Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

From the foundation of South Australia as a colony in December 1836 up until the implementation of the Real Property Act (Torrens Title System) in 1858, all deeds and records of land and other similar transactions were held at the South Australian General Registry Office (GRO).  The role of the GRO covered more than just property transactions and included mortgages, conveyances, leases, land grants, indentures, wills and other records which were deposited with the office.  Documents called memorials represent those original deeds registered and held by the GRO, whereas documents known as deposits or enrolments are certified copies held by the GRO.  These GRO records are now held at the S.A. Land Services Group, corner of Marion Road and Richmond Road, Netley where such records for early landowners and pioneer settlers are available upon suitable application.

 

Reg Butler (Hahndorf Historian), together with considerable help over an extended period of time, extracted relevant details from the GRO records.  These consist of data extracted from GRO Applications, Deposits, Enrolments, Land Grants, Memorials, and RPA Searches.  Individual extracted details were subsequently merged together by Reg under a common name or title forming the following Merged Lists listed below.

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.  Although it is certain that when compiling such data Reg took all available means to ensure accuracy and has provided appropriate references for most information, it is left to the reader to determine the validity of all such data.  Under no circumstances will Reg Butler correspond about or discuss any of the material or data included in any pages containing information extracted from his computer files.

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

Names Beginning 'Ba*' to 'Bec*'

BAANER, Oliver Alexander mercantile clerk Victor Harbor and Mary Baaner his wife 1909 Application 25669

BAANER, Paul William farmer Waitpinga 1866 Memorial 237/216

BABB, William farmer Gawler Special Survey 1847 Memorial 500/7.

No 1

BABBAGE, Benjamin Herschel Esquire St Marys on the Sturt 1853[-1875] Memorial 376/55

BABBAGE, Benjamin Herschel of St Marys on the Sturt, left his estate at St Marys in trust to his wife, Laura Babbage, for life, then to his two daughters, Emily Georgina Babbage, and Ada Rosalie Babbage, for their lifetimes. They had to pay their eldest brother, Charles Whitmore Babbage (or his eldest surviving son in the event of his death), one third of the income from the estate, except for the income from the olive trees and other fruit trees (which the sisters could keep entirely for themselves apparently). After the deaths of both the sisters, the St Marys estate to go absolutely to CW Babbage. The rest of BH Babbage's estate to go to his wife for her lifetime; after the death of their mother equally to his five children - Charles Whitmore Babbage, Eden Herschel Babbage, Henry Stainton Babbage and their two sisters 1878 Memorial 87/312

BABBAGE, Benjamin Herschel civil engineer St Marys Sturt, died 22/10/1878. He left his wife, Laura Babbage, a life interest in trust in his estate at St Marys, then for life in trust to his two daughters, Emily Georgina Babbage and Ada Rosalie Babbage, provided they pay their brother, Charles Whitmore Babbage, one third of the profit from the St Marys vineyard, excluding the olives and other fruit trees on the property, then to Charles Whitmore Babbage absolutely in remainder expectant or in the event of his death, to his eldest surviving son, the estate of St Marys. Laura Babbage widow Scarborough St, Glenelg, died 22/7/1899, of 9 months' senile decay and apoplexy, aged 82. Emily Georgina WOOLDRIDGE widow of the late Henry Wooldridge doctor of medicine Crafers, died 25/3/1926 Stirling West, of a fractured femur and cerebral haemorrhage, aged 77. Born in Florence, Italy, married aged 26, she had no family. Ada Rosalie CLARE widow of William Deykin Clare accountant Glenside Rd, Stirling West, died 10/9/1936 Nyora Rest Home, Fullarton Rd, Fullarton, of 3 years' senile dementia and arteriosclerosis, aged 80. Born at Edwardstown, she married aged 25. 2 sons living 2 sons deceased. Charles Whitmore Babbage died 17/8/1923 St John's Hill, Wanganui, New Zealand. His son, Alfred Whitmore Babbage gentleman Kawhia, New Zealand, inherited St Marys upon the death of his aunt Ada Clare in 1936. Francis Henry Clare clerk Ward St, North Adelaide 1956, was a son of Ada Clare Application 29202

BABBAGE, Charles Whitmore clerk St Marys Sturt 1878 Grant Book 17 Page 167 County Eyre

No 1

BABBAGE, Dugald Esquire Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 222/24

Civil engineer formerly of Adelaide now of Norwood 1854 Memorial 183/71 Engineer Norwood 1854 Memorial 411/69

BABBAGE, Dugald civil engineer Norwood 1856 Memorial 56/98

BABBAGE, Dugald formerly engineer Norwood 1856 but now gentleman Goodwood 1865 Application 6627

BABBAGE, Dugald gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1850 but now of Unley Park 1873 Application 13004

BABBAGE, Dugald civil engineer formerly of Norwood 1854 but now of Unley Park 1875 Application 14259

No 1

BABBAGE, Dugald Bromhead gentleman Goodwood 1873 Application 12876

BABBAGE, Dugald Bromhead of Dorset House, Unley Park and Ann Babbage his wife. DB Babbage was a brother to BH Babbage of St Marys on the Sturt 1878 Memorial 87/312

BABBAGE, Dugald Bromhead gentleman Adelaide, about to reside in Europe for a while, power of attorney to William Selby DOUGLAS gentleman Insurance Chambers Adelaide to manage his property 15/12/1879 Deposit 297/1879

BABBAGE, Eden Herschel gentleman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 223/285

No 1

BABBAGE, Octavius Alfred Secretary to the Permanent Equitable Building Society Adelaide 1867[-1868] Memorial 131/225

BABBAGE, OA witness to a transaction of the Equitable Fire Insurance Co Ltd Adelaide 99 Hindley St)and the Permanent Equitable Building and Investment Society 1870 Memorials 15 & 67/245

BABBAGE, Walter H bank manager Kooringa 1878 Memorial 70/305

BABBINGTON, Charles farmer Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 431/52

No 1

BABBINGTON, Thomas farmer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 88/67

BABBINGTON, Thomas farmer [formerly of Noarlunga but now of] Clarendon 1856[-1883] Memorial 109/98

BABBINGTON, Thomas farmer Clarendon, died 22/8/1883 Waymouth St, Adelaide, of calculus cystitis, aged 72. Did he die in the home of his friend, Samuel J DAILEY? Application 24813

BABBINGTON, Rebecca widow Clarendon 1883[-1885] relict of the late Thomas Babbington formerly farmer formerly of Clarendon but then of Adelaide (Waymouth St) now deceased Memorial 93/364

BABBINGTON, Rebecca widow of the late Thomas Babbington farmer Clarendon, died 16/7/1887, of acute and chronic bronchitis, aged 73 Application 21318

BABIDGE, Richard cooper Adelaide 1877 Application 16114

BACCHUS, Alexander labourer Encounter Bay Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1886[-1889] Grant Book 36 Page 85 County Hindmarsh

BACH, John agent Norwood 1880 Memorial 1/325

BACHE, James gardener Tregarthen 1902 Memorial 178/445

BACHE, John farmer Narridy Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 252 County Victoria

No 1

BACHE, Joseph Henry gardener Mt Lofty 1881 Memorial 147/337

BACHE, Joseph Henry fruit and produce merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) and George James Bache his son and assistant 1915 Memorial 28/473

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BACHE, William farmer Hundred of Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1858[-1860] Grant Book 1 Page 52 County Adelaide Memorial 191/165

BACHE, William of Moonta 1872 Application 12183

BACHELOR, James labourer Gawler 1877 Application 15898

BACHMANN, Ernst Erdmann cabinetmaker Greenock 1900 Application 24110

No 1

BACHMANN, Gottfried of [probably the Hundred of] Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 320/51

BACHMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 172/136

BACHMANN, Johann Gottfried farmer Greenock Creek 1860 Application 1653

BACHMANN, Wilhelm Adolph carpenter Greenock 1952, declared that he was born on 4/7/1891 and had lived in Greenock all his life Application 28790

BACK, Francis blacksmith and farrier O'Halloran Hill 1852[-1855] Memorial 165/45

BACK, George Frederick Clerk of the district council of Yankalilla 1937, appointed in November 1933 Application 28085

BACK, William builder Walkerville 1850[-1853] Memorial 162/24

BACK, William Worthington stockholder Murray River 1856 Memorial 232/98

No 1

BACKHOUSE, Thomas Salmon gentleman Sea Wall, Glenelg, and Katherine Backhouse his wife 1906 Memorial 35/455

BACKHOUSE, Thomas S sharebroker Adelaide 1946 Application 28447

No 1

BACKLER, Alexander William storekeeper Kingston S-E 1926 Memorial 52/496

BACKLER, Alex W store assistant to Henry Thomas Backler storekeeper both of Kingston S-E 1929 Memorial 21/502

BACKLER, Alexander William storekeeper Kingston S-E. Kingston Institute trustee 1936 Memorial 14/510

BACKLER, Alexander William storekeeper Kingston Lacepede Bay Institute trustee 1939 Application 28146

BACKLER, Clarence Bede labourer Robe 1925, owned land in Lordstown adjoining Robe Application 27387

BACKLER, George Frederick Albert grazier Kingston S-E 1947 Application 28515

No 1

BACKLER, Henry Thomas contractor Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 214/441

BACKLER, Henry Thomas storekeeper Kingston S-E 1922[-1933] Memorial 75/485, Application 27903

BACKLER, Henry Thomas storekeeper Kingston S-E, died 5/1/1936. Husband of Elizabeth Backler. Father of Alexander William Backler and Florence Annie Backler Memorial 97/511

No 1

BACKLER, Walter George shunter Kingston S-E 1915 Memorial 32/472

BACKLER, Walter George labourer Kingston S-E 1915 Memorial 119/473

BACKSHALL, Edward labourer Normanville 1857 Application 6502

No 1

BACON, Edward clerk Adelaide Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 72 County Fergusson

No 2

BACON, Edward Esquire Adelaide, about to leave SA, power of attorney to Alfred BONNIN solicitor Adelaide to manage his estate 26/2/1876 Deposit 54/1876

HARLEY, Charlotte Mary (Lady), lately called Lady Charlotte BACON widow Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to her son, Edward BACON Esquire Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 12/8/1875 Deposit 192/1875

No 1

BACON, Henry and William Isaac Bacon dairy farmers near Mt Remarkable 1860 Memorial 309/168

BACON, Henry labourer Melrose 1866 Memorial 94/210

BACON, Henry butcher Melrose 1896 Memorial 64/429

BACON, Henry butcher near Melrose and Eliza Bacon his wife 1897 Memorial 5/431

BACON, Henry butcher formerly of Melrose but now of Narrogin WA, and Eliza Bacon his wife 1906 Memorial 249/455

BACON, James carpenter Adelaide, died c1866. He left his entire estate to Mary Ann HILL of Adelaide Memorial 44/212

BACON, John Merry land agent Adelaide (18 Waymouth St) Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 72/470

No 1

BACON, Thomas Clement out of business Medindie and Aseneth Bacon his wife 1907 Memorial 187/457

BACON, Thomas Clement gentleman Hope Valley, died 18/7/1910, of diabetes, aged 69. Born in Yarmouth, England. In SA for 46 years. Married aged 24. No family His wife called Aseneth Bacon Application 26213

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BACON, William baker Adelaide 1838[-1842] Baker Hindmarsh 1840 Application 4656

BACON, William baker Tam O'Shanter Land and Mary Ann Bacon his wife 1842 Application 26255

No 2

BACON, William architect Adelaide 1850 Memorial 393/24.

No 1

BADCOCK, Frederick gardener Norwood 1851 Memorial 228/29.

BADCOCK, Frederick labourer Glen Osmond 1879 Memorial 246/315

BADCOCK, Frederick labourer Glen Osmond, died 28/8/1906. Estate worth £163. The whole estate to be sold and the proceeds shared equally amongst his five children. His son, William Badcock labourer Fisher St, Fullarton Estate, to be the sole executor 1913 Application 26226

No 1

BADCOCK, Harold storekeeper Watervale 1890 Memorial 101/402

BADCOCK, Harold storekeeper Walkerville and Sarah Jane Badcock his wife changed their surname to CROFT for business purposes. Probably their sons - Alwyn Harold Badcock clerk Hackney Rd, Raymond Arthur Badcock draper Watervale and Sydney Wilmot Badcock grocer Watervale also changed their surname to Croft for business purposes 'and for all purposes of whatsoever nature' 1898 Memorials 5-9/436   -   CROFT, Harold storekeeper formerly of Watervale but now of Aldinga 1909 Memorial 185/461

No 1

BADCOCK, James and Paul storekeepers Penwortham 1851 Memorial 274/35.

BADCOCK, James and Paul storekeepers Watervale 1852 Memorial 463/39.

BADCOCK, James storekeeper Watervale 1855[-1858]. He took out a 9 year lease at £30 a year on 20 acres of pt Section 145 Hundred of Upper Wakefield (excluding the pound), which included a stone house with 8' high walls and one stone and one paling partition, a bark roof not watertight, 2 window sashes with 11 whole panes of glass, and 2 plain doors. In the front was a 8 yard wide yard. The whole property had a mixture of fencing, including 33 yards of 2 rail pines with gum posts in good condition; 139 yards of mallee rail and gum posts in indifferent repair; the remainder consisting of 3 rail fence in good condition. Also a stock yard 4 panels square with gallows all in good repair. Charles GREENSLADE licensed victualler Penwortham owned the property Memorial 261/82

BADCOCK, James storekeeper Watervale 1857[-1875] Watervale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 139/128

BADCOCK, James storekeeper Watervale 1862 Application 2762

BADCOCK, James and Paul storekeepers Watervale 1869 Memorial 179/238

BADCOCK, James storekeeper and Paul corn dealer both of Watervale 1869 Memorial 91/243

BADCOCK, James storekeeper Clare 1869 Memorial 20/241

BADCOCK, James storekeeper Watervale 1888 Memorial 220/392

No 1

BADCOCK, Joses farmer Section 384 Survey B near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 117/22. Draper Adelaide mid 1850 Memorial 362/23.

No 1

BADCOCK, Paul tanner Islington 1850 Memorial 81/25 Farmer Section 383 near Islington late 1850 Memorial 306/26

BADCOCK, Paul storekeeper North Road 1853 Memorial 379/47

BADCOCK, Paul farmer North Road 1854[-1856] Memorial 150/73

BADCOCK, Paul farmer Section 3289 Hundred of Munno Para 1856 Memorial 41/108

BADCOCK, Paul corn dealer Manoora 1881 Memorial 108/336

BADDELEY/BADDILY, Augustus George accountant Norwood 1850 Memorial 334/19.

Member of the Economic Investment & Loan Society 1851 Memorial 267/33

Accountant Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 54/77

BADDELEY, Charles Henry gentleman Sydney NSW bought Allotments 64 & 68 in Kooringa for £600 1848 [Later Merchant; Kooringa] Memorial 311/12

BADDICK, Luke clerk to Messrs HARDY, JAMES & James solicitors Adelaide 1853 Memorial 66/60

BADDOCK, Ernest Bertram clerk 8 Cumberland Ave, Cumberland Park. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

BADE, Joseph Werner farmer Sturt Plains near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 42/20

BADE, Werner Ferdinand Conrad farmer Pt Elliot 1868 Application 9287

No 1 - the Elder and Younger

BADENOCH, Alexander farmer New Tiers 1853 Memorial 137/62

BADENOCH, Alexander the Elder cabinetmaker New Tiers and Agnes Collie Badenoch his wife 1856 Memorial 200/104

BADENOCH, Alexander the Elder and the Younger farmers New Tiers 1856 Memorial 200/104

BADENOCH, Alexander the Elder gardener Carey Gully, died 28/8/1883, of senile decay, aged 84. His wife, Agnes Badenoch, had died 13/2/1861 New Tiers, of dropsy, aged 64. Alexander Badenoch the Younger gardener Carey Gully, died 4/1/1870 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Jane Badenoch, to finalise the estate, worth £2,000 Application 21670

No 1 - the Elder

BADENOUGH, James baker New Tiers Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 104 County Grey

BADENOCH, James merchant Pt MacDonnell Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 298 County Grey

No 2 - the Younger

BADENOCH, James the Younger storekeeper’s assistant Pt MacDonnell, (in partnership with Mary Badenoch widow of James Badenoch the Elder) about to leave SA for 3 years, power of attorney to Mary Badenoch, to manage the deceased estate 2/8/1884 Deposit 200/1884

BADENOCH, James forwarding agent Pt MacDonnell, died c1889. Linked with Mary Badenoch and James Badenoch of Pt MacDonnell Memorial 25/410

BADGE, H proclaimed bank manager Stirling West 1952 Memorial 58/527

No 1

BADGE, Thomas miner Kapunda 1853[-1857] Memorial 6/62

BADGE, Thomas blacksmith Kapunda 1855[-1868] Memorial 468/91

BADGE, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 8/206

BADGE, Thomas of Kapunda 1876 Memorial 38/295

BADGE, Thomas blacksmith Kapunda, died 18/11/1876. Husband of Elizabeth Badge. Linked with Joseph Badge agent Maylands by 1884 Memorial 151/359

BADGE, Elizabeth widow Kapunda relict of the late Thomas Badge 1877 parents of Joseph Badge shoemaker Adelaide, Elizabeth RENFREY wife of John Renfrey miner Kapunda, Sarah ASHTON wife of James Gibson Ashton civil servant Adelaide, and Susan COCKS wife of Joseph Cocks commercial traveller Adelaide Memorial 24/300

BADGE, Elizabeth widow Kapunda 1884[-1891] Memorial 208/355

BADGE, Elizabeth widow of the late Thomas Badge farmer Kapunda, died 31/1/1903 King William Rd North Unley, of morbus cordis, aged 82. Her husband, Thomas Badge, had died 18/11/1876, leaving his real estate in trust for his wife during her lifetime and then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Sarah Wheare ASHTON wife of James Gibson Ashton Official Receiver and accountant Goodwood Park and Susan COCKS widow Boulder WA were two children of Thomas Badge. Apparently, a son called Joseph Badge lived in Melbourne Vic Application 24664

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BADGER, David baker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 287/29

BADGER, David baker Stepney 1856 Memorial 408/98

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BADGER, David Baptist Minister Morphett Vale 1867 Memorial 218/227

No 1

BADGER, Gibson of Morphett Vale 1867 Memorial 218/227

BADGER, Gibson farmer Lancelot trustee unnamed Cemetery Lancelot Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 45 County Kimberley

BADGER, G JP storekeeper Dawson 1886 Memorial 16/374

BADGER, Herbert James storekeeper Dawson Oodlawirra (formerly Penn Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 177 County Herbert

BADGER, Irvine Magnus licensed land broker agent Adelaide 1939 Application 28196

No 1

BADGER, Magnus clerk Adelaide (Eagle Chambers) 1884[-1885] Application 20388

BADGER, Magnus solicitor Adelaide (Eagle Chambers, King William St) 1885 Memorial 78/369

BADGER, Magnus solicitor Clare 1887 Memorial 240/387

BADGER, Magnus solicitor Clare 1890 Application 21836

BADGER, M solicitor Clare. C WEBB his clerk 1918 Application 26664

BADGER, Magnus solicitor Clare 1923, declared that he had lived in Clare for at least 37 years Application 27102

No 1

BADGER, Robert solicitor Adelaide (Insurance Chambers, King William St) 1915 Application 26419

BADGER, Robert solicitor Adelaide 1939 Memorial 97/515

BADLEY, William out of business North Adelaide 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

BADMAN, Albert Ernest dealer 47a Thornton St, Kensington 1938 Memorial 88/512

No 1

BADMAN, Alexander and Archibald farmers Brownhill Creek 1855 Memorial 285/82

BADMAN, Alexander farmer Goodwood 1855 Memorial 293/94

BADMAN, Alexander farmer formerly of Goodwood but now of Pt Gawler 1856 Memorial 318/102

BADMAN, Alexander farmer The Gilbert near Riverton 1869 Application 9796

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

BADMAN, Archibald farmer Brownhill Creek 1855 Memorial 285/82

BADMAN, Archibald farmer Unley Park 1862 Application 3031.

BADMAN, Archibald farmer Unley Park 1868[-1898] Memorial 16/228, Applications 15000, 21893, 23588

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

BADMAN, Archibald farmer Two Wells 1889 Application 21638

BADMAN, Archibald grazier Maylands and Albert Ernest Badman grazier Kensington 1923 Memorial 152/489

BADMAN, Frank farmer near Gawler 1905 Application 24918

BADMAN, George farmer near Riverton Co Light Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 95 County Stanley

No 1

BADMAN, George Pursey gentleman Adelaide 1877 Memorial 206/302

BADMAN, George Pursey gentleman Norwood 1882 Memorial 89/346

BADMAN, George Pursey licensed victualler Wheatsheaf Hotel, Old Thebarton 1888[-1892] Memorial 52/394, Application 22391

BADMAN, Herbert Joseph Gawler farmer Angle Vale 1909 Memorial 245/463

BADMAN, James of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 96 County Stanley

No 1

BADMAN, Irving Lewis agent Woodville 1919 Memorial 9/478

BADMAN, Irving Lewis agent Woodville 1921 Application 27001

No 1

BADMAN, Joel farmer Pt Gawler 1865 Memorial 131/205

BADMAN, Joel farmer Lower Light 1887 Application 21141

BADMAN, Joel farmer Two Wells 1893 Memorial 180/417

BADMAN, Joseph farmer Angle Vale and Margaret Joyce Badman his wife 1903. Parents of Margaret Joyce Badman Application 24697

BADMAN, Robert of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 91 County Stanley

No 1 - probably Sylvester Pursey Badman

BADMAN, Sylvester licensed victualler Adelaide (Red Lion Rundle St) 1860 Memorial 96/175

BADMAN, Sylvester of Goodwood 1864 Memorial 231/196

BADMAN, Sylvester farmer Adelaide 1865 Memorial 287/201

No 2

BADMAN, Sylvester Pursey licensed victualler Adelaide 1860 Application 1389

BADMAN, Sylvester Pursey farmer near Ravenswood [Millswood] near Adelaide 1864 Memorial 175/197

BADMAN, Sylvester Pursey farmer Goodwood Park 1866 Memorial 219/213

BADMAN, Silvester Pursey (by mistake called Sylvester Percy Badman) licensed victualler Adelaide 1868 Memorials 3/228 & 38/228

BAEHNISCH/BAHNISCH/BÄHNISCH, Christian farmer Mt Mary trustee unnamed Lutheran Church and cemetery 1900 Grant Book 18 Page 108 County Eyre

BAEHNISCH/BAHNISCH/BÄHNISCH, Ernst Traugott farmer Nuriootpa and Anna Louise Amanda Baehnisch his wife 1901[-1903] Memorial 144/443

BAEHNISCH/BAHNISCH/BÄHNISCH, Ernst Wilhelm linked with Section 102 Hundred of Bundey Co Burra 1885 Memorial 125/367

No 1

BAEHNISCH/BAHNISCH/BÄHNISCH, W farmer North Rhine 1857 Memorial 235/120

BAEHNISCH/BAHNISCH/BÄHNISCH, Wilhelm farmer Angas Park 1860 Memorial 314/163

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BAEHR/BAHR/BÄHR, August yeoman Adelaide 1863 Memorial 235/280

BAEHR/BAHR/BÄHR, August Friedrich and Carl farmers Mobilong 1888 Memorial 79/391

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BAEHR/BAHR/BÄHR, Carl miner Adelaide linked with August Baehr yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 29/57

BAEHR/BAHR/BÄHR, Carl farmer Tungkillo 1866 Memorial 248/214

BAEHR/BAHR/BÄHR, Carl Charles farmer Palmer Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 312 County Sturt

BAEHR/BAHR/BÄHR, Carl Charles farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 369 County Sturt

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BAEHR/BAHR/BÄHR, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Yanyarrie linked with Anna Baehr spinster Hundred of Moockra 1885 Memorial 155/368

BAEHR/BAHR/BÄHR, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Wasleys Co Gawler. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 112 County Chandos

No 1

BAEHR/BAHR/BÄHR, George Friedrich farmer Tanunda 1857 Memorial 71/118, Application 12648

BAEHR/BAHR/BÄHR, George Friedrich died 17/1/1863. By 1878, his sons were Johann Christian Bär farmer Neu Mecklenburg and Heinrich Gottlieb Bär farmer Wasleys. JC Bär explained the correct spelling of the family's surname Application 16737

BAEHR/BAHR/BÄHR, Elizabeth widow Flaxman Valley. She could not write 1868[-1875] Memorial 92/230, Application 19238

BAEKER, Christoph farmer Wilmington 1900 Memorial 211/440

BAENMAN, Michael farmer McLaren Vale 1891 Memorial 7/408

No 1

BAENSCH/BANSCH/BÄNSCH, Dienegott farmer Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 287 County Sturt

BAENSCH/BANSCH/BÄNSCH, Dienegott farmer Sommerfeld Hundred of Finniss land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 42 County Sturt

BAGALINI, Antonio sculptor Kapunda and Olga Helene Charlotte Louise Wilhelmine Bagalini his wife 1886 Memorial 6/374

BAGEEST, Francis timber merchant Adelaide (Flinders St) 1857 Memorial 89/116

BAGG, Arthur Richard and John Albert farmers The Burra 1900 Memorial 37/442

No 1

BAGG, Frederick teamster Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1876 Grant Book 8 Page 27 County Burra.

BAGG, Frederick farmer Kooringa 1885 Memorial 74/371

BAGG, Frederick farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1889 Grant Book 9 Page 13 County Burra

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BAGG, John labourer Adelaide 1838 Memorial 61/105

BAGG, John labourer formerly of Adelaide 1838 but now of Glenelg 1841 Application 4452

BAGG, John brickmaker Holdfast Bay 1839 Brickmaker Burra Burra Mines 1847 Application 22391

BAGG, John brickmaker formerly of Holdfast Bay but now of the Burra Burra Mines 1847 Memorial 262/59

BAGG, John farmer Kooringa 1855[-1873] Memorial 454/82

BAGG, John farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1857[-1879] Memorial 330/125

BAGG, John formerly brickmaker Adelaide but now farmer near Kooringa 1865 Memorial 297/200

BAGG, John the Elder farmer Kooringa 1862 Memorial 15/292

BAGG, John the Younger farmer Springbank near Kooringa. Springbank Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1862 Memorial 15/292

BAGG, John farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1864[-1879] Applications 5865,13370

BAGG, John farmer Springbank near Kooringa Co Burra Hundred of Hanson land grant 1865[-1874] Grant Book 56 Page 274 County Stanley

BAILEY, John the Younger farm labourer Gum Creek near Kooringa Hundred of Ayers land grant 1874 Grant Book 56 Page 193 County Stanley

BAGG, John the Elder and Younger farmers Springbank near Kooringa 1880 Memorial 59/323

BAGG, John farmer near Kooringa 1886 Application 20933

BAGG, John grazier Springbank near Kooringa 1899 Grant Book 9 Page 13 County Burra

BAGG, John farmer Springbank near Kooringa, died c1899. Father of John Albert Scott Bagg and Arthur Richard Bagg graziers near Kooringa, plus another unnamed younger son Memorial 70/443

BAGG, John farmer Springbank near Kooringa, died 28/5/1899. Husband of Elizabeth Bagg. Father of John Albert Scott Bagg bicycle agent Kooringa, Arthur Richard Bagg labourer Springbank near Kooringa and Leonard Leopold George Bagg no description Memorial 223/445

BAGG, John Dennett gentleman Parkside, about to leave SA for a time, power of attorney to David TWEEDIE agent Adelaide to manage his estate 22/2/1882. JD Bagg was at Bridport, Dorset, England in 1887, when he cancelled Tweedie’s attorneyship. Josiah Henry SymoN, John Warren Bakewell and William Symon Esquires Adelaide appointed instead. Still in Bridport when David Tweedie reappointed in 1889 Deposits 140/1887 and 137/1889

BAGLEY, Charles farmer Thebarton 1860 Memorial 97/168

BAGLEY, Thomas licensed victualler Robertstown 1881 Memorial 176/338

No 1

BAGOT, Charles Hervey Esquire Chapman Plains 1842 Memorial 205/2

BAGOT, Charles Hervey Esquire MLC Nurney House, North Adelaide and Mary Bagot his wife 1859 William JACOB Esquire Moorooroo undertook to pay the Bagots a yearly annuity of £300 for the remainder of their lives and then the same yearly sum for life to Mary Elizabeth Jacob the wife of William Jacob Memorial 8/156

BAGOT, Charles Hervey gentleman Kingston Tce, North Adelaide, died 29/7/1880, senile decay of several years, aged 92. He and his wife, Mary Bagot, had left SA in 1859 to travel to Europe, when Mrs Bagot was in failing health. She died at Cairo, during the voyage, in early 1860. CH Bagot returned to SA in 1865 Application 18607 

MACCARTHY, Mary, had married Charles Hervey BAGOT of Adelaide.   Sister to Elizabeth MacCarthy spinster of independent means 38 St Petersburgh Place, Paddington, Middlesex, England, who died 8/1/1874 of cardiac dropsy (4 days) and exhaustion, aged 75. Another sister, Sophia MacCarthy spinster of independent means 38 St Petersburgh Place, Paddington, Middlesex, died 16/12/1877 of chronic bronchitis (2 years) and broncopneumonia (17 days), aged 71. Walter Emilius MacCarthy architect 20 Cockspur St, Charing Cross, Westminster, Middlesex, England, was their nephew 1882 Application 18964

BAGOT, Charles Mulchra station manager Dalhousie Station Out of Hundreds. Oodnadatta (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 234 County Not named

BAGOT, Charles Samuel Esquire The Gables, East Sheen, Mortlake near London, England 1882 Application 18964

No 1 - the Elder

BAGOT, Christopher Michael of Koonunga 1851 14 year 33 square miles crown land lease at £24/15/- a year Memorial 243/48

BAGOT, Christopher Michael Esquire sheep farmer Kapunda 1853 Memorial 387/60

BAGOT, Margaret Elizabeth widow Nurney House, North Adelaide 1881, declared that she had married Christopher Michael Bagot stockholder Koonunga, on 6/8/1846. Children as of 1881 - Charles Hervey Bagot Captain in the Royal Engineers India, John Bagot and Christopher Michael gentlemen Adelaide; Mary Jane Bagot now the wife of George Mathieson Turnbull, and Margaret Elizabeth Bagot spinster Application 18607

No 1 - the the Younger

BAGOT, Christopher Michael Esquire Mt Margaret Station about to marry Eleanor HAWKER spinster a daughter of the Hon George Charles Hawker the Elder Esquire The Briars near Adelaide. Her brother, George Charles Hawker the Younger, lately of Bungaree but now on a voyage to England 1878 Memorial 207/305

BAGOT, C Neville of Auchrane Castle, Co Galway, Ireland 1863 Memorial 250/190

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BAGOT, Edward Meade stockholder formerly of the Darling River but now of the Torrens River 1858 Memorial 167/138

BAGOT, Edward Meade Esquire Beefacres near Adelaide 1860 Memorial 100/163

BAGOT. Edward Meade auctioneer Adelaide shareholder and foundation director Wheal Emma Mining Co Section 5098 Hundred of Onkaparinga. He attended the special shareholder meeting, held 13/6/1870, at Ingleby & Robinson’s office 96 King William St, Adelaide, which decided to dissolve the company and sell the mine site to the Crescent Silver Mining Co Ltd for £126 Application 11119

BAGOT, Edward Meade stockholder Adelaide 1876. Released from impending bankruptcy through sale of assets. Good list of assets, including furnishings of home in Brougham Place, North Adelaide Enrolment 60/52.

In partnership with Gabriel BENNETT stockholder Adelaide 1876 Enrolment 60/52

BAGOT, Edward Meade Esquire with interests in the Arno and Wandiddie Mines at Franklin Harbour, became a bankrupt in 1877 Memorial 221/300

BAGOT, Edward Meade the Elder cattle salesman Adelaide 1880 Memorial 165/327

BAGOT, Edward Meade stock and station agent Adelaide 1883 Memorial 185/348

BAGOT, Edward Meade cattle salesman Adelaide 1885 Application 20607.

BAGOT, Edward Meade stock and station agent Palmer Place, North Adelaide, died about 24/7/1886 Dry Creek, of a compound fracture of the skull , the result of a fall accidentally into the Stockade stone quarry, aged 63 Application 21071

BAGOT, Edward Meade the Younger cattle drover Dalhousie Springs Far North, but presently residing in Adelaide 1878 Memorial 143/327

No 1

BAGOT, George Wallwall stock and station agent Adelaide 1890 Memorial 200/404

BAGOT, George Wallwall stock and station agent Adelaide (King William St) 1893 Memorial 191/419

BAGOT, H stockholder Chapman Plains 1844 flocks Memorial 381/3

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BAGOT, John stockholder Adelaide, about to leave SA, appointed Christopher Michael Bagot stockholder Bungaree to manage his estate 16/5/1878. Of Fitzroy in 1891, when he left SA again - Frederick Algernon PRICE agent Adelaide appointed attorney Deposits 123/1878 and 42/1891

BAGOT, John sheep farmer Adelaide 1881 Application 18528

BAGOT, John of Adelaide 1901. Director of the SA Brewing Company Ltd Application 24251

BAGOT, John M[eyler] surveyor S-E District drainage works 1872 Memorial 168/261

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BAGOT, John Tuthill barrister Adelaide. Solicitor to the SA 17Building and Investment Society 1854 Application 14221

BAGOT & LABATT in Clark’s Buildings, Adelaide, in 1862 Application 3318

BAGOT, Ulysses North gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 253/30

No 1

BAGSHAW, Charles Joseph farmer Weaner Flat Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 144 County Fergusson

BAGSHAW, Charles Joseph of Pt Victoria 1888 Memorial 149/392

BAGSHAW, Donald Myles gardener Millbrook 1931 Memorial 44/504

No 1

BAGSHAW, Henry Thomas farmer Chain of Ponds 1856 Memorial 2/119

No 2

BAGSHAW, Henry Thomas farmer Chain of Ponds linked with Frances King Bagshaw spinster Chain of Ponds 1941 Memorial 52/515

No 1

BAGSHAW, John Augustus machinist Adelaide 1884 Application 20349

BAGSHAW, John Augustus machinist Adelaide (Elizabeth St) and Chairman of the Mitcham District Council 1887 Memorial 165/388

BAGSHAW, John Augustus machinist Adelaide and Helen Bradshaw his wife 1891 Application 22077

BAGSHAW, John Augustus machinist Brighton 1898 Memorial 126/435

BAGSHAW, John Augustus mechanical engineer Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1901 Application 24336

BAGSHAW, John Augustus agricultural engineer Adelaide 1910 Memorial 136/463

BAGSHAW, John Augustus agricultural engineer Brighton 1914 Application 26265

BAGSHAW, John Augustus agricultural engineer Brighton, aged 75 in 1915, declared that he had been born in Adelaide, the eldest son of JS Bagshaw machinist Adelaide. He lived at home with his parents until he married in 1868. He became a partner in the firm a considerable time before his father died and knew the firm's business well. He often accompanied his father or went alone to Islington to inspect the land which JS Bagshaw owned there Application 26443

BAGSHAW, John Moss farmer Weaner Flat Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

No 1

BAGSHAW, John Stokes carpenter Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1856 Memorial 44/98

BAGSHAW, John Stokes used to acquire allotments in Islington as opportunity offered, by fencing in unoccupied land and letting the areas out for cultivation and grazing.These schemes formed the basis of much family discussion. When Elizabeth Clara Ann Bagshaw married Thomas DUELL in 1870, her father let them live in a home built upon one of the allotments, and Thomas Duell became a farmer and dairyman as tenant of his father-in-law. When JS Bagshaw died, these allotments became part of his estate to share out amongst his children. Georgina Bagshaw spinster Molesworth St, North Adelaide 1914, declared that she had been born on 21/3/1848 Adelaide, the youngest daughter of John Stokes Bagshaw machinist Adelaide who died 1/1/1888. She lived with him to the time of his death and gave the above information Application 26362

BAGSHAW, John Stokes machinist Chetwynd House, Franklin St, Adelaide, died 1/1/1888. His son, William Edward Bagshaw, died 7/7/1895 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Ellen Bagshaw by 1913, of Marion St, Parkside 1914 Application 26265

BAGSHAW, Melville Frost gardener Kersbrook 1926 Memorial 32/495

No 1

BAGSHAW, Thomas Henry engineer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 221/324

BAGSHAW, Thomas Henry engineer formerly of Adelaide but now of Clare 1910 Memorial 135/463

BAGSHAW, Thomas Henry orchardist Clare 1912 Memorial 233/465

BAGSHAW, Thomas Henry orchardist Clarence Park 1914 Application 26265

No 1 - probably the same person

BAGSHAW, William shoemaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1860 Memorial 144/163

BAGSHAW, William gentleman Underdale 1874 Memorial 112/274

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BAGSHAW, William Edward farmer Morphett Vale and Ellen Bagshaw his wife 1890 Application 21815

BAGSHAW, William Edward farmer Dalebrook 1891 Memorial 108/411

BAGSHAW, William Edward farmer Morphett Vale 1894 Memorial 104/424

BAGSHAW, William Edward farmer Morphett Vale, died 7/7/1895 intestate. His widow, Ellen Bagshaw, had moved to Oakbank by 1896 Memorial 176/426

BAGSHAW, William Edward gentleman Plympton 1889 Application 21650.

BAGSHAW, William Edward gardener Millbrook. His wife, Lilla Hegan Bagshaw, died 27/12/1917 Morphett Vale. Executor; Charles Launcelot MYLES formerly of Adelaide but now vigneron Melton Mowbray Morphett Vale Memorial 194/487

BAGSTER, Hannah Mabel widow 309 Florida Road, Durban, South Africa 1932 Memorial 62/506

BAGSTER, Josiah printer near Salisbury 1874 Memorial 76/272

No 1

BAGSTER, Josiah Howell printer Unley 1874[-1877] Memorial 120/275

BAGSTER, Josiah Howell gentleman Adelaide 1880 Application 18301. Esquire MP Unley 1883 Application 19986

BAGSTER, Josiah Howell and Josiah Shirley Bagster gentlemen Unley 1882 Memorial 152/337

BAGSTER, Josiah Howell MP of Unley 1884[-1885] Memorial 36/362

BAGSTER, Josiah Howell gentleman Unley 1887[-1888] Memorial 180/388

BAGSTER, Josiah Howell land agent Mary St Unley, died 17/10/1893, of hoemoptysis, pleurisy (left side) and empysema (right side) Wakefield St private hospital Adelaide, aged 46 Application 26732

BAGSTER, Mary Ann widow Unley relict of the late Josiah Howell Bagster formerly agent Unley now deceased 1894 Memorial 220/422

No 1

BAGSTER, Josiah Shirley printer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 222/18

BAGSTER, Josiah Shirley printer North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 123/36.

BAGSTER, Josiah Shirley printer Unley 1851 Memorial 245/36

BAGSTER, Josiah Shirley of Unley, died c1882. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Bagster, for life, then absolutely in remainder expectant to their son, Josiah Howell Bagster Memorial 141/339

BAGSTER, Josiah Shirley and Josiah Howell gentlemen Unley 1879 Application 17400

BAGSTER, Josiah Shirley of Unley died 1882. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Bagster for life, then to his son, Josiah Howell Bagster of Unley. By the time Elizabeth Bagster died on 16/6/1894, her son had died before her, on 17/10/1893. She left her estate, worth £75, in trust to pay her debts and the residue to help educate and rear her grandchildren, children of JH Bagster. JH Bagster's wife called Mary Ann Bagster Application 24545

BAGSTER, Elizabeth widow Unley relict of the late Josiah Shirely Bagster now deceased and mother of Josiah Howell Bagster MP Unley (her only child). She enjoyed a life interest in her late husband's estate 1882 Memorials 46 & 47/346

BAGULEY, Catherine spinster formerly of 2 Porchester St, Paddington, Middlesex, England, late of 22 Charlotte St, Bedford Square, Middlesex, died c1871. She left legacies to her sister Susanna wife of her cousin John Edward Baguley, her sister Margaret Grace Baguley, her niece Catharine Susan Hindmarsh Baguley, and her niece Eliza Jane TURNER of Montpellier Crescent, Brighton, Sussex, her nephews John Edward Baguley bank manager Aldersgate St, London, Alfred Clayton Baguley Clerk in the Bank of England Thistle Grove, Brompton - SA Company and East India Company stock, West Cornwall Railway Company shares, land near Encounter Bay (Section 134 of 134 acres Co Hindmarsh Survey E along the Hindmarsh River Samuel Evans tenant), cash, and personal belongings Application 13586.

No 1

BAIER, Johann Friedrich mason Stepney 1850[-1853] Memorial 498/20

BAIER, Johann Friedrich farmer Section 1046 Survey B 1853[-1855] Memorial 321/54

BAIER, Johann Friedrich gardener near Magill. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1873 Grant Book 2 Page 47 County Adelaide

No 1

BAIGENT, James gentleman Kensington 1853 Memorial 172/58

BAIGENT, James schoolmaster Kensington 1856[-1865] Memorial 240/104, Application 5431

BAIGENT, James preceptor Kensington 1872 Memorial 4/260

BAIGENT, James gentleman Norwood appointed George Samuel COTTON and Edward Andrew Devonshire OPIE land agents Adelaide as his attorneys to manage his estate 12/4/1879 Deposit 100/1879

BAIGENT, James gentleman Norwood, died c1887-1888 Memorial 111/393

No 1

BAIL, Joseph labourer Angaston 1867 Application 8407

BAIL, Joseph gardener near Angaston 1902 Memorial 205/445

BAIL, Joseph gardener Angaston Hundred of Bagot land grant 1906[-1910] Grant Book 17 Page 248 County Eyre

BAIL, Joseph grazier Angaston Hundred of Bagot land grant 1911 Grant Book 17 Page 250 County Eyre

BAILDEN/BOULDEN, AH clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 154/386

BAILEY, A overseer Monolena Station 1880 Memorial 168/326

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

BAILEY, Allen Arnold and George William Bailey farmers Riverton 1920[-1932] Memorial 45/480

BAILEY, Allen Arnold farmer Westbourne Park 1937 Application 28061.

No 1 - perhaps the Younger

BAILEY, AA clerk Rose Park 1914 Memorial 141/471

BAILEY, Allen Arnold land salesman 14 Tarlton Rd, Somerton, aged 65 in 1960, declared he had been a salesman for 37 years Application 29387

BAILEY, AN accountant Swain Ave, Rose Park 1925 Memorial 49/494

BAILEY, Andrew Paterson farmer and grazier Yongala. Yongala Institute trustee 1936 Memorial 114/510

BAILEY, Arthur linked with Section 9W Hundred of Winnowie 1889 Memorial 166/399

BAILEY, Cecil T and CAVANAGH, OF clerks to Messrs HAYWARD & MAGAREY solicitors City Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide 1940 Application 28260

BAILEY, Charles and Richard farmers Wild Horse Plains 1908 Memorial 109/460

No 1

BAILEY, Edward agent North Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 339/18

BAILEY, Edward gentleman Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 68 County Adelaide

BAILEY, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 29/74

No 2

BAILEY, Edward farmer Hundred of Yatala 1850 Memorial 56/23

BAILEY, Edward farmer Reedbeds 1852[-1853] Memorial 420/41.

No 3

BAILEY, Edward carpenter Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854[-1855] Memorial 84/221

BAILEY, Edward Richmond licensed victualler North Adelaide (O'Connell St), died c1879. Father of Clara SIMPSON, Mary Jane Bailey, Ellen Bailey, Harriet Bailey and Louis Bailey. Executor; William Harvey CAMPBELL surveyor Pt Adelaide Memorial 15/316

No 1 

BAILEY, Edwin farm labourer Spalding 1892 Memorial 118/415

BAILEY, Edwin labourer [formerly of Spalding but now of] Hamilton on the Light 1893 Memorial 15/419

BAILEY, Edwin farmer formerly of Spalding [then of Hamilton] but now of Winninowie 1909 Memorial 165/460

BAILEY, Edwin labourer formerly of Hamilton on the Light but now of Pt Augusta 1922 Memorial 31/486

No 1

BAILEY, George gardener Echunga 1853 Memorial 15/59

BAILEY, George nurseryman Echunga 1859[-1865] Memorial 103/155

No 2

BAILEY, George farmer Pt Gawler 1855 Memorial 271/90

BAILEY, George farmer Pt Gawler 1863 Application 4141

BAILEY, George farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

BAILEY, George farmer Dublin, died 10/5/1908 Adelaide. He left his entire personal estate to his son, Charles Bailey. Sons Charles Bailey, James Bailey and Richard Bailey farmer Wild Horse Plains inherited Sections of land. His daughter, Charlotte PRITCHARD wife of Henry Pritchard farmer Penfield, and his natural daughter, Elizabeth Bailey, each received cash and then further estate in several codicils. It appeared that George Bailey also owned some kind of mill. Trustee Beaumont Arnold MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide was his personal friend 1909 Application 25563

No 3

BAILEY, George merchant Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 213/294

BAILEY, George agent Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18272

BAILEY, George provision merchant Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18460

BAILEY, George merchant Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18634

BAILEY, George agent Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 76/366

BAILEY, George formerly shipping agent Pt Adelaide, but then Esquire 14 Graven Tce, Lancaster Gate, Middlesex, England, died 22/5/1901 41 Council House St, Dover, Kent, England. He left his entire estate to Alice Louisa ABRAMS widow Lombard St, London, England, formerly Alice Louisa ATWATER spinster Memorial 205/456 & Deposit 14/1907

BAILEY, George retired shipping agent 14 Craven Tce, Lancaster Gate, Middlesex, formerly shipping agent of Pt Adelaide, died 22/5/1901 at 41 Council House St, Dover, Kent. Whole estate to Alice Louisa ABRAMS widow nee ATWATER Lombard St, London. She appointed Charles Fletcher FENN and Charles Burton HARDY solicitors King William St, Adelaide, as attorneys to transfer the property in SA to the Bank of NSW to settle his debts to that bank Deposit 14/1907

No 4

BAILEY, George labourer Yankalilla Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1895 Grant Book 37 Page 231 County Hindmarsh

No 1

BAILEY, George Michael farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 343 County Gawler

BAILEY, George Michael farmer Two Wells 1883 Memorial 68/355

BAILEY, George Michael butcher Two Wells 1889 Application 21622

BAILEY, Henry Joseph draper Adelaide and Mary Bailey his wife 1891 Memorial 172/407

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BAILEY, James clerk Wallaroo 1866[-1869] Memorial 58/218

BAILEY, James clerk Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 2 County Dalhousie

BAILEY, James mercantile clerk Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 114/290

BAILEY, James clerk Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15498.

BAILEY, James accountant Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16275.

BAILEY, James accountant Pt Adelaide. Father of Albert James Bower Bailey, a minor of the age of 14 years 1892 Application 22347

BAILEY, James clerk Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22464.

No 2

BAILEY, James farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 130 County Victoria

No 3 – possibly a son of James Bailey clerk Pt Adelaide

BAILEY, James farmer Gum Creek Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 194 County Dalhousie

No

BAILEY, James biscuit maker Adelaide 1892 Memorial 197/415

BAILEY, Jessie Maria spinster Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 417 County Dalhousie

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BAILEY, John innkeeper Adelaide and Mary Bailey his wife 1838 Application 7165

BAILEY, John butcher Adelaide (Rundle St) took out a lease/underlease or assignment of lease for the Irish Harp Inn (Rundle St) for £78 a year from William Williams brewer Walkerville. Edward McEllister was the retiring publican and owned the hotel 1845 Memorials 413 & 414/4

BAILEY, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St), died 18/4/1854. His widow, Mary Bailey, lived at Kent Town by 1875. Their daughter, Mary Ann Bailey, had married William John Hillary FARRANT carpenter Kent Town by 1875 Memorial 7/286

BAILEY, Mary widow Adelaide purchased the remainder of the lease for the Sir John Barleycorn Hotel Rundle St, Adelaide from Thomas Williams for £600 in 1855 [She was the relict of the late John Bailey who died 1854] Memorial 38/80

BAILEY, Mary widow College Park 1880 Relict of John Bailey publican Hindley St, Adelaide, who had died 18/4/1854. Thomas James WILLIAMS said that he had known John Bailey for 12 years up to the time of his death. Maria Bailey, a daughter of John and Mary Bailey, married Robert KNOWLES gentleman College Park. Other children included - Thomas Bailey, Henry Joseph Bailey, John William Bailey, Mary Anne Bailey. Land left in trust for his wife during her lifetime - Adelaide (including the Angel Inn, Gouger St), Prospect and Walkerville Application 18073

No 2

BAILEY, John of the Hackney Nursery 1847 Memorial 454/9

BAILEY, John nurseryman Adelaide 1850. Linked with John Manson Bailey nurseryman The Sturt River 1850 Memorial 94/27

BAILEY, John nursery gardener Hackney Nursery 1853 Memorial 495/48

BAILEY, John nurseryman Hackney 1855 Memorial 255/83

BAILEY, John and Frederick Manson Bailey nurserymen Hackney Nursery 1855 Memorial 275/94

BAILEY’s Garden - over 8 acres to the east of the SA Company's Garden on Section 256 Survey B at Hackney to be used as a garden and nursery for 14 years from September 1855, 'in consideration of the trust which the said parties respectively mutually repose in each other'. FM Bailey had the right to purchase the business after 5 years into the agreement, 'except the house and yard and half an acre of land round the house' Memorial 308/94

BAILEY, John nurseryman formerly of Hackney but now in parts beyond the seas 1860 Memorial 103/166

No 3

BAILEY, John butcher Bowden 1851 Memorial 152/33

BAILEY, John formerly butcher Bowden but now farmer Avoca Tas 1874 Application 14291

No 4

BAILEY, John farmer Mintaro 1862 Application 3298

No 5

BAILEY, John farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 337 County Gawler

No 6

BAILEY, John manager Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20225

No 7

BAILEY, John of Echunga, rented Section 3815 Hundred of Kuipto (71 acres) from Marianne HAGEN spinster Ropley House, Ropley, Hants, near Aylesford, for 10 years from 25/3/1889 at £10 a year Application 22043

No 8

BAILEY, John farm labourer Wilmington Co Frome. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BAILEY, John Craig gentleman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1881 Memorial 40/346

BAILEY, John Craig farmer Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 418 County Dalhousie

No 1

BAILEY, John Manson gentleman Marion 1853 Memorial 215/52

BAILEY, John Manson nurseryman The Sturt 1854[-1857] Memorial 434/77

Nurseryman Brookside The Sturt 1858[-1862] Memorial 89/148, Application 2859

BAILEY, John William merchant's clerk Adelaide [son of the late John Bailey formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but now deceased and his wife, Mary Bailey] 1869 Memorial 72/242

No 1

BAILEY, Joseph gentleman The Parade Norwood 1877 Memorial 50/298

No 2

BAILEY, Joseph farmer Hoyleton 1885 Memorial 229/369

BAILEY, Joseph farmer formerly of near Balaklava but now of near Hoyleton 1886 Memorials 83 & 84/375

BAILEY, Levi John labourer Alberton 1877 Memorial 214/296

No 1

BAILEY, Mary widow Adelaide 1838 Application 8769

BAILEY, Mary widow Adelaide had links with Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 372/34.

No 1

BAILEY, Peter yeoman Kooringa 1849 Application 18071

BAILEY, Peter miner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 146/37.

