Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

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

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

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Ba* - Bec*

Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fa* - Fl*

Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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O*

Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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

Names Beginning 'Bed*' to 'Bow*'

No 1

BEDDIES, Johann Heinrich Fritz licensed victualler Maid and Magpie Inn near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 332/19

BEDDIES, Johann Heinrich Fritz publican Stepney 1851 Memorial 58/36.

BEDDIES, Johann Heinrich Fritz licensed victualler Norwood 1854[-1855] Memorial 132/65

BEDDIES, Johann Heinrich Fritz licensed victualler Maid and Magpie Inn near Adelaide 1855 15 year lease of the hotel at £156 for the 1st year and £208 for the remainder of the term Memorial 255/81

BEDDOME, John Winter farmer Quorn 1880 Memorial 138/326

No 1

BEDDOME, Mary Ann Fanny spinster Currency Creek daughter of Robert Winter Beddome Esquire Currency Creek 1858 Memorial 75/139

BEDDOME, Mary Ann Fanny spinster Palm Place, Hackney 1867 Memorial 215/223

BEDDOME, Richard bookkeeper Stepney 1877 Application 15908

No 1

BEDDOME, Robert Winter gentleman Currency Creek 1843[-1856] Memorial 4401/71

BEDDOME, Robert Winter schoolmaster Currency Creek and Mary Ann Beddome his wife 1860 Memorial 258/170

BEDDOME, Robert Winter formerly of Currency Creek but now of Willunga and Mary Ann Beddome his wife 1862 Memorial 246/180

No 1

BEDDOME, Samuel Esquire District C 1844 Memorial 1844 Memorial 203/4

BEDDOME, Samuel Esquire late of District C, but now of North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 108/15

BEDDOME, Samuel Esquire Norwood 1861 Memorial 154/178

BEDDOME, Samuel JP for SA and Vic 1864 Memorial 99/195

BEDDOWES, Benjamin carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 409/58

BEDELLA, William Henry labourer Glenelg 1872[-1880] Memorial 215/263, Application 18135

No 1

BEDFORD, Frank Maurice motor launch proprietor Goolwa 1929 Memorial 49/502

BEDFORD, Frank Maurice dairyman Goolwa 1952 Memorial 2/527

BEDFORD, Mabel Faith wife of Gilbert Bedford of Newlands, Campbellford, Ontario, Canada, power of attorney to Edward Francis Goode and Matthew Albert Good merchants Stephens Place, Adelaide, to manage her SA estates 19/3/1912 Deposit 31/1919

BEDFORD, Robert farmer Kyancutta 1918 Memorial 131/476

No 1

BEDINGFELD/BEDINGFIELD, Eldred Esquire Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 67/35.

BEDINGFELD, Eldred Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in England 1862 Memorial 89/193

BEDINGFELD, Eldred Havers Esquire formerly of Adelaide SA, but now of Mont Fleury, Paraimé, France, power of attorney to Henry Rymill land agent Imperial Chambers, King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA estate 4/9/1867 Deposit 54/1870

BEDNALL, EB bank manager Norwood 1922 Memorial 153/484

No 1

BEDNALL, Maurice William articled law clerk Gilberton 1924 Memorial 89/492

BEDNALL, Maurice William solicitor Kooringa 1938 Application 28012

BEDNALL, Maurice William solicitor formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1941 Memorial 194/515

BEDNALL, Maurice William solicitor Burra, aged 52 in 1956, declared that he had known Burra for more than 30 years Application 29150

BEE, James T bookkeeper Saddleworth 1873 Memorial 70/267

No 1

BEE, Jasper clerk Norwood Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

BEE, Jasper clerk Norwood. Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Church Trustee 1882 Application 19463

No 1

BEE, John Tallant farmer Byethorne Nairne in joint partnership with John CLEZY Esquire Byethorne Nairne in cultivating Byethorne. Partnership dissolved in 1854, with JT Bee purchasing J Clezy's share for £450 'all the stock and crops now on the farm and all the debts due to the said partnership'. JT Bee then took out a 21-year lease of Byethorne at £100 a year Memorials 278/63, 220/67

BEE, John Tallant farmer Nairne 1857[-1862] Memorial 113/131

BEE, John Tallant became bankrupt 27/12/1861 James William LEWIS appointed trade assignee Application 19601

BEE, John Tallant agent Nairne 1867 Memorial 194/220

BEE, John Tallant gentleman Clare 1883 Memorial 56/347

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BEE, Thomas Walker gentleman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 313/140

BEE, Tom gentleman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 229/226

BEE, Thomas Walker police inspector Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 10 County Eyre

No 1

BEE, Walter Henry and Christopher Colombus HILL wheatbuyers Saddleworth trading under the style of Bee & Hill 1887 Memorial 116/383

BEE, Walter Henry agent Saddleworth 1887[-1890] Memorial 47/384

BEE, Walter H storekeeper Saddleworth 1901[-1902] Memorial 47/444

BEEBEE, Charles Howard baker Pt Elliot 1924 Application 27264

No 1

BEEBY, George Stephenson Berry accountant Adelaide 1880 Application 18242

BEEBY, George Stephenson accountant North Adelaide (Archer St) 1880 Memorial 197/321

BEEBY, Louisa widow North Adelaide, about to quit SA for a time, power of attorney to Andrew Sinclair Neill Esquire Pt Adelaide, to manage her SA affairs 27/10/1883 Deposit 34/1884

BEEBY, Louisa widow North Adelaide 1884 Memorial 203/355

BEEBY, Louisa widow Woodville 1890 Memorial 239/401

No 1

BEEBY, John miller Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1857[-1863] Memorial 285/119

BEEBY, John miller Adelaide, died c1865. He left his entire estate absolutely to his wife, Margaret Beeby formerly MELVIN, apart from some individual bequests of personal estate Memorial 103/205

BEECHEN, H labourer Mitcham 1876 Memorial 119/289

BEECHINIE, Gustav Theodore of Gawler 1856 Memorial 84/110

BEECHEY, John labourer Macclesfield 1852 Memorial 343/42.

BEECHING, George farmer Prospect, died 1884. His entire estate in trust to his wife, Margaret Beeching formerly TOY during her widowhood then to their unnamed children equally absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 174/361

No 1

BEECHING, Walter oveseer of works Prospect 1916, a son of the late George Beeching Application 26537

BEECHING, Walter foreman Prospect 1926 Application 27434

BEECHING, Walter Charles Council overseer Olive St, Prospect, aged 67 in 1928, declared that he had lived in Prospect for 55 years Application 27664

BEECK, Adolph mason Saddleworth Co Light. Florieton (Hundred of Schomburgk) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 157 County Burra

BEECK, Emil Robert linked with Section 243 Hundred of Monarto Co Sturt 1881 Memorial 153/334

BEECK, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Mobilong. CR Beeck mentioned but not described 1883 Memorial 243/354

BEECK, Gustav Adolph farmer Monarto Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 372 County Sturt

BEECK, Moritz Ernst of Mobilong 1890 Memorial 151/402

BEECKEN, H the Younger son of H Beecken the Elder cemetery curator Mitcham 1878 Application 26361

No 1

BEECROFT, Joseph cabinetmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 236/32

BEECROFT, Joseph cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide 1851 but now of the colony of Victoria 1859 Application 263

BEEKERS, Gerhard farmer Two Wells Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 343 County Gawler

No 1 – the Elder

BEELITZ, Andreas farmer Hoffnungsthal 1854 Memorial 29/67

BEELITZ, Andreas farmer Rosenthal 1855 Memorial 228/83

BEELITZ, Johann Andreas farmer near Lyndoch Valley. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1862[-1865] Grant Book 2 Page 52 County Adelaide

No 2 – the Younger

BEELITZ, Johann Andreas yeoman Freeling 1905 Memorial 46/454

No 1

BEELITZ, Johannes August labourer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1940 Grant Book 12 Page 130 County Chandos

BEELITZ, Johannes August farmer and contractor Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1951 Grant Book 12 Page 131 County Chandos

No 1

BEER, Carl Julius Robert farmer Redbanks Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168a County Fergusson

BEER, Carl Julius Robert linked with Section 74 Hundred of Kilkerran 1881 Memorial 148/330

BEER, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Pt Gawler 1874 Memorial 24/276

No 1

BEER, George carpenter Kapunda 1862 Memorial 26/181

BEER, George contractor Saddleworth 1887[-1889] Memorial 173/381

BEER, George undertaker Pt Pirie 1904 Application 24841

No 1

BEER, James of Adelaide 1841 Memorial 183/21

BEER, James farmer Section 120 near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 167/101

BEER, James blacksmith The Sturt 1854[-1858] Memorial 153/68

BEER, James formerly farmer Section 125 Hundred of Adelaide 1856 but now of Tylden Vic 1865 Application 6118.

No 2

BEER, James wheelwright Watervale 1851[-1860] Memorial 62/35

No 1 - the Elder

BEER, John the Elder blacksmith Adelaide 1846 Memorial 86/7 Blacksmith Brighton and Marion Congregational Chapel trustee 1850[-1853] Memorial 176/28

BEER, John the Elder whitesmith Brighton 1855 Memorial 224/84

BEER, John the Elder gentleman Brighton and Elizabeth Beer his wife 1880 Memorial 77/326

No 2 - the Younger

BEER, John the Younger blacksmith Rosina St, Adelaide 1846 Memorial 86/7

Farmer Brighton 1852[-1857] Memorial 103/44

BEER, John the Younger formerly of Adelaide but now of Brighton 1855 Memorial 87/85

BEER, John poundkeeper Brighton 1855 Memorial 484/87

BEER, John the Younger whitesmith Adelaide 1838 Formerly of Adelaide but now of Brighton 1855 Application 13460

BEER, John the Younger licensed victualler Pt Wakefield 1858 Memorial 301/140

BEER, John the Younger farmer Pt Wakefield 1859 Memorial 229/153

BEER, John the Younger miner Moonta. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 107 County Daly

BEER, John the Younger farmer formerly of Brighton 1854 but now of Moonta 1868 Application 9509

BEER, John the Younger farmer Warburto. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 85 County Daly

BEER, John agent Wilmington 1886 Application 20886

No 1

BEER, Richard blacksmith Gawler 1866 Memorial 244/214

BEER, Richard blacksmith formerly of Gawler but now of The Sturt 1867 Memorial 6/224

No 1

BEER, Richard Charles blacksmith Bassett Town 1871[-1874] Memorial 118/253

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BEER, Richard Charles of North Adelaide 1887 Memorial 108/382

BEER, Richard Charles of Hindley St West, Adelaide 1897 Memorial 115/431

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BEER, William mason Kapunda 1866[-1870] Memorial 195/213

BEER, Susan widow Kadina relict of the late William Beer formerly farmer Tickera now deceased 1892 Memorial 131/415

BEERFIELD, Frederick farmer Auburn 1904 Memorial 154/451

No 1 - probably the same person

BEERWORTH, William farmer Manoora 1881 Memorial 197/332

BEERWORTH, William farmer Pamatta 1907 Memorial 248/456

BEERWORTH, William farmer Pamatta, died 1913. Husband of Mary Beerworth. Father of Kate O'NEILL of Broken Hill NSW. Brother of Hubert Beerworth no description Memorial 98/469

BEERWORTH, Mary widow formerly of Pamatta but now of Kooringa 1920 Memorial 53/480

No 1

BEES, Henry sodawater maker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 33/130

BEES, Henry licensed victualler Adelaide 1876 Memorial 18/293

BEESE, Carl labourer Klemzig Hundred of Melville land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 83 County Fergusson

No 1

BEESLEY, Joseph whitesmith Pt Adelaide 1845[-1848] Memorial 281/4

BEESLEY, Ann widow Thebarton, widow of Joseph Beesley/Beasley formerly police constable Adelaide but then whitesmith Thebarton 1886 Application 20941

BEESLEY, Frederick plumber Chapel St, Thebarton 1909, declared that he was born in 1847 in the same house where he now lived. In that time, he had been out of the SA only twice Application 25570

BEESLEY, John Frank railway station master Pt Augusta 1887 Application 21245

BEESON, Andrew farmer Kangaroo Flat near Willaston 1878 Memorial 81/307

BEESTON, JS clerk Orsmond St, Hindmarsh 1891 Memorial 83/410

BEETON, Andrew farmer Kangaroo Flat near Willaston 1878 Memorial 81/307

BEETON, Lionel Hopcraft branch manager Yankalilla. Christ Church Yankalilla trustee 1947 Memorial 49/521

No 1

BEETSON, Margaret Emily spinster Norwood, power of attorney to Henry Paas DENTON gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA affairs 5/7/1882 Deposit 166/1883

BEETSON, Margaret Emily spinster Norwood 1916 Memorial 180/473

No 1

BEETSON, Richard Esquire Stradbroke near Adelaide 1851[-1859] Memorial 122/34.

BEETSON, Richard Esquire Fifth Creek 1853[-1855] 8 Hundred of Munno Para land grants Memorial 227/50

BEETSON, Richard Esquire Magill 1855 Memorial 269/90

BEETSON, Richard gentleman Magill, power of attorney to Elder, Smith & Co, to manage his SA affairs 7/1/1856 Deposit 168/1856

BEETSON, Richard Esquire formerly of Magill but now in parts beyond the seas 1857 Memorial 101/119

BEETSON, Richard Esquire Adelaide 1857 Memorial 111/127

BEETSON, Richard Esquire Stradbroke 1858 Memorial 114/346

BEETSON, Richard gentleman Stradbroke near Adelaide 1859[-1869] Applications 754, 2854

BEETSON, Richard Esquire Fourth Creek 1861 Memorial 164/172

BEETSON, Richard gentleman Magill 1875 Memorial 69/286

BEETSON, Richard gentleman Norwood, died 19/4/1882. Husband of Jane Beetson and father of Margaret Emily Beetson Memorial 138/443

BEETSON, Richard gentleman Norwood, died 19/4/1882. He left his estate of £500 to his wife, Jane Beetson, in trust for life, then to their daughter, Margart Emily Beetson, absolutely in remainder expectant 1902 Application 24462

No 1

BEEVOR, Dorothy clerk to FP TOLER-ROWLEY of Adelaide 1909[-1910] Memorial 204/460

BEEVOR, Dorothy T clerk Adelaide 1918 Memorial 138/476

BEEVOR, Edward JP timber merchant Jamestown 1881 Memorial 41/334

BEEVOR, Horace Leathes sheep farmer Eastern Plains 1865 Application 7014

BEEVOR, Miles Horatio farmer Melrose 1877 Memorial 130/301

No 1

BEEVOR, Robert Esquire Adelaide 1846 Memorial 100/7

BEEVOR, Robert gentleman near the Onkaparinga 1862 Memorial 159/182

BEEVOR, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1841 late of Adelaide now residing near the Onkaparinga (probably Section 753 Survey B, which he obtained as a land grant in 1841 for £80) 1842 late of Adelaide but now on a voyage to Europe 1848 Horace Miles Benyon Beevor Esquire late of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the sea 1888 probably a relative Application 21373

BEGG, William stevedore Pt Adelaide 1888 Application 21491

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BEGGS, John carter Woodville 1864[-1866] Memorial 256/192

BEGGS, John gentleman Woodville 1906, declared that he had lived in the area since c1856 Application 25157

BEGLEY, Patrick farmer Thebarton 1857 Memorial 57/130

No 1

BEHENNA, Charles farmer Redbanks Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 233 County Victoria

BEHENNA, Charles farmer Redbanks Co Gawler. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1883 Grant Book 55 Page 191 County Stanley

No 1

BEHENNA, James blacksmith Bowden 1852 Memorial 182/44

BEHENNA, James blacksmith Bowden 1856 Memorial 108/122

BEHENNA, Thomas blacksmith Bowden 1855[-1856] Memorial 324/87

BEHENNA, James and Thomas blacksmiths Bowden 1857 Memorial 349/127

BEHENNA, James blacksmith Bowden, by 1852. His wife, Mary Ann Behenna died 22/7/1873, of diarrhoea, aged 64. Father of Thomas Behenna blacksmith Bowden (52 in Jan 1885). William Henry Behenna wheelwright Norwood probably another son 1884 Application 20389

BEHENNA, Thomas blacksmith Bowden, power of attorney to James Behenna blacksmith Bowden, to manage his SA estate 15/10/1856 Deposit 446/1857

No 1

BEHENNA, William Henry licensed victualler Commercial Hotel Clare 1874 Memorial 81/277

BEHENNA, William Henry publican Clare Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 324 County Stanley

BEHN, Christian formerly labourer Portland Estate Feb 1875 but now mariner Pt Adelaide Nov 1875 Application 14721

No 1

BEHN, Friedrich farmer Section 9a Hundred of Onkaparinga 1853[-1856] Memorial 166/59

No 2

BEHN, Friedrich timber merchant Norwood 1855 Memorial 39/94

No 3

BEHN, Friedrich farmer Black Hill near Sedan 1887 Memorial 223/383

BEHN, Heinrich Friedrich Carl farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light 1902 Memorial 46/446

BEHN, Johann Gottlieb Theodor farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light 1890 Memorial 157/406

BEHR, Ernst labourer Pt Lincoln 1902[-1919] Memorial 85/445

BEHR, Georg Friedrich farmer near Tanunda 1856[-1859] Memorial 316/97

BEHREN, Emma Pauline wife of Gustav Adolph Behren of Lobethal 1870; only surviving child of the late Robert PRÄTZER shoemaker Lobethal, who died 10/2/1855 intestate Application 10866

BEHREND, Gottfried shoemaker Lobethal, died c1873. A complicated set of bequests to his wife, Rosine Dorothea Behrend formerly LESKE nee MUELLER, and granddaughters, Maria Elisabeth Mueller, Anna Sophia Mueller, daughters of Johann Mueller formerly farmer Tanunda, and Johanne Beate GERLACH and Johanne Anna Dorothea KRAMER nee LESKE, daughters of the testator's wife Memorial 4/269

BEHRENDT, Ernest Percy contractor 29 White St, Highgate 1951 Application 28832

BEHRENDT, Peter of Yorketown 1891 Memorial 204/408

No 1

BEHRENS, Carl tinman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 339/61

Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant 1854 Memorial 124/69

BEHRENS, Carl tinsmith Thorndon Park 1864 Memorial 254/193

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

BEHRENS, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 384/24

BEHRENS, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Athelstone 1860 Memorial 151/167

BEHRENS, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm no description and Dorothea Behrens his wife 1863 Memorial 119/211

BEHRENS, Dorothea widow Athelstone 1866 Application 7845

BEHRENS, Dorothea widow Athelstone 1867 Memorial 105/225

BEHRENS, Dorothea widow Stepney 1876 Memorial 229/289

BEHRENS, Dorothea widow Kent Town 1880 Memorial 62/326

BEHRENS, Dorothea widow Adelaide, formerly wife of Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Behrens of Stepney 1892. She had the use of his estate under trust for life, then the assets would be distributed absolutely in remainder expectant to selected relatives of both W & D Behrens Application 22417

BEILBY, Sydney Oscar grocer Adelaide 1931 Memorial 115/504

No 1

BEINKE, Adolph, Carl Joseph and Johann Friedrich Beinke all farmers Walloway 1883 Memorial 29/349

BEINKE, Adolph farmer Daveyston Co Light. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 227 County Dalhousie

BEINKE, Adolf farmer Walloway 1887 Memorial 100/385

BEINKE, Ellen Louise married woman Princes St, Croydon 1929 Application 27731

No 1

BEINKE, Friedrich August farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 71/49

BEINKE, Friedrich August farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Walton 1861 Memorial 77/172

BEINKE, Friedrich August farmer near Daveyston, died 1866-1875. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Theodore Beinke nee KRASZENSKA/KRAZEWSKA, for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant - Gustav Emil Beinke, Carl Joseph Beinke, Anna Juliana Beinke, Caroline Beinke, Johann Friedrich Beinke, Christiane Luise Beinke, Adolph Beinke, Wilhelm Nicodemus Beinke, Maria Magdelene Beinke, Samuel Paul Beinke, Andreas Benjamin Beinke, and Johanne Martha Beinke Memorial 242/283

BEINKE, Johann Otto pensioner Copperhouse near Burra, died 4/9/1951 intestate and a widower. Father of Frank Otto Beinke painter Burra North Memorial 142/528

No 1

BEINKE, Wilhelm Nicodemus farmer Daveyston Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

BEINKE, Nicodemus Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Noarlunga 1886 Memorial 26/410

BEINKE, Wilhelm Nicodemus farmer Franklin Harbour 1886[-1892] Memorial 50/380

BEIT, John merchant Nelson [near Kooringa] 1860 Memorial 13/165

No 1

BEITH, Robert labourer Adelaide (Ackland St) 1854 Memorial 123/66

BEITH, Robert labourer Norwood 1860 Application 1788

BEKEY, Patrick labourer Norwood 1869 Application 9982

BELCH, Charles farmer near Crafers Co Adelaide Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868[-1869] Grant Book 58 Page 125 County Sturt

No 1

BELCHER, Alfred Cooper photographer Willunga linked with William Henry Belcher gentleman Prospect 1876 Memorial 135/290

BELCHER, Alfred Cooper ironfounder Adelaide 1878 Application 16745

No 1

BELCHER, CC bank clerk Yongala 1883 Memorial 218/349

BELCHER, Christopher Charles gentleman formerly of Yanawonga but now of Melbourne Vic 1890 Memorial 65/405

BELCHER, Christopher Charles storekeeper Wilmington 1897 Memorial 132/432

BELCHER, Christopher Charles agent North Adelaide linked with Ellen Louisa Belcher spinster Eliza St, Prospect 1899 Memorial 78/438

BELCHER, Christopher Charles licensed land broker Adelaide (101 Gawler Place) 1926 Memorial 134/495

BELCHER, Ellen Louisa spinster Prospect 1875 Application 14415

BELCHER, James Cowper draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 90/59

BELCHER, Joseph Matthew assistant postmaster Kooringa. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 8 Page 282 County Burra

No 1

BELCHER, Joseph Moulden postmaster Kooring 1866 Memorial 115/213

BELCHER, Joseph Moulden gentleman Kooringa Co Burra. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 132 County Victoria

BELCHER, Joseph Moulden post and telegraph station master Kooringa Co Burra. Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 373 County Victoria

BELCHER, William JP of Georgetown 1888 Memorial 186/391

No 1

BELCHER, William Henry tailor Adelaide 1848 Memorial 475/12

BELCHER, William Henry storekeeper Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 19 County Adelaide, Memorial 309/15

BELCHER, William Henry storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852[-1860] Memorial 337/41, Application 1121

BELCHER, William Henry gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 127/201

BELCHER, William Henry of Prospect 1876 Memorial 77/438

BELCHER, William Henry gentleman Prospect 1878[-1885] and his daughter, Ellen Louisa Belcher 1878 Application 18095

BELCHER, WR chief clerk Police Office Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 61/165

No 1

BELCHES, Peter Esquire King George Sound WA 1850[-1854] Memorial 166/28

BELCHES, Peter Esquire formerly of the Swan River but now in parts beyond the seas 1860 Memorial 268/167

BELCHES, Peter Esquire formerly of Albany King George Sound WA but then of Park House, Millbrook near Plymouth, Devon, England 1860 Memorial 11/171

BELCHES, Peter retired Commander in HM Royal Navy Plymouth, Devon, England, died, perhaps early 1890s. Edwin WORTH surgeon Anderton near Plymouth, and Jean Worth his wife, executors of the will, power of attorney to Walter REYNELL Managing Director of Elder, Smith & Co Adelaide, to finalise business in connection with mortgage land at Norwood and Upper Wakefield, in SA belonging to the estate 5/6/1891 Deposit 76/1891

No 1

BELCK, Carl farmer Lobethal 1856 Memorial 72/113

BELCK, Carl farmer near Stirling East, died late 1860s-early 1870s. He left his entire estate under a complicated set of conditions to his wife, Adelgunde Henriette Belck nee ZIEM, his three sons, Johann Carl Friedrich Belck, Jacob Ferdinand Belck and August Benno Belck, and his daughter, Auguste Wilhelmine Belck. The testator owned real estate in the Hundreds of Noarlunga and Monarto Memorial 23/272

No 1

BELL, Allan farmer Allandale near Mt Barker 1874 Memorial 160/277

No 2

BELL, Allan farmer Waterloo Plains Hundred of Kapunda Co Light 1877 Memorial 223/298

BELL, Benjamin Henry farmer Wisanger Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1913 Grant Book 11 Page 69 County Carnarvon.

Farmer Middle River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Duncan land grant 1915[-1935] Grant Book 11 Page 221 County Carnarvon

No 1

BELL, Charles farmer Charleston 1877 Application 16267

BELL, Charles of Charleston 1878 Memorial 154/312

BELL, Charles farmer Charleston 1880[-1924] Memorial 174/326

No 1

BELL, David plumber Norwood 1883 Application 25687

No 2

BELL, David storekeeper Milang 1885 Memorial 22/366

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

BELL, David and James drapers Strathalbyn 1892 Memorial 32/414

BELL, David gentleman College Park 1902 Memorial 169/446

BELL, David formerly storekeeper Strathalbyn but now gentleman Harrow Road, College Park 1907. David Bell & Co began in Strathalbyn c1880. He was still Chairman of Directors of David Bell & Co Ltd in 1907 Application 25310

No 1

BELL, Ebenezer farmer Mayurra trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mt Muirhead Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

BELL, Ebenezer farmer Kalangadoo Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1877 Grant Book 31 Page 231 County Grey

BELL, Emmeline Maude nee KEARNE, wife of Edward Bell wholesale druggist Abergele, Co Denbigh, North Wales, appointed William James HELME chemist 33 Lydia Ann St, Liverpool, Lancs, England, and John Richardson BELL wholesale druggist Hoylake, Co Chester, England, her trustees under her marriage settlement, to treat with John Charles Neill mercantile manager Pt Adelaide and William Neill accountant Adelaide, her SA attorneys, to manage her share of the estate of her late grandfather, Michael Featherstone gentleman Brighton 13/2/1902 Deposit 28/1902

BELL, Ernest Albert chaff merchant Queenstown 1925 Application 27375

BELL, Francis farmer near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 278/41

No 1

BELL, George farmer McLaren Vale 1845 Memorial 467/5

BELL, George farmer McLaren Vale 1877 Memorial 215/304

No 2

BELL, George publican Wellington Special Survey Murray River 1849 Enrolment 90/5

No 3

BELL, George farmer Mt Charles late 1849[-1857] Memorial 202/19

Charleston public school trustee 1855 Memorial 6/91

BELL, George farmer near Mt Charles 1873 Memorial 163/271

BELL, George farmer Mt Charles, died c1879. Executors: George DUNN the Younger grazier McHarg Creek, William Frederick HUGHES farmer Mt Charles and Charles Dunn the Younger farmer Mt Charles Memorial 5/406

No 4

BELL, George farmer Fullarton 1849 Memorial 98/14

BELL, George farmer [formerly of Fullarton but now of the] Sturt River 1850[-1853] Memorial 172/27

BELL, George butcher formerly of the Sturt but now of Adelaide [Fullarton] 1854 Memorial 257/65

No 5

BELL, George of Cardlinga 1853 Memorial 2/65

No 6 - the Elder

BELL, George labourer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 38/89

BELL, George storeman Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 243/113

BELL, George storeman Pt Adelaide 1858 Application 142

BELL, George the Elder out of business Alberton, died 21/2/1890. Husband of Grace Bell Memorial 238/418

No 7 - the Younger

BELL, George carter Alberton 1878 Application 16777

BELL, James carrier Alberton 1893. Was he a son of Grace Bell formerly DOWSETT nee RUTT? Application 22593

No 8

BELL, George farmer Section 2054 Survey B 1856 Memorial 2/108

No 9

BELL, George farmer Pt Elliot 1862 Application 3140

BELL, George farmer Pt Elliot 1866 Memorial 86/211

No 10

BELL, George clerk Adelaide 1867 Application 8856

No 11

BELL, George telegraph station master Narracoorte 1868 Memorial 90/234

No 12

BELL, George farmer Glen Ind farmer 1869 Memorial 125/236

BELL, George John labourer Kapunda 1882 Memorial 188/340

No 1

BELL, George Turnbull merchant Kooyong Rd, Caulfield Vic and Hugh John Bell merchant Glenelg, trading together under the style or firm of James Bell & Co 1912 Memorial 130/467

BELL, George Turnbull merchant Kooyong Rd, Caulfield Vic linked with Hugh John Bell merchant Glenelg and Frederic James WALLIS merchant Homebush NSW trading under the style or firm of James Bell & Co 1915 Memorial 43/473

No 1

BELL, Hugh teamster Kooringa 1883 Memorial 207/354

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BELL, Hugh storekeeper Yalpunga Tibooburra NSW 1918 Memorial 82/476

BELL, Hugh storekeeper formerly of Tibooburra NSW but now of Kooringa. Father of Rachel Anne KELLAWAY married woman Kooringa 1934 Memorial 37/508

BELL, Hugh gentleman Kooringa, died 16/4/1935. Father of Rachel Ann KELLAWAY. Grandfather of Richard Hugh KEARNS shop assistant Kooringa, William Archibald Kearns, Lorna May Kellaway, John Robert Kellaway and Verna Florence Kellaway. Estate worth £170 Memorial 150/511

BELL, Hugh John merchant Glenelg linked with George Turnbull Bell merchant Kooyong Road, Caufield Vic and Frederic James WALLIS merchant Homebush NSW trading together under the style or firm of James Bell & Co 1915 Memorial 43/473

No 1

BELL, James and Joseph corn factors Kapunda Hundred of Neales land grant 1867 Grant Book 17 Page 193 County Eyre

No 2

BELL, James of South Tce, Adelaide 1874 Memorial 187/273

BELL, James of South Tce East, Adelaide 1876 Memorial 142/296

No 3

BELL, James of Leigh St, Adelaide 1876 Memorial 101/287

No 4

BELL, James farmer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1878 Grant Book 7 Page 6 County Buckingham

No 5

BELL, James dairyman Glenelg 1882[-1891] Memorial 100/339

BELL, James dairyman Glenelg 1896 Application 23192

No 6

BELL, James labourer Marrabel Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1896 Grant Book 44 Page 81 County Light

No 7

BELL, James carter Alberton 1902 Application 24381

No 8

BELL, James farmer Hamley Bridge 1926 Application 27436

BELL, James Christian Clement Esquire Managing Director of the Imperial Fire Insurance Company Old Broad St, London, Middlesex, appointed Edmund WRIGHT Esquire Adelaide, their ‘true and lawful agent’ for the Company ‘for insuring from loss or damage by fire, houses, buildings, stores, furniture, goods, wares, merchandise and other property effects and things whatsoever situate, lying and being at or in Adelaide and its immediate environs’ 18/1/1860 Deposit 197/1861

BELL, James Young farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1886 Grant Book 7 Page 15 County Buckingham

No 1

BELL, John foreman to John Walter Frederick DALTON accountant Adelaide 1850 Memorial 11/23

No 2

BELL, John carter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 165/56

No 3

BELL, John [formerly] shoemaker Gawler 1854 Memorial 157/63

[but now] farmer Willaston 1854 Memorial 370/63

No 4

BELL, John labourer Goolwa 1864 Application 5693

No 5

BELL, John labourer Strathalbyn 1875 Memorial 131/283

No 6

BELL, John farmer near Naracoorte Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 285 County MacDonnell

No 7

BELL, John farmer Alma Hundred of Alma land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 26 Page 100 County Gawler

No 8 – perhaps a continuation of No 7

BELL, John farmer near Balaklava Hundred of Stow land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 447 County Stanley

No 9

BELL, John of Franklin Harbour 1886 Memorial 120/374

No 10

BELL, John shop assistant Payneham Rd, Felixtowe Gardens 1945 Application

28422

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

BELL, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 18961

BELL, Joseph cabinetmaker Adelaide 1842 and Ann Bell his wife Memorial 284/27

BELL, Joseph carpenter Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1846 Memorial 122/6

BELL, Joseph builder Brighton 1846 Memorial 28/6

Farmer Brighton Plains near Glenelg 1850[-1853] Memorial 331/20

BELL, Joseph and Thomas farmers near Brighton 1871 Memorial 37/253

BELL, Joseph farmer The Sturt 1858[-1869] Memorial 52/148

BELL, Joseph the Elder gentleman The Sturt 1866 Memorial 199/209

No 2

BELL, Joseph Esquire Bonners Hall, Bethnal Green, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Charles FLAXMAN Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 4/4/1845 Deposit 184/1856

No 3

BELL, Joseph farmer Hamley Bridge 1883 Memorial 167/351

BELL, Joseph Benjamin labourer Alberton 1902 Application 24381

BELL, JT clerk to Sir John MORPHETT Knight 1871 Memorial 82/257

BELL, Melville Sidney manager Tanunda 1960, declared that he was the manager of the Seppeltsfield Branch of B Seppelt & Sons Ltd Application 29369

No 1

BELL, Peter schoolmaster McLaren Vale 1857 Memorial 287/119

BELL, Peter formerly schoolmaster 1857 but now farmer McLaren Vale 1865 Application 6429

No 2

BELL, Peter farmer near Mt Barker 1883 Memorial 51/352

No 1

BELL, Preston Thomas farmer Brighton 1865 Application 6212

BELL, Preston Thomas farmer Wisanger Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885[-1913] Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

No 1

BELL, Richard farmer McLaren Vale 1854[-1855] He subdivided Section 135 Survey C to form Bellevue Memorial 392/69

BELL, Richard farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 72/69

No 2

BELL, Richard farmer Maitland Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 170a County Fergusson

BELL, Richardson of Lalee Station Mt Gambier 1852[-1856] Memorial 80/42.

BELL, Robert farmer Clifton Vale near Adelaide 1845 Memorial 444/84

BELL, Samuel labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 482/58

BELL, Samuel Alexander labourer McLaren Vale Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1899 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

No 1

BELL, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 2973

BELL, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1839 Memorial 497/95

BELL, Thomas cabinetmaker Rundle St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 322/27.

No 2

BELL, Thomas farmer near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 278/41.

No 3

BELL, Thomas farmer Napperby trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Napperby Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

BELL, Thomas Samuel brickmaker Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 472/25

No 1

BELL, William carpenter Kensington 1839[-1841] Application 1247

No 2

BELL, William Section 191 near Adelaide 1842 Memorial 101/2

No 3 - possibly the same person

BELL, William shepherd FS Dutton's Middle Julia Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

BELL, William farmer Kapunda 1855[-1859] Enrolment 31/40

BELL, William farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 52/200

No 4

BELL, William malster Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 210/24

BELL, William malster Sturt River 1853. He bought the Rob Roy Inn at Kensington for £1,000 from WH Clark Memorial 305/48

Licensed victualler Rob Roy Inn Kensington 1853 Memorial 349/48

Licensed victualler formerly of the Sturt River now of Norwood 1853 He sold the Robin Hood Inn at Norwood for £500 to David Thomas JONES yeoman Adelaide Memorial 450/51

BELL, William wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1867 Memorial 34/220

No 5

BELL, William labourer Beverley 1854 Memorial 192/67

No 6

BELL, William farmer Fifth Creek 1859 Application 945

BELL, William gardener Fifth Creek 1863 Memorial 272/190

BELL, William yeoman Fifth Creek 1864[-1865] Memorial 226/201

No 7

BELL, William labourer York township 1878 Application 16563

No 8

BELL, William miner Echunga 1891 Application 24987

BELL, William and William Christopher miners Echunga 1891 Memorial 178/410

No 1 - perhaps the same family

BELL, WC solicitor Adelaide 1875 Memorial 156/285

BELL, WJ clerk to WC Bell solicitor Adelaide 1875 Memorial 101/288

BELL, William law clerk Adelaide (Victoria Square) 1882 Memorial 14/339

No 1

BELL, William Langtry merchant Green House near Ballyclare, Co Antrim, Ireland, power of attorney 24/5/1843, to George BELL farmer McLaren Vale and Alexander MURRAY farmer Morphett Vale, to sell his Section 503 District C Application 24666

BELL, William Langtry merchant Green House, near Balyclare, Co Antrim, Ireland, ‘possessed of and entitled to a certain farm or piece or parcel of land in SA named known and described s being Section 508 situated in District C in the valley of Daringa, or McLaren Vale, by whichsoever name it may be known, being near Wolunga of which Adelaide is the seaport town in SA aforesaid’, power of attorney to ‘George BELL of McLaren Vale or Daringa aforesaid farmer, and Alexander MURRAY of Morphett Vale Adelaide SA farmer’, to manage his SA estate 24/5/1843 Deposit 339/1855

No 1

BELL, William Robert yeoman McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 228/88

Farmer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Brighton 1855 Memorial 440/88

BELL, William Robert boarding house keeper Brighton 1856 Memorial 214/105

BELL, Willoughby G clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 96/425

No 1

BELLAMY, George labourer Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 39/83

BELLAMY, George schoolmaster Currency Creek 1859 Memorial 45/155

No 2

BELLAMY, George bricklayer Adelaide 1870 Memorial 164/493

No 1

BELLCHAMBERS, Thomas Paine beekeeper Pt Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1895 Grant Book 58 Page 384 County Sturt

BELLCHAMBERS, Naomi widow Pt Mannum [mother of TP Bellchambers] Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 383 County Sturt

No 1

BELLE, John carpenter Clare 1863 Memorial 42/200

BELLE, John carpenter Clare 1869 Application 9840

BELLENGER, Reginald John managing director 22 Burke St, Tusmore, and Olive Kathleen Bellenger his wife. Parents of Judith Mary Bellenger traineee nurse, born 22/9/1937 Memorial 121/531

BELLETT, George clerk in holy orders, formerly of Bridgnorth, Salop, but now of Whitbourne Rectory in Co Worcester, power of attorney to the Hon George Charles HAWKER Esquire The Briars near Adelaide, and failing him, William BARLOW barrister at law and solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 14/5/1881 Deposit 134/1881

BELLGROVE, Alexandrina Augusta Victoria widow Adelaide (Hindley St) 1884 Memorial 206/355

BELLGROVE, George Henry storekeeper Burra Burra 1862 Memorial 14/181

BELLGROVE, JH bank officer Adelaide 1948 Memorial 7/523

BELLHOUSE, John L accountant Saddleworth 1876 Memorial 97/295

No 1

BELLING, Fritz farmer near Pt Wakefield Co Gawler Hundred of Goyder land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 411 County Stanley

BELLING, Friedrich farmer Mt Templeton 1883 Memorial 182/350

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BELLING, Carl August Ludwig farmer Section 58 Gawler River 1850 [-1852] Memorial 7/25

BELLING, Ludwig farmer Gawler 1852 Memorial 477/43.

BELLING, Ludwig farmer formerly of Gawler River but now of Section 472 Hundred of Barossa 1855 Memorial 157/81

BELLING, Ludwig farmer Hundred of Barossa 1859 Memorial 1/159

BELLING, Ludwig farmer Concordia near Gawler 1864 Application 5555

BELLING, Carl August Ludwig farmer Whitwarta Hundred of Goyder land grant 1889 Grant Book 56 Page 417 County Stanley

No 1

BELLING, Wilhelm William Ludwig farmer Greens Plains East. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1887[-1888] Grant Book 14 Page 246 County Daly

BELLING, Wilhelm Ludwig farmer Greens Plains East 1888 Memorial 170/390

BELLINGER, Arthur Henry butcher Mt Muirhead. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1875 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

No 1

BELLINGER, Arthur Hermann farmer Millicent 1888 Memorial 69/390

BELLINGER, Arthur Herman farmer Millicent. Furner (Hundred of Kennion) allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 31 Page 343 County Grey

BELLINGER, Arthur Herman farmer Millicent. Furner West (Hundred of Kennion) allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 338 County Grey

BELLINGER, Arthur Herman licensed victualler Furner. Furner West (Hundred of Kennion) allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 31 Page 338 County Grey

BELLINGER, Arthur Herman licensed victualler Millicent. Furner West (Hundred of Kennion) allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 338 County Grey

No 1

BELLINGHAM, Charles farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 232/28

BELLINGHAM, Charles farmer formerly of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 48/53

Now farmer Hundred of Goolwa 1853 Memorial 47/53

No 2

BELLINGHAM, Charles farmer Coromandel Valley 1857 Memorial 67/117

No 1

BELLINGHAM, Henry tanner Mitcham 1853 Memorial 335/56

BELLINGHAM, Henry farmer Mitcham, being about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Henry TAYLOR licensed victualler Mitcham, to manage his SA estate Pt lot 9, Mitcham 10/3/1855 Deposit 176/1856

BELLINGHAM, Henry [formerly of Mitcham but now of] Melbourne Vic 1856 Memorial 304/98

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

BELLINGHAM, Henry licensed victualler Magill 1854 9 year lease of the World's End Inn at Magill at £104 a year Memorial 478/76

No 3

BELLINGHAM, Henry gentleman Mt Barker 1865 Memorial 82/208

BELLINGHAM, Henry gentleman Beverley 1868 Memorial 190/230

BELLINGHAM, Henry gentleman Findon 1870 Memorial 65/249

BELLINGHAM, Henry gentleman Beverley Port Road 1871 Memorial 222/252

BELLINGHAM, Henry gentleman formerly of Mt Barker but now of Findon 1871 Memorial 71/257

BELLINGHAM, Henry gentleman North Adelaide 1879[-1880] Memorial 154/317, Application 18063

BELLINGHAM, Henry gentleman Adelaide, being about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to George Henry John Bellingham surveyor Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 27/3/1883 Deposit 86/1883

No 1

BELLINGHAM, Samuel farmer Echunga 1849. He rented land alongside Echunga Creek from William ROGERS farmer Tusmore Memorial 415/16

BELLINGHAM, Samuel farmer Bletchley, died 22/4/1887, of heart disease, aged 76 Application 24280

BELLENHAM, Joseph farmer Willunga 1851 Memorial 275/36.

BELLMAN, John Harvey farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 3/32

BELLMAN, Mary widow Norwood 1856[-1861] Memorial 185/104

BELSHAM, Abraham gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 306/2

BELT, Charles carpenter Kensington 1846 Memorial 417/6

BELT, Charles William Esquire Adelaide 1857 Memorial 34/116

No 1

BELT, Edward Francis stockowner Macumba Station 1880 Memorial 112/320

BELT, Edward Francis of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 185/405

BELT, FW [probably Francis Walter] clerk to Messrs Belt & Son solicitors Adelaide 1882 Memorial 66/343

No 1

BELT, William Charles Deputy Registrar for the Diocese of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 395/147

BELT, WC solicitor Adelaide 1871 Memorial 120/251

BELT, William Charles, CULLEN, Luke Michael and WIGLEY, William Rodolph solicitors Adelaide carrying on business as Belt, Cullen & Wigley 1860[-1864] Memorial 348/161

BELT, William Charles Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to his son, William James Belt Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA estate 10/12/1878 Deposit 26/1879

No 1

BELT, WJ [probably William James] clerk to William Charles Belt solicitor Adelaide 1872[-1877] Memorial 30/259

BELT & Son solicitors Pirie Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide 1894 Application 22704

No 1

BELTON, Andrew Richard engine driver Willaston and Mary Lewis Belton his wife 1923 Memorial 11/489

BELTON, Andrew Richard engine driver Willaston near Gawler, died 1/3/1948 intestate. Husband of Mary Evis Belton. Probably parents of Dorothy Annie WHITE married woman Willaston, Cecil Vivian Belton mechanic Pooraka, Richard Laurence Hartley Belton builder Willaston and Andrew Morriss Belton electrician Largs Bay Memorials 11 & 19/523

BELTON, Daniel farmer Clarendon 1854[-1858] Memorial 427/66

BELTON, Marcus Robert of Adelaide local manager of the British Australasian Tobacco Co Ltd 1906 Memorial 185/454

BELTON, Richard Laurence builder Willaston near Gawler 1953 Memorial 17/528

BEMBRIDGE, Stephen tailor Nailsworth 1853 Memorial 442/59

BENALACK, Richard livery stable keeper Adelaide 1883 Memorial 235/352

BENBOW, Douglas Ronald clerk 67 Mill St, Clarence Park 1946 Application 28496

No 1

BENBOW, William cabinetmaker Adelaide 1876 Memorial 10/290

BENBOW, William cabinetmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1879 Memorial 140/315

BENBOW & BROOKS undertakers 119 Hindley St Adelaide 1879 Application 22531

No 2

BENBOW, William formerly clerk Henley Beach but now agent Clarence Park 1927 Memorial 120/497

BENCE, Arthur Davies storekeeper Yongala 1891 Memorial 27/411

BENCE, Arthur Leonard auctioneer and draper Kooringa 1923[-1828] Memorial 61/487

BENDA, Emil and Lucien importers Adelaide (Pt TA 105 Hunter's Buildings Grenfell St) 1890 Memorial 199/403

No 1

BENDA, Ernst tobacconist Adelaide (King William St) 1861[-1883] Memorial 71/177, Application 10758

BENDA, Ernest tobaconnist Kent Town, died 22/11/1900. Executors: Francis Ernest Benda civil servant Kensington Park and Robert COOPER accountant North Adelaide (Stanley St) Memorial 36/442

No 1 - probably the same person

BENDA, Francis Ernest clerk Kent Town 1879 Book 13 Page 284 County Dalhousie

BENDA, Francis Ernest civil servant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 251 County Not named

BENDA, Francis Ernest civil servant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 32 County Chandos

BENDA, Leslie Siegismund civil servant Kensington Park Co Adelaide. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 32 County Chandos

BENDALL, John farmer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 249/7

No 1

BENDALL, William Henry carter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 169/55

£2,289/18/6 to take over the unexpired portion of a 19 year lease over The Port Hotel, Mildred St, Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 279/55

BENDALL, William Henry carter Prospect 1855 Memorial 217/91

BENDALL, William Henry limeburner Prospect 1874[-1882] Memorial 206/273

BENDALL, William Henry lime burner Prospect, died 12/11/1890 Adelaide Hospital, of facial erysipelus and asthenia, aged 66 Application 24041

BENDER, OF secretary to the Texas Company (Aust) Ltd of Richards Buildings, Currie St, Adelaide 1924 Memorial 46/492

BENDING, William publican Adelaide (Rose Inn Sturt St). 5-year lease at £260 a year from the SA Brewing, Malting, Wine & Spirit Co Ltd 1888 Memorial 13/391

BENDIX, Carl wheelwright Tanunda 1858 Memorial 277/141

No 1

BENEKE, Friedrich farmer Hamilton 1871 Application 11647.

BENEKE, Friedrich farmer near Kapunda 1879 Application 17681

BENEKE, Friedrich farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1879 Memorial 210/318

No 1

BENFIELD, Henry civil servant formerly of Petersburg 1914 but now of Croydon Park 1921[-1931]. St Jude's Anglican Church Brighton trustee 1914[-1931] Memorials 167 & 168/504

BENFIELD, Henry civil servant Croydon Park. Trustee St Jude's Anglican Church Brighton 1931 Application 27841

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BENFIELD, James carpenter Reedbeds 1858 Memorial 52/146

BENFIELD, James builder Melcombe Farm near Adelaide 1865 Application 5965

BENGER, Edwin and George farmers Hundred of Barossa 1865 Memorial 317/206

BENGER, Ernest William Ebenezer farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1921 Memorial 197/483

BENHAM, Charlotte Elizabeth spinster Clarendon 1895 Memorial 9/424

BENHAM, Ellen Ida spinster Adelaide 1906 Application 25138

BENHAM, Frank storeman Mildura Vic 1893 Memorial 15/417

No 1

BENHAM, John James land agent Adelaide 1886[-1890] Memorial 74/379

BENHAM, John James sharebroker Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1897[-1898] Memorial 53/435

BENHAM, John James land agent Adelaide 1906 Application 25138

No 1

BENHAM, Richard Somersal gentleman Norwood 1871 Memorial 97/256

BENHAM, Richard Somersal gentleman Beulah Rd, Norwood 1872 Application 11870

No 1

BENHAM, William Henry clerk to Messrs SMITH & CULLEN solicitors Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 204/102

BENHAM, William H clerk to LM CULLEN solicitor Adelaide 1857[-1862] Memorial 17/122

BENHAM, William Henry solicitor Auburn 1867 Memorial 43/219

No 1

BENHAM, William Hoare solicitor Kapunda about to marry Annie HUGGINS spinster Kapunda daughter of James Huggins gentleman Kapunda 1868 Memorial 223/248

BENHAM, WH solicitor Kapunda 1884 Application 20207

BENHOUSE, John clerk Kingston Lacepede Bay 1860 Memorial 225/168

No 1

BENING, Johann Jacob Caspar labourer Blumberg 1863 Memorial 100/192

BENING, Johann Jacob Caspar labourer Blumberg 1869. Husband of Auguste Margarethe Bening nee KOOP. Father of Maria Auguste Bening and Luise Maria Dorothea Bening Memorial 146/239

BENJAMIN, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 334/163

BENJAMIN, John storekeeper Kooringa 1857 Memorial 46/127

BENJAMIN, Sarah widow Kooringa 1858 relict of the late John Benjamin formerly storekeeper Kooringa deceased Memorial 198/146

No 1

BENN, John merchant Melbourne Vic 1871 Application 11496

BENN, John merchant Melbourne Vic owned land in Kincraig 1880 Memorial 147/324

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BENNET, Arthur farmer Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Johnburg (Hundred of Oladdie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 337 County Dalhousie

BENNET, Arthur farmer Mt Pleasant Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 29 County Granville

BENNET, Arthur farmer Mt Pleasant Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

BENNET, Arthur stockholder South Rhine 1882 Memorial 154/343

BENNET, Arthur woolclasser St Peters 1904 Application 24920

BENNET, Christopher Smith of Tothill Creek Hundred of Waterloo Co Light 1868 Memorial 128/232

No 1

BENNET, Francis labourer Goodwood 1852 Memorial 429/45

BENNET, Francis labourer formerly of Goodwood 1852 but now of Magill 1864. He could not write Application 5133

BENNET, George pastoralist Oodnadatta 1910[-1911] Memorial 223/463, Application 25910

No 1

BENNET, John landowner South Rhine 1851 Memorial 91/78

BENNET, John farmer Section 610 South Rhine 1866 Application 24698

BENNET, John farmer Section 610 South Rhine, died 12/9/1873 Application 24698

BENNET, Margaret Venning widow of the late John Bennet farmer St Peters, died 2/11/1903 Wellington Rd, St Peters, of influenza and bronchitis, aged 89 Application 24698

No 2

BENNET, John labourer Evanston 1864 Memorial 254/192

No 1

BENNETS, John draper Kensington 1863 Application 4751

No 2

BENNETS, Mr butcher Sydenham Rd, Norwood 1876 Application 15484

BENNETS, John butcher Norwood 1886 Memorial 180/376

No 3

BENNETS, John draper Kensington 1863 Application 4751

No 4

BENNETS, John manager Topham St, Adelaide 1888 Application 21488

No 1

BENNETS, Richard Udy miner Adelaide 1849 Memorial 156/16

BENNETS, Richard Udy butcher Norwood 1851[-1865] Memorial 356/38

BENNETS, Richard Udy butcher Sydenham Road, Norwood 1862 Memorial 175/305

BENNETS, Richard Udy butcher Norwood, died 19/1865, of seirrhous pylorus (supposed), aged 46 Application 22095

BENNETS, Richard Udy of Norwood, died 19/12/1865. His widow, Annie Elizabeth Bennets, still lived in Norwood in 1888. Their youngest child unnamed turned 21 on 3/7/1886 Memorial 81/394

No 1

BENNETT, Aaron wheelwright Adelaide 1852 Memorial 461/42

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BENNETT, Aaron farmer Waitpinga 1857 Memorial 47/114

BENNETT, Aaron farmer The Stockyards near Rapid Bay 1860[-1864] Memorial 284/164, Application 2400

BENNETT, Aaron farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 234 County Hindmarsh

BENNETT, Albert Harold furnace hand 75 Hamilton Road, Woodville and Ellen Ethel Sabina Bennett his wife 1944 Memorial 100/518

No 1

BENNETT, Alfred George grazier Delamere 1929 Memorial 146/501

BENNETT, Alfred George farmer Glenview Delamere, died 1/10/1938. Husband of Jessie Sophia Bennett. Father of George Alfred Bennett Memorial 18/514

BENNETT, Arthur labourer Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 223 County Daly

BENNETT, Augustus Dunstan Wesleyan Methodist minister Strathalbyn 1900 Memorial 142/441

BENNETT, Bidgood clerk Gawler [probably clerk to the firm of T & E MARTIN wheelwrights Murray St, Gawler] 1863 Memorial 208/189

No 1

BENNETT, Charles wheelwright Houghton 1853[-1854] Memorial 484/53

BENNETT, Charles wheelwright [formerly of Houghton but now of] Brighton 1854 Memorial 45/64

BENNETT, Charles contractor Houghton 1857 Memorial 216/113

BENNETT, Charles contractor Ackworth near Houghton 1862 Memorial 102/185

BENNETT, Charles contractor Ackworth near Houghton and Harriet Bennett his wife linked with William Bleasby Bennett gentleman Flaxman Valley and Frederick John Bennett of Springton 1867 Memorial 158/218

BENNETT, Charles contractor Ackworth near Houghton and Harriet Bennett his wife linked with William Bleasby Bennett gentleman Flaxman Valley and John Bennett gentleman Lake Victoria NSW 1870 Memorial 65/247

BENNETT, Charles contractor Ackworth near Houghton 1871 Application 11747

No 2 - perhaps the same person

BENNETT, Charles of near Melrose 1859 Application 978

BENNETT, Charles waterworks employee Beetaloo 1890 Application 21827

No 3 - probably the same person; although Hindmarsh and Modbury appear to have separate publicans

BENNETT, Charles publican Black Lion Inn Richard St, Hindmarsh 1882[-1883] Memorial 178/343

BENNETT, Charles mining agent Adelaide took over the unexpired term of a l5 year lease of the Modbury Hotel 1884 Memorial 6/356

BENNETT, Charles licensed victualler Modbury Hotel Modbury 1884[-1885] Memorial 189/357

BENNETT, Charles licensed victualler Modbury Hotel Modbury surrrendered his lease 1888 Memorial 120/394

No 3

BENNETT, Charles sheep farmer Pt Augusta 1890 Memorial 134/405

No 4

BENNETT, Charles potter Magill 1891 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 22095

BENNETT, Christopher miner Moonta Mines 1887 Memorial 182/384

No 1

BENNETT, Christopher Smith miner Kooringa 1858 Memorial 315/132

BENNETT, Christopher Smith miner Kooringa Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 369 County Light

BENNETT, Edward J of Kooringa 1851 Memorial 202/36

No 1

BENNETT, Elizabeth widow formerly of Pirie St but now of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1869 Memorial 150/240

No 2

BENNETT, Elizabeth widow Littlehampton 1881 relict of the late William Bennett, who died 4/10/1880 intestate Memorial 36/334

BENNETT, Eugene blacksmith Adelaide 1879 Memorial 70/314

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BENNETT, Francis labourer Goodwood 1852 Memorial 429/45

BENNETT, Francis labourer Norwood 1855, died c1869. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Louisa Bennett, during her widowhood, then to his children absolutely in equal shares in remainder expectant Memorial 8/240

BENNETT, Francis Thomas wheelwright Magill linked with Henry William Bennett fruiterer Magill 1887 Memorial 191/386

No 1

BENNETT, Frederick merchant Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 5/42.

BENNETT, Frederick Esquire formerly merchant Pt Adelaide but now of the Bridge of Allan near Stirling, Scotland 1857 Memorial 249/124

No 1

BENNETT, Gabriel butcher Adelaide (Currie St) 1856[-1863] Memorial 72/106

BENNETT, Gabriel stockholder Adelaide 1876. Released from impending bankruptcy through sale of assets. Good list of assets Enrolment 60/52. In partnership with Edward Meade BAGOT. Enrolment/

BENNETT, Gabriel butcher Adelaide (Hindley St) 1857 Memorial 99/113

BENNETT, Gabriel stock salesman Adelaide 1865[-1874] Memorial 18/207

BENNETT, Gabriel cattle dealer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 43/298

BENNETT, Gabriel auctioneer Adelaide (Currie St) 1879 Memorial 214/318

BENNETT, Gabriel and Henry stockholders Adelaide 1879 Memorial 60/320

BENNETT, Gabriel and Henry cattlesalesmen Adelaide (Currie St) trading under the style and title of G & H Bennett, became bankrupts on 8/3/1881 Memorial 229/346

BENNETT, Gabriel and William RUSHALL of Lyndoch Valley in partnership transferred a lease over 10 square miles of the Hundred of Dudley July 1881 Memorial 21/336

BENNETT, Gabriel stock agent Adelaide 1884 Memorial 223/358

No 1

BENNETT, George music professor Adelaide 1845 Memorial 149/5

No 2

BENNETT, George syrup manufacturer Kooringa 1859 Memorial 148/149

BENNETT, George ginger beer manufacturer Kooringa 1860 Memorial 54/169

No 3

BENNETT, George brewer Kooringa 1876 Memorial 95/294

No 4

BENNETT, George carter York 1880 Application 18222

No 5

BENNETT, George farmer Glenburn Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1884 Grant Book 37 Page 231 County Hindmarsh

BENNETT, George formerly grazier Delamere but then out of business Glenelg, died 4/12/1924. Father of William Aaron Bennett farmer Menindie NSW Memorial 75/494 & RPA Search 1247

No 6

BENNETT, George tobacconist Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 315 County Grey

No 7

BENNETT, George fettler Kilkenny. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 22 County Adelaide

No 8

BENNETT, George musician North Adelaide (Gloucester Place). His wife, Sarah Bennett, died 21/12/1922 Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide. George Bennett out of business 59 Spring St, Queenstown, died 20/11/1946 Memorials 118 & 119/525

BENNETT, George Vincent grazier Yankalilla. Christ Church Yankalilla trustee 1947 Memorial 49/521

BENNETT, Harold Esquire formerly of Sydney NSW now of Moolbong Station Lachlan District NSW 1870 Application 11084

BENNETT, Harry Foote linked with Section 195s Hundred of Boolcunda Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 48/371

No 1

BENNETT, Henry and John farmers near Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Alma land grant 1864 Grant Book 26 Page 41 County Gawler

No 2

BENNETT, Henry auctioneer Adelaide 1879 Memorial 119/319

No 3

BENNETT, Henry farmer Wallaroo, had died by 1904. Executors - Martha Bennett widow and William Bennett farmer Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant Grant Book 14 Page 96 County Daly

BENNETT, Henry William baker Gawler 1900 Application 23948

BENNETT, Hugh of Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 194 County Grey

BENNETT, Hugh Roy George linked with Peter George Bennett of North Adelaide 1889 Memorial 147/397

No 1

BENNETT, Israel farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1864[-1882] Memorial 235/198

BENNETT, Israel mine captain Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

BENNETT, Israel Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee had left the province for Queensland by 1875 Application 14751

BENNETT, Jack hotelkeeper Gawler 1950[-1953] Memorial 168/525

No 1

BENNETT, James merchant Adelaide 1841 Memorial 194/50

BENNETT, James and Samuel Bennett merchants Adelaide (Rundle St) 1842 Memorial 425/1

No 2

BENNETT, James brickmaker York 1853 Memorial 305/46

BENNETT, James labourer Port Road 1854 Memorial 182/69

BENNETT, James and Mark brickmakers Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 251/74

BENNETT, James brickmaker formerly of the Port Road near Adelaide but now of York township 1855 Memorial 43/87

BENNETT, James formerly brickmaker but now carrier York township Port Road 1878 Memorial 197/309

BENNETT, James farmer York 1880 Application 18222

BENNETT, James farmer York township Port Road, died c1882. He left his entire estate in various ways to his wife, Harriett Bennett and his children - Harriet Bennett, David Bennett, Eliza Bennett and Ellen Bennett Memorial 69/347

BENNETT, James 46 widower labourer married Harriott CURTIS nee BROCK 30 widow on 13/12/1855 Harriott Curtis residence York. Neither bride nor bridegroom could write. Minister James WAY Bible Christian minister. Witnesses: Mary Ann Bennett and Jane Way. James Bennett farmer York, died c1882. He left his real estate to his wife for life, then in remainder expectant to his three children - David Bennett carter York, Eliza WATSON wife of Thomas Watson labourer York, and Ellen BENNETT wife of George Bennett yardman York. Eliza Bennett nee Bennett born 10/5/1859 York Application 20036

No 3 - likely to be the same person

BENNETT, James blacksmith Mt Barker 1855[-1858] Memorial 227/93

BENNETT, James innkeeper Mt Barker 1864. Was he a relative of Thomas Bennett blacksmith Callington? Application 5766

No 1

BENNETT, James Frederick merchant Adelaide 1845 Memorial 306/4

BENNETT, James Frederick merchant Pt Adelaide 1848[-1851] Memorial 329/10

BENNETT, James Frederick ship owner Pt Adelaide, power of attorney to Alexander THOMSON of Rundle St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/12/1852 Deposit 157/OA

BENNETT, James Frederick merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Bridge of Allan near Stirling, Scotland 1858 Memorial 31/147

BENNETT, James Frederick Lieutenant in the Stirlingshire Militia or Highland Borderers, presently quartered at Aldershot, England, power of attorney to James THOMSON gentleman Adelaide, to manage my estates in Australasia 3/2/1859 Deposit 123/1862

BENNETT, James Frederick Lieutenant in the Stirlingshire Militia or Highland Borderers presently quartered at Aldershot, in England . He owned land in SA 1862 Memorial 99/185

BENNETT, JHG teamster Williamstown 1884 Application 20126

No 1

BENNETT, John blacksmith Hindmarsh 1849[-1851] Memorial 473/28.

BENNETT, John blacksmith Brompton 1851 Memorial 34/29

BENNETT, John brickmaker Brompton 1854 Memorial 16/70

BENNETT, John blacksmith and wheelwright Brompton 1855 [-1857] [Possibility of moves to Smithfield (most likely), Gawler, Nuriootpa or Pt Adelaide] Memorial 453/86

BENNETT, Frances Jane widow of the late John Bennett blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1891 Application 22019

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1, involving probably the Elder.

