Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

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

 

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

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

A*

Ba* - Bec*

Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

E*

Fa* - Fl*

Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

I*

J*

K*

La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

N*

O*

Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

Q*

Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

U*

V*

Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

X*, Y*,  Z*

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

Names Beginning  'Box*' to 'By*'

BOX, Charles Henry linked with Section 24 Hundred of Arkaba Co Hanson 1885 Memorial 47/371

BOX, Daniel labourer Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 194/62

No 1

BOX, Frederick gardener Clarendon 1850 Memorial 344/26

BOX, Frederick gardener [formerly of Clarendon but now of] Hilton 1853[-1860] Memorial 92/50, Application 3563

BOX, Henry farmer Pt Gawler 1857[-1858] Memorial 336/124

No 1

BOX, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 371/38

BOX, Richard gentleman Adelaide, intending to live in Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 10/1/1852, to collect money owing to Richard Box from James HAMILTON and James HENDERSON wine and spirit merchants Adelaide since 17/12/1850 Deposit 2/OA

BOX, Richard Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now residing in Victoria 1852 Memorial 443/44

No 1

BOX, Thomas bailiff Kooringa 1862 Memorial 181/186

BOX, Thomas auctioneer Redruth 1865 Memorial 321/205

BOX, Thomas auctioneer Kooringa 1870 Memorial 54/247

No 1

BOX, Thomas Sturm storekeeper Kooringa Co Burra Hundred of Hanson land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 261 County Stanley

BOX, Thomas S storekeeper Kooringa 1871 Memorial 23/256

BOX, Thomas Sturm storekeeper Kooringa 1873 Memorial 217/266

BOX, Thomas Sturm storekeeper Kooringa, died c1875. His wife, Hannah Box, became a trustee for his trust estate Memorial 184/290

No 1 - possibly a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOX, William plasterer Norwood 1851[-1862] Memorial 477/36.

BOX, William plasterer Pt Elliot 1858 Memorial 199/133

BOX, William farmer Kirby Hill Hundred of Goolwa 1855 Memorial 110/86

No 1

BOXALL, George Albert carpenter Pt Elliot and Ellen Boxall his wife 1896 Memorial 150/428

BOXALL, George Albert carpenter Pt Elliot 1912[-1919] Memorial 16/466

No 1

BOXALL, William Henry wheelwright Pt Elliot 1889 Application 21657

BOXALL, William Henry blacksmith Pt Elliot 1892 Application 22375

BOXER, Edward farmer Belton 1893 Memorial 92/416

No 1

BOXER, John sheepfarmer Kangaroo Island. Maxwell (later Emu Bay Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 50 County Carnarvon

No 2

BOXER, John shepherd Snowtown had died by 1902. Executor – William Henry HALL storekeeper Snowtown Grant Book 14 Page 480 County Daly

BOXER, Percy Edward labourer Emu Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1907 Grant Book 11 Page 64 County Carnarvon

BOXER, William Richard farmer Wisanger Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1920[-1934] Grant Book 11 Page 69 County Carnarvon.

Farmer and grazier Wisanger Park Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1934 Grant Book 11 Page 71 County Carnarvon

BOXWELL, John farmer Inman Valley 1894 Application 22631

BOYCE, Charles drayman Mt Remarkable 1859 Memorial 216/148

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOYCE, James farmer Bowden 1855 Hundred of Kuipto land lease Memorial 235/80

BOYCE, James the Elder farmer Morphett Vale, died 1875-1876. He appointed James Boyce the Younger no description as his sole executor Memorial 230/294

No 2

BOYCE, James farmer Mt Gambier 1913 Application 26232

BOYCE, Jennings sheepfarmer Kalangadoo trustee Institute Kalangadoo Kalangadoo East (Hundred of Grey) allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 354 County Grey

No 1

BOYCE, John stockholder Hurtle Vale 1845 Memorial 313/5

BOYCE, John farmer Surrey Vale 1855 Memorial 241/84

No 2

BOYCE, John bank manager Quorn 1885[-1886] Memorial 194/371

BOYCE, John manager E, S & A Bank Quorn 1887 Memorial 63/384

BOYCE, Robert farmer Brighton 1854[-1855] Memorial 181/96

BOYCE, Thomas builder Semaphore 1884 Application 20208

BOYCE, Walter Woods carpenter Walkerville. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

No 1

BOYCE, William labourer formerly of Hindmarsh 1856 then Clarendon in SA now residing in Victoria 1870. Linked with James Boyce farmer Morphett Vale Application 11088

BOYCE, William labourer Clarendon 1860 Memorial 85/161

No 2

BOYCE, William farmer Morphett Vale 1861[-1869] Memorial 244/175

No 3

BOYCE, William saddler North Adelaide (Ward St 1898 Application 23709

No 1

BOYCE, WIlliam John labourer Pt Adelaide 1873[-1875] Memorial 241/265

BOYCE, William John formerly labourer Pt Adelaide 1873 now carter Section 454 near Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15578

No 1

BOYD, Alexander miner Copperhouse 1872[-1878] Memorial 93/263, Application 14374

BOYD, Alexander yeoman Copperhouse 1877 Memorial 226/303

BOYD, Alexander farmer Copperhouse near Kooringa 1888 Memorial 144/394

BOYD, Alexander farmer near Kooringa linked with George Boyd farmer near Kooringa 1891 Memorial 34/408

BOYD, Annie married woman near Moonta [perhaps Mrs Alfred Boyd]. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 280 County Daly

BOYD, Charles draper and grocer Mt Gambier about to go into business partnership at Millicent with Hugh BENNETT draper Millicent trading under the style or firm of Boyd & Bennett 1877 Memorials 92 & 93/299

BOYD, Edward labourer Happy Valley 1859 Memorial 102/150

BOYD, Edward Kenneth gardener Goolwa 1931 Application 27853

No 1

BOYD, George farmer Copperhouse near Kooringa 1891 Memorial 34/408

BOYD, George miner Broken Hill NSW bought land near Burra 1898 Memorial 238/433

BOYD, George miner South Broken Hill NSW 1901 Memorial 67/444

BOYD, George formerly farmer Copperhouse near Kooringa but now miner Broken Hill NSW 1907 Memorial 67/457

BOYD, Gordon miner Copperhouse 1859[-1872] Memorial 40/149

BOYD, Harold manufacturing chemist Adelaide 1893 Memorial 107/418

BOYD, James farmer near Saddleworth 1865 Application 6427

BOYD, James Gardner driller formerly of the Coorong but now of Adelaide employee of the SA Petroleum Fields Ltd of Pirie St, Adelaide 1891 Memorials 80 & 81/415

BOYD, Joseph Fearn merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 408/31

No 1

BOYD, Robert of Synagogue Place, Adelaide 1861 Memorial 296/187

BOYD, Robert labourer Adelaide 1865 Application 6329

No 1

BOYD, Thomas teamster Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 58 County Daly

BOYD, Thomas labourer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 417 County Daly

BOYD, Thomas farmer near Eden Valley 1890 Application 21976

No 1

BOYD, William shipwright Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 349/74

BOYD, William [formerly shipwright but now] farmer Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 35/128

BOYDEN, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 203/53

No 1

BOYER, Gertrude married woman Pt Elliot 1910 Memorial 231/462

BOYER, Gertrude widow 15 Tennyson St, Medindie, died 27/8/1944 Memorial 22/520

BOYER, JM clerk in holy orders Pt Elliot 1912 Memorial 118/466

BOYER, Richard farmer near Adelaide, married Elizabeth nee ? Family - Sydney Parker Bowyer and Walter Bowyer. Richard Bowyer died 24/3/1870. Elizabeth Bowyer remarried to Jacob LOCK labourer Brompton Park, who deserted her on 13/3/1881. The Adelaide Local Court issued her with a protection order against her husband soon afterwards to protect her income 1881 Application 18733

BOYES, John formerly merchant Antwerp, Belgium, and London, England now residing at Rose Vila, Driffield, East Riding, Yorks, England, died c1846/7. His wife called Elizabeth nee WILLIAMSON. He owned a number of farms in the East Riding. To his sons, Frederick Boyes and John Henshall Boyes jointly, he left his 20 shares in the SA Agricultural Company, and a swag of town and country land in various places in SA. He had bought land with Land Order 15. Edward WRIGHT the Younger became the family's local agent, particularly from the 1850s. The sons, together with one of their sisters, Susannah Elizabeth TIMMERMANS, also inherited their father's house and warehouses in Antwerp and a country estate with a wood in Tangerloo, near Antwerp, Belgium. His son, John Henshall Boyes gentleman 202 Adelaide Rd, Hampstead, Middlesex, England, died 15/12/1902. He left the bulk of his £32,570 estate to his wife Anne Martha Mills Boyes. Apparently no children. She did a lot of work in tidying up and selling the SA real estate 1921 which her husband had received from his father Application 27008

BOYKETT, Charles surveyor Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 281/89

BOYKETT, CJ secretary to the SA Railways Commissioner 1933 Memorial 187/506

BOYKETT, G Hebbert accountant Adelaide 1909 Memorial 58/462

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOYKETT, John clerk Prospect 1874 Memorial 3/285

BOYKETT, John accountant Prospect 1875 Memorial 4/285

BOYKETT, John Hebbert [probably the Elder] accountant Prospect 1875 Memorial 228/284

BOYKETT, John Hebbert law clerk Prospect 1898 Application 23561

BOYKETT, John Hebbert the Younger clerk Adelaide 1899 Memorial 31/437

BOYKETT, Thomas Hebbert accountant Adelaide 1922 Memorial 62/485

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BOYKETT, William solicitor Pt Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 308/75

BOYKETT, William Hebbert Junr of Le Fevre Peninsula son of William Boykett Senr solicitor Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 315/100

BOYKETT, William solicitor formerly of Pt Adelaide, but now out of the province, did not registered many land conveyances until many years after their execution, and he was in the habit of leaving such documents unregistered, unless specifically requested to register them. Charles David ASTON licensed land broker Pt Adelaide made this statement 5/8/1868 Application 9419

No 1

BOYLAN, Lawrence farmer Talia Hundred of Colton land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 77 County Musgrave

BOYLAN, Lawrence farmer Hundred of Colton 1887 Memorial 2/385

No 1

BOYLAN, Michael farmer Para Plains 1848 Memorial 196/17

Farmer Gawler Plains 1850 Memorial 94/24

Farmer Para Plains 1854 Memorial 321/62

BOYLAN, Michael farmer Para Plains 1851 Husband of Margaret Boylan Memorial 500/36.

BOYLAN Michael farmer Gawler Plains 1852[-1854] Memorial 159/51

BOYLIN, Michael labourer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 138/46

BOYLE, Arthur miner Adelaide 1870 Memorial 101/249

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

BOYLE, James farmer Navan 1867[-1870] Memorial 35/245

BOYLE, James grocer Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 75/347

BOYLE, John storekeeper New Luxemburg. Olary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1888[-1893] Grant Book 65 Page 194 County Not named

BOYLE, Luke farmer Emu Flat Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 12 County Kimberley

No 1 - probably the same person

BOYLE, Michael police constable Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 61/157

BOYLE, Michael of Adelaide and his wife, Elizabeth Boyle licensed victualler Adelaide formerly Elizabeth HALL widow 1868 Memorial 155/232

No 1

BOYLE, Philip farmer Mayurra trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1875 Grant Book 31 Page 231 County Grey

BOYLE, Philip farmer Hundred of Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 31 Page 223 County Grey

BOYLE, Philip farmer Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1889 Grant Book 31 Page 233 County Grey

BOYLE, Philip farmer Millicent 1889 Memorial 232/396

BOYLE, Samuel of Saddleworth 1860 Memorial 217/163

BOYLE, Thomas blacksmith Tarcowie. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 28 County Dalhousie

No 1

BOYLE, William blacksmith Tea Tree Gully 1883 Memorial 46/354

BOYLE, WIlliam formerly blacksmith Tea Tree Gully but now farmer Golden Grove 1890 Memorial 206/404

BOYLEY, Samuel chairmaker Blackwood 1924 Application 27245

BOYS, AT proclaimed bank manager Auburn 1940 Memorial 179/514

No 1 - probably the same person

BOYS, Augustus Customs officer Pt Adelaide 1855[-1885] Memorial 393/88

BOYS, Augustus officer in HM Customs Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 404/90

BOYS, ET assistant secretary 24 Clinton Ave, Myrtle Bank 1938 Memorial 18/514

BOYSDEN, George farmer Waterloo Plains 1867 Memorial 249/223

No 1

BOYSE, Charles of Balhannah 1861 Memorial 289/174

BOYSE, Charles mason Balhannah 1881 Memorial 232/335

No 1

BOYSE, William labourer Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 377/82

BOYSE, William labourer Clarendon 1856 Memorial 69/111

No 1

BOYTON, Frederick Ernest mechanic Woodside married Helena Victoria KLEINSCHMIDT of Woodside on 10/11/1926 Application 27717

BOYTON, Frederick Ernest motor mechanic Woodside 1930 Memorial 187/503

BOYTON, Helena Victoria married woman Woodside 1940 Memorial 67/514

BOYTON, Helena Victoria home duties Woodside, died 11/4/1950 Onkaparinga District Hospital Memorial 85/525

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRAASCH, Johann farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853[-1858] Memorial 390/49

BRAASCH, Johann Dietrich Wilhelm farmer Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 253/150

No 1

BRACK, Herman A surgeon Kapunda 1868 Memorial 158/232

BRACK, Hermann Albert medical practitioner Kapunda 1873 Memorial 142/297

BRACK, Hermann Albert surgeon formerly of Kapunda 1868 but now of parts beyond the seas 1878 Application 16866

No 1

BRADBROOK, Berry farmer Athelstone 1853[-1859] Memorial 289/51

BRADBROOK, Berry farmer Section 808 on the Torrens 1857 Memorial 50/119

BRADBROOK, Berry butcher Athelstone 1857 Memorial 71/123

BRADBROOK, Berry gardener Athelstone, died c1865. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Harriet Bradbrook, during her widowhood, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 249/207

BRADBROOK, Harriet widow Athelstone 1873, relict of the late Berry Bradbrook formerly farmer Athelstone 1857 Application 12823

No 1

BRADBROOK, Robert gardener Highbury 1920 Memorial 47/481

BRADBROOK, Robert labourer Hope Valley 1939 Application 28196

BRADBROOK, Roy dealer Muno Para 1918 Application 26725

No 1

BRADBURY, Elliott teamster Jamestown. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victoria

BRADBURY, Elliott farmer Caltowie Extension. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Caltowie Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 187 County Victoria

BRADBURY, Elliott farmer Gordon trustee Bible Christian Chapel Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

BRADDOCK, AL clerk to Messrs Moulden & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1895 Memorial 225/424

BRADDOCK, Charles Herbert, John Braddock, Marshall Braddock and William Braddock manufacturing chemists Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 190/259

No 1

BRADDOCK, Edward Thompson storekeeper Hookina. Hookina (Hundred of Barndioota) allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 108 County Blachford

BRADDOCK, Edward Thompson storekeeper Hookina, became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 194/216

BRADDOCK, Edward Thompson storekeeper Hookina and Blinman 1868 Memorial 93/228

BRADDOCK, Edward Thompson storekeeper Hookina Co Blachford. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 164a County Taunton

No 1

BRADDOCK, Frederick Augustus bank clerk Gladstone. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 314 County Victoria

BRADDOCK, Frederick Augustus bank manager Maitland. Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 221 County Fergusson

BRADDOCK, Frederick Augustus gentleman Maitland Co Fergusson. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 4 County Newcastle

No 1

BRADDOCK, John surgeon Auburn 1856[-1860] Memorial 341/127

BRADDOCK, John surgeon Glenburn near Yankalilla 1868 Application 9205

BRADDOCK, Robert Henry Alfred schoolmaster Dry Creek 1880 Memorial 89/325

BRADDOCK, William accountant formerly of Yatala but now of Adelaide 1885 Application 20484

BRADEN, John farmer Rice Creek near Auburn 1866[-1867] Memorial 191/219, Application 8155

BRADEY, Reginald George supervisor Blackwood, aged 55 in 1956, He built a house on Lot 25 at Goolwa in 1955 Application 29196

BRADEY, Thomas out of business Belair, died 6/8/1951. Uncle of Florence Bradey of Belair (niece in law), Percy Bradey of Renmark, Ernest Bradey no description. Bequests to John Thomas COLLINS of Blackwood, Florence Eileen Mildred WOOLSTON of Belair, Ronald Woolston no description Memorial 41/528

No 1

BRADEY, William wood merchant Mitcham 1912 Memorial 26/466

BRADEY, William woodyard proprietor Mitcham 1912 Application 26089

No 1

BRADFIELD, William wheelwright Adelaide 1853[-1861] Unley land purchase Memorial 134/57

BRADFIELD, William wheelwright formerly of Adelaide but now of Unley 1882 Application 19408

BRADFORD, Ann widow Marion 1881 Application 18937

No 1

BRADFORD, David farmer Hundred of Wonna 1886 Memorial 139/378

BRADFORD, David no description, died 9/6/1887. John Bradford farmer Hundred of Wonna the administrator of the estate Memorial 125/388

No 1

BRADFORD, Francis John farmer Koolywurtie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

BRADFORD, Francis John farmer Wonna trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Franklyn Franklyn (Hundred of Wonna) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

BRADFORD, FJ JP of Wonna Vale 1885[-1887]Memorial 125/371

BRADFORD, Francis John of Wonna Vale 1887 Memorial 96/385

BRADFORD, Francis John farmer Hundred of Wonna 1885[-1886] Memorial 23/377 & 161/381

No 1 - a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BRADFORD, John farmer Adelaide 1838. He speculated in land - subdivision of Section 375 Application 14650

BRADFORD, John farmer Adelaide 1838 Memorial 192/248

He took out a land grant of Section 348 Survey B at the Crossroads 80 acres. Enrolment 81/10

Farmer Marion and Marion Congregational Chapel Trustee 1850 Memorial 176/28

BRADFORD, John farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of The Sturt 1839 Application 9047

BRADFORD, John farmer Adelaide 1838. He was selling lots in Prospect. Application 8384. Sturt River 1839 Application 9047.

BRADFORD, John farmer The Sturt 1842 Application 1442

BRADFORD, John farmer Sturt Grove 1848 Memorial 234/201

BRADFORD, John Senr farmer The Sturt 1847 Memorial 469/21

Stockholder The Sturt 1850 Memorial 428/45

Trustee The Sturt Land and Building Society 1851 Memorial 322/33

BRADFORD, John farmer Marion. Sturt Land & Building Society trustee 1851 Memorial 459/36

BRADFORD, John farmer Marion near the Sturt River 1853 Memorial 243/55

BRADFORD, John farmer Sturt River 1854[-1857] Memorial 388/64 Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1854 Memorial 69/74

BRADFORD, John farmer Sturt Grove near Brighton 1856[-1859] Memorial 87/96

BRADFORD, John the Elder farmer The Sturt 1863 Memorial 124/189

BRADFORD, John farmer Sturt Grove Sturt River 1864, linked with William Bradford farmer Finniss River Application 5360

BRADFORD, John the Elder had a copper mine on his property, Section 2364, Hundred of Nangkita. His grandson, Francis Bradford farmer Queen’s Own Town, gave this evidence 1879 He was a son of John Bradford the Younger and Mary Bradford his wife Application 18678

BRADFORD, John gentleman Sturt Grove near Adelaide, died c1867. He left real estate, including a closed copper mine on pt Section 2364 Hundred of Nangkita, to his son and daughter-in-law, William and Mary Bradford, absolutely. Other real estate in the Hundred to the William Bradfords for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutely Memorial 104/228

BRADFORD, John the Elder died 30/1/1868. His son, John Bradford the Younger farmer Woodlands Farm, Finniss, became a bankrupt in 1869. Husband of Mary Bradford Memorial 86/244

BRADFORD, John farmer Brighton, died 30/1/1868 of stomach disease, aged 74 Application 11382

BRADFORD, John gentleman Sturt Grove pt Section 110 Hundred of Adelaide, died c1868. Real estate to his wife in trust for life, then to his daughter Hester Bradford spinster Marion absolutely in remainder expectant. Arthur Bradford farmer Marion 1887 was likely to be his son. He farmed the property Application 21259

BRADFORD, John the Elder Esquire Sturt Grove, died 30/1/1868. Estate worth £1,500. Perishable personal estate to his wife, Anne Bradford, absolutely. The rest of his personal estate and his house and garden to his wife, in trust, for life, then to his children, Hester and Arthur Bradford, to Hester for life, then to his son, Arthur Bradford absolutely in remainder expectant. Certain other lands in trust for his sons, David, John and William Bradford, during their lifetimes and then to their heirs absolutely in remainder expectant. The rest of the estate to be sold and the profits invested to provide an income for his widow for life, then the proceeds to be divided equally amongst his children. His wife had to pay £5 a year to the Treasurer of the New Jerusalem Church in Adelaide and the trustees to make a final payment of £20 to that church upon her death. If the mine on Section 2367 Hundred of Nangkita, in trust for his son William, is reopened during his wife's lifetime, then all the children to share the profits equally. His wife to give Arthur Bradford half of the income from the grapes and garden on the homestead land each year, 'by way of compensation for the labour, care and attention bestowed by him about the premises'. Trustees and executors: James SCOTT gentleman Adelaide (Rundle St), and William David SCOTT solicitor Adelaide (King William St) Application 22583

BRADFORD, John and William farmers The Finniss 1857 Memorial 213/113

BRADFORD, John the Younger farmer The Finniss linked with William Bradford formerly of The Finniss but now of Mollyneux, Otago River, New Zealand and John Bradford the Elder farmer The Sturt 1864 Memorial 308/192

BRADFORD, John farmer Woodlands Farm The Finniss and Mary Bradford his wife parents of Francis Bradford farmer Woodlands Farm 1870[-1879] Memorial 87/244

BRADFORD, John farmer Lower Finniss near Queens Own Town and Mary Bradford his wife parents of Francis Bradford farmer Terowie 1879 Memorial 37/320

BRADFORD, John farmer Nangkita 1883 Application 19733

BRADFORD, John farmer Sturt Grove, Brighton 1886 Application 21008

BRADFORD, John farmer Finniss 1896 Application 23200

No 2

BRADFORD, John the Elder farmer Wonna trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Franklyn Franklyn (Hundred of Wonna) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

BRADFORD, John of Wonna Vale Terowie 1886 Memorial 127/378

BRADFORD, Peter farmer Adelaide 1838 Application 5404

No 1

BRADFORD, William farmer Sturt River 1854 Hundred of Nangkita land grant Memorial 69/74

BRADFORD, William farmer The Finniss trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Queens Own Town Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 472 County Hindmarsh

BRADFORD, William farmer Finniss River 1880[-1885] Memorial 132/327, Application 20622

BRADLEY, Alexander plasterer Adelaide (Carrington St) 1872 Memorial 39/261

No 1

BRADLEY, Alfred farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1883[-1884] Grant Book 14 Page 265 County Daly

BRADLEY, Alfred of Mundoora 1886 Memorial 105/380

BRADLEY, Allan V salesman Adelaide 1921 Memorial 163/484

No 1

BRADLEY, Charles sawyer Bonney Flat [near Balhannah] 1857 Memorial 42/120

BRADLEY, Charles sawyer near Balhannah 1859 Application 970

BRADLEY, Charles sawyer Balhannah 1884 Memorial 122/356

BRADLEY, Charles Wyndham Town Clerk of the Corporation of Marion 1947, declared that from 2/11/1936, he had been Clerk of the District Council of Marion which became a Municipality on 1/4/1944 and he continued in office Application 28509

No 1

BRADLEY, Edgar Joseph of Clare (an infant of the age of 12 years) eldest son and heir at law of the late Joseph Spratt Bradley, who died intestate 1877 Memorial 218/303

BRADLEY, Edgar Joseph HM civil servant Adelaide 1891[-1919] Memorial 183/409

BRADLEY, Edgar Joseph civil servant Adelaide linked with Elizabeth Bradley spinster Adelaide 1904 Memorial 229/450

BRADLEY, Edgar Joseph civil servant Malvern 1926 Application 27442

BRADLEY, Edmund farmer Franklin Harbour 1883 Memorial 10/354

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BRADLEY, Edward carter Alberton 1851 Memorial 421/35.

BRADLEY, Edward storekeeper Morphett Vale 1851[-1858] Memorial 416/31

BRADLEY, Edward gentleman Morphett Vale linked with Robert Bradley wine merchant formerly of Philpot Lane, London, Middlesex, but now of Old Kent Road, Surrey, England 1856 Memorial 273/109

BRADLEY, Helen Elizabeth spinster Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 224/66

BRADLEY, Helen Elizabeth, born 17/6/1826 daughter of Robert Bradley clerk to a wine merchant 23 Old Fish St, London, was baptised on 9/9/1829 St Nicholas Cole Abbey in London. Her parents, Robert Bradley and Mary Ann nee THOMAS married 2/11/1817 at St Michael Bssishaw, London. HE Bradley emigrated to SA, possibly with her uncle, Edward Bradley, and settled at Morphett Vale. She possibly operated a shop she set up for herself on land she bought in April 1854 for £385 from yeoman William Wesley HAYES. She died 13/12/1855 intestate, leaving her father (late wine merchant Philpot Lane, London, but now of Trafalgar Rd, Old Kent Rd, Surrey) as heir at law. He sold the property to his brother, Edward Bradley storekeeper Morphett Vale. Edward Bradley must have died c1855, leaving his wife his entire estate, including his ‘money, debts and credits, stock in trade, furniture’ etc. His widow, Caroline Amelia Elizabeth Bradley now of Adelaide, sold the property in 1858 Application 21004

BRADLEY, Caroline Amelia Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1858 Memorial 244/171

BRADLEY, Caroline widow Norwood 1858 Memorial 336/145

BRADLEY, Caroline Amelia Elizabeth widow Norwood 1860 Memorial 47/169

No 2

BRADLEY, Edward storekeeper Narracoorte Mosquito Plains 1868 Memorial 202/235

BRADLEY, Edward merchant Narracoorte 1870 Memorial 85/248

BRADLEY, Edward formerly of Nottingham Park, Notts, England, but then of Narracoorte, died 13/8/1874 Melbourne Vic, a bachelor and intestate. His mother, Mary Ann Bradley widow of Nottingham Park, Notts, appointed Stow and Ayers solicitors Adelaide, as her local attorneys to administer her son's estate. Edward Bradley had the following brothers and sisters in 1875 - Micah Gedling Bradley, John Bradley, Bernard Bradley, Charles Bradley, Alfred Bradley all of Notts, Frederick James Bradley of Beeston Notts, Herbert Bradley engineer near Lima , South America, Caroline Gedling FIRTH wife of Mark Firth steel manufacturer Sheffield, Yorks, and now Mayor of Sheffield, Eleanor Jerram Gill wife of John Henry Gill of the Island of Jersey, and Mary Ann Isabella MALTBY wife of Alfred Maltby artist London, England. Edward Bradley had land at Narracoorte and over the border in Victoria. The family wanted the land to be sold and the money to be sent back to England, after expenses had been deducted Application 16835

BRADLEY, Elisha farmer Pt Elliot 1865 Application 6508

BRADLEY, F undertaker O'Connell St, North Adelaide 1910 Application 26213

BRADLEY, Frederick auctioneer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1886 Memorial 136/380

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BRADLEY, George builder Adelaide 1887 Memorial 174/387

BRADLEY, George builder North Adelaide 1892, died 24/9/1895 Memorials 196 & 236/437

No 1

BRADLEY, Henry miner Kapunda 1860 Memorial 209/170

BRADLEY, Henry formerly miner Kapunda 1860 but now smelter Wallaroo 1877 Application 16524

No 1

BRADLEY, Isaac sawyer Clarendon 1857 Memorial 339/122

BRADLEY, Isaac farmer Clarendon 1892 Application 22329

BRADLEY, Isaac farmer Clarendon 1894 Memorial 30/421

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BRADLEY, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 375/56

BRADLEY, James labourer Adelaide Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 4 County Newcastle

BRADLEY, James Richard currier Hindmarsh 1895 Application 23377

No 1

BRADLEY, John bootmaker Adelaide 1884 Memorial 122/358

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BRADLEY, John mason Mitcham 1889 Memorial 2/444

BRADLEY, John builder Mitcham. Trustee of the Baptist Chapel near the Government Farm 1909 Memorial 221/461

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BRADLEY, Joseph bricklayer Adelaide (Stafford St) 1866 Memorial 194/215

BRADLEY, Joseph bricklayer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 69/304

No 1

BRADLEY, Joseph Spratt innkeeper Clare, died 18//7/1866 intestate. He left his widow, Elizabeth Bradley and his only surviving son, Edgar Joseph Bradley, his heir at law. (A daughter, Alice Annie Bradley 24 Unley married Alfred Ernest Basleigh Ford accountant Carrington St, Adelaide, Father: Edward Ford, on 23/2/1888 St Paul's Pulteney St) Elizabeth Bradley 35 widow Clare (Father: George KING) remarried to William Edward Ford 31 draper Clare (Father: Edward Ford) on 24/10/1868 private house Hindmarsh. Minister: Thomas PORTER. Witnesses: GT EARDLEY currier Brompton and A Eardley of Brompton. Elizabeth Ford wife of William Edward Ford hotelkeeper Unley Park, died 30/3/1894, of 18 months' diabetes mellitis and 6 days' peritonitis, aged 59  Application 26835

BRADLEY, Joseph Spratt innkeeper Clare, died 18/7/1866 intestate. By 1886, his widow, Elizabeth Bradley, had remarried to William Edward FORD hotel proprietor York Hotel, Adelaide. JS Bradley's only son and heir at law, Edgar Joseph Bradley, was a clerk in HM civil service Adelaide. His sisters, Alice Annie Bradley and Clara Elizabeth Bradley were spinsters of Fullarton Memorial 170/378

BRADLEY, Joseph Spratt builder Clare 26 Father: John Bradley married Elizabeth STACEY 29 widow Clare Father; George KING on 12/6/1861 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. JS Bradley licensed victualler Clare died 18/7/1866, of enteritis, aged 32. Four children of the marriage - Edgar Joseph Bradley (born 29/5/1865 Clare) his heir at law, Alice Annie Bradley, Clara Elizabeth Bradley and Samuel Bradley (died 1866 unmarried and an infant before his father). Elizabeth Bradley nee Stacey remarried to William Edward FORD, who by 1886 was the proprietor of the York Hotel in Adelaide. By 1924, Edgar Joseph Bradley was a civil servant of Unley Application 27244

BRADLEY, Joseph Spratt family in 1891 - Edgar Joseph Bradley of HM civil service Adelaide, Elizabeth FORD wife of William Edward Ford hotel proprietor Adelaide, Alice Annie Ford wife of ? Ford clerk Malvern and Clara Elizabeth Bradley spinster Northgate St, Unley Memorial 131/423

BRADLEY family - Alice Annie FORD nee Bradley wife of Alfred Ernest Basleigh Ford clerk Malvern, and Clara Elizabeth Bradley spinster Northgate St, Unley Park 1896 Memorial 161/429

No 1

BRADLEY, Samuel dealer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 247/49

No 2

BRADLEY, Samuel farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 229/90

No 3

BRADLEY, Samuel licensed victualler Gawler 1872[-1875] Memorial 140/263, Application 13687

BRADLEY, Samuel auctioneer Gawler 1876 Memorial 182/290

BRADLEY, Samuel auctioneer Gawler 1876 Application 15112

No 4

BRADLEY, Samuel farmer Pewsey Vale, died 21/12/1869 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Ann Bradley, now Mary Ann SLATER wife of John Slater farmer Crafers 1882 Application 19481

BRADLEY, Samuel farmer Pewsey Vale, died before late 1882 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Ann Bradley, who by late 1882 had remarried to John SLATER of Crafers Memorial 37/345

No 5

BRADLEY, Samuel carter Kilkenny 1878 Application 16802.

BRADLEY, Samuel gentleman Beverley 1893 Application 23605

BRADLEY, Stephen builder Norwood and Sarah Bradley his wife 1881 Application 18626

BRADLEY, Walter market gardener Upper Sturt 1884 Application 20235

No 1

BRADLEY, William carrier Bowden 1853[-1859] Memorial 49/56

BRADLEY, William carrier Brompton 1855[-1887] Memorial 217/84, Application 3607, Application 5577

BRADLEY, William farmer Brompton Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 1 County Gawler

BRADLEY, William carrier Brompton Hundred of Alma land grant 1862 Grant Book 26 Page 1 County Gawler

BRADLEY, William carrier Brompton. Member of the Second Economic Land and Building Society 1866 Memorial 205/217

BRADLEY, William, William TRELEAVEN, George CRITTENDEN, Nicholas TRELEAVEN, Thomas Udy TRELEAVEN, and Jonathan COCK trading together in Adelaide and elsewhere in SA as railway and general carriers and port agents under the firm and style of Bradley, Treleaven & Co 1871 Memorial 22/251

BRADLEY, William, William TRELEAVEN, George CRITTENDEN, Nicholas TRELEAVEN, Thomas Udy TRELEAVEN, and Jonathan COCK trading together in Adelaide and elsewhere in SA as railway and general carriers and port agents under the firm and style of Bradley, Treleaven & Co amalgamated with William Martin LETCHFORD, George MILLS and James ROFE trading under the firm and stye of Letchford, Mills & Rofe, to become the SA Carrying Company Ltd as from 1/7/1873 Memorial 146/268

BRADLEY, William gentleman Brompton 1877[-1879] Memorial 244/304

BRADLEY, William carrier Brompton 1893. He had been living in the neighbourhood since c1850 Application 22540

BRADLEY, William carrier Ridlington near Hindmarsh 1898 Application 23700

No 2

BRADLEY, William farmer Hindmarsh 1857 Co Gawler land grant Memorial 248/121

No 3

BRADLEY, William shoemaker Stirling 1863 Application 4249.

BRADLY, Edward F ironworker Kooringa 1884 Memorial 195/361

No 1

BRADOCK, Joseph farmer Palmer near Quorn Stephenson (Hundred of Palmer) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 96 County Newcastle

BRADOCK, Joseph now of the Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1881 Memorial 179/331

BRADSHAW, James C storeman Kingston 1868 Memorial 169/230

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BRADSHAW, John blacksmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 267/42.

BRADSHAW, John blacksmith Virginia 1860 Application 1523

BRADSHAW, John blacksmith Virginia 1865[-1867] Memorial 73/206

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

BRADSHAW, John farmer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 87/75

BRADSHAW, John farmer Burton Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 384/94

No 1

BRADSHAW, Robert Fletcher Esquire Adelaide and Sarah Anne Bradshaw his wife 1840[-1842] Memorial 493/75

BRADSHAW, Robert Fletcher gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 67/69

BRADSHAW, SA of Oliventhal near Blumberg 1873 Memorial 246/265

BRADSHAW, SJ storekeeper Narracoorte 1867 Memorial 78/223

No 1

BRADSHAW, Thomas farmer Darley [on the Torrens]1855 Memorial 414/93

BRADSHAW, Thomas labourer Campbelltown 1864 Application 27092

BRADSHAW, Louisa widow Campbelltow 1909, relict of the late Thomas Bradshaw gardener Campbelltown, who died 1885 Application 25712

No 1

BRADSHAW, William baker Adelaide 1838 Licensed victualler Adelaide 1846 Application 25014

BRADSHAW, William farmer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 107/3

later Glenelg 1843 Memorial 229/3

BRADSHAW, William formerly publican Adelaide and then Brighton but now baker Adelaide 1845 Memorial 211/5

BRADSHAW, William licensed victualler North St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 339/14

BRADSHAW, William yeoman Hilton father of WB Bradshaw 1851 Memorial 195/30

BRADSHAW, William yeoman formerly of Hilton but now of the province of Victoria 1855[-1856] Memorial 148/80

BRADSHAW, William formerly of Hilton but now of Vic, power of attorney to Henry Walker PARKER Esquire Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and finalise his business dealings 25/11/1851 Application 25438

No 2

BRADSHAW, William labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 21615

BRADSHAW, William labourer Salisbury likely to have lived in Islington before 1849 Memorial 423/17

BRADSHAW, William farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 213/63

BRADSHAW, William farmer Light River 1858[-1861] Memorial 15/139

BRADSHAW, William the Elder of the Hundred of Belvidere, father of William Bradshaw the Younger, Charles Bradshaw and George Bradshaw 1869 Memorial 72/253

BRADSHAW, William out of business Allen Creek near Kapunda 1872 Memorial 7/259

BRADSHAW, William farmer Hamilton Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168a County Fergusson

No 1

BRADSHAW, William of Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1885 Grant Book 7 Page 13 County Buckingham

BRADSHAW, William Foster farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1895 Grant Book 7 Page 18 County Buckingham

BRADSHAW, William and William Foster Bradshaw linked with Sections 271 and 318 Hundred of Tatiara Co Buckingham 1891 Memorial 231/410

BRADSHAW, William Burrows storekeeper North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 438/13

Baker Hammersmith 1850 Memorial 233/27

Baker Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 463/28

Baker formerly of Morphett Vale but now of the Black Forest 1851 Memorial 195/30

BRADSHAW, William Henry farm labourer Condowie Plains Hundred of Barunga land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 479 County Daly

BRADSHAW, William R wood dresser Brompton Park 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

BRADTKE, Carl Adolph Emanuel farmer Wilhelms Ruh Parrot Hill near Angaston 1871 Memorial 14/255

No 1

BRADTKE, Ernst teamster Tanunda 1855 Memorial 82/116

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

BRADTKE, Ernst farmer near Auburn 1861 Memorial 439/179

BRADTKE, Ernst farmer Spring Gully 1868 Memorial 86/248

BRADTKE, Ernst farmer Spring Gully [near Clare] Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1875 Grant Book 13 Page 71 County Dalhousie

BRADTKE, Ernst farmer Mannanarie 1878[-1888] Grant Book 13 Page 76 County Dalhousie

No 1

BRADTKE, Wilhelm farmer Tanunda 1850[-1857] Memorial 101/26

BRADTKE, Wilhelm yeoman Wilhelms Ruh Parrot Hill near Angaston 1871 Memorial 14/255

BRADTKE, Wilhelm Gustav farmer Yongala. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1902 Grant Book 13 Page 86 County Dalhousie

BRADWELL, Edward town clerk Pt Adelaide 1924 Application 27186

BRADWELL, Thomas HM Customs officer Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18936

BRADY, Andrew farmer Hundred of Bendleby Co Granville 1885 Memorial 40/370

No 1

BRADY, Anthony of Willunga 1860 Memorial 330/161

BRADY, Anthony labourer The Meadows 1861 Application 2302

No 1 - probably the same person

BRADY, Arthur farmer Gawler Plains 1852[-1855] Memorial 276/44

BRADY, Arthur farmer Salisbury 1855[-1856] Memorial 242/89

BRADY, Arthur farmer Greenock Creek 1861 Memorial 342/176

BRADY, Arthur farmer Salisbury. Was he a brother to Mrs Michael KELLY nee Emilia Brady 1865 Applications 6633 & 7438.

