SMITH of Eremeran Station NSW Grant Book 29 Page 139 County MacDonnell

AFFLECK, Isabella of Kybybolite Hundred of Binnum land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 146 County MacDonnell

No 2 – the Younger

AFFLECK, James of Binnum 1881 Memorial 193/334

No 1

AFFLECK, Robert Thomas gentleman Robe 1895[-1900] Memorial 195/423

AFFLECK, Robert Thomas Esquire Robe, died 2/5/1905 Parkside. The trustees had to sell the whole of his estate. Interest on half the money to go to his sister, Harriett Elizabeth GODDARD for life, then the principle to her children in equal shares absolutely. Interest on a quarter of the money to go to his sister, Louisa MOULE for life, then the principle to his sister, Mary Philippa BAILLIE absolutely. If she did not survive Louisa Moule, then Louisa Moule's children to get the principle in equal shares absolutely. The other quarter of the principle to go to RT Affleck's brother, John Stephen Affleck, absolutely. Executor: Charles Arthur GODDARD woolclasser Robe, a nephew of RT Affleck. The other executor was Thomas O'HALLORAN solicitor Adelaide. Value of the estate £1,356 Application 25210

AFFLECK, Robert Thomas Esquire Robe, died 2/5/1905 Parkside. Estate worth £1,356. His nephew, Charles Arthur GODDARD wool classer Robe was one of the executors. The executors to sell all that estate which did not consist of money and then invest the whole estate. Half the estate to be kept for the benefit for life for his sister, Harriet Elizabeth GODDARD, then to her children in equal shares absolutely. One quarter of the estate to Louisa MOULE for life then to his sister Mary Philippa BAILLIE absolutely, or to the children of Harriet Goddard, if she had died before RT Affleck. The other quarter of the estate to his brother, John Stephen Affleck Application 28101

AFFOLTER, Edward John builder Booborowie 1949 Memorial 51/524

AFFORD, Hilda J Beatrice married woman formerly of Kapunda but now of Mill Tce, North Adelaide 1901[-1902] Memorial 171/443

No 1

AFFORD, John Henry grocer Adelaide 1883[-1889] Memorial 157/350

AFFORD, John Henry grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1885 Memorial 248/368

AFFORD, Robert Daniel storeman Goodwood Park 1885[-1886] Memorial 182/367

AFFORD, Rosina widow Adelaide 1888 Memorial 17/395

AFFORD, Rosslyn Stout grocer's assistant Welland 1922 Memorial 103/485

AFFORD, Sarah Dorothy married woman Smithfield 1948 Application 28587

No 1

AFFORD, Thomas Dean baker Kapunda 1882 Memorial 8/345

AFFORD, Thomas Dean baker Kapunda, died 27/5/1892. Links with John Afford merchant Adelaide and Caroline Ann Bennett Afford his wife Memorial 97/417

AFFORD, Thomas Dean baker Kapunda, died 27/5/1892. John Afford merchant Adelaide, died 14/4/1911. TD Afford's widow, Caroline Ann Bennett Afford still living in Kapunda by 1912. Thomas Oscar Afford out of business Kapunda also mentioned Memorial 28/485

AFFORD, Thomas Oscar out of business North Unley 1924[-1927] Memorial 165/492

No 1

AGAR, Francis Henry of North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 492/91

AGAR, Francis Henry clerk to William GILES agent Adelaide 1854 Memorial 269/64

AGAR, Francis Henry of Melbourne St, North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 289/111

No 1 - perhaps the same person

AGAR, Thomas wheelwright Kincraig 1861[-1884] Memorial 129/171

AGAR, Thomas storekeeper Kincraig Naracoorte (Hundred of Naracoorte) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 50 Page 309 County Robe

No 2 - likely the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 1

AGAR, Thomas builder Naracoorte (Hundred of Naracoorte) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 50 Page 305 County Robe

AGAR, Thomas contractor Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874[-1878] Grant Book 50 Page 104 County Robe

AGAR, Thomas farmer Narracoorte 1905 Memorial 150/453

No 1

AGARS, George farmer Skillogolee Creek 1853[-1857] Memorial 283/134

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

AGARS, George sheep farmer Venus Bay 1867[-1882] Memorial 116/226

AGARS, George farmer Warna Grange near Talia Post Office 1878 Memorial 39/310

AGARS, George sheepfarmer Venus Bay Hundred of Colton land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 77 County Musgrave

AGARS, George farmer Colton Hundred of Colton land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 78 County Musgrave

AGARS, George sheep farmer Warna Grange, Venus Bay, power of attorney to Farquhar Perigrine Gordon MCCRAE Manager of the Bank of Australasia Adelaide, to seize his property to repay a loan of £3,900. Any money overto go to George Agars 6/5/1884 Deposit 22/1885

AGARS, George sheep farmer Warna Grange Venus Bay 1885 Memorial 128/364

AGARS, Maria widow Warnia near Talia Pt Lincoln [relict of George Agars the Elder] Hundred of Colton land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 77 County Musgrave

AGARS, Rosa E of Claremont Glen Osmond [perhaps a servant in the CUDMORE household?] 1893 Memorial 33/419

AGG, Esther Maud married woman 33 Chapel St, Thebarton 1927 Application 27556

No 1 – perhaps the same person

AGNEW, Robert carrier Robe Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 229 County Grey

AGNEW, Robert farmer Mayurra trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1874 Grant Book 31 Page 231 County Grey

No 2 – perhaps the same person

AGNEW, Robert of Millicent trustee Presbyterian Church Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 308 County Grey

AGNEW, Robert the Younger farmer Millicent 1887 Memorial 233/385

AGNEW, William farmer Curramulka 1885 Memorial 135/364

No 1

AH HANG, Henry of Elliston Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 102 County Musgrave

AH HANG, Henry farmer Way Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 48 Page 102 County Musgrave

No 1

AHANG, James and John farmers Hundred of Way Co Musgrave 1899 Memorial 184/438

AHANG, John farmer Hundred of Way 1901 Memorial 82/443

No 1

AHEARN, Daniel licensed victualler formerly of Brighton but now of Adelaide 1884 Application 27598.

AHEARN, Daniel licensed victualler Adelaide 1890[-1898] Memorial 19/401

AHEARN, Joseph publican George St, Thebarton 1914 Application 26335

AHEARN, Michael hawker formerly of Clare but then of Jeffcott St, North Adelaide, died 6/12/1902. Estate worth £677. Husband of Bridget Ahearn. Executor; John O'REILLY teamster North Adelaide (Jeffcott St) Memorial 195/454

AHERN, John labourer Bundaleer Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 298 County Victoria

No 1

AHERN, Patrick contractor Yankalilla 1880 Application 18249

AHERN, Patrick contractor Yankalilla 1884 Memorial 11/357

AHERN, Patrick labourer Yankalilla 1888 Memorial 177/392

AHERN, P farm assistant Yankalilla 1911 Memorial 55/464

No 1

AHERN, Thomas yeoman Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 291/189

AHERN, Thomas the Elder labourer formerly of Yankalilla but then of Clare, died 20/7/1889 at Atherly near Clare. Father of Catherine MILLER wife of Herman Miller labourer Spring Farm near Clare, Michael Ahern of near Clare and Mary O'CALLAGHAN wife of John Thomas O'Callaghan of Yankalilla - must also be other children. Also a legacy to Francis Ahern of Yankalilla son of Patrick Ahern of Yankalilla. Estate worth £50 Memorial 57/399

AHERN, Thomas the Elder labourer formerly of Yankalilla but then of Clare, died 24/7/1889. After his death, his estate to be sold. £30 to Catherine MILLER nee Ahern wife of Herman Miller farmer/labourer Spring Farm near Clare. The balance of the estate to be divided equally between his son, Michael Ahern of Clare and Mary O'CALLAGHAN nee Ahern wife of John Thomas O'Callaghan of Yankalilla. Estate worth £50. Thomas Ahern the Elder could not write. Thomas Ahern the Younger labourer Clare was a witness Application 27041

No 1

AHERN, William labourer Yankalilla 1878 Memorial 156/312

AHERN, William the Elder labourer Yankalilla, died 23/4/1895. His wife, Mary Ahern, died 15/2/1906. Children - John Francis Ahern born 26/8/1860 died 17/7/1937. Patrick Joseph Ahern born 26/4/1892 died 14/7/1911. William Ahern born 7/4/1864 died 23/4/1927. Mary Ahern born 17/12/1866 died 19/5/1930; Catherine Ahern born 24/1/1869 still living; Margaret Ahern born 31/5/1871 died 3/10/1903; Honorah Ahern born 29/8/1875 still living; Elizabeth Ahern born 30/11/1877 died 13/7/1901. Patrick Joseph Ahern married Bridget NEYLON in 1885 in Yankalilla. William Ahern the Younger mounted constable Wallaroo 1902, died 23/4/1927 Adelaide, where he had been moved. He left his estate to his wife, Mary Ahern. Estate worth £1,200. Much more information about Ahern descendants Application 28085

AHEHONG/AREHONG, William farmer Mt Hope 1901 Memorial 59/444

AH KUP butcher and miner Union Mine, Northern Territory, partner in the Man Yet Mining Company, has sold to his partners, Gee STAY, Lam HING, Mew YOW and Mow HING ‘all my share and interest in the 15 several leashold properties and in the Battery, plant machinery, horses, stock, personal chattels and effects of the said company’ for £260. Power of attorney to Frederick Alfred MARAUN, bank manager Port Darwin, later of Kempsey NSW, to manage his affairs 15/9/1903 Deposit 21/1894

No 1

AHLE, Wilhelm farmer Clare 1855 Memorial 71/117

AHLE, Wilhelm farmer Sevenhill, died c1878. Letters of administration to his widow, Anna Ahle, to settle his £1,200 estate Memorial 206/317, Application 25424

AHLE, Anna widow Sevenhill 1881[-1908] Memorial 217/335

AHLES, Wilhelm August labourer Lyndoch 1865 Memorial 188/204

AHLGRIN, Johann Friedrich jeweller formerly of Adelaide, but now in Christchurch New Zealand, power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON land agent Adelaide to manage his property 23/9/1869 Deposit 228/1869

AHLMANN, Johann Carl August farmer Hundred of Moorooroo 1861 Memorial 341/170

No 1

AHRENFELD, Eduard of near Wallaroo 1888 Memorial 245/389

AHRENFELD, Eduard [formerly of near Wallaroo but now of] Melbourne Vic linked with Florry and Wilhelimine Ahrenfeld of Melbourne Vic 1889 Memorials 230/390, 237/390, 241/390

AHRENS, Carl Wilhelm blacksmith Sheaoak Log 1906 Application 25122

AHRNS, Christoph and Friedrich farmers Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Bright land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 47 County Burra

No 1

AHRENS, Heinrich farmer Angas Park sold land in Sussex St, North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 64/34

AHRENS, Heinrich Gerhard farmer Evandale near Angaston 1855 Memorial 99/88

AHRENS, Heinrich Gerhard farmer Angas Park 1857 Memorial 308/120

No 1 – Carl Christian Ahrns

AHRNS, Carl farmer Onkaparinga 1849. Section 6556 Torrens Special Survey land purchase Memorial 48/141

AHRNS, Carl Christian farmer Blumberg 1855 Section 29 Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Memorial 91/122

AHRNS, Carl Christian farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 318 County Light

AHRNS, Carl Christian farmer near Steelton Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1862[-1864] Grant Book 44 Page 355 County Light

AHRNS, Carl Christian farmer Waterloo 1882 Application 19475

AHRNS, Wilhelm Friedrich farmer near Robertstown 1886 Memorial 222/379

No 1

AH TACK, Charlotte married woman Pt Lincoln 1905[-1910] Memorial 206/453

AH TACK, John labourer Pt Lincoln 1901 Memorial 189/444

AH TACK, John labourer Pt Lincoln linked with Charlotte A Tack married woman Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 86/445

AH TACK or ATTICK, Charlotte married woman Pt Lincoln 1910 Application 25804

AICHESON, Mary spinster McLaren Vale 1862 Memorial 26/182

No 1

AIKEN, Hugh James farmer Willowie 1895 Memorial 224/426

AIKEN, Hugh James farmer Booleroo and Catherine Thurza Aiken his wife 1897 Memorial 245/429

No 1

AIKEN, Oliver in SA by 1855. Hundred of Gilbert land purchase Memorial 249/142

AIKEN, Oliver farmer Coghill Creek near Saddleworth 1864 Application 5253.

AIKEN, Oliver farmer Saddleworth 1864 Application 5762.

AIKEN, Oliver farmer near Saddleworth 1869 Memorial 209/239

AIKEN, Oliver the Elder farmer Saddleworth 1875 Memorial 148/282

AIKEN, Oliver farmer Coghill Creek father of Hugh James Aiken farmer Coghill Creek 1875 Memorial 247/288

No 1

AIKMAN, George baker Hindmarsh 1854[-1860] Memorial 241/69

AIKMAN, George baker Hindmarsh. Hindmarsh Building Society director 1860 Memorial 123/172

AIKMAN, Robert carpenter Adelaide, about to proceed to England, power of attorney to Henry RYMILL and Frank RYMILL gentlemen Adelaide to manage his SA estates 18/2/1879 Deposit 47/1880

AIMS, William farmer Lyndoch Valley 1848 Memorial 149/13

No 1

AINSLIE, James Whitson grazier Pt Lincoln 1951, son of Robert Whitson Ainslie and Alice Emily Ainslie Application 28825

AINSLIE, James Whitson grazier Pt Lincoln 1955 Memorial 48/530

No 1

AINSLIE, Robert Whitson farmer Pt Lincoln 1909 Memorial 146/461

AINSLIE, Robert Whitson farmer Pt Lincoln, died 23/7/1920. Husband of Alice Emily Ainslie. Parents of Elizabeth MURRAY nee Ainslie formerly of Auburn Vic but now of Canterbury Vic. Estate worth £1,200 Memorial 8/482

AINSLIE, Alice Emily widow Baysview Farm Pt Lincoln, died 26/1/1946. Mother of James Whitson Ainslie farmer Pt Lincoln, Robert Sarre Ainslie salesman Maitland and Jessie Ruth Ainslike Memorial 43/520

AINSWORTH, Charles bootmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1880 Memorial 155/324

No 1

AIR, James butcher Penola 1868 Memorial 150/234

AIR, James butcher Penola and Elizabeth Air his wife 1870[-1883] Memorial 39/247

AIR, James flesher Penola and Elizabeth Air his wife 1872 Memorial 204/261

AIR, Elizabeth widow Penola 1888 Application 21342

AIR, Sarah Ann widow Pt Willunga 1920 Application 26925

No 1

AIRD, Archibald Brown yeoman Willunga 1853 Memorial 270/53

AIRD, Archibald Brown farmer Bald Hills nr Inman Valley 1856 Memorial 281/99

AIRD, Archibald Brown farmer Myponga 1862 Application 2904

AIRD, Archibald Brown farmer Myponga Hundred of Myponga land grant 1864 Grant Book 36 Page 454 County Hindmarsh

No 1

AIRD, Henry Keeble stockholder Nalang Station 1878[-1880] Memorial 173/312

AIRD, Henry Keeble Esquire Nalang 1880 Memorial 23/328

AIRD, John farmer Noarlunga 1856 Memorial 339/100

No 1

AIRD, John McNaughton labourer Burnside 1882 Memorial 14/339

AIRD, John McNaughton labourer Burnside, died 14/10/1903 intestate. Husband of Mary Aird, who lived at Knightsbridge by 1914 Memorial 105/470

No 1

AISH, Alfred George mason Norwood 1855[-1861] Memorial 8/92

AISH, Alfred George publican Adelaide 1883 Application 19897

AISH, Mary Eliza widow Adelaide took out a lease of the Imperial Cellars Pt TA 46 Adelaide 1885 Memorial 246/368

No 1

AITCHISON, Andrew linked with Section 383 Hundred of Hall Co Stanley 1888 Memorial 124/392

AITCHISON, Andrew no description linked with the estate of the late Elliot Aitchison 1889 Memorial 159/395

No 1

AITCHISON, Elliot shepherd Adelaide 1843[-1847] Memorial 446/2

AITCHISON, Elliot farmer Magill 1852 Memorial 62/407

AITCHISON, Elliot farmer near Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 124/62

AITCHISON, Elliot farmer Glen Osmond Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 1 County Gawler

AITCHISON, Elliot linked with Section 702 Hundred of Davenport Co Frome 1885 Memorial 186/372

AITCHISON, Elliot farmer and grazier White Forest Culburra. Hundred of Coneybeer land grant 1905 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

No 1

AITCHISON, James farmer The Onkaparinga 1846 Memorial 477/6

AITCHISON, James farmer Section 86 near Noarlunga. He had the Cherry Gardens stockyard built on his land 1849 Memorial 220/19

AITCHISON, James farmer McLaren Vale 1852 Memorial 307/43

No 1

AITCHISON, James farmer Morchard trustee Morchard cemetery 1879 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

AITCHISON, James farmer Morchard 1884 Memorial 129/361

AITCHISON, James farmer Coomooroo 1886 Memorial 192/380

AITCHISON, James JP Esquire Hundred of Coomooroo 1887 Memorial 158/383

AITCHISON, James farmer Morchard. Trustee Morchard Institute 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 250 County Dalhousie

AITCHISON, James farmer Morchard. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1895 Book 13 Page 265 County Dalhousie

No 1

AITCHISON, Jessie Grieve spinster Auchenrivock [near Salter Springs Co Gawler]. Hundred of Hall land grant 1888 Grant Book 56 Page 222 County Stanley

AITCHISON, Jessie Grieve linked with Sections 82, 84 Hundred of Coomooroo Co Dalhousie 1889[-1893] Memorial 236/396

AITCHISON, Leslie civil servant Adelaide 1912 Memorial 143/466

AITCHISON, Mary spinster McLaren Vale 1862 Memorial 26/182

No 1 – probably Robert Forester Proudfoot Aitchison

AITCHISON, Robert farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 366 County Daly

AITCHISON, Robert the Elder farmer Broughton Extension Co Daly. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

AITCHISON, Robert Forester Proudfoot farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 378 County Daly

AITCHISON, Robert farmer Hundred of Boucaut. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1890 Grant Book 55 Page 42 County Stanley

AITCHISON, Robert Forester Proudfoot farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 271 County Daly

AITCHISON, Walter Henry of Salter Springs linked with the estate of the late Elliot Aitchison 1889 Memorial 160/395

No 1 – perhaps the same person

AITCHISON, William farmer Salter Springs Co Gawler. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1881[-1882] Book 13 Page 258 County Dalhousie

AITCHISON, William linked with Section 702 Hundred of Davenport Co Frome 1885 Memorial 186/372

No 2

AITCHISON, William farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 271 County Daly

AITKEN, Alexander gardener Reedbeds 1862 Memorial 33/185

AITKEN, Ann widow Port Adelaide, power of attorney to John Trail MCLEAN warehouseman North Adelaide, to manage her SA estate 27/3/1877 Deposit 64/1878

AITKEN, Archibald grazier Penola linked with the late Julia Aitken no description 1903 Memorial 12/449

AITKEN, Gilbert labourer Penola Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 31 Page 144 County Grey

No 1

AITKEN, Henry clerk Pt Adelaide and Jane Aitken his wife formerly Jane WHITE spinster 1877 Memorial 7/297

AITKEN, Henry of Gouger St, Adelaide and Jane Aitken his wife 1880 Memorial 130/323

No 1

AITKEN, James farmer Adelaide 1867 Memorial 12/223

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

AITKEN, James gardener Bay Road, and Sarah Jane Aitken, his wife nee SJ FORD 1868[-1873] Memorial 19/212

AITKEN, James farmer near Lobethal, and Sarah Jane Aitken, his wife nee SJ FORD 1868 Enrolment 49/51

AITKEN, Oliver the Elder gentleman Saddleworth, died 1888. Father of Oliver Aitken the Younger and Hugh James Aitken and Rebecca Aitken spinster. Father-in-law to John CASKEY farmer Saddleworth and James GRAHAM farmer Magpie Creek. Estate worth £100. He left most of the estate to his sons-in-law to divide between them equally. He left 1/- to each of his own sons and £20 to his unmarried daughter Memorial 155/394

AITKEN, Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1852[-1861] Memorial 336/45

No 1

AKEHURST, William dealer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 468/62

AKEHURST, William dealer Bowden 1849 Memorial 258/16.

Licensed victualler Bowden 1851 Memorial 362/33.

AKEHURST, William yeoman Bowden 1855 Memorial 492/89

AKEHURST, William dealer Bowden, about to leave SA, power of attorney to John PACKHAM baker Hindmarsh, to manage his SA estate 17/7/1855 Deposit 69/1855

AKEHURST, William yeoman formerly of Bowden but now of Castlemaine Vic 1855 Memorial 232/93

AKEHURST, William miner Brompton 1858 Memorial 336/147

AKEHURST, William dealer formerly Adelaide, now Carisbrook Vic 1871 Application 11395

AKERY, George born 23/9/1821 Charter House, Hinton near Bath, Somerset, England. Died Pt Lincoln late 1860s-early 1870s. George Akery roper Pt Lincoln left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Dinah Akery, for life, then in equal shares to George Akery's brothers and sisters Memorial 233/277

AKERY, D servant Pt Lincoln 1876 Memorial 124/288

AKHURST, Adrian articled law clerk Adelaide 1907 Memorial 37/458

No 1

AKHURST, Arthur F clerk to Messrs HARDY & COOPER solicitors Adelaide 1865 Memorial 109/208

AKHURST, Arthur F clerk to HARDY & HARDY solicitors Adelaide 1868 Memorial 20/236

AKHURST, Arthur F clerk to CB HARDY solicitor Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 161/260

AKHURST, Arthur F clerk to CB HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1872 Memorial 31/267

AKHURST, Arthur F clerk to Messrs FENN & HARDY solicitors Adelaide 1875[-1878] Memorial 152/284

AKHURST, Arthur Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 199/296

AKHURST, Arthur F solicitor Kooringa 1883 Memorial 56/351

AKHURST, Arthur F solicitor Mt Gambier 1895[-1898] Memorial 17/424

AKROYD, William of Pt Lincoln 1850 Memorial 177/29

ALBANUS, HSG teacher Point Pass 1892 Memorial 225/413

ALBE, Franz farmer Edwardstown 1876 Application 15159

ALBERS, Hermann August billiard saloon keeper Adelaide (Rundle St) took out an assigned lease of the Theatre Royal Hotel Hindley St in February 1895, which expired in 1898. He surrendered the lease in August 1895 Memorials 325/423, 161/425

No 1

ALBERT, Benjamin yeoman Macclesfield 1853[-1856] Memorial 134/48

ALBERT, Benjamin farmer Macclesfield 1882 Application 19385

ALBERT, Stefano ice cream manufacturer Adelaide (King William St) 1890 Memorial 190/405

ALBERTI, Salvator out of business Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 233/309

ALBERTONI, Andrew John horse driver Lyndhurst Siding Out of Hundreds. Lyndhurst (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 65 Page 279 County Not named

ALBINUS, Johann farmer Booleroo 1896 Memorial 129/429

ALBRECHT, Heinrich farmer Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1879 Grant Book 58 Page 36 County Sturt

ALBRECHT, Reinhold of Mannum 1888 Memorial 77/392

No 1

ALCHIN, Anthony labourer Kapunda 1910[-1932] Memorial 234/462

ALCHIN, Anthony Corporation labourer Kapunda 1931 Application 27849

ALCOCK, Cyril Clifford gardener Happy Valley 1918 Application 26655

No 1

ALCOCK, Edward District Secretary JO Rechabites 1870 Memorial 151/250

ALCOCK, Edward agent Adelaide 1879 Memorial 188/314

ALCOCK, Edward agent Adelaide 1881 Application 18473

No 1

ALCOCK, EE agent Adelaide (Grote St) 1887 Memorial 191/384

ALCOCK, EE accountant Adelaide 1906 Memorial 75/456

ALCOCK, Frank Verdun labourer Reynella 1940 Application 28236

ALCOCK, Henry Esquire Skipton, Yorks, England, power of attorney to Lavington GLYDE land agent Adelaide, to improve and sell his land 1/10/1854 Deposit 55/1867

No 1

ALCORN, Herbert James gardener Inglewood linked with William Alcorn farmer Inglewood 1923 Memorial 130/487

ALCORN, Herbert James and William Alcorn both farmers Inglewood. RF Alcorn mentioned but not described 1930 Memorial 52/503

ALCORN, James Alexander clerk Henley Beach 1937 Memorial 130/511

No 1

ALCORN, John stationman Inglewood 1875[-1886] Memorial 2/282

ALCORN, John farmer Inglewood linked with William Alcorn jam manufacturer Inglewood 1893 Memorial 22/416

ALCORN, John farmer and gardener Inglewood, died 3/1/1903. Husband of Rebecca Alcorn, who died 25/6/1903 Inglewood, of kidney abcess, aged 70. Father of James Alcorn gardener and William Alcorn labourer both of Inglewood Memorials 50 & 72/449

ALCORN, John farmer Inglewood, died 3/1/1903. Estate worth £3,250. His wife, Rebecca Alcorn, to have all his personal estate, except for the piano and sewing machine to go at her death, to his daughter Matilda Alcorn. Oddfellow’s Lodge life insurance for £100 to his wife, and she gets the income for life from his various real estate, held by his sons, James and William Acorn, in trust. After her death, James, William, Hannah, Rebecca and Susannah Acorn each to get specific real estate, including land at Curragong, near Sydney NSW, together with certain cash payments. Enrolment 20/55

ALCORN, Rebecca widow of the late John Alcorn gardener Inglewood, died 25/6/1903, of an abcess on the kidney, aged 70 Application 24647

No 1

ALCORN, William labourer Inglewood 1903 Application 24646

ALCORN, William farmer Inglewood 1907 Memorial 62/457

No 1

ALDAM, Belton Hill and Frank Lonsdale Aldam butchers Willunga 1896 Memorial 248/427

ALDAM, Belton Hill farmer Noarlunga and Cecilia May Aldam his wife 1914 Memorial 52/470

ALDAM, Belton Hill farmer Pt Noarlunga, aged 83 in 1954, declared that he had lived in the district for 55 years. A son of Thomas Storey Aldam, The family owned 7 lots in Noarlunga Lots 1-8 (not 3), an area they called Seaford [the site of the modern Seaford sub-division] Application 29072

ALDAM, Clyde Boyce farmer Willunga 1937 Application 28072

No 1

ALDAM, Frank Lonsdale farmer Aldinga 1913[-1922] Memorial 153/468

ALDAM, Frank Lonsdale farmer Willunga 1929 Memorial 171/502

No 1 - the Elder

ALDAM, Thomas Storey storekeeper Willunga 1867 Memorial 105/223

ALDAM, Thomas Storey farmer Willunga 1872 Memorial 94/263

ALDAM, Thomas Storey the Elder died 7/11/1883. Husband of Mary Aldam. Father of - TS Aldam the Younger, Belton Hill Aldam, Frank Lonsdale Aldam, Alfred Morris Aldam, Wilfred Aldam, Maud May Aldam and Emily Charlotte Aldam. Margery Nan GOULD married woman 7 Braemar Rd, Torrens Pk 1964, declared that she was a daughter of Thomas Storey Aldam the Younger, and a granddaughter of TS Aldam the Elder Application 29072

No 1 - the Younger

ALDAM, Thomas Storey farmer Willunga 1872[-1905] Memorial 94/263 FIND – 1ST EXAMPLE OF YOUNGER

ALDAM, Thomas Storey farmer Willunga 1936 Application 28065

ALDEN, Caroline dairyfarmer near Sandergrove 1890 Memorial 153/404

No 1

ALDENHOVEN, Ernst Heinrich Eduard formerly accountant Kalgoorlie WA but now miner North Adelaide 1910 Memorial 41/463

ALDENHOVEN, Ernst Heinrich Eduard out of business 38 Childers St, North Adelaide 1951 Memorial 184/525

ALDENHOVEN, Ferdinand Adolph of Yorketown 1891 Memorial 199/408

ALDENHOVEN, Heinrich Henry farmer Truro Hundred of Willowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

ALDENHOVEN, Hermann farmer Eden Valley Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 67 County Fergusson

ALDER, Charles sawyer Bowden 1856 Memorial 374/100

ALDER, Isaac stonemason Adelaide 1846 Memorial 123/7

No 1

ALDER, Thomas the Younger farmer Kangarilla Creek 1853 Memorial 451/56

ALDER, Thomas farmer Eyre Flat 1855 Memorial 273/91

ALDER, Thomas the Younger farmer formerly of Kangarilla Creek 1853 but now of Eyre Flat 1863 Application 4364

ALDERMAN, Amos of Woods Landing 1888 Memorial 105/393

ALDERMAN, HG clerk to RG NESBIT solicitor Adelaide 1913[-1914] Memorial 38/470

ALDERMAN, JK solicitor Brookman Buildings, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1949 Application 28650

ALDERMAN, RG clerk Norwood 1880 Memorial 237/324

No 1 - possibly the same person

ALDERMAN, Samuel farmer Pt Wakefield Balaklava township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 213 County Gawler

ALDERMAN, Samuel farmer Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 26 Page 114 County Gawler

ALDERMAN, Samuel farmer Balaklava 1882[-1883] Memorial 54/339

ALDERMAN, Samuel licensed victualler Lancelot Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 163 County Herbert

ALDERMAN, Samuel farmer formerly of Saints but now of Ardrossan 1907 Memorial 239/457

No 1

ALDERMAN, William labourer Reedbeds 1839 Application 17645

ALDERMAN, William farmer Reedbeds 1842 Memorial 230/240

ALDERMAN, William farmer Gawler River 1848[-1860] Memorial 127/106

Farmer Bankflat Farm [near Gawler] 1856 Mudla Wirra District Councillor Memorial 128/106

ALDERMAN, William farmer formerly of the Reedbeds but now of Gawler River 1858 Memorial 243/132

ALDERMAN, William farmer Pt Wakefield, died c1882 intestate. Letters of administration to a son, Samuel Alderman farmer Saints, to settle his estate Memorial 1/346

ALDERSEY, Anthony HS clerk to Messrs SYME & SISSON of Pirie St, Adelaide 1897 Memorial 64/433

ALDERSEY, HA clerk Adelaide 1910 Memorial 27/464

No 1

ALDERSEY, Henry Lee farmer McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 195/73

No 2

ALDERSEY, HL clerk Adelaide (Pirie St) 1895 Memorial 247/423

ALDERSEY, Mary Ann spinster McLaren Vale 1883 Application 19980

No 1

ALDERSEY, Richard Baker Esquire formerly of 29 New Broad St, London, Middlesex, England, but now of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 159/18.

ALDERSEY, Richard Baker Esquire [formerly of Adelaide but now of] McLaren Vale 1849 Memorial 258/57

No 1

ALDERSON, Henry gentleman Thebarton 1849 Memorial 69/18

ALDERSON, Henry gentleman Edwardstown 1850 Memorial 286/19 Esquire Black Forest 1850 Memorial 354/31

Merchant Watervale 1851 Memorial 98/32.

ALDERSON, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 215/154

ALDERSON, Henry gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for England, power of attorney to Thomas WARRINER gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/5/1851 Deposit 337/OA

ALDERSON, Henry and WARRINER, Thomas merchants late of Watervale 1859 Application 451

ALDERSON, Richard chimney sweep Le Fevre Peninsula 1874 Application 13705

No 1

ALDERTON, John wheelwright Gawler 1856[-1857] Memorial 374/98

ALDERTON, John wheelwright Gawler, died 24/9/1894. His estate worth £1,000 Application 27858

ALDERTON, John wheelwright Gawler, died 24/9/1894. Executors: James BUSBRIDGE brickmaker Gawler and Joyce BRIGHT widow Gawler Memorial 116/423

ALDHAM, Thomas Storey grazier Willunga 1902 Memorial 136/445

ALDIS, Frederick Clifton of Flinders St, Adelaide, Secretary to the SA Baptist Union Inc 1951 Application 28808

No 1

ALDIS, William Henry tobacconist Sydney NSW 1842[-1856] Memorial 233/5

ALDIS, William Henry merchant Sydney NSW. He owned land in Brighton 1865 Memorial 82/206

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ALDRIDGE, Charles Edwin hotelkeeper Adelaide. Excellent description of the interior and contents of the Prince Alfred Hotel, King William St, Adelaide 1880 Memorial 57/328

ALDRIDGE, Charles Edwin gentleman Mt Lofty, about to leave the state for a time, power of attorney to John Caldwell CRAWFORD accountant King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA estate 5/5/1902 Deposit 24/1903.

ALDRIDGE, ER bank officer Burra 1950 Memorial 94/525

No 1

ALDRIDGE, Frederick Clement baker and grocer Kensington Co Adelaide Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 385 County Stanley

ALDRIDGE, Frederick Clement licensed victualler Adelaide, surrendered his lease for an unnamed hotel on TA 379 in 1890 Memorial 133/402

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ALDRIDGE, George storekeeper Kensington 1849[-1856] Memorial 429/19 Baker Kensington 1850. His sister, Elizabeth Aldridge, married Peter LEWIS. Memorial 422/23

ALDRIDGE, George and Henry BAYSTON confectioners Adelaide took out a 10-year lease at £364 a year of two shops on the ground floor 'of part of that building known as The Adelaide Chambers and the Adelaide Assembly and Concert Room on the east side of King William St recently erected by George White and also that newly erected kitchen bakehouse and oven situate in the yard next to the timber yard of one Patrick Boyce COGLIN and also all that coal or woodshed in the said yard and also all that large cellar under the said Assembly and Concert Room and that other cellar under the Card Room next to the said Assembly Room' 1857 Memorial 282/139

ALDRIDGE, George licensed victualler Adelaide (King William St) became a bankrupt in 1863 owing money to 'a very large number of persons' 1863 Memorial 174/203

ALDRIDGE, George licensed victualler Adelaide (King William St) 1865 Memorial 174/203

ALDRIDGE, George licensed victualler Adelaide, died c1880. Husband of Sarah Jane Aldridge Memorial 206/324

No 1

ALDRIDGE, George Sydney auctioneer Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 6 County Eyre

ALDRIDGE, George Sydney in partnership with Theodore BRUCE as auctioneers Adelaide 1885 Memorial 43/373

ALDRIDGE, Harry Richmond grazier Adelaide 1921 Memorial 22/482

No 1

ALDWELL, William Henry Cadwallader gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to George Sydney ALDRIDGE auctioneer Adelaide, to sell and dispose of his SA estate 110/6/1879 Deposit 188/1879

ALDWELL, Ellen Susannah married woman Adelaide Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 5 County Lytton

ALECK, Alfred farmer Pt Pirie 1888 Memorial 88/391

ALEXANDER, AD law clerk Adelaide 1892[-1893] Memorial 113/414

No 1

ALEXANDER, Alexander John farmer near Gawler 1912 Application 26100.

ALEXANDER, Alexander John retired farmer Gawler 1923[-1933] Memorial 38/490, Application 27901

ALEXANDER, Charles labourer Altona nr Lyndoch, died 20/3/1901. Husband of Mary Ann Alexander Memorial 165/443

ALEXANDER, Charles Henry gardener Sandy Common near Lyndoch 1885 Memorial 21/364

ALEXANDER, Charles Leonard licensed surveyor Adelaide 1927 Application 27619

ALEXANDER, EC clerk North Adelaide 1893 Memorial 92/419

ALEXANDER, Edward ironmonger Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 251/34

ALEXANDER, Ellen spinster North Adelaide, power of attorney to Thomas Berry GALL solicitor, to manage her SA estate 6/3/1907 Deposit 41/1907.

No 1

ALEXANDER, Elijah licensed victualler Balaklava 1885 Memorial 201/371

ALEXANDER, Elijah licensed victualler Largs Bay 1896 Memorial 222/428

ALEXANDER, Elijah gentleman Adelaide 1902 Memorial 47/445

No 1

ALEXANDER, Emma widow Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf 1855 Memorial 125/84

ALEXANDER, Emma widow Echunga 1855 Memorial 498 Book 84

ALEXANDER, Emma widow St Stephen parsonage Willunga 1856 Memorial 29/113

ALEXANDER, Emma widow Willunga 1859[-1860] Memorial 90/151

ALEXANDER, Emma widow formerly of Willunga but now residing at Magill [likely at St George parsonage] 1865 Memorial 144/204

ALEXANDER, Emma of Adelaide about to leave the province, widow of Henry Alexander banker, late of Ipswich, England. Power of attorney to Augustus Short Bishop of Adelaide, Henry Hobhouse TARTON, Nathaniel OLDHAM all of Adelaide, to manage her financial affairs, in the place of Nathaniel OLDHAM alone 24/11/1871. On 31/7/1874, at the George Hotel, St Kilda, Vic, Mrs Alexander appointed Nathaniel OLDHAM to collect mortgage money from Alfred Thomas PERRY, of Tarlee, and manage her other business affairs Deposits 172/1871 and 125/1874.

ALEXANDER, Frederick gentleman North Adelaide 1839 Stockholder Walkerville 1842 Application 10208

ALEXANDER, Henry gardener Altona near Lyndoch, died 15/5/1899. Husband of Mary Ann Alexander. Father of Charles Alexander labourer Altona 1901 Memorial 164/443

ALEXANDER, James Douglas out of business Gawler 1937 Memorial 159/510

No 1

ALEXANDER, John farmer District of Yattalunga 1861 Memorial 216/176

ALEXANDER, John Clerk to the District Council One Tree Hill 1864 Application 5180

ALEXANDER, John farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1871[-1876] Memorial 117/253

No 2

ALEXANDER, John labourer Upper Sturt 1865 Memorial 196/203

No 3

ALEXANDER, John labourer Alma Plains 1865 Memorial 286/203

ALEXANDER, John Cuthbertson saddle and harness maker Adelaide 1890[-1894] Memorial 185/402

ALEXANDER, John Edward gentleman Adelaide 1870 Memorial 137/250

ALEXANDER, Joseph greengrocer Adelaide, and Anna Maria Alexander his wife 1884 Application 20148

ALEXANDER, Louis writing clerk Glebe Point Road, Sydney NSW about to marry Hannah SOLOMON of Glebe Point Road, near Sydney marriage settlement 18/1/1896. Her land in SA and NSW in trust to her her husband for an income of £200 a year for life (unless he becomes a bankrupt or commits a dreadful crime ‘whereby he would be deprived of the actual personal enjoyment thereof’, and afterwards to her for life; then in equal shares to the children absolutely in remainder expectant Deposit 60/1896

ALEXANDER, Margaret widow Willowie. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 742 County Frome

ALEXANDER, Robert miller Yankalilla took out a 4-year lease of the Gorge Flour Mill (Sections 1006 & 1009 Hundred of Yankalilla), … together with the store at the Yankalilla Jetty known as WILLSON's store and also the store on the beach … together with all weighing machines, trucks, boats and other utensils at the said premises and at Second Valley Rapid Bay and Cape Jervis … ' at £400 a year from William FERGUSON miller Pt Wakefield 1867 Memorial 122/221

No 1

ALEXANDER, Samuel formerly gentleman North Adelaide 1839 but now stockholder Walkerville 1842 Application 10208

ALEXANDER, Samuel Esquire Walkerville 1839 Application 13012

ALEXANDER, Samuel Esquire Walkerville 1842 Memorial 227/2

ALEXANDER, SK clerk Loxton 1941 Memorial 156/515

No 1

ALEXANDER, Thomas labourer Bowden 1851[-1854] Memorial 464/37.