BENNETT, John licensed victualler Smith's Creek 1858 Memorial 314/136

BENNETT, John licensed victualler Smithfield 1859[-1861] Memorial 83/151

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

BENNETT, John farmer near Gawler 1888 Memorial 21/391

No 4 - possibly a continuation of Family No 1, involving probably the Younger

BENNETT, John blacksmith Gawler 1857 Memorial 112/116

BENNETT, John mechanic Gawler. Gawler Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 193/314

BENNETT, John labourer Gawler South 1880 Memorial 249/322

BENNETT, John mechanic Gawler 1881 Memorial 129/330

BENNETT, John labourer formerly of Evanston in the Gawler Special Survey but then of Houghton St, Gawler South, died 9/5/1899. Husband of Hannah Bennett and father of Adelaide Bennett spinster. Mrs Bennett died 5/3/1912 at Pt Pirie. Sister of John Bell CLAYTON engineer Kilkenny and aunt to his daughters, Lilly Jane OLDFIELD (wife of William Henry Oldfield baker Portland Estate) and Minnie Newton Clayton spinster Woodville. Executor; Charles BALL postmaster formerly of Gawler Railway 1903 but now of Gladstone 1912 (Husband of EJ Ball). Mrs Bennett's daughter, Adelaide Bennett, had become Adelaide HAINES married woman Pt Germein by 1912 Memorials 17 & 32/467

No 5

BENNETT, John farmer Hundred of Willunga Trustee Independent Chapel Section 231 Hundred of Willunga 1850 Memorial 381/30

No 6 - perhaps the same person

BENNETT, John blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1862[-1868] Memorial 123/185

BENNETT, John Loyal Victoria Oddfellows Lodge trustee Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6190

BENNETT, John blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18391

BENNETT, John shipsmith St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18777

BENNETT, John blacksmith Pt Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1884 Application 20393

No 7

BENNETT, John farmer Navan Town 1864[-1868] Memorial 113/392

BENNETT, John farmer formerly of Navan Town but now of the Hundred of Alma 1888 Memorial 114/392

BENNETT, Maria widow Rhynie, died c1885 intestate. Probably her sons - Walter Scott Bennett, James Bennett, John Sheppard Bennett all labourers Rhynie Application 20620

No 8

BENNETT, John stockholder Sydney NSW and Emma Bennett his wife the daughter of Samuel Beattie GARRATT commission agent Adelaide 1864 Memorial 345/197

No 9 - possibly the same person

BENNETT, John blacksmith Truro 1865 Memorial 59/201

BENNETT, John blacksmith Nuriootpa, died 2/9/1867 intestate, leaving his infant son, Alfred Bennett, as his heir at law Memorial 145/242

No 10

BENNETT, John butcher High St, Kensington 1878 Application 16565

No 11

BENNETT, John gentleman formerly of Moonta but presently residing in Adelaide 1880 Memorial 179/326

BENNETT, John gentleman, late of Moonta, but now of Adelaide, intending to be absent for some time from the province, power of attorney to Thomas George PLEYDELL gentleman Glenelg, to manage his SA estates 21/10/1880 Deposit 40/1881

No 12

BENNETT, John civil servant Brighton 1899 Memorial 209/438

No 1

BENNETT, John Bell farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 227 County Grey

BENNETT, John Bell farmer Mayurra trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1875 Grant Book 31 Page 231 County Grey

BENNETT, John Henry licensed victualler Truro 1906 Application 25096

No 1

BENNETT, John Sherry yeoman Mt Torrens 1857[-1862] Memorial 143/118, Application 3561

BENNETT, John Sherry farmer Mt Torrens and Mary Bennett his wife 1862[-186] Memorial 28/186, Application 9236

BENNETT, JS farmer Mt Torrens 1880 Application 18057.

BENNETT, John Sherry farmer Mt Torrens, died 2/2/1903. Husband of Mary Bennett. Father of Albert James Bennett, George Herbert Bennett, Matthew Henry Bennett, Douglas Jerrold Torrens Bennett, and Emily Ann PARSONS nee Bennett Memorial 176/448

BENNETT, John Sherry farmer Mt Torrens, died 2/2/1903. Husband of Mary Bennett of Mt Torrens. Father of Emily Ann PARSONS wife of John William Parsons farmer Stansbury, Albert James Bennett, George Herbert Bennett and Matthew Henry Bennett farmers Mt Torrens Memorial 13/461

BENNETT, Mary widow Mt Torrens, died 7/12/1919. Mother of George Herbert Bennett, Albert James Bennett and Mathew Henry Bennett farmers Mt Torrens; also Douglas Gerald Torrens Bennett and Emily Ann PARSONS no description. Grandmother of Emily Dora Parsons Memorial 151/481

BENNETT, John Thomas farmer Tickera 1892[-1896] Memorial 85/415

No 1

BENNETT, Joseph miller Penola 1874 Memorial 143/278

No 2

BENNETT, Joseph farmer Tarcowie. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1914 Grant Book 13 Page 33 County Dalhousie

No 1

BENNETT, Joseph Henry grocer Moonta 1887[-1889] Memorial 14/385

BENNETT, Joseph Henry storekeeper Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 91 County Daly

No 1

BENNETT, Leslie licensed land broker Moonta 1920 Memorial 83/480

BENNETT, Leslie auctioneer Moonta 1929 Memorial 11/502

BENNETT, Matthew cordwainer Norwood 1853[-1855] Memorial 496/55

BENNETT, ML railway station master Gawler 1883 Memorial 224/352

BENNETT, Moses no description and Dorothy Bennett his wife. Children included Moses James Bennett, David Bennett, Thomas Henry George Bennett and Mrs Emma DENTON 1874 Memorial 25/303

No 1

BENNETT, Nathaniel Wesleyan Minister Clarendon 1855[-1857] Memorial 249/84

BENNETT, Nathaniel Wesleyan Methodist Minister Gawler 1859 Williamstown was in his Circuit Memorial 58/161

BENNETT, Nicholas Dunstan clerk Moonta 1869[-1875] Memorial 104/240

BENNETT, Noah farmer Navan 1870[-1876] Memorial 34/245

BENNETT, Norman Robertson medical practitioner Pt Lincoln 1929[-1931] Memorial 183/501, Application 27857

BENNETT, Owen and Thomas Bennett of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 287/145

No 1

BENNETT, Pat labourer Adelaide 1855 Smithfield allotment purchase Memorial 203/83

BENNETT, Patrick labourer Adelaide 1865 Memorial 182/201

No 1

BENNETT, Peter mason Adelaide 1866[-1868] Memorial 131/214

BENNETT, Peter mason South Road 1872 Memorial 222/263

Labourer Edwardstown 1873 Memorial 73/264

BENNETT, Peter farmer South Road Black Forest 1882 Application 19004

No 1 - probably mixture of Elder and Younger

BENNETT, Richard blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 383/90

BENNETT, Richard probably of Pt Adelaide, died 4/11/1870. His widow, Alice Bennett, still lived at Pt Adelaide by 1878. John Bennett shipsmith Pt Adelaide also belonged to this family Memorial 125/306

BENNETT, Richard the Younger blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1869[-1877] Memorial 60/256

BENNETT, Richard engine and shipsmith Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 222/271

BENNETT, Richard engineer Pt Adelaide, had become a bankrupt by 1876 Memorial 83/291

BENNETT, Richard James undertaker Stirling East 1887 Application 25531

No 1

BENNETT, Richard John draper Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1851 Memorial 121/38

BENNETT, Richard John draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854[-1858] Memorial 386/65

BENNETT, Richard John dealer Kensington Road [probably about to leave the province] 1866 Memorial 38/217

BENNETT, Richard John dealer Kensington Road, Norwood, about to leave the province for a period, power of attorney to Samuel Wesley SCORSE draper Kensington Road 5/6/1866. Richard BOURNE warehouseman Adelaide, testified that he knew RJ Bennett well. This person was now living in Qld Deposit 255/1866

No 1

BENNETT, Richard William solicitor and clerk to Murray and Magarey solicitors Eagle Chambers, King William St, Adelaide 1901 Application 24303

BENNETT, Richard William solicitor Adelaide managing clerk for Messrs Murray and Magarey solicitors Eagle Chambers Adelaide 1905 Application 24797

BENNETT, Richard William solicitor Insurance Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide 1913 Application 26198

BENNETT, Richard William barrister and solicitor Adelaide (Exchange Buildings, Pirie St) 1923 Memorial 176/496

No 1

BENNETT, Robert farmer Currency Creek 1858[-1874] Memorial 222/137, Application 2735

BENNETT, Robert farmer Currency Creek Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1862 Grant Book 37 Page 54 County Hindmarsh

BENNETT, Samuel farmer Skillogolee Creek 1855 Memorial 427/82

No 1

BENNETT, Stephen blacksmith Kapunda 1864 Memorial 209/193

BENNETT, Stephen gentleman Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1866 Grant Book 2 Page 55 County Adelaide

BENNETT, Stephen of Kapunda Co Light Hundred of Hanson land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 258 County Stanley

BENNETT, Stephen agent Kapunda 1865 Application 6645

BENNETT, Stephen land agent Kapunda Co Light. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1866 Grant Book 66 Page 148 County Manchester

BENNETT, Stephen merchant Kapunda, died 12/3/1866, of exudation in the brain, aged 36 Application 16857

No 1

BENNETT, Summerton Trill Esquire Worthing, Sussex, power of attorney to Osmond GILLES Esquire Adelaide to manage his estate 12/7/1839 ‘to occupy and cultivate the same on his own account or to let the same at a rent to any other person or persons from year to year or for a certain term of years not exceeding 14 years at one time Deposit 8/0A

BENNETT, Summerton Trill gentleman Worthing, Sussex, England, power of attorney to John Olliver SURTEES barrister at law Manchester, Lancs, England, to manage my SA estates ‘and also apply for demand receive and accept a grant or grants of any right of sheep or cattle run or pasturage or other privilege to which I am or may become entitled’ 8/9/1858 Deposit 95/1859

No 1

BENNETT, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 246/2

BENNETT, Thomas brickmaker Norwood 1850[-1869] Memorial 290/26

BENNETT, Thomas brickmaker formerly of North Adelaide 1849 but now of Norwood 1873 Application 13133.

No 2 - possibly the same person

BENNETT, Thomas accountant Adelaide 1842 Memorial 359/2

BENNETT, Thomas miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 146/64

BENNETT, Thomas clerk to Samuel BOORD storekeeper Kooringa 1851[-1853] Memorial 59/39.

BENNETT, Thomas gentleman formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 167/79

No 3

BENNETT, Thomas farmer Rapid Bay 1869 Memorial 152/238

BENNETT, Tom farmer Glenburn 1875 Memorial 179/283

No 4

BENNETT, Thomas bootmaker Navan Co Light. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 88 County Daly

BENNETT, Thomas farmer Wallaroo and Jane Bennett his wife 1886 Memorial 50/375

BENNETT, Thomas Boulflower gentleman Stepney 1872 Memorial 171/261

BENNETT, Thomas Charles surgeon Hawker 1891 Memorial 226/411

No 1

BENNETT, Thomas George farmer Tickera 1891[-1894] Memorial 117/407

BENNETT, Thomas George farmer Tickera, died c1901 intestate. His widow, Jane Bennett, lived at Wallaroo by 1902 Memorial 176/445

No 1

BENNETT, Thomas William Batcock carrier Skillogolee Creek Co Stanley 1849 Memorial 75/20

BENNETT, Thomas Batcock (sometimes known as Thomas William Batcock Bennett) formerly carrier 1849 later farmer Skillogalee Creek Co Stanley now of parts beyond the sea 1868 Application 9304

BENNETT, W clerk Mt Barker 1911 Memorial 60/465

No 1

BENNETT, William builder Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 309/72

No 2

BENNETT, William butcher Littlehampton 1857 Memorial 171/116

BENNETT, William yeoman Littlehampton 1864 Memorial 190/195

BENNETT, William of Littlehampton, died 4/10/1880 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Elizabeth Bennett, to settle the estate Memorial 210/348 & RPA Search 2250

BENNETT, William labourer Littlehampton, died 4/10/1880 Murray Bridge intestate. Husband of Elizabeth Bennett widow Littlehampton, who died 17/6/1883 intestate. Parents of John Bennett blacksmith Mt Barker 1891 Memorials 145 & 146/410

BENNETT, William labourer Littlehampton, died 4/10/1880 Murray Bridge intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Elizabeth Bennett of Littlehampton. Estate worth £200. John Bennett blacksmith Mt Barker was a son Application 22141

No 3

BENNETT, William farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 318/150

No 4

BENNETT, William farmer Nairne 1859 Memorial 18/157

BENNETT, William formerly farmer Nairne 1859 now licensed victualler Inglewood 1866 Application 7769

BENNETT, William licensed victualler Inglewood Inn 1865[-1871 Memorial 297/206

No 5

BENNETT, William miner near Black Springs 1866 Memorial 287/209

No 6

BENNETT, William teamster Yackamoorundie Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 621 Counsty Frome

No 7

BENNETT, William farmer Currency Creek 1892 Memorial 100/414

BENNETT, William Aaron grazier formerly of Menindie NSW but now of Morphettville 1937 Memorial 141/511

BENNETT, William Cornish butcher Norwood 1854 Memorial 260/63

No 1

BENNETT, William Mansley Wesleyan Minister Rosehill 1857 Memorial 166/117

BENNETT, William Mansley Wesleyan Methodist Minister Gumeracha 1859 Memorial 2/162

BENNETT, William Mansley Wesleyan Minister Kapunda 1865 Memorial 275/206

BENNETT, WL clerk of the local court Pt Lincoln 1897 Memorial 32/444

BENNETT, WO civil servant Pt Lincoln 1887 Memorial 37/383

BENNETT, William Patrick labourer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 207 County Grey

BENNETT, William Smith formerly miner but now storekeeper Black Springs 1890 Memorial 25/403

No 1

BENNETTS, Absolom settler Brownhill Creek 1849 Memorial 463/16

BENNETTS, Absolom gardener Brownhill Creek 1860 Memorial 29/167

BENNETTS, Absolom gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 242/330

BENNETTS, Alfred storekeeper Kooringa 1907 Memorial 92/457

BENNETTS, Ernest Philip butcher Norwood 1924 Application 27239

No 1

BENNETTS, James farmer Willunga 1854[-1868] Memorial 314/61

No 2

BENNETTS, James miner Kooringa 1881 Memorial 107/333

BENNETTS, Leslie Herbert grazier Myponga 1950 Memorial 148/524

BENNETTS, Phillip Harvey machinery expert Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Peake land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 54 County Buccleuch

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BENNETTS, Richard miner Copperhouse 1859 Memorial 329/157

BENNETTS, Richard miner Moonta Mines 1872 Memorial 93/263

BENNETTS, Richard farmer Weetulta 1888 Memorial 93/393

BENNETTS, Richard John gentleman Norwood 1859 Application 792

No 1

BENNETTS, William Smith storekeeper Black Springs 1866 Memorial 36/219

BENNETTS, William Smith storekeeper Black Springs, died 29/6/1897. Father of Elizabeth Ann WHELLUM, Emily BAYNES and Mary Jane HARRIS. Executor Royston ROBERTS farmer Black Springs Memorial 104/435 & RPA Search 1013

BENNEY, Joshua agent Saddleworth 1888 Memorial 155/394

BENNIE, Andrew builder Goodwood Road 1901 Memorial 216/444

No 1

BENNIE, John sheep station manager Clare Hundred of Clare land grant 1863 Grant Book 56 Page 27 County Stanley

No 2

BENNIE, John master mariner Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 95/356

No 3

BENNIE, John and William farmers Arkaba 1894 Memorial 154/423

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

BENNIER, Johann farmer Klemzig 1850 Memorial 240/24

BENNIER, Johann farmer O'Halloran 1853 Memorial 433/52

BENNIER, John the Elder (not BENER) gentleman Reynella linked with John Bennier the Younger farmer Morphett Vale 1873[-1878] Memorial 75/266

BENNIER, Johann the Elder gentleman Reynella, died 1881. His real estate left to his widow, Anna Dorothea Maria Bennier, for life, then to the seven sons - Johann Bennier the Younger farmer Morphett Vale, Joachim, August, Heinrich, Wilhelm, Carl and James, four daughters - Anna BAILEY (for life then to her children), Marie PIEL, Margaret Bennier, and Eliza TALBOT, and Johann Bennier the Elder's grandson, John DALLOW. Daughter Margaret Jane Bennier spinster domestic servant married James Guthry GORDON bachelor painter Wilcannia, on 15/11/1877 Wilcannia Darling River NSW. Minister: Edwin Henry WRIGHT Anglican priest. Grandson Robert BAILEY son of Thomas Bailey labourer Grey and Ann Bennier, born 3/8/1881. Informant: Charles Henry Bailey of Mt Gambier. Widow Anna Dorothea Bennier, died 29/6/1895 Reynella, of senile decay, aged 79 Application 24458.

BENNIER, John the Younger farmer Pt Broughton 1900 Memorial 148/441

BENNIER, Anna Dorothea Maria widow Reynella 1893 relict of the late Johann Bennier formerly farmer Reynella, who died 7/10/1881 Memorial 249/416

BENNIER family as at 1900 brothers and sisters included: (1) Johann Bennier farmer Pt Broughton, (2) Heinrich Bennier labourer Hindmarsh had died intestate [his widow, Elizabeth Bennier , now at Bowden], (3) August Bennier labourer Mt Gambier, (4) William Bennier gardener Hectorville, (5) Charles Bennier farmer Riverton, (6) James Bennier now deceased (7) Mary PIEL nee Bennier wife of William Piel mason Mt Gambier, (8) Margaret GORDON wife of James Guthrie Gordon glazier Broken Hill NSW, (9) Eliza Ann TALBOT wife of Edward Talbot shoemaker Brompton] and (10) Ann BAILEY widow Mt Gambier [Charles Henry Bailey labourer Mt Gambier, Thomas Bailey labourer Brompton, Sydney and Robert Bailey labourers Mt Gambier] Memorial 148/441

No 1

BENNIER, William farm servant Morphett Vale 1879 Application 19722

BENNIER, William farmer Pt Broughton Hundred of Wokurna land grant 1898 Grant Book 15 Page 46 County Daly

BENNY, Benjamin solicitor Adelaide nephew of the late William Benny solicitor King William St, Adelaide deceased, took over his uncle's business in 1898 Application 25009

BENNY, B solicitor Adelaide (Waterhouse Chambers, King William St) 1913 Application 26222

BENNY, Benjamin solicitor King William St, Adelaide 1916, a nephew of Ralph Drummond ANDERSON farmer Streaky Bay, who died 1/1/1909. Husband of Helena Gordon Anderson. Father of Peter Alexander Anderson, Ralph Anderson, Gilbert Anderson and William Gordon Anderson. B Benny was the Anderson family solicitor Application 26458

No 1 - probably the same person

BENNY, George clerk to Messrs PARTRIDGE & TAYLOR solicitors Adelaide 1855 Memorial 55/88

BENNY, George gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 246/127

No 1

BENNY, James Esquire formerly of Stirling, Scotland, but now of Adelaide 1845 Memorial 449/5 Stockholder Balhannah 1846 Memorial 145/7

BENNY, James gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 61/51

No 2

BENNY, James Scotch Free Church Minister Morphett Vale 1854[-1866] Memorial 72/83

BENNY, James minister of the gospel Morphett Vale linked with George Benny student of divinity Morphett Vale 1863 Memorial 160/294

BENNY, James Free Presbyterian Minister Morphett Vale 1889 Memorial 35/437

No 1

BENNY, John farmer The Meaows 1852 Memorial 1/39

No 2

BENNY, John, Thomas and William farmers Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Nuriootpa land grants Memorial 57/89

BENNY, John, Thomas and William farmers Gawler 1861 Memorial 153/171

BENNY, John, Thomas and William gentlemen Nailsworth were brothers 1871 Memorial 69/262

No 3

BENNEY, John sheep farmer Tatiara 1862 Memorial 138/202

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BENNY, John of King William St, Adelaide linked with William Benny notary public of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 91/289

BENNY, John gentleman and William solicitor both of Adelaide Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 29 Page 220 County MacDonnell

BENNY, John and William gentlemen Adelaide Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1878 Grant Book 46 Page 7 County MacDonnell

BENNY, John law clerk Adelaide 1888 Application 21482

BENNY, John gentleman Adelaide 1895 Memorial 221/424

BENNY, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Morphett Vale. Linked with Benjamin Benny solicitor Adelaide 1902 Memorial 102/447

BENNY, John the Elder and John the Younger clerks to W Benny solicitor Adelaide 1877 Memorial 116/301

BENNY, Margaret widow Adelaide 1854 Memorial 273/71

BENNY, Patience widow Kapunda 1882 Application 19005

No 1

BENNY, William clerk to JE MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 182/211

BENNY, William solicitor Adelaide (Waterhouse Chambers) 1872 Memorial 94/259

BENNY, William solicitor Adelaide (Waterhouse Chambers, King William St) 1873 Application 12627

BENNY, William solicitor Adelaide 1875[-1892] Memorial 96/281

BENNY, William proctor Adelaide 1877 Memorial 217/304

BENNY, William solicitor Adelaide (Waterhouse Chambers, King William St) 1886 Memorial 175/410

BENNY, William solicitor Adelaide, died 1/1/1898. His estate worth £2,044. He bequeathed his law business conducted in Waterhouse Chambers, King William St, Adelaide, to his nephew, Benjamin Benny solicitor Adelaide 'all my furniture, goods, chattels and effects situated in the said office and my box containing my barrister's wig and gown in the Supreme Court House Adelaide'. William Benny also left his own brother, John Benny gentleman Adelaide, the rest of his estate Application 28073

BENSCH, Johann Christian of Dutton 1883 Memorial 234/353

No 1

BENSEN, Charles Knut farmer Cunliffe 1886 Memorial 195/380

BENSEN, Charles Knut farmer Cunliffe. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1908[-1910] Grant Book 14 Page 254 County Daly

No 1

BENSON, Alfred butcher Norwood 1864[-1878] Memorial 232/196

BENSON, Alfred gentleman William St, Norwood 1880 Application 18352

No 1

BENSON, John surgeon Kensington 1868[-1875] Memorial 53/236

BENSON, John medical practitioner Kensington 1876 Application 15253

BENSON, Neils linked with Sections 355 & 356 Hundred of Terowie 1891 Memorial 25/407

No 1

BENSON, Thomas shoemaker Thebarton 1864 Application 5098

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BENSON, Thomas John painter Gawler 1885 Memorial 3/368

BENSON, Thomas John painter Gawler 1886 Application 20900

BENSON, Thomas John agent Adelaide 1899 Memorial 105/439

BENSON, W clerk to Messrs INGLEBY and EMERSON solicitors Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 85/161

No 1

BENT, Richard carpenter Adelaide, and Ann Bent, his wife 1842 Memorial 292/1

BENT, Richard builder Hindley St, Adelaide 1842. He had been in Adelaide since at least 1839 Application 20942

BENT, Richard builder Adelaide and Ann Bent his wife 1844 Memorial 434/3

BENTLEY, Alfred warehouseman 136 Cheapside, London, Leonard WATERHOUSE Esquire 58 Great Cumberland Place, Marylebone, Middlesex, and Walter WATERHOUSE Esquire Starborough Castle, Edenbridge, Kent, power of attorney to Arthur WATERHOUSE Esquire Adelaide, to manage their SA estates 8/9/1887. His wife, Emily BENTLEY, also appointed these men her attorneys for her property in SA Deposit 127/1887

BENTLEY, Anthony farmer Maitland 1891 Memorial 35/407

No 1

BENTLEY, Edward yeoman Mintaro linked with Elizabeth Bentley widow Mintaro 1853 Memorial 399/47

BENTLEY, Edward mounted police corporal Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 310/138

BENTLEY, Edward mounted police corporal Wallaroo linked with Elizabeth Bentley widow Kooringa 1863 Memorial 182/187

BENTLEY, Edward sergeant of police Pt Lincoln. He bought Pt Lincoln real estate in partnership with Alexander MCKENZIE publican Adelaide 1870 Application 10945

BENTLEY, Edward sergeant of police Redruth 1879 Memorial 169/321

BENTLEY, Edward police sergeant Redruth, died 18/1/1880 Adelaide intestate (estate worth £27). His wife, Susannah Maria Bentley widow Hughes St, Mile End, died 10/8/1929. Thomas Fried Bentley clerk Castella Vic 1935, born 7/12/1877, declared that he was a son. Other children included: Albert Edward Bentley, Mary Brett COOK, Rose Blanche POWELL, Alice Maud PEGLER and Edith Susannah VAWSER. Edward Bentley owned land in Goolwa Application 27962

No 1

BENTLEY, Edward Robert of Gawler son of Thomas Bentley carrier Gawler 1849 Memorial 340/13

BENTLEY, Edward Robert carrier formerly of Brisbane but now of Benalong NSW 1862 Memorial 62/181

BENTLEY, Edward Robert carrier formerly of Gawler but now of Bennalong NSW 1863 Memorial 62/193

No 1

BENTLEY, George grocer Gawler 1858 Memorial 165/138

BENTLEY, George storekeeper Stockport 1866 Memorial 248/209

BENTLEY, Mary widow formerly of Gawler North but then of Gawler South, died 4/6/1904. Relict of the late George Bentley. Mother of Mary Ann CAUSBY married woman Gawler South and William Bentley no description Memorial 12/452

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BENTLEY, Henry carter Adelaide 1847[-1851] Memorial 336/64

BENTLEY, Henry water carrier Kooringa 1859 Memorial 254/156

BENTLEY, Henry farmer Koolunga 1887[-1897] Memorial 187/384

No 1

BENTLEY, James carpenter Redruth 1850 Memorial 351/20

No 1

BENTLEY, James Esquire Woodgreen Cheshunt, Herts, England, bought Section 5012 Hundred of Macclesfield as a land grant in 1851. He appointed Francis DAVISON Esquire Blakiston his local attorney to manage the estate 1851 Application 4289

No 1

BENTLEY, James store assistant Redruth near Kooringa 1919 Memorial 98/478

BENTLEY, James grocer Redruth 1927 Application 27553.

BENTLEY, James grocer Redruth near Kooringa 1929 Memorial 57/502

BENTLEY, James shop assistant Aberdeen 1935, declared that he was aged 56 and had lived in Redruth since 1885 Application 27966.

BENTLEY, James formerly storekeeper Redruth near Kooringa but now grocer 122 Greenhill Road, Knoxville 1940 Memorial 88/514

BENTLEY, Jane spinster Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1898 Grant Book 19 Page 109 County Fergusson

BENTLEY, John fellmonger Kingston S-E Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 131a County Robe

BENTLEY, Joseph farmer Kilkerran Co Fergusson. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 279 County Daly

No 1

BENTLEY, Reuel wheelwright Gawler Plains 1852[-1853] Memorial 232/40

BENTLEY, Reuel farmer Munno Para 1854[-1858] Memorial 87/75

BENTLEY, Reuel farmer Salisbury 1856 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 181/108

BENTLEY, Reuel farmer Munno Para 1858 Application 170

BENTLEY, Reuel farmer Munno Para Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 48 County Light

BENTLEY, Reuel farmer Rhynie 1871 Application 11410

BENTLEY, Reuel farmer Rhynie 1874 Memorial 94/272

BENTLEY, Reuel farmer Rhynie Hundred of Maitland land grant 1874[-1878] Grant Book 19 Page 100 County Fergusson

No 1

BENTLEY, Thomas carrier Gawler 1849 Memorial 340/13

No 2

BENTLEY, Thomas licensed victualler Unley 1854 Took out a 14 year lease of the Cremorne Hotel on Unley Road at £350 a year Memorial 373/70

No 1

BENTLEY, William photographer Redruth 1879[-1903] Memorial 73/316

BENTLEY, William photographic artist Redruth 1900 Memorial 189/440

BENTLEY, William photographer Redruth near Kooringa, died c1910. Linked with James Bentley store assistant Redruth, Thomas Friend Bentley engine driver Hamley Bridge and William Alport Bentley schoolteacher Basket Range in 1913 Memorial 138/469

BENTON, John stockman Robe Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 192 County Grey

BENTON, Peter reporter Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 189/336

BEOR, Frederick J bookkeeper Adelaide 1866 Memorial 40/209

Stockman Mt Brown 1868 Deposit 41/1881

BERENDS, Heinrich Franz brassfounder Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1854[-1856] Memorial 487/78

No 1

BERENS, Lewis Henry merchant Adelaide 1878 Memorial 201/311

BERENS, Lewis Henry merchant Adelaide. Director of the Adelaide Arcade Company Ltd (Registered office 21 Exchange Pirie St, Adelaide) 1878 Memorial 201/311

No 1

BERESFORD, Arthur George de la Poer Beresford licensed surveyor North Adelaide and Ellen Stuart Beresford his wife 1914. Mrs Beresford probably had family ties with Dr George MAYO of Adelaide deceased Application 26307

BERESFORD & CALDER land surveyors Adelaide (Chamber of Manufacturers Building Pirie St), involved with the erection of Berkeley Chambers, pt TA 20, on the western corner of Gawler Place and North Tce. Plans of the new building 1921 Deposit 61/1921

BERESFORD, Marie Isobel widow Inman Valley 1939 Application 28188

No 1

BERESFORD, R[ichard de la Poer] clerk to RC BAKER solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 36/277

BERESFORD, R clerk to Richard BAKER solicitor Adelaide 1875 Memorial 212/283

BERESFORD, R solicitor Kapunda 1880 Memorial 220/321

BERESFORD, RD solicitor Kapunda 1881 Application 18897

BERESFORD, RD solicitor Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 63/342

BERESFORD, RD solicitor Mt Barker 1895 Memorial 100/424

BERESFORD, R solicitor Pt Pirie 1899 Memorial 142/437

BERESFORD, William La Poer Captain AIF Training Farm Pompoota 1919 Application 26801

No 1

BERGEEST, Franz builder Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 51/51

BERGEEST, Franz timber merchant Adelaide 1859 Memorial 195/155

BERGEEST, Otto wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1850 Memorial 51/28

BERGMANN, Adolph teacher Light Pass 1876 Application 15048

No 1

BERGMANN, Carl of Frankton 1887 Memorial 230/383

BERGMANN, Carl labourer formerly of Truro but now of Broken Hill NSW 1891 Memorial 130/411

BERGMANN, Eduard storekeeper Blumberg 1857 Memorial 135/128

BERGMANN, Richard fancy goods dealer Adelaide 1873[-1878] Memorial 123/269

BERHAM, Augustus farmer Glen Osmond 1861 Memorial 224/173

BERKELEY, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1837[-1841] Memorial 339/1

BERKHOLZ, Hermann Alexander licensed victualler Kent Town Hotel, Rundle St Kent Town 1901[-1903] Memorial 53/443

BERKIN, Arnold Keith grazier Comaum 1956 Memorial 35/531

No 1

BERKSHIRE, George Jonah farmer Mt Remarkable 1858 Memorial 281/144

BERKSHIRE, George Jonah farmer Melrose 1875 Application 14128

BERKSHIRE, George Jonah storekeeper Mt Remarkable, died 4/6/1876. His whole £180 estate to his wife, Martha Oliver Grace Berkshire, for life, then to go to his four natural children - Martha Anne, Mary, Sarah and Beda, and his adopted infant son, Owen George Berkshire. Mrs Berkshire died 1896. A Supreme Court judgement on the GJ Berkshire's will on 10/8/1897 Memorial 55/435 Application 26425

BERKSHIRE, George Jonah carpenter Melrose, died 4/6/1876. He left his entire estate to his wife, Martha Oliver Grace Berkshire, for life; then the estate to be sold and the proceeds to be divided equally amongst his four daughters - Martha Anne, Mary, Sarah, and Beda, and his adopted son, Owen George Berkshire. All the carpenter's tools to go to his adopted son Memorials 72 & 165/351

BERKSHIRE, George Jonah farmer Section 146 Mt Remarkable Special Survey, died 4/6/1876. His widow, Martha Oliver Grace Berkshire, died 10/5/1896. Their family was disposed thus by 1898 - Martha Ann HAVELOCK wife of Samuel Havelock miner Broken Hill NSW, Beda GORDON wife of Coleman Gregory Gordon miner Glanville but presently at Coolgardie WA, and Owen George Berkshire adopted son labourer Melrose. Two daughters deceased - Mary Georgina Berkshire married John William SAUNDERS agent Exeter (by 1898) and died 12/8/1868 intestate. Sarah Olive Berkshire married Robert FIELDING of Adelaide (by 1898) and died 3/4/1890 intestate Memorial 55/435

BERKSHIRE, Martha Oliver Grace widow near Melrose 1877[-1878] Memorial 242/301

BERKSHIRE, Martha Oliver Grace widow Mt Remarkable relict of the late George Jonah Berkshire formerly of Mt Remarkable now deceased 1879 Memorial 60/314

BERKSHIRE, Owen George farmer Melrose 1880[-1897 Memorial 52/435

BERLINER, Samuel money broker Adelaide 1884[-1885] Memorial 201/355, Application 20464

No 1

BERLING, Gustav auctioneer Adelaide 1860 Memorial 88/163

BERLING, Gustav formerly agent Adelaide now a prisoner in HM Gaol or Stockade 1866 Application 7871

BERLING, Gustav [formerly auctioneer Adelaide but now] farmer Oliventhal near Blumberg 1878 Memorial 185/305

BERLING, Gustav farmer Blumberg 1878 Application 16612

BERLUND, John labourer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 344 County Gawler

BERMINGHAM, Catherine Mary boot saleswoman Finniss St, Lower North Adelaide, died 31/5/1911 of 12 months' heart disease, aged 64. Born in London, England. In SA 56 years. Aunt to Raymond Francis Milte Bermingham out of business Cross Road, Myrtle Bank 1916 Memorials 186/473 & 1/474

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BERMINGHAM, John bootmaker Brompton 1892 Application 22210

BERMINGHAM, John formerly shoe importer Adelaide but now out of business Myrtle Bank 1918 Memorial 80/499

No 2

BERMINGHAM, John retired Robe 1938, declared that he had lived in the town all his life Application 28121

BERMINGHAM, John overseer/labourer Robe, died 18/6/1940. He had 3 children - Grace Doreen WILTSHIRE married woman 44 Musket Parade, Lithgow NSW; Elizabeth May Bermingham spinster Robe; and Kathleen Gladys Ivy Bermingham spinster Robe who died 16/3/1937. Elizabeth Bermingham had two children Gwen HATELEY and Frank Bermingham both of Robe in 1949. Kathleen Bermingham had a son called Maurice John Bermingham, a grazier Robe by 1949. For many years, Gwen and Frank Bermingham believed that they were children of John Bermingham Senr 1947 Application 28578

BERMINGHAM, Mary Ann married woman Robe 1908[-1911] Memorial 7/460

BERMINGHAM, Patrick labourer Woodchester 1865 Application 6378

No 1

BERMINGHAM, William labourer Eastern Plains 1864 Memorial 184/192

BERMINGHAM, William [formerly of the Eastern Plains but then] labourer Robe, died 15/8/1898. Husband of Eliza Bermingham, who died 25/1/1899. Parents of Thomas Bermingham labourer Robe GRO Search 110

No 2

BERMINGHAM, William farmer Woodchester on the Bremer, died 19/8/1944. Father of 4 children including Walter Leonard Bermingham schoolteacher 12 West St, Torrensville Memorial 92/518

BERNAND, AF of Glanville Le Fevre Peninsula. Father of Alice Bernard 1884 Application 20045

No 1

BERNARD, Daniel photographer Adelaide (62 Rundle St) 1896 Memorial 221/428

BERNARD, Daniel photographer formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1911 Memorial 183/464

BERNARD, Louis farmer Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 177/446

No 1

BERNARD, Robert Esquire Adelaide 1838 Memorial 226/81

BERNARD, Robert SA Advocate-General Adelaide 1839 Memorial 279/44

BERNARD, Sydney acting surgeon in HM Royal Navy and now serving on board HM Sloop Rolla, his will. Land in SA to be sold and proceeds to help pay off the debts of his brother Robert Bernard. All his leasehold and freehold land in Co Kildare, Ireland, to be sold and money put towards paying off the debt of £200 to Mark BELCHER Esquire of Co Kilkenny. Annuity of £48/10/- to his sister, Alicia, wife of Sydney Manvers MEADOWS, Woodbridge, Suffolk, provided she pay off £10 a year to Mark BELCHER, to complete payment of his debt. Any money due to him from the estate of his uncle, John Millikin, to go to his uncle John Bernard MD. Other monies to be divided equally between his two sisters Matilda and Alicia ‘independently of the control or debts of their respective husbands’. William Henry McCready Esquire of Dublin and my brother-in-law George Briscoe Esquire Piltown, Ireland, to be his executors. 14/5/1845 Deposit 271/1875

BERNARD, William Esquire Adelaide 1841[-1842] Memorial 216/2

No 1

BERNAU, Andreas Leberecht basketmaker Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 438/56

BERNAU, Lebrecht gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Hermann Theodor KOEPPEN architect Adelaide, to manage his SA estates Nov 1856 Deposit 285/1857

BERNAU, Leberecht gentleman Adelaide 1862[-1864] Application 3254, Application 5112

BERNAU, Andreas Leberecht householder Stepney 1885 Application 20767

BERNDT, Johann August linked with Section 167 Hundred of Riddock Co Grey 1892 Memorial 21/415

BERNDT, Johanne Pauline widow Neudorf, beneficiary under the will of Johann Traugott WEINERT the Elder farmer Lobethal, who died c1885 Application 20786

BERNDT, Johann Gottfried gardener Adelaide 1867 Application 8152

No 1

BERNELL, James labourer Brompton 1853 Memorial 491/62

BERNELL, James labourer Oakbank 1866 Memorial 155/212

BERNHARD, William Henry merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 293/67

BERNHARDT, Johanne Dorothea milliner Stepney St, Stepney 1851[-1855] Memorials 393 & 468/29

No 1

BERNIE, John Esquire Kingston Farm near Noarlunga 1847[-1853] Memorial 73/10

BERNIE, John master mariner Noarlunga 1855[-1884] Memorial 222/102, Application 20061

No 2

BERNIE, John publican Morphett Arms Bay Road 1851 Memorial 458/32

BERNIE, John publican Bay Road 1851 Memorial 385/36.

BERNS, Albert householder Stepney 1885 Application 20767

BERNSTEIN, Abraham Victor Emmanuel, Harris Bernstein furniture warehousemen Broken Hill NSW and Sol Solomon Bernstein furniture warehouseman Adelaide 1912 Memorial 91/466

BERNSTEIN, Alexander, Joseph, Solomon and Victor ironmongers Adelaide 1903 Memorial 143/449

No 1

BERRETT, George wheelwright Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

BERRETT, George wheelwright Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

No 1

BERRETT, Thomas of the Barossa Diggings 1874 Application 13389.

BERRETT, Thomas farmer Barossa Gold Fields 1878[-1917] Memorial 189/306

BERRETT, Thomas teamster Barossa Gold Fields. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1886 Grant Book 2 Page 55 County Adelaide

BERRETT, Thomas dealer Barossa Goldfields 1899[-1901] Memorial 17/437

BERRETT, Thomas farmer Barossa Goldfields and Isabella Berrett his wife 1901 Memorial 84/442

BERRETT, Thomas farmer Barossa Goldfields and Isabella Berrett his wife 1905. She could not write Application 24918

BERRETT, Thomas farmer Barossa Gold Fields. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1905 Grant Book 2 Page 51 County Adelaide

BERRETT, Thomas farmer Barossa 1910 Application 25793

BERRETT, Thomas farmer Barossa Goldfields 1925 Application 27372

BERRIAN, Thomas F labourer Murbko Station Murray River 1872 Memorial 57/262

BERRIDGE, Charles Frederick clerk Terowie Co Kimberley. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 165 County Not named

No 1

BERRIDGE, James farmer Angaston 1858 Memorial 247/135

No 2

BERRIDGE, James Clerk to the District Council of Clare, of Clare 1925 Application 27381

ERRIDGE, James Albert out of business Clare 1939, declared that he had arrived in Clare in 1878 and had lived there ever since with the exception of one period of 3 years. He had been Clerk of the District Council of Clare for 14 years Application 28210

BERRIDGE, WH undertaker's assistant Payneham 1923 Application 27157

No 1

BERRILL, Thomas police trooper Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 142/125

BERRILL, Thomas of the mounted police now residing at Normanville 1861 Application 2269

BERRILL, Thomas police trooper of no given address in SA 1864 Memorial 224/195

BERRILL, William Arthur schoolteacher Sutherlands trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Neales 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 201 County Eyre

No 1

BERRIMAN, George carpenter Watervale 1865[-1869] Memorial 320/203

BERRIMAN, George wheelwright Watervale Co Stanley.l Hundred of Cameron land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 436 County Daly

BERRIMAN, George farmer Salt Creek in The Hummocks 1873 Memorial 103/269

No 1

BERRIMAN, Thomas draper Moonta 1875[-1879] Memorial 222/285

BERRIMAN, Thomas draper near Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 59 County Daly

BERRIMAN, Thomas storekeeper Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 88 County Daly

BERRIMAN, Virginia of Gover St East, North Adelaide 1891 Memorial 15/429

No 1

BERRINGER, Leo watchmaker Adelaide (North Tce) 1857 Memorial 154/129

BERRINGER, Leo of Adelaide, died c1859. He left his house in Stepney to his sister, Helena Berringer of North Melbourne Vic Memorials 292/161 & 293/161

BERRINGER, Leo watchmaker Adelaide (North Tce), died 14/1/1860. He left his whole estate to his sister, Helena Berringer spinster North Melbourne Vic 1895 Application 22848

BERRY, Alfred George out of business Woodville South 1926 Application 27469

No 1

BERRY, Andrew labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 384/1

BERRY, Andrew labourer Prospect 1853[-1854] Memorial 306/49

No 2

BERRY, Andrew commission agent Kensington 1873 Memorial 21/268

BERRY, Archibald blacksmith York 1912 Application 26135

BERRY, Charles blacksmith Brentwood trustee Institute Minlaton Minlaton township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 200 County Fergusson

No 1

BERRY, David Bray gentleman Marion 1855 Memorial 15/85

BERRY, David Bray licensed victualler The Sturt 1856 Memorial 334/111

BERRY, David Bray licensed victualler Marion on the Sturt. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 303 County Adelaide

BERRY, David Bray formerly licensed victualler The Sturt 1856 but now farmer near Saddleworth 1864 Application 5798

BERRY, David Bray farmer Saddleworth 1864 Memorial 221/196

BERRY, David Bray farmer near Auburn 1876 Memorial 27/289

BERRY, DB of Auburn and Susannah Berry his wife 1887 Memorial 180/384

BERRY, David Bray of New Auburn and Susannah Berry his wife 1889 Memorial 144/398

No 1

BERRY, Elizabeth widow Hindmarsh 1866 Memorial 5/214

BERRY, Elizabeth widow formerly of Hindmarsh but now of York township nr Adelaide 1883 Application 19623

BERRY, FA clerk to JJ BENHAM solicitor Adelaide 1878 Memorial 101/308 FIND CHECK INITIALS DEF FA ON ORIGINAL DOCUMENT – MAKE OTHER TESTS

No 1

BERRY, George Augustus clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 132a County Robe

BERRY, George A of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 247/363

No 1

BERRY, Henry merchant Spencer St, Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Joseph DELBRIDGE and Robert Thomas BRADY both of Adelaide, to manage his SA business 6/9/1883. 20/10/1885, H Berry appointed Pearce DELBRIDGE his SA attorney Deposits 228/1883, 205/1885

No 2

BERRY, Henry merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1890 Memorial 118/404

BERRY, Henry, Henry Parton May Berry and Howard Wesley Berry merchants Adelaide (Grenfell St) trading under the style or firm of Henry Berry & Co 1897 Memorial 246/429

BERRY, Henry Edward farmer Echunga 1945, declared that he had been a resident of Echunga for over 48 years Application 28448

No 1

BERRY, Herbert blacksmith York township 1874 Memorial 4/277

BERRY, Herbert blacksmith York township 1878 He operated next to the Half Way House Hotel Port Road Application 17024

BERRY, Herbert formerly blacksmith York township from 1874 then gardener Bridgewater 1885 Application 20486.

BERRY, Herbert blacksmith Beverley 1896 Application 23133

BERRY, Isabella widow and William Watson GALL shopkeepers Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 404/30

No 1

BERRY, James farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 24/51

BERRY, James farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Hurtle Vale 1855 Memorial 369/98

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BERRY, James the Younger miner Callington on the Bremer 1864 Memorial 76/196

BERRY, James the Younger teacher Callington 1873 Memorial 228/266

BERRY, James the Elder gentleman near Callington father of Thomas Henry Berry farmer near Callington 1865 Memorial 337/206

BERRY, James the Elder farmer near Callington on the Bremer 1866 Application 7062

BERRY, James Charles and HODGSON Frank Vincent Durant timber merchants Pt Adelaide trading as Berry, Hodgson & Co 1907 Application 25302

No 1

BERRY, John butcher Bowden 1846[-1853] Memorial 484/29

BERRY, John licensed victualler Bowden 1849[-1855] Memorial 351/15

BERRY, John publican Bowden 1839 Application 15379. John Berry formerly of Bowden but then butcher Campbell Creek Vic, died 17/5/1870 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Hannah Berry. Estate worth £50. [Was this the same John Berry miller Penwortham who assigned his SA estate for sale in 1859?] Application 15379

BERRY, John formerly licensed victualler Bowden 1839 [still there in 1849] but then butcher Campbell Creek Vic, died 17/5/1870 intestate. His wife, Hannah Berry, applied for letters of administration to settle his £50 estate 1876 [Where was Berry's hotel in Bowden in 1839?] Application 15379

No 2

BERRY, John of Adelaide (Flinders St) 1850 Memorial 1/75

BERRY, John engineer and wheelwright formerly of Adelaide but now of Penwortham 1855 Memorial 4/86

BERRY, John miller Penwortham 1858 Memorial 183/137

BERRY, John miller Penwortham 1858 Application 92.

BERRY, John engineer and millwright Penwortham 1859 Memorial 292/152

BERRY, John miller Adelaide 1862 Memorial 181/186

No 3

BERRY, John farmer Yankalilla 1861. He could not write Application 2438

No 4 - perhaps the same person

BERRY, John farmer Mt Pleasant 1863 Application 4384

BERRY, John farmer North Rhine Co Eyre. Hundred of Angas land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 179 County Sturt

No 5

BERRY, John farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 746 County Frome

BERRY, Joseph farmer Noarlunga. Member of the SA Temperance Freehold Land and Building Society 1853 Memorial 90/62

BERRY, Keith assembler Clare 1950 Memorial 154/524

No 1

BERRY, Lawrence storekeeper Adelaide 1857 Memorial 62/115

BERRY, Lawrence storekeeper [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Mt Barker1859 Memorial 155/152

BERRY, Lawrence wood dealer North Adelaide 1883 Memorial 215/351

BERRY, Philip Alan chemist 126 Kensington Rd, Toorak and Frances Hay Berry his wife 1937 Application 28079

No 1

BERRY, Peter carpenter and builder North-East Road North Gilberton 1902 Memorial 126/447

BERRY, Peter out of business 40 Northcote Tce, North Gilberton, died 8/5/1925 Memorial 2/506

No 1

BERRY, Richard of Adelaide took out a 5-year lease of the Victoria Theatre and several cottages in Gilles Arcade Adelaide from Emanuel Solomon at £125 a year 1872 Memorial 169/261

BERRY, Richard city missionary Adelaide 1876[-1902] Memorial 64/294

No 1

BERRY, Richard James gentleman Pekina. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 13 Page 15 County Dalhousie

BERRY, Mary Ann married woman Pekina. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 15 County Dalhousie

No 1

BERRY, Samuel gentleman Kensington 1872 Memorial 244/261

BERRY, Samuel agent Kensington 1877 Application 16521

BERRY, Samuel commission agent Kensington 1878 Memorial 139/308

BERRY, Sarah widow Kensington 1859[-1865] Memorial 54/161

No 1 - probably the same person

BERRY, Simpson Martin contractor Adelaide 1901 Memorial 157/444

BERRY, Simpson Martin and Robert FERGUSON no description trading under the style or firm of Berry Ferguson & Co 1903[-1908] Memorial 51/448

BERRY, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 330/62

BERRY, Thomas Henry farmer Dalrymple trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 34 County Fergusson

BERRY, Walter Henry accountant 55 Annesley Ave, North Norwood 1923 Memorial 181/488

BERRY, Walter James carpenter Gladstone Co Victoria. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 4 County Blachford

No 1 - probably the same person

BERRY, William cabinetmaker Adelaide 1845 Memorial 481/4

BERRY, William builder Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1859 Memorial 3/154, Application 405

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BERRY, William gentleman Green Hill 1869 Memorial 209/236

No 3 - perhaps the Elder

BERRY, William storekeeper Exeter 1900 Application 24075

No 4 - the Younger

BERRY, William the Younger engineer Exeter 1894 Application 26504

BERRY, William engineer Pt Adelaide 1921 Memorial 115/484

BERRY, William Proctor of Sonoma County, California USA, power of attorney to A ARMOUR of Stanford Villa, Lower Mitcham SA, to manage his SA estates 16/10/1871. Document signed in Santa Rosa Deposit 80/1872

BERRYMAN, Ada spinster Kooringa 1909 Memorial 195/460

BERRYMAN, Caroline spinster Adelaide 1868 Memorial 143/229

No 1 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BERRYMAN, George farmer Adelaide (Wright St) 1853[-1855] Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Memorial 58/64

BERRYMAN, George farmer Lochiel purchase land grants in the Hundred of Coomooroo 1882 Book 13 Page 262 County Dalhousie

BERRYMAN, George farmer Coomooroo 1884 Book 13 Page 263 County Dalhousie

BERRYMAN, George farmer Pekina 1885 Memorial 203/369

BERRYMAN, George farmer Coomooroo. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1889 Grant Book 13 Page 170 County Dalhousie

BERRYMAN, George farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1910 Grant Book 13 Page 174 County Dalhousie

No 1

BERRYMAN, Henry miner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 155/50

BERRYMAN, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 204/131

BERRYMAN, Henry contractor Adelaide 1860[-1862] Memorial 82/163

BERRYMAN, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1860[-1863] Memorial 288/166

BERRYMAN, Henry contractor Adelaide (Flinders St) 1861 Memorial 85/184

BERRYMAN, Henry contractor and mining agent Adelaide, died 1/5/1864 Memorial 92/235

BERRYMAN, John labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 1/65

No 1

BERRYMAN, John Henry and YORKE, George Augustus general storekeepers and copartners Wallaroo and Kadina trading under the style or firm of Berryman & Yorke became bankrupts in 1864 Memorial 1/193

BERRYMAN, John Henry gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 211/207

BERRYMAN, Matilda Hannum of Tumby Bay. George Herbert Berryman mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 34/394

No 1

BERRYMAN, Richard miner Redruth 1851 Memorial 337/34.

BERRYMAN, Richard miner Burra Burra Mine 1854 Memorial 71/77

BERRYMAN, Richard farmer near Kooringa 1860 Application 1764

BERRYMAN, Richard farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1864[-1887] Memorial 47/200

BERRYMAN, Richard farmer Springbank near Kooringa Co Burra Hundred of Hanson land grant 1865[-1866] Grant Book 56 Page 274 County Stanley

BERRYMAN, Richard farmer Springbank near Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1871 Grant Book 8 Page 31 County Burra

BERRYMAN, Richard farmer Springbank near Kooringa, died 10/5/1895. Husband of Jane Berryman. Executors: John PRICE of Mt Barker and Cornelius HOWARD of Mt Barker Memorial 29/425

BERRYMAN, Jane widow Springbank near Kooringa 1895 Application 23031

BERRYMAN, Richard Henry farmer Springbank near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 196 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BERRYMAN, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 260/40.

BERRYMAN, Thomas engineer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1878 Memorial 236/312.

BERRYMAN, Thomas Edward farmer Springbank near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 196 County Dalhousie

No 1

BERRYMAN, William farmer near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 313/62

No 2

BERRYMAN, William sheepfarmer Kooringa 1900 Memorial 61/441

BERRYMAN, William grazier Kooringa 1903[-1906] Memorial 212/447

BERRYMAN, William farmer near Kooringa 1906 Application 25261

No 1

BERTELSMEIER, Franz Joseph farmer Clare. Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 364 County Stanley

BERTELSMEIER, Mary Margaret widow Clare 1907 Memorial 212/456

No 1

BERTHEAU, Carl Eduard timber merchant Adelaide (Grote St) 1850 Memorial 92/24

BERTHEAU, Charles Edward [formerly of Adelaide but now] of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 215/66

BERTHEAU, Charles Edward Esquire Melbourne, power of attorney to William George LUXMOORE Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/3/1854 Deposit 210/0A

No 1

BERTHEAU, Charles Zacharie linguist Adelaide and Ann his wife 1849 Memorial 55/14

Storekeeper Gawler 1850 Memorial 331/22

Storekeeper Salisbury late 1850 Memorial 85/30

BERTHEAU, Carl Zachariah storekeeper Little Para 1851 Memorial 162/37

BERTHEAU, Carl Zachariah insolvent debtor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 155/38.

BERTHEAU, Charles Zacharie farmer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 482/100

BERTHEAU, Charles Zacharie general dealer Para Plains 1857 Memorial 132/118

BERTHING, Wilhelm farmer Woodside 1875 Memorial 196/298

BERTRAM, A clerk Moonta 1893 Memorial 165/469

No 1

BERTRAM, Alexander gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 302/40

BERTRAM, Alexander gentleman [formerly of Adelaide but then of] Maryborough Vic 1855 Memorial 388/90

No 1 – August Friedrich Heinrich Eduard Bertram

BERTRAM, August farmer Glen Osmond 1853[-1861]. Section 4094 Hundred of Onkaparinga Co Adelaide land grant Memorial 459/64

BERTRAM, August splitter near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

BERTRAM, August farmer formerly of Glen Osmond 1853 but then of near Hahndorf 1866 Application 7365

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BERTRAM, August miner Redruth 1878 Application 16598

No 1

BERTRAM, Carl labourer Klemzig 1857 Memorial 270/145

BERTRAM, Carl labourer Windsor near Adelaide 1860 Memorial 214/164

BERTRAM, Celeston Francis Henry farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

No 1

BERTRAM, Charles miner Kooringa 1877 Memorial 12/297

BERTRAM, Charles miner Hampton near Kooringa 1877[-1882] Memorial 79/301

BERTRAM, Carl miner formerly of Kooringa but now of Broken Hill NSW 1896 Memorial 123/429

BERTRAM, Charles contractor Hampton. Trustee Methodist Church Redruth 1903 Application 27966

BERTRAM, CF bailiff Mt Pleasant 1885 Memorial 141/372

No 1

BERTRAM, George Christian miner Echunga 1884 Memorial 207/355

BERTRAM, GC Secretary Echunga Institute Echunga 1895 Application 22875

BERTRAM, Hamilton Adam insurance manager Adelaide local manager in SA for the Palatine Insurance Co Ltd of 24-25 Cornhill, London, Middlesex, England 1915 Memorial 18/473

No 1 – Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Bertram; unclear whether Heinrich Julius Wilhelm Bertram is the same person

BERTRAM, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Section 4097 Hundred of Onkaparinga Co Adelaide near Grünthal 1856 [Probably related to August Bertram farmer Section 4094 Hundred of Onkaparinga Co Adelaide] Memorial 318/113

BERTRAM, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Section 4097 Hundred of Onkaparinga Co Adelaide got into financial difficulties and had to surrender his land 1858 Memorial 301/178

No 1 – Heinrich Julius Wilhelm Bertram

BERTRAM, Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

BERTRAM, Heinrich Julius Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf 1863[-1864] Application 4567

BERTRAM, Wilhelm farmer Echunga 1864[-1869] Memorial 72/194

BERTRAM, Wilhelm farmer Echunga. Father of Johanna Wilhelmine LIEBMANN wife of Ernst Liebmann agent Bertha near Gawler 1867 Memorial 17/222

BERTRAM, John Charles labourer Modbury 1882 Application 19126

No 1 - possibly the same person

BERTRAM, Joseph warehouseman Stepney Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 72 County Not named

BERTRAM, Joseph warehouseman Stepney 1881 Memorial 150a/332, Application 18841

BERTRAM, Joseph and John CORNISH clothiers Adelaide (Rundle St) 1884 Memorial 1/363

No 1 – Robert Matthew Bertram

BERTRAM, RM law clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 86/383

BERTRAM, RM articled clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 43/387

BERTRAM, RM articled clerk to Charles JOHNS solicitor Adelaide 1888 Memorial 86/393

BERTRAM, RM solicitor Adelaide 1894 Memorial 238/421

BERTRAM, RM solicitor Pt Pirie 1897 Memorial 38/432

BERTRAM, RM clerk to RH LATHLEAN solicitor Adelaide 1910 Memorial 190/471

No 1

BERTRAM, William gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 370/25

BERTRAM, William gentleman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Enfield 1850 Memorial 312/26

BERTRAM, William butcher Enfield 1851[-1853] Memorial 235/37.

BERTRAM, William [formerly butcher Enfield but then] licensed victualler Myponga 1854[-1855] Memorial 226/195

BERTRAM, William gentleman formerly of Myponga but now on a voyage to Europe 1859 Memorial 257/155

BERTRAM, William licensed victualler Myponga but then on a visit to parts beyond the seas, and Elizabeth Bertram his wife of Myponga 1865 Memorial 243/203

BERTRAM, William son of Elias Bertram and brother to Francis Elias Bertram all of the Island of Jersey CI. William Bertram and his wife Elizabeth Bertram emigrated to SA. He had died by 1871, when Mrs Bertram, then a widow, lived at Myponga. She later remarried to a Mr OLDFIELD. The William Bertrams' son, William Francis Bertram, became a draper in Adelaide. WF Bertram was the husband of Eliza Jane Bertram 1890 Memorials 92/260 & 30/405

BERTRAM, William licensed victualler Grant's Inn (leasee James Grant) 1855 Myponga and his wife Elizabeth Bertram, emigrated from England from Jersey 1850 Sir Francis Ridley. They had their only child with them - William Francis Bertram born 6/10/1849 Jersey. The eldest child, a girl, had already died before the emigration. The Bertrams had 7 children altogether, but only two children survived - the son and a daughter called Sophie Cameron Bertram. William Bertram died 6/6/1868 Jersey, apparently a lunatic [He must have returned to Britain]. 20/2/1873 Elizabeth Bertram widow remarried to Henry OLDFIELD. Elizabeth Oldfield died c1902. By 1907, William Francis Bertram was described as formerly a draper of Broken Hill NSW now mercantile clek Hawthorne. By 1908, William Francis Bertram the Younger mercantile clerk formerly of Hawthorne near Melbourne Vic was now Windsor Vic Application 25373

BERTRAM, Elizabeth widow Myponga linked with William Francis Bertram draper Adelaide 1872 Memorial 92/260

BERTRAM, WF draper Argent St, Broken Hill NSW and Eliza Jane Bertram his wife 1901 Application 24156

BERTZ, R governess Gum Station 1885 Memorial 79/371

BERWICK, John carpenter Walkerville 1850[-1861] Memorial 208/27

No 1

BERWICK, Thomas yeoman Littlehampton 1855[-1857] Memorial 44/86

BERWICK, Thomas drayman Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 319/104

BERWICK, Thomas yeoman Littlehampton 1857[-1863]. He could not write Application 3721

BERWICK, Thomas [formerly of Littlehampton but now] innkeeper Langhorne Creek 1859 Memorial 194/154

BERWICK, Thomas yeoman Littlehampton 1862. He could not write Application 3699

BERWICK, Thomas labourer Littlehampton 1869 Application 10217

No 1

BESANKO, Ann widow Unley 1883 Memorial 39/347

BESANKO, Anne widow Goodwood relict of the late Benjamin Besanko of Unley 1889 Memorial 56/400

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BESANKO, Benjamin gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 408/84

BESANKO, Benjamin the Elder gentleman Unley died before 1867. He left a widow Ann Besanko, and at least one child, Benjamin Besanko the Younger miner Callington on the Bremer Memorial 150/219

BESANKO, Benjamin the Elder gentleman Unley, died c1863. Husband of Ann Besanko. Father of Elizabeth Grace Williams Besanko spinster, Benjamin Besanko the Younger and William Besanko Memorial 113/508

BESANKO, Benjamin the Elder gentleman Unley, died 5/9/1863. Husband of Ann Besanko. Father of Elizabeth Grace Williams Besanko, Benjamin Besanko the Younger and William Besanko. Estate worth £200 Application 27970

BESANKO, Benjamin the Younger gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 381/87

BESANKO, Benjamin miner Callington on the Bremer 1864 Memorial 77/196, Application 5765

BESANKO, Benjamin mason Unley 1878 Application 16599

BESANKO, Benjamin the Younger farmer Booleroo Centre 1882 Application 19288

BESANKO, Benjamin farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1900 Grant Book 24 Page 749 County Frome

BESANKO, Sarah Ann married woman Pt Pirie West, formerly Sarah Ann HAWKE widow Pt Lincoln 1928 Memorial 33/500

BESANKO, Stanley of Lock 7 Murray River Vic, changed his name to Stanley David WESTLEY 1934 Memorial 68/508

BESBERY, George labourer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 327/111

BESCOBY, Elizabeth married woman Prospect 1925 Application 27297

No 1

BESCOS, Jacques labourer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 211/73

BESCOS, Jacques farmer Le Fevre Peninsula 1870 Memorial 198/249

BESCOS, Anne widow of the late Jacques Bescos formerly farmer Le Fevre Peninsula now deceased 1883 Memorial 1/354

BESCOS, Ann widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1884 Application 20045

BESCOS, Anne widow Napier Bath Le Fevre Peninsula near Pt Adelaide, widow of Jacques Bescos otherwise called John Bescos farmer Bath [Section 1105 Hundred of Pt Adelaide] 1890 Application 21939

No 1

BESFORD, James labourer Pt Pirie 1875 Memorial 60/284

BESFORD, James labourer Pt Pirie 1884 Application 20093

No 2

BESFORD, James sharebroker Adelaide 1897 Memorial 45/430

BESLEY, Brian Charles police inspector Pt Augusta 1887[-1888] Memorial 167/387

BESLEY, Elizabeth Grist spinster Adelaide 1909[-1910] Memorial 41/461, Application 25863

BESLEY, Korah widow Hindmarsh 1874. relict of the late Thomas Besley formerly potter Hindmarsh 1871 Application 13895

BESLEY, Mary Sister of Mercy Mt Gambier 1893[-1896] Memorial 224/419, Application 23249

No 1

BESSELL, Thomas labourer Auburn 1866 Memorial 77/214

BESSELL, Thomas labourer Auburn 1867 Application 8445

No 1

BESSEN, Carl Friedrich bootmaker Freeling Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1882[-1887] Grant Book 44 Page 311 County Light

BESSEN, Carl Friedrich shoemaker Freeling 1887[-1898] Memorial 236/385

BEST, Alec William greengrocer Burra 1945 Memorial 25/520

No 1

BEST, Alfred labourer Goolwa 1871 Memorial 237/251

BEST, Alfred blacksmith Goolwa and Catherine Jane Best his wife 1886[-1898] Memorial 66/375

No 1 - the Elder

BEST, Anthony innkeeper of Adelaide 1841 now late of Adelaide 1844 Application 4512

BEST, Anthony innkeeper Adelaide 1842 Memorial 453/70

BEST, Anthony innkeeper formerly of Adelaide 1844 Memorial 455/70

BEST, Anthony of the New Tiers 1844 Memorial 484/3

Farmer Cowandilla 1848 Memorial 382/10

Farmer Reedbeds 1849 Memorial 484/25

BEST, Anthony publican Adelaide 1886 Application 21007

No 2 - the Younger

BEST, Anthony miner Queenstown linked with Louisa Matilda Best spinster Newton Rd, Paradise 1900, beneficiaries under the will of the late Grace SLOGGETT of Wembury near Campbelltown, who died 20/2/1887 Memorial 130/441

BEST, Anthony formerly miner Queenstown Tas but now of no occupation Paradise 1902, declared that he was 56 having been born in SA on 1/3/1846. Brother to Louisa Matilda Best spinster Newton Road, Paradise. Their mother, Grace SLOGGETT of Wembury [Section 297 Survey B] near Campbelltown, died 20/2/1887 Application 24370

BEST, AO printer Silverton NSW 1888 Memorial 86/393

No 1

BEST, Charles carpenter Kensington 1846 Memorial 417/6

BEST, Charles carpenter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 51/14

No 1

BEST, Edward Henry farmer White Valley near Willunga 1853 Memorial 315/52

BEST, Edward Henry gentleman Walkerville and Rachael Best (formerly Rachael SHEPHERD) his wife 1854 Linked with John Shepherd blacksmith Willunga and Richard Shepherd gentleman Adelaide. Robert Shepherd the Younger mentioned but not described Memorial 106/64

BEST, Edward Henry farmer White Valley near Willunga 1853 Memorial 250/221

BEST, Edward Henry farmer Myponga 1865 Application 6829

BEST, Edward Henry farmer and storekeeper Blyth Plains 1870 Memorial 203/244

BEST, Edward Henry formerly farmer Kybunga but then of North Norwood, died 4/6/1898. Husband of Rachael Best. Father of Robert Shepherd Best farmer Kybunga. Estate worth £620 Memorial 189/435

BEST, Rachel widow Maylands 1903, declared that she was a daughter of Robert SHEPHERD farmer Hawthorn Farm Aldinga, who had died in 1867. Her father settled Section 622 Hundred of Myponga upon her for life, then to her husband for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutely. Her husband, Edward Henry Best, died 4/6/1898 North Norwood. She had 6 children - William Henry best farmer Kybunga; Robert Shepherd Best farmer Rosslyn Park Magill; Tom Charles Best farmer East Adelaide; Ann Margaret Sarah WAUGH wife of Alexander Waugh draper Norwood; Mary Emily Rachel HAINES wife of John Haines labourer Maylands; Hannah Selina Helen MAYFIELD wife of Frederick Mayfield farmer Kybunga. All children had turned 21. Mrs Best had 19 living grandchildren in 1903. Likely that Emanuel Shepherd land agent Adelaide and Thomas Shepherd gentleman Prospect, the trustees for Rachel Best's land, were sons of Robert Shepherd Application 24427

No 1

BEST, James Randall farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 311/116

BEST, James Randall farmer Bleak Plain, Pt Gawler, died c1867 He left his entire estate to Lettice LEWIS dairywoman Bleak Plains Pt Gawler. Executors: Twist HEARN carter Hindmarsh and William Nash JESSUP splitter Hindmarsh Memorial 160/219

BEST, John William labourer Hallett. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 8 Page 284 County Burra.