BRADY, Arthur farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains 1852 but now of Salisbury 1866 Application 7495

No 1

BRADY, Bernard farmer Gawler Plains linked with Ellen Brady widow Gawler Plains 1867 Memorial 38/245

BRADY, Bernard farmer Virginia linked with Ellen Brady widow Virginia 1883[-1886] Memorial 1/350

No 1

BRADY, Daniel farmer Dry Creek 1845 Memorial 251/5

BRADY, Daniel farmer Dry Creek and Rose Brady his wife 1848 Memorial 439/12

Farmer [formerly of Dry Creek but now of] Para Plains 1848[-1855] Memorial 492/11

Farmer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 97/68

BRADY, Daniel farmer Para Plains. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 218 County Adelaide

BRADY, Daniel farmer formerly of the Para Plains but now of Farrell Flat 1859 Father of Michael Brady farmer Virginia Memorial 326/148

BRADY, Daniel farmer Kilmore Farm near Mintaro 1862 Application 3708

BRADY, Daniel farmer Kilmore near Mintaro 1863 Application 4343

BRADY, Daniel farmer Farrell Flat 1864 Memorial 325/196

BRADY, Daniel famer formerly of Gawler Plains but now of Farrell Flat near Mintaro 1865 Memorial 345/204

BRADY, Daniel farmer Kilmore near Mintaro Hundred of Stanley land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 163 County Stanley

BRADY, Daniel farmer formerly of Dry Creek but now of Mintaro 1870 Application 10980

BRADY, Daniel farmer Mintaro linked with John Brady yeoman Virginia 1860 Memorial 341/162

BRADY, Daniel farmer Mintaro 1863 Memorial 22/297

BRADY, Daniel sheepfarmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Cameron land grants 1874[-1881] Grant Book 14 Page 436 County Daly

BRADY, Daniel Thomas (sometimes called Michael Brady) farmer Mintaro 1874 Memorial 25/286

BRADY, Henry gardener Marden 1862 Memorial 293/183

BRADY, Hubert farmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Cameron land grants 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 444 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRADY, James farmer Bugle Ranges 1856 Memorial 68/103

BRADY, James farmer near Callington 1864 Application 5079

BRADY, James of Callington 1873 Memorial 137/266

No 2

BRADY, James farmer Kangaroo Flat near Gawler 1884 Memorial 123/357

No 3

BRADY, James sheepfarmer Mt Bryan East 1934 Memorial 36/508

BRADY, James John linked with Section 182 Hundred of Bundey 1885 Memorial 40/370

No 1

BRADY, John of Mintaro, eldest son of Peter Brady farmer Mintaro 1853 Memorial 159/46

BRADY, John farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Anne land grant 1866 Grant Book 60 Page 13 County Victoria

BRADY, John farmer formerly of Mintaro but now of Red Hut 1877 Memorial 242/442, Application 24222

BRADY, John teamster Booborowie Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 55 County Victoria

BRADY, John formerly farmer Mintaro 1853 but now sheep farmer Streaky Bay 1868. He was the eldest son of Peter Brady farmer Mintaro Application 9587

No 2

BRADY, John clerk to Messrs BOUCAUT & WREN solicitors Adelaide 1861[-1862] Memorial 322/171

Possibly linked with Thomas Brady farmer Dry Creek 1862 Memorial 38/182

BRADY, John solicitor Adelaide perhaps linked with Thomas Brady farmer Dry Creek 1865 Memorial 150/202

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

BRADY, John solicitor Kapunda 1866[-1867] Memorial 188/210

BRADY, John solicitor Kapunda, became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 22/247

No 4

BRADY, John labourer Belair 1877 Memorial 94/298

BRADY, Maria married woman Kapunda formerly Maria DAW 1909 Memorial 244/461

No 1

BRADY, Michael farmer Dry Creek 1845 Memorial 251/5

Farmer Munno Para 1851 Enrolment 50/23

BRADY, Michael farmer Munno Para 1851[-1854] Memorial 145/36.

BRADY, Michael farmer Virginia now deceased, father of Michael Ignatius Brady an infant under the age of 21 years 1870 Memorial 42/249

BRADY, Michael farmer Virginia, died c1859. His personal household estate to his wife, Ellen Brady absolutely. The rest of his estate in trust for his wife to use for life, then to his children absolutely in remainder expectant after they turn 21 or the daughters marry. Michael Brady's brother, Thomas Brady farmer Dry Creek, executor with Fr Michael RYAN RC priest Adelaide. If no Brady descendants, the estate to go to the testator's brothers, Peter, Thomas, John, Philip and Patrick Brady, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Enrolment 76/39.

BRADY, Michael farmer Gawler Plains, died c1860s. His sons, Daniel Thomas Brady and Michael Patrick Brady to share equally from the sale of the real estate, after £100 had been taken to divide equally between their sisters Ellen KELLEY nee Brady and Margaret Brady. Michael FEELY of Crystal Brook and Thomas BRADY of Balaklava nominated as executors, but both declined to act. Following Michael Brady's death, his son, Daniel Thomas Brady, took out a mortgage from the Deutscher Club, Adelaide, in his late father's name, pretending that he was still alive. The mortgage was not repaid, but the Deutscher Club could not sell the land when it found out about the forgery. Much legal wrangling before the land could be sold and the matter fixed. Carl George BALK merchant Adelaide bought the property for £550. TS UNDERDOWN farmer Peachey Belt was the tenant - pt Section 3239 Hundred of Munno Para Application 14685

BRADY, Michael farmer Virginia died 5/4/1859. His widow, Ellen Maria Brady, died 20/5/1864, of tumour of the uterus, aged 24. The Bradys had one son, Michael Ignatius Brady, who went into the care of his grandfather, Ignatius O'SULLIVAN of Morphett Vale, when his parents died. MI BRADY late farmer Virginia but now publican Adelaide 1881 Application 18358

BRADY, Michael Ignatius an infant under the age of 21 grandson of Ignatius O'SULLIVAN farmer Morphett Vale 1869 Equity Act 2/1

BRADY, Michael Patrick farmer Gawler Plains linked with Patrick KELLY farmer Mintaro and Ellen Kelly his wife formerly Ellen Brady. Probably from the family of the late Michael Brady farmer Gawler Plains now deceased 1875 Memorial 26/286

No 2

BRADY, Michael farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 29/38.

BRADY, Michael farmer Peachey Belt, died 10/6/1862. His widow, Ellen Brady, of Peachey Belt, died 6/2/1888, of morbus cordis, aged 75. Parents of Bernard Brady farmer Peachey Belt Application 21697

BRADY, Michael Patrick farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 14 County Kimberley

No 1

BRADY, Peter farmer Salisbury 1851 Memorial 42/31 Farmer Para Plains 1851[-1854] Memorial 43/31

BRADY, Peter farmer Para Plains son of Daniel Brady farmer Para Plains 1853 Memorial 389/55

BRADY, Peter farmer Peachey Belt 1855[-1862] Memorial 116/82

BRADY, Patrick Joseph farmer Barabba Co Gawler. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 48 County Chandos

No 2

BRADY, Peter farmer Para Plains 1851 Memorial 405/44

BRADY, Peter farmer Mintaro 1853[-1854] Enrolment39/38

BRADY, Peter farmer Mintaro 1855[-1862] Memorial 113/90

BRADY, Peter farmer Mintaro 1870 Application 11077

BRADY, Peter farmer Mintaro and his wife, Bridget Brady, had a son, John Brady the Younger, born 28/11/1848, at Graunaghnagee, Ireland. His parents bought land in trust for him at Mintaro in 1853. By 1868, John Brady the Younger was a sheep farmer at Streaky Bay. Application 9587

No 3

BRADY, Peter farmer Salisbury 1873, son of Michael Brady farmer Gawler Plains 1851 [Probably the same address]. Michael Brady had died by 1873 Application 12728

BRADY, Robert commercial traveller Woodville 1901 Application 28200

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRADY, Samuel accountant Adelaide 1843 Memorial 183/3

BRADY, Samuel farmer Para Banks 1849 Memorial 177/17

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRADY, Samuel Henry saddler Angaston became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 201/214

BRADY, Samuel Henry saddler Aberdeen 1876 Memorial 103/288

No 1

BRADY, Thomas farmer Para Plains 1855[-1857] Memorial 315/116

BRADY, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1863 Memorial 191/189

BRADY, Thomas farmer [formerly of the Para Plains but now of] Dry Creek 1869 Memorial 84/243

BRADY, Thomas farmer formerly of the Para Plains 1855 but now of Dry Creek 1873, son of Daniel Brady farmer Little Para 1855 Application 13048

No 2

BRADY, Thomas yeoman Adelaide (Wright St) 1856 Memorial 189/109

No 3

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

BRADY, William Herbert Town Clerk of the Corporation of Thebarton 15 Dew St, Mile End 1945 Application 28419

BRAENDLER, Augustus Guido farmer near Hahndorf. Trustee St Paul Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1899[-1905] Application 28657

BRAENDLER, Christoph Gottlob farmer Mt Barker. Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

No 1

BRAENDLER, Johann Joseph farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

BRAENDLER, Johann Joseph farmer Balhannah Co Adelaide. Hundred of Monarto land grant (Section 470) 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 145 County Sturt

BRAENDLER, Paul farmer Monarto 1877[-1884] Memorial 222/298

No 1

BRAGG, James yeoman Mitcham 1848[-1879] Memorial 65/13

BRAGG, James carpenter Mitcham, died 20/2/1884. His friend, Charles Burton HARDY solicitor Adelaide, was one of his executors. CB Hardy lived on and off in Mitcham between 1850-1885 Application 23216

No 1

BRAHAM, Henry labourer Pt Lincoln 1901 Memorial 188/444

BRAHAM, Henry labourer formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Adelaide 1902 Memorial 246/445

BRAHAM, Henry labourer formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Adelaide 1924 Application 27299

BRAHAM, Henry Ash butcher Pt Lincoln 1904 Application 24720

BRAID, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 14/219

BRAID, John no description lived in Exeter between 1870 and his death in 1873. His widow, Harriet Braid, continued to live at that address until she remarried 11/3/1876 to August Albert Hermann GOTTING licensed victualler Pt Adelaide. She went to live at the Port and leased her previous home to various tenants. After Harriet Gotting died c1903, her son, William Henry Braid labourer formerly of Quorn but now of Teakle St, Davieston, Exeter 1908 lived there Application 25484

BRAID, Harriott widow Davies Town Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 relict of the late John Braid formerly labourer Pt Adelaide 1867 then master mariner Davies Town Application 15115

No 1

BRAILEY, Henry James accountant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 37/411

BRAILEY, Henry James bookkeeper Weller St, Goodwood 1899 Application 23839

BRAILEY, Henry James bookkeeper formerly of Weller St, Goodwood but now of Millswood 1918 Memorial 112/476

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BRAILEY, William Henry carpenter Adelaide 1859 Memorial 154/153

BRAILEY, William carpenter Adelaide (Grove St) 1876 Memorial 249/289

BRAIN, Aaron labourer Alberton 1841[-1842] Memorial 54/434

No 1 - Edward Rider Brain

BRAIN, Edward mason Bowden 1851[-1853] Memorial 4/34.

BRAIN, Lucy widow North Adelaide 1876. Relict of the late Edward Rider Brain mason formerly of Bowden 1851 who died 7/8/1869 Auckland New Zealand intestate. He had left his wife and only child without any means for support when he deserted them some time beforehand. Their son, Edwin Henry Brain, born 31/5/1840, was a storekeeper at Wistow in 1876. Mrs Brain, born a Miss BAKER, had another son, Albert Henry LANDSEER of Milang, from her first husband. AH Landseer bought the Brain's Bowden allotments in 1858 to help his mother out of her financial difficulties Application 15490

No 1

BRAIN, Edwin Henry farmer Baker Range Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 132 County Robe

BRAIN, Edwin Henry storekeeper Wistow 1884 Memorial 155/362

BRAIN, Edwin Henry storekeeper formerly of Wistow but now of Kent Town 1899 Memorial 237/438

BRAIN, Emma widow Salisbury 1880 Application 18235

BRAIN, George and John Brain farmers Skillogolee Creek 1903 Memorial 146/448

No 1

BRAIN, George Masters and John farmers Leasingham 1865 Memorial 6/205

BRAIN, George Masters farmer Skillogolee Creek near Leasingham eldest son and heir at law of the late Malachai Brain formerly farmer Skillogolee Creek now deceased 1868[-1869] Memorials 15/229 & 206/236

BRAIN, George Masters farmer Hoyleton 1872 Application 12417

BRAIN, George Masters farmer Hoyleton 1872 Memorial 56/259

BRAIN, George Masters wheatbuyer Hoyleton linked with John Brain farmer Leasingham 1874 Memorial 176/273

BRAIN, George Masters auctioneer formerly of Skillogolee Creek but now of Melbourne Vic 1876 Memorial 130/289

BRAIN George Masters and John farmers Leasingham 1882 Application 19252

No 1

BRAIN, John farmer formerly of Skillogolee Creek but now of Hoyle Plains 1876 Memorial 130/289

BRAIN, John farmer formerly of Skillogolee Creek but now of Quorn 1903 Memorial 206/448

BRAIN, Louisa widow Auburn 1866[-1867] Memorial 71/211

No 1

BRAIN, Malachai tailor Upper Sturt 1847 Memorial 147/10

Tailor Newelte Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1851 Memorial 118/43

Dairyman Section 350 near Skillogolee Creek 1853 Memorial 150/49

Tailor Norwood 1856 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 19/112

BRAIN, Malachai stockholder Skillogolee Creek 1856[-1864] Memorial 73/97

BRAIN, Malachi farmer Skillogolee Creek Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1862 Grant Book 56 Page 128 County Stanley

BRAIN, Malachi formerly tailor Norwood but now farmer Skillogolee Creek 1903 Memorial 146/448

No 1

BRAIN, Moses engine driver Salisbury 1859 Memorial 189/155

BRAIN, Moses engine driver Salisbury, died 7/12/1879. He left his entire estate in trust for his wife, Emma Brain, for her lifetime, with a guarantee of £1 a week income, then absolutely to his nieces, Ann HUTTON wife of Ephraim Hutton miner Clay Cross, Co Derby, England and Grace Hutton, wife of John Hutton miner of the same place. If one or both of the nieces were not alive when Mrs Brain died, the estate to go to the treasurer of the Worn Out Ministers' Fund of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in SA 1880 Memorials 59 & 231/326

BRAIN, Thomas Henry traveller Adelaide 50 bachelor traveller Adelaide (Father: Thomas Brain) married 15/5/1895 bride's father's house Augusta St, Glenelg, Sarah Elizabeth JONES 44 spinster Glenelg (Father; Andrew Pooke Jones). Witnesses: Andrew Pooke Jones ironfounder Glenelg and Sara MONRO of College Park Memorial 151/435

BRAITHWAITE, Joseph Bevan director Adelaide Electric Supply Co (Finsbury Pavement House, London, Middlesex, England) 1913 Memorial 120/468

BRAITHWAITE, Joseph George Atkinson Esquire Adelaide 1849 Memorial 455/18 Builder Adelaide 1850 Memorial 431/22

BRAITHWAITE, Thomas Primitive Methodist Minister Strathalbyn 1874 Application 13601

BRAKE, Alfred Waldon fireman Milang 1908 Application 25410

No 1

BRAKENRIDGE, Andrew farmerKillownan Hundred of Onkaparinga purchased the German Arms Hotel at Lobethal (Lot 6a Section 5125 Hundred of Onkaparinga - two and a quarter acres) for £80 from William ANDERSON licensed victualler Woodside 1851 Memorial 56/29

BRAKENRIDGE, Andrew farmer formerly of Killownan but now of Mt Barker and Margaret Brakenridge nee Margaret MCINTYRE his wife 1853. Mrs Brakenridge had links with John McIntyre farmer Balhannah Memorial 425/47

BRAKENRIDGE, Andrew farmer Killownan near Charleston 1858 Memorial 60/143

BRAKENRIDGE, Andrew and Thomas farmers Mt Torrens 1850 Memorial 117/45

BRAKENRIDGE, Andrew and Thomas gentlemen Fairview Gilbert River 1861 Memorial 82/224

BRAKENRIDGE, Andrew and John of Pt Pirie 1875 Memorial 18/281

BRAKENRIDGE, Andrew and John storekeepers Pt Pirie, became bankrupts in 1875 Memorial 38/284

No 1

BRAKENRIDGE, Thomas yeoman Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 435/46

BRAKENRIDGE, Thomas merchant Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 105/122

BRAKENRIDGE, Thomas storekeeper Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 59/147

BRAKENRIDGE, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1865 Memorial 84/202

BRAKENRIDGE, Thomas storekeeper Meningie Meningie (Hundred of Bonney) township allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 53 Page 131 County Russell

BRAKENRIDGE, Thomas storekeeper Milang 1869 Memorial 159/244

BRAKENRIDGE, Thomas ship owner Milang 1873 Memorial 172/266

BRAKENRIDGE, Thomas agent Milang 1876 Memorial 116/293

BRAKENRIDGE, Thomas agent formerly of Milang but now of Pt Elliot 1877 Memorial 31/298, Application 16041

BRAKENRIDGE, Mary widow of Thomas Brakenridge gentleman Pt Elliot 1902 Application 24479

BRAKENWAGEN, Carl August Heinrich cabinetmaker Kent Town 1865 Application 6506

BRALLA, Clement of Beltana had an interest in a mineral claim near GILL's Bluff 1884 Memorial 197/335

BRAMFITT, Thomas labourer Adelaide (South Tce) 1852 Memorial 313/45

BRAMLEY, John farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 63 County Fergusson

BRAMLEY, Robert farmer near Edithburgh Hundred of Melville land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 83 County Fergusson

ÅBRANAGAN, Henry farm labourer Yednalue 1891 Memorial 98/410

No 1

BRANCH, Henry farmer Stirling North 1883 Memorial 84/354

BRANCH, Henry farmer Stirling North Hundred of Davenport land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 668 County Frome

BRANCH, John gentleman Blinman Co Taunton. Cadnia East (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 65 Page 27 County Not named

BRAND, Ebenezer splitter Macclesfield 1859 Application 3658

No 1

BRAND, George licensed victualler Pt Augusta linked with Henry Brand licensed victualler Overland Corner 1876 Memorial 189/287

BRAND, George licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1879 Memorial 225/317

BRAND, George licensed victualler Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 652 County Frome

BRAND, George gentleman Adelaide Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 690 County Frome

BRAND, George gentleman Adelaide Chapmanton (Hundred of Arkaba) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 33 Page 28 County Hanson

No 2

BRAND, George out of business Crawford Lane, Hindmarsh, aged 74 in 1932, declared that he had lived in Hindmarsh for 69 years. Frederick REEVES, a son of Mrs Reeves, conducted a nursery in the 1890s in Adam St, Hindmarsh. George DENCH had a tannery nearby Application 27898

BRAND, George retired tanner Crawford Lane, Hindmarsh, aged 81 in 1939 Application 28180

No 1 - probably the same person

BRAND, Henry farmer North Rhine 1855 Memorial 345/137

BRAND, Henry licensed victualler Overland Corner 1876 Memorial 190/287

BRAND, Henry stock dealer Murray River 1877 Memorial 212/304

BRAND, Henry farmer Hundred of Anna Hundred of Anna land grant 1885 Grant Book 17 Page 141 County Eyre

No 2

BRAND, Henry leaseholder Qualco. Qualco Cemetery trustee 1906 Grant Book 3 Page 96 County Albert

BRAND, Henry farmer Qualco. Mid-Murray A & H Society trustee 1910 Grant Book 3 Page 96 County Albert

BRANDENBURG, J agent Adelaide 1867 Memorial 176/220

BRANDI, Benvenuto Louis born 3/3/1903 Victoria St, Prospect but now of 12 Edward St, Adelaide, changed his name to John FORBES 1933. Son of Louis Brandi hotelkeeper Prospect and Mary Brandi nee HOVINT 1903 Memorials 71 & 72/506

BRANDIS, Christopher manager Crystal Brook [probably to John BOWMAN stockholder Crystal Brook] 1871 Memorial 128/255

No 1

BRANDIS, George labourer East Place, Adelaide 1839 Formerly of East Place, Adelaide, but now farmer Pine Forest 1849 Application 16852

BRANDIS, George builder Pt Adelaide 1841 Application 7492

BRANDIS, George farmer Pine Forest 1842 Memorial 298/1

Late of East Place Adelaide 1849 Memorial 211/17

Farmer The Pinery North Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 213/13

Farmer Lower Mitcham [evidently a brief move] 1852 Memorial 34/46

Farmer The Pinery 1853 Memorial 107/55

Gentleman the North Road near North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 320/62

Farmer the Pine Forest near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 3/63

BRANDIS, George farmer Pine Forest 1854[-1855] Memorial 98/73

BRANDIS, George gentleman Eden Villa near Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 229/78

BRANDIS, George gardener Enfield 1860 Application 1016

BRANDIS, George farmer Enfield 1861 Application 2289

BRANDIS, George gardener Enfield 1863 Application 4531

BRANDIS, George farmer Enfield 1867 Memorial 50/219

BRANDIS, John labourer North Road 1853 Memorial 429/62

BRANDIS, Thomas Walker labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 449/30

No 1

BRANDON, Moses bootmaker Adelaide (76 Rundle St) 1854[-1861] Memorial 379/75

BRANDON, Moses importer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1867 Memorial 55/225

BRANDON, Moses boot and shoemaker Adelaide Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 29 Page 220 County MacDonnell

BRANDON, Moses bootmaker Adelaide Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 132a County Robe

No 1

BRANDON, Thomas shepherd Flaxman Valley 1850 Memorial 328/20.

BRANDON, Thomas shepherd Angaston 1851[-1854] Memorial 438/37.

BRANDON, Thomas farmer Angaston 1854[-1858] Memorial 191/90

BRANDON, Thomas farmer and carrier Angaston. He gave his name to Brandon's Mine at Spring Creek (Sections 458, 1417, 1418, 1422, 1426 Hundred of Gregory) 1861 Memorials 208/178, 240/178, 393/179

BRANDON, Thomas carrier Angaston 1861 Application 2193

BRANDON, Thomas farmer formerly of Angaston but now of Wilmington 1888 Application 21453

No 1

BRANDT, Albert Henry miner Kooringa and Catherine Brandt his wife 1903 Memorial 98/448

BRANDT, Catherine widow Kooringa relict of the late Albert Henry Brandt, died 16/10/1930 Memorial 63/504

No 1

BRANDT, Edward stockholder Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1864 Memorial 210/197

BRANDT, Edward farmer near Rochester Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grants 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 363 County Daly

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BRANDT, George licensed victualler Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1882[-1883] Grant Book 19 Page 438 County Fergusson

BRANDT, George hotelkeeper Kulpara 1883 Memorial 184/349

BRANDT, George innkeeper Adelaide 1890 Memorial 244/401

BRANDT, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Klemzig Hundred of Blanche land grant 1859 Grant Book 30 Page 51 County Grey

BRANDWOOD, Henry iron worker Unley Unley Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1892 Application 22271

No 1

BRANDWOOD, Joseph safemaker Adelaide 1880 Application 18316

BRANDWOOD, Joseph agent Adelaide and Annie Maria Brandwood his wife 1904[-1919] Memorial 127/450

BRANDWOOD, Joseph agent Adelaide and Annie Maria Brandwood his wife 1920 Application 26877

BRANELL, James labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1884 Application 20060

No 1

BRANERGHAN, James labourer Kapunda 1937 Memorial 195/510

BRANERGHAN, James railway packer Kapunda, died 29/9/1942. Husband of Beatrice Branerghan Memorial 111/518

BRANERGHAN, Beatrice widow Kapunda, died 7/9/1953. Mother of Vernon James Branerghan labourer formerly of Caliph but now of Loxton, Alvira Dorothy HEARN married woman 1 Albert St, Hilton, Gwendoline WHITE of South Tce, Kapunda. Grandmother of Elia Beatrice White Memorial 166/528

No 1

BRANFORD, Elijah bootmaker Exeter 1897[-1922] Memorial 147/432

No 2

BRANFORD, Elijah farmer Eyre Flat 1899 Memorial 107/438

BRANFORD, Ezra farmer Kangarilla 1886 Memorial 204/379

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRANFORD, James yeoman Strathalbyn 1855[-1863] Memorial 4/85, Application 4577

BRANFORD, James miller Strathalbyn 1864[-1865] Memorial 190/195

No 1

BRANFORD, John Saunders platelayer Riverton 1881 Memorial 124/330

BRANFORD, John Saunders platelayer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 298 County Victoria

BRANFORD, Samuel wheelwright Darlington on the Sturt 1896[-1926] Memorial 193/426

BRANNER, C JP retired teacher 3 Arundel Rd, Millswood 1936 Memorial 15/510

No 1

BRANNON, William tinsmith Kooringa 1851 Memorial 21/35.

BRANNON, William tinsmith formerly of Kooringa 1851 but now of elsewhere unstated 1874 Application 13980

BRANNON, William formerly of Kooringa but now out of business Ballarat Vic 1881 Memorial 217/330

BRANS, Joseph waterman Pt Adelaide 1855[-1868] Memorial 388/88

BRANSON, Alfred Charles broker Hamley Bridge 1923 Memorial 69/489

BRANSON, Charles farmer Greenock Creek 1860 Application 1382.

Probably a family link with William Branson farmer Greenock Creek 1860 Application 1383

BRANSON, Clair Hubert out of business Kapunda 1956, declared that he had been born on 25/5/1886 and had lived in Kapunda for some 30 years Application 29151

BRANSON, George James farmer Hamley Bridge 1927 Application 27436

No 1 - the Elder

BRANSON, James the Elder of Greenock, died 5/4/1872 intestate. His widow, Sarah Branson, inherited this estate and died 14/3/1892 intestate. Rebecca WEBB widow Greenock, was the only surviving child of the Bransons. The Branson children were: (1) William Branson, who married, is now deceased without children; (2) Thomas Branson now deceased who married but whose wife is also deceaseds (Charles Branson carrier Truro; James Branson labourer Railway Town near Broken Hill NSW); (3) Charles Branson now dead, whose present widow lives at Riddle's Creek Vic (John Branson labourer Hamley Bridge; William Branson, James Branson, Fanny DONNELLY and Clara Donnelly all of Riddle's Creek Vic); (4) Jeremiah Branson now deceased married his present widow Kezia Branson of Hamley Bridge (George Branson farmer Stockyard Creek; Albert Branson farmer Tarlee; David Branson farmer Hamley Bridge; Charles Branson farmer Tarlee; Walter Branson farmer Hamley Bridge; Henry Branson farmer Tarlee; Sarah WATTS married woman Tarlee; Evan DURDEN married woman Hamley Bridge); (5) James Branson the Younger now deceased whose wife is also dead (Ellen Branson spinster Greenock Creek; George Branson chaff merchant North Adelaide; Sarah MILLER married woman Rose Park; William Branson now deceased widow Sarah Branson of East Adelaide [Edward James Branson farmer Stockyard Creek; William Branson farmer Tarlee; Florence Branson spinster East Adelaide; Amy Branson spinster East Adelaide (6) Rebecca WEBB widow Greenock no children Application 26126

BRANSON, Sarah widow of the late James Branson labourer Greenock, died 14/3/1892, of senile decay, aged 92 Application 24110

No 2 - the Younger

BRANSON, James and William farmers Greenock 1865 Memorial 131/208

BRANSON, James and Jeremiah farmers Hundred of Alma 1875 Application 14436

BRANSON, James farmer Greenock 1882 Application 19315

No 1

BRANSON, Jeremiah farmer Hundred of Alma 1876 Memorial 1/294

BRANSON, Jeremiah farmer near Tarlee, died c1900 intestate. Husband of Kezia Branson. Estate worth £3,070 Memorial 166/444

BRANSON, Jeremiah farmer Section 339 Hundred of Alma near Tarlee, died 2/8/1900, of dislocation of the neck, aged 63. EJ Branson of near Tarlee was a nephew Application 26604

BRANSON, Kezia widow of the late Jeremiah Bransen of near Tarlee 1902 Application 24344

BRANSON, Jerusha widow Greenock linked with Sarah Branson mother of the late William Branson formerly farmer near Greenock now deceased; and also Jeremiah Branson farmer Hundred of Alma 1884 Memorial 65/356

BRANSON, John farmer Stockport 1881[-1883] Memorial 172/330

BRANSON, Malcolm Stanley farmer near Hamley Bridge 1936 Memorial 175/509

BRANSON, Ronald Arthur farmer McLaren Vale and Katherine Joh Branson his wife 1951 Application 28809

BRANSTROM, James G labourer Roebuck St, West Adelaide 1899 Memorial 114/449

BRANTHWAITE, George Atkinson gentleman Norwood 1851[-1853] Memorial 306/29

BRANTHWAITE, Joseph George Atkinson gentleman Norwood 1854[-1857] Memorial 126/67

BRANTHWAITE, Joseph George Atkinson gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Light land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 174 County Light

No 1

BRANTHWAITE, Thomas of Pancharpoo 1860 Memorial 51/171

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

BRANTHWAITE, Thomas Primitive Methodist Minister Tothill Creek 1862 Memorial 227/185

BRANTHWAITE, Thomas Minister of the Gospel Salisbury 1862 Memorial 147/304

BRANTHWAITE, Thomas Primitive Methodist Minister Salisbury 1863 Memorial 95/191

BRANTHWAITE, Thomas Primitive Methodist Minister Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 4/243

BRASH, John labourer Redruth 1851 Memorial 211/37.

BRASSER, Wilhelm farmer O'Halloran Hill 1853 Memorial 348/48

No 1

BRASTED, Charles tailor Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 450/34.

BRASTED, Charles farmer Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 331/78

BRASTED, Charles farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 28 County Adelaide

BRASTED, Charles farmer New Tiers. Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant 1860 Grant Book 1 Page 172 County Adelaide

BRASTED, Charles storekeeper Adelaide 1867 Memorial 137/227

BRASTED, Charles storekeeper Parkside 1866 Application 7053

BRASTED, Charles storekeeper Parkside and Margaret Brasted his wife 1871 Memorial 159/253

BRASTED, Margaret widow Parkside 1873[-1883] Memorial 37/265, Application 19639

BRATCHELL, Arthur Andrew teamster York 1912 Application 26135

BRATCHELL, Henry labourer Campbelltown 1871 Application 11310

BRATCHELL, William gardener Campbelltown 1895 Application 22959

No 1

BRAUN, Johann Carl farmer Western Branch of the Onkaparinga, died 16/6/1883. Estate worth £30, which he left to his wife Johanne Eleonore Braun for life, then to his three legitimate children (Johanne Pauline KAIN wife of Michael Kain labourer Woodside, Friedrich Carl Braun farmer near Woodside, and Auguste Wilhelmine TIDEMANN wife of Gustav Tidemann gardener Balhannah). The Brauns lived on Sections 5131/5132 Hundred of Onkaparinga, which they bought in 1858 from Thomas EDGE painter Mitcham for £170 Application 24903

BRAUN, Johanna Eleanore widow of the late Johann Carl Braun farmer Woodside, died 29/6/1904, of carcinoma ventriculi, aged 79 Application 24903

No 1

BRAUNACK, Carl Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Schönborn 1876 Application 15499

BRAUNACK, Carl Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Schönborn 1891. Linked with Carl Heinrich Wilhelm Braunack of no description 'out of natural love and affection' Application 22171

BRAUNACK, Carl Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Schönborn near Tanunda 1892 Application 22199

BRAUNACK, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Schönborn, died 1873. He left his estate according to instructions in his will, to his wife, Beate Braunack nee HOFFMANN, his eldest son, Carl Heinrich Wilhelm Braunack proprietor Schönborn, second son Gustav Braunack at Bade vorm Walde Düsseldorf Kingdom of Prussia, and youngest son Herman Braunack proprietor 'Sanc Kitts Krieg' near Stockwell; eldest daughter Juliane MÜLLER/MUELLER at Blumberg and youngest daughter Auguste FROMM of Schönborn [the two daughters after the eldest son] Memorial 166/269

BRAUNACK, Gotthilf Hermann farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1857 Memorial 98/127

BRAUNACK, Heinrich Gustav Hermann farmer near Tanunda 1892 Application 22199

BRAUNACK, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer pt Section 749 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 315/62

No 1 - probably the same person

BRAUNACK, Hermann Gotthelf farmer Bethel near Kapunda 1927 Application 27590

BRAUNACK, Hermann Gotthilf poultry farmer Kapunda, died 1/5/1935 intestate. By September 1935, his widow, Maria Caroline Braunack, was living at 38 Danby St, Torrensville. The estate worth £188. His descendants in 1937 included Hildegard THOMAS married woman Curramulka, Hertha Braunack and Gertrude Braunack spinsters Torrensville, and Reinhold Hermann Arthur Braunack labourer Kapunda Application 28064

BRAUND, Cyril Arscott baker Pt Victoria linked with Harold Edwin Braund, William Gaylard Braund, and Edwin Arnold Braund storekeepers Edithburgh 1940 Memorial 96/514

BRAUND, GC accountant Commercial Union Insurance Co, King William St, Adelaide 1915 Application 26443

No 1 - probably the same person

BRAUND, James farmer near Virginia 1861 Application 2322

BRAUND, James gentleman Prospect 1874 Memorial 20/333

BRAUND, James gentleman formerly of Walkerville but now of Black Torrington near Highhampton, Devon, England linked with Samuel Braund gentleman Prospect 1878 Memorial 46/313

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRAUND, James Edward gentleman Kingston S-E 1885 Memorial 124/371

BRAUND, JE bank manager Laura 1896 Memorial 110/428

BRAUND, John William Samuel gentleman Prospect 1874 Memorial 20/333

BRAUND, Michael farmer Pt Gawler 1863 Application 4179

No 1

BRAUND, Samuel farmer Devonshire Farm Pt Gawler Hundred of Grace land grant 1863[-1866] Grant Book 27 Page 30 County Gawler

BRAUND, Samuel farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Memorial 167/216

BRAUND, Samuel farmer Devonshire Farm Pt Gawler 1868 Memorial 232/231

BRAUND, Samuel Esquire Walkerville 1869 Application 10196

BRAUND, Samuel landowner Prospect 1874[-1894] Memorial 130/275

BRAUND, Samuel gentleman Prospect 1883 Application 19870

BRAUND, Samuel Prospect Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1900 Application 24041

BRAUND, Samuel gentleman Devon House, Prospect, died 2/12/1912. Father of George Charles Braund accountant Prospect and Lavinia Braund spinster Prospect 1913 Memorial 80/469

BRAUND, Samuel gentleman Devon House, Prospect, died 2/12/1912. His family included George Charles Braund accountant Prospect and Lavinia Braund spinster formerly of Prospect now of parts beyond the seas 1916 Application 26537

BRAUND, Samuel gentleman Devon House, Prospect, died 2/12/1912. He left an estate of £33,300. His home, Devon House (CT 157/36), to his son, George Charles Braund. Another house to his daughter, Lavinia Braund. All children to share in an equal division of the income of the estate every half year for 7 years; then the estate to be sold and the proceeds divided absolutely - Frederick William Braund, Alfred Ernest Braund, George Charles Braund, Louisa LANGMAN, Lavinia Braund and Emily HUSSEY. The children of his son, James Edward Braund, to take £200 each of his share of the estate and he would receive the remainder 1926 Application 27476

No 1

BRAUND, William Sim merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1855 Memorial 268/87

BRAUND, William Sim merchant Callanna Far North of SA 1863 Memorial 346/188

No 1 - possibly the same person

BRAUNE, Carl Adolph warehouseman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 77/59

BRAUNE, Johann Carl Adolph farmer Lobethal 1856[-1858] Memorial 58/97

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BRAUNE, Charles farmer Tea Tree Gully 1902 Memorial 185/445, Application 24442

BRAUSCH, Franz Bruno Edmund shipping manager Swan St, Semaphore changed his name to Edmund BRUCE 1916. Born 26/2/1886 55 John St, Woollahra in NSW Memorial 102/474

BRAY, Albert Henry and Samuel Christophers Bray farmers Clare 1902 Memorial 33/447

No 1

BRAY, Alexander farmer Clare 1859 Memorial 319/152

BRAY, Alexander farmer District of Clare 1862 Application 3250

No 1

BRAY, Ambrose 38 miner Kapunda married Lydia MARTIN 35 formerly CHRISTOPHER on 29/11/1856 Alexander THOMAS home at Victoria near Kapunda. A Susanna THOMAS witnessed the register with Alexander Thomas Application 10234