ALEXANDER, Thomas yeoman Bowden 1856[-1857] Memorial 318/112

ALEXANDER, Thomas farmer formerly of Bowden but now of Section 2902 Hundred of Macclesfield 1857 Memorial 61/123

ALEXANDER, Thomas labourer formerly of Bowden but now of Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 221/142

No 2

ALEXANDER, Thomas engineer Noarlunga 1852 Memorial 371/60

ALEXANDER, Thomas engineer [formerly of Noarlunga but now of] Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 87/84

No 3

ALEXANDER, Thomas engineer Norwood 1852[-1857] Memorial 323/42.

No 4

ALEXANDER, Thomas engineer Alberton 1854[-1856] Memorial 57/66

No 5

ALEXANDER, Thomas engineer Bowden 1876 Memorial 210/294

No 1

ALFORD, Charles labourer Terowie Co Kimberley. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 387 County Daly

ALFORD, Charles labourer Tickera and Elizabeth Alford his wife 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 387 County Daly

ALFORD, Charles labourer Terowie. Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 98 County Kimberley

No 1

ALFORD, Edwin farmer Little Para 1858[-1863] Memorial 261/136

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ALFORD, Edwin licensed victualler The Glynde 1876 Memorial 123/289

ALFORD, Edwin licensed victualler The Glynde and Eveline Moore Alford his wife 1883 Memorial 218/352

ALFORD, Edwin licensed victualler Glynde Hotel Payneham 1889 Memorial 113/396

ALFORD, Edwin licensed victualler The Glynde and Evelina Moore Alford his wife linked with Henry Alford gentleman Kent Town 1890 Memorial 65/404

ALFORD, Edwin licensed victualler The Glynde, died 31/7/1900, of phthisis pulmonalis, aged 53. Husband of Evelina Moore Alford Application 25584

ALFORD, Evelina Moore licensed victualler The Glynde 1909 Application 25674

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ALFORD, Henry police sergent Adelaide 1846 Memorial 87/6

ALFORD, Henry licensed victualler Glynde Inn Glynde 1857[-1868] Memorial 306/150, Application 9323

ALFORD, Henry gentleman formerly of Glynde but now in parts beyond the seas 1863 Memorial 27/187

ALFORD, Henry the Younger licensed victualler Adelaide 1873 Memorial 64/266

ALFORD, Mary wife of Henry Alford gentleman McLaren St, Adelaide, died 30/8/1880, of phthisis, aged 44. She left a family - Henry Edwin Alford butcher Crown St, Surrey Hills NSW, Mary Ann JAHN wife of Conrad Ludwig August Jahn civil servant Norwood, Elizabeth Davis Alford infant under the age of 21, and Arthur George Alford infant under the age of 21. How was Mrs Alford Senr connected to the family of Samuel Davis farmer Glynde 1888 Application 21438

ALFORD, Henry formerly gentleman Adelaide 1845 but now publican Glynde 1874 Application 13313.

ALFORD, Henry gentleman Kent Town and Ellen Alford his wife 1877 Memorial 36/301

ALFORD, Henry the Younger publican Golden Rule, Pine St, Glynde 1878 Application 16997

ALFORD, Henry formerly licensed victualler Glynde but now gentleman Rundle St, Kent Town 1882 Memorial 119/338

ALFORD, Ellen widow Kent Town 1900 Application 24043

ALFORD, Ellen widow Kent Town, died 30/9/1908. Mother of William John POLLARD no description Memorial 60/460

No 1

ALFORD, Joseph wheelwright Woodside 1854 Memorial 379/71

ALFORD, Joseph, John and Matthew farmers near Woodside 1865 Memorials 14 & 15/204

No 1

ALFORD, Joseph William Gilbert farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

ALFORD, Joseph William Gilbert farmer Cavanagh Co Herbert 1884 Memorial 147/362

ALFORD, JWG auctioneer Petersburg 1892[-1893] Memorial 78/412

ALFORD, Joseph William Gilbert auctioneer formerly of Petersburg but now of Adelaide 1897 Memorial 200/432

No 1

ALFORD, Matthew farmer Woodside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 113 County Victoria

ALFORD, Matthew storekeeper Jamestown Co Victoria. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 5 County Dalhousie

ALFORD, Matthew farmer Hundred of Coglin Co Herbert 1888[-1890] Memorial 107/395

ALFORD, Matthew farmer Dawson Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 5 County Herbert

ALFORD, Mathew farmer Geranium. Hundred of Price land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 81 County Buccleuch

No 1

ALFRED, Richard farmer Adelaide, about to marry Mary HUXTABLE widow of Joseph Huxtable Gawler Plains. Her late husband’s farm in the Hundred of Munno Para to her in trust for life, and then to her children by Huxtable in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant 16/6/1866. If she died before the children reached 21 years, the children to have a guaranteed income from the property. John HARVEY gentleman and Joseph DUNN cordwainer both of Salisbury, to be the trustees Deposit 10/1905

ALFRED, Richard farmer Gawler Plains and Mary Alfred his wife formerly Mary HUXTABLE widow of the late Joseph Huxtable formerly farmer Gawler Plains but now deceased 1870 Memorial 210/244

ALGAR, AD clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 386/42

Clerk to Matthew SMITH solicitor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 436/53

No 1

ALGER, Edward Esquire Adelaide 1856 Memorial 225/108

ALGER, Edward Esquire Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 220/198

ALGER, Edward formerly Esquire 1864 but then postmaster Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15372, Application 15367

ALGER, Edward farmer Blakiston. Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1879 Grant Book 37 Page 230 County Hindmarsh

ALGER, Edward gentleman Blakiston 1880 Application 18773

ALGER, Edward gentleman Blakiston 1881 Application 18770.

ALGER, Edward Esquire Adelaide 1882 Memorial 17/340

ALGER, Edward gentleman Lower Mitcham 1886 Memorial 221/373

ALGER, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1897 Application 23481

ALGER, Edward gentleman North Adelaide 1898 Memorial 97/434

ALGER, Samuel blacksmith Pt Wakefield 1871[-1872] Memorial 133/257, Application 11876

No 1

ALGIE, James farmer Clare 1858 Memorial 23/148

ALGIE, James farmer Section 266 near Clare 1866 Memorial 176/215

ALGIE, James farmer Clare 1870 Application 11175

ALGIE, James farmer Troubridge Agricultural Area trustee unnamed school Hundred of Melville land grant 1871 Grant Book 19 Page 63 County Fergusson

ALI, James house agent Adelaide 1907 Memorial 86/458

ALIBRAND, Thomas blacksmith Adelaide 1855 Memorial 188/81

ALINGTON, George labourer Unley 1852 Memorial 171/41.

No 1

ALISON, John Esquire Reigate, Surrey, England, and Matilda Ann Jane Alison his wife, beneficiary under the will of the late John HECTOR Esquire Adelaide 1870 Application 10631

ALISON, John Esquire 90 Lancaster Gate, Middlesex and Matilda Ann Jane Alison formerly HECTOR, his wife, daughter of the late John Hector bank manager Adelaide, power of attorney to Edward James Hector of Valencia near Pt Pirie, to manage her property willed from her father 3/4/1883 Deposit 236/1883

No 1

ALKER, Samuel farmer Terowie trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 7 County Kimberley

ALKER, Samuel farmer near Canowie Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 54 County Victoria

ALKINS, John labourer Salisbury 1857[-1865] Memorial 245/116

No 1

ALLAN, Aeneas Morrison farmer Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 265/59

ALLAN, Aeneas Morrison gentleman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 256/168

ALLAN, Aeneas Morrison Esquire Adelaide 1860 Application 1057

ALLAN, Alexander commercial traveller Pt Lincoln 1912 Application 26128

No 1

ALLAN, Andrew farmer Allandale near Strathalbyn 1856[-1861] 1861 Memorial 48/176

ALLAN, Andrew farmer Kondoparinga 1857 Memorial 104/168

ALLAN, Andrew farmer Strathalbyn 1861 Application 2327

ALLAN, Andrew of Allandale near Strathalbyn 1861 Application 2117

ALLAN, Ann widow Strathalbyn 1883 Memorial 166/347

No 1

ALLAN, George draper Adelaide 1867 Memorial 18/220

No 2

ALLAN, George labourer Streaky Bay. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 66 Page 189 County Robinson

ALLAN, JA farmer Strathalbyn 1901 Application 24182

No 1

ALLAN, James miner Adelaide 1847 Memorial 372/8

No 2

ALLAN, James farmer Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 473/54

ALLAN, James and William farmers Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 297/83

ALLAN, James the Younger farmer Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 181/124

ALLAN, James farmer Allandale near Strathalbyn 1861 Application 2340

ALLAN, Ann widow Strathalbyn 1882 Application 26723

ALLAN, Ann widow Strathalbyn [relict of James Allan], died 17/4/1884 Application 26723

No 3

ALLAN, James licensed victualler Nairne 1877 Memorial 16/303

No 4

ALLAN, James JP machinist Snowtown 1887 Memorial 166/386

No 5

ALLAN, James teamster Cecilia Well near Oodnadatta, died 26/2/1901 Adelaide Memorial 9/443

ALLAN, Janet confectioner Adelaide 1877 Memorial 227/307

No 1

ALLAN, John Esquire Adelaide 1841 Memorial 320/4

ALLAN, John merchant formerly of Adelaide, but now of the Warranbayn, Pt Phillip District 1848 Enrolment 7/87

ALLAN, John merchant formerly of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 332/192

No 2

ALLAN, John farmer Currency Creek 1853 Memorial 85/51

ALLAN, John farmer formerly of Currency Creek but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 89/121

No 3

ALLAN, John sawyer New Tiers 1857[-1860] Enrolment 5/42

ALLAN, John publican Lobethal 1864 Memorial 86/199

ALLAN, John farmer Flaxman Valley 1867 Memorial 62/229

ALLAN, John farmer Eden Valley. 5-year lease of Sections 943 & 948 Hundred of South Rhine 131 acres for £40 a year to James HILL merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1868 Memorial 81/231

ALLAN, John formerly sawyer New Tiers 1857 but now farmer Eden Valley 1871 Application 11351

No 4

ALLAN, John and James farmers near Auburn 1865 Application 6094

No 5

ALLAN, John farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 80 County Fergusson

ALLAN, John Reid compositor Adelaide 1867 Memorial 16/221

ALLAN, Robert Harry shipping butcher Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14182

No 1

ALLAN, Thomas storekeeper Marden 1856 Memorial 69/113

No 2

ALLAN, Thomas gentleman Kent Town 1865 Application 6229

No 3

ALLAN, Thomas minister of the gospel Broken Hill NSW 1891 Memorial 246/410

No 1

ALLAN, William labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 327/36.

No 2 – perhaps the same person

ALLAN, William farmer Bremer Plains 1859 Application 279

ALLAN, William publican Coorong. Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1863 Grant Book 53 Page 4 County Russell

ALLAN, William yeoman Strathalbyn 1866[-1867] Memorial 250/212

ALLAN, William out of business Strathalbyn Meningie (Hundred of Bonney) township allotment land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 132 County Russell

ALLANSON, Rosalie of Cockburn 1900 Memorial 192/440

No 1

ALLANSON, Thomas carter Terowie Co Kimberley. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 164 County Not named

ALLANSON, Thomas carter Cockburn. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 65 Page 171 County Not named

ALLANSON, Thomas storekeeper Cockburn 1899 Memorial 2/439

ALLANSON, Thomas J engineer Pine Valley [probably in or near the Hundred of Schomburgk] 1885 Memorial 247/372

ALLANSON, Walter ironmonger Wallaroo Bay 1866 Memorial 18/212

ALLARD, George railway employee Willunga 1924[-1927] Memorial 25/491, Application 27632

ALLARTON, Edward sheep farmer Mt Allarton 1865 Memorial 68/207

ALLAWAY, RT of Wooltana 1876 Memorial 119/295

ALLBAHN, Charles fishmonger Adelaide (Hindley St) 1884 Memorial 246/362

ALLBRIGHT, Henry Arthur farmer Chain of Ponds. Sunning Hill Methodist Church [pt Section 6032 Hundred of Para Wirra] trustee 1915 Memorial 106/473

No 1

ALLCHIN, Christopher Wood cabinetmaker Adelaide 1845[-1854] Memorial 486/4

ALLCHIN, Christopher Wood licensed victualler Adelaide 1851 Memorial 473/29

ALLCHIN, Christopher Wood licensed victualler World's End Inn Magill 1854 Memorial 444/71

ALLCHIN, Christopher Wood farmer Section 4049 Hundred of Onkaparinga Balhannah 1856[-1857] Memorial 157/107

ALLCHIN, Christopher Wood farmer Balhannah sold his farm to William GRASBY storekeeper Adelaide (Angas St) for £270 in 1858 Memorial 80/45

ALLCHURCH, Douglas farmer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1925 Grant Book 14 Page 290 County Daly

No 1

ALLCHURCH, Henry blacksmith Pt Broughton Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

ALLCHURCH, Henry machinist Pt Broughton Pt Broughton township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

ALLCHURCH, Henry machinist Pt Broughton. Trustee Cemetery Pt Broughton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 267 County Daly

ALLCHURCH, Henry farmer Pt Broughton 1900 Memorial 217/440

No 2

ALLCHURCH, Henry company director St Georges and Lucy Jane Allchurch his wife 1940 Memorial 24/515

ALLDER, Charles sawyer Bowden 1854[-1856] Memorial 270/71

ALLEN, AH and George Allen farmer Kainton 1889 Memorial 167/396

ALLEN, Albert George and WAY, Charles Alfred builders Collinswood 1941 Application 28212

ALLEN, Albert T clerk Gawler 1892 Memorial 145/415

ALLEN, Alfred James company director 155 North-East Road, North Walkerville 1943 Memorial 71/517

ALLEN, Alfred John agent Kooringa 1932 Memorial 176/505

ALLEN, Alfred Llewellyn Federal civil servant Mitcham 1913 Memorial 43/468

ALLEN , Annie widow formerly of Pinnaroo but now of Hindley St, Adelaide linked with Christina EICKE married woman Hindley St, Adelaide 1913 Memorial 133/469

No 1 – formerly in Co Stanley where John Green, the founder of Greens Plains, also had been

ALLEN, Arthur labourer Greens Plains East. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 332 County Daly

ALLEN, Arthur Henry farmer Copper Hill. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1914 Grant Book 14 Page 402 County Daly

ALLEN, Emma married woman Copperhill [Mrs AH Allen nee Emma GOSS]. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 142 County Daly

ALLEN, Catherine widow licensed victualler Adelaide (King William St) 1851[-1853] [Did she remarry to HMOF BLAKE?] Memorial 52/49

ALLEN, Charles William of Ackland St, Adelaide 1855 Memorial 88/94

ALLEN, David farmer Currency Creek 1856[-1866] Memorial 127/112

ALLEN, Edward factory manager Adelaide 1877 Memorial 172/303

ALLEN, Edward Benfield of Boolcunda 1885 Memorial 48/371

ALLEN, Edward St Barbe clerk Wallaroo Mines 1861 Memorial 113/180

ALLEN, Emma spinster Adelaide 1847 Memorial 259/9.

ALLEN, Francis the Elder storekeeper Adelaide (Gouger St) 1865 Memorial 45/209

ALLEN, Frank caretaker Beulah Road, Norwood 1913 Memorial 99/469

ALLEN, Frederick farmer Mundoora 1884[-1885] Memorial 32/363

ALLEN, Frederick George civil servant 10 Ettrick Ave, Medindie 1948 Memorial 84/523

No 1

ALLEN, Frederick William innkeeper Adelaide (Currie St), probably a brother to Sarah Allen spinster, pt Section 301 District B, ‘upon the consideration of marriage and as regards the issue upon the oral duty of the father to provide for his children’. She was about to marry Charles William STUART Esquire Section 301 near Adelaide 1842 Memorial 375/1

No 2

ALLEN, Frederick William draper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 186/60

No 3

ALLEN, Frederick William police trooper Robe 1874 Application 13246

No 1

ALLEN, George labourer Goolwa 1882 Memorial 170/344

ALLEN, George labourer formerly of Goolwa but now of Currency Creek 1924 Memorial 169/490

No 1

ALLEN, George Massy gentleman Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 142/142

Gentleman Glen Allen, Mt Barker 1857[-1858] Memorial 28/124

ALLEN, George gentleman Adelaide [Likely to be George Massey Allen] 1858 Memorial 99/149

ALLEN, George Massey publican Northern Star Kapunda 1861 Memorial 193/198

ALLEN, George Massey newspaper proprietor Kapunda 1864 Memorial 196/198

ALLEN, George Massey gentleman Garryowen near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 20/203

ALLEN, George Massey gentleman Adelaide purchased an assigned lease of the Alexandra Hotel Rundle St, Adelaide, for £300, 'to insure the premises and make the premises into tenantable condition and to expend not less than £100 thereon forthwith; also to bind yourself to keep the house licensed as an inn and not to underlet the said premises without my consent' (CE TIDEMANN agent and auctioneer Adelaide) 1870 Memorial 104/253

ALLEN, Guy, Samuel and Thomas farmers near Goolwa 1878 Memorial 90/313

No 1

ALLEN, Henry and James coach proprietors Nairne, trading under the style or firm of Allan Brothers 1875 Memorial 233/295

ALLEN, Henry Sampson carrier Nairne 1878 Application 17021.

ALLEN, Jane widow Nairne 1882 Memorial 162/341

ALLEN, Jane 42 widow Parkside [relict of the late HS Allen formerly carrier Nairne but now deceased], daughter of James Shakes Senr of Nairne remarried to Eduard Otto STREMPEL 22 bachelor school teacher Adelaide, son of Wilhelm August Strempel, on 1/7/1890 Flinders St Baptist Church, Adelaide. Minister: Rev'd Silas Mead. Witnesses: Lizzie Parsons of Eastwood and Charles A Parsons accountant Eastwood. The Strempels lived in Knightsbridge in 1897 Application 23450

ALLEN, Henry Thomas farmer Boolcunda 1889 Memorial 116/396

No 1

ALLEN, Herbert chaff merchant Willunga 1929 Memorial 171/502

ALLEN, Herbert retired farmer Willunga, died 12/1/1949. Husband of Çaroline Allen. Father of Bessie Jean BAGSTER, Ruby Maude Allen, Kathleen OLIVER (probably wife of Robert William Oliver vigneron McLaren Vale), Marguerite Rose MCCALLUM. Grandfather of Herbert John Oliver Memorial 23/525

ALLEN, Herbert farmer Willunga, died 12/1/1949. Husband of Caroline Allen. Father of Ruby Maude Allen spinster Willunga Memorial 40/531

ALLEN, Horace H tent maker Adelaide 1882 Memorial 98/343

ALLEN, Hurtle farmer Willunga 1891 Memorial 11/411

ALLEN, Hurtle Howell salesman Glenelg 1943 Memorial 157/517

No 1

ALLEN, Jacob farmer near Strathalbyn 1895 Memorial 152/423

ALLEN, Jacob farmer Strathalbyn 1900 Application 24077

No 1

ALLEN, James of Adelaide 1838 miner Adelaide by 1848 Application 20712

No 2

ALLEN, James chemist and druggist Adelaide 1840[-1862] Applications 20950 & 3741.

ALLEN, James chemist and druggist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854[-1875] Memorial 208/65 & Application 14523

ALLEN, James chemist Unley 1863 Memorial 109/191

ALLEN, James usually of Unley, but presently of Kent Villa 83 Finchley Road, Middlesex, England [1880 where he made his will], died c1881. He left his home at Unley for his wife, Harriet Allen, to live in for the rest of her life. His daughters, Catherine Allen, Emma Allen and Lavinia Allen, to inherit the rest of the estate, provided they paid their mother, Harriet Allen, £200 a year for life and the testator's step-mother, Martha Millicent Allen, £25 a year for life Memorial 176/336

No 3

ALLEN, James farmer Strathalbyn 1852[-1853] Memorial 348/44, Application 3583

No 4

ALLEN, James the Younger ironmonger Adelaide 1855 Memorial 304/95

No 5

ALLEN, James and John farmers Upper Wakefield 1858 Memorial 189/133

No 6

ALLEN, James stockholder Mt Gambier 1858 Application 14055

ALLEN, James stockholder Mt Gambier had died date not stated. His executors, Thomas DICK and Frederick HALL, had emigrated to Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand, by 1875 Application 14055

No 7

ALLEN, James carrier Nairne 1870 Application 11142.

ALLEN, James publican Nairne 1878 Application 17021

No 8

No 1 – perhaps the same person

ALLEN, James farmer Kalkabury. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 412 County Daly

ALLEN, James farmer Boors Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 231 County Daly

ALLEN, James the Elder farmer Boors Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grants 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 234 County Daly

ALLEN, James farmer Boors Plains 1899 Memorial 90/439

ALLEN, James farmer Kalkabury, had died by 1911. Clara Allen widow Arthurton inherited his estate Grant Book 14 Page 283 County Daly

No 9

ALLEN, James of Clarendon, minister of the gospel Superintendent of the Circuit; Wesleyan Methodist Church Kangarilla 1878 Application 16596

ALLEN, James Wesleyan minister Mt Barker 1881 Application 18367

No 10

ALLEN, James labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Tiparra land grants 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 417 County Daly

No 9

ALLEN, James teamster near Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 70 County Daly

No 9

ALLEN, James farmer near Moonta 1885 Memorial 24/369

No 10

ALLEN, James of Crystal Brook 1887 Memorial 34/387

No 11

No 12

ALLEN, James grazier Yambuck Vic 1900 Memorial 90/440

ALLEN, James A postmaster Currency Creek 1868 Memorial 166/235

No 1

ALLEN, Jesse miller and stone dresser Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 299/203

ALLEN, Jesse miller Le Fevre Peninsula 1866 Application 7864.

ALLEN, Jesse miller Le Fevre Peninsula 1870 Memorial 21/250

ALLEN, Jesse miller and stone dresser Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20212

ALLEN, Jesse miller Exeter 1888 Application 21411

No 2

ALLEN, Jesse tinsmith Le Fevre Peninsula 1883 Application 20033

ALLEN, Job blacksmith Strathalbyn 1891 Memorial 111/409

No 1 - appears to be the same person but difficult to reconcile occupations

ALLEN, John blacksmith Gawler 1852[-1857] Memorial 30/39

Oddfellow’s Lodge member 1857 Enrolment 61/39

ALLEN, John labourer Gawler 1864 Application 4856

ALLEN, John machinist Gawler 1867 Memorial 243/232

ALLEN, John labourer Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1867 Memorial 54/218

ALLEN, John machinist Gawler and Mary Ann Allen his wife formerly Mary Ann ROSCROW [probably the daughter of William Roscrow?] 1874[-1879] Memorial 16/277

ALLEN, John machinist Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

ALLEN, John retired machinist Gawler 1889 Memorial 27/397

ALLEN, John retired blacksmith Gawler 1888 Application 21389.

ALLEN, John machinist Gawler River 1889 Application 21669.

ALLEN, John retired machinist Gawler, died 1/8/1894 Application 23524

No 2 - possibly a brother to Sarah nee Allen therefore son of Thomas Allen, but emigration not yet found

ALLEN, John licensed victualler Mt Remarkable 1863 Memorial 277/189

ALLEN, John licensed victualler Mt Remarkable 1863. He was a new trustee for the marriage settlement of Sarah Allen who had married Charles William STUART gentleman Glen Stuart near Adelaide in c1845. Part of the Section had been planted with a garden and vineyard which Edward Fremantle TITT leased for 7 years from 1853 Application 4467

No 3

ALLEN, John farmer Willunga 1866[-1884] Memorial 108/219

ALLEN, John farmer Willunga 1882 Application 19292

ALLEN, John farmer Willunga 1903 Application 24692

ALLEN, John farmer Willunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1915[-1916] Grant Book 2 Page 103 County Adelaide

ALLEN, John farmer Willunga, died 2/3/1917. Husband of Jane Allen, who died 17/11/1923. Father of Herbert Allen (who died 12/1/1949). Executors; Herbert Allen farmer Willunga and George James WARE hotelkeeper Adelaide Memorial 122/489

No 4 - perhaps the same person

ALLEN, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1856 Memorial 96/97

ALLEN, John and James farmers Auburn 1868 Application 9001

ALLEN, John farmer near Auburn 1888 Memorial 219/389

No 5 - son of the late James Allen; native born

ALLEN, John formerly of Mundowdna Station but now licensed victualler Adelaide 1888 linked with Stephen Allen drover Adelaide and Thomas Allen saddler Parkside probably sons of the late Mary Ann RICHARDS formerly Allen formerly licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St) now deceased who died intestate 1888 Memorial 132/392

No 6

ALLEN, John labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 138/27.

No 7

ALLEN, John sheep farmer Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 103/66

ALLEN, John farmer Yankalilla 1860. He could not write Application 1406

No 8

ALLEN, John sheep farmer Tatiara Country 1855 Memorial 402/97

No 9 - confusion in farm nomenclature but apparently the same person; were there two farms named Flatfield?

ALLEN, John farmer Summerhill Pt Elliot [a leasehold farm] 1858 Memorial 219/141

ALLEN, John farmer Goolwa 1860 Application 2012

ALLEN, John farmer Flatfield near Goolwa 1862[-1866] Application 3347

ALLEN, John farmer formerly of Middleton but now of Flatfield near Pt Elliot 1867 Application 8768

No 10

ALLEN, John farmer Saddleworth 1858 Memorial 174/140

No 11

ALLEN, John ginger beer manufacturer Mt Gambier, died 1868 Memorial 183/235

No 12

ALLEN, John farmer Willunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1915[-1916] Grant Book 2 Page 103 County Adelaide

ALLEN, John Arthur storekeeper Aldinga 1863 Memorial 267/188

No 1

ALLEN, John Henry bootmaker Adelaide (Morphett St) 1849[-1851] Memorial 339/15

ALLEN, John Henry bootmaker Adelaide 1862 Memorial 138/181

ALLEN, John Reid compositor Norwood 1869 Memorial 81/246

ALLEN, John Southwell Osborn of Adelaide, Secretary to the Albert District No 83 Independent Order of Rechabites Salford Unity 1905[-1907] Applications 24971, 25315

No 1

ALLEN, John Thomas of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 429/26

ALLEN, John Thomas of North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 65/34

ALLEN, John Thomas [formerly miner North Adelaide but then] labourer Gilberton 1855[-1861] Memorial 159/80

ALLEN, John Thomas yeoman Gilberton 1861[-1866] Memorial 275/177

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ALLEN, John Thomas farmer Cape Jervis 1881 Memorial 119/336

ALLEN, John Thomas farmer Cape Jervis Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 439 County Fergusson

No 1

ALLEN, John William farmer Kapunda. Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1865 Grant Book 44 Page 88 County Light

ALLEN, John William farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 95 County Stanley

ALLEN, John William farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 360 County Victoria

No 1

ALLEN, Joseph miller Adelaide (Currie St) 1852[-1855] Memorial 302/39

No 2

ALLEN, Joseph the Younger tentmaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 213/92

ALLEN, Joseph tent manufacturer Adelaide 1860 Memorial 105/163

No 3

ALLEN, Joseph ironmonger Adelaide 1863 Application 4688

No 1

ALLEN, Joseph Weaver gentleman Adelaide, about to depart the province, power of attorney to his brother Thomas Henry Allen, to dispose of his interest which the brothers had as tenants-in-common in Lot 36, South Richmond 14/9/1842 Deposit 342/OA

ALLEN, Joseph Weaver gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1841 but now of Hobart Town VDL 1843 Memorials 135/44, 146/44

ALLEN, Joseph Wymark auctioneer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 428/84

ALLEN, Julian Edward labourer Kingston S-E 1912 Memorial 158/467

No 1

ALLEN, Lavinia spinster Unley, about to leave SA for a time, power of attorney to Alfred Muller SIMPSON manufacturer Grenfell St, Adelaide, to manage her SA estate 18/5/1885 Deposit 11/1888

ALLEN, Lavinia spinster Unley 1897 Memorial 94/432

No 1

ALLEN, Mary widow Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 11/6/1929. Mother of Arthur John Allen agent Kooringa and Nellie Allen spinster. Other children mentioned but not named. Executor; Stanley Monteith LANE saddler Kooringa Memorial 18/506

ALLEN, Mary widow Burra, aged 74 in 1925, died 11/6/1929. Linked with Arthur John Allen agent Burra Application 29007

ALLEN, Mary Ann spinster Hamilton on the Light 1868 Memorial 125/229

ALLEN, Mary Jane wife of John Fursdon Allen miner of the Ovens River Vic, daughter of the late Joseph MADDEFORD 1861. Linked with Mrs Jane Lamont Maddeford wife of Joseph Henry Maddeford mail driver Adelaide 1861 Application 2320

ALLEN, Newton baker Goodwood Road, Edwardstown East. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ALLEN, Peter labourer Adelaide 1849[-1855] Memorial 72/19

ALLEN, Peter gentleman Adelaide (West Tce) 1853 Memorial 277/63

ALLEN, Peter licensed victualler Adelaide (Sir John Franklin Franklin St) 1855[-1857] Memorial 122/101

No 2

ALLEN, Peter labourer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1875 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

No 3

ALLEN, Peter farmer Ninnes. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 250 County Daly

ALLEN, Reuben blocker Waikerie. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 113 County Albert

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ALLEN, Richard carpenter Paringa Mine 1849. He bought land near Nairne from John HILLMAN farmer Nairne Memorial 179/19

ALLEN, Richard of Kanmantoo 1850 Memorial 125/28

ALLEN, Richard wheelwright Nairne 1865 Application 6126

No 2 - perhaps the same person

ALLEN, Richard storekeeper Bald Hills, Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 156/100

ALLEN, Richard storekeeper Yankalilla 1863 Memorial 342/187

ALLEN, Richard merchant Mt Gambier and Margaret Allen his wife 1889 Memorial 91/398

No 1

ALLEN, Richard the Younger shipping agent Pt Victor 1871[-1873] Memorial 214/253

ALLEN, Richard the Younger agent New Glenelg Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 69 County Not named

ALLEN, Richard the Younger agent Adelaide 1879[-1883] Memorial 23/319

ALLEN, Richard the Younger railway manager Adelaide 1882[-1883] Memorial 234/346

ALLEN, Robert Harry butcher Pt Adelaide 1852[-1890] Memorial 63/44, Applications 4476, 19411, 20208

No 1

ALLEN, Robert Peter hotel keeper Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 75 County Chandos

ALLEN, Robert Peter publican Pinnaroo trustee Pinnaroo Institute 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 77 County Chandos

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ALLEN, Samuel hairdresser Adelaide (Rundle St) 1855 Memorial 469/80

ALLEN, Samuel hairdresser Adelaide (King William St) 1860 Memorial 254/168

ALLEN, Samuel agent Adelaide 1876 Memorial 131/287

ALLEN, Samuel land agent Adelaide 1876 Memorial 112/294

ALLEN, Samuel secretary to the Imperial Permanent Building & Investment Society Adelaide 1877 Memorial 244/298

No 2

ALLEN, Samuel farmer The Grange and Lydia Allen his wife 1891 Application 22167

ALLEN, Sarah spinster Adelaide 1842 Memorial 375/1

ALLEN, Sarah widow Currency Creek 1878 Memorial 148/310

ALLEN, Sarah Jane widow Murray Bridge Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 218 County Sturt

No 1

ALLEN, Stephen Pilcher farmer Hackham 1874[-1881] Memorial 172/274

ALLEN, Stephen Pilcher farmer Merriton trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 376 County Daly

No 1

ALLEN, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 21555

ALLEN, Thomas carpenter now or late of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 51/50

No 2

ALLEN, Thomas licensed victualler Payneham 1849[-1852] Memorial 45/14

ALLEN, Thomas yeoman Payneham 1853 Memorial 430/50

ALLEN, Thomas licensed victualler Duke of Wellington Inn Payneham 1857 Memorial 54/131

ALLEN, Thomas formerly licensed victualler Adelaide 1853 later Payneham but now gentleman Kent Town 1867 Application 8084

No 3

ALLEN, Thomas labourer Gawler 1864 Memorial 239/192

No 4

ALLEN, Thomas Bible Christian minister Kapunda 1864 Memorial 315/193

ALLEN, Thomas Bible Christian minister Moonta 1870 Memorial 76/244

No 5

ALLEN, Thomas farmer near Pt Elliot 1868 Application 9561

ALLEN, Thomas, Samuel and Guy farmers Flatfield, near Goolwa 1878  Application 16680

No 6

ALLEN, Thomas miner formerly of Bowden but now of Broken Hill NSW 1910. Son of William Allen railway guard Bowden, who died 9/2/1896 Application 26457

No 1

ALLEN, Thomas Henry and Joseph Weaver Allen of Adelaide 1841 Memorial 135/44

ALLEN, Thomas Henry and Joseph Weaver gentlemen brothers Adelaide 1841. By 1843, Joseph Weaver Allen had moved to Hobart VDL Application 17405

No 2

ALLEN, Thomas Henry bootmaker Strathalbyn 1854[-1857] Memorial 32/65

Strathalbyn & Macclesfield Land, Building and Investment Society member 1856 Memorial 333/102

ALLEN, Thomas Henry bootmaker and innkeeper Strathalbyn 1859 Application 521

ALLEN, Vivian commercial traveller 29 Opey Ave, Hyde Park 1925[-1929] Memorial 9/494, Application 27764

No 1

ALLEN, William Esquire Buckland Park Pt Gawler 1845[-1855] Memorial 333/4

ALLEN, William Esquire formerly of Buckland Park but now of Adelaide Jan 1856 Memorial 335/96

ALLEN, William Esquire Adelaide, died 16/10/1856 Memorial 10/195

No 2

ALLEN, William labourer Tanunda 1851 Memorial 388/36.

ALLEN, William formerly labourer Tanunda but now miller Angaston 1854 Memorial 326/80

ALLEN, William miller Penrice 1855 Memorial 180/90

ALLEN, William miller Nuriootpa 1861 Application 2328

ALLEN, William miller Nuriootpa 1867[-1869] Memorial 41/225

No 3

ALLEN, William storekeeper Mt Gambier 1857 Memorial 298/119

No 3

ALLEN, William and ALLEN, Thomas farmers New Tiers 1863 Application 4612

No 3

ALLEN, William tailor Littlehampton 1863 Application 4741

ALLEN, William tailor Gawler 1878 Application 16817

ALLEN, William railway guard Bowden 1865 Memorial 173/203

ALLEN, William railway crossing keeper Bowden 1884 Application 20257

ALLEN, William railway guard Bowden, died 9/2/1896. Probably his son, Thomas Allen miner formerly of Bowden but now of Broken Hill NSW who inherited W Allen's estate 1913 Memorial 2/470

No 4

ALLEN, William police constable Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 79/243

ALLEN, William police constable Adelaide 1872 Memorial 115/257

No 5

ALLEN, William gentleman Adelaide (Wright St), died 17/8/1880, His widow, Maria Elizabeth Wallace Allen, was 35 in 1883 Memorials 137/348 & 111/405

ALLEN, William gentleman Adelaide (Wright St), died before 1894. Executors: Ernest Albert BROADBENT clerk and Henry Broadbent storeman both of Wright St, Adelaide Memorial 88/423

No 5

ALLEN, William bank messenger Adelaide 1883 Memorial 103/354

ALLEN, William Henry draper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 186/60

ALLEN, William Thomas farmer Auburn 1919 Memorial 81/479, Application 26828

No 1

ALLEN, William W clerk to William DEARMAN solicitor Adelaide 1887[-1893] Memorial 209/385

ALLEN, William Woon solicitor's clerk Adelaide 1894 Application 22655

ALLEN, William W clerk to CW HAYWARD solicitor Adelaide 1902 Memorial 157/446

ALLEN, Will W broker's clerk Adelaide 1909 Memorial 54/461

ALLENGAME, Henry George railway employee Coonalpyn. Hundred of Coneybeer land grant 1905 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

ALLEYN, John farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1891 Grant Book 31 Page 233 County Grey

No 1

ALLCHIN, Christopher Wood licensed victualler Adelaide (Currie St) 1851 Memorial 444/71

ALLCHIN, Christopher Wood licensed victualler [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Magill 1854 Memorial 444/71

ALLCHIN, Christopher Wood farmer Balhannah 1856[-1858] Memorial 157/107

ALLDER, Charles sawyer Bowden 1854[-1856] Memorial 270/71

ALLERDING, Francis William mason Adelaide 1858 Memorial 253/140

ALLERT, Fanny married woman Stepney 1944 Application 28368

ALLERT, George Friedrich farmer Light Pass 1856 Memorial 252/108

ALLERT, HG grocer Moonta 1870 Memorial 76/244

ALLERT, Jacob schoolmaster The Duck Ponds near Angaston 1864 Application 5681

ALLERT, Johann Rudolph printer Adelaide 1882 Application 19268

ALLERT, JSO accountant Adelaide 1901 Memorial 211/443

No 1 - probably the same person; mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ALLEYN, Francis miner Mt Barker 1847 Land grant Section 3835 Hundred of Macclesfield Memorial 164/8

ALLEYN, Francis farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 332/48

ALLEYN, Francis [the Elder] farmer Balhannah 1853 Memorial 297/49

ALLEYN, Francis [the Elder] yeoman Adelaide (Gouger St) 1854 Memorial 283/72

ALLEYN, Francis formerly of the Mt Barker District but now storekeeper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 349/133

ALLEYN, Francis the Elder storekeeper Adelaide linked with Francis Alleyn the Younger dealer Adelaide 1862 Memorial 158/182

ALLEYN, Francis the Elder and Sarah Alleyn his wife linked with Francis Alleyn the Younger all of Gouger St, Adelaide. Francis Alleyn the Elder must have married twice, as Francis Alleyn the Younger is mentioned as a half-brother to James Alleyn and Sarah Ann Alleyn no description 1866 Memorial 68/258

ALLEYN, Francis the Elder owned a shop with two cottages in Norman St off Wright St, Adelaide (Pt TA 481). He also held the lease of a shop and house in Gouger St from his son, Francis Alleyn the Younger [who had assumed ownership when his father had got into financial difficulties in 1862]. After Francis Alleyn the Elder had died, his wife, Sarah Alleyn, had a life interest in the Norman St shop and control during the remainder of the term of the leased shop in Gouger St. When Mrs Alleyn died, Francis Alleyn the Elder's daughter, Sarah Ann Alleyn, to inherit the Norman St shop and cottages absolutely in remainder expectant. The testator's children, James Alleyn and Sarah Ann Alleyn, also to inherit money at the time of their father's death. Sons John and William Alleyn by the testator's former marriage to inherit one guinea each. Francis Alleyn the Younger to have no benefit by his father's will. The Superintendent Minister of the Pirie St Wesleyan Chapel at the time to adjudicate if the executors and trustees, William Green COOMBS saddler Adelaide (Hindley St) and William A CAWTHORNE of Morphett St Adelaide, could not agree over the settlement of the estate, 'whose decision shall be final'. Memorial 69/258

ALLEYN, John gentleman Adelaide 1842[-1843] Memorial 408/55

ALLEYN, William Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1844 Memorial 330/3

ALLINGAME, HG gardener Paris Creek near Strathalbyn 1888 Application 21358

ALLINGAME, Henry George railway employee formerly of Jamestown but now of Tailem Bend 1912 Application 26149

No 1

ALLINGAME, James farmer Finniss River 1857[-1859] Memorial 130/122

ALLINGAME, James farmer formerly of the Finniss River 1857 now of Sheaoak Hill Mt Magnificent 1865 Application 5969

ALLINGAME, Joseph Stephen farm labourer Riverton 1926 Memorial 197/494

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ALLINGTON, George labourer Unley 1852 Memorial 97/42.