Farmer Hallett 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 285 County Burra

BEST, Louisa spinster Paradise 1887 Application 21267

BEST, Mary widow Adelaide 1850 Memorial 435/28

BEST, Morris George shoemaker Stockport 1865 Memorial 76/203

No 1

BEST, Richard farmer Condowie trustee Cemetery Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

BEST, Richard farmer Condowie Plains Co Stanley. Trustee Bible Christian Mission House Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 221 County Victoria

BEST, Richard labourer Smithfield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

BEST, Richard farmer Condowie Plains trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

No 1

BEST, Robert gentleman Yankalilla 1883 Application 19737

BEST, Robert farmer Yankalilla 1883 Memorial 47/349

BEST, Robert Shepherd dairyman near Magill 1896 Memorial 190/428

BEST, Sydney Thomas Charles formerly umbrella maker Adelaide but now clerk in holy orders Kensington Rd, Norwood 1903 Memorial 31/448

No 1 - perhaps mixture of Elder and Younger

BEST, Thomas labourer Kapunda 1850 Memorial 129/26

BEST, Thomas mason formerly of Kapunda but now of Bowden 1852 Memorial 213/43.

BEST, Thomas of North Kapunda 1853[-1855] Memorial 408/61

BEST, Thomas mason Kapunda 1854 Memorial 187/70

BEST, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1866 Memorial 29/213

BEST, Thomas farmer and mason Ross Creek near Kapunda 1872 Memorial 10/263

BEST, Thomas mason Kapunda 1875 Application 14231

No 2

BEST, Thomas carpenter Kensington 1855[-1883] Memorial 167/84

BEST, Thomas yeoman Norwood 1859[-1888] Memorial 62/154

BEST, Thomas carpenter Norwood 1866[-1894] Memorial 76/215

BEST, Thomas labourer Norwood 1868 Memorial 101/230

BEST, Thomas the Elder carpenter Norwood 1894 Application 22796

BEST, Thomas yeoman Norwood 1896 Application 23148

BEST, Thomas mason Clarke St, Norwood 1909, declared that he had come to live in Norwood in 1854 Application 25710

No 3

BEST, Thomas Bible Christian Minister Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 5/231

No 4 – probably the same person

BEST, Thomas teamster Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1878 Grant Book 8 Page 94 County Burra

BEST, Thomas farmer Mt Bryan East 1886 Memorial 129/378

No 1

BEST, William butcher Adelaide 1843 Memorial 208/98

BEST, William butcher Adelaide 1843 Application 19557

BEST, William butcher Kensington 1843. He lived on Allotment 56 Kensington, known as Best’s Acre Application 9667

No 2

BEST, William of Adelaide, John DENCH, George BEALE and James LOGAN all of Hindmarsh, carrying on business as Dench & Co tanners and curriers Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 385/35.

No 1

BEST, William Herbert chaff merchant Darlington on the Sturt 1925 Application 27386

BEST, William Herbert chaff merchant The Sturt 1935 Application 27989

BESTEL, George licensed victualler Criterion Hotel Bassett Town near Gawler 1883 Memorial 98/349

No 1

BESWICK, Andrew superintendent Mt Gambier 1857 Memorial 14/126

BESWICK, Andrew farmer Mt Gambier and Thomas Beswick formerly farmer Mt Gambier but now gentleman Mossley, Lancs, England, beneficiaries under the will of the late John Beswick formerly gentleman Mt Gambier now deceased 1865 Memorial 151/201

BESWICK, Andrew farmer Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 219/233

BESWICK, Andrew gentleman Mt Gambier 1869[-1870] Memorial 81/240

BESWICK, Andrew gentleman formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Mossley, nr Manchester, Lancs, England 1874 Memorial 79/275

BESWICK, Charles of Pt Lincoln 1909 Application 25675

No 1

BESWICK, James William railway porter Cheltenham linked with Janet Beswick widow Pt Lincoln 1912 Memorial 117/467

BESWICK, James William railway porter Cheltenham 1918 Memorial 157/477

No 1

BESWICK, Janet widow Pt Lincoln 1901 Memorial 209/444

BESWICK, Janet widow formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of the Lowen Estate Kalangadoo 1927 Application 27546

BESWICK, Roden James railway employee Pt Lincoln 1928 Application 27715

No 1

BESWICK, Thomas of Mil Lel near Mt Gambier 1852 Memorial 80/42

BESWICK, Thomas and John Beswick stockholders Mt Gambier 1854 Memorial 446/77

BETHELL, Frederick brewer Brisbane Qld and Eleanor Bethell his wife formerly Eleanor GWYNNE a daughter of the late EC Gwynne formerly SA Supreme Court Judge The Glynde now deceased 1894 Memorial 70/421

BETHUNE, A storekeeper Chain of Ponds 1880[-1887] Memorial 168/327

No 1

BETHUNE, Alexander labourer Pt Pirie and Vinetta Elizabeth Jane Bethune his wife linked with Edith Adelaide Bethune widow Gumeracha 1919 Memorial 38/479

BETHUNE, Alexander labourer Pt Pirie had died by 1925. Husband of Vinetta Elizabeth Jane Bethune Memorial 193/492

BETHUNE, Edith Adelaide widow Gumeracha 1917 Memorial 194/475

BETHUNE, John and Neil farmers Penola 1868 Memorial 86/228

No 1

BETHUNE, Neil Raild labourer Penola 1879[-1889] Memorial 152/313

BETHUNE, Neil Raild labourer Penola, died 29/8/1912. Husband of Eliza Bethune. Estate worth £150 Memorial 155/479

BETHUNE, Neil Raild labourer Penola, died 29/8/1912. He left his estate to Eliza Bethune, his widow Penola. Estate worth £150 Application 26863

No 1

BETHUNE, William butcher Gumeracha 1864 Memorial 158/199

BETHUNE, William butcher Gumeracha 1872 Application 12099

BETHUNE, William [formerly butcher Gumeracha but now] of Kalgoorlie WA 1896 Memorial 112/427

BETHUNE, William of Kalgoorlie WA gave power of attorney to Alex BETHUNE of Gumeracha to attend to his general affairs in SA 1896 Memorial 202/427

No 1

BETT, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 132/42.

BETT, Thomas farmer Hahndorf [Section 3902 Hundred of Kuipto] 1854 Memorial 282/78

BETT, Thomas Esquire Echunga 1855 Memorial 6/85

BETT, Thomas farmer Echuca on the Murray River Vic 1855 Memorial 210/113

BETT, Thomas farmer [formerly of] Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf, died c1857. He left a legacy of £200 to his sister, Mrs Henry Herbert BELL, and £50 each to his other brothers and sisters. The rest of his estate to his wife, Rebecca Bett, absolutely Memorial 49/123

BETT, Thomas farmer formerly of Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf late of Section 3543 Langhorne Bridge, died c1854, with estate in both SA and Vic. Husband of Rebecca Bett, who inherited the bulk of the estate. Brother to Mrs Henry Herbert BELL, who inherited £200, plus other brothers and sisters not named, who received £50 each. By 1858, Mrs Bett was living in Adelaide Application 22065

BETT, Rebecca widow Adelaide relict of the late Thomas Bett formerly farmer Murray River 1858 Memorial 50/135

No 1

BETTERIDGE, Henry carpenter Hindmarsh 1849[-1859] Memorial 308/17

BETTERIDGE, Henry carpenter formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Brompton 1862 Memorial 239/184

No 2

BETTERIDGE, Henry gentleman Brompton 1854 Application 11068

BETTERIDGE, H clerk to Messrs BAGOT & LABATT solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 287/149

Apparently H Betteridge lived at Brompton 1859[-1868] Memorial 288/149

BETTERIDGE, Henry clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1860 Memorial 273/167

BETTERIDGE, Henry law clerk Brompton 1855[-1863] Memorial 284/200

BETTERIDGE, Henry clerk Adelaide 1861[-1865] Memorial 172/175

BETTERIDGE, Henry law clerk Hindmarsh, declared 1861, that he had lived in Hindmarsh for 13 years. Application 2994

BETTERIDGE, Henry clerk to SJ WAY solicitor Adelaide 1862[-1863] Memorial 338/200

BETTERIDGE, H clerk to HC PALMER solicitor Adelaide 1866[-1869] Memorials 44/214 & 204/241

BETTERIDGE, Henry gentleman Brompton declared 1866 that he had lived in Brompton since 1858 He knew Thomas ALLSOP labourer Brompton, who left for the Vic gold fields in 1860, but who never returned. Allsop had appointed William DEARMAN of Adelaide as his local attorney Application 7895

BETTERIDGE, Henry law clerk formerly of Adelaide 1861 but now of Brompton 1869 Application 10312

BETTERIDGE, John B clerk to Mr SABBEN solicitor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 308/118

BETTERIDGE, Marion Henrietta spinster Brompton 1873[-1874] Memorials 214 & 220/275

No 1

BETTERIDGE, Rupert chemist Clare 1857[-1872] Memorial 184/125

BETTERIDGE, Rupert chemist and druggist Clare 1870 Memorial 17/250

BETTERIDGE, Rupert chemist Clare Co Stanley. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 451 County Victoria

BETTERIDGE, Rupert storekeeper Clare 1874 Memorial 167/276

BETTERIDGE, Rupert chemist and druggist Laura 1875[-1882] Memorial 141/285

BETTERIDGE, Rupert storekeeper Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 147 County Victoria

BETTERIDGE, Rupert chemist Pt Augusta 1883 Application 19937

BETTERMANN, Heinrich of SA purchased land at Greenock Creek 1857 Memorial 306/121

No 1

BETTESS, Ernest William farm labourer Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 399 County Daly

BETTESS, Ernest William commission agent Bute trustee Institute Bute 1929 Grant Book 14 Page 401 County Daly

BETTESS, James farmer Bute 1901 Memorial 183/442

BETTISON, Thomas Henry labourer near Moonta 1885 Memorial 141/367

No 1

BETTS, Benjamin labourer Norwood 1852[-1855] Memorial 265/45

BETTS, Benjamin farmer Norwood 1858 Memorial 325/136

No 2

BETTS, Benjamin bootmaker Gawler 1878 Application 16774

BETTS, B of Gawler 1882 Memorial 96/344

BETTS, Benjamin bootmaker Gawler 1889 Memorial 45/400

BETTS, Benjamin shoemaker Gawler, died 25/7/1891. He left his entire estate to Sarah Ann NORMAN of Gawler formerly Sarah Ann Betts Memorial 46/419

BETTS, Benjamin shoemaker Gawler, died 25/7/1891. His widow, Sarah Ann Betts, had remarried to a Mr NORMAN and had become a widow again by 1895. Linked with George John Norman compositor Ifould St, Adelaide Memorial 162/423

BETTS, Sarah Ann widow Kent Town 1902 Application 24343

BETTS, Charles Gregory Diederich formerly of Calcutta but presently residing in Sydney NSW 1851 Memorial 344/102

No 1

BETTS, George Henry baker Aberdeen near Kooringa 1934 Memorial 187/507

BETTS, George Henry baker Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) 1941 Memorial 1/516

BETTS, HD law clerk Adelaide 1903 Memorial 85/449

BETTS, James farmer Hundred of Talunga 1857 Memorial 12/130

No 1

BETTS, William Henry gentleman Kooringa 1851 Memorial 222/38

No 2

BETTS, William Henry licensed victualler Streaky Bay. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1886[-1891] Grant Book 66 Page 188 County Robinson

BETTS, William Henry licensed victualler Flinders. Trustee Institute Flinders Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 66 Page 188 County Robinson

No 3

BETTS, William Henry merchant Adelaide about to depart for Esperance WA 1897 Memorial 178/432

No 1

BETTY, Charles waterman Portland Estate 1870 Memorial 115/249

BETTY, Charles waterman Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 14/259

BETTY, Charles formerly waterman 1870 but now carter Portland Estate 1873 Application 13062

BEVAN, Alexander painter Gawler 1856[-1860] Memorial 44/112

No 1

BEVAN, Alfred out of business Ayers St, Kooring. His wife, Margaret Ellen Bevan, died 16/4/1934 Memorial 180/507

BEVAN, Alfred pensioner Ayers St, Burra, died 13/8/1948 Burra Hospital. Father of Robert Alexander Bevan formerly bus proprietor but now storekeeper Kangaroo St, Burra. Grandfather of Alfred Bryan Bevan and Robert Raymond Bevan. Other children and grandchildren mentioned but not named Memorial 85/523

BEVAN, Alfred drover Kooringa 1940[-1942] Memorial 144/514

BEVAN, D the Younger merchant's clerk Adelaide 1896 Memorial 184/427s

No 1

BEVAN, George of Kooringa 1850[-1853] Memorial 327/29

BEVAN, George accountant Kooringa 1857 Memorial 69/119

No 1

BEVAN, James carter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 485/73

BEVAN, James carter Beverley township Port Road 1856 Memorial 138/108

BEVAN, James of Beverley and Anne Bevan his wife 1860 Memorial 344/165

BEVAN, James died 18/11/1885 Adelaide. His wife, Ann Bevan, died 3/12/1885 Portland Estate. Their 2nd son, Thomas Watson Bevan (called James Watson Bevan by mistake in the land records) carpenter formerly of Adelaide (Sturt St), died 1864 Burra a bachelor and intestate. Surviving children of James and Ann Bevan in 1886 included - Mary Ann GLENN wife of Robert Glenn master mariner Queenstown, William Bevan shunter Portland Estate and John Bevan labourer Pt Adelaide Memorial 133/378

BEVAN, James died 18/11/1885 Adelaide. His wife, Ann Bevan, died 3/12/1885 Portland Estate. Their children - William Bevan, shunter Portland Estate, died 3/2/1904, John Bevan formerly labourer Pt Adelaide but now miner Marble Bar WA 1904, Mary Ann GLENN nee Bevan wife of Robert Glenn master mariner Queenstown, died 28/8/1903, and Thomas Watson Bevan carpenter Sturt St, Adelaide who had died 1884 the Burra intestate and a bachelor Application 24714

BEVAN, Mrs widow Portland Estate 1879 Application 17623

No 1

BEVAN, John farmer Echunga Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 362 County Hindmarsh

No 2

BEVAN, John labourer Portland Estate 1886 Application 20919

BEVAN, John William farmer Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 7/53

BEVAN, Richard Henry saddler Riverton Co Light. Owen township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 27 Page 444 County Gawler

No 1

BEVAN, Robert Esquire Rougham, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England, power of attorney to Anthony FORSTER Esquire Dalston, Middlesex, England, about to proceed to SA, power of attorney to manage his SA business affairs 22/12/1845 Deposit 68/OA

No 2

BEVAN, Robert insurance company clerk 12 Woodfield Crescent, St Mary Paddington, Middlesex, England, died 6/6/1875, of epilepsy, aged 48 Application 15751

BEVAN, Robert Alexander formerly bus proprietor Kangaroo St, Burra but now storekeeper Market Square, Burra 1951 linked with Alfred Bryan Bevan of Burra a minor born 20/4/1933 Memorial 116/526

BEVAN, William labourer Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 43/286

BEVERIDGE, Ebenezer Greg farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 162 County MacDonnell

No 1

BEVILAQUA, Franz Max Heinrich storekeeper Blumberg 1867[-1868] Memorials 125/225 & 112/232

BEVILAQUA, Franz farmer Rivoli Bay 1872 Memorial 190/260

BEVILAQUA, F agent Rivoli Bay 1875 Memorial 77/282

BEVILAQUA, Franz Max Heinrich of Rivoli Bay 1875 Application 14689

BEVILAQUA, Franz shipping agent Beachport Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 294 County Grey

BEVILAQUA, Franz Max Heinrich produce merchant Adelaide 1883[-1885] Memorial 114/349

BEVILAQUA, Franz Max Heinrich agent Fullarton 1887 Memorial 179/388

BEVILAQUA, Franz Max Heinrich merchant Pt Adelaide 1888 Memorial 183/392

BEVILAQUA, Franz Max Heinrich vigneron Fullarton 1888 Memorial 15/399

No 1

BEVILAQUA, Friedrich Ludwig storekeeper Lyndoch Valley 1857[-1867] Memorial 300/114

BEVILAQUA, Friedrich Ludwig storekeeper Lyndoch Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 289 County Grey

No 1

BEVILAQUA, Harry Gustav chemist Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 97 County Chandos

BEVILAQUA, Harry Gustav chemist Narracoorte 1916 Application 26489

BEVILAQUA, Heinrich Gustav chemist Prospect changed his name to Harry George Bevilaqua 1920, Born 17/3/1879 Lyndoch, to Friedrich Ludwig Bevilaqua and Bethia Bevilaqua nee GOWER Memorial 15/481

BEVILAQUA, HG of Prospect 1923 Application 27185

BEVILAQUA, HW bank clerk Maitland 1890 Memorial 38/404

BEVIS, John farmer Edwardstown 1846[-1849] Memorial 64/269

No 1

BEWERT, John Andrew of Section 221 Hundred of Neales 1885[-1892] Memorial 146/366

BEWERT, Johann Andreas no description had died by 1893 intestate. Johanna Luise Bewert widow Eudunda administered the estate Grant Book 17 Page 201 County Eyre

BEWLEY, Thomas labourer formerly of Hampton 1863 now of Kooringa 1871 Application 11714

No 1

BEWS, David cooper Pt Adelaide 1854 Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 333/74

BEWS, David formerly cooper Pt Adelaide but now farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1864 Application 4810

BEWS, David cooper Pt Pirie West, died 8/4/1881. His widow, Cecilia Darling Bews, lived at Wallaroo by 1898. Apparently a sister of David Darling TAYLOR printer Wallaroo. A Margaret Slater WALMSLEY linked withe the administration of the estate Memorial 58/436

No 1 - the Elder

BEWS, John blacksmith Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Goolwa land purchase Memorial 352/82

BEWS, John blacksmith Pt Elliot 1856[-1870] Memorial 134/98

BEWS, John blacksmith Hindmarsh Valley 1859[-1865] Memorial 267/182

No 2 - the Younger

BEWS, John the Younger farmer Baroota trustee unnamed Chapel and School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

BEWS, John the Younger farmer Baroota trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Baroota land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

No 3

BEWS, John carter Adelaide 1862 Application 3460

BEWS, Peter farmer Pt Elliot 1864 Application 5452

BEWICKE, Arthur medical practitioner Melrose 1866 Memorial 195/215

No 1

BEYER, August storekeeper Adelaide (Freeman St) 1849[-1854] Memorial 396/16

BEYER, August general dealer Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 166/20 Grocer late 1850[-1852] Memorial 8/28

BEYER, August storekeeper Adelaide and Anna Margarethe Beyer his wife 1854 Memorial 430/75

BEYER, August merchant Adelaide 1855 Memorial 190/90

BEYER, August formerly storekeeper Adelaide (Freeman St) but now licensed victualler Bridgewater Hotel Cox Creek 1858 Memorial 131/144

BEYER, August the Elder innkeeper near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

No 1

BEYER, August Heinrich agent Adelaide linked with Anna Margarethe Beyer widow Adelaide 1859 Memorial 167/151

BEYER, August Heinrich grocer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1861 Memorial 336/174

BEYER, August Heinrich grocer Adelaide 1866 Application 7128

BEYER, August Heinrich gentleman Adelaide Secretary to the Albion Lodge 1869 Application 10384

BEYER, August Heinrich agent Adelaide 1874 Application 13921

BEYER, August Heinrich accountant Adelaide 1874[-1898] Memorial 191/278

BEYER, August Heinrich correspondence secretary SA Oddfellows Lodge Manchester Unity Friendly Society 1877 Application 15690

BEYER, August Heinrich accountant formerly of Adelaide but then of Glenelg, died 24/11/1908. Husband of Lavinia Laura Adelaide Beyer Memorial 142/460

BEYER, August Heinrich accountant Adelaide 1892. Secretary to the Albion Oddfellow's Lodge of SA Application 26069

BEYER, August Henry agent Adelaide 1905 Application 24909

No 1

BEYER, David farmer Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 447/17

BEYER, David farmer Noarlunga 1858 Memorial 88/136

BEYER, David farmer Baroota 1894[-1896] Memorial 151/421

BEYER, David farmer Noarlunga 1859 Application 270

BEYER, David formerly carpenter Morphett Vale 1853 but now farmer Noarlunga 1870 Application 10525

BEYER, David farmer formerly of Morphett Vale 1852 but now of Noarlunga 1877 Application 16044

BEYER, David farmer Willunga 1884 Application 20375

No 1

BEYER, Ernest Henry architect Adelaide 1886 Memorial 174/375

BAYER, Ernest H architect Adelaide (Pirie Chambers Pirie St) drew up plans for the proposed rebuilding of Eagle Tavern & shops Adelaide (pt TAs 48, 49) for the SA Brewing Co Ltd 1903 Deposit 38/1903

BEYER, Friedrich Carl surgeon formerly of Adelaide but at present in parts beyond the seas 1859 Memorial 258/156

No 1

BEYER, F Victor clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1863[-1865] Memorial 238/192

BEYER, FV clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1861[-1876] Memorial 297/171, Application 26814

BEYER, F Victor law clerk Adelaide 1877[-1879] Memorial 182/296

BEYER, F Victor clerk to Messrs NICHOLSON & NESBIT solicitors Adelaide 1877 Memorial 88/297

BEYER, F Victor clerk to E Paris NESBIT solicitor Adelaide 1877 Memorial 40/301

BEYER, Franz Victor articled clerk Adelaide (Carrington St) 1877 Memorial 147/302

No 1

BEYER, John Thomas farmer Telowie 1892 Memorial 3/413

BEYER, John Thomas farmer Nelshaby 1892[-1896] Memorial 4/413

BEYER, Wilhelm yeoman Section 82 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1850[-1853] Memorial 215/27

No 1

BEYTHIEN, Gottfried Theodor Carl painter Adelaide (Rundle St) 1856 Memorial 228/103

BEYTHIEN, Gottfried Theodor Carl picture framer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1868 Memorial 70/228

BEZLEY, John farmer McLaren Vale 1853[-1855] Memorial 119/304

BEZOR, Samuel yeoman Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 291/112

BIACH, Alois railway employe Brighton 1953 Memorial 60/528

No 1

BIAR, Johann August farmer Frankton 1886 Memorial 143/381

BIAR, Johann August farmer Hundred of Neales 1888 Memorial 231/390

BIAR, Johann August farmer Brownlow trustee unnamed Lutheran Church 1895 Grant Book 18 Page 108 County Eyre

No 1

BIBBY, Philip Edward hotelkeeper Hampstead Hotel, Hampstead 1911 Memorial 166/465

BIBBY, Philip Edward gardener The Hermitage Houghton 1926 Memorial 18/496

BIBER, Frederick Charles Robert carpenter Kingston S-E. Kingston Institute trustee 1936 Memorial 14/510

BICE, John George machinist Pt Augusta 1891 Memorial 227/410

BICE, Samuel Sando the Elder mining agent Wallaroo Mines 1885 Memorial 149/367

BICK, John engine driver Adelaide (North Tce) took up a 5-year lease of the Terminus Hotel, Strathalbyn, at £5 a week from Friedrich Wilhelm SCHULTZ licensed victualler Strathalbyn. He also took on the Terminus Tap and Refreshment Rooms at the Strathalbyn Railway Station which the SA Government leased to FW Schultz. Mr Schultz agreed not to 'carry on the business of a licensed victualler at Strathalbyn within 10 miles thereof during the next 5 years under a penalty of £1000' 1885 Memorial 147/368

BICKEL, John miner Woodside 1902 Application 24416

BICKERS, Ebenezer a member of the North Adelaide Land and Building Investment Association 1854 Memorial 177/76

No 1

BICKERS, John master mariner at present at Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 375/22

BICKERS, John master mariner Pt Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 157/40

BICKERS, John master mariner at present residing in Scotland 1855 Memorial 334/92

BICKERS, John master mariner Adelaide Hundred of Light land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 168 County Light

BICKERS, John late master mariner Pt Adelaide, power of attorney to Walter SMITH builder Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs and sell his real estate 1857 Application 19485

BICKERS, John master mariner Pt Adelaide 1861[-1873] Memorial 169/173, Application 2870

BICKERS, John shipowner Pt Adelaide Hundred of Goyder land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 407 County Stanley

BICKERS, John merchant Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 157/205

BICKERS, John merchant Pt Adelaide Hundred of Goyder land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 409 County Stanley

BICKERS, John shipowner Pt Adelaide Hundred of Light land grant 1866 Grant Book 44 Page 205 County Light

BICKERS, John merchant Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland Hundred of Light land grant 1866 Grant Book 44 Page 205 County Light

BICKERS, John shipowner Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 10755

BICKERS, John formerly merchant but now shipowner Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11607

BICKERS, John ship owner Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 208/284

BICKERS, John merchant Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19149

BICKERS, John Esquire Pt Adelaide 1889 Application 21614

BICKERS, John merchant Pt Adelaide Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1896 Grant Book 19 Page 440 County Fergusson

No 1

BICKERS, Tom J farmer Curramulka trustee Institute Curramulka township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 370 County Fergusson

BICKERS, Tom farmer Curramulka 1892 Memorial 44/414

BICKFORD, Alfred veterinary surgeon Adelaide (Leigh St) 1878[-1888] Memorial 38/313

BICKFORD, George Whiteway farmer North Rhine and Eliza Bickford his wife 1850[-1851] Memorial 369/27

No 1

BICKFORD, Harry and Harold merchants Adelaide. Mary Bickford of Mt Lofty also belonged to this family 1911 Memorials 51 & 52/464

BICKFORD, Harry and William Bickford merchants Adelaide 1913 Memorial 199/469

BICKFORD, Harry merchant Mt Lofty and Priscilla Bickford his wife 1920 Memorial 181/481

No 1

BICKFORD, Humphrey Harding bachelor married Sarah HEATH spinster 30/3/1848 St Andrew's Plymouth, Devon, England. They emigrated to SA. Son Humphrey Harding Pepperell Bickford born 17/3/1849 Adelaide and died 14/1/1850 Adelaide. Son John Pepperall Bickford born 21/9/1850 Adelaide. Humphrey Harding Bickford died 13/10/1864 intestate, leaving JP Bickford as his heir at law Memorial 67/256

BICKFORD, Humphrey Harding of King William St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 347/14

BICKFORD, Humphrey Harding saddler Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849[-1856] [No 20 on TA 78] Memorials 376/17, 237/317

BICKFORD, Humphrey Harding farmer Gawler River, died 30/10/1864 intestate. He had married Sarah nee ? on 30/3/1848. The unnamed eldest son and heir at law had died. The second son and new heir at law was John Pepperell Bickford, born 21/9/1850. Widowed Sarah Bickford lived in Adelaide by late 1872[-1879] Application 12302

BICKFORD, Sarah widow Gawler River 1872 Memorial 36/262

No 1

BICKFORD, James farmer Mudla Wirra 1855[-1857] Memorial 317/89

BICKFORD, James farmer Holditches 1858 Mudla Wirra District Councillor and Ashwell District School trustee Memorial 57/152

BICKFORD, James farmer Mudla Wirra perhaps linked with William Bickford PEPPERELL saddler Gawler South 1862 Memorial 349/183

BICKFORD, James farmer Five Mile Plain, died 23/11/1863. His entire estate held in trust for his children when they turned 21 - James Henry Bickford, William Stonelake Bickford, Stephen Fairweather Bickford, Sarah Ann Bickford, Elizabeth Bickford, Amy Bickford and Eulelia Bickford. Executors and trustees: Humphrey Harding Bickford saddler Adelaide and Charles JENKINS auctioneer Adelaide Memorials 110/193 & 294/193

No 2

BICKFORD, James Methodist Minister Superintendent of the Circuit Adelaide 1874 Application 13351

BICKFORD, James minister of the gospel Adelaide President SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

BICKFORD, James Wesleyan Methodist minister Adelaide President SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

BICKFORD, James minister of the gospel Pt Adelaide President SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 284 County Fergusson

BICKFORD, James Wesleyan Methodist Minister Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20193

BICKFORD, John licensed victualler North Kapunda 1849 Memorial 57/20

No 1

BICKFORD, John Pepperell of Hindley St, Adelaide, an infant under the age of 21 years 1867 Memorial 33/224

BICKFOFRD, John Pepperell saddler Adelaide (Hindley St) 1872 Memorial 38/262

BICKFORD, John Pepperell town clerk Glenelg 1906, declared that he had been town clerk for 14 years and rate collector for 5 years before that Application 25204

BICKFORD, John Pepperell Corporation of Glenelg public officer 1908, declared that he had worked for the Corporation since 1887 Application 25494

BICKFOFRD, John Pepperell licensed victualler Kapunda 1914 Memorial 104/471

No 1

BICKFORD, Stephen and Joseph Chadder farmers Floraville [near Gawler] 1856 Memorial 42/105

BICKFORD, Stephen farmer Angaston 1858 Memorial 130/140

No 1

BICKFORD, William chemist formerly of Kingsbridge, Devon, England, but now f Adelaide 1839 Application 18062

No 2

BICKFORD, William gentleman Somerton near Glenelg 1911 Memorial 123/464

No 1

BICKHOFF, Franz farmer Para Plains 1853[-1858] Memorial 345/50

BICKHOFF, Franz farmer Canowie 1877 Memorial 146/301

BICKHOFF, Franz farmer Blyth, died 25/10/1888 a widower and intestate. Estate worth £2,466. Father of Franz Theodor Bickhoff farmer near Snowtown Memorial 102/396

BICKHOFF, Franz Theodor farmer Snowtown 1912 Memorial 180/466

No 1

BICKHOFF, Michael farmer Blyth 1889[-1902] Memorial 25/397

BICKHOFF, Michael farmer Blyth 1902. Probably a relative to Franz Bickhoff farmer Para Plains 1853, who died 1888 intestate Application 24436

BICKLE, John carpenter Gilberton. Trustee Methodist Church Walkerville 1912 Memorial 137/466

BICKLE, Leonard Watkins medical practitioner Mt Barker 1890 Application 21892

No 1

BICKLE, Richard labourer North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 312/19

BICKLE, Richard lime burner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 406/60

BICKLE, Richard lime burner North Adelaide. Father of George Bickle labourer North Adelaide 1872 Memorial 117/258

BICKLE, Richard formerly lime burner but now carter North Adelaide 1876[-1892]. He could not write Application 15658, Memorial 74/416

No 1

BICKLE, Thomas Edmonds clerk to Messrs HANSON & HICKS solicitors Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 93/38

BICKLE, Thomas E clerk to Richard HICKS solicitor Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 283/56

No 1

BICKLEY, Amos farmer Tickera linked with William Bickley smelter Wallaroo 1893 Memorial 194/418

BICKLEY, Amos farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 216 County Daly

No 1

BICKLEY, John stone mason Kooringa 1850[-1853] Memorial 29/28

BICKLEY, John stonemason Wallaroo Bay. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 86 County Daly

No 2

BICKLEY, John labourer York township near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 352/32 Brewer York 1853 Memorial 305/46

BICKLEY, William Henry smelter Wallaroo 1882[-1887] Memorial 156/338

BICKMORE, William James labourer Prospect 1905, declared that he had married the widow of Henry HOUGH labourer Prospect, who had died over 45 years ago leaving no issue. Henry Hough was already in SA by 1839. The Bickmores had the following family - Emma CARNEGIE, Elizabeth EASTON, Harriett HARRISON, Caroline DAWSON,, Edward William Bickmore and Joseph Bickmore Application 25041

BICKNELL, David farmer Yurgo. Peebinga (Hundred of Peebinga) township allotment land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 241 County Chandos

BICKNELL, William blacksmith Truro 1860 Memorial 257/168

BIDCOOK, Henry Cook farmer Chain of Ponds Co Adelaide. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1868 Grant Book 44 Page 320 County Light

BIDDELL, Edward James fisherman Pt Lincoln 1904[-1927] Memorial 85/451

BIDDLE, Alpheus storekeeper Baker Gully near Clarendon 1883[-1914] Memorial 19/348

BIDDLE, George farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1888 Grant Book 37 Page 231 County Hindmarsh

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BIDDLE, James farmer Clarendon 1853[-1855] Memorial 81/56

BIDDLE, James farmer Morphett Vale 1881, died c1886. Executors; Alphaeus Biddle storekeeper Baker Gully and Henry BOUNDY farmer Brentwood Memorial 114/383

BIDDLE, Ann Maria, born 26/5/1874, youngest child of James Biddle farmer Stanford Farm Yankalilla, and Fanny nee BOUNDY. Following James Biddle’s death, the mother and daughter lived at Morphett Vale. Alpheus Biddle storekeeper Baker Gully and Henry Boundy farmer Brentwood 1891 were relatives Application 22056

BIDDLE, George farmer Torrens Vale near Yankalilla, and his wife, Emily Treasure Biddle nee LORD. Eldest child - Samuel George born 10/4/1890 Torrens Vale. A daughter, Priscilla Ann Biddle, born 20/1/1895 at Torrens Vale. Priscilla Biddle 20 spinster Torrens Vale married Ronald WILLISS 22 bachelor farmer Second Valley (Father: Benjamin Grove Williss) on 7/4/1915 at Maughan Church, Franklin St, Adelaide. Minister: Richard MARKS. Witnesses: Mildred SMITH home duties Yankalilla and A DAY tinsmith 12th St, Bowden Application 26475

No 1

BIDDLE, Robert labourer Gawler 1849 Memorial 252/14

BIDDLE, Robert teamster Gawler 1851 Memorial 448/38.

BIDDLE, Robert yeoman Gawler 1853 Memorial 401/54

BIDDLE, Robert labourer Gawler, died c1854. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Biddle Memorial 108/67

BIDDLE, Mary widow Gawler 1855[-1864] Memorial 449/92

BIDDLE, Mary widow Gawler, died January 1865 Application 25767

BIDDLE, Robert labourer Gawler, died c1854. His whole estate to his wife, Mary BIDDLE. She died c1864, and left her estate to Matilda Boyce RUDALL, wife of John Rudall solicitor Gawler, in trust for life, then after her death, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to the surviving children of her marriage with John Rudall Enrolment 24/36

BIDDLE, SW farmer Kangarilla 1914 Application 26353

BIDDLE, Victoria Ellen spinster Baker Gully 1897. Likely to be a relative of Ellen CULVER Application 23278

BIDDLE/BIDDELL, William labourer Glenelg 1855 Memorial 342/84

BIDDLE, William Octavius farmer Yankalilla 1939 Application 28207

No 1

BIDDLES, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 18/21

BIDDLES, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 497/39.

BIDDLES, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 258/45 Gentleman Littlehampton late 1852 Memorial 261/45

BIDDLES, Thomas gentleman Tara Mt Barker [Littlehampton] 1853[-1854] Memorial 153/62

BIDDLES, Thomas gentleman East Hampton Mt Barker District 1856 Memorial 17/105

BIDDLES, Thomas licensed victualler Littlehampton 1858 Memorial 225/155

BIDDLES, Thomas farmer Tara Mt Barker [Little Hampton] 1854 Memorial 254/162

BIDDLES, Thomas gentleman Littlehampton 1860 Application 1153

BIDDLES, Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Maryborough Qld 1868 Memorial 40/237

No 1

BIDGOOD, Henry farmer Lochiel. Hundred of Cameron land grants 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 444 County Daly

BIDGOOD, Henry farmer Lochiel linked with James Rogers Bidgood farmer and stockholder Lochiel 1902 Memorial 63/447

BIDGOOD, Henry Clark gentleman Kapunda 1877 Memorial 174/298

No 1 - probably the same person; perhaps Elder and Younger?

BIDGOOD, Henry Cook farmer Walkerville 1850 Hundred of Para Wirra land grant Memorial 40/75

Farmer Chain of Ponds 1854[-1855] Memorial 41/75

BIDGOOD, Henry Cook farmer Saddleworth 1861 Application 2064

BIDGOOD, Henry Cook farmer Rogerston Farm near Saddleworth 1865 Memorial 101/206

BIDGOOD, Henry Cook gentleman Rose Villa Cottage near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 13/206

BIDGOOD, Henry Cook farmer Rose Villa near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Cameron land grants 1869[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 433 County Daly

BIDGOOD, Henry Cook farmer Rose Villa near Kapunda 1878 Memorial 141/307

BIDGOOD, Henry Cook farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1885 Memorial 244/369

No 1

BIDGOOD, James farmer Springbank near Saddleworth 1865 Application 6312

BIDGOOD, James Rogers farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Cameron land grants 1869[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 433 County Daly

BIDGOOD, James Rogers farmer Lochiel. Hundred of Cameron land grants 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 440 County Daly

BIDGOOD, James Rogers farmer Lochiel near Snowtown 1899 Memorial 162/437

BIDGOOD, James Rogers farmer Lochiel, died 23/2/1933 Grant Book 15 Page 40 County Daly

BIDGOOD, Richard farmer Salt Lake The Hummocks. Hundred of Cameron land grants 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 437 County Daly

BIDGWAY, Henry of Balaklava 1883 Application 19647

No 1

BIDGWAY, James mason Angaston 1853 Memorial 143/62

BIDGWAY, James builder Angaston 1855[-1860] Memorial 208/82

BIDGWAY, James builder Angaston 1856. He owned the building in Penrice (Lots 56 & 57) which he leased to Charles YOUNG licensed victualler Sheaoak Log for 7 years. The new Penrice Hotel to be known as Young's Hotel Memorial 280/99

No 1

BIDGWAY, William farmer Angaston 1852 Memorial 57/43.

BIDGWAY, William [formerly farmer Angaston but now] mason New St, Great Torrington, Devon, England, linked with James Bidgway gentleman Angaston 1858 Memorial 261/159

No 1 - perhaps a continutation of No 1

BIDGWAY, William farmer Balaklava, linked with James Bidgway builder Angaston 1882 Application 19016

BIDGWAY, WH groom Clare 1910 Application 25809

No 1

BIDSTRUP, Niels cabinetmaker Adelaide (TA 51 Hindley St) 1848 Memorial 394/11

BIDSTRUP, Niels cabinetmaker Adelaide at present in Melbourne Vic 1852 Memorial 346/45

BIDSTRUP, Niels cabinetmaker Broadford Vic 1864 Memorial 183/196

BIEBRACH, Andreas farmer Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 309/97

BIELE, Wilhelm Hermann dairyfarmer Kapunda 1941[-1943] Memorial 78/515

No 1

BIELEFELDT, Carl Christoph Ludwig cabinetmaker Norwood 1851[-1859] Memorial 237/38.

BIELEFELDT, Anna Maria Margarethe widow Adelaide relict of the late Carl Bielefeldt formerly of Adelaide but now deceased 1882 Memorial 60/342

No 1

BIELING, C clerk Eudunda 1884 Memorial 174/360

BIELING, C clerk Angaston 1886 Memorial 137/373

BIELING, C clerk to the District Council of Neales 1890 Memorial 72/401

No 1

BIERWIRTH, Arthur Albert labourer Pt Elliot 1947 Memorial 4/522

BIERWIRTH, Arthur Albert labourer Waterport Rd, Pt Elliot 1952 Application 28787

BIERWIRTH, Friedrich Otto wood carter Athelstone 1876[-1879] Memorial 90/290

BIETZ, Wilhelm Johannes Carl out of business Tanunda, aged 65 in 1934 Application 27910

BIGG, Edmund yeoman Navan 1868 Memorial 248/235

No 1

BIGG, Edward yeoman Lower Mitcham 1855 Memorial 17/81

BIGG, Edward farmer formerly of Lower Mitcham but now of Riverton 1860 Memorial 176/162

BIGG, Edward yeoman Navan 1865[-1872] Memorial 287/202

BIGG, Agnes widow Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 224 County Gawler

No 2

BIGG, Edward farmer Willunga 1898 Application 23620.

BIGG, Edward gentleman Willunga 1929 Application 27776

BIGG, Henry brickmaker Nelson St, Stepney 1885 Application 20627

No 1

BIGG, John farmer Terowie Co Kimberley. Yarcowie (Hundred of Whyte) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 463 County Victoria

BIGG, John farmer near Yarcowie trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Kimberley

BIGG, John, died 7/9/1875 Yarcowie Memorial 88/286

BIGG, J grocer Lancelot 1886 Memorial 35/376

BIGG, Richard farmer Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1918 Grant Book 2 Page 104 County Adelaide

No 1

BIGG, Samuel draper Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Willunga land grant Memorial 204/85

BIGG, Samuel formerly draper Adelaide but now of Loud Hill near Willunga 1861 Memorial 280/172

BIGG, Samuel farmer formerly of Myponga 1866 but now of Willunga 1869 Application 9950

BIGGIN, Ada widow Adelaide took out an assigned lease of the Somerset Hotel on Pt TA 229 in Pulteney St, Adelaide 1903 Memorial 211/447

BIGGIN, Richard farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1856[-1858] Memorial 68/101

No 1

BIGGINS, Charles farmer Riverton 1880 Memorial 102/321

BIGGINS, Charles publican Riverton 1880 Memorial 156/328

BIGGINS, Charles farmer Riverton 1878 Application 16694.

BIGGINS, Charles licensed victualler [formerly of Riverton but now of] Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 59/364

BIGGINS, Charles publican formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Glenelg 1886 Application 21046

No 1

BIGGS, Caleb farmer Tusmore Farm Tusmore 1852[-1858] Memorial 110/43

BIGGS, Caleb sawyer Company's Tiers 1856[-1860] Memorial 63/105

BIGGS, Caleb sawyer New Tiers linked with John Thomas Biggs labourer Tusmore 1874 Memorial 90/276

BIGGS, Caleb sawyer New Tiers 1878 Application 16911.

BIGGS, Caleb farmer formerly of Tusmore Farm Tusmore, but now of Forest Range near Norton Summit 1880 Application 18313

BIGGS, Caleb formerly sawyer but now publican Norton Summit 1885 Application 20438

BIGGS, Christopher sawyer Marryatville 1850[-1860] Memorial 238/27

BIGGS, Colonel of Edwardstown 1881 Application 18749

No 1

BIGGS, Edward sawyer New Tiers 1850 Memorial 239/27

BIGGS, Edward formerly wood carter the Tiers near Crafers 1860 but now labourer Adelaide 1877 Application 15703

No 2

BIGGS, Edward brickmaker Brompton 1851 Application 9357

BIGGS, Edward labourer Bowden 1852[-1875] Memorial 336/44

BIGGS, Edward brickmaker Bowden 1853[-1861] Memorial 139/58

BIGGS, Edward brickmaker Brompton 1851[-1875] Memorial 82/282

BIGGS, Edward brickmaker formerly of Brompton 1851 but now of Bowden 1868 Application 9357

BIGGS, Edward formerly brickmaker Brompton 1851 but now labourer Goodwood 1878 Application 16815

No 3

BIGGS, Edward farmer McLaren Vale 1905 Memorial 107/453

BIGGS, Edward farmer McLaren Vale 1906, declared that he was a brother to Christopher Biggs sawyer Marryatville, who died November 1851 intestate and a bachelor. They were in SA by 1850. Their father, Thomas Biggs of Cublington, Bucks, England, inherited his son's land as heir at law Application 25130

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BIGGS, Edward the Elder labourer Hoxton St 1908, Goodwood, died c1913. Father of Edward Biggs the Younger drayman Arthur St, Unley, Amy HOLDER wife of George Holder, William Daniel Biggs newsagent 45 Park St, Hyde Park, George Stephen Biggs, and Frederick Ernest Biggs. Grandfather of Juliet Ann JOHNSON and Doris Elizabeth Ashman Drew CLARKE Memorial 143/489

BIGGS, Edward drayman formerly of Arthur St, Unley now of Goodwood Park 1916, declared that he was the last surviving executor for the late Edward Biggs gentleman Goodwood Park (no death date). Another relative appeared to be William Daniel Biggs news agent Park St, Hyde Park, who died 13/7/1915, of double pneumonia, aged 47. Born at Bowden. Married at 32. 3 sons and 3 daughters living 1916 Application 26541

BIGGS, Elizabeth spinster North Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 426/12

BIGGS, Henry baker Adelaide 1846 Memorial 304/7

No 1

BIGGS, James cordwainer Alberton 1853[-1854] {Linked with John Biggs gentleman Alberton] Memorials 411/46, 245/47

No 2

BIGGS, James grazier Willunga 1896 Application 23149

No 1

BIGGS, James Hesketh Esquire South Road near Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 210/45

Late Captain in HM 49th Regiment of Foot but now of Edwardstown 1852 Memorial 353/69

BIGGS, James Hesketh Esquire Edwardstown 1853 Memorial 111/47

BIGGS, James Hesketh Esquire Edwardstown late Captain in the 49th Regiment 1860 Application 1232

BIGGS, James Hesketh formerly Captain in the Army but now Esquire Edwardstown 1862[-1865] Memorial 118/184

BIGGS, James Hesketh Esquire Edwardstown formerly Captain in HM 49th Regiment of Foot 1863 Memorial 153/187

No 1

BIGGS, John labourer Alberton 1849 Memorial 411/46

BIGGS, John gentleman Alberton linked with James Biggs cordwainer Alberton 1853 Memorial 411/46

BIGGS, John farmer Alberton 1854 Memorial 13/70

BIGGS, John farmer Section 417 near Alberton 1853[-1855] Memorial 169/53

BIGGS, John gentleman Alberton 1855[-1859] Memorial 106/88

No 2

BIGGS, John carter Crafers 1859 Application 852

BIGGS, John Thomas labourer formerly of Tusmore Rd 1874 but now of Forest Range near Norton Summit 1878 Application 16911

BIGGS, Samuel Henry baker Adelaide 1846 Memorial 305/7

No 1

BIGGS, Stephen yeoman Brompton 1854 Memorial 368/67

BIGGS, Stephen brickmaker Bowden 1861 Application 2201

No 1

BIGGS, William farmer Tusmore Farm Tusmore 1852[-1857] Memorial 109/43

No 2

BIGGS, William brickmaker Bowden 1852 Memorial 345/47

BIGGS, William and Edwin brickmakers Bowden 1853 Memorial 341/48

BIGGS, William labourer Bowden 1855[-1862] Memorial 247/81

BIGGS, William brickmaker Bowden 1861 Memorial 233/177

BIGGS, William carrier Bowden 1865[-1872] Memorial 252/202

BIGGS, William carter Bowden 1884 Application 20107

BIGGS, William farmer Bowden 1895 Application 22987

BIGGS, William retired farmer Gibson St, Bowden 1913. Aged 76 and a resident in the neighbourhood for 50 years Application 26216

No 3

BIGGS, William labourer Prospect 1871 Memorial 166/256

No 4

BIGGS, William farmer Cunningham Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 287 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BIGGS, William Henry splitter Forest Range 1880 Application 18313

BIGGS, William Henry licensed victualler Adelaide purchased the assigned lease for the Launceston Hotel Waymouth St, Adelaide, for £300 from Helena MARTIN 1882[-1884] Memorial 120/343

No 1

BIGHAM, John farmer Hundred of Kongorong Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1874 Grant Book 31 Page 42 County Grey

BIGHAM, John of Mt Gambier Hundred of Benara land grant 1881 Grant Book 30 Page 289 County Grey

No 2

BIGHAM, John retired farmer Mt Gambier, aged 74 in 1947, declared that he had always lived in the area Application 28490

No 1

BIGHAM, Richard farmer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 345 County Gawler

BIGHAM, Richard farmer near Dublin and Emily Bigham his wife 1901 Memorial 108/442

BIGLANDS, James labourer Pt Lincoln 1850 Memorial 257/20

No 1

BIGLANDS, John storeman Le Fevre Peninsula 1867 Memorial 154/224

BIGLANDS, John contractor Le Fevre Peninsula 1874[-1877] Memorial 48/277

BIGMORE, James butcher Littlehampton 1877 Application 16360

BIGMORE, John railway packer Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 7 Page 97 County Buckingham

BIGNALL, Amos and Job sawyers Meadows 1874 Application 13417

No 1

BIGNELL, F draper Pt Augusta 1871 Memorial 148/254

BIGNELL, Francis and Thomas YOUNG storekeepers Pt Augusta trading under the firm or style of Bignell & Young 1873 Memorial 161/271

BIGNELL, Francis and Thomas YOUNG storekeepers Pt Lincoln and Pt Augusta, trading under the firm or style of Bignall & Young 1875 Memorial 46/285

BIGNELL, Francis storekeeper Pt Augusta 1876 Application 15333

BIGNELL, Francis merchant Pt Augusta 1881 Memorial 202/331

BIGNELL, Francis shipping agent Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 662 County Frome

BIGNELL, Francis agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 233/344

BIGNELL, Francis auctioneer Pt Augusta 1883 Memorial 198/351

BIGNELL, Francis merchant Adelaide 1882 Application 19423

BIGNELL, Francis auctioneer formerly of Pt Augusta but now of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 160/364

No 1

BIGNELL, James labourer St Leonards 1849[-1854] Memorial 359/18

BIGNELL, James farmer Glenelg 1854[-1860] Memorial 317/69

BIGNELL, James labourer Glenelg 1855 Memorial 342/84

BIGNELL, Joseph labourer Wolseley. Wolseley (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 86 County Buckingham

No 1

BIGNELL, Samuel wheelwright Adelaide 1848 Memorial 358/12

BIGNELL, Samuel wheelwright formerly of Adelaide but now of Kooringa 1851 Memorial 431/36.

BIGWOOD, George E bookkeeper Pichi Richi 1878 Memorial 44/310

BIGWOOD, Levi yeoman Adelaide 1844 Memorial 65/4

BILL, John ironmonger Section 301 near Adelaide 1852[-1856] Memorial 239/45

BILLIATT, John William schoolmaster Glenelg leased the Government Cottage on the corner of Adelphi and Gawler Tces Glenelg 1883[-1884] Memorial 48/352

BILLIET, Michael Charles licensed victualler Mannahill. Mannahill (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 65 Page 184 County Not named

BILLING, Adelina Tardiff widow North Adelaide 1875 Memorial 222/282

BILLING, Alfred timber merchant Mt Gambier 1873[-1877] Memorial 17/270

No 1

BILLING, Charles storekeeper Penola 1869 Memorial 50/238

BILLING, Charles storekeeper Penola, became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 99/246

BILLING, Ellen widow Salisbury 1886 Memorial 51/376

No 1

BILLING, James Brooks of Adelaide 1859 Memorial 27/161

BILLING, James Brooks of Adelaide 1866 Memorial 23/222

BILLING, James Brooks merchant Adelaide 1869 Memorial 213/240

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BILLING, John labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 22/66

BILLING, John farmer Stanley Flat 1861 Memorial 323/173

No 1

BILLING, Joseph miner Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 287/50

BILLING, Joseph farmer Munno Para 1864 Memorial 136/199

BILLING, Joseph farmer Munno Para 1883 Application 19587

BILLING, Joseph out of business formerly of Para Hills but then of Salisbury, died 4/4/1884. An annuity of 10/- a week to his wife, Ellen Billing, during her widowhood, then the entire estate to their son, John Billing farmer Little Para near Salisbury Memorial 105/357

BILLING, William tallow chandler Adelaide 1851[-1874] Memorial 103/35

BILLINGS, John William teamster Bramfield Hundred of Ward land grant 1877 Grant Book 48 Page 9 County Musgrave

BILLINGSLEY, George farmer Gumeracha 1918[-1924] Memorial 195/476

No 1

BILLINGHAM, Isaac farmer Langhorne Creek Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 98 County Hindmarsh

BILLINGHAM, Isaac farmer The Bremer Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1863 Grant Book 37 Page 101 County Hindmarsh

BILLINGHAM, Isaac farmer Bletchley near Woodchester Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1866 Grant Book 58 Page 8 County Sturt

No 1

BILLINGHAM, Joseph farm servant Willunga 1851[-1864] Memorial 275/36

No 2

BILLINGHAM, Joseph Giles Flat 1859 Application 295

No 1

BILLINGHAM, Samuel and Isaac farmers Langhorne Creek 1856 Memorial 266/106

BILLINGHAM, Samuel and Isaac farmers Langhorne Bridge 1856 Memorial 306/112

BILLINGHAM, Samuel farmer Langhorne Creek 1856 Langhorne Creek Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 331/105

BILLINGHAM, Samuel farmer Bremer River 1863 Application 3824

BILLINGHAM, Samuel farmer Bletchley, died 22/4/1887, of heart disease, aged 76 Application 24373

No 1   FIND TEST RUN FOR SAME PERSON

BILLINGHAM, William farmer Bletchley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 68 County Russell

BILLINGHAM, William farmer near Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Binnum land grant 1875[-1883] Grant Book 29 Page 142 County MacDonnell

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BILLS, Edgar builder Orroroo 1887 Memorial 219/384

BILLS, Edgar Josiah and George Isaac Bills builders Orroroo 1882 Memorial 158/342

No 1 – George Isaac Bills

BILLS, George, John and William builders Laura Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 315 County Victoria

BILLS, George Isaac builder Orroroo. Trustee Orroroo Institute 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 138 County Dalhousie

BILLS, GI undertaker Laura 1898 Application 23623

No 1

BILLS, John labourer Nairne 1850 Memorial 35/80

BILLS, John carpenter Glenelg 1851 Application 3490

BILLS, John carpenter formerly of Nairne but now of Glenelg 1855 Memorial 30/80

BILLS, John carpenter formerly of Glenelg but now of Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 454/79

BILLS, John wheelwright Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 301/117

BILLS, John wheelwright Strathalbyn 1862 Application 3148

BILLS, John formerly labourer Nairne 1850 but now carpenter Glenelg 1863 Application 3796

BILLS, John carpenter Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 56/216

BILLS, John carpenter Laura. Trustee Institute Laura. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 456 County Victoria

BILLS, John carpenter Laura, died 3/4/1886, of a week's cholera, aged 64 Application 23970

No 1

BILLS, LM solicitor Gawler 1947 Memorial 58/522

BILLS, Lawrence McAusland solicitor Gawler 1949[-1950] Application 28649

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BILNEY, George labourer pt Section 240 Survey B 1852[-1853] Memorial 460/40.