BRAY, Ambrose miner Kapunda and his wife, Lydia Bray formerly Lydia MARTIN widow 1858[-1859] Memorial 38/147

BRAY, Ambrose farmer Kapunda 1858[-1860] Memorial 11/144

BRAY, Ambrose of Kapunda and Lydia Bray his wife 1869 formerly Lydia MARTIN widow Kapunda 1855 Application 10234

BRAY, Catherine widow Hundred of Onkaparinga 1857[-1862] Memorial 310/114

No 1

BRAY, Cecil T articled clerk Adelaide 1897 Memorial 64/433

BRAY, Cecil T solicitor Adelaide 1903 Memorial 207/449

BRAY, E Kate JP nursing sister Royal Adelaide Hospital 1945 Memorial 71/522

BRAY, Frederick farmer Hutt River Special Survey 1859 Memorial 137/155

No 1

BRAY, Frederick William Bloomfield and Thomas Bray farmers Hundred of Barunga 1887 Memorial 135/384

BRAY, Frederick William Bloomfield of Barunga 1888 Memorial 24/394

No 1

BRAY, Harry W licensed land broker Alberton 1922 Memorial 114/487

BRAY, Harry William licensed land broker Alberton 1929 Application 27201

BRAY, Harry William licensed land broker Company Square, Alberton, aged 64 years old in 1948 Application 28623

No 1

BRAY, Henry labourer Goolwa 1857 Memorial 75/126

BRAY, Henry labourer Goolwa 1869 Application 10366

No 1

BRAY, Henry Basil grocer Brompton 1877 Memorial 102/301

BRAY, Henry Basil grocer Adelaide (Leigh St) 1878[-1881] Memorial 4/310

BRAY, Henry Basil gentleman Brompton and Charlotte Bray his wife 1881 Application 18496

BRAY, Horace Turner gardener Campbelltown 1912 Application 26139

BRAY, James gardener Gawler River 1890 Gawler Wesleyan Church trustee Application 21938

BRAY, Jesse butcher New Hamburgh 1889 Memorial 246/398

No 1

BRAY, John gentleman North Adelaide 1839 Application 22917

BRAY, John publican The Glenelg Hotel Glenelg 1851 Memorial 52/33

BRAY, John licensed victualler The Grace Darling Hotel Brighton 1853[-1854] Memorial 42/56

BRAY, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Rundle St) 1855 Memorial 391/81

BRAY, John gentleman Norwood 1861 Memorial 63/176

BRAY, John gentleman Broadstairs, Isle of Thanet, Kent, England one of the executors of the will of the late John HORNABROOK deceased 1863 Memorial 13/191

BRAY, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1864[-1865] Memorial 200/195

BRAY, Ann widow Norwood 1868 relict of the late John Bray who died 1/3/1868 Memorial 5/236

BRAY, Anna widow Norwood 1871 relict of the late John Bray formerly licensed victualler Adelaide 1857 Application 11698

BRAY, Ann widow [formerly of Norwood but now of] Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1868 Memorial 173/233

BRAY, Ann widow Adelaide 1875 Memorial 78/282

No 2

BRAY, John Skillogolee Creek 1851 Memorial 124/33

BRAY, John miner Mintaro 1853[-1854] Memorial 489/59

BRAY, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1853 Memorial 321/46

BRAY, John farmer formerly of the Upper Wakefield but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 385/72

BRAY, John of Adelaide, formerly miner Mintaro, died c1855. All his estate to his wife, Sarah Bray, with the exception of £50 each to his mother Margaret Bray, sister Mary ROBERTS nee Bray, brothers Ambrose, Thomas and Phillip BRAY. Application 3752

BRAY, John of Adelaide, died c1855, He left his entire estate to his wife, Sally/Sarah Bray, with bequests of £50 each to his mother, Margaret Bray, his sister Mary ROBERTS nee Bray and his brothers, Ambrose, Thomas and Philip Bray. Christopher Whitford miller Adelaide was the other executor of the will along with John Bray's widow Memorial 459/85

BRAY, Sarah widow Upper Wakefield 1860 Memorial 220/166

No 3

BRAY, John of Helston on the Light Co Light 1854[-1863] Memorial 184/62

BRAY, John farmer Helston on the Light near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 219/206

BRAY, John of Helston on the Light 1853, died 7/2/1866 intestate [location not stated]. By 1881, his widow, Mary Bray, lived at Moonta with her daughter. Elizabeth Ann Bray. The son, John Henry Bray, had died at some time during 1866 in Victoria intestate and unmarried. Mary Bray applied for letters of administration to settle the estates Memorial 208/334 & Search 1102

No 4

BRAY, John farmer Gum Creek Co Stanley 1859 Memorial 269/152

No 5

BRAY, John gardener Marden North 1902 Memorial 96/445
BRAY, John Bentley boardinghouse keeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850 Memorial 335/19

No 1

BRAY, John C of Adelaide 1867 Memorial 98/221

BRAY, John Cox solicitor Adelaide, executor for the will of the late Tom Cox Bray formerly gentleman Kilmalcolm, Scotland but now deceased. TC Bray's wife, Sarah Bray, died 3/5/1877 Memorial 126/365

BRAY, John Cox and James Thompson HACKETT solicitors Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Bray & Hackett 1888 Memorial 131/389

BRAY, Sir John Cox solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now residing in London, Middlesex, England. Rachel Bray widow Tiverton, Devon, Blanche Louisa DONALDSON widow Kensington Court Gardens in London and Sarah Ann KERR wife of John Smith Kerr merchant Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, all beneficiaries under the will of the late Tom Cox Bray gentleman Adelaide now deceased 1894 Memorial 151/420

BRAY, John Cox KCMG of Adelaide, died 13/6/1894. Estate to his wife, Alice Maud Bray, and Lilla FISHER widow Adelaide, according to the terms of the will Memorial 22/423

BRAY, John Egglestone sheep farmer Willow Lodge near Clare 1891 Memorial 193/411, Application 22188

BRAY, John Henry carpenter Goolwa 1904

No 1 - probably the same person

BRAY, John Henry carpenter Kapunda 1855[-1859] Memorials 72/95, 43/149

BRAY, John Henry carpenter Wallaroo 1863 Memorial 147/189

BRAY, John Henry carpenter Goolwa 1899[-1904] Memorial 30/438,

Application 24713

No 1

BRAY, John Murray vigneron near Langhorne Creek 1924 Memorial 48/490

BRAY, John Murray formerly vigneron near Langhorne Creek but now dairyfarmer Gumeracha 1946 Memorial 138/520

No 1

BRAY, Joseph Henry gardener Langhorne Creek and Freda Elizabeth Bray his wife 1926 Memorial 38/496

BRAY, Joseph Henry gardener formerly of Langhorne Creek but then of Clare, died 31/3/1953. Husband of Freda Elizabeth Bray Memorial 193/529

BRAY, Lawrence Goss breadcarter Gawler 1954 Memorial 37/529

BRAY, Percival Beaumont gardener Payneham 1897 Memorial 171/430

No 1

BRAY, Richard builder The Semaphore 1892 Application 22272

BRAY, Richard builder Semaphore Rd, Semaphore 1900 Memorial 12/440

No 1

BRAY, Samuel miner Kooringa 1848[-1850] Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist trustee Memorial 151/13

BRAY, Samuel farmer Hutt River 1854 Memorial 19/72

BRAY, Samuel farmer Spring Farm near Clare 1854[-1857] Memorial 76/74, Application 1087

BRAY, Samuel miner formerly of the Burra Mines but now of near Clare 1863 Memorial 345/188

BRAY, Samuel farmer Clare 1868[-1891] Memorial 189/232

BRAY, Samuel formerly miner Kooringa but now farmer Spring Farm near Clare 1884 Application 20242

BRAY, Samuel gentleman Spring Farm near Clare, died 28/1/1892. Husband of Maria Bray. Father of Samuel Christophers Bray and John Egglestone Bray sheep farmers Spring Farm near Clare. Estate worth £850 Memorial 187/412

BRAY, Samuel gentleman Spring Farm near Clare, died 28/1/1892. Estate worth £850. Legacies to his wife, Maria Bray, his sons Samuel Christopher Bray and John Egglestone Bray sheep farmers Spring Farm near Clare, and his daughters, Maria Jane, wife of John DUNSTONE wheat buyer Caltowie; Hannah CLARIDGE wife of Philip Henry Claridge storekeeper Crystal Brook, Henrietta wife of William James KELLY storekeeper Clare and Elizabeth wife of Thomas DUNSTONE District Council Clerk Blyth, and his niece Grace TRUSCOTT widow Clare. Estate worth £850. Samuel Bray's wife, Maria Bray, had predeceased him; she died 29/10/1885, of morbus cordis and apoplexy, aged 69. The farm had its private family cemetery Application 22249

No 1

BRAY, Samuel Christopher farmer Hill River near Clare 1894 Application 22665

BRAY, Samuel Christopher farmer Clare 1901 Memorial 126/442

No 1

BRAY, Thomas labourer North Kapunda 1852[-1856] Memorial 78/43.

BRAY, Thomas 25 farmer White Hut (Father: Alexander Bray Bray) married Martha KERR 25 of Clare (Father: Joseph Kerr) on 13/5/1862 Wesleyan Chapel Spring Farm (Witnesses: John CHAPMAN farmer and Mary Ann Chapman Spring Farm). Martha Bray farmer's wife White Hut, died 29/7/1863, of puerperal fever, aged 26 - 9 years in the colony Application 18237

No 2

BRAY, Thomas farmer Broughton. Hundred of Barunga land grants 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 468 County Daly

No 3

BRAY, Thomas farmer Condowie trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

No 1

BRAY, Tom Cox of Hindley St, Adelaide, about to be absent from SA for a considerable time, power of attorney to James William LEWIS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/1/1856 Deposit 205/1860

BRAY, Tom Cox gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1860 Memorial 174/168

BRAY, Tom Cox gentleman Blackheath Park near London, Middlesex, England 1862 Memorial 118/183

BRAY, Tom Cox formerly of Adelaide, but now travelling on the continent of Europe, power of attorney to John Cox BRAY gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 5/1/1864. On 15/10/1867, TC Bray was living on Shooters Hill Road, Blackheath, Kent, England; he gave JC Bray authority to sell his shares in the Bank of Adelaide, or any other bank and society, and put the money out on mortgage properties Deposit 350/OA

BRAY, Tom Cox gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now of Blackheath in England 1866 Application 7708

BRAY, Sarah wife of Tom Cox Bray, and mother of Sir John Cox Bray solicitor Adelaide, died 3/5/1877 London Application 22167

BRAY, Tom Cox gentleman Kilmalcolm, Scotland 1876, died 4/6/1881. His wife, Sarah Bray, predeceased him Memorial 96/344

BRAY, Tom Cox gentleman Adelaide, but temporarily of Kilmalcolm, Scotland, died 4/6/1881 Kilmalcom. His executors were his son, John Cox Bray solicitor Adelaide, and his nephew, William Thomas FOSTER solicitor Adelaide. His whole estate to his wife, Sarah Bray, for her lifetime, then to be divided up according to certain bequests, mainly parts of the Adelaide Town Acres in Hindley St, and also land at Pt Adelaide. Sons - Thomas William Bray, John Cox Bray. Daughters included - Sarah Ann wife of John KERR, Blanche Bray. The residue of the estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst his children Application 25424

No 1

BRAY, William miner Burra Burra 1851 Memorial 260/36.

BRAY, William [formerly miner but now] licensed victualler Kooringa 1855[-1861] Memorial 57/96

No 2

BRAY, William shoemaker Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 472/54

BRAY, William shoemaker Strathalbyn and Ann Bray his wife 1865 Memorial 212/201

BRAY, William farmer Stirling Hill near Strathalbyn, owned Section 2806 Hundred of Strathalbyn in 1855. He had bought the property as a land grant 9/4/1853, when he was a shoemaker in Strathalbyn 78 acres for £78. The property was heavily mortgaged. Application 3012

No 3

BRAY, William sawyer New Tiers 1857 Memorial 289/127

BRAY, William farmer Mt Lofty Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 3 County Daly

BRAY, William Carter printer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 305 County Not named

No 1

BRAY, William Henry yeoman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 166/161

BRAY, William Henry [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] publican Kooringa 1860 Memorial 55/169

No 2

BRAY, WH of Wallaroo Bay 1862 Memorial 278/182

No 3

BRAY, William Henry farmer Section 67 near Clare 1872 Application 12150

No 4

BRAY, William Henry farmer Hundred of Wirreanda 1888 Memorial 117/391

BRAY, William Lander wheelwright Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 6 County Blachford

No 1

BRAYLEY, John sheepfarmer Ulooloo. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1879 Grant Book 8 Page 94 County Burra

BRAYLEY, John sheepfarmer Ulooloo Co Burra. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 12 County Kimberley

BRAYLEY, William Henry farmer Terowie Co Kimberley. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1884 Grant Book 8 Page 98 County Burra

BRAYNARD, William shoemaker Gumeracha 1851 Memorial 225/35

No 1

BRAZIL, John of SA 1858 Memorial 179/146

BRAZIL, John gentleman Brighton 1866 Application 7428

No 1

BRAZIL, John master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula, died 1874. He left his entire estate to his wife, Emily Simmons Smith Brazil Memorial 13/279

BREADON, Ann an infant aged one year or thereabouts daughter of Thomas Breadon and Ann Breadon his wife nee O'LOUGHLIN of Stockport 1868 Application 9019

BREAKELL, HJ clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 198/379

BREAKELL, Thomas accountant Adelaide 1875 Application 14098

BREAKELL, Thomas Frederick storekeeper Glen Osmond 1860[-1866] Memorial 13/164

BREAKER, Henry William labourer Mitcham 1874 Application 14011

No 1

BREAKER, Isaac cordwainer Adelaide 1841 Memorial 344/9

BREAKER, Isaac formerly gentleman Adelaide 1853 but now shoemaker Unley 1869. Linked with John James Breaker mason Belair Application 10414

BREAKER, Isaac William quarryman West Mitcham 1873 Application 12516

BREAKER, John gardener Belair 1893 Application 22455

No 1

BREAKER, John James stonemason Adelaide 1852 Memorial 358/40

BREAKER, John James mason Springbank 1862 Application 3009

BREAKER, John James of near Belair Belair Christian Brethren Church trustee 1864 Memorial 206/195

BREAKER, John James stonemason near Belair 1908 Memorial 206/459

BREAKER, John James stone mason near Belair. Trustee of the Baptist Chapel near the Government Farm 1909 Memorial 221/461

BREAKER, L clerk to Messrs ANDERSON & CASTLE solicitors Adelaide 1890 Memorial 207/403

BREAKER, LE clerk Wayville 1910 Application 25797

BREALEY, Francis labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1899 Grant Book 50 Page 118 County Robe

No 1

BREALEY, John carpenter O'Halloran Hill 1853[-1854] Memorial 268/47

BREALEY, John wheelwright O'Halloran Hill 1855 Memorial 359/80

BREALEY, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1855 Memorial 255/80

BREALEY, John farmer Clarendon 1877 Memorial 208/300

No 1

BREBNER, CC articled law clerk Adelaide 1918 Memorial 118/476

BREBNER, CC solicitor Adelaide 1927 Memorial 82/497

BREBNER, Charles William bank accountant East Malvern Vic 1897 Memorial 70/433

No 1

BREBNER, James Robert out of business Adelaide. He purchased the lease of the Commercial Inn, Grenfell St, Adelaide for £400 from John Burgess 1872 Memorial 148/262

BREBNER, James Robert licensed victualler Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1873 Memorial 165/268

No 1

BRECHT, Friedrich Ferdinand farmer Freeling 1884[-1890] Memorial 35/362

BRECHT, Friedrich Ferdinand farmer near Robertstown 1886 Memorial 57/375

BRECHT, Friedrich Ferdinand farmer formerly of Freeling but now of Robertstown 1888 Memorial 157/396

BRECHT, Friedrich Ferdinand farmer Schönfeld near Freeling [He must have returned from Robertstown] 1889 Memorial 158/396

BRECHT, Friedrich Ferdinand farmer formerly of near Robertstown but now of near Freeling 1891 Memorial 24/411

BRECHT, Friedrich Ferdinand farmer Burnside 1907 Memorial 193/457

No 1

BRECKELL, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 4452.

BRECKELL, Thomas brickmaker Adelaide 1838 brickmaker formerly of Hindmarsh but now of the Black Forest 1848 Application 23296

BRECKELL, Thomas labourer Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 47/173

BRECKELL, Thomas brickmaker formerly of Hindmarsh but now of the Black Forest 1848 Memorial 275/12

BRECKELL, Thomas farmer Black Forest 1853[-1857] Memorial 58/59

BRECKELL, Thomas farmer formerly of the Black Forest but now of near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 216/203

BRECKELL, Thomas farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 282/202

BREDEN, Thomas mason Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 43 County Dalhousie

BREEZE, Ellen of Kersbrook 1891 Memorial 129/410

No 1

BREEZE, Joseph labourer Stepney 1851[-1854 Memorial 363/35

BREEZE, Joseph farmer Stepney 1855 Memorial 262/92

BREEZE, William LH undertaker Kooringa 1887 Application 27856

BREEZE, Robert Smith farmer Longbottom 1844 Memorial 25/4

BREMER, Friedrich Wilhelm tailor Hahndorf 1859[-1864] Memorial 150/152

No 1

BREMER, Heinrich Philipp miner Kooringa 1849 Memorial 432/17

BREMER, Heinrich Philipp farmer Lyndoch Valley 1862 Application 3506

BREMNER, Elspeth widow Kilkenny 1855 Memorial 139/91

No 1

BREMNER, James Greig machinist Auburn 1866[-1882] Memorial 75/211

BREMNER, James Greig machinist New Auburn 1866 Application 8011

BREMNER, William farmer Kilkenny 1855[-1857] Memorial 66/91

BRENLUND, John William seaman 37 Liddon Place, Portland Estate 1950 Application 28715

No 1

BRENNAN, Edward of Gawler South 1872[-1875] Memorial 241/283

BRENNAN, Edward engineer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 250/289

No 1

BRENNAN, James carrier Laura Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 24 Page 623 County Frome

No 2

BRENNAN, James farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1885 Memorial 68/371

No 3

BRENNAN, James farmer Melrose 1890 Memorial 135/405

No 1

BRENNAN, John gardener Adelaide 1854 Memorial 190/63

BRENNAN, John farmer Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 179/83

BRENNAN, John farmer Munno Para 1860[-1866] Memorial 5/168

BRENNAN, John the Elder farmer formerly of Dry Creek 1854 but now of Salisbury, Munno Para 1873, He could not write. Linked with John Brennan out of business Adelaide Application 12642

No 2

BRENNAN, John of the Hundred of Gregory Hundred of Gregory land grant 1882 Grant Book 23 Page 102 County Frome

No 3

BRENNAN, John stockholder Pt Augusta 1885 Memorial 219/368

BRENNAN, John stockholder Pt Augusta linked with William Brennan farmer Melrose 1888 Memorial 6/394

BRENNAN, John dealer Pt Augusta 1890[-1901] Memorial 188/403

No 4

BRENNAN, John farmer Mt Muirhead 1897 Memorial 195/431

No 5

BRENNAN, John retired from business Ethel St, Forestville 1927 Memorial 116/498

BRENNAN, Lawrence labourer Tory Banks near Strathalbyn 1913 Memorial 85/468, Application 26225

No 1 - probably the same person

BRENNAN, Michael farmer near Strathalbyn 1863 Memorial 123/192

BRENNAN, Michael farmer near Callington on the Bremer 1869[-1870] Memorial 185/237

BRENNAN, Michael carrier Strathalbyn. Father of Thomas Brennan labourer Strathalbyn 1882 Memorial 112/345

BRENNAN, Patrick labourer Adelaide 1866 Application 7229

No 1

BRENNAN, Thomas farmer near Strathalbyn 1877 Memorial 79/299

BRENNAN, Thomas labourer Strathalbyn 1882 Memorial 166/347, Application 26723

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BRENNAN, Thomas of Nairne 1879 Memorial 186/327

No 3

BRENNAN, Thomas of the Hundred of Hindmarsh Co Grey, died c1888. Husband of Ann Brennan. Richard Brennan mentioned but not described Memorial 225/394

BRENNAN, Thomas Richard drover Booleroo 1887 Memorial 241/387

BRENNAN, Walter John labourer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Norwood 1898 Memorial 44/435

No 1

BRENNAN, William labourer Mitcham 1862 Application 3010

BRENNAN, William labourer Mitcham 1862 Memorial 263/184

BRENNAN, William [formerly labourer Mitcham but now] farmer Melrose 1885 Memorial 139/367

No 1

BRENNAND, James machinist Lochiel. Hundred of Cameron land grants 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 439 County Daly

BRENNAND, James wheelwright Lochiel. trustee Institute Lochiel 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 448 County Daly

BRENNAND, Thomas blacksmith Lochiel. Lochiel (Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 448 County Daly

BRENTON, Alfred linked with Section 92 Hundred of Muloowurtie 1882 Memorial 86/343

No 1

BRENTON, James miner Lyndoch Valley 1850 Memorial 237/42.

BRENTON, James [formerly miner Lyndoch Valley but now] of Helston, Co Light 1852[-1867] Memorial 127/43.

Carrier Helston on the Light 1860 Memorial 226/162

BRENTON, James miner near Kapunda 1857 Memorial 100/119

BRENTON, James gardener Kapunda 1859 Enrolment 4/42

BRENTON, James carter Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

BRENTON, James carter Kapunda 1867 Application 8122

BRENTON, James carrier formerly of Helston 1855 but now of Kapunda 1874 Application 13597

BRENTON, James carrier Kapunda Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1875[-1876] Application 14751.

BRENTON, James Esquire Helston 1897 Application 23494

No 1

BRENTON, John stationer Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1855 Memorial 392/91

No 2 – perhaps the same person

BRENTON, John the Elder farmer Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 67 County Daly

BRENTON, John linked with Section 94n Hundred of Muloowurtie 1882 Memorial 53/344

BRENTON, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1857[-1859] Memorial 207/113

BRENTON, Thomas Martin farmer Comaum 1901 Application 24202

No 1

BRENTON, WF of Gawler Place, Adelaide 1867 Memorial 75/220

BRENTON, WF of Halifax St, Adelaide 1873 Memorial 87/443

BRERETON, Ednard farmer Yalpara had Wesleyan Methodist associations 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 337 County Dalhousie

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BRERETON, George farmer Johnburgh. Johnburgh (Hundred of Oladdie) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 338 County Dalhousie

BRERETON, George farmer Hundred of Yalpara Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 92/370

BRERETON, Thomas farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 66/212

No 1

BRERETON, William farmer Hundred of Tickera Co Daly 1891 Memorial 213/409

BRERETON, William farmer Pt Broughton trustee a Chapel prob at Pt Broughton 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

No 1

BRESSER, Christian Friedrich labourer Bordertown 1886 Memorial 25/379

BRESSER, Christian Friedrich, born 8/8/1865 Tapley Hill, son of Heinrich Wilhelm Bresser farmer and his wife, Maria Louise nee WENDT, by 1897 a labourer at Bordertown. Lucy Charles KELLY widow Vownog Morphett Vale 1897, said that she had known CF Bresser from childhood and had employed him for several months at Morphett Vale Application 23369

No 1 - Heinrich Wilhelm Bresser

BRESSER, Wilhelm farmer O'Halloran Hill 1854 Memorial 433/63

BRESSER, William farmer Tapley Hill 1856 Memorial 191/101

No 1

BRESTED, Charles formerly tailor 1851 but now storekeeper Adelaide 1868

[Perhaps the same occupation?] Application 9574

BRESTED, Charles storekeeper Parkside 1869 Application 9639

BRETAG, Christian and Johann farmers Sommerfeld 1893 Memorial 142/419

BRETAG, Friedrich of Mannum 1888 Memorial 77/392

BRETAG, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Lobethal 1889 Application 21587

BRETAG, Johann farmer Sommerfeld 1895 Memorial 65/424

No 1

BRETAG, Johann August and Wilhelm farmers Monarto 1877 Memorial 139/298

BRETAG, August farmer Monarto 1878 Memorial 96/310

BRETAG, August farmer Monarto Hundred of Monarto land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 132 County Sturt

BRETAG, Johann John farmer Sommerfeldt Hundred of Finniss land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 47 County Sturt

BRETAG, Johann Christian farmer Section 4015 near Balhannah 1863 Memorial 96/192

BRETAG, Johann Gottlob farmer Hahndorf. Took up a lease of Section 4015 near Balhannah 1859 Memorial 39/152

BRETAG, Johann Heinrich gardener Lobethal 1925 Application 27389

No 1

BRETAG, Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf 1858 Memorial 135/143

BRETAG, Wilhelm farmer near Harrogate 1866 Application 7752

BRETAG, Wilhelm farmer Monarto 1879 Memorial 16/320

BRETAG, Wilhelm farmer Monarto Hundred of Finniss land grant 1890 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

No 1

BRETT, Benjamin labourer Hindmarsh 1853[-1856] Memorial 77/47

BRETT, Benjamin farmer Kingston on the Port Road 1856 Memorial 169/99

BRETT, Charles farmer Stepney 1853[-1857] Memorial 459/47

BRETT, Ernest Richard Wilford linked with Section 67 Hundred of Winninowie Co Frome 1885 Memorial 162/369

BRETT, James B sawyer Penola 1904 Application 24762

No 1

BRETT, John miller Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876  Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

BRETT, John storekeeper Beautiful Valley Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 570 County Frome

BRETT, John storekeeper Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 538 County Frome

BRETT, John storekeeper Wilmington trustee Cemetery Hundred of Gregory land grant 1878 Grant Book 23 Page 27 County Frome

BRETT, John storekeeper Wilmington trustee Institute Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

BRETT, John storekeeper Wilmington 1881[-1896] Memorial 156/329

No 2

BRETT, John farmer Coonatto Hundred of Coonatto land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 805 County Frome

BRETT, Reginald solicitor Adelaide 1883 Memorial 8/357

No 1

BRETT, Roy Nethersole 31 sampler in the assaying department Pt Pirie (Father: Alfred Ernest Brett) 1911 Application 26739

BRETT, Roy Nethersole assayer Pt Pirie about to marry Emily Sarah Ann WELCH spinster Victor Harbor 1911. Trustees for marriage settlement; Edwin Boucher Welch grazier Sandalwood Pt Pirie and Harold Fulton Welch farmer Pine Farm Pt Pirie Memorial 232a/464

BRETT, William bricklayer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 260/110

No 1

BRETTINGHAM, Edward Winstanley bullock driver Angaston 1854[-1855] Memorial 37/75

BRETTINGHAM, Edward Winstanley clerk to Messrs HERFORD & BOUCAUT solicitors Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 283/126

BRETTINGHAM, Edward W solicitor Adelaide 1864[-1867] Memorial 122/199

No 1

BREUER, August farmer Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 53 County Dalhousie

BREUER, August farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1902 Grant Book 13 Page 57 County Dalhousie

No 1

BREUER, Carl farmer Gnadenfrei 1858 Memorial 5/140

BREUER, Carl farmer Seppeltsfield only son and heir at law of Friedrich Wilhelm Breuer deceased who died intestate 1872 Application 11891

BREUER, Carl Wilhelm farmer near Greenock Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 67 County Fergusson

No 1

BREUER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Tarcowie 1893 Memorial 46/416

BREUER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 174 County Dalhousie

BREUNINGER, Otto Gottlieb mechanic Unley 1928 Application 27669

BREWER, Charles J stipendiary magistrate Robe 1862 Memorial 184/184

No 1

BREWER, Charles Philip Esquire Morphett Vale 1848 Memorial 302/11

Esquire Woodlands near Payneham 1850 Memorial 413/21

Esquire Guichen Bay 1854 Memorial 255/61

BREWER, Charles Phillip Esquire formerly of Robe but now of St Kilda Vic 1880 Memorial 210/327

BREWER, Charles Philip retired Captain in the Royal Artillery formerly of Guichen Bay now of parts beyond the seas left SA 1856, leaving his property deeds with his solicitors Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE Application 13812

No 1

BREWER, Edward bricklayer and plasterer Adelaide (Flinders St) 1849[-1857] Memorial 118/21

BREWER, Edward yeoman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 184/159

No 1

BREWER, Edward Smith cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1845 Memorial 237/5

BREWER, Edward Smith cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St), died c1848. Brother to John Brewer publican Bush Club Hotel Adelaide (Franklin St) his heir at law. ES Brewer's widow, Rebecca Brewer, remarried to John COX bricklayer Adelaide (French St) by 1849 Memorial 73/15

No 1

BREWER, John farmer Upper Wakefield Co Stanley 1851[-1859] Memorial 243/32 Upper Wakefield District Councillor 1856 Memorial 375/96

BREWER, John farmer The Wakefield 1859 Application 366

No 2

BREWER, John tin cutter Alberton 1877 Application 15923

No 1

BREWER, William draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850 Memorial 147/27

Storekeeper Pt Wakefield. He was friends with John HODGKISS draper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 418/32

No 2

BREWER, William gentleman Pine Forest 1854 Memorial 142/66

BREWER, William gentleman formerly of the Pine Forest 1854 but now of Gawler 1860 Application 11390

BREWER, William auctioneer Gawler 1860 Memorial 132/169

No 3

BREWER, William publican Tusmore. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1853[-1854] Grant Book 1 Page 22 County Adelaide

BREWER, William publican Tusmore 1854[-1865] Memorial 408/65

BREWER, William formerly publican Tusmore 1854 but now farmer Greenhills 1871 Application 11583

No 4

BREWER, William Town Clerk of Kapunda Kapunda 1869 Memorial 220/236

No 5

BREWER, William farmer Melrose 1882 Memorial 35/340

BREWERTON, Charles farmer Hundred of Nangkita 1857[-1859] Memorial 66/124

BREWSTER, Abraham farmer Willochra 1885 Memorial 60/367

BREWSTER, Enoch linked with Section 123 Hundred of Yarrah 1891 Memorial 111/411

No 1

BREWSTER, George labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 194/68

BREWSTER, George labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1871 Memorial 55/253

BREWSTER, Jane widow Penola [relict of the late Robert Brewster of Penola now deceased] Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1902 Grant Book 31 Page 67 County Grey

No 1

BREWSTER, John of Kapunda 1852 Memorial 118/39

BREWSTER, John storekeeper Kapunda 1854[-1859] Memorial 15/67

BREWSTER, John storekeeper North Kapunda 1854[-1857] Memorial 72/70

Of Cossins and Brewster 1857 Enrolment 1/37

BREWSTER, John brewer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 309/125

BREWSTER, John merchant and storekeeper Kapunda 1858[-1864] Memorial 236/146

BREWSTER, John wine and spirit merchant Kapunda 1864 Memorial 61/197

BREWSTER, John wine and spirit merchant Kapunda and Annie Brewster his wife inherited estate from the will of the late William MCARA formerly baker Mt Blackwood Vic but now deceased c1866 Memorial 231/208

BREWSTER, John wine and spirit merchant Kapunda, died 18/10/1870. His whole estate to his wife, Annie Brewster absolutely. If she had died, the estate to go into trust for sale. Trustees: Thomas FOTHERINGHAM brewer Kapunda and John MITCHELL miller Gawler. Proceeds to be divided amongst the testator's step-brother James MCKENZIE Fremantle WA, his brothers Robert Brewster carpenter Perth, Scotland, William Brewster of Scone, Co Perth, Scotland, his sisters Margaret COWAN, wife of Henry Cowan of Dundee, Scotland; Anne GILLATLEY, wife of James Gillatley. Also to Alexander and Robert CAMERON of Perth, Scotland; also Mary Blyth STEWART, daughter of Alexander and Margaret Stewart deceased Enrolment 42/50

BREWSTER, Annie widow Kapunda relict of the late John Brewster formerly storekeeper Kapunda now deceased 1873[-1877] Memorial 243/264

BREWSTER, Annie widow Kapunda, died 19/8/1876. She left a house and shop in Kapunda (which James COOK storekeeper leased) to her niece, Mary Ann CAMERON Memorial 21/314

BREWSTER, Annie widow Kapunda died c1880, leaving allotments in North Kapunda to Mary Ann CAMERON spinster Kapunda Application 18028

No 2

BREWSTER, J clerk Anlaby near Kapunda 1921 Memorial 121/484

BREWSTER, John accountant Anlaby near Kapunda 1926, declared that he was a son of the late Robert Brewster storekeeper Kapunda Application 27445

No 1

BREWSTER, Robert storekeeper Kapunda 1873[-1887] Memorial 201/268

BREWSTER, Robert storekeeper Kapunda 1876, linked with James Brewster MCKENZIE storekeeper Kapunda Application 15574

BREWSTER, Robert merchant Kapunda 1880 Application 17986.

BREWSTER, Robert grocer Kapunda 1882 Application 19005

BREWSTER, Robert merchant Main St Kapunda 1882[-1883] Memorial 50/345, Application 20134

BREWSTER, Robert storekeeper Kapunda 1884 Application 20211

BREWSTER, Robert merchant Kapunda, had died by 1893 Application 22492

BREWSTER, Robert gentleman Gundry's Hill Kapunda, died 24/6/1890. Husband of Mary Harris Brewster Memorial 107/404

HIs widow, Mary Harris Brewster, still lived in Kapunda in 1897 Memorial 159/435

BREWSTER, Mary Harris widow Kapunda 1898 Application 23625

BREWSTER, Mary Harris widow Gundrys Hill, Kapunda relict of the late Robert Brewster formerly gentleman Gundrys Hill now deceased 1902 Memorial 119/447

No 2

BREWSTER, Robert solicitor Kapunda 1881 Memorial 128/330

BREWSTER, Thomas bootmaker Elliston 1886 Memorial 154/379

No 1

BREWSTER, William the Elder teamster Saltia Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

No 2

BREWSTER, William the Younger carter Saltia Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

BREWSTER, William the Younger farmer Mt Brown Creek 1893 Memorial 185/418

No 1

BREYNARD, William of Gumeracha 1851 Memorial 366/34.