ALLINGTON, George farmer Newton 1853[-1861] Memorial 102/50

ALLINGTON, James Joseph nurseryman Salisbury 1913[-1913] Memorial 5/470, Application 28124

ALLINSON, HE clerk to Mr INGLEBY solicitor Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 215/334

ALLISON, Albert John farmer Ardrossan 1893 Memorial 17/417

ALLISON, Arthur Noel textile manufacturer Salisbury 1949 Application 28676

No 1

ALLISON, James theatrical manager Adelaide, power of attorney to Arthur CHAPMAN accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA estate 12/12/1878. On 4/1/1882, as a theatrical lessee, he appointed William Frederick STOCK solicitor Adelaide as his attorney Deposits 23/1882 and 46/1882.

ALLISON, James theatrical agent Adelaide 1881 Memorial 186/336

ALLISON, James theatrical agent Adelaide Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 9 County Fergusson

No 1

ALLISON, James William of Chapel St, Norwood, a tenant of Owen SULLIVAN shoemaker Norwood 1851 Application 12477

ALLISON, James William police clerk Adelaide 1859[-1876] Memorial 239/148

ALLISON, James William chemist Unley 1885 Memorial 247/366

No 1

ALLISON, William veterinary surgeon Wingate Lane, Thornley, Co Durham, England. Appointed Anthony FORSTER to act as his attorney from 1861 until he left the colony; then Joseph FISHER Esquire Adelaide, from 23/3/1865 Deposit 205/1865

No 2

ALLISON, William storeman Gawler 1865[-1876] Memorial 218/204

No 1

ALLISON, William Ruler carpenter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 50/17

ALLISON, William Ruler builder Tea Tree Gully 1855[-1860] Memorial 387/90

ALLISON, William Ruler builder [formerly of Tea Tree Gully but now of] Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 2/247

No 1

ALLMAN, John blacksmith Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 171/160

No 2

ALLMAN, John agent South Rhine 1869 Memorial 142/239

ALLMAN, William teacher Lacepede Bay 1870 Memorial 132/248

ALLMOND, Kate widow Magill 1906 Application 25334

ALLMOND, Sydney Clarence gardener Summertown 1928[-1930] Memorial 59/500, Application 27792

No 1 - probably the same person

ALLNUT, Ernest merchant Woodville 1897 Memorial 245/432

ALLNUTT, Ernest merchant Walkerville 1922 Memorial 122/485

No 1 - probably the same person

ALLNUT, Samuel Lea stockholder Narracoorte 1881 Memorial 49/330

ALLNUT, Samuel Lea sheepfarmer Drysdale Vic 1889 Memorial 136/399

No 1

ALLNUT, Samuel Melme farmer Brighton 1855 Memorial 418/86

ALLNUT, Samuel Nelme farmer Talunga 1855 Memorial 417/86

ALLNUT, Samuel Nelme farmer Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 250/111

ALLNUTT, Samuel Nelme farmer formerly of Brighton 1855 but now of Mt Torrens 1875 Application 14373

No 1

ALLNUT, William Esquire surgeon Westbury Tasmania, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN and Charles Burton HARDY solicitors 62 King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 19/7/1880 Deposit 152/1880

ALLNUT, William surgeon Westbury Tas 1885 Memorial 180/372

No 1

ALLOM, William Carey barman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 293/15

Farmer Kerconda 1854 Memorial 198/70

ALLOM, William Carey gentleman Melbourne Vic 1854 Linked with William Jamieson Allom gentleman Adelaide Memorial 438/78

ALLOM, William Carey gentleman Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to William Jamieson ALLOM gentleman Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate 2/11/1854 Deposit 222/OA

No 1

ALLOTT, William Dixon chemist Adelaide 1867 Memorial 60/224

ALLOTT, William Dixon Esquire Adelaide 1875 Memorial 140/281

ALLOTT, William Dixon chemist Rundle St, Adelaide 1880 Application 18049

ALLPORT, Charles Henry farmer Cleve Franklin Harbour trustee Institute Cleve Cleve (Hundred of Yadnarie) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 39 Page 89 County Jervois

ALLPORT, Henry farmer Cleve Hundred of Yadnarrie near Franklin Harbour, died 28/5/1889 intestate. Husband of Susan Allport. Estate worth £300 Memorial 142/405

ALLPORT, Joseph solicitor Hobart Van Diemen's Land 1854 Memorial 464/61

No 1

ALLPRESS, Hugh Everett baker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 453/38.

ALLPRESS, Hugh Everett baker formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1864 Memorial 23/203.

No 1

ALLSOP, Thomas labourer Bowden 1857 Memorial 181/161

ALLSOP, Thomas labourer formerly of Bowden 1857 late of Brompton now residing elsewhere 1866. He could not write. His attorney, William DEARMAN of Adelaide sold his real estate Application 7895

ALLT Brothers & Co of 24 Wormwood St and 38 New Broad St, London, Middlesex, power of attorney to Samuel Harris of Second St, Brompton, to secure payment for wines shipped to Adelaide per Star of Erin, against the account of Edmund W Wright of Queen’s Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide, who had become a bankrupt 21/6/1888 Deposit 117/1888

No 1

ALLWOOD, Robert Clerk in Holy Orders Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Charles Burton NEWENHAM gentleman Adelaide, to mortgage or sell certain lands at Encounter Bay 18/12/1848 Enrolment 15/11

ALLWOOD, Robert Clerk in Holy Orders formerly of Clifton, near Bristol, England, but now of Sydney NSW 1854 Memorial 61/72

ALLWORDEN, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Saracen’s Head Carrington St) 1884 Memorial 77/362

ALLWORK, Frank medical practitioner Riverton 1898[-1900] Memorial 219/433

ALMERS, August Christian Carl builder Adelaide 1882 Memorial 190/341

No 1

ALMERS, Louis farmer Tanunda 1848 Memorial 380/11 Butcher Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 86/24.

ALMERS, Louis gentleman Bay Road 1854 Memorial 262/82

ALMERS, Louis formerly farmer Tanunda 1848 but now butcher Adelaide 1863 Application 4410

ALMERS, Louis yeoman Bay Road 1854, died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Alwine Almers Memorial 190/207

ALMOND, Augustus Robert labourer Stroud St, Cheltenham 1906 Application 25244

ALMOND, Peter of Woodville had an interest in Section 56 Hundred of Menzies Co Carnarvon 1887 Memorial 35/389

ALMOND, Walton Askew out of business Semaphore and Abigail Sarah Almond his wife publican Supreme Court Hotel, Gouger St, Adelaide 1922 Memorial 191/484

ALSOP, John Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 135/48

No 1 - probably a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ALSTON, George accountant Adelaide 1839 Application 4757

ALSTON, George farmer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 180/2

ALSTON, George gentleman Adelaide, and Agnes Alston his wife 1850 Memorial 418/26.

ALSTON, George farmer Gumeracha 1851[-1853] Memorial 193/37.

ALSTON, George the Younger cattle dealer Adelaide 1865 Memorial 178/202

ALSTON, George the Younger cattle dealer Glenelg Road 1865 Memorial 124/203

ALSTON, George the Younger and David Grant GOSSE gentleman Adelaide owned the Wentworth Boiling Down Works in NSW 1869 Memorial 218/236

ALSTON, G the Younger agent Blakiston 1885 Memorial 22/365

ALSTON, HA security clerk to the Bank of New South Wales Adelaide branch 1926 Memorial 69/496

ALTHORP, Frank Strict Baptist minister Hindmarsh also minister of the Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel 1914 Memorial 72/470

ALTHORP, Fred Ernest bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1921 Memorial 115/484

No 1

ALTMANN, Adolph farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 189/16.

ALTMANN, Adolph farmer Rowlands Flat 1857 Memorial 230/124

ALTMANN, Dorothea Luise spinster Rowlands Flat, executrix of the will of Adolph Altmann farmer Rowlands Flat 1893 Application 22534

ALTMANN, August farmer Hahndorf 1854 Hundred of Moorooroo land grant Memorial 288/62

ALTMANN, CA JP of Pt Lincoln 1892 Memorial 4/414

ALTMANN, Carl Hermann sharefarmed with Peter MCMARTIN the Elder Section 39 Hundred of Willochra. CH Altmann 'supplies all labour and implements required for putting in and taking off the crop' … P McMartin 'supplies seed wheat required to crop two thirds of the land yearly' 1890 Memorial 168/402

ALTMANN, Ernst farmer near Melrose Hundred of Gregory land grant 1884 Grant Book 23 Page 103 County Frome

No 1

ALTMANN, Ferdinand labourer Hahndorf 1867 Application 8501

No 1

ALTMANN, Ferdinand Alfred farmer Balhannah. Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

ALTMANN, Ferdinand Alfred farmer Balhannah. Trustee St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1932 Application 27837

ALTMANN, Franz Wilhelm saddler Sheaoak Log 1892 Application 22371

No 1

ALTMANN, Friedrich August joiner Lobethal 1850 Memorial 454/27

ALTMANN, Friedrich August cabinetmaker Lobethal 1868[-1869]. Enrolment 91/49

ALTMANN, Gottlieb labourer Saddleworth 1868 Application 9451

ALTMANN, Gustav farmer Quorn 1897[-1901] Memorial 102/430

No 1

ALTMANN, Johann August farmer Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 37/60

ALTMANN, Johann August farmer Hahndorf 1853[-1860] Memorial 49/60

No 1

ALTMANN, Johann Carl farmer Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 40/57

ALTMANN, Johann Carl farmer formerly of Hahndorf but then of Balhannah 1854 Memorial 408/73

ALTMANN, Johann Carl farmer Woodside 1859 Memorial 69/155

ALTMANN, Johann Carl farmer Balhannah borrowed £800 from Carl Anton WUTTKE farmer Balhannah at 8% for 6 years 1867 Application 9362

ALTMANN, Johann Ernst farmer Hundred of Moorooroo 1861 Memorial 342/170

ALTMANN, Johann Wilhelm linked with Section 410 Hundred of Tiparra Co Daly 1888 Memorial 25/395

ALTMANN, Julius cabinetmaker Lobethal 1897 Memorial 44/430

ALTMANN, Nicholas gardener Wirrabara. Hundred of Appila land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 513 County Frome

ALTMANN, Wilhelm Adolph farmer Balhannah. Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

ALTORFER, George chemist Maitland 1880 Memorial 236/324

No 1

ALTSCHWAGER, George farmer Millicent linked with Henry William Altschwager of Tantanoola 1894 Memorial 98/423

ALTSCHWAGER, George farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1901 Grant Book 31 Page 236 County Grey

ALTUS, August Hermann farmer near Tarlee 1905 Application 24937

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ALTUS, Gustav Albert labourer Cotton Bore Co Chandos. Parrakie (Hundred of Price) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 101 County Buccleuch

ALTUS, Gustav Albert farmer Hundred of Price. Hundred of Price land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 82 County Buccleuch

ALTUS, Gustav Albert farmer Parilla. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1937 Grant Book 12 Page 102 County Chandos

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ALTUS, Johann August farmer The Light 1866 Memorial 244/256

ALTUS, August farmer Hundred of Light 1884 Application 20232

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ALTUS, Johann Ernst farmer Robertstown 1883[-1885] Memorial105/347

ALTUS, Johann Ernst farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1919 Grant Book 12 Page 127 County Chandos

No 1

ALVER, James Henry blacksmith Adelaide 1882 Memorial 162/343

ALVER, James Henry [formerly blacksmith Adelaide but now] publican Charleston 1885 Memorial 45/366

ALVES, John shepherd Callington 1869 Memorial 18/242

ALVEY, Francis Vernon formerly of Pt Elliot but now poultry farmer 24 Sheridan St, Woodvile 1951 Memorial 178/526

ALWYN, Herbert merchant Adelaide 1855 Memorial 139/96

AMBER, Alfred gardener Athelstone 1896 Application 23261

No 1

AMBER, David Malcolm James farmer Athelstone and Hannah Maria Harriet Amber his wife nee HALL daughter of the late James Hall formerly blacksmith near Houghton now deceased 1886 Memorial 242/380

AMBER, Hannah Maria Harriet widow of the late David Malcolm James Amber formerly labourer then farmer Athelstone now deceased 1907 Application 25306

AMBER, Herbert Raymond, Rex Kitchener Amber, Stephen Oliver Amber and Murray David Amber carriers and farmers Gumeracha 1953 Memorial 145/528

No 1

AMBER, John farmer Darley on the Torrens near Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 25/35

AMBER, John labourer The Torrens River 1854[-1856] Memorial 334/65

AMBER, John labourer The Torrens, linked with Henry COULTER labourer The Torrens 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 22 County Adelaide

AMBER, John and Henry COULTER labourers The Torrens 1853. They bought farm land together. Enrolment 85/29

AMBER, John farmer near Thorndon Park 1862[-1879] Memorial 6/297

AMBER, John formerly woodcutter Hope Valley but now gardener Paradise 1897 Application 23313

No 1

AMBER, Stephen yeoman Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 415/23.

AMBER, Stephen farmer Darley village 1854. He owned land in the Athelstone Estate which consisted of Sections 803-808 Survey B Memorial 5/63

AMBER, Stephen labourer Athelstone. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 22 County Adelaide

AMBER, Stephen and John farmers Athelstone 1854 Memorial 206/75

AMBER, Stephen labourer Athelstone 1857 Memorial 137/113

AMBER, Stephen farmer Section 808 Torrens River 1860 Memorial 22/163

AMBER, Stephen farmer Athelstone 1859 Application 496

AMBER, Stephen farmer Athelstone 1865[-1883] Memorial 146/203

AMBERY, William labourer Millbrook 1857 Memorial 51/116

AMBREY, William of the Hundred of Mobilong 1887 Memorial 147/386

AMBRECHT, Louis baker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 61/21

AMBROSE, James and Robert timber dealers Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849 Memorial 61/16

AMBROSE, Mary Ann domestic duties Walkerville [probably for Caroline Octavia DOVE widow of Archdeacon Dove] 1914 Memorial 183/473

AMBROSE, Montague labourer Armagh near Clare and Mary Ambrose his wife 1886[-1887] Memorials 158/376 & 22/382

AMBROSE, TWL acting secretary Elder, Smith & Co Ltd, Currie St, Adelaide 1933 Memorial 41/507

AMBROSE, William teacher Hartley Vale 1862 Memorial 87/181

No 1

AMERY, John stockholder Kensington 1851 Memorial 396/29.

AMERY, John stockholder formerly of Kensington but now of Mt Alexander Vic 1852 Memorial 464/45

AMERY, John formerly of Kensington but now stockholder Castlemaine Vic 1855 Memorial 149/307

No 1

AMES, Herbert James builder Bridge St, Gawler 1911 Application 26049

AMES, Herbert brickmaker North Gawler c1925-1929 Application 29245

No 1

AMES, James Joseph carpenter Lobethal 1858 Memorial 264/139

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

AMES, James Joseph labourer Bowden 1867[-1876] Memorial 146/225

AMES, James Joseph labourer Bowden 1883. He had been there since at least 1867 Application 19790

AMES, William Ames mason Gawler and Sarah Ames his wife 1887 Application  21145

AMESBURG, Joseph baker Mitcham 1867 Application 8442

No 1

AMESBURY, Joseph baker Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 459/49

AMESBURY, Joseph baker formerly of Adelaide but now of Mitcham 1856 Memorial 345/113

AMESBURY, Joseph of Lower Mitcham 1861 Memorial 81/172

AMESBURY, Joseph baker near Mt Lofty 1878 Memorial 187/308

AMEY, Alman coachman Hackney 1857[-1858] Memorial 264/123

No 1

AMEY, Charles labourer Walkerville 1846[-1853] Memorial 410/7

AMEY, Charles gardener formerly of Walkerville but now of Tea Tree Gully 1853 Memorial 72/58

AMEY, Charles gardener Walkerville 1857 Memorial 340/131

AMEY, Charles the Elder and Younger farmers Leasingham 1867 Memorial 33/227

AMEY, William of Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880[-1883] Grant Book 60 Page 192 County Victoria FIND

AMFIELD, Sarah spinster and money lender Adelaide 1851 . Enrolment

No 1

AMMANN, Emil merchant Adelaide 1849 Memorial 111/15

AMMANN, Emil starch manufacturer pt Section 3898 Hundred of Kuitpo Friedrichstadt 1850 Memorial 384/19

AMMANN, Emil formerly of near Hahndorf, but then of Adelaide late 1850 Memorial 290/27

AMMANN, Emil gentleman Adelaide and Emma Ammann his wife 1850 Memorial 121/52

AMOR, John labourer Penwortham 1856 Memorial 379/97

No 1

AMOS, George labourer Parkside 1872 Memorial 213/257

AMOS, George of Milbrook Parkside 1879 Memorial 104/314

AMOS, George mason Glen Osmond 1885 Memorial 167/368

AMOS, George mason Millbrook Glen Osmond Rd 1887 Application 21181

No 2

AMOS, George labourer Salisbury 1906[-1913] Memorial 37/456

AMOS, George retired enginedriver Salisbury, died 28/1/1925 Memorial 76/499

AMOS, George Hendrie innkeeper Littlehampton 1885 Application 24992

AMOS, Joseph gardener Unley 1865 Application 6727

AMOS, Lionel George farmer Bull Creek 1949 Memorial 151/523

AMOS, William George farmer Tintinara 1928[-1944] Memorial 126/499

AMPT, Johann carpenter Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 65/61

AMSBERG, Benjamin merchant Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 126/47

No 1

AMSBERG, Julius Michael merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 18/35.

AMSBERG, Julius Michael of King William St Adelaide 1864 Memorial 66/198

AMSBERG, Julius Michael sauce maker Kent Town 1880 Memorial 146/324

AMSBERG, Julius Michael sauce maker Kent Town, ‘in consideration of the forebearance of my said creditors’, power of attorney to Thomas Edward ACRAMAN valuator Adelaide to manage his SA estate 20/7/1880 Deposit 139/1880

AMSBERG, Michael Benjamin merchant Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 273/27.

AMSBERG, Bernhard and Julius Michael merchants both of Adelaide and Melboune Vic trading together in copartnership under the style or firm of B Amsberg & Co, became bankrupts in 1864 Memorial 99/195

AMSBERG, Paul accountant Kapunda 1876[-1878] Memorial 135/288

AMWILL, Ellis farmer Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 396/87

ANBER, John wood carter Hope Valley 1882 Memorial 216/345

ANCELL, Charles licensed victualler Saddleworth, died 24/1/1876. His entire estate to his wife, Margaret Ancell, and youngest daughter, Sarah Ann Ancell, in equal shares absolutely. Estate worth £700. Sarah Ann Ansell 22 domestic Saddleworth married Louis STOPP 23 bachelor labourer Saddleworth (Father: August Stopp) on 7/8/1878 bride's mother's private residence Saddleworth. Minister: James Henry WILLIAMS. Witnesses:Margaret Williams at home Saddleworth and John Stopp labourer Saddleworth. Sarah Ann Stopp died 1/9/1879 intestate. Her husband, Louis Stopp, now a brewery employee at Clare, received letters of administration to finalise her £15 estate Application 26581

ANDERS, Carl farmer Hallett 1900 Memorial 197/440

No 1

ANDERS, Franz cabinetmaker Adelaide (Freeman St) 1850[-1853] Memorial 495/19

ANDERS, Franz gardener Unley 1853 Memorial 408/58

ANDERS, Franz gardener Goodwood Park 1854 Memorial 106/75

ANDERS, Franz storekeeper Adelaide 1861 Application 2231

No 1

ANDERS, Gottlob farmer Macclesfield 1857 Memorial 307/132

ANDERS, Johann Gottlieb shoemaker pt Section 2925 Bugle Ranges 1857 Application 3673

ANDERS, Johann Gottlieb formerly farmer Macclesfield but now shoemaker Bugle Ranges 1862 Application 3673

No 1

ANDERS, Henry of Adelaide, took out a 5-year lease from 1883 on rooms in the Adelaide Auction Co Ltd's premises in Pirie St Adelaide (formerly LEVI's Stores), at £4 a week for the first 2 years and £4/10/- a week for the remainder of the lease Memorial 198/350

ANDERS, Henry hairdresser Adelaide, took out a 9-year lease from Dec 1883 for two rooms on the ground floor of Insurance Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide, at £75 for the first five years and £90 a year for the remainder of the lease. The SA Insurance Co Ltd owned the building Memorial 127/354

No 1

ANDERS, Wilhelm Theodor blacksmith Freeling 1900 Memorial 144/440

ANDERS, Wilhelm Theodor and ANDERS, Louis Rudolph blacksmiths Freeling 1906 Application 25262

ANDERSON, Adam Peter of Halbury 1903[-1915] Memorial 180/449

ANDERSON, Agnes publican Green Dragon Inn Adelaide (South Tce) which also included blacksmith and wheelwright shops and a weighbridge 1885 Memorial 245/370

No 1

ANDERSON, Alexander Esquire Adelaide 1843 Memorial 111/3

No 2

ANDERSON, Alexander of Mosquito Plains 1851 Memorial 3/37.

ANDERSON, Alexander storekeeper Penola 1851 Memorial 2/37.

No 3

ANDERSON, Alexander licensed victualler Emu Hotel Morphett Vale 1844 He bought Section 640 Survey B from Allan FULLARTON banker late of Glasgow, now of Greenock, Scotland for £120 19/12/1844 Of The Lodge Morphett Vale by 1853 Memorials 282/4 & 215/56

ANDERSON, Alexander gentleman The Lodge Morphett Vale 1847[-1860] Memorial 367/9. He owned Surveyor’s Gully Section 730 District B (90 acres) 1851 Memorial 233/31.

ANDERSON, Alexander Esquire The Lodge Morphett Vale linked with Alexander Anderson farmer Mossgiel Morphett Vale 1862 Memorial 174/185

ANDERSON, Alexander gentleman The Lodge, Morphett Vale, died 1/12/1862. His daughter, Emily Anderson, died a spinster and intestate on 29/8/1876 at Morphett Vale. His wife, Catherine Frances Anderson, lived at North Adelaide by 1881. Constance Kate Anderson (sometimes called Catherine Anderson) possiby a daughter, had married William BAIN farmer Morphett Vale by 1881. Alexander Anderson bank manager Pt Adelaide and Jane Sheppard Anderson spinster North Adelaide appeared to have belonged to this family. The Anderson family owned pt Section 610 Survey B at Morphett Vale (all the section except an acre in the south-western corner on which stood a Roman Catholic church, school and cemetery) Memorials 197 & 203/331

ANDERSON, Alexander the Elder gentleman The Lodge Morphett Vale, died 1/12/1862. His youngest child, Alexander the Younger, turned 21 on 3/10/1872. Other children of Alexander Anderson the Elder - Rosina DONALDSON wife of George Donaldson solicitor Pt Augusta, Emily Anderson spinster (died 29/8/1876 intestate), Jane Sheppard Anderson (died 10/5/1887 a spinster and intestate) and Constance Kate Anderson later Constance Kate BAIN. Catherine Frances Anderson widow of the late Alexander Anderson the Elder, died 2/3/1885 Memorial 212/400

ANDERSON, Alexander the Elder gentleman The Lodge, Morphett Vale, died 1/12/1862. The trustees to sell all the personal estate for the highest price at public auction, buying back the furniture absolutely necessary for his family to live adequately. Enough allotments, including the Brewery Mill, in the village of Catherine, to be sold as well. The proceeds from both sales to be invested in Crown land which is to be rented out to provide the family an income, to keep the family ‘in a plain and respectabe way’, until the youngest child turned 21. The two eldest daughters, Rosina and Emily Anderson, to control family spending. The trustees to distribute the estate equally, including Alexander Anderson’s wife, Catherine Francis Anderson, ‘so long as she does not marry and so long as she keeps sober, but should she marry or should she continue a drunkard, she is to be removed from amongst the children and any assistance which she may had had under this will is then to cease … And I forbid any person connected with me to wear any article of mourning in regard of me, otherwise he or she shall forfeit all claim to what they would b entitled to under the will, nor are any invitations to be issued to attend my funeral and that I shall be buried in my garden on the path opposite my bedrooom window and my coffin to be purchased in Adelaide and the price is not to exceed £5. Children of the marriage included Emily Anderson, Constance Anderson, Jane Shepherd Anderson, and Rosina Donaldson formerly Anderson and Alexander Anderson the Younger bank clerk Adelaide, who turned 21 on 3/10/1872 Application 21049

ANDERSON, Alexander of Catherine (pt Section 140 Hundred of Noarlunga) near Morphett Vale [died 1862]. Father of William Wallace Anderson gentleman King William St, Adelaide 1865 Deposit 23/1865

ANDERSON, Alexander of Morphett Vale possessed an original plan of the township of Catherine, Pt Section 640 adjoining Morphett Vale, and the main road to Adelaide. The streets called William and Rosina St. The village had a brewery, court house, Free Church of Scotland, and the Emu Hotel. Wiliam Wallace Anderson gentleman King William St, Adelaide, found the document amongst his father's possessions following his death in 1862 Deposit 23/1865

No 4

ANDERSON, Alexander farmer Mossgiel Co Adelaide 1847 Section 663 Hundred of Noarlunga land grant Memorial 154/9

ANDERSON, Alexander of Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 264/50

ANDERSON, Alexander gentleman Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 115/42.

ANDERSON, Alexander Esquire Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 453/42.

ANDERSON, Alexander farmer Morphett Vale 1865 Memorial 219/201

ANDERSON, Alexander farmer Mossgiel near Morphett Vale 1853[-1857] Hundred of Yankalilla land purchase Memorial 77/50

ANDERSON, Alexander farmer near Morphett Vale linked with Peter Anderson farmer Morphett Vale 1856 Memorial 376/98

ANDERSON, Alexander farmer Mossgiel, died c1884. Estate to his wife, Barbara Anderson, and two sons Archibald Anderson farmer Pickering and James Anderson farmer Minlacowie Memorial 215/362

ANDERSON, Barbara widow of the late Alexander Anderson Morphett Vale, died 8/12/1891, of senile decay, aged 81. Linked with Thomas Anderson farmer Mossgiel Morphett Vale 1894 Application 22786

No 5

ANDERSON, Alexander of Yorke Peninsula linked with Peter Anderson farmer Archerfield Morphett Vale 1873 Memorial 161/270

ANDERSON, Alexander farmer near Oaklands 1887 son of Peter and Marion Anderson of Archerfield near Morphett Vale Memorial 221/424

No 6

ANDERSON, Alexander farmer Mitcham 1849 Memorial 175/57

No 7

ANDERSON, Alexander farmer Magill 1851 Memorial 99/34

No 8

ANDERSON, Alexander farmer Comb Hill near Noarlunga 1866 Memorial 178/208

No 9

ANDERSON, Alexander storeman Kingston Lacepede Bay S-E 1873 Memorial 28/271

ANDERSON, Alexander accountant Kingston S-E Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 133a County Robe

ALEXANDER, Alexander storekeeper Kingston S-E Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 133 County Robe

No 10

ANDERSON, Alexander the Younger farmer Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881[-1903] Grant Book 19 Page 144 County Fergusson

ANDERSON, Alexander farmer Dalrymple Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 148 County Fergusson

ANDERSON, Alexander farmer Stansbury trustee Institute Stansbury township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 19 Page 463 County Fergusson

No 11

ANDERSON, Alexander publican Adelaide trustee for the estates of the late Alexander and Emily Anderson both deceased [Apparently not husband and wife]. Constance Kate BAIN wife of William Bain had a right to inheritance under the division of the estates 1889 Memorial 213/399

ANDERSON, Alexander Anderson overseer Robe and Lucy Anderson his wife 1914 Application 26359

ANDERSON, Alfred Ernest plumber Bowden and Mary Anderson his wife 1911[-1918] Memorial 88/464, Application 26701

No 1

ANDERSON, Allan licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1880[-1891] Memorial 94/327

ANDERSON, Allan licensed victualler Pt Augusta linked with James Anderson gentleman Adelaide 1886 Memorial 158/378

ANDERSON, Andrew labourer Gawler West 1870 Memorial 69/244

ANDERSON, Annie widow Goodwood 1892 Memorial 84/412

ANDERSON, Anthony labourer Riverton 1872 Memorial 152/258

No 1

ANDERSON, Archibald merchant Wellington New Zealand owned land in TA 449 Carrington St, Adelaide 1847. No record of his original purchase Memorial 435/9

No 2

ANDERSON, Archibald farmer near Yankalilla 1872. Linked with Alexander Anderson of Mossgiel Morphett Vale Memorial 205/259

ANDERSON, Archibald farmer Bald Hills [Yankalilla?] 1874 Memorial 20/273

ANDERSON, Archibald farmer Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 19 Page 136 County Fergusson

ANDERSON, Archibald farmer formerly of Yankalilla but now of Stansbury 1879 Memorial 190/315

ANDERSON, Archibald farmer Bald Hills Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 146 County Fergusson

ANDERSON, Archibald farmer Salt Creek Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1885 Grant Book 36 Page 138 County Hindmarsh

ANDERSON, Archibald of Pickering. SA Anderson mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 235/392

ANDERSON, Archibald farmer formerly Yankalilla 1872 but now of Pickering Yorke Peninsula 1888 Application 21419

No 3

ANDERSON, Archibald labourer McLaren Vale 1900 Memorial 62/440
No 4

ANDERSON, Archibald farmer Morphett Vale and Ada Martha Anderson his wife 1910 Application 25724

No 1

ANDERSON, Archibald John farmer Willaston 1922 Memorial 196/486

ANDERSON, Archibald John farmer formerly of Willaston but now of near Gilgandra NSW 1923 Application 27142

ANDERSON, Archibald Kenneth hotelkeeper Criterion Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1927 Memorial 199/497

ANDERSON, Arthur Henry harbourmaster Kingscote KI 1922 Memorial 186/486

No 1

ANDERSON, August cabinetmaker Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 298/140

ANDERSON, August farmer Windsor 1855 Memorial 451/89

ANDERSON, August farmer Gilles Plains 1857 Memorial 64/118

No 1

ANDERSON, August boring expert Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

ANDERSON, C mason Birkenhead 1904 Memorial 90/474

ANDERSON, Carl out of business Rosewater 1871 Memorial 65/257 Farmer Rosewater 1872 Memorial 143/259

ANDERSON, Carl August farmer Sedan 1884 Memorial 99/360

No 1

ANDERSON, Charles farmer Section 2001 Hundred of Nuriootpa Co Light 1851 Enrolment 24/12

ANDERSON, Charles farmer Section 2001 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1852 Memorial 145/42.

ANDERSON, Charles farmer formerly of Co Light but now of the Pine Forest near Adelaide 1855 Memorial 228/87

ANDERSON, Charles labourer Pine Forest near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 238/48

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ANDERSON, Charles yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 2/48

ANDERSON, Charles [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] farmer North Road 1853 Memorial 228/52

ANDERSON, Charles farmer formerly of the North Road but now of Mitcham 1857 Memorial 60/125

ANDERSON, Charles farmer Mitcham. He owned a freestone quarry on Section 1140 Hundred of Adelaide, which he leased out 1862 Memorial 82/182

ANDERSON, Charles contractor formerly of the Upper North Road near North Adelaide 1853 but now of Mitcham 1866 Application 7151

ANDERSON, Charles farmer Mitcham 1868 Memorial 32/233

ANDERSON, Charles contractor Mitcham 1870 Memorial 128/252

ANDERSON, Charles gentleman Mitcham 1897 Memorial 110/430

ANDERSON, Charles quarry proprietor Mitcham, died c1909. Executors; Alfred Anderson formerly tramway employee but now quarry proprietor Mitcham and Adam KERR commercial traveller Mitcham. Father of Herbert Anderson. Grandfather of Alfred Anderson, Charles Playford Anderson, Ernest Large Anderson, Tom Herbert Anderson and Murray Anderson. Father in law of Sarah Parry Anderson (wife of Herbert Anderson), who received real estate absolutely whereas Herbert Anderson received real estate only for life. Charles Anderson owned various rows of cottages next to the Edinburgh Hotel, near Brownhill Creek and in Brown St, all in Mitcham. C Anderson apparently a close friend of John Playford of Mitcham Memorial 88/473

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ANDERSON, Charles D of Currency Creek 1858 Memorial 172/140

ANDERSON, Charles storekeeper Currency Creek 1859 Memorial 67/149

No 2

ANDERSON, Charles farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 1925Grant Book 12 Page 7 County Chandos

ANDERSON, Charles Playford retired quarry owner 43 Kyre Ave, Kingswood 1949 Memorial 32/524

ANDERSON, Christian mason Le Fevre Peninsula 1880 Memorial 181/324, Application 18129

ANDERSON, Clarence Robert farmer Morphett Vale, aged 66 years of age in 1962, declared that he had lived in the area for over 60 years Application 29475

ANDERSON, Edith spinster 90 Millswood Crescent, Millswood, died 19/7/1935. Sister of Alexander Anderson labourer Robe S-E, Charles Anderson and Jane Reid Anderson both no description. Bequest to Mrs A CONNON nee WILSON, Miss Jean Wilson (sisters) and Mrs George MCPHEE. Her sister, Jessie Annie Anderson, had already died. Estate worth £369 Memorial 132/509

ANDERSON, Edith Caroline, wife of Edmund Bullar Anderson Captain in the Royal Navy Picked Post, near Ringwood, Hants, England. Power of attorney to William Frederick Jacob accountant Adelaide, to manage her SA real estate 20/8/1890 Deposit 54/1891.