BILNEY, George farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 302 County Adelaide

BILNEY, George farmer Parkside 1860 Application 1638

BILNEY, George water carrier Parkside. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1860 Grant Book 1 Page 301 County Adelaide

BILNEY, George farmer Kangarilla 1889 Memorial 142/396

BILNEY, George died 6/10/1896. Executors: William THREADGOLD gentleman Kangarilla and David TESTER blacksmith Kangarilla Memorial 248/430

BILNEY, George farmer Kangarilla, died c1896. Bequests to his son, Daniel Bilney, his great-grandson George Charles Bilney, his grandson Daniel William Bilney farmer Kangarilla 'the whole of my pigs and farming implements, also al my wearing apparel, my gun and sofa', to his daughter Mary DIX wife of Edward Dix of Clarendon, granddaughter Sara TESTER wife of John Tester of Clarendon, great-grandchilden Elizabeth Ann Bilney, George Charles Bilney, Sarah Jane Bilney, Arthur Daniel Bilney, Annie Maria Bilney, Richard Leslie Bilney Application 24813

BILNEY, Henry blacksmith Kalangadoo Kalangadoo East (Hundred of Grey) allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 354 County Grey

No 1

BILNEY, Mark farmer Athelstone 1853[-1872] Memorial 27/50

BILNEY, Mark farmer Athelstone and Mary Anne Bilney his wife 1881 Memorial 37/330, Application 18439

BILNEY, Mark farmer Athelstone and Mary Ann Bilney his wife. He could not write 1891 Application 21985

BILNEY, Mark gardener Athelstone 1893 Application 22543

BILNEY, Mary Ann gardener Athelstone 1896 Application 23261

BILSBORROW,Annie Louisa spinster Glanville 1913 Application 26248

BILSBOROW, John servant to the Hon John MORPHETT of Cummins near Adelaide 1859 Memorial 204/323

BILSBOROUGH, John Parkinson boundary rider Fowlers Bay 1887 Memorial 123/460

No 1

BILTON, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 288/24

BILTON, Charles gentleman [formerly of George St, Adelaide but now of] Norwood 1851[-1854] Memorial 215/72

No 1

BINDER, Johann Carl August farmer Tanunda 1855[-1857] Memorial 218/92

BINDER, August farmer Bethanien 1857[-1859] Memorial 338/114

BINDER, Johann Carl August farmer formerly of Bethanien but now of the Hundred of Moorooroo 1861 Memorial 13/179

BINDER, JC August farmer Gnadenberg 1864 Memorial 102/200

BINDER, Johann Carl August formerly of Long Hill Julia Creek 1868 Memorial 7/228

BINDER, August farmer Eudunda 1882 Memorial 225/345

BINDER, August farmer Hundred of English 1883[-1885] Memorial 216/352

BINDER, Friedrich Gottlieb farmer Australia Plain 1897 Memorial 230/432

BINDER, Oscar and Tasman and Alexander COSSEY manufacturers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of The Adelaide Cake Company 1915 Memorial 113/473

BING, William gardener Innamincka Out of Hundreds. Hopetoun (later Innamincka Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 65 Page 205 County Not named

BINGEMANN, William Werner Esquire Christchurch Road, Streatham, Surrey, England, being away from SA, power of attorney to Daniel BATTAMS publican Black Bull Hotel, Hindley St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1866 Application 9195

BINGHAN, William farmer Currency Creek 1892 Application 22197

BINKS, Alfred of Kent Town 1889 Memorial 110/397

No 1

BINKS, George farmer Glen Osmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 25 County Adelaide

BINKS, George farmer Glen Osmond 1857 Memorial 265/118

BINKS, William wellsinker Echunga 1875 Memorial 132/282

No 1

BINKS, William Lawrence minister of the gospel North Adelaide Chairman SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 472 County Hindmarsh

BINKS, William Lawrence Wesleyan Methodist Minister Adelaide 1869 Memorial 186/242

BINKS, William Lawrence Chairman of the Wesleyan Church in SA Adelaide 1871 Application 11496

BINKS, William Lawrence the Rev'd Chairman of the Wesleyan Methodist Trust in SA Adelaide 1872 Application 12431

BINKS, William Lawrence minister of the gospel Adelaide President SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

BINKS, William Lawrence Wesleyan Methodist Minister chairman of the Southern District of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in SA Norwood 1874 Application 13351

BINNEY, Caleb miner Kapunda 1865 Memorial 213/205

No 1

BINNEY, Edward Cross and William Thomas Binney gentlemen Adelaide 1854 Memorial 435/65

BINNEY, Edward Cross and William Thomas Binney farmers Langhorne Creek 1862 Memorial 202/181

BINNEY, Edward John farmer Nairne 1907 Memorial 60/458

BINNEY, Edwin, George William, Richard Henry and TOUT, Henry trading as Binney Brothers storekeepers Hindley and Rundle Sts, Adelaide, declared insolvent 1/9/1856 Application 22644

BINNEY, G farmer Merriton 1904 Memorial 216/452

BINNEY, Henry Langhorne of Murray Bridge. Murray Bridge SM Hospital trustee 1924 Memorial 157/491

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BINNEY, James blacksmith Willunga 1844 Memorial 109/4

BINNEY, James farmer Willunga 1857 Memorial 108/118

BINNEY, James farmer Willunga, died 28/8/1858. His wife, Elizabeth Binney, died 5/1/1859. His estate to his wife, Elizabeth, during her lifetime or widowhood, then to their three sons, although the widow to have her £50 annuity for life. By 1889, William Henry Binney farmer Crystal Brook, James Binney farmer Telowie, and John Binney farmer Willunga Application 26702

BINNEY, James farmer Willunga, died c1854. His personal household estate to his wife, Elizabeth nee BOUNDARY absolutely. She also to have the income from the farm until the youngest child turned 21, then a life annuity of £50. The livestock and farm land to go into trust, to provide an income for the family until the youngest child turned 21. Then the farm and equipment to g absolutely in remainder expectant to his three sons - William Henry Binney, John Binney, James Binney, together with £100 cash each Enrolment 67/38

BINNEY, James farmer Telowie. Trustee Public School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1887 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

BINNEY, James farmer Baroota. Hundred of Baroota land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

BINNEY, James farmer Telowie 1879, linked with John Binney farmer Willunga and William Henry Binney farmer Crystal Brook. Probably family of James Binney farmer Willunga, who died 28/8/1858 and Elizabeth Binney who died 5/1/1859 Memorial 204/314

BINNEY, James Cross of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854 Memorial 468/65

No 1

BINNEY, John farmer Willunga 1869[-1917] Memorial 188/240

BINNEY, John retired farmer Willunga 1918, declared that he had lived in the area for 74 years Application 26654

BINNEY, Richard carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 166/21

BINNEY, William farmer Willunga 1862[-1873] Memorial 267/184

No 1

BINNEY, William Henry farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Crystal Brook. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 433 County Victoria

BINNEY, William Henry farmer Willunga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1888 Grant Book 60 Page 327 County Victoria

BINNEY, William Henry farmer Merriton Co Victoria. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 273 County Daly

BINNEY, William Henry farmer Crystal Brook 1908 Memorial 29/459

No 1

BINNEY, William Thomas and Edward Cross Binney gentlemen formerly of Adelaide but now of Section 3554 near Langhorne Bridge 1856 Memorial 198/110

BINNEY, William Thomas farmer Langhorne Creek 1878[-1881] Memorial 119/307

BINNEY, William Thomas farmer Langhorne Creek, died 9/6/1903. His widow, Charlotte Binney, died 11/7/1919. Family as in 1924 - Henry Langhorne Binney storekeeper Murray Bridge; Hilda Amelia Binney spinster Strathalbyn; and Susanna Matilda Dunkin Binney spinster Gilberton Memorial 49/490

BINNEY, William Thomas farmer Langhorne Bridge 1901, stated that he had bought out his brother, Edward Cross Binney, in their business partnership c1858. EC Binney had then gone to Queensland, but no further correspondence after c1876. 'A bushman informed me of the said EC Binney's death, stating that he was found on a run in an exhausted condition, taken to the Manager's house, and died, receiving Christian burial, also that a doctor attended him before his death, but the whereabouts of the station is not in my possession. I know deceased was unmarried as over 30 years ago, when the said EC Binney was in this state, he had to call in the late Dr Blue to see him and the doctor pronounced him incurably syphilitic and as at that time he was unmarried, I am confident he could not have contracted marriage afterwards' Application 24173

BINNEY, Charlotte widow formerly of Langhorne Creek but then of Strathalbyn, died 11/7/1919. Mother of Henry Langhorne Binney orchardist Murray Bridge, Susannah Matilda Dunkin Binney, Hilda Amelia Binney and Mary Ellen Binney spinsters Strathalbyn Memorial 1/479

No 1

BINNIE, James clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 120/332

BINNIE, James, Melville Fyffe and Robert gentlemen Adelaide linked with the late John Binnie no description 1888 Memorials 186-188/393

No 1

BINNIE, John sheepfarmer Tatiara. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1859 Grant Book 66 Page 100 County Buckingham

BINNIE, John sheepfarmer Tatiara S-E 1868 Memorial 73/235

BINNIE, John sheep farmer Wirrega Station Tatiara and Jessie Binnie his wife 1868 Memorial 49/245

No 1 - probably the same person

BINNIE, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1895 Memorial 200/424

BINNIE, Robert licensed victualler Kensington sold land on Le Fevre Peninsula for the use of the Adelaide Steam Tug Co Ltd with its registered office at the mail station Semaphore 1896 Memorial 128/428

BINNS, Nimrod carpenter Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 459/32

BIRBECK, Lionel George assistant manager of Elder's Trustee & Executor Co Ltd, whose offices were formerly at 35 Currie St now 37-39 Currrie St, Adelaide 1961 Application 29372

BIRBECK, RG company officer Adelaide 1942 Memorial 6/518

BIRCH, Daniel publican Lake Hotel, Milang 1899 Memorial 81/438

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BIRCH, David of Willunga 1855 Memorial 163/80

BIRCH, David cordwainer Yankalilla 1873 Memorial 235/286

BIRCH, George plasterer Gawler 1876 Application 15488

BIRCH, HM clerk Adelaide 1906 Memorial 19/456

BIRCH, John farmer Bute 1893 Memorial 52/417

No 1 - probably the same person

BIRCH, Richard labourer Bowden 1857[-1858] Memorial 153/131, Deposit 284/1858

BIRCH, Richard farmer Bowden Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 122 County Stanley

BIRCH, Richard emigrated to SA, apparenty by 1849. 2nd son of Samuel Birch the Elder probably of Derby, Co Derby, England. Richard William Birch solicitor Derby, [possibly brother to Samuel Birch the Elder], owned land in Derby and in South Australia, Western Australia and New Zealand. RW Birch died 24/6/1852. A stranger-in-blood, Miss Mary GERTRUDE and her descendants, inherited the entire Birch estate under certain conditions. She married in 1852 to Thomas John CURTIS, but no children born of the marriage. Her husband died 11/9/1864 and she never again married. Richard Birch who emigrated to SA originally meant to have a life interest under certain conditions in RW Birch's land in SA, but RW Birch changed his will to enable Miss Gertrude to inherit the property absolutely Applications 15704, 20236

BIRCH, Richard farmer Upper Wakefield 1860 Application 1931

BIRCH, Robert Edward labourer Mintaro 1930 Memorial 5/504

BIRCH, W deceased late Customs House officer Semaphore 1892 Application 22410

No 1

BIRCHALL, Albert carpenter Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1919 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

BIRCHALL, Albert carpenter Goolwa, died 12/11/1921. Husband of Nora Birchall, who died 2/10/1942. Parents of Gladys Edith Birchall spinster Goolwa and Sydney James Birchall no description Memorials 119 & 120/517

BIRCHALL, Gladys Edith spinster Goolwa 1943, a daughter of Albert (died 12/11/1921) and Nora Birchall (died 2/10/1942), declared that she had lived in Goolwa for 43 years Application 28355

BIRCHALL, Nora widow of Albert Birchall carpenter Goolwa 1927, and daughter of Bridget HAMILTON widow Goolwa, who died 22/12/1921. Her estate worth £150. Mrs Hamilton was the relict of Alexander Hamilton shipwright formerly of Pt Elliot late of Goolwa, who died 21/7/1902 Application 27608

BIRCHALL, HW proclaimed bank manager Edwardstown 1954 Memorial 18/529

BIRCHIN, James farmer Dowlingville 1886 Memorial 211/376

No 1

BIRCHMORE, Albert stockman Lockleys and Ethel Elizabeth Birchmore his wife 1911 Memorial 56/465

BIRCHMORE, Albert stockman formerly of Lockleys but now of Dry Creek and Ethel Elizabeth Birchmore his wife 1916[-1918] Memorial 115/474, Application 26725

No 1

BIRCHMORE, George labourer Seacombe 1857 Memorial 115/128

BIRCHMORE, George labourer Brighton 1862 Application 3238

BIRCHMORE, George labourer Brighton 1863 Memorial 84/194

No 1

BIRD, Alfred butcher Aldinga 1899[-1915] Memorial 31/438

BIRD, Alfred butcher Aldinga, died 9/12/1934. His widow, Sarah Ann Bird, died 13/12/1934 Memorial 128/508

BIRD, Charles mason North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 245/217

No 1

BIRD, Charles Edward gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 407/23

BIRD, Charles Edward gentleman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 73/37

BIRD, Charles L telegraph clerk Pt Pirie 1890 Memorial 35/406

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

BIRD, David storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 146/259

BIRD, David dealer Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 12/280

BIRD, David storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16245

BIRD, David storekeeper Pt Adelaide, died c1884. He left estate to his wife, Elizabeth Bird, and his son, James Bird of Phillip Island Vic Memorial 11/362

BIRD, David storekeeper Pt Adelaide, died 13/10/1884 Adelaide. Husband of Elizabeth Bird, who died 12/1/1911. Their son, James Bird, lived on Phillip Island Vic in 1879. William PLAYFAIR sailmaker Pt Adelaide finalised the Bird estates in 1937 Memorial 78/511

BIRD, David storekeeper Pt Adelaide, died 13/10/1884. His entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Bird, absolutely Enrolment 78/53

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

BIRD, David storekeeper Port Road 1901 Application 24131

No 1

BIRD, Edwin publican Adelaide 1839 Application 6314

BIRD, Edwin farmer Brighton 1847 Memorial 319/8

BIRD, Edwin settler Adelaide 1848 Memorial 467/12

Farmer Brighton 1850[-1853] Memorial 183/24

BIRD, Edwin settler Adelaide 1853 Memorial 55/58

BIRD, Edwin farmer Brighton, died 17/4/1861 Adelaide Lunatic Asylum, of disease of the brain, aged 55. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Ann Bird, for life, and then to his three children in specific bequests concerning the real estate, which was in and around Brighton. Mary Ann Bird died 30/7/1862 Brighton, of tumour, aged 49. Son James Edwin Bird, born 15/8/1848 Brighton, died 11/2/1864 Brighton, of injury of the leg, aged 15. He was a mason. Edwin Bird’s eldest daughter Catherine Harriett Bird full age married James BEAMES full age butcher Crafers, Ann Bird 20 Brighton married John EDWARDS 20 farmer Brighton (Father: Henry Edwards), at the Pirie St Wesleyan Chapel, Adelaide on 16/4/1863. The surviving children to share equally in the furniture and other articles in the family home. The girls also took an equal share of their brother’s portion of the real estate, as he had died before his mother. William Fowler BROWN gentleman Brighton had known the family well for many years Application 5229

BIRD, Ella Aetna Lemington married woman Aldinga 1921 Memorial 46/482

BIRD, George innkeeper Aldinga 1858[-1859] Memorial 47/133

BIRD, Henry Arthur commercial traveller New Parkside 1916, declared that he worked as a storekeeeper at 1st for the late George SAMSON and then other people, betweeen 1881-1901, in a shop on the corner of Unley Road and Arthur St, Unley. Between 1901-1909, he carried on the business himself. William MCGOWAN butcher Unley used the premises by 1916 Application 26554

BIRD, James farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 226 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BIRD, John of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 344/112

BIRD, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1859[-1866] Memorial 2/162

No 2

BIRD, John Senr farmer Normanville 1881 Application 18688

No 1

BIRD, Joseph butcher Yankalilla 1892 Memorial 202/414

BIRD, Joseph butcher Yankalilla 1902 Application 24377

BIRD, Joseph Alfred farmer Aldinga 1949 Memorial 136/524

BIRD, Mary widow Aldinga 1875 Memorial 149/284

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BIRD, Samuel butcher Noarlunga 1851 Memorial 373/38.

BIRD, Samuel Thompson butcher Noarlunga 1852[-1854] Memorial 248/48 Yeoman Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 493/70

BIRD, Samuel Thompson formerly butcher Noarlunga 1854 but now miner Jericho Vic 1866 Application 7497

No 1

BIRD, Thomas bricklayer Holdfast Bay 1850 Memorial 380/23

Bricklayer Glenelg 1853 Memorial 261/46

BIRD, Thomas bricklayer Gawler River 1855[-1860] Memorial 173/80

BIRD, William labourer Spring Creek Hundred of Gregory land grant 1898 Grant Book 23 Page 104 County Frome

BIRDETT, Mathew of the Little Para 1860 Memorial 346/167

No 1

BIRDSEYE, Cornelius Esquire South Road 1854 Memorial 45/62

BIRDSEYE, Cornelius Esquire South Road, near Adelaide, about to leave for England 9/2/1854, power of attorney to James ALLEN chemist Hindley St, Adelaide, to recover money which William RANDALL had borrowed from C Birdseye in 1851. Daniel GARLICK architect Uley Para Plains to act in default Deposit 148/OA.

No 1

BIRDSEYE, George Hall farmer Koolunga 1894 Memorial 197/422

BIRDSEYE, George Hall (often known as George Birdseye) farmer Hawker 1897 Memorial 88/433

BIRDSEYE, James George farmer Tothill Creek 1862[-1881] Memorial 39/182

BIRDSEYE, Perrin storekeeper Tea Tree Gully 1872 Memorial 108/257

BIRKBY, William farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 51/202

No 1

BIRKENHAGEN, Georg cabinetmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 280/31

BIRKENHAGEN, Georg cabinetmaker Adelaide, died c1861. £100 to his son, Heinrich Birkenhagen. The executor; Jacob WITTKOWSKY auctioneer Adelaide, to be the testator's son's guardian until he came of age and received his legacy with interest. Money for his maintenance as a child to come from the income of the testator's cottages. The rest of the estate to be divided equally amongst the testator's brothers and sisters all of Strasburg, West Prussia - Eva Birkenhagen, Elisabeth Birkenhagen, Christiane Birkenhagen, Heinrich Birkenhagen, and Michael Birkenhagen. The testator's wife, Maria Birkenhagen nee HELBIG, to receive nothing from the estate Memorial 290/174

No 1

BIRKIN, Ebenezer settler North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 209/29

BIRKIN, Ebenezer bootmaker North Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 2084/100

BIRKIN, Ebenezer storekeeper North Adelaide 1861[-1863] Memorial 94/179, Application 4638

BIRKIN, Ebenezer and James cordwainers North Adelaide 1862 Memorial 66/192

BIRKIN, Ebenezer bootmaker formerly of North Adelaide 1859 but now of Templers 1866 Application 7092

BIRKIN, Ebenezer bootmaker Park Tce, Eastwood, had died before 1900. Estate worth £980 Memorial 142/440

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BIRKS, AJ of Robe Guichen Bay 1860 Memorial 195/164

BIRKS, Alfred James bank clerk Adelaide 1868[-1869] Memorial 155/227, Application 8736

No 2

BIRKS, Alfred James wholesale and retail saddler Adelaide 1871[-1872] Memorial 144/257

BIRKS, Alfred Percy gentleman Kensington 1892 Memorial 211/412

BIRKS, Charles and Walter Richard, Harry TUGHAM and John TOWNSEND all trading together in co-partnership as drapers in Adelaide under the style or firm of Charles Birks & Co 1881 Memorial 81/335

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

BIRKS, George N of Kadina 1872 Memorial 2/261

BIRKS, George Napier bookseller and chemist New Glenelg and Adelaide 1882 Memorial 59/341

No 1

BIRKS, George Vause Doctor of Medicine Angaston 1854 Memorial 340/65

BIRKS, George Vause MRCS Angaston 1856 Memorial 143/100

BIRKS, George Vause surgeon formerly of Angaston, but then of Manchester, Lancs, England, made his will. Husband of Hannah Birks. Brother to Elizabeth Birks, Sarah Ann Birks, Hannah Birks and Caroline Birks 1857 Memorial 340/65

BIRKS, Hannah widow formerly of Angaston 1858 but now of Adelaide 1863 Application 4348

BIRKS, Hannah widow Adelaide 1865. Relict of the late George Vause Birks MD of Angaston Application 6298

BIRKS, John Napier formerly Baptist Minister Magill 1871 now druggist and bookseller Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 27304

BIRKS, Walter Richard draper Kent Town 1876 Memorial 22/293

BIRLEY, Hornby Esquire Norwood 1850[-1854] Memorial 247/21

BIRMINGHAM, William labourer Guichen Bay 1869 Application 9650

BIRNIE, John Esquire Kingston Farm near Noarlunga 1847[-1849] Memorial 73/10

BIRRELL, Albert Ernest clerk Harrow Road, College Park, linked with Frederick William Birrell linotype operator Melbourne St, North Adelaide 1907[-1913] Application 25331

No 1

BIRRELL, Alexander storekeeper Noarlunga 1850[-1853[ Memorial 204/20

Links with Robert Birrell baker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 79/58

BIRRELL, Alexander storekeeper The Horseshoe Noarlunga 1856[-1860] Memorial 255/106, Application 1510

BIRRELL, Alexander formerly storekeeper The Horseshoe 1856 but now gentleman Norwood 1869 Application 9904

BIRRELL, Alexander formerly storekeeper Noarlunga 1855 now gentleman Norwood 1873 Application 12769

BIRRELL, Alexander gentleman Stepney 1885 Application 20745

BIRRELL, Alexander agent Adelaide, retired from business c1903. Sidney Talbot SMITH solicitor agent formerly of Penn Chambers, now of Kensington Park 1935, took on much of A Birrell's business, especialy for absentee landlords in Britain. In turn, he delegated much of his work to WD PATON Application 27843

BIRRELL, Alexander gentleman Stepney and Harriott Maria Birrell his wife 1893 Application 22456

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BIRRELL, Andrew brewer Adelaide (Pt TA 54 Corner of Morphett and Hindley Sts) 1846 Memorial 232/6

BIRRELL, Andrew brewer Adelaide (Pt TA 72 Hindley St) had erected a row of a mixture of three shops and six houses with cellars, called Birrell's Buildings, together with a public house 'formerly called the Robert Burns but now called the Builder's Arms'. 7-year lease at £208 a year to William Robert SAYERS builder Adelaide from 1847 Memorial 455/8

BIRRELL, Andrew brewer Kooringa 1849 Memorial 254/15

BIRRELL, Andrew the Elder brewer Kooringa 1850 Memorial 268/24

BIRRELL, Andrew brewer Kooringa 1850 Grant Book 0 Page 5 County Unnamed

BIRRELL, Andrew the Younger brewer Kooringa 1850 Grant Book 0 Page 5 County Unnamed

BIRRELL, Andrew Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 49/136

BIRRELL, Frederick William linotype operator North Adelaide (Melbourne St) 1907 Memorial 155/458

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BIRRELL, George levying officer of the resident magistrate's court Adelaide 1844 Memorial 351/4

BIRRELL, George gentleman Adelaide leased the Royal Standard public house on Pt TA 118, together with 'the stable, stockyard and other erections' on Pt TA 119, to Charles FORBES publican Adelaide (Currie St) for 5 years at £117 a year from 1851 Memorial 312/31

BIRRELL, George of Norwood levying officer of the resident magistrate's court Adelaide 1852 Memorial 366/47

BIRRELL, George gentleman Kensington & Norwood 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

BIRRELL, George clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 341/133

BIRRELL, George of Norwood messenger for the Insolvency Court 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 5 County Daly

BIRRELL, George bailiff Kensington Road, Norwood 1874 Memorial 21/279

BIRRELL, George bailiff Norwood 1881 Application 18394

No 1

BIRRELL, James baker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1846 Memorial 110/7

No 2

BIRRELL, James labourer Mt Gambier 1939 Memorial 10/514

BIRRELL, James labourer Mt Gambier 1941 Application 28299

BIRRELL, John Esquire Kingston Farm near Noarlunga 1847 Memorial 73/10

No 1

BIRRELL, Robert storekeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 78/27

BIRRELL, Robert baker Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1851 Memorial 63/38.

BIRRELL, Robert baker Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1854 Memorial 107/70

BIRRELL, Robert baker Adelaide and Mary Birrell his wife formerly Mary LATTA spinster 1855[-1857] Memorial 278/91

BIRRELL, Robert formerly of Adelaide but now returned on a visit 1857 Memorial 318/134

BIRRELL, Robert baker formerly of Knightsbridge but now of Ballarat Vic and Mary Birrell his wife 1863 Memorial 322/188

BIRRELL, Robert baker formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic and Mary Birrell his wife 1867 Memorial 16/222

BIRRELL, Robert baker 53 Wellington St, Collingwood Vic. His wife, Mary Birrell, died 1/8/1868 at home. She was a trustee for the estate of the late Michael FEATHERSTONE of Brighton 1868 Memorial 151/235

BIRT, Ethel lady help Petherton 1898 Memorial 46/435

No 1

BIRT, George Howard labourer Fullarton 1856 Memorial 49/95

BIRT, George Howard and Peter Howard agriculturalists Fullarton 1856 Memorial 208/111

No 1

BIRT, Matthew clerk Hampton 1877 Memorial 39/300

BIRT, Matthew Messer accountant Kooringa 1881[-1882] Memorials 31/331 & 64/345

BIRT, MM accountant Adelaide 1890[-1893] Memorial 128/404

BIRT, Matthew Messer accountant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 246/410

BIRT, MM clerk Adelaide 1897 Memorial 163/431

BIRT, Matthew Messer accountant Kooringa Redruth Methodist Church trustee 1903 Application 27966

BIRT, Matthew Messer accountant formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1903 Memorial 147/450

No 1

BIRT, Peter Howard stockholder Fullarton 1857 Memorial 176/130

BIRT, Peter Howard overseer Stepney 1877 Memorial 27/460

BIRT, Peter Howard overseer Kercoonda 1878 Memorial 35/323

BIRT, Peter Howard station manager Kercoonda 1879 Memorial 102/314

BIRT, Peter Howard [now station manager Kercoonda] and George Howard Birt agriculturalists formerly of Fullarton 1880 Applications 18326 &18336

BIRT, Peter Howard sheep farmer Keeroongooloo, Gregory South Qld 1882 owned land near Kapunda Memorial 167/346

BIRT, Peter Howard formerly of Stepney but now overseer Cooper Creek Qld 1898 Memorial 188/436

BIRT, RJ constable Mt Barker 1913 outlined research which he had conducted about the development of the Mt Barker police station Application 28267

No 1

BIRT, Robert bootmaker Kooringa 1882 Memorial 64/345

BIRT, Robert bootmaker Kooringa Redruth Methodist Church trustee 1903 Application 27966

BIRT, Robert bootmaker formerly of Kooringa but now of North Prospect 1903 Memorial 147/450

BIRT, Robert Hocking cordial manufacturer Kooringa 1883 Memorial 193/349

No 1

BIRT, Thomas the Elder gentleman Norwood 1858 Memorial 14/141

BIRT, Thomas the Elder gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 245/260

No 1

BIRT, William carpenter Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1847 Memorial 391/9

BIRT, William carpenter formerly of Gilbert St, Adelaide but now of Hampton near Kooringa 1871 Memorial 35/254

BIRT, William carpenter Hampton near Kooringa 1865[-1887] Memorial 321/201

BIRT, William carpenter Hampton, died 24/2/1890. Father of Henry Birt, Matthew Birt and Robert Birt cordial manufacturers Kooringa Memorial 170/424

BIRT, William carpenter Hampton near Burra, died 24/2/1890 intestate and a widower. His late wife called Jane Birt. Parents of Henry Birt blacksmith formerly of Kooringa but now of Broken Hill NSW, Matthew Birt accountant formerly of Kooringa but now of North Adelaide and Robert Birt formerly cordial manufacturer Kooringa but now bootmaker Yatala township all as of 1895 Memorial 22/425

BIRT, William carpenter Hampton near Burra, died 24/2/1890 Kooringa. His £130 estate to go to his wife, Jane Birt, in trust for life, then to his three sons in equal shares in remainder expectant - Henry Birt blacksmith, Matthew Birt accountant and Robert Birt cordial manufacturer all of Kooringa 1890. Jane Birt died during William Birt's lifetime, on 26/9/1887, of cardiac disease, aged 72 Application 27856

No 1

BIRTWISTLE, Isaac stone mason Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 298/26

BIRTWISTLE, Isaac gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 347/43

BIRTWISTLE, Isaac gentleman North Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 256/44

BIRTWISTLE, Isaac gentleman Norwood 1857[-1859] Memorial 136/125

BIRTWISTLE, Isaac formerly of Norwood 1858 now contractor Adelaide 1860 Memorials 268 & 270/165

BIRTWISTLE, Isaac contractor Norwood 1871[-1876] Application 11761

BIRTWISTLE, Isaac contractor Norwood now deceased 1881 left real estate in trust for Elizabeth Rachel Birtwistle infant child of Joseph Birtwistle surveyor Parachilna Far North. Bertha Birtwistle was another infant child and sister to Elizabeth Rachel Birtwistle Memorial 73/337

No 1

BISCHOF, Charles clerk Gawler 1888 Memorial 144/395

BISCHOF, C bank manager Georgetown 1905 Memorial 200/453

BISCHOF, Charles bank official Adelaide 1925 Application 27432

No 1

BISCHOF, Diederich farmer The Sturt 1854 Memorial 153/69

BISCHOF, Diederich farmer Adelaide and Eliza Bischof his wife 1855 Memorial 246/83

BISCHOF, Diederich farmer and his wife, Eliza Bischof, formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of The Sturt 1863 Application 4646

BISCHOF, Diederich farmer Marion 1864 Memorial 231/196

BISCHOF, Eliza governess Blackford near Robe [for the BARROWMAN family?] 1870 Memorial 166/246

No 1

BISCHOF, Hermann farmer Tapley Hill 1852 Memorial 269/39

BISCHOF, Hermann farmer O'Halloran Hill 1852 Memorial 114/45

BISCHOF, Hermann farmer Gawler 1854[-1857] Memorial 81/75

BISHOP, A undertaker's assistant Mt Gambier 1905 Application 25078

BISHOP, Anthony police constable Norwood 1877 Application 16091

BISHOP, Dulcie Joyce married woman formerly of Dunrobin Road, Warradale but now of Springton 1950 Memorial 157/524

BISHOP, E typiste Clarence Park 1935 Memorial 193/508

BISHOP, Enoch sawyer Adelaide 1847[-1858] He bought 9 acres pt Section 342 Survey B Memorial 68/8

BISHOP, Charles shoemaker Mitcham 1862 Application 3464

BISHOP, Clara Jane spinster Alberton, turned 21 on 18/12/1880, daughter of John Bishop storekeeper Alberton Application 18582

BISHOP, Dulcie Joyce married woman Springton 1949 Application 28713

BISHOP, Fanny widow Goodwood 1891 Memorial 172/407

BISHOP, Flora Isabella wife of Henry Hambly Bishop cutter Unley linked with Mary Jane WARD wife of Samuel Cowper Ward sharebroker Adelaide [Were these ladies sisters?] 1899 Memorial 108/437

BISHOP, Francis Alin Chartres retired pastoral inspector Glenelg 1943 Memorial 141/517

No 1

BISHOP, George blacksmith Pt Elliot 1862 Application 3442

No 2 – perhaps the same person

BISHOP, George labourer Melrose 1865 Memorial 190/205

BISHOP, George farmer Wongyarra, had died by 1897. Executors – Henry BACON and Thomas Sydney Bishop farmers Melrose Grant Book 23 Page 54 County Frome

No 3

BISHOP, George gardener Tea Tree Gully 1884 Memorial 225/358

BISHOP, George gardener and mason Tea Tree Gully 1893. His wife, Charlotte Bishop, lived at Brompton Park Application 22486

No 4

BISHOP, George publican Railway Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1896[-1897] Memorial 193/429

No 1

BISHOP, Henry merchant Adelaide 1883[-1890] Memorial 245/347

No 2

BISHOP, Henry saddler Aldinga 1915 Memorial 59/472

BISHOP, Henry James produce merchant East Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1916 Grant Book 2 Page 103 County Adelaide

BISHOP, Horatio Nelson engineer Adelaide 1867 Application 8875

BISHOP, JA director Globe Timber Mills Ltd of Flinders St, Adelaide 1951 Memorial 17/526

No 1

BISHOP, James labourer Norwood 1851[-1854] Memorial 435/29

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BISHOP, James gardener Fourth Creek 1859 Application 534

No 3

BISHOP, James farmer Morphett Vale Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 188 County Stanley

BISHOP, James farmer Morphett Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Oladdie land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 311 County Dalhousie

BISHOP, James H station assistant Normanville 1918 Memorial 86/477

BISHOP, JJ gardener Third Creek 1890 Memorial 13/402

No 1

BISHOP, John Esquire Pt Lincoln 1842 Memorial 26/2

BISHOP, John storekeeper Pt Lincoln linked with William Bishop corn dealer Strong, Glos, England 1843 Memorial 82/3

BISHOP, John sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1856[-1861] Grant Book 21 Page 21 County Flinders

BISHOP, Captain died c1862 Pt Lincoln Application 20636

BISHOP, John stockholder Pt Lincoln, took up land in the area c1845. He died 2/7/1865. His son, Joseph Kemp Bishop stockholder Pt Lincoln, took over his father's business interests in their entirety at that point. JK Bishop was still alive in 1906 Application 25482

BISHOP, John storekeeper Pt Lincoln, died 2/7/1865. His wife, Esther Elizabeth Bishop, died 26/3/1881. Their son, John Frederick Bishop out of business Fullarton 1929, declared that he had never married. Joseph Kemp Bishop grazier Pt Lincoln was another son Application 27795

BISHOP, John storekeeper Overcourt House, Pt Lincoln, died 2/7/1865. He left his residence and certain other real estate at Pt Lincoln to his wife, Esther Elizabeth Bishop, in trust for life then to their children under various trusts and conditions. The family included (possibly some others not named) – Elizabeth Charlotte Watkins Bishop, Mary Vaill Bishop, William Daniel Watkins Bishop, Joseph Kemp Bishop stockholder Emu Bottom Pt Lincoln. Trustees – the testator’s wife and son WDW Bishop, Edward SPICER gentleman Adelaide, William Ranson MORTLOCK stockholder Pt Lincoln, and Andrew James MURRAY Government Resident Pt Lincoln. Esther Elizabeth Bishop died 26/3/1881. Joseph Kemp Bishop grazier Pt Lincoln, was still living 1929. His younger brother, John Frederick Bishop, who had never married, lived retired at Fullarton by 1929 Application 27795

BISHOP, John the Elder ship carpenter formerly of Cathay in Bristol, England, late of Pt Adelaide, and Esther Bishop, his wife. Their eldest son and heir at law, William Bishop painter late of Pt Adelaide, but now of St Kilda Vic 1868. Children of John and Esther Bishop - Eliza Bishop born 23/11/1822 died 20/8/1824; Emily Bishop born 28/6/1824; Eliza Bishop born 6/1/1826 (wife of William Appleby painter Hindley St West, Adelaide 1868); William John Bishop born 19/10/1827. Other sons born later were John Bishop the Younger and Horatio Nelson Bishop. John Bishop the Elder died c1860. Esther Bishop died c1858 Pt Adelaide Application 8875

BISHOP, Esther Elizabeth widow Overcourt House, Pt Lincoln, died 26/3/1881. Sister to Amelia KEMP. Mother of Charlotte Watkins MURRAY wife of William Murray civil engineer North Kensington, Mary Vaill Bishop, Georgiana Edith Bishop, John Frederick Bishop, and Joseph Kemp Bishop Memorial 135/413.

Mary Vaill Bishop spinster North Adelaide, died 6/4/1889 Parkside. She left her entire estate to her brother, John Frederick Bishop bookkeeper Mt Lyndhurst Station Memorial 136/413.

By 1892. John Frederick Bishop was a clerk in Adelaide. his brother, Joseph Kemp Bishop, was a stockholder in Pt Lincoln Memorial 137/413

BISHOP, Esther Elizabeth widow Overcourt House, Pt Lincoln, died 26/3/1881. Bequests to children; Charlotte Watkins Murray wife of William Murray civil engineer North Kensington; Mary Vaill Bishop spinster (she died 6/4/1889 Parkside, leaving her brother JF Bishop bookkeeper Mt Lyndurst Station and later clerk North Adelaide, as her executor); Georgiana Edith Bishop spinster; John Frederick Bishop ‘my case of sea charts and my telescope’; Joseph Kemp Bishop stockholder Pt Lincoln. Mrs Bishop had a sister called Amelia Kemp Application 25414

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

BISHOP, John of the Greenhills Special Survey 1848 Memorial 208/11

BISHOP, John formerly farmer Greenhills Special Survey but now gentleman Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 353/67

BISHOP, John farmer formerly of the Greenhills Survey but now of Flemington Road near Melbourne Vic 1859 Memorial 319/153

BISHOP, John farmer formerly of the Green Hills Special Survey but now of Flemington Road, nr Melbourne Vic. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1859 Grant Book 2 Page 47 County Adelaide

No 3

BISHOP, John sawyer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 257/8

BISHOP, John labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 369/25

No 4

BISHOP, John stone cutter Kapunda Mine 1851 Memorial 289/36

BISHOP, John stone mason Kapunda 1852[-1869] Memorial 178/44

No 5

BISHOP, John shipwright Pt Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 82/61

BISHOP, John carpenter Queenstown 1860[-1878] Memorial 287/161, Application 5785

BISHOP, John carpenter High St, Queenstown 1873 Application 13184

BISHOP, John carpenter Pt Adelaide 1875[-1876] Memorial 141/284

BISHOP, John millwright Pt Adelaide 1877[-1888 Memorial 202/301, Application 21435

BISHOP, John carpenter Alberton 1878 Application 16988

No 6

BISHOP, John storekeeper Alberton 1879[-1881] Memorial 61/313, Application 18467

BISHOP, John agent Alberton and Isabella Bishop his wife 1894[-1896] Memorial 27/422, Application 23083

BISHOP, John agent Alberton 1901 Application 24225

BISHOP, John James gardener Third Creek 1878 Memorial 121/309

BISHOP, John Peter storekeeper Adelaide (Currie St), died 6/5/1881. He left his entire estate in trust for the benefit of his wife, Bridget Bishop, until their youngest child turned 21. Then the whole estate to be sold and the proceeds divided absolutely in a complicated manner to benefit his wife and their children - Andrew Bishop and Elizabeth BARNES wife of Stephen Barnes Memorials 3 & 40/344

No 1

BISHOP, Jonathan Corbyn Esquire Unley Park 1849 Memorial 151/19

BISHOP, Jonathan Corbyn Esquire formerly Unley but now Fifth Creek near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 32/38.

BISHOP, Jonathan Corbyn Esquire formerly of Unley but now of South Creek 1853 Memorial 183/47

BISHOP, Jonathan Corbyn gentleman Unley 1851 Memorial 321/30

Formerly of Unley, now of Hone House Fifth Creek 1851 Memorial 127/32

Esquire Fourth Creek 1852 Memorial 284/44

Farmer Sixth Creek near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 135/52

Esquire formerly of Unley now of the Fifth Creek 1853 Memorial 205/52

Farmer The Black Hill 1854 Memorial 329/65

BISHOP, Jonathan Corbyn farmer Fourth Creek 1859[-1861] Memorial 25/153

BISHOP, Jonathan Corbyn gentleman Walkerville 1879 Memorial 181/317

BISHOP, Jonathan Corbyn storekeeper Walkerville 1885 Application 20434

BISHOP, Jonathan Corbyn farmer Black Hill 1893 Memorial 78/418

No 1

BISHOP, Jonathan Lincolne butcher Thorndon Park 1864 Memorial 221/195

BISHOP, Jonathan Lincolne farmer Thorndon Park Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1867 Grant Book 54 Page 84 County Russell

BISHOP, Jonathan Lincolne formerly butcher Thorndon Park 1864 but now cattle dealer Goolwa 1871 Application 11182

BISHOP, Jonathan Lincolne butcher Brighton 1873[-1875] Memorial 207/267

BISHOP, Jonathan Lincolne baker Walkerville 1877 Memorial 182/298

BISHOP, Jonathan Lincolne butcher Brighton 1880 Application 18200

BISHOP, Joseph storekeeper Waterloo Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 11 County Newcastle

BISHOP, Joseph John baker Morgan 1883 Memorial 10/352

No 1

BISHOP, Joseph Kemp gentleman Pt Lincoln 1867 Memorial 245/224

BISHOP, Joseph Kemp sheep farmer Pt Lincoln (Father: John Bishop) married Elizabeth AM HAMMOND spinster Poonindie (Father: Octavius Hammond) on 8/10/1868 St Matthew Poonindie. Minister: Octavius Hammond. Witneses: Percy C DOVE banker Pt Lincoln and Frances M Hammond Poonindie Application 25706

BISHOP, Joseph Kemp stockholder Pt Lincoln 1870 Application 25554

BISHOP, Joseph Kemp gentleman Pt Lincoln and Elizabeth Ann Miller Bishop his wife 1876 Memorial 72/290

BISHOP, Joseph Kemp farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1878[-1883] Grant Book 21 Page 45 County Flinders

BISHOP, Joseph Kemp grazier Pt Lincoln 1897 Memorial 159/430

BISHOP, Joseph Kemp grazier Pt Lincoln 1905 declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln for upward of 50 years Application 24797

BISHOP, Joseph farmer Pt Lincoln 1918 Application 26672

BISHOP, Joseph Kemp gentleman Pt Lincoln 1925, declared that he had lived in the town for 79 years Application 27407

BISHOP, Joseph Kemp grazier Pt Lincoln 1928, declared that he had known Pt Lincoln well for 40 years Application 27639

BISHOP, Joseph Kemp stockholder Pt Lincoln 1928. He owned property adjacent to West Coast Land Company Ltd holdings Application 27698

BISHOP, Joseph Kemp formerly stockholder but then out of business Pt Lincoln, died 2/6/1937. Father of Myles Kemp Bishop grazier Pt Lincoln, Ethel Mary WOOLLASTON widow Pt Lincoln and Amy Helen Bishop spinster Pt Lincoln Memorial 159/511

BISHOP, Louisa of Goodwood Road near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 269/59

No 1

BISHOP, Obed farmer Morphett Vale Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 19 Page 136 County Fergusson

BISHOP, Obed farmer Oakbank 1884 Memorial 2/363

BISHOP, Stephen labourer Lyndoch 1915 Memorial 176/472

No 1

BISHOP, Stephen George labourer Lyndoch, died 11/1/1936 Gawler intestate. Husband of Lydia Bishop. Estate worth £126 Memorial 112/509

BISHOP, Lydia widow Lyndoch, died 1/9/1953. Mother of Hilda Gertrude BROWN married woman Lyndoch and Nelson Bishop no description Memorial 60/529

No 1

BISHOP, Sydney farmer Melrose. His wife, Mildred Bishop, died 30/3/1911.

Executor; William John SMITH farmer Melrose 1911 Memorial 193/464

BISHOP, Mildred married woman Melrose 1908 Memorial 25/459

BISHOP, Myles Kemp farmer and grazier Pt Lincoln 1951, born 1/9/1890 Pt Lincoln, son of the late Joseph Kemp Bishop, and brother to Ethel Mary WOLLASTON married woman Pt Lincoln, born 9/6/1871 Pt Lincoln Application 28825

BISHOP, Stephen George labourer Sandy Common near Lyndoch Valley 1884 Application 20126

No 1

BISHOP, Thomas James assistant Town Clerk and Collector of Rates Hindmarsh Corporation 1905 Application 24899.

BISHOP, Thomas James Clerk of the Corporation of Hindmarsh Adam St, Hindmarsh 1914 Application 26239

BISHOP, Thomas James out of business 6 John st, Hindmarsh 1932, declared that he used to be Town Clerk of Hindmarsh from 1883-30/11/1926 Application 27871

BISHOP, Thomas James out of business 6 John St, Hindmarsh , aged 79 in 1932, declared that he had lived in Hindmarsh for 57 years, including 27 years in Adam St, Hindmarsh. He began working for the Hindmarsh Council in 1883, became Town Clerk in 1907, and retired in 1926 Application 27898

BISHOP, Thomas James retired Town Clerk 6 John St, Hindmarsh, aged 83 in 1939, declared that he had lived in Hindmarsh for 50 years. He joined the Hindmarsh Corporation in 1883 and was Town Clerk for 18 years until his retirement in 1926 Application 28226

No 1

BISHOP, Thomas Sydney farmer near Melrose 1897[-1911] Memorial 5/431

BISHOP, Thomas Sydney farmer Melrose, His wife, Mildred Bishop, died 30/3/1911. She left her £300 estate to her husband Application 26425

BISHOP, Thomas William of Mt Pleasant 1889 Memorial 224/400

BISHOP, Walter Bertram contractor Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan East (later Mt Bryan Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 211 County Burra

No 1

BISHOP, William painter Pt Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 197/84

No 2

BISHOP, William tailor Adelaide 1859 Application 364

BISHOP, William tailor Adelaide 1878 Memorial 111/305

No 3

BISHOP, William clerk to Messrs HARDY & COOPER solicitors Adelaide 1864 Memorial 104/196

No 1

BISHOP, William Daniel accountant Kalgoorlie WA 1905[-1908] Memorial 204/453

BISHOP, William Daniel accountant Kalgoorlie WA had links with Pt Lincoln 1909[-1912] Memorial 60/461

BISHOP, William Henry confectioner and caterer Adelaide (Pt TA 81 Rundle St) 1903[-1908] Memorial 83/448

No 1

BISSE, George farmer Hope Valley 1851[-1855] Memorial 58/30

BISSE, George farmer Rosenthal 1857[-1859] Memorial 200/118

BISSET, Charles Henry master mariner Adelaide 1884 Application 20357

BIS WINCKEL, Friedrich vigneron Buchsfelde, Gawler River, died 30/12/1879. He left only three sons surviving him - Friedrich Ernst bis Winckel farmer Gawler River, Friedrich Alfred bis Winckel farmer Melrose, and Friedrich Otto bis Winckel farmer Laura. Their mother, Pauline Sophia bis Winckel, died 10/3/1881 Application 22366

BITTER, Franz hawker Lyndoch Valley 1894 Application 22776

No 1

BITTNER, Gottlieb shoemaker Tanunda 1851 Memorial 87/32

BITTNER, Gottlieb farmer Tanunda 1853 Memorial 324/55

BITTNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Tanunda 1856 Memorial 29/96

BITTNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer formerly of Tanunda 1856 but now of North Rhine 1863 Application 4127

BJORKMAN, Max Leonard draughtsman 15 Kellett St, Semaphore 1974, declared that he had worked continuously for GIBB & MILLER Ltd of 290 Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide since January 1938 when he commenced work as an apprentic boilermaker Application 28057

No 1

BLABEY, Henry bricklayer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 315/50

BLABEY, Henry bricklayer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 27/52

BLABEY, Henry labourer Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 26/134

BLABEY, Henry fisherman West Milang 1858 Memorial 340/143

BLABEY, Henry formerly bricklayer Mt Barker but then bricklayer and farmer Milang 1858[-1862] Application 3636

BLABEY, Henry mason Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 142/207

BLABEY, Henry mason Milang 1873 Memorial 116/264

BLABEY, Henry mason Milang Hundred of Bremer land grant 1876 Grant Book 36 Page 44 County Hindmarsh

BLABEY, Herbert John Willis farm labourer Parrakie. Hundred of Price land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 83 County Buccleuch

BLACK, Alfred Barham architect Adelaide and Jessie Howard Black his wife 1910 Memorial 39/463

No 1

BLACK, AL bank officer Adelaide 1909 Memorial 44/462

BLACK, AL bank manager Pt Adelaide 1914 Memorial 185/471

BLACK, Archie Norman Grant agent Adelaide 1924 Memorial 17/492

BLACK, Charles storekeeper Black Rock Plain. Black Rock (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 13 Page 446 County Dalhousie

BLACK, Charles Thomas hawker Hackham 1913 Memorial 38/499

BLACK, David Town Clerk Brighton 1865 Memorial 102/204

No 1 - probably the same person

BLACK, Donald stockholder of Dunan’s Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1859 Grant Book 30 Page 271 County Grey

BLACK, Donald stockholder Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 237/163

BLACK, Donald stockholder Dunams ? 1862 Memorial 262/186

No 1  FIND DUNAM/DUNAN

BLACK, Duncan farmer Wirrabara. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Wirrabara. Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

BLACK, Duncan farmer Appila. Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 497 County Frome

BLACK, Duncan and James farmers Cradock 1885 Memorial 185/367

BLACK, Duncan farmer Wirreanda 1885 Memorial 179/369

BLACK, Edwin letter sorter Adelaide (Surflen St) 1905 Application 25063

BLACK, Francis blacksmith and farrier O'Halloran Hill 1853 Memorial 260/46

No 1

BLACK, Frederick Holmes Mardon storekeeper Woodside Co Adelaide. Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 483 County Victoria

BLACK, Frederick Holmes Mardon storekeeper Narridy Co Victoria. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 6 County Dalhousie

BLACK, Frederick Holmes Mardon storekeeper Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 261 County Victoria

BLACK, Geoffrey Howard Barham medical practitioner 25 Northgate St, Unley, died 13/1/1956. His widow, Catherine Gilmore Black, lived at 37a Thornber St, Unley, by 1964. Linked with James Foster Barham Black civil engineer 319 Kensington Road, Kensington Park Memorial 115/534

No 1

BLACK, Henry blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1879[-1880] Memorial 21/317

BLACK, Henry blacksmith formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Adelaide 1881 Memorial 190/331

BLACK, Henry formerly blacksmith Pt Lincoln but now out of business Adelaide 1892 Memorial 131/414

BLACK, Henry formerly blacksmith Pt Lincoln but now out of business Adelaide 1892, declared that he had moved to Pt Lincoln in c1856, when he built a blacksmith and wheelwright shop, fenced in the allotments, dug a well and planted gums and other trees. Either he or his tenants had continued to use the premises for blacksmithing purposes until the present time Application 23061

BLACK, Henry blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1895 Memorial 148/425

BLACK, Isaac boundary rider Bundaleer Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 94 County Stanley

No 1

BLACK, Jacques labourer Pt Lincoln 1876 Application 15302

No 2

BLACK, Jacques blacksmith Adelaide 1891[-1897] Memorial 90/411

BLACK, Jacques blacksmith Adelaide 1906. J Black blacksmith George St, Thebarton, died 8/6/1906 intestate. His widow, Mary Black, died 25/10/1909. Parents of Helen Mary SANDERCOCK widow Thebarton. Estate worth £300 Memorial 66/465

BLACK, Jacques blacksmith Adelaide, died 8/6/1906 intestate. His widow, Mary Black, died 25/10/1909. Probably parents of Helen Mary SANDERCOCK widow Thebarton, Jacques Miln Black and Richard Harold Beresford Black blacksmiths Thebarton 1911 Memorial 129/465

BLACK, Jacques blacksmith George St, Thebarton, died 8/6/1906 intestate. His estate worth £300. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Black, who failed to act. She died 25/10/1909 intestate. Letters of administration to their daughter, Helen Mary SANDERCOCK widow Thebarton 1911 Application 27821

No 1

BLACK, Jacques Miln and Richard Harold Beresford Black both blacksmiths Thebarton 1917 Memorial 181/476

BLACK, Jacques Miln blacksmith Chapel St, Thebarton, aged 59 in 1940, declared that he had lived in the vicinity for his whole life Application 28230

BLACK, James publican Section 490 near Adelaide 1844[-1850] Memorial 338/23

BLACK, James Law gentleman Mt Barker 1863 Application 4700

No 1

BLACK, John farmer Mitcham 1854 Memorial 176/69

No 2

BLACK, John blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1861 Memorial 135/178

BLACK, John blacksmith Pt Lincoln, died c1864. Husband of Charlotte Black Memorial 1/221

BLACK, Charlotte widow of the late John Black blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1867 Application 8310

BLACK, Charlotte widow Pt Lincoln 1891, declared that she came to live in Pt Lincoln in 1866 and built a new stone home there on Lot 408 in 1868 Application 25129

BLACK, Charlotte widow Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 193/445

No 3

BLACK, John bank manager Balaklava 1906 Application 25173

BLACK, John MacConnell journalist Adelaide 1919 Application 26756

No 1

BLACK, John Reddie merchant Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 186/81

BLACK, John Reddie merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1859 Memorial 161/156

BLACK, John Reddie and WRIGHT, Joseph Richard merchants Adelaide in the 1850s. They retained Joseph Eldin MOULDEN of Adelaide as their solicitor. JR Black left SA c1858 and supposed to be at the Cape of Good Hope by 1868. JR Wright left SA c1859 and supposed to have died at Singapore Application 9496

BLACK, LHC postmaster McLaren Vale 1923 Memorial 166/488

BLACK, Nathaniel bootmaker Penola, died 26/6/1928. Husband of Emma Teresa Black Memorial 24/500

No 1

BLACK, Patrick labourer Penola 1865[-1879] Memorial 304/200

BLACK, Patrick farmer Penola 1904 Application 24762

BLACK, Patrick grazier Penola, died 24/5/1908 intestate. Husband of Sarah Black. Estate worth £2,000. Father of Richard Black blacksmith Penola. Probably also father of Robert Black farmer Penola and Nathaniel Black bootmaker Penola Memorials 120-123/462

BLACK, Patrick farmer Penola. His wife, Sarah Black, died 13/7/1908. Executor; John Oliver FOWLER storekeeper Penola. Bequests to Ellen STONE wife of Henry John Stone sheepfarmer Strathdowine Vic and John RENFREY labourer Penola. Estate worth £600 Memorial 120/520

No 1

BLACK, Robert painter Adelaide 1838. In that year, he moved to Hindmarsh. By 1865, he was a mariner at Pt Adelaide Application 12316

BLACK, Robert formerly painter Hindmarsh but now mariner Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 10/205

No 2

BLACK, Robert farmer Little Para 1859 Application 464

BLACK, Robert poundkeeper One Tree Hill 1877 Application 16063

No 3

BLACK, Robert sawyer 10 Berkley St, Cheltenham, died 5/6/1933 intestate, of 1 year's progressive muscular atrophy, aged 54. Born at Penola, he married aged 26. 4 sons and 2 daughters living; 1 son and 1 daughter deceased. Husband of Mary Black Application 28308

BLACK, Samuel farmer Sleaford near Pt Lincoln 1906 Application 25129

BLACK, Thomas farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1880 Grant Book 177 Page 179 County Flinders

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BLACK, William tailor Adelaide 1839 Memorial 282/107

BLACK, William tailor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 457/88

No 2

BLACK, William stone mason Kingsford near Gawler 1861 Memorial 326/173

BLACK, William stonemason formerly of Kingsford near Gawler but now of Oulnina 1865 Memorial 61/231

BLACK, William stonemason formerly of Kingsford but now of Gawler 1888 Memorial 158/390

No 3

BLACK, William blacksmith Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 137 County Victoria

No 4

BLACK, William farmer near Millicent, had died by 1898 intestate. Letters of administration to Catherine Black widow Millicent to settle the estate Grant Book 31 Page 207 County Grey

No 1 - probably the same person

BLACK, William Edwin publican Walkerville 1839 Memorial 251/2

Tailor North Adelaide 1847 Memorial 154/8

BLACK, William Edwin labourer Durham (Section 1571 Dry Creek Special Survey) 1849 Memorial 435/14

BLACK, William Edwin tailor Adelaide (Carrington St) 1851[-1879] Memorial 127/36, Application 17216

BLACK, William Edwin tailor Adelaide 1882[-1884], died 1884. Husband of Caroline Black Memorial 1/454

BLACKBURN, William farmer Angaston 1884 Application 20210

BLACKALL, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 112/11

No 1

BLACKALL, Thomas farmer Walkerville 1848 Memorial 476/12

BLACKALL, Thomas farmer formerly of Walkerville but now of Prospect 1859 Memorial 291/152

BLACKBOURN, John linked with Section 119 Hundred of Stow Co Stanley 1877 Memorial 92/300

BLACKBURN, Charles Berry tin plate worker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 48/36.

BLACKBURN, Thomas clerk in holy orders Pt Lincoln 1884 Memorial 61/358

BLACKBURN, William yeoman Angaston 1858 Memorial 28/145

No 1

BLACKEBY, George shoe manufacturer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1877[-1890] Memorial 198/299

BLACKEBY, George importer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1882 Memorial 198/339

No 1

BLACKEBY, Joseph shoemaker Magill 1853 Memorial 201/51

BLACKEBY, Joseph bootmaker Kensington 1854 Memorial 76/83

No 1

BLACKEBY, Philip gentleman Magill 1853 Memorial 420/53

BLACKEBY, Philip [formerly gentleman Magill but now] yeoman Norwood 1859 Memorial 474/159

BLACKEBY, Philip gentleman Norwood 1861 Application 2061

BLACKEBY, Philip hawker Kensington 1882 Memorial 244/346

BLACKEBY, William Augustus confectioner Adelaide (No 156 Rundle St) 1898 Memorial 101/436

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BLACKER, James farmer Yankalilla 1860 Application 1422

BLACKER, James gentleman Willunga linked with John Blacker farmer Willunga 1878 Memorial 26/312

BLACKER, Sidney farmer Willunga 1924 Memorial 57/492

BLACKLER, Wiliam wine and spirit merchant Pt Adelaide 1862 Grant Book 14 Page 123 County Daly

No 1

BLACKER, William James farmer Willunga 1874[-1883] Memorial 103/276

BLACKER, William James farmer Willunga declared 1883 that he had lived in the district for 28 years, with some time in Yankalilla Application 19733

No 1

BLACKET, Ebenezer Edward shoemaker Adelaide (Sturt St) 1853[-1862] Memorial 31/48

BLACKET, Ebenezer Edward shoemaker Norwood 1855 Memorial 305/80

BLACKET, Ebenezer Edward bootmaker formerly of Norwood but now of Kent Town 1861 Memorial 29/177

BLACKET, Edward gardener Hardy St, Goodwood Park, died 5/8/1905. He left £50 to each of his children Matilda Sarah Evans and Ebenezer Albert Blacket no description. Another son, the Rev'd John Blacket Minister of the Gospel Auburn 1905, acted as executor of the will Application 25049

BLACKETOR, Thomas farmer Beachport 1886 Memorial 98/381

BLACKFORD, James of Upper Wakefield 1855 Memorial 372/89

BLACKFORD, John farmer Bishop Flat [probably near Rapid Bay] 1856 Memorial 73/113

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BLACKHAM, Desmond farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1884 Memorial 65/359

BLACKHAM, Desmond O’Cahan mining manager Tarcoola Out of Hundreds. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 305 County Not named

BLACKHAM, Desmond O'Cahan land agent Pirie St, Adelaide 1919 Application 26748

No 1

BLACKHAM, Elizabeth widow Kent Town 1874 Memorial 20/277

BLACKHAM, Elizabeth widow Moonta 1876 Memorial 168/290

BLACKHAM, Frederic Keane newspaper proprietor Castlemaine Vic, owned land in the Hundred of Para Wirra 1864 Memorial 225/194

No 1

BLACKHAM, Henry Hamilton farmer Section 1698 Little Para Special Survey 1847 Memorial 207/8

BLACKHAM, Henry Hamilton farmer Trevilla South Para 1853 Memorial 94/76

BLACKHAM, Henry Hamilton farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1855[-1896] Memorial 248/84

BLACKHAM, Henry Hamilton farmer Trevilla Co Adelaide 1857 linked with Richard Blackham the Elder bookseller Adelaide and Frederic Keane Blackham printer Melbourne Vic Memorial 82/126

BLACKHAM, Henry Hamilton farmer formerly of Trevilla South Para 1853 but now of One Tree Hill 1866 Application 7863

BLACKHAM, Henry H farmer Precolumb near Gawler 1869 Memorial 123/236

BLACKHAM, Henry Hamilton the Elder gentleman Trevilla One Tree Hill 1902. Henry Hamilton the Younger farmer One Tree Hill was his son Application 24510

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

BLACKHAM, Richard the Elder bookseller Adelaide 1847 Memorial 207/8

BLACKHAM, Richard the Younger painter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 44/32

No 2 - perhaps a continutation of No 1

BLACKHAM, R chief clerk GPO Adelaide 1862 Memorial 257/186

No 1

BLACKHAM, William John merchant Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 259/89

BLACKHAM, William John formerly merchant Adelaide 1855 but now agent Kent Town 1871 Application 11545

BLACKIE, Gregory Watt gentleman Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1852[-1853] Memorial 238/46

BLACKLER, James gentleman Willunga linked with William James Blackler farmer Willunga 1879 Memorial 12/318

BLACKLER, John licensed victualler Pt Adelaide took out a 5-year lease at £5 a week for the Port Hotel, Pt Adelaide, from Henry MILDRED Esquire Clairville near Adelaide 1861 Memorial 246/176

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

BLACKLER, Richard farmer Adelaide 1848[-1853] Memorial 218/12

BLACKLER, Richard the Younger licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 344/137

BLACKLER, Richard the Younger licensed victualler Southern Cross Hotel, King William St, Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 145/276

BLACKLER, Richard out of business Adelaide 1872 Memorial 84/262

BLACKLER, Richard of South Road and Mary Blackler his wife 1868 Memorial 106/289

BLACKLER, Richard gentleman Adelaide and Sarah Blackler his wife of The Semaphore daughter of John DAVIES gentleman The Semaphore and Mary Davies his wife 1878 Memorial 210/310

BLACKLER, Thomas gentleman Reedbeds 1873 Memorial 101/270

No 1

BLACKLER, William licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1853[-1876] Memorial 277/55

BLACKLER, William licensed victualler Port Hotel Pt Adelaide 1860[-1863] Memorial 128/172

BLACKLER, William gentleman Adelaide 1871 Application 11657

BLACKLER, William gentleman Fulham 1875 Memorial 11/281

BLACKLER, William gentleman Reedbeds owned 3 stores (at least one with a hydraulic lift), known as Blackler's Stores, in St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 109/290

BLACKLER, William and William Allen gentlemen Fulham 1884 Memorial 134/357

BLACKLER, William gentleman Fulham Stud Farm, Reedbeds. Linked with William Allen Blackler gentleman of the same place 1886 Memorials 208 & 237/376

BLACKLER, William stockdealer Adelaide and William Allen Blackler manager Adelaide 1888 Memorial 242/394

BLACKLER, William horse breeder Fulham 1893 Application 22527

BLACKLER, William gentleman Fulham 1893 Application 22587.

BLACKLER, William stockowner Fulham Park, died 26/6/1896. Husband of Mrs Blackler name not stated. Father of Harriet HALES wife of T Hales, Lizzie Amelia CROZIER wife of Henry Crozier, and William A Blackler. Uncle of Ernest MARSHALL Memorial 204/435

BLACKLER, William Allen Manager for William Blackler's Estate at Fulham Park 1901 and son of the late William Blackler stockholder Fulham Park, who died c1896 Application 24327

No 2 - probably linked with No 1

BLACKLER, William licensed victualler Adelaide (Rundle St) 1879 Memorial 214/318

BLACKLER, William gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 143/331

BLACKLER, William licensed victualler Adelaide 1886 Memorial 178/376

BLACKMAN, A railway packer Smithfield 1893 Application 22501

BLACKMAN, Albert Harbours Board employe Pt Lincoln 1948 Memorial 139/522

BLACKMAN, Edward Albert company secretary 158 Diagonal Rd, Warradale 1970 Secretary for the Miller's Creek Pastoral Co Pty Ltd, with its head office formerly of 510 Goldsborough House, 172 North Tce, Adelaide but now of 92 Finniss St, North Adelaide Application 29777

BLACKMAN, O Institute secretary Pt Lincoln 1904 Memorial 33/451

No 1 - probably the same person

BLACKMAN, William Richard cordwainer Hindmarsh 1861 Memorial 88/176

BLACKMAN, William Richard of Brompton 1871 Application 11253

No 1

BLACKMORE, Edwin Gordon gentleman Adelaide 1871 Memorial 243/256

BLACKMORE, Edwin Gordon of Adelaide had an interest in Victoria Chambers, Victoria Square, Adelaide 1881 Memorial 79/332

BLACKMORE, Henry labourer Tatiara. Wolseley (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 86 County Buckingham

No 1

BLACKMORE, John sheep farmer Penola 1878 Memorial 250/307

BLACKMORE, John sheep farmer Sheaoak Range Station Penola 1881 Memorial 139/335

BLACKMORE, John sheep farmer Penola father of Mary Ann Blackmore spinster Penola 1883 Memorial 61/353

BLACKMORE, Mary Ann spinster Penola [daughter of John and Mary Blackmore] Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1892 Grant Book 31 Page 66 County Grey

BLACKMORE, Lionel Newbolt dentist Adelaide 1873[-1881] Application 12704, Memorial 59/333

BLACKMORE, Nathan of Penola Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1884[-1902] Grant Book 31 Page 64 County Grey

BLACKMORE, Nelson Newbolt dentist Adelaide 1873 Memorial 153/268

BLACKMORE, William Gordon schoolmaster Poonindie 1878 Memorial 102/306

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

BLACKNEY, Samuel grocer Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 157/262

BLACKNEY, Samuel storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15518

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

BLACKNEY, Samuel medical practitioner Pt Adelaide and Louisa Emma Blackney his wife 1901 Application 24249

No 1

BLACKSELL, Charles of Robe S-E 1860 Memorial 137/161

BLACKSELL, Charles farmer formerly of Robe but now of Mt Gambier 1867. He could not write Application 8884

BLACKSELL, William labourer near Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1904 Grant Book 50 Page 260 County Robe

No 1

BLACKWELL, Charles carpenter Brompton 1851[-1853] Memorial 161/31

BLACKWELL, Charles carpenter Milang 1873[-1879] Memorial 172/266

BLACKWELL, Charles and Richard James Blackwell both carpenters Milang 1892 Memorial 124/412

BLACKWELL, Charles carpenter Milang. His wife, Frances Blackwell died 24/10/1899, of senile decay, aged 80 Application 24479

BLACKWELL, Charles builder West Milang, died c1901. Husband of Frances Blackwell. Father of Joseph Blackwell carpenter Parkside. Sons David and Richard James Blackwell no description had pre-deceased their father Memorial 75/443

BLACKWELL, Charles carpenter Milang, died 1901. Joseph Blackwell carpenter Parkside was an executor for his will 1902 Application 24479

No 1

BLACKWELL, Charles Edwin storekeeper Wilmington Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 567 County Frome

BLACKWELL, Charles Edwin storekeeper Wilmington trustee Cemetery Hundred of Gregory land grant 1878 Grant Book 23 Page 27 County Frome

BLACKWELL, David Superintendent of the Pt McLeay Mission Station, died 2/1/1893, of natural causes presumably heart disease, aged 45 Application 24479

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BLACKWELL, James W storekeeper Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 19/243

BLACKWELL, James Webb draper Adelaide 1874 Memorial 139/274

BLACKWELL, James Webb commercial traveller North Adelaide 1881[-1886] Memorial 163/329

No 1

BLACKWELL, John storekeeper Narracoorte 1870 Memorial 207/250

BLACKWELL, John grocer Melbourne Vic Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1870 Grant Book 50 Page 94 County Robe

BLACKWELL, John storekeeper formerly of Narracoorte but now of Bridge St, Richmond Vic 1877 Memorial 113/301

No 1

BLACKWELL, John Barrett storekeeper Narracoorte 1882[-1888] Memorial 85/341

BLACKWELL, John Barrett merchant and storekeeper Narracoorte 1915 Application 26449

No 1

BLACKWELL, Matthew blacksmith Kapunda 1853[-1867] Memorial 407/61

BLACKWELL, Matthew iron founder Kapunda 1861 Memorial 132/171

BLACKWELL, Matthew storekeeper Kapunda 1861 Memorial 189/179

BLACKWELL, Matthew blacksmith Kapunda 1865. He could not write Application 6626

BLACKWELL, Matthew machinist Kapunda 1871 Memorial 196/322

No 1

BLACKWELL, Richard James carpenter Milang 1894 Memorial 129/423

BLACKWELL, Richard James carpenter and builder Milang, died 22/6/1899. Estate worth £700. Husband of Maria Jane nee GOLDSWORTHY. Children mentioned but not named. Executor; John Mann Goldsworthy farmer Kaniva Vic Memorial 102/438

BLACKWELL, Richard James builder and carpenter Milang, died 22/6/1899 Langhorne Creek, of natural causes, aged 40. His sister-in-law, Helen Isabel GOLDSWORTHY of Milang notified the death Application 24479

BLACKWELL, Maria Jane widow Watson St, Milang, died 12/4/1948 Strathalbyn. Mother of Richard Newton Blackwell farmer Milang, John David Blackwell merchant Nhill Vic, James Elliott Blackwell mechanic Cumberland, Vera Jane Blackwell spinster Milang, Ruby Isabel WILSON wife of Alexander Horace Wilson evangelist North Norwood, and Ivy Beatrice MOAR wife of William Herbert Moar farmer Milang Memorial 165/522

No 1

BLACKWELL, Robert architect Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 67 County Not named

BLACKWELL, Robert architect Adelaide Co Adelaide. Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 575 County Frome

No 1

BLACKWELL, Samuel Lang licensed victualler Exchange Hotel New Melrose 1877 Memorial 242/301

BLACKWELL, Samuel Lang formerly licensed victualler now storekeeper New Melrose near Mt Remarkable 1877 Application 16294

BLACKWELL, WH estate agent Adelaide 1912 Memorial 170/466

BLACKWELL, William John butcher Strathalbyn 1919 Application 26759

No 1

BLACKWOOD, James Esquire Adelaide 1852 Memorial 368/70

BLACKWOOD, James Manager Union Bank of Australia Adelaide Branch 1852 Memorial 85/41.