No 2

BREYNARD, William salesman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 112/112

No 3

BREYNARD, William shoemaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1859[-1862] Memorial 139/153

No 4

BREYNARD, William storeman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 55/202

BRIAN, John farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1885 Memorial 184/365

BRIAN, Joseph farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 52 County Buckingham

BRIANT, Joseph John saddler Crafers. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1908 Memorial Grant Book 2 Page 100 County Adelaide

BRIANT, Richard fruiterer East End Market, Adelaide 1878 Memorial 55/306, Application 16667

No 1

BRICE, AA of Georgetown linked with Hermon Brice farmer Narridy and Norman Wheaton Brice not described 1884 Memorial 41/361

BRICE, AA clerk Georgetown District Council 1886 Memorial 44/375

No 1

BRICE, Charles Crook farmer Walloway Plains. Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Walloway 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 218 County Dalhousie

BRICE, Charles Crook farmer Walloway. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1888 Book 13 Page 264 County Dalhousie

No 1

BRICE, Daniel brickmaker Normanville 1856 Memorial 184/122

BRICE, Daniel brickmaker Stepney 1869 Application 10050

BRICE, Daniel the Elder brickmaker West Thebarton, died c 1901. His son, Daniel Hermon Brice the Younger, not to benefit in any way from his father's death. Executors: Joseph WILLIAMS the Younger law clerk Parkside and Samuel STRAPPS ironfounder Adelaide (Currie St) Memorial 199/442

BRICE, Daniel William brickmaker formerly of Stepney but now of Bowden 1912 Memorial 40/467

No 1

BRICE, Hermon cabinetmaker North Adelaide 1848 Memorial 129/12

BRICE, Hermon farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Application 19557

BRICE, Hermon cabinetmaker Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 451/31

BRICE, Hermon cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide but now of the Sturt Road 1853 Memorial 414/51

BRICE, Hermon yeoman Hammersmith House, South Road 1859 Memorial 76/154

BRICE, Hermon cabinetmaker Adelaide 1862 Memorial 16/183

BRICE, Hermon cabinetmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1868 Memorial 208/223

BRICE, Hermon cabinetmaker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 252 County Victoria

BRICE, Hermon farmer Narridy Co Victoria. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 385 County Dalhousie

BRICE, Irene Jane spinster Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 60 Page 258 County Victoria

BRICE, Norman Wheaton cabinetmaker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 253 County Victoria

No 1

BRICE, William carpenter Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 195/83

No 2

BRICE, William brickmaker Stepney 1872 Memorial 29/262

BRICE, William Edward farmer Coomooroo Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1890 Grant Book 60 Page 261 County Victoria

BRICK, Alexander farmer Kangaroo Island son of the late James Brick and Fanny Brick now a widow 1886 Memorial 77/376

BRICKNALL, Frederick Estcourt and Frank South BOTTING brewers Adelaide carrying on business under the style or firm of Haussen & Co 1877 Memorial 37/299

BRICKNALL, William gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 421/19

Maltster Thebarton late 1850 Memorial 52/27

BRICKNELL, Edward farmer O’Halloran Hill 1859 Application 911

BRICKNELL, Frederick baker and grocer formerly of Kent Town but now of Fullarton 1904 Application 24880

No 1

BRICKNELL, George carpenter Gawler South 1858 Memorial 46/145

BRICKNELL, George carpenter Kapunda 1860 Memorial 155/168

BRICKNELL, George storekeeper Kent Town 1869 Memorial 97/248

BRICKNELL, Henry baker and grocer Kent Town 1899 Application 23918

No 1

BRICKNELL, John baker Adelaide 1869 Memorial 167/241

BRICKNELL, John baker The Parade Norwood 1877 Memorial 226/300

BRICKNELL, John baker Norwood. Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

BRICKNELL, Joseph labourer Currency Creek 1892 Application 22246

No 1

BRIDESON, Arthur Charles farmer Bute trustee Institute Bute 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 400 County Daly

BRIDESON, Arthur Chapman farmer Bute trustee Institute Bute 1929 Grant Book 14 Page 401 County Daly

BRICKNELL, William blacksmith Truro 1860 Memorial 257/168

No 1

BRIDGART, John carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 69/27

BRIDGART, John carpenter Bowden 1852[-1860] Memorial 369/41, Application 1818

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BRIDGART, John Thomas mason Bowden 1863[-1865] Memorial 181/190

BRIDGART, John Thomas the Younger mason Brompton 1877 Application 16408

No 1

BRIDGART, Thomas mason Salisbury 1854 Memorial 96/67

BRIDGART, Thomas mason Adelaide 1857 Memorial 182/124

Farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 270/124

No 1

BRIDGER, Joseph tanner Adelaide 1839 Application 29392

BRIDGER, Joseph journeyman tailor Hindmarsh 1844 Memorial 39/4

BRIDGER, Joseph labourer Hindmarsh and Maria Bridger his wife 1854 Memorial 241/69

BRIDGER, Joseph fellmonger Hindmarsh and Maria Bridger his wife 1856[-1881] Memorial 261/109

BRIDGER, Joseph fellmonger Hindmarsh, died 7/3/1896 intestate. Estate worth £90. His widow, Maria Bridger, of Hindmarsh, died 30/12/1897 intestate. Mother of Anna Maria PENN wife of Stephen Richard Penn bootmaker Gover St, North Adelaide. Estate worth £90 Memorial 234/434

No 1

BRIDGES, Alfred bricklayer and plasterer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 128/76

BRIDGES, Alfred bricklayer Littlehampton 1857[-1860] Memorial 160/124

BRIDGES, Joseph mason Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 205 County Grey

BRIDGES, Margaret McHenry widow Portland Estate 1872 Memorial 113/263

BRIDGLAND, Albert blacksmith Goodwood West 1916 Application 26514

BRIDGLAND, Aynsley Vernon company manager Wattle Park Burnside 1924 Memorial 140/491

No 1

BRIDGLAND, Charles labourer Walkerville 1851 Memorial 170/33

Brewer Walkerville 1854 Memorial 81/74

BRIDGLAND, Charles formerly brewer Walkerville 1854 but now licensed victualler Adelaide 1866 Application 7756

BRIDGLAND, Charles innkeeper formerly of Adelaide but now of Robe, bought the Criterion Hotel Robe for £1,000 from George Lord licensed victualler Robe 1867 Memorial 212/221

BRIDGLAND, Charles licensed victualler Robe 1887 Memorial 20/388

BRIDGLAND, Charles gentleman Millicent, died 17/6/1892, Executor: Thomas Bridgland bootmaker Robe Memorial 233/414

BRIDGLAND, Charles gentleman Millicent, died 17/6/1892. Estate worth £2,385. Son Thomas Bridgland bootmaker Robe. Daughter Esther Judith GEORGE wife of George Lawson George hotelkeeper Millicent 1901 Application 24256

BRIDGLAND, Emma E housewife Findon Road, Woodville 1913 Memorial 14/469

BRIDGLAND, George of Orroroo 1885 Memorial 159/368

No 1
BRIDGLAND, James labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 442/55

BRIDGLAND, James engineer Adelaide (Stafford St) 1878[-1888] Memorial 205/393

No 1 - perhaps the same person
BRIDGLAND, James artist Adelaide (Stafford St off South Tce) 1873 Memorial 184/267

BRIDGLAND, James formerly artist Adelaide, but now gentleman Goodwood 1894 Application 22656

BRIDGELAND, James bookbinder Plympton 1896 Application 23111

BRIDGLAND, John labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 82/23

No 1
BRIDGLAND, Thomas bootmaker Robe 1893 Application 22467

BRIDGLAND, Thomas bootmaker Robe S-E 1901 Memorial 198/443

No 1
BRIDGMAN, Edward farmer Brighton 1850 Memorial 4550/24

BRIDGMAN, Edward farmer Morphett Vale 1855[-1869] Victoria School House (pt Section 635 Hundred of Noarlunga) trustee Memorial 230/81

BRIDGMAN, Edward farmer Morphett Vale 1867. Morphett Vale Baptist Chapel trustee 1867 Memorial 218/227

BRIDGMAN, Edward farmer Morphett Vale, his wife Ann Bridgman, sons James Wilton Bridgman and Jabez Bridgman and daughters Eden Bridgman, Priscilla Bridgman, Elizabeth Ann Bridgman, Mary Jane Bridgman and Rebeckah Ann Bridgman 1865 Memorial 140/266

BRIDGMAN, Ann widow Morphett Vale 1878 Memorial 79/306

BRIDGMAN, Ann widow of Wallaroo Mines, relict of the late Edward Bridgman (formerly of Morphett Vale), died 15/10/1905, of senile atrophy and colitis, aged 88 Application 25153

BRIDGMAN, Elizabeth Emily Francitta married woman Balaklava 1918 Application 26706

BRIDGMAN, Frederick shopman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 117/290

No 1
BRIDGMAN, George whitesmith Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14710

BRIDGMAN, George plumber Pt Adelaide 1876[-1879] Memorial 96/291

BRIDGMAN, G galvanised iron worker Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18391

No 1

BRIDGMAN, Jabez farmer Willow Plains trustee unnamed School Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1885 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

BRIDGMAN, Jabez linked with Section 90 Hundred of Arkaba Co Hanson 1888 Memorial 197/389

BRIDGMAN, James W farmer labourer Wauraltee 1879 Memorial 61/319

BRIDGMAN, Mary Ann spinster Adelaide 1848 Memorial 484/12

BRIDGMAN, OR of Mallala 1904 Memorial 233/451

No 1

BRIDGMAN, Samuel carrier Adelaide 1882 Application 19245

BRIDGMAN, Samuel carrier Adelaide 1883 Memorial 10/353

BRIDGMAN, Thomas carpenter Adelaide (Gouger St) 1839 Application 4114

No 1

BRIDGOOD, Henry Cook farmer Para Wirra 1853 Memorial 467/57

BRIDGOOD, Henry Cook farmer Saddleworth 1859 Saddleworth Primitive Methodist trustee Memorial 176/160

BRIDGWOOD, DB clergyman Aberdeen near Kooringa 1920 Memorial 13/507

No 1

BRIDLE, John labourer Nairne 1852[-1858] Memorial 104/40

BRIDLE, John labourer Nairne 1860 Application 1574

BRIDSON, Hugh gentleman Mt Barker 1844 Memorial 341/3

BRIEN, Lawrence labourer Northfield 1871 Application 11522

BRIERLY, Henry farmer Talunga 1856 Memorial 314/101

BRIERLY, James mason Adelaide (Wright St) 1848 Memorial 220/10

BRIERLY, Thomas Nassau farmer near Talunga 1859[-1861] Memorial 348/160

BRIERLY, William Thomas and Edward Cross Brierly farmers Langhorne Creek 1861 Application 2253

BRIESE, Franz Julius farmer Hundred of Lindley 1890[-1898] Memorial 129/406

BRIESE, Johann farmer Bethanien 1858[-1859] Memorial 7/141

BRIGGS, Edward carter Brompton 1877 Application 16471

BRIGGS, Frederick police trooper Adelaide linked with Henry Briggs saddler Adelaide and Johanna Briggs widow Adelaide 1873 Memorial 224/268

BRIGGS, Frederic Henry licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1882 Memorial 132/342

BRIGGS, Harry retired labourer Ponton St, Salisbury, aged 76 in 1960, declared that he had come to live in Salisbury in 1923 Application 29387

No 1

BRIGGS, Henry of Adelaide 1838 Application 17581.

BRIGGS, Henry dispenser Adelaide Hospital 1853 Memorial 220/69

Medical dispenser Adelaide 1855[-1865] Memorial 161/92, Application 6873

BRIGGS, Henry the Elder of the Adelaide Hospital 1856 Memorial 44/98

BRIGGS, James William cabinetmaker Edwardstown 1925 Application 27373

No 1

BRIGGS, John yeoman Mintaro 1852[-1858] Memorial 373/45

BRIGGS, John farmer Mintaro 1855 Memorial 10/88

BRIGGS, John farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1859 Application 876

BRIGGS, Leslie Herlwin farmer Hundred of Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 52 County Buccleuch

BRIGGS, Thomas of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 165/401

BRIGGS, William Esquire Halifax, Yorks, England, power of attorney to George MORPHETT solicitor Adelaide, to invest in land for him in SA 2/3/1850 Deposit 32/OA

BRIGHT, Abraham Parslow farmer near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 377/43.

BRIGHT, Arthur labourer Noarlunga 1905 Application 24167

BRIGHT, Cyril James clerk Pt Lincoln 1929 Memorial 51/501

No 1

BRIGHT, Edward storekeeper Payneham 1907 Memorial 73/457

BRIGHT, Edward formerly storekeeper but now fuel merchant Payneham 1912 Memorial 152/467

BRIGHT, Edward formerly fuel merchant Payneham but now of Sydney NSW 1914 Memorial 28/470

BRIGHT, George wheelwright Gawler 1892 Application 22366

No 1

BRIGHT, George Frankland tailor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 268/45

BRIGHT, George Frankland tailor Mt Gambier 1880[-1882] Memorial 213/323

BRIGHT, George Frankland dealer Mt Gambier 1892 Application 22334

BRIGHT, Henry carpenter Alberton 1856 Memorial 185/99

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BRIGHT, Henry Edward farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 354/23

BRIGHT, Henry Edward farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 62 County Adelaide

BRIGHT, Henry Edward butcher Gawler 1853 Memorial 323/57

BRIGHT, Henry Edward farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Chelmsford, Essex, England 1857 Memorial 167/148

BRIGHT, Henry Edward the Elder and the Younger butchers Gawler carrying on business under the style or firm of Bright & Son 1866 Memorial 25/213

BRIGHT, HE auctioneer Laura 1890 Memorial 197/404

BRIGHT, Henry Edward the Younger butcher formerly of Willaston but now of Fremantle WA 1898 Application 23691

BRIGHT, Henry Edward gentleman Willaston 1903, declared that he had lived in Willaston since 1860 Application 24530.

BRIGHT, Henry Edward Esquire Gawler, died 18/2/1904 Willaston. Estate worth £62. He left his estate to his wife, Jane Prudence Bright, his sons Thomas Robert Bright solicitor Unity Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide and Henry Edward Bright the Younger. Jane Prudence Bright died 23/2/1904 Willaston. Estate worth £62. Application 27728.

BRIGHT, Henry Edward the Elder Esquire Willaston, died 18/2/1904. He left his estate in varying degrees to his wife, Jane Prudence Bright, and his sons, Thomas Robert Bright solicitor Unity Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide, and Henry Edward the Younger (deceased by 1904). He owned and leased a lot of land in and around Gawler, including commercial premises in Murray St, Gawler. His estate worth £62 (seems very low!!!). Jane Prudence Bright widow Willaston, died 23/2/1904. Estate worth £62 Application 27728

BRIGHT, Jane Prudence widow Willaston, died 23/2/1904. Mother of Henry Edward Bright no description and Thomas Robert Bright solicitor Adelaide (Unity Chambers, Currie St) 1922. Estate worth £62 Memorial 179/484

No 1

BRIGHT, James brickmaker Gawler 1857[-1863] Memorial 343/128

BRIGHT, James brickmaker Gawler 1866 Application 8039

BRIGHT, James brickmaker Gawler, died 3/3/1890. He left the whole of his £170 estate to his wife, Joyce Bright. One of the sons was George Bright wheelwright Gawler 1917 Application 26567

BRIGHT, Joyce widow Gawler, died 21/4/1923. Her estate worth £2,200. She left certain personal items to her daughters, Florence Jane WAINWRIGHT widow Gawler and Ivy Olive Barry BOWLEY wife of Charles Henry Bowley carpenter Pt Germein, and her granddaughter, Florence Annie Maud MCLEAN wife of Arthur McLean. The rest of the estate to be sold and the principle divided equally amongst her surviving children. Son George Bright wheelwright Gawler to get money. However, son Thomas William Bright to have his money placed in a trust account in the bank, from which he could draw 5/- every Monday; after his death, his children to share equally in the principle Application 27858

No 1

BRIGHT, John Edward surgeon Adelaide. Foundation trustee Adelaide Land Company 1838 Application 19557

BRIGHT, John Edward surgeon Adelaide 1839 Memorial 108/30

BRIGHT, John Edward surgeon formerly of Adelaide but now residing in Great Britain 1843 Application 19557

BRIGHT, John Edward surgeon formerly of Adelaide but now of New Zealand 1840. Was he a relative to William Williams deputy colonial storekeeper Adelaide? Application 27158

BRIGHT, May Chambers hotelkeeper Criterion Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1927 Memorial 199/497

BRIGHT, Reginald merchant Melbourne Vic 1891 Application 22016

BRIGHT, Richard yeoman Noarlunga 1854[-1856] Memorial 105/110

BRIGHT, Samuel out of business Adelaide 1874[-1876] Memorial 89/272

No 1

BRIGHT, Thomas R clerk to Frederick Foote TURNER solicitor Gawler 1869[-1870] Memorial 103/238

BRIGHT, Thomas R clerk to Messrs WAY & SYMON solicitors 69 King William St Adelaide 1872 Application 15356

BRIGHT, Thomas R solicitor Clare 1874[-1875] Memorial 221/275

BRIGHT, Thomas Robert gentleman Clare Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 488 County Daly

BRIGHT, Thomas Robert gentleman Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 220 County Victoria

BRIGHT, Thomas Robert solicitor Clare 1878[-1880] Memorial 168/306

BRIGHT, Thomas Robert solicitor formerly of Clare but now of Adelaide 1889[-1910] Memorials 101/397 & 245/207

BRIGHT, Thomas Robert solicitor Adelaide (Unity Chambers, Currie St) 1903 Application 24553

BRIGHT, Thomas Robert solicitor Adelaide, one of the children of the late Henry Edward Bright Esquire Willaston, who died 18/2/1904 Application 24796

BRIGHT, Thomas R and WS Bright solicitors Adelaide 1909 Memorial 80/461

BRIGHT, Thomas Robert solicitor Adelaide, died 9/12/1924. Estate worth £12,000. Wife and daughter mentioned but not named. Father of Percy Douglas Bright and William Stuart Bright (the latter also a solicitor Adelaide) 1925 Memorial 173/492

BRIGHT, Thomas Robert solicitor formerly of Clare then of Edwin Tce, Gilberton, former partner with his son William Stuart Bright (now journalist Parkside 1940) in the legal firm of Bright & Bright solicitors which ceased existence in 1927. TR Bright and his wife, Jane Bright, also had a daughter, Marion Bessie HODGE (date of birth 26/2/1876 Clare and marriage 24/10/1901 Walkerville) wife of William Evans Hodge formerly of Georgetown, then Burra, then East Tce, Henley Beach. Mrs TR Bright was a Miss Jane ROGERS of Sandergrove near Strathalbyn. Her mother, Anne Rogers, was a daughter of a Mrs Margaret WRIGHT of Edwardstown Application 28252

No 1

BRIGHT, William farmer Yatala 1852 Memorial 353/43.

BRIGHT, William farmer Hope Valley 1853[-1858] Memorial 148/61

BRIGHT, William farmer Hope Valley. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 68 County Adelaide

BRIGHT, William farmer formerly of Hope Valley but at present absent from SA 1860 Memorial 140/167

No 1

BRIGHT, WS [probably William Stuart] solicitor Kooringa 1915 Memorial 55/472

BRIGHT, William Stuart solicitor Adelaide (Unity Chambers, Currie St) 1921 Application 26973

No 1

BRIGHTON, John labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 425/23

BRIGHTON, John labourer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Prospect 1851[-1858] Memorial 121/35.

BRIGHTON, John Thomas labourer Pulsford Rd, Prospect 1908 Application 25464

BRIGLING, Charles farmer Houghton 1854 Memorial 69/83

BRIMAGE, Percy Rodgers licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1913 Application 26248

No 1

BRIND, WJ Esquire Adelaide 1887[-1892] Manager of the SA Company Application 21168, Application 22422

BRIND, William John Esquire Adelaide appointed a member of the Board of Advice to the SA Company meeting in SA 1894 Memorial 116/422

No 1

BRINDLEY, Robert farmer Carlington [Callington?] 1854 Memorial 348/76

BRINDLEY, Robert farmer The Bremer 1855[-1856] Memorial 130/87

BRINDLEY, Robert farmer Harrogate Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1859 Grant Book 57 Page 154 County Sturt

BRINDLEY, Robert farmer Harrogate, died 15/10/1882. His widow, Ann Brindley, died 12/3/1900 Nairne, of chronic nephritis and cardiac failure, aged 68. Martha Brindley the youngest child of Robert Brindley and Ann nee DICK, was born 5/10/1876 Harrogate. Her older sister called Mary Brindley Application 24023

No 1

BRINE, James farmer Telowie 1892 Memorial 3/413

BRINE, James farmer Nelshaby trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Telowie Hundred of Telowie land grant 1898 Grant Book 24 Page 776

No 1

BRINE, William farmer Munno Para 1850 Memorial 462/24 Farmer Gawler River late 1850[-1861] Memorial 93/25

BRINE, William farmer Pt Gawler 1853[-1856] Memorial 305/59

BRINE, William farmer Virginia 1879 Memorial 19/314

BRINE, William farmer Gawler River 1873[-1880] Application 12466, Memorial 172/328

BRINE, William farmer Napperby, had died by 1902. Executors – Robert Brine farmer Miltalie and James Brine farmer Telowie Grant Book 60 Page 397 County Victoria

No 1

BRINKLEY, David farmer Echunga 1880 Memorial 59/324

BRINKLEY, David farmer near Nairne 1885 Memorial 242/363

BRINKLEY, David Robert farmer Hundred of Younghusband trustee School Hundred of Younghusband land grant 1892 Grant Book 54 Page 157 County Russell

BRINKLEY, John Samuel labourer Littlehampton 1857[-1860] Memorial 93/130

No 1

BRINKLEY, Joseph labourer Glen Ewin 1893 Application 22560

No 2

BRINKLEY, Joseph farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 479 County Daly

BRINKLEY, M acting private secretary to Governor Sir RG MACDONNELL of SA 1860 Memorial 125/165

No 1

BRINKLEY, Richard Frank farm labourer Barunga Co Daly. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 75 County Chandos

BRINKLEY, Richard Frank farmer Barunga Co Daly. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 121 County Buccleuch

BRINKLEY, Samuel labourer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 199/56

BRINKWORTH, Charles weaver Adelaide 1856 Memorial 84/108

No 1

BRINKWORTH, Daniel farmer Rocky River Booyoolie Co Victoria. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 90 County Stanley

BRINKWORTH, Daniel farmer Rocky River Booyoolie Co Victoria Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 498 County Frome

BRINKWORTH, Daniel farmer Palmer near Quorn Stephenson (Hundred of Palmer) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 96 County Newcastle

BRINKWORTH, Elizabeth widow Georgetown 1885 Memorial 235/370

No 1

BRINKWORTH, George and Thomas farmers Nailsworth 1857 Memorial 172/131

BRINKWORTH, George farmer Mt Templeton 1877 Memorial 24/306

BRINKWORTH, George farmer Magpie Creek near Angle Grove, died 1883. He left portion of his estate to his wife, Louisa Brinkworth, absolutely. The rest of the estate went into trust - Peter Brinkworth farmer Gulnare one of the trustees Memorial 182/350

No 1

BRINKWORTH, Jesse farmer Bundaleer Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 42 County Dalhousie

BRINKWORTH, Jesse farmer Yarrowie Co Frome but at present residing temporarily at Kalgoorlie WA 1896 Memorial 25/428

BRINKWORTH, Joseph farmer Nailsworth. Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1855[-1858] Memorial 193/106

No 1

BRINKWORTH, Peter farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 360 County Victoria

BRINKWORTH, Peter farmer Gulnare South. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 195 County Victoria

No 1

BRINKWORTH, Sarah Elizabeth widow farmer Auburn 1897 Memorial 228/433

BRINKWORTH, Sarah Elizabeth widow Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 335 County Daly

BRINKWORTH, Sarah Elizabeth widow Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 256 County Daly

No 1 – the Elder

BRINKWORTH, Thomas labourer Section 347 Great North Road 1849 Memorial 409/16

Farmer Walkerville 1850 Memorial 275/19

Farmer Nailsworth 1855[-1857] Memorial 186/85

BRINKWORTH, Thomas farmer Walkerville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 326 County Light

BRINKWORTH, Thomas farmer Light River. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 341 County Light

BRINKWORTH, Thomas farmer of the Gilbert near Saddleworth. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1863 Grant Book 44 Page 326 County Light

BRINKWORTH, Thomas formerly labourer Adelaide 1841 but now farmer Saddleworth 1864 Application 4937

BRINKWORTH, Thomas farmer Saddleworth 1867 Memorial 222/227

BRINKWORTH, Thomas the Elder farmer Manoora Co Light Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 87 County Stanley

BRINKWORTH, Thomas the Elder farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 355 County Victoria

BRINKWORTH, Thomas the Elder farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 156 County Victoria

BRINKWORTH, Thomas the Elder farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 90 County Stanley

BRINKWORTH, Thomas gentleman Gulnare South, died 28/2/1892. Father of Peter Brinkworth farmer Gulnare South Memorial 39/413

No 2 – the Younger

BRINKWORTH, Thomas the Younger of Yacka Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 92 County Stanley

BRINKWORTH, Thomas farmer Yacka trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

BRINNAGE, P of Hummock Hill 1917 Memorial 94/475

BRISCO, Richard Hamilton chaff merchant Redruth Redruth Methodist Church trustee 1903 Application 27966

BRISKHAM, Alexander George Herbert Registrar of Companies for SA 1943 Application 28337

BRISKHAM, Alexander George Herbert Registrar of Companies Adelaide 1955 Application 29368

No 1

BRISTER, James brickmaker Kensington 1848[-1852] Memorial 236/12

BRISTER, James publican Kensington 1853 Memorial 58/57

BRISTER, James licensed victualler Norwood 1853[-1855] Memorial 321/50

BRISTER, James yeoman The Parade Norwood 1853[-1854] Memorial 255/54

BRISTER, James perhaps of Norwood, father of Ann ZEUNER married woman Melbourne Vic and Elizabeth Brister spinster Brighton 1876 Memorial 118/293

BRISTER, Anne 19 spinster Adelaide (Father: James Brister) married August Wilhelm ZEUNER 26 bachelor licensed victualler Kapunda (Father: Wilhelm Zeuner) on 12/8/1867 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. Minister: Richardson REID. Witnesses:T Killick storekeeper Norwood and E Brister of Norwood. By 1915, Ann Zeuner was a widow at Glenelg. Her sister, Elizabeth Brister 31 Norwood married John Joseph O'MAHONY 40 bachelor manager Haid Park (Father: Patrick Jos O'Mahony) on 25/2/1884 St Ignatius Norwood. Minister: Joseph PETERS. Witnesses: Otto Wilhelm SCHRÖDER accountant Norwood and Agnes Killick of Norwood. The Brister sisters were nieces of Tiesdell Killick of Norwood. They received a legacy from the estate of John DIGBY gardener Beulah Rd, Norwood Application 26486.

BRISTER, James yeoman The Parade Norwood, died c1853. His personal estate to his wife, Ann. The real estate to go into trust for his wife to have the income for her lifetime, or remarriage, then to the Brister children in equal shares - by 1877 Elizabeth Brister spinster Norwood, and Ann ZEUNER wife of August Wilhelm Zeuner publican Melbourne Vic. Trustees - Frederick HOWARD of Tusmore and William WOOD bootmaker The Parade Norwood Application 16235

BRISTER, Ann widow Norwood relict of the late James Brister 1856 Memorial 170/108

BRISTER, Ann (usually called Annie) spinster The Parade, Norwood, daughter of the late James and Ann Brister of Norwood, and about to marry August Wilhelm ZEUNER 1869 Memorial 13/242

BRISTOL, James publican Kensington 1853 Memorial 58/57

BRISTON, John Barnabas formerly gentleman Adelaide 1860 but now clerk North Kensington 1866 Application 7721

No 1

BRISTOW, Abraham farmer Salisbury on the Para Plains 1851[-1858] Memorials 36/32 & 259/133

BRISTOW, Abraham of Penfield 1867 Memorial 24/225

BRISTOW, Abraham farmer Wilmington trustee Institute Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

BRISTOW, Abraham farmer Pinda, had died by 1899. Executor – Edgar Strowan Bristow farmer Willowie Grant Book 24 Page 592 County Frome

No 1

BRISTOW, Albert West farmer Penfield Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 746 County Frome

BRISTOW, Albert West farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 747 County Frome

BRISTOW, Albert West of Willowie 1889 Memorial 247/399

BRISTOW, Albert West farmer Willowie, had died by 1899. Executor – Edgar Strowan farmer Willowie Grant Book 24 Page 749 County Frome

BRISTOW, Braham Caesar farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1899 Grant Book 24 Page 749 County Frome

BRISTOW, Edgar Strowan farmer near Wilmington Hundred of Pinda land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 591 County Frome

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BRISTOW, George 28 farmer Willunga (Father: Thomas Bristow) married Susannah PETHICK 26 Willunga (Father: Abraham Pethick) on 24/5/1859, Holy Trinity Adelaide. Witnesses: John Pethick farmer Willunga and Mary Pethick of Willunga. By 1882 the Brewsters had emigrated to Canada (a place called Nottawa/Notawa??), and Mrs Brewster gave up her right to an annuity which her father had willed to her. She wrote to her brother, Abraham Pethick on 7/2/1882 ‘Our crops was very good here this year, we have had a very plesent winter here so far scarcely any snow’ Application 19102

BRISTOW, George the Younger linked with Section 130 Hundred of Dudley Co Carnarvon 1882 Memorial 80/343

BRISTOW, George farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 10 County Carnarvon

No 1

BRISTOW, George William labourer Kangaroo Island 1876 Memorial 74/288

BRISTOW, George William farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1876, eldest son and heir at law of the late Robert Bristow formerly builder Kangaroo Island Application 15214

BRISTOW, Henry builder Mt Gambier Mt Gambier township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 29 Page 201 County Grey

BRISTOW, James Francis gardener Athelstone 1879[-1895] Memorial 105/315, Application 22849

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRISTOW, John labourer Adelaide 1837. Enrolment

BRISTOW, John storekeeper Melrose 1868 Memorial 102/235

No 1

BRISTOW, John Barnabas gentleman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 100/165

BRISTOW, John Barnabas gentleman Kensington 1862 Memorial 94/183

BRISTOW, Leonard Alfred bookkeeper Adelaide 1876 Memorial 146/290

BRISTOW, Rita Grace married woman Kangarilla 1956 Application 29227

No 1

BRISTOW, Robert married Janet MARSHALL 23/12/1823 St Marylebone parish church Middlesex, England. A girl and a boy born to the marriage - girl not named. Boy called George William Bristow born 6/4/1827 and baptised 13/3/1836 at St Marylebone. Robert Bristow given as a brickmaker of Park Lane. The Bristows emigrated to SA shortly after their son's baptism, and lived on Kangaroo Island. Robert Bristow builder Kangaroo Island, died 26/4/1863 intestate of phthisis, aged 57. His widow, Janet, remarried to a William ADAMS of Kangaroo Island. Her son, George William Bristow, the heir at law to his father's estate, was a labourer and farmer Kangaroo Island 1876 Application 15214

BRISTOW, Robert formerly builder Adelaide 1839 but now innkeeper Marino 1841 Application 11438

BRISTOW, Robert innkeeper Old Brighton 1846 Memorial 316/7

BRISTOW, Robert farmer Old Brighton 1847 Application 14299

BRISTOW, Robert farmer Old Brighton 1853 Memorial 296/59

No 1

BRISTOW, William Syer milkman Alberton 1853 Memorial 357/59

BRISTOW, William Syer formerly milkman Alberton but now miner St Andrews Vic 1875 Memorial 1/285

BRISTOWE, Arthur of 71 King William St, Adelaide 1891 Memorial 215/408

No 1

BRISTOWE, Henry carpenter Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 179/99

BRISTOWE, Henry builder formerly of Pt Adelaide 1855 but now of Mt Gambier 1868 Application 9204

BRISTOWE, Henry cabinetmaker Mt Gambier 1878 Memorial 119/306

BRISTOWE, Henry carpenter Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10240

BRISTOWE, HW of Eudunda 1887 Memorial 101/382

BRISTOWE, William Robert of Elizabeth St, Wallaroo 1871 Memorial 27/255

BRISTOW-SMITH, Jeffery farmer Goolwa, aged 24 in 1955, declared that he had lived in Goolwa all his life Application 29117

No 1

BRISTOW-SMITH, Reginald Harold clerk Goolwa, aged 51 in 1955, declared that he had lived in Goolwa for 16 years, except for war service between 1942-1945. He had been Clerk of the District Council of Pt Elliot since 1938 Application 29111

BRISTOW-SMITH, Reginald Howard clerk Goolwa, district clerk Pt Elliot Disrict Council 1946, appointed to that position in March 1939 Application 28435

BRITT, James and William labourers Penola 1890 Application 21943

BRITT, John of Hammond 1881 Memorial 164/337

No 1

BRITT, William labourer Penola 1861[-1863] Memorial 411/179

BRITT, William carrier Penola 1865[-1865] Memorial 411/179

No 1

BRITTAIN, John storeman Walkerville 1863 Application 4575

No 2

BRITTAIN, John broker Adelaide 1872 Memorial 20/262

BRITTAIN, Robert William farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 372 County Daly

No 1

BRITAIN, William farmer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 198/79

BRITTAIN, William farmer pt Section 2879 near Philcox Hill 1856 Memorial 220/103

BRITTEN, J shoemaker Littlehampton 1885 Application 20430

BRITTLE, William Henry of Bertha bailiff of the Local Court Gawler 1862 Memorial 97/180

No 1

BRITTON, George labourer Hurtle Vale 1853 Memorial 123/58

BRITTON, George farmer Yankalilla 1858 Memorial 267/144

BRITTON, George farmer Yankalilla 1872 Application 11895

BRITTON, George farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1889[-1901] Grant Book 37 Page 231 County Hindmarsh

BRITTON, George grazier Hundred of Yankalilla 1907[-1911], died 9/8/1911. Uncle of Henry Thomas PEARCE, who died 22/4/1951. HT Pearce had a son, William Pearce dairyfarmer Yankalilla, who was born 7/2/1906 Memorial 95/467 & RPA Search 1214

BRITTON, George of Yankalilla, died 9/8/1911. His trustee, George Harris MCMILLAN agent Normanville, died 25/4/1914. G Britton an uncle of Henry Thomas PEARCE farmer Yankalilla Memorial 105/471

No 1

BRITTEN, John and Isabella his wife Mt Barker District 1840

BRITTON, John butcher formerly of the Mt Barker District but now of Forest Creek Vic 1857 linked with William Henry Britton butcher Forest Creek Vic but presently living at Mt Barker Memorial 89/130

BRITTON, John farmer Mt Barker District and Isabella Britton his wife 1866 Memorial 136/210

BRITTON, William Henry butcher usually of Chewton Vic but at present residing at Blakiston 1866 Memorial 180/214

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRITZA, Martin farmer North Rhine 1875 Application 14337

BRITZA, Martin labourer Tanunda 1896 Memorial 25/430

No 1

BROAD, Andrew and James of Currawildi St George Qld 1880 Memorial 97/321

BROAD, Andrew and James formerly of Currawildi St George Qld but now of Sydney NSW linked with Andrew Broad sheep farmer Sydney NSW 1881 Memorial 155/333

BROAD, Andrew stockholder Clifton Hill Station, Diamantina River 1882 Memorial 185/346

BROAD, Andrew sheep farmer Sydney NSW linked with James Broad sheep farmer Manley Beach near Sydney NSW 1890 Memorial 122/401

BROAD, Anthony, George and James linked with pastoral land north-east of Lake Eyre 1886 Memorial 177/380

BROAD, Burt Ludwig butcher Burra and Elizabeth Agatha Broad his wife 1947 Memorial 151/521

No 1 - prob mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BROAD, Henry farmer Norwood 1849. Norwood Methodist Chapel trustee. Enrolment 17/10

Foundation Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1850 Memorial 57/22

BROAD, Henry gardener Marden 1853[-1864] Memorial 198/61

BROAD, Henry farmer Payneham 1851[-1854] Payneham Wesleyan Chapel trustee Enrolment 19/10

Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 143/74

BROAD, Henry gardener and nurseryman Marden 1855[-1887] Memorial 209/90

BROAD, Henry farmer Burra 1854[-1856] Memorial 123/68

BROAD, Henry gardener Marden 1863 Application 19485

BROAD, Henry gardener Payneham Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

BROAD, Henry gardener Payneham 1891 Application 22095

No 1

BROAD, Henry Trebilcock butcher Kensington 1849 Memorial 7/16

BROAD, Henry Trebilcock butcher Norwood 1852 Memorial 295/39.

BROAD, Henry Trebilcock butcher Kensington 1854 Memorial 328/62

BROAD, Henry Trebilcock (usually known as Henry Broad) gentleman Marden, died c1903. Father of Mary Jane JAMES wife of Solomon Rowe James fruitgrower Marden. Grandfather of Alfred Charles James solicitor Adelaide Memorial 59/452

BROAD, James importer Adelaide 1887 Application 21177

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROAD, John innkeeper Hallett sold the Emu Hotel Black Springs for £550 to Charles WILLMOTT teamster Blinman 1874 Memorial 110/278

BROAD, John farmer near Hallett. Hundred of Bright land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 48 County Burra

BROAD, John linked with Section 25N Hundred of Bright Co Burra 1886 Memorial 71/377

BROAD, Kingsley Leslie stationhand Kooringa 1937 Memorial 129/511

BROAD, Nicholas farmer Baldina 1888 Memorial 56/391

No 1

BROAD, Samwell Charles farmer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bright land grant 1883[-1906] Grant Book 9 Page 47 County Burra

BROAD, Samuel Charles farmer Hundred of Bright Co Burra 1890 Memorial 110/403

No 1

BROAD, Thomas gentleman Adelaide Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 39 Page 80 County Jervois

No 2

BROAD, Thomas licensed victualler Pt Germein Hundred of Telowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 772 County Frome

BROAD, Thomas of Pt Germein trustee Institute Pt Germein Hundred of Telowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 774 County Frome

No 1

BROAD, Thomas Henry farmer Burra 1853[-1859] Memorial 135/61

BROAD, Thomas Henry farmer near the Sod Hut 1854[-1862] Memorial 100/77

BROAD, Thomas Henry farmer Happy Valley Hundred of Kooringa 1857 Memorial 323/113

BROAD, Thomas Henry formerly farmer Happy Valley Hundred of Kooringa 1857 but now sheep farmer near Kooringa 1866 Application 7570

No 1

BROADBEAR, William farmer Coromandel Valley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 183 County Victoria

BROADBEAR, William farmer Caltowie 1894 Memorial 243/421

BROADBEAR, William farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1899 Grant Book 60 Page 195 County Victoria

BROADBENT, Arthur farmer Cherry Gardens 1909[-1914] Memorial 146/462

No 1

BROADBENT, EF salesman Adelaide (15 Hindley St) 1914 Memorial 35/470

BROADBENT, EF accountant Adelaide (12 Pirie St) 1923 Memorial 109/487

BROADBENT, Elihu schoolmaster Kangarilla member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

BROADBENT, Elijah farmer Cherry Gardens 1857 Wesleyan Methodist member Memorial 6/122

BROADBENT, Ernest Arthur business agent formerly of 20 Gover St, North Adelaide but then of Pt Lincoln, died 19/12/1943 North Adelaide. Husband of Ida Violet Broadbent Memorial 182/517

No 1

BROADBENT, George law clerk Adelaide 1884[-1893] Memorial 130/359

BROADBENT, George accountant West Thebarton linked with Henry Broadbent storeman Adelaide (Wright St) 1890 Memorial 111/405

BROADBENT, Henry Field farmer Wandearah. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1895 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BROADBENT, James farmer Cherry Gardens 1852 Memorial 20/45

BROADBENT, James farmer [formerly of Cherry Gardens but now of] Hamilton on the Light 1863[-1870] Memorial 99/187

BROADBENT, James farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 501 County Frome

BROADBENT, James farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 506 County Frome

BROADBENT, James farmer Cherry Gardens, died 5/4/1879. Executors; Mary Broadbent of Glbert St, Adelaide and Elijah Broadbent farmer Cherry Gardens Memorial 112/469

BROADBENT, James farmer Adelaide, died not stated. His widow, Mary Broadbent, of North Kensington, died 2/3/1924. Executrix; Jessie Mabel HOLMES married woman North Kensington Memorials 145 & 155/491

No 1

BROADBENT, John draper Cherry Gardens 1857 Wesleyan Methodist member Memorial 6/122

BROADBENT, John Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee now corn dealer Kadina 1873 Applications 13995/14016

BROADBENT, John corn dealer formerly of Cherry Gardens but now of Kadina 1874 Application 14016

BROADBENT, John farmer formerly of Cherry Gardens but now of Kadina 1876 Memorial 225/288

No 1

BROADBENT, John Joseph Seton storeman Pt Pirie. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 478 County Victoria

BROADBENT, John Joseph Seton storeman Adelaide 1878 Memorial 220/311

No 1

BROADBENT, Levi farmer The Light 1854 Memorial 310/75

BROADBENT, Levi farmer Hamilton on the Light 1860[-1885] Memorial 131/166

BROADBENT, Levi farmer formerly of the Little Para 1851 but now of near Marrabel 1869 Application 10125

BROADBENT, Levi farmer Hamilton 1883 Application 19634

No 1

BROADBENT, Luke farmer Upper Sturt 1846 Memorial 4/7

BROADBENT, Luke and his wife Harriet Broadbent used to live in Manchester, Lancs, England. They emigrated to SA and settled at Cherry Gardens. Luke Broadbent died 14/6/1856. Children - James Broadbent farmer Cherry Gardens, Youngest daughter, Louis wife of Joseph BAIL bookmaker Wallaroo, elder daughter Elizabeth wife of William HOSKEN sheep farmer Smoky Bay near Pt Lincoln. Also sons John and Elijah Broadbent. Thomas TURNER farmer Coromandel Valley, who knew the Broadbents in England and Australia gave this information He was an executor of Luke Broadbent’s will Application 9924

BROADBENT, Luke farmer Cherry Gardens, died c1855. He had a son, Henry Broadbent, storeman Adelaide 1867 Application 8134

BROADBENT, P clerk Adelaide 1897 Memorial 107/433

No 1

BROADBENT, Reuben storekeeper Gawler 1896 Memorial 159/428

BROADBENT, Reuben storekeeper Gawler Co Gawler. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 304 County Not named

BROADBENT, Robert farmer now of Johnburgh 1883 Memorial 18/348

No 1

BROADBENT, William Henry music teacher North Adelaide (Barton Tce) 1883 Memorial 137/348

BROADBENT, WH the Younger clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 44/426

BROADBENT, WH clerk Adelaide 1896 Memorial 125/429

BROADBENT, WH proclaimed bank manager McLaren Vale 1936 Memorial 138/509

BROADBRIDGE, Percy Howard out of business 16 Sixth St, Bowden, aged 72 in 1956, declared that he had rented real estate in Park Tce, Bowden between 1925-1957 Application 29256

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROADBRIDGE, William builder Kensington 1849 Memorial 420/15

BROADBRIDGE, William farmer Pt Gawler 1868[-1869] Memorial 240/232, Application 9667

BROADFOOT, Alexander farmer The Meadows 1903, declared that he had live in the area since 1846 Application 24578

BROADFOOT, William out of business Thebarton 1910, declared that he had lived in the neighbourhood for 45 years Application 25726

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROADRIBB, Francis squatter The Billabong NSW 1859 Memorial 222/158

BROADRIBB, Francis Claudius stockholder Mingbool near Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 93/90

BROADRIBB, James farmer North Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 190 County Victoria

BROADRIBB, Joseph farmer Third Creek 1850 Memorial 250/22

BROADSTOCK, Henry Hamley licensed victualler Salisbury linked with James Hurtle Broadstock storekeeper Salisbury 1884 Memorial 27/359

BROADSTOCK, James labourer Salisbury linked with Joseph Broadstock farmer Salisbury 1855 Memorial 152/93

BROADSTOCK, James Hurtle storekeeper Salisbury 1883 Memorial 210/354

BROADSTOCK, John Joseph labourer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 15 County Chandos

No 1

BROADSTOCK, Joseph licensed victualler Little Para 1849 Memorial 60/14 Farmer Little Para 1850 Memorial 494/19

BROADSTOCK, Joseph farmer Little Para. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

BROADSTOCK, Joseph farmer Salisbury 1852[-1857] Memorial 34/39.