ANDERSON, Eliza of the Reedy Creek S-E. She leased waste lands of the Crown near Pearson's Bridge over Reedy Creek east of Guichen Bay 1871 Memorial 230/256

ANDERSON, Elizabeth Helen married James STEEL accountant Norwood, on 3/5/1882. Linked with Peter Anderson farmer Springfield Farm near Stansbury Memorial 144/346

ANDERSON, Emanuel carpenter of the barque Onyx now lying at Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 308/208

No 1

ANDERSON, Emily spinster Morphett Vale 1870 Memorial 1/258

ANDERSON, Emily spinster Morphett Vale, died 29/8/1876 North Adelaide intestate. Letters of administration to Catherine Frances Anderson widow Morphett Vale to settle the £300 estate Memorial 122/295

ANDERSON, Emily no description died 29/8/1876. Linked with Jane Sheppard Anderson no description Memorial 16/327

ANDERSON, Emily spinster Wellington Square North Adelaide, died 29/8/1876, of acterine haemorrhage, aged 32. Likely that Jane Shepperd Anderson spinster North Adelaide was a sister 1880 Application 18314

ANDERSON, Frank August out of business formerly of Parks St (known as Dyke St) Solomontown, but now of 2 Rose St, Thebarton 1926 Application 27441

ANDERSON, Frederick formerly publican Truro but now gentleman Adelaide 1879 Memorials 84 & 85/320

ANDERSON, FA formerly of Beltana 1888 Memorial 50/395

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ANDERSON, George civil engineer Brompton 1866 Application 7419

ANDERSON, George civil engineer Brompton 1879 Memorial 163/315

ANDERSON, George civil engineer Bowden 1880 Memorial 73/326

ANDERSON, George engineer North Adelaide Hundred of Anna land grant 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 138 County Eyre

ANDERSON, George civil engineer Medindie linked with CT HARGRAVE of Kent Tce Norwood 1886 Memorial 102/380

ANDERSON, George civil engineer Robe Tce, Medindie,died 23/6/1894, of apoplexy, aged 55 Application 27283

No 2

ANDERSON, George sawyer Littlehampton 1853 Memorial 498/47

No 3

ANDERSON, George storekeeper Adelaide 1870 Memorial 182/249

No 4

ANDERSON, George blacksmith Adelaide (Carrington St) and Louisa Anderson his wife 1875 Memorial 173/282

No 5

ANDERSON, George wheelwright Kooringa. Kooringa Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Memorial 5/383

No 6

ANDERSON, George director the Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd of Currie St, Adelaide (in premises known as Austral Chambers formerly occupied by R BARR SMITH and Sir Thomas ELDER when the premises were called Australasian Chambers on pt Town Acre 109) 1889 Memorial 245/400

No 7

ANDERSON, George labourer Pt Adelaide 1894 Application 22725

No 8

ANDERSON, George mining engineer Adelaide 1911 Memorial 41/464

No 9

ANDERSON, George stockman Fulham 1938, declared he had worked as a stockman in the Fulham district for 50 years, 40 of these for Samuel Albert WHITE grazier Fulham Application 28134

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ANDERSON, George Andrew merchant's clerk Adelaide linked with Louisa Anderson widow Adelaide 1876[-1879] Memorial 229/295

ANDERSON, GA accountant Adelaide 1884 Memorial 81/357

ANDERSON, HA farmer Macclesfield 1888 Memorial 101/389

No 1

ANDERSON, Henry commercial clerk and traveller Kingston and Adelaide 1867 Memorial 57/221

No 2

ANDERSON, Henry farmer Morphett Vale 1900 Application 24011

No 3

ANDERSON, Henry farmer Pt Noarlunga 1906 Application 25206

ANDERSON, Henry Robert farmer Halbury 1923[-1935] Memorial 15/487

ANDERSON, Herbert and Martin MOYSE of Mitcham associated with Anderson & Moyse's quarry on Section 1140 Hundred not stated 1884 Memorial 162/357

ANDERSON, Herbert Edward Gordon greengrocer Macclesfield linked with Sarah Olive Anderson widow Macclesfield 1939 Memorial 15/514

No 1
ANDERSON, James farmer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 195/10

ANDERSON, James farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Fourth Creek 1851[-1870] Memorial 73/33

No 2

ANDERSON, James gold digger Lobethal 1852 Memorial 371/45

ANDERSON, James yeoman Lobethal 1860 Memorial 116/170

No 3

ANDERSON, James sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1853[-1854] Memorial 36/64

ANDERSON, James sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Louth land grant 1853[-1888] Grant Book 21 Page 10 County Flinders

ANDERSON, James farmer Pt Lincoln 1855[-1875] Memorial 373/81

ANDERSON, James sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1864. He owned the Mt Liverpool Mine Application 5017

ANDERSON, James Esquire White River near Pt Lincoln 1870[-1880] Memorial 112/244

ANDERSON, James sheepfarmer White River near Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1873 Grant Book 21 Page 88 County Flinders

ANDERSON, James sheep farmer Pt Lincoln linked with Robert Anderson secretary to the Road Board Pt Lincoln 1871 Memorial 152/306

ANDERSON, James sheep farmer Pt Lincoln linked with R Anderson of Pt Lincoln 1881 Memorial 137/330

ANDERSON, James farmer Whites River 1887 Memorial 181/385

ANDERSON, James JP of White River near Pt Lincoln 1889 Memorial 84/400

ANDERSON, James sheepfarmer formerly of Whites River near Pt Lincoln but then of Hawick, Co Roxburgh, Scotland, died 7/12/1899. He left the bulk of his estate to his station manager, William Goode sheep farmer Pt Lincoln Memorial 202/439

ANDERSON, James sheep farmer Whites River Pt Lincoln but temporarily living at Hawick, Co Roxburgh, Scotland, died 7/12/1899. After leaving legacies to family and servants in Scotland, he left the residue of his estate to William Edward GOODE the manager of James Anderson's sheep station near Pt Lincoln (Husband of Agnes Knight Goode nee FLEMING. James Fleming of Pt Lincoln was her brother). It appears that WE Goode died during the 1920s. His son Bruce Goode was born 15/3/1903 at Whites River. Mrs Charles Goode of Whites River also received £100. James Anderson also forgave the debt of his old friend, George YOUNG agent Adelaide, who had already died 14/3/1897. Estate worth £14,840 Application 27797

No 4

ANDERSON, James labourer Hectorville 1868[-1876] Memorial 60/236

ANDERSON, James farmer Hectorville 1869 Memorial 152/236

ANDERSON, James farmer Newton near Adelaide, left his estate to benefit his unnamed wife and chidren. His daughter Jane Anderson, to have no share of the estate 1872 Memorial 142/310

ANDERSON, James labourer Hectorville 1876. He could not write Application 15116

ANDERSON, James of Newton, died 30/7/1878 Memorial 81/311

ANDERSON, James the Elder farmer Newton near Campbelltown, died 30/7/1878. His estate worth £1,930. His executors, James Henderson the Younger Clerk in Holy Orders Wakefield St, Adelaide; William Henry HYNE Builder Wakefield St, Adelaide, and Robert WILSON grocer Adelaide (Rundle St), to sell the whole of the real and personal estate and distribute the proceeds equally amongst the widow and the children. His eldest son, John Anderson, not to take any share until he has brought a gift of £200 back 'into hotchpotch and accounting for the same accordingly'. He also had a £300 loan by mortgage to repay into his father's estate. Daughter Jane Anderson not to share in her father's estate. The executors to care for all infant children under 21. Application 22475

ANDERSON, James farmer Newton near Campbelltown, died 30/7/1878. Executors; James Henderson Clerk in Holy Orders Wakefield St, Adelaide; William Henry HYNE builder Wakefield St, Adelaide; Robert WILSON grocer Rundle St, Adelaide. Husband of Sarah Anderson. A daughter Jane; eldest son called John. Other children not named Deposit 240/1878

No 5

ANDERSON, James contractor Blinman. Blinman (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1870 Grant Book 66 Page 164 County Taunton

No 6

ANDERSON, James builder Adelaide (Currie St) 1877 Memorial 195/304

ANDERSON, James formerly builder but now out of business Adelaide 1900 Memorial 150/440

ANDERSON, James builder Adelaide (Darnley House Town Acre 126, Currie St), died 16/1/1902. Husband of Margaret Anderson. Father of John Moffat Anderson, James Robert Anderson, Victoria Anderson, the late Margaret LIGERTWOOD wife of William Leith Ligertwood, William Anderson, Jane HILL widow of the late Mr Hill, and Frances HOWELL wife of Horace Howell. Estate worth £10,000 Memorial 143/483

No 7

ANDERSON, James draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855 Memorial 361/98

No 8

ANDERSON, James clerk to HC PALMER solicitor Kapunda 1871[-1872] Memorial 113/321

No 9

ANDERSON, James labourer Mt Templeton Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 198 County Dalhousie

No 10 – perhaps the same person

ANDERSON, James farmer Minlacowie trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 34 County Fergusson

ANDERSON, James the Younger farmer Minlacowie. Alexander Anderson the Younger mentioned but not described 1889 Memorial 48/398

No 11

ANDERSON, James gentleman London, but presently in SA. Power of attorney to Alexander URQUHART and John PATERSON to manage his SA real estate 26/1/1893 Deposit 14/1893

ANDERSON, James Edward innkeeper Saddleworth 1859 Memorial 350/155

No 1

ANDERSON, James Miller draper Hindley St, Adelaide. Power of Attorney to Thomas GRAVES Esquire Kent Town to manage his SA real estate 1/4/1887. JM Anderson left SA again in 1902. Appointed his son, David Leslie ANDERSON draper Adelaide as his attorney in his absence Deposits 29/1887 and 45/1902

ANDERSON, James Miller draper Adelaide 1897 Memorial 207/432

ANDERSON, James Robert solicitor Adelaide 1890[-1910] Memorial 180/403

ANDERSON, Janet spinster Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 416 County Dalhousie

No 1

ANDERSON, JB Bank of Australasia clerk Adelaide 1860 Memorial 42/162

ANDERSON, JB JP of Pt Lincoln 1866 Memorial 265/208

ANDERSON, Jessie Ann widow Robe S-E, died 13/4/1935. Beneficiaries included - Edith Anderson schoolteacher formerly of Brinkworth but now of 90 Millswood Crescent Millswood, Alexander Anderson labourer Robe S-E, Charles Anderson labourer Kalangadoo, Jane Reid Anderson nurse Nhill Vic Memorials 25 & 26/509

ANDERSON, JH fireman 34 Epsom Rod, Kensington 1937 Memorial 127/511

ANDERSON, JL foreman 45 Rankine Road, Torrensville 1937 Memorial 72/511

No 1

ANDERSEN/ANDERSON, Johann labourer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 309/97

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

ANDERSEN/ANDERSON, Johann Friedrich waterman Adelaide (Union St) 1848. Memorial 286/12

ANDERSEN/ANDERSON, Johann Friedrich water carrier Adelaide 1860 Application 1468

ANDERSEN/ANDERSON, Johann Friedrich water carrier Rundle St, Adelaide, ‘about to depart from the Province on a voyage to Europe or elsewhere’. Power of attorney to Carl Anton Rudolph von BERTOUCH to manage his SA estate 8/1/1863 Deposit 8/1863

ANDERSEN/ANDERSON, Johann Friedrich carrier Adelaide and Wilhelmine Anderson his wife 1866 Memorial 120/211

ANDERSEN/ANDERSON, Johann Friedrich often known as John Anderson gentleman formerly of Union St, Adelaide but temporarily absent therefrom 1872 now residing in Hamburg 1877 Application 15955

ANDERSEN, Johanne Justine Wilhelmine widow Hamburg, Germany, power of attorney to Georg Heinrich Christoph Meyer agent Adelaide, to manage her SA estate 9/12/1884. 18/6/1904 Wilhelm Hermann TEMME quarry proprietor Lower Mitcham appointed in his place Deposits 32/1885 and 47/1904

No 1

ANDERSON, John yeoman Munno Para 1853 Memorial 206/49

No 2

ANDERSON, John farmer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 271/76

No 3

ANDERSON, John farmer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1856 Memorial 409/98

No 4

ANDERSON, John labourer Kooringa 1858 Memorial 57/265

No 5

ANDERSON, John and NATT, William farmers Bugle Ranges 1862 Application 3246

ANDERSON, John farmer Bugle Ranges Co Hindmarsh Hundred of Seymour land grant 1867 Grant Book 54 Page 113 County Russell

ANDERSON, John farmer near East Wellington Hundred of Seymour land grant 1873 Grant Book 54 Page 117 County Russell

ANDERSON, John farmer Cooke Plains Hundred of Seymour land grant 1881 Grant Book 54 Page 119 County Russell

No 6

ANDERSON, John farmer Newton near Campbelltown Co Adelaide Hundred of Everard land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 389 County Stanley

No 7

ANDERSON, John gentleman Mitcham 1878 Memorial 107/308

No 8

ANDERSON, John storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1883[-1902] Memorial 64/350

ANDERSON, John JP storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 142/447

ANDERSON, John storekeeper Pt Lincoln, died 12/8/1904. Husband of Mary Anderson who still lived at Pt Lincoln in 1928 Memorial 104/500

ANDERSON, John no description, died 12/8/1904. His widow, Mary Anderson, formerly of Pt Lincoln but then of Woodville, died 29/7/1911 Memorial 174/465 & Application 27692

No 9

ANDERSON, John master mariner of parts beyond the sea. Power of attorney to David Tweedie land agent Adelaide to manage his SA estate 1883 Deposit 87/1883

No 10

ANDERSON, John farmer South Hummocks 1884 Memorial 149/358

No 1

ANDERSON, John Balfour gentleman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 156/221

ANDERSON, John Balfour accountant Bank of Australasia Adelaide 1870 Memorial 78/254

ANDERSON, John Balfour bank manager formerly of Adelaide but now of Dunedin New Zealand 1871[-1874] Memorial 5/257

ANDERSON, John Balfour manager of the Bank of Australasia Dunedin branch New Zealand 1871 Memorial 135/255

ANDERSON, John Christian linked with Sections 109, 112 Hundred of Eurelia 1881 Memorial 179/330

No 1

ANDERSON, John Stirling engineer St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 122/262

ANDERSON, John Stirling licensed victualler Glenelg 1884 Memorial 10/359

ANDERSON, John William farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 122 County Chandos

No 1

ANDERSON, Joseph Joe shepherd FS Dutton's Wellington Gap Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

No 2

ANDERSON, Joseph farmer Morphett Vale 1850[-1854] Memorial 63/29.

No 3

ANDERSON, Joseph splitter Stone Hut Hundred of Appila land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 511 County Frome

No 4

ANDERSON, Joseph accountant Pt Adelaide 1924[-1825] Memorial 195/491, Application 27435

No 1

ANDERSON, JR articled clerk to Messrs BRAY & SHERIDAN solicitors Adelaide 1882 Memorial 60/342

ANDERSON, JR articled clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 243/360

ANDERSON, JR solicitor Adelaide 1891[-1901] Memorial 152/407

ANDERSON, Leslie Thomas Sydney labourer Hackham 1946 Memorial 198/519

ANDERSON, Lindsay james Gordon JP of Main South Rd, Morphett Vale 1960, declared that he had been born in 1901 at Morphett Vale and had lived there all his life Application 29403

ANDERSON, Louisa widow Adelaide (Carrington St) 1875 Memorial 214/285

No 1

ANDERSON, Mades Christian carpenter Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

ANDERSON, Mades Christian of Cowell 1888 Memorial 236/391

ANDERSON, Margaret spinster Adelaide, died c1853. Executors Rev’d John GARDNER minister of the Gospel Kensington and James BENNY gentleman Adelaide. After the estate had been wound up, the remaining funds to be invested ‘towards the maintenance and education and support of Mary LOVE daughter of John Love music seller Greenock, Scotland, a child of whom I have taken charge and who came with me to the Province aforesaid until she attain the age of 21 years or leave the said province. The trustees to to outfit her and pay her passage if she decided to return to her father in Scotland. The fund to be paid over to her in either eventuality Application 8823

No 1

ANDERSON, Martin labourer Gawler 1870 Memorial 183/249

ANDERSON, Martin labourer Gawler South 1871[-1881] Memorial 66/255, Applications 18867, 13094.

Gawler Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 193/314

ANDERSON, Mason of Beaumont Burnside about to leave SA. Brother to Arthur Henry Anderson of St Peter's College 1893 Memorial 59/422

ANDERSON, Matthew bootmaker Langhorne Creek 1867 Memorial 189/226

No 1

ANDERSON, Maxwell Gavin shipping agent Adelaide 1910 Memorial 179/463

ANDERSON, Maxwell Gavin and Reginald Charles Henderson WALKER merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of MG Anderson Co 1922 Memorial 97/486

ANDERSON, Miller draper Adelaide 1877 Memorial 92/297

ANDERSON, Mr Manager of the Bowden Gas Works 1881 Application 18923

No 1

ANDERSON, Neil farmer Light River 1850 Memorial 319/20 Of Section 1156 on the Light, about to die 1850. He left his estate to his sisters, Ann MCLAREN (she had a husband and children), and Margaret ANDERSON, all shortly to arrive in the province. The executors, John TAYLOR Esquire and Mr Peter MCNEIL, to supervise the estate until the family arrived. If more than 4 months in coming, the executors had the right to sell the estate and keep the money in trust against their arrival, or keep the estate if the family requested. If the family did not come at all, then all the testator’s sisters to get an equal share, except his sister, Margaret Anderson, to get twice as much as the others. Land along the Light River, pt Section 418 near the Yatala Smelting Works by Pt Adelaide, and Block 50 in Marion Memorial 136/31

ANDERSON, Neil farmer Section 1156 Light Special Survey, died c1850. He left his personal estate in equal shares to his two sisters, Mrs Andrew MCLAREN nee Ann ANDERSON (plus husband and children) and Margaret ANDERSON, expected to arrive in the province in the next few months. Mrs McLaren and her children to get Section 1156 on the Light River, ‘with all my cattle and any surplus money there may be remaining after my expenses are paid may be delivered to him [Andrew McLaren] at a valuation’; Margaret Anderson to get lot 7 (5 acres) in Section 418 near the Yatala Smelting Works, lot 50 in Section 117 (Marion), and £20 a year for life from the McLarens. If the family did not come to SA, the real estate to be sold and the money divided equally amongst all his sisters in Scotland, leaving Margaret Anderson to get twice as much as the others. John TAYLOR Esquire Adelaide and Peter MCNEIL sheep overseer the Gilbert River to be the executors. Estate worth £100. Application 3654

No 2

ANDERSON, Neil storekeeper Narracoorte 1878 Memorial 112/305

ANDERSON, Neil of Cooloto, The Coorong 1881 Memorial 112/331

No 1

ANDERSON, Ocean licensed victualler Maidstone 1864 Memorial 263/192

ANDERSON, Ocean butcher and licensed victualler Maidstone, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 3/194

No 1

ANDERSON, Percival William labourer Macclesfield 1921[-1928] Memorial 9/482

ANDERSON, Percival William storekeeper Macclesfield, died 14/3/1939. Husband of Sarah Olive Anderson Memorial 7/514

No 1

ANDERSON, Peter farmer Second Creek 1847 Memorial 427/12.

Farmer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 428/12

Farmer Morphett Vale 1848[-1854] Memorial 429/12.

ANDERSON, Peter formerly carrier Adelaide but now farmer Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 373/16

ANDERSON, Peter farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Victoria School House (pt Section 635 Hundred of Noarlunga) trustee Memorial 230/81

ANDERSON, Peter farmer Archerfield near Morphett Vale 1869[-1870] Memorial 45/240

ANDERSON, Peter the Elder farmer Morphett Vale Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 139 County Fergusson

ANDERSON, Peter the Elder farmer Archerfield Morphett Vale, died c1880. He left his personal estate to his wife, Marion Anderson, absolutely. His farm land and implements in trust to his wife for life, then to be sold and the proceeds distributed absolutely amongst his children according to the terms of the will. Alexander Anderson farmer Mossgiel Morphett Vale Memorial 130/329

ANDERSON, Peter the Elder farmer Archerfield Morphett Vale, died 6/7/1880. His widow called Marion Anderson. Probably Peter Anderson the Younger farmer Springfield near Stansbury Memorial 158/358

ANDERSON, Peter [the Younger] licensed victualler Adelaide and Agnes Ellen Anderson his wife 1871 Memorial 151/258

ANDERSON, Peter the Younger farmer North Rhine Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 338 County Fergusson

ANDERSON, Peter the Younger farmer Springfield Stansbury 1882[-1900] Memorials 71/339 & 171/441

ANDERSON, Peter the Younger farmer Dalrymple Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 147 County Fergusson

ANDERSON, Peter the Younger farmer Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 147 County Fergusson

ANDERSON, Peter farmer Springfield Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1900 Grant Book 19 Page 149 County Fergusson

ANDERSON, Peter farmer Springfield Farm near Stansbury 1900. Trustee for the estate of Peter Anderson farmer Archerfield near Morphett Vale Application 24011

ANDERSON, Peter farmer West Mitcham Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1907[-1908] Grant Book 19 Page 150 County Fergusson

No 2

ANDERSON, Peter farmer Inman Valley 1874 Memorial 157/273

ANDERSON, Peter farmer Balaklava 1890 Memorial 232/401

ANDERSON, Peter farmer formerly of Inman Valley but now of Halbury 1896 Application 23099

No 3

ANDERSON, Peter farmer Gumeracha 1877 Memorial 168/299

No 4

ANDERSON, Peter sheepfarmer Courtabie Station near Talia 1895 Memorial 101/426

ANDERSON, Peter sheepfarmer near Talia Hundred of Colton land grant 1896 Grant Book 48 Page 79 County Musgrave

No 5

ANDERSON, Peter farmer Narracoorte 1901 Memorial 179/442

No 6

ANDERSON, Peter farmer Mitcham 1915. Probably a family link with Henry Anderson farmer Morphett Vales Application 26458

No 1

ANDERSON, Ralph Drummond farmer McLaren Vale Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 137 County Fergusson

ANDERSON, Ralph Drummond farmer Streaky Bay 1908 Memorial 70/460

ANDERSON, Ralph Drummond farmer formerly of Oaklands but then of Streaky Bay, died c1909. Executors; Alexander Anderson farmer Oaklands and Peter Anderson farmer formerly of Springfield but now of Mitcham Memorial 83/462

ANDERSON, Ralph Drummond farmer Streaky Bay, died 1/1/1909. Husband of Helena Gordon Anderson of Streaky Bay. Father of Peter Alexander Anderson mail driver Streaky Bay, Ralph Anderson, Gilbert Anderson and William Gordon Anderson farmers Streaky Bay. Executors; Alexander Anderson farmer Oaklands Yorke Peninsula, and Peter Anderson farmer Mitcham Memorial 218/466

ANDERSON, Richard James farmer Mt Gambier 1930 Application 27809

No 1

ANDERSON, Robert labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 228

No 2

ANDERSON, Robert farmer Section 205 Glenelg 1847[-1856]. Enrolment 44/23

ANDERSON, Robert stockholder Brighton 1848 Memorial 456/22

ANDERSON, Robert farmer Section 205 Survey B 1847. He died 21/9/ 1880, probably at Brighton Application 19517

.No 3

ANDERSON, Robert carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula 1856[-1860] Memorial 7/107

ANDERSON, Robert builder Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 27/100

No 4

ANDERSON, Robert storekeeper Robe 1857[-1861] Memorial 5/130

ANDERSON, Robert of Robe Town 1860 Application 1548

ANDERSON, Robert farmer Robe 1861 Memorial 251/179

No 5

ANDERSON, Robert of Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 107/374

ANDERSON, Robert clerk Pt Lincoln 1889 Memorial 231/400

ANDERSON, R clerk District Council of Lincoln 1886 Memorial 88/379

ANDERSON, Robert overseer of works Elliston maternal grandfather of Robert Boston WATHERSTON, Isabella Watherston, James Watherston, Edith Watherston, Frank Patten Watherston, Edward Alexander Watherston and Cyril Anderson Watherston all minors over the age of 7 the children of the late James Watherston formerly sheepfarmer Boston Island near Pt Lincoln, who died 1/8/1896 a widower and intestate. Joseph Kemp BISHOP of Boston Island was J Watherstone's business partner Memorials 31 & 78/433

ANDERSON, Robert overseer of works Pt Lincoln 1898 Memorial

ANDERSON, Robert gentleman Pt Lincoln, died 8/10/1904 Elliston. Father of Robert Cranston Anderson postmaster and telegraph operator Elliston 1906 Application 25151

ANDERSON, Robert overseer of works Pt Lincoln, was the trustee for assets in and around Pt Lincoln, for bankrupt landowner, Allan Baker, of Terlinga Station near Tungkillo 1895. R Anderson died nine years after this date. His son, RC Anderson c/- Elliston Post Office, wrote to Murray & Magarey solicitors Adelaide, who arranged to have the above Pt Lincoln land put under the RPA. ‘I have been making enquiries from my late father’s friends at Pt Lincoln, where he passed the last 6 years of his life (he was here at Elliston for 12 months only) and died on 8/10/1904. Of course, he resided here at different times prior to that … but he always took his papers with him. I knew very little of his affairs when guardian over the Watherston Family. [Other family members away for extended periods and no knowledge of when they would return]’ Application 24797

No 6

ANDERSON, Robert labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 80/12

No 7

ANDERSON, Robert yeoman Section 429 near Angaston 1856 Memorial 373/97

No 8

ANDERSON, Robert mason Kapunda 1860 Application 7456

ANDERSON, Robert mason formerly of Kapunda but then of Wallaroo Bay 1866 Application 7456

ANDERSON, Robert mason and contractor Wallaroo trustee Cemetery Wallaroo 1866 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

No 9

ANDERSON, Robert farmer Guichen Bay Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1861 Grant Book 50 Page 20 County Robe

No 10

ANDERSON, Robert clerk to WE BURTON solicitor Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 153/277

No 11

ANDERSON, Robert bank manager Hamley Bridge, became a bankrupt in 1883 Memorial 104/352

No 12

ANDERSON, Robert farmer Minlacowie 1887 Memorial 233/382  199/436

No 13

ANDERSON, Robert labourer Custon Hundred of Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1901 Grant Book 7 Page 19 County Buckingham

ANDERSON, Robert Cranston postmaster and telegraph operator Narracoorte 1915, son of Robert Anderson gentleman Pt Lincoln, who died 8/10/1904 Elliston a widower and intestate. Estate valued at £50. At the time his father died, RC Anderson was postmaster at Elliston Application 26455

ANDERSON, Robert Henry hotelkeeper Robe S-E 1920 Memorial 197/481

ANDERSON, Robert John foreman Kapunda 1950 Memorial 42/525

ANDERSON, Robert Strachan licensed victualler Adelaide 1878 Memorial 161/307

No 1 - perhaps the same person/family

ANDERSON, Thomas farmer Macclesfield 1849 Memorial 263/36.

ANDERSON, Thomas farmer Bugle Ranges 1889 Memorial 250/398 Does this go to The Elder?

No 2

ANDERSON, Thomas mariner Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 393/41

No 3

ANDERSON, Thomas labourer Hindmarsh 1853[-1855] Memorial 380/51

ANDERSON, Thomas tanner’s labourer Bacon St, Hindmarsh, died c1870 intestate and without heirs Application 11120

No 4

ANDERSON, Thomas Secretary of the National Bank of Scotland Edinburgh 1854 Deposit 91/1855

No 5

ANDERSON, Thomas farmer Mt Charles 1855[-1885] Memorial 160/81

ANDERSON, Thomas farmer Woodside 1855 Memorial 191/98

No 6

ANDERSON, Thomas farmer Bugle Ranges Hundred of Seymour land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 84 County Russell

No 7 - the Elder

ANDERSON, Thomas farmer Wistow, died 8/9/1882. His widow, Agnes Anderson, still lived at Wistow by 1884 Memorial 64/359

ANDERSON, Thomas farmer near Wistow, died c1882. Husband of Agnes Anderson. Father of John Anderson farmer Cooke Plains Memorial 64/460

ANDERSON, Thomas farmer pt Section 2855 Hundred of Macclesfield Bugle Ranges, died 1882. He left his real estate in trust for his widow, Agnes Anderson, for her lifetime, who died 2/1/1885, then to Andrew gourlay Anderson farmer Bugle Ranges for his lifetime, then to Thomas Anderson's granddaughter, Agnes WOODROW nee Anderson, wife of Walter Woodrow fisherman Milang, in remainder expectant. It appears that both Andrew Gourlay and Agnes Woodrow surrendered their rights to the real estate. In 1908, the property went to Sophia Anderson wife of Thomas Anderson the Younger farmer Echunga. John Anderson out of business Nairne appears to be of the same family, as he was an executor for Thomas Anderson Senr's will Application 25540

No 8 - the Younger

ANDERSON, Thomas carrier Echunga 1879 Memorial 234/314

ANDERSON, Thomas carrier Echunga 1884 Application 20168.

ANDERSON, Thomas carrier Echunga 1885 Farmer Bugle Ranges 1892 Applications 22236 & 22237.

ANDERSON, Thomas farmer Echunga 1895 Application 22888

No 9

ANDERSON, Thomas merchant formerly of Adelaide and Melbourne Vic, but then of Carmoustie, Co Forfar, Scotland, died 19/10/1893 Memorial 83/423

No 1

ANDERSON, William clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1842 Memorial 424/1

ANDERSON, William clerk to Mr POULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1844 Memorial 348/32

No 2

ANDERSON, William of Glen Osmond 1845 Memorial 54/5

No 3

ANDERSON, William brickmaker Bowden 1846 Memorial 279/7.

ANDERSON, William brickmaker late of Lot 6 Port Road, Hindmarsh, and formerly of Van Diemen's Land, died intestate c1854. Samson, Wicksteed and Co sold his real estate by auction on 20/9/1854 after the sale had been advertised in the newspapers Memorial 268/75

No 4

ANDERSON, William of Inverbrackie [Perhaps worked for Adrew MURDOCK stockholders Craigdarroch??] 1850 Memorial 376/27

ANDERSON, William publican Inverbrackie 1851 Memorial 121/28

ANDERSON, William publican Woodside owned the German Arms Hotel at Lobethal (Lot 6a Section 5125 Hundred of Onkaparinga - two and a quarter acres) 1851 Memorial 56/29

ANDERSON, William of Woodside 1853, leased Sections 1286 and 1006 Hundred of Adelaide known as Leawood for 7 years at £100 a year 'excluding the portion not yet fenced in reserved for a garden as marked' from March 1853 from Margaret GORTON of Adelaide Memorial 375/50

ANDERSON, William of Woodside issued an underlease of the 130 acre Leawood Estate to EJF CRAWFORD common brewer Hindmarsh at £100 a year for 7 years. Isaac GEPP occupied the residence as an undertenant. Margaret GORTON the owner of the land, had just died 1853 Memorial 485/52

No 5

ANDERSON, William yeoman Norwood 1851 Memorial 379/29.

No 6 - perhaps the same person

ANDERSON, William of Glensloy near Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 100/66

ANDERSON, William agent Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 127/188

No 7 - likely to be the same person

ANDERSON, William of Victoria Cottage, Kapunda 1859 Memorial 54/150

ANDERSON, William schoolmaster Kapunda 1860[-1865] Memorial 109/182,  Application 2453

No 8

ANDERSON, William carpenter Adelaide 1866 Application 7082

ANDERSON, William carpenter Adelaide (Currie St) Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

No 9

ANDERSON, William miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1870[-1871] Grant Book 14 Page 76 County Daly

ANDERSON, William miner Wallaroo Mines, died 1876. He left his entire estate in trust for the benefit of his sons, William Anderson and Henry Anderson miners Wallaroo Mines, until the testator's grandsons, Henry and William Anderson (sons of William and Henry Anderson respectively) came of age and inherited the estate absolutely Memorial 149/292

No 10

ANDERSON, William contractor Saddleworth 1871 Memorial 129/253

No 11

ANDERSON, William baker Adelaide 1877 Application 16276

No 12

ANDERSON, William gentleman Stepney, died 28/5/1885. He left certain real estate in Nelson St, Stepney, to his daughters, Jessie BEAUMONT and Emily BUCKETT Memorial 92/367

No 13

ANDERSON, William farmer Morchard trustee Morchard Cemetery 1879 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

No 14

ANDERSON, William station manager Konetta 1888 Memorial 153/390

ANDERSON, William formerly manager Konetta Station but then gentleman Robe, died 17/7/1915. Husband of Isabella Anderson. Father of Jessie Annie Anderson spinster. Memorial 177/477

ANDERSON, William gentleman Robe S-E, died 17/7/1915. Husband of Isabella Anderson. Father of Jessie Annie Anderson. Estate worth £900 Memorial 26/474

No 15

ANDERSON, William architect Adelaide (Currie St) 1899 Memorial 212/437, Application 23797

No 1

ANDERSON, William Alexander (sometimes called William Cranston Anderson) mail contractor Pt Lincoln) 1885[-1886] Memorial 2/368, Application 20947

ANDERSON, William Cranston gentleman Pt Lincoln 1885 Memorial 2/368

ANDERSON, William Alexander mail contractor Pt Lincoln 1886 Application 20947

ANDERSON, William Cranston farm labourer near Elliston 1906 Memorial 182/454

No 1

ANDERSON, William Wallace clerk to Messr BELT, CULLEN & WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide 1861 Memorial 187/172

ANDERSON, William Wallace solicitor Adelaide 1864[-1868] Memorial 52/199

ANDERSON, William Wallace gentleman King William St, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 140/201

ANDERSON, William Wallace solicitor Adelaide, died 24/7/1868. He left his whole estate to his wife, Fanny Anderson Memorials 147 & 148/233

ANDERSSON, Andrew credit selector Hundred of Ridley 1882 Memorial 63/344

ANDISON, Walter Eric display artist 71 Chief St, Brompton 1955 Memorial 30/530

ANDRESEN, Georg Christian Heinrich farmer Tanunda 1854[-1855] Memorial 111/66

ANDREW, CW clerk Adelaide 1911[-1912] Memorial 130/465

ANDREW, Edward James farmer Wallaroo and Annie Andrew his wife 1892[-1899] Memorial 59/413

ANDREW, Francis gardener Blackwood 1902 Memorial 50/446

No 1 – perhaps the same person

ANDREW, George farmer Pt Broughton 1884 Memorial 214/360

ANDREW, George labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 273 County Daly

No 1

ANDREW, John farmer Houghton 1850[-1854] Memorial 408/22

No 2

ANDREW, John blacksmith Angas Park 1855 Memorial 341/90

ANDREW, John blacksmith Penrice 1855[-1866] Penrice Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 182/88

ANDREW, John blacksmith formerly of Penrice 1858 but now of Rhynie 1872 Application 12116

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

ANDREW, John blacksmith near Angaston 1878 Application 16772

ANDREW, John gardener Angaston purchased land in Appleton [now part of Rhynie] 1889 Application 21664

No 4

ANDREW, John miner Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 110/149

ANDREW, John miner Woodchester 1862 Memorial 139/184

ANDREW, John miner formerly of Strathalbyn 1858 but now of Wallaroo 1866 Application 7839

No 5

ANDREW, John of Moonta 1866 Memorial 44/211

No 6

ANDREW, John drover New Auburn 1905 Memorial 92/454

ANDREW, Josiah of Currency Creek 1868 Memorial 231/229

ANDREW, Laura Emelia married woman Kensington 1929 Application 27732

ANDREW, Peter Mitchell miner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 276/57

ANDREW, Thomas farmer Pt Broughton 1887 Memorial 12/386

No 1

ANDREW, William wheelwright Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 98/31

No 2

ANDREW, William labourer Clare 1880 Memorial 210/323

No 3

ANDREW, William assistant storekeeper Bruce. Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1885 [Perhaps emigrated c1883] Grant Book 24 Page 799 County Frome

No 4

ANDREW, William photographic stock importer Goodwood Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 303 County Not named

No 5

ANDREW, William gentleman Adelaide 1902[-1909] Memorial 1/447

ANDREW, William farmer Adelaide (Halifax St), died c1910. Father of William George Andrew, Edward James Andrew and Joseph Richard Andrew. Executor; Thomas Lavers STEPHENS land agent Adelaide (Pirie St) Memorial 73/463
ANDREW, William Bennett carpenter Islington 1911 Application 26024

ANDREW, William John storekeeper Moonta 1873 Memorial 58/266

ANDREWARTHA, Erica Shirlie Hellen clerk Aldgate 1914 Memorial 176/470

No 1

ANDREWARTHA, Francis gardener Fourth Creek 1853 Memorial 275/52

ANDREWARTHA, Francis gardener near Campbelltown 1861 Memorial 201/173

ANDREWARTHA, Francis James fruiterer Adelaide 1865 Application 5963

ANDREWARTHA, Frederic Gilbert blacksmith Aldgate 1906[-1924] Memorial 17/456

No 1

ANDREWARTHA, John farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 278 County Daly

ANDREWARTHA, John farmer Penang near Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 285 County Daly

No 1

ANDREWARTHA, Josiah farmer Agery 1891 Memorial 166/409

ANDREWARTHA, Josiah farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 427 County Daly

ANDREWARTHA, Josiah farmer Penang near Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 278 County Daly

ANDREWARTHA, Richard butcher Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1895 Grant Book 13 Page 228 County Dalhousie

No 1

ANDREWARTHA, Thomas farmer formerly of Kadina but now of Moonta linked with Samuel Andrewartha farmer near Moonta 1896 Memorial 182/429

ANDREWARTHA, Thomas farmer Penang. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 425 County Daly

ANDREWARTHA, Walter Thomas farmer Boors Plains 1899 Memorial 113/437

ANDREWARTHA, William Nicholls builder Keswick 1912[-1926] Memorial 206/465

No 1

ANDREWARTHA, William Thomas miner Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grants 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 419 County Daly

ANDREWARTHA, William Thomas farmer Boors Plains linked with John and Josiah Andrewartha no description 1899 Memorial 156/437

ANDREWARTHA, William Thomas grazier Unley Park 1907 Memorial 151/457

No 1

ANDREWS, Archibald F clerk to Messrs ATKINSON & ANDREWS solicitors Adelaide 1856 Memorial 97/114

ANDREWS, AF clerk of the local court Melrose 1867[-1876] Memorial 19/228

ANDREWS, AT/F agent Melrose 1887 Memorial 241/387

ANDREWS, Benjamin SA Railways night watchman Adelaide 1866 Application 14230

ANDREWS, Benjamin William saddler Macclesfield 1856[-1857] Memorial 300/111

No 1

ANDREWS, Charles carpenter Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1858 Memorial 227/136

No 2

ANDREWS, Charles coachmaker Adelaide 1870 Application 11138

No 1

ANDREWS, Charles John of Penwortham 1856 Memorial 355/97

No 2 - probably the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 1

ANDREWS, Charles John teacher Williamstown 1861 Memorial 185/173

ANDREWS, Charles John storekeeper Williamstown 1862 Memorial 215/186

ANDREWS, Charles J storekeeper Lyndoch 1873 Memorial 89/270

ANDREWS, Clara widow near Mt Barker 1879 Memorial 31/315

No 1

ANDREWS, Edward James overseer Wirrealpa Co Taunton. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 13 County Blachford.

ANDREWS, Edward James station storekeeper Wirrealpa Co Taunton. Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 5 County Herbert

ANDREWS, Edward James station storekeeper Wirrealpa Co Taunton. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 387 County Daly

ANDREWS, Edward James clerk Wirrealpa Co Taunton. Brownlow (Hundred of Manzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 45 County Carnarvon

ANDREWS, Edward James storekeeper Wirrealpa Station Co Taunton. Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 693 County Frome

ANDREWS, Edward James clerk Wirrealpa Co Taunton. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 159 County Manchester

No 1

ANDREWS, Edward William Esquire Adelaide 1840 Director of the SA Marine and Fire and Life Assurance Co Memorial 345/74

ANDREWS, Edward William merchant Adelaide 1841[-1842] Memorial 151/1, Application 24983

ANDREWS, Edward William merchant Adelaide (Tavistock Buildings, Rundle St) 1844 Memorial 7/4

ANDREWS, Edward William formerly merchant Adelaide (Flinders St), but now newspaper proprietor Adelaide 1863 Application 3848

ANDREWS, Edward William Andrews gentleman Adelaide and Margaret Elizabeth nee HUNTER, his wife 1863 Application 4764

ANDREWS, Edward William Esquire Adelaide 1864 Application 5784

No 1

ANDREWS, Elisha iron founder Adelaide 1853 Memorial 323/46

ANDREWS, Elisha ironfounder formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler 1858 Memorial 43/136

ANDREWS, Elisha moulder Gawler 1856 Memorial 269/120

ANDREWS, Elisha machinist Gawler 1856[-1857] Memorial 52/111

ANDREWS, Elisha iron founder Gawler 1859 Memorial 214/152

ANDREWS, Elisha the Elder moulder Gawler, died 6/10/1860. His estate to go to his widow, Ann Andrews, in trust for life, then to his children, Elisha Andrews the Younger, Thomas Falves Andrews and John Andrews Memorial 273/169

ANDREWS, Elisha the Elder moulder Gawler, died c1859. Executors and trustees: James MARTIN machinist and James HARRIS storekeeper Gawler. His wife, Ann Andrews, to occupy the real estate and have the income for life. After her death, the estate to go equally to the children - Elisha Andrews the Younger, Thomas Jalves Andrews, and John Andrews, after all have turned 21 Enrolment 6/42

ANDREWS, Elizabeth widow North Adelaide, died 15/2/1906 Memorial 115/455

ANDREWS, Frank Leonard farmer Smithfield. JG Andrews mentioned but not described 1930 Memorial 23/503

No 1

ANDREWS, Frederick George gentleman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 369/11

ANDREWS, Frederick George commission agent formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 277/49

ANDREWS, FS JP of Saddleworth 1900 Memorial 148/441

ANDREWS, Frederick William storekeeper Pt Broughton. Pt Broughton (Hundred of Munoora) township allotment land grant 1907[-1913] Grant Book 14 Page 492 County Daly

No 1

ANDREWS, George builder Adelaide 1849 Memorial 306/19.

No 2

ANDREWS, George yeoman Hay Valley near Nairne 1855[-1858] Memorial 78/82

ANDREWS, George Alexander butcher Belalie Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 442 County Victoria

No 1

ANDREWS, Henry James and Walter Boyd Tate Andrews gentlemen Adelaide 1858 Memorial 115/135

ANDREWS, Henry James gentleman Adelaide 1869 Memorial 109/241

ANDREWS, Henry James gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 252 County Fergusson

ANDREWS, Henry James gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 91 County Victoria

ANDREWS, Clarissa Jane widow Forrest St, Cottesloe WA, died 9/12/1914 of rheumatic neuritis and senile decay, aged 74. Born in London, England. In SA 32 years. In WA 20 years. Married Henry James Andrews in Adelaide, aged 22 years. Children - Henry Fesenmeyer Andrews 50, Walter Frederick Andrews 48, Clarissa Maud Andrews 41, Reginald Augustus Andrews 34. 3 sons deceased. Henry James Andrews Under Secretary in the SA civil service, living at North Adelaide, died 25/4/1890. In 1902, when Clarissa Andrews married Charles John Royal Wilkinson (son of Charles Thomas Wilkinson, an Anglican priest) a bank accountant at Coolgardie, at Christ Church Claremont, Mrs Andrews was already living at Cottesloe WA. The Wilkinsons were living at Rupanyup when Mrs Andrews died Memorials 121 & 122/472

No 1

ANDREWS, Isabella Alexandrina Muir spinster Beaumont 1863[-1868]. She lent out money on mortgage Memorial 30/189, Application 5879

ANDREWS, Isabella Alexandrina Muir spinster Adelaide 1872 Memorial 144/263

ANDREWS, Isabella Alexandrina Muir spinster North Adelaide 1872 Application 11944

ANDREWS, Isabella Alexandrina Muir spinster Beaumont 1881 Memorial 36/334

ANDREWS, James of Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 61 County Daly

No 1 – the Elder, father of John Andrews of Condowie

ANDREWS, John labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 129/33.