BLACKWOOD, James Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1853[-1855] Memorial 229/54

No 1

BLADE, Charles butcher Kensington 1850[-1854] Memorial 156/27

BLADE, Charles formerly of Kensington but now absent from the province 1858 Memorial 332/132

No 1

BLADES, Frederick James director of the Green and Gold Copper Mining Company of Exchange Offices, Pirie St, Adelaide 1888 Memorial 51/391

BLADES, Frederick James the Younger clerk Adelaide (South Tce) 1895 Memorial 247/423

BLADES, Walter Corbett chemist Adelaide 1865 Memorial 192/200

BLADON, Francis Joseph sheep farmer Thurk Station Murray River 1868 Memorial 157/229

No 1

BLAESING, Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 323/58

BLAESING, Gottfried farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley 1853 but now of near Hamilton 1868 Application 9120

No 1

BLAGG, George, BLAGG, Richard and BLAGG, Samuel farmers Robe, sons of John Blagg farmer Robe, who left in 1855 for the Victorian gold diggings and disappeared without trace. Mrs Blagg died c1892 Application 25723

BLAGG, George farmer Robe S-E, died 8/6/1926. Brother to Richard Blagg of Mt Benson near Robe. Uncle to Annie MCINTOSH Memorial 101/507

No 1

BLAGG, John farmer Robe 1854 Memorial 210/70

BLAGG, John farmer Robe, left for the Victorian gold diggings in 1854. He had left his wife and family living near Robe, but he never returned to them nor sent after them. The family believed he died on the gold fields intestate. His eldest son, George Blagg farmer near Robe, inherited his estate as heir at law. He died 8/6/1926. Apart from a £100 legacy, he left his whole estate to his brother, Richard Blagg farmer Robe, who died 9/5/1930. Richard Blagg's son, Charles Henry Blagg farmer Robe (born 27/8/1881), inherited almost all of his estate 1933 Application 27900

BLAGG, Richard farmer Robe S-E, died 9/5/1930. Father of Charlotte Ann MCMURTURIE, Eanys Mary AITCHISON and Charles Henry Blagg Memorial 100/507

No 1 - mixture of Elder and Younger

BLAIKIE, James gardener Brownhill Creek 1873 Memorial 98/268

BLAIKIE, James the Younger gardener Mt Lofty 1878[-1883] Memorial 213/306

BLAIR, FM clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 95/424

BLAIR, John Bickers clerk Pt Adelaide 1876[-1878] Memorial 3/296, Application 15718

No 1

BLAKE, Abel storekeeper's assistant Mt Gambier 1878 Memorial 130/312

BLAKE, Abel storekeeper Mt Gambier 1880 Application 18174

BLAKE, Ambrose farmer Bull Creek 1853 Memorial 448/51

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BLAKE, George farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 88/54

BLAKE, George farmer Light River near Hamilton 1859 Application 210

BLAKE, George farmer Upper Light 1861 Memorial 134/174

BLAKE, George farmer Hundred of Waterloo had died by 1861. Father of Walter Blake an infant under the age of 21 and his father's heir at law Memorial 111/337

No 2

BLAKE, George farmer Bull Creek. Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1901 Grant Book 36 Page 252 County Hindmarsh

BLAKE, Gibson Leslie motor engineer Adelaide 1909 Memorial 178/461

BLAKE, Henry farmer Bull Creek. Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1896 Grant Book 36 Page 252 County Hindmarsh

No 1

BLAKE, Henry Maurice Orme French Esquire Adelaide about to marry Catharine ALLEN widow Adelaide 1853. The bridegroom had recently bought 900 sheep from the Rev'd Mr NEWLAND which were grazing on 3 sections HMO Blake owned in the Hundred of Waitpinga. He was about to settle the land for life upon his wife to be, and then upon any children of the marriage in equal shares in remainder expectant Memorial 134/48

Gentleman Adelaide and Catherine Blake his wife formerly Catherine ALLEN widow Adelaide 1853 Memorial 206/49

Esquire Encounter Bay 1854. He was selling the Pt Elliot flour mill and town and farm land nearby Enrolment 16/26

BLAKE, Henry Maurice Orme French licensed victualler formerly of Encounter Bay, became a bankrupt in 1854 Memorial 300/75

BLAKE, Henry Maurice Orme French insolvent debtor formerly of HM Gaol at Adelaide 1855 Memorial 470/85

BLAKE, Catherine formerly Catherine ALLEN now the wife of Henry Maurice Orme French BLAKE 1853 Memorial 100/157 By 1859, Mrs Blake was a widow of Adelaide Memorial 101/157

No 1

BLAKE, James William stationer Pt Adelaide 1861[-1865] Memorial 76/180

BLAKE, James William stationer Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Moonta (Hundred of Moonta) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 103 County Daly

No 1

BLAKE, Jeremiah storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 208/99

BLAKE, Jeremiah fruiterer Adelaide 1867 Memorial 50/241

No 1

BLAKE, John machinist Smithfield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878[-1884] Grant Book 14 Page 369 County Daly

No 2

BLAKE, John farmer Bull Creek 1885[-1919] Memorial 109/367

No 3

BLAKE, John of Mundoora 1885 Memorial 197/369

BLAKE, John farmer Mundoora 1895 Memorial 144/426

BLAKE, John farmer Mundoora 1896 Application 23068

No 1

BLAKE, Joseph farmer Bull Creek 1858[-1868] Memorial 97/137

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BLAKE, Joseph wheelwright Smithfield 1855 Hundred of Munno Para farmland purchase Memorial 421/85

BLAKE, Joseph wheelwright Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 490/98

BLAKE, Joseph wheelwright Smithfield 1858 Memorial 321/132

BLAKE, Joseph machinist Smithfield 1865[-1911] Memorial 204/206, Application 10439

BLAKE, Joseph machinist Smithfield. Smithfield Institute Trustee 1883 Memorial 118/350

BLAKE, Joseph the Elder machinist Smithfield, died 1886. He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Blake, and his son, Joseph Blake the Younger Memorial 185/376

BLAKE, Joseph the Elder machinist Salisbury, died 2/2/1886. His estate worth £700. He left his estate to his wife, Margaret Blake Application 27524

BLAKE, Joseph the Elder wheelwright and machinist Smithfield, died 2/2/1886. His widow, Margaret Blake, died 16/5/1901. By 1902, the family was situated thus: Joseph Blake the Younger farmer and machinist Smithfield, James Turnbull Blake farmer Mundoora Pt Broughton, Isabella MCDONALD nee Blake wife of Alexander McDonald farmer Mundoora and Margaret SMITH nee Blake wife of William Smith farmer Smithfield Memorial 172/447,

BLAKE, Joseph machinist Smithfield 1897 Memorial 174/432

BLAKE, Joseph machinist and farmer Smithfield 1898[-1951] Memorial 45/434

BLAKE, Joseph machinist Smithfield. . Uley Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 196/470

BLAKE, Joseph machinist Smithfield and BLAKE, James farmer Mundoora near Pt Broughton 1902 Application 24456

BLAKE, Joseph the Younger machinist Smithfield, aged 63 in 1926, declared that he had lived in the district since 1863 Application 27524

BLAKE, Joseph farmer Smithfield 1947 Memorial 148/521

BLAKE, Joseph formerly machinist Smithfield but now out of business 127 King William Road, Hyde Park 1954 Memorial 134/529

No 1

BLAKE, Richard farmer Peachey Belt 1853 Memorial 423/47

BLAKE, Richard farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 116/155 Formerly of the Hundred of Nuriootpa but now in parts beyond the seas 1859 Memorial 117/155

BLAKE, Richard farmer formerly of Peachey Belt then of the Hundred of Nuriootpa but now in parts beyond the seas 1861 Memorial 42/174

No 1

BLAKE, Walter machinist Balaklava trustee Institute Balaklava Balaklava township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 215 County Gawler

BLAKE, Walter machinist Balaklava and Marion Blake his wife 1891 Memorial 236/407

BLAKE, Marian wife of Walter Blake machinist Balaklava, beneficiary under the will of Ann SMITH of Smithfield, who died c1890. This family had links with Smith's Creek Hotel, at Smithfield Application 22204

BLAKE, Walter machinist Balaklava 1889, son of Joseph Blake wheelwright Smithfield deceased and his wife, Margaret Blake Application 21567

No 1

BLAKE, Walter farmer Boolcunda East trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boolcunda Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 45 County Newcastle

BLAKE, Walter farmer Boolcunda 1887 Memorial 167/385

BLAKE, William farmer Hundred of Bundey 1885 Memorial 87/367

BLAKELY, Christopher Allen bootmaker Adelaide (Hawdon St) 1868[-1876] Memorial 116/254

BLAKELY, George and George HAMMOND boot and shoe manufacturers Adelaide (Pt TA 75 Hindley St) 1878 Memorial 208/311

BLAKELY, Elizabeth and Emma Jane spinsters Le Fevre Peninsula 1866 Memorial 171/213

BLAKELY, Emma spinster Adelaide 1850 Memorial 342/19

No 1

BLAKESLEY, Arthur stockholder Mt Gambier 1857[-1864] Memorial 14/126, Application 1897

BLAKESLEY, Arthur sheepfarmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 115 County Grey

BLAKESLEY, Arthur gentleman Mt Gambier and Margaret Blakesley his wife formerly Margaret FAIRCHILD widow 1865 Memorial 17/212

BLAKESLEY, Arthur gentleman District of Grey, died 18/6/1865, liver inflammation, aged 50 1881 Application 18855

BLAKESLEY, Margaret widow of the late Arthur Blakesley near Mt Gambier, died 10/6/1894, of senile decay, aged 78 Application 25126

BLAKESLEY, Margaret widow Mt Gambier relict of the late Arthur Blakesley formerly gentleman Mt Gambier now deceased. Elizabeth Blakesley mentioned but not described 1868 Memorial 33/236

BLAKESLEY, Margaret widow Mt Gambier 1872[-1879] Memorial 152/262

BLAKEY, John shipwright Pt Adelaide 1873[-1887] Memorial 237/267, Applications 18031, 21232

BLAKEY, Joshua gentleman Halifax, Yorks, England, died 20/11/1871. His estate in trust to his wife, Esther Blakey, for her life or until her remarriage, then to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst his four children - George Joshua Blakey woollen manufacturer Halifax, Edwin Blakey, Esther Jane Blakey and Sophia Blakey. If all his children have died, the estate to be divided up amongst his brothers and sisters. Esatate worth £6,000 Application 21029

BLAKIE, Mr gardener The Tiers 1878 Application 16576

No 1

BLAMEY, Frank secretary to Bagot's Executor and Trustee Co Ltd of King William St, Adelaide 1922 Memorial 61/486

BLAMEY, Frank Manager and Secretary of Bagot's Executor and Trustee Company Ltd 22 King William St, Adelaide 1923 Application 27228

BLAMEY, Frank company manager Adelaide 1928 Memorial 95/500

BLAMEY/BLANEY, John William of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 85/365

BLANAFORD, Joseph labourer Pt Lincoln 1858 Memorial 85/133

No 1

BLANC, John Thomas farmer 78 Collins St, Enfield 1951 Memorial 199/526

BLANC, John Thomas retired farmer 69 Collins St, Broadview, died 4/1/1967. Father of Alvona SMITH wife of William Taylor Smith of 4 Patella St, Enfield. Grandfather of John Smith. Bequests to Gladys Irene FROST of 80 Fairview Tce, Clearview, Kevin Bernard GOLDNER of 514 Prospect Road, Kilburn, Trudy IRWIN of 16 Davis Road, Glynde, Pamela Irene TERRELL of 80 Fairview Tce, Clearview (daughters Rowena Anne Terrell, Linda Jane Terrell and Bronwyn Lee Terrell), Nicholas Gordon REDWARD (son of John Redward of Brians Road, Northfield). Probably a member of the Abattoirs Bowling Club on Gawler Road, Pooraka Memorial 87/535

BLANCE, Walter William carrier Mt Pleasant 1893 Application 22560

BLANCH, John master mariner and nautical examiner Pt Adelaide 1878, died c1880. He left the greatest part of his estate to Julia Ann TRELOAR formerly the wife of Jeremiah Treloar Memorial 56/322

No 1

BLANCHARD, George teamster Blinman 1872 Memorial 181/260

BLANCHARD, George of Wirrabara 1877 Memorial 118/300

BLANCHARD, Stephen labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 493/42

BLAND, Abraham labourer Port Road 1853[-1858] Memorial 261/48

BLAND, George builder Beulah Road, Norwood 1884 Memorial 149/360

BLAND, James William builder Main North Road, Prospect 1923 Application 27143

BLAND, Michael Joseph sheepfarmer Frances 1921 Memorial 92/484

BLAND, Patrick farmer Blinman 1888 Memorial 137/392

No 1

BLAND, Revett Henry Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 7/35.

BLAND, Revett Henry Esquire Magill 1852 Memorial 404/39.

BLAND, Revett Henry Esquire formerly of Adelaide now of Melbourne Vic 1853[-1856] Memorial 210/51

BLAND, Thomas labourer Adelaide (Franklin St) 1864 Memorial 305/199

BLAND, William barman Black Lion Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 370/23

No 1

BLANDEN, Alfred painter and decorator St Peters 1926 Memorial 163/495

BLANDEN, Alfred painter formerly of Muller St, Norwood but then of Adelaide St, Maylands, died 13/6/1932. Husband of Elinor Blanden. Executor; George LIGHTBODY life insurance superintendent formerly of Gun St, Goodwood Park but now of Herman St, Adelaide Memorials 185/505 & 57/506

BLANDFORD, Joseph labourer Pt Lincoln 1858 Memorial 85/133

BLANKS, George butcher Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] trustee Cemetery Hundred of Cudlamudla Hundred of Cudlamudla land grant 1889 Grant Book 49 Page 120 County Newcastle

No 1

BLANKS, Thomas wheelwright Stirling North trustee unnamed school Hundred of Davenport land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

BLANKS, Thomas wheelwright and blacksmith Stirling North trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Davenport land grant 1878 Grant Book 23 Page 45 County Frome

No 1

BLASCHECK, Stephen farmer Hundred of Bright 1888 Memorial 68/390

BLASCHECK, Stephen farmer Tothill Belt 1913 Application 26175

BLASCHECK, Stephen farmer formerly of Tothill Belt but now of Maylands 1919 Application 26744

BLASER, Carl quarryman Aldgate. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1892 Grant Book 2 Page 95 County Adelaide

BLATCHFORD, Arthur Harvey blacksmith Southwark 1905 Memorial 142/452

BLATCHFORD, Arthur Harvey formerly blacksmith Southwark but now farmer Penfield 1910 Application 25738

BLATCHFORD, Arthur Harvey blacksmith Penfield 1920 Application 26922

BLATCHFORD, Arthur Harry retired farmer Prospect Enfield Methodist Church trustee 1930 Application 27786

BLATCHFORD, Bartholomew farmer Penfield 1887 Application 21224

BLATCHFORD, Bartholomew Marks farmer near Strathalbyn 1874 Memorial 246/274

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

BLATCHFORD, Henry bank clerk Magill 1883 Memorial 41/354

BLATCHFORD, Henry accountant Adelaide 1892 Memorial 234/414

No 1

BLATCHFORD, James stockholder Kooringa 1854[-1856] Memorial 223/62

No 2

BLATCHFORD, James farmer Upper Wakefield 1854[-1866] Memorial 113/80

BLATCHFORD, James farmer near Watervale 1861 Application 2747

No 1

BLATCHFORD, John labourer North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 179/6

BLATCHFORD, John lime burner North Adelaide 1855[-1865] Memorial 232/88

BLAY, James yeoman Houghton 1847[-1848] Memorial 271/71

BLEAKLEY, Thomas Charles farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1892[-1904] Grant Book 14 Page 91 County Daly

BLEASE, John linked with the Mt Lyndhurst Silver Lead Mine 1883 Memorial 98/353

BLEBY, Gordon Edward Henry solicitor Ridge Road, Mt Lofty 1954 Memorial 158/529

BLEBY, John Raymond clerk in holy orders Gawler 1953 Memorial 23/528

BLEE, WF director Queen's Wharf Co with head office at North Parade, Pt Adelaide 1906 Memorial 124/455

No 1

BLEECHMORE, AJ clerk Auburn 1873[-1875] Memorial 58/266

BLEECHMORE, Arthur James clerk Semaphore 1879[-1891] Memorial 162/319, Application 22108

BLEECHMORE, Arthur James merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) linked with Fred Auburn Bleechmore postmaster Clare 1900 Memorial 50/441

BLEECHMORE, Arthur James mercantile manager Adelaide, died 6/8/1916. Executors; Horace Auburn Bleechmore insurance clerk Adelaide and Frank Edwin BARKLA warehouseman Adelaide Memorials 83 & 87/475

No 1

BLEECHMORE, Benjamin bootmaker Auburn and Caroline Bleechmore his wife daughter of the late Samuel COOMBE of Adelaide. The Bleechmores married on 13/3/1864 at Macaw Creek Memorial 194/210

BLEECHMORE, Benjamin bootmaker Auburn 1886 Memorial 109/374

No 1

BLEECHMORE, Charles Augustus gentleman Redruth 1851 Memorial 162/99

BLEECHMORE, Charles Augustus storekeeper’s assistant Aberdeen 1851 Memorial 402/35

Storekeeper Auburn 1854[-1855] Memorial 314/63

Auburn Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 345/72

BLEECHMORE, Charles Augustus and William Thomas storekeepers Auburn 1855 Memorial 362/89

BLEECHMORE, Charles Augustus storekeeper Auburn 1860 Application 1532

BLEECHMORE, Charles Augustus corn dealer Auburn Hundred of Alma land grant 1862 Grant Book 26 Page 17 County Gawler

BLEECHMORE, Charles Augustus gentleman Fullarton 1864 Application 5432

BLEECHMORE, Charles Augustus formerly storekeeper Auburn 1857 but now gentleman Fullarton 1866 Application 7417.

BLEECHMORE, Charles Augustus storekeeper formerly of Auburn but now of Norwood 1867 Memorial 124/226

BLEECHMORE, Charles Augustus storekeeper Norwood 1869[-1872] Memorial 94/238

BLEECHMORE, Charles Augustus storekeeper's assistant Aberdeen 1902 Memorial 188/445

Formerly of Aberdeen but now of Glenelg 1902 Memorial 60/446

No 1

BLEECHMORE, Edwin G auctioneer Auburn 1880 Memorial 198/322

BLEECHMORE, Edwin George auctioneer Auburn 1881 Application 18659

BLEECHMORE, Edwin George auctioneer Auburn was the heir at law of Joseph Edwin Bleechmore auctioneer Auburn, who died 10/8/1887. EG Bleechmore died 22/5/1890, leaving his entire estate to his wife, Clarissa Gertrude Bleechmore. Arthur James Bleechmore merchant's clerk Adelaide 1893 was a brother to EG Bleechmore Application 22330

BLEECHMORE, Edwin George auctioneer Auburn, died 22/5/1890. Husband of Clarissa Gertrude Bleechmore. Estate worth £400. Mrs Bleechmore lived at Gawler by 1898 Memorials 159 & 180/433

BLEECHMORE, Frank Sydney accountant Rose Park 1915 Memorial 52/472

No 1

BLEECHMORE, Fred A telegraph operator Alice Springs Northern Territory 1878 Memorial 184/310

BLEECHMORE, Fred Auburn of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory linked with Edwin George Bleechmore of Auburn 1879 Memorial 133/314

BLEECHMORE, Fred Auburn civil servant Robert St, Unley, died 17/1/1911, of 3 days' morbus cordis and cerebral haemorrhage, aged 55. Married at 28. Two sons Memorial 86/475

No 1

BLEECHMORE, George Frederick carpenter Auburn 1854 Memorial 97/63

No 2

BLEECHMORE, George F clerk Semaphore 1885 Memorial 84/369

BLEECHMORE, Isabel widow Norwood 1880 Memorial 12/321

No 1

BLEECHMORE, James gentleman Auburn 1852 Memorial 366/42

BLEECHMORE, James gentleman formerly of Auburn but now of Bowden 1855 Memorial 419/85

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BLEECHMORE, James dyer North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 493/84

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BLEECHMORE, James Henry publican Section 1283 Gilbert River 1847 Memorial 497/8

Farmer The Wakefield 1854 Memorial 400/65

BLEECHMORE, James H farmer Brook Vale Farm Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1855[-1859] Memorial 419/85

BLEECHMORE, James Henry farmer Brookvale Upper Wakefield 1856[-1859] Upper Wakefield District Councillor Memorial 375/96

BLEECHMORE, Janet widow Exeter 1909[-1911] Memorial 54/461

No 1

BLEECHMORE, Joseph Edwin licensed victualler Auburn 1866. Director Auburn Town Hall Company Application 7348

BLEECHMORE, Joseph E land broker Auburn 1872 Memorial 82/258

BLEECHMORE, Joseph E land agent Auburn 1873 Memorial 146/264

BLEECHMORE, Joseph E auctioneer Auburn 1872[-1886] Memorial 126/266 Land broker Auburn 1873 Memorial 58/266

No 1

BLEECHMORE, JE & Co auctioneers Auburn 1878 Memorial 140/306

BLEECHMORE, Joseph Edwin auctioneer Auburn, died 10/8/1887. Father of Arthur James Bleechmore merchant's clerk Pt Adelaide and Fred Auburn Bleechmore telegraph master Clare Memorial 85/475

BLEECHMORE, Percy William of Belton 1886 Memorial 137/387

No 1

BLEECHMORE, S Hewlett clerk to Messrs CULLEN & WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide 1877 Memorial 192/303

BLEECHMORE, S Hewlett articled clerk Adelaide 1878 Memorial 233/310

BLEECHMORE, S Hewlett articled clerk to William R WIGLEY solicitor Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 138/327

BLEECHMORE, SH solicitor Adelaide 1906 Memorial 25/456

No 1

BLEECHMORE, William Thomas confectioner Auburn 1855 Memorial 402/86

BLEECHMORE, William Thomas storkeeper Auburn 1866. Director Auburn Town Hall Company Application 7348

BLEEMEL, Edward farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 423/67

No 1

BLEEZE, James brickmaker Norwood 1855 Memorial 38/93

BLEEZE, James brickmaker Hahndorf 1856 Memorial 297/112

BLEEZE, James brickmaker Hahndorf 1856[-1862] Memorial 47/172

BLEEZE, James brickmaker formerly of Hahndorf but then of Woodside 1865 Application 10944

BLEEZE, James Edward bootmaker Birdwood and BLEEZE, Llewellen James fitter Birdwood 1920 Application 26854

No 1

BLEEZE, Walter Thomas bootmaker Gumeracha 1923 Memorial 2/488

BLEEZE, Walter Thomas bootmaker Gumeracha and Rubena Olive Bleeze his wife 1940 Memorial 56/515

BLEEZE, Walter Thomas bootmaker Gumeracha and Rubena Olive Bleeze his wife 1955 Application 29118

No 1

BLEESER, Florenz bootmaker Woodside 1886[-1889] Memorial 177/381

BLEESER, Florenz storekeeper Woodside, died 30/10/1918. Estate worth £2,100. Father of Christine Florentine Theodore PREISS wife of Carl August Preiss farmer Devon Downs Murray River, Florenz August Carl Bleeser, Friedrich Albert Ferdinand Bleeser and the late Hedwig Caroline Gertrud PFEIFFER. Grandfather of Hermann Bleeser Pfeiffer. Friend of Lavinia Mary KLEINSCHMIDT wife of Hermann Alfred Kleinschmidt carpenter Woodside Memorial 172/477

BLEEZER, Florenz storekeeper and bootmaker Woodside, died 30/10/1918. He left his entire estate in equal shares to his daughter and his two sons, by 1928, were - Florentine Theodora Christine PREIS widow via Sunnyside Mannum; Florenz August Carl Bleezer clerk Port Darwin Northern Territory; Felix Albert Ferdinand Bleezer gardener Mildura Vic. Likely that Florenz August Templar Preiss farmer Devon Downs, Murray River 1923 was a grandson of Florenz Bleezer Application 27201

BLEIMEYER, Helene widow Tanunda died c1874. Advertisement for the sale of her home in Elizabeth Place, Tanunda Australische Deutsche Zeitung, late 1874, 'and the posting of 25 handbills in and about the neighbourhood of Tanunda' Application 16871

No 1

BLENCOWE, Francis farmer Petersburg 1890[-1896] Memorial 193/403

BLENCOWE, Francis grazier Yalpara 1896[-1908] Memorial 209/429

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

BLENCOWE, George painter formerly of Adelaide but now of the Para, and Ellen Blencowe his wife 1850 Memorial 259/25

BLENCOWE, George farmer Gould Creek 1852 Memorial 296/43.

BLENCOWE, George farmer One Tree Hill 1855 Memorial 248/84

BLENCOWE, George farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Hundred of Stanley land grant 1858[-1865] Grant Book 56 Page 143 County Stanley

BLENCOWE, George farmer Glendore. Glendore Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1864 Memorial 202/197

BLENCOWE, George farmer Black Springs 1871[-1874] Memorial 116/253

BLENCOWE, George farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 199 County Dalhousie

BLENCOWE, George farmer Yongala 1883 Memorial 249/347

BLENCOWE, George the Elder farmer Yongala 1883 Memorial 219/349

BLENCOWE, George farmer Eurilpa 1887 Memorial 41/383

BLENCOWE, George farmer Glendore Trustee of the Glendore Primitive Methodist Chapel 1938 Application 28122

BLENCOWE, Henry Hurtle farmer One Tree Hill 1939 Application 28232

No 1

BLENCOWE, John sawyer Adelaide and Mary Blencowe his wife 1840 Memorial 48/304, Application 23104

BLENCOWE, John sawyer Gould Creek and Mary Blencowe his wife 1849 Memorial 164/52

BLENCOWE, John painter The Para 1850 Memorial 260/25

BLENCOWE, John the Elder farmer Gould Creek near the Little Para 1852 Memorial 46/42.

BLENCOWE, John farmer One Tree Hill 1863 Memorial 91/222

BLENCOWE, Mary widow [of John Blencowe] near Riverton, died 28/8/1875, of bronchitis, aged 73. Children of the above couple included, Robert Blencowe farmer One Tree Hill, and Mary Ann Connell nee Blencowe, who had married Robert CONNELL farmer Glencoe (Father: Alex Connell) on 2/3/1865 John Blencowe home Saw Pit Valley. MC WILSON officiating minister. Mary Ann Connell 36 dressmaker widow 1868, with 3 living children, (Parents: John Blencowe and Mary nee DRINKWATER), remarried to John EMERY 32 bachelor carpenter Camperdown Vic (Parents: Thomas Emery wheelwright and Sarah nee FINCH), on 2/1/1886 Geelong Registry Office Application 21348

No 2

BLENCOWE, John carrier Thebarton 1864 Memorial 46/200

No 1

BLENCOWE, Nathaniel warehouseman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 307/111

BLENCOWE, Nathaniel farmer Bowden 1858 Memorial 266/141

BLENCOWE, Nathaniel grocer Bowden 1859[-1863] Memorial 63/162

BLENCOWE, Nathaniel storekeeper Bowden 1863 Application 3880

No 1

BLENCOWE, Thomas gentleman Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 308/111

BLENCOWE, Thomas messenger Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 44/210

BLENCOWE, Thomas Henry farmer Black Springs Co Burra. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 76 County Dalhousie

BLENKINSOP, Anthony Fox farmer Mt Barker District 1854 Memorial 82/72

BLENKINSOP, Joseph Fisher gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 116/104

BLENKINSOP, William tailor Norwood 1854[-1872] Memorial 114/68

No 1

BLENKIRON, Henry of Evandale near Truro 1861 Memorial 282/179

BLENKIRON, Henry farmer Mt Eagle Keyneton 1866 Application 7545

BLENKIRON, Thomas farmer near Towitta 1881[-1886] Memorial 226/335

BLESCHECK, Stephen farmer Tothill Belt 1918 Memorial 21/477

BLESING, Ernst Gotthilf farmer Hamilton on the Light 1869 Memorial 233/241

BLESING, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hamilton on the Light 1882 Application 19126

BLESING, Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 197/77

BLEWETT, Edward Henry miner Bettana 1888 Memorial 34/390

BLEWIT, Charles farmer Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 114 County Gawler

No 1

BLEYMEYER, Johann George cooper Tanunda 1853 Memorial 364/46

BLEYMEYER, Johann George cooper Tanunda and Helena Bleymeyer his wife 1857 Memorial 276/119

BLIESCHKE, Carl of Truro 1867[-1883] Memorial 68/224

BLIESCHKE, David Victor and George Robert Blieschke farmers Melrose 1938 Application 28155

No 1

BLIESCHKE, Friedrich Gustav Julius farmer Hundred of Wongyarra 1905 Memorial 186/452

BLIESCHKE, Friedrich Gustav Julius Fritz farmer Melrose linked with Carl Blieschke farmer Melrose 1906 Memorial 64/455

No 1

BLIGH, James William no details purchased Pt Lincoln land in 1842 Deposit 239/1883

BLIGH, James William gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 229/33

BLIGH, James William attorney of the Supreme Court formerly of Adelaide but then of Sydney NSW 1856 Memorial 397/95

BLIGHT, Bertie Ronald labourer Gawler, aged 34 in 1930 Application 27778

BLIGHT, Douglas Gordon grazier Wistow linked with Gordon Cyril Frederick Blight grazier formerly of Wistow but now of Victor Harbor 1954 Memorial 165/529

BLIGHT, Elizabeth spinster Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882[-1885] Grant Book 24 Page 743 County Frome

No 1

BLIGHT, Francis yeoman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 104/286

BLIGHT, Francis farmer Pine Forest 1844 Enfield Primitive Methodist Chapel and school trustee Memorial 410/3

BLIGHT, Francis miner Enfield 1847 Memorial 180/83

BLIGHT, Francis farmer Enfield 1851 Memorial 15/32

BLIGHT, Francis yeoman Adelaide [Should the address be Enfield?] and Mary Blight his wife 1852[-1853] Memorial 15/43.

BLIGHT, Francis farmer Section 4105 Hundred of Munno Para 1858 Memorial 347/142

BLIGHT, Francis formerly farmer Enfield 1851 but now farmer and poundkeeper Angle Vale 1870 Application 10774

BLIGHT, Francis farmer Mundoora 1881 Memorial 63/335

No 2

BLIGHT, Francis the Younger farmer Hundred of Erskine 1887 Memorial 196/386

BLIGHT, Frederick James farmer and grazier Wistow, died 19/11/1949 Adelaide. Husband of Catherine Blight. Father of Gordon Cyril Frederick Blight, Clarice Pretoria CRATON, Lillian Mabel DOLAN and Ismay Daisy Blight Memorial 126/525

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BLIGHT, James miner Reedy Creek 1855 Memorial 376/94

BLIGHT, James the Elder farmer Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 244/153

BLIGHT, James the Younger farmer Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 94/113

BLIGHT, James farmer Mt Barker Springs 1881 and Maria Blight his wife formerly Maria BURGESS widow of the late Robert Burgess of Blakiston Application 18570

BLIGHT, James the Younger farmer Mt Barker Creek Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 743 County Frome

BLIGHT, James the Younger farmer Wilmington 1893[-1894] Memorial 248/419

BLIGHT, James the Younger farmer Mt Barker Springs 1899 Memorial 237/438

BLIGHT, James the Younger sheepfarmer Mt Barker Springs 1906 Memorial 117/455

BLIGHT, James sheepfarmer Mt Barker Springs, died c1905. Father of seven sons - William James Blight farmer of WA, Thomas Henry Blight farmer Horsham Vic, Charles Blight farmer Horsham Vic, Frank Blight farmer Willowie, John Blight farmer Willowie, Stephen George Blight farmer Willowie, and Frederick James Blight farmer Mt Barker Springs Memorial 174/467

BLIGHT, James sheepfarmer Mt Barker Springs, died not stated. Husband of Sarah Blight who died before him. Children as at 1913 - Thomas Henry Blight farmer formerly of Horsham Vic but now of Evengeline NSW, Charles Blight farmer Horsham Vic, William James Blight farmer Fremantle WA, Frank Blight farmer Willowie, John Blight farmer Willowie, Annie Blight of WA widow of Stephen George Blight who died 26/2/1897, and Frederick James Blight farmer Wistow Memorial 38/469

No 2

BLIGHT, James farmer near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Anne land grant 1871 Grant Book 60 Page 11 County Victoria

No 1

BLIGHT, John labourer Willowie. Thomas Henry Blight mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 47/387

BLIGHT, John farmer Willowie 1887[-1888] Memorial 60/389

No2

BLIGHT, John farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

BLIGHT, John Dunstan clerk Colonel Light Gardens 1928 Memorial 25/499

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

BLIGHT, Joseph gold digger Forest Creek near Castlemaine Vic 1859 He sold land in Kooringa Memorial 249/151

BLIGHT, Joseph yeoman Yankalilla 1864 Memorial 57/199

BLIGHT, Richard farmer Monarto 1881 Memorial 153/334

BLIGHT, Selina spinster Mt Barker Creek Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 743 County Frome

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BLIGHT, Thomas Henry farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1884

Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

BLIGHT, Thomas Henry farmer Quorn 1886 Memorial 122/381

BLIGHT, Thomas Henry farmer Hundred of Palmer 1887 Memorial 79/384

No 1

BLIGHT, William blacksmith Penwortham 1853[-1854] Memorial 346/61

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BLIGHT, William yeoman Clare 1853 Memorial 203/48

BLIGHT, William farmer Grove Farm near Clare 1854[-1862] Memorial 161/76

BLIGHT, William farmer Clare 1857[-1860] Memorial 57/129

BLIGHT, William farmer Clare 1862 Application 2864

No 3 - probably linked with No 2

BLIGHT, William grocer Clare linked with William Henry Blight baker Clare 1902 Memorial 146/446

BLIGHT, William baker Clare, died 22/9/1902 Memorial 109/449

BLIGHT, William storekeeper Clare 1880[-1902], died 22/9/1902. Father of William Henry Blight baker Clare, Harry Blight grocer Clare and Clara Blight spinster Clare by 1915 Memorial 81/473

BLIGHT, William baker Clare, died 22/9/1902. His estate worth £1,100. W Blight came to live in Clare during 1879. Husbandof Jane Blight. She died 10/12/1906, leaving a £2,000 estate. Children of the marriage included William Henry Blight, Clara Blight and Harry Blight bakers and grocers Clare, trading as Blight Bros. Other children mentioned without description in Mrs Blight' will included Joseph, James, Mary Jane and Eliza Blight, but apparently not helping in the business. Jane Blight's will contains interesting data on how the family business was to be run. Miss Clarinda Blight also in the partnership, but apparently not actively involved. However, she could then vote in the Corporation elections. By 1922, Harry Blight had become a grocer at Plympton Application 27045

No 4

BLIGHT, William mason Penola 1898. Husband of Agnes Selina Blight and father of William Alfred Blight of Penola Memorial 242/436

BLIGHT, William labourer Penola 1926 Memorial 180/494

BLIGHT, William mason Penola linked with William Alfred farmer formerly of Penola but now of Morgan 1929 Memorial 154/502

BLIGHT, William mason Penola, died 24/4/1933. Executors; Robert BALNAVES and John Oliver FOWLER storekeepers Penola Memorial 129/506

BLIGHT, William mason Penola, died 24/4/1933. He left his entire £573 estate to his children in equal shares. Family in 1938 included: William Alfred Blight farmer Waikerie; Joseph Henry Blight railway porter Willunga; James Blight postal employee GPO Adelaide; John Harris Blight of Renmark; Jane SNELL married woman Birregurra; and Rosina MCLEAN married woman 34 Tucker St, Adelaide. W Blight's wife, Agnes Selina Blight, had already died 16/8/1925, of lobar pneumonia and rheumatoid arthritis, aged 62. Born in Adelaide. Married aged 23. 4 sons and 2 daughters living Application 28088

No 5

BLIGHT, William storekeeper Wallaroo 1871 Memorial 245/252

No 6

BLIGHT, William Henry baker Clare 1910 Application 25809

BLIGHT, William Henry baker Clare 1923, declared that he had lived in Clare for at least 45 years Application 27102

BLIGHT, William Henry grocer Clare 1924 declared that he had lived in the town for more than 40 years Application 27213

BLIGHT, William James farmer Mt Barker Creek Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882[-1888] Grant Book 24 Page 743 County Frome

BLIGHT, William Leonard JP licensed landbroker Pt Pirie 1947 Memorial 186/521

No 1

BLIGHT, William Martin of Broughton Extension. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 14 Page 376 County Daly

BLIGHT, William Martin farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 379 County Daly

BLINMAN, James and Thomas butchers Adelaide 1856 Memorial 385/99

No 1

BLINMAN, Robert farmer Hutt River 1853[-1854] Memorial 121/53

No 2

BLINMAN, Robert shepherd Mt Deception had an interest in the Wheal Blinman Mine near Angorichina 1860[-1861] Memorials 82/172, 236/182

BLINMAN, TJ clerk Young St, Parkside 1887 Memorial 216/389

BLINMAN, Thomas Walter butcher Adelaide (Brown St) 1859[-1862] Memorial 295/149

No 1 - perhap the same person

BLINMAN, William carpenter Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850[-1853] Memorial 306/22

BLINMAN, William licensed victualler Adelaide (Flinders St) 1865 Memorial 171/206

BLISS, Albert Julius labourer Hahndorf 1886 Application 21081

No 1

BLISS, Richard engineer Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 240/22

BLISS, Richard engineer Noarlunga 1851 Memorial 341/38.

BLITLE, Joseph farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 231/57

BLIZARD, Alfred of Nairne 1867[-1873] Memorial 8/222

BLOASE, Simon farmer Upper Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 74/67

BLOCK, Daniel yeoman Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 124/20

BLOCK, Gustav Adolph linked with Section 170 Hundred of Bundey Co Burra 1885 Memorial 88/367

BLOCK, Marx farmer Monarto Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 370 County Sturt

BLOFFWITCH, Jane spinster Gawler South 1911 Memorial 33/465

BLOFFWITCH, Thomas forgeman Bowden 1926 Application 27497

BLOM, George Clunies wool clerk North Adelaide (59 Mills Tce) changed his name to George Clunies CLUNIES-ROSS 1931. Born at Keeling, Cocos Islands, but resident for some years in England Memorial 89/504

BLOMBURY, George Frederick publican Broughton Hotel, Pt Broughton 1909 Memorial 31/462

BLOMFIELD, Henry Benjamin Goodyear labourer Pt Adelaide 1913 Application 26248

No 1

BLOMFIELD, Sarah Alice widow Norwood 1887 Application 21228

BLOMFIELD, Sarah Alice widow Kent Town 1900 Application 23964

No 1 - the Elder

BLOMFIELD, Stephen the Elder butcher Norwood 1864[-1871] father of Stephen Blomfield the Younger, Susanna Mary Blomfield and Eliza Blomfield. He died 1874 Memorial 153/278

BLOMFIELD, Stephen Senr butcher Norwood died date unstated. Husband of Susannah Clapp Blomfield. Children - Stephen Blomfield Junr butcher Adelaide; Susannah Mary Blomfield spinster Adelaide; Eliza nee Blomfield wife of Solomon WILLIAMS ironmonger Clare 1881 Application 18484

No 1 - the Younger

BLOMFIELD, Stephen the Younger butcher Adelaide (Pirie St) 1867 Memorial 199/221

BLOMFIELD, Stephen butcher Adelaide 1881 Memorial 91/330

BLOMFIELD, Stephen butcher The Parade Norwood 1881 Memorial 204/331

No 1

BLOMQUIST, Erik farmer Black Rock 1897 Memorial 5/432

BLOMQUIST, Erik farmer Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 421 County Dalhousie

BLONDEL, Howard Fitz John of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 13/392

BLONDEL, JB clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 208/362

No 1 - probably the same person

BLONDETT, James farmer Adelaide 1853[-1856] Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 141/61

BLONDETT, James yeoman Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 118/108

BLONDETT, James miner formerly of Mt Barker but now of Amherst Vic 1858 Memorial 215/143

No 1

BLOOD, John Henry Smyth of of Beltana 1878 Memorial 89/313

BLOOD, John Henry Smyth postmaster Auburn 1883[-1887] Memorial 6/349

BLOOD, Dr MHS of Kapunda had 9 children who survived infancy. The following children died before he made his will on 4/2/1880 - Matthew Smyth Blood died 1874/1875 intestate. Catherine PITCHER died c1868, leaving issue, John Blood Pitcher Clerk in the ES & A Bank. The following children died after the doctor had made his will - Dorothea Julianne CHRISTOE, without a will. John Henry Smyth Blood. Surviving children - Marianne SALTER postmistress Brighton, Mary Bagot GALLOWAY postmistress Clarendon, William Smyth Blood of Kadia NSW and Susannah Smyth Blood, and Fredericka Frances Maria Ann Smith Blood spinsters storekeepers Kapunda. Grandson Matthew Henry SALTER clerk in HMCS Adelaide gave this information 1892 Application 22401

No 1

BLOOD, Robert labourer Payneham 1846 Memorial 208/7

BLOOD, Robert gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1873 Memorial 130/265 Gentleman Box Hill Vic 1873 Memorial 146/265

BLOOKS, Henry clerk Norwood 1865 Memorial 254/204

BLOOM, Charles miner Adelaide (Sturt St) 1858 Memorial 254/139

BLOOMER, Patrick farmer Mt Gambier 1873 Memorial 147/266

BLOOMFIELD, Charles farmer Nairne 1856 Memorial 270/101

BLOOMFIELD, John contractor Saddleworth 1869 Memorial 106/237

No 1

BLOOMFIELD, John William farmer Canowie Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 51 County Victoria

BLOOMFIELD, John William farmer Belalie 1881 Memorial 65/333

BLOOMFIELD, John William farmer Belalie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 46 County Kimberley

No 1

BLOOMFIELD, William mail driver Adelaide and Mary Bloomfield his wife 1850 Memorial 417/21

BLOOMFIELD, William of Adelaide and Mary Bloomfield his wife 1857 Memorial 276/130

BLOOMFIELD, William carter Adelaide and Mary Bloomfield his wife 1858 Memorial 140/145

No 1 - probably the same person

BLOOR, William cooper Adelaide 1857 Memorial 267/123

BLOOR, William gentleman Lower Mitcham 1875 Memorial 89/280

BLORE, Frederick farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 152/144

BLOTT, Joshua ironmonger Kooringa 1891[-1893] Memorial 79/411

No 1

BLOTT, William Peter farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 12 County Burra. Farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1900 Grant Book 9 Page 13 County Burra

BLOTT, Sarah widow Kooringa 1906[-1933], died 13/12/1933. Mother of Leonard Blott labourer 26 Dudley St, Semaphore, Francis Clement Blott labourer Kooringa, Louisa May WHITEHORN widow Bower Crescent, Pt Adelaide; Millicent Ivy PARKS married woman Bower Road, Semaphore, and William Rignold Blott labourer Kooringa. Grandmother of Eric Blott labourer Morphett Vale 1935 Memorial 68/509 & Application 28995

BLOTT, Sarah widow of the late William Peter Blott Chapel St, Burra, died 13/12/1933 13 Company St, Semaphore, of hyperpyrexia and acute cardiac failure, aged 76. Born at Black Rock, she had married at 26 years. Family - 3 sons ad 2 daughters living; 1 son deceased. Leonard Blott labourer 26 Dudley St Semaphore, Francis Clement Blott labourer Kooringa, Louisa May WHITEHORN widow Bower Crescent Pt Adelaide, Millicent Ivy PARKS married woman Bower Rd, Semaphore, and William Rignold Blott labourer Burra. Eric Blott labourer Morphett Vale apparently also treated as a son - really the illegitimate son of Louisa May Whitehorn. She died on 6/4/1946 Application 28995

BLOXHAM, Arthur stockholder Hundred of Saddleworth 1857 Memorial 110/127

BLOXHAM, C a 'Court managing clerk to Messrs CM & JB MUIRHEAD solicitors Adelaide 1893 Memorial 215/416

No 1

BLOXHAM, Henry A'Court solicitor Adelaide 1865 Memorial 107/202

BLOXHAM, H A'Court solicitor Wallaroo Bay 1866 Memorial 192/216

BLOXHAM, H A'Court solicitor Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 88/236

BLOXHAM, Henry A’Court solicitor Mt Gambier, died c1872. He left his estate to his wife, Emma Mary Ann Bloxam Application 21033

BLOXHAM, Emma Mary Ann widow Mt Gambier 1875[-1882] Memorial 56/286

BLOXHAM, Emma Mary Ann widow Glenelg 1883[-1890] Memorial 108/348

BLOXHAM, Emma Mary Ann widow North Adelaide 1895 Application 23000

BLOY, Richard of Adelaide 1864 Memorial 348/193

BLUE, Archibald Gollan farmer Sea View Noarlunga 1903 Memorial 184/448

BLUE, John ironworker Gumeracha Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 575 County Frome

No 1 - probably the same person

BLUE, Sinclair medical practitioner Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 232/82

BLUE, William Archibald Sinclair mdical practitioner Strathalbyn 1882 Memorial 249/345

BLUE, William Archibald Sinclair mdical practitioner formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Largs 1891 Memorial 42/408

BLUECHER/BLUCHER/BLÜCHER, Caspar Joachim farmer Black Springs on Salt Creek 1858 Memorial 15/133

No 1 - probably the same person

BLUECHER/BLUCHER/BLÜCHER, Franz farmer Black Springs on Salt Creek 1853 Memorial 420/51

BLUECHER/BLUCHER/BLÜCHER, Franz Friedrich Heinrich farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 350/54

BLUECHER/BLUCHER/BLÜCHER, Franz Friedrich Heinrich Black Springs on Salt Creek 1858 Memorial 14/133

BLUECHER/BLUCHER/BLÜCHER Franz Friedrich Heinrich and Joachim farmers Neu Mecklenburg 1854 Memorial 130/77

BLUECHER/BLUCHER/BLÜCHER, Fritz farmer Hundred of Lindley. Hundred of Lindley land grant 1886 Grant Book 9 Page 192 County Burra

No 1 - probably the same person

BLUECHER/BLUCHER/BLÜCHER, Heinrich farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1852 Memorial 50/41.

BLUECHER/BLUCHER/BLÜCHER, Joachim Heinrich farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1854[-1858]. Memorial 309/70

BLUECHER/BLUCHER/BLÜCHER, Heinrich Friedrich Theodor road contractor Apoinga near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1910 Grant Book 8 Page 66 County Burra

No 1

BLUFF, William labourer Enfield 1850[-1853] Memorial 406/19

Labourer Pine Forest 1850 Memorial 167/21

BLUFF, William labourer Enfield 1854 Memorial 37/69

BLUFF, William farmer Enfield 1865[-1888] Memorial 43/206

BLUFF, William farmer Enfield 1878 Application 16764

BLUFF, William labourer Enfield 1882 Application 19419

BLUFF, William farmer Enfield, died 26/1/1897. His estate worth £205. All his estate to go to his wife, Caroline Bluff,in trust for life, then to Charles Bluff hawker Enfield absolutely in remainder expectant, and failing him to his wife Application 27516

BLUFF, William farmer Enfield, died 26/1/1897. Husband of Caroline Bluff. Charles Bluff hawker Enfield and Elizabeth Bluff his wife also belonged to this family. Estate worth £205 Memorials 177 & 214/434

BLUM, Georg August blacksmith Blumberg and Maria Johanna Margarethe Blum his wife 1872 Memorial 75/294

No 1

BLUM, Hermann blacksmith North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 496/26

BLUM, Adolph Hermann blacksmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 94/42

BLUME, August farmer Mt Gambier 1886 Application 21002

No 1

BLUME, Carl farmer Mt Torrens 1849[-1854] Memorial 473/13

Co Grey land grant 1853 Memorial 499/60

BLUME, Carl farmer Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 69/184

BLUME, Carl farmer formerly of Mt Torrens but now of Mt Gambier 1863 Memorial 18/191

BLUME, Carl farmer Carapook Vic residing for the time being at Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 54/255

BLUME, Carl farmer formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Sandford Vic 1873 Memorial 114/267

BLUME, Carl farmer formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Carapook near Sandford Vic1875 Memorial 200/282

No 1 - possibly mixture of Elder and Younger

BLUME, Carl August farmer Lobethal 1850 Memorial 197/26

BLUME, Carl August stockowner Sandford Vic 1878 Memorial 230/310

BLUME, Carl August farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1883 Grant Book 31 Page 4 County Grey

BLUME, Carl August farmer Mt Gambier 1894[-1900] Memorial 45/423

BLUME, Carl farmer Mt Gambier 1909 Application 25633

BLUME, Carl August farmer Mt Gambier 1905 Application 24966

BLUME, Carl August farmer near Mt Gambier, died 30/5/1917. He had formerly been a farmer at Mt Torrens. His surviving children in 1938 included Carl Blume retired grazier formerly of Balmoral Station near Winton Qld but now of Brisbane, Eduard Gotthard Blume grazier formerly of Ascot Brisbane but now of Longreach Qld, and Ema FRAYNE nee Blume wife of Leslie Frederick Frayne of Glenelg. A granddaughter called Emma DREDGE lived at Hawthorne near Melbourne Vic. CA Blume apparently had 5 children Application 28118

BLUME, Carl August farmer Mt Gambier, died c1913. Father of Charles Blume grazier Balmoral Station near Winton Qld, Edward Goddard Blume grazier Ascot Brisbane Qld, Minnie Blume and Christina Blume spinsters Mt Gambier. A family connection with Dorothy Alberta DREDGE, Carl Henry James Dredge, John Percival Dredge, and Leslie Victor Dredge. Supreme Court Case 325/1919 Memorial 33/484

BLUME, Carl August farmer Mt Gambier, died not stated. By 1936, his daughter, Minnie Blume had become Mrs PARRINGTON and Christina Blume had become Mrs WALTON. Emma Emilie DREDGE married woman Kew Vic also mentioned Memorial 192/509

BLUME, Carl grazier formerly of Balmoral Station near Winton but now of Brisbane Qld linked with Edward Goddard Blume grazier Ascot Qld 1926 Memorial 47/498

BLUME, Gustav farmer Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 129/164

BLUME, Johann Ernst farmer near Tanunda 1851[-1855] Memorial 148/31

BLUMEL, Eduard barman Old Bushman Inn Gawler 1860 Memorial 250/167

No 1

BLUMEL, Gottlob farmer Gumeracha 1852[-1855] Memorial 410/44

BLÜMEL, Johann Gottlob farmer Blumberg 1853[-1858] Memorial 378/60

No 1

BLUMNER/BLÜMNER, Gotthilf Leberecht Hartman gardener Hahndorf 1854 Memorial 62/64

BLUMNER/BLÜMNER, Gotthilf Leberecht Hartman farmer Hahndorf 1856 Memorial 143/97

BLUMNER/BLÜMNER, Gotthilf Leberecht Hartmann miner formerly of Lobethal 1854, but now of Sandhurst Vic 1862. Jasper KRÜSS was his SA attorney Application 3648

BLUMNER, Gotthilf Leberecht Hartmann gentleman Hahndorf. He left his land in Hahndorf to Friedrich Adolph Zesch for life and then to his wife, Juliane Friedericke Luise Zesch absolutely in remainder expectant. Some link, perhaps family or sentimental, with Daniel Joseph O’BRIEN and his heirs 1854 Application 28628

BLUMSDEN, John farmer Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 206 County Dalhousie

BLUMSDEN, William farmer Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1896 Grant Book 13 Page 204 County Dalhousie

BLUMSON, WS civil servant Adelaide 1924 Memorial 134/491

No 1

BLUNDELL, Bryan merchant Adelaide 1858 Memorial 80/140

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BLUNDELL, Bryan William Pole farmer Bay Road, Plympton and Mary Kate Blundell his wife 1905 Memorial 80/454

BLUNDELL, Bryan William Pole farmer Bryanston Farm Macclesfield. His wife, Mary Kate Blundell, died 6/8/1910 Strathalbyn. Estate worth £1,500 Memorial 200/463

BLUNDELL, Bryan William Pole farmer Bryanston Farm Macclesfield. His wife, Mary Kate Blundell, died 6/8/1910 Macclesfield. She left her entire estate, worth £1,500, to her husband Application 26473

BLUNDELL, Bryan William Pole farmer Macclesfield linked with RP Blundell tobacco twister Adelaide 1914 Memorial 193/471

No 1 - probably the same person

BLUNDELL, John Pole wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 113/75

BLUNDELL, John Pole gentleman Adelaide 1863 Memorial 324/191

BLUNDELL, John Pole accountant Norwood 1881 Memorial 14/333, Application 18645

BLUNDEN, HT of Glen Osmond 1869 Memorial 196/304

No 1

BLUNDEN, Henry labourer Mt Gambier and Elizabeth Blunden his wife linked with William Blunden labourer Mt Gambier and Jane Blunden his wife 1885 Memorial 11/372

BLUNDEN, Henry of Mt Gambier and Elizabeth Blunden his wife 1890 Memorial 150/401

BLUNDEN, Henry labourer Mt Gambier. His wife, Elizabeth Blunden, died 1/12/1894 intestate. Letters of administration to her husband 1895 Application 25352

BLUNDEN, William labourer Mt Gambier 1901 Application 24173

BLUNDEN, William gardener near Mt Gambier, died 20/10/1903, of senile decay, aged 83. His widow, Jane Blunden, removed to Bakewell Rd, Evandale, where she died 13/5/1917. She probably lived with a niece, Alice Jane WRIGHT (her maiden name?), who married Joseph WRIGHT formerly labourer Mt Gambier 1877-1913 now carpenter Evandale from 1913. James Richard Wright labourer Mt Gambier would appear to be a relative Application 26571

No 1

BLUNDEN, John surgeon Adelaide 1846 Memorial 302/6

BLUNDEN, John Esquire Gilleston Park near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 346/7

No 1

BLUNDEN, William labourer Mt Barker 1858[-1877] Memorial 171/147

No 2 – FIND TEST FOR CONTINUITY FIND OBITS

BLUNDEN, William labourer Mt Gambier and Jane Blunden his wife 1878 Memorial 22/311

BLUNDEN, Jane widow formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Bakewell Rd, Evandale relict of the late William Blunden formerly labourer Mt Gambier now deceased 1917 Memorial 78/475

No 1

BLUNDSTONE, William of Mt Remarkable 1859 Application 818

BLUNDSTONE, William of Melrose 1866, died 10/10/1908 Memorial 42/482

BLUNSDEN, John farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

BLUNSDEN, Thomas farmer Minburra Co Herbert 1885 Memorial 115/372

BLUNT, Fanny Eleanor spinster 98 The Parade, Norwood, died 15/9/1914. Sister of Catherine Jane Blunt, Emily Matilda LLOYD wife of Henry Arthur Lloyd of Henley Beach, Edith Esmenia Blunt and Robert Bladen Blunt. Aunt to Marcella Eleanor Lloyd, Edith Emily Lloyd, Elsie BOASE wife of Vivian Gilbert Boase of Torrensville (Mrs Lloyd's children), Clarence Driffield Blunt, Gwendoline Mars Blunt and Sylvia Edith Blunt (the last 3 were children of FE Blunt's late brother, Frederick William Blunt) Memorial 38/479

BLUNT, James Trew land agent Woodville 1919, declared that he had been born in 1860 at Woodville. His mother kept a store on Port Road, Woodville. JT Blunt worked for his mother and then took over her business when she retired. He also worked for JS HALL grocer West Hindmarsh, for some 18 months, as a young man, and sold groceries on a round to customers in Woodville at least once a week Application 26812

BLUNT, Joseph White Hart Skittle Saloon proprietor Adelaide (Peel St) 1883 Memorial 97/348

BLUNT, Minnie Adeline spinster Norwood, died 29/6/1913. Linked with Catherine Jane Blunt spinster Norwood Memorial 39/479

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BLUNT, Robert clerk to E WRIGHT the Younger Gresham St, Adelaide 1855 Memorial 295/91

BLUNT, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1857[-1888] Memorial 117/129

BLUNT, Robert land agent Adelaide 1859 Memorial 147/159

BLUNT, Robert accountant Norwood 1874 Memorial 43/276

BLUNT, Robert civil servant Adelaide 1886 Memorial 5/375

BLUNT, Robert civil servant The Parade Norwood, died 17/10/1901. Husband of Eleanor Ann Blunt. Father of Catherine Jane Blunt, Emily Matilda LLOYD wife of Henry Arthur Harry Lloyd surveyor Osmond Tce, Norwood, Fanny Eleanor Blunt, Edith Ismenia Blunt and Minnie Adeline Blunt. Estate worth £2,906 Memorial 147/445

BLUNT, Robert land agent Norwood 1860 Application 1092

BLUNT, Robert clerk Norwood 1865 Application 6024

BLUNT, Robert Registrar of Insolvencies Adelaide 1873 Application 13618.

BLUNT, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1881 Application 18668.