BROADSTOCK, Joseph storekeeper Salisbury 1852 Memorial 217/45

Farmer Salisbury late 1852 Memorial 302/45

BROADSTOCK, Joseph farmer Para River 1852[-1853] Memorial 390/43.

BROADSTOCK, Joseph dealer Salisbury 1858 Memorial 223/192

BROADSTOCK, Joseph timber merchant Salisbury 1859[-1864] Memorial 240/152, Applications 1122, 4891

BROADSTOCK, Joseph formerly farmer 1856 but now merchant Salisbury 1863 Application 4078.

BROADSTOCK, Joseph farmer near Salisbury 1864[-1871] Applications 4804, 11394

BROADSTOCK, Joseph formerly farmer Salisbury but now licensed victualler Cross Keys 1873 Application 12606

BROADSTOCK, Joseph licensed victualler Dry Creek Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 79 County Daly

BROADSTOCK, Joseph farmer near Salisbury 1874 Application 13600

BROADSTOCK, Joseph gentleman Salisbury 1882 Application 19220

BROADSTOCK, William gentleman Salisbury 1870 Application 10506

BROADWAY, James smelter Burra Burra Mine 1850 Memorial 476/26

BROCK, Alexander labourer Hamilton 1910 Application 25810

No 1

BROCK, Alexander Baird machinist Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 281/122

BROCK, Alexander Baird labourer Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 160/148

BROCK, Alexander Baird mechanist formerly of Nuriootpa 1857 but now of Reynella 1862 Application 3679

BROCK, Alfred storeman Adelaide linked with Jane Brock widow Unley 1870 Memorial 128/246

BROCK, Alfred storeman Adelaide (Thomas St) 1875 Memorial 170/282

BROCK, Alfred traveller formerly of Parkside but now of North Adelaide 1887 Memorial 229/386

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BROCK, Daniel yeoman Pt Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 124/20.

BROCK, Daniel George storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 73/52

BROCK, DG agent Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 301/93

BROCK, Daniel shipping agent Pt Adelaide Adelaide 1859 Memorial 260/160

BROCK, Daniel shipping agent Pt Adelaide had died by late September 1876. His widow, Delia Brock, now lived at Queenstown. His children included - Katherine GARDINER wife of Charles Lennox Gardiner gentleman Pt Adelaide, Annie BAYLEY wife of Williamm Henry Fox Bayley HM Customs Pt Adelaide, and Thomas Alsop Brock shipping agent Pt Adelaide Memorial 175/296

BROCK, Daniel port agent Queenstown, died 8/6/1867. His Queenstown home to his wife, Delia Brock, for life, then to be sold and his children to share the proceeds equally. His son, Thomas Allsop Brock to inherit his father’s business, and to pay his mother and sisters at least £2 a week for life for their upkeep. Estate worth £200. Delia Brock died 9/3/1886 Queenstown, of aneurism of the aorta, valvular heart disease and dropsy, aged 66. The Queenstown house sold by auction on 18/9/1889, to William Henry CAMMELL of Queenstown Application 21734

BROCK, Daniel George the Younger customs house agent Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 18/213

BROCK, David commission agent Pt Adelaide 1857[-1860] Memorial 24/127

No 1

BROCK, George carpenter Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 93/30

BROCK, George builder Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 158/44

BROCK, George yeoman Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 191/43

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BROCK, George farmer Tanunda 1853[-1855] Memorial 79/53

BROCK, George farmer Stockwell 1856 Memorial 203/106

BROCK, G carpenter Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 431/73

BROCK, George carpenter Angas Park 1854 Application 18182

BROCK, G carpenter Angas Park 1854 Memorial 456/77

BROCK, George builder Nuriootpa 1855[-1860] Memorial 37/98

BROCK, George farmer Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 128/125

BROCK, George carpenter Stockwell 1859 Memorial 140/159

BROCK, JA agent Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 94/324

No 1

BROCK, James Esquire Pt Phillip NSW purchased land at Glenelg in 1840. James Brock farmhand Capaan Vic married Charlotte nee FRENCH spinster 30/1/1845 Belfast Pt Fairy Vic. Both Presbyterians. Later, as a publican of Woodford Vic, died November 1849 intestate, of a fall from a horse while travelling between Befast and Woodford. His eldest son, Anger Vincent Brock, born 22/2/1846, inherited as heir at law, his father’s land at Glenelg. In April 1851, the widow remarried, to Peter MATHIESON farmer Purnim Vic. She died 1/1/1858. Her son was a farmer at Purnim. Robert SPROWLS farmer Woodford was working for James Brock at the time his son was born in 1846. William RUTLEDGE grazier Farnham Vic knew James Brock for 12 years before he died. He knew Charlotte Brock for 1 year before she married. Application 9558

No 2

BROCK, James farmer Hamilton on the Light 1865 Memorial 273/204

BROCK, James and William labourers Hamilton on the Light 1877 Memorial 143/299

No 1

BROCK, Jane widow Unley 1850[-1891] Memorial 208/26

BROCK, Jane widow Unley, died c1906. Mother of Alfred Brock commercial traveller Parkside and grandmother of Charles Brock of Unley son of her late son Frank Brock. Perhaps also mother to Annie MCGREGOR wife of Gregor McGregor MLC Memorial 171/454

No 1

BROCK, John farmer Pirton Farm near Tanunda 1850[-1858] Memorial 316/22

BROCK, John farmer Lyndoch Valley 1860 Memorial 116/163

No 1

BROCK, John the Younger farmer Wilmington. Hundred of Pinda land grant 1890 Grant Book 24 Page 592 County Frome

BROCK, John the Younger farmer Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 262 County Victoria

No 1

BROCK, Robert farmer Stockwell 1858 Memorial 153/138

BROCK, Robert formerly farmer Stockwell but now engineer Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 10/160

No 1

BROCK, Thomas Alsop shipping agent Queenstown 1871 Memorial 13/255

BROCK, Thomas Alsop shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1870[-1887] Applications 11135, 16976

BROCK, Thomas Alsop customs agent Parkside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 352 County Gawler

BROCK, Thomas Alsop gentleman Pt Adelaide 1895 Secretary and Manager of the Pt Adelaide Dock Company Ltd since its inception in 1878 Application 22915

BROCK, Thomas Alsop gentleman Pt Adelaide 1905[-1906] Memorial 33/454, Application 25347

BROCK, Thomas Alsop manager Pt Adelaide Dock Company Ltd Pt Adelaide 1907 Application 25309

BROCK, Thomas Alsop gentlemen Woodville 1926 Application 27469

BROCK, Thomas Baird of Oladdie Head Station 1884 Memorial 248/356

No 1

BROCK, William farmer Tanunda 1856 Memorial 67/98

BROCK, William farmer [formerly of Tanunda but now of] Stockwell 1862 Memorial 195/183

BROCK, William farmer near Stockwell 1862 Application 3265

BROCK, William farmer St Kitts Creek 1871 Application 11696

No 2

BROCK, William labourer near Hamilton on the Light 1877 Memorial 68/300

No 3

BROCK, William farmer Lyndoch Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 259 County Victoria

BROCK, William farmer near Narridy 1884 Memorial 230/357

BROCK, William farmer Hundred of Narridy and John Brock the Younger farmer Narridy 1893 Memorial 242/417

No 4 - perhaps the same person

BROCK, William civil servant Tiparra lighthouse 1886 Memorial 6/385

No 5

BROCK, William labourer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 222 County Daly

No 1

BROCK, W customs officer Pt Adelaide 1901 Memorial 227/450

BROCK, W customs officer Pt Adelaide 1901 Application 27710

No 1

BROCKENSHIRE, Benjamin yeoman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 82/94

BROCKENSHIRE, Benjamin farmer Flaxman Valley 1856 Memorial 318/111

BROCKENSHIRE, Nicholas miner Staughton village. Staughton Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1850 Memorial 260/28

BROCKHOFF, Friedrich mason Hahndorf 1863 Memorial 219/188

BROCKLEHURST, George William merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 282/54

No 1

BROCKMANN, Johann Christoph labourer Stepney 1851[-1852] Memorial 239/30

BROCKMANN, Johann Christoph farmer Stepney 1863[-1868] Application 4785

BROCKMANN, Anna Margarethe Prahm widow Stepney 1874 relict of the late Johann Christoph Brockmann formerly farmer Stepney 1852. The family included: Luise Auguste Caroline DUNK wife of Thomas Dunk, Anna Maria Brockmann and Johann Heinrich Brockmann Application 13302

BROCKMANN, Anna Margarethe Prahm widow Stepney 1874 relict of the late Johann Christoph Brockmann formerly farmer Stepney 1852. The family included: Luise Auguste Caroline DUNK wife of Thomas Dunk, Anna Maria Brockmann and Johann Heinrich Brockmann Application 13302

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BROCKMANN, Johann Heinrich storekeeper Orroroo 1884-1887] Memorial 38/355

BROCKMANN, Johann Heinrich of Gilberton 1889 Memorial 241/400

No 1

BROCKMEIER, Franz Heinrich farmer Worthing Mine near Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 433/63

BROCKMEIER, Franz Heinrich farmer O'Halloran Hill 1856 Memorial 275/97

BROCKMEYER, Franz farmer Tapley Hill 1850 Memorial 239/24

BROCKMEYER, Franz Heinrich farmer O'Halloran Hill 1853 Memorial 159/122

BROCKMEYER, Franz Heinrich farmer Tapley Hill 1857 Application 3547.

BROCKMEYER, HF publican Darlington 1877 Application 16082

No 1

BROCKMEYER, Matilda Augusta spinster Reynella 1909 Memorial 116/461

BROCKMEYER, Matilda Augusta spinster formerly of Reynella but now of Adelaide 1924 Memorial 172/490

BROCKMÜLLER, Hans Heinrich Christian farmer Rosenthal 1853 Memorial 284/49

BROCKSOPP, J E solicitor Adelaide 1937 Memorial 159/510

BROCKSOPP, William Edward John merchant Adelaide 1899[-1906] Memorial 116/439

BRODIE, Agnes widow Alberton 1855 Memorial 78/89

No 1 - the Elder

BRODIE, Alexander Brodie formerly agriculturalist Adelaide but now gentleman Morphett Vale and Jourdania Cunningham Brodie nee GRAY his wife 1840. The Brodies had married in Scotland Application 19722

BRODIE, Alexander farmer Claremont Cottage Morphett Vale 1847[-1855] Memorial 449/8.

Husband of Jourdiana Cunningham Gray Brodie 1847[-1851] Memorial 387/34.

BRODIE, Jourdania Cunningham Brodie widow Claremont Morphett Vale, died 25/1/1883. Mother of Alexander Brodie, Louisa Harriet Baillie MYLES and Jourdiana Maria STOW. Grandmother of Laura Louisa Stow, Harriet Louisa Gray Stow, Alexandria Mabel Stow, Lily Myles and Marion Myles. Aunt to John Brodie SPENCE MLC of Adelaide. Estate worth £2,100 Application 19722

BRODIE, Alexander farmer Colaston Mains, Co Haddington, Scotland, before his marriage in 1830, entered into a marriage settlement with his intended wife, Jourdaina Cunningham GRAY youngest daughter of Andrew Gray Esquire of Craigs, Scotland now deceased. The future Mrs Brodie would be assured of £150 a year for life, or £100 a year if she should remarry on becoming a widow. Following the deaths of both husband and wife, their children would have £2,500 to share amongst them, or £1,500 to inherit in the case of only one child. The Brodies emigrated to SA, where Alexander Brodie was an agriculturalist in 1840. Allan McFarlane the Elder Esquire Elmsley near Mt Barker 1840 was a trustee in Scotland and had also emigrated to SA. The other trustee was Thomas WILSON gentleman Adelaide. The Brodies became bankrupt c1847 and sold their mortgaged Country Sections 543 and 454 Survey B (mortgaged to William Glegg Gover Esquire Chester Square, Middlesex, England for £100 at 25% in 1840) for £210 to Thomas Shuldham O'Halloran Application 29777

No 2 - the Younger

BRODIE, Alexander stockholder Point Sturt 1873[-1875] Application 13109

BRODIE, Alexander gentleman Morphett Vale and Emma Edmonds Brodie his wife 1892 Memorial 31/415

Cemetery trustee 1892 Enrolment 50/54

No 1

BRODIE, Henry LG clerk to Messrs SMART & BAYNE solicitors Adelaide 1846[-1847] Memorial 25/7

BRODIE, HLG of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 19/99

BRODIE, James Chalmers linked with leasehold land in the Hundred of Ridley beside the Murray River 1879 Memorial 105/344

No 1

BRODIE, James George farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1888[-1890] Memorial 31/393

BRODIE, James George retired farmer Willaston near Gawler 1912[-1923] Memorial 106/466, Application 27179

No 1

BRODIE, John farmer Cox Creek 1855 Memorial 485/79

BRODIE, John labourer Cox Creek 1856 Memorial 305/112

BRODIE, John farmer Cox Creek 1867 Application 8891

BRODIE, John gardener Section 1202 Hundred of Onkaparinga Stirling East 1877 Application 16046

BRODIE, John farmer Cox Creek 1881 Application 18703

No 2

BRODIE, John farmer near Normanville 1902 Application 24422

No 1

BRODIE, Joseph labourer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 468/91

BRODIE, Joseph farmer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 135 County Light

BRODIE, Joseph farmer Kapunda 1864 Memorial 28/199

BRODIE, Joseph farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda 1872[-1887] Memorial 10/263

BRODIE, Joseph farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda. Uncle of Mary WALSH 'who has for many years resided with and acted as the housekeeper, nurse and faithful attendant', about to marry Methusalem EVANS farmer Kapunda 1891 Memorial 117/410

BROGAN, Edward farmer Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1924 Grant Book 2 Page 105 County Adelaide

No 1

BROGAN, Nicholas farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 68 County Victoria

BROGAN, Nicholas farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 64 County Victoria

BROGAN, Nicholas farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 74 County Victoria

No 1

BROGGY, Richard farmer Kapunda 1851[-1852] Memorial 122/59 BROGGY, Richard farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of Kooringa 1853 Memorial 291/59

BROGGY, Richard farmer [formerly of Kooringa but now of] Kapunda 1857 Application 3454

BROGGY, Richard farmer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 135 County Light

BROGGY, Richard farmer Ross Creek 1859 Memorial 47/157

BROGGY, Richard farmer Section 144 Hundred of Kapunda 1864 Memorial 28/199

BROGGY, Richard labourer Kapunda 1862 Application 2895

BROGGY, Richard 60 labourer Kapunda (Father: Patrick Broggy) married Mary REGAN 33 widow Kapunda (no father mentioned) on 31/8/1865, St John's nr Kapunda. Witnesses: Joseph BRODIE farmer Ross Creek and Margaret ROSS matron Kapunda. Richard Broggy died - date not mentioned. Mary Broggy widow Ross Creek near ­Kapunda 1880 Application 18346

BROKATE, Johann Friedrich Christoph saddler Mt Torrens 1858 Application 154

BROKENSHIRE, Edward of Broken Hill NSW had a mineral lease of land south of Brinkworth Hill 1889 Memorial 201/395

BROKENSHIRE, James farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1857] Memorial 142/69

No 1

BROKENSHIRE, Joseph gentleman Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 56 County Daly

BROKENSHIRE, Joseph farmer neaer Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 64 County Daly

BROKENSHIRE, Nicholas settler Nairne 1851 Memorial 483/34.

BROKENSHIRE, Robert farmer Goolwa 1859 Memorial 92/151

BROKENSHIRE, Thomas farmer Thebarton 1853 Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 120/58

BROKENSHIRE, William Henry of SA leased the Joker Silver Lead Mine near Mt Partridge 1891 Memorial 51/411

BROMICK, James of Westward Ho 1888 Memorial 95/392

BROMLEY, Charlie stockrider William Creek 1892 Memorial 6/415

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROMLEY, Edward shoemaker Hindmarsh 1844[-1849] Memorial 429/91

Shoemaker Salisbury 1850[-1855] Memorial 454/24

BROMLEY, Edward of Penola 1867 Memorial 4/227

BROMLEY, George farmer near Morgan 1885 Memorial 10/369

No 1

BROMLEY, James Edward of Redruth 1850 Memorial 383/20

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

BROMLEY, James Edward shoemaker Auburn 1852 Memorial 341/42.

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BROMLEY, James Edward farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 472/79

BRONNICK, James of Westward Ho 1888 Memorial 95/392

BRONS, Frederick farmer Bugle Ranges 1855 Memorial 379/92

BROOK, Albert Esquire Meltham Vic, but presently visiting Adelaide 1859 Application 830

BROOK, Alfred of Brookside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 106 County Dalhousie

BROOK, Allen carter Glen Osmond 1889 Application 21619

No 1

BROOK, Benjamin, Henry, Thomas and William formerly farmers Lyndoch Valley 1855 now sheep farmers Levi's Waterholes near Truro 1864 ; William a farmer there 1874 Application 13866

BROOK, Benjamin farmer Brookside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 110 County Dalhousie

BROOK, Benjamin farmer Pekina farmer. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 13 Page 110 County Dalhousie

BROOK, Charles farmer Woodchester on the Bremer and Elsie Mary Brook his wife. Prudence Lillian Brook mentioned but not described 1919 Memorial 6/479

No 1

BROOK, Frederick farmer Yankalilla 1892 Memorial 156/412

BROOK, Frederick farmer Yankalilla 1898 Application 23547

BROOK, Frederick farmer Torrens Vale 1901 Application 24177

BROOK, Frederick farmer Torrens Vale near Yankalilla 1906 Memorial 198/454

BROOK, Frederick gentleman formerly of Yankalilla but now of Pimipinio Vic 1915 Memorial 5/474

BROOK, Frederick farmer formerly of Torrens Vale near Yankalilla but now of Pimipinio Vic 1921 Memorial 74/484

No 1

BROOK, Henry overseer Konorong Murray River 1862 Memorial 65/187

BROOK, Henry sheepfarmer formerly of Levi's Waterholes near Dutton but now of Moorara Station Darling River NSW 1868 Memorial 107/230

BROOK, Henry sheep farmer Moorara Station NSW had business interests in SA 1870 Memorial 9/249

BROOK, Henry sheep farmer near Dutton 1881 Memorial 180/338

BROOK, Henry sheepfarmer Frankton 1892 Memorial 115/415

No 1

BROOK, James of South Tce, Adelaide 1857 Memorial 345/117

BROOK, James clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1858[-1860] Memorials 295/138 & 88/150

BROOK, James clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide (King William St) 1859 Memorial 250/152

BROOK, James of King William St, Adelaide 1858 Memorial 231/137

BROOK, James law clerk Adelaide 1861 Memorial 22/178

BROOK, James clerk to SJ WAY solicitor Adelaide 1864[-1868] Memorial 306/194

BROOK, James solicitor Adelaide 1868[-1872] Memorial 142/231

No 2

BROOK, James butcher Hawker 1886 Memorial 140/376

BROOK, Jonathan quarryman Mitcham 1875 Memorial 243/285

No 1

BROOK, John farmer Thornaville near Willunga 1847 Application 9927

No 2

BROOK, John farmer formerly of Waitpinga 1861 but now of Dairy Flat near Yankalilla 1868 Application 9211

No 3

BROOK, John farmer Dutton 1895 Memorial 64/426

No 4

BROOK, John farmer 29 Gurney Road, Dulwich, died 15/6/1931 Winchester St, Rosefield. Estate worth £7,806. Son of Charity Brook. Step-father of Leslie Clifford PATTERSON, Arnold Ackland Patterson, Ivy Elsie Patterson and Myrtle Laurel RUSSELL. Brother of Benjamin Brook. Father of Una Gladys Brook Memorial 175/504

BROOK, Levi farmer Levi's waterhole near Truro 1860 Application 1736

BROOK, Mark Wells labourer Troubridge Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 146 County Fergusson

BROOK, Perry Albert telegraphist formerly of East Adelaide, now of South Rd, Edwardstown 1927, and Phyllis Horwood Brook his wife Application 27635

No 1

BROOK, Thomas the Elder Esquire Pencraig Court, near Rossin, Co Hereford, England, died c1850. He had formerly lived in Leytonstone House, Essex, [with offices in King’s Arms Yard, London] when he invested in SA Country Sections 1 & 2 on the way to Gawler, in 1839. The Traveller’s Rest Inn opened on this site. T Brook left his wife, Sarah Ann nee RICH, Pencraig Court for life, then to his eldest son, Thomas Brook the Younger (the trustees had to pay him £200 out of the estate each year while his mother lived in the house). Thomas also to receive his father’s land at Meltham, near Geelong Vic. The second son, Albert Brook, to get the Lake Alexandrina land [Currency Creek Special Survey, rented out to George LUSH], the Leyton Brook estate land on the road to Gawler, any SA mining shares, and land at Ausralind in WA. Estate worth £14,000. Albert Brook emigrated to Meltham Vic, and paid a visit to SA in 1859 to place his property under the RPA (amongst other things). He was 20 years old in 1855. [The Brook family appeared heavily involved in the Yorkshire woollen industry in the West Riding; The Rich family (Robert Rich was Thomas Brook the Elder’s father-in-law) had links with the Rope Makers Company) Applications 830 and 836

BROOK, Thomas Esquire Pencraig Court, near Ross, Co Hereford, England, died 10/9/1850. He left certain property in trust for his children. His son, Albert Brook, to receive all his estate near Lake Alexandrina SA and land at Australind WA, and also all SA mining shares, when he became 21. Albert Brook travelled to Australia, where he was staying with a relative, James RILEY gentleman Meltham near Geelong Vic. Son, Thomas Brook, to receive the Meltham Estate in Vic. Power of attorney to James Riley to assist Albert Brook obtain possession of his inheritance in Australia, but still manage the estates himself if he believed the action proper 17/4/1852. Trustees: Sarah Ann Brook widow of T Brook Pencraig Court; Joseph Brook wool stapler Huddersfield, Yorks, England, and Charles Brook silk throwster Healey House, near Huddersfield, Yorks Deposit 326/OA

BROOK, Thomas William commercial traveller formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1884 Memorial 153/362

No 1

BROOK, William farmer Onkaparinga 1851 Memorial 480/34.

BROOK, William farmer Onkaparinga Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1857 Grant Book 37 Page 961 County Hindmarsh

BROOK, William farmer near Charleston 1858 Memorial 134/145

BROOK, William farmer Woodchester. Woodchester Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1863[-1883] Memorial 148/304

BROOK, William farmer Woodchester 1867 Application 8574

BROOK, William farmer Woodchester Co Hindmarsh. Custon (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 7 Page 73 County Buckingham

BROOK, William the Elder farmer formerly of the Onkaparinga but now of Woodchester father of William Brook the Younger and Charles Brook farmers Woodchester 1894 Memorial 132/420

BROOK, William farmer Woodchester on the Bremer 1904 Memorial 185/451

BROOK, William farmer Woodchester and Prudence Lillian Brook his wife 1919 Memorial 200/478

BROOK, William farmer Woodchester on the Bremer, died 5/9/1939. Executors; Albert Brook gardener Edwardstown and Douglas McGregor Brook company director Linden Park Memorial 6/514

No 2

BROOK, William sheep farmer Levi's Waterhole near Truro linked with Henry Brook of the same place. Possibly another Henry Brook in Truro 1873 Memorial 26/269

BROOK, William sheep farmer Levi's Waterhole near Dutton 1876 Memorial 223/292

BROOK, William sheep farmer Brookside near Dutton 1887 Memorial 38/387

No 3

BROOK, William accountant Adelaide 1889 One liquidator of the Commercial Bank of SA Application 21531

No 1

BROOK, William John storekeeper Willowie 1871 Memorial 72/255

No 2

BROOK, William John accountant Adelaide 1875[-1899] Application 26500, Memorial 107/289

BROOK, William John accountant North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1886 Grant Book 9 Page 120 County Burra

BROOK, William John accountant to the Penrhyn Gold Reefing Co of Royal Chambers Currie St, Adelaide 1882 Memorial 70/337

BROOK, William John accountant Adelaide Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 693 County Frome

BROOK, William John of Adelaide manager of the Bank of New Zealand at Adelaide 1888 Memorial 244/393

BROOK, William John acountant Adelaide 1892 Memorial 188/415

BROOK, William John commission agent Adelaide 1892 Application 22290

BROOK, William John accountant Adelaide 1907 Memorial 55/457

BROOKE, BP stockman Home Bush Station Qld 1875 Memorial 63/280

BROOKE, Charles of Rosina St, Adelaide 1847 Memorial 118/10

BROOKE, EE nurse Kooringa 1930 Memorial 88/504

BROOKE, George sheep farmer Kulpara 1893 Memorial 221/416

BROOKE, Henry T of Robe 1854 Memorial 283/74

BROOKE, John mason North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 229/57

BROOKE, William J bank clerk Adelaide 1888 Memorial 62/395

No 1

BROOKE, William Charles Robert engineer 5 Chuch Road, Upper Mitcham son of Myrtle Victoria Brooke married woman Goolwa who died 9/3/1950. Joyce Ethel Brooke no description was another child Memorial 157/527

BROOKE, William Charles Robert engineer 5 Church Road, Upper Mitcham 1955 Memorial 103/530

BROOKE, Myrtle Victoria married woman Goolwa, died 9/3/1950. A life-long resident of Goolwa, she was the daughter of William Arthur LACKINGTON of Goolwa, who died 5/1/1947. No mention of her husband. Mrs Brooke had two children - William Charles Robert Brooke engineer 5 Church Rd, Upper Mitcham, aged 47 in 1956, who declared he had lived at Goolwa until he was 13 and had gone to Adelaide to school and University & Joyce Ethel PRICE nee Brooke married woman 388 Glen Eira Rd, Caulfield Vic Application 29156

BROOKE, William O"Shaughnessy of Adelaide 1886 Memorial 105/377

BROOKE, WS bank clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 247/386

BROOKER, Ernest William farmer Wilkawatt trustee Methodist Mission Hall Wilkawatt 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

No 1

BROOKER, John farmer Evanston Hundred of Munno Para 1853 Memorial 421/49

BROOKER, John farmer Gawler Hills near Gawler 1859[-1860] Memorial 186/150

BROOKER, John farmer Light River near the Redbanks 1859 Memorial 177/151

No 2

BROOKER, John hawker Croydon 1885 Application 20709

BROOKER, John fruiterer Croydon 1891 Memorial 107/409

BROOKER, John fruiterer Croydon 1895 Application 22885

BROOKER, Reuben cabinetmaker Adelaide 1880 Application 18484

BROOKER, Stephen labourer Norwood 1851 Memorial 49/31

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROOKER, Thomas Henry hawker Underdale 1871 Application 11613

BROOKER, Thomas Henry Secretary The Adelaide Fruit and Produce Exchange Ltd 1907 Application 25305

No 1

BROOKER, William painter and glazier Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 224/79 Husband of Eliza Brooker 1856 Memorial 280/104

BROOKER, William painter Stepney. His wife, Eliza Brooker, died 17/11/1863 of scarlatina, aged 35 Application 17687

BROOKER, William painter & glazier Stepney 1864 Application 5073

BROOKER, William gentleman Stepney 1892 Application 22225

No 2 - likely to be the same person

BROOKER, William bricklayer Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 131/133

BROOKER, William bricklayer Croydon 1857 Memorial 247/121

No 3

BROOKER, William pound keeper Hindmarsh 1885 Application 20709

No 4 - likely to be the same person

BROOKER, William ironmonger Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 244/349

BROOKER, William ironmonger Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wolseley (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 86 County Buckingham

BROOKER, William ironmonger and importer Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 138/386

BROOKER, William gentleman Woodville 1900 Memorial 245/439

BROOKER, William ironmonger Woodville 1904[-1906] Memorial 126/451

BROOKER, William, MCDONALD, James Eddston and William Arthur, and SCALES, George McArthur, ironmongers Pt Adelaide, trading under the name of Crooks & Brooker 1895 Application 22908

BROOKER, William no description director of CROOKS & BROOKER Ltd of Adelaide 1911 Memorial 143/465

No 5

BROOKER, William storekeeper Norwood Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 626 County Frome

No 6 - likely to be the same person

BROOKER, William wheelwright York 1888 Application 21517

BROOKER, William wheelwright Croydon 1912 Application 26135.

BROOKER, William grocer Queen St, Croydon 1919 Application 26795.

BROOKER, William grocer Croydon 1920, declared that he had lived in Beverley (1875-1900), York and Croydon for c45 years Application 26947

No 1

BROOKES, Henry Edward gentleman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 76/6

BROOKES, Henry Edward gentleman Adelaide (Gouger St) 1856[-1857] He owned a 40-acre leasehold property called Reynella Farm (pt Section 204 Survey B) Memorial 82/101

BROOKES, Henry Edward of Adelaide, Superintendent of Cemeteries 1878 Memorial 36/307

BROOKES, Henry Edward gentleman Adelaide 1891 Application 22103
BROOKES, William painter Adelaide 1891 Memorial 64/411

BROOKMAN, Andrew Duncan printer Adelaide, died 28/4/1871 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Lillias Brookman, (by 1883, Mary Lillias HAY wife of William Hay farmer Mt Gambier), to settle his £20 estate. Mrs Brookman remarried on 21/9/1875 Memorials 214 & 215/351

No 1

BROOKMAN, Benjamin printer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 385/66

BROOKMAN, Benjamin printer Prospect 1855 Memorial 445/93

BROOKMAN, Benjamin clerk Adelaide 1881 Application 18599

BROOKMAN, Benjamin printer Adelaide, declared that he had bought Block 34 of Section 372 Hundred of Yatala in 1854, and lived there for five years. He then shifted next door and leased out the cottage to various tenants until 1882, when he moved away from the area and leased out both properties to tenants, one being a Mr FERNELLEY 1883 Application 19835

BROOKMAN, Benjamin retired civil servant Prospect 1906. He came to the area in 1865 Application 25134

BROOKMAN, George grocer Adelaide (King William St) 1883[-1887] Memorial 215/351

No 1

BROOKMAN, Norman pastoralist Glenthorne O'Halloran Hill 1909 Memorial 24/462

BROOKMAN, Norman pastoralist formerly of O'Halloran Hill but now of Dingabledinga near Meadows 1914 Application 26256

BROOKMAN, Norman grazier Burbrook Meadows. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1926 Grant Book 2 Page 106 County Adelaide

No 1

BROOKS, Abraham licensed victualler Norwood 1850 Memorial 333/25

No 2 - likely to be the same person

BROOKS, Abraham saddler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 341/68

BROOKS, Abraham saddler formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1858 Memorial 143/150

BROOKS, Abraham whipmaker Taittaillia/Tattaila NSW. He bought land in Survey B 1866[-1867] Memorial 56/217

No 3

BROOKS, Abraham farmer Section 2173 Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1862 Application 3151

BROOKS, Alexander Knight butcher Blakiston 1855 Memorial 230/93

No 1

BROOKS, Alfred farmer Section 2173 Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1862 Application 3152

BROOKS, Alfred farmer Upper Wakefield eldest son and heir at law of the late Joseph Brooks formerly farmer Upper Wakefield now deceased and his wife, Elizabeth Brooks, a widow of Upper Wakefield by 1862 Memorial 19/184

BROOKS, Alfred farmer Upper Wakefield linked with Elizabeth Brooks widow Upper Wakefield 1862 Memorial 195/227.

BROOKS, Alfred Herbert hotelkeeper Black Lion Hotel Richard St, Hindmarsh 1923 Memorial 99/487

BROOKS, Andrew and Thomas farmers Amyton 1885 Memorial 182/368

BROOKS, Andrew Alexander Knight butcher Blakiston 1855[-1869] Memorial 230/93

No 1

BROOKS, Charles Henry licensed victualler Adelaide (Rundle St) 1879 Memorial 17/318

BROOKS, Charles Henry publican formerly of Rundle St, Adelaide, but now of Norwood 1881 Application 18839

BROOKS, Charles Henry licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide (Rundle St) but now of Glenelg 1881 Memorial 170/329

BROOKS, Charles Henry gentleman Glenelg about to depart on a visit to England March 1882 Memorial 228/339

BROOKS, David Moody William agent Eudunda 1883 Memorial105/347

BROOKS, Edmund Albert Charles linked with George William Brooks Hundred of Moorowie 1902 Memorial 10/446

BROOKS, Edward painter and glazier North Adelaide 1851[-1854]. Enrolment 58/25

BROOKS, Edwin of Hurtle Vale 1855 Memorial 357/84

No 1

BROOKS, Frederick splitter Balhannah 1875 Memorial 101/285

No 2

BROOKS, Frederick teamster Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 417 County Dalhousie

No 1

BROOKS, George bootmaker Adelaide (Gouger St) 1851 Memorial 60/35.

No 1

BROOKS, George and William vinegrowers Hurtle Vale linked with Elizabeth Brooks governess Hurtle Vale and Nathaniel Brooks gentleman Hurtle Vale 1864 Memorial 6/200

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROOKS, George farmer Inkerman 1877 Application 16423

BROOKS, George farmer Hundred of Inkerman 1884 Memorial 159/356

BROOKS, George farmer Pt Wakefield 1892 Memorial 162/415

BROOKS, George farmer Pt Wakefield Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1896 Grant Book 27 Page 148 County Gawler

BROOKS, George farmer Kulpara 1893 Application 22606

BROOKS, George farmer Kulpara 1894 Memorial 213/420

BROOKS, George landowner Kulpara linked with George William Brooks farmer Moorowie 1899 Memorial 86/438

BROOKS, George farmer Orrie Cowie Warooka 1903 Memorial 31/449

No 2

BROOKS, George sheep farmer Clare 1905 Application 25024

No 3

BROOKS, George carter Thornton St, Kensington 1912 Application 26111

BROOKS, Hector George pastoralist Buckland Park Two Wells 1944 Memorial

56/518

BROOKS, Hector Buckland grazier Ilya Virginia linked with Hector George Brooks pastoralist Buckland Park Two Wells 1962 Memorial 8/534

No 1

BROOKS, Henry shoemaker Marden 1856 Memorial 279/96

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BROOKS, Henry inspector of cemeteries Adelaide 1865 Memorial 143/203

BROOKS, Henry clerk Norwood 1873 Memorial 14/267

No 2

BROOKS, Henry farmer Kersbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 121 County Victoria

BROOKS, Henry farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Blakc Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 107 County Dalhousie

No 3 - perhaps the same person

BROOKS, Henry farmer Sandal Vale Hundred of Dutton 1878 Memorial 186/305

BROOKS, Henry agent Eudunda 1882 Memorial 225/345

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROOKS, Henry E of Gouger St, Adelaide 1848 Memorial 2/32

BROOKS, Henry Edward gentleman Adelaide 1884 Application 20097

No 2

BROOKS, Henry Edward gentleman Adelaide (South Tce) one of His Majesty's Imperial Service Order, died 26/5/1909. Father of Emily Annette HOWELL of South Tce. Clement WELLS gentleman and formerly Alderman of The Adelaide City Council South Tce was an executor Memorial 106/462

BROOKS, HJ newsagent Knoxville 1920 Application 26911

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BROOKS, James carrier The Tiers linked with William Brooks splitter Kensington 1846 Memorial 438/6

BROOK/BROOKS, James cattleholder Stringybark Forest near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 111/7

BROOKS, James farmer Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 95/96

BROOKS, James farmer New Stringybark Forest 1850 Memorial 68/27

BROOKS, James cattle holder New Stringybark Forest and BROOKS, William yeoman New Tiers 1851 Memorial 464/30.