ANDREWS, John farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 288/48

ANDREWS, John [formerly labourer Kooringa but now] farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 236/97

ANDREWS, John farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of the] Gawler Plains 1857[-1884] Memorial 125/127

ANDREWS, John farmer Gawler Plains 1864 Application 5486

ANDREWS, John farmer Gawler Plains died 21/3/1870. Estate worth £250. The whole estate to his widow, Grace Andrews, ‘for the purpose of keeping the family together’, so long as she remained a widow. If she died or remarried, the two sons, William and John Andrews, to divide the estate between them equally, and also to pay their sister, Grace Andrews, £50 a year (for how long?? For life??). Grace Andrews 26 spinster Smithfield married Richard BEST 30 farmer Smithfield (Father: John Best) on 6/2/1873 Bride’s mother’s residence Smithfield. Witnesses: William ANDREWS farmer Smithfield and Elizabeth TAYLOR of Peachey Belt. By 1884, Grace Andrews widow formerly Smithfield now lived at Condowie Application 20292

ANDREWS, Grace widow Smithfield Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1882[-1884] Grant Book 55 Page 41 County Stanley

No 2

ANDREWS, John stonemason North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 379/32

ANDREWS, John stonemason formerly of North Adelaide but now of Alberton 1853 Memorial 457/50

ANDREWS, John stone mason Queenstown 1857[-1867] Memorial 35/120

ANDREWS, John mason Alberton 1860[-1865] Memorial 144/169

ANDREWS, Agnes widow Queenstown 1871 relict of John Andrews stonemason formerly of Alberton 1865 late of Queenstown Application 11274

No 3

ANDREWS, John of Elderslie near Woodside 1860 Memorial 156/167

No 4

ANDREWS, John mariner Alberton 1860 Memorial 114/168

No 5 – the Younger, son of John Andrews of Smithfield

ANDREWS, John farmer Condowie trustee Cemetery Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

ANDREWS, John farmer Condowie Plains trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

ANDREWS, John of Condowie Plains Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1884 Grant Book 55 Page 41 County Stanley

No 6

ANDREWS (also known as ANDREW), John drover Auburn, died 16/8/1921 Memorial 176/529

ANDREWS, John George farmer Smithfield 1927 Memorial 62/497

ANDREWS, JH solicitor Adelaide 1900 Memorial 236/439

No 1

ANDREWS, Otway M of Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 14/77

ANDREWS, Otway M clerk to RB Andrews solicitor Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 41/86

ANDREWS, Otway Miles gentleman Adelaide 1857. He was a brother to WB Andrews Anglican clergyman Application 26907

ANDREWS, Otway M of Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 1/145

ANDREWS, Otway Miles gentleman Strathalbyn 1859 Memorial 88/152

ANDREWS, Otway Miles [formerly gentleman Strathalbyn but now] Esquire nr Madras, India 1866 Memorial 209/211

ANDREWS, Peter labourer Kapunda 1851 Memorial 404/33

.ANDREWS, Peter Michell formerly labourer Kapunda 1851 but now miner Vic 1867 Application 8122

ANDREWS, Reginald Augustus accountant Cottesloe WA 1915 Memorial 178/472

No 1

ANDREWS, Richard blacksmith Hahndorf 1853[-1858] Memorial 197/56

ANDREWS, Richard blacksmith Hahndorf 1854 Memorial 226/69

ANDREWS, Richard [formerly blacksmith but now] farmer Hahndorf 1856 Memorial 435/100

ANDREWS, Richard [formerly blacksmith Hahndorf but then] farmer residing at or near The Bremer 1858 Memorial 343/140

ANDREWS, Richard farmer Hope Farm near Callington on the Bremer 1858 Application 127

ANDREWS, Richard farmer The Tinpot near Callington 1859 Application 127

ANDREWS, Richard farmer Chauncey's Line near Woodchester on the Bremer 1864 Application 5652

ANDREWS, Richard farmer of the Bremer. Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1864 Grant Book 37 Page 144 County Hindmarsh

ANDREWS, Richard farmer Red Creek 1876 Application 15041

No 1

ANDREWS, Richard Bullock Esquire Brighton 1853 Memorial 310/48

ANDREWS, Richard Bullock solicitor Blakiston 1853 Memorial 431/55

ANDREWS, Richard Bullock Esquire Monalta near Belair 1864 Memorial 16/193

ANDREWS, Richard Bullock Esquire Belair 1870 Memorial 103/248

ANDREWS, Richard Bullock QC Esquire Monalta near Adelaide 1872 Memorial 141/261

ANDREWS, RB Notary Public Coolgardie WA 1896 Application 23217

No 1

ANDREWS, Robert Charles importer Norwood 1868 Memorial 50/229

ANDREWS, Robert Charles of the firm of Donaldson, Andrews and Sharland importers Adelaide 1869 Memorial 116/242

ANDREWS, Robert Charles warehouseman Kooringa 1870 Application 10981

ANDREWS, Robert Charles merchant Adelaide 1871[-1875] Memorial 152/257

ANDREWS, Robert Charles manchester warehouseman Adelaide 1883 Memorial 120/354

ANDREWS, Robert Charles and SHARLAND, William Henry warehousemen Adelaide 1882 Application 19096

ANDREWS, Robert Charles warehouseman Adelaide 1885 Application 20717

ANDREWS, Robert Charles warehouseman Glenelg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1885[-1886] Grant Book 13 Page 419 County Dalhousie

ANDREWS, Robert Tapley engraver Gilbert St, Adelaide, died c1864. His brother, Richard James ANDREWS storeman Adelaide, inherited his box of mathematical instruments. The rest of RT Andrews' estate, including any share of his father’s estate, to his wife, Lydia Andrews nee GELLAND Memorial 124/200, Enrolment 72/45

ANDREWS, Thomas gentleman Melbourne Vic 1852[-1860] He owned land in Nailsworth Memorial 425/42

ANDREWS, Thomas Felvis of Cuthero NSW, died 19/12/1890 Broken Hill NSW. Estate worth £170. Husband of Phoebe Maria Andrews. Probably a relative of John Andrews contractor Broken Hill NSW Memorial 70/410

No 1

ANDREWS, Walter Boyd Tate gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 477/67 Gentleman North Adelaide 1854 linked with Alexandrina Isabella Muir Andrews spinster North Adelaide Memorial 257/77

ANDREWS, Walter Boyd Tate Esquire Adelaide Adelaide Permanent Land and Building Association trustee1875 Application 14212

ANDREWS, Walter Boyd Tate gentleman North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 186 County Victoria

ANDREWS, Walter Boyd Tate Esquire and ANDREWS, Alexandrina Isabella Muir spinster North Adelaide 1887 Application 21245

ANDREWS, Walter George farmer Clinton trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church prob at Clinton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 136 County Daly

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ANDREWS, William labourer Kensington 1847 Memorial 225/8.

ANDREWS, William the Elder and Younger farmers Kensington 1858 Memorial 145/141

ANDREWS, William the Elder farmer [formerly of Kensington but then of] Kersbrook, died c1890 intestate. Letters of administration to his only child, William Andrews the Younger farmer Kersbrook, to settle the deceased's £270 estate Memorial 112/404

ANDREWS, William farmer Chain of Ponds and Kersbrook 1896

ANDREWS, William the Younger farmer Kersbrook 1897 Application 23497

No 2

ANDREWS, William miner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 79 County Daly

ANDREW/ANDREWS, William farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 91 County Daly

No 1

ANDREWS, William labourer Norwood 1875 Application 14236

No 3

ANDREWS, William farmer Smithfield 1881[-1914] Memorial 32/331, Application 23306

ANDREWS, William farmer Smithfield 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

ANDREWS, William farmer Smithfield, died 10/5/1928. Executors; John George Andrews and William Harold Foster Andrews farmers Smithfield Memorial 161/500  Memorial 88/429

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

ANDREWS, William farmer Gawler Plains 1891 Application 22026

No 1

ANDREWS, William Buckton clerk [in holy orders] Balhannah 1855[-1856] Memorial 3/91

ANDREWS, William Buckton clergyman Norwood 1902, proprietor of Lot 13 Byethorne Village near Nairne (Deposited Plan 23/1858) from 1871. He gave the following names of people as his tenants in a letter dated 29/7/1902 from St Bartholemew's Rectory, Norwood: … there have been many breaks in the tenancy during the time which has elapsed … In the absence of tenants, I have paid the rates whenever they were applied for'. He received the first rent for his allotment on 20/8/1862, but did not record names until 1871. Between 1871-1873 - a person named SHAW 1874-1876 Charles BLOOMFIELD 1876-187 W TODD 1877-1881 ROGERS 1881-1882 W TODD 1882-1884 Charles CARPENTER 1884 Margaret BUXTON, who died and John BUXTON took over her lease to 1885 1885-1886 Mrs NEYLON 1886-1886 C CLIFFORD 1898-1901 BAULDERSTONE 1901-1902 Edward LEISHMAN Application 24452

ANDREWS, William Howard Foster farmer Angle Vale 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

ANDREWS, William Wallace clerk Norwood Co Adelaide. Sapphiretown (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 11 Page 3 County Carnarvon

ANDREWS, WJ solicitor Adelaide 1894 Memorial 70/421

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ANDRISKE, Friedrich farmer Langmeil 1854 Memorial 18/71

ANDRISKE, Johann Friedrich farmer Siegersdorf near Tanunda 1862 Application 3275

No 2

ANDRISKE, Johann Friedrich farmer Eastern Well 1912. Nildottie Hospital trustee Grant Book 3 Page 5 County Albert

ANDRISKE, Johann Friedrich farmer Bakara farmer. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1915 Grant Book 3 Page 6 County Albert

No 1

ANDRISKE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Siegersdorf near Tanunda Co Light Hundred of Angas land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

ANDRISKE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Black Hill trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1894 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

ANDRISKE, Johann Heinrich Friedrich farmer near Tanunda 1907 Memorial 23/458

No 1

ANDRYS, Andrews labourer Sevenhill 1886[-1887] Memorial 147/375

ANDRYS, Andrews labourer formerly of Sevenhill but now of Pt Pirie 1902 Memorial 110/447

No 1

ANEAR, George mason Pt Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 396/88

ANEAR, George mason [formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of] Riverton 1861 Memorial 87/173

ANELL, John storekeeper Kooringa 1914 Memorial 30/470

ANGAS, Charles Howard stockholder Angaston 1909 Memorial 65/462

ANGAS, Charles H stockholder Angaston. Angaston Institute trustee1908 Application 25448

ANGAS, Charles Howard Angas stockholder Collingrove near Angaston and Eliza Etty Angas his wife 1911 Application 25945

ANGAS, Charles Howard pastoralist Lindsay Park near Angaston 1916, declared that he was a Director of the Willowie Land and Pastoral Association Ltd. Mt Remarkable sheep station used to belong to his father, JH Angas, from 1867. CH Angas resided at the station between 1867-1871 and 1879-1883. On 1/2/1883, JH Angas sold the station to the Adelaide Milling and Mercantile Co Ltd. Apparently this group sold the property to the Willowie Land and Pastoral Association Ltd Application 26480

No 1

ANGAS, George Fife merchant Jeffreys Square, London, Middlesex, England, ‘interested in certain contracts for the purchase of large tracts of land in the said province entered into with the said Commissioners by Charles FLAXMAN late of Adelaide … merchant upon the joint account of himself and me’ … ‘I am desirous of appointing Anthony FORSTER gentleman, now of Mare St, Hackney, Middlesex, immediately about to proceed to SA, as my agent in the said colony and in the neighbouring colonies for the general management of my property and affairs there’ 25/11/1840. Deposit 305/OA

ANGAS, George Fife MLC Salem Valley 1863 Application 3930

ANGAS, George Fife Esquire Lindsay Park, near Angaston, died 15/5/1879. Estate worth £295,150 Enrolment 16/53

ANGAS, GF Esquire Lindsay Park near Angaston. His estate under the supervision of William WRIGHT the Public Trustee, by 1918 Application 26698

ANGAS, George French born 25/4/1822 died 4/10/1886 Notting Hill, London, England. ANGAS, William Henry born 28/8/1832 died 29/7/1879 Tenby, South Wales (formerly of Tarrawatta near Angaston), sons of GF Angas of Lindsay Park, near Angaston. Memorials in the family mausoleum at Lindsay Park Application 26273

No 1

ANGAS, John Howard Esquire Tarrawatta 1847[-1857] Memorial 14/9

ANGAS, John Howard stockholder formerly of Mt Remarkable but now in parts beyond the seas 1862 Memorial 247/182

ANGAS, John Howard pastoralist Collingrove near Angaston, died 17/5/1904, of papilloma of the bladder, and 6 years' hydronephrosis, aged 80 1906 Application 25242

ANGAS, Joseph Armstrong farmer Greenock Creek 1852 Memorial 303/39

No 1

ANGAS, William Henry Esquire Tarrawatta near Angaston 1856[-1857] Memorial 233/102

ANGAS, WH of Tarrawatta but now in England 1859 Memorial 82/157

ANGEL, Albert Ernest farm assistant Whitwarta Co Stanley. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 93 County Chandos

ANGEL, Alfred Albion labourer Kapunda. His wife, Lucy Angel, died 28/5/1926. Estate worth £170 Memorial 32/498

No 1

ANGEL, Charles accountant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1917 Memorial 34/475

ANGEL, Charles estate agent Adelaide (Pirie St) 1937 Application 28079

ANGEL, Frank M accountant Adelaide (113 Grenfell St) 1914 Memorial 149/471

ANGEL, Henry Robert shipowner usually of West Kennington, Middlesex, England but at present residing at Pt Adelaide 1889 Memorial 161/296

No 1

ANGEL, John James farmer near Freeling 1872 Memorial 100/258

ANGEL, John James labourer Mt Templeton Co Gawler Hundred of Goyder land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 412 County Stanley

No 1 – the Elder

ANGEL, Joseph labourer Happy Valley 1851 Memorial 464/31

ANGEL, Joseph labourer O'Halloran Hill 1856 Hundred of Munno Para land purchase Memorial 115/105

ANGEL, Joseph farmer O'Halloran Hill 1863 Memorial 106/410

No 2 - likely a continuation of No 1

ANGEL, Joseph of Tapley Hill 1861 Memorial 290/170

No 3 – the Younger

ANGEL, Joseph farmer Pt Wakefield Hundred of Goyder land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 412 County Stanley

ANGEL, Joseph gardener formerly of O'Halloran Hill but now of Kulpara. Linked with Francis J Angel farmer Kulpara 1891 Memorial 107/410

No 1

ANGEL, Richard 47 bootmaker married Elizabeth CARTER 32 widow [probably relict of Thomas Carter joiner Adelaide who died c1850] on 22/11/1851 St John Adelaide Witnesses: James JAMIESON and Ursula BARLOW Application 21360

ANGEL, Richard bootmaker Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 60/51

ANGEL, Richard shoemaker of Adelaide and Melbourne Vic, died c1853. He left his whole estate to his wife, Elizabeth Angel, absolutely Memorial 276/103

ANGEL, Elizabeth wife of Richard Angel bootmaker Melbourne Vic formerly Elizabeth CARTER widow of the late Thomas Carter carpenter Adelaide deceased 1853 Memorial 331/52

ANGEL, S bank manager Norwood 1910[-1912] Memorial 116/463

No 1

ANGEL, Thomas Henry farmer Freeling Co Light. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

ANGEL, Thomas Henry farmer Napperby trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Napperby Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

ANGEL, Thomas Henry farmer Napperby, had died by 1902 instestate. Letters of administration to Elizabeth widow Napperby to settle the estate Grant Book 60 Page 396 County Victoria

ANGEL, Elizabeth widow Napperby [Mrs Thomas Henry Angel nee Elizabeth WARNER] Hundred of Napperby land grant 1889 Grant Book 60 Page 392 County Victoria

No 1

ANGEL, William labourer Edwardstown 1853 Memorial 281/48

ANGEL, William farmer South Road 1855 Memorial 420/84

ANGEL, William farmer Kings Belt near Sheaoak Log 1858 Memorial 128/133

ANGEL, William farmer The Light Hundred of Light land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 196 County Light

ANGEL, William farmer Brunswick Farm near Freeling 1865 Application 6047

ANGEL, William the Elder farmer Brunswick Farm near Freeling, died 1871. His real estate in trust to his wife, Eliza Angel, for life, then to his sons, William Angel the Younger, John James Angel and Thomas Henry Angel, absolutely in remainder expectant according to instructions in the will Memorial 218/257

ANGEL, Eliza widow Freeling 1874, relict of the late William Angel the Elder farmer Brunswick Farm near Freeling who died 5/1/1872. She had a life interest in the farm, with their son, John James Angel, inheriting absolutely in remainder expectant. She could not write Application 14005

No 2

ANGEL, William of Hindmarsh 1890 Application 21809

ANGEL, William George farmer Whitwarta Co Stanley. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 93 County Chandos

No 1

ANGELINAWICH, Antony master mariner Pt Adelaide 1891 Applications 22160, 23277

ANGELINAWICH, Antony master mariner Pt Adelaide and Susan Angelinawich his wife 1897 Memorial 85/432

ANGELINAWICH, Antonio master mariner Pt Adelaide 1899 Memorial 167/438

ANGELINAWICH, Anthony sometimes known as Antonio Angelinawich master mariner Pt Adelaide 1904 Application 24879

ANGELINAWICH, Susanna widow Langham Place, Portland Estate Pt Adelaide 1916 Application 26553

ANGELINAWICH, Susan widow Portland Estate, died 7/7/1917. Estate worth £1,652. Mother of Mary WHELAN. Sister to Mary MASKELL 'out of religion' but now called Sister Casimir of the Convent of St Joseph Sydney NSW. Aunt to Emily HARVEY spinster, Mary Ann HEATH wife of Frederick Heath, William Henry Harvey hotelkeeper, Susannah Harvey spinster, James Thomas Harvey storeman, Elizabeth Emma COADY wife of Alexander Coady and Arthur Herbert Harvey clerk Memorial 192/475

ANGELINAWICH, Anthony John mariner Birkenhead changed his name to Anthony John ANGELIN 1918. Born at Pt Adelaide of British parents Memorial 135/477

ANGELINAWICH, John Matthew teacher Birkenhead changed his name to JM ANGELIN 1928 Memorial 30/500

ANGELL, Arthur Nelson accountant Adelaide (Grenfell St) and Charles Angell sharebroker Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1903 Memorial 183/448

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ANGELL, Charles of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 36/395

ANGELL, Charles sharebroker Adelaide 1899 Memorial 95/438

ANGELL, Emma married woman Eastwood formerly Emma BALLS widow of the late Henry Balls formerly of Milang now deceased. Mrs Angell received the rents from a block of shops at Milang to support her children by her late husband - tenants HW SUMMERS butcher Milang, CLEWORTH & LEIGHTON storekeepers Milang, and Mr WHISSON bootmaker Milang 1885 Memorial 22/366

ANGELL, John labourer Unley 1852[-1860] Memorial 180/42

ANGLAY, James farm servant Lower Light 1872 Memorial 147/261

ANGOVE, Mary married woman home duties Jamestown 1950 Application 28769

ANGOVE, Thomas Carlyon company director Renmark Chairman of Directors of Angove's Ltd Bookmark Ave, Renmark, and Dorothy Cotgrave Angove widow 5 Korra Ave, Kensington Gardens 1948. A link with Emma Angove, who died 12/8/1938 Application 28592

ANGUS, Henry coach manufacturer Newcastle on Tyne Sections 534, 636, 643, 646, 651, 652, Sources of the Rhine and Gawler Rivers. Appointed JH Angas Esquire Tarrawatta as his local attorney 28/6/1855 Deposit 245/1856

No 1

ANGUS, John Hall clerk to WA WEARING barrister Adelaide 1865[-1867] Memorial 29/202

ANGUS, John Hall clerk to James BROOK solicitor Adelaide 1870 Memorial 53/261

ANGUS, John Hall minister of the gospel Pt Adelaide linked with WJ Angus cutter Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 228/326

ANGUS, John Hall minister of the gospel Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 244/349

ANGUS, John Hall minister of the gospel formerly of Mt Pleasant but now of Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 26/373

ANGUS, John Hall Miniser of the Gospel formerly of SA but now of Wangaratta Vic 1898 Application 23622

ANGUS, John Hall minister of the gospel formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Wangaratta Vic 1899[-1904] Memorial 70/438

ANGUS, Samuel Barnard farmer Mallala 1938 Application 28137

No 1

ANGUS, William 48 bachelor farmer Melrose (Father: William Angus) married Sarah YATES 50 widow Melrose (Father: Thomas DEWHURST) on 10/4/1875 Mrs Yates's dwelling Melrose. Minister: Paul C THOMAS. Witnesses: AF ANDREWS clerk of court Melrose and Susan Andrews of Melrose. Sarah Angus died 13/7/1896, of cerebral disease, aged 71. William Angus farmer Melrose died 3/11/1907 of a week's influenza and heart failure, aged 82 Application 25964

ANGUS, William farmer Melrose and Sarah Angus his wife formerly Sarah YATES widow of the late Charles Yates formerly farmer Melrose now deceased 1876 Memorial 145/295

ANGUS, William died 3/11/1907. Sarah Angus died 20/7/1896 Memorial 141/459

No 2

ANGUS, William law clerk Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 206/337

ANGUS, William auctioneer's clerk Pt Adelaide 1894 Memorial 78/422

No 3

ANGUS, William undertaker's assistant Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22960

No 4

ANGUS, William retired farmer formerly of Gilberton but now of 17 Robe Tce, Medindie 1956 Memorial 44/531

ANGWIN, Richard builder Little Adelaide 1906 Application 25228

No 1

ANKOR, William the Elder labourer Springbank nr Adelaide 1851 Memorial 203/38

ANKOR, William the Elder labourer Springbank and Jane Ankor, his wife. Jane Ankor died c1869 and was buried in St Mary’s Sturt cemetery. They had only one son, William Thomas Ankor the Younger, born 19/5/1852 District of Adelaide. He was a labourer Cariewerlue Head Station 1881 labourer Adelaide 1882. Benjamin ROSE farmer Edithburgh 1881 first knew the family in 1853 at their property on South Road. He married the Ankors’ youngest daughter, in 1861 and was in the house when his mother-in-law died. Bridget Hehir Considine wife of Michael Considine labourer Springbank also knew the Ankor family well Application 18625

ANKOR, William labourer [formerly of Springbank nr Adelaide but now of] Cariewerlue Station north-west of Pt Augusta 1878 Memorial 140/311

No 1

ANLEY, Martha widow Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18654.

ANLEY, Martha widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1886 Application 21121.

ANNAN, William clerk Glasgow, Scotland 1844. He had links with William AULD accountant Glasgow, who did business with William JOHNSTON of Oakbank. [Did Mt Annan’s name originate with this link?] Memorial 466/4

ANNEAR, Benjamin stone mason Kooringa 1850[-1853] Memorial 69/25

ANNEAR, David grocer Brompton 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

ANNEAR, George mason Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 17/131

No 1

ANNELLS, CH clerk to FrederickFoote TURNER solicitor Gawler 1866[-1874] Memorial 24/213

ANNELLS, CH of Tod St, Gawler 1869 Memorial 22/237

ANNELLS, Charles Henry merchant's clerk Gawler 1875 Memorial 145/281

ANNELLS, Charles Henry accountant Gawler 1898 Application 23583

ANNELLS, Charles Henry accountant Gawler, died 7/4/1915. Father of Mabel Emilie Field wife of Frederick Victor Field engineer Broken Hill NSW, Amy Parnell FORGIE wife of Matthew Wilson Forgie carpenter Gawler, Irene Parnell Annells and Norma Florence Annells Memorial 106/492

ANNELLS, Charles Henry accountant Gawler, died 7/4/1915. His household effects to his widow, Emily Annells. The rest of his personal and real estate to go into trust to provide an income for his wife during her lifetime or widowhood, then to sell the estate and to divide the proceeds equally amongst the four daughters - Mabel Emilie FIELD, Amy Parnell FORGIE, Irene Parnell Annells and Norman Florence Annells - for their own use entirely. The sons-in-law, Frederick Victor Field engineer Broken Hill NSW and Matthew Wilson FORGIE carpenter Gawler - to be the executors and trustees. Estate worth £2,100. Emily Annells widow Gawler, died 4/2/1925. She left her entire estate in equal shares to the two unmarried daughters, or the whole estate to one unmarried daughter, if one had married in the meantime. If all daughters had married, the estate to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally amongst the four ANNELLLS daughters. Estate worth £500. Matthew Wilson FORGIE carpenter Gawler - to be the executor 1929 Application 27739

ANNELLS, Edward Thomas stationmaster Kingston S-E 1885 Memorial 124/371

No 1

ANNELLS, George R clerk to FF TURNER solicitor Gawler 1876 Memorial 93/289

ANNELLS, GR accountant Adelaide 1900[-1911] Memorial 9/441

ANNELLS, Jabez Millard draper Argent St, Broken Hill NSW 1890 Memorial 36/405

No 1

ANNELLS, John mason Gawler 1859 Memorial 179/157

ANNELLS, John storeman Gawler 1867[-1870] Memorial 243/232

ANNELLS, John storeman Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

ANQUETIL, Norman manager Millswood 1923 Application 27147

ANSBURY, George farmer Yanyarrie 1881 Memorial 170/334

No 1

ANSELL, Bert clerk Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

ANSELL, Bert company secretary Strathalbyn. Trustee Strathalbyn Bowling Club 1953 Memorial 44/528

No 1

ANSELL, Charles of the Prince of Wales Hotel, Watervale 1858 Memorial 244/139

ANSELL, Charles licensed victualler Stuarts Hotel Saddleworth 1868[-1869] Memorial 235/233

ANSELL, Charles innkeeper Saddleworth, died 24/1/ 1876. He left his entire estate equally absolutely between his wife, Margaret Ansell, and his youngest daughter, Sarah Ann Ansell Memorial 82/297

ANSELL, Charles William farmer Bletchley 1930 Memorial 81/503

ANSELL, George farmer Strathalbyn and Martha Ansell his wife 1918 Memorial 177/476

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ANSELL, James farmer Belair 1884 Memorial 14/361

ANSELL, James farmer Strathalbyn 1891 Memorial 226/407

ANSELL, James farmer Strathalbyn, died 8/7/1905. His wife, Elizabeth Ansell, had already died. Linked with George Ansell farmer Strathalbyn and Martha Ansell his wife Memorial 27/454

No 1

ANSELL, Margaret widow Saddleworth 1882 Memorial 138/339

ANSELL, Margaret widow Saddleworth, died 22/5/1915. Executor; Walter Henry BEE storekeeper Saddleworth. Bequests to Emily MCBEATH wife of James McBeath of Tilcha WA, Mary WRIGHT spinster Saddleworth, Mrs Walter Wright widow Saddleworth, Mrs George Wright widow Saddleworth, Mrs WILMOT daughter of Mrs George Wright ' and Beatrice HARROLD wife of George Harrold of Tilcha WA. 'I give to Mrs George Wright of Saddleworth my cockatoo' 'I direct that my remains be interred in the Saddleworth Cemetery in a plain cedar coffin and that a railing be placed round my last resting place and a small headstone with suitable inscription erected at my grave' Memorial 77/473

ANSELL, Sarah Ann youngest daughter of Charles and Margaret Ansell of Saddleworth married Louis STOPP labourer Saddleworth. She died 1/9/1879 intestate, of puerperal convulsions at Saddleworth, aged 23. By 1915, Louis Stopp was a brewery employee at Clare Memorials 152 & 158/473 and RPA Search 951

ANSELL, Sarah spinster Pt Victor Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 37 Page 336 County Hindmarsh

No 1

ANSLOW, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1841 Application 19802

ANSLOW, Thomas draper Hindley St, Adelaide 1846 Memorial 493/5 about to proceed to Sydney NSW power of attorney to RD HANSON gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 202/21.

No 1 - probably the same person

ANSON, Henry of Kadina 1872 Memorial 78/263

ANSON, Henry chemist Kadina 1878 Memorial 87/308

ANSON, Henry chemist Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 182/388

ANSTEY, Charles publican Adelaide (Golden Rule Hotel, Pirie St) 1883 Memorial 210/350

No 1

ANSTEY, Charles John carpenter Waterport near Pt Elliot 1857[-1886] Memorial 151/126

ANSTEY, Charles John carpenter Pt Elliot 1887 Application 21185

ANSTEY, Frank bank clerk Narracoorte 1893[-1894] Memorial 80/418

ANSTEY, George gentleman Pt Elliot 1869 Memorial 121/242

No 1

ANSTEY, George Alexander Esquire Highercombe 1844[-1850] Memorial 376/70

North Kapunda Mining Company Trustee 1850 Memorial 203/23

ANSTEY, George Alexander Esquire formerly of Highercombe but now of Brussels in the Kingdom of Belgium but at present temporarily residing Bath's Hotel, Dover St, Piccadilly, Middlesex, England 1855 Memorial 34/90

ANSTEY, George Alexander formerly of Highercombe SA, usually of Brussels, Belgium, but for now at Batto Hotel, Dover St, Piccadilly, Middlesex, England 25/4/1855 appointed Thomas Giles of the Gilbert River SA as his local attorney. He had shifted to Melbourne by 1865 and Giles was at Glenelg. James SMITH merchant Adelaide appointed 24/3/1879. GA Anstey was on a holiday in SA at that stage Deposits 208/1865 and 76/1879

ANSTEY, George Alexander Esquire formerly of Highercombe and Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1861 Memorial 136/205

ANSTEY, George Alexander Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of 5 Little St James St, London, Middlesex, England 1865 Enrolment 74/46

ANSTEY, George Alexander Esquire of parts beyond the sea 1880 Application 18112

ANSTIS, James farmer McLaren Vale 1892[-1899] Memorial 112/414

ANSTREY, Mary Ann spinster Apoinga 1855 Memorial 319/90

No 1

ANTHES, Friedrich gardener The Vallies near Nairne 1854[-1859] Memorial 105/74

ANTHES, Fredrich gardener Elderslie near Inverbrackie 1861 Application 2532

ANTHES, Friedrich gardener Parkside 1869[-1870] Memorial 14/240

ANTHES, Friedrich gardener Millbrook 1872 Application 12439

ANTHONY, Charles Edward clerk Mintaro subleased the Devonshire Hotel, Mintaro, from Edward CLARKE brewer Auburn, for 7 years at £190 a year 1877 Memorial 115/303

ANTHONY, Frank clerk Kent Town linked with HS Anthony land broker Adelaide 1873 Memorial 180/269

ANTHONY, FJ brewer's assistant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1893 Memorial 233/419

ANTHONY, Frederick Percival labourer Pt Lincoln 1936 Memorial 52/510

ANTHONY, G Liddon of Adelaide secretary of the Markaranka Irrigation Co Ltd of 62 Brookman's Buildings, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1903 [The Company apparently based its operations in the Hundred of Murray or Stuart, North-West Bend Murray River] Memorials 226-227/449

No 1

ANTHONY, HS clerk Adelaide 1868 Memorial 143/234

ANTHONY, Henry Strype land broker Adelaide 1872[-1881] Memorial 165/262

ANTHONY, Henry Strype licensed land broker Adelaide 1872 Application 12321

ANTHONY, HS of Leigh St, Adelaide 1872[-1876] Memorial 249/264

ANTHONY, HS land broker Adelaide (Leigh St) 1873[-1885] Memorial 213/270

ANTHONY, HS of Church Office Adelaide 1877 Memorial 236/304

ANTHONY, HS Registrar of the [Anglican] Diocese of Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 135/324

ANTHONY, Henry Strype accountant Adelaide 1881 Application 18922

ANTHONY, Henry Strype common brewer Adelaide 1882 Application 19323

ANTHONY, Henry Strype brewer Adelaide 1889 Application 21745

No 1

ANTHONY, John farmer Glenelg 1842[-1844]. He was about to take a 20 year lease of four sections of the Meadows Special Survey from Robert CRAIGIE merchant Adelaide, at £32/12/- for the 1st 10 and £48/18/- for the last 10 years 1842 Memorial 382/1.

ANTHONY, John gentleman Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 160/42.

ANTHONY, John gentleman formerly of Glenelg but now of Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 242/68

No 1

ANTHONY, JB clerk to Messrs SYME & SISON of Pirie St, Adelaide 1892[-1894] Memorial 208/414

ANTHONY, JB traveller Adelaide (Pirie St) 1895 Memorial 247/423

No 1

ANTHONY, John Shephard merchant Pt Adelaide 1866[-1867] Memorial 213/214

Shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1866[-1867] Memorial 217/214

ANTHONY, John Shepherd merchant Pt Wakefield 1868 Memorial 105/236

ANTHONY, John Shepherd corn factor Pt Wakefield 1872[-1876] Memorial 237/268

ANTHONY, John Shepherd JP of Pt Wakefield 1876 Memorial 3/289

ANTHONY, John Shepherd auctioneer Pt Wakefield 1879 Memorial 237/315

ANTHONY, Sarah Liddon spinster Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 85/236

No 1

ANTHONY, Thomas mine agent Kurilla Mine 1882 Memorial 83/343

ANTHONY, Thomas mining agent Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882[-1883] Grant Book 14 Page 88 County Daly

No 1

ANTHONY, William innkeeper Adelaide 1841 Memorial 462/38

ANTHONY, William and GILPIN, Bernard, in partnership as sheep farmers Strathalbyn, mortgage of 1,400 sheep to the Directors of the Adelaide Auction Co, for £200 1842. Memorial 405/1.

ANTHONY, William settler Angas Special Survey 1843 Memorial 232/3.

No 1

ANTOINE, John farmer Noarlunga 1853[-1856] Memorial 408/47

ANTOINE, John farmer Morphett Vale 1863[-1871] Memorial 221/189, Application 11464

ANTOINE, John farmer Hackham 1871[-1876] Memorial 65/252

ANTONEY, George labourer Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 220 County Victoria

No 1

ANTONEY, John labourer Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 49 County Sturt

ANTONEY, Sarah married woman Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 58 Page 384 County Sturt

ANTONIO, Herbert farmer Noarlunga 1962, born 19/4/1896 Noarlunga, declared he had lived there all his life Application 29508

ANTONIO, John farmer Hackham 1886 Application 20833

ANTONIO, Thomas farmer Noarlunga 1920 Memorial 6/481

ANTONSON, Magnus Theodor farmer Pt Pirie 1885 Memorial 118/368

No 1

ANTWIS, George teamster Williamstown 1921 Memorial 73/483

ANTWIS, George teamster Williamstown, died 5/9/1922 intestate. Husband of Isabella Antwis Memorial 25/501

No 1 - probably mixture of the Elder and Younger

ANTWIS, William farmer Yatta Creek near Williamstown 1866 Memorial 41/209

ANTWIS, William contractor Williamstown. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1903 Grant Book 2 Page 51 County Adelaide

ANTWIS, William saddler Gawler East 1910 Memorial 149/463

ANTWIS, William saddler Gawler 1937 Memorial 159/510

APEL, Carl of Tanunda 1852[-1853] Memorial 222/49

APPELBY, William carrier Petersburg Hundred of Yongala land grant 1913 Grant Book 13 Page 213 County Dalhousie

No 1

APPELKAMP, Hermann of Littlehampton 1864 Application 4910

APPELKAMP, Hermann innkeeper Kanmantoo 1869 Memorial 224/243

APPELKAMP, Hermann licensed victualler Kanmantoo, took out a 7-year lease of the Oakfield Hotel, Mt Barker, 'together with the garden in the rear of the hotel and the paddock known as the lucerne paddock' for £120 a year from Lachlan MCFARLANE hotelkeeper Mt Barker 1870 Memorial 147/246

APPELKAMP, Hermann Johann James police trooper Penola 1883 Application 19731

APPELKAMP, Hermann Joseph John formerly farmer Woodchester on the Bremer but now labourer Kadina 1906. Linked with Friedrich Wilhelm Edwin Appelkamp formerly farmer Woodchester but now labourer Meningie, executor for the will of the late Josephine MAIDMENT widow near Woodchester, who died 3/5/1900, their mother. Also likely that Josephine Gesine Hermine Antoinette HARVEY wife of Henry Harvey farmer near Woodchester, was a daughter Memorials 47 & 48/455

No 1

APPELT, FGE storekeeper Eudunda 1882 Memorial 25/338

APPELT, Friedrich Gotthelf Ernst storekeeper Eudunda. Emmaeus Lutheran Church trustee 1928 Memorial 155/500

APPELT, Friedrich Theodor store assistant Eudunda. Emmaeus Lutheran Church trustee 1928 Memorial 155/500

APPERLY, HW resident secretary of the AMP Society in SA 1894 Memorial 120/423

APPLEBEE, Benjamin farmer Mt Torrens 1855[-1857] Memorial 243/80

APPLEBEE, Colin Keith and Norman James Applebee farmers Two Wells trading under the style or firm of NJ & CK Applebee 1952 Memorial 38/528

No 1 - probably the same person

APPLEBEE, Joseph brickmaker Bowden 1850[-1857] Memorial 354/22.

APPLEBEE, Joseph farmer Pt Gawler 1858[-1868] Memorial 176/143, Application 8387

APPLEBEE, Joseph formerly brickmaker Bowden 1847 but now farmer Gawler River 1868 Application 9245

APPLEBEE, Joseph formerly brickmaker Bowden 1855 but now farmer Pt Gawler 1876 Application 14864

APPLEBEE, Joseph farmer Smithfield 1879 Application 17476

APPLEBEE, Stanley Ronald clerk 1944 clerk of the Corporation of Kensington & Norwood since 1938 Application 28368

No 1 - probably the same person

APPLEBEE, William of Battunga near Macclesfield servant to Mr DAVENPORT 1843 Memorial 178/3

APPLEBEE, William farmer Strathalbyn 1855[-1858] Memorial 279/88

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

APPLEBEE, William farmer Mt Gamber 1863 Memorial 230/196

APPLEBEE, William John railway employee Bowden 1890 Application 21827

APPLEBY, Charlotte of Norwood 1888 Memorial 151/390

APPLEBY, FW clerk to Harold Edward Farmer/Turner solicitor Adelaide 1897 Memorial 155/430

No 1

APPLEBY, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 394/45

APPLEBY, James mariner Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 142/91

APPLEBY, James stevedor Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 217/83

APPLEBY, James labourer Pt Adelaide, died 29/4/1860 Melbourne Public Hospital Vic, intestate. John Appleby dealer Pt Adelaide was his son and heir at law. Philip HAINS dealer Pt Adelaide knew the Appleby family well Application 14207.