BAILEY, Peter miner Burra Mine 1852 Memorial 465/39

BAILEY, Peter of Kooringa 1861 Memorial 258/173

BAILY, Reuben Salvation Army officer Adelaide 1895 Memorial 126/426

BAILEY, Richard farmer Waterhole Creek Hundred of Kanmantoo 1859 Memorial 300/161

No 1

BAILEY, Robert farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

BAILEY, Robert farmer Belailie Co Victoria. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876[-1880] Grant Book 13 Page 151 County Dalhousie

BAILEY, Robert farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 128 County Victoria

BAILEY, Robert linked with a pastoral lease north-east of Boolcoomatta 1883 Memorial 128/365

BAILEY, RP director and Tom J Bailey secretary Bailey's Pastoral Company Ltd of Whydown Station 1929 Memorial 1/502

BAILEY, Silas nurseryman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 34/146

No 1

BAILEY, Stephen of Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 228/72

BAILEY, Stephen farmer Morphett Vale 1856 Memorial 273/105

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BAILEY, Sydney Wickham linked with Section 27S Hundred of Morgan Co Dalhousie 1887 Memorial 107/386

BAILEY, Sydney Wickham retired bank manager formerly of Glenelg but now of Seacliff 1937 Memorial 87/511

No 1

BAILEY, Thomas farmer Mt Barker (Section 3827 Hundred of Onkaparinga) 1855 Memorial 35/83

No 2

BAILEY, Thomas land agent Adelaide c1857[-1882] Application 19506

No 3 - perhaps the same person; pastoral interests; perhaps a continuation of No 2

BAILEY, Thomas of Adelaide 1877 Memorial 5/301

BAILEY, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1883 Memorial 2/353

No 4

BAILEY, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1863[-1874] Memorial 41a/192, Application 13454

BAILEY, Thomas butcher Adelaide (Rundle St) Co Adelaide. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 418 County Dalhousie

BAILEY, Thomas farmer Gum Creek Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 202 County Dalhousie

No 5

BAILEY, Thomas farmer Koolunga. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 187 County Stanley

No 5

BAILEY, Thomas seedsman Adelaide 1867 Application 8746

No 1 – children of John Bailey

BAILEY, Thomas Henry farmer linked with Sarah Bailey spinster both of Gum Creek near Farrell Flat 1887 Memorial 37/384

BAILEY, Sarah spinster Gum Creek Co Burra. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 265 County Stanley

BAILEY, Walter Malachy of Gawler 1871 Memorial 226/255

No 1 - the Elder

BAILEY, William [the Elder] miner Reedy Creek 1851 He bought land at Allen Creek near Kapunda Memorial 301/33

BAILEY, William [the Elder] carrier Kapunda 1855 Memorial 178/83

BAILEY, William farmer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 94/127

BAILEY, William the Elder miner [formerly of Kapunda but then of] Kadina, died 1864 [death apparently not registered]. His widow, Catherine Pearce Bailey, died 5/11/1883 Kadina. Emma Bailey, daughter of William Bailey the Elder, married Hosea B CLARK in 1870. James Bailey, a son of William Bailey the Elder, was born in SA during 1854. He was thought to be living near the Willyama Hotel, Broken Hill NSW by 1903 Application 24668

No 2 - the Younger

BAILEY, William the Younger miner Kadina [son of William Bailey the Elder] was born in England before the family emigrated to SA. He died 19/4/1902 Kadina. Mary Elizabeth Bailey, a daughter of William Bailey the Younger, married Charles KESSEL of Kadina on 8/10/1902, some months after her father's death. In 1903, the sons of William Bailey the Younger - William Bailey the Third and Thomas John Bailey were engine driver and miner respectively at Kadina. A third son, James Henry Bailey, was a miner at Boulder WA Application 24668

No 3

BAILEY, William miner Reedy Creek early 1850s Not produced

BAILEY, William miner [formerly of Reedy Creek but now of] Adelaide with James RULE miner Adelaide purchased land nr Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 493/55

BAILEY, William miner formerly of Reedy Creek but now of Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 447/49

BAILEY, William farmer Section 2909 near Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 246/58

No 4

BAILEY, William carrier Kilkenny 1854[-1857] Memorial 88/64

BAILEY, William farmer Kilkenny 1870 Memorial 138/244

No 5

BAILEY, William blacksmith Albert St, Goodwood 1906, and Jane Bailey his wife; daughter of Charles Threadgold out of business Kangarilla Application 25220

BAILEY, William Charles farmer Echunga 1947, declared that he had been born in 1890 at Echunga and had lived there for all his life. He was a JP and had also been a Councillor and Chairman for the Echunga District Council (now part of the District Council of Meadows) Application 28448

BAILEY, William Harris shopman Goolwa 1867 Application 8144

BAILEY, WM clerk to John RUDALL solicitor Gawler 1872 Memorial 112/264

No 1

BAILEY, William James & Frederick STANLEY brewers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Bailey & Co 1871 Memorial 125/255

BAILEY, William James wine and spirit merchant Adelaide purchased the assigned lease of the Blenheim Hotel, Hindley St, Adelaide for £100 from EA RUPPERT 1873 Memorial 85/275

BAILEY, William James formerly wine and spirit merchant but now out of business Adelaide 1875 Application 14354

BAILEY, William James gentleman North Adelaide 1878 Memorial 6/311

BAILEY, William James gentleman Kermode St, North Adelaide, died 1899. Husband of Catherine Bailey who lived at East Adelaide by 1900 Memorials 56 & 61/440

No 1

BAILEY, William Thomas carter Kilkenny and Elizabeth Ann Bailey his wife 1882[-1897] Memorial 135/339

BAILEY, William Thomas general carrier Kilkenny 1910 Application 26200

BAILEY, William Thomas carter Kilkenny and Elizabeth Ann Bailey his wife 1910. WT Bailey declared that he had lived in Kilkenny and the neighbourhood for 59 years Application 25705

BAILEY, William Thomas retired carrier Kilkenny 1918, declared that he was born at Kilenny in 1849 Application 26715

No 1

BAILLIE, Charles Sutherland contractor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 56/333

BAILLIE, Charles Sutherland, DAVIES, Maurice Coleman and WISHART, John contractors Adelaide 1894 Application 22718

No 1 - possibly the same person

BAILLIE, Hugh farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light 1877 Memorial 76/301

BAILLIE, Hugh farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 499 County Frome

BAILLIE, Hugh farmer Steelton 1881, born 20/4/1856 District of the Murray, to John Baillie farmer and his wife Margaret nee BUCHANAN Application 18606

BAILLIE, Hugh farmer Arkaba 1888[-1894] Memorial 197/389

No 1 - probably the same person

BAILLIE, John farmer Tothill Creek 1860 Memorial 193/166

BAILLIE, John farmer near Steelton, died 27/2/1865, of a fracture of the skull and brain inflammation, aged 37 Application 18606

BAILLIE, John Nichol gardener Upper Sturt 1902 Memorial 42/459

BAILS, Gordon public accountant Clare 1946 Memorial 163/519

No 1

BAILS, John sawyer Queenstown near Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 193/155

BAILS, John sawyer formerly of Queenstown but now of Alberton 1883 Application 19768

BAILS, John sawyer Alberton 1879 Application 17623

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BAILES, John sheep farmer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 15/326

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

BAILS, John of Mannum 1881 Memorial 34/330

No 4 - perhaps the same person

BAILS, John storekeeper Milang 1891 Application 22135

BAILS, John storekeeper Tarcowie. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 13 Page 33 County Dalhousie

No 1

BAILS, Joseph accountant Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 77 County Daly

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

BAILS, Joseph bootmaker Kadina Co Daly. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 8 County Newcastle

No 1

BAILS, Robert Lionel motor salesman Adelaide 1920 Application 26860

BAILS, Robert Lionel motor salesman Pt Lincoln and Selina May Bails his wife 1928[-1931] Memorial 46/500

No 1

BAILS, Thomas sawyer Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 78/22 Yeoman Pt Adelaide mid 1850 Memorial 329/23

BAILS, Thomas yeoman Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 3/149

BAILS, Thomas sawyer Queenstown 1857[-1860] Memorial 96/135, Application 1225

BAILS, Thomas of Queenstown [LTO records Publican; Prince of Wales Hotel Queenstown 1863-1865] 1869 Memorial 149/240

BAILS, Thomas gentleman Queenstown 1864 Application 5654

BAILS, Thomas storekeeper Queenstown 1872[-1879] Memorial 187/257, Application 15230

BAILS, Dorothy widow of Thomas Bails storekeeper Queenstown 1886 Application 21120

BAILY, Helen Spankie widow Norwood [relict of the late FM Baily formerly surgeon Robe but now deceased], intending to leave SA for a time, appointed William Christie BUIK merchant Adelaide as her attorney to manage her estate 23/1/1883 Deposit 5/1885

BAILY, Percy J overseer Woods Point near Murray Bridge 1913[-1927] Memorial 17/468

No 1

BAIN, Alexander and Donald farmers Mallala 1882 Memorial 61/338

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BAIN, Alexander farmer Pt Wakefield 1886[-1889] Memorial 166/375

BAIN, Archibald farmer Williamstown Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 499 County Frome

BAIN, BH stockholder Narracoorte 1876 Memorial 77/290

BAIN, David and James of Springfield Hundred of Barossa 1858 Memorial 96/266

No 1

BAIN, Donald farmer Mt Barker District 1854 Memorial 83/72

BAIN, Donald farmer Grace Plains 1873 Memorial 111/275

BAIN, Donald farmer Mallala 1882[-1886] Memorial 60/338

BAIN, Donald Barlow civil engineer Adelaide 1885 Memorial 110/375

No 1

BAIN, Ernest George farmer Williamstown 1910 Application 25794

BAIN, Ernest George farmer Williamstown. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 56 County Adelaide

No 1

BAIN, James ploughman, (son of Robert Bain) and Margaret MAKIN, (daughter of William Makin), married 9/11/1833 Dysart, Scotland, in the parish church. Their son, Robert Bain, was born 24/8/1834 place not stated, but baptised 13/8/1834 in the Union Chapel, Kirkaldy, Scotland. Apparently, the Bains were still living in Dysart at the time of the baptism Deposit 221/1877

BAIN, James farmer Morphett Vale and Margaret Bain his wife 1845 Memorial 68/5

BAIN, James farmer Morphett Vale 1852[-1854] Memorial 38/44.

BAIN, James farmer formerly of Hurtle Vale but then of Morphett Vale died intestate c1859. Husband of Margaret Bain. His eldest son, Robert Bain farmer Morphett Vale, inherited his estate as heir at law. Memorial 247/157

BAIN, James farmer Hurtle Vale, died intestate. Heir at law, his eldest son Robert Bain. Robert Bain died date unknown. His widow, Sarah Bain, died 11/5/1923. Parents of James Ross Bain, Edwin Bain, Margaret Makin Bain, Sarah Hayes Bain and Mary Bain spinster Morphett Vale. James Ross Bain died 16/5/1935 intestate and a bachelor. Edwin Bain died 14/1/1940 intestate and a bachelor. Sarah Hayes Bain died 20/9/1941. Margaret Makin Bain became Margaret Makin MILWAY, who died 28/2/ 1946, leaving Mary Bain spinster Morphett Vale as the sole surviving member of the family Memorial 137/520

BAIN, Margaret widow Morphett Vale linked with William Bain farmer Morphett Vale 1877 Memorial 35/305

BAIN, Margaret widow Morphett Vale 1912 Application 26140

No 2

BAIN, James farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 275/22

BAIN, James Ross farmer Morphett Vale 1886[-1892] Memorial 23/379

No 1

BAIN, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 347/74

BAIN, John labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1860 Memorial 158/163

No 2

BAIN, John labourer Williamstown Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 499 County Frome

BAIN, John carter Williamstown 1905 Memorial 147/464

No 1 - John William Devereux Bain

BAIN, John surgeon Clare 1868 Memorial 34/228

BAIN, John William Devereux surgeon Clare. Clare Institute trustee 1870 Memorial 63/260

BAIN, John William Devereux surgeon Clare 1875 Application 14088

BAIN, John William Devereux surgeon Clare 1880[-1886] Memorial 188/322

BAIN, Michael farmer Wilmington 1885 Memorial 205/367

No 1

BAIN, Robert labourer Adelaide 1839 Tailor Barkly Vic 1880 Application 17812

BAIN, Robert tailor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 97/30

BAIN, Robert tailor formerly of Adelaide but now of Barkly Vic 1881 Memorial 49/349

BAIN, Robert tailor formerly of Adelaide, but now of Barkly Vic, appointed Richard COUCHE land agent Adelaide, his attorney to manage his estate 31/8/1881 Deposit 108/1883.

No 2

BAIN, Robert farmer Morphett Vale 1853[-1865] Memorial 279/60

BAIN, Robert the Elder farmer Morphett Vale, had a wife called Sarah Bain, and children named James Ross Bain, Edward Bain, Robert Bain the Younger and Margaret MAKIM. [Perhaps likely to be other children of the family] 1863 Memorial 160/294

BAIN, Robert farmer Hurtle Vale 1854 Memorial 321/69

BAIN, Robert James company director Avenue Rd, Unley Park 1936 Application 28019

No 1

BAIN, Thomas William newsvendor Gawler South 1928 Memorial 163/500

BAIN, Thomas William news vendor Gawler 1947 Memorial 58/522

No 1

BAIN, William blacksmith Kent on the Bremer 1856 of Langhorne Creek [the same place] 1858 Memorials 188/98 & 222/139

No 2

BAIN, William farmer Morphett Vale 1867 Memorial 11/225

BAIN, William farmer Morphett Vale and Constance Kate Bain his wife 1881 Memorial 173/333

BAIN, William [son of James Bain farmer Morphett Vale and his wife, Margaret Bain], died 3/3/1885. His £460 estate to his wife, Constance Kate Bain. This included Section 612 Hundred of Noarlunga, part of which was a cemetery. Constance Bain remarried to William Arthur DUVAL later railway guard Pt Augusta, then Terowie. She died 16/1/1907 Pt Augusta, leaving her £1,460 estate to her daughter, Constance Kate Frances Bain. She must have returned to Morphett Vale with her step-father and step-brother. She died 10/10/1916, leaving £225 of her £2,350 estate to her step-father and the rest of her estate to her half-brother, Arthur Clive Duval farmer Morphett Vale, born 27/2/1891. WA Duval, his father, died 10/10/1916 Morphett Vale Application 27404

BAINE, Joseph farmer Morphett Vale 1856 Morphett Vale District School trustee Memorial 199/105

BAINES, Arthur P of Mt Gambier 1879 Memorial 220/314

No 1

BAINES, Capel clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 481/62

BAINES, Capel gentleman Adelaide (Morphett St) 1855 Memorial 17/88

BAINES, Capel gentleman Mitcham 1860 Memorial 236/168

BAINES, Capel sheep farmer West Mitcham 1862, power of attorney to William James FULLARTON merchant Adelaide, to manage his estate, including his share in partnership with Francis HERRIOT, ‘to control and manage if occasion should require the sheep, cattle and station on the Coorong held by me jointly with the said Francis Herriot and from time to time to hire such superintendents, stock keepers, overseers, servants, hutkeepers and labourers at such wages and on such terms as my said attorney shall in his discretion think proper for my advantage in working such station’ Deposit 14/1863

BAINES, Capel clerk of the local court Pt Lincoln 1877 Memorial 34/305

BAINES, George farmer Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 63/184

BAINES, Isaac labourer Salisbury 1862 Memorial 29/186

BAINES, James yeoman Gawler 1852 Memorial 480/40.

BAIRD, A corn factor Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 192/137

No 1

BAIRD, Adam sheep farmer Okeltabie Station (familiarly known as Bishop's and Baird's Station) near Talia at Pt Lincoln 1869[-1890] Memorial 241/243

BAIRD, Adam sheepfarmer Okeltabie Venus Bay Hundred of Colton land grant 1883 Grant Book 48 Page 77 County Musgrave

BAIRD, Adam sheepfarmer Wooma Grange Pt Lincoln, died 14/11/1899. Estate worth £4,000. Executor: Samuel MILLS sheepfarmer formerly of Chandada Streaky Bay but now of Hutt St, Adelaide Memorial 163/440

BAIRD, Alexander merchant Adelaide 1880 Memorial 84/323

No 1

BAIRD, AS clerk Angas Park 1857 Memorial 128/125

BAIRD, Andrew Smith farmer Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 85/145 Storekeeper Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 86/145

BAIRD, Henry stockholder Green Hills Special Survey 1843 Memorial 299/3

BAIRD, Hugh farmer Mt Benson Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1888 Grant Book 50 Page 27 County Robe

No 1 - perhaps the Elder and Younger?

BAIRD, James farmer Lower Finniss 1850 Memorial 127/22 Publican Bremer River 1851 Memorial 392/28

BAIRD, James stockholder Langhorne Creek 1852[-1853] Memorial 476/39 Farmer Langhorne Bridge 1853[-1873] Memorial 340/63

Farmer Langhorne Creek 1855[-1874] Memorial 241/80, Application 4852

BAIRD, James farmer Lake Plains 1861[-1889] Memorial 160/186, Application 21705

BAIRD, James farmer Woodstock Lake Plains, died 11/5/1909. Executors; George DAVIDSON farmer Crystal Brook and Herbert GRIERSON district clerk Milang Memorial 106/461

BAIRD, James farmer Woodstock Lake Plains, died 30/3/1909. He could not write. His estate worth £8,520. Executors: George DAVIDSON farmer Crystal Brook and Herbert GRIERSON district clerk Milang. The whole estate to be sold and the proceeds distributed amongst the five daughters of James Baird, with the single daughters getting more of the estate - Mary Sarah Baird, Elizabeth GRIERSON wife of Magnus Grierson, Rosanna Baird, Isabella DAVIDSON wife of George Davidson, and Marion Baird Application 26910

No 2

BAIRD, James labourer Redruth 1858 Memorial 85/142

No 3

BAIRD, James formerly farmer Kapunda now retired farmer 29 Goodwood Rd, Wayville, aged 84 in 1952, declared that he used to live at Truro between 1892-1936 and visited Kapunda sometimes up to 5 times a week when he would visit Margaret MCINERNEY whom he later married and went to live in her home at Kapunda until retiring to Wayville in 1950. Margaret McInerney lived at Kapunda only intermittently until her marriage Application 28856

No 1

BAIRD, John farmer The Light 1854[-1855] Memorial 351/67

BAIRD, John farmer and stockholder Waterloo Plains, died 18/2/1858 intestate. Husband of Letitia Baird, who then married Robert RADFORD. Father of Ellen and Eliza Baird and Letitia POWELL all minors living in SA 1860 Memorials 93/169 & 62/450

BAIRD, John farmer and stockholder Waterloo Plains, died leaving enormous debts. He left his estate to his daughters in equal shares - Ellen Baird, Eliza Baird, and Letitia POWELL (was she a step-daughter?), all under 21 years old. His widow Letitia Baird remarried to Robert RADFORD. A Supreme Court judgement 4/3/1859 announced that enough of the real and personal estate had to be sold to satisfy the many creditors, including Dr BLOOD, and COSSINS & BREWSTER (George Robertson Joseph Dyer Cossins and John Brewster), including interest on the sums of money owed. George Augustus La BATT for the creditors and James Hurtle FISHER for the defendants. Personal estate sale realised £378/1/10. FH Dutton bought the 2 Sections of real estate (180 acres) to add to Anlaby Station 1886 Application 20841

No 2

BAIRD, John gentleman Baila near Pt Lincoln 1861 Application 2604

No 3

BAIRD, John butcher Rosewater 1865 Application 6303

No 4

BAIRD, John of Ben Nevis near Adelaide 1875 Application 14263

BAIRD, Marion labourer Walkerville 1840 Married (1) 19/1/1842 William Coulthard. m (2) 15/3/1860 Rev’d Robert HAINING’s home Adelaide, now Marion COULTHARD 36 widow Adelaide (Father: Thomas Baird) married Philip PATERSON Junr 38 farmer Adelaide (Father Philip Paterson Senr) Witnesses A STEPHENS bootmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) and LJ Stephens Mackinnon Pde, North Adelaide. In 1840, Marion Baird’s name incorrectly spelt as BIRD. Philip Paterson farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa Co Light by 1868 Application 9566

No 1

BAIRD, Robert Edwin butcher Nuriootpa 1927 Memorial 83/498

BAIRD, Robert Edwin butcher Nuriootpa 1936 Application 28030

BAIRD, Robert Edwin grazier Nuriootpa, died 31/1/1937 Kapunda Memorial 35/512

No 1- probably the same person

BAIRD, Thomas farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1854 Memorial 292/73

BAIRD, Thomas labourer Kapunda 1856 Memorial 45/97

BAIRD, Thomas farmer formerly of Belvidere 1857 but now of Truro 1863 Application 4313

BAIRD, Thomas farmer St Kitts 1866[-1876] Memorial 248/269

BAIRFIELD, Robert licensed victualler Belair 1869 Application 10452

BAIRNSFATHER, Stenhouse formerly piano tuner 33 Gray St, Norwood but now mining agent Salisbury 1903[-1904] Memorial 86/450

No 1 - the Elder

BAIRSTOW, Abraham of Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 213/104

BAIRSTOW, Abraham the Elder farmer Mt Barker Springs Co Hindmarsh Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

BAIRSTOW, Abraham the Elder of Narridy 1884 Memorial 81/359

No 2 - the Younger

BAIRSTOW, Abraham farmer Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grants 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 372 County Daly

BAIRSTOW, Abraham the Younger farmer Broughton 1880 Memorial 75/323

BAIRSTOW, Abraham the Younger farmer Broughton Hundred of Pinda land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

BAIRSTOW, Daniel farmer Arkaba 1891 Memorial 186/407

BAIRSTOW, Henry builder Pt Adelaide 1859 Application 232

BAIRSTOW, Isaac farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Redhill land grants 1876[-1879] Grant Book 14 Page 363 County Daly

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

BAIRSTOW, Joseph miner Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 277/14

BAIRSTOW, Joseph farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 332/48

BAIRSTOW, Joseph farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 356 County Daly

BAIRSTOW, Joseph the Elder farmer Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 360 County Daly

BAIRSTOW, Joseph the Elder storekeeper Redhill 1876 Memorial 239/289

BAIRSTOW, Joseph storekeeper Redhill, appointed Arthur CHAPMAN agent Adelaide, to sell his estate and pay off Bairstow’s debts 30/3/1876 Deposit 108/1876

BAIRSTOW, Joseph farmer Redhill 1884 Memorial 237/362

BAIRSTOW, Joseph miner Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1902 Grant Book 60 Page 238 County Victoria

BAIRSTOW, Robert miner Mt Barker 1847 Memorial 165/8

BAIRSTOW, Robert farmer Mt Barker, died 22/3/1855. His widow remarried - no details. Surviving children by 1876 were Emma DENNY nee Bairstow wife of James Denny farmer Wamboota NSW (marriage took place on 2/4/1872) and Robert George Bairstow wheelwright Callington. Joseph Bairstow farmer Mt Barker mentioned but no comment about his link with the above people Memorial 189/294

BAIRSTOW, Robert the Elder farmer Mt Barker, died 23/3/1855. He left his estate to his wife in trust for life or until remarriage, for the benefit of bringing up his children. Then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his two children, Emma Bairstow born 2/1/1854 and Robert George Bairstow Junr born 12/7/1855. Estate worth £400. Executors and trustees Joseph Bairstow farmer Mt Barker and James PEARCE the Younger farmer Mt Barker Springs. J Pearce died 28/12/1862 of old age, aged 69. The widow Margaret Bairstow remarried 25/10/1861 her father Robert Harvey MOULTON's home Mt Barker Springs, to Francis EDWARDS 30 farmer Langhorne Creek (Father George Edwards). Witnesses Robert Harvey Moulton farmer Mt Barker Springs, and Grace Edwards Langhorne Creek Application 15567

BAIRSTOW, Robert the Younger farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 363 County Daly

No 1

BAKER, Albert George merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) one of the partners trading under the style or firm of Charlick Bros 1891 Memorial 141/410

BAKER, Albert George formerly of Hyde Park but then out of business Malvern, died 10/2/1909. Executor; Robert CHARLICK formerly merchant Adelaide but now out of business Rose Park Memorial 79/461

No 1

BAKER, Alfred farmer Brighton 1849 Memorial 279/15

Farmer Morphett Vale 1850[-1853] Memorial 144/27

BAKER, Alfred cordwainer Morphett Vale 1852[-1853] Memorial 6/42.

No 2

BAKER, Alfred butcher Brighton 1853[-1868] Memorial 72/53

BAKER, Alfred butcher Brighton 1862 Application 3288

BAKER, Alfred butcher Brighton. New Glenelg Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1862 Memorial 158/241

BAKER, Alfred butcher Brighton [Perhaps from the Baker family of Kangarilla?] 1869 Memorial 244/236

BAKER, Alfred butcher Brighton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 188 County Victoria

BAKER, Alfred gentleman formerly of Brighton but now of William St, Norwood 1882 Memorial 101/346

BAKER, Alfred butcher formerly of Brighton but now of Norwood 1882 Application 19540

BAKER, Alfred formerly butcher Brighton but now out of business Fullarton 1911 Application 25918

No 3

BAKER, Alfred licensed victualler Edwardstown 1854[-1855] Memorial 268/68

BAKER, Alfred licensed victualler formerly of Edwardstown 1855 but now of Bay Road near Adelaide 1862 Application 3596

BAKER, Alfred formerly publican Plympton but then dealer West Tce, Adelaide, died 4/11/1874. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Baker. Parents of Arthur James Baker picture framer formerly of Hewitt Ave, Rose Park but now of Glenelg, and Alice Ellen HARRISON married woman Plympton 1920. John Francis Baker assistant storeman Plympton, born 1/1/1905, somehow also a member of this family Application 26933

No 4 - probably a continuation of No 3

BAKER, Alfred yeoman Adelaide 1847[-1852] Memorial 82/10.

BAKER, Alfred formerly yeoman Adelaide but now licensed victualler Bay Road 1858 Memorial 165/141

BAKER, Alfred publican Plympton linked with William Baker of Bay Road 1862 Memorial 259/183

No 5

BAKER, Alfred butcher Appila 1877 Application 16399

BAKER, Alfred farmer Appila 1877. [Are two people involved with Alfred Baker??] This surname could also possibly be BARKER Application 16399

No 6

BAKER, Alfred farmer Brighton Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1882 Grant Book 27 Page 144 County Gawler

BAKER, Alfred and John Eggleston farmers South Inkerman trustees unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Inkerman Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

BAKER, Alfred farmer near Pt Wakefield 1899 Application 23767

No 7

BAKER, Alfred blacksmith Mitcham Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 164 County Herbert

No 8

BAKER, Alfred farmer Virginia 1900 Memorial 41/441

No 9

BAKER, Alfred fruiterer Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

No 10

BAKER, Alfred retired farmer Seacliff, died c1946. Father of Clifford Wesley Baker no description and Irvine Alfred Baker farmer Virginia Memorials 103 & 104/520

No 1

BAKER, Alfred Irvine farmer Virginia, aged 53 in 1954 , declared that he had lived in the area all his life Application 29083

BAKER, Alfred Irvine formerly farmer Virginia but then out of business Unley Park, died 11/9/1957. Husband of Rosa Baker. Father of Irvine Noel Baker Memorial 40/532

BAKER, Allan sheep farmer Adelaide (Register Chambers, Grenfell St) 1884 Application 20333

BAKER, Allan Henry labourer Dawesley 1940 Application 28250

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BAKER, Amos baker Penrice 1876 Application 15218

BAKER, Amos labourer Duck Ponds near Angaston Hundred of Bagot land grant 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 232a County Eyre

BAKER, Amos labourer Duck Ponds near Angaston Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 52 County Dalhousie

BAKER, Amos farmer Towitta 1883 Memorial 106/348

BAKER, Amos labourer Towitta 1898 Grant Book 17 Page 33 County Eyre

BAKER, Ann married woman Redruth near Kooringa, died 8/8/1935. Mother of Thomas Baker labourer Redruth and Mabel Baker spinster Redruth. Estate worth £200 Memorial 173/521

No 1

BAKER, Arthur John superintendent of the Fire Brigade Adelaide 1866 Memorial 135/213

BAKER, Arthur John formerly Superintendent of Fire Brigades Adelaide but now gentleman Norwood 1898 Application 23662

No 1

BAKER, Benjamin malster Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 5/61

BAKER, Benjamin the Elder, died c1856. Husband of Clementina Baker, who later remarried. Father of Ann Baker, Benjamin Baker the Younger and Caroline Baker Memorial 133/260

BAKER, Benjamin the Elder farmer Peachey Belt, died in 1856. His widow, Clementina Baker, remarried to George Brumfield. Clementina BRUMFIELD widow of George Brumfield farmer Peachey Belt, died 7/7/1904 Virginia, of morbus cordis, aged 71. Her son, Thomas Brumfield farmer Pt Pirie, was a half brother to 3 Baker children - Benjamin Baker the Younger, a son of Benjamin Baker the Elder; Ann Baker 21 Glenelg married Smith PIERSON 24 coachman Glenelg (Father: James Pierson) on 7/6/1873 Glenelg Congregational Church. Minister: Charles Manthorpe. Witnesses: John Pierson gardener Glenelg and Caroline Baker of Peachey Belt; Caroline Baker 20 Peachey Belt married Thomas Ridgley 19 labourer Saddleworth (Father: Thomas Ridgley) on 27/3/1876, Holy Trinity Church North Tce, Adelaide. Minister: Richardson Reid. Witnesses: A Baker farm labourer Peachey Belt, H LAMING Pt Gawler; Benjamin Baker the Younger died 30/8/1880. By 1904, the Smith Piersons lived at Hectorville, and Thomas Brumfield farmer lived at Pt Pirie; Thomas Ridgley was a labourer of Enfield Application 24841

BAKER, Bertram Leonard retired motor driver Goolwa, aged 68 in 1955, declared that he had lived continuously at Goolwa for over 30 years Application 29110

BAKER, Bithia spinster Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mernmerna (Hundred of Woolyana) township allotment land grant 1865 Grant Book 66 Page 156 County Blachford

No 1

BAKER, Charles labourer Glenelg 1855 Memorial 215/85

No 2

BAKER, Charles farmer Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 80 County Dalhousie

No 3

BAKER, Charles blacksmith Adelaide 1877, linked with Richmond Baker teacher Adelaide Application 16522

BAKER, Charles blacksmith Adelaide 1880 Application 18324.

BAKER, Charles blacksmith and BAKER, Richmond gentleman Adelaide 1882 Application 19489

BAKER, Charles and Richmond gentlemen Page St, Adelaide 1885 Application 20519

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

BAKER, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 209/336

No 5

BAKER, Charles farmer Hundred of Cameron, had died by 1907. Executors – James SWAIN farmer Everard and Henry MUTTER farmer Inkerman Grant Book 15 Page 32 County Daly

BAKER, Charles Robert farmer Barunga 1884 Memorial 228/356

BAKER, Christopher farmer near Truro 1871 Application 11380

No 1

BAKER, Edmund eatinghouse keeper Yunta Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 164 County Herbert

BAKER, Edmund journeyman butcher Eudunda, had died by 1899 intestate. Alice Baker widow Waukaringa administered the estate Grant Book 17 Page 202 County Eyre

No 1

BAKER, Edward Missionary Printer Mauritius bought a farm Section 10 Survey C at Morphett Vale in partnership with Richard TAPLEY of Tapley Hill 1844[-1845] Memorial 318/3. Now residing at Morphett Vale 1846 Memorial 106/6

BAKER, Edward farmer Morphett Vale 1847 Memorial 451/12

BAKER, Edward Minister of the Gospel Morphett Vale 1856 Morphett Vale District School trustee Memorial 199/105

BAKER, Edward gentleman Morphett Vale 1859 Memorial 157/150

BAKER, Edward gentleman formerly of the island of Madagascar but now of Morphett Vale 1863 Memorial 297/198

BAKER, Edward Minister of the Gospel Morphett Vale 1864 and Ruth Baker his wife, linked with William John ANDERSON of Port Louis in the Mauritius Application 5402

No 2

BAKER, Edward shoemaker Stepney 1853[-1854] Memorial 74/50

BAKER, Edward cordwainer Kensington 1854[-1866] Memorial 347/77

BAKER, Edward formerly cordwainer 1854 but now storekeeper Kensington 1876 Application 14873

No 3

BAKER, Edward labourer Towitta 1898 Grant Book 17 Page 33 County Eyre

BAKER, Edward blocker Towitta 1906 Grant Book 17 Page 36 County Eyre

No 4

BAKER, Edward licensed victualler Adelaide (John Bull Hotel Currie St), died 12/7/1936. Probably father of Jessie Baker spinster William St, Norwood, James Baker farmer Cambrai, Constance Baker and Lance Baker no description Memorial 128/510

BAKER, Edward Clive service bus proprietor Wellington 1948 Application 28605

BAKER, Edwin and James of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 203/299

BAKER, Edwin Thomas Cuthbert blacksmith Kensington 1911 Application 26011

BAKER, Elizabeth Anstice spinster Morialta about to leave the province for a time. Power of attorney to Daniel KEKWICK agent Adelaide 11/7/1876 Deposit 102/1877

BAKER, Frank Herbert, George Stephen William and Walter George farmers Kainton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 144 County Daly

No 1

BAKER, Frederick farmer Brighton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

BAKER, Frederick farmer Inkerman. Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1885 Grant Book 27 Page 145 County Gawler

BAKER, Frederick Edwin storekeeper’s assistant Minlaton.Trustee Institute Minlaton Minlaton township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 200 County Fergusson

No 1

BAKER, George brickmaker Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 262/34.

BAKER, George baker Brompton 1852 Memorial 496/41.

No 2

BAKER, George farmer Glen Osmond 1856 Memorial 108/111

BAKER, George farmer near Glen Osmond 1860 Application 1527

BAKER, George sheepfarmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Dublin land grant 1863[-1864] Grant Book 26 Page 332 County Gawler

BAKER, George farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Application 5206

BAKER, George farmer [formerly of Glen Osmond but now of] Pt Gawler 1873[-1877] Memorial 122/269

BAKER, George formerly farmer Glen Osmond but now retired farmer of Westbourne Park 1890 Application 21893

BAKER, George retired farmer formerly of Pt Gawler but now of Pt Pirie July 1911 and then Winninowie October 1911. Probably a family link with Arthur Stephen Baker farmer Pt Gawler Application 26008

No 3

BAKER, George wheelwright Frewville 1854 Memorial 134/73

No 4

BAKER, George carpenter Magill 1855 Memorial 203/85

No 5

BAKER, George teamster Adelaide purchased land in Bowden 1860. He could not write Application 1224

No 6

BAKER, George railway guard Adelaide purchased land in King William St Kent Town 1865 Application 6099

No 7

BAKER, George farmer Brighton 1872 Memorial 130/263

BAKER, George labourer Plympton died 10/6/1873 intestate. His widow formerly Alice Baker now Alice JAMES the wife of William James miner Kadina, obtained letters of administration for his estate 1876. Estate worth £75 Application 18121

No 8

BAKER, George farmer Goodwood Hundred of Dublin land grant 1872[-1882] Grant Book 26 Page 334 County Gawler

BAKER, George gentleman Goodwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 469 County Daly

No 9

BAKER, George mason Pt Wakefield 1891 Application 22086

No 10

BAKER, George machinist Georgetown 1906 Application 25209

BAKER, George blacksmith Georgetown, died 29/5/1922 intestate. Letters of administration to William Harold Herbert Baker mechanic Georgetown to settle the estate Memorial 106/487

BAKER, George blacksmith Georgetown, died 29/5/1922 intestate. His estate worth £8,333. Letters of administration to his son, William Harold Herbert Baker mechanic Georgetown. Other children were Beatrice Maud Maria Baker spinster 47 Ashbrook Ave, North Norwood; George Alexander Park Baker telegraphist 47a Ashbrook Ave, North Norwood; Dorothy Eva Ray TUCKER wife of Clem Tucker motorman Aveland Ae, North Norwood 1924 Application 27186

No 1

BAKER, George Allen yeoman Adelaide 1840 Farmer Kangarilla by 1857 Application 26260

BAKER, George Allen farmer Eyre Flat 1853[-1855] Memorial 457/60

BAKER, George Allen farmer Clarendon 1854[-1856] Memorial 359/75

BAKER, George Allen farmer Eyres Flat near Clarendon. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 303 County Adelaide

BAKER, Mary daughter of George Allen Baker of Baker Gully and wife of William JARVIS farmer McLaren Vale, inherited estate under the will of Uriah MACEY bootmaker Southgate near London, who died 3/11/1893 intestate. Husband of Emily Macey. Father of Ann RUSSELL nee Macey wife of Henry Russell of Southgate, who also died intestate; also for his other daughter, Catherine TITCHENER wife of William Titchener, who also died intestate. John Claffey accountant Adelaide, the local administrator for this estate Memorial 195/441, Application 24116

BAKER, George Forbes saddler Bordertown 1916 Application 26505

BAKER, George Herbert produce merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 44 County Chandos

BAKER, Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 179/151

No 1

BAKER, Henry farmer Brighton 1851 Memorial 202/35

BAKER, Henry farmer near Glenelg 1883 Memorial 227/352

BAKER, Henry farmer Brighton 1885 Application 20599

BAKER, Henry farmer pt Section 211 Hundred of Noarlunga, Brighton Rd, Brighton, died 31/10/1892. He left his estate to his wife, Susannah Mary Baker, for life, then to his son, Robert Baker farmer Hastings St, Glenelg. Susannah Mary Baker, widow of Henry Baker, died 19/10/1899, of senile decay and 4 days' influenza, aged 81 Application 25471

BAKER, Henry farmer Brighton Road, Brighton, died 31/10/1892. Husband of Susannah Mary Baker. Father of Robert Baker farmer Hastings St, Glenelg Memorial 136/419

No 2

BAKER, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 121/55

No 1

BAKER, Henry Benjamin farmer Glenelg Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 26 Page 340 County Gawler

BAKER, Henry Benjamin farmer Dublin 1883 Memorial 250/348

BAKER, Henry Charles Wyndham storekeeper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 166 County Not named

No 1

BAKER, HC clerk Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 170/291

BAKER, Henry Chaffey accountant Adelaide (Morialta Chambers, Victoria Square West) 1886 Memorial 83/376

BAKER, HC acountant Adelaide linked with Richard Chaffey Baker gentleman Adelaide 1888 Memorial 175/391

BAKER, Jabez labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1883 Grant Book 50 Page 259 County Robe

No 1

BAKER, James Esquire Adelaide linked with Mary Baker widow London, relict of the late Richard Chaffey Baker no description 1845 Memorial 359/5

No 2 - likely to be the same person

BAKER, James brickmaker Hindmarsh, and Diana Baker his wife 1844 Memorial 192/54

BAKER, James farmer Munno Para 1850 Memorial 462/24

BAKER, James farmer Gawler River 1850[-1861] Memorial 93/25

BAKER, James and BRINE, William farmers Gawler 1860 Application 1156

BAKER, James farmer Pt Gawler 1853[-1856] Memorial 305/59

BAKER, James Esquire Tarlamoor 1854 Memorial 495/71

No 2

BAKER, James yeoman Morphett Vale 1858 Application 2801

No 1

BAKER, James Dixon carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 16925

BAKER, James Dixon carpenter formerly of Adelaide, but now of Hobart VDL 1842 Memorial 252/2 Of Adelaide 1846

Memorial 261/6 Carpenter Walkerville 1848 Memorial 152/11

BAKER, James formerly of Adelaide, eldest brother and heir at law of the late Dixon Baker commonly known as James Dixon Baker formerly carpenter Walkerville but now deceased 1871 Memorial 219/250

BAKER, James Edward gentleman [retired brewer] Gawler River, died 7/7/1873, of lung paralysis, aged 85. His widow, Frances Baker, died 11/5/1887 Pt Gawler, of senile decay, aged 97. Their daughter, Frances Baker, married Stephen LIST farmer Mudla Wirra District, already there as a yeoman in 1848. He died 29/6/1869, leaving his wife, Frances List, his £74 estate. Frances List remarried to William NOTTLE gentleman Angle Vale. Frances Nottle wife of William Nottle, died 17/9/1877, of Bright's disease, aged 63. A granddaughter of JE and F Baker, Ellen Baker 22 spinster Gawler River (Father: George Baker) married Heinrich August Friedrich PREISS 26 bachelor farmer Gawler River (Father: Carl Preiss) on 3/12/1873 William Nottle home. Minister: Samuel FAIREY. Witnesses: Thomas COLLENETT plasterer Gawler and Emily Baker of Pt Gawler. Ellen Preiss died 14/10/1906. By 1908, HAF Preiss was a farmer at Buchsfelde Application 25474

No 1

BAKER, Job yeoman Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 474/70

BAKER, Job labourer Brownhill Creek 1856 Memorial 84/108

BAKER, Job labourer Section 245 Survey B 1858 Application 131

No 1 - father of the Baker brothers at Brighton

BAKER, John had a plumber's and paint shop in Brunswick St, Blackwall. He often used to take his eldest son, George Baker Senr, when he was his apprentice in the 1810s. James Ramsay a retired shipwright of the Poplar parish almshouse in Brunswick St, Blackwall in Dec 1878 gave this information - he was an apprentice in the shipyards when George Baker Senr was an apprentice, several years older then James Ramsay.

John Baker must have prospered at first. He took out a land order (1150) for a section of land in SA, Section 171 Survey B, which had not been properly registered as a land grant. John Baker had married Ann HUGHES on 12/7/1800 at St Paul's Sheerness, England. John Baker painter Newport Gardens, North St, Poplar, died 26/8/1841 pneumonia intestate, suffering from painter's cholic, aged 57. Because he was the Grand Master of a local Oddfellow's Lodge, the Lodge room was draped with crape. His eldest son, George Baker the Elder, born c1803, inherited his estate as heir at law. This man could not read or write and used to walk 5 miles daily to work. George Baker the Elder painter Poplar married Ann CROSS on 25/3/1833 St Dunstan's Stepney. Their eldest son, George Baker the Younger, born 19/4/1839.

Apparently, John Baker was a generous man. His niece, Adeline Frances Denham wife of William Denham formerly farmer, nee Hodges, daughter of Sarah Hodges nee Hughes, the older sister of Mrs John Baker, Adeline Denham remembered in 1878, of the night before the family emigrated: I said 'Oh uncle, you are very old to emigrate he laughed and said I shall have all my children with me but two will you come I said no he put a sovereign into my hand and said if you will come you will always find a house with us'.

In June/July 1840, John Baker and his family travelled to Gravesend/Plymouth to emigrated to SA. His two eldest children - George Baker Senr and Mrs Ann PHILPOT - remained in Britain. In Plymouth, John Baker was arrested for debt and imprisoned at Exeter until Feb 1841. He then came back to London until he died in August of that year, to live with his son, George Baker Senr. Mrs John Baker and her other children emigrated and never returned to England. The names of the children who emigrated were - Stephen, Thomas, Susan, Henry, Joseph, Elizabeth, Charles, Sarah. All the sons were married except Charles, when the family emigrated.

On 30 March 1868, Henry Baker wrote to his brother, George Baker in England. Their sister Sarah Baker had died 1/12/1867. Since then, Stephen Baker had lost his eldest son of heart disease, and his third son had lost his daughter. Susannah Baker had lost her husband in Melbourne - so we lost 4 in three months. Henry had turned 50 three days before he wrote his letter. Thomas Baker had gone to Melbourne some years ago and recently went to live with his son-in-law in New Zealand. Charles Baker worked in the copper mines; a labourer at Streaky Bay in 1879. Henry Baker had a vineyard at Brighton. Husband of Susannah Baker 'Our crops was very bad this last year it had the red rust very bad. What do you think of the fenians, and we had the pleasure of seeing our younge Prince out hear'. Joseph Baker returned to Britain for a visit in 1874, and was there for the death of his eldest brother George Baker, who died 5/2/1875, of bronchitis, aged 75. Joseph Baker paid for the funeral. Application 17178

BAKER, John painter Blackwall, London, Middlesex, England, employed his four sons, Henry, Joseph, Thomas and Stephen Baker, for many years as journeymen painters, without paying them wages. The father agreed to take out a preliminary land order for a section of land in SA, which they should all farm after emigrating there. The father did not not go, but the sons arrived in SA on the Diadem in November 1840. They selected their land on their father’s behalf - Section 211 Survey B, with land order 1151, and farmed in common there until 1844, when they sub-divided the section into four equal parts, taking one portion each. Henry Baker farmer Glenelg gave this information 1891 Application 21583

BAKER, John painter Poplar, Middlesex, England, died intestate 26/8/1841 North Sheel of pneumonia, aged 57. (57 year-old John Carr painter 18 James St, East India Road, Middlesex, remarked, ‘John Baker … carried on a large business as a painter in Blackwall aforesaid and was a very well-known man in the neighbourhood’. His heir at law, his son, George BAKER the Elder, died intestate. (m 25/3/1833 St Dunstan’s, Stepney, Ann CROSS) (died 5/2/1875 3 Devons Road, Bromley, Kent, of bronchitis, aged 85). His son, George BAKER the Younger painter 256 Devon Road, Bow, England, claimed his grandfather’s estate as heir at law 13/4/1877. (Born 19/4/1839 Catherine St, Bromley; baptised All Saints, Poplar, Middlesex 3/12/1839) Power of attorney to Luke Michael CULLEN and William Rudolph WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide to sell off his grandfather's former property in SA and finalise the Baker Estate Deposit 178/1877

No 2

BAKER, John farmer Willunga, his wife Mary Baker and son William Baker, arrived in SA c1842. John Baker died in SA; and his son, William Baker, also died, but at the Victorian goldfields, intestate and without direct descendants. He had left for the goldfields in mid-1851. His mother, Mary Baker, inherited his estate as heiress at law. She had remarried to Richard DINGLEY farmer Willunga, who had also died 28/10/1867. She had a daughter by Richard Dingley, named Mary Ann Davy Dingley, born 29/6/1854 Application 8942

No 3 - likely to be the same person

BAKER, John merchant Adelaide. North Kapunda Mining Company Director 1849 Memorial 451/36

BAKER, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1861 Memorial 20/176

BAKER, Isabella widow Morialta, about to leave SA for a period. Power of attorney to Henry Baker station manager Terlinga Station, and failing him for any reason, to her son, Richard Chaffey Baker solicitor Adelaide to manage her SA estate 8/7/1876 Deposit 188/1876

No 4

BAKER, John carpenter Adelaide 1848 Memorial 269/10

BAKER, John carpenter Adelaide purchased Section 3269 Green Hills Special Survey 1853 Memorial 297/49

BAKER, John farmer Section 3269 Green Hills Special Survey 1856 Memorial 296/99

No 5

BAKER, John labourer Prospect 1854 Memorial 475/68

No 6

BAKER, John mason Kapunda 1858[-1859] Memorial 284/145

No 7

BAKER, John farmer Section 364 Hundred of Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 91 County Grey

No 8

BAKER, John carpenter Frewville 1861 Application 2622

No 9

BAKER, John tanner Hindmarsh 1863 Memorial 78/191

No 10

BAKER, John sawyer Unley Park 1864 Application 5553

No 11

BAKER, John and Thomas farmers South Rhine farming under the style or firm of J & T Baker 1868 Memorial 80/229

No 12

BAKER, John builder Auburn 1873 Memorial 107/266

No 13

BAKER, John farmer Alma. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 26 Page 234 County Gawler

No 14

BAKER, John carrier Beltana Out of Hundreds. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 3 County Not named

No 15

BAKER, John builder Quorn. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 49 Page 10 County Newcastle

BAKER, John and Henry George builders Quorn. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 26 County Newcastle

No 16

BAKER, John sheepfarmer Pernunna, died c1883. Richard Chaffey Baker Esquire Adelaide one of the executors Memorial 214/379

No 17

BAKER, John stevedore Rosewater 1890 Memorial 45/402

BAKER, John stevedore Rosewater 1891 Application 22121

No 18

BAKER, John farmer Coonatto Co Frome 1892 Memorial 100/413

BAKER, John farmer Moockra Co Newecastle 1897 Memorial 204/430

No 1

BAKER, John Egalton farmer Dublin 1883 Memorial 122/349

BAKER, John Egalton farmer Hundred of Inkerman Co Gawler 1887 Memorial 184/387

BAKER, John Henry labourer Towitta. Hundred of North Rhine land grant 1898 Grant Book 17 Page 33 County Eyre

BAKER, John Horatio farmer Morphett Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 139 County Fergusson

No 1

BAKER, John James farmer Two Wells 1875[-1885] Memorial 107/284

BAKER, John James farmer Two Wells. Son of Charlotte Baker widow Two Wells 1875 Memorial 127/283

BAKER, John James farmer Mallala 1886 Memorial 166/375

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BAKER, John James of the Light. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878[-1882] Grant Book 26 Page 342 County Gawler

BAKER, John James farmer The Light 1882 Memorial 25/339

BAKER, John Law Esquire Modburne Rectory, Co Leicester, England owned land in the Currency Creek Special Survey and at Goolwa. Power of attorney to Charles FENN, William Alfred WEARING solicitors of Exchange Chambers, Adelaide to manage his SA estate 7/1/1856 Deposit 4/1857

No 1

BAKER, John Richard Secretary to the Pt Adelaide Canal Company Ltd Adelaide 1891 Application 22081

BAKER, John Richard barrister Morialta Chambers, Adelaide linked with Robert Colley Baker merchant at present temporarily residing at Glenelg 1913 Memorial 10/469

BAKER, John Richard solicitor , Adelaide (Morialta Chambers Victoria Square) 1939, declared that he was a member of the firm of Baker, McEwin, Ligertwood & Millhouse solicitors, the successors of Baker & BARLOW solicitors Application 28217

BAKER, John Thomas farmer Petersburg and Marion Jane Baker his wife 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 273 County Daly

BAKER, John William Stanley 46 widower farmer Pt Gawler (Father: Thomas Stanley Baker) married Mary Ann YOUNG 44 widow Pt Gawler (Father: Levi TREASURE/FRASER) on 4/12/1871 St George's Gawler. Minister: WH Coombs. Witnesses: A WEST farmer Pt Gawler and Bridget West (She could not write). JWS BAKER died apparently. Mary Ann Baker 56 widow Two Wells remarried to Edward RAFFALTAY/O'RAFFERTY 47 bachelor labourer Two Wells (Father: Patrick Raffaltay) on 27/9/1889 Christ Church North Adelaide. Minister: M Williams. Witnesses: AG DOWNS undertaker North Adelaide and Johanna MURPHY of North Adelaide. [This is a most mysterious matter - Mary Ann Young must have had a daughter called Susannah Burrage TREASURE while she was still unmarried, by a man called William BURRAGE stockholder Pt Gawler. Susannah Treasure died 16/10/1868 Pt Gawler, of bronchitis, aged 11. William FOSTER of Norwood had links with Mary Ann Baker, because he left land [Sections 440, 441 Hundred of Pt Gawler] he had taken out as land grants in 1856, in trust for her during her lifetime, with William Burrage as trustee, and then to her daughter absolutely in remainder expectant. William Burrage died c1876 at Palmerston in the Northern Territory, leaving Vaiben Louis SOLOMON storekeeper Palmerston as his executor. [Not clear who received his money and shares]. Mary Ann O'Rafferty died 2/5/1902 Application 24468

No 1

BAKER, Joseph farmer Brighton 1853 Memorial 433/56

BAKER, Joseph farmer Upper Dry Creek 1862[-1870] Memorial 168/182

BAKER, Joseph farmer Brighton 1874 Application 13314.

BAKER, Joseph landholder Glenelg 1885 Brother to Stephen William Baker, Henry Baker and Thomas Baker Application 20599

BAKER, Joseph [formerly of Upper Dry Creek but now] gentleman Brighton Road, New Glenelg 1898 Memorial 56/435

No 2

BAKER, Joseph carpenter South Inkerman trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Inkerman Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

BAKER, JR secretary to the Pt Adelaide Canal Company. RC Baker one of the directors 1890 Memorial 66/404

No 1

BAKER, J William and JESSUP, G Clerks to MANN & FOSTER solicitors Adelaide 1880 Application 19399

BAKER, J William clerk to Messrs MAIN & FOSTER solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 57/354

BAKER, Mary widow of Richard Chaffey Baker of Merriott, Somerset (she now lived at South Petherton), power of attorney to her son John BAKER gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA land investments 3/5/1846. John BAKER the Younger solicitor Ilminster, Somerset, drew up the document Enrolment 29/2

BAKER, Mary Dorothy widow Mallala 1893[-1897] Memorial 185/416

BAKER, Michael farmer Yankalilla 1887 Memorial 73/424

BAKER, NC clerk Pt Adelaide 1874[-1875] Memorial 93/293

BAKER, Oliver farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 15 County Chandos

BAKER, Patrick farmer Kangarilla 1842 Memorial 269/2

BAKER, Peter labourer Altona near Lyndoch 1901[-1915] Memorial 166/443

BAKER, PH wood merchant Gawler South 1946 Application 28467

No 1

BAKER, Phineas farmer Virginia 1909 Memorial 61/462

BAKER, Phineas farmer Virginia 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

BAKER, Phineas farmer 65 First Ave, Sefton Park, aged 78 in 1948, declared that he had been born in 1870 at Virginia and lived there for 65 years. He served as President of the building committee set up before 1910 to build an Institute in Virgina. He also knew Daniel BRADY who owned much land in the Virginia area and gave some away to various relatives from time to time, including his daughter, Mrs James SMITH Application 28585

BAKER, Phineas retired 65 First Ave, Sefton Park, aged 83 in 1954 , declared that he was the sole survivor of the original Virginia Institute trustees, appointed in 1908. He retired in 1946 Application 29083

BAKER, Ralph Clifford Searle chemist Adelaide 1885 Memorial 207/374

BAKER, Reginald George carpenter Pt Lincoln 1929[-1932] Memorial 51/501

No 1

BAKER, Richard carrier Brighton 1872[-1875] Memorial 131/263

BAKER, Richard carrier [formerly of Brighton but now of] New Glenelg 1880 Memorial 145/327

No 1

BAKER, Richard Chaffey solicitor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 142/210

BAKER, Richard Chaffey solicitor Adelaide (Gresham St) 1869 Application 10352

BAKER & BARLOW solicitors Morialta Chambers, Victoria Square West 1884 Application 20071

BAKER, Richard Chaffey KCMG solicitor to the Port Land Company since 1870. He explained the resolution of the dispute between the Company and the Marine Board over the Company's exact boundary on pt Section 2112 Survey B on the water frontage in the Port River 1901 Application 24306

BAKER, Richmond gentleman Adelaide 1891 Application 22091

BAKER, Robert Norton Scruton customs officer Semaphore 1898 Application 23605

BAKER, Ronald Keith farmer Virginia, aged 41 in 1954 , declared that he had lived in the area all his life. Virgina Institute trustee Application 29083

No 1

BAKER, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 37/5

BAKER, Samuel farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Clarendon 1849 Memorial 447/18

No 2

BAKER, Samuel farmer Mt Barker Creek 1853[-1854] Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Memorial 67/58

Stockholder Mt Barker 1854 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Memorial 1/67

BAKER, Samuel farmer The Springs 1856 Ashbourne Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 209/102

No 3

BAKER, Samuel storekeeper Mt Barker 1861 Application 2112

No 4

BAKER, Samuel labourer near Redruth 1903[-1919] Memorial 148/450

BAKER, Samuel labourer Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1909 Grant Book 8 Page 25 County Burra

BAKER, Mabel spinster Burra and OAKES, Lilian widow Burra, aged 70 and 64 respectively in 1954, granddaughters of John and Mary EDWARDS of Burra and daughters of Samuel (died c1938) and Ann Baker (died c1935) of Burra. 2 of 12 children, the sisters had lived in Burra all their lives, except for Mrs Oakes who lived away between 1922-1937. Their brother, Thomas Baker of Burra, died 1951 Application 29027

BAKER, Sarah Shipton widow Kensington 1851 Memorial 420/36

BAKER, Stephen of Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 349 County Gawler

No 1

BAKER, Stephen William farmer formerly of Brighton 1855 Memorial 466/94

Now farmer Light River Co Light 1855[-1857] Memorial 467/94

BAKER, Stephen William took up land at Noarlunga c1841 and remained on the same property until c1871. He was then a farmer at Lower Light, and rented out the Noarlunga farm to tenants. SW Baker died c1877. Children included Frederick Baker farmer Dublin, Alfred Baker farmer Inkerman and Harriet SHEAERER wife of James Shearer farmer Murtoa Vic 1884. The widow, Emily Baker, lived at Dublin as well 1884. John Baker of Blackwall, England, had taken out a land grant of Section 211 Hundred of Noarlunga with Land Order 1151 on which to settle his four sons - Stephen William Baker, Joseph Baker, Henry Baker and Thomas Baker. The men each fenced off his particular quarter and lived there for various periods. By 1884, Joseph Baker land holder New Glenelg was still alive to explain this background. Henry HAMILTON Clerk to the DC of Brighton said that he had known SW Baker since they both came to live in the area during 1841 Application 20178

No 1

BAKER, Sylvanus labourer Bowden 1854 Salisbury Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 92/74

BAKER, Silvanus labourer Salisbury 1854 Memorial 469/64

BAKER, Silvanus labourer formerly of Salisbury but now of Campbell Creek Vic 1857 Memorial 94/120

BAKER, Sylvanus formerly of Bowden but now of Campbell Creek Vic 1860 Memorial 40/171

BAKER, Simon carpenter Norwood 1852 Memorial 470/42.