BLUNT, Robert Official Receiver of the Court of Insolvency Adelaide 1887 Application 21292

BLUNT, Robert civil servant The Parade, Norwood, died 17/10/1901. His estate, worth £2,906, to his wife, Eleanor Ann Blunt, for life, then in equal shares to his five daughters, Catherine Jane Blunt (born 1862 Norwood), Emily Matilda LLOYD wife of Harry Lloyd, Fanny Eleanor Blunt (died 15/9/1914 Adelaide), Edith Ismenia Blunt (born 1852 Norwood), and Minnie Adeline Blunt (died 29/6/1913 Norwood intestate). A son, Frederick William Blunt, had died, leaving children - Clarence Duffield Blunt Gwendoline Mars Blunt and Sylvia Edith Blunt. Another son called Robert Bladin Blunt. Emily Lloyd, wife of Henry Arthur Lloyd surveyor formerly The Parade Norwood now Henley Beach by 1914 had the following children - Marella Eleanor Lloyd, Edith Emily Lloyd, Elsie BOASE wife of Vivian Gilbert Boase of Torrensville. By 1923, Mrs Lloyd was a widow and lived in Prospect. In 1919, the surviving spinster Blunt sisters sold their land at Norwood and shifted to Torrensville Application 26911

BLUNTISH, A Stanford of Gumeracha 1883 Memorial 4/355

No 1

BLYTH, Arthur, BOORD, JC and GRAVES, JC all of Adelaide local directors of the National Bank of Australasia 1861 Memorial 65/174

BLYTH, Sir Arthur formerly of Adelaide but now residing in London, Middlesex, England 1879 Memorial 41/321

BLYTH, Arthur formerly of Adelaide but now of 8 Victoria Chambers, Westminster, Middlesex, England 1886 Memorial 142/376

BLYTH, Eliza Sarah Emily spinster The Rowans Albion Road, Sutton,

Surrey (Father: Arthur Blyth Agent-General SA deceased) m Robert Grant

MURRAY master mariner 38 Weymout St, Portland Place, London (Father-James Somerville Murray clergyman deceased) on 23/8/1893 Christ Church parish church Sutton, Surrey, England Deposit 49/1895

BLYTH, Arthur Trevor engineer The Semaphore and Beatrice Evelyn Dransfield Blyth his wife linked with William Creswick Blyth of Barrow Creek Northern Territory of SA 1909 Memorial 42/462

No 1

BLYTH, Frederick Samuel Captain in HM 40th Foot Regiment formerly of Adelaide but now of Castlemaine Vic 1856 Memorial 155/107

BLYTH, Frederick Samuel of Adelaide captain in HM 4th Foot Regiment 1862 Memorial 320/185

BLYTH, Frederick Samuel Major in HM 40th Foot Regiment formerly of Adelaide but now of New Zealand 1864 Memorial 242/193

BLYTH, George farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 304/52

No 1

BLYTH, Howard farmer Dry Creek 1850 Memorial 151/24

BLYTH, Howard gentleman Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 66/51

Esquire JP Dry Creek 1854[-1855] Memorial 354/65

BLYTH, Howard gentleman Adelaide and Edgar Howard Blyth his son an infant under the age of 21 1855 Memorial 442/80

BLYTH, Howard formerly of Dry Creek but then of 14 Church Hill, Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, died c1898 Memorial 213/434

BLYTH, Howard Edgar born 24/7/1852, son of Howard Blyth farmer Dry Creek and Hannah Cooper Blyth nee Blyth, his wife. By 1876, Howard Blyth was living in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was a brother to Arthur Blyth the SA politician Application 14851

BLYTH, J secretary to the SA Phonograph Company Ltd of Rundle St, Adelaide 1924 Memorial 37/490

BLYTH, James farmer Balhannah. He laid out Blyth Town on Pt Section 4013 Hundred of Onkaparinga - now part of the township of Balhannah 1855[-1868] Memorial 177/86

No 1

BLYTH, William merchant Adelaide 1843[-1849] Memorial 99/3

BLYTH, William merchant Adelaide. North Kapunda Mining Company Director 1849 Memorial 451/36

BLYTH, William Esquire Kensington 1852 Memorial 60/40

BLYTH, William Esquire formerly of Kensington but now of Mitcham 1854 Memorial 178/78

BLYTH, William merchant Kensington bought Allotment 6 facing Kensington Tce in Kensington during 1840. He boult a house, stables and other buildings, fenced the land and planted trees. Afterwards, he lived there for many years. William Wilkins Blyth Corporation Officer 1881 lived there with his father for the whole of the time. A creek ran through the property Application 18438

No 1

BLYTHMAN, George farmer Mitcham 1872 Memorial 84/258

BLYTHMAN, George farmer Mitcham Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 346 County Gawler

BLYTHMAN, John farmer Mitcham. Thomas Blythman mentioned but not described 1876 Memorial 47/289

BLYTHMAN, Thomas labourer Kangarilla, died 13/1/1915 Grant Book 2 Page 103 County Adelaide

No 1 – the Elder

BLYTHMAN, William farmer Findon 1852[-1858] Memorial 130/41

Farmer Fenden Port Road 1852 Memorial 266/46

BLYTHMAN, William farmer Reedbeds 1856 Memorial 347/119

BLYTHMAN, William farmer Lower Mitcham, became a bankrupt in 1871 Memorials 71 & 88/255

No 2 – the Younger

BLYTHMAN, William the Younger farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

BOADEN, John contractor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 237/131

BOADLE, RH of Kingston S-E 1882 Memorial 187/344

BOAN, Henry of Stalmore Place, Mt Barker 1844 Memorial 443/7

No 1

BOARD, James yeoman New Hamburgh 1855[-1857] Memorial 21/82

Butcher New Hamburgh 1859 Memoral 170/155

BOARD, James butcher New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn, died 23/4/1861. Husband of Caroline Board and father of George Board and Ann Board. Caroline Board remarried 3/10/1867 to Peter SIMPSON and died 11/11/1896. By 1898, their son George Board was a farmer at Apsley Vic and his sister Ann Board, had married Joseph William THOMAS on 9/5/1867 and their family had also become farmers at Apsley Memorials 239 & 240/436

No 1

BOARD, Joseph dairyman Bowden 1853 Memorial 413/48

BOARD, Joseph formerly of Bowden now of Forest Creek , Mt Alexander Vic 1853, appointed his wife, Mary Ann Board of Bowden as his local attorney to attend to his affairs Memorial 435/48

BOARD, William farmer Inkerman 1890 Memorial 15/401

BOAS, Abraham Tobias Hebrew minister Adelaide 1894 Memorial 215/420

BOASE, Arthur John commission agent Adelaide 1891 Memorial 236/409

BOASE, Frederick William accountant and estate agent The Avenue Windsor near Melbourne Vic linked with Mary Boase widow formerly of Norwood but now of Windsor Vic 1884 Memorials 108 & 109/363

BOASE, Frederick William Joseph accountant Henly Beach Rd, Mile End 1926 Application 27483

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOASE, James of Nairne 1860 Application 1453

BOASE, James miner Nairne 1866 Memorial 188/208

BOASE, James the Elder and Younger miners Kanmantoo 1865 Memorial 93/217

BOASE, Jemima Eunson widow Nairne, one of the lawful children and next of kin of James Eunson gardener Nairne, who died in March 1898 intestate. A Robert Eunson labourer Nairne also deceased linked to these people Application 24934

BOASE, Jemima widow Murray Bridge, died 24/11/1925, of senility and cerebral haemorrhage, aged 73. Relict of the late James Odgers Boase tanner Nairne. Born Langhorne Creek. Married at age 20. 1 son living (must also be a daughter, as son-in-law H CHAMPION of Murray Bridge mentioned) Memorial 162/516

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOASE, Joseph miner Nairne 1854 Memorial 487/67

BOASE, Joseph miner Nairne 1854 Application 20011.

BOASE, Joseph miner Kanmantoo 1857 Memorial 285/130

BOASE, Joseph the Elder miner Kanmantoo linked with Joseph Boase the Younger horse dealer Adelaide 1868 Memorial 118/231

BOASE, Joseph the Younger horse dealer Hilton 1869 Memorial 226/243

BOASE, Joseph horse dealer Adelaide 1889 Memorial 191/400

BOASE, Joseph auctioneer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 21/350

BOASE, Joseph the Younger formerly horse dealer 1869 now yeoman Hilton 1877 Application 16107

.BOASE, Joseph gardener Hilton 1885 Application 20437.

No 1

BOASE, Simeon gentleman formerly of Kensington but now of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 349/20 Druggist Adelaide 1850 Memorial 491/20

BOASE, Simon gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 392/36

BOASE, Simon farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 117/46

BOASE, Simon farmer Upper Dry Creek. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1853[-1854] Grant Book 1 Page 65 County Adelaide

BOASE, Simon farmer formerly of the Dry Creek but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 194/71

BOASE, Simon farmer Prospect 1855 Memorial 302/93

BOASE, Simon gentleman Cox Creek 1856[-1858] Memorial 456/96

BOASE, Simon gentleman Magill 1859 Memorial 253/155

BOASE, Simon gentleman Kensington, died 1864/1865. He left his entire estate under various trusts to his wife, Mary Boase, his sons, James, Charles and Frederick Boase and his daughters, Priscilla Melba Boase, and Emily Mary Boase Memorial 198/203

BOASE, Simon gentleman Kensington, died 25/3/1865 at sea on his passage from Melbourne to England. His widow, Mary Boase, lived at Norwood by 1875 Memorial 203/282

BOASE, Simon of Kensington, died c1866. He left provision for his wife, Mary Boase, during her widowhood; also provision for their unnamed daughter and sons Charles Boase farmer Adelaide and James Boase and Frederick Boase not described By January 1880, Mary Boase was living in Melbourne Vic, 'but at present sojourning in Adelaide' Memorial 81/323

BOASE, William farmer Kensington 1849 Memorial 231/19

No 1

BOATH, William police constable Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18803

BOATH, William constable Adelaide 1883 Memorial 229/352

BOATH, William lance corporal Hindmarsh 1894 Memorial 191/422

BOBAK, George farmer Belvidere Hundred of Belvidere land grant 1858[-1861] Grant Book 44 Page 26 County Light

BOBIN, Joseph labourer Pt Adelaide 1857[-1863] Memorial 167/114

BOCIAN, Joseph Peter foreman Sevenhill, aged 55 years in 1971, declared he had lived in the district all his life Application 29774

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOCK, Alfred jeweller Adelaide 1840 Application 3933

BOCK, Alfred jeweller Unley 1842 Memorial 169/149

BOCK, Alfred storekeeper Adelaide and Emma Bock his wife formerly Emma SEARLE 1851 Memorial 433/37

BOCK, Alfred licensed victualler Noarlunga 1853[-1857] Memorial 411/57

BOCK, Alfred the Younger licensed victualler Noarlunga 1854[-1856] Memorial 379/74

BOCK, Alfred the Younger licensed victualler Clifton Hotel, McLaren Vale 1857 Memorial 244/128

BOCK, Alfred licensed victualler Adelaide 1859 [He took out a 5-year lease of the Fountain Hotel on pt Section 254 Survey B. In the same year, he assigned the lease to Thomas MACKLIN licensed victualler Millbrook] Memorials 128/151 & 332/156

No 1

BOCK, Alfred Bessell farmer Unley 1845 Memorial 412/4 Jeweller Unley by 1848 Memorial 134/12

BOCK, Alfred Bessell licensed victualler Noarlunga 1849[-1850] Memorial 311/13

Formerly licensed victualler Noarlunga now jeweller Adelaide 1852 Memorial 248/48

Jeweller Adelaide (Leigh St) 1852 Memorial 342/46

BOCK, Alfred Bessell farmer Broadmead Farm Morphett Vale 1854 His farm consisted of '58 acres of arable land and 45 acres of pasture land with the farm house thereon built, with the well, outbuildings and appurtenances' Memorial 62/79

BOCK, Alfred Bessell jeweller Adelaide 1854 Memorial 264/79

BOCK, Alfred Bessell farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Noarlunga 1857 Memorial 203/116

BOCK, August Louis Wilhelm hairdresser Kooringa 1861 Memorial 241/173

BOCK, Carl Claus linked with Section 135 Hundred of Mobilong 1885 Memorial 187/363

BOCK, Carl Johann chemist Adelaide 1890 Application 21795

BOCK, Charles of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 203/389

BOCK, Francis farmer Marion on the Sturt 1858 Memorial 34/144

No 1

BOCK, Georg Dietrich miller Mt Charles 1858 SA Company Mt Charles Steam Flour Mill lease pt Section 5080 Hundred of Onkaparinga Memorial 53/135

BOCK, Georg Dietrich miller near Woodside, became a bankrupt in 1858 Memorial 134/145

BOCK, Heinrich August Friedrich licensed victualler Nuriootpa. GOJF Bock witnessed his signature 1867 Memorial 157/224

No 1

BOCK, Ludwig miner Redruth 1852 Memorial 62/40.

BOCK, Heinrich Christian Ludwig miner Redruth near Kooringa 1853 Memorial 306/57

BOCK, Heinrich Christian Ludwig miner Redruth near Kooringa, died 13/2/1854 (reference). Son of Johanne Friedericke Rudolphine LIEBEKNECHT formerly Bock now the wife of Johann Georg Christoph Liebekneckt RPA Search 290

BOCK, Heinrich Christian Ludwig farmer Lower Mitcham, died 8/2/1854 (death certificate), accidental death by drowning, aged 27 Application 11386

No 1

BOCK, John dairyman Adelaide 1872 Memorial 84/263

BOCK, Johann dairyman Unley became a bankrupt in 1875 Memorial 145/285

No 1

BOCK, Johann Gottlieb farmer Section 3831 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1852 Memorial 412/43.

BOCK, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Hahndorf 1854[-1856] Memorial 105/79

BOCK, Johann Gottlieb farmer formerly of Hahndorf 1852 but now of North Rhine 1869 Application 10347

BOCK, Johann Gottlieb farmer North Rhine, died late 1860s-early 1870s. He left all his personal estate to his wife, Johanne Wilhelmine nee KRUGER, as well as the management under trust of the Bock farm on Section 576 Hundred of North Rhine until Reinhold Bock, the youngest son, turned 21. Then the son had the right to take on the farm for £250 provided he pay his mother £25 a year for life, 'permit her to occupy and reside in a healthy room in one of his dwelling houses on Setion 576 North Rhine free of charge, deliver unto such her residence so much firewood split and prepared for domestic purposes and also provide her free of charge a sufficient quantity of fresh water for household purposes. If he did not want to buy the farm, the property to be sold and the money to be divided equally amongst the testator's children - Louise Amalia SCHOLZ, Agnes SOMMER, Johannes Wilhelm Bock, Juliana Bock and Reinhold Bock. If the testator's wife died or remarried before Reinhold Bock turned 21, the trustees to manage the farm until the son's coming of age Memorial 153/258

BOCK, JW farmer Yanyarrie 1889[-1890] Memorial 242/395

BOCK, Martha Halda of Martin Ave, Fullarton changed her name to Jessie STIRLING 1930 Memorial 93/503

BOCK, Mrs Sarah leased a shop in Kooringa 1874 Memorial 242/289

No 1

BOCKELBERG, Fedor Baron von farmer Streaky Bay. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 66 Page 187 County Robinson

BOCKELBERG, Fedor Baron von storekeeper Flinders. Trustee Institute Flinders Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 66 Page 188 County Robinson

BOCKELBERG, Fedor Baron storekeeper Streaky Bay 1905[-1906] Memorial 22/454, Application 25270

BOCKELBERG, Otto watchmaker and jeweller Norwood 1891 Memorial 81/411

BODDINGTON, Florence Mabel married woman Kingston S-E 1915[-1922] Memorial 167/472

No 1

BODDINGTON, Thomas eatinghouse keeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1866 Memorial 196/212

BODDINGTON, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Shamrock Hotel Currie St) 1876[-1878] Memorial 108/291

BODDINGTON, Thomas publican Adelaide (Currie St) 1882 Application 19307

No 1

BODE, Joseph Adolphus gentleman Giles Flat 1856 Memorial 52/112

BODE, Joseph Adolphus gentleman Giles Flat near Strathalbyn 1892 Memorial 224/414

BODE, JA of Sunningdale near Strathalbyn 1859 Memorial 131/159

BODE, Joseph Adolphus of Sunningdale Park Hundred of Kondoparinga, died 10/6/1898 London, Middlesex, England. Husband of Elizabeth Esther Bode nee AYLIFFE. Father of Filafie Iline Hamilton Bode. Mrs Bode had three brothers at least - Thomas Hamilton Ayliffe, George Hamilton Ayliffe, and William Hamilton Ayliffe (who was a stock dealer of New Brighton in 1908. By 1911, he had moved to Prospect). Mrs Bode and her daughter, now Fylafie Ilive Hamilton HAYWARD widow, both lived at Cliffe St, Glenelg, in 1911 Memorials 240 & 242/464 & Application 26372

BODE, Joseph Adolphus gentleman Sunningdale Park, Section 1823 Hundred of Kondoparinga Giles Flat near Strathalbyn, died 10/6/1898 17 Palace St, Westminster, London, England. 'My body I commit to the earth to be humbly interred in the same grave where the remains of my late beloved wife, Martha, lay in Sunningdale Park SA … To my sons and my daughters by Martha Chapman Bode my late dear and excellent wife, I give nothing whatever, their behaviour and conduct to me having merited my supreme displeasure.' His estate in trust for the benefit for life or during her widowhood of his second wife Elizabeth Esther Bode, then to his daughter, Fylafie Ilive Hamilton Bode, for life, then to the British and Foreign Bible Society, the interest from the estate in trust for ever. His estate worth £500. His second wife's brothers, Thomas Hamilton AYLIFFE, George Hamilton Ayliffe and William Hamilton Ayliffe (stock dealer New Brighton 1898), to be the trustees. Fylafie Ilive Hamilton Bode 27 Cliffe St, Glenelg, married Joseph Alfred HAYWARD 27 clerk East Tce, Adelaide, born Norton Summit (Father: Thomas Charles Hayward) on 6/3/1909 Thomas Jefferson GORE residence Edmund Ave, New Parkside. Minister: TJ Gore. Witnesses: Kathleen Mabel GORE of Glen Osmond and Harvey Harold HAWYARD clerk Adelaide Application 26583

BODEN, George farmer North Kapunda 1857 Memorial 348/115

No 1

BODEN, Joseph mason Gawler 1854[-1857] Memorial 434/74

No 1

BODEN, Joseph of Angaston 1855 Memorial 208/82

BODENHEIMER, H director Hugo Wertheim Pty Ltd of 107 Rundle St, Adelaide 1911 Memorial 212/465

BODEY, Hector Herbert farmer 24 Wellington Rd, Glandore, and Lucy Jean Bodey his wife 1956 Application 29159

BODEY, James blacksmith Narracoorte linked with Matthew Bodey butcher Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 167/249

BODEY, John farmer near Woodside 1863 Memorial 203/210

BODEY, Matthew butcher Mt Gambier 1871, linked with James Bodey blacksmith Narracoorte Application 11560

BODEY, Oliver Evan grazier Mt Gambier 1927 Memorial 13/498

BODGER, Hazor farmer Bull Creek 1865 Memorial 39/207

BODGER, Mary Ann spinster Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1881 Grant Book 50 Page 115 County Robe

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BODINNAR, John miner Kooringa 1868 Memorial 72/230

BODINNER, John farmer Richman Creek 1885 Memorial 1/370

No 1

BODLEY, James John accountant Adelaide, acted as Secretary to the Permanent Equitable Building and Investment Society when the Society was wound up (no date). The Society still functioned in 1876[-1890] Applications 21894, 24829

BODLEY, James John Secretary and General Manager of the Municipal Tramways Trust 8 King William St, Adelaide 1907 Application 25375

No 1

BOECKER, Hermann Christian clerk Adelaide 1870 Memorial 22/246

BOECKER, Hermann Christian importer Norwood 1884[-1888] Memorial 156/361

No 1

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Ernst Otto farmer Blyth 1888 Memorial 209/390

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Ernst Otto farmer Gregory trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Gregory land grant 1891 Grant Book 23 Page 103 County Frome

No 1

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Ferdinand farmer Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 393/84

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Ferdinand farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of near Gawler 1857 Memorial 201/115

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Ferdinand licensed victualler Gawler Belt near Gawler 1868 Memorial 214/232

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Friedrich farmer Section 6608 Hundred of Talunga 1857 Memorial 287/128

No 1

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Heinrich farmer Talunga 1853 Hundred of Nuriootpa land purchase Memorial 3/58

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Heinrich - 1 and Heinrich BOECKMANN - 2 of Neu Mecklenburg now residing beyond the boundaries of the said province of SA 1868 Memorial 220/236

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Heinrich (now of Sievern, near Bremen, Germany 1872) and his brother, Heinrich Boeckmann [seems strange Christian name?] lived as farmers near Tanunda between 1851-1866. They returned to Germany and appointed Carl von Bertouch agent Tanunda as their attorney. The second Heinrich Boeckmann now at Edwardsville, Illinois USA 1872. New SA attorney to be the men's brother-in-law, Johann Joachim Heinrich SCHLATOW farmer Schönborn near Tanunda 1872 Memorial 214/261

No 1

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Julius Ernst Christian Behrend farmer Angas Park 1849 Memorial 315/18

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Julius Ernst Christian Behrend farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 8/60

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Julius Ernst Christian Behrend farmer Rosenthal 1859 Memorial 283/149

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Julius Ernst Christian Behrend farmer Concordia near Gawler 1867[-1878] Memorial 206/224

BOECKMANN/BOCKMANN/BÖCKMANN, Wilhelm shop assistant William BARNARD's store Sheaoak Log 1860 Memorial 211/170

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Carl butcher Hahndorf 1882 Application 19503

No 1 – Carl Emil Julius Boehm

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Emil mason Stepney 1856 Memorial 179/115

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Carl Emil Julius mason Mt Gambier Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 29 Page 201 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Christian licensed victualler North Adelaide 1868 Memorial 2/236

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Christian labourer Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 19/285

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Ernst miner Redruth near Kooringa 1852 Memorial 36/54

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Ernst farmer formerly of Sheaoak Log but now of the Torrens 1856 Memorial 234/104

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Ernest Charles of Gladstone bachelor married Edith Lillian Olive SAMPSON spinster Burra on 22/3/1923. Witnesses; EHR KOLMKE bootmaker Renmark and EL Boehm spinster Gladstone Memorial 55/488

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Friedrich Gotthelf of Gladstone Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 445 County Victoria

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Friedrich Wilhelm Albert licensed victualler Dover Castle Inn North Adelaide linked with Heinrich August Christian gentleman Margaret St, North Adelaide 1876 Memorial 7/296

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, George farmer Friedrichstadt, near Hahndorf 1852 Memorial 374/42

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, George Friedrich farmer Angaston 1852 Memorial 2/45

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Gottlieb Johann Friedrich farmer Light Pass 1869 Memorial 157/240

No 1

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Gustav Carl farmer formerly of Echunga but now of Macclesfield 1908 Memorials 248/459 & 75/460

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Gustav Carl farmer Macclesfield 1922 Memorial 114/486

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Gustav Carl farmer Echunga 1934 Memorial 102/507

No 1

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Heinrich August Christian miner Kooringa 1853 Memorial 76/53 Ginger beer manufacturer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 155/79

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Heinrich Christian August miner Kooringa 1861 Memorial 305/175

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Heinrich August Christian licensed victualler North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 44/209

No 1

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Johann Ernst farmer Mt Torrens 1856[-1858] Memorial 351/98

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Johann Ernst farmer Tin Pot 1857 Memorial 307/125

No 1

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Johannes Alfred farmer Hahndorf Co Adelaide. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 46 County Kimberley

BOEHM, Johannes Alfred farmer Gumbowie 1887 Memorial 14/384

No 1

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Traugott Wilhelm JP and schoolmaster Hahndorf 1855[-1883] Memorial 500/84

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Traugott Wilhelm schoolteacher Hahndorf. Member management committee St Michael Lutheran School Hahndorf 1867 Application 8502

BOEHM/BOHM/BÖHM, Traugott Wilhelm schoolmaster Roseworthy 1886 Application 21023

BOEHMKE, Johann Heinrich blacksmith Sheaoak Log 1863 Application 4652

No 1

BOEHRIKE[later BOERKE], Carl Ferdinand farmer Mt Barker [District – Grünthal] 1845[-1856] Memorial 347/4

BOEHRIKE[later BOERKE], Carl Ferdinand farmer Hahndorf 1860[-1882] Memorial 209/163, Applicataion 19125

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younge

BOELCKE/BOELKE, Eduard blacksmith Mt Torrens 1860[-1869] Memorial 203/167

BOELKE, Eduard the Elder blacksmith Mt Torrens, died 14/6/1912. Estate worth £200. Father of Eduard James Boelke the Younger labourer Mt Torrens. Wife and daughter referred to but not named Memorial 82/467

BOELKE, Eduard labourer Mt Torrens 1927 Application 27584

BOELKE, Edward James pensioner Mt Torrens, died 13/11/1941 Royal Adelaide Hospital. Father of Rosa Emily KELEROS. Trustee; Walter Edgar WOODS storekeeper Mt Torrens Memorial 185/530

BOEMEKE/BOMEKE/BÖMEKE, Johann Heinrich blacksmith Willaston 1888. He died 8/10/1891 Memorials 1 & 47/414

BOERTH, WC farmer Kenton Valley 1927 Memorial 100/498

No 1

BOERS/BORS/BÖRS, Johann Kaspar overseer Adelaide Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 54 County Grey

BOERS/BÖRS, Kaspar farmer Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 47/177

BOERS/BORS/BÖRS, Johann Kasper farmer Compton Downs Farm and Tantanoola Farm, died c1894. Husband of Louise Börs who lived in Adelaide by 1904. Father of George Börs out of business Adelaide who had become a bankrupt 1904 Memorial 209/450

BOERS/BORS/BÖRS, William George farmer Hundred of Grey linked with Louisa Bors widow Mt Gambier 1887 Memorial 126/384

BOESENBERG/BOSENBERG/BÖSENBERG, August Wilhelm Carl baker Pt Adelaide and Johanne Wilhelmine Friedericke Boesenbeg his wife 1858 Memorial 234/140

BOESENBERG/BOSENBERG/BÖSENBERG, Wilhelm publican Adelaide 1852[-1857] Memorial 36/48

BOETTCHER, Adolf Gustav labourer Hahndorf 1886 Application 21081

No 1 - probably the same person

BOETTCHER/BOTTCHER/BÖTTCHER, Wilhelm farmer Lyndoch Valley purchased land in the Hundred of Light 1858 Memorial 56/133

BOETTCHER/BOTTCHER/BÖTTCHER, JF Wilhelm no description died c1875. He left his entire estate to his wife, Henriette Boettcher nee SCHLUNKE and his two sons, Gustav and Theodor Boettcher Memorial 102/280

No 1

BOETTCHER/BOTTCHER/BÖTTCHER, Wilhelm August gardener Cygnet River, Kangaroo Island 1930 Memorial 55/503

BOETTCHER/BOTTCHER/BÖTTCHER, Wilhelm August farmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1941 Grant Book 11 Page 73 County Carnarvon

BOETTCHER/BOTTCHER/BÖTTCHER, Otto mechanic Adelaide (Flinders St) 1881[-1898] Memorial 121/324

BOETTCHER/BOTTCHER/BÖTTCHER, Wilhelm Ludwig miner Redruth 1856[-1859] Memorial 266/110

BOEY, John of Balhannah 1872. He leased land in Bonney Flat from the CAMAC family Application 12300

BOGG, John William wool merchant Melbourne Vic. He leased pastoral land in the South-East 1866 Memorial 28/216

No 1

BOGLE, AJ Wesleyan Methodist minister Mt Gambier 1884 Memorial 207/355

BOGLE, Archibald James minister of the gospel Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) during the 1880s Application 23395

BOHLIN, Oscar Joseph farm labourer Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

BOHN, Carl farmer Kainton 1889 Memorial 250/399

No 1

BOHNSACK, Carl farmer Hundred of Light 1858 Memorial 73/144

BOHNSACK, Carl farmer formerly Hundred of Light 1858 now of near Kapunda 1863 [Probably the same locality??] He could not write Application 4392

No 1

BOHNSACK, Johann farmer Klemzig 1853 Memorial 77/57

BOHNSACK, Johann farmer Neu Mecklenburg. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1857 Grant Book 1 Page 47 County Adelaide

BOHNSACK, Johann farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1867 Memorial 184/224

BOHNSACK, Johann farmer formerly of Klemzig 1853 but now of Neu Mecklenburg 1870 Application 10575

BOICE, John farmer Surrey Vale 1855 Memorial 241/84

BOILEAU, Charles shoemaker The Parade, Norwood 1854[-1856] Memorial 85/80

BOKELBERG, Otto watchmaker and jeweller Norwood 1881 Memorial 122/330

BOKELMANN, George Ernst farmer formerly of near Woodside but now of Freeling 1876 Memorial 197/294

No 1

BOLAND, Rosa married woman Peachey Belt 1856 Memorial 177/107

BOLAND, Rose widow near Auburn 1859 Memorial 245/155

BOLAND, Rose married woman had been judicially separated from her husband, Michael Boland, since June 1849. Mrs Boland died 27/7/1877 Memorial 91/303

BOLAND, Rose widow Sevenhill relict of the late Michael Boland formerly of Sevenhill but now deceased, died 1877. She left her estate to the RC Church to settle according to her will Memorial 118/302

BOLAND, Rose died 27/7/1877. Grandmother of Theodore Barton HACK drover Pt Augusta 1895. Executor of her estate; the RC Church and Mary WILLIAMS spinster formerly of Bowden but now of Auburn 1895 Memorial 101/424

BOLAND, Thomas carrier Pt Adelaide 1849[-1852] Memorial 214/15

No 1

BOLD, John Garvock railway station clerk Pt Adelaide 1857[-1860] Memorial 350/122

BOLD, John Garvock railway station master Bowden 1871[-1879] Memorial 134/251

BOLD, John Garvock gentleman Bowden, died 14/7/1889 Memorial 16/468

BOLD, John Garvock gentleman Bowden, died 14/7/1889 Hurtle Vale. He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Loney Bold, in trust for life, then to her two nieces, Jane Mary WINTER spinster and Elizabeth Hudson GALLOWAY widow in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £500. Elizabeth Loney Bold widow Reynella, relict of John Garvick Bold stationmaster, died 15/6/1912 South Tce, Adelaide, of senility, and angina pectoris aged 88. She was born in Portsmouth, England, and had been in SA for 76 years. No family Application 26533

BOLDERO, John Stephen Esquire formerly of the Bengal Civil Service but now of Adelaide 1853[-1854] He leased a property 'with a mansion house' called The Glen on Section 894 Survey B, which Charles CLEVE merchant Adelaide owned. Judge Benjamin BOOTHBY of the SA Supreme Court took the remainder of the 5-year lease Memorial 327/72

No 1

BOLDT, Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1847[-1849] Memorial 71/9

BOLDT, Heinrich carpenter Adelaide (Queen St) 1859[-1860] Memorial 328/152

Cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 318/162

BOLDT, Heinrich farmer Greenvale near Mt Gambier 1863[-1866] Memorial 18/191

BOLDT, Heinrich formerly farmer 1866 but now shoemaker Mt Gambier 1867 Application 8964

BOLE, James farmer Kanyaka 1886 Memorial 199/376

No 1

BOLGER, Edward Robert contractor Encounter Bay 1884[-1885] Application 20063

BOLGER, Edward contractor Encounter Bay Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 37 Page 334 County Hindmarsh

BOLGER, Edward Robert formerly contractor but now storekeeper Encounter Bay 1889 Application 21741

BOLGER, ER storekeeper Encounter Bay 1893 Memorial 50/420

BOLITHO, Edwin gardener Adelaide 1870[-1870] Memorial 12/247

No 1 -likely to be the same person

BOLITHO, James and Samuel sheep farmers Rainsworth Qld, sons of William Bolitho farmer McLaren Vale, who died 4/3/1860 and his wife, Ann Bolitho, who died 22/11/1885 at Rainsworth Qld. Jane, Mary Hannah and Ellen Bolitho were daughters of William and Ann Bolitho Memorial 94/380

BOLITHO, James formerly Springsure Qld now Llainheidol Station near Winton 1895 Grazier Knapdale Olio Creek near Winton QLD 1897, power of attorney 5/1/1897 to William PAVY commission agent McLaren Vale, to sell his home and 320 acre farm, complete his business transactions in SA, and transmit the money to Qld Application 23304

BOLITHO, James grazier Knapdale Olio Creek near Winton Qld 1897 Memorial 135/430

No 1

BOLITHO, Samuel farmer McLaren Vale 1864[-1868] Memorial 285/194

BOLITHO, Samuel Esquire formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Rainsworth Qld linked with Ann Bolitho widow Rainsworth Qld and James Bolitho overseer Rainsworth Qld 1881 Memorial 89/329

BOLITHO, Samuel sheep farmer Springsure Qld 1886 declared that he had maintained his father's family following the death of his father, William Bolitho farmer McLaren Vale. He also gave his mother, Ann Bolitho, the £100 annuity under the will of his father until her death. She stayed with her son, Samuel Bolitho, until her death on 22/11/1885 intestate Application 23304

No 1

BOLITHO, William farmer Adelaide (Angas St) 1852 Memorial 175/41.

BOLITHO, William farmer McLaren Vale 1855[-1857] Memorial 170/82

BOLITHO, William farmer McLaren Vale father of Samuel Bolitho no description 1860 Memorial 120/224

No 1

BOLITHO, William Samuel stock salesman Adelaide 1920 Memorial 106/481

BOLITHO, William Samuel stock salesman Adelaide father of Colin McLean Bolitho farmer Two Wells 1921 Memorial 144/483

BOLITHO, WS stock salesman Adelaide 1925 Memorial 55/494

No 1

BOLK, Richard Encounter Bay 1849 Memorial 128/30

BOLK, Richard gentleman Pt Elliot 1853 Memorial 30/49

No 1

BOLLARD, John the Younger wine grower South Rhine 1873[-1880] Memorial 54/270

BOLLARD, John the Younger farmer Hindmarsh 1881 Application 18604

No 1

BOLLARD, Thomas Hyland overseer Finga ?? 1877 Memorial 13/307

BOLLARD, Thomas Hyland sheep farmer Pt August 1884 Memorial 29/362

BOLLEN, Christopher medical practitioner Woodville 1911 Memorial 224/464

No 1
BOLLEN, George gentleman Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 190 Book 148

BOLLEN, George accountant Mt Barker 1863[-1867] Application 4596

BOLLEN, George accountant formerly of Mt Barker but then of Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13890

No 2
BOLLEN, George medical practitioner Pt Adelaide, died 22/9/1892. Children included the late Ellen TORR wife of John Samson Torr farmer Normanville, William Henry Bollen electrician Goodwood, Christopher Bollen and Percival Bollen medical practitioners Pt Adelaide, Harriet Rebecca MITCHELL wife of Thomas Mitchell of Woodville, Jane Eveline BUTTERWORTH wife of Joseph Butterworth merchant Yatala, and Emmeline WRIGHT widow Alberton. A legacy of £200 a year for 20 years to one of the executors, Sarah Ellen JOHNSON spinster Alberton Application 26546

BOLLEN, William Henry farmer Echunga 1884 Memorial 169/360

No 1
BOLLENHAGEN, Heinrich merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 292/29

BOLLENHAGEN, Heinrich storekeeper Stockwell 1859 Memorial 224/160

BOLLENHAGEN, Heinrich storekeeper Greenock 1861 Memorial 137/179

BOLLENHAGEN, Heinrich merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Greenock 1862 Memorial 75/184

BOLLENHAGEN, Heinrich cornfactor Riverton 1867 Memorial 216/219

BOLLENHAGEN, Hilfers Harper farmer Wild Horse Plains changed his name to Hilfers Harper BOLLEN 1921 Memorial 167/482

No 1

BOLLENSDORF, Ferdinand Wilhelm carpenter Langmeil 1850 Memorial 221/24 Carpenter Tanunda 1854 Memorial 349/73

BOLLENSDORF, Ferdinand Wilhelm died c1854. His whole estate in trust to his wife, Henriette Amalia Bollensdorf, for her lifetime, then in equal shares to all his children who may be living after his wife died Memorial 393/77

No 1

BOLLMEIER/BOLLMEYER, Ernst carpenter Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 122/89

BOLLMEYER, Ernst farmer Temple Bar near Macclesfield 1861 Application 2627

BOLT, Albert Richard farmer Rhine Creek. Richard Bolt mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 139/390

No 1 – perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOLT, Christopher farmer Mt Torrens 1858 Memorial 106/140

BOLT, Christopher farmer Walker Flat trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

BOLT, Christopher farmer Hundred of Forster. Hundred of Forster land grant 1888 Grant Book 3 Page 28 County Albert

BOLT, Christopher overseer Hundred of Forster. Hundred of Forster land grant 1910 Grant Book 3 Page 30 County Albert

BOLT, Christopher, Albert, Richard and Walter farmers Hundred of Forster. Hundred of Forster land grant 1910 Grant Book 3 Page 30 County Albert

No 1

BOLT, Henry George farmer Mt Torrens Hundred of Burdett land grant 1880 Grant Book 54 Page 62c County Russell

BOLT, Henry George farmer Mannum Hundred of Burdett land grant 1902 Grant Book 54 Page 63 County Russell

No 1

BOLT, Henry Weeks plumber Adelaide 1851 Memorial 1/30

BOLT, Henry Weeks plumber Thebarton 1852[-1864] Memorial 455/44

BOLT, Henry Weeks butcher Thebarton 1857[-1859] Memorial 218/125

BOLT, Henry Weeks farmer Reedbeds 1860 Memorial 270/168

BOLT, Henry Weeks licensed victualler Thebarton 1863 Memorial 49/187

BOLT, Henry Weeks formerly plumber Thebarton 1857 but now farmer Twickenham 1867 Application 8215

BOLT, Henry Weeks licensed victualler Thebarton, died 24/5/1879. Husband of Charlotte Bolt, who died 1/2/1901. Father of Ann Farnham Isobel MARTIN wife of Richard Martin warehouseman Adelaide; also William Henry Bolt, who died 13/6/1872. WH Bolt left 4 children - Annie Louisa RISDON nee Bolt wife of William Risdon farmer Twickenham (She died 27/4/1886 intestate), Charlotte Ridgman LAUGHTON nee Bolt wife of Alfred James Laughton warehouseman Medindie, Hebe Mary SHAW nee Bolt wife of William Shaw carrier Terowie and Florence Ada MORRISON nee Bolt wife of George Morrison carrier Exeter Memorial 152/445

BOLT, Henry Weeks licensed victualler Thebarton, died 1879. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Charlotte Bolt, to enjoy for her lifetime, then the estate to be sold and the profits divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant between the two Bolt children - William Henry Bolt butcher Twickenham and Ann Farnham Isbel MARTIN wife of Richard Martin warehouseman Marryatville. Executors: Charles George BALK draper and Robert Charles ANDREWS warehouseman both of Adelaide. Charlotte Ridgmand Bolt widow Twickenham, relict of the late Henry Weeks Bolt, died 1/2/1901, of senile debility, bronchitis, and heart failure, aged 89. Other people who seemed to fit into the Bolt relationship 1902, included Charlotte Ridgman LAUGHTON wife of Alfred James Laughton warehouseman Adelaide, Hebe Mar SHAW wife of William Shaw engine driver Terowie, Florence Ada MORRISON wife of George Morrison carrier Exeter, and William RISDON farmer Twickenham Application 24434

BOLT, John farmer Renmark Hundred of Burdett land grant 1895 Grant Book 54 Page 63 County Russell

No 1

BOLT, Richard yeoman Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 238/54

BOLT, Richard farmer Mannum Hundred of Burdett land grant 1887 Grant Book 54 Page 63 County Russell

BOLT, Richard Keith dairyfarmer Torrens Vale and Lulu Elizabeth Bolt his wife 1953 Memorial 20/528

BOLT, William butcher Thebarton, and Annie Loudon Bolt nee FARRAR his wife; daughter and heiress at law of Simeon Farrar 1862[-1863] Applications 2793, 3712

No 1

BOLTE, Carl AF auctioneer Gambiertown 1877 Memorial 159/300

BOLTE, Carl Charles auctioneer Gambiertown. Son of George Bolte of Hahndorf 1878 Application 19197

BOLTE, CAF auctioneer Mt Gambier 1879 Memorial 96/318

BOLTE, Carl August Friedrich auctioneer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 254 County Grey

BOLTE, Carl Charles August Friedrich auctioneer Gambiertown 1881 Memorial 248/335

BOLTE, Carl August Friedrich auctioneer Mt Gambier 1882 Application 19519

No 1

BOLTE, George Heinrich shoemaker near Adelaide, purchased land in Hahndorf 1858 Memorial 47/136

BOLTE, George Heinrich shoemaker Hahndorf, died 27/5/1878. Insufficient funds in the estate to pay GH Bolte’s debts. Husband of Luise Bolte. Step-father of Hermann LIEBETRAUT. Father of Agnes HUNT and Carl Charles Bolte. Another daughter, Matilda IDE, had already died. The Bolte family also had links with the Carl Friedrich GRUND family of Hahndorf. Application 19197

BOLTON, Donald manufacturer's representative Harvey Ave, Westbourne Park and Guida Pringle Bolton his wife 1952 Memorial 122/527

No 1

BOLTON, Joseph of Bowden 1852 Memorial 330/51

BOLTON, Joseph contractor formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Marton near Wellington New Zealand 1879. He had bought land in Hindmarsh in 1852, and left the deeds for safekeeping with George RIGG cooper North Melbourne Vic formerly of Bourke St, Melbourne, until 1859. Joseph Bolton had not been in touch with any of his family for 7 years, and his brother, Richard Bolton, got all his deeds from George Rigg. Richard Bolton died 19/2/1859 and the papers became lost. Joseph Bolton had lived in New Zealand from late 1862 Application 17649

BOLTON, Joseph of Marton District of Wellington New Zealand had business interests and owned real estate in SA 1881 Memorial 234/333

No 1

BOLTON, William gardener Plympton 1853 Memorial 421/47

BOLTON, William of Plympton died c1881. He left his estate to his widow, Eliza Bolton, in trust for life. Probably, William Bolton sawyer Glenelg was his son 1882 Application 19120

No 1

BOLUS, Edward farmer Kapunda 1856 Memorial 250/112

BOLUS, Edward saddler Kapunda 1859. Enrolment

BOLUS, Edward saddler formerly of Kapunda but now of Mt Remarkable 1860 Application 2006

BOLUS, Edward saddler Melrose 1863 Memorial 285/188

BOLUS, Edward saddler Melrose. Melrose Anglican Church trustee 1865 Memorial 61/207

BOLUS, Edward saddler New Melrose 1864 Application 7311.

BOLUS, Edward saddler Melrose trustee Public Cemetery Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1864 Grant Book 23 Page 80 County Frome

BOLUS, Edward saddler formerly of Kapunda but now of Balmain NSW 1875 Application 14751

BOLUS, Edward Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee, had left the province for Sydney, and was now saddler Balmain by 1875 Application 14751

BOM, Mads Carl painter Hahndorf 1872 Application 12208

BOMEKE, Johann Heinrich blacksmith Willaston, died 8/10/1891, of apoplexy, aged 55 Application 26670

No 1

BOMPAS, Joseph C[arpenter] MB Adelaide Hospital 1853 Memorial 41/61

BOMPAS, Joseph Carpenter doctor of medicine Adelaide 1855 Memorial 207/80

BOMPAS, Joseph Carpenter surgeon Norwood 1855 Memorial 318/92

BOMPAS, Joseph Carpenter surgeon Norwood, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Henry Hearde THOMAS gentleman Adelaide and James SMITH merchant Adelaide, to sell his real estate and settle his SA business affairs 27/8/1855 Deposit 273/OA

BOMPAS, Joseph Carpenter surgeon Adelaide Bachelor of Medicine (London University) and MRCS London, died c1855. He left his whole estate to his wife, Ruth Conquest Bompas Memorial 282/111 Mrs Bompas lived in Nugent Place, Kingsdown, Bristol, England by 1856 Memorial 283/111

No 1

BONA, Evan smelter Yatala near Alberton 1850 Memorial 97/20

BONA, Evan formerly of Yatala near Pt Adelaide then of Kensington but now of Red Bank Vic 1862 Memorial 277/186

BOND, Albert George service station proprietor 2 Cameron Rd, Hawthorn 1935 Application 29492

BOND, Benjamin butcher near Gawler 1868 Application 9012

BOND, Charles Rhodes photographer Adelaide 1890[-1915] Memorial 109/406

BOND, Ernest Thomas farmer Torrens Vale Yankalilla 1939 Application 28207

No 1

BOND, Frederick Dennant carpenter Payneham 1894 Memorial 199/421

BOND, Frederick Dennant out of business Payneham, died 26/12/1909. He left his farm in the Hundred of Talunga to his wife, Sarah Ann Bond, for life, then to his son, William Vincent Bond, absolutely. Sarah Ann Bond widow Payneham, died 1/7/1923. Mother of William Vincent Bond farmer Gumeracha, Emily Edith SANDERCOCK wife of John Sandercock farmer Gumeracha, Harriet Agnes SWAN wife of David Swan of Payneham, Sarah GENT wife of Samuel Gent schoolteacher Hamley Bridge; Marion Cornish wife of William Henry Cornish farmer Forreston and Isabella Ann BOWDEN wife of Benjamin Bowden farmer Agery. Grandmother of Mona Olive PRITCHARD, Gertrude Winifred KITTO, Emma Sandercock and Dulcie Sandercock, Florence Maud JAMESON (nee Gent) and Horace Leslie Bond Memorials 19 & 20/490

BOND, Frederick Thomas gardener Athestone 1911 Memorial 132/464

BOND, George Knipe Kendall agent Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 155 County Manchester

No 1

BOND, Henry farmer Clarendon and Susan Hallett Bond his wife 1851[-1857] Memorial 131/32 Clarendon Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 31/78

BOND, Henry farmer Clarendon 1869[-1881] Memorial 133/242

BOND, Henry farmer Clarendon 1876 was already in SA by 1846 when he bought land in the township. No description with his name Application 15444.

BOND, Susan wife of Henry Bond farmer Clarendon, died 4/11/1885, of morbus cordis, aged 70 Application 24503

BOND, Henry farmer Clarendon, died 6/4/1892. His estate in trust to his wife, Susan Bond, for life. Then the trustees to sell the estate and make the following bequests. £19/19/- to the Baptist Chapel at Montacute in Somerset, England. £19/19/- for Louisa Bond ATMORE of Brompton near Wangford, Suffolk. The rest of the funds to the SA Baptist Association Inc. Estate worth £700. Trustees: George Swann FOWLER merchant Adelaide and Samuel John BAILEY Town Hall porter Adelaide 1901 Application 24236

No 1

BOND, James licensed victualler Glen Osmond 1854 Memorial 114/67

BOND, James licensed victualler Adelaide 1855 Memorial 428/84

BOND, James farmer Mt Torrens Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1857 Grant Book 57 Page 22 County Sturt

BOND, James publican Mt Torrens 1859 Application 441

BOND, James licensed victualler Mill Inn Mt Torrens now deceased by 1866 Memorial 173/208

No 1

BOND, John labourer Glen Osmond 1845 Memorial 410/4

No 2

BOND, John labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 42/58

No 1

BOND, John Wesley hotelkeeper John Bull Hotel, Currie St, Adelaide 1912 Memorial 223/465

BOND, John Wesley restaurant keeper Semaphore Jetty Kiosk 1914 Memorial 196/471

BOND, Philip carpenter Adelaide (North St, off Currie St) 1846 Application 23236

BOND, SP Ltd of 48 Pirie St, Adelaide erected a building on land leased on Pt TA 81 in Rundle St 1901 Memorial 231/443

No 1 – probably the Elder

BOND, William farmer Kapunda 1855[-1859] Memorial 469/92

BOND, William farmer near Kapunda 1864 Application 5275

BOND, William miner Kapunda 1865 Memorial 75/204

No 2 – the Younger

BOND, William the Younger farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 229 County Victoria

No 3

BOND, William farmer Booyoolie Hundred of Yangya land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 87 County Victoria

BOND, William Vincent farmer formerly of 39 Gurrs Rd, North Kensington 1937 now of Gumeracha 1938 Application 28158

BONE, Alfred miner Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 92 County Daly

No 1

BONE, George pork butcher Adelaide (Hindley St) 1847[-1852] Memorial 24/8

BONE, George gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 469/87

BONE, George formerly butcher 1851 but now farmer Adelaide 1866 Application 7486

BONE, George gentleman Edwardstown 1878 Memorial 77/313

BONE, George out of business pt Section 47 District B near Adelaide, died 10/3/1881. In that year, 1881, his widow, Amy Bone, lived at Edwardstown [or are these two locations the same?] The testator's daughter, Ellen MORCOM, to inherit a house and garden in Edward St, Norwood, in trust for life, then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. The rest of the testator's estate to his son, William Bone, if living; if not, then in trust until his children came of age, then to them in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. William Bone originally to be a trustee, but only his mother performed this duty in 1881. Had W Bone died in between 1879 when the will was made, and 1881? Memorial 107/330

No 2

BONE, George farmer Meadows 1853 Memorial 370/60

No 3

BONE, George of Goodwood 1879 Application 17216

No 1

BONE, Henry farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 189 County Stanley

No 2

BONE, Henry butcher; Adelaide (Hanson St) 1882 Application 19043

BONE, James gentleman Kent Town 1885 Application 20662

No 1

BONE, James Daniel storekeeper Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 373/63

BONE, James Daniel storkeeper Edwardstown. Plympton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1856 Memorial 266/105

BONE, James Daniel storkeeper Edwardstown 1858[-1862] Edwardstown Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1858 Memorial 220/138

BONE, James Daniel storekeeper formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Edwardstown 1869 Application 10356

BONE, James Daniel gentleman Edwardstown 1871 Application 11516

BONE, James Daniel gentleman College Park 1887[-1888] Memorial 72/389

BONE, John labourer Strathalbyn and Sarah Bone his wife 1883 Memorial 141/351

No 1

BONE, John Daniel storekeeper Edwardstown 1864[-1865] Memorial 348/197

BONE, James Daniel gentleman College Park 1881 Memorial 90/336

No 1

BONE, Joseph warehouseman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 347/29

No 2

BONE, Joseph farmer Kanmantoo 1856 Memorial 188/95

BONE, Joseph farmer Hundred of Kanmantoo and Sarah Bone his wife. His sons called Joseph Bone and Henry Bone 1864 Memorial 239/279

BONE, Samuel labourer Kapunda 1867[-1878] Memorial 173/220

No 1

BONE, William miner Kooringa 1850[-1853] Memorial 162/27

BONE, William formerly miner Burra now farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 175/56

BONE, William farmer Little Para near Salisbury 1870 Memorial 96/244

BONE, William formerly miner Burra later farmer on the Little Para 1853 now farmer near Salisbury 1872 Application 12086

No 2

BONE, William labourer East Leasingham 1860 Memorial 159/165

No 1

BONEHAM, Ebenezer farmer Nairne 1854 Kalangadoo Co Grey land grant Memorial 324/72

BONEHAM, Ebenezer farmer near Mt Gambier Hundred of Grey land grant 1862 Grant Book 30 Page 371 County Grey

BONEHAM, Ebenezer farmer Kalangadoo 1868[-1883] Memorial 196/231

BONEHAM, Ebenezer of Millicent 1890 Memorial 77/405

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BONEHAM, James of Nairne 1861 Memorial 236/183

BONEHAM, James butcher Penola 1883 Memorial 144/350

No 1
BONEHAM, Job farmer Blackwood Park near Nairne 1858 legatee under the will of the late William Boneham now deceased Memorial 91/144

BONEHAM, Job farmer near Nairne 1860 Memorial 297/165

BONEHAM, Job farmer Kalangadoo 1865 Application 6605

BONEHAM, Josiah farmer formerly of near Kalangadoo but now of near Mt Gambier 1868 Application 9381

No 1

BONEHAM, William farmer Nairne 1854 Memorial 443/76

BONEHAM, William farmer The Vallies near Nairne 1855 Memorial 230/90

BONEHAM, William of Blackwood Farm, near Balhannah 1856 Memorial 364/96

BONEHAM, William farmer Blackwood Park, near Balhannah, died cFeb 1856. He left 1/- each to his children, Elizabeth, Mary, Samuel, Josiah, Ebenezer, and James. Daughter Rachel to get Section 497 (126 acres) at Mt Gambier. Son Job to get Section 535 (80 acres) at Mt Gambier, all the working bullocks and farming implements, plus half the interest in the lease of Blackwood Park from Osmond Gilles, half the farm’s present crop (provided he pay his sister Rachel £50 and give her a home at Blackwood Park while she remains single; also to keep his mother for life), the other half of the farm lease and the other half of the present crop to his son-in-law, Jesse Ridgway. Ridgway and William Richardson, both of Blackwood Farm, to be executors. 17/3/1857 George OSBORNE house Onkaparinga, the Rev’d Charles COLWELL married Jacob Osborne 23 farmer Onkaparinga to Rachel BONEHAM 21, daughter of William Boneham. Samuel BOWDEN farmer and George Osborne farmer Onkaparinga the witnesses. Her brother, James Boneham was a farmer at The Vallies Nairne 1/10/1860 William Boneham had bought land in the Hundred of Kalangadoo Application 1810

BONEHAM, William George butcher Penola 1893 Application 22546

BONET, Arthur land agent Adelaide 1881 Memorial 11/334

BONFIELD, Albert William formerly of Adelaide but now of Forest Hill via Blackall Qld changed his name to Burton Wreford REYNOLDS 1930. Born 28/11/1897 Memorial 188/503

No 1

BONGAERTS, Theodore Roman Catholic clergyman Willunga 1868 Memorial 37/236

BONGAERTS, Theodor Henry RC priest Gawler, died c1874. He left his estate in SA to Charles van der HEYDEN RC priest at Salisbury, his garden in Ravenstein Holland, to his uncle, Hubertus CUNERS carpenter Ravenstein, Poord province, Brabant, Holland. The testator's sister, Johanna BERLIERS nee Bongaerts widow of William Berliers at Ravenstein to inherit the rest of the testator's estate in Holland Memorial 227/280

BONHAM, Abraham labourer Telowie 1917 Memorial 123/475

BONHAM, Caroline widow Kensington 1853 Memorial 310/50

BONHAM, Ephraim labourer Norwood 1850 Memorial 313/28

No 1

BONHAM, James carpenter Gawler 1851 Memorial 10/37.

No 2

BONHAM, James and William John Bonham both labourers Telowie 1920 Memorial 171/481

No 1

BONHAM, John bushman Pt Augusta Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 628 County Frome

No 2

BONHAM, John brickmaker Norwood 1887 Memorial 134/387

BONHAM, Thomas carter Marryatville 1850 Memorial 237/27

No 1

BONNELL, James gardener Brompton 1851 Memorial 22/31

BONNELL, James formerly gardener Brompton but now farmer Balhannah 1855 Memorial 269/100

BONNAR, Edward William accountant Pt Adelaide 1851 Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 22/73

BONNAR, Henry licensed teacher Strathalbyn 1877 Memorial 29/301

No 1

BONNAR, James Pillans schoolteacher Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 499/84

BONNAR, James Pillans gentleman Mt Barker, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Henry BONNAR teacher Mt Barker, to manage his SA business affairs 30/9/1856 Deposit 301/OA

BONNAR, James Pillans formerly schoolteacher Mt Barker but then gentleman Melbourne Vic 1856 Memorial 205/110

No 1

BONNAR, John James land agent Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 146/55

BONNAR, John James gentleman Mt Barker trustee land in Mt Barker ‘upon certain trusts for the Presbyterian Church … a cite [sic] for a Presbyterian church, school house and residence for a minister for said church’ 1851 Memorial 441/36

BONNAR, JJ articled clerk to DP O’BRIEN solicitor Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 400/41

BONNAR, JJ Mt Barker Land and Building Association secretary 1852 Memorial 65/46

BONNAR, John James gentleman Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 42/52

BONNAR, John James articled clerk Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 487/89

BONNAR, John James gentleman Section 5002 Hundred of Macclesfield 1857 Memorial 29/127

BONNAR, John James Esquire Blakiston 1863 Memorial 211/190

BONNAR, JJ solicitor Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 329/202

BONNAR, John James gentleman Strathalbyn Strathalbyn Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1874 Application 13601.

BONNAR, John James solicitor formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Gladstone 1876 Memorial 63/296

BONNAR, John James solicitor Gladstone 1881 Memorial 22/333

BONNAR, John James solcitor Pt Adelaide 1888 Application 21324

BONNAR, Lambert stockowner Carrieton 1886 Memorial 101/373

No 1

BONNAR, Thomas brickmaker Brompton 1852[-1854] Memorial 322/44

No 2

BONNAR, Thomas labourer Beverley 1853 Memorial 152/47

BONNAR, William brickmaker Brompton 1851 Memorial 463/37.

No 1

BONNELL, James gardener Brompton 1851[-1854] Memorial 22/31

BONNELL, James farmer formerly of Brompton but now of Balhannah 1855 Memorial 269/100

BONNER, Anastasia nee FITZGIBBON Port Road, Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 11/18

No 1

BONNER, Thomas brickmaker Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 195/34.

BONNER, Thomas brickmaker Brompton, died c1854. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anastasia Bonner Memorial 148/148

BONNER, William accountant Pt Adelaide 1851. Wesleyan Methodist. Memorial 236/31

No 1

BONNEY, Arthur Edwin draftsman Glenelg 1878 Memorial 102/311

BONNEY, Arthur Edwin civil servant formerly of Glenelg 1883 but then of Upper Kensington 1886 Memorial 149/455

BONNEY, Arthur Edwin Esquire Upper Kensington and Alice Emily Bonney his wife 1887 Memorial 195/384

BONNEY, Arthur Edwin of HM Civil Service Upper Kensington and Alice Emily Bonney his wife 1890 Memorial 129/404

BONNEY, Arthur Edwin engineer Upper Kensington and Alice Emily Bonney his wife 1895 Memorial 245/424

No 1

BONNEY, Charles Esquire Norwood 1851[-1854] Memorial 52/31

BONNEY, Charles Esquire Crown land commissioner Coxwood 1853 Memorial 496/55

BONNEY, Charles Esquire Adelaide 1855 East Torrens Building & Investment Society trustee Memorial 364/88

BONNEY, Charles Esquire Adelaide 1863 Application 4366

BONNEY, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1874 Application 14004

BONNEY, John Wesley general dealer Dry Creek 1938 Application 28138

BONNEY, William Isaac of Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 284 County Fergusson

BONNIE, Andrew builder Goodwood Road. Goodwood Road Wesleyan Methodist Church trustees 1901 Memorial 216/444

No 1

BONNIN, Alfred clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 377/27

BONNIN, Alfred solicitor Adelaide 1863 Memorial 18/230

BONNIN, Alfred solicitor Adelaide linked with Josiah Bonnin overseer Malpa near Wellington on the Murray 1875 Memorial 134/280

BONNIN, Alfred Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1879 Memorial 96/318

BONNIN, Alfred solicitor Malvern, died 4/9/1910. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Blanche Bonnin. Estate worth £125 Application 27902

BUNN, Esther Jane widow Adelaide 1869, about to leave SA for Qld in the latter part of the year. Mother of Alfred BONNIN gentleman Adelaide Application 23610

No 1

BONNIN, Josiah clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 234/145

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BONNIN, Josiah sheep farmer Anxious Bay linked with William Bonnin accountant Unley 1865 Memorial 55/203

BONNIN, Josiah sheep farmer Arkaba linked with William Bonnin accountant Unley Park 1869 Memorial 79/240

BONNIN, Josiah gentleman formerly of Anxious Bay but now of Nalpa 1875, linked with William Bonnin accountant Unley Application 14290

BONNIN, Josiah gentleman Nalpa near Strathalbyn 1876 Memorial 196/288

BONNIN, Josiah gentleman Nalpa near Wellington on the Murray 1879[-1887] Memorial 141/314

BONNIN, Josiah stockowner Nalpa linked with P Fred Bonnin solicitor Adelaide 1879 Memorial 116/317

BONNIN, Josiah formerly sheep farmer Anxious Bay but now station manager Nalpa linked with William Bonnin of Unley 1880 Memorial 227/322

BONNIN, Josiah station manager Nalpa 1902 Memorial 11/447

BONNIN, Josiah retired station manager 180 Ward St, North Adelaide, died 30/6/1918, of senility and cardiac failure, aged 79. Born London, England. To SA 69 years ago. Married aged 29. 3 sons and 3 daughters living; 2 daughters deceased Application 27587

No 1

BONNIN, Paul F clerk Adelaide 1871 Memorial 29/258

BONNIN, Paul Frederick solicitor Adelaide 1875 Memorial 55/283

BONNIN, Paul Frederick solicitor Adelaide and Clara Jane Bonnin his wife 1890 Memorial 196/403

BONNIN, Paul Frederick solicitor Adelaide 1895 Application 22921

No 1

BONNIN, Samuel carpenter Adelaide (Grote St) 1849 24/18

BONNIN, Samuel builder Adelaide 1851 364/33

No 1

BONNIN, William gentleman Adelaide and Mary Bonnin his wife formerly Mary JAMES married on 26/31864 Memorial 18/231

BONNIN, William gentleman Adelaide and Mary Bonnin formerly Mary JAMES his wife 1865 Memorial 300/203

BONNIN, William clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1873 Memorial 204/266

BONNIN, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of England 1890 Memorial 124/405

BONSHOR, Isaac herdsman Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 205 County Grey

BONTELL, Alfred farmer Clare 1876 Memorial 20/289

BONTELL, John farmer formerly of Yorke Peninsula but now of McLaren Vale 1879 Memorial 147/314

BONTOLL, Stephen of SA leased Section 423 Survey C 1850 Memorial 380/55

No 1

BONWICK, James schoolmaster North Adelaide 1851[-1859] Memorial 442/30.

BONWICK, James formerly schoolmaster North Adelaide but now of Cambridge Road, London, Middlesex, England 1875 Memorial 84/286

BONYTHON, Alexander gardener Summertown, aged 71 in 1949, declared that he had lived his whole life on the one farm Application 28639

BONYTHON, Clive Langdon accountant Greenhill Road, Tusmore linked with John Barton Bonython grazier Mt Barker 1939 Memorial 55/514

BONYTHON, Eric Glenie pastoralist Bugle Ranges linked with Guy Godolphin Bonython grazier Adelaide 1941 Memorial 188/515

BONYTHON, Eric Langdon police sergeant Burra North (formerly Aberdeen) 1942 Memorial 151/516

BONYTHON, George Langdon gentleman formerly of East Tce, Adelaide, but then of Flinders St, Adelaide, died 26/3/1909. Husband of Mary Bonython. Father of Sir John Langdon Bonython and Alfred McBain Bonython Memorial 81/461

BONYTHON, Guy Godolphin grazier formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1944 Memorial 46/518

BONYTHON, John Langdon journalist Adelaide 1881 Memorial 205/330

BONYTHON, John Lavington Knight Bachelor of 263 East Tce, Adelaide, died 6/11/1960. Husband of Constance Jean Bonython, who selected her husband's home, Eurilla, at Mt Lofty, as her future home. Parents of John Langdon Bonython barrister Adelaide (Steamship Buildings 17 Currie St). Other children mentioned but not named Memorial 200/533

No 1

BONYTHON, John Mitchell gardener Marden Road, West Marden 1932 Memorial 44/506

BONYTHON, John Mitchell of Marden Road, Marden, died 2/2/1944. Father of Alan John Bonython gardener Marden Road, Marden and Dulcie Mavis SYMONS married woman Marden Road, Marden Memorial 59/519

No 1

BONYTHON, Robert farmer Section 3541 Bremer River 1855 Memorial 87/90

BONYTHON, Robert farmer Mt Barker Springs 1856 Memorial 14/96

No 2

BONYTHON, Robert forest driver Summertown 1913 Application 26184

BONYTHON, Robert Langdon the Elder Summertown, died 5/11/1906. Husband of Grace Bonython. Father of Caroline BADENOCH widow Bridgewater; Alexander Rankin Bonython market gardener Summertown; Robert Langdon Bonython the Younger gardener Summertown; Mary Rankin JOHNSON wife of Thomas Johnson wholesale fruit merchant formerly of Glen Osmond but now of Angas St, Kent Town; John Mitchell Bonython gardener Carey Gully; George Langdon Bonython market gardener Norton Summit; Richard Mitchell Bonython market gardener Summertown; and Grace COPELAND wife of William Copeland fruiterer Adelaide (Flinders St) Memorial 47/465

BONYTHON, Thomas shoemaker Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 243/67

BOOKER, Thomas undertaker Stepney 1893 Application 22570

No 1

BOOKER, William brickmaker Bowden 1873[-1879] Memorial 93/270,

Application 14219

BOOKER, William night watchman Third St, Bowden, died 22/8/1923. His widow, Margaret Booker, inherited the estate for life, then to be sold and the children to inherit in equal shares. Estate worth £625. Margaret Booker died 8/6/1926. Her children were Annie Louisa HOLDEN, Alice Ethel VIANT, Mabel Margaret HITCHIN, Gertrude May HARRIS, Myrtle Rose NIETSCHKE, William Norman Cecil BOOKER, Ruby Ella Violet PEDERSEN, Gwendoline Winifred BURFORD. Application 2812

BOOKER, William night watchman Third St, Bowden, died 22/8/1923. He left his £625 estate to his wife, Margaret Booker, but should she die before her children, each child to inherit her estate in equal shares. Margaret Booker widow Third St, Bowden, died 8/6/1926. Her children who inherited her £700 estate included; Annie Louisa HOLDEN; Alice Ethel VIVANT; Mabel Margaret HITCHIN; Gertrude May HARRIS; Myrtle Rose NIETSCHKE; William Norman Cecil Booker, Ruby Ella Violet PEDERSEN and Gwendoline Winifred BURFORD Application 27812

BOOKER, William night watchman Bowden, died 27/8/1923. Husband of Margaret Booker. Children mentioned but not named Memorials 185-6/489

BOOKER, Margaret of Third St, Bowden. Her family as of 1923 - Annie Louise HOLDEN, Alice Ethel VIANT, Mabel Margaret HITCHIN, Gertrude May HARRIS, Myrtle Rose NIETSCHKE, William Norman Cecil BOOKER, Ruby Ella Violet PEDERSEN, and Gwendoline Winifred BURFORD Memorial 164/495

BOOMER, John farmer Currency Creek 1855 Memorial 371/81

BOOMER, Herbert Alexander labourer Mt Crawford 1915 Application 26463

No 1

BOON, Henry farmer Stanmore Place, Mt Barker [probably to be read as Mt Barker District] 1844[-1853] Memorial 443/7

BOON, Henry farmer Stanmore near Woodside, died c1854. He left his whole estate to his wife, Elizabeth Boon Memorial 110/102

BOON, Henry gardener Stanmore Cottage Western Branch of the Onkaparinga, died 2/9/1855, of invulvulus, aged 50. His wife, who could not write, was called Elizabeth Boon. Her husband left her all his estate. The Boons lived on two 10-acre Sections 5131/5132 Hundred of Onkaparinga, which Henry Boon, then a farmer, took out as land grants in 1847, for £20. His address was given as Stalmore (sic) Place, Mt Barker Application 24903

BOON, Elizabeth widow Stanmore near Woodside relict of the late Henry Boon formerly farmer of the same place now deceased 1856 Memorial 137/109

BOON, Robert yeoman Mt Charles 1857 Memorial 42/129

BOON, William Flitcroft grocer Cheltenham 1897 Memorial 245/432

BOONE, John Powell farmer Currency Creek 1857[-1870] Memorial 213/115, Application 7221

BOONE, Thomas of Sandy Creek 1857 Memorial 332/126

BOOR, James clerk to Mr RICHMAN Adelaide 1840 Memorial 130/159

No 1

BOORD, Alexander Frederick yeoman Adelaide 1844 Memorial 445/3

BOORD, Alexander Frederick gentleman The Torrens 1854 Memorial 30/70

BOORD, Alexander Frederick gentleman Freshford near Adelaide 1865 Memorial 4/206

BOORD, Alexander Frederick gardener Athelstone 1893 Application 22543

BOORD, Alexander Frederick gentleman Freshford near Athelstone, died 15/1/1896. Father of Alice Boord of Freshford, the sole executrix Memorial 182/427

BOORD, Alice spinster Freshford near Athelstone 1896 Application 23261

No 2

BOORD, Alexander Frederick pilot The Semaphore 1878 Memorial 84/306

No 1

BOORD, Edwin storekeeper Auburn 1878 Memorial 127/307

BOORD, Edwin storekeeper formerly of Auburn but now of Adelaide 1881 Memorial 250/334

No 1

BOORD, Henry John licensed victualler Nailsworth Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 46 Page 33 County MacDonnell

BOORD, Henry John auctioneer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 23/347

BOORD, James Elkington, Septimus and John Charles farmers Curracalinga 1842 Memorial ½

No 1

BOORD, John Charles sheep farmer Curracalinga 1846 Memorial 356/6

BOORD, John Charles stockholder Cowandillah 1847 Memorial 180/228

BOORD, John Charles stockholder Adelaide 1851 Memorial 416/38.