BROOKS, James farmer New Tiers 1853[-1855] Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant Memorial 124/83

BROOKS, James cattleholder New Stringybark Forest 1856 Memorial 302/112

BROOKS, James farmer Section 42 adjacent to Little Mt Lofty and 'to the eastward of the Mt Lofty Ridge road' 1858 Memorial 284/144

No 2

BROOKS, James farmer pt Section 1009 New Stringybark Forest 1858 Application 91

No 3

BROOKS, James carter Findon 1852 Memorial 443/40.

BROOKS, James carter Beverley 1856 Memorial 38/107

BROOKS, James carrier Port Road 1859 Memorial 25/161

BROOKS, James carter Port Road 1861 Application 2508

BROOKS, James farmer Beverley 1862 Application 2930

BROOKS, James farmer Beverley, died 1864. He left his entire estate in trust for the benefit of all his children and the issue of deceased children taking their equal share. The real estate to be sold and all the assets equally divided once the youngest child turned 21 or being a daughter marrying Memorial 81/195

BROOKS, James died 7/5/1864 at Beverley. His youngest child (and only son) Joseph Brooks carter Beverley turned 21 on 2/6/1881. Daughters - Hannah Hunt wife of William Hunt carter Kilkenny, Elizabeth Ann BAILEY wife of William Thomas Bailey carter Kilkenny and Mary RUMP wife of Jesse Rump carter Beverley Memorials 133-337/339

BROOKS, James the Elder carter Findon 1849 later farmer Port Road by 1855 and Elizabeth HOCKING his wife. They had the following children - Elizabeth Ann Brooks born 24/4/1849, James Henry Brooks Junr born 19/9/1853, Mary Brooks born 16/9/1855, Ann Brooks born 1/4/1858 and Joseph Brooks born 2/6/1860. James Brooks the Elder died 7/5/1864. He left his real estate in trust, for equal division amongst his children once all of them had turned 21, or the girls had married Application 18744

Brooks, James farmer Beverley on the Port Road, died 1864. James Brooks put his estate in trust with John BULLOCK gentleman Adelaide and John Thomas HEADDEY brickmaker Beverley. All the estate to be sold and each child to inherit his/her share when turing 21 or the girls marry. Daughter Elizabeth Ann Brooks to get £20 more than the other children Application 24963

BROOKS, James of Beverley, died 7/5/1864. He left his real estate in trust for his children to inherit in equal shares absolutely once they turned 21, or the daughters had married. The testator's son, Joseph Brooks carter Beverley, turned 21 2/6/1881. The testator's daughter, Mary Brooks, was the wife of Jesse RUMP carter Beverley. The surviving trustee, John Thomas HEADDEY formerly brickmaker Beverley, now out of business, arranged to place her share - three lots of land in Beverley in trust with Alfred BONNIN gentleman Adelaide, for Mrs Rump’s use for life, for her own use completely, then to her husband absolutely in remainder expectant, if he survived her. The other trustee, John BULLOCK agent Adelaide, had died 8/3/1879 Enrolment 43/53

BROOKS, James Henry carter Beverley on the Port Road 1880 Memorial 190/324

No 1 - possibly the same person

BROOKS, John and William labourers Kensington 1851[-1853] Memorial 436/30.

BROOKS, John farmer Section 301 Survey B 1854 Memorial 242/66

No 2 - possibly the same person

BROOKS, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1862[-1867], son of the late Joseph Brooks formerly farmer Upper Wakefield and his wife, Elizabeth Brooks (now a widow), and brother of Alfred Brooks (eldest son of Joseph Brooks) Memorial 209/184

BROOKS, John farmer near Watervale, died 26/2/1867. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Jane Brooks. On 29/8/1867, Mary Jane Brooks remarried at Wallaroo to Alexander Brown farmer Upper Wakefield Memorials 33 & 34/239

No 3
BROOKS, John farmer near Freeling 1866 Memorial 12/218

No 4

BROOKS, John labourer Finchley and Elizabeth Brooks his wife 1871. John Brooks died c1880 intestate. Estate worth £200. Perhaps Nicholas Richards Brooks builder Murray Park belonged to this family Memorials 152/321, 247/448

BROOKS, John labourer Finchley near Magill, died 7/1/1880. He left his personal estate and some of his real estate to his wife, Elizabeth Brooks, absolutely. She also had a life interest in trust in the rest of the real estate. After her death, the trustees had to sell the land and distribute the proceeds equally absolutely amongst her children in remainder expectant. Estate worth £200. Nicholas Richards Brooks builder Brookside and Fanny Ann Burrows Brooks his wife 1924 had links with John Brooks, as did possibly Hilda Grace Brooks spinster South St, Finchley, and the late Thomas Brooks builder Finchley Application 27305

BROOKS, Elizabeth widow of John Brooks gardener Brookside near Magill, died 24/12/1903, of chronic interstitial nephritis, aged 78 Application 24739

No 1

BROOKS, John Blackler painter and glazier Gawler 1859 Application 3443

BROOKS, John Blackler painter Gawler South 1884 Application 20318

No 1

BROOKS, Joseph yeoman Adelaide 1839 Application 14725

BROOKS, Joseph lime burner Prospect 1841 Application 13050

BROOKS, Joseph lime burner Prospect 1847 Memorial 458/9

BROOKS, Joseph [formerly limeburner Prospect but now] farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 495/16

BROOKS, Joseph farmer formerly of Adelaide, but now of Gumeracha, and Elizabeth Brooks his wife 1849[-1850] Memorial 61/25

BROOKS, Joseph farmer Chain of Ponds 1854 [-1855] Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 434/64

BROOKS, Joseph farmer Upper Wakefield had died by 1862 Memorial 19/184

BROOKS, Elizabeth widow Upper Wakefield had remarried to Samuel SMITH innkeeper Whitwarta near Pt Wakefield by 1866 Memorials 195 & 196/227

BROOKS, Joseph of Bastingford near Worcester, married Elizabeth STOKES 22/7/1834 All Saints Worcester, England. Their eldest son and child, Alfred Brooks born 29/5/1835. The family emigrated to SA. Joseph Brooks farmer formerly Chain of Ponds then Upper Wakefield, died 11/1/1860 Section 2173 Hundred of Upper Wakefield Penwortham intestate. His eldest son inherited his estate as heir at law. Samuel Brooks farmer Harrogate Hundred of Kanmantoo, formerly of Bransford [Bastingford?] near Worcester, England, was a brother to Joseph Brooks 1862 Application 17172

BROOKS, Joseph farmer Section 2171 Hundred of Upper Wakefield, died 11/1/1860 intestate, and buried at Penwortham. His eldest son, Alfred, born 29/5/1835 Bastingford, Co Worcester, England, now farmer pt Section 2173 Hundred of Upper Wakefield, inherited as heir at law. Joseph Brooks and Elizabeth STOKES, both of Bastingford, married 22/7/1834, All Saints parish church Worcester, Co Worcester. Samuel Brooks farmer Harrowgate Hundred of Kanmantoo was a brother to Joseph Brooks. Samuel Brooks used to live at Bransford near Worcester. Statement 29/4/1862 Application 3152

No 2

BROOKS, Joseph labourer Callington on the Bremer 1864 Memorial 6/196

BROOKS, Joseph labourer [formerly of Callington but now of] Kadina 1874 Memorial 236/277

BROOKS, Joseph carter Penang. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 177 County Daly

No 3

BROOKS, Joseph gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 70 County Fergusson

BROOKS, Joseph gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Edithburgh (Hundred of Melville) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 490 County Fergusson

No 4

BROOKS, Joseph carter Beverley 1882 Memorial 86/341

BROOKS, Joseph carter Beverley 1884 Application 20309.

BROOKS, Joseph driver Beverley 1896 Application 23133

BROOKS, Joseph carter Beverley 1896. Son of James Brooks farmer Beverley, who died 7/5/1864. His trustees had to sell the whole estate and invest the profits for the benefit of the children's living expenses. Once the youngest child had turned 21 on 2/6/1881, the fund to be divided equally amongst the children, except that Elizabeth Ann Brooks to get £20 more than the other children Application 23250

BROOKS, Joseph farmer Beverley 1897 Application 23430

BROOKS, Joseph driver Beverley 1905, son of the late James Brooks formerly farmer Beverley Application 24963

BROOKS, Joseph teamster Beverley 1912 Application 26135

No 5

BROOKS, Joseph labourer Millicent 1887 Memorial 131/388

BROOKS, Lydia widow Mt Gambier 1900 Memorial 20/441

BROOKS, Margaret widow Salisbury 1877 Memorial 74/301

BROOKS, Mary spinster Aloe Grove Athelstone 1890 Memorial 245/400

BROOKS, MW labourer Coward Springs 1889 Memorial 229/407

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BROOKS, Nathaniel gentleman Willunga 1850 Memorial 13/24 Surveyor Hurtle Vale 1854 Enrolment 68/31

BROOKS, Nathaniel Esquire Willunga 1851 Memorial 300/37

BROOKS, Nathaniel gentleman Willunga 1852 Memorial 121/44

BROOKS, Nathaniel gentleman Kensington 1853 Memorial 386/52

BROOKS, Nathaniel gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 119/59

BROOKS, Nathaniel Esquire Hurtle Vale 1854[-1857] Memorial 86/70

Linked with Edwin Brooks farmer Hurtle Vale 1855[-1857] Memorials 448/86 & 28/131

BROOKS, Nathaniel gentleman Hurtle Square, Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Elizabeth Brooks, to manage his SA business affairs 14/1/1857 Deposit 309/OA

BROOKS, Nathaniel Esquire Hurtle Vale linked with Walter Brooks labourer Callington on the Bremer 1864 Memorial 264/194

BROOKS, Nathaniel the Younger of Callington on the Bremer 1864 Memorial 15/195

BROOKS, Nathaniel the Elder gentleman formerly of pt Section 513, Hundred of Noarlunga Hurtle Vale, but then of Brown St, Adelaide, died 11/12/1870. His estate in trust to Samuel James WAY gentleman Adelaide, to administer the estate and act as guardian to his four children - Elizabeth, Marua, Grace and Charles - until the youngest child turned 21 and then the estate to be divided equally absolutely amongst them Application 26835

BROOKS, Nicholas Richard builder Finchley 1904 Application 24739

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROOKS, Samuel yeoman Adelaide 1839 Application 15232

BROOKS, Samuel labourer Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 211/74

BROOKS, Samuel farmer Yongala 1897 Memorial 192/430

BROOKS, Samuel farmer Yongala had died by 1902. Executrix - Elizabeth Brooks of Petersburg Grant Book 13 Page 206 County Dalhousie

BROOKS, Sarah widow Alberton 1845 Memorial 284/4 Widow the Little Para 1850 Memorial 402/24

BROOKS, Stephen wood splitter The Tiers 1854[-1855] Memorial 119/78

No 1
BROOKS, Thomas stonemason North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 391/20

No 2
BROOKS, Thomas farmer Aldinga Plains 1857 Memorial 216/120

BROOKS, Thomas farmer formerly of Aldinga but now of Myponga 1857 Memorial 31/116

No 3 - perhaps the same person
BROOKS, Thomas labourer Kensington 1860[-1864] Memorial 17 6/168

BROOKS, Thomas farmer North Kensington 1865 Application 6265

BROOKS, Thomas farmer North Adelaide, died 23/6/1870??. He left his estate under various conditions to his wife, Sarah Brooks, and their two daughters, Emma FERGUSON wife of William Ferguson of North Kensington and Rebecca Ferguson wife of Andrew Ferguson of North Kensington Memorial 90/297

BROOKS, Sarah widow North Kensington 1877, relict of the late Thomas Brooks formerly labourer Kensington but now deceased 1860 Application 15897

No 3
BROOKS, Thomas farmer Fords Station Co Light. Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 500 County Frome

No 4
BROOKS, Thomas teamster Parallana 1893 Memorial 168/419

No 5
BROOKS, Thomas builder Finchley linked with Elizabeth Brooks widow Finchley and Nicholas Richards Brooks builder Murray Park 1903 Memorials 246 & 247/448

BROOKS, Thomas builder Finchley 1904 Application 24739

BROOKS, Tom Bowden shoemaker The Meadows. New Trustee Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) 1897 Application 23395

BROOKS, Tom Bowden William farmer Clarendon 1914 Memorial 126/471

BROOKS, Walter of Pt Victoria trustee cemetery Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

No 1

BROOKS, William splitter Kensington [and BROOKS, James carrier The Tiers] 1846 Appear to be relatives Memorial 438/6 Yeoman New Tiers 1850 Memorial 68/27

BROOKS, William wood splitter New Tiers 1850[-1856] [Formerly of Kensington] Memorial 312/30

BROOKS, William carrier The Tiers 1851 Memorial 183/37.

BROOKS, William farmer Section 1 adjacent to Little Mt Lofty and 'to the eastward of the Mt Lofty Ridge road' 1858 Memorial 285/144

BROOKS, William farmer near Mt Lofty 1862 Application 3210

BROOKS, William gardener Summertown 1885 Application 20777

No 2

BROOKS, William labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 356/11

BROOKS, William labourer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Kensington Park. Linked with John Brooks labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 436/30

BROOKS, William yeoman Magill Road 1868 Memorial 100/232

BROOKS, William yeoman North Kensington 1880 Application 18324

BROOKS, William gardener North Kensington. Kensington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1883[-1901] Memorial 35/354

No 3 - perhaps the same person

BROOKS, William labourer Queenstown 1851[-1868] Memorial 109/36.

BROOKS, William watchman Long St, Queenstown 1897 Application 23302.

BROOKS, William labourer Queenstown 1906. Linked with John George Brooks storeman Exeter Application 25192

No 4

BROOKS, William farmer Mt Charles 1851 Memorial 178/36.

No 5

BROOKS, William butcher Adelaide (Gouger St) 1854 Memorial 153/66

BROOKS, William butcher Adelaide 1854 Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 108/68

BROOKS, William butcher Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 368/79

BROOKS, William farmer Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 252/69

No 6 - perhaps a continuation of No 5

BROOKS, William licensed victualler Milang 1856[-1858] Memorial 227/105

BROOKS, William storekeeper Milang declared a bankrupt in 1859 Memorial 166/149

No 7 - perhaps the same person

BROOKS, William farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 19/69

BROOKS, William farmer Little Para 1855 Memorial 483/80

BROOKS, William farmer formerly of Salisbury, later Lake Bolac Vic, then Lah Vic (from 1898), died Nov 1898 Lah. He could not write Application 27094

No 8

BROOKS, William farmer near the Flagstaff Inn South Road 1861 Memorial 188/173

No 9

BROOKS, William painter Aberdeen 1875 Memorial 72/297

No 10

BROOKS, William farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 225 County Grey

BROOKS, William of the Hundred of Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 226 County Grey

BROOKS, William farmer Millicent, had died by 1902. Executors – Susan Brooks widow Mayurra and Emanuel Brooks labourer Millicent Grant Book 31 Page 236 County Grey

No 11 - perhaps the same person

BROOKS, William agent Eudunda 1882 Memorial 146/341

BROOKS, William farmer Brookside near Dutton 1883 Memorial 95/348

No 12

BROOKS, William teamster Hoyles Plains Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 45 County Dalhousie

BROOKS, William farmer Pekina Extension. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 168 County Dalhousie

BROOKS, William farmer Hundred of Erskine Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 96/370

BROOKS, William farmer Pekina 1898 Memorial 196/435

BROOKS, William farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1899 Grant Book 13 Page 172 County Dalhousie

BROOKS, William farmer White Cliffs Hundred of Booleroo Co Frome. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 173 County Dalhousie

No 13

BROOKS, William gardener Mitcham 1888 Application 21395

No 1

BROOKS, William Henry merchant Adelaide (Unity Chambers, Currie St) 1882[-1890]. Linked with Frederick and Richard Warner Brooks merchants and sheep farmers Birmingham, Co Warwick, England Memorials 28, 45 & 46/347

BROOKS, Mrs WH formerly of Enfield but now in England 1875 Application 14639

BROOKS, William Henry gentleman Enfield and Elizabeth Brooks his wife formerly Elizabeth BOWMAN widow of the late Edmund Bowman formerly stockholder Enfield now deceased. Links with Edmund Bowman gentleman Martindale 1884 Memorial 112/358

BROOKS, William Henry gentleman Adelaide linked with Frederick and Richard Warner Brooks merchants Birmingham, Co Warwick, England 1884 Memorial 90/367

BROOKS, William Henry sheep farmer Enfield linked with Frederick Brooks merchant No 3 Bingley Warehouses King Alfred Place, Birmingham, Co Warwick, England and Richard Warner Brooks merchant 75 Hurst st, Birmingham, Co Warwick, England 1894 Memorial 174/421

BROOKS, Willam Henry gentleman Enfield. His wife, Elizabeth Brooks, died 14/3/1907. Mother of Maude Annie Brooks. Mother of Charles William Bowman grazier Mt Bryan Flat and Hubert Bowman station manager Hill River near Clare. Estate worth £5,600 Memorial 104/457

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BROOKS, WH director of the Imperial Mint Silver Mining Co Ltd 1888 Memorial 120/392

BROOKS, William Hudson grocer North Adelaide 1864[-1866] Memorial 23/197

BROOKS, William Hutson painter and glazier North Adelaide (O'Connell St) and Mary Goldsworthy Brooks his wife 1877 Memorial 38/304

BROOKSBANK, James Esquire Pt Lincoln 1851 Memorial 384/38

No 1

BROOKSBANK, John Esquire Pt Lincoln 1851 Memorial 105/35

BROOKSBANK, John stockholder Pt Lincoln 1854 Memorial 10/63

BROOKSBANK, John Esquire [formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of] Kapunda 1858[-1861] Memorial 155/141

BROOKSBANK, John of Tadmor Hundred of Belvidere 1859 Application 802

BROOKSBANK, John gentleman Tadinor Hundred of Belvidere 1862 Application 2872

BROOKSBANK, John formerly gentleman Kapunda 1859 but now Esquire in parts beyond the seas 1877 Application 16513

BROOKSBY, Joseph gardener East Nairne 1871 Memorial 172/251

BROOKSBY, Louisa Ann widow Pt MacDonnell [relict of the late WW Brooksby formerly of Pt MacDonnell but now deceased] Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1897 Grant Book 30 Page 282 County Grey

No 1

BROOM, EF clerk to Messrs KNOX & GWYNNE solicitors Adelaide 1880 Memorial 100/325

BROOM, Edward Fosbrook accountant to Messes Knox, Gwynne & Hargrave solicitors Windsor Chambers, Victoria Square, Adelaide 1881 Application 18788

BROOM, William labourer Penola 1874[-1883] Memorial 150/278

BROOMHEAD, Alfred Morpeth printer Norwood 1928 Memorial 120/500

No 1

BROOMHEAD, Edwin plumber Glenelg linked with Linda Lavinia Broomhead married woman Glenelg 1911 Memorial 109/465

BROOMHEAD, Linda Lavinia married woman Glenelg 1911[-1916] Application 26042, Memorial 147/474

BROOMHEAD, Linda Lavinia married woman Glenelg 1916 BROOMHEAD, Edwin plumber Glenelg. A member of his family, Linda Lavinia Broomhead, died 12/4/1921 Memorial 75/484

BROOMHEAD, Edwin plumber Glenelg 1924 Memorial 112/490

BROPHY, Denis farmer near Palmer linked with William Brophy farmer Cournamont 1887 Memorial 236/386

BROPHY, Richard farmer Hundred of Ridley trustee unnamed School Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

BROSTER, Charles labourer 1849. Enrolment/FIND

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BROSTER, George labourer Adelaide 1849[-1855] Memorial 488/41.

BROSTER, George farmer Gawler Plains 1852[-1861] Memorial 477/42.

BROSTER, George farmer Peachey Belt 1879 Memorial 103/315

BROSTER, George farmer Peachey Belt near Penfield 1882 Memorial 223/340

BROSTER, George farmer near Penfield 1892 Memorial 148/413

BROSTER, George farmer Mallala and William Alfred Broster farmer Penfield, executors for the will of the late George Broster farmer near Penfield now deceased 1901 Memorial 110/443

BROSTER, George the Elder labourer Adelaide 1855 Farmer Peachey Belt near Penfield when he died 25/6/1901. All his estate to his two sons, George Broster the Younger farmer Mallala and William Alfred Broster farmer Penfield 1903 Application 24539

BROTHERHOOD, Charles labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 27434

BROTHERHOOD, William labourer Islington 1858 Memorial 158/136

BROUGHAM, Arthur Henry civil servant Medindie, Margaret Agnes Brougham, Helen Louise Brougham, and Elsie Mabel Brougham spinsters Pt Lincoln 1936 Memorial 31/510

No 1

BROUGHAM, Henry carpenter Pt Lincoln 1857 Memorial 24/136

BROUGHAM, Henry carpenter Pt Lincoln, died 2/2/1884. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Brougham Memorial 49/358

BROUGHAM, Henry carpenter Pt Lincoln, died 2/2/1884. He left his whole estate, worth £261, to his widow, Elizabeth Ann Brougham Application 25621

BROUGHAM, Henry carpenter Pt Lincoln, died 1884. Husband of Elizabeth Anne Brougham, who died 19/1/1908 Poonindie. Parents of Samuel Brougham carpenter Pt Lincoln 1909. S Brougham had married a daughter of James Pollard SOAR of Pt Lincoln, who died 15/8/1881 Application 25621

No 1

BROUGHAM, James H business manager Pt Lincoln 1918 Memorial 192/476

BROUGHAM, James Howard out of business Pt Lincoln, died 19/9/1926. Husband of Alice Mary Brougham. Brother of unnamed sisters. Estate worth £1,550 Memorial 178/496

BROUGHAM, John Waugh pastoralist Second Valley 1918 Memorial 190/476

BROUGHAM, Kenneth Langloh grazier Broken Hill NSW 1947 Memorial 15/521

BROUGHAM, Margaret Agnes spinster Lynton & Alpha Cottage Oxford Tce, Pt Lincoln, died c1946. Sister to Helen Louise Brougham and Elsie Mabel Brougham 1951 Memorial 72/526

BROUGHAM, Robert farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 101 County Grey

No 1

BROUGHAM, Samuel undertaker Pt Lincoln 1888 Application 21785

BROUGHAM, Samuel carpenter Pt Lincoln 1909. His mother, Elizabeth Ann Brougham widow Poonindie, died 19/1/1908. His father-in-law, James Pollard SOAR died 15/8/1881 Application 25621

BROUGHAM, Samuel carpenter Pt Lincoln 1904 Memorial 10/451

BROUGHAM, Samuel carpenter Pt Lincoln 1909 declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln for the last 54 years Application 25719

BROUGHAM, Samuel carpenter and undertaker Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 123/468

BROUGHAM, Samuel carpenter Pt Lincoln, died 31/12/1916. Husband of Mary Elizabeth Brougham. Father of Margaret Agnes Brougham, Arthur Henry Brougham and Helen Louise Brougham. Estate worth £2,400. Mary Elizabeth Brougham widow Pt Lincoln, died 29/9/1924. Mother of Arthur Henry Brougham civil servant Medindie and James Howard Brougham out of business Pt Lincoln. Estate worth £320 Memorials 82 & 83/492

BROUGHAM, Samuel carpenter Pt Lincoln, died 31/12/1916. His widow, Mary Elizabeth Brougham, died 29/9/1924. He purchased Devon Cottage in Washington St, Pt Lincoln, from Robert MYERS of Lake Wangary, in 1899. He and later his sons and daughters leased the cottage to various tenants until at least the early 1950s. Some of his children were Helen Louise Brougham clerk (aged 66) and Elsie Mabel Brougham music teacher (aged 58) Alpha Cottage Oxford Tce, Pt Lincoln, and Arthur Henry Brougham telegraphist Medindie 1951 (He died 9/10/1951). Samuel Brougham's son, James Howard Brougham, died 19/9/1926. his widow, Alice Mary Brougham, remarried to Sidney Wooldridge Caldwell YOUNG ON 20/3/1930. She had to give up her share in the Brougham Estate. Samuel Brougham's daughter, Margaret Agnes Brougham spinster Lynton Oxford Tce, Pt Lincoln, died 12/8/1946 Application 28850

BROUGHAM, Wilfred E[dgar] contractor Pt Lincoln 1885 Memorial 140/371

No 1 - probably the same person

BROUGHTON, Denis farmer Willunga 1887 Memorial 167/384

BROUGHTON, Denis farmer Aldinga and Elinor Broughton his wife 1897 Memorial 137/430

BROUGHTON, Denis farmer Aldinga and Elinor Broughton his wife 1913 Application 26211

BROUGHTON, R bank accountant Kingston S-E 1936 Memorial 174/509

BROUGHTON, Robert and Samuel farmers Aldinga 1859[-1860] Memorial 260/157

BROUSIE, Frederick Cecil mining proprietor Maud Creek Northern Territory of SA 1888 Memorial 171/394

BROWN, Albert storekeeper Alberton 1911[-1919] Memorial 109/464

No 1

BROWN, Alexander butcher Lobethal 1850 Memorial 72/26

BROWN, Alexander butcher Lobethal 1850 Application 9065

BROWN, Alexander farmer Mt Torrens 1850[-1876] Memorial 393/19

He purchased the German Arms, Lobethal 1850, and installed Mrs Ann ANDERSON to run the business. He then sold the premises to William ANDERSON of Balhannah for £60. Anderson paid £2, leaving a debt of £58 Memorial 34/22

No 1

BROWN, Alfred farmer Section 7599 Hundred of Belvidere 1855 Memorial 274/83

No 2

BROWN, Alfred farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 231 County Victoria

No 3

BROWN, Alfred engineer Leabrook 1917 Memorial 96/489

BROWN, Alfred engineer formerly of Leabrook but now of Wallaroo Mines 1923 Memorial 163/489

BROWN, Alfred engineer Wallaroo Mines 1926 Memorial 66/495

No 1

BROWN, Alfred Richard stockholder Yacka 1900 Application 24089

BROWN, Alfred Richard Maple farmer formerly of Yacka but now of Goulburn NSW linked with Arthur Percy Brown sheepfarmer Redhill 1918 Memorial 24/477

No 1

BROWN, Allan master mariner Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 421/72

BROWN, Allan married Georgina Bruce WILES on 28/6/1847. George Arthur Brown master mariner now of the Mukativa Marguesas Islands born 3/2/1856 Queenstown - 4th child. Margaret Ann Brown now of Glasgow in Scotland, born 12/1/1858 Queenstown - 5th child. The other children of the marriage - George Brown, Allan Alexander Brown and William John Brown - all died in infancy. Allan Brown died November 1859 on the high seas on a voyage from Odessa to Glasgow. His widow, Georgina Bruce Brown, lived at 109 Eglinton St, Glasgow, Scotland in 1879 Memorial 221/317

BROWN, Allan master of the ship Eclipse sometime resident in Adelaide, father of George Brown master mariner Nukahiva Marquesas Islands Polynesia and presently heading in and about these islands 1879 Memorial 173/317

BROWN, Allan master mariner Glasgow Co Lanark, Scotland born 19/2/1826 Kilmarock, Scotland, married Georgina Bruce WALES on 28/6/1847 Glasgow. The Browns emigrated to SA, where Allan Brown bought land at Pt Adelaide in 1855. Captain Brown lost with his ship Eclipse, of Leith, Scotland, at sea, on 13/11/1859, whilst on a voyage between Odessa and London. Mrs Brown returned to Scotland, where she lived at 109 Eglinton St, Glasgow by 1879. Apparently, the Captain died intestate, leaving George Outher Brown master mariner Nukahiva, Marquesas Islands, Polynesia as heir at law 1879 Application 17623

BROWN, Allen James cabinetmaker 88a Torrens Road, Renown Park 1951 Memorial 171/525

BROWN, Anderson schoolmaster Adelaide 1854 Memorial 200/71

No 1

BROWN, Andrew farmer Kapunda 1854 Memorial 303/64

No 2

BROWN, Andrew the Elder farmer Nairne Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 228 County Victoria

No 3

BROWN, Andrew the Younger farmer Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 235 County Victoria

No 4

BROWN, Andrew farmer Callington 1902 Memorial 58/446

BROWN, Andrew farmer Callington, died 10/2/1948 Murray Bridge. Father of Andrew George Brown and Frederick Brown no description and Harry and William Brown farmers Callington Memorial 39/523

BROWN, Andrew Edward Berry licensed victualler Black Lion Inn Hindmarsh 1883[-1887] Memorial 238/349

BROWN, Andrew John Thomas farmer Yaranyacka 1903 Memorial 163/448

BROWN, Ann widow Dry Creek, relict of the late William Brown 1850[-1852] Memorial 16/29

BROWN, Ann spinster residing in the Cavan Arms public house on the North Road near Adelaide 1858 Memorial 122/136

BROWN, Anne Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1857, relict of the late Alexander Brown schoolteacher Adelaide deceased, c1857 Memorial 117/122

No 1

BROWN, Archibald farmer Bald Hills near Inman Valley 1856 Memorial 281/99

BROWN, Archibald farmer formerly of Encounter Bay but now of Inderdoval Newport, Co Fife, Scotland linked with James Brown stockholder Avenue Ranges Guichen Bay 1861 Memorial 138/177

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROWN, Arnold Henry farmer Burra North (formerly known as Aberdeen) 1945 Memorial 103/519

BROWN, Arnold Henry farmer Booborowie, aged 32 in 1954, declared that he had lived in the district all his life Application 29082

No 1

BROWN, Arthur 27 bachelor photographer Norwood (Father: Thomas Tremlett Brown) married Emma Harriett GOODEN spinster Norwood (Father: George Gooden) on 17/3/1894 GJ Craig's home Norwood. Minister: Jacob Abbott. Witnesses: CC Gooden clerk Fullarton and HA Gooden clerk Norwood 1910 Application 25905

BROWN, Arthur photographer Norwood 1895[-1903] Memorial 7/425

BROWN, Arthur J branch company manager Narracoorte 1926 Memorial 21/495

BROWN, AR of Hutt River near Clare linked with James Brown farmer Mt Rose near Mintaro 1888 Memorial 215/390

BROWN, AV storekeeper's assistant Pt Germein an employee of TB MARSHALL & Son storekeepers Pt Germein and Melrose 1888 Memorial 59/395

BROWN, Arthur William draper Pt Adelaide 1937 Memorial 50/511

No 1

BROWN, Benjamin yeoman Alberton1848 Memorial 68/11 Labourer Alberton 1851 Memorial 357/29

Farmer Port Road 1851[-1855] Memorial 172/33

Farmer Cheltenham 1855[-1859] Memorial 107/88

BROWN, Benjamin farmer Pt Adelaide 1859 Application 256

BROWN, Benjamin farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1869 Memorial 169/240

BROWN, Benjamin dealer Rosewater 1869 Application 10232

BROWN, Benjamin farmer Somerset Place, Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15457

No 2

BROWN, Benjamin painter William St, Norwood moved to Broken Hill NSW in 1890. He married Mary Ann CLAMPIT widow Norwood on 7/3/1870 Application 25710

No 1

BROWN, Bridget widow Robe 1883 Memorial 60/354

BROWN, Bridget died 19/12/1907. Her family as of 1908 included; Mary Ann BRIDGLAND wife of Thomas Bridgland hotelkeeper 244 Hindley St, Adelaide, Thomas Barrett Brown shoemaker Bowden, Bridget Lauretti BJORKLAND wife of John Bjorkland engine driver Broken Hill NSW and John Barrett Brown licensed victualler Robe Memorial 102/462

No 1

BROWN, Charles carpenter Hindmarsh 1850[-1853] Memorial 397/22

No 2

BROWN, Charles labourer Kensington 1853 Memorial 208/52

BROWN, Charles labourer Marryatville 1880 Memorial 141/322

BROWN, Charles labourer formerly of Marryatville but now of Kensington 1881. When he went to live at Marryatville in 1853, he completed the fence around the allotment and built a home on foundations already laid. C Brown moved to Kensington c1880 Application 18810

No 3

BROWN, Charles farmer Balhannah 1855[-1856] Memorial 496/83

No 4

BROWN, Charles linen draper Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 122/97

No 5

BROWN, Charles brickmaker Hindmarsh linked with Edward Brown brickmaker Thebarton 1890 Memorial 191/405

BROWN, Charles and Charles Benjamin brickmakers Hindmarsh 1893 Memorial 9/419

No 6

BROWN, Charles undertaker Willunga 1897 Application 24003

No 7

BROWN, Charles and Richard farmers Morchard 1899[-1901] Memorial 133/438

No 8

BROWN, Charles railway ganger Warnertown linked with John William Brown railway foreman Gladstone 1913 Memorial 193/468

BROWN, Charles railway ganger Warnertown 1922 Memorial 110/486

No 1

BROWN, Charles Alexander labourer Pt Adelaide 1857[-1864] Memorial 282/122

BROWN, Charles Alexander stevedore Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 156/137

BROWN, Charles Alexander stevedore Le Fevre Peninsula 1859 Memorial 83/161

BROWN, Charles Alexander licensed victualler Princess Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 217/300

BROWN, Charles Alexander licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16968

BROWN, Charles Alexander (sometimes called Charles Brown) stevedore Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 180/305

BROWN, Charles Alexander (also known as Charles Brown) formerly labourer 1857 now licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16845

BROWN, Charles Alfred farmer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 279 County Daly

No 1

BROWN, Charles Henry clerk Pt Adelaide 1872 Application 12299

BROWN, Charles Henry clerk Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 114/349

BROWN, CI/J proclaimed bank manager Yankalilla 1940[-1947] Memorial 172/514

No 1

BROWN, Charles Robert labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 272 County Daly

No 2

BROWN, Charles Robert carpenter Willunga 1919 Memorial 83/479

No 1

BROWN, Charles William of Redruth 1884 Memorial 70/360

BROWN, Charles William railway carrier Aberdeen near Kooringa Co Burra. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 165 County Not named

BROWN, Clarence Victor formerly mason but then apiarist Salisbury, died 17/2/1969. He and his wife, Lorna Myrtle Frances Brown, came to live in Salisbury in 1940 Application 29788

BROWN, Cyril Maitland Ash university student North Adelaide 1932 Memorial 104/505

No 1

BROWN, Daniel farmer Lobethal 1858 Memorial 42/142

BROWN, Daniel farmer Yorke Valley Hundred of Maitland land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 103 County Fergusson

BROWN, Daniel farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 105 County Fergusson

No 1

BROWN, David wheelwright Kadina. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 102 County Daly

BROWN, David wheelwright Kadina. Trustee Public Cemetery Kadina 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

BROWN, David blacksmith Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1868 Grant Book 14 Page 228 County Daly

No 2

BROWN, David storekeeper Pt Wakefield, became a bankrupt in 1895. Creditors' meeting held at Victoria Hall, Adelaide on 15/5/1895 Memorial 202/424

No 1

BROWN, Duncan agent Pt Adelaide 1872[-1882] Memorial 200/257

BROWN, Duncan agent Le Fevre Peninsula 1875 Application 14544

BROWN, Duncan agent Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18260

BROWN, Duncan agent Pt Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Presbyterian Church 1882 Application 19149

BROWN, Duncan gentleman Pt Adelaide 1892 Memorial 173/413

No 2

BROWN, Duncan agent North Adelaide Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 41 County Musgrave

BROWN, D of Pt Wakefield 1888 Memorial 74/393

BROWN, Edgar Jabez physician and surgeon Adelaide (Son of the late James stockowner Montrose near Mintaro, who died 1/8/1895, and Sophia Jane Brown) about to marry Annie Louise ANDERSON widow Adelaide. William Jethro Brown professor of law Adelaide University mentioned 1915 Memorial 30/472

BROWN, Edgar Richard Couch dentist Malvern 1947 Memorial 49/522

BROWN, Edith Florence Neteliah married woman hotelkeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1917 Memorial 55/476

BROWN, Edmund Cliffe stockowner Adelaide 1882 Memorial 152/339

No 1

BROWN, Edward farmer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 298 County Victoria

No 2

BROWN, Edward butcher Cunnamulla Qld 1885 Memorial 12/370

No 3

BROWN, Edward of Pt Adelaide and Bertha Brown his wife 1936. The couple married on 4/12/1926.Mrs Brown was a relative of Mary ROBERTS who died 8/4/1926 and John Roberts labourer Pt Adelaide, who died 31/5/1936 Application 28035

BROWN, Edward George butcher Adelaide (Hindley St) 1848 Memorial 77/12

BROWN, Elizabeth Jane married woman Halbury [Probably Mrs Solomon Brown nee EJ PARKER]. Hundred of Hall land grant 1885 Grant Book 56 Page 221 County Stanley

BROWN, Ellen Elizabeth upholstress Mill St, Clarence Park 1916 Application 26514

BROWN, Emma boarding house keeper Pt Elliot 1896 Application 23200

No 1

BROWN, Ernest James district clerk Salisbury 1931, declared that he was the Clerk of the District Council of Yatala North Application 27854

BROWN, Ernest James District Clerk Salisbury 1939, declared that he had lived in the district for all of his life Application 28091

BROWN, Ernest James Clerk Salisbury 1948, declared that he had been the last Clerk for the District Council of Yatala North (from January 1929 to June 1933) and then the first Clerk for the new District Council of Salisbury from its foundation in July 1933 Application 28587

BROWN, Ernest Stanley formerly of North Burra and Huddleston but now of Burra 1953 Memorial 103/528

No 1

BROWN, Everard labourer Prospect 1841 Application 13050

BROWN, Everard lime burner Prospect 1841 Application 13050

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROWN, Francis farmer North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 187/19

BROWN, Francis farmer North Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

BROWN, Francis farmer Noarlunga 1853[-1854] Memorial 227/48

BROWN, Frederick bacon curer Dawesley 1923 Memorial 97/488

BROWN, Francis John the Younger news agent Alberton 1909 Application 25604

BROWN, G clerk to F WICKSTEED of Leigh St, Adelaide 1876 Memorial 41/293

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROWN, George labourer North Adelaide 1837 Memorial 36/68

BROWN, George boat builder North Adelaide (Melbourne St) 1838 Application 11433

No 2

BROWN, George carpenter Willaston 1854 Memorial 464/76

BROWN, George wheelwright Willaston 1854 Memorial 250/73

BROWN, George labourer Willaston 1875 Memorial 229/280

BROWN, George carpenter Willaston, lived in Willaston from c1845 until his death on 16/10/1879. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Brown. Sarah Brown 55 widow Willaston (Father: William HEBBERD) married John GOODGER 75 widower farmer Gawler River (Father: John Goodger) on 22/6/1881 Mrs Brown's home Willaston. Minister: Samuel RAYMOND. Witnesses: Charles Brown blacksmith Wilmington and Mary MILLER of Terowie. Did John Goodger die and his widow remarry a Mr HALL who had also died by 1895? The George Browns had at least one son, Arthur Brown riveter Willaston 1895 Application 22931

No 3

BROWN, George labourer Goodwood 1853[-1854] Memorial 8/61

No 4

BROWN, George shoemaker Mt Gambier 1854 Memorial 273/76

No 5

BROWN, George cowkeeper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 226/85

No 6

BROWN, George farmer Upper Wakefield and BROWN, Thomas farmer Auburn 1857 Memorial 173/128

BROWN, George farmer Upper Wakefield 1862 Application 2795

No 7

BROWN, George labourer Crafers 1859 Application 539

No 8

BROWN, George farmer Hackham 1866 Memorial 230/221

No 9

BROWN, George of Petersburg 1882 Memorial 136/343

No 10

BROWN, George out of business Mt Lofty and Stirling East 1913 Application 26204

No 11

BROWN, George sawyer Williamstown and Agnes Florence Brown his wife 1911 Application 26045

No 1

BROWN, George Henry cordwainer Gilberton [Tarlee] 1868 Memorial 49/230

BROWN, George Henry of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 56 Page 94 County Stanley

No 2

BROWN, George Henry farmer Pt Broughton 1890 Memorial 13/404

No 3

BROWN, George Henry hotelkeeper Burra Hotel Kooringa 1901 Memorial 185/442

No 1

BROWN, George William storekeeper Kooringa 1848 Memorial 311/12 Storekeeper Adelaide by late 1849. He sold his Kooringa business to William POPE miner Kooringa Memorial 21/19

No 2

BROWN, GW Acting Assistant Harbour Master Queenstown 1851 Memorial 267/34.