No 1

BAKER, Stephen William farmer Brighton 1851[-1854] Memorial 307/36

BAKER, Stephen William farmer formerly of Brighton but now of the Light River 1877 Memorial 199/297

No 1

BAKER, Thomas no description bought land in Islington in 1841. He was still alive in 1879 Memorial 84/377

No 2 - perhaps the same person

BAKER, Thomas blacksmith Adelaide 1844[-1858] Memorial 169/4

BAKER, Thomas blacksmith Adelaide (Victoria Square) 1859 Memorial 298/159

BAKER, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 136/329

No 3

BAKER, Thomas labourer Kooringa 1855[-1856] Memorial 377/79

BAKER, Thomas [formerly labourer Kooringa but now] farmer Upper Wakefield 1859 Memorial 243/154

No 4

BAKER, Thomas builder Adelaide 1858 Memorial 92/139

BAKER, Thomas builder Adelaide Co Adelaide. Edeowie (Hundred of Edeowie) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 116 County Taunton

No 5

BAKER, Thomas licensed victualler Edeowie became a bankrupt. The family could keep 'the wearing apparal of the said Thomas Baker his wife and family and other necessary articles of furniture not exceeding in the whole the sum of £30' 1864 Memorial 41/195

No 6

BAKER, Thomas labourer Redruth 1925 Application 27403

BAKER, Thomas Allan linked with Thomas William Baker both farmers Baker Gully near Clarendon 1887 Memorial 207/387

BAKER, Thomas Barnard butcher Brighton Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 499 County Frome

BAKER, Thomas Brown farmer Goolwa 1874[-1877] Memorial 216/278, Application 13810

BAKER, Thomas Curtis baker Norwood and Mary Anne Baker his wife 1849 Memorial 95/18/387

BAKER, Thomas j overseer Chowilla Murray River 1880 Memorial 126/322

No 1

BAKER, Thomas james yeoman Payneham 1852 Memorial 343/43

BAKER, Thomas james [formerly yeoman Payneham but now] labourer Campbelltown 1858 Memorial 184/147

No 1

BAKER, Thomas Talbot farmer Adelaide (West Tce). Hundred of Belvidere land grant 1853 Memorial 382/59

BAKER, Thomas Talbot farmer near Kapunda 1861[-1863] Memorial 342/176

BAKER, Thomas Talbot farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 31/206

BAKER, Thomas Talbot farmer Hundred of Belvidere near Greenock, died c1866. Section 523 Hundred of Belvidere to his nephew Nicholas BAKER Hamhurst Vic. Sections 7597 and Section 81 to his niece, Elizabeth McCABE, nee BAKER, wife ofJames McCABE, in trust for life, then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. All the testator's personal estate to his nephew Nicholas Baker absolutely. Executors: John MULLER saddler Kapunda, and Thomas RIDGE farmer St John’s Enrolment 80/46

No 1

BAKER, Timothy labourer Sandy Common near Lyndoch, died 4/11/1889. He left his £100 estate to his wife, Elizabeth Baker Memorial 132/400

BAKER, Elizabeth widow Sandy Common near Lyndoch 1895. Linked with Peter Baker labourer Sandy Common near Lyndoch Application 22940

BAKER, Timothy Foley of Hallett 1883 Memorial 92/352

BAKER, Violet May spinster Gawler, died 25/1/1951. Sister to Hilda Maude Baker spinster Gawler and perhaps Beatrice Eileen MCCONNELL law clerk Gawler Memorial 100/526

BAKER, Wilfred James tenant farmer Gumeracha 1938 Application 28158

No 1

BAKER, William farmer the Wakefield 1848[-1859] Memorial 122/12

BAKER, William publican Wakefield River 1851 Memorial 125/36

BAKER, William farmer Lower Wakefield Special Survey 1856[-1859] Memorial 441/97

BAKER, William farmer Undalya Lower Wakefield Special Survey 1864 Memorial 55/195

BAKER, William farmer Undalya 1864 Application 5702

BAKER, William farmer formerly of the Wakefield River 1848 but now of Undalya 1867 Application 8225

No 2

BAKER, William blacksmith Kooringa 1851 Memorial 242/37

No 3

BAKER, William carpenter Norwood 1853 Memorial 444/61

BAKER, William carpenter Norwood 1854 Memorial 444/61

No 4

BAKER, William farmer Smith Creek 1853 Memorial 257/50

BAKER, William farmer Smithfield 1859 Memorial 186/149

BAKER, William farmer Smithfield 1861 Application 2288

BAKER, William farmer Gawler Plains near Smithfield, died 21/1/1865. Husband of Charlotte Baker, who died 29/10/1903. Father of John James Baker the youngest son, also Charlotte Baker. Other children mentioned but not named Memorials 219-221/450 & RPA Search 1963

BAKER, Charlotte widow Two Wells 1888 Application 21497

No 5 – perhaps the same person

BAKER, William farmer Peachey Belt Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 52/99

BAKER, William farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1875 Grant Book 55 Page 32 County Stanley

No 6

BAKER, William storekeeper Mt Remarkable 1857 Memorial 96/119

No 7

BAKER, William blacksmith Angaston 1857[-1867] Memorial 188/122

BAKER, William blacksmith Angaston and his wife, Emma Baker, formerly Emma KENDALL spinster daughter of the late Charles Kendall formerly stonemason Angaston but now deceased 1867 Memorial 119/227

BAKER, William blacksmith formerly of Angaston 1857 but then of Parkside 1885. Apparently worked as an Angaston stone mason in the 1860s Application 20792

No 8

BAKER, William farmer Smithfield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 128 County Stanley

BAKER, William farmer Wakefield River near Auburn. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 115 County Stanley

No 9

BAKER, William clerk to Mr INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide 1864 Memorial 84/200

BAKER, William clerk to Charles MANN solicitor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 21/214

BAKER, William clerk to Messrs BELT & MANN solicitors Adelaide 1867[-1869] Memorial 75/222

BAKER, WIlliam clerk to Mesrs MANN & BUNDEY solicitors Adelaide 1870 Memorial 57/250

BAKER, William clerk to William MANN solicitor Adelaide 1873 Memorial 108/266

BAKER, J William clerk to Charles MANN solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 37/273

BAKER, William clerk to Messrs MANN & FOSTER solicitors Adelaide 1878[-1880] Memorial 122/305

BAKER, William clerk Adelaide 1874[-1877] Memorial 69/272

BAKER, William law clerk Edwardstown 1878 Application 16652

No 10 - perhaps a continuation of No 9

BAKER, William land agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 30/351

BAKER, William land agent South Road 1883 one of seven children of Alfred Baker general dealer Adelaide (West Tce), who died 5/11/1874 and his wife, Elizabeth Ann Baker Memorial 20/351

No 10

BAKER, William bootmaker Pt Lincoln 1865 Memorial 138/204

BAKER, William bootmaker Pt Lincoln 1869 Memorial 24/243

No 11

BAKER, William builder Adelaide (East Tce) 1872 Memorial 164/258

No 12

BAKER, William wheelwright Adelaide (East Tce) 1872 Memorial 240/263

No 13

BAKER, William farmer near Koolunga, died 5/4/1879 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Berry Baker

Memorial 87/317

BAKER, Elizabeth Berry widow near Koolunga. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 38 County Stanley

No 14

BAKER, William farmer Dalrymple. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 142 County Fergusson

No 15

BAKER, William produce merchant Silverton NSW. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 168 County Not named

BAKER, William Barnett baker Bowden 1866 Memorial 182/219

No 1

BAKER, William Edward farmer Baroota 1889 Memorial 151/395

BAKER, William Edward farmer Baroota. Hundred of Baroota land grant 1900 Grant Book 24 Page 700 County Frome

BAKER, William Harold Herbert mechanic Georgetown 1923 Memorial 185/487

No 1

BAKER, William Henry farmer Gawler River near Gawler 1859 Memorial 177/151

BAKER, William Henry coach proprietor Gawler 1877[-1884] Memorial 177/299

BAKER, William Henry carrier Gawler, died 25/7/1904 [date at varience with other records]. His widow, Emma Selina Baker, died 20/2/1947. Parents of Violet May Baker and Hilda Maude Baker spinsters Gawler Memorial 68/525

No 2 – perhaps the same person

BAKER, William Henry labourer Virginia 1861 Application 2303

BAKER, William Henry eating house keeper Booborowie Co Stanley. Yongala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 149 County Dalhousie

No 3

BAKER, William Henry wheatbuyer Windsor. Lorne township (Hundred of Inkerman) allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 27 Page 457 County Gawler

BAKER, William Henry farmer Windsor. Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1899 Grant Book 26 Page 116 County Gawler

No 1

BAKER, William John farmer Munno Para 1853 Memorial 293/52

BAKER, William John farmer [formerly of Munno Para but now of] Pt Gawler 1858 Memorial 150/220

BAKER, William John farmer formerly of Munno Para 1856 but now of Virginia 1867 Application 8195

BAKER, William John farmer formerly of Pt Gawler 1867 but now of Virginia 1869 Application 9778

BAKER, William John farmer Virginia 1880 Memorial 154/324

BAKER, William John farmer Virginia 1912 Application 26129

BAKER, William John formerly farmer Virginia but now gentleman Hyde Park 1912 Memorial 5/468

No 2

BAKER, William John farmer Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 2000

No 1

BAKEWELL, Edward Howard and Samuel grocers Adelaide, trading together as S Bakewell & Co, became bankrupts in 1880 Memorial 216/326

BAKEWELL, Edward Howard accountant to Messrs ELDER, SMITH & Co Ltd of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 124/403

BAKEWELL, Edward Howard stock and station agent Adelaide 1895 Memorial 39/426

BAKEWELL, Edward Howard stock and station agent Adelaide and Olivia Eleanor Bakewell his wife 1913 Memorial 94/469

BAKEWELL, Edward Howard Managing Director of the Willowie Land and Pastoral Pastoral Association Ltd, King William St, Adelaide 1914, declared that he had been a member of the Board for more than 20 years Application 26299

BAKEWELL, Edward Howard pastoralist Adelaide (Bowman Buildings) 1919 Application 26757

BAKEWELL, Frederick John banking clerk Pt Augusta 1881 Application 18700

BAKEWELL, Howard Keith manager Yalkuri near Narrung 1944[-1949] Memorial 130/518

No 1

BAKEWELL, John settler Brighton 1850 Memorial 254/19

BAKEWELL, John hotelkeeper Brighton 1850 Memorial 175/19

BAKEWELL, John hotelkeeper Brighton. Trustee Congregational Chapel Marion 1850 Memorial 176/28

BAKEWELL, John formerly of Brighton but now of Sandhurst Vic 1857 Memorial 273/131

BAKEWELL, John publican Brighton 1900 Application 24118

No 1

BAKEWELL, John Warren Esquire at present of 25 Bernard St, Middlesex, England but about to proceed to Adelaide to live there 1870 Memorial 154/248

BAKEWELL, John Warren Esquire Eagle Chambers, Adelaide 1875 Memorial 187/282

BAKEWELL, John Warren Esquire Adelaide about to marry Helen Kate GRANT daughter of Frederick Augustus Grant Esquire Yattalunga near Gawler 1877 Memorial 223/296

BAKEWELL, John Warren Esquire Adelaide about to leave the province for a term, power of attorney to Josiah Henry Symon Esquire Adelaide and William SYMON Esquire Adelaide to manage his SA estates 30/1/1882. JW Bakewell gave this particular power of attorney a number of times Deposit 92/1882

BAKEWELL, JW solicitor Adelaide 1885 Memorial 163/368

BAKEWELL, John Warren Esquire Korralla Mt Lofty 1907 Memorial 157/458

BAKEWELL, John Warren died 3/4/1923. His widow, Helen Kate Bakewell, lived at Forest End, Sandhurst, Berks, England by 1924. In 1929, Mrs Bakewell was living temporarily at Mt Lofty Memorials 73 & 74/512

No 1

BAKEWELL, LW clerk to Messrs SCOTT & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1873[-1874] Memorial 176/265

BAKEWELL, Leonard W clerk to John Warren Bakewell solicitor Adelaide 1876 Memorial 89/287

BAKEWELL, Leonard W clerk to Messrs SYMON & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1877 Memorial 111/303

BAKEWELL, Leonard William barrister and solicitor Adelaide (Clifton Chambers, King William St) 1906 Memorial 242/459

No 1

BAKEWELL, Mary Jane spinster Glenelg 1885 Memorial 240/371

BAKEWELL, Mary Jane spinster Somerton resided with John WHYTE merchant Somerton and Louisa Whyte formerly HEATH nee COUNSELL his wife 1896 Memorial 34/452

No 1

BAKEWELL, Samuel farmer Yatta Lyndoch Valley [He appears to be a relative of William Bakewell of Adelaide] 1843 Memorial 35/3. .

No 2

BAKEWELL, Samuel grocer Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 181/54

BAKEWELL, Samuel gentleman Gover St, North Adelaide, died 22/9/1888, of anasarca and diarrhoea, aged 73 Application 26069

No 1

BAKEWELL, Thomas cellarman Adelaide (Halifax St) 1849 Memorial 330/15

BAKEWELL, Thomas gentleman [formerly of Adelaide but then] of Brighton 1850 Memorial 6/23

No 1

BAKEWELL, William clerk to William BARTLEY solicitor Adelaide 1843[-1845] Memorial 101/3, Application 19862

BAKEWELL, William gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a while, power of attorney to Samuel BAKEWELL grocer Adelaide 19/12/1853 Deposit 67/1865

BAKEWELL, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1854 Memorial 251/69

BAKEWELL, William gentleman 13 Victoria Road, Kensington, Middlesex, England 1854 Linked with Samuel Bakewell gentleman Adelaide Memorial 148/73

BAKEWELL, William Esquire Adelaide 1857 Member of the Local Board of Advice to the SA Company Memorial 203/128

BAKEWELL, William Crown Solicitor of SA Shirley Payneham, died 25/1/1870, of brain congestion, aged 52 Application 22482

BAKEWELL, Jane widow Shirley near Adelaide 1870 Application 11143

BAKEWELL, Jane widow Shirley Payneham1873[-1876] Memorials 142/270 & 183/294

BAKEWELL, William Kenneth solicitor Grenfell St, Adelaide 1921 Application 26977

BALAAM, James Henry labourer Hamilton on the Light 1856[-1858] Memorial 353/98

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BALBIRNIE, Joseph gentleman Norwood 1856 Memorial 348/97

BALBIRNIE, Joseph clerk to Messrs ELDER, STIRLING & Co [merchants Adelaide] 1857 Memorial 17/132

BALBIRNIE, JP banker Adelaide 1883 Memorial 172/347

No 1

BALCHIN, John 21 bachelor labourer McLaren Vale (Father: James Balchin) married Harriett HARRIS 18 spinster McLaren Vale (Father: Edward Harris) on 10/7/1873 Rev'd O Lake's home, Adelaide. Witnesses: Sarah BALCHIN and Serena Lake Minister's wife Franklin St, Adelaide Application 15836.

BALCHIN, John farmer McLaren Vale and Harriett Balchin his wife 1877 Application 15836

BALD, Alexander farmer Dublin Co Gawler. Hundred of Cotton land grant s1909 Grant Book 12 Page 122 County Chandos

BALD, Bruce and James farmers Linwood linked with George and Robert Bald farmers Smithfield 1911 Memorial 59/465

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BALD, George farmer Smithfield 1874 Application 13675

BALD, George linked with Sections 95 and 112 Hundred of Minburra Co Herbert 1885 Memorial 120/369

No 1

BALD, James farmer Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 255/52

BALD, James farmer near Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Light land grant 1863 Grant Book 44 Page 189 County Light

BALD, James farmer Linwood 1885 Memorial 89/368

BALD, John farmer Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 54 County Buccleuch

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BALD, Robert farmer Gawler Plains 1850[-1859] Memorial 59/26 Munno Para East District Councillor 1859 Memorial 231/158

BALD, Robert farmer Munno Para 1859 Application 450.

BALD, Robert farmer near Smithfield 1861 Application 2376

BALD, Robert farmer Smithfield, died 23/9/1894. Father of George Bald farmer Smithfield, William Bald (a resident of the Lunatic Asylum), James Bald farmer Linwood, Robert Bald farmer Linwood and Christina LINDSAY wife of Francis Lindsay farmer Manoora Memorial 91/423

BALD, Robert the Elder farmer Smithfield, died 23/9/1894. Father of George Bald and Robert Bald the Younger farmers near Smithfield1914 Memorial 165/471

BALD, Robert farmer Linwood 1897 Application 23368.

BALD, Robert farmer Smithfield 1922 Application 27099

No 1

BALD, William of Linwood 1872 Memorial 106/261

No 2

BALD, William the Elder farmer Millicent Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1896[-1897] Grant Book 30 Page 205 County Grey

No 1

BALDERSTON, James farmer McLaren Vale prob from 1855[-1859] Memorials 163/85 & 227/151

BALDERSTON, James farmer Munno Para 1860 Memorial 124/162

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BALDERSTON, Robert farm servant Noarlunga 1846 Memorial 234/10 Farmer Clark Hill near Noarlunga 1848 Memorial 235/10

Gentleman Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 351/50

BALDERSTON, Robert of Clark Hill, Willunga 1854[-1856] Memorial 216/79

BALDERSTON, Robert farmer McLaren Vale 1854[-1865] Memorial 119/75

BALDERSTONE, Ann Cameron widow of Robert Balderstone farmer Noarlunga 1883. He died 23/1/1876. Estate worth £600 Application 19562

BALDERSTONE, Christopher farmer Giles Flat near Bull Creek linked with Thomas Balderstone farmer Adelaide 1861 Memorial 159/172

BALDOCK, Albert gentleman Goolwa 1869 Application 22439

BALDOCK, Catherine widow Gawler South 1878[-1881] Memorial 120/312

No 1

BALDOCK, Charles farmer Morphett Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 70 County Victoria

BALDOCK, Charles farm labourer near Noarlunga 1883. His wife, Harriet Baldock, died 69/1883, of pneumonia and heart disease, aged 34 Application 21820

No 1

BALDOCK, Christopher Godfrey gentleman North Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 394/57

BALDOCK, Christopher Godfrey gentleman Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 451/92

BALDOCK, Christopher Godfrey Esquire Pt Elliot, power of attorney to John ACRAMAN and George MAIN merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 2/9/1856 Deposit 312/OA

BALDOCK, Christopher Godfrey gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of the Murray River 1857 Memorial 146/126

BALDOCK, Christopher Godfrey Esquire formerly of Pt Elliot but now of the colony of Victoria 1867 Memorial 230/222

BALDOCK, Christopher Godfrey gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1855 now of parts beyond the seas 1873 Application 13204

BALDOCK, Christopher Godfrey gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1876 Memorial 159/290

BALDOCK, Christopher Godfrey gentleman of parts beyond the sea. John ACRAMAN his local attorney1880 Application 18092

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BALDOCK, Daniel and William David yeomen Gawler 1852 Memorial 258/44

BALDOCK, Daniel boundary rider North-West Bend 1874 Memorial 185/271

No 1

BALDOCK, David Bee linked with Sections 785 and 786 Hundred of Pirie 1885 Memorial 32/371

BALDOCK, David Bee miller Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

No 1

BALDOCK, Edward butcher Alberton 1855[-1859] Memorial 398/88

BALDOCK, Edward gentleman Alberton 1857 Memorial 67/136

BALDOCK, Edward fisherman Alberton 1860 Memorial 114/168

BALDOCK, Edward butcher Queenstown 1872 Memorial 33/260

No 1

BALDOCK, George farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 358/82

No 2

BALDOCK, George formerly blacksmith but now vineyard employee Noarlunga 1935 Application 27956

No 1

BALDOCK, Herbert Thomas Municipal Tramways Trust employee 22 Rundle St, Kent Town 1940 Memorial 50/515

BALDOCK, Herbert Thomas Municipal Tramways Trust employee formerly of 22 Rundle St, Kent Town but now of 72 Beulah Road, Norwood 1947 Memorial 8/521

BALDOCK, Herbert Thomas Municipal Tramways Trust employee formerly of 22 Rundle St, Kent Town but now of 72 Beulah Rd, Norwood 1948 Application 28601

BALDOCK, Horace Frank clerk Noarlunga 1956 Memorial 195/530

No 1

BALDOCK, James farmer Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 195/21

BALDOCK, James farmer formerly of Mt Barker, but now of Yanipy Vic 1887 Application 21309

No 2

BALDOCK, James farmer Mt Charles 1859 Memorial 343/160

BALDOCK, James farmer near Mt Torrens 1861[-1887] Memorial 7/172, Application 2323

BALDOCK, James farmer Mt Torrens, about to leave SA, power of attorney to Thomas HUTCHENS auctioneer Woodside to manage his SA estates 7/10/1887 Deposit 138/1887

No 3

BALDOCK, James farmer Gawler 1861 [Likely to have lived in Plympton when he arrived in SA] Memorial 41/173

BALDOCK, James carter near Gawler 1861 Application 2332

BALDOCK, James carter Evanston near Gawler 1871 Memorial 191/253

No 1

BALDOCK, John the Younger carpenter Hundred of Onkaparinga 1857 Memorial 240/131

BALDOCK, John the Younger carpenter Riverside near North Woodside 1858 Memorial 288/147

BALDOCK, John Junr carpenter Onkaparinga 1863 Application 4652

BALDOCK, John Bee farmer Evanston 1853 Linked with James Baldock farmer Evanston Memorial 77/52

No 1

BALDOCK, Joseph farmer Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 29/361

BALDOCK, Joseph farmer McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 241/103

No 1

BALDOCK, Matthew labourer Oyster Bay Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 145 County Fergusson

BALDOCK, Matthew farmer Tiparra 1886[-1897] Memorial 144/377

BALDOCK, Matthew farmer Kainton 1897[-1902] Memorial 26/432

BALDOCK, Matthew farmer Kainton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 428 County Daly

No 1

BALDOCK, Robert Walters Lieutenant-Colonel in the Hon East India Company Service Adelaide 1855 Memorial 396/87

BALDOCK, Robert Walters Lieutenant-Col formerly of Adelaide but now of Goolwa Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 66/121

BALDOCK, Robert Walters retired colonel in the East India Company Woodlands near Pt Elliot, died 1859 Memorial 90/254

BALDOCK, Susannah widow of the late Colonel Robert Walters Baldock Woodlands near Pt Elliot, died 15/3/1861, of enteritis, aged 58 Application 23790

No 1

BALDOCK, Sophie Metheral married woman Prospect 1938 Memorial 98/512

.BALDOCK, Sophie Metheral married woman formerly of Prospect but now of 22 Rundle St, Kent Town 1938 Application 29487

BALDOCK, Sophie Metheral married woman formerly of 22 Rundle St, Kent Town, but now of Beulah Rd, Norwood 1945 Application 29487

BALDOCK, Thomas yeoman Nairne 1857[-1865] Memorial 252/126

BALDOCK, William carpenter Adelaide (Hanson St), bankrupt 2/7/1880. His personal estate, worth £30, to his family. His real estate on Town Acre 369 to the trustee, Amos HENRIQUES mercantile clerk Adelaide, for sale towards the relief of creditors. Excellent list of carpentry assets Enrolment 32/53

No 1

BALDOCK, William David and Daniel Baldock yeomen Gawler 1852 Memorial 258/44

BALDOCK, William David of North-West Bend 1874 Memorial 214/276

No 1

BALDWIN, Alfred labourer Lower Mitcham 1852[-1853] Memorial 429/44

BALDWIN, Alfred labourer Lower Mitcham, later of the Horse Shoe Hills, Noarlunga, died 2/8/1853, when he fell from the pole of his dray. Robert Holdsworth LEDGARD drayman and carter Horse Shoe Hills (a friend of Baldwin’s) and Baldwin’s solicitor Rupert INGLEBY gave this information. Alfred Baldwin, born 20/6/1828 Felsted, Essex, England, was the only son of John Baldwin farmer and maltster Felsted and his wife, Ann nee COLEMAN (married Felsted parish church 9/12/1822). Alfred Baldwin emigrated to SA 1849. He lived with some shipmates, the William MOULDEN family, for some time, and took one of the Moulden girls as his girl friend. He purchased some land in Lower Mitcham by himself, and another piece with William Moulden and his son, John Moulden farmers Lower Mitcham.

Michael Lane solicitor Chelmsford, Essex, wrote to RH Ledgard 9/3/1855 ‘The father is an elderly person and though formerly in very fair circumstances as a farmer and maltster, is, with his wife and family, very much reduced, and in a great degree dependent on his brother and sister for support … Letter of attorney to you and a Mr Walter DUFFIELD of Gawler Town (who is one of the Town Council at Adelaide) a brother to a solicitor at Chelmsford, who consented to my joining him in the deed … pay Alfred B’s funeral expenses and debt, and after deducting the costs incurred by you in carrying out the trust, transmit the remainder of the monies to Mr Baldwin in the usual way.

John Baldwin wrote to his son Felsted Essex, England 1 Aug 1853 Since you left Egland, we have had many heavy trials and great affliction in the family. Henry lay on one bed ill, Emma on another in deep decline, Susanne on another very ill and having nothing only parish allowance. We were but poreley off one time but a few friends heard of our distress and sent us a trifle for our relief, but nothing would save life. Emma died 4/5/1852, Henry died 5/6/1852. Susanna was very ill a long time, but now she is pretty well. … I used to say to Mother if my pore boy is alive, I shall live to se better days, and I have lived to se them for when I opened your letter, in it, to my great joy, I found a £10 note. Such a thing I have not had for years. I dare not let none of my family see your letter Edmund and Mrs Richbel pay my rent and if they was to know you sent me anything they would not pay it and I should not be much better of for your kindness, nor would the parish give me any, so I am fst to keep things very close. You wrote when you sent another letter you would put in a little spec of gould Do not put any thing in that can be found out when it comes to the Swan, there will be plenty of noyse about it and they won’t give my parish allowance. … I should like you to come with £600 that would take 100 acres of land in England than we will find ou a wife and money with her, but do not kill yourself to get that some of money. … Life is very uncertain, can’t you secure your property if anything was to hapen to you so as it did not fall into the hands of strangers Your affectionate farther John BALDWIN. His mother added: ‘You have money enough now to take a respectable public house if you like the life’. John Baldwin in Essex sold his son’s land to John Moulden - 9 and a half acres of Section 234B for £185 3/9/1856. Application 1102

BALDWIN, Alfred drayman Horseshoe Hills, Noarlunga died 2/8/1854 a bachelor and intestate. His father, John BALDWIN yeoman Essex, as heir at law, gave power of attorney to Walter DUFFIELD merchant Gawler and Robert Holdsworth LEDGARD drayman and carter Horseshoe Hills, to finalise the estate and dispose of property 3/3/1855 Deposit 268/1858

BALDWIN, Charles labourer Peterborough Hundred of Yongala land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 214 County Dalhousie

BALDWIN, Edwin wheelwright Edwardstown 1865 Memorial 265/204

No 1

BALDWIN, Eli Waterworks Superintendent Gawler 1892 Application 22426

BALDWIN, Eli mechanical engineer Gawler 1917 Memorial 68/476

BALDWIN, Eliza Bell married woman Kent Town 1909 Application 25577

No 1

BALDWIN, George Francis machinist 15 Fussell Place, Alberton and Stella Mary Baldwin his wife 1946 Memorial 188/520

BALDWIN, George Francis machinist 15 Fussell Place, Alberton and Stella Mary Baldwin his wife 1948 Application 28623

No 1

BALDWIN, Henry wheelwright York village Section 394 Port Road 1854 Memorial 80/63

BALDWIN, Henry carpenter York [township on the Port Road] 1856 Memorial 83/106

BALDWIN, Henry carpenter Tenterden 1859 Application 290

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

BALDWIN, Henry wheelwright Echunga 1872 Memorial 240/260

BALDWIN, Henry and James farmers Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

BALDWIN, Henry of Walloway 1890 Memorial 148/406

No 1

BALDWIN, James labourer York [township on the Port Road] 1856 Memorial 84/106

BALDWIN, James formerly carpenter York near Beverley 1856 but now farmer Macclesfield 1864 Application 4843

BALDWIN, James farmer Macclesfield Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

No 2 – likely a continuation of No 1

BALDWIN, James farmer Yongala. Youngala (Hundred of Yongala) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 150 County Dalhousie

BALDWIN, R accountant Adelaide 1915 Memorial 8/473

BALDWIN, Stephen Thomas baker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 494/20

No 1

BALDWIN, William publican Echunga 1860 Memorial 331/168

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

BALDWIN, William farmer Yatina. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 13 Page 7 County Dalhousie

BALDWIN, William farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

No 3

BALDWIN, William merchant Pt Adelaide 1896. He was good friends with Robert THOMSON ship's carpenter Pt Adelaide Application 23217

No 3

BALDWIN, William farmer Kensington Park 1912[-1918] Memorial 71/466

BALDWIN, William Godfrey farmer Kringlin trustee Methodist Church Mootatunga 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 251 County Chandos

BALDWINSON, Charles King gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 250/17

BALE, Thomas brickmaker Kensington 1852 Memorial 199/43.

BALE, Thomas Stanhope labourer Stepney 1854 Memorial 421/78

No 1

BALES, George Frederick farmer Arkaba trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1880 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

BALES, George Frederick farmer Hawker 1887 Memorial 42/388

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BALES, William carpenter Grange 1846 Memorial 167/6 Carpenter Brighton 1846 Memorial 51/7

BALES, William Thomas Brown carpenter The Sturt 1850[-1855] Memorial 420/28

BALFORT, Selina widow Parkside 1874 Memorial 170/274

No 1

BALFORT, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 305/44

BALFORT, Thomas farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of South Richmond 1856 Memorial 59/113

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BALFORT, Thomas farmer Parkside 1866 Memorial 111/210

BALFORT, Thomas labourer Parkside 1867 Memorial 114/222

BALFOUR, Alexander merchant Kirkaldy, Co Fife, Scotland, power of attorney to Robert Barr Smith and John Taylor merchants Adelaide,to dispose of all his assets in Australasia 8/2/1862. On 26/6/1873, he appointed Barr Smith and failing him, John Sanderson LLOYD merchant Adelaide as his attorney to collect mortgages due to him Deposit 216/1865

No 1

BALFOUR, John gentleman College Town 1871[-1875] Memorial 79/256

BALFOUR, John gentleman Kent Town 1885 Application 20703

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BALFOUR, John baker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1892. His business partner, James CALDER of Hackney, had died 1/10/1889 Memorial 197/415

BALFOUR, John bread and biscuit manufacturer Adelaide (Rundle and Cardwell Sts) trading under the style or firm of CALDER & Balfour became a bankrupt 1894 Memorial 23/421

BALFOUR, John out of business Wayville. His wife, Elizabeth Balfour, died 4/6/1910, of carcinoma and asthenia, aged 69. Born in Melvich, Scotland. In SA 45 years. Married at 26 4/3/1/- Memorial 18/466

BALFOUR, Elizabeth pastrycook Adelaide (74 Rundle St) 1896 Memorial 219/428

No 1 - likely to be a continuation of the previous entry

BALFOUR, John Gordon baker Millswood linked with Elizabeth Balfour cafe proprietor Adelaide (74 Rundle St) 1900 Memorial 157/441

BALFOUR, John Gordon baker Millswood 1912 Memorial 52/466

BALFOUR, Matilda widow near Echunga Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1901 Grant Book 36 Page 317 County Hindmarsh

BALFOUR, Mr rented pt Section 103 Survey B from 1857-1864. He fenced in the land during 1857 and used the block as a farm Application 19804

BALFOUR, Robert carpenter Adelaide owned land in Norwood 1855[-1856] Memorial 146/93

BALFOUR, William Russell Collector of HM Customs Peterhead, Co Aberdeen, Scotland, power of attorney to Robert Barr Smith and John Taylor merchants Adelaide, to wind up his Australasian estates 16/2/1863 Deposit 217/1865

BALFOUR-OGILVY, Walter Ingelram out of business Goolwa, aged 44 in 1959, declared he had lived in Goolwa for 25 years. His unnamed wife's mother, Emily Mary EVANS, who died in 1934, also owned land in Goolwa. Mrs Evans was the mother of Mrs Ethel May GRAHAM Application 29333

BALK, Carl wheelwright Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorials 287 7 331/167

No 1

BALK, Carl George merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1875 Memorial 26/286

BALK, Carl George draper Adelaide, died 23/7/1876 Memorial 152/445

BALK, RM agent Currie St, Adelaide 1905 Application 25028

BALL, AG [Adam Gustavus] surveyor Adelaide 1870 Memorial 179/249

No 1

BALL, Alfred farmer Warooka 1874 Application 13519

BALL, Alfred labourer Eden Valley Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1876[-1880] Grant Book 19 Page 5 County Fergusson

BALL, Anna Maria widow Gawler [relict of the late Thomas Ball], left all her goods to her daughter, Jane WOODS widow Gawler. Will made 7/6/1864 Deposit 73/1869

No 1

BALL, Charles carpenter Adelaide (Pirie St) 1847[-1857] Memorial 359/8

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BALL, Charles farmer Bordertown 1870. He could not write Application 10782

BALL, Charles farmer Bordertown father of Samuel and William Ball 1872 Memorial 46/261

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BALL, David yeoman Adelaide 1840 Memorial 408/12

BALL, David yeoman Adelaide 1840. Likely to be a link with Henry William Ball engineer Prospect 1878 Application 16945

BALL, David licensed victualler Hindmarsh (Black Lion Richards St) 1847[-1851] Memorial 410/12, Application 27752

BALL, David innkeeper Brighton 1850 Memorial 238/22 Publican Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 11/33 Licensed victualler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 133/63

BALL, Eric John civil servant 6 Tewkesbury St, Cheltenham 1946 Memorial 190/519, Application 28469

No 1

BALL, George wheelwright North Adelaide 1863 Memorial 199/190

BALL, George wheelwright North Adelaide (Ward St) and Emma Miriam Ball his wife 1869 Memorial 129/344

No 2

BALL, George brewer Walkerville 1864[-1875] Memorial 323/192

BALL, George brewer Walkerville, died 1/11/1882. He left his entire £1,500 estate to his wife, Anna Jane Ball, absolutely Memorial 127/346

BALL, George brewer Walkerville, died 1/11/ 1882. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anna Jane Ball. His business partner, George HUNTLEY brewer Walkerville, of Ball & Huntley, bought the other half of the brewery business for £2,800 Memorial 140/347

No 3

BALL, George of Bagot Well 1870 Memorial 46/250

BALL, George Daniel Clarke farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

No 1

BALL, Henry farmer Stanley Flat 1856 Memorial 342/109

BALL, Henry farmer Clare, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to George YOUNG and Gavin David YOUNG gentlemen Watervale, power of attorney to manage his SA estates during his absence 17/11/1858 Deposit 244/1864

BALL, Henry farmer formerly of Clare but now in parts beyond the seas 1864 Memorial 182/195

No 2

BALL, Henry plumber Prospect 1884 Application 20329

No 1

BALL, Henry mechanic Brighton linked with BALL, David licensed victualler Brighton 1851 Memorial 409/28

BALL, Henry William gentleman Prospect 1852[-1855] Memorial 97/41.

BALL, Henry William engineer Prospect 1871[-1878] Memorial 122/255, Application 16945

No 2

BALL, Henry William farmer Bordertown 1888 Memorial 106/390

BALL, James engine driver Pt Adelaide 1889 Application 21628

BALL, James Henry farmer Section 536 Hundred of Willunga 1858 Memorial 305/146

BALL, James Henry Frederick William labourer Mt Gambier 1937 Memorial 186/510

No 1

BALL, John bullock driver The Wakefield 1852 Memorial 180/40

BALL, John farmer Mintaro, died 26/4/1866 killed by the kick of a horse and waggon passing on, aged 49. He left Lot 2162 village of Mintaro to his wife, Sarah Ball, in trust to give to his children equally, when the youngest had turned 21. Children - Elizabeth Ball, George Daniel Ball, Jeremiah John Ball and Sarah Anne Ball. Jeremiah John Ball had been born in the District of Adelaide 16/1/1851, when his father, John Ball, was a labourer. By 1874, Mrs Balls was Sarah SPARKS wife of John Sparks farmer Clare, daughter Elizabeth SMITH widow Mintaro, Sarah Anne Johnson wife of William JOHNSON of Kooringa, sons George Daniel BALL labourer Mintaro, Jeremiah John Ball labourer Mintaro Application 13701

No 1

BALL, Richard wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 97/65

BALL, Richard wine and spirit merchant [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Glenelg 1856 Memorial 118/111

BALL, Richard gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of of the province of Victoria, and Elizabeth Ball his wife formerly Elizabeth MASTERS spinster 1858 Memorial 294/141

BALL, Richard gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas [probably in the vicinity of Newmarket, Suffolk, England] and Elizabeth Ball his wife 1866 Memorial 109/226

BALL, Robert tinman Gawler 1846 and Maria Ball his wife, formerly Maria MULLIN widow Memorial 430/7.

No 1

BALL, Samuel and William farmers Bordertown 1872[-1883] Memorial 46/261

BALL, Samuel and William carriers Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1877 Grant Book 7 Page 5 County Buckingham

BALL, Samuel and William farmers Bordertown 1884. Sons of Susan Ball Application 20172

No 1

BALL, Thomas innkeeper Kensington 1841 Application 4420

BALL, Thomas farmer formerly of Kensington, but now of Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 400/16

BALL, Thomas yeoman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 326/40.

BALL, Thomas farmer Onkaparinga 1852 Memorial 403/58

BALL, Thomas farmer The Bremer 1856[-1857] Memorial 43/102

No 2

BALL, Thomas farmer Wandearah West 1897 Memorial 194/430

BALL, William carrier Bordertown Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

BALL, William Frederick butcher Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 255 County Daly

No 1

BALLANS, Nainby clerk to Messrs SYME & SISON of Pirie St, Adelaide 1885[-1889] Memorial 105/367

BALLANS, Nainby clerk Adelaide 1891 Memorial 236/407

BALLANS, Nainby clerk to Messrs SYME & SISON brewers Adelaide 1899 Memorial 55/439

BALLANTYNE, Alfred merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 69 County Not named

No 1

BALLANTYNE, James draper Adelaide 1864 Memorial 307/197

BALLANTYNE, James draper Pt Adelaide leased a shop and dwelling house on North Parade 'the same lately held by Mrs CORNISH'. Adjoining the White Hart to the south, Fauldings to the east and a Mr MORRIS to the west 1877 Memorial 7/302

BALLANTYNE, James draper Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 416 County Victoria

BALLANTYNE, James draper Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 111/348 Agent Adelaide 1882[-1885] Memorial 112/348

BALLANTYNE, James agent Adelaide 1885 Application 20402

No 2

BALLANTYNE, James & SMITH, Thomas Junr solicitors 89 King William St, Adelaide 1884 Application 20307

No 1

BALLANTYNE, John draper Adelaide 1856 Memorial 266/105

BALLANTYNE, John merchant Adelaide 1861 Memorial 348/175

BALLANTYNE, John draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1869 Memorial 155/288

BALLANTYNE, John merchant formerly of Magill but now of Timaru New Zealand 1891 Magill Wesleyan Chapel trustee Application 22095.

No 1

BALLANTYNE, Thomas gentleman Adelaide (Grape St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 48/60

BALLANTYNE, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1868[-1871] Memorial 220/235

BALLANTYNE, Thomas butcher Adelaide (Rundle St) 1869 Application 10087

BALLANTYNE, Thomas gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Henry RYMILL and Frank RYMILL to manage his SA estates 11/5/1878. No reason stated Deposit 194/1878

No 2

BALLANTYNE, Thomas gentleman Felixstow 1879 Memorial 91/315

BALLANTYNE, William draper North Adelaide 1889 Memorial 114/397

No 1

BALLARD, John farmer Mt Gambier 1856[-1881] Memorial 290/100

BALLARD, John farmer Bordertown 1883 Application 19762

No 2

BALLARD, John labourer Goolwa 1857[-1876] Memorial 30/128

BALLARD, John wharfinger Goolwa. Goolwa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1868 Memorial 195/234

No 3

BALLARD, John and William farmers Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Melville land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 84 County Fergusson

BALLARD, John Thomas wharfinger Goolwa 1866 Application 7636

No 1

BALLARD, William farmer Para Plains 1853[-1854] Memorial 462/65

BALLARD, William farmer near Riverton 1860 Application 1290

BALLARD, William farmer The Gilbert near Riverton 1869 Application 9849

BALLINGER, Charles Henry wheelwright Clare 1919 Application 26820

BALLINGER, George Henry labourer Hundred of Inkerman 1886 Memorial 98/374

No 1

BALLS, Henry carpenter Norwood 1850 Memorial 230/27

BALLS, Henry carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 83/61

BALLS, Henry shopkeeper The Parade, Norwood 1854 Memorial 127/75

BALLS, Henry storekeeper Milang 1856 Memorial 235/111

BALLS, Henry formerly carpenter Norwood 1850 but now farmer Milang 1875 Application 14363

BALLS, Henry farmer Milang, died 7/10/1875. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Emma Balls, for life or during her widowhood, then to his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant once the youngest child had turned 21. The only child born after his father died - Owen Leonard Louis Balls born 7/5/1876 Milang. Emma Balls 25 widow North Adelaide (Father: Richard SEARLES) remarried to Charles ANGELL 23 bachelor machinist North Adelaide (Father: John Angell) on 17/2/1878 Christ Church North Adelaide. Minister: Charles Marryat. Witnesses: Louis SEARLES master mariner Milang. Mary Ann Searles of Milang. By 1897, the Angells were at Boffa St, Hyde Park, where Charles Angell was a blacksmith Application 23317

BALLS, Henry farmer Milang, died 1875. He bequeathed allotments, house and shop at Norwood to his two daughters by his first wife - Elisabeth GRIERSON and Sarah Gooden. The rest of the estate to his second wife, Emma Balls, during her widowhood, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children by her Memorial 64/285

BALLS, Henry farmer Milang, died 7/10/1875. By 1897, his widow, Emma Balls, had remarried to Charles SNELL blacksmith Boffa St, Hyde Park. Her children included Edward Henry Balls blacksmith Henry St, Kensington and Florence Mabel Balls spinster Boffa St, Hyde Park Memorial 162/430

No 1

BALLS, William 40 labourer Enfield (Father: William Balls) married Christian HUTTON 42 widow lady Enfield (Father: George BYERS) on 24/3/1857 Mrs Hutton's home Enfield. Witnesses William GODSON storekeeper Enfield and Sheppington TAYLOR farmer Enfield. Minister Rev'd William Riccard SQUIBB. William Balls was a Mt Barker farmer by 1873 Application 13187

BALLS, William 40 labourer m HUTTON, Christian 42 widow on 24/3/1857 Mrs Hutton’s home, Pine Forest, Enfield. Officiating minister William Riccard SQUIBB Application 4849

BALLS, William farmer near Mt Barker and Christian Balls his wife 1864 Application 4849

BALMAN, Robert S of Kensington 1852 Memorial 192/42

BALMAN, Thomas bricklayer Cowandilla 1853 Memorial 422/55

No 1

BALMAN, William bricklayer Adelaide 1842 Application 23594

BALMAN, William licensed victualler Adelaide, and Ann Balman, his wife 1849 Memorial 188/14

BALMAN,William bricklayer Cowandilla 1854 Memorial 353/63

BALMAN, William bricklayer Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 136/112

BALMAN, William labourer Hilton 1862 Memorial 59/184

BALMAN, William labourer Adelaide 1869 Memorial 171/238

BALMAN, William of Adelaide, died 17/7/1870. He left estate in his will to Mary HARRIS wife of John Harris broker Adelaide Memorial 84/249

No 1

BALMER, Robert Sergeant general dealer Kensington 1853[-1854] Memorial 463/51 Storekeeper Kensington 1854 Memorial 139/64

BALMER, Robert Sargent formerly storekeeper Kensington but now of the province of Victoria 1856 Memorial 260/110

No 1

BALNAVES, David bullock driver Penola 1864 Application 5677

BALNAVES, David farmer Penola 1867[-1882] Memorial 31/225

BALNAVES, David storekeeper Penola Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 67 County Grey

BALNAVES, Jane widow Penola [relict of the late Robert Balnaves thr Elder formerly storekeeper Penola but now deceased] 1867[-1875] Memorial 32/225

No 1

BALNAVES, Robert storekeeper Penola 1902 Application 24374

BALNAVES, Robert storekeeper Penola 1937 Memorial 74/511

No 1

BALNAVES, William storekeeper Penola 1912[-1946] Memorial 155/479

BALNAVES, William storekeeper Penola. Sealholder St Andrew Presbyterian Church 1938 Memorial 31/512

No 1

BALTHASAR, Daniel Friedrich bootmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1869 Memorial 28/241

BALTHASAR, Daniel Friedrich bootmaker Adelaide (Rundle St), died c1873. Husband of Johanne Maria Martine Balthasar Memorials 55/271, 31/321

No 1

BAMBERGER, August storekeeper Stockwell 1857[-1859] Memorial 18/121, Application 1009

BAMBERGER, August landlord Stockwell Hotel Stockwell 1860 Memorial 109/167

BAMBERGER, August gentleman Stockwell 1862 Application 3265

BAMBERGER, August private gentleman 1 Kleine Schulstrasse, Uhlenhorst, Hamburg, power of attorney to Carl von BERTOUCH general agent Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 29/9/1874 Deposit 201/1874

BAMBERGER, Claus Adolph tinman Stockwell 1858[-1870] Memorial 310/136

No 1

BAMBLETT, Stephen labourer Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 8 County Blachford.

BAMBLETT, Stephen mason Hawker Co Blachford. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 170 County Not named

BAMBLETT, Stephen stonemason Hawker. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1887[-1890] Grant Book 5 Page 31 County Blachford

BAMBLETT, Stephen builder Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 5 Page 17 County Blachford

BAMBRICK, Richard farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1865[-1867] Memorial 250/202

BAMENT, George publican Brighton 1855[-1856] Memorial 123/87

No 1

BAMENT, William of 25 Hindley St, Adelaide 1861[-1865] Memorial 125/176

BAMENT, William fancy goods warehouseman Adelaide (25 Hindley St) became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 215/243

BAMEVELD, Robert licensed victualler Criterion Hotel Bassett Town near Gawler Kapunda 1881 Memorial 19/330

BAMFIELD, Robert gentleman Willaston, died 1882. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Bamfield, absolutely Memorial 65/345

No 1

BAMFORD, John of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 142/153

BAMFORD, John baker Adelaide (Carrington St) 1859 Memorial 139/153

BAMFORD, LJB clerk to Messrs SANDFORD & LIMBERT solicitors Adelaide 1909 Memorial 144/461

No 1

BAMFORD, Thomas Waldron accountant Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 23/285

BAMFORD, Thomas Waldron grocer Pt Adelaide (of the firm of GROSSE & Co), became a bankrupt in 1876 Memorials 200 & 201/291

BAMKE, Heinrich blacksmith Pt Section 2000 Hundred of Mudla Wirra [Templers] Great North Road 1857 Memorial 141/135

No 1

BAMMANN, Georg Heinrich Diedrich gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 3/81

BAMMANN, Georg Heinrich Diedrich farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 252/81

BAMMANN, Georg Heinrich Diedrich and BORGMANN, Heinrich Friedrich formerly gentlemen Adelaide 1855 now farmers Morphett Vale 1865 Application 6025

BAMMANN, Georg Heinrich Diedrich farmer [formerly of Morphett Vale but now of] Salisbury 1900 Memorial 148/441

No 1 - likely to be a continuation of previous entry

BAMMANN, George farmer Morphett Vale 1888 Memorial 1/392

BAMMANN, George farmer near Salisbury 1892[-1897] Memorial 16/416

BAMMANN, George Henry farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1913[-1922] Grant Book 14 Page 339 County Daly

BAMMANN, Henry Federick out of business Fullarton and his wife, Elenor Isabel Bammann nee HARVEY (died 15/3/1918) had 4 children - Gertrude Wilhelmina LONGMIRE nee Bammann (21 on 6/4/1923) married woman Koolunga, Minetta Isabel Bammann(21 on 29/4/1925) spinster formerly of Fullarton but now of 5 Glenford Ave, Myrtle Bank, Freda Rosabel Bammann (21 on 21/5/1925) spinster, and Cuthbert Harvey Bammann (21 on 9/10/1931) clerk both formerly of Fullarton now of 22 Craighill Rd, St Georges 1956 Application 29181

BANNERMAN, Charlotte formerly Charlotte CASEY widow Gawler River 1865 now wife of Alexander Bannerman farmer Dublin 1877. She could not write. The Bannermans married on 24/8/1866 Application 16358

BAMPTON, Donald Tullach Town Clerk 96 Wills St, Largs Bay 1959, declared that he had been Town Clerk since 6/12/1957 Application 29341

BAMPTON, Florence Joy spinster 12 Diamond Place, Alberton, aged 63 in 1959, declared that she had lived at the same address all her life. Her parents lived at that address after their marriage in 1895. Her father, Joseph Bampton, died 1953 Application 29341

No 1

BAMPTON, Frederick Charles Corporation Valuator Pt Adelaide 1927 Application 27596

BAMPTON, Frederick Charles valuator and collector of rates for the Corporation of Pt Adelaide Alexander St, Largs 1944, declared he had held that post for the past 30 years. Before that, he was assistant valuator for 10 years Application 28386

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BAMPTON, George the Younger labourer Alberton 1881 Application 18683

BAMPTON, George fisherman Alberton 1885 Application 20510

BAMPTON, George fisherman Alberton, died 24/12/1895 intestate. His estate worth £110. His widow, Catherine Bampton, took out letters of administration Application 27072

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

BAMPTON, George farmer Section 487 Survey A near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 303/6

BAMPTON, George labourer Alberton 1854[-1890] Memorial 484/99

Fisherman High St, Alberton 1878 Memorial 200/310

BAMPTON, George fisherman Alberton 1880 Memorial 67/320

BAMPTON, George fisherman Alberton, died 27/8/1895 intestate. Husband of Catherine Bampton Memorial 171/426

BAMPTON, George the Younger of Alberton 1875 Memorial 13/280

No 1

BAMPTON, Henry blacksmith Gawler 1858 Memorial 298/146

BAMPTON, Henry blacksmith [formerly of Gawler but now of] Redruth nee Kooringa 1873 Memorial 150/267

BAMPTON, Henry blacksmith formerly of Gawler 1857 but now of Redruth 1877 Application 16133

BAMPTON, Joseph foreman 12 Diamond Place, Alberton, aged 73 in 944, declared he had lived in Diamond Place for 60 years Application 28386.