BOORD, John Charles stock agent of the Torrens River near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 142/52

BOORD, John Charles cattle dealer of the Torrens River, about to leave SA for a period, power of attorney to Richard SMITH cattle salesman of the Torrens, to manage his SA business affairs 14/2/1854 Deposit 141/OA

BOORD, John Charles gentleman formerly of the Torrens River at present residing at Bath, Somerset, England 1854 Memorial 288/85

BOORD, John Charles stockholder Section 490 on the Torrens Hundred of Davenport land grant 1858 Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

BOORD, JC, BLYTH, Arthur, and GRAVES, JC all of Adelaide local directors of the National Bank of Australasia 1861 Memorial 65/174

BOORD, John Charles banker formerly of Adelaide (still there 1863), But now of London 1864, one of the English shareholders and a Director of the Preamimma Copper Mine Company Ltd - registered 28/10/1861, with its registered office at Whitehaven, Cumberland, England. Dissolved at a general shareholders’ meeting held at Whitehaven on 1/4/1864. Was Richard HALLETT broker London, an English shareholder, a relative of the Hallett Brothers in SA, also connected with the Company? John POSTLETHWAITE of Whitehaven, the Company’s solicitor. The Company had purchased Sections 1, 2 and 2026 Hundred of Monarto (266 acres worth £399 as land grants in 1856. WB DAWES and Alfred Hallett were the foundation trustees in 1857 Application 9734

BOORD, John Charles presently of parts beyond the sea 1864. Executor for Samuel STOCKS the Younger’s will. Memorial 180/228

BOORD, John Charles banker formerly of Adelaide but now of London, England 1869 Application 9734

BOORD, John Charles formerly stockholder Torrens River 1850 and Adelaide 1855 late farmer Kumeu near Auckland New Zealand, died 22/4/1895. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Annie Boord, for her lifetime, then to his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Annie Boord died 21/5/1902 Auckland intestate. His children, Charles Moss Boord farmer Kumea, Annie FOSTER widow Kumeu, Alice GILL wife of Felix Gill of Maungaturoto, Frank Moss Boord district engineer Rotorua and Jane Boord spinster Kumeu, decided to give their father's land (Sections 840, 842, 843 Hundred of Hawker) near Franklin Harbour in South Australia (some 237 acres), to their cousin, Fanny Boord, spinster formerly of Hahndorf but now of Military Road, Swansea. She sold the property to a local farmer, John Edmonston Watson of Franklin Harbour for £190 in 1918 Application 26636

BOORD, John Charles farmer Kumeu, Auckland, New Zealand, died 22/4/1895. Widow Annie BOORD Kumeu, Charles Moss BOORD farmer Kumeu, Felix GILL farmer Paparoa, Kaipara, New Zealand, executors for the will of JC Boord, power of attorney to Richard Neville COLLEY of Adelaide, to sell his real estate in SA and wind up the estate 20/2/1896 Deposit 27/1896.

BOORD, Joseph James gardener Athelstone 1896 Application 23261

No 1

BOORD, Septimus stockholder Angorichina 1859 Memorial 186/156

BOORD, Septimus gentleman Ardtornish 1869 Memorial 161/242

BOORD, Septimus police constable Eudunda 1877 Memorial 185/304

BOORD, Septimus police trooper Elliston. Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 48 Page 41 County Musgrave

BOORD, Septimus the Elder gentleman Hahndorf 1881[-1882] Memorial 248/335, Application 19197

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

BOORD, William livery stable keeper Sydney NSW 1872 Memorial 201/257

BOORD, William licensed victualler Adelaide 1878 Memorial 69/308

BOORD, William farmer Hundred of Inkerman Co Gawler 1888 Memorial 222/389

BOORMAN, Beatrice Violet hotelkeeper Aberdeen near Kooringa 1918 Memorial 138/477

No 1

BOORMAN, John wheelwright Mitcham 1851 Memorial 334/33

BOORMAN, John carpenter Mitcham 1854 Memorial 12/74

No 1

BOORMAN, John Dalby 33 bachelor wheelwright Mitcham (Father: John Boorman) married Annie Maria SCOTT 32 spinster Mitcham (Father: William SCOTT) on 10/8/1881 St Michael's Mitcham. Witnesses: Katherine M HOCTOR and S PRINGLE of Mitcham Application 18409.

BOORMAN, John Dalby wheelwright Mitcham 1889 Application 22596

BOORMAN, Sarah Ann widow of John William Boorman Mitcham 1880 Application 18024

No 1

BOORMAN, Laurence Dalby clerk of the Mitcham District Council 1917 Application 26483

BOORMAN, Laurence Dalby Clerk District Council of Mitcham Kingswood 1928 Application 27649

No 1

BOOTH, Alexander Frederick and Henry Booth farmers Reynella linked with Richard Booth farmer Marion on the Sturt 1886 Memorial 121/379

BOOTH, Alexander Frederick and BOOTH, Henry farmers Reynella 1905 Application 25027

No 1

BOOTH, Bannister formerly labourer Adelaide 1839 but now farmer Keithley Farm near Adelaide 1847 Application 9975

BOOTH, Bannister farmer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 131/4

Farmer Hurtle Vale 1846[-1863] Memorial 258/7

Property called Keithley Farm 1847 Memorial 86/10

BOOTH, Bannister farmer Hurtle Vale 1851[-1854] Memorial 423/30, Application 22328

BOOTH, Bannister farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 236/40

BOOTH, Bannister farmer Hurtle Vale 1855 Memorial 313/85

BOOTH, Bannister farmer Hurtle Vale O'Halloran Hill 1857 Memorial 169/126

BOOTH, Bannister farmer Reynella 1881 Memorial 197/333

BOOTH, Frank contractor Government Gums. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 68 County Not named

No 1

BOOTH, George carpenter Kensington 1850[-1853] Memorial 155/21

BOOTH, George carpenter Norwood 1853[-1867] Memorial 442/52

BOOTH, George carpenter Kensington 1851[-1856] Memorial 39/31

Hundred of Bremer land purchase 1853 Memorial 444/55

BOOTH, George builder Norwood 1860[-1861] Memorial 82/166

BOOTH, George builder Norwood and Louisa Booth his wife 1860 Memorial 209/326

No 1

BOOTH, James storekeeper Gawler 1849[-1855] Memorial 419/16

BOOTH, James blacksmith formerly of Gawler but now of Sheepwash Creek near Bendigo Vic 1857 Memorial 339/116

BOOTH, James carpenter and blacksmith Bordertown 1883 Application 19998

BOOTH, James carpenter Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1895 Grant Book 7 Page 18 County Buckingham

BOOTH, Lillian Jane married woman Reynella 1950, born 15/7/1883. She had lived in the vicinity of Morphett Vale and Reynella for the whole of her life Application 28770

BOOTH, Lindsay Stanley farmer formerly of Reynella but now of Morphett Vale 1951 Application 28832

BOOTH, Samuel carter Portland Estate 1863 Memorial 186/192

BOOTH, S of Bordertown 1887 Memorial 170/388

BOOTH, Sydney Russell accountant Adelaide 1921 Memorial 21/483

No 1

BOOTH, Thomas upholsterer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 425/26

BOOTH, Thomas upholsterer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853 Memorial 291/52

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

BOOTH, Thomas cabinetmaker Burnside 1854 Memorial 458/75

BOOTH, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 193/280

BOOTHBY, Alfred F ledger keeper SA Banking Co Robe 1868 Memorial 203/227

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOOTHBY, Benjamin the Elder Supreme Court Judge Adelaide and The Glen Glen Osmond, died 21/6/1868 Glen Osmond. He left his entire estate to his widow, Maria Bradbury Robinson Boothby. Estate worth £5,000. William BAKEWELL prepared his will Application 23035

BOOTHBY, Benjamin the Younger surveyor The Glen Glen Osmond 1855 Memorial 15/91

BOOTHBY, Benjamin engineer Adelaide 1874[-1877]. Enrolment

BOOTHBY, Benjamin civil engineer Adelaide 1880 Application 18184

BOOTHBY, Benjamin civil engineer Glenelg, died 1883. Linked with WL Boothby probate office clerk Adelaide and William Robinson Boothy sheriff Glenelg Memorial 216/358

No 1

BOOTHBY, Brinsley C clerk to Messrs KNOX, GWYNNE & HARGRAVE solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 49/351

BOOTHBY, Brinsley Charles solicitor Melbourne Vic linked with Reginald Klingender Boothby shipping agent North Adelaide 1897 Memorial 168/430

BOOTHBY, Brinsley Charles solicitor Melbourne Vic linked with Elizabeth Boothby widow Adelaide 1906 Memorial 58/456

No 1

BOOTHBY, Edward Robert schoolmaster Kensington 1849 Memorial 429/19

BOOTHBY, Edward Robert farmer Pt Elliot 1853[-1864] Memorial 375/55

Trustee of the Pt Elliot Public School 1856 Memorial 289/102

BOOTHBY, Edward Robert storekeeper Pt Elliot 1857 Memorial 340/126

BOOTHBY, Edward Robert winegrower Pt Elliot 1865[-1867] Memorial 108/203

BOOTHBY, Edward Robert wine grower Pt Elliot 1867 Application 8591

BOOTHBY, Edward Robert farmer formerly of Pt Elliot 1853 but now of Richmond Vic 1874 Application 13656

No 1

BOOTHBY, George clerk to ELDER, STIRLING & Co Adelaide 1857 Memorial 117/130

BOOTHBY, George no description Smillie Estate trustee (Act of Parliament Smillie Estate Act 1858) 1863 Application 19039

BOOTHBY, George Esquire Adelaide Smillie Estate Trustee 1880 Application 18058

BOOTHBY, George of The Glen Glen Osmond secretary to the Mercantile Marine and Fire Insurance Co of Grenfell St, Adelaide linked with Maria Bradbury Robinson Boothby widow The Glen Glen Osmond 1885 Memorial 191/363

BOOTHBY, George gentleman Adelaide 1888 Application 21352

BOOTHBY, George local secretary and underwriter to the Commercial Union Assurance Co Ltd of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1892 Memorial 79/415

BOOTHBY, Gilbert clerk Adelaide 1865 Memorial 28/207

No 1

BOOTHBY, Harold Glen labourer Macclesfield and Ellen Merle Boothby his wife 1954 Application 29080.

BOOTHBY, Harold Glen and BOOTHBY, Ellen Merle farmers Macclesfield 1957 Application 29268

No 1

BOOTHBY, Hugo Probate Office Adelaide 1895 Application 23035

BOOTHBY, Hugo chief clerk probate office Adelaide 1904[-1912] Memorial 67/452, Application 26059

BOOTHBY, J chief clerk Chief Secretary's Office Adelaide 1865 Memorial 175/207

No 1

BOOTHBY, James Henry and Thomas Wilde sheep farmers Tintinara linked with George Boothby Secretary to the Mercantile Marine Insurance Co Adelaide 1870 Memorial 49/247

BOOTHBY, James Henry settler Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1875 Grant Book 7 Page 5 County Buckingham

BOOTHBY, James Henry manager Nalang Station. Trustee Institute Bordertown Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 66 Page 52 County Buckingham

No 1

BOOTHBY. Josiah Secretary to the Largs Bay Land and Investment Co Lt 1882 Application 18990

BOOTHBY, Josiah commission agent Adelaide (Exchange Office, Pirie St) 1884 Memorial 172/356

BOOTHBY, Reginald Klingender customs agent and carrier North Adelaide, died c1904 intestate. Husband of Elizabeth Boothby Memorial 111/452

BOOTHBY, William farmer Auburn 1867. He could not write Application 8595

No 1

BOOTHBY, William R Deputy Sheriff Adelaide 1857 Memorial 125/119

BOOTHBY, William Robinson Esquire Sheriff of SA Adelaide 1859[-1868] Memorial 158/148

BOOTHBY, William Robinson Sheriff of SA 1885 Application 20731

BOOTHEY, Benjamin farmer Hundred of Eurilpa 1887 Memorial 201/388

No 1

BOOTHEY, John labourer Cherry Gardens 1859 Memorial 347/148

BOOTHEY, John formerly labourer Cherry Gardens 1849 late farmer Happy Valley now Mt Gambier 1862 Application 3555

BOOTHEY/BOOTHY, Joseph farmer Coromandel Valley 1884 Memorial 18/358

BOOTHEY/BOOTHY, Thomas farmer Cherry Gardens 1848[-1855] Memorial 152/13. Cherry Gardens Wesleyan Methodist trustee.

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BOOTHEY, William farmer Peachey Belt 1854[-1858] Memorial 93/96

BOOTHEY, William farmer Auburn 1866[-1886] Memorial 76/211

BOOTHEY, William farmer near Rhynie 1864 Application 4926

BOOTHEY, William farmer Baker Springs near Rhynie 1865 Application 6050

BOOTHEY, William farmer near Auburn 1869. He could not write Application 9914

BOOTHEY, William farmer near Rhynie 1873 Memorial 58/266

BOOTHEY, William farmer formerly of Auburn 1867 now of Rhynie 1878 Application 16637

BOOTHEY, William Edward of Eurilpa 1885 Memorial 88/371

No 1

BOOTHMAN, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 497/41.

BOOTHMAN, Thomas publican Adelaide 1862 Application 2889.

BOOTHMAN, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide 1861 Memorial 124/177

BOOTHMAN, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Sturt St) 1864 Application 5284.

BOOTHMAN, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Rose Inn, Sturt St), died c1866. He left estate to his wife, Elizabeth Boothman, as a life interest Memorial 244/212

BOOTS, Charles labourer Hindmarsh 1850[-1853] Memorial 439/23

BOOTS, JJ of Brighton 1923 Application 27185

No 1

BOOTS, John schoolmaster Kooringa 1848 Memorial 151/13

Kooringa and Redruth Wesleyan Methodist Chapels trustee. A builder by 1851. Enrolment 46/10

BOOTS, John builder Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1851 Memorial 154/31

No 1

BORBIDGE, John farmer Mt Gambier 1858 Memorial 345/147

BORBIDGE, John farmer Woodside near Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 32/252

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

BORBIDGE, William farmer Balanaca 1849 Memorial 220/14

BORBIDGE, William dairyman Adelaide and Lucy his wife 1852 Memorial 125/43.

No 1

BORCHARD, Andreas basketmaker North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 71/73

BORCHARD, Andreas basketmaker North Adelaide, and Henriette Wilhelmine Borchard nee SPERWIEN 1871 Memorial 224/253

BORCHART, Heinrich labourer Norwood 1851[-1853] Memorial 312/34

BORCHERS, Carl August Friedrich the Elder blacksmith Hahndorf 1857[-1887] Memorial 39/126

BORCHERS, George Carl August wheelwright Norwood 1877 Application 16234

No 1

BORCHERS, Heinrich August Theodor cabinetmaker Kensington 1854 Memorial 295/62

BORCHERS, Heinrich August Theodor cabinetmaker Third Creek 1860 Application 1107

BORCHERS, Heinrich August Theodor cabinetmaker formerly of Kensington 1854 now of Adelaide 1867 Application 8780

BORCHERS, Heinrich Conrad Wilhelm cabinetmaker North Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 477/79

No 1

BORD, Caspar farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 77/88

BORD, Caspar farmer near Adelaide 1858 Memorial 41/136

BOREHAM, Henry labourer Stony Creek 1860 Memorial 328/171

No 1

BORGAS, Heinrich farmer Klemzig 1850 Dry Creek lease farm taken up Memorial 489/82

BORGAS, Heinrich farmer Hope Valley 1854 Memorial 122/77

BORGAS, Heinrich farmer formerly of Hope Valley but now of Section 506 Hundred of Gilbert 1860 Memorial 181/166

BORGAS, Heinrich farmer Gilbert River 1871 Memorial 97/257

BORGAS, Heinrich farmer near Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 502 County Frome

No 1

BORGAS, Heinrich Henry Martin farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 500 County Frome

BORGAS, Heinrich Martin farmer Hawker 1894 Memorial 130/421

BORGAS, Wilhelm farmer Booleroo 1890 Memorial 191/401

BORGELT, August farmer Gilles Plains 1861[-1868] Memorial 4/171

No 1

BORGMANN, Heinrich Friedrich labourer Stepney 1851 Memorial 290/30

BORGMANN, Heinrich Friedrich gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 3/81

BORGMANN, Heinrich Friedrich farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 252/81

BORGMANN, Heinrich Friedrich farmer formerly of Stepney but now of Morphett Vale 1859 Memorial 318/155

BORLACE, Charles Richard Albert farmer South Hummocks trustee Yararoo School 1931 Grant Book 14 Page 148 County Daly

No 1

BORLACE, John farmer near Clare 1877 Application 16271

BORLACE, J farmer Clare 1889 Memorial 77/399

BORLACE, Richard farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1895 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

No 1

BORMANN, Diedrich Friedrich Heinrich miller Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 376/33

BORMANN, Diedrich Friedrich Heinrich labourer Bowden 1849 Memorial 360/42.

BORMANN, Diederich farmer Bowden 1854 Enrolment 86/29

BORMANN, Diederich farmer Bowden 1856 Hundred of Light land grant Memorial 119/102

BORMANN, Diederich farmer Section 392 Hundred of Light 1858[-1864] Memorial 156/133

BORMANN, Diedrich Friedrich Heinrich farmer The Light near Bagot Gap 1859 Memorial 9/15

BORMANN, Diedrich Friedrich Heinrich farmer near Bethel 1871[-1875] Memorial 80/255, Application 14075

BORMANN, Ernst Gustav linked with Section 195 Hundred of Finniss 1890 Memorial 220/401

BORMANN, Jack Clerk Salisbury Clerk of the District Council of Salisbury (formerly part of the District Council of Munno Para) 1952 Application 28882

BORMANN, Jacob Wilhelm Heinrich labourer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 119 County Grey

BORMANN, Johann Dietrich bank officer Kapunda changed his name to Dick John BOWMAN 1916. Born 11/9/1899 District of Frome to parents Friedrich Heinrich Bormann and Marianne Magdelene nee SCHONDORF Memorial 188/474

No 1

BORMANN, Johann Gottfried shoemaker Lobethal 1850 Memorial 238/26

BORMANN, Gottfried farmer Lobethal 1855 Memorial 87/80

BORMANN, Johann Gottfried shoemaker Lobethal 1862, linked with Friedrich Rudolph Bormann labourer Lobethal Application 3390

BORMANN, Wilhelm farmer near Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

BORN, Fred licensed victualler Goolwa Hotel Goolwa 1877 Memorial 157/301

No 1

BORN, John carpenter Eastern Road 1850 Memorial 103/23

BORN, John licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1853[-1864] Memorial 136/52, Application 4734

BORN, John licensed victualler Pt Elliot 1869 Memorial 196/236

BORN, John licensed victualler Pt Elliot, died. His estate went under trust. He left the income of his estate to his wife during her widowhood, then £40 annually to her when she remarried and the rest of the income equally to his children until his wife's death. Then the estate to be converted into money and divided equally amongst his children in remainder expectant absolutely 1872 Memorial 164/258

BORN, John publican Pt Elliot died c1869. His estate in trust for his wife, Eliza Born, for life, then to his children in equal shares. Trustees and executors: William BAKER builder East Tce, Adelaide; Robert JARVIS wheelwright Hindmarsh. Eliza Born innkeeper Pt Elliot, died 4/9/1872, cancer, aged 58. John Born also owned the Joiner's Arms Hotel, Hindmarsh, from 1863, which he leased out to George Henry CATCHLOVE Application 14830

BORN, John Chanter licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1875 Memorial 149/280

No 1

BORN, Thomas licensed victualler Pt Victor 1873 Memorial 171/264

BORN, Thomas licensed victualler Kent Town Hotel Kent Town 1875[-1884] Memorial 32/286

No 1

BORNE, Margaret widow Walkerville 1851[-1872] Memorial 347/31, Application 9886

BORNE, Margaret widow late of Walkerville deceased, mother of William Borne carpenter formerly of Walkerville now of Klemzig 1904 Application 24881

No 1

BORNE, William carpenter Walkerville 1872 Memorial 250/258

BORNE, William dairyman Walkerville 1882 Memorial 162/343

BORNE, Margaret widow Walkerville 1869

BORNEMANN, Johann Nicolaus cooper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853 Memorial 426/51

BOROWICKI, Jana farmer Petersburgh 1887 Memorial 188/384

BOROWICKI, John Andrew no description, died 5/3/1938. Executors - Kasimir Thomas Borowicki labourer Peterborough and Arthur Thomas PINK butcher Peterborough Hundred of Yongala land grant 1941 Grant Book 13 Page 241 County Dalhousie

BOROWICKI, Josef farmer Hundred of Coglin Co Herbert 1885[-1890] Memorial 240/372

BOROWS, Phillis widow Section 429 near Angaston 1856 widow of the late Owen Borows yeoman of the same place Memorial 373/97

No 1

BORR, John of Adelaide 1842 sheriff's officer Adelaide 1844 Application 4512

BORR, John sheriff's officer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 455/70

BORRELL, John farmer Raven Farm Langhorne Creek 1864 Memorial 40/195

No 1

BORREN, Joseph gentleman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 411/50

BORREN, Joseph shipping clerk Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 66/129

No 1

BORRETT, George, John and William farmers Langhorne Creek 1902 Memorials 3 & 5/447

BORRETT, George farmer Langhorne Creek father of Angas Borrett farmer Langhorne Creek 1914 Memorial 128/470

BORRETT, George farmer Langhorne Creek, died 12/4/1920. Linked with George Borrett farmer The Rock NSW, Annie McLean JEFFREYS married woman Woods, and Angas Borrett farmer Langhorne Creek Memorials 187-189/482

BORRETT, George farmer The Rock NSW linked with Jeffrey Borrett grazier Langhorne Creek 1926 Memorial 12/496

No 1

BORRETT, John farmer Strathalbyn 1852 Memorial 411/39.

BORRETT, John farmer Langhorne Creek 1853[-1879] Memorial 68/57

Langhorne Creek District School trustee 1858 Memorial 59/152

BORRETT, John farmer Langhorne Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1866 Grant Book 58 Page 361 County Sturt

BORRETT, John stockholder Raydon Farm Langhorne Creek 1881[-1888] Memorial 145/335

BORRETT, John stockholder Langhorne Creek 1883 Memorial 230/352

BORRETT, John storekeeper Langhorne Creek 1885 Memorial 19/366

BORRETT, John farmer Langhorne Creek linked with Christina Borrett no description Langhorne Creek 1896 Memorial 4/429

BORRETT, John farmer Langhorne Creek linked with William Borrett farmer Langhorne Creek 1902 Memorial 4/447

BORRETT, John farmer Raydon Farm Langhorne Creek, died 21/8/1906. Father of George Borrett farmer Langhorne Creek 1906 Memorial 113/456

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BORRETT, John farmer Lake Plains 1889 Application 21705

BORRODAILE, Abraham merchant Fenchurch St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Robert GOUGER Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/1/1839 Enrolment 86/1

BORROW, Charlotte Ann widow North Adelaide 1867 Application 8069

No 1

BORROW, John Mitchell clerk in HM Civil Service Adelaide 1877 Memorial 207/296

BORROW, John Mitchell gentleman New Glenelg 1880 Application 18258

BORROW, JM civil servant Adelaide 1881 Application 18909

BORROW, Richard Eales Esquire Western Flat near Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 49/61

BORROW, Sarah of Finniss St, North Adelaide 1867 Memorial 16/221

BORROWMAN, Jane McKenzie spinster Robe Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 220 County MacDonnell

BORTEN, Elizabeth widow licensed victualler Adelaide (Buck's Head North Tce Pt TA 3) 1876 Memorial 227/293

No 1

BORTEN, William Robert licensed victualler South Road 1859 Memorial 282/156

BORTEN, William Robert gentleman Springbank near Adelaide 1860[-1862] Memorial 7/175, Application 2869

BORTEN, WIlliam Robert licensed victualler Adelaide 1867 Memorial 194/224

BORTHWICK, Adam sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1853[-1859] Memorial 351/79

No 1

BORTHWICK, Adam William and William sheep farmers Pt Lincoln 1882 Memorial 99/339

BORTHWICK, Adam William sheepfarmer Lincoln Park 1884 Memorial 119/361

BORTHWICK, Adam William and William John Kerr Borthwick sheepfarmers near Pt Lincoln linked with Rebecca Borthwick widow Norwood 1890 Memorial 161/405

BORTHWICK, Ancel Tevelyn sheep farmer Tumby Bay linked with Thomas Keith Borthwick sheep farmer White Flat near Pt Lincoln and Gertrude Edith Esabel Borthwick spinster 50 High St, Kensington 1952 Memorial 43/528

No 1

BORTHWICK, David 32 bachelor upholsterer Adelaide (Father: John Borthwick) married Fannie BLACKLER 35 widow Adelaide (Father: Charles DRAYSEY) on 20/6/1878 St John's Halifax St, Adelaide. Minister: WS HOPCRAFT. Witnesses: George Robert COX merchant Adelaide and Elsie HUDD of Adelaide Application 23624

BORTHWICK, David upholsterer Adelaide and Fannie Borthwick his wife 1898 Application 23624

No 1

BORTHWICK, Ernest Lincoln doctor of medicine Payneham linked with Gertrude Edith and Maude Ernestine Borthwick spinsters Kensington Road, Norwood 1906 Memorial 180/455

BORTHWICK, Ernest Lincoln doctor of medicine Payneham 1910 Application 25897

BORTHWICK, Gertrude Isabel and BORTHWICK, Maude Ernestine spinsters Norwood 1912 Application 26112

No 1

BORTHWICK, John Henry commercial traveller Henley Beach 1921 Memorial 159/483

BORTHWICK, John Henry mercantile broker Charles St, Henley Beach South 1926 Memorial 31/495

BORTHWICK, Thomas medical practitioner Kensington 1900 Memorial 242/439

No 1

BORTHWICK, William sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1855 Memorial 252/79

BORTHWICK, William sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1856[-1862] Grant Book 21 Page 21 County Flinders

BORTHWICK, William sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1867. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 8810

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BORTHWICK, William gentleman Kensington 1875 Memorial 135/282

BORTHWICK, William gentleman Norwood, died c1883. Husband of Rebecca Borthwick. Estate worth £28,707 Memorial 103/455

BORTHWICK, Rebecca widow Norwood (relict of the late William Borthwick) linked with Ernest Lincoln Borthwick doctor of medicine Payneham 1905 Memorial 240/453

BOROUGH, K nurse North Adelaide 1893 Memorial 86/417

BOROUGH, R storekeeper Pekina 1868 Memorial 51/236

BORVERING???, Richard shoemaker Bowden 1856 Memorial 180/96

No 1

BOSANQUET, Herbert Percival gentleman Happy Valley 1892 Memorial 2/413

BOSANQUET, Herbert Percival vigneron Happy Valley 1894 Memorial 164/420

BOSANQUET, Herbert Percival Esquire of Hurtle Vale Vineyard Happy Valley near Adelaide, and of Little Berkhampstead, Herts, England 1897 Memorial 111/436

BOSANQUET, Herbert Percival formerly vigneron Happy Valley but now Esquire Parsonage Farm, North Wymms, Herts, England 1902 Memorial 24/448

BOSANQUET, Herbert Percival formerly vigneron Happy Valley but now of parts beyond the seas 1903 Memorial 49/448

No 1

BOSCENCE, Matthew farmer Lancelot 1881 Memorial 206/329

BOSCENCE, Matthew farmer Gumbowie 1889 Memorial 194/397

No 1

BOSCENCE, Richard miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 93/32

BOSCENCE, Richard farmer Kooringa 1854 Memorial 423/69

BOSCENCE, Richard, Thomas and William farmers Springbank near Kooringa 1862 Memorial 289/181

BOSCENCE, Richard farmer North Adelaide Hundred of Hanson land grant 1862[-1863] Grant Book 56 Page 299 County Stanley

No 1

BOSCENCE, Susan widow Copperhouse 1902 Memorial 11/445

BOSCENCE, Susan widow formerly of Copperhouse near Kooringa but now of Broken Hill NSW 1907 Memorial 226/457

BOSCENCE, Thomas farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1865 Application 6593

BOSCENCE, William farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1870 Application 10765

No 1

BOSCH, Carl medical doctor Tea Tree Gully 1861[-1865] Memorial 325/176

BOSCH, Carl doctor of medicine formerly of Tea Tree Gully 1861 but now of Adelaide 1871 Application 11370

BOSCH, Gesine nee KOCH wife of Carl Bosch surgeon Adelaide 1873. Daughter of the late Hermann Friedrich Koch of Highbury Application 12988

BOSCOMB, Francis farmer Hay Flat near Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 166/74

BOSHER, Samuel farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 125/16

No 1

BOSHIER, James gentleman Western Plains near Pt Augusta 1864 Memorial 102/197

BOSHIER, James sheep overseer Western Plains near Pt Augusta 1865 Memorial 335/201

BOSHIER, James bushman Western Plains 1866 Memorial 196/214

BOSHIER, James formerly stock overseer Pt Augusta but now residing in England 1866 Memorial 250/217

BOSHIER, James sheep overseer formerly of the Western Plains near Pt Augusta but now in parts beyond the seas 1872 Memorial 200/258

BOSHIER, James gentleman Adelaide 1873 Memorial 202/267

BOSHIER, James gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1879 Memorial 107/313

No 1

BOSISTO, Reginald George draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1875[-1883] Memorial 180/285

BOSISTO, Reginald George and Simeon Russell Bosisto agents Adelaide (Freeman St) 1883 Memorial 146/355

BOSISTO, Reginald George money broker Adelaide (Freeman St) trading as Bosisto & Son 1885 Memorial 33/371

BOSISTO, Reginald George financial agent Adelaide 1886 Memorial 56/376

No 1

BOSISTO, Simeon Russell ironmonger Goodwood 1856 Memorial 175/104

BOSISTO, SR watchmaker Finniss Vale Rapid Bay 1858 Memorial 324/141

BOSISTO, Simeon Russell agent Strathalbyn Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1867 Grant Book 37 Page 70 County Hindmarsh

BOSISTO, Simeon Russell Town Clerk Corporation of Strathalbyn 1873[-1875] Memorial 49/270

BOSISTO, Simeon Russell accountant formerly of Strathalbyn but then of Unley, died 18/8/1884 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Caroline Bosisto, to settle the estate 1884 Memorials 52 & 54/363

No 1

BOSLEY, Thomas potter Hindmarsh 1871[-1872] Memorial 105/251

BOSLEY, Korah of Hindmarsh 1874 probably the wife of Thomas Bosley who had died c1874 Memorials 249 & 250/273

BOSOMWORTH, William storekeeper Pt Pirie 1901 Memorial 180/442

BOSQUANET, Herbert vigneron Happy Valley 1894 Application 22666

BOSS, Charlotte home duties Auburn 1944, declared that she had lived in the town for 41 years Application 28394

BOSS, John labourer Quorn 1886 Memorial 151/379

BOSS, Joseph labourer Auburn 1917 Application 26581

No 1

BOSS, William labourer East Auburn 1875 Memorial 214/279

BOSS, William labourer East Auburn 1880 Application 18124

BOSS, William labourer East Auburn 1901. He could not write Application 24175

BOSSART, Hermann gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 152/29

BOSSOW, Johann farmer near Freeling Hundred of Hall land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 225 County Stanley

No 1

BOSTOCK, James Richard ironmonger Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 424/78

BOSTOCK, James Richard formerly ironmonger Adelaide 1854 but now storekeeper Encounter Bay 1862 Application 3423

BOSTOCK, James Richard storekeeper Encounter Bay 1862. Henry Charles HARROLD ironmonger Adelaide knew him well Application 3423

BOSTON, Henry storekeeper Middleton 1856 Memorial 325/110

No 1

BOSWARVA, Henry Mooringe gentleman Plympton 1842 Memorial 314/2

BOSWARVA, HM of Adelaide 1845 Memorial 174/291

BOSWARVA, Henry Mooringe accountant Burra Burra 1847 Memorial 262/59

BOSWARVA, Henry Mooringe clerk to Mr JOHNSON solicitor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 56/14

Clerk to JY ASHTON solicitor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 495/17

Clerk to Mr WILLIAMS solicitor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 124/27

Gentleman Norwood 1852 Memorial 315/45

Gentleman Kensington 1853 Memorial 301/61

BOSWARVA, Henry Mooringe gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1858[-1861] Memorial 171/292

No 1

BOSWARVA, John accountant Plymouth, Devon, England, land grant Section 282, Survey C 20/2/1840 Enrolment43/40

BOSWARVA, John Esquire Plympton, Devon, England 1854 He owned leasehold property in the Hundred of Willunga Memorial 193/72

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BOSWELL, William gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1858] Memorial 64/43

BOSWELL, William contractor Pt Lincoln 1878[-1883] Memorial 26/308, Application 19880

BOSWELL, William contractor Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1883 Grant Book 21 Page 47 County Flinders

BOSWELL, William Charles licensed victualler Brighton 1878 Memorial 45/311

BOSWORTH, Carolyn Roderick garage proprietor McLaren Vale 1952[-1955]. His wife, Aileen Frances Bosworth, died 30/10/1952 Adelaide Memorial 90/529

BOSWORTH, Henry pastoralist Noarlunga 1920[-1934] Memorial 6/480

No 1

BOSWORTH, John farmer Edgehill near Riverton 1858[-1879] Memorial 22/146

BOSWORTH, John sheep farmer Western Plains 1866 Memorial 250/216

BOSWORTH, John Esquire Western Plains 1873 Memorial 12/265

BOSWORTH, John farmer formerly of the Western Plains 1867 but now of Edge Hill near Riverton 1873 Application 12688

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

BOSWORTH, John stockholder Campbelltown linked with Richard Daniel Bosworth gentleman Mitcham 1890[-1902] Memorial 84/403

BOSWORTH, John gentleman Hectorville and Ellen Maria Bosworth his wife 1896 Memorial 230/426

BOSWORTH, John stockholder Campbelltown linked with Richard Daniel Bosworth gentleman Mitcham 1896 Memorial 42/428

BOSWORTH, John stockholder Hectorville linked with Richard Leslie Eugene Bosworth licensed surveyor Mitcham 1905 Memorial 168/453

BOSWORTH, John stockholder Campbelltown linked with Richard Leslie Eugene Bosworth licensed surveyor Adelaide 1908 Memorial 239/459

BOSWORTH, Kate spinster Mongolata. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 119 County Burra

No 1

BOSWORTH, Richard Esquire Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1849 Memorial 35/45

Esquire District of Willunga 1849 Memorial 39/45

Esquire Prior's Court near Noarlunga 1850[-1852] Memorial 40/45

Trustee Anglican Glebe land grant for parsonage and cemetery Enrolment 5/55.

BOSWORTH, Mary widow Mt Barker, died 31/5/1868, of concussion of the brain received through the upsetting of a carriage in which she was riding Application 21495

BOSWORTH, Mary widow of the late Richard Bosworth Esquire Prior's Court, near Noarlunga, died 1868. She left one third of her estate to her son, Richard Daniel Bosworth, absolutely, one third to her son, John Bosworth, absolutely, and one third in trust to William GRAY gentleman Mt Barker for her grandson, William Bosworth Gray. The inheritance for her sons and grandson included proceeds from the sale of a house in Dean St, London, and certain trust funds which her father, Daniel MILLER of London, had left her in trust to receive the income for her lifetime Memorial 134/231

BOSWORTH family - Ann WORTHINGTON nee Bosworth wife of George Worthington solicitor Melbourne Vic 1866, died 31/1/1911 Vale Towers, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England. Her only child called Mary Russell Worthington Memorial 112/466

No 1

BOSWORTH, Richard Daniel vigneron Noarlunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1865 Grant Book 2 Page 96 County Adelaide

BOSWORTH, Richard Daniel gentleman formerly of Noarlunga but now of Mitcham 1886 Application 20872

BOSWORTH, Robert station hand Warcowie Co Hanson. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 252 County Not named

BOTH, Carl Julius Heinrich farmer Freeling 1922 Memorial 189/485

BOTH, Johann Christian Heinrich the Elder farmer Lyndoch, died 23/5/1889, of 2 years' spinal paralysis, aged 62. Father of August Gustave BOTH farmer Roseworthy 1900 Application 25606

BOTH, Johann Gottfried farmer Light Pass 1855 Memorial 383/83

No 1 - probably the same person

BOTH, Johann Heinrich farmer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 359/3

BOTH, Johann Heinrich miller Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 248/88

No 1

BOTH, Julius miller near Lyndoch 1865[-1867] Memorial 280/205

BOTH, Julius miller near Lyndoch became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 14/237

BOTH, Julius miller Clare 1869 Application 10338

BOTH, Julius miller and storekeeper Lyndoch Valley 1881 Application 18689

BOTHAM, Frederick linked with Section 46 Hundred of Moockra Co Newcastle 1888 Memorial 114/394

No 1

BOTHAM, Thomas farmer Nairne 1854[-1859]. Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Enrolment 11/24

BOTHAM, Thomas farmer Nairne 1860 Application 1111

BOTHAM, Thomas farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Redhill land grants 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 362 County Daly

No 1

BOTHAM, William farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 627 County Frome

BOTHAM, William of Booleroo 1886 Memorial 212/379

BOTHE, Carl Wilhelm farmer Light Pass 1854 Memorial 166/70

BOTHE, Diederich formerly out of business North Walkerville but now licensed victualler Hampstead Hotel Hampstead 1908 Memorial 222/459

No 1 - probably a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOTHE, Heinrich shoemaker Hope Valley took out a 7-year lease of Bremen Hotel from Hermann Friedrich KOCH licensed victualler Hope Valley for £3 a week from 1855 Memorial 461/79

BOTHE, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Hope Valley 1857 Memorial 160/120

BOTHE, Heinrich Wilhelm innkeeper Hope Valley 1858[-1881] Memorial 111/142

BOTHE, Heinrich Wilhelm publican Hampstead Hotel, Upper Walkerville 1883 Memorial 228/347

BOTHE, Heinrich Wilhelm licensed victualler formerly of the Buckingham Arms, Walkerville but then of the Hampstead Hotel, died c1883. Husband of Lucy Bothe Memorial 227/355

BOTHE, Heinrich Wilhelm publican Alma Hotel Norwood 1895 Memorial 168/426

No 1

BOTHE, Johann Carl blacksmith Hampstead 1885[-1892] Memorial 143/363

BOTHE, Johann Carl blacksmith North Walkerville 1897 Memorial 103/433

BOTHE, Johann Carl blacksmith formerly of Hampstead but now of North Walkerville 1919, declared that he was born in Hope Valley on 12/2/1864 and lived there until 1881 Application 28196

BOTHE, Johann Gottfried farmer Light Pass 1854 Memorial 478/71

BOTHE, Johann Gotthilf farmer Minlaton 1891 Memorial 3/408

No 1

BOTHE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Tanunda 1849 Memorial 420/20

BOTHE, Johann Gottlob farmer Langmeil 1850 Memorial 198/22

BOTHE, Johann Gottlob farmer Angas Park 1853 Memorial 27/60

BOTHE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Stonewell near Tanunda 1866[-1877] Memorials 14/210 & 211/303

BOTHERN, Claus labourer Whites Forest Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 498 County Frome

BOTHWELL, Alex saddler Pt Augusta 1903 Memorial 54/449

BOTT, Arthur Daniel bootmaker Kent Town. Norwood Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 40/467

BOTT, Frank bootmaker Adelaide 1872 Application 12163

No 1

BOTT, John carpenter Hay Valley near Nairne 1853 Memorial 422/59

BOTT, John farmer Hay Valley near Nairne. Nairne Primitive Methodist Chapel & School trustee 1850 Memorial 103/304

BOTT, John farmer Hay Valley, died 4/10/1859 accidentally, aged 48. Trustee Nairne Primitive Methodist Chapel Application 20893

BOTT, Newton Raymond railway porter Gawler South, aged 57 in 1950, declared he had lived in the area for 29 years Application 28754

No 1

BOTT, Samuel farmer Hay Valley [near Nairne] 1856[-1877] Memorial 286/112

No 2

BOTT, Samuel farmer Kanmantoo 1873 Application 12697

No 3

BOTT, Samuel formerly labourer Callington but at present a member of the AIF abroad 1919 Memorial 36/478

BOTT, Samuel Hurtle labourer Callington on the Bremer and Grace Adelaide Bott his wife 1913 Memorial 8/469

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BOTT, Thomas Senr bricklayer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 30/297

BOTT, Thomas yeoman Hay Valley [near Nairne] 1856 Memorial 366/96

No 2

BOTT, Thomas bootmaker Mile End and Jane Bott his wife 1901 Application 24332

BOTT, Thomas bootmaker Thebarton and Jane Bott his wife 1901[-1901[-1912] Memorial 145/445, Application 26138

No 1

BOTT, William the Younger miller Bowden 1866 Memorial 199/216

BOTT, William the Younger miller formerly of Bowden 1866 but now of Yorke Peninsula 1869 Application 10211

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BOTT, William Joseph shoemaker Hay Valley [near Nairne] 1856 Memorial 263/97

BOTT, William Joseph shoemaker Willunga 1863 Application 4152

No 1

BOTTEN, Charles storekeeper Meningie Meningie (Hundred of Bonney) township allotment land grant 1886[-1889] Grant Book 54 Page 59 County Russell

No 2

BOTTEN, Charles mason Warwick St, Walkerville 1897 Application 23348

BOTTEN, Herbert Henry licensed victualler Meningie Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

BOTTEN, John bricklayer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 302/31

No 1

BOTTEN, Phineas blacksmith North Road 1872 Application 16643

BOTTEN, Phineas machinist Prospect linked with Hannah Botten widow Prospect 1878 Memorial 53/307

BOTTEN, Phineas gentleman Kintore Ave, Prospect, died 28/8/1920 Private Hospital, Strangways Tce, North Adelaide Memorial 178/488

BOTTEN, William licensed victualler Melbourne St, North Adelaide, died 19/9/1872. His widow, Hannah Botten, nee MARCH (Father: Joseph March) remarried to George SLOMAN machinist Little Adelaide on 5/1/1882 at Mrs Botten's home. Minister: Richard JONES. Witnesses: James WILSON gentleman Little Adelaide and Elnear Wilson of Little Adelaide. The William Botten family by 1901 included - Phineas Botten sharebroker Prospect (Husband of Caroline Botten), Maria Botten now Maria PRESGRAVE of Kalgoorlie WA, Sophia Botten now Sophia PAYNE of Nortrh Adelaide, Mary Botten now Mary BOWSER of Medindie, and Hannah Botten spinster. William Botten left a brickyard and cottage in Gilbert St, Adelaide, to his daughter Hannah Botten, who died 9/5/1884 intestate Application 24182

No 1

BOTTEN, William James gardener Goolwa 1858 Memorial 344/135

BOTTEN, William James storekeeper Meningie Meningie (Hundred of Bonney) township allotment land grant 1885[-1886] Grant Book 59 Page 55 County Russell

BOTTEN, WJ JP blacksmith Meningie 1910 Memorial 173/463

BOTTERILL, Robert H and Mary Ann Botterill storekeepers Apsley Vic 1874 Memorial 39/277

No 1

BOTTING, Francis Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1848[-1852] Memorial 154/11

BOTTING, Francis Joseph auctioneer Adelaide (King William St) 1879 Memorial 171/315

BOTTING, Francis Joseph auctioneer Adelaide 1883. He testified that he had bought out the firm of TOWNSEND, BOTTING & KAY from William Townsend on 2/8/1880. William Kay had already sold out his share in the firm in 1869 Application 19935

BOTTING, Francis Joseph auctioneer Adelaide 1886 Memorial 72/385

BOTTING, Francis Joseph and Frank South brewers Hindmarsh 1887 Memorial 67/385

BOTTING, Francis Joseph formerly auctioneer Adelaide (King William St) but then brewer North Kensington (Carrying on business as HAUSSEN & Co Ltd), died 10/7/1906. Husband of Mildred Botting formerly of North Kensington but now of Adelaide temporarily of St Kilda Vic 1911 Memorial 38/493

BOTTING, Mildred widow Kensington Tce, North Kensington, relict of the late Francis Joseph Botting 1907 Memorial 244/456

BOTTING, Mildred widow North Kensington 1916 Application 26514

No 1

BOTTING, Frank South gentleman Adelaide 1874 Memorial 223/276

BOTTING, Frank South brewer Hindmarsh 1884 Application 20398

BOTTING, Frank South brewer Kensington Park, died 1894. Husband of Eliza Botting. Father of unnamed infant children. Executors; Eliza Botting, George Edward Carlyle STEPHENS auctioneer Adelaide and Thomas LETCHFORD agent Adelaide Memorial 66/424

No 1

BOTTING, Frederick Henry builder Adelaide 1849 Memorial 379/17

BOTTING, Frederick Henry builder formerly of Adelaide but now residing in the province of Victoria 1853, appointed Francis Joseph Botting builder Adelaide as his local attorney Memorial 266/61

BOTTING, Frederick Henry builder formerly of Adelaide, but now of Victoria, power of attorney to his brother, Francis Joseph BOTTING builder Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 16/12/1853 Deposit 121/OA

BOTTING, Frederick Henry builder Adelaide (Currie St) 1855 Memorial 478/88

No 1

BOTTING, Frederick William civil service clerk Adelaide (Grote St) a member of the Adelaide Society of the New Church 1888 Memorial 146/394

BOTTING, Frederick William civil servant Adelaide 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 74 County Chandos

No 1

BOTTING, Robert farmer Hindmarsh Island 1856[-1858] Memorial 370/96

BOTTING, Robert farmer Hindmarsh 1861, linked with Francis Joseph Botting gentleman Adelaide Application 2411

BOTTING, Robert William carpenter Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 313/25

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BOTTOM, Amos carrier near Williamstown 1867 Memorial 149/232

BOTTOM, Amos farmer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1876 Grant Book 8 Page 123 County Burra

BOTTOM, Amos of Terowie 1887 Memorial 239/388

BOTTOM, Maria Reams spinster Adelaide 1857 Memorial 175/143

No 1

BOTTOMLEY, James Francis wool sorter Thebarton 1847 Memorial 476/7

BOTTOMLEY, James Francis storekeeper Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 424/98

BOTTOMLEY, James Francis shipping agent Pt Elliot 1859 Memorial 197/149

BOTTOMLEY, James Francis formerly merchant 1858 but now shipping agent Pt Elliot 1865 Application 5950

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BOTTOMLEY, JF of Pt Wakefield 1871 Memorial 66/256

BOTTOMLEY, Samuel commission agent Adelaide 1850 Memorial 339/26

BOTTOMLY, Robert baker Pt Augusta 1864 Memorial 218/197

BOTTRALL, C of Appila Yarrowie 1896 Memorial 25/428

BOTTRILL, David Allen farmer Kangarilla 1946 Application 28477

BOTTRILL, Herbert Edwin farmer Woodside 1921[-1923] Memorial 71/482, Application 27219

BOTTRILL, James Lucas gardener Payneham 1899 Memorial 100/440

BOTTRELL, Arthur Edwin Ernest Methodist minister Modbury 1935 Memorial 19/509

No 1

BOTTRILL, John farmer Eyre Flat 1849[-1850]. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel member Clarendon Enrolment 18/10

BOTTRILL, John farmer Eyre Flat 1855 Eyre Flat Bible Christian school trustee Memorial 426/86

BOTTRILL, John farmer Eyre Flat near Clarendon 1858[-1877] Memorial 228/143, Application 16596

BOTTRILL, John farmer Scaldwell Kangarilla 1869[-1874] Memorial 244/236

BOTTRILL, John farmer Kangarilla 1875[-1882] Memorial 50/280

BOTTRILL, John farmer Kangarilla, died c1882. A life interest in trust in his estate to his widow, Ann Bottrill, then absolutely in remainder expectant to Stephen Bottrill farmer Kangarilla Memorial 71/359

BOTTRILL, John farmer Kangarilla, died 13/6/1882. His widow, Ann Bottrill, died 11/6/1890. Parents of Sarah WOOD widow Gladstone, Stephen Bottrill farmer Kangarilla. Also of Samuel Bottrill, Rose Bottrill, Hannah Bottrill, Caroline Bottrill, Elizabeth Bottrill and Emily Bottrill Memorial 98/405

BOTTRILL, John farmer Kangarilla. His widow, Ann Bottrill, died 11/3/1890, of apoplexy, aged 81. Parents of Stephen Bottrill and four daughters - Hannah MACKLIN wife of Henry Watts Macklin, Caroline WOOLCOCK wife of Richard Woolcock, Elizabeth MUTTON wife of George Mutton, and Emily MIDDLETON wife of William JE Middleton 1891 Application 22005

No 2 – likely to be the same person

BOTTRILL, John the Younger farmer St Marys on the Sturt 1867 Memorial 30/223

BOTTRILL, John farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 150 County Victoria

No 3

BOTTRILL, John teamster Coomooroo 1881 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

No 1

BOTTRILL, John Lucas gardener Firle 1903 Application 24694

BOTTRILL, John Lucas gardener Payneham 1904 Memorial 44/451

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BOTTRELL, Joseph miner Adelaide 1846 Memorial 208/6

BOTTRELL, Joseph miner Moonta 1867 Memorial 140/219

No 2

BOTTRELL, Joseph the Younger Moonta Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 70 County Daly

BOTTRELL, Nicholas Tremewen gardener Magill 1855[-1856] Memorial 18/84

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK

BOTTRILL, Samuel of Kangarilla Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 165 County Dalhousie

BOTTRILL, Samuel farmer Narrung 1918 Memorial 177/476

No 1

BOTTRILL, Stephen farmer Kangarilla 1882 Application 19469

BOTTRILL, Stephen farmer Kangarilla 1890 Memorial 98/404

BOTTRILL, Stephen farmer Kangarilla 1899 Memorial 107/438

No 1

BOTTRELL, William shoemaker Gawler 1850. Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee Memorial 138/24

BOTTRELL, William shoemaker [formerly of Gawler but now of] Nelson New Zealand 1876 Memorial 60/292

BOTTRELL, William Henry Vingoe gardener Magill 1855[-1856] Memorial 17/84

BOTTRILL, William Henry Tregillas miner Belton 1888 Memorial 238/392

BOTTROFF, Arthur Amos Paul clerk 25 Brooke St, Broadview and Nancy May Bottroff his wife 1951[-1954] Memorial 178/526

BOTTROFF, August Hermann Paul farmer Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 37 County Sturt

BOTTROFF, Eduard Julius farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 306 County Sturt

No 1

BOTTROFF, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Eden Valley. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 306 County Sturt

BOTTROFF, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Mannum 1882 Memorial 71/342

BOTTROFF, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 58 Page 36 County Sturt

BOTTROFF, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 383 County Sturt

BOTTROFF, Joseph Julius Rudolf farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 124 County Chandos

No 1 – Joseph Theodor Bottroff

BOTTROFF, Joseph farmer near Mannum Hundred of Ridley land grant 1883 Grant Book 58 Page 153 County Sturt

BOTTROFF, Joseph Theodor farmer Teal Flat trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1888 Grant Book 58 Page 154 County Sturt

BOUCAUT, Alexander Le Rey wine merchant Glenelg 1898 Memorial 144/434

BOUCAUT, G Hiles solicitor Jamestown 1921 Memorial 56/484

No 1

BOUCAUT, Hillary gentleman at present residing at John Taylor's station Beeroogony near Mt Remarkable 1856 Memorial 156/111

BOUCAUT, Hillary Esquire formerly of Ketchowla but now of Macclesfield 1868 Memorial 177/230

BOUCAUT, Letitia nee CONWAY, wife of Hillary Boucaut brewer Macclesfield, died 27/9/1870, of child birth and exhaustion, aged 29. She had given birth to another child, Ray Boucaut, on 3/1/1869, when her husband was a farmer at the Brooks, Macclesfield. The couple had no other surviving children. By 1890, Hillary Boucaut ws a solicitor at Jamestown Application 21770.

No 2 - likely linked with No 1

BOUCAUT, Hillary clerk to Messrs BOUCAUT & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1874 Memorial 233/272

BOUCAUT, Hillary solicitor Adelaide and Jamestown 1885 Memorial 14/369

BOUCAUT, Hillary solicitor Jamestown 1888 Memorial 250/391

BOUCAUT, Hillary solicitor Jamestown 1895 Application 22907

BOUCAUT, H Parkin bank officer Narracoorte 1915 Memorial 18/472

No 1

BOUCAUT, James Esquire formerly of London, Middlesex, England, but now of Kensington 1848 Memorial 445/10

BOUCAUT, James Esquire Kensington, but about to leave SA to reside elsewhere, power of attorney to his brother Ray BOUCAUT Esquire Sania Lodge, Sturt River to manage his estates 14/10/1848. Land along the Gawler River Deposit 12/OA

BOUCAUT, James Esquire formerly of Kensington but now of London, Middlesex, England 1852 Memorial 469/38

BOUCAUT, James Esquire Larrimare Square, Walworth, Middlesex, England 1864 Memorial 260/199

No 1

BOUCAUT, James Penn clerk to Charles FEAUX solicitor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 175/27.

BOUCAUT, James Penn clerk to Messrs FENN & WEARING solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 268/34.

BOUCAUT, Sir James Penn of Adelaide and Glenelg linked with Ernest Bertram Boucaut civil servant Glenelg and Leonard Harry Boucaut agriculturalist Mt Barker 1911 Memorial 202/465

BOUCAUT, Kenneth P articled law clerk Unley Park 1928[-1929] Memorial 146/499

BOUCAUT, Leonard Harry agriculturalist Mt Barker 1910 Memorial 203/462

BOUCAUT, Ray farmer Bugle Ranges 1895 Application 22907

No 1

BOUCAUT, Ray Parkin stockowner S-E District 1864 Memorial 120/197

BOUCAUT, Ray Parkin sheep farmer Kingston S-E 1869 Memorial 160/244

BOUCAUT, Ray Parkin Sub-Inspector of Agricultural Areas Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1873 Grant Book 50 Page 101 County Robe

BOUCAUT, Walter Hillary of Mt Barker 1903 Memorial 40/449

BOUCH, Joseph gentleman formerly of 5 North Tce, Adelaide but late of 2 Worcester Tce, Walcot Bath, Somerset, England now deceased 1860. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Jane Bouch Memorial 44/164

BOUCHER, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1840 Memorial 223/1

BOUCHER, Frederick late manager of the British and Australasian Bank, lands in SA up for auction, Preliminary Land Orders 224, 225, 226, 227 + land at Yankalilla and the Little Para. The Bank’s surviving trustees, Frederick COLLIER merchant New Broad St, London, England, and Malcolm MCKENZIE Esquire Friendville, near Aberdeen, Scotland, power of attorney to George TINLINE and Henry GAWLER Esquires Adelaide, in trust for sale 20/4/1861 Deposit 89/1863

BOUCHER, Joseph Owen licensed victualler The Lake Hotel Milang 1882 Memorial 84/343

BOUCHER, Richard Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Canowie 1860 Memorial 107/161

BOUGHTON, George farmer Mundoora 1891 Memorial 58/409

No 1

BOULD, Edward farmer Pt Willunga 1857 Memorial 168/120

BOULD, Edward formerly farmer Pt Willunga but now out of business Cardinia Vic 1921 Application 26925

BOULDEN, AJE law clerk Adelaide 1886[-1924] Memorial 100/381

BOULDEN, Sampson postman Adelaide (Sturt St) 1860 Memorial 224/167

BOULDING, Henry Charles labourer South Richmond 1847 Memorial 217/8

No 1 - probably the same person

BOULT, Arthur gentleman Adelaide 1877 Memorial 36/303

BOULT, Arthur gentleman Adelaide Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 132a County Robe

BOULT, Arthur agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Rye (later Walloway Hundred of Coomooro) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 453 County Dalhousie

BOULT, Arthur land agent Adelaide 1887[-1891] Memorial 133/387

BOULT, Arthur merchant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 112/407

BOULT, John yeoman Goolwa 1855 Memorial 379/88

No 1

BOULTON, Edwin labourer Kooringa 1893 Memorial 249/418

BOULTON, Edwin labourer Kooringa died 13/5/1907. His daughter, Annie Boulton, married Cameron JOHNSTON on 9/1/1918. The Johnstons lived at Mile End by 1920 Memorial 99/481

BOULTON, George farmer near Truro Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 355 County Victoria

No 1

BOULTON, Joseph farmer near Truro Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 355 County Victoria

BOULTON, Joseph farmer near Truro Co Light. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 96 County Stanley

BOULTON, Joseph farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

BOULTON, William labourer Moonta. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 178 County Daly

No 1

BOUNDY, Christopher and Joseph farmers Adelaide 1853 Memorial 288/48

BOUNDY, Christopher farmer of the colony of Victoria 1856 Linked with Joseph Boundy farmer Adelaide Memorial 236/97

BOUNDY, Christopher farmer Castlemaine Forest Creek Vic 1856[-1860] Memorial 88/105

Linked with Joseph Boundy carpenter of the same place 1860 Memorial 267/164

BOUNDY, Christopher storekeeper normally of First Creek near Castlemaine Vic but at present in SA 1884 Memorial 57/361

BOUNDY, Cornelius labourer Adelaide 1851[-1876] Linked with Mary Jane Boundy spinster Adelaide 1876 Memorials 274/38, 54/288

No 1

BOUNDY, Henry and Philip farmers Inman Valley 1870 Memorial 196/249, Application 10963.

BOUNDY, Henry of Inman Hills 1874 Memorial 142/277

BOUNDY, Henry and Philip farmers Minlacowie trustees unnamed Church Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

BOUNDY, Henry farmer Brentwood 1900 Grant Book 19 Page 259 County Fergusson

No 1

BOUNDY, John journeyman tanner Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 171/11

BOUNDY, John labourer Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 273/21

BOUNDY, John journeyman tanner Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 17/43

BOUNDY, John farmer Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 128/44

BOUNDY, John farmer Bowden. Hundred of Munno Para Co Adelaide land grant 1853 Memorial 181/52

BOUNDY, John tannner formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Bowden 1856 Memorial 243/95

No 2

BOUNDY, John china merchant Adelaide 1852 Memorial 129/80

BOUNDY, John glass merchant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 258/107

BOUNDY, John china, glass and earthenware importer Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1858. He became a bankrupt in the same year Memorials 213/141, 96/147

BOUNDY, John [formerly china merchant but now] timber merchant Adelaide 1866 Memorial 177/212

No 3 - likely to be the same person

BOUNDY, John miner Kooringa. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Kooringa 1851 Memorial 154/31

BOUNDY, John miner Callington on the Bremer 1856 Memorial 218/109

BOUNDY, John farmer Callington 1860 Memorial 30/164

No 4

BOUNDY, John accountant North Adelaide 1901 Memorial 22/444

No 1

BOUNDY, Joseph and Christopher farmers Adelaide 1853 Linked with John ANDREWS farmer Adelaide Memorial 288/48

BOUNDY, Joseph farmer Adelaide. SA Railways Commissioner 1857 Memorial 111/131

BOUNDY, Joseph carpenter Forest Creek near Castlemaine Vic but at present residing in SA 1860 Memorial 11/165

No 2

BOUNDY, Joseph machinist Aberdeen 1881 Memorial 238/339

No 1

BOUNDY, Richard miner Redruth 1851[-1861] Memorial 284/38.