APPLEBY, James stevedore Pt Adelaide, died intestate. He had married 28/1/1836 Stepney parish church Middlesex, England, Rebecca MYERS, daughter of George and Abigail Meyers [George Myers later dealer Pt Adelaide]. Eldest and only son John APPLEBY born 25/2/1837 now dealer Pt Adelaide, was heir at law of his father’s estate. Charles HAINS general dealer Pt Adelaide declared that he had known James Appleby since he was a boy. Hains and Appleby had visited Melbourne Vic together in April 1860. Appleby became ill and Hains admitted him to hospital, where he died intestate 29/4/1860. Application 2851

No 1

APPLEBY, John dealer Pt Adelaide 1861[-1869] Memorial 195/179

APPLEBY, John clerk Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 109/275

APPLEBY, John clerk Pt Adelaide heir at law of the late James Appleby labourer Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13533

APPLEBY, John pawnbroker Pt Adelaide linked with Rebecca Appleby widow Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 24/280

APPLEBY, John dealer Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14207

No 1

APPLEDORE, James mason Adelaide 1855 Memorial 290/88

APPLEDORE, Mary widow Adelaide 1862, She could not write Application 3538

APPLEDORE, James Henry, Mary Jane HOLMES and Richard Appledore brothers and sister won a case heard in the SA Supreme Court on 14/9/1868 against Benjamin CORNISH and Mary Cornish his wife for occupying a cottage without paying rent for 11 months. The Cornishes had to pay a fine and the back rent with 10% interest Memorial 38/234

APPLETON, Augusta widow Harrogate 1904 Application 24766

No 1

APPLETON, F storekeeper's assistant Delamere 1886 Memorial 81/382

APPLETON, Francis storekeeper Reynella 1902 Memorial 148/447

No 1

APPLETON, George labourer Alberton 1848[-1850] Memorial 316/12.

APPLETON, George yeoman Section 436 Survey B 1850 Memorial 117/27.

APPLETON, George formerly yeoman 1850 but now carrier Section 463 District B Reedbeds 1867 Application 8309

No 1

APPLETON, Henry farmer near Nairne .Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel & School Nairne 1850 Memorial 103/304

APPLETON, Henry farmer Do the Boys Hall near Mt Barker 1854.e Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Nairne Enrolment 11/29

APPLETON, Henry farmer Do The Boys Hall near Mt Barker. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1854 Application 20405

APPLETON, Henry farmer Do the Boys Hall on the Bremer 1857 Memorial 190/131

APPLETON, Henry farmer Blakiston 1855 Memorial 36/80

APPLETON, Henry farmer Blakiston Mt Barker Crafers Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1875 Application 14285

APPLETON, Henry farmer near Balhannah 1878 Application 16975

APPLETON, Henry farmer Balhannah. He rented land from the Smillie Estate 1882 Application 19038

APPLETON, Henry farmer Do the Boys Hall near Nairne owned 6 and one pt Sections of land (367 acres mostly odd sizes) in the Hundreds of Onkaparinga, Macclesfield and Kanmantoo at the time of his death. John PALTRIDGE agent Mt Barker used to be his agent, then his executor, along with George Hart THEOBALD wheelwright Hay Valley 1885 Application 20723

APPLETON, Henry farmer Do the Boys Hall, near Nairne, died 28/1/1885, of carditis, aged 86. Trustee Nairne Primitive Methodist Chapel Application 20893

APPLETON, John farmer Sheaoak Log 1855[-1856] Memorial 295/82

APPLETON, LR JP of Barmera 1945 Memorial 98/519

APPLETON, Richard schoolmaster Happy Valley 1862 Application 3194

APPLIN, Mrs widow York on the Port Road 1884 Application 20309

ARBERY, Frederick Stanley Clerk Kapunda 1952, Town Clerk to the Corporation of the Town of Kapunda for 13 years 8 months Application 28856

No 1

ARBON, Abraham yeoman Norwood 1852 Memorial 407/41.

ARBON, Abraham miner Norwood 1852[-1857] Memorial 94/46

No 1

ARBON, Alfred farmer Mundoora 1887 Memorial 123/386

ARBON, Alfred farmer Mundoora Hundred of Wokurna land grant 1891 Grant Book 15 Page 46 County Daly

ARBON, Alfred Henry clerk Pt Lincoln 1956 Application 29210

ARBON, Charles farmer near Hoyleton 1885 Memorial 231/369

No 1

ARBON, Edward labourer Gawler and Elizabeth Jane Arbon his wife 1910 Memorial 125/462

ARBON, Elizabeth Jane widow Gawler, died 23/4/1937 Adelaide Hospital (relict of the late Edward Arbon) Mother of George Francis Arbon labourer 188 King William Rd, Hyde Park and Walter Edward Arbon salesman Victor Harbor; also Winnifred Mary Matilda Arbon and Mabel Elizabeth Arbon. Memorial 68/511

No 1

ARBON, Edward the Younger farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 476 County Daly

No 1

ARBON, Frederick farmer Warnertown 1895 Memorial 203/423

ARBON, Frederick farmer Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1901 Grant Book 60 Page 238 County Victoria

ARBON, Frederick Arthur grocer Brighton. Brighton Baptist Church trustee 1924 Memorial 71/490

ARBON, Joseph and Thomas farmers Hundred of Barunga 1893 Memorial 219/417

ARBON, Robert farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 13/115

ARBON, Stephen Thomas farmer Mundoora Co Daly. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1917 Grant Book 6 Page 35 County Buccleuch

ARBON, Thomas farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1886[-1894] Grant Book 14 Page 476 County Daly

No 1

ARBUCKLE, Margaret widow Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 317/58

ARBUCKLE, Margaret storekeeper Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 414/70

ARCH, Arthur hatter Adelaide (Rundle St) 1884 Memorial 205/357

ARCHER, Alfred brickmaker Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 323/81

No 1

ARCHER, Alfred JE accountant Adelaide 1904[-1911] Memorial 206/451

ARCHER, Alfred John Ernest acting manager of the Executor Trustee and Agency Company of SA Ltd, 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1909 Application 25555

ARCHER, Alfred JE accountant Adelaide (Executor Trustee and Agency Co Lt 22 Grenfell St) 1921 Memorial 107/482

ARCHER, BA secretary Adelaide (27 Franklin St) 1949 Memorial 14/524

ARCHER, Edmond Lewis surgeon 33 Parkhurst Road, Holloway, Middlesex, England, formerly of Moonta Yorke Peninsula, appointed Robert Kendray Archer surgeon Moonta as his attorney to collect debts 12/10/1881 Deposit 194/1882

ARCHER, Edward Lewis surgeon Moonta 1892 Memorial 86/412

ARCHER, Frederick Edwards surveyor Clare 1861[-1865] Memorial 337/172

No 1

ARCHER, James wine merchant Adelaide 1850 Memorial 216/28

ARCHER, James wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1855 Memorial 258/88

ARCHER, James wine and spirit merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to John Henry KAINES wine and spirit merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/12/1855 Deposit 282/OA

ARCHER, James formerly wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1855 but now of parts beyond the sea 1871 Application 11438.

No 2

ARCHER, James horse minder Tingatingana Station Out of Hundreds. Lyndhurst (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 65 Page 278 County Not named

ARCHER, John Bailie, died 8/1/1877. His widow, Elizabeth Archer, of 15 Shooters Hill Road, Blackheath, Kent formerly of 4 Woodlands Tce, Blackheath, appointed Henry Edward Downer, Alexander George Downer, and John Henry Kaines solicitors Adelaide to sell her husband’s SA real estate Deposit 117/1892

ARCHER, ML proclaimed bank manager Burra 1950 Memorial 62/525

No 1

ARCHER, Robert Kendray surgeon Moonta linked with Edmond Lewis Archer surgeon formerly of Moonta but now of 33 Parkhurst Rd, Holloway, Middlesex 1881 Memorial 22/340

ARCHER, Robert Kendray surgeon Moonta 1885 Memorial 244/363

ARCHER, Robert Kendray medical practitioner Semaphore 1894 Memorial 90/421

ARCHER, Robert Kendray medical practitioner Exeter, bought Lot 4 Mortimer St, Exeter, in January 1894. By May of that year, he had fenced in the land, erected a shade house and laid out a tennis court. By May 1894, he was described as living at Semaphore Application 22654

ARCHER, Robert Kendray medical practitioner of parts beyond the sea 1901 Application 24197

ARCHIBALD, David agent Moonta 1896 Memorial 182/429

No 1

ARCHIBALD, James draper Adelaide 1875 Memorial 213/281

ARCHIBALD, James draper Burnside 1882 Application 19427

ARCHONG, William farmer Mt Hope 1901 Memorial 59/444

ARDEN, Alice widow Willaston 1852 widow of the late Aaron Arden formerly yeoman Willaston but now deceased. She had four sons, probably by a former marriage - Henry SERGENT, James Sergent, Aaron Sergent and William Sergent. Memorial 355/40.

ARDILL, J licensed landbroker Adelaide 1923 Memorial 19/489

ARELIER, Alfred brickmaker Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 323/81

AREND, Carl August Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Redruth nr Kooringa 1854[-1855] Memorial 438/98

AREND, Frederick Patrick farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1921 Memorial 154/482, Application 26997

No 1

ARGENT, George Spencer blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 6/454

ARGENT, George Spencer blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1905[-1906] Application 27606

ARGENT, Hurtle Stanley farmer Smithfield 1941 Memorial 72/515

No 1

ARGENT, John farmer Peachey Belt 1857 Memorial 204/124

ARGENT, John farmer Peachey Belt 1861. He could not write Application 2540

ARGENT, John farmer Penfield 1874 Memorial 191/271

ARGENT, Joseph Robert farmer Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 39 Page 85 County Jervois

ARGENT, Oswald William George farmer Smithfield 1951 Memorial 200/525

ARGENT, Robert farmer Penfield 1896 Application 23193

ARGENT, Robert Edwin farmer Penfield 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

No 1

ARGENT, William formerly labourer 1839 but now carrier Adelaide 1839 [Likely afterwards then of Payneham] Application 13603

No 2

ARGENT, William farmer Penfield 1886 Application 20979

No 3

ARGENT, William farmer Pt Lincoln 1877 Memorial 231/303

ARGENT, William farmer Pt Lincoln 1877[-1909] Application 25547

ARGENT, William labourer Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 170/380

ARGENT, William farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1884 Grant Book 21 Page 48 County Flinders

ARGENT, William farmer Pt Lincoln 1892[-1910] Memorial 212/412

ARGENT, William farmer Thistle Island near Pt Lincoln 1898 Memorial 188/435

ARGENT, William farmer Pt Lincoln 1908 Application 25547

ARGENT, William farmer Cape Donnington near Pt Lincoln 1909 Application 25621

ARGENT, William the Elder farmer Pt Lincoln 1927. His mother-in-law, Mary Ann GATES, died 10/6/1901 Application 27554

No 1

ARGENT, William Edward farmer Smithfield linked with AH Argent of Smithfield 1930 Memorial 9/503

ARGENT, William Edward farmer Smithfield 1936 Application 28009

ARGUE, Henry bushman Booleroo 1864[-1887] Memorial 259/199, Application 21240

No 1

ARLAND, Thomas Henry accountant Penola 1863 Memorial 59/192

ARLAND, Thomas Henry clerk of the local court Penola 1864 Memorial 292/198

ARMBRECHT, Louis baker Adelaide (Leigh St) 1850 Memorial 304/28

No 1

ARMBRUSTER, Friedrich tobacconist Adelaide (Rundle St next to the Red Lion) 1857 Memorial 158/125

ARMBRUSTER, Johann Friedrich Martin tobacconist Adelaide 1860 Memorial 113/166

ARMBRUSTER, Friedrich and Heinrich Franz Rudolph BURING tobacconists Adelaide (No 13 Rundle St north side TA 86) trading under the style or firm of Armbruster and Uhlmann 1893 Memorial 54/419

ARMES, John blacksmith Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1914 Grant Book 14 Page 340 County Daly

ARMFIELD, Douglas Murray boat slip proprietor Goolwa 1965, born in 1916, declared that his father had set up the Goolwa boat slip business in 1925. He joined the partnership in 1946 and carried on alone after his father died in 1958 Application 29376

No 1

ARMFIELD, Herbert Alexander boat builder Goolwa, aged 60 in 1948, declared that he had lived in Goolwa all his life, with the exception of about 10 years Application 28617

ARMFIELD, Herbert Alexander shipwright Goolwa, aged 67 in 1955, declared that he had been born in Goolwa. He had served as Mayor of Goolwa before the Corporation merged with the District Council of Pt Elliot in 1932, and then as Chairman of the District Coouncil of Pt Elliot and Goolwa Application 29110

ARMFIELD, Joseph Willie saddler Goolwa, died 19/1/1950. Husband of Dorothy Maud Armfield. Sydney Frederick Armfield postal assistant Goolwa, now deceased, belonged to this family Memorial 191/524

ARMYTAGE, Charles Henry Esquire Como South Yarra Vic. He held leasehold Crown land near the Great North-West Bend in the Hundred of Murray together with 'all edifices, stockyards, huts, pens, hurdles, drays yokes, implements, utensils and other chattels and things, fences and improvements' 1866 Memorial 222/211

ARMITAGE, Giles groom Glenelg 1858 Memorial 191/132

ARMITAGE/ARMYTAGE, Henry Esquire Fulham Balmoral Vic 1862 Memorial 1/185

ARMITAGE, Grace Olive married woman Prospect 1920 Application 26860

No 1 - probably the same person

ARMITAGE, James shoemaker Kensington 1855 Memorial 417/80

ARMITAGE, James Salisbury shoemaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 437/78

Shoemaker Kensington 1857[-1858] Memorial 58/129

ARMITAGE, James shoemaker formerly of Kensington but now of Norwood 1866 Application 7381

No 1 - probably the same person

ARMITAGE, James Salisbury clerk Adelaide 1858 Memorial 100/138 Clerk Kensington 1858 Memorial 148/162

ARMITAGE, James Salisbury formerly of Kensington but now Labour Prison guard Dry Creek 1860 Memorial 199/163

No 1

ARMITAGE, JS clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 292/141

ARMITAGE, JS clerk to Messrs MORGAN & EMERSON solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 53/149

ARMITAGE, JS clerk to Edward W MORGAN & EMERSON solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 143/151

ARMITAGE, JS clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 244/171

No 1

ARMITAGE, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 16276

ARMITAGE, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1840 Memorial 123/1

ARMOR, Edward labourer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 338/141

ARMOR, William sawyer Thebarton 1849 Memorial 453/16.

ARMOUR, Amos coachmaker Adelaide (Franklin St) 1847[-1858] Memorial 423/9 Gentleman by 1861 Enrolment 17/47

ARMOUR, Amos coachmaker Adelaide 1860 Application 1055

ARMOUR, Amos gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1858 but now of Lower Mitcham 1865 Application 6632

ARMOUR, Amos gentleman Lower Mitcham Hundred of Grace land grant 1863 Grant Book 27 Page 13 County Gawler

ARMOUR, Jacob gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1858 but now of Lower Mitcham 1864 Application 4806

ARMSON, John fitter Adelaide 1875 Application 14684

No 1

ARMSTRONG, Abraham carpenter Adelaide 1852 Memorial 263/40.

ARMSTRONG, Abraham carpenter [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Hindmarsh 1899 Memorial 227/438

No 1

ARMSTRONG, Edward clerk to John BRADY solicitor Kapunda 1868 Memorial 114/230

ARMSTRONG, Edward clerk to JE MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1869 Memorial 213/242

ARMSTRONG, Edward clerk to Messrs STOW, BRUCE & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1871 Memorial 14/257

ARMSTRONG, Edward clerk to Messrs STOW & AYERS solicitors Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1873[-1875] Memorial 209/301

No 1

ARMSTRONG, Francis of Eagle's Nest near Glen Osmond 1877 Memorial 90/299

ARMSTRONG, Francis fruit grower near Glen Osmond 1886[-1893] Memorial 116/378

ARMSTRONG, Francis fruit grower Eagle's Nest near Glen Osmond 1902 Memorial 54/447

ARMSTRONG, Francis fruit grower near Glen Osmond 1903 Application 24560

ARMSTRONG, George Broomfield of Cooper Creek 1882 Memorial 184/340

ARMSTRONG, Hamilton gardener Carrondown and Sarah Armstrong his wife 1902 Application 24494

No 1

ARMSTRONG, James tailor Adelaide (Pt TA 347 Wakefield St) 1855 Memorial 147/92

ARMSTRONG, James Esquire Feltham House, Wakefield St, Adelaide 1875 Application 14355.

No 2

ARMSTRONG, James of Fowler Bay 1867 Memorial 103/221

No 1

ARMSTRONG, John plasterer Adelaide 1838 Application 20329

No 2

ARMSTRONG, John overseer Booborowie 1857[-1864] [Links with Woodside] Memorial 217/131

ARMSTRONG, John stockowner Booborowie 1878 Memorial 108/312

ARMSTRONG, John stockholder Booboorowie and Albert HAYWARD gentleman Adelaide rented portion (59 square miles) of Wallerberdina north of Mt Arden from the Crown 1881 Memorial 96/365

ARMSTRONG, John gentleman Booboorowie 1882 Memorial 188/345

ARMSTRONG, John gentleman Booborowie about to leave SA for a time, appointed Albert HAYWARD agent Adelaide as his attorney 22/4/1882 Deposit 288/1882

ARMSTRONG, John gentleman Woodside appointed manager of Canowie and Wallerberdina sheep runs for absentee owner, Johnson Frederick HAYWARD Esquire Aroona Lympley Stoke, Wilts, England (former SA pastoralist, WJ BROWNE of England) also involved - the three men apparently held these lands in a joint venture) 1885 Memorials 95-97/365

ARMSTRONG, Joseph William farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1910 Grant Book 8 Page 66 County Burra

ARMSTRONG, Robert labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 377/48

ARMSTRONG, Robert bricklayer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 205/257

ARMSTRONG, Samuel labourer Cowandilla 1847 Memorial 301/9 Shoemaker Cowandilla 1848[-1850] Memorial 82/11 Shoemaker Thebarton 1854 Memorial 269/67

No 1

ARMSTRONG, William gentleman Quorn Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878[-1883] Grant Book 49 Page 2 County Newcastle

ARMSTRONG, William licensed victualler Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 22 County Newcastle

ARMSTRONG, William licensed victualler Quorn Co Newcastle. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 11 County Blachford

ARMSTRONG, William farmer near Quorn 1893 Memorial 198/419

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ARMSTRONG, William storekeeper Quorn, died c1898. Estate worth £,9000. Executors: Robert THOMPSON storekeeper Quorn and Richard Witty FOSTER storekeeper Quorn Memorial 153/439

No 3

ARMSTRONG, William gentleman Glenelg 1885 Memorial 99/368

No 4

ARMSTRONG, William retired Collins St, Enfield, aged 75 in 1947, declared that he had lived in Collins St, for more than 46 years Application 28495

No 1

ARMSTRONG, William Matthews carpenter Hindmarsh 1878[-1881] Memorial 137/312

ARMSTRONG, William Matthews builder Hindmarsh 1881 Application 18940

No 1

AREND, Carl August Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Redruth 1854 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 438/98

AREND, Carl August Heinrich Wilhelm farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1861 Application 2409

ARNDT, W Oliphant sheep station manager Pt Wakefield 1882 Memorial 68/342

ARNELL, Daniel farmer Mt Barker 1852[-1854] Memorial 121/43.

ARNELL, James William labourer Mt Barker and Susannah Arnell his wife formerly Susannah PARCELL widow 1847 Memorial 261/8

ARNELL, William labourer Milang 1858 Memorial 221/140

No 1

ARNEY, Alman bus proprietor Norwood 1865 Memorial 261/203

ARNEY, Alman bus proprietor Marryatville 1880 Application 18395

No 1

ARNEY, Charles labourer Walkerville 1847 Memorial 410/7.

ARNEY, Charles gardener Walkerville 1859 Memorial 275/152

No 1

ARNIEL, Gavin in SA 1853 Memorial 115/53

ARNIEL, Gavin gentleman Gawler Plains, died c1863 Memorial 165/190

ARNOLD, Alfred the Elder linked with Sections 125 & 160 Hundred of Yanyarrie Co Granville 1888 Memorial 11/390

ARNOLD, Arthur Alfred JP carriage painter Third St, Quorn 1897 Memorial 90/432

No 1

ARNOLD, Carl ostler Greenock Creek 1859 Memorial 240/152

ARNOLD, Carl Friedrich labourer Greenock 1863 Application 4352

No 1

ARNOLD, Daniel labourer Mt Barker 1866 Application 7961

ARNOLD, Daniel labourer Mt Barker 1866[-1881] Application 7961

ARNOLD, Edmund carpenter Norwood 1852 Memorial 76/39.

ARNOLD, Edward butcher Auburn 1867[-1869] Memorial 36/226

ARNOLD, Edwin medical practitioner Fullarton and Martha Arnold his wife 1927 Memorial 151/496

ARNOLD, Ernest clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 72/376

No 1

ARNOLD, Friedrich Hermann farmer Oladdie 1885 Memorial 82/367

ARNOLD, Friedrich Hermann farmer Yalpara 1890 Memorial 154/406

ARNOLD, Friedrich Hermann farmer Johnburg trustee a Chapel [perhaps at Johnburg?] 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

No 1

ARNOLD, George and John farmers Pt Gawler 1860. A witness called Jane Arnold not described appears Memorial 143/165

ARNOLD, George farmer Pt Gawler linked with Isabella Arnold widow Pt Gawler 1861 Memorial 226/205

ARNOLD, George farmer Pt Gawler 1868[-1870] Memorial 155/227

ARNOLD, George farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 26 Page 340 County Gawler

No 2

ARNOLD, George carter Gawler 1869 Application 10213

ARNOLD, Gottlob farmer near Tanunda 1855[-1856] Memorial 337/85

ARNOLD, Harford ship owner Commercial Road, Middlesex, England, now in Adelaide 1850 Memorial 428/25

ARNOLD, Hubert clerk Third St, Bowden 1875 Memorial 83/281

ARNOLD, Johann Ehrenfried farmer formerly of near Kapunda 1871 now of near Linwood 1876 Application 15158

No 1

ARNOLD, Johann George wheat merchant Mannum. Mannum District Hospital Inc trustee 1924 Memorial 169/491

ARNOLD, Johann George merchant Mannum 1926 Memorial 38/498

ARNOLD, Johann Gotthilf farmer Purnong Landing. Hundred of Forster land grant 1902 Grant Book 3 Page 28 County Albert

ARNOLD, Johann Gottlieb farmer Angas Valley trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

No 1

ARNOLD, Wilhelm farmer nr Nuriootpa 1859[-1861] Memorial 241/148

ARNOLD, Johann Wilhelm farmer nr Greenock 1863 Memorial 141/187

ARNOLD, Johann Wilhelm died 20/3/1868 intestate. Father of Carl Wilhelm Arnold an infant under the age of 21 near Greenock his eldest son and heir at law. Probably a family link with Johann Gottfried Wilhelm FIEBIG and Maria Fiebig his wife. Johann Ehrenfried Arnold farmer near Kapunda also mentioned 1871 Memorial 2/256

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ARNOLD, John ironmonger Bowden 1853[-1856] Memorial 431/61

ARNOLD, John builder Bowden 1856 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 163/107

ARNOLD, John builder Bowden, died c 1860. He left his real estate in trust for his unnamed wife to receive the income for life, after which the trustees had to sell the same and distribute the proceeds according to the instructions in the will. Executors: Benjamin MARTIN law clerk Bowden and John SCARBOROUGH saddler Adelaide Memorial 18/171

ARNOLD, Isabella Tindall widow Bowden on the Hill [probably of John Arnold], died 26/4/1887, of asthma, aged 84. Likely that Jane WILSON wife of Samuel Wilson chaff merchant Prospect, George Arnold and Mary Tindall WILKEY wife of Charles Fry?? WILKEY were her children Application 21346

No 1

ARNOLD, John blacksmith Gawler 1854[-1857] Memorial 289/64

ARNOLD, John blacksmith formerly of Gawler but now of MacDonnell Bay 1864 Memorial 22/199

ARNOLD, John blacksmith formerly of Gawler 1857 but now of MacDonnell Bay 1865 Application 6278

No 2

ARNOLD, John blacksmith Angaston 1855 Memorial 208/82

No 3

ARNOLD, John jeweller Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 14834

No 4

ARNOLD, John farmer Hundred of Cunningham trustee cemetery Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

ARNOLD, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 319/109

No 1

ARNOLD, William malster Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 173/61

ARNOLD, William formerly malster 1853 but now labourer Hindmarsh 1864 Application 4916

ARNOLD, William of Robert St, Hindmarsh 1875 Memorial 101/281

ARNOLD, William Senr labourer Hindmarsh 1875 Application 22770

ARNOLD, William Berry sheepfarmer St Francis Island near Denial Bay 1893 Memorial 71/418

No 1

ARNOT, Walter Oliphant stock and station agent Adelaide 1890 Memorial 77/406

ARNOT, Walter Oliphant stock and station agent Felixstow Payneham and Eleanor Fredericka Rosevear Arnot his wife 1895[-1902] Memorial 57/424

No 1

ARNOTT, Alexander carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 382/76

ARNOTT, Alexander carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Williamstown Vic 1882 Memorial 199/340

ARNOTT, Benjamin publican Kooringa, died c 1853 Memorial 128/188

No 1

ARNTZEN, Oliver labourer Thebarton 1867 Memorial 32/223

ARNTZEN, Oliver wire worker Adelaide (Tonisey St) 1880 Application 17813

No 1

ARRENBERG/ARRENBURG, John Bryan Liborius labourer Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 292/44

Storeman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 317/84

Gentleman Norwood 1856 Memorial 346/106

ARRENBERG, John Bryan Liborius storeman formerly of Adelaide but now of Woodend Vic 1857 Memorials 140/137 & 150/137

ARROWSMITH, RW proclaimed bank manager Pt Lincoln 1936 Memorial 110/510

No 1

ARSCOTT, William of Kingston S-E 1878[-1881] Memorial 85/308

ARSCOTT, William farmer formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Coward Springs 1895 Memorial 131/424

ARSCOTT, W of Cockburn 1906 Memorial 232/455

No 1

ARTAND, TH clerk of the local court Penola 1864[-1866] Memorial 160/200

ARTAND, TH accountant Penola 1871[-1885] Memorial 27/252

ARTAND, Thomas Henry accountant Penola 1881[-1889] Memorial ARTAND, Thomas Henry surveyor Penola 1896 Memorial 17/427 205/328

No 1

ARTHUR, Edward undertaker Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22687.

ARTHUR, Edward undertaker Queenstown 1895 Application 23067

No 1

ARTHUR, George farmer Kangaroo Island 1887 Memorial 234/385

No 2

ARTHUR, George farmer Erskine linked with John Arthur the Elder farmer Orroroo and John Arthur the Younger farmer Walloway 1891 Memorials 157 & 158/407

ARTHUR, George farmer Orroroo 1902 Memorial 129/445

ARTHUR, George farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 230 County Dalhousie

ARTHUR, Harry shoemaker Bowden 1897 Application 23430

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ARTHUR, James storekeeper Adelaide 1839 Application 23881

ARTHUR, James merchant Adelaide 1840 Application 21124

ARTHUR, James storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1840 Application 4452

ARTHUR, James the Elder and James the Younger storekeepers Adelaide 1842 Memorial 417/84

ARTHUR, James the Elder and ARTHUR, James the Younger storekeepers Adelaide 1842. By 1851, James Arthur the Elder was a cabinetmaker and James Arthur the Younger was a storekeeper in Melbourne Vic. They had links with Horatio Frederick William Arthur storekeeper formerly of Melbourne Vic 1851 now of Adelaide 1867 Application 8167

ARTHUR, James the Younger storekeeper formerly of Adelaide but now of Hobart VDL 1843 Application 19557

ARTHUR, James the Younger storekeeper Adelaide 1843 Memorial 208/98 By 1851, the Arthurs had moved to Victoria. James Arthur the Elder cabinetmaker Melbourne and James Arthur the Younger storekeeper Melbourne. Horatio Frederick William Arthur cabinetmaker Melbourne also mentioned Memorial 249/218 FWA Arthur of Simple St, Maitland 1867 Memorial 116/219

ARTHUR, James merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 208/266

ARTHUR, James formerly merchant Adelaide 1853 but now storekeeper Geelong Vic 1873 Application 12878

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ARTHUR, Jane spinster Willunga 1862 Memorial 2/187

ARTHUR, Jane spinster Norwood 1870 Memorial 71/244

ARTHUR, Jane spinster Adelaide 1874 Memorial 1781/275

ARTHUR, Jane spinster Kent Town 1891 Application 22068

No 1

ARTHUR, John labourer Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 41/109

ARTHUR, John labourer Pt Elliot 1868. He could not write Application 9287

No 1

ARTHUR, John miner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 87 County Daly

ARTHUR, John farmer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 282 County Daly

ARTHUR, John farmer Weetulta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

No 2 – the Elder

ARTHUR, John farmer Tungkillo Co Sturt. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 227 County Dalhousie

ARTHUR, John farmer Orroroo 1884 Memorial 79/360

No 3 – the Younger

ARTHUR, John the Younger farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882[-1900] Grant Book 13 Page 225 County Dalhousie

No 4

ARTHUR, John farmer Booleroo. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

ARTHUR, John Hollow hotelkeeper Railway Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1913[-1924] Memorial 164/469

No 1

ARTHUR, Omar carter Mt Gambier 1874 Application 13483

ARTHUR, Omar carrier Mt Gambier 1875[-1883] Memorial 77/284, Application 19960

ARTHUR, Richard of Mallala Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 235 County Gawler

No 1 - probably the same person

ARTHUR, Robert farmer Hundred of Yalpara 1885 Memorial 36/369

ARTHUR, Robert of Walloway 1890 Memorial 150/406

ARTHUR, Robert farmer Walloway 1891[-1896] Memorial 155/407

ARTHUR, Robert Benjamin farmer Findon 1897 Application 23430

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ARTHUR, Samuel stone cutter Bowden 1850[-1854] Memorial 476/19.

farmer Bowden 1854 Enrolment 79/28

ARTHUR, Samuel farmer Bowden 1855 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 163/83

ARTHUR, Samuel farmer formerly of Bowden but now of Macaw Creek 1856 Memorial 477/99

ARTHUR, Samuel farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1857[-1873] Memorial 38/132

ARTHUR, Samuel farmer formerly of Macaw Creek near Riverton 1862 but now of Navan 1873 Application 13091

ARTHUR, Samuel the Elder farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1874 Application 13696.

ARTHUR, Samuel farmer Booleroo trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

ARTHUR, Samuel farmer Giles Corner Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

No 1

ARTHUR, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 297/110

ARTHUR, Thomas farmer Native Valley near Nairne 1863 Memorial 169/187

ARTHUR, Thomas farmer Kanmantoo Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1861[-1868] Grant Book 58 Page 71 County Sturt

ARTHUR, Thomas farmer near Kanmantoo 1867 Memorial 162/222

ARTHUR, Thomas farmer Native Valley near Nairne 1868 Application 9261

No 2

ARTHUR, Thomas farmer Bull Creek 1913 Memorial 170/469

ARTHUR, Thomas farmer Bull Creek, died 1/12/1918 intestate. Husband of Bridget Angelina Arthur Memorial 17/478

No 3

ARTHUR, Thomas the Younger farmer Jamestown Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 29 County Granville

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ARTHUR, Thomas gentleman Leicester st, Parkside, died c1895. Executors: Thomas Arthur farmer Caltowie, James Arthur farmer Kaniva Vic Memorial 42/424

ARTHUR, Thomas farmer Caltowie and ARTHUR, Benjamin James farmer Kaniva Vic, executors for the will of the late Thomas Arthur gentleman Leicester St, Parkside 1895 Application 22874

No 5

ARTHUR, Thomas retired farmer Riverton. Riverton Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 176/494

No 1

ARTHUR, Walter Leonard farmer Melrose 1924 Memorial 162/490

ARTHUR, Walter Leonard farmer Melrose, died 9/8/1949. Husband of Ethel Lena Arthur. Father of Barbara Myrtle Arthur, Sidney John Arthur, Leonard Frank Arthur and Cyril Lloyd Arthur Memorial 150/524

No 1

ARTHUR, William yeoman Brompton 1854[-1857] Memorial 200/68

ARTHUR, William labourer Bowden 1852[-1871] Memorial 457/73

ARTHUR, William brickmaker Bowden 1857[-1878] Memorial 228/122

ARTHUR, William labourer Bowden 1866 Application 7774

ARTHUR, William labourer Bowden 1872 Husband of Anne Maria Arthur 1880 Application 18095

ARTHUR, William brickmaker Bowden 1875 Application 14143

ARTHUR, William brickmaker Bowden, died 22/3/1879. Husband of Anne Maria Arthur. His son, Richard Arthur brickmaker Bowden, died 9/11/1900. Husband of Mary Reid Arthur of North Adelaide 1911 Application 26021

No 2

ARTHUR, William farmer Orroroo 1891 Memorial 198/411

No 3

ARTHUR, William farmer Bull Creek 1897 Memorial 9/433

ARTHUR, William farmer Bull Creek, died 6/2/1919 Paris Creek. He left his real estate to his sons, William Joseph Arthur, James Arthur and George Arthur, and his youngest daughter , Ellen Arthur, to have the cottage and its contents. The brothers had to pay off any mortgage on this property. Estate worth £2,000. William Arthur's wife, Catherine Arthur, had died 29/5/1918, of carcinoma of the caecum, and an intestinal obstruction. Born in Co Cork, Ireland, she had been in SA 64 years. Married aged 16 years. 5 sons and 5 daughters living. 1 daughter deceased Application 26913

No 3

ARTON, William of Mt Remarkable 1855 Memorial 345/93

ARTON, William farmer Mt Remarkable 1856[-1860] Memorial 201/98

ARTON, William bushman Black Rock near the Burra Mine 1856 Memorial 87/102

No 1

ASBERRY, William farmer Pt Elliot 1861 Memorial 66/175

ASBURY, William farmer Pt Elliot 1864 Memorial 153/194

ASBORNE, William F clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 327/105

ASCHE, Frank Kenneth manufacturer Salisbury and Christina Phoebe Asche his wife 1952 Application 28882

No 1

ASGOOD, Daniel farmer the plains near the Old Port 1844[-1858] Memorial 238/132

ASGOOD, Daniel farmer Reedbeds linked with Jane Asgood widow Reedbeds 1853 Memorial 360/57

ASH, Arthur Louis farmer Robe S-E 1923 Memorial 119/487

ASH, David Fred carrier Peterborough Hundred of Yongala land grant 1929 Grant Book 13 Page 240 County Dalhousie

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

ASH, George printer and publisher Narracoorte 1881 Memorial 189/336

ASH, George notary public Adelaide 1896 Memorial 221/428

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ASH, Henry carrier Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 340/46

ASH, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide, for the time being an inmate of the Adelaide Hospital 1867 Application 8732

No 2

ASH, Henry watchmaker Hindmarsh 1859 Memorial 172/155

No 3

ASH, Henry labourer Moonta Yorke Peninsula 1868 Memorial 38/235

ASH, Shadrach labourer Adelaide. Father of James Ash news vendor Adelaide 1895 Memorial 124/426

ASHBY, Charles Thomas farmer Koolunga Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 40 County Stanley

No 1

ASHBY, Charles William yeoman Cheltenham 1853 Memorial 385/49

ASHBY, Charles William and Edward yeomen Cheltenham 1861 Memorial 193/346

ASHBY, Charles William carrier Alberton 1864 Memorial 345/193

ASHBY, Charles William farmer Alberton 1878 Memorial 35/308

No 1

ASHBY, David farmer Koolunga Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 40 County Stanley

ASHBY, David farmer Boucaut trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

No 1

ASHBY, Edward yeoman Cheltenham near Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853 Memorial 386/49

ASHBY, Edward yeoman Cheltenham near Tam O'Shanter Belt. Father of Charles William Ashby yeoman Cheltenham 1854[-1861] Memorials 331/153, 193/346

ASHBY, Naomi widow Portland Estate 1882 relict of the late Edward Ashby yeoman Cheltenham, who died 12/11/1881 intestate. Estate worth £75 Application 19510

No 1

ASHBY, Edwin labourer Lower Mitcham 1868 Memorial 41/231

ASHBY, Edwin labourer Section 255 Goodwood Road 1869 Memorial 26/240

ASHBY, Edwin land agent and sharebroker Adelaide (Royal Exchange) 1897 Memorial 2/431

ASHBY, Edwin agent Adelaide (Royal Exchange, King William St) 1899 Memorial 104/439

ASHBY, Edwin grazier Adelaide 1903 Memorial 1/449

ASHBY, Edwin agent Adelaide 1912 Application 26147

ASHBY, George Edward labourer Alberton 1871 Memorial 105/252

No 1

ASHBY, Harry 59 widower retired farmer Clare (born Stanley Flat. Father William Ashby) married Wilhelmine Friedericke Juliane WAHLQUIST 50 widow home duties 33 Leah St, Forestville (Born Lyndoch Father; Carl Philipp KAESEHAGEN) on 31/8/1929 Church of Christ Forestville. Witnesses; FG WATKINS carpentger 2 Ashford Road, Keswick and Elizabeth DUNNE tailoress 19 Montpelier St, Parkside Memorial 35/503

ASHBY, Harry retired farmer Forestville and Wilhelmine Friedericke Juliane Ashby his wife 1941 Memorial 81/515

No 1

ASHBY, James carter Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1872 Grant Book 30 Page 198 County Grey

ASHBY, Celia Maria widow Tantanoola [relict of the late James Ashby formerly farmer Tantanoola] Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1901 Grant Book 30 Page 206 County Grey

ASHBY, JE undertaker Goodwood 1890 Application 24814

ASHBY, John farmer Ulooloo near Hallett 1887 Memorial 250/382

ASHBY, Joseph labourer Alberton 1868 Memorial 92/234

No 1 – the Elder

ASHBY, Thomas farmer Hutt River 1853[-1857] Memorial 469/46

ASHBY, Thomas and William farmers Clare 1855 Memorial 215/87

ASHBY, Thomas and William farmers Stanley Flat near Clare 1859 Application 484

ASHBY, Thomas farmer Hundred of Clare 1860 Memorial 208/170

ASHBY, Thomas farmer Stanley Flat near Clare 1861 Application 2229

ASHBY, Thomas farmer Clare 1867 Memorial 52/222

ASHBY, Thomas farmer Stanley Flat near Clare 1868[-1891] Memorial 189/232

ASHBY, Thomas farmer Clare 1877 Application 16271

ASHBY, Thomas of Stanley Flat near Clare Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 40 County Stanley

ASHBY, Thomas farmer Stanley Flat trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

No 2 – perhaps the Younger; or did the Elder live at Koolunga for several years??