BAMPTON, Joseph Robertson butcher Alberton 1874[-1882] Memorial 138/277, Application 17340

BAMPTON, R law clerk Pt Adelaide 1913 Memorial 16/469

BAMPTON, Robert fisherman Alberton 1883 Application 19945

No 1

BANBURY, Charles agent Adelaide 1854 Memorial 146/71

BANBURY, Charles agent Adelaide (Gouger St) 1874[-1877] Memorials 8/276 & 209/279

BANBURY, Charles valuator Adelaide 1877 Memorial 69/303

BANBURY, Charles agent Adelaide 1880[-1882] Memorial 155/324, Application 18033

BANBURY, Charles agent Adelaide (Angas St), died 5/5/1883. Husband of Elizabeth Hannah Banbury Memorial 239/350

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

BANBURY, CF clerk Adelaide 1866 Memorial 22/210

BANBURY, CF clerk to WF STOCK solicitor Adelaide 1873[-1884] Memorial 10/267

BANBURY, CF clerk to Messrs DAVISON & STOCK solicitors Adelaide 1874 Memorial 23/277

BANBURY, CF the Younger of Adelaide 1867 Memorial 110/222

BANBURY, CF the Younger Green's Exhange Adelaide 1867 Memorial 108/223

BANBURY, JT clerk to James H PARR of Adelaide Balaklava 1881 Memorial 87/333

BANCROFT, Thomas printer Norwood came to live in Kent Tce Norwood during 1870. After his death, his widow, Mary Elizabeth Bancroft, continued to live at that address until her death. A daughter, Gwendoline Howard Bancroft, still lived in the house in 1911 Application 25907

BAND, Andrew labourer Mt Gambier 1877 Memorial 161/300

No 1

BANDT, Louis farmer Magill 1854 Memorial 389/62

BANDT, Lewis farmer Section 293 Survey B 1856 Memorial 186/96

BANDT, Louis farmer Stockport 1872 Memorial 204/265

BANDT, RO Bible Christian Minister Riverton 1872 Memorial 152/258

BANFIELD, James gold digger formerly of West Tce, Adelaide 1852, but now Union St, Adelaide 1881 Application 18901

No 1

BANFIELD, Richard Pearce miller Adelaide 1853 Memorial 205/59

BANFIELD, Richard Pearce miller Penrice 1857 Memorial 52/123

BANFIELD, Richard Pearce miller formerly of Penrice 1857 but now of Pt Elliot 1865 Application 6407

No 1

BANFIELD, Thomas of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 139/57

BANFIELD, Thomas the Elder miner Adelaide (Union St) 1862, died 14/8/1866 Moonta, of diseased lungs aged 66. Husband of Ann Banfield. Father of James Banfield, Thomas Banfield the Younger, Richard Banfield and John Banfield. Grandfather of James Banfield (still a minor in 1862). Friend of James JOLIFFE mason Adelaide (West Tce) and John TIPPETT licensed victualler Millbrook Chain of Ponds 1862 Memorial 38/440

BANGER, William Andrews nurseryman Marden 1879 Memorial 134/316

No 1

BANKHEAD, Benjamin painter and glazier North Adelaide, all his estate to his wife Lydia Elizabeth Bankhead absolutely 1/1/1851 Deposit 84/1874

BANKHEAD, Benjamin painter Adelaide 1859 Application 1611

No 1

BANIGAN, Lawrence farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 339/82

BANIGAN, Laurence farmer Upper Wakefield 1878 Memorial 11/312

BANK, Edward carter Portland Estate 1870 Memorial 196/248

BANKER, Thomas of Arundel Waters [perhaps near Pt Broughton?] 1890  Memorial 13/404

No 1

BANKHEAD, Benjamin painter and glazier North Adelaide and Lydia Elizabeth Bankhead his wife 1851 Memorial 18/275

BANKHEAD, Benjamin poundkeeper Glenelg 1865 Memorial 53/205

BANKHEAD, John Willis gentleman Glenelg 1876[-1883] Memorial 199/294

No 1

BANKS, Abraham labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 22320

BANKS, Abraham yeoman formerly of Adelaide but now of Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 271/53

No 1 - the Elder

BANKS, Arthur carrier Robe 1864 Memorial 62/200

BANKS, Arthur the Elder carrier Robe S-E, died 7/1/1882. His widow, Rachel Sarah Banks, died 17/10/1908. James Banks of Kingston manager for Dalgety & Co Ltd, settled the estates Memorial 44/462 & RPA Search 81

No 2 - the Younger

BANKS, Arthur clerk Robe 1872 Application 12330

BANKS, Arthur accountant Robe Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1879 Grant Book 46 Page 7 County MacDonnell

BANKS, Arthur storeman Robe Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 308 County Grey

BANKS, Arthur the Younger storeman Robe Co Robe. Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 294 County Grey

BANKS, Arthur storekeeper Robe 1885[-1905] Memorial 53/369

BANKS, Arthur the Younger storeman Robe 1880[-1883] Memorial 130/326

BANKS, Arthur formerly the Younger storekeeper Robe 1886 Memorial 30/377

BANKS, Arthur formerly the Younger storekeeper Robe and Winifred Gunby Banks his wife 1901 Memorial 47/442

BANKS, Arthur storekeeper Robe, died 3?/8/1906. Husband of Winifred Gunby Banks Memorial 23/456

No 1

BANKS, Arthur Doris merchant Robe 1896 Memorial 15/427

BANKS, Arthur Doris merchant formerly of Robe S-E but now of Millicent linked with Alice Mabel Gertrude Banks married woman Robe 1912 Memorial 234/465

BANKS, Cain Thomas farmer Millbrook 1893 Application 22473

BANKS, Catherine married woman Kingston S-E 1936 Application 28025

BANKS, Christopher shoemaker Chain of Ponds 1853 Memorial 241/107

BANKS, Donald Rowland station manager Robe, aged 32 in 1947, declared that he had lived in the area all his life. He was the son of Eric James Banks formerly horse dealer now grazier Robe and his wife, Alice Mabel Gertrude Banks Application 28571

No 1

BANKS, Edward farmer Cudlee Creek and Morella Banks his wife 1871 Memorial 97/252

BANKS, Edward farmer Fox Creek [probably near Chain of Ponds/Gumeracha] 1877 Memorial 97/304

BANKS, Edward farmer formerly of Fox Creek but now of Cudlee Creek 1899 Application 23924

BANKS, Edward farmer Cudlee Creek and Morella Banks his wife 1899 Application 23900

No 2

BANKS, Edward formerly carter Portland Estate 1870 now licensed victualler Adelaide 1877 Application 16343

No 1

BANKS, Eric James horse dealer Robe S-E and Alice Mabel Gertrude Banks his wife 1921 Memorial 150/483

BANKS, Eric James grazier Robe and Alice Mabel Gertrude Banks his wife 1928 Memorial 2/500

BANKS, Eric James horse dealer Robe S-E and Mabel Gertrude Banks his wife. Parents of Donald Rowland Banks station manager Robe S-E 1944 Memorial 28/518

BANKS, Eric James retired grazier Robe 1948. Linked with the estate of Donald Rowland Banks station manager late of Robe Application 28630

BANKS, Eric James retired clerk Robe 1966, declared he had been born on 5/7/1886 at Robe where he had lived ever since Application 29649

BANKS, Forrest Harold grazier Robe S-E a member of the AIF, died 11/6/1945 Memorial 137/519

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

BANKS, George farmer Holland Creek (Father: Abraham Banks) married Mary Ann FARNHAM 19 Holland Creek (Father: Giles Farnham) on 14/5/1858 Cudlee Creek Chapel. Minister: John KITHER. Witnesses: AB BARNARD teacher Cudlee Creek and James Banks labourer Prairie. By 1898, the Banks family were farmers at Millbrook Application 23655

BANKS, George farmer The Torrens 1868 Memorial 81/235

BANKS, George farmer The Torrens and Mary Ann Banks formerly Mary Ann FARNHAM his wife 1869. Neither husband nor wife could write Application 10252

BANKS, George farmer Holland Creek Co Adelaide Hundred of Finniss land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 42 County Sturt

BANKS, George farmer Holland Creek and Mary Ann Banks his wife 1889 Memorial 100/400

BANKS, George the Elder farmer Walnut Grove near Millbrook husband of Mary Ann Banks who died 12/1/1901. Her estate worth £1,000. Parents of Louisa Georgina Rubkey wife of Albert Rubkey gardener Lobethal, Hannah Moisella LUDEWIGS wife of Elisha Gustavus Ludewigs gardener Millbrook, Caroline HOAD wife of Joseph Eli Hoad farmer Kanmantoo, Harriett Hoad wife of Samuel Mundy Hoad farmer near Mannum, and Edith Eliza REDDEN wife of William John Redden gardener not stated. [Probably at least one son as well but not mentioned] Executors; George Banks the Elder and John TILLEY the Elder farmer Golden Grove 1915 Memorial 185/472

BANKS, Harold Alonzo secretary of DREW & CREWS Ltd of Commercial St, Kooringa 1937 Application 28056

BANKS, Henry storekeeper Robe 1886 Memorial 30/377

BANKS, Hubert George Lacepede Bay Institute trustee 1939 Application 28146

No 1

BANKS, James clerk Kingston S-E 1883 Memorial 143/349

BANKS, James sub-manager then manager for Dalgety & Co Ltd Kingston S-E 1909 Memorials 155 & 191/460

No 1 – John Thomas Banks

BANKS, John miller Adelaide 1855[-1856] He took out a 5-year lease of Hancock's flour mill on South Road, Plympton at £150 a year Memorial 440/86

BANKS, John Thomas the Elder miller Mt Barker (Father: William Banks) married Sarah WALTON Kensington (Father: Thomas PRESTON - muddle with maiden name) on 11/5/1857 St John Halifax St, Adelaide. 4 children - Sarah Banks born 4/5/1858 died 3/9/1862 Charles St, Norwood, of phthisis, aged 4 years Father: still miller; Walton Banks born 11/7/1860; Sarah Martin Banks born 19/12/1862 died 27/6/1864 Norwood of meningitis, aged 2.5 years; and John Thomas Banks the Younger born 11/8/1864 died 25/3/1865 Norwood, of teething, aged 8 months. JT Banks the Elder stone dresser Norwood died 30/6/1864 intestate, of bronchitis, aged 37. His only surviving child, Walton Banks, inherited his estate as heir at law. Sarah Banks 45 widow Norwood remarried to Charles DAVIS 54 widower farmer Islington (Father: William Davis), on 12/3/1870 General Registry Office, Victoria Square, Adelaide. Minister; John KIPPON Deputy Registrar. Witnesses: Henry MOSEDALE carpenter Norwood and Mary DAVIS of Islington. Charles Davis farmer Islington died 27/7/1872. As a widow, Sarah Davis lived in College Town. Her son, Walton Banks was a carpenter 1883 Application 19869

BANKS, John Thomas flourmiller Mt Barker 1857[-1859] Memorial 170/116

BANKS, John Thomas miller Adelaide, died 1864. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Banks, during her widowhood, then equally to his children absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 27/198

No 1

BANKS, Robert police constable Unley 1851 Memorial 447/29

BANKS, Robert shoemaker Unley 1856 Memorial 13/99

No 1

BANKS, William Henry publican Miner's Arms Hotel Kooringa. He also leased MORTLOCK's paddock and conducted a chaff business using assets such as the 'weighbridge, chaffhouse, steam engine … together with all contracts for hay and chaffed hay' 1875 Memorial 33/280

BANKS, William Henry brewer Kooringa 1876[-1877] Memorial 124/295, Application 16512

BANKS, William Henry brewer Kooringa purchased the unexpired portion of the 7-year lease for the White Hart Hotel, Aberdeen near Kooringa from William Alexander STEWART licensed victualler Aberdeen for '10/- and other considerations' 1878 Memorial 176/308

BANKS, William Henry brewer Kooringa, died 16/9/1878 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Catherine Banks, to settle the estate Memorial 150/314

BANKS, William Henry brewer Kooringa, died intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Catherine Banks. Estate worth £38,000. Enrolment 80/53

BANKS, William Henry brewer Kooringa, died 16/9/1878 intestate. His widow, Catherine Banks, lived at Redruth by 1879 Memorial 132/419

BANKS, Catherine widow Kooringa relict of the late William Henry Banks now deceased 1883 Memorial 156/352

BANNAN, Robert formerly labourer Adelaide 1852 but now of Lyndhurst Vic 1861. His SA agent was Samuel PEARCE agent Adelaide Application 2173

BANNEAR, John Alfred labourer Waikerie. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 114 County Albert

BANNER, William labourer Queenstown 1891 Application 22010

BANNERMAN, Alexander labourer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 348 County Gawler

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BANNERMAN, George railway labourer Bowden 1875 Application 14143

BANNERMAN, George farmer Morphett Vale 1881 Memorial 173/333

No 1

BANNIER, August Wilhelm painter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 141/46

BANNIER, August Wilhelm labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 168/34.

BANNIER, August Wilhelm cabinetmaker Third Creek 1851[-1853] Memorial 329/33

Carpenter Section 1064 Co Adelaide 1852[-1857] Memorial 55/47

BANNIER, August Wilhelm builder Adelaide 1854 Memorial 21/65

BANNIER, August Wilhelm gentleman formerly of Third Creek but now of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 81/132

BANNIGAN, John police trooper Government Gums Out of Hundreds. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 65 Page 2 County Not named

BANNIGAN, Joseph farmer Yanyarrie 1887 Memorial 46/383

BANNIGAN, (otherwise BANNAN), Lawrence farmer Section 79 Peachey Belt, becama a bankrupt in 1862 Memorial 342/184

BANNISTER, John carpenter Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18085

BANNON, Edmund William labourer 38 Dale St, Pt Adelaide 1948 Memorial 86/522

No 1 - probably the same person

BANNON, Patrick labourer Bowden 1860 Memorial 337/165

BANNON, Patrick labourer Roseworthy 1866 Memorial 140/212

BANNON, Patrick labourer Gawler 1881 Memorial 225/330

BANNON, Patrick labourer formerly of Bowden 1860 but now of Pt Augusta 1864 Application 5151

BANNON, Patrick labourer late of Roseworthy but now of Gawler 1885 Application 20612

BANSEMER, Friedrich Richard Carl butcher Koppio 1922[-1926] Memorial 150/485

BANSEMER, Gertrude May Elizabeth spinster Adelaide 1906 Application 25238

BANSEMER, Richard Theodore gardener Payneham and his wife, Mary Jane Bansemer 1913 Application 26176

No 1

BANTICK, John labourer Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant Memorial 446/85

BANTICK, John formerly labourer Adelaide but now farmer near Nairne 1889 Application 21719

BANWELL, Annie Margaretta of Fleet St, Salisbury, aged 64 in 1952, declared that she had lived in Salisbury for the last 55 years Application 28855

No 1

BANYER, Thomas wheelwright Adelaide 1853 Memorial 225/57

BANYER, Mr wheelwright Osmond Tce, Norwood 1865 Application 6912

BANYER, Thomas wheelwright formerly of Adelaide but now of] Norwood 1883 Memorial 241/350

No 1

BANYER, William James of Kapunda 1883 Memorial 241/350

BANYER, William James wheelwright Norwood 1895 Memorial 37/426

BANYER, William James wheelwright Norwood 1898 Application 23596.

BANYER, William James wheelwright Osmond Tce, Norwood 1920 Application 26911

No 1

BARBARY, John formerly farmer Golden Grove then out of business Glen Iris WA, died 18/7/1927. He married Mary Elizabeth WARNE daughter of the late Joseph Blanchard Warne farmer Golden Grove. Children of John Barbary as at 1928 - Lydia HOSKINS married woman Glen Iris WA, Jane REID married woman Glandore, Susan Wicksteed married woman Dardanup WA and James Herschell Barbary of Brunswick WA - all living at that point Application 28570

BARBARY, John formerly farmer Golden Grove late out of business Glen Iris WA 1928 and his wife, formerly Mary Elizabth WARNE daughter of Joseph Blanchard Warne farmer Golden Grove. All the Barbary children were still alive in 1947, including Jane Reid married woman Maud St, Glandore, Lydia HOSKINS married woman Glen Iris WA, Susan WICKSTEED married woman Dardanup WA, and James Herschell Barbary of Brunswick WA Application 28570

BARBARY, Joseph the Younger farmer near Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 93 County Daly

No 1

BARBARY, Joseph Paul farmer Gawler Plains 1860 Memorial 246/166

BARBARY, Joseph Paul miner Moonta Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 59 County Daly

No 1

BARBARY, Philip farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853[-1854] Memorial 228/57

BARBARY, Philip farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 414/95

BARBARY, Philip [formerly farmer Gawler but then] miner Wallaroo 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 34 County Daly

BARBARY, Philip farmer Greens Plains 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 61 County Daly

BARBARY, Philip of Greens Plains East. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1884[-1897] Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

BARBARY, Philip farmer Greens Plains 1887 Memorial 116/384

No 1

BARBARY, William cordwainer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 158/112

BARBARY, William shoemaker Walkerville, died c1861. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jane Barbary. The other executor: William Curnow UREN boot manufacturer Adelaide (Rundle St) Memorial 92/180

No 1

BARBE-MILLER, Kingsman S land agent Adelaide 1877 Application 16527

BARBE-MILLER, Kingsman and SMYTHE, William Frederick Fortescue agents Adelaide (Currie St) 1880 Applications 18198 & 18284

BARBER, Alfred builder Kingston S-E and Elizabeth Martha Barber his wife 1901[-1919] Memorial 3/443

BARBER, Charles farmer Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 438 County Daly

BARBER, Clarence Peter and Stanley Rupert Barber carpenters Kingston S-E 1941 Memorials 103 & 104/515

BARBER, David storekeeper’s assisant Rhynie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

BARBER, Elizabeth spinster Norwood 1852 Memorial 69/39.

No 1

BARBER, George farmer Reedbeds 1858 Memorial 109/138

BARBER, George farmer Woolshed Flat 1863 Memorial 112/524

BARBER, George farmer The Woolsheds near Auburn 1886 Memorial 109/374

No 2

BARBER, George carter Modbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cameron land grants 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 436 County Daly

BARBER, George farmer Lochiel. Hundred of Cameron land grants 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 437 County Daly

BARBER, George farmer Greens Plains and Alma Barber his wife 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 329 County Daly

BARBER, George farmer Paskeville. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

No 1

BARBER, James farmer Rhynie 1874[-1896] Memorial 94/272

BARBER, James farmer Rhynie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

BARBER, James Alexander no description leased Sections 161, 162 Hundred of Goolwa in the 1880s Memorial 128/358

No 1

BARBER, John farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853[-1856] Memorial 36/55

BARBER, John farmer The Light 1855 Memorial 414/81

BARBER, John farmer Kapunda 1858 Memorial 260/140

BARBER, John farmer Section 496 Hundred of Belvidere 1859 Memorial 280/154

BARBER, John farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Bagot Gap 1865 Memorial 75/204

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

BARBER, John farmer Black Springs Co Burra. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 50 County Dalhousie

No 3

BARBER, John bricklayer Morphett Vale 1845 Memorial 166/5

BARBER, John bricklayer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 140/63

BARBER, John builder Noarlunga now deceased. Family - Thomas Barber farmer near Narracoorte, Alfred Barber mason Kingston S-E, William Barber farmer Millicent, and John Barber now in Vic 1896 Memorial 65/429

BARBER, John Howard Linney secretary Mt Gambier 1939, declared that he was the Secretary of the SA Worsted Mills Pty Ltd, incorporated in Vic, with offices at 352 Collins St, Melbourne Vic Application 28202

No 1

BARBER, Louis Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 96/91

BARBER, Louis Esquire [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Sydney NSW 1855 Memorial 102/91

BARBER, Louis merchant Adelaide 1870 Application 10842

No 1

BARBER, Mary widow Gawler 1865 Memorial 264/203

BARBER, Mary widow Adelaide 1873 Memorial 76/269

BARBER, Mary widow Sturt St, Adelaide mother of Sarah MCKAY wife of Aleck MacKay gentleman Pt Augusta, Samuel Barber carpenter Adelaide, William Henry Barber telegraph operator Adelaide, and Maria Barber spinster Sturt St, Adelaide 1877 Memorial 209/304

BARBER, Mary widow formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide linked with Samuel Barber saddler Adelaide and William Henry Barber telegraph operator Adelaide 1887 Memorials 45-46/385

BARBER, Michael labourer Hoyleton 1880 Memorial 50/322

No 1

BARBER, Richard police constable Pt Lincoln 1847 Memorial 41/10

No 2

BARBER, Richard farmer Macaw Creek 1858 Macaw Creek Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 161/138

No 3

BARBER, Richard farmer Hoyles Plains 1876 Memorial 191/287

BARBER, Richard farmer Lochiel 1887 Memorial 39/385

BARBER, Richard farmer Snowtown. Hundred of Ninnes land grants 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

BARBER, Richard farmer Hundred of Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

No 1

BARBER, Samuel brickmaker Gawler 1847[-1857] Memorial 52/10

BARBER, Samuel brickmaker Willaston 1858[-1860] Memorial 147/134

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1; perhaps the Elder and Younger involved

BARBER, Samuel brickmaker Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 31 County Adelaide

BARBER, Samuel farmer Gawler 1852[-1857] Memorial 25/42.

BARBER, Samuel farmer Lyndoch Valley Road Gawler 1856 Memorial 17/95

BARBER, Samuel farmer Spring Hill near Gawler 1856 Memorial 71/113

BARBER, Samuel brickmaker Gawler 1857 Memorial 165/181

BARBER, Samuel brickmaker formerly of Spring Hill near Gawler but now of Gawler 1858 Memorial 199/147

ARBER, Samuel farmer Spring Hill near Gawler, died 17/3/1861 Memorial 244/296

He left his entire estate to Mary Barber his wife Memorial 303/172

BARBER, Samuel farmer near Gawler, died 17/3/1861. His widow, Mary Barber, retired to First Ave, College Park Application 23907

BARBER, Samuel farmer formerly of Spring Hill near Gawler late of Willaston, died 17/3/1861 Mt Remarkable. He left his estate in trust to the Reverend William Henry COOMBS Clerk in Holy Orders Gawler and Samuel POPE farmer near Gawler, to provide his widow, Mary Barber, with the income of the estate for the maintenance of his infant children until the youngest child turns 21. Then the exectutors and trustees had to sell the estate and give the widow (if she had not remarried) and the children an equal share of the proceeds absolutely in remainder expectant Application 22905

No 1

BARBER, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 446/54

BARBER, Thomas carpenter and builder Adelaide (Grote St). Father of Emma MELVILLE wife of Henry Dudley Melville of HM Customs no address 1864 Memorial 261/199

No 2

BARBER, Thomas farmer Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 367/95

BARBER, Thomas farmer Para Wirra. Hundred of Para Wirra land grant 1860 Grant Book 1 Page 188 County Adelaide

BARBER, Thomas farmer Chain of Ponds 1862 Memorial 20/182

No 1

BARBER, Thomas farmer Baker Range Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 132 County Robe

No 1

BARBER, William mate of the Gundagai Goolwa 1857 Memorial 182/131

BARBER, William master mariner Goolwa 1865 Application 6089.

BARBER, William ship owner Goolwa 1867[-1868] Memorial 1/227

Goolwa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1868 Memorial 195/234

BARBER, William captain and owner of steamers and barges Goolwa 1869 Memorial 12/240

BARBER, William master mariner Goolwa and Elizabeth Barber his wife 1879[-1882] Memorial 36/319

No 2

BARBER, William farmer near Black Springs near Kooringa Co Stanley. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

BARBER, William farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 626 County Frome

No 3

BARBER, William Colonel in HM Service North Adelaide 1877 Application 15690

No 1

BARBOUR, Alexander sawyer Kapunda 1851 Memorial 150/34.

BARBOUR, Alexander sawyer formerly of Kapunda but now of Dunedin, New Zealand 1863 Application 4622

BARCKOW, Johanne Christine Bernedine spinster Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1856[-1858] Memorial 119/95

No 1

BARCLAY, Alfred and Theophilus blacksmiths Kingston S-E 1900[-1905] Memorial 70/441

BARCLAY, Alfred blacksmith Kingston S-E 1909 Memorial 188/460

BARCLAY, Arthur Johnston stationer Magill 1891 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 22095

No 1

BARCLAY, George merchant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 52/212

No 2

BARCLAY, George agent Adelaide 1857 Glen Osmond Silver Lead Mining Co trustee Memorial 102/127

No 3

BARCLAY, George JP Eden Twofold Bay NSW happened to be at Victoria Creek Hundred of Barossa in 1860 Memorial 63/169

BARCLAY, Hannibal of Houghton 1850 Memorial 408/22

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARCLAY, Henry Davidson formerly of Sandhurst Vic but now sojourning in Adelaide son of Robert Barclay Esquire 2 Abchurch Lane, London, Middlesex, England 1859 Memorial 164/149

BARCLAY, Henry Davidson gentleman Angorigena. Links with the North Star Inn near Wheal Blinman 1863 Memorial 93/188

BARCLAY, Henry Vere gentleman formerly of 17 Crescent Grove, Clapham Common, Surrey, England but now of Adelaide 1899 Memorial 166/439

No 1

BARCLAY, James gentleman near the Murray River probably took over the inn at Poltalloch Station 1849 Memorial 18/16

BARCLAY, James licensed victualler Wellington on the Murray River became a bankrupt 1850 Memorial 415/24

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BARCLAY, James seaman Goolwa. Goolwa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1868 Memorial 195/234

BARCLAY, James master mariner Goolwa 1869[-1908] Memorial 43/303

No 3

BARCLAY, James storekeeper Millbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 369 County Daly

BARCLAY, James storekeeper Pt Broughton. Trustee Cemetery Pt Broughton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 267 County Daly

BARCLAY, James newspaper proprietor Lameroo. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 37 County Chandos

BARCLAY, James Copeland bootmaker Kooringa 1859[-1863] Memorials 77/155 & 177/192

No 1

BARCLAY, John master mariner Murray River 1857 Memorial 32/128

BARCLAY, John master mariner Goolwa 1865 Application 608

BARCLAY, John formerly master mariner Goolwa but now miller Chain of Ponds 1866 Memorial 86/217

BARCLAY, John miller Chain of Ponds 1866 Memorial 249/222

BARCLAY, John miller Millbrook 1868 Memorial 179/228

BARCLAY, John storekeeper Millbrook Co Adelaide. Broughton [later Redhill] township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 494 County Daly

BARCLAY, John farmer Broughton Extension. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Keilli 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

BARCLAY, John farmer Keilli. Trustee Cemetery perhaps Keilli 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

BARCLAY, John storekeeper Millbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 375 County Daly

No 2

BARCLAY, John of Pt Broughton 1888 Memorial 174/390

No 3

BARCLAY, John labourer Penola and Georgina Barclay his wife 1882[-1887] Memorial 108/343, Application 21221

No 4

BARCLAY, John of Hamley Bridge, Clerk of the District Council of Alma Plains 1926 Application 27436

No 1

BARCLAY, John James tailor Adelaide 1838 Application 14333

BARCLAY, John James master tailor Adelaide (Rundle St)1847[-1848] Memorial 471/8

Of Glenelg [His home probably in Adelphi Tce] 1847 Memorial 169/11

Tailor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 437/50

BARCLAY, John James Esquire Glenelg 1854[-1863] Memorial 224/76

BARCLAY, John James clothier Adelaide 1861 Memorial 324/171

BARCLAY, John James gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1856 but now of Melbourne Vic 1861 Application 2561.

BARCLAY, John James formerly tailor and draper Adelaide 1862 now gentleman Adelaide 1864 Application 5201

BARCLAY, John James tailor Adelaide 1866 Application 7451

BARCLAY, John James draper Adelaide (Rundle St) died c1867 (Will made in 1853). He left his entire estate to his wife, Rebecca Barclay Application 17811

BARCLAY, John Young agent and broker Adelaide 1873 Memorial 50/269

BARCLAY, JT of Corny Point, Yorke Peninsula 1888 Memorial 197/393

BARCLAY, Martha Coulston spinster Pt Broughton April 1887 Memorial 28/385

Spinster Mundoora 1887 Memorial 29/385

BARCLAY, Rebecca widow Glenelg 1867 Memorial 35/237

BARCLAY, Robert Esquire 2 Abchurch Lane, London, Middlesex, transferring his land in the Currency Creek Special Survey to his son, Henry Davison Barclay Sandhurst, Vic, ‘out of natural love and affection’ 13/8/1858 Deposit 55/1859

BARCLAY, William Younghusband farmer Pt Broughton 1887 Memorial 26/385

BARDEN, George labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 225/10

No 1

BARDEN, John farmer Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 385/80

BARDEN, John farmer Gawler Plains 1861 Memorial 50/173

BARDEN, John of Gawler. Father of Agatha Barden, Hannah Barden, Mary Ann Barden, Susan Barden and Eliza Ann Barden Memorial 180/248

BARDEN, John died 10/6/1866 Gawler Plains intestate. Family surviving by 1881 included; Agatha THOMPSON wife of Henry William Thompson engineer Wallaroo; Hannah BARKER wife of David Barker blacksmith Hammond; Mary Ann FIELD wife of Manassah Field carpenter Gawler; Susan LAWRENCE wife of William Arthur Lawrence cabinetmaker Brompton; Eliza Ann WATERS wife of Joseph Waters lance corporal of police Morgan Memorial 133/337

BARDEN, Joseph farmer Dry Creek 1855[-1862] Memorial 384/80

BARDEN, R farmer Lower North Road 1880 Application 18194

BARDOLPH, Kenneth Edward Joseph MLC South Tce, Adelaide 1948 Application 28584

No 1

BARFIELD, William labourer Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 274/54

BARFIELD, William labourer Hindmarsh 1853 Hundred of Munno Para land purchase Memorial 221/46

BARFIELD, William farmer Gawler Plains 1882 Application 18987

No 1

BARFORD, John Richard timber merchant Adelaide 1849 Memorial 25/18

BARFORD, John Richard gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 435/49

BARHAM, George mason Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 242/184

No 1

BARHAM, Jabez baker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 205/43

BARHAM, Jabez farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of the Pine Forest 1856 Memorial 129/101

BARHAM, James farmer The Meadows 1858 Memorial 335/134

BARK, Herman gardener Mt Lofty 1866 Memorial 261/209

BARKE, Robert of Golden Grove 1894 Memorial 104/423

BARKELL, Edward licensed victualler North Adelaide and Mary Jane Barkell his wife took over the Colonel Light Hotel, Currie St, Adelaide in 1898 Memorial 53/438

No 1

BARKER, Alfred stockholder Yankalilla 1845 Memorial 223/6

BARKER, Alfred formerly yeoman Yankalilla but now licensed victualler Kooringa 1853 Memorial 236/57

BARKER, Alfred formerly gentleman St John's Wood, Middlesex, England now licensed victualler Kooringa 1851. Linked with John Barker auctioneer Adelaide 1900 Application 24085

BARKER, Alfred publican Kooringa 1851[-1856] Memorial 324/31

BARKER, Alfred gentleman Baldina and Priscilla Barker his wife 1862 Memorial 63/311

BARKER, Alfred sheep farmer Baldina 1862 Memorial 55/186

BARKER, Alfred stockholder Baldina 1872 Memorial 192/263

BARKER, Alfred gentleman St Johns Woood 1874 Memorial 140/273

BARKER, Alfred gentleman St Johns Wood, died 1880. Husband of Priscilla Barker and father of John Barker auctioneer Adelaide Memorial 190/360

BARKER, Priscilla widow St John Wood 1885 Memorial 105/363

No 1

BARKER, Charles Frederick gentleman North Tce, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 272/34.

BARKER, Charles Frederick gentleman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Hobart VDL 1852 Memorial 205/45

BARKER, Charles James sawyer Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 168/35

No 1

BARKER, Daniel banker Willunga 1868[-1869] Memorial 37/236

BARKER, Daniel bank manager Quorn 1882 Memorial 35/338

BARKER, Daniel gentleman Adelaide, about to leave SA, power of attorney to William LISTON gentleman Kapunda and Dudley WOODFORDE accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 19/3/1886 Deposit 78/1886

No 1

BARKER, David blacksmith Hammond 1881 Memorial 133/337

BARKER, David blacksmith Hammond Hammond township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 735 County Frome

BARKER, David machinist Hammond 1887[-1892] Memorial 204/383

BARKER, Ebenezer no description and Isabella Mary Barker spinster both of Curramulka 1892 Memorial 146/415

No 1

BARKER, Edward farmer Little Para. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 26 County Adelaide

BARKER, Edward farmer Little Para 1854[-1857] Memorial 21/71

BARKER, Elisha gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 4/29

BARKER, Ellen Elizabeth widow 8 Diamond Place, Alberton, aged 62 in 1951, declared that she had lived at the same address for her entire life Application 28828

No 1

BARKER, Emma Ann widow Kapunda 1858 Memorial 77/143

BARKER, Emma Ann widow Kapunda mother of John Thomas Barker and Henry Bailley Barker both of Kapunda 1868 Memorial 6/231

BARKER, Estella Mary spinster Curramulka. Ebenezer Jesse Barker mentioned but not described 1892 Memorial 146/415

BARKER, Evan agent Adelaide 1880[-1885] Memorial 90/323

No 1 - probably a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BARKER, Henry Bailey clerk to Mr HUGGINS solicitor Kapunda 1865 Memorial 1/201

BARKER, HB clerk to Messrs HUGGINS & BENHAM solicitors Kapunda 1865[-1867] Memorial 116/207

BARKER, Henry Bailey and John Thomas Barker sons of Emma Ann Barker widow all of Kapunda 1868 Memorial 6/231

BARKER, Henry clerk Kapunda 1888 Memorial 176/389

BARKER, Henry B clerk Kapunda 1903[-1909] Memorial 57/449

BARKER, Henry B clerk Kapunda linked with Rita Barker spinster Kapunda 1937 Memorial 185/510

No 1

BARKER, Henry Paul butcher Pt Wakefield 1920 Memorial 8/480

BARKER, Henry Paul butcher formerly of Pt Wakefield but now of the Semaphore 1922 Application 27113

No 1

BARKER, James miller Goolwa 1873 Memorial 113/269

No 2

BARKER, James farmer Julia Creek purchased land grants in the Hundred of Pekina 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 169 County Dalhousie

BARKER, James farmer Pekina 1902 Grant Book 13 Page 173 County Dalhousie

No 3

BARKER, James gentleman Bourke St, Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to his agent Henry THURMAN gentleman Adelaide, to borrow money to increase his holdings in SA 16/4/1884 Deposit 41/1885

No 1

BARKER, John miller Pt Elliot 1876 Application 14846

BARKER, John miller Louisville (near Pt Elliot-Middleton?) 1883 Application 25976

BARKER, John miller Louisville near Pt Elliot 1889 Memorial 89/400

BARKER, John formerly miller but then out of business Pt Elliot, died 24/7/1920. Father of Ida Amelia ELFINBEIN, Charles Frederick Barker and Isadora Rosa SWIFT Memorial 160/481

No 2

BARKER, John licensed victualler Adelaide took out a lease of an unnamed hotel in Pt Augusta 1879 Memorial 226/317

BARKER, John formerly brewer and aerated water manufacturer in partnership with William Tardrew Barker, but now licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1888 Memorial 57/395

No 3

BARKER, John auctioneer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 18/345

BARKER, John cattle salesman Adelaide 1889 Memorial 171/399

BARKER, John stock and station agent Adelaide 1901 Memorial 74/443

BARKER, John auctioneer Adelaide. Trustee St Paul's Adelaide 1909 Memorial 235/461

BARKER, John auctioneer and stock and station agent 61-63 Currie St, Adelaide and Alphard Prospect North 1907[-1910] Memorial 222/457

BARKER, John auctioneer Adelaide 1905, died 21/5/1925 Prospect. Father of Alfred Edward Barker, Eleanor Kate Barker spinster Prospect and Priscilla Mary Barker. Alfred Edward Barker commission agent Adelaide, died 25/6/1925 North Adelaide. Husband of Ethel Salome Barker Memorials 116 & 117/500

No 4

BARKER, John farmer Penang 1887 Memorial 119/384

BARKER, John J clerk Kapunda 1869 Memorial 93/238

No 1

BARKER, Joseph farmer Templers Hundred of Alma land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 100 County Gawler

BARKER, Joseph farmer Hamley Bridge Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 225 County Gawler

BARKER, Louis merchant Adelaide (2 Currie St) 1873 Memorial 122/268

BARKER, Mary Young spinster Baldina 1901 Memorial 49/443

BARKER, Philip Thomas driver Smithfield 1950 Memorial 11/525

BARKER, Reuben Frank grazier formerly of Salisbury (1919-1959) but now of Sampson Flat, aged 61 in 1965 Application 29658

No 1

BARKER, Richard the Younger mining captain North Rhine Mine 1861. Probably a son of Richard Barker the Elder iron ore proprietor Woodbank St John Beckermont, Cumberland, England, a director of the Preamimma Mine in SA. R Barker the Younger was a shareholder in the old Preamimma Mine, along with William Bower DAWES, Alfred, John and Richard HALLETT merchants London, and John BECK. These people had shares in the new Company. John Boord had to oversee the transfer of land to the new company. Alfred Hallett and John Boord were the SA Directors. There seemed to be John Boord the Elder and Younger Application 9734

BARKER, Richard mining engineer Callington Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 143 County Sturt

BARKER, Richard mining agent Callington, power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON land agent Adelaide to manage his SA estates 12/4/1871. By 3/8/1882, he was of Liverpool, Lancs, England, re-appointing GW Cotton as his attorney Deposit 41/1885

No 1

BARKER, Samuel farmer Section 478 on the Torrens River 1853 Memorial 116/50

BARKER, Samuel farmer Walkerville 1859 Memorial 29/175

BARKER, Samuel farmer Walkerville 1862 Application 3291

No 1

BARKER, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1853 Memorial 460/66

No 2

BARKER, Thomas shepherd Rapid Bay 1864 Application 4913

No 3

BARKER, Thomas farmer near Williamstown 1878 Application 16886

No 4

BARKER, Thomas farmer Balaklava 1883 Memorial 22/356

No 5

BARKER, Thomas farmer Pt Broughton trustee Institute Pt Broughton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

No 6

BARKER, Thomas farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 219 County Daly

BARKER, Thomas Henry butcher Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 200/177

No 1

BARKER, William shoemaker Mt Barker. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 349 Book 27

BARKER, William bootmaker Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 47/34.

BARKER, William gentleman formerly of Mt Barker but now of Gawler 1861 Memorial 240/170

BARKER, William draper Gawler 1856[-1871] Memorial 179/101, Application 3188

BARKER, William gentleman Mt Crawford. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1857 Grant Book 1 Page 47 County Adelaide

BARKER, William gentleman formerly of Gawler but now of Mt Crawford 1858[-1859] Memorial 7/139

BARKER, William gentleman Lyndoch Valley 1857 Memorial 260/116

BARKER, William gentleman Riversford near Gawler. Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1862 Grant Book 27 Page 263 County Gawler

BARKER, Willliam draper Riversford near Gawler 1863 Memorial 232/190

BARKER, William gentleman formerly of Gawler but now of Riversford near Gawler 1864 Memorial 16/200

BARKER, William gentleman formerly of the Gawler Hills but now of Mt Barker 1881 Memorial 81/329

BARKER, William storekeeper Mt Barker, left the partnership known as RA TARLTON & Co, the Coralbignie Run. Other partners included The Hon Robert Alfred TARLTON MLC Adelaide, George WILLS merchant London, England; James COUNSELL merchant Adelaide; Charles RIESCHBIETH merchant Adelaide. The partners paid him out £10,000 15/5/1882. Partnership began 5/1/1880 Deposits 52&53/1887

No 2

BARKER, William labourer Tea Tree Gully and Mary Barker his wife 1873 Memorial 108/280

BARKER, William labourer formerly of Tea Tree Gully but now of Crystal Brook 1879 Memorial 167/316

No 3

BARKER, William labourer White St, Walkerville 1893 Application 22591

No 1

BARKER, William Pitt stockholder Glenforslan 1876[-1882] Memorials 146/294 & 159/338

BARKER, William Pitt sheep farmer Glenforslan Murray River 1877 Memorial 216/298

BARKER, William Pitt sheep farmer Baldina 1881[-1889] Memorial 54/334

BARKER, William Pitt sheep farmer near Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 9 County Burra

BARKER, William Pitt grazier Baldina 1886 Memorial 232/376

BARKER, William Pitt sheepfarmer Baldina and Jane Barker his wife 1897 Memorial 130/433

BARKER, William Pitt sheepfarmer Kooringa. St Mary's Anglican Church trustee 1905 Memorial 8/454

BARKER, William Ralph Russell gentleman Adelaide 1888 Application 21450

BARKEY, E of Greenock Creek 1857 Memorial 34/129

BARKITT, William Christopher & Co of Adelaide 1878 Memorial 13/307

No 1 - AP Barkla

BARKLA, Abraham draper's assistant Kapunda 1870 Application 11089

BARKLA, Abraham Prout draper Kapunda, died c1874. Son of William Barkla. Husband of Maria Barkla. Surviving children in 1908, included WE Percy Barkla fitter Islington, Stanley Barkla clerk Largs Bay, Ella GORDON married woman North Adelaide, Minnie NEILL married woman Largs Bay Application 25511

BARKLA, Abraham Prout mining agent Kapunda. Will proved 10/12/1874. Executors William Samuel Moore teacher Adelaide and John William CASTINE storekeeper Auburn, released from further duties in regard to the will undated 1875 Deposit 17/1882

BARKLA, Maria widow Pt Adelaide, relict of Abraham Prout Barkla deceased 1882 Application 19375.

BARKLA, FH and WS farmers Rosehill Auburn 1879 Memorial 159/433

BARKLA, Frank caterer Gawler 1919, brother to William Sandry Barkla farmer Pine Creek near Auburn, who died 3/6/1887 of asthma and heart disease, aged 58 Application 26741

No 1

BARKLA, James captain Moonta Mines 1886 Memorial 144/377

BARKLA, James miner Moonta Mines 1890 Memorial 117/403

BARKLA, R of Westward Ho 1888 Memorial 93/392

BARKLA, Richard mine manager New Luxemburg 1889 Memorial 108/396

BARKLA, W of Westward Ho 1888 Memorial 94/392

No 1

BARKLA, William of Kapunda 1857 Memorial 137/122

BARKLA, William of Kapunda, died c1874. Eldest son called William Sandury Barkla. Other children included - John Barkla, Clara Gertrude Barkla, Abram Prout Barkla, and Francis Henry Barkla. Mrs Priscilla PETERS to be allowed to live in the two back rooms of the Barkla home in Kapunda for the rest of her life, or until her remarriage, and to receive 3/- a week Memorial 68/278

No 2

BARKLA, William formerly mining agent Kapunda 1858 but now farmer Rose Hill near Auburn 1869 Application 9903.

BARKLA, William farmer Pine Creek nr Auburn, died 3/6/1887, of asthma and heart disease, aged 58 Memorial 84/475

BARLAS, Daniel gentleman Cawder near Pt Elliot, died c1866. He left bequests to Margaret BOWMAN nee KNIGHT wife of Alexander Bowman of Cawder near Pt Elliot, Alexander Bowman, Elizabeth Bowman nee PATTERSON wife of William Bowman of the Middleton Mills, George Septimus REID of Pt Victor, the testator's brother, James Barlas of 12 Newtown Tce, Glasgow, Scotland, and his sisters, Janet Harvey Barlas, Catherine McFarlane Barlas, Mary Barlas, and Elizabeth Margaret Barlas all of Glasgow, Scotland. The residue of his estate to his mother, Catherine Barlas nee MCFARLANE, and her heirs Memorial 67/242

No 1

BARLAS, James medical doctor Penola 1868 Application 9506

BARLAS, James surgeon Penola and Sophia Barlas his wife. Isabella Barlas his sister. Elenore Frances MOUNT perhaps his sister or else a good friend 1869 Memorial 121/299

BARLEYMAN, Sarah widow Chapel St, Thebarton 1915 Application 26454

BARLOW, Ebenezer and James Archibald MCGAVISK of Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Thomas Barlow & Sons 1912 Memorial 139/467

BARLOW, Francis Thornhill storekeeper Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 110 County Newcastle

BARLOW, George, Joseph and Thomas coachbuilders Adelaide 1859 Memorial 337/159

BARLOW, Henry blacksmith Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 135/29

BARLOW, James civil engineer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 169/28

BARLOW, RA police constable Semaphore 1918 Memorial 51/477

BARLOW, Robert of Mallala 1878 Memorial 147/310

No 1 - probably the Elder

BARLOW, Thomas coach builder Adelaide 1857 Application 3495

No 2 - the Younger

BARLOW, Thomas Junr currier Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1861 Application 2268

BARLOW, Thomas currier Stepney 1862 Application 3641.

BARLOW, Thomas currier Stepney 1871 Memorial 34/251

BARLOW, Thomas currier Magill Rd, Stepney 1875 Application 14084.

BARLOW, Thomas gentleman Stepney 1887 Application 21153.

No 1

BARLOW, William labourer Yankalilla 1858[-1866] Memorial 325/132

BARLOW, William labourer formerly of Yankalilla 1866 but now of Moonta Mines 1874 Application 13777

No 2

BARLOW, William solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1873 Memorial 33/265

BARLOW, William solicitor Adelaide 1880[-1882] Memorial 229/326

BARLOW, William barrister Adelaide 1873[-1881] Memorial 94/268

BARLOW, William solicitor Adelaide (Victoria Square West) 1883 Memorial 138/350

BARLOW, William solicitor Adelaide (Morialta Chambers, Victoria Square West) 1885 Memorial 191/363

No 3

BARLOW, William mining agent Northern Territory of SA 1874 Memorial 43/282

BARLOW, William mining engineer Norwood 1897 Memorial 206/431

No 4

BARLOW, William of Pt Adelaide, Manager for WOOD Son & Co 1902 Application 24482

BARMANN, Gottfried linked with Section 303 Hundred of Moorooroo 1852 Memorial 358/44

BARMIGAN, Lawrence farmer Rice Creek near Chinkford 1872 Memorial 230/259

BARNARD, Catherine widow Sheaoak Log 1862 Memorial 255/186

BARNARD, Charles Stodden butcher Adelaide Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 339 County Gawler

No 1

BARNARD, George merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 251/54

BARNARD, George residing at the Union Hotel, Fryer's Creek, at the junction of the Loddon River Vic, died c1855. He left his entire estate to Esther Barnard residing in Adelaide Memorial 121/88

BARNARD, Esther widow Adelaide, relict of the late George Barnard merchant Adelaide. She inherited his whole estate in his will 1856 Memorial 349/106

No 1

BARNARD, George Hutton gentleman North Adelaide 1839 Memorial 295/1, Application 19944

BARNARD, George Hutton gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 223/41

Esquire Walkerville 1861 Memorial 227/175

BARNARD, George Hutton Esquire Walkerville, his daughter Kate Maria Barnard and son George Lloyd Barnard 1867 Memorial 144/224

No 1

BARNARD, George Lloyd vigneron Walkerville 1877[-1882] Memorial 87/304

BARNARD, George L oil manufacturer Walkerville 1883[-1885] Memorial 7/355, Application 20538

BARNARD, Herbert George draper and furnisher Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide 1929 Memorial 81/502

No 1

BARNARD, John Ewing Esquire Adelaide 1840 Memorial 224/1

BARNARD, John Ewing Gawler Place, Adelaide 1846 Memorial 51/7

Clerk to Matthew SMITH solicitor Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1847 Memorial 204/87

Of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1848 Memorial 35/12

BARNARD, Louis auctioneer formerly of Adelaide 1862 but now of Melbourne Vic and Sarah Henrietta Barnard nee LEE his wife 1863 Application 4200

BARNARD, Mark Bernard Esquire Roberts Art Gallery 729 Yonge St, Toronto, Canada had business interests in SA 1915 Memorial 151/472

BARNARD, Robert of Adelaide and Catherine Barnard his wife 1869 Memorial 56/300

No 1

BARNARD, Simeon auctioneer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 14 County Dalhousie

BARNARD, Simeon auctioneer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 248/303

BARNARD, Simeon auctioneer Adelaide (Currie St) 1880 Memorial 53/327

BARNARD, S & Co auctioneers, valuators and stock and station agents Adelaide (Royal Horse Bazaar) 1881 Memorial 158/371

BARNARD, Simeon auctioneer Adelaide 1884 Application 20273

No 1

BARNARD, Thomas Bond gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 425/20

BARNARD, Thomas Bond gentleman Adelaide (King William St) 1854[-1855] Memorial 490/66

No 1

BARNARD, William gentleman Sheaoak Log. Sheaoak Log Public School trustee 1856 Memorial 287/110

BARNARD, William storekeeper Sheaoak Log 1858[-1860] Memorial 250/146

BARNARD, William storekeeper Sheaoak Log, died c1860. He left his whole estate to his wife, Catherine Barnard formerly Catherine PROBERT, of Builth Co Brecon, Wales Memorial 211/170

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARNDEN, Edward labourer Kapunda 1874 Application 13378.

BARNDEN, Edward farmer Hundred of Everard 1883 Memorial 137/368

No 1

BARNDEN, George William farmer Hundred of Tickera 1888[-1903] Memorial 185/391

BARNDEN, G William poundkeeper Wallaroo 1900 Memorial 218/439

BARNDEN, George William poundkeeper Wallaroo. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 217 County Daly

BARNDEN, Henry shoemaker Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

No 1

BARNDEN, James of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 204/23

BARNDEN, James shoemaker SA 1851 Memorial 100/38.

BARNDEN, James shoemaker Kapunda 1854[-1857] Memorial 80/77

No 1

BARNDEN, James H of North Kapunda 1857 Memorial 221/126

BARNDEN, James Henry shoemaker Kapunda 1860 Memorial 67/173

Bible Christian Chapel Kapunda trustee 1860 Enrolment 221/126

BARNDEN, James Henry shoemaker Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

BARNDEN, Joseph farmer Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 384/80

No 1

BARNDEN, Josiah farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

BARNDEN, Josiah farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

BARNE, Richard draper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 481/88

No 1

BARNES, Alfred livery stable keeper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 239/58

BARNES, Alfred farmer The Sturt 1856 Memorial 325/112

BARNES, Alfred farmer near the Morphett Arms Hotel, Glenelg 1865[-1874] Memorial 317/202

BARNES, Alfred farmer New Glenelg Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 73 County Fergusson

BARNES, Alfred farmer Brighton Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

BARNES, Alfred Edward driver Queenstown and Ethel Maud Barnes his wife 1913 Application 26229

No 1

BARNES, AJ (10 years Chief Draughtsman and Managing Clerk to HM ADDISON) & BELLINGHAM, George HJ (for several years with Messrs GREEN & Co, then surveyor to Messrs W WADHAM & Co) licensed surveyors and brokers Adelaide 1883 Application 19841

BARNES, AJ of Adelaide secretary to the Una Ruby Company Ltd of Adelaide 1887 Memorial 75/389

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARNES, Benjamin of Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 496/58

BARNES, Benjamin farmer Hundred of Winninowie 1886 Memorial 227/379

BARNES, Charles brewer Kent Town and Emma Barnes his wife 1881 Application 18684

No 1

BARNES, DW gardener Payneham linked with Thomas Albert Barnes gardener Glynde 1874 Memorial 68/277

BARNES, David West and Thomas Albert gardeners Glynde, probably some relation to Emma Barnes of Payneham. Probably also some family link with the late George RATLEY of Glynde 1874 Application 13889

BARNES, David West market gardener Glynde 1879 Memorial 148/315

No 1

BARNES, Edward labourer Pt Adelaide 1851[-1876] Memorial 204/28

BARNES, Edward contractor Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 99/73

BARNES, Edward of Pt Adelaide and Ann Barnes his wife, sister to William Walter MASON of New Zealand 1858 Memorial 113/395

BARNES, Edward labourer Pt Adelaide 1884 . Father of Mary Ann HILL wife of Thomas William Hill carrier Glanville Application 20386

BARNES, Mary Ann widow Queenstown 1893 Widow of the late Edward Barnes labourer Queenstown Application 22516

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

BARNES, Edward carter Queenstown 1856 Memorial 170/97

No 3

BARNES, Edward and Joseph tanners Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 374/97

BARNES, Edward and Joseph curriers Bowden 1860 Memorial 232/162

BARNES, Edward currier Bowden 1857 Memorial 273/128

No 4 – perhaps a continuation of No 3

BARNES, Edward farmer Sutton Farm The Meadows. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859[-1861] Grant Book 1 Page 302 County Adelaide

BARNES, Edward John blacksmith Queenstown 1884 Application 20386

BARNES, Francis George farmer North Rhine Hundred of Bagot land grant 1876 Grant Book 17 Page 231 County Eyre

No 1

BARNES, Frederick clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 234/323

No 2

BARNES, Frederick farmer Colton Hundred of Colton land grant 1897 Grant Book 48 Page 79 County Musgrave

No 1

BARNES, Frederick Alfred farmer Mambray Creek Baroota and Mary Jane Barnes his wife 1885 Memorial 146/370

BARNES, Frederic Alfred farmer Hamilton on the Light 1910 Application 25810

No 1

BARNES, Frederick Harry and Torrington Charles farmers Richmond 1881[-1882] Memorial 142/334

BARNES, Frederick Harry farmer Plympton 1887 Memorial 142/386

BARNES, Frederick Harry Clerk of the District Council of Upper Wakefield Auburn 1924 Application 27225

BARNES, Frederick William the Younger clerk to Arthur HARDY & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1878 Memorial 204/311

BARNES, George shepherd Bungaree 1870 Application 10696

No 1

BARNES, Henry labourer Adelaide mid-1838 labourer Pt Adelaide late 1838

Application 487

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BARNES, Henry licensed victualler Glanville 1876 Memorial 177/296

BARNES, Henry publican Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 141/330

No 3

BARNES, Henry shoemaker Saddleworth 1869 Application 10157

No 4

BARNES, Henry shepherd Wirraraba Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 522 County Frome

No 5

BARNES, Henry clerk to Messrs DEMPSTER, WEBB & DEMPSTER solicitors Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 105/366

No 1

BARNES, Henry Thomas merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 136 County Dalhousie

BARNES, Charlotte widow Barton Tce North Adelaide [Mrs Henry Thomas Barnes nee Charlotte DOSWELL] Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 11 County Newcastle

BARNES, Henry William insurance agent Rosslyn Park Magill 1919 Application 26752

BARNES, HH of Kooringa 1923 Memorial 179/487

BARNES, J tram driver Kensington 1894 Application 22735

No 1

BARNES, James labourer Gawler 1852[-1874] Memorial 70/40.

BARNES, James yeoman Gawler 1852[-1857] Memorial 481/40.

BARNES, James carpenter Gawler 1857 Memorial 95/129

No 2

BARNES, James farmer Aldinga Plains 1854 Memorial 100/65

BARNES, James farmer Aldinga 1872 Memorial 174/264

No 3

BARNES, James farmer formerly of Willunga but then of Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 137 County Fergusson

BARNES, James farmer Willunga Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

BARNES, James and William farmers Mt Rat trustees Wesleyan Methodist Church Mt Rat Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 312 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps JT Barnes

BARNES, John labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 339/46

BARNES, John farmer Hamilton on the Light 1858 Memorial 350/144

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of the previous entry

BARNES, John Thomas farmer Hamilton on the Light 1857[-1870] Memorial 245/127

BARNES, John Thomas farmer Hamilton on the Light, died 6/2/1874. His widow, Mary Barnes, died 20/11/1908. His son, Thomas Barnes, died c September 1875 intestate and a bachelor. The testator's surviving sons, John and William Henry Barnes labourers Adelaide 1909 Memorial 1/461

No 1

BARNES, JH storekeeper Bute 1900 Memorial 183/447

BARNES, John Henry general commercial agent Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 399 County Daly

BARNES, John Henry commission agent Bute trustee Institute Bute 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 400 County Daly

No 2

BARNES, John Henry formerly out of business Adelaide but now publican General Bolivar Hotel Burton 1902 Memorial 154/446

BARNES, John William farmer Clements Gap.Trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

No 1

BARNES, Joseph currier Hindmarsh 1852[-1853] Memorial 359/41.