BOUNDY, Richard miner Kooringa 1873 Memorial 246/268

BOUNDY, Richard farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880[-1885] Grant Book 13 Page 107 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BOUNDY, William labourer Hindmarsh 1849[-1850] Memorial 74/15

BOUNDY, William brickmaker Bowden 1851[-1853] Memorial 30/29

No 2 - perhaps the same person

BOUNDY, William carpenter Redruth near Kooringa 1860 Memorial 188/170

BOUNDY, William carpenter Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 241/281, Application 14402

BOURCHIER, Charles Legendre Johnstone gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 53 County Victoria

BOURCHIER, George farmer Gulnare Plains Hundred of Yangya land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 87 County Victoria

No 1

BOURKE, Andrew yeoman Limestone Ridge Vic 1858[-1861] Memorial 228/137

BOURKE, Andrew yeoman formerly of Limestone Ridge Co Follett Vic but now of Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 84/182

BOURKE, Bridget of Salisbury South, died between 1872-1875. She left her entire estate to her daughter, Catherine Bourke Memorial 87/282

BOURKE, James farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 141/83

BOURKE, John gardener North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 141/83

BOURKE, Mary spinster Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1919 Grant Book 13 Page 175 County Dalhousie

No 1

BOURKE, Michael farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 164 County Dalhousie

BOURKE, Michael farmer Carrieton 1903 Memorial 69/450

BOURKE, Patrick labourer Willaston 1910[-1914] Memorial 189/463

No 1

BOURKE, Patrick Michael farmer near Tarlee Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

BOURKE, Patrick Michael farmer Lake Diamond Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 78 County Fergusson

BOURKE, Tobias linked with Section 35 Hundred of Coomooroo Co Dalhousie 1886 Memorial 18/375

No 1

BOURKE, William labourer Gawler 1857[-1877] Memorial 350/117

No 2

BOURKE, William cordwainer Kapunda 1865 Memorial 122/201

No 1

BOURN, Charles, Charles Benjamin Bourn and Edward Bourn brickmakers Hindmarsh 1892 Memorial 208/412

BOURN, Charles and Charles Benjamin brickmakers Hindmarsh 1899 Application 23804

BOURN, Henry farmer Kooringa 1902 Memorial 104/446

No 1

BOURN, John teamster Copperhouse near Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 11 County Burra

BOURN, John farmer Baldina 1886 Memorial 18/379

BOURN, John farmer Worlds End. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1902 Grant Book 9 Page 14 County Burra

No 1

BOURNE, Abraham well sinker Brompton 1852 Memorial 499/45

BOURNE, Abraham labourer Brompton 1855 Memorial 376/79

BOURNE, Benjamin yeoman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 302/50

BOURNE, Frederick Thomas farmer near Gordon 1885 Memorial 126/371

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BOURNE, John labourer Narracoorte 1871 Application 11460

BOURNE, John farmer Baker Range Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 131a County Robe

BOURNE, John farmer Lucindale 1898 Memorial 189/433

No 1

BOURNE, Robert farmer Gordon 1886 Memorial 165/374

BOURNE, Robert butcher Gordon 1890 Memorial 242/401

No 1

BOURNE, Ramsden Benjamin yeoman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 302/50

BOURNE, Ramsden Benjamin formerly yeoman Pt Adelaide 1853 but now carpenter Brisbane Qld 1864 Application 5278

No 1

BOURNE, Stanier blacksmith Cox Creek 1851 Memorial 204/35.

BOURNE, Stanier blacksmith Adelaide 1853 Memorial 429/59

BOURNE, Stanier blacksmith Strathalbyn 1854[-1858] Memorial 350/77

BOURNE, Stanier blacksmith New Hamburg 1863 Application 4792

BOURNE, Stanier engineer near Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 122/202

No 1

BOUTCHER, Henry farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 105 County Robe

BOUTCHER, Henry farmer Millicent 1914. He could not write Application 26320

No 1

BOUTCHER, John of Kincraig 1867 Memorial 35/223

BOUTCHER, John farmer Millicent, died 2/8/1891. Brother to Henry Boutcher farmer Millicent Memorial 42/470

BOUTELL, Alfred farmer Parnaroo 1885 Memorial 6/368

No 1

BOUTELL, John farmer Yorke Peninsula owned land in the Hundred of Willunga 1879 Memorial 146/314

BOUTELL, John farmer [formerly of Yorke Peninsula but now of] Willunga 1882 Memorial 10/458

BOUTELL, John farmer McLaren Vale 1885 Application 20511

BOUTELL, John farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 78 County Fergusson

No 2

BOUTELL, John the Younger labourer Wattle Flat near Yankalilla 1907 Memorial 5/458

BOUTS, Harvey Lawrence born 13/7/1922 Medindie to Hazel Victoria Alice Bouts who married Horace James WALKER salesman Torrensville on 20/12/1924. HL Bouts changed his name to HL Walker Memorial 91/495

BOVILL, Henry Howard of Mt Barker 1887 Memorial 233/387

BOVILL, William gentleman Bowden Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 17 County Daly

No 1

BOW, William superintendent of the SA Waterworks Magill 1881 Memorial 129/334

BOW, William fitter Magill 1886 Application 21130.

BOW, Wiliam roadworks employee Magill 1893 Application 22449

No 1

BOWAR, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 284/5

BOWAR, Thomas farmer Balledochy near Sheaoak Log 1855 Memorial 152/87

BOWBEAR, John Foreman in the Locomotive Dept of the SA Railways Dpt and Mary Jane Bowbear his wife 1883 Application 19904

BOWDEN, AE of 91 Anzac Highway, Glenelg 1944 Memorial 13/518

No 1

BOWDEN, Alfred Jacob canvasser Goodwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 94 County Chandos

BOWDEN, Alfred Jacob traveller Goodwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

BOWDEN, Alfred Jacob out of business High St, Burnside 1929 Application 27669

No 1

BOWDEN, Benjamin miner Moonta Mines. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

BOWDEN, Benjamin farmer Tiparra trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in the Hundred of Tiparra 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

BOWDEN, Benjamin farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 422 County Daly

BOWDEN, Emma [prob relict of the late Benjamin Bowden] widow Agery 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

No 1

BOWDEN, Charles farmer Woolshed Flat 1859 Memorial 209/161

BOWDEN, Charles farmer Auburn Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1864[-1874] Grant Book 56 Page 118 County Stanley

BOWDEN, Charles farmer Skillogolee Creek 1881 Probably a son of Jacob Bowden of Gilles St, Adelaide Application 18659

BOWDEN, Charles farmer Skillogolee Creek and Laura Bowden his wife 1881[-1883] Memorial 125/330

BOWDEN, Clifton Allandale labourer Milang 1924 Memorial 7/491

BOWDEN, Edmond Robert Clyde truck driver Milang, died 16/5/ 1950 Strathalbyn, of cirrhosis of the liver, aged 47. Born Milang. Married aged 25. 2 sons and 1 daughter Memorial 26/525

BOWDEN, Ella Harriet 23 spinster Sydenham Road, Norwood (Father; John Bowden) married William Henry PEGLER 29 painter Edsall St, Norwood (Father: William Henry Pegler) on 21/12/1893 St Bartholomew's Norwood. Minister: WB ANDREWS. Witnesses: William L Bowden butcher Magill Road, Stepney and Amy R Bowden school teacher Sydenham Rd, Norwood Application 22912

No 1 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOWDEN, George of Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 119/125

BOWDEN, George labourer Strathalbyn 1867[-1872] Memorial 69/222

BOWDEN, George hawker Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1911[-1916] Memorial 46/464

No 2

BOWDEN, George the Younger farmer Yorke Valley Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 102 County Fergusson

BOWDEN, George James labourer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 49 County Chandos

No 1

BOWDEN, Henry of George St, Norwood, died 24/3/1887 intestate. Husband of Fanny Bowden Memorial 114/407

BOWDEN, Fanny widow of Henry Bowden builder George St, Norwood 1891. Children appeared to be Anna Maria FRANCIS wife of David Francis plasterer George St, Norwood, and Edwin BOWDEN teamster Pt Augusta Application 22000

BOWDEN, Hopkin wheelwright Kensington 1876 Memorial 43/291

No 1

BOWDEN, Hugh farmer Ross Creek 1861[-1874] Memorial 174/184

BOWDEN, Hugh farmer Boucaut trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

BOWDEN, Jabez Harvey farmer Kersbrook linked with Thomas Bowden shipwright Pt Pirie 1891 Memorial 129/410

BOWDEN, Jacob herbalist formerly of Gilles St, Adelaide, but now of Pine Cottage, Musgrave St, Goodwood, and Keturah Bowden his wife 1882 Memorial 126/460

No 1

BOWDEN, James farmer Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 157 County Victoria

No 2

BOWDEN, James farmer Winninowie. Miranda township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 786 County Frome

No 1 - the Elder

BOWDEN, John milk and dairyman Adelaide 1839 Memorial 188/249

BOWDEN, John farmer late of Adelaide but now of Chain of Ponds and Agnes Bowden his wife 1852 Memorial 316/41

BOWDEN, John formerly milk and dairyman Adelaide but now gentleman Kersbrook 1870 Memorial 190/248

BOWDEN, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1854 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 168/73

No 1 - the Younger

BOWDEN, John the Younger farmer near Auburn Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1863 Grant Book 56 Page 74 County Stanley

BOWDEN, John the Younger farmer Glenalma near Auburn linked with William Bowden farmer Woolshed Creek 1858 Memorial 21/146

BOWDEN, John the Younger farmer formerly of Skillogolee Creek 1854 but now of Auburn 1864. Linked with William Bowden farmer Skillogolee Creek 1854 Application 4999

No 2

BOWDEN, John farmer Craigdarroch near Woodside 1856[-1861] Memorial 326/105

BOWDEN, John farmer Woodside 1865 Memorial 116/204

BOWDEN, John of Woodside 1869 Application 9768

BOWDEN, John farmer West Woodside 1880 Application 18106

No 3

BOWDEN, John innkeeper Penola 1855 He bought many township allotments Memorial 177/148

BOWDEN, John innkeeper formerly of Penola but now of Portland Vic 1859[-1860] Memorial 363/160

BOWDEN, Catherine widow of the late John Bowden of Kingcraig. She purchased the Merino Inn 'with all outhouses connected therewith as well as the block of land on which these are situated consisting of one and a half acres more or less' and a 30 acre paddock to the east of the township from W & J MACINTOSH for £4,000 1863 Memorial 300/201

No 4

BOWDEN, John stockholder Lake Hawdon 1857 Memorial 15/126

No 5 - likely to be the same person

BOWDEN, John miner Lostwithiel 1859 Memorial 2/161

BOWDEN, John miner formerly of Lostwithiel 1859 but now of the Moonta Mines 1877 Application 15797

BOWDEN, John of Moonta Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 59 County Daly

BOWDEN, John farmer Moonta. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 294 County Daly

BOWDEN, John farmer near Moonta 1887 Memorial 209/382

BOWDEN, John miner Broken Hill NSW 1888 Memorial 191/394

BOWDEN, John miner formerly of Broken Hill NSW but now of Moonta 1904 Memorial 93/450

No 6

BOWDEN, John yeoman Stirling East 1869[-1882] Memorial 107/237

No 7

BOWDEN, John carpenter Broughton Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 542 County Frome

No 8

BOWDEN, John butcher Norwood and Stepney and Agnes Bowden his wife. Children included William Tait Bowden, Ellen Harriet Bowdena, Amy Rose Bowden and Percival Bowden no description 1881 Memorial 221/376

BOWDEN, John butcher Norwood & Stepney, died c1881. He left his personal estate to his wife, Agnes Bowden, absolutely. He left his butchering business to his son, William Tait Bowden, provided he pay off the mortgages and paid his mother £2 a week until the youngest child reached the age of 21. If the mother died or remarried before that time, WT Bowden to pay the £2 a week to the trustees. Either to the wife or the trustees, the payment had to occur 'on the Saturday of every week, the first of such payments to be made on the first Saturday after my decease'. If the son did not want the real estate under those conditions, then they property to go to his two daughters, Ella Harriet Bowden and Amy Rose Bowden, absolutely. The widow to have one house in Sydenham St, Norwood, as long as she lived there for life or until her remarriage, then to their two daughters absolutely in remainder expectant, and son Percival Bowden to get the other home in Sydenham St, Norwood absolutely in remainder expectant. The wife to get the income from the rest of the real estate and investments for life or until her remarriage, then these assets to be sold and the money distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the two daughters and the youngest son Application 22912

No 9

BOWDEN, John gardener Morphett Vale 1915 Memorial 110/473

BOWDEN, John gardener Morphett Vale 1917 Application 29096

No 10

BOWDEN, John farmer Geranium 1938 Memorial 90/512

No 1

BOWDEN, John Samuel farmer Agery. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 282 County Daly

BOWDEN, Isabel Annie married woman Agery. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 282 County Daly

No 1

BOWDEN, Joseph farmer Upper Wakefield 1853[-1864] Memorial 173/59

No 2

BOWDEN, Joseph blacksmith Watervale 1853[-1862] Memorial 440/59, Application 3073

BOWDEN, Joseph farnes and smiths Watervale 1857 Memorial 194/118

No 3

BOWDEN, Joseph farmer Bason Hill Farm near Woodside 1861[-1862] Memorial 166/177

No 4

BOWDEN, Joseph farmer Wonoka 1890 Memorial 160/405

BOWDEN, Lionel Edward Albert butter maker Milang. Trustee of The Church of Christian Disciples West Milang 1945 Application 28427

No 1

BOWDEN, Nicholas labourer Stepney 1880 Application 18120

BOWDEN, Nicholas labourer Stepney, died 2/9/1884. His widow, Margaret Bowden, died 3/12/1887. Three sons survived: Patrick William Bowden, John Bowden and James Bowden. John Bowden died 1886 unmarried; James Bowden died 7/5/1889 intestate and unmarried, aged 26. Patrick William Bowden, died 24/2/1896 intestate and unmarried. A maternal aunt, Ann KENNEAY widow Norwood was their next of kin 1910 Application 25776

No 1

BOWDEN, Percival born 4/4/1865 Norwood, son of John Bowden labourer Norwood and his wife Agnes nee TAIT. He was a butcher in Norwood by 1888 Application 21525

BOWDEN, Percival butcher Norwood linked with Maria Bowden widow Norwood relict of the late William Bowden [perhaps WT Bowden?] formerly omnibus proprietor Norwood now deceased 1886 Memorial 222/376

BOWDEN, Percival butcher Edward St, Norwood 1892 Memorial 107/414

BOWDEN, Philip of French St off Grenfell St, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 69/39

BOWDEN, Philip Henry corn merchant Adelaide 1890 Memorial 207/402

BOWDEN, Richard John business manager Pt Pirie 1918 Memorial 108/477

BOWDEN, Robert Willoughby blacksmith Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 39 County Daly

No 1

BOWDEN, Ronald cabinetmaker formerly of 211 Lacey St, Whyalla but now of Reynella and Betty Florence Bowden his wife 1955 Memorial 40/530

BOWDEN, Ronald furniture manufacturer Reynella and Betty Florence Bowden his wife 1963 Application 29523

No 1

BOWDEN, Thomas gentleman Pt Adelaide 1852[-1857] Memorial 179/44

BOWDEN, Thomas agent Queenstown 1868[-1877] Memorial 178/257

BOWDEN, Thomas died 14/8/1882. Husband of Catherine Bowden who was still at Queenstown in 1883 Memorial 28/354

No 2

BOWDEN, Thomas miner Enfield 1890 Application 21955

No 3

BOWDEN, Thomas miner North Moonta, had died by 1907. Executrix – Mary Jane Bowden widow North Moonta Grant Book 15 Page 72 County Daly

No 4

BOWDEN, Thomas timber merchant (under the style or firm of Thomas Bowden & Son) Pt Pirie, died 1/3/1930. Husband of the late Martha Ann Bowden. Father of Richard John Bowden timber merchant 22 Halliday St, Pt Pirie (who died 26/7/1959), Annie Maud HUNTER, Edith Jane QUINN, and the late Thomas Sebastian Sylvester Bowden, Hilda Bowden and Martha Bowden. Employer of Louisa Frances PITHOUSE his housekeeper Memorial 181/535

No 1

BOWDEN, Thomas Joseph District Clerk Queenstown 1872 Memorial 243/257

BOWDEN, Thomas Joseph gentleman Alberton 1873 Application 13184

BOWDEN, Thomas Joseph agent Alberton 1874[-1876] Memorial 216/271, Application 14900, Application 15261, Application 15714

BOWDEN, Thomas Joseph clerk formerly of Queenstown but now of Alberton 1880 Application 18552.

BOWDEN, Thomas Joseph agent formerly of Queenstown late of Parkside, died 14/8/1880. His widow, Catherine Bowden, was living at Queenstown in 1890 [How was William George Bowden storeman Queenstown related to Thomas and Catherine Bowden?] Application 21853

BOWDEN, Thomas Joseph agent Alberton, died c 1883. He left his entire estate to his wife, Catherine Bowden Memorial 217/347

No 1

BOWDEN, Walter Edmund farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910[-1911] Grant Book 12 Page 124 County Chandos

BOWDEN, Walter Edmund farmer Riverton 1912 Memorial 160/466

No 1

BOWDEN, William miner Strathalbyn 1851 Memorial 343/34.

BOWDEN, William labourer Norwood 1855 Memorial 243/89

BOWDEN, WIlliam omnibus proprietor Norwood, died 1871-1876. He left his real estate to his wife, Maria Bowden, for life, then the property on the corner of William St and Sydenham Rd to his son, John Bowden. Real estate in George St, Norwood to the testator's son, Henry Bowden, and daughter, Anna Maria Bowden, and her son Edwin (Bowden??) in a mixture of absolute and trust ownership. All the personal estate to the testator's wife, Maria Bowden Memorial 191/291

BOWDEN, William omnibus proprietor Norwood, died 6/5/1876. His widow, Maria Bowden, died 27/3/1877. Parents of John Bowden no description and Anna Maria FRANCIS wife of David Francis plasterer George St, Norwood. Another son, Henry Bowden builder George St, Norwood, died 24/3/1887. His widow called Fanny Bowden Memorials 113-114/407

BOWDEN, William bus proprietor Norwood, died 6/5/1876, of rheumatism, aged 66. Husband of Maria Bowden, who had a life interest in his estate. Father of Henry Bowden Norwood 1883. Agnes Bowden widow and William Tait Bowden butcher both of Stepney, trustees for real estate to go to Percival Bowden when he obtained his majority Applications 19949 & 19950

BOWDEN, Maria widow of William Bowden mail contractor George St, Norwood, died 29/3/1887, of 5 days’ pleuro-peumonia, aged 75 Application 21525

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

BOWDEN, William farmer Skillogolee Creek 1854 Linked with John Bowden the Younger farmer Skillogolee Creek Memorial 61/75

BOWDEN, William farmer The Wakefield 1865 Memorial 180/206

BOWDEN, William 49 widower farmer Auburn (Father: John Bowden) remarried to Hannah EASTWOOD 48 widow Rhynie (Thomas FISHER) on 14/10/1873 Mrs Eastwood's home. Minister: James HASLAM. Witnesses: Charles Eastwood farmer Auburn and Anne SMITH of Oakbank near Mt Barker 1898 Application 23706

BOWDEN, William farmer Gibraltar Farm near Rhynie and Hannah Bowden his wife 1875 Memorial 72/282

BOWDEN, William farmer Gibraltar Farm Rhynie Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1877 Grant Book 56 Page 75 County Stanley

BOWDEN, William farmer formerly of Gibraltar Farm but now of Rhynie 1886 Application 20852

No 3 – perhaps the same person

BOWDEN, William farmer Barossa 1854 Memorial 81/79

BOWDEN, William farmer the Wakefield Hundred of Alma land grant 1862 Grant Book 26 Page 17 County Gawler

BOWDEN, William Allen railway guard no address possibly Adelaide or Glenelg 1884 Application 20234

No 1

BOWDEN, William George labourer Queenstown 1893 Memorial 20/419

BOWDEN, William George agent Queenstown and Margaret Ellen Bowden his wife 1897 Application 23310

BOWDEN, William George agent Lipson St, Pt Adelaide, died 23/9/1923. Father of Alice Augusta Bowden spinster Lipson St, Pt Adelaide; Thomas Aloysius Bowden mercantile clerk 9 Spring St, Queenstown; Margaret Elizabeth Bowden spinster Lipson St, Pt Adelaide; Esther Josephine MOLLOY, and Augustine Frederick Bowden timber orderman Lipson St, Pt Adelaide Memorial 3/490

BOWDEN, William Thomas butcher Magill Rd, Stepney 1896 Application 23181

No 1

BOWDITCH, John labourer Bowden 1854[-1858] Memorial 139/75

BOWDITCH, John labourer Islington 1855 Beverley Primitive Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 131/94

BOWELL, Henry James Joseph blacksmith Yankalilla 1881[-1900] Memorial 121/331

No 1

BOWELL, James of Yankalilla 1858 Memorial 335/145

BOWELL, James wheelwright Yankalilla 1864 Application 5213

BOWELL, James of Yankalilla 1875 Memorial 164/280

BOWELL, James wheelwright Yankalilla 1881 Memorial 121/331

BOWELL, James wheelwright Yankalilla, died 27/4/1899. Father of Henry James Joseph Bowell blacksmith Yankalilla, James Lake Bowell wheelwright Yankalilla, Laura EGAR wife of Thomas Egar no description, Jane Bowell, Eliza MARTIN wife of James Martin farmer Minlaton, Edith Susanah MCLAREN wife of William McLaren cabinetmaker Inglewood Vic, Susanah Bowell and Walter William Bowell Memorials 7 & 8/440

BOWELL, James Lake blacksmith Yankalilla 1900 Memorial 8/440

BOWELL, Jane and Susannah spinsters Yankalilla 1900 Application 23965

BOWELL, RS station hand Campbell House near Meningie 1893 Memorial 91/417

No 1

BOWELS, Edward gardener Payneham late butcher Walkerville 1869. Edward Bowels was his eldest son Application 10159.

BOWELS, Edward formerly butcher Walkerville 1865 now gardener Payneham 1869 Application 10160.

BOWELS, Edward gardener Payneham 1883 Application 19745

BOWELS, Frederick William nurseryman Rugby near Payneham 1914 Application 26371

BOWELS, George farmer Tatiara. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 66 Page 68 County Buckingham

BOWELS, George William carrier Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 46 Page 7 County MacDonnell

BOWEN, AH clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 143/384

BOWEN, Alfred Edward engine driver Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1900 Grant Book 60 Page 302 County Victoria

BOWEN, Amy L shorthand clerk Adelaide 1900 Memorial 211/439

BOWEN, Arthur mason Adelaide 1856 Memorial 311/109

BOWEN, AW articled clerk St Peters 1903 Memorial 59/450

BOWEN, Basil Gore of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 81/396

No 1

BOWEN, Charles grocer Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 199/77

Grocer Adelaide (North Tce) 1857 Memorial 51/131

BOWEN, Charles grocer Adelaide 1863 Application 4488

BOWEN, Charles grocer Norwood, died 1860s-1870. He left his entire estate to his father, Robert George Bowen of Adelaide, to manage his estate 'for the maintenance and support of my suriving wife and children and to do for the in every way consistent with their station in life'. The testator's brother, Henry Bowen printer Adelaide Memorial 127/250

BOWEN, Charles William Benjamin farmer Gumbowie 1885 Memorial 154/375

No 1

BOWEN, Elizabeth formerly Elizabeth GRIFFITHS widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1864 Memorial 109/198

BOWEN, Elizabeth widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1866 formerly Elizabeth GRIFFITHS relict of the late Daniel Griffiths licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 Application 7965

BOWEN, Elizabeth licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula formerly Elizabeth GRIFFITHS widow of the late John Griffiths formerly licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula now deceased 1867 Memorial 204/223

No 1

BOWEN, Frederick Arthur of Maylands managing director of WH BURFORD & Sons Ltd Sturt St, Adelaide 1903 Memorial 59/450

BOWEN, Frederick Arthur retired business manager Galway Ave, Tranmere 1932 Memorial 32/505

BOWEN, George C clerk Broken Hill NSW 1888 Memorial 169/389

BOWEN, GH clerk Adelaide 1892 Memorial 52/413

No 1

BOWEN, Henry clerk Adelaide (Grote St) 1876 Memorial 238/289

BOWEN, Henry accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 71/338

BOWEN, Henry merchant |Adelaide 1889 Application 21554.

BOWEN, Henry merchant Wakefield St, Adelaide died 10/6/1902, of several years' chronic Bright's disease and 6 months' cerebral haemorrhage, aged 61 Application 27700.

BOWEN, Henry agent Adelaide 1900[-1901] Memorial 26/441

BOWEN, Henry and Vincent Lorne Bowen accountants Adelaide 1900 Memorial 7/442

BOWEN, Henry of Wakefield St, Adelaide, died 10/6/1902. Husband of Emma Sophie Bowen 1902. His brother, Robert Bowen, died 27/5/1878. His widow, Mary Bowen, formerly of Glen Osmond, lived in East Tce, Adelaide by 1904 Memorial 139/451

No 1

BOWEN, Hopkin wheelwright Kensington 1876 Memorial 14/290

BOWEN, Hopkin blacksmith Kensington Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

BOWEN, Hopkin wheelwright High St, Kensington 1878 Application 16565

BOWEN, Hopkin coach builder Kensington 1882 Memorial 173/342

BOWEN, Hopkin wheelwright Kensington. Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Church Trustee 1882 Application 19463

BOWEN, Hopkin coachbuilder Kensington 1884 Application 20083

BOWEN, James Vincent Seaton estate agent North Tce, Seaton Pk 1953, declared that he was a director of Holbrook Properties Ltd of Grenfell St, Adelaide Application 28953

No 1

BOWEN, Jane Ann widow Queenstown 1864 Memorial 193/196

BOWEN, Jane Ann widow formerly of Queenstown 1864 but now of Alberton 1877 Application 16397

BOWEN, Jane Ann widow Alberton 1896 Application 23170

No 1

BOWEN, Joseph stationer Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 324/36.

BOWEN, Joseph clerk Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 461/70

BOWEN, Joseph shipping clerk Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 66/129

BOWEN, Joseph labourer Queenstown, died 15/1/1863. His widow, Jane Ann Bowen, died 14/3/1899, of chronic rheumatism and senile decay, aged 75. Their surviving children were: Joseph Peter Bowen clerk Alberton; Elizabeth Jane Bowen spinster Alberton; Harry Cubitt Bowen clerk Royal Park; Louisa Emma BLACKNEY wife of Samuel Blackney medical practitioner Pt Adelaide; Shirley Page Bowen carpenter Alberton; Alfred Edward Bowen now of Peterhead 1899 Application 23892

BOWEN, Louisa Emma 36 spinster Alberton (Father; Joseph Bowen) married Samuel BLACKNEY 57 widower doctor of medicine Pt Adelaide (Father: Samuel Blackney) on 27/4/1893, St Paul's Pt Adelaide. Minister: Samuel GREEN. Witnesses: Charles J BUTLER clerk Pt Adelaide and Elizabeth J Bowen of Alberton 1899 Application 23892

No 2 - perhaps the same person

BOWEN, Joseph clerk Queenstown 1913 Application 26179

BOWEN, Joseph widower Alberton 1913 Application 26196

BOWEN, Michael miner Glen Osmond 1846 Memorial 260/7

No 1

BOWEN, Robert storekeeper Glen Osmond 1875[-1876] Memorial 242/285

BOWEN, Robert of Glen Osmond, died 27/5/1878. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Bowen Memorial 124/310

BOWEN, Mary widow of Robert Bowen of Glen Osmond 1880 Application 18011.

BOWEN, Mary widow formerly of Glen Osmond but now of East Tce, Adelaide 1904 Application 24823

No 1

BOWEN, Robert George builder Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1846 Memorial 280/7

BOWEN, Robert George builder formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1855 Memorial 362/90

BOWEN, Thomas Henry contractor Auburn 1868 Memorial 104/230

No 1

BOWEN, Thomas Hopkins of North Adelaide 1883 Executor and trustee under the will of Walter DUFFIELD gentleman Gawler Application 19987

BOWEN, Thomas Hopkins licensed surveyor Adelaide 1884[-1887] Memorial 238/359

BOWEN, Thomas Hopkins formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1891 Memorial 38/410

BOWEN, Thomas Hopkins gentleman [formerly of parts beyond the seas but now of] Adelaide 1895 Memorial 80/426

No 1

BOWEN, Victor Spurgeon District Clerk Tea Tree Gully 1934, declared that he had taken up his post in 1933 Application 27929

BOWEN, Victor Spurgeon Distict Clerk of Tea Tree Gully 1946, declared that he had held this post for 13 years Application 28455

No 1

BOWEN, Vincent L clerk Adelaide 1892 Memorial 31/416

BOWEN, Vincent L estate agent Adelaide (Pirie St) 1907 Memorial 20/457

BOWEN, Vincent Lorne commission agent Adelaide 1908 Memorial 146/459

BOWEN, Vincent Lorne land agent Adelaide 1913 Memorial 3/470

BOWEN, WG JP of 52 Arlington Tce, Welland 1945 Memorial 90/519

BOWENS, William miner Wallaroo 1875 Application 14300

No 1

BOWER, Amos engineer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 174/80

BOWER, Amos labourer Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 258/171

BOWER, Amos sawyer Pt Adelaide 1867[-1871] Father of Hannah Maria Bower spinster. Linked with David Bower MP Wallaroo 1867 Memorial 96/222

BOWER, Amos sawyer Pt Adelaide, died 4/10/1878 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Bower, to settle his estate 1883 Memorial 38/354

BOWER, Brocardus brewer Hindmarsh 1859 Memorial 349/154

BOWER, Daniel timber merchant Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 158/78

No 1

BOWER, David carpenter Pt Adelaide 1847 Memorial 200/9

BOWER, David timber merchant Pt Adelaide and Wallaroo. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

BOWER, David timber merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Pt Wallaroo 1863[-1864] Memorial 68/191

BOWER, David formerly timber merchant Pt Adelaide 1861 but now builder Wallaroo Bay 1864 Application 5374

BOWER, David builder Wallaroo Bay 1864 Memorial 32/202

BOWER, David timber merchant Wallaroo trustee Cemetery Wallaroo 1866 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

BOWER, David gentleman Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 69 County Daly

BOWER, David Esquire MHA Pt Wallaroo 1868 Memorial 206/235

BOWER, David sheepfarmer Wallaroo, trustee Yorke Peninsula Building Society 1870 Grant Book 14 Page 231 County Daly

BOWER, David merchant Pt Adelaide 1888 Application 21334

BOWER, David gentleman Woodville 1893 Application 22588

BOWER, David gentleman Woodville, died 6/7/1898, of senile decay, aged 79 Memorial 156/438

No 1

BOWER, David accountant Napier St, Yatala township 1898, died c 1902. Son of Mary Bower widow of the late Amos Bower formerly of Pt Adelaide now deceased. Brother to Joseph Bower contractor and builder formerly of York township Port Road but now of Norwood, Richard Bower timber merchant Pt Adelaide and Emma Bower spinster Memorial 37/447

BOWER, David Joseph acting town clerk of the Corporation of the town of Hindmarsh 1946, declared that he held that position because the Town Clerk was absent Application 28433

BOWER, Harry out of business Hindmarsh Tiers, Myponga. His wife, Sarah Jane Bower, formerly of 22 Henley Beach Road, Mile End but then of Myponga, died 9/9/1949 Glenelg Memorials 188 & 189/524

BOWER, Henry John builder North Adelaide (Tynte St) 1894 Memorial 134/442

No 1

BOWER, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 274/64

BOWER, Thomas farmer Schönborn 1859 Memorial 70/161

BOWERING, DM bank clerk Mt Barker 1946 Memorial 140/520

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BOWERING, James shoemaker Adelaide (King William St) 1852[-1859] Memorial 179/42.

BOWERING, James shoemaker Bowden 1859 Memorial 267/158

BOWERING, James shoemaker formerly of Bowden but now of Melbourne Vic 1866 Application 7862

No 1

BOWERING, Jonathan Richard of Glenelg and Millicent Maud Bowering his wife 1914 Application 26373

BOWERING, Millicent Maud married woman St Peters 1911[-1916] Memorial 136/465

BOWERING, Millicent Maud married woman 3 Pembroke St, College Park 1921 Memorial 75/484

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BOWERING, Richard shoemaker North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 194/47

BOWERING, Richard shoemaker Bowden 1853 Memorial 102/56

BOWERING, Richard shoemaker formerly of North Adelaide 1853 but now of Bowden 1863 Application 3907

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BOWERING, William cordwainer Black Forest 1854 Memorial 216/79

BOWERING, William farmer Aldinga 1865 Memorial 335/205

BOWERING, William farmer Aldinga and Maria Bowering his wife 1886 Application 21006

BOWES, James and John [probably the Younger] farmers Gawler Plains 1870 Memorial 216/246

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOWES, John farmer Brownhill Creek 1849 Memorial 296/20 Farmer Gawler Plains 1850[-1859] Memorial 499/20

BOWES, John farmer View Park, Gawler Plains, died 6/6/1859. Ann Turnbull Bowes of the Gawler Plains, Thomas MILLER gentleman Smith Creek and John BYERS farmer Golden Grove named as executors Memorial 159/167

BOWES, John farmer View Park Gawler Plains, died c1859. Executors and trustees: The widow Anne Turnbull Bowes of Gawler Pains, Thomas MILLER farmer Gawler Plains and John Byers farmer Golden Grove Memorial 168/176

BOWES, John the Younger farmer Gawler Plains son of the late John Bowes the Elder now deceased 1867 Memorial 184/226

BOWES, Leonard store assistant Hoyleton 1891 Memorial 185/408

BOWES, Simon settler Adelaide (Hobson Place off Wright St) 1849 Memorial 456/13

BOWES, Stanley Edgar financier Adelaide (14 Pirie St) 1947 Memorial 183/521

No 1

BOWES, Thomas farmer The Gilbert 1860 Memorial 38/256

BOWES, Thomas farmer formerly of The Gilbert but now of Tynong [where is this place?] 1888 Memorial 155/391

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BOWES, Thomas farmer Pt Gawler 1865 Memorial 145/210

BOWES, Thomas farmer Hundred of Pt Gawler 1869 Application 9947

BOWES, Thomas Russell carpenter Broughton Broughton [later Redhill] township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 494 County Daly

No 1

BOWEY, Arthur Henry farmer Golden Grove 1915 Memorial 75/472

BOWEY, Arthur Henry farmer Golden Grove 1922 Application 27144

No 1

BOWEY, Henry blacksmith Gumeracha 1884 Memorial 188/362

BOWEY, Henry blacksmith [formerly of Gumeracha but now of] Golden Grove 1895 Memorial 63/424

BOWEY, John Alfred farmer Modbury 1918 Memorial 161/476

No 1

BOWEY, Richard farmer Wauraltee Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 206 County Fergusson

BOWEY, Richard the Younger farmer Pt Victoria Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1898 Grant Book 19 Page 227 County Fergusson

BOWEY, Vida Jean home duties 34 Collins St, Enfield, aged 59 in 1969, declared that she had lived at that address for more than 34 years Application 28495

No 1

BOWEY, William of Pt Victoria trustee cemetery Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusso

BOWEY, William farmer Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

BOWEY, William farmer Pt Victoria Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1899[-1900] Grant Book 19 Page 227 County Fergusson

No 1

BOWGEN, Benjamin labourer St Johns Wood 1855 Memorial 244/86

BOWGEN, Benjamin died c1855, He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Ann Bowgen Memorial 293/91

BOWGEN, Margaret Ann widow and relict of the late Benjamin Bowgen formerly labourer St John Wood deceased 1856 Memorial 199/112

No 1

BOWHEY, George farmer Black Rock. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 113 County Dalhousie

BOWHEY, George farmer Modbury and Laura Leslie Bowhey his wife 1896[-1913] Memorial 9/428, Application 25121

BOWHEY, George farmer Modbury, died 24/5/1920. Husband of Laura Leslie Bowhey Memorial 171/480

BOWHEY, Laura Leslie widow Modbury 1926 Application 27476

BOWHEY, Laura Leslie widow Modbury, died 1/9/1949 Memorial 71/528

BOWHEY, Maria Mrs no description leased Section 376 Survey B 1872[-1878] Memorial 48/309

BOWHEY, William no description owned Section 842 Hundred of Yatala 1884 Memorial 132/361

BOWIE, Frederick William farmer Salisbury and Golden Grove 1930 Application 27791

BOWIE, James blacksmith Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1854 Memorial 123/66

No 1

BOWKER, George now of parts beyond the seas. Husband of Elizabeth Bowker of Adelaide 1883[-1884] Memorial 57/353

BOWKER, Elizabeth of Walkerville wife of George Bowker of parts beyond the sea 1884 Application 20387

No 1

BOWKER, John Henry collector Glenelg 1879 Memorial 177/313

BOWKER, John Henry carrier Glenelg 1880 Memorial 145/327

No 1 - probably the same person

BOWLES, Edward farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 369/52

BOWLES, Edward farmer Payneham 1857[-1858] Enrolment 78/39

BOWELS, Edward butcher Walkerville 1865 Memorial 33/206

BOWELS, Edward gardener Payneham 1867[-1883] Memorial 171/259

BOWLES, Edward gardener Payneham, died 6/4/1892. Husband of Lavinia Bowles. Executors: Frederick William Bowles gardern Payneham and Arthur STEWART formerly of Payneham House, Payneham but now of Portsea Vic. Mary Ann Stewart of Payneham House mentioned but not described. Estate woth £2,108 Memorial 116/413

BOWLES, Frederick William nurseryman Rugby near Payneham 1907 Memorial 110/458

No 1

BOWLES, John farmer Bowden 1853 Memorial 239/53

BOWLES, John labourer Bowden 1855 Memorial 204/250

BOWLES, John labourer Bowden 1861 Application 2357

BOWLES, John the Elder labourer Bowden, died c1873. He left his estate according to his will to his children - John Bowles the Younger labourer Mintaro, Mary Ann Sloman BLIZARD wife of Alfred Blizard labourer Nairne, Margaret BROOKS wife of William Brooks brickmaker Bowden, and Lysander Barlass Bowels labourer Belalie Memorial 77/281

BOWLES, RT bank manager Kooringa 1937 Memorial 99/512

No 1

BOWLES, William labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 8188

BOWLES, William labourer Payneham 1847 Memorial 31/8

Farmer Payneham 1853 Memorial 59/53

BOWLES, William the Elder of Adelaide 1839 Labourer Payneham 1847 Died 16/7/1866 Payneham Husband of Sarah Ann Bowles (died 18/12/1865). Children - Susannah, Edward Bowles the Younger butcher Walkerville (Gardener Payneham 1867), George William, Sophia, Sarah Ann (1 share in the East Torrens Wine and Distillation Company), Emily, and Rachel Estate worth £200 Application 8188

BOWLES, William gardener Payneham, died 1866. Individual bequests, including real estate and shares in the East Torrens Wine and Distillation Company - to some of his children individually - eldest son Edward Bowles butcher Walkerville, and daughters Sarah Ann Bowles, Emily Constance Bowles, and Rachel Bowles. The rest of his estate to go into trust for the benefit of his wife, Sarah Ann Bowles, for life, then to all his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 121/213

BOWLEY, Amos Arnold Longley bank clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 304 County Not named

BOWLEY, Charles saddler Pt Broughton 1906[-1912] Grant Book 14 Page 272 County Daly

No 1

BOWLEY, Henry carpenter Clare 1849[-1850] Memorial 227/14

BOWLEY, Henry carpenter Clare 1860 Application 1506

BOWLEY, Henry and William LEWIS builders Clare trading under the style or firm of Bowley & Lewis, became bankrupts in 1873 Memorial 178/267

No 1

BOWLEY, James builder Adelaide 1850 Memorial 281/24

BOWLEY, James builder Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1852. In partnership with Thomas JONES Memorial 361/42

BOWLEY, James builder Pt Elliot 1853 Memorial 276/55

BOWLEY, James carpenter Pt Elliot 1865 Memorial 299/203

No 1

BOWLEY, James George carpenter Goolwa 1935 Memorial 198/508

BOWLEY, James George out of business Goolwa, died 17/8/1948 Memorial 173/523

BOWLEY, Thomas butcher Clare 1887 Memorial 240/387

No 1

BOWMAN, Alan Edmund grazier Dashwood Gully linked with Annie Maud Mary Bowman widow Campbell House, Campbell Park 1941 Memorial 111/515

BOWMAN, Alan Edmund formerly grazier Dashwood Gully but now pastoralist Campbell House Station, Meningie. Linked with Maude H Bowman home duties Campbell House 1944[-1949] Memorial 130/518

No 1

BOWMAN, Alexander corn merchant Middleton 1859 Memorial 267/156

BOWMAN, Alexander miller Pt Elliot 1865 Memorial 159/203

BOWMAN, Alexander miller Cawder Pt Elliot 1869 Application 10260

BOWMAN, Alexander farmer Pt Elliot 1882 Application 19101.

BOWMAN, Alexander gentleman Cawder near Pt Elliot, died 23/7/1896. Husband of Margaret Bowman Application 23447

No 2

BOWMAN, Alexander farmer Georgetown Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 64 County Victoria

No 3

BOWMAN, Alexander teamster Whites Forest Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 501 County Frome

No 1

BOWMAN, Arthur Percy stockholder Campbell House and Thomas Richard Bowman stockholder Adelaide carrying on business as partners under the style or firm of TR & AP Bowman 1902 Memorial 96/446

BOWMAN, Arthur Percy stockholder Campbelltown 1911 Memorial 142/464

No 1

BOWMAN, Charles William Esquire formerly of Enfield but now of Exeter College, Oxford, England linked with Edmund Bowman Esquire of Martindale near Mintaro who is now about to proceed to SA 1879 Memorial 174/315

BOWMAN, Charles William sheep farmer Werocata near Balaklava 1882 Memorial 68/342

BOWMAN, Charles William and Edmund stockholders Martindale near Mintaro 1882 Memorial 235/343

BOWMAN, Charles William stockholder Balaklava Co Gawler Hundred of Stow land grant 1886 Grant Book 56 Page 448 County Stanley

BOWMAN, Charles William stockholder Unity Chambers, Adelaide 1893 Application 22606

BOWMAN, Charles William sheepfarmer Mt Bryan linked with Hubert Bowman station manager Hill River 1905 Memorial 106/453

BOWMAN, Charles William stockholder Mt Bryan 1906, declared that his father, Edmund Bowman, purchased the Werocata Estate in the Hundred of Balaklava in c1856. CW Bowman inherited the estate when his father died in 1866 Application 25173

BOWMAN, Charles William grazier Mt Bryan Flat and BOWMAN, Hubert station manager Hill River near Clare 1907 Application 25363

No 1

BOWMAN, David storekeeper Black Jack Kanyaka Co Newcastle. Mt Eyre (Hundred of Warrakimbo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 124 County Blachford

BOWMAN, David storekeeper Kanyaka 1864 Memorial 41/195

BOWMAN, D of Pt Wakefield 1888 Memorial 198/389

BOWMAN, David Fern farmer Wilkawatt trustee Methodist Mission Hall Wilkawatt 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

No 1 - the Elder

BOWMAN, Edmund sheep farmer Pine Forest 1851 Memorial 495/30

BOWMAN, Edmund flockmaster Pine Forest near Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 161/51

BOWMAN, Edmund and Richard stockholders Yorke Peninsula. Moonta (Hundred of Moonta) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 100 County Daly

BOWMAN, Edmund the Elder stockholder Enfield, died 1866. He left his house and land at Enfield to his wife, Elizabeth Bowman, in trust for her lifetime. Freehold land in the Hundreds of Stanley and Upper Wakefield to his son, Edmund Bowman the Younger, plus the real estate at Enfield when Elizabeth Bowman had died and he had turned 21. Freehold land in the Hundreds of Clare, Balaklava, Apoinga, Wiscolata, Stow, Inkerman, Goyder, Clinton and Kuppard?? to his son, Charles William Bowman, when he turned 21 Memorial 13/219

BOWMAN, Edmund stockholder Enfield died c1866. His wife Elizabeth to have the house at Enfield, together with the contents, in trust for life, then absolutely in remainder expectant to his son Edmund Bowman. The rest of his land to go into trust and leased out to raise income for the family. ‘The land to be let in as large blocks as possible for grazing purposes, taking due care they are seucrued in the rent … My reasons for letting land for grazing purposes at a lower rental is the slovenly manner in which land is cultivated, instead of its being improved it is deteriorated in value … Should my brothers wish to rent the land, I would like them to have the preference’.

Mrs Bowman to have annuity of £300 a year for five years after his death, rising to £500 a year until alll children have reached the age of 21 - the extra money to be used for their education. Then she was to return to £300 a year. When Edmund Bowman Junr became 21, he was to get all the Bowman freehold land in the Hundreds of Stanley and Upper Wakefield, provided he pay half of his mother’s annuity. Son Charles William Bowman to get all freehold land in the Hundreds of Clare, Balacklava, Apoinga, Wisocta and Inkerman, when he turned 21, provided he pay half of his mother’s annuity. If either son died before he turned 21, the other son could inherit the property, provided he pay another £1,000 to each of his sisters. Edmund Bowman Senr left his mother £50 annuity for life to be paid out of the rents of the freehold estatetwo sons to get an equal portion of the mining shares as well. Daughters Clarissa Eveline Bowman and Alice Elizabeth Bowman to get £1,000 each when they turn 21, or when they marry. If his wife died before the children turned 21, the boys to get £100 each and the girls £70 each until they turn 21, the girls alsos ‘to choose for them suitable persos with whom to be boarded and educated’. Executors: brother John Bowman Crystal Brook, Henry A BOORD accountant Adelaide, and William George COLE of Crystal Brook. Codicil to will - Wife to get £500 a year for life. Children born after the will was made - Son Herbert Bowman to get certain lands in the Hundreds of Apoinga and Stanley. Daughter Jessie Bowman to get £1,000 when she turned 21. Son Charles also to get land recently purchased in the Hundreds of Goyder, Clinton and Kuppara. ‘I hope there may prove no quibble in my will and that the good sense of my executors will carry out my intentions in equity and good conscience’. Executors to be paid for their work. Original will made in 1862. Edmund Bowman banked with the Union Bank, where he had a safe deposit box. Application 9278.

BOWMAN, Edmund stockholder Crystal Brook, died 14/8/1866 accidentally drowned while crossing a creek, aged 48 Application 14241

BOWMAN, Edmund the Elder gentleman Martindale Mintaro, died 14/8/1866. He left his mother, Elizabeth BROOKS wife of William Henry Brooks gentleman Enfield, a life interest in certain real estate. Mrs Brooks was still living in 1885 Memorial 249/371

No 2 - the Younger

BOWMAN, Edmund chairman of the District Council of Black Springs 1876 Memorial 6/293

BOWMAN, Edmund farmer Black Springs Co Burra. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 46 County Dalhousie

BOWMAN, Edmund the Younger born 9/4/1855, son of Edmund Bowman the Elder sheep farmer and Elizabeth nee HACKNEY. Edmund Bowman the Elder must have died. His widow, Elizabeth Bowman full age of Enfield(Father: William HACKNEY) remarried to William Henry BROOKS farmer Inglewood (Father: Thomas Brooks) on 31/8/1871, St Clement Enfield. Minister: AR RUSSELL. Witnesses: Bessie FORRESTER of Adelaide and Edmund BOWMAN the Younger Application 25363

BOWMAN, Edmund sheep farmer Martindale near Mintaro 1887 Memorial 53/384

No 3

BOWMAN, Edmund butcher Kadina 1910 Memorial 143/462

BOWMAN, Elsie Hughes wife of Andrew Aitken BOWMAN formerly of Chesterhill, Anstruther West, Co Fife, Scotland, but now of Valparaiso, Chili, but presently residing at the Marine Hotel, Elie, Co Fife, Scotland, died. Her legacy of £9,000 from Walter Watson Hughes out of his SA estate, in trust with power of attorney to James Murray PITTENDRIGH of D & W Murray Ltd, Adelaide to administer on the trustees’ behalf for her son, James Anstruther Hughes BOWMAN (a minor), the only child of the late Mrs Bowman, residing at Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh, Scotland 26/1/1909 Deposit 37/1909

BOWMAN, Harriet wife of George E Bowman Yankalilla, died 3/4/1885, of cancer, aged 50. Walter WALLER of Yankalilla was her son. [How were they connected to Samuel Waller labourer Natimuk Vic?] Application 23210

No 1

BOWMAN, Francis farmer Humbug Forest 1873[-1883] Memorial 232/269, Application 19653

BOWMAN, Francis farmer One Tree Hill 1913 Memorial 18/469

BOWMAN, Frank carter and contractor Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 7 County Chandos

BOWMAN, Frederick John labourer near Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 206 County Grey

No 1

BOWMAN, George farmer Wandearah. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1895 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

No 2

BOWMAN, George and John farmers One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para. Uley Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 196/470

BOWMAN, Henry stockholder Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1885, sold his grazing land to labourer Nicholas SAMPSON and then disappeared for good Application 26781

BOWMAN, Hubert sheep farmer Mt Bryan 1894 Memorial 174/421

No 1

BOWMAN, James of Pt Augusta 1883 Memorial 210/353

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BOWMAN, James bookkeeper Middleton 1883 Application 25976

BOWMAN, James bookkeeper Middleton 1889 Memorial 89/400

No 1

BOWMAN, Janet widow Willochra Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 545 County Frome

BOWMAN, Jane formerly Jane BROWN spinster Mintaro 1855 but now lady Adelaide 1893 wife of John Bowman [apparently she had formerly been the wife of William Bowman). [Was Jane Brown really Jane Browne a sister to Joseph Gilbert stockholder Pewsey Vale near Lyndoch] Memorial 43/419 & RPA Search 780

No 1

BOWMAN, John farmer Barton Vale 1842 Memorial 456/1

BOWMAN, John the Younger farmer Dry Creek (wrongly written as BEAUMAN) 1850[-1853] Memorials 186/20, 453/55

BOWMAN, John farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1854 Memorial 291/67

BOWMAN, John, Thomas Richard and William Charles stockholders Wakefield River 1857 Linked with Edmund Bowman stockholder Enfield Memorial 83/114

BOWMAN Brothers stockholders Poltalloch and Campbell House 1877 Memorial 218/297

BOWMAN, John stockholder Crystal Brook 1871[-1879] Memorial 91/253

BOWMAN, John sheepfarmer Crystal Brook Co Victoria Hundred of Goyder land grant 1872 Grant Book 56 Page 408 County Stanley

BOWMAN, John and Thomas Richard Esquires Crystal Brook 1872 Memorial 53/262

BOWMAN, John stockowner formerly of Poltalloch Station but now in parts beyond the seas 1879[-1883] Memorial 79/316

BOWMAN, John gentleman formerly of Crystal Brook but now of Hobart Tas 1891 Memorial 19/412

BOWMAN, John Esquire Newtown Tas died 3/8/1900. Father of John William Bowman stockholder The Ridge Rosedale Gippsland Vic, Frederick James Bowman grazier Cheshunt Park Deloraine Tas, Arthur Percy Bowman stockholder Glengarry Vic, Albert Edward Bowman station manager Poltalloch and Keith Dudley Bowman stockholder Poltalloch. Annuity to Julia FORRESTER during the lifetime of Mary Forrester. Annuity to Mildred MCDONALD wife of James Wylde McDonald Memorials 37 & 52/446

No 2

BOWMAN, John farmer Section 123 Sturt Plains, near Tapley Hill 1850[-1853] Memorial 324/34

Hundred of Munno Para land purchase 1853 Memorial 306/54

BOWMAN, John farmer formerly of Section 123 Sturt Plains near Tapley Hill but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 241/57

No 3

BOWMAN, John carpenter South Para 1851 Memorial 196/347

BOWMAN, John [formerly carpenter but now] farmer South Para 1854 Memorial 145/69

BOWMAN, John farmer Section 3275 Hundred of Para Wirra, died c 1871. Husband of Bettie Bowman. Bettie Bowman widow One Tree Hill, died c1883. Francis Bowman no description the executor of her estate Memorials 197 & 198/347

No 1

BOWMAN, John stockholder Wakefield River 1861 Stockholder Mt Vernon Tasmania 1875 Application 14241.

BOWMAN, John stockholder Mt Vernon Tasmania 1875, linked with Deborah Bowman FORRESTER widow Mintaro and Auburn Applications 14241 & 14242

No 1

BOWMAN, John Westray gentleman Walkerville 1858 Memorial 43/137

BOWMAN, John Westray gentleman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 43/137

BOWMAN, Jonathan farmer Hundred of Willochra 1886 Memorial 140/373

BOWMAN, JOS of Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 80/123

No 1

BOWMAN, Keith Dudley squatter Poltalloch Station near Milang 1910[-1924] Memorial 123/463

BOWMAN, Keith Dudley stockholder Poltalloch 1914 Application 26338

BOWMAN, Keith Dudley Esquire Adelaide and Margaret Hepburn Bowman his wife 1920 Memorial 193/480

BOWMAN, Margaret Hepburn of Poltalloch Station via Tailem Bend, died 18/7/1952 Bowman's Buildings, King William St, Adelaide. She left her entire estate to Mary Rosamund COWAN widow Poltalloch Station Memorial 3/528

BOWMAN, Mouncey Parker farmer Ardrossan linked with Emma Jane PAVY nee Bowman no description 1888 Memorial 99/391

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BOWMAN, Parker sheepfarmer Parara Ardrossan township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 448 County Fergusson

BOWMAN, Parker farmer Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 282 County Fergusson

BOWMAN, Parker sheepfarmer Ardrossan trustee Institute Ardrossan township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 450 County Fergusson

BOWMAN, Parker of Ardrossan 1885 Memorial 208/368

BOWMAN, Parker sheep farmer Ardrossan 1887 Memorial 81/386

BOWMAN, Parker farmer Ardrossan Co Fergusson. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 295 County Daly

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BOWMAN, Peter farmer South Para 1858 Memorial 166/141

BOWMAN, Peter farmer South Para Hundred of Parra Wirra 1869 Memorial 170/239

BOWMAN, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 59/172

BOWMAN, Robert gentleman Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 306 County Grey

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BOWMAN, Samuel farmer Lameroo trustee Presbyterian Church Dingo Bore 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 126 County Chandos

BOWMAN, Samuel farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 128 County Chandos

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BOWMAN, Stephen butcher Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1865[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 50 County Daly

BOWMAN, Stephen butcher Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872[-1886] Grant Book 14 Page 75 County Daly

BOWMAN, Stephen butcher Kadina 1881 Memorial 98/337

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BOWMAN, Thomas stockholder Wakefield River 1862 Application 14241

BOWMAN, Thomas sheepfarmer Pt Wakefield 1864 Memorial 232/199

BOWMAN, Thomas farmer near Maitland. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Maitland. Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

BOWMAN, Thomas farmer Yorke Valley. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 99 County Fergusson

BOWMAN, Thomas farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 100 County Fergusson

BOWMAN, Thomas farmer Hundred of Maitland. Trustee unnamed cemetery. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

BOWMAN, Thomas of Maitland 1889 Memorial 163/396

BOWMAN, Thomas farmer Maitland 1901 Memorial 110/444

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BOWMAN, Thomas gentleman formerly of The Finniss but now of Mt Barker 1891 Memorial 16/412

No 1

BOWMAN, Thomas Richard stockholder Campbell House 1879 Memorial 210/316

BOWMAN, Thomas Richard stationholder Campbell House Meningie. Hundred of Baker land grant 1879[-1900] Grant Book 54 Page 9 County Russell

BOWMAN, Thomas Richard stockholder Campbell House 1883 Memorial 64/355

BOWMAN, Thomas Richard sheepfarmer Campbell Park 1885 Memorial 15/364

BOWMAN, Thomas Richard stockowner Adelaide 1884 Memorial 3/362

BOWMAN, Thomas Richard stockholder Adelaide (Waverley South Tce), died 17/2/1911. Husband of Elizabeth Haigh Bowman. Father of Ada May CAVE and Clara Eva BRAY. TR Bowman and Arthur Percy Bowman pastoralist Campbell House near Meningie in partnership under the style or firm of TR & AP Bowman Memorials 250/466 & 2/467

BOWMAN, Thomas Richard stockholder Waverley South Tce, Adelaide, died 17/2/1911. His estate worth £153,100. His wife, Elizabeth Haig BOWMAN allowed to live in Waverley (pt Town Acres 658, 659, 664, 665) for 4 years and to get certain furnishings and £4,000 cash from the estate. His daughters, Ada Mary CAVE wife of Hugo Charles Cave stockholder Second Valley and Clara Eva BRAY wife of Cecil Bray, to get £1,000 each. Executor Edwin Jackson GREEN to get £2,000. Nephews Charles William Bowman and Hubert Bowman, niece Jessie Bowman Jane ANTHONY wife of George Anthony gentleman Semaphore Also to Susan ASHWIN widow of Edward Marston Ashwin Esquire Adelaide, Jessie and Mabel FOTHERINGHAM of Clarence Park daughters of the late Robert Fotheringham of Kapunda, and Mary GOYDER of Adelaide daughter of the late GW Goyder £500 each. To Catherine KELSH widow of John Kelsh brother of TR Bowman's first wife Victoria Jane Bowman £400. To Robert ROWELL of Campbell House formerly a servant of TR Bowman now in the employ of the firm of R & AP Bowman £150. £250 to each of certain charities. £50 to each male and female employee who had worked for TR Bowman or the firm for at least 3 years. TR Bowman also forgave the substantial debts which his sons-in-law incurred in buying farms. His two daughters to get annuities of £800 each for life, his wife to get £500 a year for life. Mrs Emily WARLAND widow South Tce, Adelaide, relict of the late George Warland to get £50 a year for life; Louisa MCDONALD daugher of the late James Wilde McDonald sheep farmer Walkerville; also Jane RICHARDS of Lashbrook near Macclesfield both £50 a year for life. His old stockman Richard MATTHEWS and his wife Kate Matthews, formerly in the firm's employ at Crystal Brook to have a house at Nailsworth to live in for the rest of their joint lives. Half the residuary estate in trust for the children of Mrs BRAY and the other half of the residuary estate for the children of Mrs CAVE once the mothers had died Application 27610

BOWMAN, Elizabeth Haigh widow East Tce, Adelaide relict of the late Thomas Richard Bowman formerly Esquire South Tce, Adelaide now deceased 1929 Memorial 196/501

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BOWMAN, William farmer Finniss River 1851[-1854] Memorial 290/36.

BOWMAN, William farmer Finniss Special Survey 1853 Memorial 155/53

BOWMAN, William stockholder Finniss River 1857 Memorial 258/114

BOWMAN, William farmer View Bank Finniss River 1858 Memorial 38/148

BOWMAN, William farmer and stockholder Lower Finniss 1861 Memorial 168/177

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BOWMAN, William of Kanyaka 1869 Memorial 156/243

BOWMAN, William farmer formerly of Kanyaka but now of One Tree Hill Sources of the Little Para 1876 Memorial 43/287

BOWMAN, William Mill formerly of Kanyaka but then farmer One Tree Hill, died 24/9/1908. Husband of Annie Bowman. Father of John Bowman farmer Garden Creek near One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para. Other children mentioned but not named. Executor; Charles Cartwright CRASE draper's assistant Gawler Memorial 213 & 222/460

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BOWMAN, William manager Martindale near Mintaro 1883 Memorial 45/351

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BOWMAN, William formerly miller Middleton 1874 but now of Queens Own Town 1876 Application 15605

BOWMAN, William miller Middleton trading under the style of William Bowman & Co 1886 Memorial 226/374

No 5

BOWMAN, William labourer Pt Augusta Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 7 County Newcastle

No 1

BOWMAN, William Charles stockholder Wakefield River 1857 Memorial 82/114

BOWMAN, William Charles stockholder Crystal Brook 1870 Memorial 148/245

BOWMAN, William Charles Esquire formerly of Crystal Brook but now of Mt Vernon, Tasmania 1872[-1873] Memorial 53/262

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BOWMAN, William James gentleman Adelaide Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 163 County Herbert

BOWMAN, William James farmer Wilkawatt trustee Methodist Mission Hall Wilkawatt 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

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BOWN, Alfred farmer Kooringa 1926 Application 27501

BOWN, Alfred farmer Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 171/494

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BOWN, Henry farmer Kooringa 1902 Memorial 104/446

BOWN, Henry farmer Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

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BOWN, John farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1874 Memorial 142/276

BOWN, John farmer [formerly of Springbank but then of] Baldina, died 14/10/1924. Father of Annie Bown, Sarah HONEYCHURCH, William John Bown, Martha JAMES and Ada GILES Memorial 191/504

No 1 - probably the same person

BOWN, Thomas domestic servant Adelaide 1847 Memorial 498/7

BOWN, Thomas yeoman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 182/24

BOWN, Thomas labourer Stepney 1853[-1882] Memorial 438/57

BOWRING, Benjamin bootmaker Maidstone 1873 Application 12510

BOWRING, Richard shoemaker Bowden 1853 Memorial 102/56

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BOWSER, William Fowler civil servant Hawker Road, Medindie and Mary Bowser his wife 1915 Memorial 103/473

BOWSER, William Fowler bookbinder Medindie 1921 Application 26964

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BOWSHIR, George linked with Section 127 Hundred of Colton Co Musgrave 1887 Memorial 58/386

BOWSHIR, George farmer Sections 126e and 127 Hundred of Colton Co Musgrave 1896 Application 23181

BOWSTEAD, James sawyer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 254/98

BOWTOLL, Elizabeth widow of the late Stephen Bowtoll of SA 1854 Memorial 179/65

BOWYER, Andrew George district clerk Mt Barker Council 1939 declared: I was appointed Clerk on 23/1/1939 Application 28267

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BOWYER, George farmer Yankalilla and Eleanor Bowyer his wife 1888 Application 21445

BOWYER, George labourer Yankalilla, died 13/6/1913. Husband of Eleanor Bowyer Memorial 1010/469

BOWYER, James Henry labourer Yankalilla 1942 Application 28320

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BOWYER, Richard farmer Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 82/48

BOWYER, Richard farmer Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 83/59

BOWYER, Richard yeoman formerly of Yankalilla but now of Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1853[-1855] Memorial 331/59

BOWYER, Richard farmer Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 336/81

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BOWYER, Thomas yeoman formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 347/107

BOWYER, Thomas farmer Yankalilla father of Henry Bowyer no description 1877 Memorial 230/301

BOWYER-SMITH, Edmund Caswall engineer Adelaide Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 49 Page 21 County Newcastle