BROWN, George William assistant harbour master Pt Adelaide. Father of Jean Brown spinster Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 45/83

No 3

BROWN, George William storekeeper Moonta 1877 Memorial 93/302

BROWN, GW storekeeper Kulpara 1883 Memorial 184/349

BROWN, George William farmer Kulpara 1891[-1893] Memorial 152/407

BROWN, George William farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 333 County Daly

BROWN, George William storekeeper Kulpara, had died by 1910. Last surviving executrix – Hannah Bennett Brown widow Kulpara Grant Book 14 Page 338 County Daly

BROWN, Gilbert medical practitioner Bute trustee Institute Bute 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 400 County Daly

BROWN, Gilbert Harold linked with Section 789 Hundred of Pirie Co Victoria 1894 Memorial 152/421

BROWN, H draper's assistant Glenelg 1885 Memorial 217/366

No 1

BROWN, Hayes gentleman Section 1414 on the Light River 1846 Memorial 53/9

BROWN, Hayes labourer Angaston 1855[-1862] Memorial 234/92

BROWN, Hayes labourer Angaston 1862 Memorial 62/183

BROWN, Edward Hayes Hill the Elder labourer Angaston 1855 Application 24660

BROWN, EHH the Elder, died 1884 Application 24660

BROWN, Susan widow of the late Edward Hayes Hill Brown of Angaston. Their son, Edward Hayes Hill Brown formerly the Younger labourer Angaston 1903 Application 24660

No 1

BROWN, Henry yeoman Athelstone 1855[-1859] Memorial 10/85

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BROWN, Henry timber merchant Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 139/96

BROWN, Henry builder Adelaide 1858 Memorial 63/140

BROWN, Henry the Elder builder Adelaide settled in 1859 certain real estate in trust upon Henry Brown the Younger and his wife, Louisa Ann Brown at Young St, Parkside, during their lifetimes, then to the survivor absolutey in remainder expectant. Louisa Ann Brown died first, on 19/3/1870, of phthisis, aged 43. Henry Brown the Younger must have remarried. His second wife, Elizabeth Brown, died 22/1/1908 Adelaide Hospital, of a fracture of the neck femur and exhaustion, aged 72. She had been in SA for 58 years, but her birthplace not known. She married Henry Brown when she was 27 Application 25555

BROWN, Henry the Younger builder Adelaide 1863[-1881] died 30/5/1881. Husband of Elizabeth Brown. Robert Bruce Brown commercial traveller Adelaide linked with this family Memorials 13/192 & 120/448, Application 13811

BROWN, Elizabeth widow Parkside 1883 relict of the late Henry Brown the Younger builder Adelaide who died 30/5/1881 Memorials 153- 154/351

No 3

BROWN, Henry of Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 189 County Victoria

BROWN, Henry farmer Caltowie, son of Ellen Brown widow Caltowie, who died 31/8/1899, and grandson of Ann HORNE widow Auburn, who died 20/6/1895. The two women consulted Robert HILL saddler Jamestown as a confidential adviser in their business 1899 Application 23934

BROWN, Henry YL JP of Unley 1892 Memorial 195/414

BROWN, Herbert John carpenter Paradise 1917 Memorial 8/476

No 1

BROWN, Hugh storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1893[-1911] Memorial 146/449

No 2

BROWN, Hugh agent Hyde Park 1896[-1910]. It appears that he was a descendant of/related to James Brown (who died 1892) and James Shearer Brown Application 25784

No 3

BROWN, Hugh farmer Tumby Bay 1900 Memorial 38/442

No 1

BROWN, Isaac of Adelaide bought an allotment in Bowden 1850 Memorial 53/27

BROWN, Isaac labourer Bowden 1856 Memorial 94/104

BROWN, Isaac carter Bowden 1856 Memorial 239/110

BROWN, Isaac formerly of Truro, Cornwall, England, but then of Bowden, died c1858. He left his entire estate to his wife, Clarinda Brown Memorial 333/142

No 2 - perhaps the same person

BROWN, Isaac farmer Hindmarsh 1863 Memorial 44/188

BROWN, Isaac labourer Hindmarsh 1863 Memorial 196/190

BROWN, Isaac woolsorter Hindmarsh 1905 Application 25056

No 1

BROWN, James carpenter Adelaide 1845 Memorial 63/5

BROWN, James carpenter [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Great North Road 1847 Memorial 50/10

BROWN, James carpenter Section 347 Great North Road 1849 Memorial 409/16

BROWN, James carpenter Great North Road 1853 Memorial 2/48

BROWN, James carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 222/48

BROWN, James formerly of Adelaide but now miner Tarrengower Vic and a bankrupt 1859 Memorial 138/160

BROWN, James the Younger gold digger Maldon Vic owned land in George St, Hindmarsh 1878 Memorial 126/308

No 2

BROWN, James labourer Glen Osmond 1852 Memorial 45/41.

No 3

BROWN, James farmer Mintaro 1855[-1871] Memorial 191/105

BROWN, James farmer Mintaro Hundred of Andrews land grant 1866[-1883] Grant Book 56 Page 310 County Stanley

BROWN, James farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1873[-1876] Grant Book 14 Page 353 County Daly

BROWN, James farmer Montrose Mintaro 1875 Application 14300

BROWN, James of Montrose Mintaro linked with Alfred R Brown no description 1886 Memorial 129/382

BROWN, James farmer Mintaro 1895 Application 22955

BROWN, James stockowner Montrose near Mintaro, died 1/8/1895 Semaphore. Husband of Sophia Jane Brown. Father of Alfred Richard Brown sheepfarmer Yacka and Arthur Percy Brown sheep farmer Redhill 1896 Memorial 130/427

BROWN, Emily Jane spinster Mintaro [daughter of James Brown farmer Mintaro] Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

No 4

BROWN, James farmer Dirty Light 1859 Memorial 44/157

No 5

BROWN, James of Willunga 1860 Application 2008

No 6

BROWN, James sheep farmer South-Eastern District 1863 Memorial 83/187

BROWN, James sheep farmer Avenue Range near Kingston S-E 1871[-1873] Memorial 95/251, Application 12743

BROWN, James formerly stockholder Avenue Ranges Guichen Bay 1859 now gentleman Glen Osmond 1875 Application 14698

BROWN, James formerly sheep farmer the Avenue Station but now gentleman Waverley Glen Osmond 1878[-1885] Memorials 225/308 & 186/309

BROWN, James sheepfarmer Waverley Glen Osmond 1876[-1889] Memorial 200/290, Application 15862

BROWN, James gentleman Waverley and Jessie Brown his wife 1889 Memorial 175/400

BROWN, James gentleman Waverley Glen Osmond, died 7/2/1890. His widow, Jessie Brown of Waverley Glen Osmond, died 13/11/1892 Memorial 203/424

BROWN, Jessie of Waverley Glen Osmond, died 13/11/1892 Niagara USA - Aunt to Jessie Brown PATTERSON daughter of the testator's sister Mary Patterson of Croydon, sister to John WADDELL, sister to Margaret Brydon INGERSON lately of Adelaide, aunt to Jessie Brown DOUGALL spinster Glen Osmond. Endowment for the upkeep of the graves of Mrs Brown's parents buried at Mt Barker and her husband buried in West Tce Cemetery. Endowment for a fund in memory of her late husband, James Brown, for the care of 'the destitute, or the aged, blind, deaf, dumb, insane or physically or entally afflicted or desering poor of any class … as the trustees may at their absolute discretion deem proper'. Trustees for the James Brown Memorial Trust Inc - George Wyndhan KENNION, Anglican Bishop of Adelaide, Adam ADAMSON the Elder gentleman Adelaide, Adam Adamson the Younger accountant Adelaide, Charles Henry GOODE merchant Adelaide, Rev'd Tobias BOAS Hebrew minister Adelaide, Rev'd Dean NEVIN RC clergyman Adelaide and Catherine Helen SPENCE spinster Adelaide. Estate worth £70,000 Memorial 201/426

No 7

BROWN, James labourer Padthaway 1864 Memorial 114/194

BROWN, James fisherman Guichen Bay, died May 1869 intestate. His estate worth £300. Husband of Ellen Brown RPA Search 112

BROWN, Ellen widow Robe relict of the late James Brown formerly of Guichen Bay now deceased 1877 Memorial 7/298

No 8

BROWN, James sawyer Williamstown 1868 Memorial 124/234

No 9 - probably the same person

BROWN, James accountant Goodwood Road 1869 Memorial 83/242

BROWN, James accountant Adelaide 1869 Memorial 56/300

No 10

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

BROWN, James farmer Lake Diamond Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 78 County Fergusson

No 11

BROWN, James importer Adelaide Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

BROWN, James ironmonger and importer Adelaide 1874 Memorial 223/271

BROWN, James storekeeper Adelaide Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 134 County Fergusson

No 12

BROWN, James clerk North Adelaide 1876 Application 15489

No 13

BROWN, James of Nelson 1877 Memorial 229/300

BROWN, James farmer Nelson 1883 Application 19831

No 14

BROWN, James fencer Adelaide Hundred of Melville land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 81 County Fergusson

No 15

BROWN, James farmer Tumby Bay Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 179 Page 205 County Flinders

BROWN, James estate - William Brown farmer labourer Pt Lincoln, Hugh Brown bootmaker Pt Lincoln, Matilda Brown spinster Pt Lincoln and Andrew John Thomas Brown farm servant Yarrandale near Pt Lincoln 1895 Memorial 148/427

No 16

BROWN, James farmer Harrogate 1883 Memorial 203/353

No 17 - perhaps a continuation of No 9

BROWN, James agent Adelaide leased crown land in the Hundred of Muloowurtie 1884 Memorial 166/361

No 18

BROWN, James the Elder farmer Koolywurtie 1885 Memorial 137/365

BROWN, James the Younger farmer Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 315 County Fergusson

BROWN, James the Elder and the Younger farmers Koolywurtie trustees Wesleyan Methodist Church Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1899 Grant Book 19 Page 316 County Fergusson

No 19

BROWN, James of Punyelroo 1887 Memorial 227/382

BROWN, James farmer Punyelroo Hundred of Bagot land grant 1904[-1915] Grant Book 17 Page 207 County Eyre

No 20

BROWN, James labourer McLaren Vale 1910[-1920] Memorial 191/463

No 21

BROWN, James farmer Blanchetown Co Eyre. Hundred of Lindley lkand grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 192 County Burra

No 22

BROWN, James out of business Unley trustee of the Booleroo Centre District Hospital 1924 Memorial 51/490

No 1

BROWN, James Joseph of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 128/74

BROWN, James Joseph carpenter Norwood 1855 Memorial 74/89

BROWN, James Joseph carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 231/164

BROWN, James Thomas contractor Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Hundred of Roby land grant 1913 Grant Book 6 Page 23 County Buccleuch

No 1

BROWN, Jane spinster Mintaro 1855 Memorial 237/84

BROWN, Jane spinster Mintaro had become Mrs Jane BOWMAN lady Adelaide by 1893 Memorial 43/419

BROWN, Jane spinster married (1) William BOWMAN m (2) John BOWMAN 1893 Application 22517

BROWN, JAV JP of Brighton 1931 Memorial 170/504

BROWN, JG storekeeper Bordertown 1882 Memorial 63/341

No 1

BROWN, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1839 but now of Pt Lincoln 1840 Application 4420

No 2 - likely to be the same person

BROWN, John Esquire formerly of St Mary at Hill, London, Middlesex, England but now of Adelaide 1839 Memorial 203/80

BROWN, John of East Tce, Adelaide - witness to Colonel William LIGHT's will 1839 Memorial 481/75

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

BROWN, John Esquire Adelaide (Bank St) 1854 Memorial 379/72

BROWN, John agent Bank St, Adelaide 1863 Application 4793

No 3

BROWN, John bootmaker Balhannah 1852[-1855] Memorial 42/41.

BROWN, John farmer Balhannah 1853[-1855] Memorial 462/54

BROWN, John shoemaker Spring Farm near Balhannah 1858[-1863] Memorial 60/140, Application 2773

BROWN, John bootmaker Woodside and Ann Brown his wife 1872 Memorial 125/262

BROWN, Ann widow Woodside 1877, relict of the late John Brown bootmaker formerly of near Balhannah 1862 then of Woodside. She could not write Application 15927

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BROWN, John farmer Exmouth Farm south-west of the Meadows Special Survey 1847[-1853] Memorial 15/10

BROWN, John farmer Willunga 1847[-1855] Memorial 139/10

BROWN, John the Elder farmer Willunga 1852 Memorial 382/42

BROWN, John farmer McLaren Vale 1858 Memorial 136/135

BROWN, John [prob the Elder] farmer Monopilla 1860[-1864] McLaren Vale Memorials 122/169 & 141/249

BROWN, John the Elder farmer Monopilla McLaren Vale linked with John Brown the Younger farmer Springbrook McLaren Vale 1864 Application 5661

BROWN, John the Elder formerly farmer Willunga but now of Parkside 1876 Memorial 184/294

BROWN, John the Elder farmer formerly of Exmouth Farm south-west of the Meadows Special Survey c1847, later Willunga by 1852, then McLaren Vale in the mid-1850s. He also owned pt Town Acre 575 in Adelaide. John Brown the Elder died [21/7/1881 Adelaide]. He left a £104 life annuity to his wife, Sarah Catherine Brown. who lived on the Town Acre. The house on the Town Acre to be sold within 12 months of his death, or at a time agreeable to the widow. Bequests to the children - Thomas Brown sheep farmer Narracoorte, Robert Henry Stacy Brown and John Brown the Younger farmers McLaren Vale, Samuel Brown (who apparently had died, and his wife Helen Brown to get £12 a year until her eldest child turned 21, when Samuel Brown’s inherited sections to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally amongst his children, together with the remainder of the annual rents), Sarah wife of James M STACEY, Sophia, wife of Charles MANNING farmer McLaren Vale, Elizabeth wife of Martin BURGESS JP chaff merchant Noarlunga 1881 Applications 18953, 19574

BROWN, John the Younger farmer Springbrook McLaren Vale died 1882. His widow, Sarah Jane Brown, died 9/5/1906, of acute regurgitation and apoplexy, aged 72 Application 25156

BROWN, John the Younger farmer Springbrook McLaren Vale Hundred of Willunga and Sarah Jane Brown his wife 1873. J Brown the Younger died 18/11/1882. Mrs Brown still lived at Springbrook in 1903. Executors of his will; James Frederick SCRYMGOUR financier Adelaide and Arthur Henry EVANS farmer Range View near Keyneton Memorials 181 & 182/451

No 5

BROWN, John boatman Pt Adelaide 1848[-1853] died c1854 Memorials 154 & 1855/72

No 6

BROWN, John farmer Mintaro 1852 Memorial 425/41.

No 7

BROWN, John shoemaker Adelaide (Sturt St) 1853 Memorial 261/57

No 8

BROWN, John labourer North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 152/82

No 9

BROWN, John Born 31/7/1826 Co Perth, Scotland. Possibly to SA when about 12 years old c1838. In SA 15 years, then Vic 15 years. John Brown the Younger 28 farmer m Sarah nee Chittleborough 22 spinster, on 24/1/1854 Christ Church, O'Halloran Hill. Witnesses; Archibald F DORRIE and C BROWN. The Browns moved to Victoria. John Brown farmer Marong Vic, died 23/10/1867 on the road to Newbridge, of a broken neck and ruptured liver from fractured ribs from his cart upsetting upon him over a head of road metal, aged 42. Inquest 25/10/1867. 6 children of the marriage - Elizabeth Brown born 23/11/1854 who married Andrew BAXTER on 17/10/1883; William Brown born 2/8/1856; Anna Brown born 15/8/1860 married Robert Cay MICHAEL on 8/11/1886; Thomas Brown born 2/7/1862; Ellen Brown born 27/8/1864 married James MATTHEWS 5/6/1893; Frances Brown born 5/12/1867 married Alexander R MICHAEL on 22/10/1889. By 1905, the widowed Sarah Brown was at Woodstock on Loddon Vic; her sons Thomas and William Brown were at the same place; Andrew Baxter was a farmer of Leichardt Vic; Robert Cay Michael was a farmer of Woodstock; James Matthews was a miner at Coolgardie WA; and Alexander Michael was a farmer at Laaracoorte on the Loddon in Vic. John Brown's sister, Eliza Baxter CHARMICHAEL married woman 97 South Tce, Adelaide, was still living in 1905[-1912] and had attended her brother's wedding at O'Halloran Hill in 1854 Application 25027

No 10

BROWN, John butcher Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 261/109

BROWN, John gold miner Glenlyon Vic, died 12/12/1893 intestate. Brother to Maria BRIDGER widow Richard St, Hindmarsh his only next of kin Memorial 68/429

BROWN, John goldminer Glenlyon Vic, died 12/12/1893 intestate a bachelor and without a parent. Brother to Mrs Maria BRIDGER of Hindmarsh. Estate worth £60 Memorial 233/434

BROWN, John gold miner Glenlyon Vic, died 12/12/1893 intestate, a bachelor and without parents. Letters of administration to his sister, Maria BRIDGER widow [of Joseph Bridger] Richard St, Hindmarsh. She died 30/12/1897 intestate. Letters of administration to Anna Maria PENN wife of Stephen Richard Penn bootmaker Gover St, North Adelaide, a daughter of Maria Bridger. John Brown's estate worth £60. Maria Bridger's estate worth £90 Application 23715

No 11

BROWN, John accountant Adelaide 1860 Memorial 244/174

No 12

BROWN, John farmer Kapunda 1860 Memorial 270/167

No 13 - perhaps a continuation of No 7

BROWN, John shoemaker Morphett Vale 1861 Memorial 289/177, Application 2572

No 14

BROWN, John labourer Bullooroo sheep station Co Frome 1864. He purchased Allotment 16 in Melrose Application 4940

No 15

BROWN, John stockholder and sheep farmer Mt James Station 1867 Memorial 7/225

No 16 - perhaps the same person

BROWN, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 38/238

BROWN, John stevedore Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 Memorial 91/287

No 17

BROWN, John farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1880 Application 18038

No 18

BROWN, John and Thomas farmers Willunga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Binnum land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 29 Page 144 County MacDonnell

No 19 – perhaps the same person

BROWN, John farmer Orroroo 1880 Memorial 52/328

BROWN, John farmer Hundred of Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

No 20

BROWN, John mechanic Moonta Mines. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 421 County Daly

No 21 - perhaps the same person

BROWN, John stockholder Robe 1887 Memorial 67/387

BROWN, John licensed victualler Robe 1898 Memorial 186/435

BROWN, John hotelkeeper Robe and Mary Brown his wife 1906 Application 25152

No 22

BROWN, John farm labourer Georgetown. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1890 Grant Book 60 Page 328 County Victoria

BROWN, John A saddler Strathalbyn 1875 Memorial 247/282

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BROWN, John Alexander Voules the Younger accountant Seacliff 1920 Memorial 31/482

BROWN, John Alexander Voules the Elder out of business Brighton 1923, declared that he had been born in 1852 and had spent his whole life in the district Application 27210

BROWN, John Alexander Voules the Elder out of business Jetty Road, Brighton linked with John Alexander Voules Brown the Younger formerly accountant but now secretary Seacliff 1927 Memorial 34/498

BROWN, John Alexander formerly the Younger formerly accountant but now secretary Seacliff 1950 Memorial 138/530

BROWN, John Alexander Voules the Younger farmer Mulpata 1951 Application 28832

BROWN, John Alexander Voules the Younger farmer formerly of Mulpata but now of Kooroochiang Vic and BROWN, William Voules formerly a member of HM RAAF but now clerk 24 Ford St, Ringwood Vic 1951 Application 28832

BROWN, John Barrett grazier Robe 1914, a son of Thomas Barrett Brown of Robe. Harry Dickson GELL land agent Adelaide, had known these people for many years Application 26359

No 1

BROWN, John Charles farmer Hynam Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 46 Page 34 County MacDonnell

BROWN, John Charles storekeeper Frances Hundred of Binnum land grant 1884 Grant Book 29 Page 149 County MacDonnell

BROWN, John Charles storekeeper Frances 1885 Memorial 48/369

BROWN, John Charles storekeeper Frances trustee Institute Frances Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 46 Page 35 County MacDonnell

BROWN, John Ednie gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 188/334

BROWN, John Gatley clothier Adelaide trading under the style or firm of JG Brown & Son 1886 Memorial 140/379

No 1

BROWN, John Henry Minister of the Gospel formerly of North Adelaide but now of Smythsdale Vic 1865 Memorial 278/200

BROWN, John Henry Minister of the Gospel formerly of North Adelaide 1861 now of Smytherdale Vic 1865 Application 6706

BROWN, John Henry Minister of the Gospel formerly of North Adelaide but now of Heidelberg Vic 1865 Memorial 286/207

No 1

BROWN, John M chief clerk Public Offices Adelaide 1842 Memorial 332/2

BROWN, John Marshall gentleman Adelaide purchased land in Mitcham 1842 Application 14041

BROWN, John Marshall of the Audit Office, Victoria Square, Adelaide 1845 Memorial 464/4

BROWN, John Marshall gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 110/17

BROWN, John Neale wholesale representative Adelaide (145 South Tce) 1951 Memorial 122/526

No 1

BROWN, John Pellew gardener Scott Creek Hundred of Noarlunga linked with Joseph Henry Brown gardener Scott Creek and William Thomas Brown gardener Upper Sturt 1927 Memorial 90/498

BROWN, John Pellew gardener Scott Creek Hundred of Noarlunga lined with Vernon George Brown gardener Scott Creek 1938 Memorial 51/512

BROWN, John Stewart Special Magistrate Tanunda 1857 Memorial 1/124

BROWN, John Tucker of Gum Creek Co Burra. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 76 County Dalhousie

BROWN, Jonathan carpenter Gawler 1859 Memorial 170/159

No 1

BROWN, Joseph carpenter Norwood 1851 Memorial 379/29

BROWN, Joseph yeoman Kensington 1851 Memorial 30/31

BROWN, Joseph [formerly carpenter but now] yeoman Norwood 1865 Memorial 276/206

No 2

BROWN, Joseph farmer Dry Creek 1851[-1856] Memorial 264/31

BROWN, Joseph licensed victualler Dry Creek 1857. Purchased the remainder of a 5-year lease for £396 for the Cavan Arms from publican Henry Thomas JAMES Memorial 5/122

BROWN, Joseph licensed victualler Cavan Arms Dry Creek became a bankrupt in 1858 Memorial 268/146

No 3

BROWN, Joseph farmer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 306/89

BROWN, Joseph farmer Noarlunga, died 23/6/1865. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Ann Brown, for life, then to his children as his wife directed in her will. If his wife died intestate, all the childen to inherit his estate in equal shares. Ann Brown died 27/7/1878. Eldest son William Brown died 20/5/1864. Elizabeth Jane LAFFER wife of Philip Frederick Laffer, Ann LEWIS wife of William Lewis, Stephen Brown and Henry Brown (who turned 21 in January 1851) sold their share in their father's estate to their brother Thomas Brown Application 28494

BROWN, Joseph farmer Scott Creek Hundred of Noarlunga 1855 died 23/6/1865 . His widow Ann Brown died 27/7/1878 intestate. Letters of administration to their son, Thomas Brown farmer Scott Creek to settle the estate. Five children - Son William Brown died 20/5/1864. Henry Brown turned 21 in January 1851. Stephen Brown and Elizabeth Jane LAFFER nee Brown also members of this family Memorial 250/417 & Application 28494

BROWN, Joseph farmer Scott Creek (Hundred of Noarlunga), died 23/6/1865. His widow, Ann Brown, died 27/7/1878. Parents of Stephen Brown of Violet Town Vic and Thomas Brown farmer Scott Creek 1907 Memorial 30/458 & Application 28494

BROWN, Joseph and Ann of Scott Creek Hundred of Noarlunga. Family 1865 - William Brown (died 20/5/1864), Thomas Brown, Elizabeth Jane LAFFER nee Brown (wife of Philip Frederick Laffer), Stephen Brown, Ann LEWIS nee Brown (wife of William Lewis) and Henry Brown (turned 21 in Jan 1851) Application 28494

BROWN, Joseph and Ann of Scott Creek Hundred of Noarlunga. Family 1893 - Elizabeth Jane LAFFER wife of Philip Frederick Laffer market gardener Belair, Ann LEWIS wife of William Lewis market gardener Cherry Gardens, Henry Brown of Streaky Bay and Thomas Brown of Scott Creek 1893 Memorial 1/418

No 4

BROWN, Joseph carpenter Payneham 1858 Memorial 306/144

No 5

BROWN, Joseph bricklayer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 132/138

No 6

BROWN, Joseph mason Glenelg 1858[-1859] Memorial 1/143

No 7

BROWN, Joseph labourer Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5476

No 8

BROWN, Joseph farmer Yarandale died not stated. Probably father of William Brown farm labourer Pt Lincoln, Hugh Brown boomaker Pt Lincoln, Matilda Brown spinster Pt Lincoln, James Shearer Brown mason Pt Lincoln all alive in 1892 Memorial 123/415

BROWN, Joseph Douglas mason Hindmarsh 1922 Memorial 52/487

BROWN, Joseph Henry gardener and Thomas Brown farmer both of Scott Creek Hundred of Noarlunga linked with William Thomas Brown gardener Upper Sturt 1908 Memorial 240/459

BROWN, Joseph Pental master mariner Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 134/276

BROWN, Joseph John painter Strathalbyn 1951 Application 28814

No 1

BROWN, Joshua sawyer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 44/2

No 2

BROWN, Joshua formerly police officer St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide and Ellen Brown his wife 1866 Memorial 27/217

BROWN, Lucretia Sarah spinster Brighton 1898 Application 23651

No 1

BROWN, Luke farmer Callington 1882 Memorial 93/342

BROWN, Luke farmer Callington 1895 Application 23008

No 1

BROWN, Luke farmer Morchard, had died by 1902. Executor - Henry Brown farmer Morchard Book 13 Page 266 County Dalhousie

BROWN, M assistant (not stated) Adelaide 1894 Memorial 219/421

BROWN, Mabel Jane widow formerly of 12 Cambridge Tce, Brighton late of Barmera, died 4/8/1948 Application 28644

No 1

BROWN, Macduff gentleman North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 419/35

BROWN, Macduff gentleman North Adelaide and Caroline Brown his wife 1850[-1851] Memorial 417/27

No 1

BROWN, Marcus Beresford mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 409/50

BROWN, Marcus Beresford gentleman formerly of Adelaide but at present absent therefrom 1859 Memorial 63/151

BROWN, Marcus Beresford formerly mariner 1853 but now master mariner Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16283

BROWN, Martha widow Hundred of Kuitpo 1860 Memorial 271/169

BROWN, Martha Matilda married woman Burra 1953 Application 28956

No 1

BROWN, Mary Ann married woman Willaston 1918 Memorial 61/477

BROWN, Mary Ann widow Willaston, died 13/8/1929. Mother of Henry Joseph Brown. Other children mentioned but not named. Executrixes; Gertrude Corel PATTERSON of Williamstown and Gladys Muriel LAVIS widow Gawler Memorial 61/504

BROWN, Michael farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1856 Memorial 187/101

No 1

BROWN, Moses labourer Hindmarsh 1858 Memorial 84/140

BROWN, Moses formerly of Hindmarsh but now grazier District of Young NSW 1880 Memorial 187/326

No 1

BROWN, Olive spinster North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 9/35.

BROWN, Olive spinster formerly of Adelaide now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 140/55

BROWN, Olive spinster Melbourne Vic, formerly of Adelaide, power of attorney to Joseph HALL commission agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 9/3/1853 Deposit 92/OA.

No 1

BROWN, Patrick farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1856 Memorial 187/101

No 2

BROWN, Patrick farmer Hundred of Eurilpa 1885[-1889] Memorial 164/369

BROWN, Patrick farmer Uroonda trustee unnamed School Hundred of Eurilpa Hundred of Eurilpa land grant 1888 Grant Book 28 Page 60 County Granville

No 1

BROWN, Peter and Hayes leasehold farmers Section 1414 near the Light River 1846 Memorial 53/9.

They leased from WH CLARK brewer Adelaide. Licensed victuallers Section 1414 in 1847 Memorial 68/9

No 2

BROWN, Peter labourer Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1854 Memorial 153/78

BROWN, Peter Hill contractor Angaston 1883-[-1896], died 15/10/1896. Estate worth £110. Eldest daughter Elizabeth Brown spinster Angaston. John Hill Brown of Norwood mentioned but not described 1883 Memorial 14/482

BROWN, Peter Hill contractor Angaston, died 15/10/1896. He left his £110 estate to his eldest daughter, Elizabeth Brown Application 26896

BROWN, Richard farmer Morchard 1884 Book 13 Page 264 County Dalhousie

No 1

BROWN, Robert gardener North Road 1852 Memorial 303/41

No 2

BROWN, Robert farmer Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 100/49

BROWN, Robert farmer Normanville 1858 Memorial 82/145

BROWN, Robert farmer Normanville 1860 Application 1528

No 3

BROWN, Robert miner Worthing Mine near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 425/53

BROWN, Robert miner Worthing Mine near Morphett Vale 1856 Memorial 117/98

No 4

BROWN, Robert yeoman Mt Charles 1857 Memorial 323/115

BROWN, Robert yeoman formerly of Mt Charles but now of the Hundred of Light 1858 Memorial 291/147

No 5

BROWN, Robert farmer Belalie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

No 6 - perhaps the same person

BROWN, Robert fisherman Pt Augusta 1877 Application 15747

BROWN, Robert yeoman Pt Augusta 1891 Memorial 137/408

No 7

BROWN, Robert butcher Canowie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 129 County Victoria

No 8

BROWN, Robert of the Hundred of Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1880 Grant Book 50 Page 114 County Robe

No 1

BROWN, Robert Bruce commercial traveller Adelaide 1903 Memorial 120/448

BROWN, Robert Bruce commercial traveller Hutt St, Adelaide, died 2/2/1905, of pulmonary tuberculosis, aged 45 Application 25555

No 1

BROWN, Samuel farmer Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 206/54

BROWN, Samuel the Younger farmer Strathalbyn, died 17/6/1851 intestate, of fever, aged 33. He had obtained Section 2364 Co Hindmarsh as a land grant on 15/6/1847, for £81. His father, Samuel Brown the Elder labourer Charing, Kent, England, inherited as heir at law. Samuel Brown the Elder had married Mary ROLLINS 6/7/1807 Westwell parish church. Samuel Brown the Younger born c1816 (baptised 16/6/1816 Westwell parish church). Samuel Brown the Elder had worked for Charles Judge land steward Westwell, Kent, for nearly 40 years, when he sold his son’s SA land for £150 in 1854 to George KNIGHT farmer Strathalbyn. Application 707

No 2

BROWN, Samuel draper St Sidwell, Exeter, Devon, and Anna, his wife, former Anna MARTIN widow, mother of Philip MARTIN farmer Adelaide, who had just died, power of attorney to Nathaniel WHEATON gentleman Ley Farm, South Road, Black Forest, near Adelaide, and in default, Philip MARTIN gentleman Melbourne Vic, to finalise the estate and sell the land 2/4/1855 Deposit 257/OA

No 3

BROWN, Samuel sheep farmer Eastern Plains 1867 Memorial 37/223

BROWN, Samuel Vickery clerk The Meadows. Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) new Trustee 1897 Application 23395

BROWN, Solomon carrier Aldinga, died 1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Harriett Brown Memorial 179/217

No 1

BROWN, Stephen brickmaker Brompton 1851[-1873] Memorial 62/31, Application 10482

BROWN, Stephen brickmaker formerly of Brompton 1855 but now of Unley 1885 Memorial 122/368

No 2

BROWN, Stephen yeoman Bowden 1854 Memorial 139/78

BROWN, Steven farmer Hundred of Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

No 1

BROWN, Thomas labourer Plympton 1853[-1879] Memorial 485/46

BROWN, Thomas farmer Plympton, died 1879. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Brown Memorial 121/315

BROWN, Thomas farmer Plympton, died 8/3/1879. His widow, Mary Brown, died 16/9/1888, after being admitted to the Adelaide Destitute Asylum on 9/7/1885 Application 27302

No 2

BROWN, Thomas labourer Stepney 1853 Memorial 438/57

No 3 - perhaps the same person

BROWN, Thomas farmer Balgowan Farm Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 73/83

BROWN, Thomas of Monopilla McLaren Vale 1873 Application 12650

No 4

BROWN, Thomas farmer Section 176 Hundred of Upper Wakefield Co Stanley [near Mintaro] 1854[-1856] Memorial 385/72

BROWN, Thomas farmer Mintaro. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 193 County Stanley

No 5 - perhaps the same person

BROWN, Thomas gardener Copperhouse 1858 Memorial 13/150

BROWN, Thomas farmer Redruth 1876 had bought land in Redruth from Richard NICHOLAS in 1853. R Nicholas had then disappeared and no word heard about him since that date Application 15306

No 6

BROWN, Thomas farmer Scott Creek. Hundred of Noarlunga Co Adelaide 1879[-1907] Memorial 105/319

No 7 – probably the same person; originally with John Brown from Willunga

BROWN, Thomas farmer Yeuka Hundred of Binnum. Hundred of Hynam land grant 1883 Grant Book 29 Page 168 County MacDonnell

BROWN, Thomas stockholder Binnum. Hundred of Binnum land grant 1883 Grant Book 29 Page 148 County MacDonnell

BROWN, Thomas farmer Binnum. Hundred of Binnum land grant 1885 Grant Book 29 Page 149a County MacDonnell

BROWN, Thomas sheep farmer Binnum 1886 Memorial 79/378

No 8

BROWN, Thomas labourer Maitland. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 107 County Fergusson

No 9

BROWN, Thomas farmer Telowie 1893 Memorial 126/418

BROWN, Thomas farmer Telowie. Hundred of Telowie land grant 1894 Grant Book 24 Page 775 County Frome

No 10

BROWN, Thomas bootmaker Strathalbyn 1897[-1902] Memorial 125/430, Application 24403

No 11

BROWN, Thomas farmer Koolywurtie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1899 Grant Book 19 Page 316 County Fergusson

No 12

BROWN, Thomas farmer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1899 Grant Book 60 Page 302 County Victoria

No 13

BROWN, Thomas gardener Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1907 Grant Book 7 Page 21 County Buckingham

BROWN, Thomas Barker labourer Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 326 County Daly

No 1

BROWN, Thomas Barrett labourer Robe and Bridget Brown his wife 1865 Memorial 33/202

BROWN, Thomas Barrett labourer Robe 1874 Application 13774

BROWN, Thomas Barratt labourer Robe 1880 Memorial 93/326

BROWN, Thomas Barrett married Bridget nee ? on 18/4/1860. 7 children of the marriage - Mary Ann Brown born 8/4/1861; John Brown born 30/6/1862; Thomas Barret Brown born 2/3/1864; a boy born 6/6/1866 died in infancy; girl born 30/4/1867; boy born 26/5/1868 died in infancy; Bridget Brown born 27/11/1869 Application 25823.