BARNES, Joseph yeoman Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 197/47

BARNES, Joseph currier Brompton 1868 Memorial 67/233

BARNES, Joseph gardener South Richmond 1874[-1879] Memorial 9/276, Application 17405

No 2

BARNES, Joseph butcher Truro 1867 Application 8368

No 3

BARNES, Joseph of King William St, Adelaide 1869 Application 10242

No 4

BARNES, Joseph out of business Thebarton 1873 Application 1257

No 1

BARNES, Philip of Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 154/43

BARNES, Philip formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Maryborough Vic 1855 Memorial 405/92

No 1

BARNES, Richard licensed land broker Adelaide 1868 Memorial 83/234

BARNES, Sarah Mary nee WARD widow Adelaide relict of the late Richard Barnes and sister to William James Thomas Ward gentleman Adelaide 1869 Memorial 53/243

BARNES, Samuel cooper Evandale near Keyneton 1861 Application 2518

BARNES, Sarah [Mrs AJ] married woman Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1912[-1913] Grant Book 14 Page 287 County Daly

No 1

BARNES, Thomas grocer Adelaide 1845[-1847] Memorial 455/5

No 2 - perhaps the same person

BARNES, Thomas farmer Magill 1854 Memorial 136/72

BARNES, Thomas of Magill clerk to the Burnside District Council 1875[-1876] Memorial 36/281

No 3

BARNES, Thomas labourer Queenstown 1880 Application 18213

No 4

BARNES, Thomas farmer Oaklands Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

No 5

BARNES, Thomas fruiterer Norwood 1891 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 22095

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARNES, Thomas Albert gardener Glynde 1874 Memorial 68/277

BARNES, Thomas Albert and BARNES, David West gardeners Glynde 1874 Application 13822

BARNES, Thomas Francis of Grace Plains Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 347 County Gawler

No 1

BARNES, Thomas West labourer Alberton 1849 Memorial 316/17 Engineer Alberton 1853 Memorial 115/46

BARNES, Thomas West labourer Hope Valley 1853 Memorial 288/52 Farmer Hope Valley 1854 Memorial 229/78

BARNES, Thomas West farmer Hundred of Yatala 1857 linked with William Edwin Barnes of Yatala, but at present in Melbourne Vic Memorial 47/130

BARNES, Thomas West farmer near Hope Valley 1866 Memorial 149/221

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARNES, William labourer Encounter Bay 1846 Memorial 180/7

BARNES, William butcher Pt Elliot father of William Robert Riley Barnes no description 1857 Memorial 169/120

No 2

BARNES, William labourer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854[-1857] Memorial 71/75

No 3

BARNES, William shoemaker Beverley. Beverley Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1866 Memorial 240/217

No 4

BARNES, William dealer New Queenstown Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 264 County Daly

BARNES, William dealer New Queenstown Co Adelaide. Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 254 County Fergusson

BARNES, William farmer Oaklands Yorke Peninsula. Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

No 5

BARNES, William of Colton trustee Public Cemetery Hundred of Colton land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 78 County Musgrave

No 6

BARNES, William storekeeper Magill 1887 Memorial 191/386

BARNES, William Alfred farmer Colton trustee Showgrounds Colton Hundred of Colton land grant 1894 Grant Book 48 Page 79 County Musgrave

No 1

BARNES, William Austin labourer Adelaide (Wright St) 1857 Memorial 91/117

BARNES, William Austin farmer Adelaide leased land in the Hundred of Goolwa 1862 Memorial 225/180

BARNES, William Edwin [formerly of the Hundred of Yatala (Hope Valley) but now] carter Melbourne Vic. He owned land near Adelaide 1866 Memorial 148/221

No 1

BARNES, William Robert licensed victualler Blinman North Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 165 County Taunton

BARNES, William Robert of Blinman 1889 Memorial 151/399

BARNES, William Roberts hotelkeeper Blinman trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Carr Hundred of Carr land grant 1894 Grant Book 59 Page 4 County Taunton

BARNET, EA of Mitcham 1866 Memorial 5/217

BARNET, Florence Louisa music teacher Gawler 1935 Memorial 47/509

BARNET, Henry C clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1878 Memorial 68/305

No 1

BARNET, William farmer Adelaide 1856 He bought Section 2229 Para Plains (106 ares), together with the public house built on the land, for £700 Memorial 81/106

BARNET, William sheep farmer Lass O'Gowrie Inn near Salisbury 1860 Memorial 310/163

BARNET, WG of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1882 Memorial 217/341

No 1

BARNETT, Arthur James and Charles Joseph farmers Curramulka 1882 Memorial 212/346

BARNETT, Arthur James farmer Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 440 County Fergusson

BARNETT, Benjamin labourer Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 274/54

No 1

BARNETT, Charles publican Thebarton 1851[-1855] Memorial 22/37.

BARNETT, Charles the Elder married Mary Ann nee SMITH (Father: Samuel Smith) - from Coventry, Co Warwick, England. They emigrated to SA aboard the ship Orleana, in 1840. Ann BEESLEY widow Thebarton 1873, also from Coventry, a friend of the Barnetts, also emigrated aboard the Orleana. Charles Barnett licensed victualler Golden Billet Nairne, died 1/3/1861. On 16/8/1864, his widow, Mary Ann Barnett remarried Chalmers Free Presbyterian Church, North Tce, Adelaide, to Alexander HUME clerk Nairne (Father Robert Hume) David JOHNS smelter Scott Creek and Jane REMPHRERY of Adelaide were the witnesses. Mary Ann Hume, wife of Alexander Hume clerk Thebarton, died 24/11/1867, of liver disease, aged 51. Charles Barnett the Younger licensed victualler Nairne was the eldest son of Charles and Mary Ann Barnett. Susannah BERRY nee Smith, wife of David Bray Berry of Auburn 1873, declared that she was a sister to Mary Ann BARNETT. Henry James ELBURN publican Adelaide, said 1873, that he had known the Barnett family for 18 years Application 13195

BARNETT, Charles the Elder innkeeper Thebarton, died 1/3/1861 Nairne. His widow, Mary Ann Barnett remarried to Alexander HUME clerk Thebarton. She died 24/11/1867, of liver disease, aged 51. Their eldest son, Charles Barnett the Younger was a publican at Kooringa in 1861. George FOREMAN gentleman Thebarton had known Charles Barnett since 1840 had gone to the Victorian gold diggings together in 1851 Application 23294

No 2

BARNETT, Charles farmer Wickham Hill. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1855 Memorial 20/185

BARNETT, Charles farmer Wickhham Hill Hundred of Kuitpo 1862 Application 3272

BARNETT, Charles farmer Wickham Hill near Kangarilla 1877 Memorial 55/302

BARNETT, Charles farmer Wickham Hill trustee; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1878 Application 16596

No 3 - perhaps the same person; the Younger

BARNETT, Charles licensed victualler Nairne 1859 Memorial 227/152

BARNETT, Charles and Charles Joseph farmers Curramulka 1885 Memorial 86/364

BARNETT, Charles the Younger licensed victualler Kadina the eldest son and heir at law 1908, declared that his father, Charles Barnett the Elder used to own Allotment 119 in Thebarton Application 25405

No 1

BARNETT, Charles Frederick and Frederick William Barnett graziers Kingston S-E 1924 Memorial 184/491

BARNETT, Charles Frederick grazier Reedy Creek S-E 1947, the son of Frederick William Barnett, who died 7/7/1926 Application 28524

BARNETT, Frederick John farmer Kingston S-E. Kingston Methodist Church trustee 1948 Memorial 41/523

No 1

BARNETT, Frederick William contractor Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1879 Grant Book 46 Page 7 County MacDonnell

BARNETT, Frederick William grazier Kingston S-E 1900[-1921] Memorial 210/441

BARNETT, Frederick William farmer Kingston S-E, died 7/7/1926. Husband of Annie Barnett. Father of George Burcher Barnett and Charles Frederick Barnett graziers Reedy Creek S-E and Ida Elizabeth Barnett no description Memorial 185/495

BARNETT, George contractor Kingston S-E 1885 Memorial 124/371

BARNETT, George Burcher grazier Reedy Creek S-E. Kingston S-E Methodist Church trustee 1948 Memorial 41/523

No 1

BARNETT, Henry chemist Pt Elliot 1858[-1864] Memorial 233/132 Mary Barnett his wife 1864 Memorial 28/195

BARNETT, Mary widow Pt Elliot relict of the late Henry Barnett formerly of Pt Elliot 1888 Memorial 148/390

BARNETT, Mary widow Pt Elliot, died 3/10/1893. Possibly sister to Bridget RICH wife of Alfred Franklin Rich. Aunt to Caroline HARKINS spinster Kent Town; links with Agnes O'Brien nee Rich, Fanny Rich and Emma Rich Memorial 161/494

BARNETT, Mary widow Pt Elliot, died 3/10/1893. Her estate worth £900. Bequests to her niece Caroline HARKINS, to Bridget RICH wife of Alfred Franklin Rich, to their daughters, Agnes O'BRIEN, Fanny Rich, and Emma Rich. By 1926, Caroline Harkins spinster, lived at 25 Victoria St, Parkside. Jane Harkins spinster Parkside lived at the same address Application 27451

No 2 - perhaps the same person

BARNETT, Henry gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to William POPE solicitor King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 29/3/1877 Deposit 72/1882.

BARNETT, Henry clerk Adelaide 1886 Application 20941

BARNETT, Henry William Ashby bootmaker Tea Tree Gully 1911 Application 25993

No 1

BARNETT, Isaac Thomas smelter Burra Burra Mines 1850 Memorial 476/26

BARNETT, Isaac Thomas bricklayer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 61/36 Bricklayer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 207/49

BARNETT, Isaac Thomas bricklayer formerly of Adelaide but now of Unley 1853 Memorial 266/57

BARNETT, Isaac Thomas bricklayer Kooringa 1854 Memorial 390/63

BARNETT, Isaac Thomas builder Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 222/73

BARNETT, Isaac Thomas builder Kent Town and Sophia Barnett his wife 1859[-1880] Memorial 2/154

BARNETT, Isaac Thomas builder Kent Town 1867[-1875] Memorial 18/220, Application 14632

BARNETT, Isaac Thomas builder formerly of the Burra Burra but now of Kent Town 1886 Memorial 158/376

BARNETT, Isaac Thomas formerly smelter Burra Burra but now gentleman Norwood 1873 Application 13202

BARNETT, James labourer Payneham 1879 Memorial 106/321

BARNETT, James Henry labourer Reeves Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1901 Grant Book 27 Page 32 County Gawler

No 1

BARNETT, John blacksmith Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 473/28

No 2

BARNETT, John farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1856] Memorial 82/88

No 3

BARNETT, John tobacconist Adelaide (Pt TA 50 Hindley St) 1858 Memorial 69/135

No 4

BARNETT, John teamster Terowie 1886 Memorial 61/382

BARNETT, John farmer Gumbowie 1887 Memorial 62/382

BARNETT, John farmer formerly of Gumbowie but now of Prospect and Elizabeth Barnett his wife 1912 Application 26122

BARNETT, John Robert furniture salesman Norwood. Norwood Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 40/467

BARNETT, John Solomon storekeeper Kooringa 1850[-1852] Memorial 280/20

No 1

BARNETT, Joseph publican Adelaide 1849 Memorial 318/13

BARNETT, Joseph publican [formerly of Adelaide but now of] The Port Hotel Pt Adelaide. He also built and leased out premises called the Jerusalem Coffee House 1850 Memorial 307/23

BARNETT, Joseph licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, died c1852. Except for several legacies, the estate to go to his wife, Elizabeth. £20 life annuity to his sister, Frances Barnett of the Jewish Free School Spitalfields, Middlesex, England. £10 each to his three friends, executors of the will, EC GWYNNE solicitor Adelaide, John NEWMAN shipping agent Pt Adelaide, and Edward KLINGENDER solicitor Adelaide, for them to buy a mourning ring as a remembrance of him. Application 3639

BARNETT, Elizabeth widow licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 71/52

Relict of the late Joseph Barnett licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 474/52

BARNETT, Elizabeth widow and relict of the late Joseph Barnett licensed victualler Pt Adelaide sold for £2,289/18/6 the unexpired portion of a 19 year lease over The Port Hotel, Mildred St, Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 279/55

BARNETT, Elizabeth widow Adelaide about to marry Henry Thomas CULLEN ship owner Adelaide 1853. Marriage settlement arranged for land in Pt Adelaide Memorial 157/61

No 2

BARNETT, Joseph miller Lyndoch Valley 1851 Memorial 407/32

BARNETT, Moss licensed victualler Adelaide took over the lease of Grant's Hotel on Sections 513 and 650 Survey D 'situate at Myponga' 1858 Memorial 113/141

No 1

BARNETT, Samuel of SA purchased land in Hindmarsh 1838. He had died by 1856 Memorial 315/106

BARNETT,Samuel carpenter of SA 1839 Memorial 315/106

BARNETT,Samuel carpenter Hindmarsh and Maria Jane Barnett his wife. Parents of Elizabeth Ann Barnett, who was 15 years old in 1850. She sailed for the USA in 1859. The girl was often in the company of Esther SAUNDERS wife of Thomas Saunders butcher Hindmarsh 1896 before EA Barnett left for the USA [Was Mrs Saunders a girl at that time?]. The other Barnett daughter, Adelaide Barnett, married Robert PEDDER. After Samuel Barnett died by the mid-1850s, his widow went to live in Chain-of-Ponds Application 23238

BARNETT, Maria Jane widow formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Chain of Ponds 1856 Relict of the late Samuel Barnett formerly carpenter Hindmarsh but now deceased Memorial 315/106

No 1

BARNETT, Samuel fellmonger Gawler 1873 Application 12808

No 2

BARNETT, Samuel commercial traveller Adelaide 1882 Application 19433

BARNETT, Thomas smelter Burra Burra Mine 1850 Memorial 119/25

BARNETT, Thomas James builder Hilton 1899 Memorial 11/438

BARNETT, William carpenter formerly of Reynella 1858 but now of Cherry Gardens 1862 Application 3136

No 1

BARNEVELD, Albert land agent Adelaide 1880 Memorial 148/326

BARNEVELD, Albert agent Adelaide 1894 Memorial 197/420

No 1

BARNEVELD, Robert licensed victualler Pt Lincoln Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 48 Page 2 County Musgrave

BARNEVELD, Robert licensed victualler Criterion Hotel Bassett Town 1880 Memorial 154/327

BARNEVELD, Robert land agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 133/340

BARNEY, George James butcher Waukaringa Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 3 County Lytton

BARNFIELD, CJ clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1926 Memorial 90/503

BARNFIELD, James gold digger Adelaide (West Tce) 1852 Memorial 79/43.

No 1

BARNFIELD, Robert labourer Gawler 1851 Memorial 440/40.

BARNFIELD, Robert farmer Hundred of Pt Gawler 1854 Memorial 149/69

BARNFIELD, Robert farmer Gawler River 1854[-1857] Memorial 288/79

Husband of Mary Barnfield Memorial 65/345

No 1

BARNS, Edward butcher Section 6328 Hundred of Talunga 1856 Memorial 75/127

BARNS, Edward [formerly butcher but now] farmer Gumeracha 1858[-1859] Memorial 283/147

BARNS, Edward farmer Sutton Farm The Meadows 1860 Application 1855

BARNS, Edward farmer [formerly of Gumeracha but now of] Sutton Farm near McLaren Vale 1862 Memorial 55/181

BARNS, Edward farmer formerly of Gumeracha 1858 now of near McLaren Vale 1868 Application 9604

No 1

BARNS, Frederick farmer Hundred of Colton 1885 Memorial 130/366

BARNS, Frederick farmer formerly of Colton but now of Kirkala near Streaky Bay 1894 Memorial 73/422

BARNS, Joseph Piphs farmer Edithburgh 1889 Memorial 110/397

BARNS, William gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 184/54

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARNS, William Alfred farmer Colton 1889 Memorial 203/396

BARNS, William Alfred out of business Greenhill Road, Burnside, and Margaret Ann Barns his wife 1933 Memorial 50/506

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BARNSLEY, Charles Thomas Keeper of HM Gaol Kadina and Bridget Barnsley his wife 1863 Memorial 99/191

BARNSLEY, Charles Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (The Langham Hotel formerly known as the City Market Hotel Gouger St) 1884 Memorial 69/361

BARNSLEY, Bridget widow Margaret St, Norwood 1891 Memorial 173/410

BARNSLEY, Bridget widow Norwood 1892. She could not write Application 22268

BARNSLEY, ET clerk to Messrs KNOX, GWYNNE & HARGRAVE solicitors Adelaide 1881 Memorial 214/335

BARON, Charles John of Tarrawatta near Angaston 1858 Memorial 232/134

BARONS, Charles farmer Two Wells 1885 Memorial 122/365

No 1

BARR, Andrew farmer Long Plains 1882[-1889] Memorial 9/343

BARR, Andrew farmer Balaklava near Wild Horse Plains 1882 Memorial 182/347

BARR, Andrew farmer Wild Horse Plains 1883[-1887] Memorial 193/354

BARR, Andrew farmer Kangaroo Farm near Wild Horse Plains 1885 Memorial 98/367

BARR, Andrew farmer Wild Horse Plains Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 115 County Gawler

BARR, Andrew farmer Wild Horse Plains linked with Robert Barr the Elder farmer formerly of Balaklava but now of Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1889 Memorial 91/396

BARR, Andrew farmer Wild Horse Plains, became a bankrupt in 1889 Memorial 44/397

BARR, Gavin and William farmers Salt Lagoon Kangaroo Island 1897 Memorial 42/431

BARR, Henry farmer Balaklava 1882 Memorial 203/345

No 1

BARR, Hugh farmer Minlacowie trustee Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 253 County Fergusson

BARR, Hugh farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 257 County Fergusson

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BARR, Hugh Kennedy retired farmer St Bernards Road, Magill 1912 Memorial 195/466

BARR, Hugh Kennedy farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 100 County Chandos

No 1

BARR, James of Smithfield 1861 Memorial 63/210

No 2

BARR, James farmer Hundred of Dalkey trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 225 County Gawler

No 3

BARR, James labourer Glanville and Maria Barr his wife 1913 Application 26248

BARR, John farmer Salt Lagoon Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1905 Grant Book 11 Page 14 County Carnarvon

BARR, John Alexander retired Waite St, Glanville 1962 Application 29468

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BARR, Robert farmer near Salisbury 1865[-1868] Memorial 233/204

BARR, Robert farmer White Horse Plains linked with Thomas Barr farmer Balaklava 1882 Memorial 225/339

BARR, Robert the Elder farmer Balaklava 1887 Memorial 165/382

BARR, Robert the Younger farmer Bews 1902 Memorial 44/446

BARR, Robert the Younger farmer Bews Co Chandos. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 225 County Daly

No 1 - possibly the same person

BARR, Thomas farmer Balaklava 1882 Memorial 174/337

BARR, Thomas farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1884 Memorial 31/362

No 1

BARRANS, James clerk to CW PRIEST Adelaide 1884 Memorial 149/360

BARRANS, James clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 169/376

BARRANS, James clerk to CW PRIEST licensed land broker Adelaide 1893 Memorial 129/417

BARRANS, James clerk Lower Mitcham, died 25/4/1927 a bachelor and without a parent. Brother to Sarah Barrans spinster Lower Mitcham Memorial 148/498

No 1

BARRANS, Jonathan currier Mitcham 1850[-1857] Memorial 473/20

Yeoman Mitcham 1854 Memorial 145/71

BARRANS, Jonathan gentleman Mitcham, died 1861. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anne Barrans, for life or until her remarriage, then the whole estate to be converted into cash and distributed equally amongst his next of kin Memorial 275/179

BARRANS, Jonathan full age currier Mitcham (Father Joseph Barrans) married Ann GREENWOOD full age widow Mitcham (Father: William CROSSLER) on 28/5/1857 Deputy Registrar's Office Victoria Square Adelaide. Witnesses: NJ QUICK gentleman Adelaide, and Josiah MARSSON gentleman Thebarton. Jonathan Barron currier Mitcham died 21/11/1861 disease of the liver, aged 69 Application 15571

BARRANS, Jonathan gentleman Mitcham, died 21/11/1861. His whole estate in trust to his wife, Anne Barrans, in trust for life or during her widowhood, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant as the executors and trustees may direct. Executors: George PRINCE gentleman Mitcham and John Robert WALKER gentleman Springbank. Ann Barrans widow Mitcham, died 9/3/1878, of heart disease, aged 69 Application 26361

BARRANS, Ann widow Mitcham, died 9/3/1878, of heart disease, aged 69 Application 21966

No 1

BARRANS, Joseph Holmes of Bowden 1857 Memorial 4/120

BARRANS, Joseph Holmes of Thebarton 1861 Memorial 313/175

BARRANS, Joseph Holmes fellmonger Hindmarsh 1860[-1862] Memorial 222/163

BARRANS, Joseph Holmes tanner Hindmarsh 1866 Memorial 16/212

BARRANS, Joseph Holmes farmer Adelaide 1868 Memorial 209/229

BARRANS, Joseph Holmes woolsorter Lower Mitcham 1868 Application 9454

BARRANS, Joseph Holmes woolsorter Lower Mitcham, died 25/1/1905. Husband of Sarah Barrans. Father of James Barrans clerk Lower Mitcham (died 25/4/1927) and Mary Barrans (died 19/3/1922) and Sarah Barrans spinsters Lower Mitcham 1927 Memorial 72/498

BARRANS, Joseph Holmes woolsorter Lower Mitcham, died 25/1/1905. His estate worth £8,750. He left his whole estate to his wife, Sarah Barrans, for life, then equally to his children - James Barrans clerk and Mary and Sarah Barrans spinsters all of Lower Mitcham. James Barrans mercantile clerk Lower Mitcham, died 25/4/1927 intestate, his estate worth £6,500. Mary Barrans spinster Lower Mitcham, died 19/3/1922 intestate, her estate worth £2,285 Application 27646

BARRAS, George blacksmith Little Para 1844[-1849] Memorial 448/3

BARRATT, Edward Joseph farmer Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 53 County Buckingham

BARRATT, Ernest Holland farmer near Custon Hundred of Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 22 County Buckingham

BARRATT, Frederick Joshua farmer Inman Valley 1894 Application 22631

No 1

BARRATT, Frederick Thomas farmer Encounter Bay 1853[-1860] Memorial 257/57

BARRATT, Frederick Thomas farmer Cooke Plains Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1873 Grant Book 54 Page 93 County Russell

BARRATT, Frederick Thomas farmer Encounter Bay Hundred of Seymour land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 118 County Russell

BARRATT, Frederick Thomas farmer Custon. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1905 Grant Book 7 Page 20 County Buckingham

BARRATT, Frederick William farmer Bordertown 1890 Memorial 83/405

No 1

BARRATT, Henry labourer Coonatto Mt Remarkable 1859 Memorial 15/150

BARRATT, Henry farmer Melrose 1879 Memorial 34/315

BARRATT, Henry of Melrose, died c1882. Trustees: Clement GILES of Adelaide and Francis John WHITBY gentleman Willowie 1883 Application 19929

No 2

BARRATT, Henry farmer Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1884 Grant Book 23 Page 51 County Frome

BARRATT, Henry Thomas farmer Pt Elliot 1859 Application 745

BARRATT, James and William of Inman Valley 1861 Memorial 214/178

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARRATT, Richard sawyer Angaston 1858[-1861] Memorial 114/144, Application 2045

BARRATT, Richard sawyer Gawler 1867[-1873] Memorial 243/232

BARRATT, Richard sawyer Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

BARRATT, Richard engineer Prospect North 1890 Gawler Wesleyan Church trustee Application 21930

No 1

BARRATT, Samuel of Mt Gambier 1857[-1862] Memorial 252/131

BARRATT, Samuel blacksmith Mt Gambier 1878 Application 16626

BARRATT, Thomas farmer Encounter Bay 1853 Memorial 257/57

BARRATT, Walter farmer Davenport trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Woolundunga land grant 1902 Grant Book 23 Page 140 County Frome

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARRATT, William yeoman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 271/160

BARRATT, William farmer Carrickalinga 1872 Memorial 1/261

No 1

BARRATT, William James farmer Inman Valley 1854[-1874] Memorial 500/68

Encounter Bay Independent Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 53/90

BARRATT, William James farmer Inman Valley 1859 Application 884

No 1 - perhaps the same person or a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BARRATT, William Joseph farmer Baroota trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Baroota land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

BARRATT, William Joseph the Younger linked with Section 114 Hundred of Baroota Co Frome 1894 Memorial 171/423

BARRATT, William Joseph farmer Torrens Vale 1909 Memorial 168/461

No 1

BARRAUD, Alfred Barlow gentleman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 367/9

BARRAUD, Alfred Barlow gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Kangarooby NSW 1879 Memorial 170/317

No 1

BARRAUD, EJ of Yaranyacka 1893 Memorial 5/419

BARRAUD, Edwin James farmer Lipson trustee Institute Lipson Lipson township allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 21 Page 175 County Flinders

BARRAUD, Edwin James and Samuel farmers Lipson trustees Methodist Church Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1907 Grant Book 21 Page 90 County Flinders

BARRAUD, Frederick Charles of The Tod White Flat trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Louth land grant 1900 Grant Book 21 Page 49 County Flinders

No 1

BARRAUD, John Percy gentleman Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 327/80

BARRAUD, John Percy farmer South Rhine Hundred of Louth land grant 1863 Grant Book 21 Page 8 County Flinders

BARRAUD, John Percy farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1875 Grant Book 179 Page 203 County Flinders

BARRAUD, John Percy farmer Yaranyacka trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1891 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

BARRAUD, John Percy of The Tod White Flat trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Louth land grant 1900 Grant Book 21 Page 49 County Flinders

BARRAUD, Jonathan carrier Mitcham 1849 Memorial 149/33

BARRAUD, Nathan carrier Mitcham 1849 Memorial 150/33

No 1

BARREAU, Alexander waterman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1866] Memorial 49/70

BARREAU, Alexander waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1858 Memorial 3/142

BARREAU, Alexander formerly waterman 1854 but now barman Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 10762

BARREAU, Elizabeth C widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 19146

BARREIN, August of Mt Muirhead Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 195 County Grey

BARREIN, Friedrich labourer Wyrie Swamp Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1876 Grant Book 31 Page 194 County Grey

No 1

BARREN, Henry John hoyman Sheerness, Kent, England, married Mary Ann nee ENGLAND on 12/7/1813 St Thomas’s Southwark, Surrey, England. Eldest child/son Henry John Barren, born 31/3/1814, and baptised at Minster, Isle of Sheppy, Kent 23/4/1814, later master mariner Sheerness, Kent. Second child - died in infancy, the day after his birth. Third child - Robert Matthew Barren, born 23/2/1817, baptised Minster 5/4/1817, emigrated to SA, where he lived on North Tce, Adelaide, by 1842. He died 8/6/1847, at Thomas WILSON’s farm on the Sturt River, intestate and unmarried, and was buried in the churchyard of St Mary Sturt. Thomas Wilson had known him and his father in England, and kept the young man at his own home for several months before his death. The father, Henry John Barren, had died December 1837, aged 66, before his son died, and so Robert’s eldest brother, Henry John Barren, inherited his SA land, Lot 55, Kensington, as heir at law, which he sold to a relative, William England Barren pawnbroker and silversmith High St, Aldgate, Middlesex (Edward STEPHENS Esqure Adelaide the local attorney for HJ Barren). The Barrens probably originated at Minster, Kent, as they baptised and buried in that parish Application 12171

BARREN, Robert Matthew gentleman Adelaide, died c1850. Younger brother of Henry John Barren master mariner Sheerness, Kent, England. Probably also a relative to William England Barren pawnbroker and silversmith High St, Aldgate, London, Middlesex, England Memorial 445/28

BARREN, William England pawnbroker and silversmith High Street, Aldgate, London, Middlesex, England power of attorney to Edward STEPHENS Esquire Adelaide, to sell Lot 35 in Kensington and Lots 211-221 in Islington 28/7/1852 Deposit 118/OA

BARRETT, A of Winninowie 1909 Memorial 165/460

No 1

BARRETT, Abraham Field gentleman Pt MacDonnell Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 29 Page 108 County Grey

BARRETT, Abraham Field gentleman Pt MacDonnell 1864 Memorial 218/194

BARRETT, Albert of Franklin Harbour 1885 Memorial 200/364

No 1

BARRETT, Alfred malster Adelaide and Catherine Hill Barrett his wife 1914 Memorial 142/470

BARRETT, Alfred Esquire formerly of Kent Town but now of 11 Leadenhall St, London, Middlesex, England linked with Arthur Octavius Barrett malster 1 Queen St, Melbourne Vic 1914  Memorial 82/471

BARRETT, Bridget widow Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1898 Grant Book 13 Page 56 County Dalhousie

No 1

BARRETT, Charles labourer Thebarton 1845 Memorial 110/5

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

BARRETT, Charles labourer Yarrowie Co Frome. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 53 County Dalhousie

BARRETT, Charles Richard brickmaker Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 168/21

No 1

BARRETT, Daniel labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 146 County MacDonnell

BARRETT, Daniel farmer Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1885 Grant Book 29 Page 149a County MacDonnell

BARRETT, Edward farm labourer Reynella 1866 Application 7371

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARRETT, Elijah labourer McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 396/69

BARRETT, Elijah farmer Goolwa 1858 Memorial 185/141

BARRETT, Ernest Holland customs officer Bordertown?? 1897 Memorial 33/430

No 1

BARRETT, Francis Thomas farmer Wild Horse Plains 1881[-1883] Memorial 164/332

BARRETT, Emma widow Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1912 Grant Book 11 Page 18 County Carnarvon

BARRETT, Frank Charles cabinetmaker St Leonards 1939 Application 28217

BARRETT, Frederick Thomas farmer Custon. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1890 Grant Book 7 Page 17 County Buckingham

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BARRETT, George farmer Noarlunga 1856 Memorial 65/109

BARRETT, George farmer Blyth Plains and Esther Louisa Barrett his wife formerly EL DORMER spinster 1872 Memorial 170/261

No 2

BARRETT, George labourer Blakiston 1858 Memorial 41/148

No 3

BARRETT, George farmer Morphett Vale 1876 Memorial 13/292

No 4

BARRETT, George bootmaker Leasingham Co Stanley. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 73 County Victoria

No 5

BARRETT, George farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 59 County Dalhousie

BARRETT, George carpenter Wisanger Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 67 County Carnarvon

No 1

BARRETT, Henry labourer Coonatto Mt Remarkable 1859 Memorial 337/150

BARRETT, Henry yeoman Coonatto near Mt Remarkable 1863 Memorial 185/205

BARRETT, Henry labourer Melrose 1868 Memorial 181/234

BARRETT, Henry farmer Melrose 1880 Memorial 52/327

BARRETT, Hugh Henry storekeeper Mt Gambier 1889 Memorial 179/397

No 1

BARRETT, James labourer Kincraig and Susannah Barrett his wife 1874 Memorial 172/277

BARRETT, James labourer Narracoorte, who died 17/8/1906. Husband of Susannah Barrett, who died 27/4/1903. Parents of James Thomas Barrett labourer Narracoorte, and Esther Emily Barrett spinster Narracoorte. [Probably more children belong to this family] Memorials 193 & 194/455

BARRETT, Susannah wife of James Barrett labourer Narracoorte, died 27/4/1903. She left her house and its furniture in Narracoorte to her husband for life, then to their son, James Thomas Barrett labourer Narracoorte and Esther Emily Barrett spinster Narracoorte, in equal shares as tenants-in-common. If both the son and daughter died in the lifetime of the parents, then the estate to go to the other children in equal shares. Estate worth £300. James Barrett labourer Narracoorte, died 17/8/1906, of cancer of the rectum, and exhaustion, aged 84 Application 27132

BARRETT, James labourer Naracoorte died 17/8/1906, of cancer of the rectum, aged 84. On 16/10/1874, he had settled Lot 20 in the township of Kingcraig upon his wife, Susannah Barrett, for life, then to her children as she determined. Susannah Barrett died 27/4/1903, leaving the land to her husband for life, then to her children James Thomas Barrett and Esther Emily Barrett as tenants in common. Value of the land £800. The trustees had both died - Henry HOLMES mason Frances, died 26/7/1895 Mt Gambier Hospital, of heart disease and dropsy, aged 67. Edward Fitzroy HOLMES baker Clarence Park, died 29/8/1897 at home, of senile decay, aged 68. Application 27132

No 1

BARRETT, John farmer Aldinga Plains 1854 Memorial 109/68

BARRETT, John farmer formerly of the Aldinga Plains 1854 but now of Inman Valley 1868 Application 9007

No 2

BARRETT, John farm labourer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 65 Page 79 County Not named

No 3 - perhaps the same person CHECK FIND

BARRETT, John farmer Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 13 Page 45 County Dalhousie

BARRETT, John farmer Eurelia Co Dalhousie [and probably Caroline EASTHER his wife] 1897 Memorial 139/431

No 4

BARRETT, John farmer Belton Co Granville [and probably Mary Ann KINNANE his wife] 1890[-1895] Memorial 105/402

No 5

BARRETT, John farmer Gawler 1897 Application 23306

No 5

BARRETT, John farmer Raydon Farm Langhorne Creek 1897 Application 23483

No 6

BARRETT, John mine manager Broken Hill NSW and Annie Barrett of Magill his wife 1907 Application 25334

No 1

BARRETT, John Richard blacksmith Kensington 1876[-1877] Memorial 199/289

BARRETT, John Richard formerly blacksmith Kensington but now overseer Mutooroo 1884 Application 20060

BARRETT, John Thomas farmer Kulpara Co Daly 1886[-1887] Memorial 7/380

BARRETT, Patrick farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 58 County Dalhousie

BARRETT, Peter labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1905[-1907] Grant Book 13 Page 59 County Dalhousie

BARRETT, Raymond Thomas of Wilcox St, Adelaide changed his name to Raymond Thomas MITCHELL 1923 Memorial 58/487

No 1

BARRETT, Richard of Penrice 1855 Memorial 447/95

No 2

BARRETT, Richard carpenter Nairne 1858 Memorial 163/144

BARRETT, Richard of Nairne 1860 Application 1283

No 3

BARRETT, Richard agent of the firm of NEWBERY, Barrett & SYNE of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 35/364

No 1

BARRETT, Richard Henry master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1875 Application 14440.

BARRETT, Richard Henry pilot Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15133

BARRETT, Robert Leonard draper Norwood 1922 Memorial 186/486

No 1

BARRETT, Rowland John labourer Penrice 1889 Memorial 46/397

BARRETT, Rowland John formerly labourer now currant grower of Penrice near Angaston 1909 Application 25622

BARRETT, Samuel Richard builder Glenelg North 1914 Application 26328

No 1

BARRETT, Thomas yeoman Gawler 1860[-1863] Memorial 11/167

BARRETT, Thomas farmer Rosefield near Gawler 1865 Memorial 51/205

No 2 - prehaps a continuation of No 1

BARRETT, Thomas of the Barossa Diggings 1892 Application 22213

No 1

BARRETT, Thomas James licensed victualler Snowtown 1887 Memorial 204/387

BARRETT, Thomas James publican formerly of Snowtown but now of Petersburg 1893 Memorial 60/416

BARRETT, Walter linked with Section 672 etc Hundred of Davenport (1,631 acres) 1897 Memorial 232/431

BARRETT, WC district clerk Georgetown 1923 Memorial 185/487

BARRETT, Wilbur Ralph secretary of Hinley Acceptance Ltd, of 107 Hindley St, Adelaide 1957 Application 29270

No 1

BARRETT, William carrier Adelaide 1851 Memorial 374/38

BARRETT, William carrier Woodville 1852[-1854] Memorial 69/41.

BARRETT, William carrier Port Road 1853 Memorial 283/62

BARRETT, William carrier Port Road. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 67 County Adelaide

BARRETT, William carrier Half Way House, Port Road 1854 Memorial 466/62

BARRETT, William farmer Woodville 1854 Memorial 342/68

No 2

BARRETT, William farmer Yankalilla 1852[-1858] Memorial 66/74

BARRETT, William farmer Carrickalinga 1853 Memorial 65/74

BARRETT, William of Normanville 1864 Memorial 50/200

BARRETT, William farmer Carrickalinga 1864 Application 5500

BARRETT, William farmer formerly of Yankalilla 1852 but now of Carrickalinga 1875 Application 14314

No 3

BARRETT, William carpenter O'Halloran Hill 1856 Memorial 130/100

BARRETT, William carpenter Reynella 1858 Memorial 273/146

No 4

BARRETT, William farmer Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 169/248

BARRETT, William James farmer Bald Hills, Yankalilla 1872 Memorial 170/261

BARREY, Benjamin baker Brompton Park Extension 1895 Memorial 201/423

BARREY/BARRY, John labourer Bowden 1882 Husband of Harriet Barrey  Application 19032

No 1 - probably the Elder

BARRIE, Robert farmer Gawler Hills 1863 Memorial 281/189

BARRIE, Robert farmer Gawler 1869 Application 9906

BARRIE, Robert the Elder farmer Gawler Hills Co Gawler. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 744 County Frome

No 2 - the Younger

BARRIE, Robert the Younger farmer near Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

BARRIE, Robert the Younger of Willowie East 1888 Memorial 190/393

BARRIE, Robert farmer Willowie. Trustee Institute Willowie. Willowie township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 24 Page 577

BARRIE, Robert farmer formerly of the Hundred of Willowie but now of Booleroo Whim 1918 Memorial 121/477

BARRIEN, John no description linked with Section 81 Hundred of Riddoch Co Grey 1889 Memorial 234/398

No 1

BARRINGER, Frank Page of North Adelaide, power of attorney to Leonard BARRINGER of North Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 3/10/1885 Deposit 102/1887

BARRINGER, Frank Page storekeeper formerly of North Adelaide but now of Nyngan NSW linked with the estate of the late Edwin Page 1896 Memorial 191/427

BARRINGER, Frederick farmer Blackwood 1897 Application 23387

BARRINGER, Joseph of Adelaide, died c1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Barringer Memorial 180/208

BARRINGER, Leonard warehouseman North Adelaide 1889 Memorial 213/399

BARRIT, Owen auctioneer Carrieton 1882 Memorial 26/341

BARRITT, Charles Richard brickmaker Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 28/110

No 1

BARRITT, Edith Margaret spinster Yattalunga near Gawler 1892 Memorial

12/414

BARRITT, Edith Margaret spinster of parts beyond the seas 1892 Memorial 99/414

BARRITT, Edith Margaret spinster Henley Beach 'being possessed of considerable real and personal estate in the province and being desirous of giving up the cares of business for a time and of being in a position to depart from the said province and return thereto from time to time without interference with her said property and business' 1897 linked with Edwin Barritt farmer Riverside near Lyndoch Memorial 43/436

BARRITT, Edith Margaret spinster formerly of Riverside near Lyndoch now of parts beyond the sea 1897. Youngest child of the late Joseph Barritt Application 23499

No 2

BARRITT, Edith Margaret widow Glenelg 1920 Memorial 165/481

BARRITT, Edwin gentleman Riverside near Lyndoch 1885[-1891] Memorial 244/367

No 1

BARRITT, Francis and Herbert Edward Barritt farmers Yattalunga near Gawler 1886[-1899] Memorial 188/379

BARRITT, Francis and Herbert sheep farmers Yattalunga near Gawler 1899 Application 23782

BARRITT, Frank farmer Uley. Uley Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 196/470

No 1

BARRITT, Joseph farmer Little Para 1848 Memorial 453/10

Farmer Houghton 1851[-1853] Memorial 448/32

Linked with George Barritt chemist Croydon, Surrey, England Memorial 429/48

Farmer formerly of Houghton but then of the Princess Royal Mine 1853 Memorial 450/59

BARRITT, Joseph sheep farmer North Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 67 County Adelaide

BARRITT, Joseph stockholder North Adelaide 1853[-1855]. He was in a stockholding partnership with Walter DUFFIELD miller Gawler in the Hundred of Kooringa Memorial 435/95

BARRITT, Joseph farmer North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 90/88

BARRITT, Joseph stockholder Gawler 1855 Memorial 230/95

BARRITT, Joseph Esquire Riverside Lyndoch Valley 1860 Memorial 246/167

BARRITT, Hannah Sophie nee MAY wife of Joseph Barritt gentleman Riverside near Lyndoch, died 27/6/1881, of diabetes mellitus, aged 52. Informant: John SANDLAND friend Lyndoch 1897. Her son, Edwin Barritt, born 22/8/1859 at Riverside Application 23499

No 1

BARRON, Emily Jane widow Kapunda 1925 Application 27367.

BARRON, Emily Jane widow formerly of Kapunda now of 5 West Tce, Kensington 1956, declared that she had been born 5/10/1866 in Kapunda, the daughter of Samuel WEST (died 26/7/1912) and his wife, Mary Ann West (died 17/7/1924). Mrs Barron had a brother called Alexander Thomas West Application 29167

No 1

BARRON, James Leith licensed victualler Adelaide 1852 Memorial 46/44

Eating house keeper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 461/62

Licensed victualler Adelaide (King William St) 1854 Memorial 171/78

BARRON, James Leith victualler Adelaide 1859 Memorial 11/154

BARRON, James Leith chop house keeper Adelaide 1865 Memorial 219/202

BARRON, James Leith eating house keeper Adelaide (King William St) became a bankrupt in 1868 Memorial 189/233

No 1

BARRON, William sawyer Gawler 1854 Memorial 265/72

BARRON, William sawyer Deep Creek 1855[-1856] Memorial 202/89

BARRONS, John gentleman Ashwell Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1868 Memorial 19/233

No 1

BARROW, James J[ohn] licensed surveyor Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 198/324

BARROW, James J licensed surveyor Penola 1893 Memorial 112/419

No 1

BARROW, John farmer Ashwell 1847 Memorial 349/16

BARROW, John farmer Co Gawler 1852 Memorial 303/41 Farmer Gawler 1853 [Hundreds of Mudla Wirra and Nuriootpa land purchases in 2 adjoining Hundreds],He then moved briefly to Norwood] Memorial 238/48

BARROW, John gentleman Norwood 1855 Memorial 466/89

BARROW, John gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Ashwell Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1858 Memorial 288/139

BARROW, John farmer Ashwell [near Gawler] 1847[-1883] Memorial 349/16, Application 2839

Mudla Wirra District Councillor 1856 Memorial 128/106

BARROW, John farmer Great North Road 1854 Memorial 368/62

BARROW, John farmer Templers 1855[-1898] Memorial 228/87

BARROW, John of Templers, North Road 1857 Memorial 227/125

BARROW, John farmer Ashwell [Templers] Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1875[-1886]

Memorial 74/282

BARROW, John farmer Templers Co Light. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 229 County Victoria

BARROW, John farmer Templers 1894 Application 22692

BARROW, John farmer Ashwell near Templers 1903 Application 24573

No 2

BARROW, John gentleman Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 167/29

BARROW, John yeoman Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 373/41.

No 3 FIND IS THIS ALL THE YOUNGER?

BARROW, John farmer Ashwell Co Gawler. Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 685 County Frome

BARROW, John the Younger farmer Pt Germein 1895 Memorial 96/424

BARROW, John the Younger farmer Pt Germein. Hundred of Baroota land grant 1899 Grant Book 24 Page 699 County Frome

No 1

BARROW, John Henry Congregational Minister Kensington 1854 Memorial 250/78

BARROW, John Henry gentleman Kensington 1855 Memorial 178/98

BARROW, John Henry gentleman Kent Town 1856 Memorial 121/116

BARROW, John Henry newspaper proprietor Adelaide, died 22/8/1874. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Barrow, absolutely Memorial 97/294

BARROW, Mary widow Adelaide, power of attorney to Philip Henry BURDEN surveyor Adelaide, to manage a partnership between her late husband John Henry Barrow and Thomas KING now carried on by her in her husband’s place 11/3/1875 Deposit 79/1875.

No 1

BARROW, Joseph farmer Crystal Brook 1880[-1886] Memorial 173/328

BARROW, Joseph farmer Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 234 County Victoria

No 1

BARROW, Mary widow Adelaide 1875 Memorial 221/280

BARROW, Mary widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic linked until 1878 with Thomas KING neewspaper proprietor Adelaide as newspaper proprietors, printers, lithographers, bookbinders, booksellers and stationers in co-partnership Memorial 178/311

No 1

BARROW, Richard farmer near Templers Co Light. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 356 County Daly

BARROW, Richard farmer Bakara. Hundred of Bakara land grant 1899 Grant Book 3 Page 72 County Albert

No 1

BARROW, Vincent Samuel of Templers 1888 Memorial 51/393

BARROW, Vincent Samuel farmer Templers Hundred of Telowie land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 775 County Frome

BARROW, William gardener Hundred of Onkaparinga 1856 Memorial 62/106

BARROWMAN, Alexander Hutchison journalist Robe S-E 1938 Memorial 193/512

No 1

BARROWMAN, William A of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 90/391

BARROWMAN, WA of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 97/392

No 1

BARROWMAN, William stockkeeper Biscuit Flat Co Robe 1860 Memorial 120/166

BARROWMAN, William McKenzie overseer Biscuit Flat Co Robe 1856 Memorial 211/137

BARROWMAN, William McKenzie stockholder Blackford near Robe and Eizabeth Barrowman his wife formerly Elizabeth HUTCHINSON spinster 1870 Memorial 166/246

BARROWMAN, William McKenzie farmer Robe Hundred of Bowaka land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 52 County Robe

BARROWMAN, Elizabeth of Blackford near Kingston S-E 1867 Application 8066

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARROWS, William gardener formerly of Onkaparinga 1856 but now of Mt Lofty 1868 Application 8977

BARROWS, William farmer Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 140/341

No 1

BARROWS, William farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 121 County Grey

BARROWS, William farmer Mt Gambier 1887 Application 21299.

BARR SMITH, Robert Esquire St Clair near Adelaide 1868 Memorial 25/236

BARR SMITH, TE clerk Adelaide with Elder Smith & Co of Adelaide 1891 Memorial 111/407

BARRY, Benjamin formerly baker Brompton Park Extension now out of business Brompton 1917 Application 26603

BARRY, Bridget spinster Parnaroo 1885 Memorial 6/368

No 1

BARRY, Charles John gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 203/24

BARRY, Charles John sharebroker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 222/52

BARRY, Charles sharebroker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 194/35.

BARRY, Charles John broker Adelaide lost his business premises in a fire during 1852 Application 18550

BARRY, Charles John storekeeper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 211/57

BARRY, Charles John cornfactor Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 336/77

BARRY, Charles John flour factor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 46/120

BARRY, Charles John merchant Norwood 1857 Memorial 218/127

BARRY, Charles John and BAYLEY, Frederick Paterson cornfactors Adelaide trading under the name of Barry & Bayley 1859 Memorial 269/160

No 1

BARRY, David farmer Munno Para 1853[-1857] Memorial 217/60

BARRY, David farmer Peachey Belt 1868 Memorial 83/229

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BARRY, David farmer Hundred of Alma 1867 Memorial 105/220

BARRY, David farmer Stockport, died 3/2/1869 intestate. By 1871, the family included Honora Barry his wife widow Stockport, Mary MCMAHON nee Barry wife of Patrick McMahon farmer Hamley Bridge, Ann O'LOUGHLIN nee Barry wife of Cornelius O'Loughlin farmer Virginia, Honora Haws wife of Michael Haws farmer Stockport, Ellen O'Dea nee Barry wife of James O'Dea farmer Virginia, Susan GREER nee Barry wife of Edward Greer farmer Stockport and Patrick Barry farmer Stockport only son and heir at law of the late David Barry Memorial 177/252

BARRY, David married Honora nee ? in the summer of 1831 at the RC chapel at Inigh??, Co Clare, Ireland. The family emigrated to SA in 1851. David Barry farmer Stockport died 3/2/1869 intestate. Children all born in Ireland - Mary wife of Patrick MCMAHON farmer near Stockport, Ann wife of Cornelius O'LOUGHLIN farmer Virginia, Honora wife of Michael HAWS farmer Stockport, Ellen wife of James O'DEA farmer Virginia, Patrick (the only son and heir at law) farmer Stockport, Susan wife of Edward GREER farmer Stockport. Richard BARRY farmer Stockport a brother to David Barry. Information correct 1871. Application 13379

No 3

BARRY, David labourer Hectorville 1862[-1867] Memorial 269/182

No 4 – perhaps the same person

BARRY, David the Younger farmer Stockport Co . Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 42 County Dalhousie

BARRY, David labourer Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 42 County Dalhousie

BARRY, David farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

BARRY, David farmer Baroota trustee Public School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1887 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

BARRY, David farmer Hundred of Willochra Co Frome 1892 Memorial 202/413

BARRY, Edward labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 374/56

BARRY, Ernest bookmaker Clarence Park Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 303 County Not named

BARRY, HR clerk Adelaide (Unity Chambers, Currie St) [probably in the employ of WH BROOKS merchant Adelaide (Unity Chambers, Currie St) 1883 Memorial 46/347

BARRY, James mail contractor Tarcowie. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1914 Grant Book 13 Page 34 County Dalhousie

BARRY, James Burns printer Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1899 Grant Book 2 Page 13 County Adelaide

No 1

BARRY, John labourer Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 240/41.