ASHBY, Thomas farmer Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 323 County Stanley

ASHBY, Thomas farmer Clare Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 186 County Stanley

No 1

ASHBY, William farmer Clare 1852 Memorial 470/46

ASHBY, WIlliam farmer Armagh near Clare 1868[-1891] Memorial 189/232

ASHBY, William farmer Condowie trustee Cemetery Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

ASHBY, William farmer Condowie Hundred of Boucaut trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

ASHBY, William farmer Clare Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879[-1882] Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

ASHENDEN, William gardener Cherry Gardens 1885 Memorial 242/372

ASHER, H of the E, S & A Bank Adelaide 1902 Memorial 226/446

No 1

ASHER, Isaac jeweller Adelaide 1862[-1872] Memorial 320/187, Application 11767

ASHER, Isaac broker Adelaide Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 22 County Newcastle

ASHER, Isaac money broker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1885[-1888] Memorial 195/370

ASHER, Isaac agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1895 Memorial 130/425

ASHER, Lyndley Hope sharebroker Adelaide (McHenry St) changed his surname to Lyndley Hope LAIDLAW 1918 Memorial 180/476

ASHER, Sidney John stock and sharebroker Adelaide and the Langham Hotel, Portland Place, London, Middlesex, England, and a Member of the Adelaide Stock Exchange, and Bessie Margaret Asher his wife, changed their surname to LAIDLAW 1920 Memorial 152/481

ASHER, William storekeeper Orroroo 1884 Memorial 38/355

ASHETON, John carpenter Nairne 1859 Memorial 79/159

No 1

ASHFORD, Alfred Horatio gentleman Pt Adelaide 1859  Memorial 94/153

clerk Alberton 1859 Memorial 109/157

ASHFORD, Alfred Horatio clerk Queenstown 1864 Application 5654

ASHFORD, Alfred Horatio gentleman Queenstown 1864[-1877] Memorial 193/196, Application 10959

ASHFORD, Alfred Horatio gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide 1859 now of Queenstown 1874 Application 13343

ASHFORD, Dudley Bright gentleman Henley Beach 1917 Application 26599

ASHFORD, Walter farmer Franklin Harbour 1888[-1892] Memorial 185/390

ASHHURST, Abraham saddler Adelaide 1850 Memorial 255/29.

ASHHURST, John Kenworthy gardener Cox Creek 1855 Memorial 488/83

ASHINGTON, Mr gardener Stirling 1894 Application 22711

ASHLEY, George Esquire London England appointed Thomas Bell Kelly Esquire Morphett Vale as his local attorney 31/8/1858 Deposit 454/1858

ASHLEY, Mary spinster Enfield Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1871 Grant Book 50 Page 97 County Robe

No 1

ASHLEY, William blacksmith Gawler 1852 Memorial 63/39.

ASHLEY, William blacksmith Gawler 1850. Methodist Church trustee. Enrolment

ASHLEY, William blacksmith formerly of Gawler but now in the colony of Victoria [possibly Sandhurst] 1864 Memorial 127/196

ASHLEY, William blacksmith Sandhurst Vic 1866 Memorial 60/292

No 1

ASHMORE, William yeoman Norwood 1852[-1853] Memorial 196/44

ASHMORE, William farmer Norwood 1853 Memorial 226/49

ASHTON, Albert butcher Leasingham 1869 Application 10158

ASHTON, Anne widow Adelaide 1875[-1878] Memorial 199/281

No 1

ASHTON, EJW solicitor Adelaide linked with James Gibson Ashton official receiver SA Insolvency Court Adelaide 1910 Memorial 250/463

ASHTON, EJW clerk to Jos Ashton solicitor Adelaide 1915 Memorial 189/472

ASHTON, George farmer Mt Torrens 1855[-1856] Memorial 244/80

ASHTON, George Grey gardener Leasingham 1911 Application 25959

ASHTON, Henry Hamilton farmer Leasingham 1857[-1868] Memorial 329/128

ASHTON, Henry Prior teacher Finniss Flat 1875 Memorial 182/285

No 1

ASHTON, James Minister of the Gospel Willunga 1858[-1860] Memorial 221/138

ASHTON, James Bible Christian Minister Willunga 1859 Memorial 70/151

ASHTON, James Bible Christian Minister of the Gospel Stirling East 1868 Memorial 82/230

ASHTON, James Bible Christian Minister Angle Vale, died 14/12/1874, of lung congestion, aged 55 Application 20383

No 2

ASHTON, James of Brompton 1865 Memorial 264/207

ASHTON, JH Bible Christian minister Riverton 1882 Memorial 164/339

No 1 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ASHTON, JG solicitor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 70/42.

ASHTON, James Gibson clerk Brompton 1868 Memorial 82/241

ASHTON, James Gibson accountant Goodwood Park. Happy Valley Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1889[-1893] Memorial 6/401

ASHTON, James Gibson accountant Goodwood linked with Joseph Ashton solicitor Hindmarsh 1898 Memorial 38/438

ASHTON, James Gibson Insolvency Court Registrar Adelaide 1914 Application 26397

No 1

ASHTON, John Michael of Tickera 1885 Memorial 202/372

ASHTON, John Michael farmer Brucefield Hundred of Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 220 County Daly

No 1

ASHTON, Joseph of Stirling East 1868 Memorial 82/230

No 2

ASHTON, Joseph solicitor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 164/339

ASHTON, Joseph solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1884[-1885] Application 20321

ASHTON, Joseph solicitor Hindmarsh 1886 Memorial 155/380

ASHTON, Joseph solicitor Hindmarsh. Happy Valley Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1889 Memorial 6/401

ASHTON, Joseph solicitor Hindmarsh 1892 Application 22323

ASHTON, Joseph solicitor Adelaide (30 Waymouth St), son of the late Rev'd James Ashton 1902 Application 24399

ASHTON, Joseph solicitor Adelaide linked with William Stephen Ashton formerly bank clerk Goodwood West but now upholsterer Kalgoorlie WA 1904 Memorial 10/451

ASHTON, Joseph solicitor Malvern 1904 Memorial 141/452

ASHTON, Joseph solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St), formerly custodian for deeds of Bible Christian real estate in SA between 1877 and Methodist Union in 1900 now one of the custodians of deeds for the real estate of the Methodist Church in SA 1905 Application 24956

ASHTON, Joseph solicitor Adelaide, died 7/7/1916 Memorial 150/479

ASHTON, Joseph solicitor formerly of Hindmarsh 1893, but then of Malvern, died c1916. Husband of Sarah Ann Ashton Memorial 88/483, Application 26915

No 1

ASHTON, Joseph Henry minister of the gospel Adelaide 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 33 County Buccleuch

ASHTON, Joseph Henry Methodist minister Saddleworth linked with Joseph Ashton solicitor Adelaide 1912 Memorial 5/466

ASHTON, Joseph Henry Methodist minister Mt Torrens and Rebecca Lucy Ashton his wife 1915 Memorial 46/473

No 1

ASHTON, JY solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 107/30.

ASHTON, Joseph Yates gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 39/60

ASHTON, Joseph Yates solicitor Kensington & Norwood 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

ASHTON, JY solicitor Adelaide 1864 Memorial 151/196

ASHTON, Joseph Yates clerk in the Lands Titles Office Adelaide and Anne Ashton his wife 1869 Memorial 170/236

ASHTON, Joseph Yates formerly solicitor 1850 later barrister Adelaide 1885 Application 20725

ASHTON, Thomas farmer Watervale 1860[-1865] Memorial 281/179

No 1

ASHTON, Thomas Badge medical practitioner Kooringa and Nettie Rubelle Ashton his wife 1915 Memorial 68/473

ASHTON, Thomas Badge medical practitioner formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide. Husband of Mettie Rubelle Ashton 1923 Memorial 199/487

ASHTON, Thomas Badge medical practitioner formerly of Kooringa but now of Kingswood and Mettie Rubelle Ashton his wife 1927[-1928] Memorial 52/497

ASHTON, Thomas Badge retired duly qualified medical practitioner Kingswood, died c1941 intestate. Husband of Mettie Rubelle Ashton Memorial 45/516

ASHTON, Thomas Elliott farmer Cooke Plains Co Russell. Hundred of Roby land grant 1909 Grant Book 6 Page 21 County Buccleuch

No 1

ASHTON, Thomas Mills butcher Riverton, son of Charlotte Ashton widow Leasingham 1869 Memorial 92/243

ASHTON, Thomas Mills miller East Auburn 1872 Application 12182

ASHTON, Thomas Mills miller Auburn 1872[-1875] Memorial 161/257

ASHTON, Thomas Mills miller East Auburn 1878 Memorial 213/308

ASHTON, Thomas M gentleman Riverton 1872 Memorial 152/258

ASHTON, Thomas Mills butcher Riverton 1874 Memorial 27/276

ASHTON, Thomas Mills formerly butcher Riverton 1874 but now miller Auburn 1874 Application 13736

ASHTON, Thomas Mills gentleman formerly of Riverton but now of Auburn 1882 Memorial 164/339

ASHTON, Walter Hannaford farmer Saddleworth. Saddleworth Methodist Church trustee 1917 Memorial 186/475

No 1

ASHTON, William Baker gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 452/48

ASHTON, William Baker bought Lot 3 in a sub-division of Section 397 Hundred of Yatala, in Tam-O’Shanter Belt. He fenced in the area and rented the property out for grazing until his death in 1854. His widow, Charlotte Ashton, built a cottage on the site immediately afterwards, and lived there for a few months with her daughter, Victoria Hannah Ritchie Ashton later wife of John KNOWLES builder Malvern 1883. In 1861, the eldest son, William James Ashton, lived in the cottage, which then remained uninhabitable for many years. The surrounding land leased to various people for grazing purposes. Application 19962

ASHTON, Charlotte widow Adelaide relict of the late William Baker Ashton formerly Governor at HM Gaol at Adelaide but now deceased 1854 Memorial 476/72

ASHTON, Charlotte licensed victualler Leasingham, on the verge of bankruptcy 1869 Memorial 20/241

ASHTON, Charlotte widow Leasingham 1883. Linked with William James Ashton contractor Adelaide who became a bankrupt on 5/1/1864 Memorial 241/353

ASHTON, Charlotte widow Leasingham 1883, stated that she was 78 years old. She had married William Baker Ashton on 28/4/1829 in London, England. The Ashtons emigrated to SA, where WB Ashton became Governor of Adelaide Gaol. He died 27/4/1854 intestate. His eldest son, William James Ashton contractor late of Adelaide, born 13/12/1830 London England, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 19962

ASHTON, Charlotte widow Leasingham, died 29/7/1894. All her personal estate to her son George Ashton and her Section 104 Hundred of Upper Wakefield be sold by auction and the funds distributed equally amongst her children, and her deceased daughter Charlotte's share to divided between her two children. Estate worth £282. The children were Thomas Mills Ashton butcher formerly of Auburn but now of Knightsbridge, George Grey Ashton contractor Leasingham, Albert Gawler Ashton of Snowtown and Victoria KNOWLES wife of John Knowles of Bunbury WA. Charlotte Ashton was the widow of William Baker Ashton Governor of the Adelaide Gaol. When her husband died, funds from a public appeal bought her the Section of land, to be hers in trust for life, and then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Application 2282

No 1

ASHTON, William James farmer Leasingham 1858[-1861] Memorial 124/142

No 2

ASHTON, William James reefer South Rhine 1869 Memorial 121/424

ASHTON, William Obed minister of the gospel Morphett Vale 1876 Memorial 241/290

ASHTON, WS bank clerk Maitland 1890 Memorial 38/404

ASHWELL, Benjamin farmer Mt Gambier 1872, administrator of the estate of the late John Ashwell labourer Penola Application 11934

ASHWELL, John of Penola township Co Grey 1855 Memorial 64/257

No 1

ASHWIN, Alfred Jenkin accountant North Adelaide 1850. Enrolment

ASHWIN, Alfred Jenkin and Charles Francis Godfrey Ashwin both of Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 401/71

ASHWIN, Alfred Jenkins accountant Kensington, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 4/194

ASHWIN, Caroline Amelia widow Walkerville 1884 Memorial 77/363

No 1

ASHWIN, Charles Francis Godfrey civil engineer North Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 125/87

ASHWIN, Charles Francis Godfrey surveyor Adelaide 1868 Memorial 42/235

ASHWIN, Charles Francis Godfrey civil engineer St John Wood 1872 Memorial 166/257

No 1

ASHWIN, Edward Marston of Adelaide secretary to the Adelaide Marine Insurance Co 1879 Memorial 205/317

ASHWIN, Edward Marston insurance manager Adelaide 1895 Memorial 38/424

ASHWIN, Edward Marston insurance company manager Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1898 Memorial 142/435

ASHWOOD, James mason Le Fevre Peninsula 1881 Application 18936

ASHWOOD, John kangarooer Leigh Creek Out of Hundreds. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 251 County Not named

No 1

ASHWOOD, Thomas Godfrey painter Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 47/91

ASHWOOD, Thomas Godfrey butcher Queenstown 1856 Memorial 296/101

ASHWOOD, Thomas Godfrey butcher Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 258/135

ASHWOOD, Thomas Godfrey butcher Portland Estate 1858[-1859] Memorial 234/140

ASHWOOD, Thomas Godfrey painter Portland Estate 1861 Application 2091

ASHWOOD, Thomas Godfrey of the Portland Estate, became a bankrupt in 1863 Memorial 324/189

ASHWOOD, Mr printer Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13780

ASHWORTH, Henry formerly secretary Adelaide Electric Supply Co Ltd but now out of business Unley 1915 Memorial 146/473

ASKENS, Charles labourer Clare 1866[-1873] Memorial 185/209

No 1

ASLIN, William carrier Mt Gambier 1896 Memorial 149/429

ASLIN, William carrier Mt Gambier and Mary Elizabeth Aslin his wife 1903 Memorial 3/450

ASLITORE, Joseph solicitor Bowden trustee for the Hindmarsh Institute formerly the District Council Hall built on pt Lot 13 on the corner of Port Road and Milner St 1881 Memorial 213/329

ASPLIN, Henry Sackfield farmer Gumeracha Co Adelaide Hundred of Younghusband land grant 1882 Grant Book 54 Page 157 County Russell

No 1

ASPLIN, Isaac Sackfield butcher Clare St, Pt Adelaide, linked with Henry Sackfield Asplin farmer Quantong near Horsham and Joseph Asplin Salvation Army Lieutenant Leopold near Geelong 1910 Memorial 101/462

ASPLIN, Isaac Sackfield butcher Clare St, Pt Adelaide 1916 Application 26509

ASPLIN, Isaac Sackfield butcher Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1925 Application 27380

ASPLIN, Joseph farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 224 County Dalhousie

ASPLIN, Mary widow Alberton 1880 Memorial 84/330

No 1

ASPLIN, Sackville carter Reedbeds 1854 Memorial 256/71

ASPLIN, Sackfield yeoman Beverley 1855 Beverley Primitive Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 131/94

ASPLIN, Sackfield carter Beverley 1856 Memorial 38/107

ASPLIN, Sackfield farmer Port Road near Adelaide 1861, died c1864. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Asplin, for life or until her remarriage, then to his trustees to settle the estate according to the terms of the will. Trustees: John SANDERS farmer Waterloo Plains and James COPLEY farmer Port Road Memorial 345/199

ASPLIN, Sackfield farmer Port Road, died 10/3/1863. His widow, Mary Asplin, was still alive by 1882 Memorial 107/345

ASPLIN, Sackfield of Port Road near Pt Adelaide, died 10/3/1863. He owned many allotments in Beverley. The family in 1889 included; Mary Asplin widow Portland Estate his wife; children; Alice DIXON nee Asplin no description, Henry Sackfield Asplin farmer near Horsham Vic, Joseph Asplin farmer near Horsham Vic, and Isaac Sackfield Asplin butcher near Pt Adelaide Memorial 54/397

ASPLIN, Sackfield farmer Beverley, died c1863. He left his daughter, Alice DIXON, £20, and left his real estate in trust for his wife, Mary Asplin, for life, then to his children other than Alice Dixon in equal shares. In 1904 , the other children of Sackfield Asplin were Henry Sackfield Asplin farmer Quantong, near Horsham Vic, Joseph Asplin Salvation Army Lieutenant formerly of Trentham Vic now of Leopold near Geelong Vic, and Isaac Sackfield Aspin butcher Clare St, Pt Adelaide. William HALL grocer Pt Adelaide was the trustee for the Asplin Estate Application 24779

ASPLIN, Sackfield farmer Beverley, died 10/3/1863, of heart disease, aged 50. Application 7930

ASPREY, John tobacconist Adelaide 1880 Memorial 197/324

ASSED, Keith traveller Kingston 1911 Application 26039

No 1

ASSENDER, Joseph fellmonger Hindmarsh 1853[-1856] Memorial 251/53

ASSENDER, Joseph formerly fellmonger Hindmarsh 1853 but now storekeeper Castlemaine Vic, power of attorney to Joseph PEACOCK Esquire Adelaide, to sell certain real estate in Adelaide 1856 Application 12815

No 1

ASSHETON, John carpenter Nairne 1859 Memorial 79/159

ASSHETON, John licensed victualler Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 62 County Daly

ASSHETON, John licensed victualler formerly of Moonta but then of Wolseley, died 3/3/1896. Husband of Caroline Bertha Assheton who lived in Wayville by 1912. Frederick Claud Latana Assheton licensed victualler Semaphore also a member of this family. Memorials 119 & 120/467

ASSHETON, John licensed victualler Wolsely, died not stated. His widow, Caroline Bertha Assheton and two sons, Frederick Claud Latana Assheton engineer and Ralph Rowland George Assheton architect all lived at Torrensville by 1915 Memorial 76/473
ASSMANN, Adolph purchased and sold land in Cowandilla 1847 Memorial 398/20

No 1

ASSMANN, Wilhelm Friedrich farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1891 Grant Book 31 Page 204 County Grey

ASSMANN, Wilhelm Friedrich out of business Prospect Co Adelaide. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 67 County Carnarvon

ASTLEFORD, John mason Pt Augusta 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 453 County Dalhousie

No 1

ASTLES, Harvey Eustace surgeon Adelaide 1878 Memorial 142/312

ASTLES, Harvey Eustace FRCP surgeon Adelaide (Angas St) 1879 Memorial 173/320

ASTLES, Harvey Eustace Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians Angas St, Adelaide about to leave SA for a time, appointed Thomas George Pleydell bank inspector Adelaide as his attorney 3/2/1880. HE Astles also visited England in 1883 and appointed Luther SCAMMELL wholesale druggist Adelaide as his attorney that time Deposits 42/1880 and 123/1883

No 1

ASTLEY, JF solicitor Adelaide 1928 Application 28077

ASTLEY, John Felix solicitor 16 Edwin Tce, Gilberton, aged 71 in 1970, declared that he had lived in Gilberton since July 1927 Application 29750

No 1

ASTON, Charles David agent Pt Adelaide 1867 Application 8805

ASTON, Charles David licensed broker Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 9953

ASTON, Charles David agent Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10237

ASTON, Charles David agent Pt Adelaide 1876[-1880] Memorial 155/292, Application 18086

ASTON, Charles David licensed land broker Pt Adelaide 1878[-1886] Application 16711

ASTON, Charles David land agent Pt Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1885 Memorial 58/413

ASTON, Charles David agent formerly of Adelaide [Pt Adelaide] but now of Melbourne Vic 1892 Memorial 173/413

ASTON, George farmer Marion on the Sturt 1847 Memorial 363/8

No 1

ASTON, George Frederick Esquire Morphett Vale 1842[-1843] Memorial 107/2

ASTON, George Frederick Esquire Woodbury [on the Torrens] near Adelaide 1849 Enrolment 74/4

ASTON, George Frederick Esquire Woodbury near Adelaide, about to leave on a voyage to England, power of attorney to John HECTOR accountant Adelaide and Edward Amand WRIGHT agent Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs, including sale of Section 241 District B at Brighton 1/4/1853. He previously had returned to England after 6/1/1849, when he had appointed the same attorneys, possibly not to return for some years Enrolment 46/5 and Deposit 59/OA

ASTON, George Frederick Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Banbury, Oxon, England 1864 Memorial 63/202

No 1

ASTON, Joseph storekeeper Hindmarsh 1876 Application 15391

ASTON, Joseph bookkeeper Hindmarsh 1881 Application 18940.

ASTON, Joseph secretary Hindmarsh Loans Land Building and Investment Society 1892 Memorial 99/413

ASTON, Joseph of Hindmarsh Secretary of the Loyal Hindmarsh Oddfellows Lodge No 9 1894 Application 22783

ASTON, Joseph secretary Hindmarsh Loan Land Building and Investement Society on the Permanent Principle Inc 1896 Memorial 247/428

ASTON, Joseph accountant Chapman St, Hindmarsh 1908, declared that he was 64 and had lived continuously at Hindmarsh for 45 years Application 25538

ASTON, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier 1863[-1876] Memorial 230/3196

ATACK, William miner Redruth 1860 Memorial 314/163

ATCHISON, William Cowan of Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 277/27

ATHENS, Johann Hermann grocer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1856 Memorial 431/100

No 1

ATHORN, Henry publican Eagle Tavern Adelaide 1849 Memorial 34/18 Timber merchant Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 370/29 Jane Athorn his wife 1851 Memorial 284/31.

ATHORN, Henry publican Adelaide 1850 He leased out the public house 'lately known by the sign of the Coach and Horses Inn but now known as the Halfway House … on the road to Pt Adelaide' for 5 years as £156 a year Memorial 270/54

ATHORN, Henry tradesman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 448/42.

ATHORN, Henry of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 116/120

ATHORN, Robert Henry William publican Bridgewater Hotel Bridgewater, purchased the remainder [2 years 10 months] of a 3-year lease for £901 from the trustees of the estate of the late Alfred Lewis 1881 Memorial 219/352

ATKEY, James of Ryde, Isle of Wight, Hants, died 8/8/1851. He left Sections 3421, 3476, 3475 Meadows Special Survey to his executors Eliza Atkey widow Ryde, James William Atkey brewer Chichester, Sussex; Samuel REYNOLDS druggist Chichester; Thomas Way ELDRIDGE gentleman Ryde. They gave power of attorney to John MORPHETT Esquire Adelaide, and in his absence to Edward WRIGHT the Younger, to manage the above land 6/7/1852 Deposit 55/OA

No 1

ATKIN, Thomas yeoman Pt Willunga 1857 Memorial 196/118

No 2

ATKIN, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 225 County Grey

ATKINS, Benjamin fisherman Goolwa 1857 Memorial 29/128

ATKINS, Benjamin William master mariner Goolwa 1911 Memorial 218/465

No 1

ATKINS, Charles labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 187/42

ATKINS, Charles landowner Pt Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 112/55

Landowner and contractor Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 28/107

ATKINS, Charles labourer Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 51/158

ATKINS, Charles labourer Pt Adelaide 1862 Application 3178

ATKINS, Charles labourer Pt Adelaide, declared that he was the same person as Charles ATKINSON mentioned in Memorial 187/42. Statement made 30/6/1862 Application 3178

ATKINS, Charles oyster merchant Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16247

No 2

ATKINS, Charles carter Thebarton 1889 Application 21615

ATKINS, Charles Daniel labourer Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 170/380

No 1

ATKINS, Edward Charles labourer Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13933

ATKINS, Edward Charles labourer Alberton Co Adelaide. Florieton (Hundred of Schomburgk) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 158 County Burra

ATKINS, EC publican Alberton 1886 Memorial 202/373

ATKINS, Edward Henry blacksmith Gladstone and Elizabeth Atkins his wife 1881 Application 18468

ATKINS, Francis farmer Peachey Belt 1853 Memorial 331/50

No 1

ATKINS, George Purcell doctor Pt Lincoln 1888 Application 21422

ATKINS, George Purcell doctor of medicine Pt Lincoln, died 31/1/1891, of typhoid fever, pneumonia, and perforation of the intestine, aged 45 Application 22050

ATKINS, Herbert Henry McBeath shipwright Goolwa 1922 Application 27105

No 1

ATKINS, John the Younger about to leave for SA, son of John Atkins the Elder gentleman White Hart Court, Lombard St, London, Middlesex, England 1857 Memorial 18/128

No 2

ATKINS, John labourer Bowden 1854 Memorial 431/62

ATKINS, John labourer formerly of Bowden but now of Findon 1866 Memorial 126/214

No 3

ATKINS, John labourer Salisbury 1865 Memorial 285/203

No 1

ATKINS, Thomas sawyer Norwood 1857 Memorial 196/120

No 2

ATKINS, Thomas farmer Willunga Hundred of Myponga land grant 1865 Grant Book 36 Page 419 County Hindmarsh

No 3

ATKINS, Thomas gentleman Echunga 1883 Memorial 25/349

ATKINS, Thomas Aldam clerk Adelaide. Hundred of Kuipto land grant 1886 Grant Book 2 Page 94 County Adelaide

No 1

ATKINS, William labourer Little Para. His wife, Mary C Atkins, was probably a midwife 1846 Application 14655

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ATKINS, William storekeeper Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 51/144

ATKINS, William labourer Nuriootpa 1861 Application 2526

No 1

ATKINSON, Alfred clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1849 Memorial 432/15

ATKINSON, Alfred clerk to William MAGUIRE solicitor Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 372/20

ATKINSON, Alfred barrister Adelaide 1850. Probably a family link with Anthony Atkinson the Younger Esquire Hull, Yorks, England. Enrolment 88/40

ATKINSON, Alfred solicitor Adelaide married Mrs James BONNIN nee Mary Ann ALDRIDGE widow of James Bonnin builder Adelaide, on 9/7/1851. Five children of the marriage - Anthony Alfred Hack Atkinson born 25/7/1852, Annie Maria Atkinson born 8/2/1854 died 25/4/1854, Ada Julia Atkinson born 18/2/1855 died 8/3/1855, Walter James Atkinson born 23/5/1856, and Ernest Owat Atkinson born 2/6/1857 died 2/6/1857. By 1896, the surviving two children, Anthony Alfred Hack Atkinson was an accountant at Glenelg, and Walter James Atkinson clerk late of Exeter now of Perth WA. AAH Atkinson's son, Alfred Harris Atkinson, had become a clerk in the firm of Bonnin & Greer (P Frederick Bonnin and George A Greer), solicitors 10 The Exchange, Pirie St, Adelaide. Alfred Bonnin solicitor Waymouth St, Adelaide, was a son of Mrs Alfred Atkinson's first marriage to James Bonnin Application 23146

ATKINSON, Alfred solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 464/37.

ATKINSON, Alfred Esquire Glenelg 1855[-1860] Memorial 289/91

ATKINSON, Alfred solcitor Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1859 Linked with Anthony Atkinson the Younger Esquire Kingston upon Hull, England Memorial 392/160

ATKINSON, Alfred solicitor Adelaide and then Glenelg, died 4./6/1861. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Atkinson, absolutely. Executors and trustees: his wife, Mary Ann Atkinson, his step-son Josiah BONNIN (also his articled clerk), and his friend Edward MAY accountant Adelaide. [The will drawn up on 5/5/1858 and witnessed by George W WALKER and Frederick MACKIE both of Hobart Tas. Mary Ann Atkinson widow still lived at Glenelg by 1863 Memorials 73/175, 73/360

ATKINSON, Mary Ann widow Glenelg died 3/11/1892. Her estate worth £2,000. Sons Anthony Alfred Hack Atkinson, Walter James Atkinson accountant Semaphore and Josiah BONNIN station manager Nalpa Langhorne Creek. Daughter Susannah Thomas, wife of Mauris Thomas. Durham Cottage in Durham Place, Glenelg, in trust to her daughter-in-law Bertha Atkinson for life, then to her son (husband of B Atkinson) Anthony Alfred Hack Atkinson in trust for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. WJ Atkinson had disappeared from his family (whereabouts unknown) by 1927 Application 27587

ATKINSON, Anthony the Younger gentleman Kingston upon Hull, England graduate MA from Clare College Cambridge (died 16/1/1860), appointed Edward Shuttleworth RICHARDSON gentleman Adelaide his attorney to recover £1,500 which Atkinson had left with Alfred Atkinson and Alfred BONNIN for investment in SA 15/5/1858 Deposit 356/1859

No 1

ATKINSON, Anthony Alfred Hack married Bertha Webster HARRIS on 28/12/1877. Four children - Alfred Harris Owst Atkinson (later solicitor Exchange Building, Pirie St, Adelaide 1927), Elsie Mary Owst Atkinson, Frederick Owst Atkinson, and Reginald Clarence Owst Atkinson. Anthony Alfred Owst Atkinson agent Durham St, Glenelg, died 20/12/1903, of cardiac syncope, aged 51. His wife, Bertha Webster Atkinson widow Mintaro, died 9/10/1924 Fifth Creek, of a 10 weeks' septic big toe and septicamia. Born in Guernsey, England, she came to SA 71 years previously. Married aged 28. 3 sons and 1 daughter living Application 27587

ATKINSON, Anthony Alfred Hack accountant Glenelg and Bertha Atkinson his wife 1896 Application 23098

ATKINSON, Bud amusement manager Rose Tce, Wayville and Bessie Ruth Atkinson his wife 1913 Memorial 122/469

No 1

ATKINSON, Charles carpenter North Adelaide linked with William Atkinson carpenter North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 64/33

ATKINSON, Charles [formerly carpenter North Adelaide but now] innkeeper NSW 1860 Memorial 66/311

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ATKINSON, Charles District Court Bailiff Maitland NSW, temporalily of SA, appointed RB Andrews and Alfred BONNIN as his attorneys before he returned home 10/10/1878 Deposit 290/1879

ATKINSON, Charles court bailiff Maitland NSW at present sojourning in Adelaide 1878 Memorial 167/319

No 3

ATKINSON, Charles labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 187/42.

No 4

ATKINSON, Charles labourer Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 479 County Daly

No 1

ATKINSON, Edward of McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 129/186

ATKINSON, Edward [formerly of McLaren Vale but now] Esquire Adelaide 1855 Memorial 348/91

ATKINSON, Mary Ann widow Rochester 1877. Likely the relict of the late Edward Atkinson who died intestate c1877 Application 16147

ATKINSON, Eliza spinster Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 479 County Daly

ATKINSON, FR tractor driver Swan Reach 1938 Memorial 38/512

No 1

ATKINSON, Francis farmer Dry Creek 1849 Memorial 348/23.

ATKINSON, Francis farmer Dry Creek. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 92 County Adelaide

ATKINSON, Francis farmer Para Plains 1851[-1854] Memorial 193/35.

ATKINSON, Francis farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 61/85

ATKINSON, Frances widow Peachey Belt 1871. Relict of the late Francis Atkinson formerly farmer Peachey Belt. Their son, George Atkinson, had moved away from Peachey Belt by 1871 Application 11764

No 1 - son of Francis Atkinson of Peachey Belt

ATKINSON, George farmer Peachey Belt, died 1871. He left his entire estate to his mother, Frances Atkinson Memorial 143/256

No 2

ATKINSON, George grazier Willunga 1885 Memorial 107/363

ATKINSON, George farmer Willunga 1895 brother to Robert Atkinson farmer Willunga who died 8/6/1860. Joseph Atkinson farmer Willunga also a brother Memorial 29/424

ATKINSON, George farmer formerly of Willunga but now of Tapley Hill 1897 Memorial 203/431

No 1 – the Elder

ATKINSON, James farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1853[-1862] Memorial 348/50, Application 3169

ATKINSON, James farmer Yacka trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

No 2 – the Younger

ATKINSON, James the Younger Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 95 County Stanley

ATKINSON, James farmer Yacka Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1895[-1897] Grant Book 56 Page 99 County Stanley

ATKINSON, James William of the Hundred of Boucaut 1885 Memorial 8/372

No 1

ATKINSON, John farmer Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 2/85

ATKINSON, John farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 405/147

ATKINSON, John farmer Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 37 County Stanley

ATKINSON, John farmer Collinsfield trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

No 2

ATKINSON, John shepherd Angaston 1862 Memorial 204/291

No 3

ATKINSON, John clerk Gladstone Hundred of Narridy land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 258 County Victoria

No 4

ATKINSON, John and Frederick SACK clothiers Adelaide (Rundle St) 1881[-1883] Memorial 16/334

No 5

ATKINSON, John the Younger farmer Koolunga Co Stanley. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 472 County Daly

No 6

ATKINSON, John storekeeper Willunga linked with Robert Fish Atkinson storekeeper Willunga and Thomas Aldam Atkinson storekeeper Willunga 1907 Memorial 174/457

No 1

ATKINSON, John Jagger policeman Cowandilla 1840 Memorial 417/5

ATKINSON, John Jagger formerly policeman 1840 but now farmer Cowandilla 1845 Application 15983

ATKINSON, John Jagger farmer Cowandilla 1847 Memorial 106/8

No 1

ATKINSON, Joseph farmer Willunga 1845[-1853] Memorial 336/5

ATKINSON, Joseph farmer Willunga, died 25/9/1878, of chronic bronchitis, aged 54 Application 29051

No 1

ATKINSON, Mary Ann widow Glenelg 1864[-1869] Memorial 79/198

ATKINSON, Mary Ann widow formerly of Glenelg but now of Mt Torrens linked with WJ Atkinson [perhaps Walter James Atkinson?] no description Mt Torrens 1879 Memorial 150/313

ATKINSON, Mary Ann widow Glenelg 1882 Memorial 192/343

ATKINSON, Mary Ann widow Glenelg, died 30/11/1892. Estate worth £2,000. Executors; Walter James Atkinson accountant Semaphore and Josiah BONNIN station manager Nalpa Langhorne Creek Memorial 58/416

ATKINSON, Richard Gimbert bank manager Adelaide 1882 Memorial 248/345

No 1

ATKINSON, Robert and Thomas yeomen Willunga 1850 Memorial 322/20.

ATKINSON, Robert farmer Willunga 1854[-1860] Memorial 110/64

ATKINSON, Robert farmer Willunga, died 8/6/1862. His trustees were his two brothers, Joseph and Thomas Atkinson farmers Willunga Memorials 27/184 & 23/242

ATKINSON, Robert owned a hotel in Willunga, 'on the corner of St Luke's St and the High Road to Encounter Bay'. He died 8/6/1862. Linked with Joseph Atkinson who died 25/9/1878 and Thomas Atkinson farmer Willunga 1881 Memorial 180/336

ATKINSON, Robert farmer Willunga, died 8/6/1862, made his brother, Thomas Atkinson farmer Willunga 1894, a trustee of his estate. Robert Atkinson accountant Pt Pirie 1894 likely to belong to this family. Also Joseph Atkinson farmer Willunga, who died 25/9/1878, of chronic bronchitis, aged 54 Application 22741

ATKINSON, Robert farmer Willunga, died 8/6/1862. Husband of Mary Atkinson. His brothers, Joseph and Thomas Atkinson, were also farmers Willunga and acted as executors for his will. Joseph Atkinson farmer Willunga, died 25/9/1878, of chronic bronchitis, aged 54 . Robert Francis Atkinson and Thomas Fish Atkinson bakers Willunga 1924 also belonged to this family Application 27322

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ATKINSON, Robert Fish clerk to HA & W GOODE of Pt Pirie 1883[-1885] Memorial 4/352

ATKINSON, Robert Fish Atkinson clerk Pt Pirie and Susan Atkinson his wife 1884 Application 20093

ATKINSON, Robert storekeeper Willunga 1897 Application 23316

ATKINSON, Robert Fish general storekeeper Willunga 1905[-1915] Application 24995

ATKINSON, Robert Fish the Elder formerly clerk Pt Pirie 1891, but then general storekeeper Willunga, died 11/8/1922. Wife and children mentioned but not named. Executors; Thomas Aldam Atkinson of Willunga and William GOODE of Pt Pirie Memorial 21/488

ATKINSON, RF [the Younger] baker Willunga 1947 Memorial 1/528

No 1

ATKINSON, Thomas and Joseph farmers Willunga 1845 Memorial 336/5.

ATKINSON, Thomas farmer Willunga 1854[-1888] Memorial 200/73, Application 772, Application 21388

ATKINSON, Thomas MP of Willunga 1882 Memorial 134/345

ATKINSON, Thomas Esquire MP Willunga 1886 Application 20972

ATKINSON, Thomas MHA of Willunga linked with Thomas Aldam Atkinson in HM Civil Service Adelaide 1884 Memorial 97/359

ATKINSON, Thomas JP farmer Willunga 1893 Memorial 241/419

ATKINSON, Thomas farmer Willunga linked with Thomas Adam Atkinson storekeeper Willunga 1895 Memorial 26/424

ATKINSON, Thomas farmer Willunga, died 15/10/1906. Uncle to Robert Fish Atkinson storekeeper Willunga. Executors; Thomas Storey ALDAM farmer Willunga and Spencer Atkinson HALL bank manager Noarlunga Memorial 6/464

ATKINSON, Thomas farmer Willunga, died 15/10/1906. Estate worth £8,968. Bequests to his wife, Jane Atkinson, also to Robert Fish Atkinson storekeeper Willunga, George Atkinson, Thomas Aldam Atkinson, and Charlotte Sara wife of William Sara builder Broken Hill NSW children of Thomas Atkinson's late brother Robert Atkinson; to William Atkinson, Susannah MARSHALL wife of Thomas Marshall Kate WATERS wife of Stephen Waters and Alice Jane Atkinson children of Thomas Atkinson's late brother Joseph Atkinson; to William HOLMAN and Robert Holman children of Thomas Atkinson's late sister Susannah Holman 1924 Application 27318

No 2

ATKINSON, Thomas carpenter McLaren Vale 1854[-1857] Memorial 480/63

ATKINSON, Thomas carpenter McLaren Vale, about to marry Mary BROWNING widow McLaren Vale 1854. Mrs Browning’s land to go into trust to her use for life, then to her children. If no children survived, the property to go to William PEARN carpenter McLaren Vale Deposit 158/1857

ATKINSON, Thomas 36 bachelor carpenter married Mary BROWNING 38 widow on 15/2/1854 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. She could not write. Witnesses: James BOND and Kate YOUNG. By 1855, the Atkinsons lived at McLaren Vale Application 28719

ATKINSON, Thomas 36 carpenter Adelaide married Mary BROWNING 38 widow, on 15/2/1854 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses: James BOND and Kate YOUNG. Mary Atkinson wife of Thomas Atkinson carpenter Gloucester McLaren Vale, died 8/12/1855, of natural causes, hastened by the drunkenness and ill treatment of her husband, no age mentioned. Inquest held at Morphett Vale Application 18814

ATKINSON, Thomas carpenter McLaren Vale and Mary Atkinson his wife formerly Mary BROWNING widow of the late Nicholas Browning formerly licensed victualler McLaren Vale but now deceased 1855 Memorials 50/80, 159/91

ATKINSON, Mary former BROWNING nee ? , wife of Thomas ATKINSON carpenter Morphett Vale died 8/12/1855, without leaving any family. William PEARN carpenter of Gloucester McLaren Vale made the statement Deposit 158/1857

No 3

ATKINSON, Thomas farmer South Richmond 1866. Is this the same person as Thomas Atkinson farmer Twickenham 1866? Application 7771

No 4

ATKINSON, Thomas the Younger gentleman Tapley Hill 1897 Application 23316

No 1 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ATKINSON, Thomas Aldam clerk Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1886 Grant Book 2 Page 94 County Adelaide

ATKINSON, Thomas Aldam storekeeper Willunga 1894 Application 22742

ATKINSON, Thomas Aldam HM Civil Service Adelaide 1884 Linked with the late Thomas Storey ALDAM Application 20358.