BARRY, John labourer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Bowden 1868[-1881] Memorial 11/233, Application 14669

No 2

BARRY, John farmer Mt Gambier 1854[-1864] Memorial 321/116

BARRY, John the Elder farmer Mt Gambier, died c1868. He left his entire estate in trust for his wife, Hanorah Barry, during her widowhood then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to their seven children - Hanorah Barry, Mary Barry, Thomas Barry, John Barry the Younger, Ellen Barry, James Barry and Margaret Barry Memorial 226/234

No 1

BARRY, John farmer Cudlamudla 1885 Memorial 175/369

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BARRY, Michael butcher Stockport 1865 Memorial 78/203

BARRY, Michael the Elder farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 72 County Victoria

BARRY, Michael the Elder farmer Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 544 County Frome

BARRY, Michael farmer Wilmington 1885[-1886] Memorial 41/365

BARRY, Michael farmer Wilmington linked with Patrick Barry farmer Hundred of Willochra 1885 Memorial 55/369

BARRY, Michael farmer Wilmington, became a bankrupt in 1888 Memorial 181/391

BARRY, Michael Francis farmer Pinaroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 7 County Chandos

BARRY, Michael Laurance farmer Parnaroo 1885 Memorial 5/368

BARRY, Otto Aloys du agent Carrieton 1882 Memorial 82/337

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARRY, Patrick farmer Stockport 1867 Memorial 39/229

BARRY, Patrick farmer Peachey Belt 1870 Memorial 230/249

BARRY, Patrick the Elder farmer Pinkerton Plains Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 543 County Frome

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARRY, Richard farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Alma land grant 1862 Grant Book 26 Page 29 County Gawler

BARRY, Richard farmer Stockport 1865 Memorial 75/201

BARRY, Richard farmer Stockport Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 42 County Dalhousie

BARRY, Richard farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Melville land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 81 County Fergusson

BARRY, Richard farmer Boolcunda East 1897[-1905] Memorial 203/430

BARRY, Robert farmer Willowie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Willowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

BARRY, Stephen smelter Kapunda 1860[-1865] Memorial 209/162

No 1

BARRY, Thomas farmer Hamley Bridge Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 53 County Dalhousie

No 2 – perhaps the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 1

BARRY, Thomas farmer Allendale East 1889 Memorial 166/400

BARRY, Thomas farmer Compton near Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1894 Grant Book 30 Page 204 County Grey

BARRY, W clerk Pt Victor 1890 Memorial 63/407

BARRY, William of Bowden 1866 Memorial 234/208

BARRY, William Michael licensed surveyor Adelaide and Florence Coralie Barry his wife 1929 Memorial 151/501

BARSBEY/BARSBY, George labourer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 285/115

BARSON, Vernon bank officer Kooringa 1912 Memorial 181/467

BARTEL, Gottlieb the Elder farmer Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 146/88

BARTEL, Gottlob farmer formerly of Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf but now of near Tanunda 1853 Memorial 472/57

BARTEL, Gustav Reinhold pensioner Lyndoch. His wife, Caroline Maria Bartel, died 15/4/1945 Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, of coronary sclerosis, aged 75. Born near Freeling. Married aged 21. 2 sons and 2 daughters living Memorial 6/519

No 1

BARTEL, Christian farmer Hahndorf 1853-1855 Memorial 190/56

BARTEL, Johann Christian of Tanunda 1859 the only son and heir at law of the late Wilhelm Bartel who died 6/3/1858 intestate Memorial 212/153

BARTEL, Johann Christian farmer Nain 1864 Memorial 5/199

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

BARTEL, Johann Gottlob farmer near Hahndorf 1863 Memorial 165/212

BARTEL, Johann Gottlob farmer Hundred of Neales 1883 Memorial 157/349

BARTEL, Johann Gottlob farmer Eudunda 1885 Memorial 249/368

BARTEL, G farmer Morgan 1897 Memorial 130/430

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BARTEL, Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1849[-1853] Memorial 246/16

BARTEL, Wilhelm farmer near Charleston Hundred of Onkaparinga 1851 Memorial 99/41

BARTEL, Wilhelm farmer Fourth Creek 1853 Memorial 456/60

BARTEL, Wilhelm farmer Nain 1854 Memorial 124/78

BARTEL, Wilhelm farmer Hallett Vale near Tanunda 1854 Memorial 477/72

BARTEL, Wilhelm farmer Tanunda, died 6/3/1856 intestate. He left a widow, Johanne Luise Bartel and 7 infants under the age of 21. Johann Christian Bartel now of Daveyston was the eldest son ahd heir at law 1870 Application 10674

No 1

BARTELS, Adolph innkeeper near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

BARTELS, Adolph Heinrich Friedrich formerly licensed victualler Rundle St 1861 but now agent Adelaide 1866 Application 7509

BARTELS, Adolph Heinrich Friedrich agent Adelaide 1873 Memorial 233/266

BARTEN, Joseph the Younger carpenter Pt Elliot 1859 Memorial 136/156

BARTER, Edwin carpenter Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 14/280, Application 14150

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BARTER, Henry labourer Alberton 1856 Memorial 218/305

BARTER, Henry labourer Yatala township near Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 185/192

BARTER, Henry labourer Rosewater 1866 Memorial 14/212

BARTER, Henry labourer Yatala near Pt Adelaide 1877. He could not write Applications 15736, 16365

BARTER, Henry labourer formerly of Alberton 1856 but now of Yatala near Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16619

No 1

BARTER, James Clement gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 412/28

BARTER, James Clement gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Plympton 1853 Memorial 404/54

BARTER, James Clement storekeeper Pt Augusta 1881 Application 18577

BARTEY, Thomas and William farmers Hundred of Talunga 1863 Memorial 117/190

No 1

BARTHEIL, Johann Ernst Herrman farmer Grünthal 1854 Memorial 381/65 Farmer Balhannah 1855 Memorial 495/82

BARTHEIL, Hermann farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

BARTHEIL, Hermann of Balhannah made his will 11/11/1860. He left his estate to his wife, Charlotte nee DALICHO, absolutely. Witnesses Johann Friedrich GIERKE and Johann Carl HUMPSCH. Application 10049

BARTHEIL, Charlotte widow Balhannah 1869, relict of the late Johann Ernst Hermann Bartheil farmer Grünthal near Hahndorf Application 10389

No 1

BARTHOLOMAEUS, August miner Redruth 1857 Memorial 146/121

BARTHOLOMAEUS, August storekeeper's assistant Redruth 1865 Memorial 288/208

BARTHOLOMAEUS, August storekeeper Redruth 1873[-1893] Memorial 54/264

BARTHOLOMAEUS, August formerly miner 1857 but now storekeeper Redruth 1873 Application 12975

BARTHOLOMÄUS/BARTHOLOMAEUS, August storekeeper Kooringa 1882 Application 19277

BARTHOLOMAEUS, August merchant Redruth 1886 Application 20890

BARTHOLOMAEUS, August postmaster Redruth 1900 Application 24056

BARTHOLOMAEUS, August town clerk Burra 1903 Memorial 158/447

BARTHOLOMAEUS, August retired Town Clerk Redruth near Kooringa, died 27/9/1916. Father of Carl Bartholomaeus sheepfarmer Aberdeen near Kooringa and Otto George Bartholomaeus sheepfarmer Arkaba Memorial 71/480

No 1

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Carl grazier Aberdeen linked with Otto George Bartholomaeus builder Aberdeen 1900 Memorial 29/442

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Carl grazier Aberdeen near Kooringa 1902 Memorial 169/445

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Carl sheepfarmer formerly of Aberdeen near Kooringa but now of Glenelg linked with Otto George August Bartholomaeus formerly sheepfarmer Arkaba but now out of business Glenelg 1933 Memorial 53/507

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Carl formerly grazier Aberdeen but now out of business Adelaide 1928, trustee of the Kooringa Freemasons' Lodge Application 27647

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Edmund S school teacher Redruth 1902 Memorial 148/446

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Lena spinster home duties Burra North, aged 72 in 1949 Application 28646

No 1

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Otto George carpenter Aberdeen and Janet Elizabeth Bartholomaeus his wife 1903 Application 24670

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Otto George sheepfarmer Arkaba 1923[-1925] Memorial 147/489

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Otto George formerly builder Aberdeen now sheep farmer Arkaba Station near Hawker 1928, trustee of the Kooringa Freemasons' Lodge Application 27647

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Otto George grazier Glenelg linked with F Bartholomaeus grazier Hawker 1930 Memorial 146/503

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Otto George gentleman Glenelg 1937, declared that he was the father of Edna May CUTTEN wife of Neil Clarence Cutten grazier Hawker Application 28111

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Otto George retired grazier Glenelg, died 23/3/ 1941. Husband of Janet Elizabeth Bartholomaeus. Father of Frank Bartholomaeus Memorial 152/515

BARTHOLOMAEUS, W schoolmaster Waterloo 1867 Memorial 26/227

BARTHOLOMAEUS, Wilhelm miner Redruth 1863[-1873] Memorial 60/190

BARTHOLOMEW, Annie Elizabeth married woman Kanmantoo 1929 Application 27734

BARTHOLOMEW, George farmer Cromer 1912 Memorial 96/466

No 1

BARTHOLOMEW, James John labourer North Adelaide Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 123 County Stanley

BARTHOLOMEW, James John farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Crystal

Brook land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 235 County Victoria

BARTHOLOMEW, James John farmer Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1895 Grant Book 60 Page 236 County Victoria

BARTHOLOMEW, Job Austin potter Enfield 1890 Application 21955

BARTHOLOMEW, John labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 419/65

No 1

BARTHOLOMEW, Robert Kenneth butcher Lobethal 1944 Memorial 32/518

BARTHOLOMEW, Robert Kenneth butcher Lobethal 1945 Application 28402

BARTLE, NL grocer Percy Tce, West Croydon 1940 Memorial 187/514

No 1

BARTLE, Peter of Adelaide 1848[-1853] Memorial 15/13

BARTLE, Peter farmer One Tree Hill 1855 Memorial 248/84

BARTLE, Peter farmer Gould Creek 1856 Memorial 12/106

BARTLE, Peter farmer Gould Creek, One Tree Hill, Little Para 1863 Memorial 252/191

BARTLE, Peter farmer Precolumb near Gawler 1869 Memorial 123/236

BARTLE, Peter farmer Munno Para 1870 Memorial 24/254

BARTLE, Robert farmer Golden Grove 1895 Memorial 82/426

BARTLE, William farmer Dry Creek 1882 Memorial 159/340

BARTLEET, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1864[-1866] Memorial 197/195

BARTLEET, Charles Ely merchant and shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 150/226

BARTLEET, Edward Waverly stockholder Adelaide 1866 Memorial 213/210

No 1

BARTLEET, George Alfred merchant Adelaide 1858[-1865] Memorial 92/144

BARTLEET, George Alfred merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1870 Memorial 69/250

BARTLEET, George Alfred merchant Adelaide late of the firm of GA & H Bartleet 1871 Memorial 202/257

BARTLEET, George Alfred merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to Horace Bartleet, formerly trading as GA & H Bartleet commission agents Adelaide, partnership now dissolved 1/10/1870, to act on his behalf in the winding up of the company and the details of insolvency 12/5/1871 Deposit 12/1872

No 1

BARTLEET, Horace merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1871 Memorial 222/256

BARTLEET, Horace merchant and commission agent Adelaide late of the firm of GA & H Bartleet 1871 Memorial 202/257

BARTLEET, Horace merchant Adelaide 1880 Application 18309

BARTLEET, Horace merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to James Thomson TURNBULL commission merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 13/12/1881 Deposit 20/1883

BARTLETT, Albert Edward civil servant Glenunga linked with Edwin Roy Bartlett ledger clerk Adelaide and Claude Thomas William Bartlett gentleman Pt Lincoln 1926 Memorial 13/496

No 1

BARTLETT, Alfred butcher Pt Lincoln 1877 Memorial 2/300

No 2

BARTLETT, Alfred labourer Leasingham and Susannah Bartlett his wife 1902 Memorial 133/445

BARTLETT, Alma spinster Adelaide 1881 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

No 1

BARTLETT, Arthur Edward gardener Watervale 1912 Memorial 181/466

BARTLETT, Arthur Edward gardener Watervale and Elizabeth Alberta Jane Bartlett his wife 1915[-1920] Memorial 100/472

ARTLETT, Claude Thomas gentleman Pt Lincoln linked with Albert Edward Bartlett civil servant Glenunga and Edwin Roy Bartlett ledger keeper Adelaide 1926 Memorial 183/494

BARTLETT, Cornelius storekeeper's assistant Morchard 1881 Memorial 195/331

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARTLETT, Edmund blacksmith Penfield 1867 Memorial 24/225

BARTLETT, Edmund farmer Woods Siding and Thomas Bartlett farmer Stockyard Creek linked with Elizabeth LYLE formerly Elizabeth Bartlett now the wife of Thomas Sluman Lyle no description 1888 Memorial 105/393

BARTLETT, Edmund farmer Owen 1889 Memorial 197/397

No 1

BARTLETT, Edward butcher Macclesfield 1857 Memorial 19/131

No 2

BARTLETT, Edward labourer Strathalbyn 1906 Memorial 21/455

BARTLETT, Edward Waverley stockholder Adelaide 1866 Memorial 213/210

No 1

BARTLETT, Edwin bootmaker Pt Lincoln 1866 Memorial 152/210

BARTLETT, Edwin and William storekeepers Pt Lincoln 1866[-1886] Memorial 240/214, Application 8103, Application 16325S

BARTLETT, Edwin storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1875 Memorial 204/282

BARTLETT, Edwin Albert of Watervale foreman for Messrs BURING & SOBELS vignerons 1910 Memorial 208/462

No 1

BARTLETT, Edwin Robert and William James storekeepers Pt Lincoln 1876[-1897] Memorial 145/289

BARTLETT, Edwin Robert agent Pt Lincoln 1912 Application 26083

BARTLETT, Elizabeth widow Glenelg 1872 Memorial 196/258

No 1

BARTLETT, Emma spinster Magill 1910 Memorial 227/462

BARTLETT, Emma spinster Magill 1921, owned allotment 29 of Home Park, pt section 343 Survey B Application 26959

BARTLETT, G clerk Adelaide (Gilbert Place) 1920 Memorial 159/481

No 1

BARTLETT, George labourer Payneham 1849 Memorial 45/14

BARTLETT, George gardener Payneham, died 1/10/1899. Husband of Emily Bartlett. Executor; George Frederick FIELDING gardener East Adelaide Memorial 96/439

BARTLETT, Emily widow of George Bartlett gardener Payneham Rd, Payneham, died 21/2/1923, of senile decay, aged 92. Born in Sussex, England. To SA 85 years previously. Married at age 20. 2 daughters living. 4 sons and 2 daughters deceased Application 27157

BARTLETT, George Alkin grazier near Morgan North-West Bend Murray River 1892[-1895] Memorial 19/416

BARTLETT, George James Ford teamster Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1899 Grant Book 24 Page 670 County Frome

No 1

BARTLETT, Harry painter Adelaide and Ann Bartlett his wife 1870 formerly Ann FERRETT widow Angaston relict of the late John Ferrett formerly of Angaston who died 6/11/1860 Memorials 214 & 215/246

No 2

BARTLETT, Harry sheep farmer and agricultural farmer Black Point Curramulka 1883[-1885] Memorial 239/351

BARTLETT, Harry farmer Stansbury 1900 Memorial 24/441

BARTLETT, Harry farmer Hahndorf Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1904 Grant Book 19 Page 340 County Fergusson

BARTLETT, Hurtle William carrier Milang 1936 Memorial 182/509

BARTLETT, J dairyfarmer Greenhill via Meadows 1953 Memorial 113/528

No 1

BARTLETT, James farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 383/98

No 2

BARTLETT, James farmer Coromandel Valley. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1858 Grant Book 1 Page 29 County Adelaide

BARTLETT, James farmer Coromandel Valley 1862 Memorial 84/181

BARTLETT, James farmer Coromandel Valley 1883 Application 19750

No 3

BARTLETT, James farmer Scott Creek near Nairne 1862 Memorial 233/210

BARTLETT, James gentleman Nairne, died c1893. Executors; John Young CROSSMAN farmer Scott Creek near Nairne and George HOWLAND farmer Scott Creek Memorial 116/444

BARTLETT, James gentleman Nairne, died 23/11/1893. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Bartlett. Estate worth £1,800. Widow Mary Ann Bartlett, died 17/2/1906, of senile decay, aged 90 Application 25124

No 4

BARTLETT, James market gardener Blackwood 1893 Application 22488

No 5

BARTLETT, James gentleman Goodwood Road 1894 Memorial 98/420

No 1

BARTLETT, Job labourer Kingston S-E 1868 Memorial 99/232

BARTLETT, Job butcher Lacepede Bay 1868 Memorial 153/233

BARTLETT, Job farmer Kingston S-E 1871 Memorial 95/251

BARTLETT, Job farmer near Lucindale, died 17/2/1888 intestate. Husband of Jane Bartlett, who lived at 71 Waymouth St, Adelaide, by 1895. On 25/4/1895, she remarried to George KAIRL widower and gentleman of Maylands Memorials 61 & 62/463

BARTLETT, Job farmer near Lucindale, died 17/2/1888 place unknown intestate. His widow, Jane Bartlett, took out letters of administration. Estate worth £100 Application 28238

No 1

BARTLETT, John bootmaker Adelaide (Leigh St) 1853[-1855] Memorial 341/60

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BARTLETT, John farmer Eyre Creek 1857[-1859] Memorial 167/127

BARTLETT, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1858 Memorial 331/139

BARTLETT, John farmer formerly of Watervale but now of Gawler River 1866 Memorial 157/212

BARTLETT, John farmer formerly of Gawler River but now of Bassett Town 1867 Memorial 101/220

BARTLETT, John farmer formerly of Bassett Town near Gawler 1867 but now of One Tree Hill 1869 Application 9902

No 3

BARTLETT, John stationman Langhorne Creek 1865[-1868] Memorial 186/202

No 4

BARTLETT, John farmer Springton 1866 Application 7308

No 5

BARTLETT, John farmer Stirling East Hundred of Appila land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 511 County Frome

BARTLETT, Nathaniel Charles and BARTLETT, Frederick farm labourers One Tree Hill 1896 Application 23100

BARTLETT, Oliver James farmer near Belair 1881[-1884] Memorial 166/330

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARTLETT, Robert farmer O'Halloran Hill 1891[-1897] Memorial 54/408, Application 23307

BARTLETT, Robert farmer Reynella 1903, declared that he was born in Coromandel Valley 48 years ago and lived there for the first 24 years of his life. The rest of the time, he lived in and around Adelaide Application 24645

No 1

BARTLETT, Samuel farmer Upper Sturt 1854[-1857] Memorial 65/70, Application 3497

No 2

BARTLETT, Samuel farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 28 County Adelaide

BARTLETT, Samuel farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 363/92

No 3

BARTLETT, Samuel farmer Saltia 1891 Memorial 172/409

No 1

BARTLETT, Thomas builder Adelaide 1854[-1862] Memorial 381/69

No 2

BARTLETT, Thomas farmer Scott Creek near Nairne 1865 Memorial 150/207

BARTLETT, Thomas farmer near Kanmantoo 1881 Application 18735

BARTLETT, Thomas farmer formerly of Scott Creek near Nairne but now of Murray Bridge 1887 Memorial 123/382

No 3

BARTLETT, Thomas blacksmith and engineer Balaklava Balaklava township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 26 Page 213 County Gawler

No 4

BARTLETT, Thomas wheelwright Pt Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 82 County Daly

No 5

BARTLETT, Thomas farmer Mallala. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

BARTLETT, Vivian Thomas dairy farmer Murray Bridge 1949 Application 28683

No 1

BARTLETT, William labourer Magill 1872 Memorial 42/258

BARTLETT, William labourer Magill linked with Emma Bartlett spinster Magill 1902 Memorial 42/446

No 2

BARTLETT, William the Younger of Telowie. Hundred of Telowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 774 County Frome

BARTLETT, William Caleb labourer Nailsworth 1853[-1855] Memorial 440/56

BARTLETT, William James and BARTLETT, Edwin Robert gentlemen Pt Lincoln 1909. ER Bartlett said that he had lived in Pt Lincoln for over 47 years Applications 25650 & 25692

BARTLETT, William Plater gentleman Nicholas Lane, London, England, power of attorney to James SMITH gentleman Adelaide, lately in the employ of August, Cooke and Co, as his attorney to manage Sections 2711, 2715 ‘on the Government maps’ 8/4/1843 Deposit 262/1854

BARTLETT, William Richard bootmaker Goolwa 1910 Application 25896

BARTLEY, George Andrew farmer Minlaton Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1890[-1895] Grant Book 19 Page 440 County Fergusson

No 1

BARTLEY, Hannibal farmer Houghton 1857 Memorial 126/131

BARTLEY, Hannibal farmer Chain of Ponds 1866 Memorial 249/222

BARTLEY, Hannibal farmer Towan Farm near Kersbrook, died 9/2/1891. He left all his estate to his son, William Bartley, provided he had looked after his father and also given him 10/- a week. If H Bartley had any money in his estate, it was to be divided equally between his two sons, William Bartley farmer Kersbrook and George Andrew Bartley farmer Minlaton. Estate worth £250. Was William John Andrew gardener Rhynie, a relative of Hannibal bartley? Application 22105

BARTLEY, Thomas HR clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1855[-1860] Memorial 106/83

No 1

BARTLEY, William gentleman Adelaide 1844 Memorial 482/3

BARTLEY, William Esquire Enfield 1852 Memorial 266/43.

BARTLEY, William Registrar to the Dioces of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 195/81

BARTLEY, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now on a voyage to Europe 1857 Memorial 216/116

No 2

BARTLEY, William farmer Kersbrook 1897 Application 23308

BARTLEY, William farmer Kersbrook 1899 Memorial 101/438

BARTON, Alec Roy farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1924 Grant Book 14 Page 147 County Daly

BARTON, Augustus P clerk to the Local Court Tanunda 1857 Memorial 321/123

BARTON, Benjamin Thomas painter formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Yankalilla, linked with George Burnard Barton blacksmith formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Yankalilla, Isaac Henry Barton farmer Pt Elliot and Joseph Charles Barton storekeeper Pt Elliot 1925. Formerly in partnership as J Barton & Sons Memorial 165/492

BARTON, Burnard garage proprietor Yankalilla. Christ Church Yankalilla trustee 1947 Memorial 49/521

BARTON, Caulfield surveyor Adelaide, power of attorney to Richard Chaffey BAKER, to purchase Crown Land pastoral leases 30/1/1880 on his behalf Deposit 249/1880

No 1

BARTON, Charles farmer Angaston 1849 Memorial 78/19

Gentleman Mexican Vale near Angaston 1850[-1851] Enrolment 20/16

BARTON, Charles Esquire formerly of Mexican Vale near Angaston but now of near Geelong Vic 1856 Memorial 53/110

BARTON, Charles gentleman formerly of Mexican Vale near Angaston but now of Anakie Vic 1858[-1863] Memorial 212/132

No 2 - perhaps the same person

BARTON, Charles gentleman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 11/61

BARTON, Charles shipwright Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13851

No 3

BARTON, Charles storekeeper Truro 1854 Memorial 434/74

BARTON, Charles gentleman Wheal Barton, about to leave SA for a period, power of attorney to James SMITH merchant Adelaide to manage his SA estates17/5/1855 Deposit 577/1855.

BARTON, Charles gentleman formerly of Wheal Barton but now absent from the said province 1855 Memorial 259/90

No 4 - perhaps the same person

BARTON, Charles shoemaker Reynella 1862 Application 3136

No 5

BARTON, Charles of Reynella 1885 Application 20521

BARTON, Charles land agent Kapunda Co Light. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1866 Grant Book 66 Page 148 County Manchester

BARTON, CA fruiterer Terowie 1887 Memorial 240/384

BARTON, Charles Edward builder Goolwa linked with Joseph George Barton machinist Goolwa 1881 Memorial 200/332

No 1

BARTON, Charles Hastings Esquire Tanunda 1856 Memorial 146/110

BARTON, Charles Hastings gentleman Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1866 Grant Book 2 Page 55 County Adelaide

BARTON, Charles Hastings land agent Adelaide 1866 Memorial 163/211

BARTON, Charles Hastings auctioneer Adelaide Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 292 County Gawler

BARTON, Charles Hastings formerly trading under the firm of BENNETT & Barton auctioneers, land brokers, money lenders and commission agents Adelaide and Kapunda, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 1/251

No 1 - perhaps a mixture of Elder and Younger

BARTON, Charles Howard gentleman North Adelaide 1861 Memorial 31/174

BARTON, Charles Howard the Younger of Cox Creek 1865 Memorial 14/203

BARTON, Charles Howard the Younger farmer Emu Flat 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 167 County Eyre

BARTON, Charles Howard gentleman Bridgewater 1885 Application 20694

BARTON, Charles Howard gentleman Cox Creek 1892 Application 22315

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARTON, Edmund clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1844[-1845] Memorial129/35

Clerk to HARDY & JAMES 1845 Memorial 472/5

BARTON, Edmund gardener Brownhill Creek, died date not stated. Father of Grainger Barton market gardener Brownhill Creek who turned 21 on 26/4/1869 Memorial 88/242

BARTON, Edmund farmer Brownhill Creek died 18/6/1864. He had obtained 20 acres of land in trust in 1851 from John GRAINGER Esquire, who returned to England in c1855. Grainger BARTON overseer Mooculta Station near Bourke NSW 1873 was Edmund Barton's youngest son. John Grainger said he would give him the Brownhill Creek land when he turned 21 on 21/9/1869. The Barton and Grainger families must have been related. Some confusion in the story as to whether Edmund Barton had actually bought the land or held it in trust for his son - at any rate, Grainger Barton came into possession of the land Application 12560

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BARTON, George of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 135/486

BARTON, George labourer Pine Forest near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 8/9

BARTON, George farmer Pine Forest. Hundred of Munno Para land grants 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 91 County Adelaide

BARTON, George farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 352/14

BARTON, George farmer Muno Para 1850 Memorial 99/28

No 2

BARTON, George blacksmith Yankalilla, aged 54 in 1942, declared that he had lived in the area for 28 years Application 28320

No 1

BARTON, George Burnard bodymaker, Isaac Henry Barton blacksmith and Joseph Charles Barton wheelwright all of Pt Elliot 1911 Memorial 61/464

BARTON, George Burnard bodymaker, Isaac Henry Barton blacksmith and Joseph Charles Barton wheelwright all of Pt Elliot 1911 Memorial 61/464

BARTON, Grainger formerly market gardener Brownhill Creek 1869 now overseer Mooculta Station near Bourke, Darling River Qld 1873 Application 12552

No 1

BARTON, Henry gentleman Adelaide 2/10/1839 Application 8356

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BARTON, Henry farmer Pt Elliot 1852[-1854]. Enrolment

BARTON, Henry licensed victualler Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 101/63

BARTON, Henry auctioneer Pt Elliot 1855[-1856] Memorial 367/87

BARTON, Henry storekeeper Middleton 1856 Memorial 340/109

Declared insolvent on 11/2/1857 Memorial 130/124

No 3

BARTON, Henry and William farmers Salisbury 1895 Application 22871

No 1

BARTON, James mariner Glenelg 1853 Memorial 394/51

No 2

BARTON, James farmer Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 324 County Daly

BARTON, James farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 325 County Daly

BARTON, James farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1881[-1902] Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

BARTON, James farmer Clinton 1882 Memorial 93/337

BARTON, James farmer Clinton Price township allotment land grant 1882[-1885] Grant Book 20 Page 25 County Fergusson

BARTON, James farmer Clinton Co Daly. Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

BARTON, James farmer Pt Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 139 County Daly

BARTON, James out of business New Parkside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 144 County Daly

No 1

BARTON, James Arthur farmer Pt Clinton 1903 Memorial 137/448

BARTON, James Arthur farmer Pt Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 141 County Daly

BARTON, James Arthur farmer Unley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1915 Grant Book 14 Page 146 County Daly

No 1

BARTON, John whaler Encounter Bay 1850 Memorial 42/27

BARTON, John whaler Encounter Bay died c1855. He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Barton Application 13913

No 1

BARTON, John Tuffs blacksmith Woodville 1854[-1855] Memorial 67/62

BARTON, John Tuffs formerly blacksmith Woodville but now farmer Saddleworth 1858 Memorials 266 & 267/132

BARTON, John Tuffs formerly blacksmith Woodville 1855 but now farmer near Saddleworth 1864 Application 5647

No 1

BARTON, Joseph sold Philip James OKE allotment 14 in Woodside for £4 on 23/4/1852. Husband of Caroline Barton. Witness Alexander SIMPSON. Barton bought the lot on 22/9/1851 from John DOLPHIN Deposits 106 &107/1859

No 2 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder & Younger

BARTON, Joseph the Younger carpenter Pt Elliot 1857[-1859] Memorial 22/118

BARTON, Joseph builder Pt Elliot 1859 Memorial 204/203

BARTON, Joseph the Younger licensed victualler Pt Elliot 1864 Memorial 72/199

BARTON, Joseph the Younger storekeeper Pt Elliot 1864 Application 5444

BARTON, Joseph Albert farmer near Clare 1896[-1902] Memorial 83/428

BARTON, Joseph Charles wheelwright Pt Elliot 1923 Memorial 96/487

BARTON, Joseph George machinist Goolwa 1881 Memorial 76/330

BARTON, Mary widow Salisbury formerly relict of the late John FITZGERALD formerly of Salisbury now deceased, died c1875. Bequests to her son, Gerald Fitzgerand and her grandchildren, Patrick and Ellen Fitzgerald Memorial 39/280

BARTON, Nita Mary married woman Pt Elliot 1917 Memorial 195/475

BARTON, Russell farmer Brownhill Creek 1854[-1859] Memorial 250/69

BARTON, Thomas porter Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 433/42

No 1

BARTON, Walter Charles blacksmith Kapunda 1870 Application 10824

BARTON, Walter Charles machinist Kapunda 1879 Book 13 Page 297 County Dalhousie

BARTON, Walter Charles machinist Kapunda 1880 Memorial 70/321

No 1

BARTON, Walter Charles of Quorn trustee Institute Quorn Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 14 County Newcastle

BARTON, Walter Charles machinist Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 49 Page 27 County Newcastle

BARTON, WC rep for MELLOR Bros machinists Quorn 1886 Memorial 155/375

BARTON, Walter Charles machinist Quorn 1887 Memorial 90/384

BARTON, WC JP of Machinah Quorn 1887[-1890] Memorial 48/388

No 1

BARTON, Wicksteed Charles gentleman Nairne 1878 Application 16885, Application 16885

BARTON, Wicksteed Charles gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 169/336

BARTON, Wicksteed Charles gentleman Mt Barker South, power of attorney to Gaven Forrest GARDNER agent Adelaide, to manage his property at Woodville 29/4/1885 Deposit 58/1885

BARTRAM, August Carl shoemaker Kensington 1854 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant Memorial 338/73, 389/76

BARTRAM, Charles Abraham farmer Inman Valley 1865 Application 6236

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BARTRAM, George bricklayer Kensington 1849 Memorial 367/17

BARTRAM, George of Yankalilla 1859 Application 268

BARTRAM, George farmer Dairy Flat near Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 144/185

BARTRAM, Henry farmer Oyster Bay 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 82 County Fergusson

No 1

BARTRAM, Jabez baker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 204/43

BARTRAM, Jabez farmer Pine Forest 1856 Memorial 120/108

BARTRAM, Jabez farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 142/113

BARTRAM, Jabez formerly farmer Pine Forest 1856 but now gentleman Riddell's Creek Vic 1861 Application 2560

BARTRAM, Joseph Charles carter Edithburgh 1921 Memorial 108/483

BARTRAM, Rupert George manager 33 Aberfeldy Ave, Woodville and Eileen Laura Bartram his wife 1953 Application 28954

No 1 - mixture of Elder and Younger

BARTSCH, Adam farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1853[-1867] Memorial 466/57

BARTSCH, Adam farmer near Light Pass 1855 Memorial 181/87

BARTSCH, Adam the Elder farmer Neukirk linked with Adam Bartsch the Younger farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1864 Memorial 150/195

BARTSCH, Albert Ferdinand and Wilhelm Hermann Bartsch of the Hundred of Schomburgk 1887 Memorial 243/387

BARTSCH, Frank Hugo and Maxwell Frank Bartsch farmers Macclesfield 1937[-1947] Memorial 172/510

BARTSCH, H teacher Peep Hill 1887 Memorial 120/386

BARTSCH, Heinrich August farmer near Truro 1891 Application 22139

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BARTSCH, Johann August farmer Hundred of Moorooroo 1861 Memorial 324/174

BARTSCH, Johann August farmer Moculta 1884 Memorial 152/357

No 2- perhaps a continuation of No 1

BARTSCH, Johann August of Melrose 1896 Memorial 47/428

No 1

BARTSCH, Samuel farmer Hahndorf 1851 Memorial 33/32

BARTSCH, Samuel farmer formerly of Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf but now of near Tanunda 1853 Memorial 243/58

No 1 - probably the same person

BARTSCH, Wilhelm Hermann farmer Peep Hill 1885 Memorial 49/369

BARTSCH, Wilhelm Hermann farmer linked with Section 50 Hundred of Schomburgk Co Burra 1887 Memorial 243/387

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

BARTSCH, Wilhelm Hermann teacher Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 4 County Chandos

BARTUSCH, Martin of Rheinthal Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 180 County Sturt

No 1

BARTY, John, Thomas and William farmers Tungkillo 1859[-1863] Memorial 28/152

BARTY, John died 27/3/1863; His widow, Elizabeth Barty, married William JOICE/JOYCE on 12/3/1877 at Brompton and James Barty turned 21 on 27/1/1878; Maria Barty now the wife of Charles St CLAIR turned 21 on 26/2/1880. William Barty farmer Prairie Gardens near Millbrook Memorial 68/323

BARTY, John farmer Chain of Ponds died 27/3/1863. He left his land in trust for his wife, Elizabeth Barty nee PELL, for life or remarriage; then to his two children until the youngest turned 21 and the land had to be sold for their equal benefit. Son James Barty born 27/1/1857 Chain of Ponds; daughter Maria Barty born 26/2/1859 Chain of Ponds. The widow Elizabeth Barty 59 Cudlee Creek (Father: William PELL) remarried to William JOICE 63 widower farmer Chain of Ponds (Father: John Joyce) on 12/3/1877 Rev'd James ROBERTS' home Brompton. Witnesses: John RIDCLIFT Minister Brompton and Ann ROBERTS of Brompton Application 18062

No 2

BARTY, John farmer Maitland 1887 Memorial 5/384

BARTY, Thomas gardener Payneham 1874 Memorial 205/271

No 1

BARTY, William farmer [formerly of Tungkillo but now of] Prairie Gardens near Millbrook 1880 Memorial 68/323

BARTY, William gardener Millbrook 1880 Application 18062

BARTY, William gardener Payneham 1891 Application 21999

No 1

BARUH, Daniel doctor of medicine Adelaide (Currie St) and Eleanor Baruh his wife 1854 Memorial 206/62

BARUH, Daniel doctor of medicine Inverbrackie 1859 Memorial 328/203

No 1 - perhaps linked with the previous entry

BARUH, Louis Albert Eduard insurance agent Sydney (Good Hope St) NSW and Matilda Baruh his wife formerly Matilda WYATT daughter of the late Adolphus Valentine Wyatt formerly storekeeper Port Road near Adelaide now deceased 1887 Memorial 201/387

BARWELL, Henry Charles merchant's clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 2/330

No 1

BARWELL, Henry N articled clerk Adelaide 1896 Memorial 197/428

BARWELL, Henry Newman solicitor Pt Pirie 1901 Memorial 173/443

BARWICK, Alfred railway clerk Adelaide 1871 Memorial 52/254

No 1

BARWICK, Frank Clifford labourer Pt Lincoln 1928 Application 27697

BARWICK, Frank Clifford wharf labourer Pt Lincoln, died 27/7/1941. His wife was called Emily May Barwick Application 29216

BASCOMBE, Caroline Louisa married woman Pt Lincoln 1906 Memorial 110/454

BASCOMBE, Francis farmer Hay Flat Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 166/74

BASCOMBE, Herbert Heath ironworker Pt Lincoln 1920 Memorial 166/481

No 1 - probably a mixture of Elder and Younger

BASCOMBE, John sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1872 Memorial 121/263

BASCOMBE, John sheep farmer Terre near Pt Lincoln, died c1881. Husband of Elizabeth Bascomb. William Bascomb sheep farmer Terre near Pt Lincoln his eldest son and heir at law Memorial 136/330

BASCOMBE, Elizabeth widow Terre near Pt Lincoln relict of the late John Bascomb sheep farmer near Pt Lincoln who died 9/1/1878 Memorial 177/307

BASCOMBE, John station hand Tungalla married Elizabeth SPALDING spinster Tungalla on 9/1/1886. Witnesses: John C HAMP JP clerk of Bramfield and Esther TUCKNOTT of Tungalla. Elizabeth Bascomb died intestate 23/11/1891 Tungalla Memorials 155 & 156/424

BASCOMBE, John grazier Elliston, died 27/9/1929 Mt Wedge via Elliston. Estate worth £38,531 Memorial 83/503

No 2

BASCOMBE, John farmer North Shields near Pt Lincoln 1929 Memorial 177/501

BASCOMBE, Roy Abraham contractor Pt Lincoln 1944 Memorial 80/518

No 1

BASCOMBE, Thomas was squatting on Block 59 on Boston Island near Pt Lincoln 1870 Application 10769

BASCOMBE, Thomas farmer Pt Lincoln 1912, declared that he had lived in the district for over 46 years Application 26118

BASCOMBE, Thomas Heath and MAYNE, George Murray Cathcart motor garage proprietors Pt Lincoln 1929 Application 27780

No 1

BASCOMBE, William sheepfarmer Terre Hundred of Ward land grant 1881 Grant Book 48 Page 11 County Musgrave

BASCOMBE, William sheep farmer Terre 1882 Memorial 134/345

No 1 – the Elder

BASEBY, Benjamin butcher Adelaide 1849 Memorial 65/17

BASEBY, Elizabeth widow near Mannum 1870 Memorial 197/249

BASEBY, Elizabeth widow Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1895 Grant Book 58 Page 45 County Sturt

No 1 – the Younger

BASEBY, Benjamin of Mannum 1884 Memorial 193/362

BASEBY, Benjamin butcher Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1895 Grant Book 58 Page 45 County Sturt

No 1

BASEDOW, Bernhard vigneron Happy Valley 1909[-1915] Memorial 17/462, Application 26421

BASEDOW, Bernhard vigneron Horndale Happy Valley linked with the Horndale Distillery Co of Grenfell Buildings, Adelaide. Director ER TAYLOR; Secretary Fred A GRACE 1910 Memorial 180/462

BASEDOW, Johannes of Tanunda 1879 Memorial 179/315

BASEDOW, Martin Peter Friedrich schoolmaster Tanunda 1853[-1858] Memorial 358/59

BASEDOW, Wilhelm and Otto LAURENTI storekeepers Caltowie trading as W Basedow & Co 1887[-1888] Memorial 87/383

BASENKO, Benjamin gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 334/83

BASFORD, T undertaker's assistant Goodwood 1910 Application 26509

No 1

BASFORD, William Frederick engineeer Bassett Town near Gawler 1862 Memorial 207/185

BASFORD, William Frederick engineer Gawler South 1865 Memorial 148/202

BASFORD, William Frederick engineer Gawler 1869 Memorial 230/236

BASFORD, William Frederick engineer formerly of Gawler South but now of Adelaide, died 3/11/1888. Estate worth £150. He left his personal estate to his wife, Elizabeth Basford. His real estate in trust with Alfred John WOODMAN cabinetmaker Gawler, for the use of Elizabeth Basford for life or until her remarriage, then the property to be sold and the proceeds invested for the maintenance of the Basford children until the youngest child turned 21, and then the children to inherit the proceeds in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant 1873 Application 27097

BASHAM, Alfred George farmer Cradock linked with Jonathan Basham farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1886 Memorial 3/379

BASHAM, Bernard Horatio farmer Pt Elliot, aged 46 in 1956, declared that he had lived in Pt Elliot all his life Application 29154

No 1 - probably the same person

BASHAM, Charles Abraham cabinetmaker North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 310/61

BASHAM, Charles cabinetmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 202/60

BASHAM, Charles Abraham farmer Pt Elliot 1861 Memorial 258/180

BASHAM, Charles Abraham gentleman formerly of Pt Elliot now of Wendouree Parade Ballarat Vic 1903. Linked with Charles William Hussey Basham farmer Pt Elliot Application 24621

BASHAM, Charles Abraham formerly farmer Middleton but then gentleman Ballarat Vic late of East Mitcham Vic, died 7/7/1907. Father of Charles William Hussey Basham farmer near Pt Elliot Memorial 245/457

BASHAM, Charles William farmer Qualco. Qualco Cemetery trustee 1906 Grant Book 3 Page 96 County Albert

BASHAM, Charles William Hussey farmer Pt Elliot 1926 Application 27506

No 1

BASHAM, Frederick farmer and grazier Hindmarsh Valley 1897[-1922] Memorials 222/430, 173/486

BASHAM, Frederick farmer and grazier formerly of Hindmarsh Valley but now of Gawler 1931, declared that he had been born on 20/6/1863 Application 27765

BASHAM, Hubert James farmer Pt Elliot 1926 Application 27505

No 1

BASHAM, Jonathan farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1858 Memorial 270/140

BASHAM, Jonathan farmer Hindmarsh Valley, died 13/11/1905. Executors; Ernest Jonathan Basham farmer Hindmarsh Valley and Albert BATTYE storekeeper Victor Harbor Memorial 118/454

BASHAM, Rosaline spinster Hindmarsh Valley near Victor Harbor, died 13/4/1950. Aunt of Ernest Frederick John PRATTEN dairyfarmer Hindmarsh Valley Memorial 79/525

BASHAM, Sampson Senr labourer Willunga, died c1846, leaving his estate to his wife, Phillipa Basham, to be responsible for sharing assets amongst their children. Thomas ATKINSON JP married one of the daughters. Will declared invalid, because only one witness had signed it. The eldest son, Sampson Basham Junr slate merchant Willunga, inherited his father’s estate as heir at law 1882 Application 19379

No 1

BASHAM, William carrier Adelaide 1839 Application 19029.

BASHAM , William farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1856 Memorial 52/103

BASHAM, William Esquire Hindmarsh Valley 1863 Memorial 180/385

BASHAM, William stockholder Hindmarsh Valley linked with William John Basham upholsterer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1863 Memorial 63/192

BASHAM, WIlliam miller Pt Elliot 1871 Memorial 2/251

BASHAM, William dairyman formerly of the Port Road near Adelaide 1841 but now of Hindmarsh Valley 1876 Application 15628

BASHAM, WIlliam farmer formerly of Hindmarsh Valley but then of Pt Elliot, died 15/4/1886. He gave his sons, Jonathan Basham, William John Basham and Charles Abraham Basham, a life interest in trust in certain real estate then to go to their eldest son absolutely in remainder expectant or failing male heirs to their heirs general. The rest of the estate to be sold and the proceeds to go one ninth each to his three sons; the rest to go equally to the five sons of the testator's daughter Susan Basham by her first husband William CLARK deceased and the daughter by her second husband Colin MCKENZIE Memorial 171/377

No 1

BASHAM, WIlliam John and Charles Abraham cabinetmakers Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851[-1854] Memorial 476/34

BASHAM, William John and Charles Abraham cabinetmakers North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 310/61

BASHAM, William John storekeeper Pt Elliot Co Hindmarsh. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 416 County Victoria

No 1

BASHEER, Adnan and Naime storekeepers Kingston S-E 1935 Memorial 89/509

BASHEER, Adnan and Naime Basheer drapers Kingston S-E 1938 Application 28178

BASHEER, Adnan and Naime storekeepers Kingston S-E 1946 Application 28452

BASHEER, Naime draper Kingston S-E 1931 Memorial 198/504

BASLEY, Alfred farm labourer Kanyaka 1889 Memorial 247/398

BASLEY, Edwin Albert teacher Hughes Gap 1901 Memorial 45/442

BASLEY, James farmer Allandale North Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 499 County Frome

No 1

BASLEY, John farmer Gordon trustee Bible Christian Chapel Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

BASLEY, John gentleman Kapunda 1892 Application 22233

No 1

BASNETT, GD of Freeman St, Adelaide and Emily Ada Basnett his wife 1894 Application 22805

BASNETT, George Dodsworth leather merchant Adelaide 1918 Memorial 119/476

No 1

BASS, Thomas draper Adelaide Aug 1851 Memorial 169/38.

Brewer of Kensington Dec 1851 Memorial 170/38.

BASS, Thomas draper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 205/83

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BASS, Thomas auctioneer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 158/74

BASS, Thomas auctioneer formerly of Adelaide but now of Van Diemen's Land 1855 Memorial 189/90

Gentleman Launceston 1857 Memorial 180/127

BASSE, Annie widow 29 Dutton Tce, Medindie 1919 Memorial 196/477

BASSE, Frederick jeweller Adelaide (Rundle St), died 17/4/1913 Walkerville. Husband of Minna Annie Basse. Godfather of Fritz HOMBURG son of F Basse's friend, Robert Homburg Supreme Court Judge. Friend of Hermann Homburg solicitor Adelaide. Employer of Maggie DENT servant in the Basse household. Assistant in his business Minna KLEEMANN. Estate worth £25,000 Memorial 135/469

No 1

BASSET, Frederick William gentleman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 376/160

BASSET, Frederick William gentleman Strathalbyn 1859 Memorial 375/160

BASSET, Frederick William gentleman formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Alfred Place, Brixton, Surrey, England 1861 Memorial 233/175

BASSET, Frederick William formerly Esquire Strathalbyn but late of 8 Glaskin Rd, Wells St, Hackney, Middlesex, England, died 21/9/1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eleanor Basset. By 1881 she was living at 2a Bolton St, St Marks Rd, Kennington, Surrey Application 18628

BASSET, Frederick William gentleman formerly of Strathalbyn SA, but then of Glaskin Road, Hackney, Middlesex, England, died 24/8/1858. Estate to his widow, Eleanor Basset. She gave power of attorney to Charles Joseph GRAY able seaman 2 Bolton St, St Mack’s Road, Kennington, Surrey, now on his voyage to Australia in the steamship Lusitania, her lawful attorney to sell land in Milang she had inherited from her husband 19/12/1878 Deposit 62/1881

BASSETT, Albert grocer Bowden 1913 Application 26216

BASSETT, Arthur John teamster Brompton, died 7/12/1919. Husband of Mary Eveline Bassett of Clifton St Extension, Prospect. Brother of Richard Henry Bassett motor driver Bowden 1920 Memorial 17/481

No 1

BASSETT, Frederick Farmer agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 116/342

BASSETT, Frederick Farmer clerk East Adelaide 1888[-1890] Memorial 234/390

BASSETT, George Voster publican Bassett Town 1887 Application 21201

BASSETT, Henry carter Brompton 1864 Application 5092

No 1

BASSETT, James schoolmaster Willunga 1849 Trustee McLaren Vale Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Memorial 375/23

No 2

BASSETT, James widower Baptist Minister Adelaide (Father: James Bassett) married Eliza COX spinster Walkerville (Father; Richard Cox) on 31/3/1868 W PYBUS residence Walkerville. Minister: John KITHER. Witnesses: W Pybus engineer Walkerville, Ellen Pybus of Walkerville, and Janet MARTIN of Enfield Application 27143

BASSETT, James Baptist minister Adelaide and Eliza Bassett his wife formerly Eliza COX spinster 1869 Memorial 199/240

BASSETT, James Baptist minister formerly of Adelaide but now of Collingwood Vic and Eliza Bassett his wife formerly Eliza COX spinster daughter of Richard Cox (married 31/3/1868 Adelaide). Other daughters of Richard Cox included Sarah PYBUS, Mary Ann HAGEDORN wife of Friedrich Hagedorn painter Adelaide and Emma WYER wife of Charles Wyer 1872 Memorial 184/262

BASSETT, James Bailey teacher Willunga, died 4/2/1875, of laryngitis, aged 64 Application 24943

BASSETT, James James and John gentlemen Adelaide 1857 Memorial 200/121

No 1 - mixture of Elder and Younger

BASSETT, John miner Bowden 1846 Memorial 52/75

Storekeeper Bowden 1851[-1853] Memorial 51/75

BASSETT, John the Elder labourer Bowden 1857 Memorial 101/126

BASSETT, John farmer Brompton 1855 He had died by 1879. Husband of Ann Bassett Application 17635.

BASSETT, John farmer Brompton 1855 Memorial 78/81

BASSETT, John storekeeper Bowden 1860 Application 1904

BASSETT, John storekeeper Bowden 1861 Memorial 43/176

BASSETT, John storekeeper Bowden, died date unstated leaving four children - Richard Bassett, Henry Rosette Bassett, William Bassett and Ann Maria ARTHUR nee Bassett 1881. John Bassett's widow, Ann Bassett, died 15/2/1881 Application 18448

BASSETT, Ann widow Alma 1871 Application 11661

BASSETT, Ann storekeeper Bowden 1873 Memorial 84/267

BASSETT, Ann widow Bowden 1879 Memorial 1/317

BASSETT, Ann widow Bowden 1880 Application 18025

BASSETT, Ann widow Bowden, died 15/2/1881 Memorial 99/330

BASSETT, John the Younger farmer Alma 1865 Application 6023

BASSETT, Richard labourer Bowden 1873[-1879] Memorial 64/270

BASSETT, Richard teamster Bowden 1881 Application 18448

BASSETT, Richard teamster Brompton 1894 Application 22809

BASSETT, Richard teamster and wood merchant Brompton, died 10/4/1906. Husband of Emma Basett. Sons called Arthur John Bassett and Richard Bassett. Daughters called Elizabeth Ann Bassett no description and Eva Emma Bassett. Estate worth £2,850. Arthur John Bassett of Clifton St Extension, Prospect, died 7/12/1919. Husband of Mary Eveline Bassett. His estate worth £1,150 Application 26941

BASSETT, Richard Henry carter 46 Gibson St, Bowden, aged 65 in 1947, declared that he had been born in Fifth St, Bowden, and had remained in the village all his life Application 28525

BASSETT, Thomas mason Bowden 1860 Application 1012

No 1

BASSETT, William yeoman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 417/4

BASSETT, William farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 490/63

BASSETT, William licensed victualler Evanston 1857 Memorial 4/128

BASSETT, William licensed victualler Bassett Town 1858 Memorial 344/136

BASSETT, William licensed victualler The Engine and Driver Bassett Town 1861 Memorial 71/172

BASSETT, William licensed victualler Wheat Sheaf Inn near Gawler 1867 Memorial 91/219

BASSETT, Elizabeth widow of William Bassett the Elder innkeeper Bassett Town, died 13/7/1864, of bronchitis, aged 66 Application 26611

BASSETT, William the Younger builder Bassett Town, died 12/4/1909. His estate worth £800. His wife, Emilie Bassett, to have all the cash. The rest of the personal estate to be sold to form a trust fund. All real estate to be rented out on no more than a 7 year lease. The income from rents and interest to go to the widow, Emilie Bassett, during her life or widowhood. His sons to inherit the trust fund and real estate after Emilie Bassett's death. Estate worth £800. Emilie Bassett widow Halifax St, Adelaide, relict of William Bassett the Younger, died 15/8/1916, of senile decay, aged 84. Born in Magdeburg, Prussian Saxony. In SA 63 years. Married at 23. 4 sons living and 2 daughters deceased. Frederick William Britain Bassett compositor Norwood and William John Horace Bassett formerly saddler now District Council Clerk Gawler 1917 were sons Application 26611

BASSETT, William John labourer formerly of Peterborough but then of Bowden, died 24/3/1926. WJ Bassetts married on 15//10/1902. It appears that WJ Bassett was a son of John and Anne Bassett of Bowden. Ann Bassett gave her son, WJ Bassett, a life interest in trust in this allotment at Bowden, which then went to his sons absolutely in remainder expectant after his death. WJ Bassett's widow, Clara Jane Bassett nee DAWSON, lived at 23 Second St, Bowden in 1962,Application 29481

No 1

BASSINGWAITE, James dealer Launceston VDL. Possibly a family link with Benjamin HYRONS licensed victualler Launceston VDL and Mahala Hyrons his wife who owned land in SA 1846 Memorial 3/170

BASSINGWAITE, James gentleman Adelaide took out a lease over the New Bushman's Inn Murray St, Gawler 1849 Memorial 98/15

BASSINGWAITE, James publican Adelaide took out a lease over the Morning Star Hotel Chain of Ponds 1850 Memorial 355/28

BASSINGWAITE, James publican Chain of Ponds became a bankrupt in 1852 Memorial 10/170

BASTAIN, Frank master mariner Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 64/275

BASTARD, J Postmaster North Parade, Pt Adelaide 1908 Application 25484

No 1

BASTARD, George Thomas clerk of the local court Gladstone 1885[-1887] Memorial 248/365

BASTARD, George Thomas official receiver to the local court of insolvency Gladstone 1887 Memorial 33/382

No 1

BASTARD, John gentleman Clare 1870 Memorial 52/247

BASTARD, John postmaster Clare 1873[-1874] Memorial 91/268

No 1 - probably the same person

BASTARD, R clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 83/462

BASTARD, Robert Charles bathing house keeper Adelaide took out a 7-year lease of the City Baths King William St, Adelaide, at £200 a year 1894 Memorial 247/424

BASTARD, Robert Charles JP of Adelaide 1912 Memorial 201/466

BASTARD, Sydney John bank clerk Esplanade, Henley Beach changed his name to Sydney John BAVISTOCK 1929 Memorial 144/502

BASTARD, TB cordial manufacturer Susan St, Hindmarsh 1908 Application 25484

No 1

BASTIAN, Alfred 30 widower carter Ross Creek (Father: Henry Bastian), married 5/6/1869 Alfred Bastian home Ross Creek, to Priscilla DUNSTAN 26 spinster Ross Creek (Father: John Dunstan). Minister: J HANCOCK. Witnesses: John THOMAS carter Moonta, John DUNSTAN farmer Ross Creek Application 21266

BASTIAN, Alfred carrier Ross Creek heir at law of the late Henry Bastian of Kapunda 1871 Application 11666

BASTIAN, Alfred of Hawker's Creek 1874 Application 13264

No 2

BASTIAN, Alfred farmer Booleroo trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

BASTIAN, Alfred farmer Kapunda Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 626 County Frome

No 3

BASTIAN, Alfred grazier Clare and Rose Bastian his wife 1929 Application 28985

BASTIAN, Francis George master mariner Portland Estate 1875 [Apparently also known as Frank Bastian] Application 14567

No 1

BASTIAN, Henry miner Kapunda 1851[-1856] Memorial 333/35

BASTIAN, Henry miner Ross Creek near Kapunda, died 14/5/1858 intestate, of consumption, aged 58. His wife Ann Bastian, died 12/1/1871 , of phthisis pulmonalis, aged 68. The Bastians had four sons. The eldest, Henry Bastian Junr died in England while an infant, the second son, also named Henry, died in the Kapunda Mines c1852 while still a youth, the third son Alfred Bastian carrier Ross Creek inherited his father’s estate as heir at law, including two allotments (Lots 134, 135) in Kapunda, where he lived. Elizabeth BARKELL wife of Edward Barkell miner Moonta, stated that she was the Bastians’ eldest daughter. William AXFORD miner Moonta, stated that he had known Henry and Anne Bastian well for some 40 years Application 11666

No 2

BASTIAN, Henry labourer Willunga 1855 Memorial 305/81

BASTIAN, Henry labourer formerly of Willunga but now in the colony of Victoria 1863 Memorial 121/188

No 1

BASTIAN, John farmer and Sampson Bastian slate dresser Willunga 1851 Memorial 376/29

BASTIAN, John and Stephen farmers Willunga 1853 Memorial 444/60

BASTIAN, John farmer Willunga 1860[-1872] Memorial 221/206

No 1

BASTIAN, John Henry and Stephen Arthur Bastian farmers North Unley 1919 Memorial 20/478

BASTIAN, John Henry and BASTIAN, Stephen Arthur farmers North Unley 1919, owned land together at Encounter Bay, which they leased to Joseph John CROSSMAN farmer Inman Valley Application 26791

BASTIAN, Richard miner Kooringa 1856 Memorial 150/151

No 1

BASTIAN, Sampson quarryman Willunga 1849 Memorial 483/15

Miner Willunga 1849 Trustee McLaren Vale Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Memorial 375/23

BASTIAN, Sampson slate merchant Willunga had retired by 1888 Memorial 97/393

BASTIAN, Philippa widow Willunga 1861. She could not write Application 2200

BASTIAN, Philippa widow of Sampson Bastian farmer Willunga, died 22/6/1872. Estate worth £240. Executors: sons-in-law Thomas Atkinson farmer Willunga (Jane Atkinson) and John SHEPHERD farmer Blyth Plains (Philippa Shepherd). Another daughter Elizabeth HILL. Another daughter, Ann Bastian, died unmarried. Son Stephen Bastian farmer Boucaut 1887, Son John Bastian gentleman Boucaut, died 24/5/1887, of apoplexy, aged 62. Son Thomas Henry Bastian farmer Boucaut, died 27/3/1879, of brain concussion, aged 37 (His mother provided land for him for life at Willunga under a very complicated trusteeship) Application 21305

No 1

BASTIAN, Stephen farmer Koolunga linked with John Bastian farmer Willunga 1880 Memorial 10/322

BASTIAN, Stephen farmer Boucaut trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

BASTIAN, Thomas Henry farmer Willunga 1860[-1872] linked with Philippa Bastian widow Willunga Memorial 230/165

BASTIN, John commercial traveller Adelaide 1871[-1885] Memorial 129/253, Application 12759

No 1

BASTON, William miner Burra Burra Mine 1847 Memorial 434/14

BASTON, William yeoman Bowden 1854 Memorial 264/70

BASTON, WIlliam miner Bowden 1855 Memorial 342/79

BASTEN, William miner Bowden 1856 Memorial 321/95

BASTEN, William labourer Bowden 1856 Memorial 392/100

BASTAN, William [formerly labourer Burra Burra Mine but then] storekeeper Bowden and Eliza Bastan his wife 1856 Memorial 261/110

BASTAN/BASTEN/BASTION/BASTIAN, Eliza widow Bowden 1865 Memorial 264/207

BASTAN/BASTEN/BASTON, Eliza widow Bowden relict of the late William Basten, died c1866. She left the whole of her real and personal estate to her niece, Elizabeth NICHOLLS wife of Henry Nicholls of Bowden Memorial 182/219

BASTEN, Eliza widow Bowden, died 26/2/1867, of paralysis, aged 67. All estate to her niece Elizabeth NICHOLLS, wife of Henry Nicholls miner Bowden. Witnesses to the will; William BARNETT baker Bowden and Thomas Henry LUND labourer Hindmarsh Deposit 135/1867.

BASTOW, Robert labourer Thebarton 1882 Application 19361

BATARA, George J clerk Laura 1882 Memorial 142/342

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

BATCH, John market gardener The Paradise near Adelaide 1855 Memorial 240/82

BATCH, John labourer Adelaide 1871[-1874] Memorial 61/254

BATCHELOR, FV of Stirling East 1895 Memorial 12/425

BATCHELOR, HE clerk to Messrs LYONS & LEADER land agents Adelaide 1882 Memorial 217/340

No 1

BATCHELOR, James labourer Gawler West 1867 Memorial 243/232

BATCHELOR, James labourer Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

BATCHELOR, William George Frederick civil servant Albermarle St, West Hindmarsh, died 29/9/1927, of myocardial degeneration and spondylitis deformans, aged 61. Born in Kooringa. Married aged 21. 3 sons and 1 daughter living Memorial 113/515

No 1

BATCHELOR, William Henry painter Kooringa 1872 Memorial 123/259

BATCHELOR, Beatrice Maude Bruse 29 spinster Kooringa (Father: William Henry Batchelor) married Charles Hope HAGUE 31 bachelor bank clerk Kooringa (Father: James Hague) on 25/11/1901 St Mary's Kooringa. Minister: Wilfred GM MURPHY. Witnesses: Florence G GILES Kooringa and Raliph L Giles clerk Redruth. Florence Gertrude BATCHELOR 31 spinster Kooringa (Father: William Henry Batchelor) married Ralph Lonsdale GILES 38 Clerk of Court Redruth (Father: Robert Giles) on 30/8/1900 St Mary's Kooringa. Minister: Wilfred GM MURPHY. Witnesses: Eleanor WHITE North Unley and C Hope HAGUE bank clerk Kooringa Application 25253

No 1

BATE, Henry butcher Adelaide (Grenfell St) took over premises on Pt TA 96 vacated when butcher Richard SANDERS became a bankrupt 1852 Memorial 474/45

BATE, Henry butcher Adelaide 1857 Memorial 230/122

BATE, Henry formerly butcher but now out of business Adelaide 1875 Memorial 57/282

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BATE, James mechanic Pt Adelaide 1850[-1856] Memorial 245/25

BATE, James Senr mariner Marmaduke St, Wapping, Middlesex, England (Father: Jesse Bate joiner) married Sarah BRIGHT full age spinster William St, Wapping (Father: James Bright gentleman) 12/9/1841 St John's Wapping. Daughter Sally Bate born 14/7/1842 Ladywell, near Lewisham, Kent. George (born 8.40pm) and James Bate Junr born (8.30pm) 1/7/1845 Littleburn, near Barham, Kent, England. The family emigrated to SA. James Bate Senr mechanic Queenstown 1850 bought Lot 121 Queenstown facing the New Port Road. James Bate Senr ship's steward Pt Adelaide, died 9/9/1858 intestate Pt Adelaide, from severe privation and exposure during a passage from Batavia, aged 50. James Bate Junr farmer Hoyleton 1875 inherited as heir at law by 10 mins to his father's estate Application 14249

BATE, James the Younger farmer Hoyleton 1875, heir at law of the late James Bate formerly mechanic Pt Adelaide and Queenstown 1856 Application 14249

No 1

BATE, Jonathan watchmaker Rundle St, opposite the Globe Hotel 1867. By 1914, he lived at 26 Queen St, Norwood. Thomas Stanhope Bate labourer Adelaide 1854 was an uncle to Jonathan Bate. TS Bate died 3/5/1871 intestate and a bachelor in Victoria. Jonathan Bate took over his land (allotment 45) in Ann St, Stepney. Charles HEATH formerly nightwatchman now out of business Gouger St, Adelaide had been a good friend of Jonathan Bate's since the late 1860s Application 26352

BATE, Jonathan watchmaker Kensington 1876 Memorial 3/292

BATE, Thomas Stanhope labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 421/78

No 1

BATEMAN, Joseph labourer Kensington and Jane Bateman his wife 1882 formerly Jane WARD widow Nairne. The Batemans married on 24/12/1870 Memorial 198/338 & RPA Search 1797

BATEMAN, Joseph labourer Kensington and Jane Bateman his wife formerly Jane WARD widow [she owned land in Nairne] 1882 Memorial 207/339

BATEMAN, Joseph labourer Kensington. Kensington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1883[-1901] Memorial 35/354

BATEMAN, Jane widow Nairne, died 16/4/1916 intestate. Mother of Edward WARD gripman 27 Horne St, East Brunswick Vic, George Ward driver Kenilworth Rd, Parkside, Joseph Bateman foreman Arthur's Court, Adelaide and Louisa ALCOCK married woman Camelia Rd, North Perth WA Memorial 93/478

BATEMAN, Mary Elizabeth of Millicent linked with the estate of the late William WYLIE no description 1896 Memorial 192/427

BATEMAN, RD credit officer Victoria St, Mile End 1936 Memorial 46/510

No 1

BATEMAN, Simeon farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 200 County Grey

BATEMAN, Simeon farmer Millicent 1887 Memorial 228/387

BATES, Adrian William secretary 41 Kyeema Ave, Cumberland Park Secretary of Geo MCEWIN & Son Pty Ltd formerly Geo McEwin & Son Ltd Glen Ewin Houghton 1973 Application 29856.

BATES, Alfred Henry Esquire Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 470/30.

Gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Station Peak near Geelong Vic 1854 Memorial 361/72

No 1

BATES, Benjamin farmer Gawler 1855 Memorial 66/90

BATES, Benjamin labourer Gawler 1857 Memorial 15/122

BATES, Benjamin carter Gawler 1858 Memorial 39/138

BATES, Benjamin farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 84 County Daly

No 1

BATES, Charles labourer Beverley 1850 Memorial438/20 Farmer Port Road 1853 Memorial 87/56

BATES, Charles carrier Port Road 1854 Memorial 286/75

BATES, Charles labourer Beverley 1854 Memorial 413/75

BATES, Elizabeth widow Yankalilla, died 29/5/1866 intestate. Mother of Joseph Bates her heir at law canvasser Marryatville 1916 Memorial 116/474 & RPA Search 1229

No 1 – the Elder and the Younger

BATES, Ephraim Steen farmer Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1861 Grant Book 66 Page 64 County Carnarvon

BATES, Ephraim Steen the Younger farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882[-1889] Grant Book 11 Page 8 County Carnarvon

BATES, Ephraim Steen linked with Section 313 Hundred of Dudley Kangaroo Island 1891 Memorial 220/406

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BATES, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 280/30

BATES, George labourer Alberton 1854 Memorial 308/75

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BATES, George engine driver Adelaide 1877[-1880] Memorial 20/300

No 1

BATES, George James farmer Cuttle Fish Kangaroo Island. Penneshaw (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 38 County Carnarvon

BATES, George James farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 10 County Carnarvon

BATES, George James of Emu Bay Kangaroo Island 1887 Memorial 38/385

No 1

BATES, Harold Walker farmer Hundred of Wirrega Co Buckingham 1885 Memorial 59/369

BATES, Harold Walker farmer Hundred of Ridley trustee unnamed School Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

No 1

BATES, Henry carrier Adelaide 1849 Memorial 44/17

BATES, Henry butcher Adelaide 1849 Memorial 348/194

No 1 – probably the same person

BATES, Henry Frederick mail contractor Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Sapphiretown (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 11 Page 2 County Carnarvon

BATES, Henry Frederick farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1882 Memorial 217/343

BATES, Henry Frederick farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1912 Grant Book 11 Page 17 County Carnarvon

No 1

BATES, James of Becksley 1849 Memorial 188/14

BATES, James farmer The Sturt 1849 Memorial 33/15

BATES, James yeoman Marion 1855[-1859] Memorial 390/81

BATES, James farmer Marion, died 3/3/1897. His widow, Mary Ann Bates, died 23/10/1897. Julia Ann PALMER wife of Thomas Palmer painter New Glenelg was a daughter 1898 Application 23594

No 2

BATES, James farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1882 Memorial 178/345

BATES, James Griffiths storekeeper Willunga 1955[-1956] Memorial 134/530

No 1

BATES, James Watkins schoolmaster Encounter Bay 1868[-1869] Application 9361, Memorial 211/239

BATES, James Watkins schoolmaster Chain of Ponds 1869 Application 10357

BATES, James Watkins gentleman Currency Creek 1883 Application 19963.

BATES, John coachman Sandergrove 1882 Application 19455

No 1

BATES, Joseph Henry farmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1912 Grant Book 11 Page 69 County Carnarvon

BATES, Joseph Henry formerly of Cygnet River Kangaroo Island but now out of business Glenelg 1924 Memorial 52/490

BATES, Joseph John contractor Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1897 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

BATES, Joshua baker Wallaroo 1903 Memorial 206/449

BATES, R storekeeper Booleroo Centre 1887 Memorial 32/383

BATES, Robert F storekeeper Booleroo Centre 1890 Memorial 108/404

BATES, Theophilus gentleman Adelaide (Brown St and perhaps later Waymouth St), died c1879. Husband of Sophia Bates who was living in Waymouth St after her husband died Memorial 219/316

BATES, Thomas Herbert architect Adelaide 1904, grandson of John HODBY yeoman East Payneham Application 24828

BATES, TJ clerk Melrose 1888 Memorial 150/389

BATES, W of Southwark 1894 Memorial 161/421

No 1

BATES, William carpenter The Grange near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 167/6

No 2

BATES, William iron worker Kent Town 1879 Application 17687

BATES, WP carpenter College Town 1924 Application 27250

No 1

BATESON, Richard Henry of East Wellington, Edward AUSTIN of Macclesfield and Thomas Urquhart SCRUTTON of Adelaide sheep farmers in co-partnership at East Wellington, under the name or style of Bateson, Austin & Co 1874 Memorial 232/271

BATESON, Richard Henry sheep farmer East Wellington 1874 Memorial 160/277

BATESON, Richard Henry sheepfarmer Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1875 Grant Book 54 Page 144 County Russell

BATESON, Richard Henry sheep farmer Kingston S-E 1876 Memorial 236/290

BATEUP, James blacksmith formerly of Angle Vale but now of Balaklava 1881[-1884] Memorial 83/333

BATH, Charles Hubert formerly bank clerk Woodville but now Lieutenant in the Australian Expeditionary Force 1915 Memorial 144/473

BATH, Christian Ludwig butcher Norwood 1854[-1863] Application 3835

BATH, Edward gentleman Glastonbury, Somerset and Richard Norton CORPE gentleman Clifton, Bristol, Glos, England, power of attorney to William Henry HARROLD gentleman Mt Gambier, to manage their SA estate, including buying property 30/9/1875 Deposit 64/1876

No 1

BATH, Elizabeth spinster Mt Gambier, about to leave SA, power of attorney to George William HARRIS surveyor Mt Gambier and James JACKSON Doctor of Medicine Mt Gambier, to manage her SA estates 1/9/1870 Deposit 171/1871

BATH, Elizabeth spinster formerly of Mt Gambier but now in parts beyond the seas 1872 Memorial 159/257

BATH, Elizabeth spinster formerly of Mt Gambier but now in parts beyond the seas linked with Edward Bath gentleman Glastonbury, Somerset, England 1873 Memorial 7/269

No 1

BATH, Henry Wesleyan Methodist minister Mintaro 1886 Memorial 109/374

No 2

BATH, Henry labourer Littlehampton 1887 Application 21168

No 1

BATH, James schoolmaster North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1852[-1856] Memorial 442/40

BATH, James Secretary to the Minister controlling Education Adelaide 1885 Application 20819

BATH, James civil servant Adelaide, died c1901. Executor; Evelyn Matilda Bath spinster Adelaide Memorial 94/443

No 1

BATH, John labourer Mt Crawford 1859 Memorial 240/158

BATH, John formerly labourer 1859 but now farmer Mt Crawford 1870 Application 10713

No 2

BATH, John storekeeper Wallaroo. Tickera township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 387 County Daly

BATH, Rosalie Mary Helena married woman Murray St, Gawler, died 16/5/1940. Sister to Mary Eva Annie AHLE spinster Victor Harbor Memorial 138/514

No 1

BATH, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa 1856 Memorial 269/109

BATH, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa 1860 Application 1603

BATH, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa 1874 Application 14137.

BATH, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa, power of attorney to David WELLS gentleman Redruth, to manage his SA estates 31/1/1879 Deposit 22/1879

BATH, Thomas gentleman formerly of Kooringa but now of parts beyond the seas 1888 Memorial 222/395

BATH, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa but now of parts beyond the sea 1889 Application 21561

BATH, Thomas formerly storekeeper Kooringa 1876 but then gentleman Helston, Cornwall, England, died 21/9/1903. His estate worth £2,800. His wife must have died before him. Father of Sarah Jane BATH, who had married Thomas Bath JAMES ironmonger Camborne, Cornwall. T Bath's local attorney in SA was Henry James BRAILEY accountant Goodwood Park Application 27146

BATH, Thomas gentleman Helston, Cornwall, England, formerly general storekeeper Kooringa, died 21/9/1903, leaving his SA property to his daughter, Sarah Jane James. The two trustees and executors were his son-in-law, Thomas Bath James and the testator's nephew Thomas Henry BATH. TH Bath died 23/2/1904. TB James applied for the settlement of the estate. Sarah Jane James wife of Thomas Bath JAMES ironmonger Helston, Cornwall, England, power of attorney to Henry James BRAILEY accountant Goodwood, to manage her SA business affairs 11/11/1904 Deposits 3/1905, 37/1913

No 1

BATH, Tristram miner Adelaide 1846 Memorial 208/6

BATH, Tristram mining agent Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 403/100

BATH, Tristram gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of West Mitcham 1857[-1861] Memorial 48/127

BATH, Tristram died c1867. He left his estate to his unnamed wife, for life, then to his daughter, Jane Bath, for life, then in equal shares to his two sons, Henry and John Bath. If Jane Bath should marry, the estate to be divided equally and absolutely between the three children of Tristram Bath. The two ladies had power to sell real estate with the agreement of the rest of the family to invest the proceeds to provide income Memorial 150/226

No 1

BATH, William stone mason Auburn 1858 Memorial 315/137

No 2

BATH, William cabinetmaker Parkside 1871 Application 11214

No 3

BATH, William farmer Stone Hut Hundred of Appila land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 510 County Frome

BATHAMS, George yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 94/11

No 1

BATHE, James of Melbourne Vic purchased Prospect House (pt Sections 372-374 Survey B 1863 Memorial 293/191

BATHE, James Esquire Pakenham Park Vic, owned land in Prospect 1864 Memorial 220/194

No 1

BATHGATE, Jane spinster Ridge Park Cottage near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 34/33

BATHGATE, Jane spinster Adelaide, power of attorney to William SANDERS gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 27/6/1851 Deposit 44/OA

BATHGATE, Jane spinster 88 Charlotte St, Fitzroy Square, Middlesex, had died. Her executors, Alexander Lang ELDER London and David AITCHISON Esquire Piccadilly, Middlesex, power of attorney to William Sanders Esquire Adelaide to collect debts and sell off land belonging to the Estate 10/8/1870 Deposit 69/1879

No 1

BATHOST, Christian labourer Redruth 1850 Memorial 380/20

BATHOST, Christian carter Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 252/55

BATHOST, Christian miner Adelaide 1856 Memorial 266/110

BATHOST, Christian licensed victualler Adelaide 1863[-1867] Memorial 339/191

No 1

BATHURST, William Lloyd gentleman Gawler 1853 Memorial 21/52

BATHURST, William Lloyd carpenter Gawler 1855[-1857] Memorial 404/91

BATHURST, William Lloyd of Gawler 1860 Application 1199

BATHURST, William Lloyd timber merchant Gawler and Frances Bathurst his wife 1865 Memorial 304/207

BATHURST, William Lloyd licensed victualler formerly of Gawler but now of Riverton 1866[-1871] Memorial 23/215

Timber merchant Riverton and Frances Bathurst his wife 1866 Memorial 162/215

BATHURST, William Lloyd licensed victualler Gawler took out a 14-year lease of the Riverton Arms Hotel Riverton, for £208 a year and a promise to make £300 worth of 'substantial improvements to the outside of the building' within 10 years plus keep buildings in good repair from Frederick HANNAFORD farmer Gumeracha 1871 Memorial 8/257

BATHURST, Mary widow Riverton 1872, relict of the late William Lloyd Bathurst of Riverton, and guardian of Frederick Bathurst, infant son of the said WL Bathurst Application 12378

No 1

BATLEY, Elias farmer Clarendon 1854 Memorial 430/76

BATLEY, Elias labourer Clarendon 1854 Clarendon Particular Baptist Chapel trustee Memorial 31/78

BATLEY, Elias yeoman Clarendon 1856 Memorial 157/108

BATLEY, Elias gardener Clarendon. Clarendon Baptist Chapel trustee 1875 Memorial 91/283

BATLEY, Elias labourer Clarendon, died 1895. His widow called Maria Batley. Their daughter, Eliza BARRETT widow of the late William Barrett of Hawker, died 23/11/1895, of influenza and old age, aged 58. Their son, George Batley out of business Melbourn Vic, died 23/4/1914 Melbourne Hospital, of chronic bronchitis, broncho pneumonia, and cardiac failure, aged 75. He was born in England and emigrated to SA. Married aged 26 to Jane DAILEY in SA. 40 years in Vic. Children - Sarah Ann 48, Elias Thomas 46, Emily 43, William Henry James 40 Susannah 37. Maria Batley widow Clarendon still alive in 18149 - was she a second, much younger wife to Elias Batley? Hannah Batley widow Happy Valley 1914 also involved with the above estate - she was the widow of Elijah Batley, son of Elias Batley, who died 1911. The executors had to sell the estate to pay off the great number of debts against it. The above relationships may not be accurate - ages appear to be out of line, somehow Application 26312

BATSON, Edward brickmaker Middleton 1894 Application 22803

BATSON, Edwin farmer Franklin Harbour 1888 Memorial 88/391

BATSON, James brickmaker Norwood 1851 Memorial 340/34.

BATSON, Richard Esquire Stradbroke near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 117/36.

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BATSON, William yeoman Brompton 1850[-1852] Memorial 312/28

BATSON, William farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1888] Memorial 253/64

BATSON, William farmer Middleton 1871 Application 11390

BATT, Alfred John commercial traveller Payneham 1918 Memorial 4/477

BATT, Caleb labourer Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 135/276

BATT, William stonemason Auburn 1857 Memorial 213/119

No 1

BATT, Zebulon sawyer Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 316/9

BATT, Zebulon market gardener Cox Creek 1865[-1870] Memorial 16/203, Application 10934

BATT, Zebulon formerly sawyer Hindmarsh 1847 then Bowden 1850 but now farmer Mt Barker 1869 Application 10212

BATTAMS, Benjamin coachman Payneham 1859 Memorial 249/152

No 1

BATTAMS, Daniel publican Preliminary Section 475 Survey B 1853 Memorial 382/58

BATTAMS, Daniel licensed victualler Adelaide 1854[-1864] Memorial 41/78

BATTAMS, Daniel licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St) 1865 Memorial 217/203

BATTAMS, Daniel licensed victualler Adelaide (Pirie St) 1868 Memorial 177/233

BATTAMS, Daniel agent Adelaide 1878 Memorial 49/311

BATTAMS, Daniel agent Norwood Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 22 County Newcastle

BATTAMS, Daniel gentleman Stepney 1865 Application 6013.

BATTAMS, Daniel agent Norwood 1878[-1880] Book 13 Page 254 County Dalhousie

BATTAMS, Daniel gentleman Norwood, died 20/7/1881. All his real estate to go into trust so that his widow, Olivia Jane Battams, received the income until her youngest son, Daniel Potter Battams, turned 21. The wife to get the proceeds if she were still living, otherwise the children to receive an equal share of the proceeds absolutely in remainder expectant. One son mentioned by name in the will, James Henry Battams engineer formerly of the Murray River but now of Norwood, was executor. Estate worth £2,000 Application 26383

No 1

BATTAMS, George yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 41/12

BATTAMS, George labourer Payneham 1851[-1854]. Wesleyan Methodist Enrolment 19/10

Payneham Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 254/65

BATTAMS, George formerly yeoman Adelaide but now farmer Payneham 1852 Memorial 297/44

BATTAMS, George farmer Payneham, and Mary Battams his wife 1876. Mrs Battams lived in Marden West by 1880 after her husband died Memorials 243 & 244/329

BATTAMS, George farmer Yeo Farm Section 283 (Landlord: Ephraim COOMBE gentleman Gilberton) 1869 Memorial 225/252

BATTAMS, Samuel gentleman South Road near Marion 1854 Memorial 93/67

BATTAMS, William farmer Dry Creek 1861[-1870] Memorial 126/182

BATTEN, Francis labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 260/71

No 1

BATTEN, Frederick mariner Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 9/107

BATTEN, Frederick labourer Pt Adelaide 1857[-1862] Memorial 28/116

BATTEN, Frederick labourer Portland Estate 1874 Application 13713.

BATTEN, F carter Rosewater 1887 Application 21281.

BATTEN, Mrs Frederick widow Rosewater 1891 Application 22121

BATTEN, Bridget Ann widow Elizabeth St, Rosewater, died 24/12/1920. Mother of Elizabeth Gertrude Batten, Mary EMERY (wife of James Emery storeman Kelmscott), and Sarah Ann O'CALLAGHAN Memorial 18/484

BATTEN, Bridget Ann widow Elizabeth St, Rosewater, died 24/12/ 1920. Her daughter, Mary Batten 29 dressmaker Rosewater (Father; Frederick Batten labourer Pt Adelaide, who died 20/6/1889), married James EMERY 31 widower carter Queenstown (Father: Charles Emery) on 27/1/1890 RC Presbytery Pt Adelaide. By 1936, James Emery was a storeman at Kelmscott Application 28051

BATTEN, Bridget Ann widow Elizabeth St, Rosewater, died 24/12/1920. Mother of Elizabeth Gertrude FLEMING widow Elizabeth St, Rosewater. The executor, James EMERY storeman kelmscott, was a son-in-law of Bridget Batten 1940 Application 28254

BATTEN, George farmer Woodside 1855 Memorial 377/88

BATTEN, Henry farmer Rhine Villa Hundred of Angas land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 185 County Sturt

No 1

BATTEN, James farmer Woodside 1855 Memorial 336/86

BATTEN, James farmer Balhannah 1880 Application 18053

BATTEN, James farmer formerly of Woodside but now of Oakbank 1895 Memorial 178/424

No 1
BATTEN, John tailor Adelaide (Hindmarsh Square) 1849[-1850] Memorial 460/15

BATTEN, John tailor North Kapunda 1851[-1854] Memorial 300/33.

Bankrupt 1869. Excellent list of goods in his shop Enrolment 78/49.

BATTEN, John formerly miner now tailor North Kapunda 1857[-1864] Memorial 294/119

BATTEN, John of Kapunda linked with Matthew Peters Batten of Kapunda 1860 Memorial 254/161

BATTEN, John tailor Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

BATTEN, John tailor Kapunda, all estate to his wife, Ann Gunniman Batten, for her own use 25/11/1869 Deposit 287/1875

BATTEN, John Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee, had died by 1875 Application 14751

BATTEN, Ann Gunniman widow Kapunda [formerly Ann Gunniman HOSIER widow Adelaide] 1875 Memorial 135/287

BATTEN, Ann Gunniman widow of John Batten tailor Kapunda 1880 Application 18334

BATTEN, Ann Gunniman widow Kapunda, died 22/5/1883. Sister-in-law to Mary HOSIER formerly of Rundle St, Adelaide. Mother of Frances Emily NOCK wife of Thomas David Nock storekeeper Kapunda. Mother of Ann Eliza HARVEY wife of James Harvey miner Moonta, Grandmother of Annie Hosier Batten, Sarah Alice Batten, Constance Maud Batten, and Victoria May Batten daughters of Matthew Peters Batten and Sarah Batten. Grandmother of Stanley Nock. Grandmother of Clara Ann Harvey and Ann Eliza Jane Harvey. Executors: James PEARCE MLC of Kapunda, David Nock gentleman formerly of Kapunda but now of Glenelg and Annie Hosier Batten spinster Kapunda Memorial 176/425

BATTEN, Mark Henry farmer Angaston 1889 Application 21739

BATTEN, Sarah teacher Kapunda wife of Matthew Batten saddler formerly of Kapunda 1877 Application 16000

No 1

BATTEN, Thomas of Oakbank 1884 Memorial 28/356

BATTEN, Thomas farmer Oakbank 1891 Memorial 126/407

No 2

BATTEN, Thomas farmer Walker Flat trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1888 Grant Book 58 Page 154 County Sturt

No 1

BATTEN, William farmer near Woodside 1850[-1859] Memorial 415/25

No 2

BATTEN, William stockholder Tilley Swamp 1860 Memorial 280/168

No 3

BATTEN, Wiliam licensed victualler North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 88/209

No 4

BATTEN, Wiliam farmer Dry Creek 1868[-1871] Memorial 113/227

BATTEN, William Henry farmer Lameroo 1920 Application 26911

No 1

BATTERSBY, Henry labourer Chain of Ponds 1847 Memorial 143/9

BATTERSBY, Henry yeoman Houghton 1849 Memorial 272/71

BATTERSBY, Mary Jane widow Hazel Grove, Mt Gould 1875, relict of the late Henry Battersby formerly labourer Chain of Ponds 1847 Application 14220

BATTERSBY, John mason Thebarton 1878[-1879] Memorial 218/306

BATTERSBY, Richard Thomas farmer near Strathalbyn 1946 Memorial 146/519

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

BATTERSBY, Thomas [the Elder] shoemaker Little Para 1844 Memorial 447/3

Storekeeper Houghton 1853 Memorial 48/49

BATTERSBY, Thomas postmaster Houghton 1853 Memorial 33/85

BATTERSBY, Thomas gentleman Houghton and Sarah Jane Battersby his wife 1854 Memorial 132/62

BATTERSBY, Thomas gentleman Houghton and Sarah Jane Battersby his wife. Mother of John Reuben CHAPMAN farmer Houghton by her former husband. Mother of Elizabeth Sarah PEARCE wife of Samuel Pearce publican Houghton 1855 Memorials 455/91, 455/91

BATTERSBY, Thomas the Younger farmer near the Barossa 1852 Memorial 473/50

BATTERSBY, Thomas [the Younger] farmer Chain of Ponds 1860 Memorial 93/162

BATTERSBY, Thomas farmer Houghton 1862 Application 3156

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

BATTERSBY, WG motor driver Waikerie 1929 Memorial 154/502

BATTERSBY, William Henry farmer Hazel Grove Mt Gould, died 24/3/1875. Husband of Mary Jane Battersby Application 14220

BATTLEY, Richard victualler Adelaide 1840 Application 13314

BATTON, Robert farmer Hundred of Caroline Hundred of Caroline land grant 1876 Grant Book 31 Page 11 County Grey

BATTRICK, William farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 397/82

No 1

BATTS, William stonemason Auburn 1855[-1865] Memorial 96/93 Stanley Co Land & Building Society member 1856 Memorial 10/102

BATTS, William mason Auburn 1865 Application 5908.

BATTS, William builder Auburn 1871 Memorial 99/252

BATTS, William farmer formerly of Auburn now of Steelton 1882 Application 19328

BATTY, Charles Taylor perhaps farmer Hundred of Walloway Co Dalhousie and Selina Ann Batty his wife formerly Selina Ann SMEDLEY 1886 Memorial 174/382

BATTY, Henry shepherd FS Dutton's Middle Julia Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

BATTY, Sidney Thompson civil servant 12 Rose St, Black Forest 1957 Secretary to the Education Department Flinders St, Adelaide, declared that the Copperhouse Public School (pt Section 52, Hundred of Kooringa) operated between at least 1926-1/9/1952. Thomas Johnson SCHULTZ and Ella Agnes Schultz leased the land for primary production Application 29256

No 1

BATTYE, Albert farmer Encounter Bay 1886 Memorial 60/380

BATTYE, Albert storekeeper Encounter Bay 1892 Memorial 22/415

BATTYE, Albert storekeeper Pt Victor 1902 Memorial 138/446

BATTYE, Albert storekeeper Victor Harbor 1904[-1905] Memorial 98/450, Application 24951

BATTYE, Ben fellmonger near Penola Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1878[-1886] Grant Book 31 Page 194 County Grey

BATTYE, Joseph storekeeper Tarcoola. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 305 County Not named

BATTYE, William farmer Encounter Bay 1880[-1888] Memorial 156/321, Application 20433

BAUCHOPE, George gardener Gawler South 1908[-1911] Memorial 71/460

BAUDE, August farmer near Stockwell 1876 Memorial 162/356

BAUER, Carl farmer German Pass Co Light 1852 Memorial 418/44

No 1

BAUER, Jacob gentleman Frankenthal, Bavaria, but at present residing in Adelaide, all estate to Eliza SCHOLEFIELD widow of James Scholefield, of Melbourne and later Jersey. Mrs Scholefield had come to live in Adelaide by 20/5/1864 Deposit 71/1869

BAUER, Jacob gentleman Frankenthal, Bavaria, residing for the time being in SA 1864, died c1867. He left his entire estate to Eliza SCHOLEFIELD widow Adelaide relict of the late James Scholefield formerly of Melbourne Vic and then Jersey CI Memorial 3/219

BAULD, Robert gas inspector Pt Melbourne Vic and Jemima Sarah Avis Bauld his wife formerly Jemima Sarah Avis JENKINS no description 1889 Memorial 63/397

BAULDERSTONE, Arthur Thomas farmer Goodwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 121 County Chandos

BAULDERSTONE, Charles grazier Goodwood Rd, Clarence Park 1892[-1893] Memorial 248/414

No 1

BAULDERSTONE, Christopher carrier Adelaide 1848 Memorial 305/12

BAULDERSTONE, Christopher of Byron Place off Leonard St, Adelaide. Husband of Josephine Baulderstone. Father of Hannah Baulderstone (later Mrs WILSON) and Thomas Baulderstone 1873 Memorial 111/271

BAULDERSTONE, Edward Thomas fruiterer Burra 1948 Memorial 10/523

No 1

BAULDERSTONE, Frederick miner Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grants 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 329 County Daly

BAULDERSTONE, Frederick farmer Kulpara 1883 Memorial 2/348

No 1

BAULDERSTONE, H hotelkeeper Milang 1887 Memorial 217/387

BAULDERSTONE, Henry licensed victualler Milang 1887[-1890] Memorial 223/402

BAULDERSTONE, Henry formerly innkeeper Milang but now agent Hackney 1897 Application 23305

No 1 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BAULDERSTONE, Thomas gentleman Goodwood Rd 1865 Application 211154

BAULDERSTONE, Thomas farmer Goodwood Road 1873 Application 13197

BAULDERSTONE, Thomas the Younger linked with Section 476e Hundred of Mundoora Co Daly 1893 Memorial 119/417

BAULDERSTONE, Thomas the Younger wheatbuyer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 269 County Daly

No 1

BAULDERSTONE, William 7-year lease at 1/6 a week of land near the Traveller's Rest Inn The Hummocks 1871 Memorial 48/270

BAULDERSTONE, William butcher Kulpara 1875[]-1877] Memorial 100/285

BAULES, John sheep farmer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 15/326

BAUM, August Wilhelm Philipp farmer Paringa Flat. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 56 County Sturt

BAUM, Carl Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Paringa Flat. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 56 County Sturt

No 1

BAUM, Friedrich farmer Talunga 1855 Memorial 294/94

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BAUM, Friedrich of Clare 1879 Memorial 16/317

BAUM, Friedrich carpenter Clare 1869 Application 9840

BAUM, Friedrich labourer Clare 1887 Application 21256

No 1

BAUM, Heinrich Johann Julius gardener Penrice near Angaston 1916 Memorial 25/475

BAUM, Heinrich Johann Julius gardener Penrice 1955, declared that he had been born on 13/5/1868. He had lived in Penrice for 65 years Application 29125

BAUM, Hermann Ferdinand farmer Auburn, died 28/11/1948 Blyth. Brother of Eduard Albert Baum, Anna Sophia NEINDORF, Emma Louisa HAMMERSCHMIDT. Brother-in-law of Alwine Emma Auguste NITSCHKE, Albert Ernst August KLINGNER, Martin Gustav Adolph Klingner, Rudolph Reinhold Martin Klingner and Hedwig Clara Agnes Klingner Memorial 81/524

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BAUM, Johann Carl blacksmith Rosenthal 1864 Application 5442.

BAUM, Johann Carl Ernst blacksmith Concordia 1883[-1884] Memorial 139/352, Application 20152.

BAUM, Johann Carl Conrad builder Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 240 County Daly

No 1

BAUM, Johann Ernst Gottlieb farmer Mt Templeton. Hundred of Stow land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 447 County Stanley

BAUM, Johann Ernst Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Stow Co Stanley 1888 Memorial 111/391

BAUM, Johann Ernst Gottlieb farmer Mt Templeton Co Stanley 1896 Memorial 242/426

BAUM, Johann Friedrich Bastian farmer Dry Creek. Husband of Johanna Maria Baum. Step-father of Carl Heinrich Julius BERTRAM 1870 Memorial 137/246

BAUM, John farmer Jessie. Hundred of Jessie land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 276 County Robe

BAUM, Karl Heinrich Wilhelm labourer Salisbury 1853 Memorial 135/104

BAUM, Leonard Edward painter Gawler South 1953 Memorial 87/528

No 1

BAUM, Louis Johann Wilhelm farmer Paringa Flat. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 56 County Sturt

BAUM, Louis Johann Wilhelm farmer Callington Co Sturt. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 230 County Victoria

No 2

BAUM, Wilhelm farmer North Rhine. Hundred of Bagot land grant 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 232a County Eyre

BAUMANN, George Heinrich Diedrich farmer formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Salisbury 1900 Memorial 148/441

BAUMBACH, Karl of Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 427/32

No 1

BAUMGÜRTEL, Heinrich miner Lobethal 1854 Memorial 159/66

BAUMGURTEL/BAUMGÜRTEL, Heinrich Christian Conrad publican Lobethal 1882 Memorial 146/339

BAUMGURTEL, Heinrich Christian Conrad gold prospector Lobethal 1882 Memorial 10/344

BAUYER, Thomas wheelwright Adelaide 1853 Memorial 225/57

BAVIS, William farmer Meadows 1856 Memorial 411/96

BAWDE, Thomas R of Staughton near Callington 1851 Memorial 378/38

BAWDEN, Arthur storekeeper’s assistant Oodnadatta. Oodnadatta (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1897[-1898] Grant Book 65 Page 235 County Not named

BAWDEN, Arthur Slack farmer Macclesfield 1922 Application 27044

No 1

BAWDEN, Charles blacksmith South Richmond 1876 Memorial 128/288

BAWDEN, Charles blacksmith [formerly of South Richmond but now of] Adelaide (Hindley St) 1877[-1879] Memorial 150/306

BAWDEN, Charles blacksmith Richmond 1887 Memorial 78/384

No 1

BAWDEN, George farmer Kapunda 1853[-1858] Memorial 310/46

BAWDEN, George widower farmer Kapunda (Father: Hugh Bawden) married Eliza BENNETT widow Kapunda (Father: John VINCENT) on 3/9/1872 Mrs Bennett’s home Kapunda. Minister: Morgan WILLIAMS. Witnesses: John ROWETT miner Kapunda, Elizabeth ROWE of Kapunda 1889 Application 21592

No 2

BAWDEN, George farmer Sandilands 1886 Memorial 17/379

No 1

BAWDEN, Hugh carpenter Adelaide 1848[-1853] Memorial 309/13

BAWDEN, Hugh licensed victualler Royal Oak Hindley St, Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Elizabeth Bawden, to manage his SA business affairs 13/12/1851 Deposit 156/OA

BAWDEN, Hugh licensed victualler Adelaide (Royal Oak, Hindley St) and Elizabeth Bawden his wife appointed his local attorney 1854 Memorial 306/67 Publican formerly of Adelaide but now of Victoria 1854 Memorial 363/67

BAWDEN, Hugh licensed victualler Adelaide 1865 Memorial 254/201

No 2

BAWDEN, Hugh farmer Kapunda Co Light Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

No 3

BAWDEN, Hugh farmer Hundred of Muloowurtie Co Fergusson 1887 Memorial 170/382

BAWDEN, Hugh farmer Sandilands 1897[-1901] Memorial 208/430

BAWDEN, Jacob shoemaker Adelaide (Gilles St) 1852[-1853] Memorial 483/38

BAWDEN, John railway porter Alberton 1886 Application 20996

BAWDEN, Joseph Williams miner Robert St, Moonta, died 1874, He left his entire estate to Mary Ann Bawden his wife Memorial 27/277

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BAWDEN, Lambert yeoman Yankalilla 1850 Memorial 474/56

BAWDEN, Lambert Ferris blacksmith Yankalilla 1852 Memorial 214/55

BAWDEN, Lambert blacksmith Rapid Bay 1854 Memorial 148/78

BAWDEN, Lambert Ferris farmer Glenburn Yankalilla 1868 Application 9205

BAWDEN, Lambert Ferris formerly blacksmith Yankalilla 1852 but now farmer Glenburn Rapid Bay 1868 Application 9314

No 1

BAWDEN, Robert Willoughby blacksmith Hamilton on the Light 1860 Memorial 186/165

BAWDEN, Robert Willoughby coach builder Kadina 1868 Memorial 189/232

BAWDEN, Robert W farmer Pt Broughton 1893 Memorial 51/417

BAWDEN, Robert Willoughby farmer near Pt Broughton, had died by 1902. Robert Hugh Bawden farmer Pt Broughton inherited estate. Executor – Frederick William land agent Kadina Grant Book 15 Page 47/48 County Daly

BAX, George storekeeper [Sturt village??] Murray River 1862 Memorial 121/181

BAX, James farmer Narracoorte 1892 Memorial 36/415

No 1

BAX, William gentleman Inglis Flat Tatiara 1858 Memorial 20/143

BAX, William schoolmaster East Robe 1866 Memorial 69/213

BAX, William gentleman formerly of Inglis Flat, Tatiara 1858 but now of Robe 1875 Application 14055

BAXENDALE, JE clerk Adelaide 1895, possibly for Sir William MILNE as he notified Sir William's death Application 26535

No 1

BAXTER, Aaron plate layer Pt Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 50/113

BAXTER, Aaron labourer Alberton 1868[-1886] Memorial 152/234

BAXTER, Aaron tinsmith Alberton 1875 Application 14555

BAXTER, Aaron labourer Alberton 1883 Application 19893

No 1

BAXTER, Edward merchant Kincaldrum, Dundee, Co Forfar, Scotland, power of attorney to Elder & Co, Adelaide, to manage his mortgage properties in SA 3/2/1857. He spent the winters at Cannes, in France Deposit 278/1857

BAXTER, Edward Esquire Dundee, Scotland 1859 Memorial 62/153

BAXTER, Edward gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Dundee, Co Forfar, Scotland 1866 Memorial 38/213

No 1

BAXTER, Edward Henry farmer Myponga 1920 Application 26895

BAXTER, Edward Henry farmer Myponga 1922 Memorial 43/486

BAXTER, Frank able seaman Glanville 1884 Memorial 93/442

BAXTER, Henry labourer Yatala township 1868 Memorial 82/241

BAXTER, Herbert labourer Truro 1905 Application 25054

No 1

BAXTER, James of Deniliquin NSW Hundred of Binnum land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 147 County MacDonnell

No 2

BAXTER, James gardener Watervale 1911 Application 25959

BAXTER, James Charles and Anthony HAYES fishmongers Adelaide (Rundle St) trading together under the style or firm of Baxter and Hayes 1879 Memorial 144/319

BAXTER, Joseph farmer Hallett Co Burra Hundred of Andrews land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 313 County Stanley

No 1

BAXTER, Maria widow Yankalilla 1880 Memorial 119/326

BAXTER, Maria widow Yankalilla, died 16/6/1899. Mother of Edward Baxter labourer Yankalilla, John Baxter labourer Yankalilla and Mrs Charlotte JONES Memorials 127 &150/441

BAXTER, Samuel gold digger Adelaide 1852 Memorial 242/42

No 1

BAXTER, Thomas yeoman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 423/42

BAXTER, Thomas yeoman Adelaide died intestate 21/5/1854, leaving lots on TA 451, to his eldest brother and heir at law, John Baxter builder Bradford, Yorks, England, and Matilda Lydia Baxter his wife Deposit 186/1869

BAXTER, William farmer Framlingham Vic Hundred of Binnum land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 145 County MacDonnell

No 1

BAY, Benjamin farmer Prospect 1842 Application 8778

BAY, Benjamin farmer Prospect 1842 Memorial 232/2

BAY, Benjamin yeoman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 25/63

No 1

BAYE, Benjamin licensed victualler Norwood 1853 Memorial 89/59

BAYE, Benjamin gentleman Norwood 1855 Memorial 476/88

BAYE, Mary widow Norwood relict of the late Benjamin Baye of Norwood 1857 Memorial 258/129

BAYE, Henry Robert of Yankalilla 1897 Memorial 132/431

No 1

BAYE, William Henry joiner Adelaide 1846 Memorial 123/6

BAYE, William Henry carpenter Norwood 1851 Memorial 18/36.

BAYE, William Henry farmer Mt Lofty 1858[-1860] Memorial 117/142

No 1

BAYER, Charles Albert sanitary engineer Adelaide and Ernest Henry Bayer architect Adelaide; sons of the late Frederick Charles Bayer formerly surgeon Adelaide (North Tce) but now deceased 1898 Memorial 45/436

BAYER, Charles Albert civil engineer Adelaide 1900 Application 24090.

BAYER, David farmer Noarlunga 1857 Memorial 319/126

BAYER, Ernest Henry architect Adelaide 1891 Application 22040

No 1

BAYER, Johann Carl Friedrich doctor of medicine Adelaide 1851 Memorial 81/32

BAYER, Friedrich Carl doctor of medicine Adelaide, died 15/8/1867 apoplexy, aged 52 years Application 13962

BAYER, Grahame Eliza widow formerly of Adelaide but now of The Grove, Hanwell, Middlesex, England relict of the late Friedrich Carl Bayer formerly surgeon Adelaide (North Tce) now deceased 1868 Memorial 123/234

BAYER, Grahame Eliza widow at present residing in Adelaide, but about to leave for England for a visit 1877, had been absent from SA from between 4/3/1868-23/11/1873. Mother of Ernest Henry Bayer architect Adelaide Memorial 61/303

BAYER, Grahame Eliza widow formerly of Adelaide but now of The Elms Eltham, Kent, England relict of the late Friedrich Carl Bayer formerly surgeon Adelaide now deceased 1881 Memorial 138/334

BAYERS, Walter Kemp linendraper late of Adelaide now of Sydney 1850 Memorial 275/28

BAYES, Charles Garibaldi sheepfarmer Pandappa Hundred of Wonna land grant 1900 Grant Book 40 Page 70 County Kimberley

No 1

BAYES, F sheep manager Mt Bryan. Henry Bayes mentioned but not described 1897 Memorial 31/430

BAYES, Frank station manager Caroona 1898 Memorial 72/434

BAYES, Frank manager Caroona Station Hundred of Mongolata 1903 Memorial 237/449

BAYES, John farmer Pandappa linked with F Bayes of Pandappa 1894 Memorial 8/421

BAYES, John Henry station manager Waukaringa Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 4 County Lytton

BAYES, RF and Thomas L sheepfarmers Pandappa 1922 Memorial 6/487

No 1

BAYFIELD, Edward clerk in holy orders Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 260/30

BAYFIELD, Edward clerk Pt Adelaide, died c1856. He left his whole estate to his wife, Harriet Bayfield Memorial 163/132

No 1

BAYFIELD, Edwin livery stable keeper Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 483/18

Of Currie St 1850 Memorial 339/23

BAYFIELD, Edwin livery stable keeper Adelaide (Currie St) 1852 Memorial 494/41

BAYFIELD, Edwin publican Gilles Plains 1852[-1867] Memorial 39/44.

BAYFIELD, Edwin publican OG public house Great North Eastern Road 1855[-1858] Memorial 499/91

No 1

BAYFIELD, Edwin Henry licensed victualler Gilles Plains 1865[-1873] Memorial 187/203, Application 12780

BAYFIELD, Edwin Henry licensed victualler Criterion Hotel, Bassett Town near Gawler 1882 Memorial 139/346

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BAYFIELD, Samuel farmer Gilles Plains purchased the unexpired lease of the Mintaro Hotel together with the store and stable from Charles PIPER no description 1873 Memorial 154/268

BAYFIELD, Samuel Joseph hotelkeeper Mintaro, died 24/1/1890. Husband of Louisa Kate Bayfield. Father of Samuel Joseph Bayfield and Edward Henry Bayfield. Executors and trustees: William Bayfield saddler Nairne and William MARSTON storekeeper Mt Gambier. Estate worth £250 Memorial 218/402

BAYFIELD, Louisa Kate widow Mintaro, widow of the late Samuel Joseph Bayfield publican Mintaro 1890 Application 21834

BAYFIELD, William labourer Nairne 1891 Application 22147

No 1

BAYLDON, William Edward surgeon Adelaide (Hindley St) 1840 Application 3479

BAYLDON, William Edward chemist and druggist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1840 Memorial 326/1

BAYLDON, William Edward chemist and druggist Balmain NSW 1856 Memorial 28/119

BAYLDON, William Edward chemist and druggist Balmain NSW, power of attorney to John CORNISH merchant Adelaide, to sell his land in Hindmarsh and Islington 16/7/1856 Deposit 131/1857

BAYLDON, William Edward chemist and druggist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1840 gentleman Sydney NSW 1857 Application 22770

No 1

BAYLES, William carpenter Mt Barker 1839 Application 12573

BAYLES, William carpenter formerly of Mt Barker but now of the Sturt 1853 Memorial 449/60

BAYLEY, Charles G JP HM Customs Pt Germein 1884 Memorial 88/357

BAYLEY, DB and BAYLEY, William Roe teachers Kulpara 1896 Application 23108

No 1

BAYLEY, Elizabeth widow Woodside Kensington 1846 Memorial 24/6

BAYLEY, Elizabeth widow Mitcham 1848 Memorial 393/10

BAYLEY, Elizabeth widow formerly of Woodside Kensington but now of Unley 1853 Memorial 251/61 Widow Unley Park 1854 Memorial 480/68

BAYLEY, Elizabeth formerly of Mitcham but now of Exeter, Devon, England had a son called John Eddowes Bayley living as a farmer in Melbourne Vic 1863 Memorial 18/194

BAYLEY, Elizabeth widow formerly of Kensington 1846 then of Mitcham c1855 but now of Exeter, Devon, England 1864. She made a gift of her real estate in Mitcham to her son, John Eddowes Bayley gentleman Melbourne Vic Application 4944

BAYLEY, John Eddowes clerk to Messrs HARDY & JAMES solicitors Adelaide 1847 Memorial 90/16

BAYLEY, John Eddowes gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 352/32

BAYLEY, Frederick Paterson flour factor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 46/120

No 1

BAYLEY, John Thomas police constable Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 401/90

BAYLEY, John Thomas storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 324/179

BAYLEY, John Thomas storekeeper Alberton 1866[-1895] Memorial 227/215, Application 23024

BAYLEY, Peter storekeeper Kooringa 1849 Memorial 419/17

BAYLEY, William Henry Fox HM customs officer the Semaphore 1877 Memorial 136/303

BAYLIS, Alfred Henry teacher Morphett Vale 1894[-1909] Memorial 71/421

BAYLISS, Luke farmer Kainton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1913[-1916] Grant Book 14 Page 145 County Daly

BAYLISS, William Henry labourer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1924 Grant Book 14 Page 341 County Daly

BAYLY, Edward sailmaker Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 163/91

BAYLY, EE bank officer Kingston S-E 1924 Memorial 50/490

BAYLY, Edward Michael tram driver Kensington 1895 Application 23082

No 1

BAYLY, George of Norwood 1850 Memorial 388/28

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of the previous entry

BAYLEY, George Phillips gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1852] Enrolment 17/13

BAYLY, George Phillips gentleman Norwood 1853 Memorial 456/46

BAYLY, George Phillips storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 336/66

BAYLY, George Phillips broker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 435/72

BAYLY, George Phillips commission agent Adelaide 1855 Memorial 95/83

BAYLY, George Phillips broker Kensington & Norwood 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

BAYLY, Harry Le Brandt shipping clerk Semaphore linked with William Henry Fox Baily retired civil servant Semaphore 1907 Memorial 20/457

BAYLY, Matthew Boyd gentleman Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 266/169

BAYLY, Rex clerk Athelney Ave, Brighton and Edna Jean Bayly his wife 1948 Memorial 70/522

BAYLY, Richard Benjamin Pippard linked with Section 237 Hundred of Maitland 1881 Memorial 174/336

No 1

BAYLY, Sydney Francis draper Lacepede Bay 1870 Memorial 132/248

BAYLY, Sydney Francis [formerly of Lacepede Bay but now] draper Moonta 1877 Memorial 98/298

BAYLY, Sydney Francis draper Norwood 1879 Memorial 37/316

BAYLY, SF The Parade Norwood 1882 Application 19033

BAYLY, Sydney Francis storekeeper Gawler 1886 Memorial 2/376

BAYLY, Sydney Francis draper Gawler 1890 Application 21772

BAYLY, Sydney Francis storekeeper formerly of Gawler but now of Pt Pirie 1895 Application 22862

BAYLY, William Henry Fox shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 11135

BAYLY, WIlliam Lansell general storekeeper Alberton 1871[-1876] Memorial 188/257

No 1

BAYNE, David storekeeper Kooringa 1849[-1858] Memorial 419/17

BAYNE, David gentleman Adelaide power of attorney to Charles FENN gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs while he is absent from the province 1859 Memorial 109/160

BAYNE, David gentleman formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of Adelaide 1860 Memorial 222/165

BAYNE, David gentleman Adelaide, about to leave SA for some considerable time, power of attorney to John BULLOCK gentleman Adelaide and Talbot Baines BRUCE solicitor Adelaide, to manage his considerable SA estate 25/2/1865 Deposit 105/1865

BAYNE, David Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1865 Memorial 236/203

BAYNE, David formerly of Hutt St, Adelaide, died 14/8/1881. His daughter, Mary Grey Henderson Roper CURZON, wife of the Hon Wyndham Henry Heathcote Roper Curzon, of Sidcup, Kent, England, was one of the two children of David Bayne, Hutt St, Adelaide, and and both were entitled to a half share for life of the interest coming from a trust fund which their father’s will dated 27/7/1881, had authorised to be set up. The will was proved 24/1/1882 by the executors, James SMITH merchant Adelaide and Henry BOWEN accountant Adelaide. Mrs Curzon drew up a marriage settlement with her husband on 27/1/1898. Mrs Curzon's trustees were Ernest Arnold READ and John William BRIGSTOCK. The trustees of her father’s will had refused to pay over the interest on the trust fund. Mary Curzon appointed Claude Johnson Samuel SHUTTLEWORTH land agent of Waterhouse Chambers, King William St, Adelaide to force the trustees of the will to pay the money owing to her Memorial 105/334, Deposit 69/1899

No 1

BAYNE, Frederic gentleman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 374/2

BAYNE, Frederic gentleman Stradbroke 1847 Memorial 182/10

BAYNE, Frederic gentleman Stradbroke 1848 St George’s Magill glebe trustee. Memorial 153/13.

BAYNE, Frederic gentleman Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 116/120

BAYNE, Frederic solicitor Kyneton Vic surviving partner in the firm of SMART & BAYNE formerly solicitors Adelaide 1871 Memorial 19/265

BAYNE, Frederic solicitor formerly of Adelaide (as Smart & Bayne) but now of Kyneton Vic, surviving partner of the above firm 1871 Application 16232

BAYNE, Frederic gentleman formerly of 6 Bourke St East, Melbourne Vic but now of Kyneton Vic 1874 Memorial 4/277

No 1

BAYNE, Frederick farmer Tickera 1887 Memorial 145/387

BAYNE, Frederick farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1904[-1909] Grant Book 14 Page 219 County Daly

No 1

BAYNE, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 114/37.

BAYNE, James labourer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 370/55

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BAYNE, James mason Adelaide 1855 Memorial 254/86

BAYNE, James mason [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Pt Wallaroo and Mary Bayne his wife 1877 Memorial 243/296

BAYNE, Mary of Freeman St, Adelaide 1860 Application 1522

BAYNE, William yeoman Cheltenham near Tam O’Shanter Belt 1852 Memorial 338/40.

No 1

BAYNES, George farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 326 County Daly

BAYNES, George of Greens Plains East. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

No 1

BAYNES, Isaac labourer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 140/127

BAYNES, Isaac farmer Salisbury 1876 Memorial 83/294

BAYNES, Joseph farmer Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877[-1882] Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victoria

No 1

BAYNES, Lawrance farmer Black Springs (Father: Isaac Baynes) 1872 Application 26546

BAYNES, Lawrance of Caltowie Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 188 County Victoria

No 1

BAYNES, Norrell John electrician Burra North (formerly known as Aberdeen) and Dorothy Mary Baynes his wife 1946 Memorial 116/520

BAYNES, Norrell John electrician Burra North (formerly called Redruth), and his wife, Dorothy Mary Baynes, aged 48 and 46 years respectively in 1955, declared that they had lived in Burra for more than 30 years Application 29124

No 1

BAYNES, Thomas Sergeant in HM 11th Regiment of foot soldiers, formerly of Adelaide 1847 Memorial 496/9

BAYNES, Thomas Sergeant in HM 11th Regiment of foot soldiers, formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sydney NSW 1856 Enrolment 37/32

On a visit to Adelaide 1856 Memorial 142/100

BAYNES, Thomas Sergeant in HM 11th Regiment formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sydney NSW, back in Adelaide temporarily, power of attorney to George GREEN land agent Adelaide, to settle his SA business affairs and sell his real estate 12/4/1857 Deposit 284/OA

No 1 - probably the same person

BAYNTON, George sheep farmer South-Eastern District 1866 Memorial 143/210

BAYNTON, George agent Saddleworth 1872 Memorial 230/257

BAYNTON, George formerly land agent Mt Pleasant but now of Narracan, Co Bulu Bulu Vic 1894 Memorial 189/420

BAYS, Henry J clerk Kent Town 1873 Memorial 26/271

BAYS, William farmer near Truro 1865 Application 6693

BAYSTON, Henry confectioner Adelaide 1858 Memorial 187/135

BEACH, Frederick Dewe confectioner Audley House (Lot 24 pt 26) Prospect Road, Prospect 1903 Application 24632

BEACH, Frederick James confectioner Sydney NSW and Sarah Ann Beach his wife 1897 Memorial 112/430

No 1

BEACH, SE manager of the Beltana Comstock Silver Mining Co 1888 Memorial 137/391

BEACH, Sydney Edwin broker Adelaide 1896 Memorial 56/429

BEACHAM, Edith Eliza Jane spinster Nairne 1902[-1903] Memorial 77/445, Application 24538.

No 1

BEACHAM, George Albert Henry corn and produce dealer Nairne purchased the Nairn Steam flour mill from the estate of the late John DUNN 'lying at a point distant from the Sydney Road there 144 and a half links distant and … 4 links to the southerly bank of the Nairne Creek … together with … all the fixed machinery, gear and implements now fixed upon or used in or about the said Mill … except the Richmond Brush Machine or Smutter now on the said premises with all its fittings and gear' 1902 Memorial 50/445

BEACHAM, George Albert Henry corn and produce dealer Nairne 1927 Application 27601.