ATKINSON, Thomas Aldam civil servant Adelaide linked with Robert Francis Atkinson and Thomas Fish Atkinson bakers Willunga 1925 Memorial 81/492

ATKINSON, Thomas Henry civil servant Adelaide 1904, son of the late Thomas Atkinson no description Application 24889

ATKINSON, Thomas William 36 carpenter bachelor m Mary BROWNING 38 widow on 15/2/1854 Holy Trinity Church North Tce Adelaide. Did the couple live in Willunga at the time?? Mary ATKINSON died 8/12/1855 Willunga, of natural causes, hastened by drunkenness and the ill treatment of her husband. William PEARN carpenter Gloucester McLaren Vale, the trustee for Mrs Atkinson’s marriage settlement, said that she had no children. Her husband inherited her land - the eastern moiety of Section 156 Hundred of Willunga. No indication of how Mrs Atkinson got her land in the first place Application 5149

No 1

ATKINSON, William farmer Twickenham 1854 Memorial 249/62

No 2

ATKINSON, William farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 187/65

No 3

ATKINSON, William farmer Yackamoorundie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

ATKINSON, William farmer Koolunga 1887 Memorial 151/381

ATKINSON, William Anderson newsagent Adelaide (Gresham St) trading under the style or firm of Atkinson & Co 1916 Memorial 28/474

ATRALL, Spencer proclaimed bank manager McLaren Vale 1920 Memorial 9/481

No 1

ATTENBOROUGH, George butcher Hindmarsh 1854[-1855] Memorial 284/63

ATTENBOROUGH, George farmer Hahndorf 1860 Memorial 9/162

ATTENBOROUGH, George butcher Mt Charles 1878 Memorial 154/312

ATTENBOROUGH, George butcher Oakbank 1884 Application 20270

ATTENBOROUGH, George John butcher Charleston 1879 Memorial 64/314

ATTENBOROUGH, George William farmer Wokurna Co Daly. Hundred of Bews land grant 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

ATTENBOROUGH, John farmer Encounter Bay 1862 Memorial 311/182

No 1

ATTENBOROUGH, Mark clerk to Messrs KNOX & GWYNNE solicitors Adelaide 1880 Memorial 175/323

ATTENBOROUGH, Mark solicitor Adelaide 1884[-1889] Memorial 70/362

No 1

ATTERSOLL, Adolphus builder Pt Adelaide 1855[-1867] Memorial 395/88

No 2

ATTERSOLL, Adolphus storekeeper The Sturt 1859 Application 877

ATTERSOLL, Adolphus postmaster The Sturt 1862 Memorial 309/185

ATTERSOLL, Adolphus formerly postmaster but now out of business The Sturt 1909 Memorial 122/461

ATTERSOLL, Adolphus farmer Marion 1913 Application 26201

ATTERSOLL, Henry Parker mason Glenelg 1866[-1876] Memorial 189/215

ATTERTON, George quarryman Houghton 1877 Application 16105

ATTERTON, John farmer Plympton 1859 Memorial 298/155

ATTICK, Arthur labourer Pt Lincoln 1927 Application 27605.

ATTICK, George labourer Pt Lincoln 1905[-1906] Memorial 163/452

ATTICK, William Frank labourer Pt Lincoln 1927 Application 27605

No 1

ATTIWELL, Andrew sawyer Macclesfield 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

No 2

ATWELL, Andrew and William farmers Mt Gamber 1863 Memorial 230/196

No 3 - probably the Elder

ATTIWELL, Andrew storekeeper Naracoorte Naracoorte (Hundred of Naracoorte) township allotment land grant 1869 Grant Book 50 Page 307 County Robe

ATTIWELL, A storekeeper Narracoorte 1876 Memorial 20/292

ATTIWELL, Andrew merchant Naracoorte trustee unnamed School Hundred of Hynam Hundred of Hynam land grant 1896 Grant Book 29 Page 169 County MacDonnell

ATTIWELL, Andrew formerly storekeeper but now out of business Narracoorte 1906 Memorial 192/455

No 4 - probably the Younger

ATTIWELL, Andrew the Younger Narracoorte 1871 Application 11496

ATTIWILL, Andrew station manager Narracoorte 1880 Memorial 143/326

ATTIWELL, Andrew and Robert farmers Glenburnie 1900 Memorial 111/441

ATTIWELL, Andrew James clerk Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1904  Grant Book 50 Page 260 County Robe

ATTIWELL, Frank of Narracoorte 1888 Memorial 37/392

No 1

ATTIWELL, William [formerly of Lacepede Bay but now] telegraph station master Penola 1877 Memorial 98/298

ATTIWELL, William postmaster Penola 1870 Memorial 132/248

ATTIWELL, W postmaster Penola 1878[-1885] Memorial 158/305

ATTERTON, Edwin tailor's cutter Goodwood West and Fredercik Henry BRIDGLAND clothier and outfitter Goodwood Park tailors, clothiers and outfitters Adelaide (Hindley St) trading under the style or firm of Bridgland and Atterton 1897 Memorial 122/430

ATTRIDGE, AW of Henley Beach Road, Mile End 1909 Memorial 29/462

ATTRIDGE, Joseph Colville eating house keeper Adelaide (30 Hindley St) 1884 Memorial 60/360

No 1 - possibly more than one person

ATTRILL, Daniel builder Adelaide 1840 Application 22367.

ATTRILL, Daniel farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1856] Memorial 18/69

ATTRILL, Daniel farmer Clarendon 1858 Memorial 274/145

ATTRILL, Daniel farmer Yankalilla 1863 Application 4067.

ATTRILL, Daniel farmer Yankalilla, died 6/4/1882 intestate, because no one witnessed his will. Letters of administration to his widow, Ann Attrill 1883 Application 22840.

ATTRILL, Daniel farmer Blue Short Farm Yankalilla, died 6/4/1882 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Ann Attrill, to settle the estate. She sold off some real estate on 15/3/1883 at her farm per auctioneer John CORNISH Memorial 19/349

No 1

ATTRILL, Frank of Pt Victoria 1885 Memorial 53/380

No 2

ATTRILL, Frank labourer Mt Monster. Hundred of Stirling land grant 1905 Grant Book 7 Page 28 County Buckingham

No 1

ATTRILL, George formerly bricklayer Adelaide but now farmer Encounter Bay and Kezia Attrill his wife 1848 Memorial 263/11

ATTRILL, George splitter Pt Elliot 1853 Memorial 141/72

ATTRILL, George farmer Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 288/103

ATTRILL, George farmer Pt Elliot 1862 Application 2858

No 1

ATTRILL, Jacob farmer Pt Elliot 1864 Application 5565

ATTRILL, Jacob farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1874 Application 13656

No 1

ATTRILL, Richard farmer German Flat Hundred of Benara land grant 1881 Grant Book 30 Page 289 County Grey

ATTRILL, Richard farmer Mt Gambier 1891 Memorial 203/410

ATTWOOD, Alfred Edwin house painter Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1894 Memorial 153/421

ATTWOOD, Edward farmer Walkerville 1848 Memorial 342/11

ATTWOOD, William Henry carpenter Petersburg. His wife, Susan Attwood, about to leave for WA, appointed Samuel KEALLERY agent Petersburg as her attorney 23/11/1894 Depossit 36/1895

ATWELL, Charles fencer Mitcham. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1892 Grant Book 2 Page 24 County Adelaide

No 1

ATWELL, Henry farmer Woodside 1855[-1859] Memorial 6/87

ATWELL, Henry of North Woodside 1863. He left the district at that stage and could still not be traced in 1882 Application 19286

ATWELL, Henry farmer formerly of Woodside 1882 Memorial 12/344

No 1

ATTWELL, James farmer Woodside 1851 Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 21/73

ATWELL, James farmer near the Crafers Inn on the road leading from Adelaide to Mt Barker 1856 Stirling Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 305/112

ATTWELL, James farmer Woodside Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Glebe Land (Land grant 16/8/1851 Section 5029a Hundred of Onkaparinga) foundation trustee, had left SA by 1883 Application 19964

No 1

ATWELL, Samuel farmer Crafers 1854 Memorial 153/79

ATWELL, Samuel gentleman Stirling East, about to live in Victoria, appointed George GOLDSACK carpenter Glen Osmond as his attorney to manage his SA estate 8/3/1877 Deposit 56/1877

ATWILL, James Moses gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1871 Grant Book 8 Page 92 County Burra

No 1

ATYEO, Henry farmer Wards Belt 1889 Memorial 241/398

ATYEO, Henry farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 122 County Chandos

No 1

ATYEO, Wilfred George Heath farmer Gawler 1933[-1936] Memorial 194/506

ATYEO, Wilfred George Heath farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Strathalbyn 1936 Application 28007

ATZE, Carl Ernst shoemaker Light Pass 1873 Application 12735

ATZE, Eric Carl farmer Kapunda 1956, declared that he had been born on 12/12/1915 and had lived in the Kapunda district for 10 years Application 29151

No 1

AUBERT, Thelisma gentleman Adelaide 1840[-1841] Memorial 223/1

Now Esquire Little Para 1846 Memorial 101/7

Stockholder Little Para Survey 1850 Memorial 362/24

Farmer Sans Souci Little Para 1853 Memorial 103/54

AUBERT, Thelisma formerly stockholder Little Para Survey 1847 but now farmer near Salisbury 1868 Application 9082

No 1

AUBIN, John Esquire Adelaide and Betsy Aubin his wife 1840 Application 27550

AUBIN, John Esquire Adelaide 1840 Enrolment 40/8

Husband of Betsy Contanche Aubin 1842 Memorial 394/1

Farmer; Adelaide 1845 Memorial 124/5

Merchant Walkerville by 1847 Memorial 462/8.

AUBIN, John storekeeper Walkerville trustee for St Andrew’s Walkerville 27/7/1848 Deposit 39/1889

No 1 - probably the same person

AUBREY, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 81/207

AUBREY, Charles storekeeper Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 126/241

AUBREY, Charles auctioneer Robe and Helen Jane Aubrey his wife formerly the widow of the late Allan Clarke COLMAN 1872 Application 12361

AUBREY, Charles auctioneer Penola and Helen Jane Aubrey his wife 1873[-1874] Memorial 118/270

AUBREY, Charles auctioneer Adelaide 1875 Application 14782

AUBREY, Charles late auctioneer Mt Gambier, now an imprisoned debtor in the Adelaide Gaol 21/6/1876 Application 22719

No 1

AUFDERHEIDE, Heinrich farmer Section 9a Hundred of Onkaparinga 1853[-1856] Memorial 476/59

AUFDERHEIDE, Heinrich farmer New Tiers 1856 Enrolment 63/29

AUFDERHEIDE, Christian Heinrich farmer New Tiers near Mt Lofty 1862 Memorial 340/180

AUFDERHEIDE, Heinrich farmer New Tiers 1869 gardener New Tiers 1882 Applications 10411/19030

AUFDERHEIDE, Heinrich gardener Summertown 1876 Application 15183

AUGHEY, Fergus Caswell carter and farmer Sherlock. Hundred of Peake land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 54 County Buccleuch

No 1 - the Elder

AUGHEY, John of Bowden and Anastasia Aughey his wife 1859 Memorial 149/148

AUGHEY, John brickmaker and labourer Brompton, died 17/5/1859 Adelaide Hospital, of bronchitis, aged 62. He left his estate to his wife, Anastasia Aughey. Mrs Aughey was formerly the wife of Thomas BONNER brickmaker Bowden, who died 27/4/1857, of paralysis, aged 56. The Bonners had only one child, who died in infancy almost straight after birth Application 21106

No 2 - the Younger

AUGHEY, John and AUGHEY, Richard farmers Apoinga 1860 Application 1616

AUGHEY, John farmer Apoinga Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1860 Grant Book 44 Page 378 County Light

AUGHEY, John farmer Tothill Creek 1865 Memorial 177/202

AUGHEY, John farmer Apoinga 1868 Memorial 90/232

AUGHEY, John farmer Apoinga Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 44 County Dalhousie

No 1

AUGHEY, Richard of Apoinga 1868 Memorial 128/232

AUGHEY, Richard formerly of Apoinga but now out of business Adelaide purchased the assigned lease of the Sturt Hotel, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1878 Memorial 123/306

No 1

AUGUST, Mrs Sarah of Walkeville and Melbourne Vic - family history details Application 19681

AUGUST, John Samuel gentleman Laverton near Melbourne in the Pt Phillip District brother and heir at law of Robert Maskall August deceased who was the eldest son and heir at law of his late mother Sarah August widow formerly of The Grange near Adelaide but then of Melbourne in the Pt Phillip District now deceased 1851 Memorial 163/176

No 1

AUHL, Albert Ernest farm labourer Hallett. Mt Bryan East (later Mt Bryan Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 210 County Burra

AUHL, Albert Ernest farmer formerly of Mt Bryan but now of Adelaide 1918 Memorial 134/476

AUHL, Christoph Carl Johann farmer Greenock 1860 Memorial 169/170

No 1

AUHL, Heinrich farmer Klemzig 1857 Memorial 314/124

AUHL, Heinrich carter Greenock 1864 Memorial 81/197

AULD, Archibald William farmer Yahl near Mt Gambier 1930 Application 27809

No 1

AULD, Ernest Patrick of Gilbert Place, Adelaide the liquidator of the firm of WP Auld & Sons Ltd of Gilbert Place, off Currie St, Adelaide 1916 Memorial 125/474

AULD, Ernest Patrick formerly wine and spirit merchant but now insurance company manager Adelaide (King William St) 1934 Application 27941

AULD, John wine and spirit merchant Floraville Gawler, died c1857. £30 to his mother, Mary AULD, residing in Scotland, ‘to be paid to her with all convenient speed after my death’. The trustees (James FOTHERINGHAM brewer Gawler, George WARREN surveyor Gawler and Robert RANKINE farmer Mt Crawford) to sell the rest of the estate ‘either by public auction or private contract’. £400 to be divided equally amongst his following brothers and sisters - James Auld, Thomas Auld, Archibald Auld, Patrick Auld, Agnes Kerr widow, Mary wife of ? MCPHARLANE, Jane wife of Duncan STEWART, Margaret wife of John DUNCE and Isabella wife of John FORSYTH. The rest of the capital to be invested in trust and the income paid to his mother for life. After her death, the principal to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his brothers and sisters (or children to get the division of the share to which a decesed brother or sister would have been entitled) Application 6517

No 1

AULD, John brewer Adelaide 1840 Memorial 172/72

Brewer Gawler 1847 Memorial 173/72

Wine and spirit merchant Gawler 1853[-1854] Memorial 165/59

Farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 246/74

AULD, John getleman Floraville near Gawler 1858 Memorial 142/139 Storekeeper Gawler 1858 Memorial 90/147

No 1

AULD, Patrick gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Home Park near Adelaide 1848[-1848] Memorial 174/72

AULD, Patrick vine grower Bushy Park near Magill 1859 Memorial 74/155

AULD, Patrick Esquire Bushy Park near Magill 1859 Application 6579

AULD, Patrick wine merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 153/155

AULD, Patrick Esquire Home Park Magill Adelaide 1864 Memorial 127/195

AULD, Patrick wine grower Auldana Vineyard near Magill East Torrens District 1864 Memorial 348/196

AULD, Patrick Esquire Bushy Hall 1866 Application 7103

AULD, Patrick winegrower formerly of Auldana but now of Hanover Square, London, Middlesex, England 1881 Memorial 74/331

AULD, Patrick wine grower formerly of Bushy Park Auldana near Magill but now of Hanover Square, London, Middlesex, England 1881 Application 18523

No 1

AULD, Patrick Howard fruitgrower Paradise 1920 Memorial 33/481

AULD, Patrick Howard horticulturalist Paradise 1925 Memorial 111/492

No 1

AULD, Thomas brewer Gawler 1847 Memorial 371/8.

AULD, Thomas licensed victualler The New Bushman's Inn Murray St Gawler 1849 Memorial 98/15

AULD, Thomas brewer Willunga 1853 Memorial 243/49

AULD, Thomas gentleman Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 215/56

AULD, Thomas brewer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 61/74

No 2

AULD, Thomas and Georgina Auld his wife 1877. Parents of Eliza Auld. The family had links with Magill Application 15688

No 1

AULD, Thomas Kilpatrick licensed victualler Walkerville 1850[-1853] Memorial 148/2.

AULD, Thomas K of Adelaide 1881 Memorial 158/331

AULD, William accountant Adelaide 1845 Application 6704

AULD, WP & Sons Ltd of Gilbert Place off Currie St, Adelaide 1911 Memorial 175/464

AUNGER, Cyril of the firm of Murray Aunger Ltd of Franklin St, Adelaide 1911 Memorial 119/465

No 1

AUNGER, John farmer Black Forest 1854 Memorial 125/64

AUNGER, John farmer Pt Gawler 1857[-1864] Memorial 16/133

AUNGER, John farmer Gawler River 1888 Application 21327

No 2

AUNGER, John farmer Kulpara Co Daly. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 251 County Victoria

No 1

AUNGER, Simon labourer Bowden 1856 He had the right with other purchasers of Bowden allotments to take water from 'several wells sunk and formerd by … James Hurtle Fisher', who had laid out Bowden Memorial 72/111

Formerly of Bowden but now farmer Langhorne Bridge 1856 Memorial 73/111

AUNGER, Simon farmer Langhorne Bridge 1858[-1879] Memorial 50/135

AUNGER, Simon farmer near Langhorne Bridge Co Hindmarsh Hundred of Freeling land grant 1866 Grant Book 58 Page 10 County Sturt

AUNGER, Simon farmer Koolunga, had died by 1896 intestate. Letters of administration to Lavinia Aunger widow Koolunga to settle the estate Grant Book 55 Page 193 County Stanley

AURICHT, Ernst Gottlieb farmer Sedan 1881 Memorial 185/333

No 1 - the Elder

AURICHT, Johann Christian the Elder married Maria Elisabeth LOECHEL in January 1829 at Chlastawe, Germany. Children - Johann Wilhelm Auricht born Nov 1829 died aged 1 yea 6 months, Johann Christian Auricht the Younger born April 1832 Chlastawe, Johann Gottfried Auricht born Nov 1834 Chlastawe, Johann Gottlieb Auricht born 1836 and died 1838 Hamburg, aged 1 year 6 months, just before the ship sailed for SA, Johanne Luise Auricht born early 1839 Glen Osmond died a few days afterwards, and the mother died soon afterwards as well. Both buried at Glen Osmond. 27/12/1839 Hahndorf, Johann Christian Auricht remarried to Johanne Eleonore PFEIFFER spinster. Their first two children born Klemzig, the last three at Langmeil. JC Auricht and his brother-in-law, Wilhelm Pfeiffer, bought Section 63 Hundred of Moorooroo in partnership - Pfeiffer the northern moiety, Auricht the southern moiety. Christian ROTHE formerly of Kuschten, near Chlastawe, said that he attended school with Christian Auricht in Chlastawe, from the age of 6. Christian Auricht married Christian Rothe's cousin, Maria Elisabeth LOECHEL, daughter of Martin and Dorothea Loechel of Kuschten. Christian Rothe attended the wedding. In the following year, 1830, he married also, and came to live at Chlastawe. The Christian Aurichts left Chlastawe in 1836 for Torowe, about 20 miles from Chlastawe, where their child Johann Gottlieb Auricht was born. The Aurichts and Rothes emigrated to SA together aboard the Catherine in 1838 under Captain Schacht. The above information collated in 1861 before James Huggins solicitor Kapunda Application 14224

No 2 - the Younger

AURICHT, Johann Christian the Younger Lutheran Pastor Tanunda eldest son and heir at law of the late Johann Christian Auricht the Elder farmer formerly of Angas Park but late of Langmeil 1861 Memorial 266/175

AURICHT, Johann Christian Lutheran minister Langmeil. Lake Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission trustee 1885 Memorial 153/378

AUSTEN, Robert Jonathan labourer High St, Kensington 1900 had lived in Kensington since c1856 Application 23961

AUSTIN, Ann widow Nairne Co Sturt [probably relict of the late John Austin of near Woodside and daughter of Francis FRY of Scott Creek near Nairne]. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 42 County Kimberley

AUSTIN, Albert farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 54 County Chandos

AUSTIN, Charles Henry bootmaker Kapunda 1888 Memorial 1/395

No 1

AUSTIN, Edward and Frederick Charles stockholders Ketchowla Station at or near the Eastern Plains 1867 Memorial 189/221

AUSTIN, Edward grazier Macclesfield 1870 Memorial 102/248

AUSTIN, Edward sheep farmer Macclesfield 1874 Memorial 160/277

AUSTIN, Edward sheepfarmer Wellington on the Murray. Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1875 Grant Book 54 Page 144 County Russell

AUSTIN, Edward sheep farmer Glenella near Mt Barker 1878 Memorial 139/312

AUSTIN, Edward stockholder Macclesfield Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1881 Grant Book 54 Page 119 County Russell

AUSTIN, Frederick Charles sheep farmer Ketchowla 1867[-1873] Memorial 189/221

No 1

AUSTIN, George labourer Athelstone 1866 Application 27092

No 2

AUSTIN, George of Middleton Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

No 3

AUSTIN, George the Younger farmer Pinnaroo 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 54 County Chandos

AUSTIN, Phillis widow Pinnaroo relict of the late George Austin formerly farmer Pinnaroo but now deceased. Mrs Austin and Andrew INKSTER retired farmer Lockleys were the executors of the estate 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 56 County Chandos

AUSTIN, Henry labourer Paradise 1890 Application 21832

No 1

AUSTIN, HH clerk Adelaide 1897 Memorial 18/430

AUSTIN, Henry Howard accountant Adelaide 1900[-1909] Application 24068

AUSTIN, Henry Howard of Currie St, Adelaide, Secretary to the Wyatt Benevolent Institution Inc, whose registered offices were in the Steamship Buildings, Currie St, Adelaide 1906 Application 25175

AUSTIN, Henry Howard accountant and auditor Adelaide (Steamship Building, Currie St) 1917 Memorial 49/475

AUSTIN, James blacksmith Tanunda 1872 Application 11859

No 1

AUSTIN, Job labourer Enfield 1859[-1867] Memorial 300/153

AUSTIN, Job labourer Enfield, died 30/9/1909. Husband of Eliza Janet Austin formerly TOTHILL nee OGILVY. Estate worth £275 1909 Memorial 9/462, Application 26931

No 1

AUSTIN, John blacksmith The Sturt 1851 Memorial 183/33.

AUSTIN/AUSTEN, John blacksmith St Marys on the Sturt 1855 Memorial 387/84

AUSTEN, John [formerly of St Marys but now] farmer The Gilbert 1857 Memorial 254/126

No 1

AUSTIN, John grocer and draper Adelaide (Sturt St West) 1883 Memorial 128/376

AUSTIN, JA bank manager Kadina 1883[-1887] Memorial 16/352

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

AUSTIN, John Baptist the Elder clergyman Macclesfield linked with John Baptist Austin the Younger gentleman Wallaroo 1865 Memorial 167/201

AUSTIN, John Baptist the Younger and DE MOLE, Henry William merchants Adelaide, trading under the style or firm of Austin, De Mole & Co 1855 Memorial 63/90

AUSTIN, John Baptist the Younger gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 51/103

AUSTIN, John Baptist accountant Adelaide 1871 Memorial 41/256

AUSTIN, John Baptist gentleman Gawler and Ellen Austin his wife formerly Ellen BEAMISCH 1872 Memorial 29/259

AUSTIN, JB no description entered an agreement concerning a mineral lease near The Dome north-west of Farina 'for the present to work the mine, raising and sending down the ore to the railway at Farina to be forwarded to Pt Adelaide (for smelting) or to Pt Augusta (for shipment)' 1882 Memorial 161/342

AUSTIN, John Baptist formerly merchant Adelaide 1853 late mining agent Knightsbridge, died 11/9/1896. He left his wife, Ellen Heard Austin, all his life insurance policies, his daughter Mary Ellen Austin his 8 room house in Third St, Knightsbridge, to his son and daughter John Alexander Austin and Margaret Rebecca Austin his collection of minerals with cases containing the same, to his wife the furniture in his house in trust for life, then to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant between his above mentioned son and two daughters. Estate worth £2,810. He was the last surviving trustee of his sister, Margaret Austin's, marriage settlement of land in the Hundred of Strathalbyn 1900 Application 24068

No 1

AUSTIN, Joseph labourer Athelstone and Esther Austin his wife 1876 Memorial 136/294

AUSTIN, Joseph gardener Newton 1900 Application 24065

No 1

AUSTIN, Joseph hotelkeeper Adelaide, died 7/6/1934. Father of Emily Marion MCCAWLEY wife of Anthony John Chrysostom McCawley out of business Adelaide Memorial 12/508

AUSTIN, Margaret Rebecca spinster Knightsbridge 1882 Memorial 18/344

No 1

AUSTIN, Richard butcher Aberdeen 1873[-1882] Memorial 92/277, Application 16799

AUSTIN, Richard butcher Aberdeen near Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 10 County Burra

AUSTIN, Richard butcher Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 19/5/1911. His widow, Julia Ann Austin, formerly of Aberdeen but then of Glenelg, died 13/9/1925 Memorials 26 & 27/495 & RPA Search 661

AUSTIN, Richard Henry formerly butcher Kooringa but now out of business Glenelg 1932[-1936] Memorial 19/506

AUSTIN, WG of Pt Wakefield 1856 Memorial 308/97

AUSTIN, William wheelwright Gawler 1861[-1870] Memorial 209/175, Application 7663

No 1

AUSTIN, William Sanders builder Adelaide 1876 Memorial 49/290

AUSTIN, WS carpenter Adelaide (Brown St) 1880 Application 18036

No 1

AUSTREY, Mary Ann spinster Apoinga. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1855 Grant Book 8 Page 269 County Burra

AUSTREY, Mary Ann spinster formerly of Apoinga 1855 but now of Clare 1874 Application 13358

No 1

AVELINE, James Government Overseer of Shunting Queenstown 1878 Application 16739

AVELINE, James railway clerk Queenstown 1880 Application 18276

AVERAY, Matthew William builder Brompton 1894 Application 22736

No 1

AVERIS, Jesse gentleman Tea Tree Gully 1889 Memorial 37/396

AVERIS, Jesse gardener Tea Tree Gully 1891 Application 22170

AVERIS, Jesse labourer Tea Tree Gully, died 16/7/1897. Husband of Elizabeth Averis. Father of Adeline Ann SANDFORD, Elizabeth Rosalind TREGEAGLE, James Averis and Alfred Averis. Executor; Robert MCEWIN out of business Glen Ewin settled the estate by 1922 when he had shifted to Dulwich Memorial 6/485

AVERY, Edward James Hall police constable Adelaide 1880 Memorial 125/326

AVERY, Errol Edward Arc clerk Franklin near Alberton 1926 Application 27469

AVERY, John farmer Willow Plains Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1904 Grant Book 33 Page 8 County Hanson

AVERY, Richard farmer near Woodside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 188 County Victoria

No 1

AVERY, Robert farmer Woodside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 188 County Victoria

AVERY, Robert farmer Walloway purchased land grants in the Hundred of Coomooroo 1882 Book 13 Page 259 County Dalhousie

AVERY, Robert farmer Coomooroo 1904 Book 13 Page 267 County Dalhousie

No 1

AVERY, William mason North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 123/34

AVERY, William yeoman Nailsworth 1853 Memorial 30/54

AVERY, William labourer Nailsworth, died c1859. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Eliza Avery (widow North Adelaide by 1877), for life, then to his son, Alfred William Avery (compositor North Adelaide by 1877) absolutely in remainder expectant Application 16083

AVERY, Eliza widow North Adelaide 1877, relict of the late William Avery formerly yeoman Nailsworth 1853. Alfred William Avery compositor North Adelaide 1877 probably a son of the above couple Application 16083

No 2

AVERY, William farmer Salter Springs Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 187 County Victoria

No 1

AVEY, George sawyer Mt Gambier 1856 Memorial 108/97

AVEY, George farmer Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 247/169

AVEY, George carpenter Mt Gambier 1864[-1882] Memorial 134/194

AWEGE, Carl farmer Charleston 1860 Memorial 235/166

No 1 - probably the same person

AWEGE, Johann Samuel farmer Mt Torrens 1858 Memorial 195/140

AWEGE, Samuel farmer Mannum 1885 Memorial 189/371

AWORTH, Alan James shop assistant formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Murray Bridge linked with Reginald Alfred Aworth formerly mixed business proprietor Marion Road, Plympton but now machinist Strathalbyn 1955. Sons of Alfred Aworth of Belvidere Hundred of Bremer, who died 9/5/1955 and his wife, Charlotte Elizabeth Aworth, who died 30/4/1938 Memorial 89/530

AWORTH, Charlotte Elizabeth married woman Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1917 Memorial 73/476

AWORTH, Sarah widow Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1908 Memorial 194/458

AXFORD, Benjamin Gideon farmer Bute trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1886 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

AXFORD, Emma married woman Mintaro, died 31/3/1919. Mother of Eliza GRACE wife of Reuben Edward Grace labourer Watervale and Amy IVEY wife of Stephen Ivey miner Boulder City WA Memorial 22/479

AXFORD, James contractor New Auburn 1910 Application 25876

AXFORD, Melville Leonard farmer Johnburg trustee a Chapel [perhaps at Johnburg?] 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

No 1

AXFORD, Thomas Peters miner Allendale near Kapunda 1864 Application 5619

AXFORD, Thomas P of Moonta 1874 Memorial 106/278

AXFORD, Thomas P of Jamestown 1887 Memorial 41/384

AXFORD, Thomas Peters storekeeper Jamestown 1896 Memorial 160/427

No 1

AXFORD, William miner North Kapunda 1850[-1856] Memorial 219/22.

AXFORD, William yeoman Kapunda 1859 Memorial 172/150

AXFORD, William farmer Allen Creek 1863 Application 4695

AXFORD, William formerly miner Kapunda 1854 but now farmer Allen Creek 1864 Application 5826

AXFORD, WR auctioneer Carrieton 1894[-1897] Memorial 61/420

AXON, Samuel plasterer Norwood 1858[-1874] Memorial 125/143

AYERS, Arthur Ernest gentleman Crafers, died 2/4/1921, of a brain haemorrhage, nephritis and 2 days' convulsions, aged 68 Application 28939

AYERS, Frederic of Le Fevre Tce, North Adelaide, died 1/2/1897 Aldgate Memorial 117/447

AYERS, Frederick wheelwright Gawler South 1896 Application 23178

AYERS, FR solicitor Adelaide 1869 Memorial 145/236

No 1

AYERS, Henry clerk to John Henry RICHMAN solicitor Adelaide 1841[-1842] Memorial 28/130

Both of Wakefield St, Adelaide 1842 Memorial 294/1

Clerk to James William MACDONALD solicitor King William St, Adelaide late 1842[-1843] Memorial 343/2

Clerk to JH FISHER solicitor Stephens Place, Adelaide 1844 Memorial 91/4

Clerk to Messrs SMART & BAYNE solicitors Adelaide 1844 Memorial 209/4

Clerk to Messrs SMART & Co solicitors Adelaide 1844 Memorial 292/48

AYERS, Henry Esquire Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1851[-1853] Memorial 398/39.

AYERS, Julian articled clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 82/424

AYERS, Thomas undertaker Magill Rd, Maylands 1910, claimed that he had lived in the vicinity since 1865 Application 25776

AYERS, William tobacconist Pt Adelaide 1910 Application 25746

AYING, ? carpenter and joiner A native of the Empire of China now of Gawler. He leased land in Murray St to John AULD wine and spirit merchant Gawler 1851 Memorial 160/30.

AYLES, Arthur Walter farmer near Kadina 1895 Memorial 46/424

AYLES, Henry farmer Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 324 County Daly

No 1

AYLES, James farmer Paskeville 1897 Memorial 107/430

AYLES, James farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 335 County Daly

No 1

AYLES, Joseph and William Henry HUGGINS farmers Richmond near Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 64 County Adelaide

AYLES, Joseph farmer Richmond 1851[-1853] Memorial 102/32.

AYLES, Joseph farmer [formerly of Richmond but now of] Para Plains 1854[-1862] Memorial 102/69

AYLES, Joseph farmer of the Para Plains 1857 of near Salisbury 1865 Application 5902

No 2

AYLES, Joseph the Younger farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 296 County Daly

AYLETT, George farmer Hundred of Adelaide 1862 Memorial 16/185

AYLIFFE, FH JP mill manager Myponga 1921 Memorial 124/484

AYLIFFE, George surgeon Adelaide and Elizabeth Ayliffe his wife 1844 Memorial 220/312

No 1

AYLIFFE, George Hamilton 24 policeman Adelaide m 26/2/1864 Christ Church Kapunda, Sarah Anne GLEESON 23 of Clare. Daughter of Edward Burton Gleeson Application 7991

AYLIFFE, George Hamilton clerk Plympton 1871 Application 11599

AYLIFFE, George Hamilton of Adelaide Registrar-General of Births, Deaths and Marriages for SA 1902 Memorial 6/445

No 1

AYLIFFE, George Wyndham horticulturalist Kangaroo Island 1910 Memorial 81/462

AYLIFFE, George Wyndham horticulturalist Kangaroo Island linked with Sarah Anne Ayliffe widow Unley 1911 Memorial 198/465

AYLIFFE, George Wyndham horticulturalist Cygnet River, Kangaroo Island 1914 Application 26360

No 1

AYLIFFE, Henry CH clerk to CL NEVILE solicitor Adelaide 1876 Memorial 146/287

AYLIFFE, Henry CH law clerk Pt Pirie 1878 Memorial 87/309

AYLIFFE, Henry CH solicitor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 152/339

No 1

AYLIFFE, James Burton and Laura Russell Ayliffe of Lairg Station Sheringa adopted Edmund George Russell DUMAS son of Alan Russell Dumas farmer Gladstone West Qld and Lily Jane Dumas his wife 1922 Memorial 91/486

AYLIFFE, James Burton pastoralist Warwick Ave, Toorak Gardens 1936 Memorial 141/509

AYLIFFE, John contractor Stockport 1882 Memorial 217/345

AYLIFFE, Sidney Hamilton licensed surveyor Pirie St, Adelaide 1937 Application 28091

No 1

AYLIFFE, Thomas the Elder licensed victualler The Sturt 1855 Memorial 19/80

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

AYLIFFE, Thomas farmer Section 603 etc Hundred of Alma 1860 Memorial 228/162

No 1

AYLIFFE, Thomas Hamilton road contractor The Sturt 1854 Memorial 61/67

AYLIFFE, Thomas Hamilton contractor on the road to The Sturt 1857 Memorial 228/118

AYLIFFE, Thomas Hamilton farmer near Stockport 1863 Memorial 229/193

AYLIFFE, Thomas Hamilton farmer Sections 309, 312 Hundred of Mudla Wirra Co Gawler 1885 Application 20581

AYLIFFE, Walter Courtney labourer near Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Alma land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 63 County Gawler

No 1

AYLIFFE, William Hamilton stock dealer Bay Road 1875 Memorial 116/285

AYLIFFE, William Hamilton stockowner Bay Road near Adelaide 1876 Memorial 110/296

AYLIFFE, William Hamilton cattle dealer Plympton 1877 Application 16082

AYLIFFE, William Hamilton stock dealer Darlington 1877 Memorial 60/300

AYLIFFE, William Hamilton auctioneer Adelaide (Currie St) 1881 Memorial 157/336

AYLIFFE, William Hamilton stockowner Adelaide 1882 Memorial 152/339

AYLIFFE, William Hamilton and BROWN, Edmund Cliffe stockowners Grenfell St, Adelaide 1882 Application 19552

AYLIFFE, William Hamilton and Edward Cliffe BROWN stock and station agents Adelaide (Grenfell St) trading under the style or firm of Ayliffe & Brown 1884 Memorial 62/359

AYLIFFE, William Hamilton and Edmund Cliffe Brown stock and station agents Adelaide trading under the title or style of Ayliffe and Brown, became bankrupts in 1885 Memorial 133/395

AYLIFFE, William Hamilton stock dealer New Brighton 1898[-1917] Memorial 100/475

AYLING, Alfred mason formerly of Willaston now of Gawler East 1901, declared that he had lived in Willaston between 1858-1864 and at Gawler East and Koolunga from 1864 until the present time. Brother to William Ayling formerly of Willaston now of Henley Beach who had owned allotments at Willaston since 1858 for either himself or tenants 'for grazing and paddocking cattle and horses and for raising crops of hay' Application 24130

AYLING, Alfred Alarie mason Willaston 1901 Application 24130

No 1

AYLING, Charles formerly mason but now district clerk Gawler 1907 Memorial 218/457

AYLING, Charles retired District Council Clerk Gulf View, Gawler East 1925, declared that he had lived continuously in Gawler between 1856-1928. He had been Clerk of the Mudla Wirra District Council between 1880-1919 Application 27413

AYLING, Charles retired District Council Clerk 1929, declared that he had served as Gawler South District Council Clerk from 13/10/1899 until 31/12/1927 Application 28467

No 1

AYLING, John shoemaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 483/21.

AYLING, John shoemaker Kensington 1853 Memorial 199/55

No 2

AYLING, John minister of religion Lyndoch Valley 1857[-1865] Memorial 103/119, Application 3125

AYLING, J William licensed teacher Hamilton on the Light 1875 Memorial 246/282

AYLING, M of Henley Beach 1922 Memorial 179/484

No 1

AYLING, William stone mason Walkerville 1852 Memorial 112/48

AYLING, William the Elder bricklayer Walkerville and Sarah Ayling his wife. William Ayling the Younger mentioned but not described 1878 Memorial 38/310

AYLING, William builder Willaston 1858 Memorial 350/142

AYLING, William mason Willaston, declared in 1895 that he had lived in Willaston since1856 Application 22931

AYLING, William mason formerly of Willaston late of Henley Beach, died 8/8/1903. His widow, Mary Ann Ayling, inherited his estate, worth £1550. Application 26325

AYLING, William mason formerly of Willaston but then of Henley Beach, died 8/8/1903. Husband of Mary Ann Ayling, still living at Henley Beach in 1910 Memorial 43/463

No 1

AYLMORE, Alfred labourer Spring Gardens, Onkaparinga Road 1841 Application 4791

AYLMORE, Alfred farmer Black Forest 1844 Application 14956

AYLMORE, Alfred labourer formerly of Spring Gardens, Onkaparinga Road 1841 but now of Hammersmith near Adelaide 1845 Application 4791

AYLMORE, Alfred farmer Black Forest 1848 Memorial 348/12

AYLMORE, Alfred farmer Brownhill Creek 1850 Memorial 163/26 AYLMORE, Alfred farmer Sandy Creek 1854 Memorial 87/65

AYLMORE, Alfred of Sandy Creek in the District Council of Barossa West 1857 Memorial 153/119

AYLMORE, Alfred farmer Sandy Creek, died 18/9/1888 Memorial 58/395

AYLMORE, Alfred Senr farmer Sandy Creek, died 18/9/1888. Estate worth £200. He left his estate to his wife, Eliza Aylmore 1889. Sons appear to be Alfred Aylmore Junr and Albert Edward Aylmore farmers Sandy Creek Application 21656.

No 1

AYLMORE, John farmer Sandy Creek 1855 Memorial 375/79

AYLMORE, John farmer [formerly of Sandy Creek but now of] Gawler South near Gawler 1863 Memorial 84/188

No 1

AYLWIN, Herbert Esquire Adelaide 1852 Memorial 154/44

AYLWIN, Herbert merchant Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 228/49

AYLWIN, Herbert wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 143/151

AYLWIN, Horace wine merchant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1854 Memorial 266/76

AYME, Mary Morgan spinster Adelaide 1849 Memorial 16/15.

AYRIS, Henry hotelkeeper Kingscote Co Carnarvon. Hundred of MacGillivray land grant 1908 Grant Book 11 Page 88 County Carnarvon

AYTON, George tea merchant Enfield 1894 Application 22644