No 1

BEACHAM, Mark sawyer Hahndorf 1857[-1869] Memorial 205/119

BEACHAM, Mark labourer Hahndorf. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Hahndorf 1862 Memorial 62/184

BEACHAM, Mark clerk Nairne 1878 Application 16749.

BEACHAM, Mark clerk Nairne 1881 Memorial 230/332

BEACHAM, Mark formerly sawyer Hahndorf but then clerk Nairne 1885 Memorial 41/237

BEADLE, Henry labourer Brompton 1851 Memorial 303/36.

No 1

BEADLE, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1844 Application 22415

BEADLE, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 120/5

BEADLE, Thomas gentleman Walkerville 1850[-1854] Enrolment 60/15

BEADLE, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 377/65

BEADLE, Thomas gentleman Walkerville 1857 Memorial 224/125

BEADLE, Thomas gentleman Walkerville, died 2/7/1864. Executors and trustees: Branston UNWIN the Elder gentleman near Walkerville and George BRANDIS farmer Enfield 1864 Memorial 290/198

BEADLE, Thomas gentleman Walkerville, died 2/7/1864, of apoplexy, aged 66. He left his coyold Estate at Whitmothly, Essex, England, to his niece, Elizabeth Ann Higham, of Little Easton, Essex, for life, then in equal shares to her children absolutely. If she had no children, the estate to go in equal shares to the children of his two nieces, Julia POTTER wife of ? Potter woolsorter Chelmsford, Essex, and Maria HIGHAM. The executors, Branston UNWIN Senr gentleman Walkerville and George BRANDIS farmer Enfield, to sell the rest of the estate such as shall not consist of money, and divide the proceeds equally amongst his three nieces, or if any be deceased, equally to the survivors. 1883 Application 19736

BEADLE, Thomas gentleman Walkerville, died 2/7/1864. He had lived in Walkerville since 1847 Application 21457

BEADNALL, Harry storekeeper Carrieton 1898[-1903] Memorial 204/442

BEADNALL, Maurice William solicitor Burra, aged 53 in 1954 Application 29040

No 1

BEADNALL, Percy William Campbell linked with Stanley Norman Beadnall both clerks Gawler 1922 Memorial 66/485

BEADNALL, Percy William Clerk of the District Council of Mudla Wirra 1951, declared that he had held office since 1920 Application 28801

No 1

BEADNALL, Thomas carpenter South Para 1852 Memorial 164/44

BEADNALL, Thomas carpenter Gawler 1876[-1878] Memorial 140/289

BEADNALL, Thomas formerly carpenter Gawler but now builder Pt Augusta 1881 Memorial 170/330

BEADNALL, Thomas carpenter formerly of Gawler but now of 42 Albert Gate, Knightsbridge, London, Middlesex, England 1883 Memorial 139/352

BEADNALL, TC accountant Gawler 1894 Memorial 68/422

No 1

BEADON, Arthur Chichester of Fowler Bay 1879[-1880] Memorial 225/319

BEADON, Arthur Chichester of Adelaide and Eucla 1884 Memorial 205/356

Sometimes erroneously called Andrew Chichester Beadon 1884 Memorial 210/356

No 1

BEADON, George Captain on the Retired List of the Royal Navy Creechbarrow, West Monkton, Somerset, England, died 1/2/1889. He appointed his son and sons-in-law the executors of his estate. He had land in England, South Australia and New Zealand to bequeathe to his family, 'together with free fishing in the River Tone'. Father of Oliver Armitage Beadon Lieutenant of Light Infantry in the Royal Marines.Father-in-law of the Rev'd William Frederick BRYANT Clerk in Holy Orders Clifton, Somerset; Joseph Dixon ADAMS doctor of medicine Martock, Somerset. The fourth legatee was Catherine Ann YOUNG widow of the late Henry Walter Young Esquire Clevedon, Somerset Application 24854

BEADON, George retired RN Captain Creechbarrow, West Monkton Somerset, England died 1/2/1889. Family - Oliver Armitage Beadon Esquire Taunton, Somerset, Anne YOUNG nee Beadon widow Clevedon, Somerset, sons-in-law Rev’d William Frederick BRYANT Clerk in Holy Orders Clifton, Glos; Joseph Dixon ADAMS doctor of medicine Martock, Somerset. Power of attorney to William POPE solicitor Eagle Chambers, King William St, Adelaide, to sell Beadon’s SA real estate 7/5/1903 Deposit 37/1899

BEADY, Peter farmer Salisbury 1850 Memorial 174/23.

No 1

BEAGLEHOLE, John gentleman North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 464/64

BEAGLEHOLE, John mason Adelaide 1856 Memorial 450/97

BEAGLEHOLE, John mason formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Moonta 1871 Application 11791

BEAGLEHOLE, John storekeeper Moonta trustee a Cemetery 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 92 County Daly

No 1

BEAGLEHOLE, William Henry miner Kooringa 1852 Memorial 81/42

BEAGLEHOLE, William Henry builder North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 3 County Daly

BEAGLEHOLE, William Henry builder Kadina and Margaret Beaglehole his wife 1863 Memorial 336/187

BEAGLEHOLE, William Henry builder Kadina. Trustee Public Cemetery Kadina 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

BEAGLEHOLE, William Henry and James JOHNSTON brewers and co-partners Lion Brewery, Jerningham St, North Adelaide 1876 Memorial 10/294

BEAGLEHOLE, William Henry brewer North Adelaide about to depart the province for a period 1898 Memorial 206/434

BEAGLEHOLE, William Henry retired brewer Brougham Place, North Adelaide, died 2/6/1917, of ateriosclerosis, aged 83. Born Cornwall, England. In SA for 68 years. Married aged 21 years. No family Application 29678

No 2

BEAGLEHOLE, William Henry miner Broken Hill NSW 1935 Memorial 193/509

BEAGLEY, Joab dairyman Adelaide Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1861 Grant Book 30 Page 277 County Grey

BEAKEY, Patrick labourer Stepney 1861 Application 2444

No 1- probably the same person

BEAL, George farmer Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 469/10.

BEALE, George parchment manufacturer Hindmarsh 1848[-1860] Memorial 264/12.

BEALE, George tanner Hindmarsh 1853[-1859] Memorial 82/50 Hindmarsh Oddfellow's Lodge trustee 1859 Memorial 151/159

BEALE, George currier Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 229/67

BEALE, George tanner and currier Hindmarsh 1860[-1863] Memorial 180/164

BEALE, Henry painter and glazier Bowden 1849 Memorial 106/19.

BEAL, John sailmaker Burra Mine 1860 Memorial 161/170

BEALE, John carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 165/20

BEALBY, Joseph gentleman Vincent Place, Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 102/28

BEAMAN, George no description and Jane Beaman his wife daughter of Francis FINEY publican Brighton 1854 Memorial 351/66

BEAMES, George labourer Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1851 Memorial 117/33

No 1

BEAMES, James sawyer Stringy Bark Forest 1850 Memorial 123/23.

BEAMES, James storekeeper Crafers [next to the Crafers Inn]. He could not read or write 1862 Application 3468

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BEAMES, James farmer Encounter Bay 1853[-1859] Memorial 88/51

No 1

BEAMES, Walter gentleman Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Peter PRANKERD land agent Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate 9/3/1854 Deposit 256/OA

BEAMES, Walter merchant Sydney 1855 Memorial 389/86

BEAMES, Walter gentleman Sydney (George St) 1855 Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant Memorial 17/94

No 1

BEAMES, William licensed victualler near Crafers 1866 Memorial 11/218

BEAMES, William licensed victualler Stirling East 1876 Memorial 88/294

BEAMES, William farmer near Crafers 1868 Memorial 47/237

BEAMES, William ship owner and Murray trader, became a bankrupt in 1881 Memorial 117/331

BEAMES, William Henry the Younger baker Clare 1924 Application 27244

No 1

BEAMISH, Ellen spinster Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 41/168

BEAMISH, Ellen spinster Pt Wallaroo 1867 Memorial 210/225

BEAMS, J HM Gaol Adelaide, linked with the late Harriett Beams of Brighton 1893 Application 22491

No 1

BEAN, Alexander yeoman Norwood 1851 Memorial 146/32

BEAN, Alexander teamster Adelaide deceased by 1854. Thomas innkeeper The Shades, Clement's Lane, London, England eldest brother and heir at law of the late Alexander Bean Memorial 308/78

BEAN, Susan Mary widow of Alexander Bean teamster corner of Sydenham Road and William St, Norwood, died 5/12/1851 intestate and without living children. Her husband had died 14/7/1851. A daughter, Susan Jane Bean, died 6/12/1851 Norwood, died the next day, of debility. The family buried in St Matthew’s cemetery. Jane RABONE monthly nurse Norwood gave this information 3/11/1857 Application 6323

No 1

BEAN, Arthur, George Thomas Bean and William Henry Bean tanners and curriers Thebarton 1863 Memorial 182/188

BEAN, Arthur farmer Sarnia 1867 Memorial 201/218

BEAN, Arthur importer formerly of Sarnia South Road but now of Adelaide 1867 Memorial 19/251

BEAN, Arthur gentleman South Road, St Marys on the Sturt 1871[-1884] Memorials 230 & 231/253

BEAN, Arthur gentleman Adelaide and Elizabeth Bean his wife 1886 Memorial 221/377, Application 20217

BEAN, Arthur formerly woolbroker now leather merchant Adelaide 1892, stated that he lived at St Mary's South Road in 1878 Application 22376

BEAN, Edgar L civil servant Adelaide 1923 Memorial 27/489

No 1 - very tangled. Perhaps the Elder and Younger?

BEAN George currier Adelaide 1841 Application 16021

BEAN, George tanner Adelaide 1841 Application 17556

BEAN, George currier Thebarton 1842 Memorial 337/1

Farmer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 59/44

Farmer Adelaide (King William St) 1848 Memorial 23/49

Farmer Thebarton 1850 Memorial 47/25

Currier Thebarton 1852 Memorial 232/43

BEAN, George currier Thebarton and Ann Bean his wife 1853 Linked with John Bean storekeeper Hindmarsh Memorial 324/48

BEAN, George farmer Thebarton 1853[-1855] Memorial 292/47

BEAN, George storekeeper Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 395/66

BEAN, George tanner Adelaide 1854 Memorial 5/73

BEAN, George tanner Thebarton linked with William Bean of Thebarton 1860 Memorial 81/162

BEAN, George of the Bull & Mouth Little Para 1850 Memorial 277/25

No 1

BEAN, George Thomas tanner and currier Adelaide 1863 Memorial 12/190

BEAN, George Thomas farmer Thebarton 1865 Memorial 202/201

BEAN, George Thomas merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to William Henry BEAN merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA estate 17/11/1869 Deposit 149/1876

BEAN, George Thomas formerly tanner and currier Adelaide 1862 but now of parts beyond the seas 1876 Application 15320

BEAN, George Thomas gentleman Adelaide linked with William Henry Bean wool and produce broker Adelaide 1892 Memorial 3/415

BEAN, J Alfred gentleman Fowler Bay 1866 Memorial 119/214

No 1 - possibly the same person

BEAN, John candle manufacturer Thebarton 1843 Memorial 2/3

Storekeeper Hindmarsh 1849[-1853] Memorial 393/14

BEAN, John the Elder of Thebarton 1849 Memorial 350/15

BEAN, John the Elder butcher and storekeeper Hindmarsh, died 25/4/1854. He left the following family - John Bean the Younger tanner Hindmarsh, Alfred Bean, Matilda Smith nee Bean wife of George SMITH blacksmith Adelaide; Selina Bean wife of George GREGORY wheelwright Gawler, Henry Bean, Edward Bean and Edward Bean. His wife, Elizabeth Bean, died 13/3/1870 Application 24470

No 1

BEAN, Joseph woodsplitter Stirling near Crafers 1856 Memorial 204/101

BEAN, Joseph labourer Stirling 1875 Application 14353

BEAN, Joseph labourer Stirling East, died 31/5/1884 Application 28840

No 1

BEAN, William H Rodbard clerk to James GORDON of Pt Pirie 1888 Memorial

144/390

BEAN, William H Rodbard solicitor Crystal Brook 1895 Memorial 90/424

BEAR, Frederick stockman Mt Brown 1868 Memorial 218/228

BEAR, Henry farmer Booyoolie Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 147 County Victoria

BEAR, Richard Hugh Elliott gentleman formerly of Adelade now of Chicago, Illinois USA 1854 WB RANDELL of Kenton Park, Gumeracha, was his local attorney Memorial 328/65

BEARD, Alfred Edmund blacksmith Mt Barker 1876[-1879] Memorial 114 Book 291, Application 17360

No 1

BEARD, Charles Esquire near Brighton, Sussex, England 1861 Memorial 349/176

BEARD, Charles Esquire Rottingdean near Brighton, Sussex, England Hundred of Grace land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 44 County Gawler

BEARD, Charles Esquire Rottingdean, Sussex, England, power of attorney to Edward WRIGHT the Younger, to manage his SA investments 8/9/1857. Appointed Nathaniel Alexander KNOX and Leonard William THRUPP solicitors King William St, Adelaide, his attorneys 14/11/1867. Died 21/2/1870. Left personal estate to his wife, Susannah Beard, absolutely and an annuity of £600 clear for life from the real estate and investments held in trust for the purpose. Estate then absolutely in remainder expectant to his late brother Steyning Beard’s sons, Steyning Beard the Younger, George Thomas Beard, Thomas Edward Beard and the Rev’d Thomas Beard Stokesby Rectory Norfolk, John Ralph Beard Lieutenant in HM 16th Lancers, and lots of other nephews and nieces. Estate worth £60,000. John LEWIS gentleman Sussex, acted as his solicitor for many years. Steyning Beard formerly the Younger was living at Rottingdean in 1904, when he appointed Knox, Gwynne and Hargrave of Adelaide as his attorneys to manage his late uncle’s land Deposits 210/1858, 205/1870

BEARD, Donald orchardist Cudlee Creek 1914[-1916] Memorial 146/471

No 1

BEARD, Elijah farmer the Light Hundred of Grace land grant 1858 Grant Book 27 Page 6 County Gawler

BEARD, Elijah farmer Grace Plains 1860 Memorial 73/163

No 1

BEARD, George farmer Kadina 1891 Memorial 201/411

No 2

BEARD, George labourer Lowrie Hill Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1895 Grant Book 50 Page 28 County Robe

No 1

BEARD, Henry mason Bowden, power of attorney to Charles Simeon HARE land agent Adelaide, to manage his land in Bowden 12/3/1858. Beard could not write Deposit 383/1859

BEARD, Henry the Elder and his wife Elizabeth Beard married at Minchinhampton, Glos, England. They lived in that village and then Bristol. Family of 3 daughters and one son. The Beards emigrated to SA in 1855. Henry Beard the Elder mason Bowden, died 2/7/1859 intestate, of fever, aged 60 (His wife Elizabeth Beard also died in that year). His only surviving son, Henry Beard formerly the Younger, born c1838 Bristol, labourer Mt Barker 1878 inherited his father's entire estate absolutely as heir at law, because the father’s will was invalid. Son George Beard born 1836 at Bristol, died c1839 'of the effects of measles and whooping cough'. The three daughters were Caroline WILSON, Maria WEBBER wife of Thomas Webber stonemason Long Gully near Mt Barker, and Charlotte Webber wife of Richard Webber no description. Thomas Webber had known Henry Beard the Younger since early boyhood Application 18095

BEARD, Henry mason Bowden, died c1859. He left his entire estate in equal shares absolutely to his three daughters - Caroline WILSON nee BEARD formerly widow of Robert Webber, Maria WEBBER and Charlotte Webber, but the will was invalid. Son-in-law Thomas Webber mason Bowden to be the executor. [Witnesses apparently the 3 sons-in-law, Richard Webber, Thomas Webber and John Wilson] Memorial 180/156

BEARD sisters 1859 - Caroline WILSON wife of John Wilson carpenter Bowden and formerly Caroline WEBBER relict of the late Robert Webber formerly mason Bowden; Maria WEBBER wife of Thomas Webber mason Bowden and Charlotte Webber wife of Richard Webber of Bowden Memorial 35/157

BEARD, Henry labourer near Mt Barker eldest son and heir at law of the late Henry Beard formerly of Bowden but now deceased 1878 Memorial 176/311

BEARD, Henry mason Mt Barker 1878 Application 17177

No 1

BEARD, James labourer Littlehampton 1877 Application 16360

No 2

BEARD, James horse owner Glenelg 1908 Memorial 168/459

No 1

BEARD, Robert slaughterman Thebarton 1851[-1854] Memorial 500/37.

BEARD, Robert of Thebarton Member of the West Torrens Land, Building and Investment Society 1856 Memorial 227/102

BEARD, Robert licensed victualler The Sturt 1860 Memorial 179/168

No 1

BEARD, Stephen labourer Cox Creek 1855 Memorial 282/81

BEARD, Stephen yeoman Balhannah 1859 Memorial 7/152

BEARD, Stephen farmer Cox Creek 1863 Memorial 49/191

BEARD, Stephen labourer Balhannah, died 28/4/1876 intestate. His widow, Jane Beard, who took out letters of administration, failed to finalise the estate before her death. New letters of administration to the Beards' only child, Esther BEAUMONT wife of John Beaumont the Elder farmer near Grünthal, to finalise the Beard estate. Estate worth £50. The Beards had lived on lots 56 & 57 in Balhannah 1882 Application 24211

BEARD, Thomas Clerk in Holy Orders 21 Grand Parade, Brighton, Sussex England 1883 Local attorney CT HARGRAVE Application 20025

BEARD, William bricklayer Littlehampton 1859[-1863] Memorial 348/158

BEARD, William James the Younger teamster Littlehampton and Annie Louisa Beard his wife 1907 Memorial 64/457

BEARD, William Sturges carrier Kingston Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 39 County Kimberley

No 1 - perhaps the same persson

BEARE, Edward blindmaker Adelaide 1884 Memorial 240/358

BEARE, Edward publican Exchange Hotel, Commercial Road, SA Company's reserve at Pt Adelaide 1907 Memorial 191/456

No 1

BEARE, Edwin Arthur solicitor Gawler 1893 Application 22513

BEARE, EA solicitor Kadina 1895[-1899] Memorial 46/424

BEARE, Edwin Arthur solicitor Wallaroo 1900 Memorial 190/441

No 1

BEARE, George bootmaker Stepney 1858[-1861] Memorial 172/139

BEARE, George hall porter Stepney 1867 Memorial 10/227

BEARE, George Town Hall porter Stepney 1874 Application 13967

BEARE, George Barnard Curtis ironworker Stepney 1881 Memorial 90/334

BEARE, Henry Howard linked with Section 1418 Hundred of Kuitpo 1894 Memorial 87/422

No 1

BEARE, John farmer Kadina trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Kadina 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

BEARE, John farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1904[-1906] Grant Book 14 Page 250 County Daly

No 1

BEARE, John James clerk Adelaide 1866[-1870] Memorial 166/215

BEARE, John J clerk to HH MILDRED solicitor Adelaide 1870[-1878] Memorial 191/248

BEARE, JJ solicitor Moonta 1893 Memorial 165/469

BEARE, John S clerk Adelaide 1876 Memorial 52/293

No 1

BEARE, Thomas Hudson gentleman formerly of Lee Place, East India Dock Rd, London, Middlesex, England but now of Adelaide 1838 Memorial 352/66 Farmer Netley 1854 Memorial 353/66

BEARE, Thomas Hudson farmer Section 10 Survey B 1856 Memorial 320/101

BEARE, Thomas Hudson farmer Section 101 Survey B 1858 Memorial 185/141

BEARE, Thomas Hudson farmer formerly of Netley but now of Prospect Cottage, Prospect 1858 Memorial 154/142

BEARE, VD spinster Clare linked with William Loose Beare no description 1883 Memorial 167/347

No 1

BEARE, WL of Bungaree near Clare 1860[-1861] Memorial 195/166

BEARE, William Loose Esquire Bungaree 1870 Application 10845

BEARE, William Loose Esquire Clare 1877 Memorial 21/301

BEARE, Wiliam Loose farmer near Clare 1877 Application 16271

BEARE, William Loose sheep farmer Clare 1878 Application 16862.

BEARE, William Loose gentleman Morley St, Glenelg, died 16/7/1910, of morbus cordis, aged 84. Born in London, England, he had come to SA 74 years ago. Married at 28. 3 sons and 5 daughters living Application 26111

BEASLEY, Ernest Albert of the Dorset Brewery Oakbank 1891 Memorial 212/409

No 1

BEASLEY, Francis gardener Havering on the Torrens 1850 Memorial 356/25

BEASLEY, Francis gentleman Maylands, died c1888. Husband of Catherine Miller Beasley. Father of John Samuel Beasley, Thomas Francis Beasley, James Beasley gardener Paradise and Stephen James Beasley carpenter Stirling West. Francis Beasley also owned the Anawana Estate along the Torrens River. James Beasley of Gawler linked with this family Memorial 199/412

BEASLEY, Catherine Miller widow Magill Rd, Maylands linked with the estate of the late Francis Beasley 1897 Memorial 9/432

BEASLEY, Frederick plumber and John Frank Masters railway station master Thebarton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Peake land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 53 County Buccleuch

No 1

BEASLEY, HJ land broker c/- BENNETT & FISHER Ltd Currie St, Adelaide 1922 Memorial 14/485

BEASLEY, HJ licensed landbroker Monreith 1926 Memorial 14/495

No 1

BEASLEY, James mason Magill 1855 Memorial 101/92

BEASLEY, James mason formerly of Magill but now of Pier Point, Pt Phillip Heads Vic 1857 Memorial 176/128

BEASLEY, James mason Pt Nepean Vic, power of attorney to his wife, Harriet Beasley of Magill SA, to sell his real estate in SA 15/6/1857 Application 6994

No 2

BEASLEY, James gardener Paradise 1878[-1881] Memorial 140/307, Application 18553

BEASLEY, James gardener Paradise linked with Stephen James Beasley carpenter Stirling West and Richmond Charles Beasley gardener Paradise 1892 Memorial 63/413

BEASLEY, James gardener East Marden. Payneham Cottage Homes trustee 1893 Memorial 45/417

BEASLEY, James gardener Marden 1893 Application 22489

No 3

BEASLEY, James of Mallala 1883 Memorial 122/349

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BEASLEY, John gardener Magill 1860 Application 1090

BEASLEY, John farmer Kanyaka near Pt Augusta 1880 Memorial 35/321

No 1

BEASLEY, Richmond Charles market gardener Paradise 1884 Memorial 204/390

BEASLEY, Richmond Charles market gardener formerly of Paradise but then of Orange Lane, Norwood, died 27/12/1893. Executor: Joseph John POWELL butcher Adelaide (Carrington St) Memorials 6 & 7/432

No 1

BEASLEY, Stephen James District Council Clerk Enfield 1906, declared that he was a son of Francis Beasley gentleman Maylands. SJ Beasley was born on 12/11/1853 on Section 508 Survey B, part of the Arrawarra Estate, which his parents owned. He left home in 1869 for business purposes, but frequently visited the property until 1892, when he again went to live on the estate. In 1903, he sold the home to Frank Hedley HOBBS. SJ Beasley's father owned land on both sides of the nearby Torrens River, and his boundary fences which crossed the river were carried away in flood waters from time to time Application 25216

BEASLEY, Stephen James of Enfield Clerk to the District Council of Yatala South 1910 Application 25806

No 1

BEASLEY, William fisheman Alberton 1853 Memorial 491/54

BEASLEY, William carter Angas St, Alberton 1881 Application 18544

BEASLEY, William fisherman Alberton 1883 Application 19945

BEASLEY, William out of business Fussell Place, Alberton, died 16/2/1896. Husband of Elizabeth Beasley Memorial 181/427

BEASLEY, Elizabeth widow Angas St, Alberton, died 24/2/1903. Mother of William Stanford Beasley, Edmund Beasley, Arthur Beasley, George Beasley. Grandmother of Grace Beasley, Arthur Beasley, Bertha Beasley (children of George Beasley) Memorial 86/448

BEASLEY, Elizabeth widow Angas St, Alberton (widow of William Beasley of Fussell, Place Alberton), died 24/2/1903. She had sons - Arthur Beasley goods porter 53 Cantonment St, Fremantle WA, Edward Beasley, William Stanford Beasley labourer Pt Adelaide, George Beasley (who had children Grace, Arthur and Bertha Beasley), Edmund Beasley labourer Buller Tce, Yatala. Estate worth £977 1903 Application 24603

BEASLEY, William Stanford labourer Pt Adelaide 1903 Memorial 64/449

BEATIE. David Gregory butcher Willunga. Willunga Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1874 Application 13981

No 1

BEATON, Angus labourer South Road and Bridget Beaton his wife 1877 Memorial 24/302

BEATON, Angus labourer St Marys South Road. His wife, Bridget Beaton, died 4/4/1890. She left her estate in shares to her nieces and nephews - Annie MCBRIDE (daughter of Michael McBride), Mary Ellen McBride (daughter of Patrick McBride), James McBride (son of Patrick McBride), John McBride the Younger harness maker Goodwood (son of John McBride the Elder), Thomas James McBride (son of Michael McBride) and William Francis McBride (son of Peter McBride). Mrs Beaton also had a good friend, Miss Kate HALLYWOOD, who could live in one of Mrs Beaton's houses until she married. Executor; Henry DAW butcher St Marys South Rd Memorials 18-19/444

No 2

BEATON, Angus labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1898 Grant Book 50 Page 117 County Robe

No 1

BEATON, David mariner Adelaide 1840 Application 15558

BEATON, David master mariner Pt Adelaide 1847 Memorial 177/8

Husband of Ann Beaton, of Alberton 1850 Memorial 24/25

Mariner Adelaide 1854 Memorial 438/68

BEATON, David of Alberton died early 1850s. His widow, Ann Beaton, who had a life interest in trust in his real estate, died 3/6/1864. By 1871, the children who inherited the estate in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant included; James Beaton telegraph station master Wallaroo, William Beaton farmer near Woodville, George Beaton farmer near Woodville, and Annie EDMUNDS wife of William Frederick Edmunds merchant Pt Adelaide Memorial 78/321

BEATON, David of Alberton died c1850, leaving his widow, Ann Beaton, a life interest in trust in certain real estate in Alberton, with absolute ownership to their surviving children in remainder expectant. She died 3/6/1854. The surviving children included James Beaton telegraph station master Wallaroo, William Beaton farmer Woodville, George Beaton farmer Wallaroo, and Annie Edmunds wife of William Frederick Edmunds chaff merchant Pt Adelaide 1861. By 1893, Annie Edmunds had become Mrs Annie O'DEA widow Minlaton, and George Beaton had become a farmer at Woodville Application 22322

BEATON, David storekeeper Alberton, died 26/3/1850. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Anne Beaton, for life, then to their surviving children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Anne Beaton died 3/6/1854. Surviving children after her death - James and William BEATON farmers Oyster Bay, Annie EDMUNDS wife of William Frederick EDMUNDS farmer Oyster Bay. By 1875, James Beaton was telegraph station master Wallaroo. John Stuart Duncan of Woodville declared 1875 that his late wife Frances DUNCAN nee Beaton was a sister to David Beaton Application 14317

BEATON, James telegraph station master Moonta, William Beaton, George Beaton, and Annie EDMUNDS, wife of William Frederick Edmunds farmers Yorke Peninsula 1875 the children of the late David Beaton formerly storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1839. [How was WF Edmunds related to Arthur Joseph Edmunds solicitor Pt Adelaide?] Application 14317

BEATON, James telegraph operator Wallaroo Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 338 County Fergusson

No 1

BEATON, Duncan shoemaker Milang 1859 Memorial 124/155

No 2

BEATON, Duncan farmer Tantanoola, died 3/9/1896. Executor – Peter Beaton was a reporter in Brisbane Qld by 1929 Grant Book 30 Page 209 County Grey

BEATON, Ella Mary formerly O'NEIL wife of Horace Edgar Beaton labourer Torrens Park, Lower Mitcham (Father: William MCCALLUM; born at Meereek Vic) 1928 Application 27695

BEATON, George Henry builder Church Ave, Norwood 1920 Application 26860

BEATON, John labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 207 County Grey

BEATON, Malcolm farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1882[-1883] Grant Book 50 Page 115 County Robe

BEATON, William farmer Stansbury and Mary Beaton his wife 1887 Memorial 214/393

BEATON, William John clerk Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 301 County Grey

BEATSON, William farmer Point Sturt Congregational Church member 1859 Memorial 79/162

No 1

BEATTIE, David Gregory butcher Willunga 1858[-1867] Memorial 218/141

BEATTIE, DG of Willunga 1880 Memorial 73/322

No 1

BEATTIE, Elizabeth widow Truro, died 19/4/ 1892 intestate. Mother of John Henry BENNETT butcher Truro, William Charles Bennett fireman Prospect, Elizabeth Jane GODLEE wife of Alfred Godlee boilermaker Little Adelaide, Bessie LLOYD wife of William Lloyd farmer Price, Ellen JAY wife of James Dingley Jay butcher Truro and Alfred Bennett licensed victualler Truro Memorial 161/421

No 2

BEATTIE, Elizabeth married woman North Adelaide 1900[-1916] Memorial 199/441

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BEATTIE, James carter Queenstown and Maria Beattie his wife 1887 Application 21102

BEATTIE, James labourer Rosewater 1891 Application 22121

BEATTIE, Stephen labourer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 119 County Grey

No 1

BEATTIE, William architect Pt Adelaide 1873[-1881] Memorial 125/270

BEATTIE, William civil engineer and architect Pt Adelaide, died 28/9/1886 Application 21144

BEATTON, James postmaster Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 154 County Manchester

BEATTON, William carrier Cheltenham and Mary Ann Beatton his wife 1906 Memorial 149/456

BEATTY, Alfred formerly fisherman late dairy farmer Pt Noarlunga, died 3/11/1906. He could not write. Husband of Amelia Alice Beatty, whom he married on 1/3/1877. They went to live in a new house which he had built in 1874. His mother, Catherine Beatty, lived in a small cottage near his home. She died 6/11/1884. Her son, Alfred Beatty, was her child by Richard LONGLEY who had died in 1845, when his son was an infant. Richard Longley had bought Section 314 Hundred of Noarlunga in 1840 and gave it to Catherine Beatty on his death soon after Alfred Beatty was born. Alfred Beatty had gone out to work from the age of 7 to help keep him and his mother. She gave the land to him when he turned 21. In 1887, a John Longley [apparently a nephew of Richard Longley] of Bletchley near Strathalbyn had attempted to claim the Section (through solicitors EJ Tucker), but in September 1900 apologised for trying to do so, but said he knew nothing about a solicitor's letter Application 25206

No 1

BEATY, Malachai farmer Mudla Wirra 1875 Application 14803

BEATY, Malachi farmer Clinton 1880 Memorial 91/329

BEATY, Malachi farmer near Kainton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 134 County Daly

BEATY, Malachi farmer Kainton 1888 Memorial 14/395

BEATY, Malachi farmer Cinla/Cinta 1891 Memorial 93/409

BEATTY, Rowland builder Glenelg 1850[-1854] Memorial 417/20

Storekeeper Glenelg mid 1850 Memorial 255/23

BEATTY, Samuel Rowland Lot 24 Glenelg before 1854. Enrolment

BEAU, Edwin hawker Hindmarsh 1892 Application 22284

BEATUP, James blacksmith Angle Vale Hundred of Munno Para 1874 Memorial 227/271

No 1

BEAUCHAMP, B clerk Adelaide 1890[-1897] Memorial 211/403

BEAUCHAMP, B law clerk Adelaide 1914[-1922] Memorial 86/470

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of the previous entry

BEAUCHAMP, BJ/T law clerk Adelaide 1898[-1909] Memorial 48/436

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BEAUCHAMP, Edward T clerk to Messrs BAGOT & LABATT solicitors Adelaide (Clark Buildings, Hindley St) 1861[-1863] Memorial 192/179

BEAUCHAMP, Edward Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1862 Memorial 172188

BEAUCHAMP, Frederick carter Magill 1866 Application 7139

No 1

BEAUCHAMP, John butcher Kincraig near Narracoorte Creek 1862 Memorial 43/189

BEAUCHAMP, John butcher Narracoorte 1867 Memorial 228/221

No 2

BEAUCHAMP, John farmer Woodchester and Jane Caroline Beauchamp his wife 1884 Application 20305

No 3

BEAUCHAMP, John farm labourer Basket Range Co Adelaide. Hundred of Price land grant 1909 Grant Book 6 Page 81 County Buccleuch

No 1

BEAUCHAMP, WG storekeeper Kanyaka 1873 Memorial 43/265

BEAUCHAMP, William George licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1876 Memorial 52/293

BEAUCHAMP, William George licensed victualler Pichi Richi Pass 1880[-1881] Memorial 94/322

BEAUCHAMP, William George licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1883 Memorial 131/347

BEAUCOURT, Louis labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 402/88 Gardener Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 286/93

BEAUMONT, Alfred John baker Broken Hill NSW 1891 Application 22182

No 1

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853 Memorial 373/57

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick trader near Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 13/76

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick farmer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 86/80

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick and Jesse James Beaumont farmers Tam O'Shanter Place [Should this be Tam O'Shanter Belt or Land?] 1855[-1856] Memorial 195/94

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick gentleman Islington 1857 Memorial 8/132

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick gate keeper Islington 1858 Memorial 83/138

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick farmer near Adelaide 1865 linked with Jesse James Beaumont farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt Application 6112

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick gentleman Dry Creek 1872 Application 11968

No 2 - possibly the same person

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick farmer Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 280/92

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick gentleman Hindmarsh and Ann Beaumont his wife 1898 Memorial 164/436

No 3

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick gentleman Section 85 Hundred of Melville. Linked with Frederic STANLEY merchant Adelaide 1872 Grant Book 19 Page 63 County Fergusson

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick publican Edithburgh Hundred of Melville land grant 187[-1875] Grant Book 19 Page 68 County Fergusson

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick gentleman Diamond Lake linked with Paul Lambert Beaumont farmer Tothill Creek 1880 Memorial 101/324

No 4

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick gentleman Kensington 1886[-1887] Memorial 214/373, Application 21157

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick gentleman formerly of Kensington but now of Parkside linked with Jesse James Beaumont farmer Edithburgh 1887 Memorial 237/385

BEAUMONT, Charles Frederick gentleman formerly of Kensington but now of Parkside 1894 Application 22624

No 1

BEAUMONT, George Esquire The Birdcage, Northowram, near Halifax, Yorks, England, died 1/1/1858. Real estate in trust to his wife, Alice, for life, then to their daughter, Mary Isabella BEECROFT, wife of George Skirrow Beecroft, for life, then to her husband during his life, then to her children absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £5,000. George Beaumont had begun to invest in SA land in the late 1830s, when he gave Thomas FREEMAN money to buy Land Order 860 to purchase Section 705 District C. 28/7/1849 appointed John and George MORPHETT local agents to administer the SA estate 28/7/1841 Deposits 33/OA & 311/1860

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BEAUMONT, George the Elder bootmaker Smithfield 1891. He purchased lot 71 pt Section 3165 Hundred of Munno Para in 1866, paying £22 for the land and a two-roomed cottage. Joseph BLAKE added another two rooms and placed a new roof over the whole structure for him for £29/16/- in 1873 Application 22083

BEAUMONT, George the Younger railway ganger Smithfield 1891 Application 22081

No 1

BEAUMONT, Henry George baker Hindmarsh 1844 Memorial 224/4

BEAUMONT, Henry George farmer Tam O’Shanter Land 1849 Memorial 102/16

No 2

BEAUMONT, Henry George bricklayer Brompton 1852 Memorial 498/45

BEAUMONT, Henry George gentleman Hindmarsh 1854[-1866] Memorial 431/65

BEAUMONT, Henry George bricklayer and stone mason Hindmarsh, died 7/12/1872. Husband of Jane Beaumont Memorials 157/263, 233/278

BEAUMONT, Jane widow Hindmarsh relict of the late Henry George Beaumont now deceased 1873[-1874] Memorial 157/266

BEAUMONT, Henry Hall farmer Tam O’Shanter Land 1849[-1857] Memorial 479/17 Julia A Beaumont no description witnessed the transaction 1854 Memorial 175/73

BEAUMONT, Jessie widow Adelaide 1885 Application 20618.

No 1

BEAUMONT, Jesse James farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 123/81

Farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1855[-1857] Memorial 192/84

BEAUMONT, Jesse James farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt, about to leave SA, power of attorney to his brother, Charles BEAUMONT, to manage his SA estate 277/2/1860. He had land in the Hundred of Pt Adelaide Deposit 297/1864

BEAUMONT, Jesse James farmer formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now of New Zealand 1862. Charles Beaumont farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt his SA attorney Application 2780

BEAUMONT, Jesse James farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt linked with Charles Beaumont of the same place 1864 Memorial 138/199

BEAUMONT, Jesse James farmer formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now absent therefrom 1864 Memorial 146/200

BEAUMONT, Jesse James formerly farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt but now miner Thames Fields, New Zealand, linked with Charles Frederick Beaumont his SA attorney 1869 Memorial 20/237

No 1

BEAUMONT, John yeoman Cox Creek 1859 Memorial 7/152

BEAUMONT, John farmer Cox Creek 1863[-1870] Memorial 49/191

BEAUMONT, John farmer Grünthal 1872 Memorial 102/259

BEAUMONT, John the Elder farmer near Grünthal and Esther Beaumont his wife formerly Esther BEARD 1883[-1901] Memorial 156/347

No 1

BEAUMONT, Joseph of Adelaide 1887 Memorial 208/388

BEAUMONT, Joseph fancygoods dealer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1890[-1897] Memorial 43/405

BEAUMONT, Joseph fancygoods importer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1905 Memorial 80/453

BEAUMONT, Joseph stationer Broken Hill NSW 1912 Memorial 54/467

No 1

BEAUMONT, Paul Lambert farmer Tothill Creek 1861[-1874] Memorial 257/177

BEAUMONT, Paul Lambert farmer Tothill Creek, died 26/11/1880. He left his entire estate to his wife, Rosa Beaumont, during her widowhood, and then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to their children, Amelia Beaumont and Paul Beaumont. Charles Frederick Beaumont gentleman near Edithburgh linked with this family Memorials 147 & 153/329

BEAUMONT, Paul Lambert farmer Tothill Creek, died 26/11/1880. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Rosey Beaumont, and their two children Amelia and Paul Beaumont. If the widow remarried, she would be entitled to one third of the estate absolutely immediately. Otherwise, she would enjoy the estate in trust for life, and the two children would then inherit everything equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £400. Family linked with Charles Frederick Beaumont gentleman Diamond Lake Yorke Peninsula Application 19063

No 1

BEAUMONT, Rolfe clerk to WC BELT solicitor Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 248/292

BEAUMONT, Rolfe clerk to Messrs BELT & Son solicitors Adelaide 1878[-1887] Memorial 2/309

BEAUMONT, Rolfe law clerk Adelaide 1889 Memorial 202/396

BEAUMONT, Rolfe of North Unley and Frances Maria Beaumont his wife 1890 Memorial 179/405

BEAUMONT, Rolfe agent North Unley 1906 Memorial 151/454

BEAUMONT, Rolfe agent King William Rd, North Unley 1908 Memorial 148/459

BEAUMONT, Rolfe agent North Unley and Frances Maria Beaumont his wife. Alberta Beaumont of North Unley mentioned 1912[-1915] Memorial 166/466

BEAUMONT, Frances Maria wife of Rolfe Beaumont gentleman North Unley, power of attorney to Alberta Beaumont spinster Adelaide, to manage her SA estate 23/2/1893 Deposit 19/1893

BEAUMONT, William butcher Milang 1895 Memorial 9/425

BEAUMONT, William Charles post office clerk North Unley 1903 Memorial 41/449

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BEAUREGARD, Joseph labourer Aberdeen 1858 Memorial 254/138

BEAUREGARD, Joseph Treffle labourer Aberdeen 1858 Memorial 167/141 Labourer Co Burra 1858 Memorial 137/146

BEAUTYMAN, Benjamin Wadsworth fitter Pt Pirie, changed his name to Benjamin WADSWORTH 1943 Memorial 50/517

BEAVER, Eugene Birbergeil of Gawler Place, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 170/405

BEAVER, Horace Percy of Adelaide 1897 Memorial 155/433

BEAVIS, Edward carpenter Norwood 1858 Memorial 379/138

BEBEE, Charles Howard guest house proprietor Glenelg 1926 Application 27497

BECHINIE, Gustav Theodore storekeeper Gawler 1858 Memorial 169/144

BECHTEL, Robert saddler Glenelg 1898[-1902] Memorial 125/438

BECK, Adolph and Sophie of Sutherlands 1890 Memorial 212/405

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BECK, Anthony Robert farmer Macclesfield 1857[-1861] Memorial 18/131, Application 2472

BECK, Anthony Robert formerly storekeeper Exeter but now out of business Magill and Ann Beck his wife 1885 Memorial 114/396

BECK, Berual Morris chief officer SS Lameroo 1911 Memorial 83/464

No 1

BECK, Charles merchant Adelaide (Flinders St) 1838 Application 6322

BECK, Charles merchant Adelaide. Foundation director of the Adelaide Auction Company 1840 Application 2632

BECK, Charles of Adelaide formerly merchant and commission agent Adelaide (Flinders St), but now a bankrupt 1843. Formerly in co-partnership with James WADDELL (late ship and insurance broker Leadenhall St, London, Middlesex, England but now dealer and chapman 21 Finsbury Square, London, Middlesex, England), trading in Britain under the style or firm of Waddell, Beck & Co and in Adelaide as Charles Beck & Co Memorial 283/3

BECK, Charles merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) in leased premises 1844 Memorial 257/4

BECK, Charles merchant Adelaide 1846 Memorial 62/6

BECK, Charles merchant Adelaide 1847 appointed local attorney for his father Charles Beck the Elder gentleman 12 Glengale Grove, Old Kent Road, Camberwell, Surrey, England Memorial 468/10

BECK, Charles merchant Adelaide. North Kapunda Mining Company Director 1849 Memorial 451/36

BECK, Charles the Younger of 2 St Peter's Alley, Cornhill, London, Middlesex, England 1855 Memorial 178/88

BECK, Charles formerly of Finchley New Road St John Wood, Middlesex, England, then of Rome, Italy, died Paris, France 1/7/1883 Memorial 23/357

BECK, Ellen Kingsman widow formerly of Folkstone Kent, England but now of Englefield House Englefield Green, Surrey 1885 Memorial 217/367

BECK, Ellen Kingsman widow Northmoor Dulverton, Somerset, England (formerly of Folkstone, Kent, then Englefield House, Englefield Green, Surrey, then Clewer Lodge, Windsor, Berks), relict of the late Charles Beck (formerly of London and then Rome, Italy), died 19/3/1894, aged 74. John Frederick Hornby Lieutenant Colonel in the 12th Lancers on the retired list lived at Clewer Lodge [was he a nephew or some other relative of Mrs Beck?] Memorials 208-211/442 & Application 26544

BECK, Frederick traveller Norwood 1919 Application 26796

No 1

BECK, Frederick John merchant Camberwell (son of Charles Beck the Elder merchant) m Jane EDWARDS 18 spinster Pattingham (father Henry Edwards merchant) on 2/2/1847 Pattingham Parish Church, Staffs, England. They came to SA, where their eldest son, Frederick Henry Beck, was born at Woodforde on 16/2/1848. By 2/8/1870, FH Beck was formerly a Lieutenant, but now a Captain in HM 15th Hussars, at Meerut, in the East Indies, power of attorney to John Beck and George Frederick Beck HANCOCK gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his SA property. 12/4/1882, John Beck, brother to FJ Beck, about to leave SA to live in England (John Beck had lived in SA for many years and was now the only surviving partner in the firm of FJ Beck & Co). He made GFB Hancock his attorney to manage his SA affairs Deposit 42/1883

BECK, Charles Edward major in the 12th Prince of Wales Royal Lancers now quartered at Manchester, Lancs, England 1890 Memorial 50/407

BECK, Frederick Henry lieutenant colonel 15th King's Hussars presently stationed at Cahir, Ireland 1890 Memorial 56/407

BECK, Heber John farmer Napperby Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 374 County Victoria

No 1

BECK, Henry Edward gardener Watervale 1892[-1892] Application 22275.

BECK, Henry Edward gardener Watervale, died 3/9/1918. Husband of Catherine Beck. Children: Francis Xavier Beck state school teacher Waikerie, Joseph Michael Beck postmaster Pt Augusta, Henry Valentine Beck no description and Leo Peter Thomas Beck farmer Watervale. Estate worth £900 Application 26905

BECK, Henry Edward gardener Watervale, died 3/9/1919. Husband of Catherine Beck. Father of Francis Xavier Beck schoolteacher Waikerie, Joseph Michael Beck postmaster Pt Augusta, Henry Valentine Beck and Leo Peter Thomas Beck farmer Watervale Memorials 6 & 38/478

No 1

BECK, Henry Valentine and Leo Peter Thomas Beck farmers Watervale 1923 Memorial 55/487

BECK, Henry Valentine gardener Watervale 1924 Memorial 81/491

BECK, Henry Valentine formerly farmer and gardener Watervale now out of business Sevenhill, aged 71 in 1952, declared that he had lived in Watervale all his life until he moved to Sevenhill in cMay 1951 Application 28873

No 1

BECK, John and Richard Low Beck Esquires Tokenhouse Yard, London, Middlesex, England 1839. John Beck was still of this address in March 1856. Lister Beck gentleman was at 5 Tokenhouse Yard in 1856 Memorials 210, 211 /1, 161/114

BECK, John merchant Adelaide by December 1856[-1857] Memorial 181/121

BECK, John merchant Adelaide, (who had lived in SA for many years and was now the only surviving partner in the firm of FJ Beck & Co) about to depart for England 12/4/1882 Deposit 42/1883

BECK, John of London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Robert Moore STEELE of Adelaide to manage his SA business affairs 1890 Memorial 193/406

BECK, John of Cedar House 52 North Side Clapham Common, Surrey, England and Martha Beck his wife, who died 1897 Memorial 222/438

BECK, Martha died 1/8/1897. Wife of John Beck Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of 3 Dorville Rd, Lee, Kent, England 1903 Memorial 120/449

No 2

BECK, John schoolmaster Kapunda 1855[-1857] Memorial 375/87

BECK, JW JP railway clerk Pt Lincoln 1928 Memorial 184/500

No 1

BECK, Lancelot R clerk at the Savings Bank Adelaide 1871 Memorial 57/252

BECK, LR clerk Savings Bank Norwood 1875 Memorial 48/282

BECK, ME secretary to the firm of John McGrath Ltd of North Tce, Adelaide 1933 Memorial 150/506

No 1

BECK, Richard Low Esquire 5 Tokenhouse Yard, London. Bought Section 536 as a land grant with a land order 8/6/1838. Power of attorney to Joseph May druggist, late of Hertford, ‘but now proceeding to SA’, to manage the Section on Beck’s behalf 21/5/1839 Deposit 24/1860

BECK, Richard Low wine merchant Tokenhouse Yard, London, and Stamford Hill, Middlesex, England, died c1854. His wife, Rachel Beck, inherited all the household goods absolutely, as well as possession in trust for life of her husband's books and engravings. On her death or remarriage, these items were to be distributed equally amongst the testator's children. His sons, William and Richard Beck, were to be joint executors and receive the remainder of the estate to invest in stocks and shares. Half the income to go to the widow for life; the other half to go into a trust fund to be shared out equally as each child became 21 or the daughters married. Executor Richard Beck manufacturing optician Stamford Hill, died 30/9/1866, of valvular heart disease (20 years) and kidney disease (2/3 months), aged 38. William Beck (architect 33 Finsbury Circus, London), the surviving executor, sold his father's land grant Section 503 Survey B (12/3/1839) to Christian SAUERBIER farmer Happy Valley in 1873 Application 13164

BECK, Sebastian baker Glenelg 1854[-1868] Memorial 64/80

Mary Beck his wife 1855[-1868] Memorial 108/87

Loyal Temple of Peace Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 274/185

No 1 - probably mixture of the Elder and Younger

BECK, Thomas farmer Gawler River 1853[-1856] Land purchase near Skillogolee Creek Memorial 290/48

BECK, Thomas sheep farmer Mulierbo near Kooringa 1866 Memorial 193/210

BECK, Thomas farmer formerly of Skillogolee Creek but now of Moonta 1876 Memorial 130/289

BECK, Thomas agent Orroroo 1888 Memorial 193/389

BECK, Thomas farmer Skillogolee Creek 1903 Memorial 146/448

No 1

BECK, William builder Adelaide 1846 Memorial 84/6

BECK, William builder Kensington 1847[-1848] Memorial 90/10

BECK, William licensed victualler Kensington 1847 Memorial 52/8

BECK, William gentleman Kensington 1851 Memorial 317/37.

BECK, William licensed victualler Kensington, died c1850. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Beck, for life or during her widowhood, then in equal shares absolutely to his children in remainder expectant once they reached 21 or the daughters married Memorial 163/60

BECK, William deceased. His family included Sarah HAMBIDGE wife of John Hambidge builder Kensington [perhaps part of this family], and Rebecca Beck, Sarah Beck and Ellen Beck infants under the age of 21 years 1866 Memorial 231/211

BECK, Sarah Ann licensed victualler Kensington, became a bankrupt in 1862 Memorial 98/185

BECKER, August farmer Koonunga 1899 Application 23751

No 1

BECKER, Gustav Moritz farmer Neukirch near Stockwell 1880[-1881] Grant Book 24 Page 499 County Frome

BECKER, Gustav Moritz farmer Appila 1891 Memorial 67/411

No 1 - Leopold Hugo Becker

BECKER, Hugo brickmaker Greenock Creek 1858 Memorial 71/138

BECKER, Hugo schoolmaster Greenock Creek 1863 Memorial 291/190

BECKER, Leopold Hugo gentleman Seppeltsfield 1859[-1871] Memorial 239/152

BECKER, Leopold Hugo teacher Greenock 1864 Application 5672

BECKER, Hugo of Seppeltsfield 1866 Memorial 79/251

BECKER, Hugo formerly brickmaker 1858 but now storekeeper Greenock Creek 1867 Application 8283

BECKER, Hugo teacher Hundred of Waterloo 1873 Memorial 189/266

BECKER, Hugo farmer Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] Hundred of Cudlamudla land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 120 County Newcastle

BECKER, Hugo farmer near Wilson 1890 Memorial 231/408

BECKER, Joachim labourer Mt Gambier Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1899 Grant Book 49 Page 31 County Newcastle

BECKER, Joseph of Bourke 1877 Memorial 210/304

BECKER, Philipp carpenter Adelaide (Flinders St) 1850 Memorial 81/23

BECKER, Theodor teacher Daveyston 1876 Memorial 174/295

BECKERS, George carter Prospect 1891 Memorial 226/406

BECKETT, David farmer St Marys South Road 1851 Memorial 225/30

BECKETT, William James labourer Wolseley. Hundred of Stirling land grant 1913 Grant Book 7 Page 24 County Buckingham

BECKMAN, George Stewart Valentine farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 102 County Chandos

BECKMANN, Christian farmer Finniss Vale trustee unnamed School Hundred of Finniss Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

No 1

BECKMANN, Diedrich Christian Eduard butcher Clare 1857 Memorial 78/117

BECKMANN, Diedrich Christian Eduard gentleman Clare, died c1873 He left the whole of his estate to his brother, Johann Diedrich August Beckmann of Moonta, in trust, to give a quarter to their mother, Sophia Beckmann, and the rest to their sister, Johanne Beckmann, of Bremen, Germany Memorial 101/268

BECKMANN, Heinrich labourer Mt Gambier 1875 Memorial 64/282

No 1

BECKMANN, Heinrich Adolph mariner Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15133

BECKMANN, Heinrich Adolph fisherman Pt Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 67/302, Application 16224

No 1

BECKMANN, Heinrich Ludwig labourer Stepney 1853[-1854] Memorial 462/56

BECKMANN, Heinrich Ludwig widower gardener Stepney married Hannah Maria CHIVELL widow of George Chivell Bay Road Lower Plympton (who died 15/5/1862) on 28/1/1864 St Luke's Whitmore Square, Adelaide. HL Beckmann labourer, market gardener and dairyman Bay Road, died 11/4/1888, of heart disease, aged 73. His wife, Hannah Maria Beckmann, died 17/3/1897, of senile decay, aged 86. The Beckmanns had at least one child - Sophia Johanna Agnes spinster Beckmann St, Glandore West, who died 19/11/1935. Her estate, worth £1,119, was left to various friends. Richard STREETER out of business Streeter St, Plympton 1936 used to help her with her business affairs. He knew the whole family well Application 28005

BECKMANN, Henry George linked with Section 19 Hundred of Wonoka 1886 Memorial 167/374

BECKMANN, Joachim Martin Carl of Clare 1859 Memorial 30/161

Butcher Clare 1878 Memorial 201/312

BECKMANN, Johann Amandus labourer Tea Tree Gully 1867 Memorial 182/224

BECKMANN, Johann Diedrich August butcher Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1861[-1872] Grant Book 14 Page 28 County Daly

No 1

BECKMANN, Johann Gottlieb August farmer Clare 1855[-1861] Memorial 287/86

BECKMANN, Johann Gottlieb August farmer formerly of Clare 1855 but now of Moonta 1865 Application 6463

BECKMANN, Johann Gottlieb August butcher Moonta 1865 Memorial 206/203

BECKMANN, Johann Gottlieb August formerly farmer Clare 1861 but now butcher Moonta 1868 Application 9191

BECKWITH, Elinor Hope clerk to the District Council of Pt Lincoln 1925 Application 27370

No 1

BECKWITH, John of Mt Bryan 1883 Memorial 154/354

BECKWITH, John farmer Mt Bryan. Kooringa Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Memorial 5/383

BECKWITH, Louis Murray District Council Clerk Woodside 1941 Application 26641

No 1 - perhaps the same family

BECKWITH, Ralph James postmaster Pt Lincoln 1956 Application 29183

BECKWITH, Ruth Agnes married woman Pt Lincoln 1956 Application 29182