BROWN, Thomas Barrett the Elder carpenter Robe and Bridget Brown his wife had 4 children. By 1893. TB Brown had died. His family was situated thus: Mrs Brown still lived at Robe; children - John Brown labourer Robe, Thomas Barrett Brown the Younger labourer Bowden. Mary Ann Brown had married Thomas Bridgland labourer Robe and Bridget Lauretta Brown had married John BKORKLUND presently living with TB Brown the Younger at Bowden Memorial 15/417

BROWN, Thomas Clarence clerk Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 20 County Adelaide

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BROWN, Thomas proclaimed bank manager Victor Harbor 1925 Memorial 180/493

BROWN, Thomas F bank manager Victor Harbor 1926 Application 29156

No 1

BROWN, Thomas Frederick brickmaker Brompton 1866[-1878] Memorial 204/217

BROWN, Thomas Frederick brickmaker West St, Brompton and Ellen Brown his wife 1894 Application 22771

No 1

BROWN, Thomas Gattey the Elder gentleman Adelaide 1884 Memorial 213/362

BROWN, Thomas Gattey tailor and outfitter Adelaide father of Thomas Gattey Brown tailor Adelaide and father-in-law of William Gattey HAMMOND gentleman Adelaide 1885 Memorial 161/367

BROWN, Thomas Gattey out of business Adelaide 1887 Memorial 174/387

BROWN, Thomas Gattey clothier Adelaide, died 31/10/1887. Husband of Margaret Ann Brown Memorial 207/402

BROWN, Thomas George district clerk Robe S-E 1924 Memorial 183/489

BROWN, Thomas George Barrett Carl District Clerk Robe 1936. Was he a son of John Brown grazier Robe? Application 27954

No 1

BROWN, Thomas Henry contractor Auburn 1866 Memorial 63/211

BROWN, Thomas Henry farmer Auburn 1867 Memorial 178/224

BROWN, Thomas Langdon foreman engineer Moonta Mines. Hundred of Tiparra land grants 188[-1886]5 Grant Book 14 Page 421 County Daly

BROWN, Thomas Nicholls potter Norwood 1849 Memorial 440/17

No 1

BROWN, Thomas Toderick brickmaker Brompton 1866[-1878] Memorial 204/217, Application 16153

BROWN, Thomas Toderick brickmaker Brompton 1893. He had lived in the neighbourhood since c1850 Application 22540

BROWN, Thomas Toderick brickmaker West St, Brompton 1909, declared that he was 69 years old and had lived in the area for more than 56 years. He used to work for Peter Pomery DUNGEY brickmaker Brompton for many years. PP Dungey used to own Lot 73 in Brompton, which he enclosed and used the land for running his horses and cropping the same for hay Application 25640

BROWN, Tom pastoralist North Adelaide and Ellen Jane Brown his wife 1897 Memorial 243/429

BROWN, Vernon George gardener Scott Creek and CHAPLIN, Alison wife of Laurence Chaplin gardener Scott Creek 1947 Application 28494

No 1

BROWN, Victor Voules contractor Brighton 1875 Memorial 202/323

BROWN, Victor Voules accountant Palmerston Northern Territory of SA 1890 Memorial 197/405

No 1

BROWN, Walter took out a mineral licence in partnership on land 'southerly of Mt Craig' 1887 Memorial 218/388

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BROWN, Walter striker Willaston near Gawler 1892 Memorial 37/413

BROWN, Walter labourer Willaston 1918 Memorial 128/476

BROWN, Walter striker Willaston linked with Walter Frederick Brown moulder Willaston 1921 Memorial 13/482

BROWN, Walter labourer Willaston near Gawler, died 24/8/1926. Husband of Mary Ann Brown Memorial 58/523

No 3

BROWN, Walter formerly baker Portland Vic but now gentleman Mt Gambier linked with James Brown formerly saddler Portland Vic but now storekeeper Horsham Vic 1875 Memorial 231/281

No 4

BROWN, Walter out of business Adelaide 1893 Memorial 123/419

No 5

BROWN, Walter carpenter Willunga 1933 Memorial 4/507

BROWN, Walter carpenter Willunga, died 3/1/1945. Husband of Frances Louisa Brown. Brother to AH Brown [Rather a humorous will] Memorial 127/522

No 6

BROWN, Walter labourer Willaston died 24/8/1926 and Mary Ann Brown his wife, who died 13/8/1929. Parents of Henry Joseph Brown Tube Mill precision straightener Willaston, aged 37 in 1947; Gertrude Coral May PATTERSON married woman Willaston, aged 59 in 1947 and Parnell Lenard Brown plasterer Willaston, aged 56 in 1947 Memorial 58/523, Application 28565

No 1

BROWN, Walter Frederick moulder Willaston near Gawler, died 13/11/1935 Adelaide. Husband of Serephere Isabelle Brown Memorial 145/510

BROWN, Walter Frederick moulder Willaston, died 13/11/1935. He left his £405 estate to his wife, Serephere Isabelle Brown Application 28089

BROWN, Walter Henry farmer McLaren Vale 1912 Memorial 8/468

BROWN, Walter Mason farmer Melton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1938 Grant Book 14 Page 149 County Daly

No 1

BROWN, William labourer Thebarton 1841 Application 21489.

BROWN, William sawyer Thebarton 1853 Memorial 413/56

No 2

BROWN, William farmer Morphett Vale 1843 Still there 1877 Application 16479.

BROWN, William farmer Morphett Vale 1847[-1857] Memorial 32/8 Victoria School House (pt Section 635 Hundred of Noarlunga) trustee 1855 Memorial 230/81

BROWN, William farmer Morphett Vale, died 1878. His widow, Elizabeth Brown, to receive £60 a year for life from the income of the trust estate; after her death, the estate to be carved up as set out in the will Memorial 8/308

No 3

BROWN, William farmer Gawler 1844 Memorial 156/4

BROWN, William farmer Gawler 1853 Memorial 354/49

BROWN, William labourer Gawler 1859 Memorial 171/159

No 4

BROWN, William farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 68/54

No 5

BROWN, William labourer Bowden 1854 Memorial 300/63

BROWN, William farmer Bowden 1854 Memorial 122/78

BROWN, William formerly labourer Bowden 1854 now labourer Gawler 1869 Application 10283.

BROWN, William farmer Bowden 1854. Did he go to Section 1134 Hundred of Onkaparinga for a time?? William Brown labourer Gawler die 30/1/1883 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Jessie Brown. Estate worth £65 Application 19898..

No 6

BROWN, William labourer Mt Barker Hill, Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 356/73

BROWN, William [formerly labourer Mt Barker Hill but then] farmer Tinpot Hundred of Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 9/129

No 7

BROWN, William labourer McLaren Vale 1855, died 16/11/1892 [See Memorials 59/417 and 193/468] Application 28719.

BROWN, William of McLaren Vale, died 16/11/1892. Father of Charles and James Brown no description Memorial 56/417 & RPA Search 2284

BROWN, William labourer McLaren Vale, died 16/11/1892. He left real estate to his sons, James Brown [labourer McLaren Vale 1930], Charles Brown and John Brown. William Brown could not write. His estate worth £120. Executor John FERRISS saddler McLaren Vale Application 27826.

No 8 - perhaps the same person

BROWN, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1857[-1877] Memorial 344/121

BROWN, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16953.

No 9

BROWN, William Wesleyan Minister of the Gospel Kapunda 1858[-1859]. Enrolment/ Superintending Minister of the SA Wesleyan Methodist Society 1859 Memorial 162/152

BROWN, William minister of the Gospel North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 158/166

BROWN, William Wesleyan Minister Gawler 1865 Memorial 321/207

BROWN, William clerk formerly of North Adelaide 1860 but now of the colony of Victoria 1875 Application 14411.

No 10

BROWN, William barman Kooringa 1862 Memorial 119/183

No 11 – perhaps the same person

BROWN, William sheepfarmer near Mintaro Hundred of Hanson land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 283 County Stanley

BROWN, William of the Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 213 County Stanley

No 12

BROWN, William farmer Monarto 1872 Application 12004

No 13

BROWN, William farmer Pt MacDonnell Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 224 County Grey

No 14

BROWN, William blacksmith Strathalbyn 1881 Application 18723

BROWN, William blacksmith Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 164 County Dalhousie

No 15

BROWN, William farmer Killanoola. Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1883 Grant Book 50 Page 154 County Robe

No 16

BROWN, William farmer Morchard 1888 Memorial 57/392

BROWN, William farmer Morchard 1904 Book 13 Page 267 County Dalhousie

No 17

BROWN, William farmer Eurilpa 1891 Memorial 34/410

No 18

BROWN, William clothier Pt Adelaide 1921 Memorial 115/484

No 19

BROWN, William farmer Callington 1955 Memorial 110/530

BROWN, William formerly farmer Callington but now retired Murray Bridge (for 3 months c August 1956) 1956 Application 29239

No 1

BROWN, William Alexander Esquire Liverpool, Co Lancs, England, purchased Sections and allotments in the Wellington Special Survey and the Township of Wellington in 1842 for £45. He died intestate in 1859. He had two daughters, Elizabeth and Mary Ann Brown, who married brothers, Wiliam MCCLELLAN and Thomas McClellan Clerk in Holy Orders The Manor House, Greencastle, Co Donegal, Ireland respectively. Mary Ann McClellan died 1863 intestate, leaving her husband, sister and a number of children her surviving, including Carey Middleton McClellan, the eldest son. Elizabeth McClellan survived her husband, and died 1869 without children, leaving her nephew Carey Middleton McClellan as heir at law. He died 1878 intestate, leaving his father, Thomas McClellan, as heir at law. Thomas McClellan sold the land to his brother, William McClellan, who emigrated to Victoria and became a commercial traveller at Benalla in 1888. He sold the estate to Christopher Charles BELCHER gentleman Yanawonga for £50 on 9/8/1888, promising to get the necessary titles from Ireland within a year. CC Belcher now gentleman Melbourne, sold the land to Sir William JERVOIS formerly of Adelaide now of parts beyond the sea, on 24/9/1890 for £45. This property became part of the Wellington Estate 1902 Application 24465

No 1

BROWN, William Foster carpenter Goolwa 1868 Memorial 242/229

No 2

BROWN, William Foster hotelkeeper Black Lion Hotel Richard St, Hindmarsh 1922[-1923] Memorial 112/485

No 1

BROWN, William Henry farmer Charra trustee unnamed Chapel and School Hundred of Bagster Hundred of Bagster land grant 1897 Grant Book 41 Page 26 County Kintore

No 2

BROWN, William Henry farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 382 County Daly

BROWN, William James Esquire Adelaide 1840 Memorial 17/138

BROWN, William Lumsden farmer Hundred of Colton 1895 Memorial 199/424

BROWN, William Thomas of Hookina 1885 Memorial 72/371

No 1 – the Elder

BROWN, William Voules of Pt Adelaide 1840 Memorial 69/20

Yeoman Kangarilla and Harriot Brown his wife 1848 Memorial 349/11

Stockholder Kangarilla 1848 Memorial 70/20

Licensed victualler Brighton 1851 Memorial 103/30

BROWN, William Voules Thatched House Tavern Brighton 1851[-1854] Memorial 483/36.

BROWN, William Voules stockholder formerly of Kangarilla but now of Brighton 1855 Memorial 436/84

BROWN, William Voules stockholder Section 811 Survey C 1855 Memorial 20/85

BROWN, William Voules farmer Brighton 1855 Memorial 82/85

BROWN, William Voules gentleman Brighton father of Harriet Louisa Brown and Lucretia Sarah Brown spinsters Brighton 1890 Memorials 124 & 125/402

BROWN, William Voules farmer Brighton 1876 Application 15690

BROWN, William Voules publican Brighton 1882 Application 19290

BROWN, William Voules gentleman Brighton, died 29/1/1893. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Harriet Voules Brown, for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Harriet Voules Brown died 6/7/1897, of natural decay, aged 84. One daughter was Harriet Louisa Brown spinster Brighton. Another daughter was Elizabeth Susannah HARVEY wife of James Harvey gentleman Salisbury Application 26377

No 2 – the Younger

BROWN, William Voules publican The Hummocks 1868 Memorial 50/266

BROWN, William Voules the Younger publican Greens Plains 1873 Memorial 51/266

BROWN, William Voules the Younger licensed victualler Greens Plains Owen township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 27 Page 442 County Gawler

BROWN, William Voules the Younger publican Gawler Co Gawler. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 197 County Daly

BROWNE, Andrew bookseller Adelaide 1855 Memorial 77/89

BROWNE, Andrew bookseller Adelaide, died c1855. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anne Elizabeth Browne, absolutely Memorial 208/197

BROWNE, Anne Elizabeth of Adelaide widow of the late Andrew Browne 1857 Memorial 329/123

BROWNE, Clifford Harding public accountant Adelaide 1925 Memorial 80/492

BROWNE, Henry mayor of Silverton NSW 1889 Memorial 134/399

BROWNE, James stockdealer formerly of near Nairne 1882 but now of Kapunda 1902 Application 24430

BROWNE, James Henry farmer and grazier Happy Valley 1923 Application 27189

No 1

BROWNE, James Stewart Esquire Pt Lincoln 1851 Memorial 105/35

BROWNE, James Stewart SM Tanunda 1857 Memorial 323/114

BROWNE, James Stewart JP SM Kapunda 1858 Memorial 256/142

BROWNE, Jessie married woman Blessington St, St Kilda Vic 1900 Memorial 45/440

No 1

BROWNE, John Harris and William James Browne Esquires formerly of Wongalere but now of Booborowie 1849 Memorial 40/19

BROWNE, John Harris Esquire Pt Gawler 1860[-1864] Memorial 171/206

Linked with William James Browne Esquire Moorak near Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 193/200 Esquire

formerly of Pt Gawler but now of Mitcham 1865 Memorial 175/206

BROWNE, John Harris Esquire Delamere Mitcham 1867[-1869] Memorial 2/225, Application 10000

BROWNE, John Harris gentleman Adelaide linked with Alice Mary Browne and Mary Elizabeth Browne spinsters Glenelg. Also Thomas Lansdowne Browne barrister at law Adelaide 1889 Memorial 199/399

No 1

BROWNE, John James Harding furniture manufacturer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1910 Memorial 230/462

BROWNE, John James Harding furniture warehouseman and merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1913 Memorial 169/469

BROWNE, John James Harding furnisher Adelaide 1921 Memorial 105/483

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BROWNE, John Stewart Esquire Pt Lincoln 1847[-1857] Memorial 186/9

BROWNE, John Stewart Special Magistrate Kapunda 1858[-1864] Memorial 27/137

BROWNE, John Stewart of Helston, Hundred of Kapunda 1859 Application 802

BROWNE, John Stewart Esquire Tadmore near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 36/219

BROWNE, John Stewart the Younger articled clerk to F DAVIDSON solicitor Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 168/246

BROWNE, John Stewart Commissioner of the Supreme Court Adelaide 1870 Application 10674

BROWNE, John Stewart Esquire formerly of Kapunda but now of Pt Lincoln 1870 Application 10946

BROWNE, John Stewart SM Pt Lincoln 1876 Memorial 7/293

BROWNE, John Stewart gentleman Pt Lincoln 1876 Memorial 184/299

BROWNE, John Stewart stipendiary magistrate Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1878 Grant Book 21 Page 45 County Flinders

BROWNE, John Stewart Stipendiary Magistrate Pt Lincoln 1882 Application 19525

No 1

BROWNE, Leonard Gilbert Esquire Buckland Park Pt Gawler 1886[-1894] Memorial 96/378

BROWNE, Leonard Gilbert gentleman Buckland Park, at present residing in parts beyond the sea 1901. LG Browne had returned to Adelaide in March 1896 to make arrangements for the sale of the Leaworthy Sections (96-101, 167 Hundred of Pt Gawler), leased to various tenants for at least 3 decades, of the Buckland Park Estate. On 4/6/1901, he wrote from London to his attorney William Frederic JACOB agent Alma Chambers, Adelaide 'I am very pleased to hear of the excellent result of this sale' 1901 Application 24200

BROWNE, Leonard Gilbert gentleman formerly of Buckland Park near Pt Gawler but now of Springfield Parkstone, Dorset, England 1905[-1911] Memorial 87/453

No 1

BROWNE, Michael farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 15 County Kimberley

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

No 1

BROWNE, Nicholas farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 72 County Victoria

BROWNE, Nicholas farmer Gulnare Plains. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 252 County Victoria

No 1

BROWNE, Patrick farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 257 County Victoria

No 2

BROWNE, Patrick farmer Rice Creek Co Stanley. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 44 County Kimberley

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

No 1

BROWNE, Patrick farmer Hundred of Eurilpa Co Granville 1886 Memorial 250/376

BROWNE, Patrick John agent Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1920 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

No 1

BROWNE, Percival John Esquire formerly of Buckland Filliegh, Devon, England but now of Adelaide linked with William James Browne Esquire formerly of Moorak near Mt Gambier but now of Buckland Filliegh, Devon, England 1892 Memorial 227/412

BROWNE, Percival John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Buckland Filleigh, Devon, England 1892 Memorial 59/414

BROWNE, Percival John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the sea 1895 Application 22829

BROWNE, Percival John Lieutenant in HM Army formerly of Moorak Mt Gambier and Fifehead Magdalen Gillingham, Dorset, England, died 27/9/1909. Executors; Arthur Scott Browne JP and Deputy-Lieutenant of Devon, of Buckland Filleigh, Highampton, North Devon, England, and Leonard Gilbert Browne Esquire Springfield, Parkstone, Dorset, England 1911 Memorial 131/464

No 1

BROWNE, Thomas J solicitor Adelaide 1914 Memorial 139/471

BROWNE, Thomas John solicitor Adelaide (Exchange Buildings, Pirie St) 1946 solicitor to Auldana Ltd of Penfold Rd, Magill Application 28420

No 1

BROWNE, Thomas Lansdowne barrister at law Adelaide linked with Wiliam James Browne Esquire formerly of Moorak near Mt Gambier but now of Buckland Filleigh, Devon, England 1889 Memorial 41/399

BROWNE, Thomas Lansdowne barrister at law Adelaide 1894 Memorial 233/420

ROWNE, Thomas Lansdowne Esquire Adelaide 1895 Application 22829

BROWNE, Thomas Lansdowne stockholder Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1897 Memorial 115/432

BROWNE, Thomas Lansdowne stockholder Adelaide Co Adelaide Hundred of Everard land grant 1897 Grant Book 56 Page 398 County Stanley

BROWNE, Thomas Landsowne gentleman Moorak near Mt Gambier, local attorney for Percival John Browne of parts beyond the sea 1904 Application 24755

BROWNE, Thomas Lansdowne solicitor formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Adelaide linked with Percival John Browne of Fifehead Magdalen, England Colonel in the Army 1906 Memorial 56/455

BROWNE, Thomas Lansdowne barrister at law formerly of Moorak near Mt Gambier but now of Buckland Park near Two Wells 1908 Memorial 152/458

BROWNE, Thomas Lansdowne Esquire Adelaide (Marlborough Chambers, Waymouth St) linked with Arthur Scott Browne Esquire Buckland Filleigh Highampton, Devon, England 1910 Memorial 89/463

BROWNE, Thomas Landsdowne barrister Adelaide (Marlborough Chambers, Waymouth St) 1912 Application 26110

BROWNE, Thomas Landsdowne gentleman Buckland Park, Two Wells 1912 Memorial 20/467

BROWNE, Thomas Lansdowne barrister Adelaide 1925 Memorial 124/497

No 1 - possibly the same person

BROWNE, William Harvey farmer Wakefield River purchased a half share in a seven-year lease to conduct the Wakefield Arms Hotel 1849 Memorial 396/14

BROWNE, William Harvey sheep farmer Point Riley 1858 Memorial 50/148

No 1

BROWNE, William James and BROWNE, John Harris Esquires Wongalere near Adelaide 1846[-1848] Memorial 249/6

BROWNE, William James Esquire Booboorowie 1851[-1853].

BROWNE, William James sheep farmer Pt Gawler 1856 Memorial 277/106

BROWNE, William James Esquire Buckland Park Gawler River 1856 Linked with John Harris Browne of Booborowie Memorial 125/109

Esquire of Mitcham 1861. Esquire of Moorak near Mt Gambier 1866 Enrolment 61/47

BROWNE, William James Esquire Home Park and BROWNE, John Harris Esquire Pt Gawler 1860 Application 1791

BROWNE, William James Esquire formerly of Pt Gawler but now residing in parts beyond the seas 1857 linked with John Harris Browne Esquire Pt Gawler Memorial 248/122

BROWNE, William James Esquire Home Park near Adelaide 1859 Memorial 230/158

BROWNE, William James Esquire Mitcham 1860 Memorial 174/206 Esquire formerly of Mitcham but now of Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 175/206

BROWNE, William James Esquire formerly of Moorak near Mt Gambier but now of Anlaby House, Pittville near Cheltenham, England 1870 Memorial 51/245

BROWNE, William James Esquire formerly of Moorak Mt Gambier and BROWNE, John Harris Esquire formerly Delamere Mitcham now of parts beyond the sea 1874 used to own land in Nailsworth, which they leased to tenants Application 13463

BROWNE, William James Esquire formerly of Moorak near Mt Gambier now of Buckland Filleigh, Devon, England 1891. He had a son called Percival John Browne 'presently in Adelaide' Application 22186

BROWNETT, Henry of Rundle St Kent Town clerk to Lewis COHEN MP Adelaide 1887 Memorial 190/386

No 1

BROWNETT, Richard commission agent Kensington 1877 Memorials 203/304 & 94/342

BROWNETT, Richard agent Adelaide 1880 Memorial 141/322

BROWNETT, Richard licensed land broker Adelaide 1881 Application 18706

BROWNING, John schoolmaster Portland Bay Vic 1875 Memorial 187/283

BROWNING, John Morgan farmer Moonta Mines 1885 Memorial 244/363

No 1

BROWNING, Joseph labourer Queenstown 1855 Memorial 79/89

BROWNING, Joseph died 28/1/1857 intestate. His widow, Mary Browning, and their two children, John Smith Browning and Alice Kate Browning, returned to live in Britain, in Stroud, Gloucestershire, England, about a year later. Mary Browning remarried, to Charles FRANKLIN. John Smith Browning died 4/8/1858 Stroud intestate, leaving his sister, Alice Kate Browning as his heir at law. She lived at Stockton on Tees, England, by 1882 Memorial 193/345

BROWNING, Joseph labourer Queenstown built a house on lot 397 Queenstown in 1855. He died 28/1/1857 intestate, leaving his widow, Mary Browning, and two children John Smith Browning aged 7 and Alice Kate Browning 5 months. From 1857-1870, Mrs Browning rented out the land to Joshua EVANS gentleman Queenstown, who then bought the property. The Brownings left for England on 19/12/1857. John Smith Browning born 8/5/1850, died 9/8/1858 at Stroud, Glos, England. His sister inherited the Queenstown estate as heir at law. Mary Browning 41 widow of Stroud (Father: Leonard SMITH baker) married Charles FRANKLIN 49 widower dyer Paganhill (Father: James Franklin dyer) on 25/12/1864 in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Stroud. Likely that she was a sister to Mrs Charles PEPWORTH nee Anne ? of 18 Old Chapel St, Stroud. They both signed her marriage register entry. By 1882, Joshua Evans was a Pt Adelaide shipping agent, and Alice Kate Browning lived at Stockton on Tees, England Application 19505

BROWNING, JH JP of the Quarantine Station 1892 Memorial 124/418

No 1

BROWNING, Nicholas licensed victualler Adelaide 1848. He bought land grant Section 157 Hundred of Willunga 77 acres for £77. Memorial 421/11

By 1850, he was late of Adelaide, now licensed victualler Devonshire Arms, McLaren Vale Memorial 262/27

Mary Browning his wife 1851 Memorial 231/33

BROWNING, Nicholas publican late of Adelaide now McLaren Vale 1851[-1853] Memorial 373/36.

BROWNING, Nicholas publican McLaren Vale, died c1853. Estate worth £500. His whole estate to his wife, Mary Browning nee SHARP Application 27793, Enrolment 48/16

BROWNING, Mary widow McLaren Vale and relict of the late Nicholas Browning formerly licensed victualler McLaren Vale but now deceased 1854 Memorial 411/62

No 1

BROWNING, Thomas labourer East Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 90 County Daly

BROWNING, Thomas Chidester farmer near Moonta 1894 Memorial 30/422

BROWNING, Thomas Chidester farmer Moonta, had died by 1904. Executor; John Morgan Browning farmer East Moonta Grant Book 14 Page 96 County Daly

BROWNLEES, George blacksmith Penola 1888 Secretary of the Penola Permanent Building & Investment Society Application 21521

BROWNSEA, John Stephen James electrician Stepney 1912 Application 26123

BROWNSEY, Joseph baker Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 15754

BROWNSWORD, John clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 5 Page 14 County Blachford

No 1

BRUCE, Albert Henry farmer Brucefield 1898 Memorial 39/434

BRUCE, Albert Henry farmer Hundred of Tickera 1904 Memorial 168/451

BRUCE, Albert Henry farmer Brucefield. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1905[-1906] Grant Book 14 Page 220 County Daly

No 1

BRUCE, Alexander agent Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 146/359

BRUCE, Alexander wharfinger Pt Adelaide 1891 Memorial 40/407

No 1

BRUCE, Andrew of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 86/149

BRUCE, Andrew mason Kapunda 1862 Application 2980

BRUCE, Andrew mason Kapunda 1866[-1868] Memorial 196/213

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BRUCE, Andrew builder Adelaide 1883 Memorial 142/351

BRUCE, Andrew builder Adelaide (Hawdon St) 1886 [probably in partnership with John Paull] Memorial 88/380

No 1

BRUCE, Arthur Davies storekeeper Balaklava Balaklava township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 215 County Gawler

BRUCE, Arthur Davies storekeeper Yongala 1886 Memorial 136/378

BRUCE, CB of North Adelaide 1907 Memorial 231/457

No 1

BRUCE, Charles Constantine of Calcutta, Province of Bengal, became a bankrupt 1852 Memorial 275/53

BRUCE, Charles Constantine Esquire Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 225/75

BRUCE, Charles Constantine Esquire Adelaide heir at law and devisee under the will of his father, the late William Bruce formerly merchant Calcutta, Province of Bengal but now deceased 1855 Memorial 128/88

BRUCE, Charles Constantine gentleman Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 34/91

BRUCE, Charles Constantine gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 34/202

No 1

BRUCE, Douglas customs officer Tenterden near Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 180/37.

BRUCE, Douglas gentleman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 86/89

BRUCE, Douglas formerly customs officer Tenterden 1851 but now land steward Mitcham 1861 Application 2509

BRUCE, Douglas [formerly customs officer Tenterden but now] farmer Houghton 1863 Memorial 189/192

No 2

BRUCE, Douglas brewer Clare 1857 Memorial 154/113

No 3

BRUCE, Douglas stockowner Wallerberdina 1867 Memorial 106/225

BRUCE, Douglas and Robert stockholders Wallerberdina north of Mt Arden in the Far North of SA [Excellent description of improvement on the station] 1869 Memorial 108/238

BRUCE, Douglas James bank clerk Broken Hill NSW Hundred of Louth land grant 1905 Grant Book 21 Page 17 County Flinders

No 1

BRUCE, Edward clerk Norwood linked with Marion Bruce Bruce spinster formerly of Kensington but now of Norwood 1892 Memorial 143/414

BRUCE, Edward accountant Norwood 1902 Memorial 65/446

BRUCE, Edward sharebroker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 95 County Chandos

BRUCE, Edward accountant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bews land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 6 County Chandos

BRUCE, EJ JP of Pt Lincoln 1909 Memorial 116/461

No 1

BRUCE, Frederic O clerk to TB BRUCE solicitor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 103/185

BRUCE, Frederic O clerk to STOW & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1864[-1866] Memorial 233/199

BRUCE, Frederic O solicitor Adelaide 1871[-1881] Memorial 250/251

BRUCE, Frederic Oberlin solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1877 Memorial 181/299

BRUCE, Frederic Oberlin solicitor Adelaide Co Adelaide. Sapphiretown (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 11 Page 3 County Carnarvon

BRUCE, Frederic Oberlin solicitor Adelaide 1880 Application 18001

BRUCE, Frederic Oberlin solicitor Adelaide linked with John Albert Bruce agent Kapunda 1880 Memorial 105/323

BRUCE, FO solicitor Adelaide linked with Rosalie Bruce widow formerly of North Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1883 Memorial 96/348

BRUCE, FO solicitor Adelaide linked with John Albert Bruce assayer Kensington 1886 Memorial 207/377

BRUCE, Frederic Oberlin solicitor Adelaide (East Tce), died 22/11/1888 King William St Adelaide, of a gunshot wound inflicted while in a state of temporary insanity, aged 49 Application 21726

No 1

BRUCE, George tailor Adelaide (Moore St) 1868 Memorial 230/227

No 2

BRUCE, George farmer Peela Weela. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1882[-1904] Grant Book 14 Page 307 County Daly

BRUCE, George farmer Tickera 1891 Memorial 77/410

No 1

BRUCE, Henry of Tickera 1891 Memorial 79/410

BRUCE, Henry farmer Brucefield 1895 Memorial 43/424

BRUCE, Henry farmer Tickera, died c1896. George Bruce farmer Tickera one of the executors. Albert Henry Bruce mentioned but not described Memorial 70/428

BRUCE, Henry died 11/9/1895. Executors: George Bruce farmer Alford and Albert Henry Bruce farmer Hundred of Tickera 1896 Memorial 177/429

BRUCE, Henry farmer Hundred of Tickera, died 11/9/1895. Executor; George Bruce farmer Alford. Albert Henry Bruce and William Andrew Bruce farmers Hundred of Tickera also belonged to this family 1903 Memorials 74 & 75/450

No 1

BRUCE, James fisherman Glenelg 1867 Application 8181

BRUCE, James mariner Glenelg 1873 Application 12862

BRUCE, John of Holland St, Adelaide linked with Ellen Bruce of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 108/391

No 1

BRUCE, John Albert assayer Adelaide 1853[-1855] Robe township allotments purchase Memorial 403/70

BRUCE, John Albert gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1860 but now of Kapunda 1863 Application 4751

BRUCE, John Albert assayer Kapunda 1864[-1867] Memorial 249/195

BRUCE, John Albert agent Kapunda. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869[-1882] Grant Book 14 Page 57 County Daly

BRUCE, John Albert agent Kapunda 1871 Memorial 128/253

BRUCE, John Albert auctioneer Kapunda 1877[-1880] Memorial 14/298

BRUCE, John Albert auctioneer Kapunda, died 15/1/1891 Application 26747

No 1

BRUCE, John Albert assayer Adelaide Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 107 County Grey

BRUCE, John Albert assayer Adelaide Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 44 Page 310 County Light

BRUCE, John Albert gentleman Kapunda Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1866 Grant Book 44 Page 309 County Light

BRUCE, John Albert assayer Kensington linked with FO Bruce solicitor Adelaide 1883 Memorial 117/347

BRUCE, John Albert assayer Adelaide 1884 Memorial 187/357

BRUCE, John Albert assayer Adelaide, died 31/7/1889. One of the executors was Theodore Bruce Memorial 233/402

BRUCE, Harriet Ellen of Bishop's Place, Kensington, died c1891 intestate. Letters of administration to Marion Bruce Bruce of the same place to settle the estate Memorial 45/414

No 1

BRUCE, John David sheepfarmer Hilsea Lake Hamilton 1898 Memorial 140/437

BRUCE, John David auctioneer Pt Lincoln 1904 Memorial 42/452

BRUCE, John David sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln 1909[-1918] Memorial 70/461, Application 26672

BRUCE, John Quinton architect Adelaide 1913 Application 26187

BRUCE, Marion Bruce and BRUCE, Caroline Bruce spinsters Stirling West 1915 Application 26446

No 1

BRUCE, Peter mason Darebin St, West Adelaide 1899 Memorial 114/449

No 2

BRUCE, Peter of Valparaiso Chile and Annie Alicia Margaret Bruce his wife 1902 Memorial 240/450

BRUCE, Richard of SA bought land in Nailsworth 1850 Memorial 401/24

No 1

BRUCE, Richard Hamilton farmer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bright land grant 1881 Grant Book 9 Page 46 County Burra

BRUCE, Richard Hamilton chaff and wood merchant Redruth 1882 Memorial 223/339

BRUCE, Richard Hamilton formerly sheepfarmer Baldina but now out of business Kooringa 1923 Memorial 129/488

BRUCE, Richard William labourer Kooringa 1924[-1926] Memorial 122/491, Application 27493

No 1

BRUCE, Robert gentleman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 491/85

BRUCE, Robert builder Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 27/100

No 2

BRUCE, Robert sheep farmer Wallerberdina Station 1874[-1877] Memorial 32/279

BRUCE, Robert sheepfarmer Wallerberdina. Trustee Cemetery Hookina (Hundred of Barndioota) allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 66 Page 106 County Blachford

BRUCE, Robert stockowner formerly of Wallerberdina Station but now of Adelaide 1878 Memorial 109/312

BRUCE, Robert sheep farmer formerly of Wallerberdina Station but now in parts beyond the seas 1880 Memorial 168/326

BRUCE, Robert sheepfarmer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 303 County Not named

No 3

BRUCE, Robert sheep farmer Coondambo 1879[-1885] Memorial 37/346

No 1

BRUCE, Rosalie widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1875 Memorial 56/282

BRUCE, Rosalie widow of parts beyond the seas 1885 Memorial 150/365

BRUCE, Rosalie widow Heatherdale Sneyd Park near Bristol, England 1887 Memorial 80/389

BRUCE, Rosalie widow Heatherdale Stoke Bishop, Glos, England, declared of unsound mind. Management of her affairs to her daughters, Florence Marion Bruce and Blanche Rosalie Bruce spinsters, of the same address 1902[-1904] Memorial 80/389

BRUCE, Samuel shoemaker Goodwood 1848[-1848] Memorial 497/11

No 1

BRUCE, Talbot Baines clerk to Messrs FENN & WEARING solicitors Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 437/42.

BRUCE, Talbot Baines gentleman Kensington 1854. Linked with William Bruce merchant Kensington Memorial 390/62

BRUCE, TB solicitor Adelaide 1863[-1867] Memorial 297/198

No 1

BRUCE, Theo clerk to STOW & BRUCE of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1866 Memorial 13/213

BRUCE, Theodore and George Sydney ALDRIDGE auctioneers Adelaide 1885 Memorial 43/373

BRUCE, Theodore and Robert Bruce auctioneers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Theodore Bruce & Co in the Old Exchange Building Pirie St 1900 Memorial 55/440

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRUCE, William gardener Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 149/24

BRUCE, William gardener Cox Creek 1868[-1881] Memorial 116/229

No 2

BRUCE, William merchant Kensington 1852[-1854] Memorial 16/41.

BRUCE, William merchant Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 203/62

BRUCE, William merchant Kensington & Norwood 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

BRUCE, William formerly merchant Adelaide but now gentleman Prospect 1864 Memorial 109/204

No 3

BRUCE, William ironmoulder The Semaphore and Alice Victoria Bruce his wife 1931[-1938] Memorial 139/504

BRUDENELL, William baker Adelaide and North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 229/32

BRUCE, William Walker gardener Hanson St, Adelaide, died 18/9/1894, of senile decay and apoplexy, aged 78 Application 24508.

BRUGGEMANN/BRÜGGEMANN, Conrad Friedrich Louis formerly of Marion St, Unley but now out of business Clifton St, Malvern 1940 Memorial 138/515

BRUEGGEMANN/BRUGGEMANN/BRÜGGEMANN, DH clerk Adelaide 1912 Memorial 6/467

BRUEGGEMANN/BRUGGEMANN/BRÜGGEMANN, Friedrich Christian Wilhelm saddler Adelaide 1890 Memorial 64/405

BRUEGGEMANN/BRUGGEMANN/BRÜGGEMANN,, Friedrich Christian Wilhelm saddler Adelaide, LOHMEYER, Julius civil engineer Adelaide, MUTH, Gustav Adolph formerly out of business Hyde Park now baker Goodwood; Caroline Friedericke Henriette KLÖPPER widow Hope Valley, Henriette Henriecke HEIR widow Hope Valley and Johanne DUSCHKA widow Hope Valley, the remaining members of the Hope Valley Evangelical Lutheran Church. The church was built on pt Section 824 Hundred of Yatala. The first three people mentioned on the list above were the present trustees for the property. Two trustees had died - Carl KOLWES innkeeper Hope Valley, died 19/3/1890, of cerebral congestion and a coma, aged 57. KLÖPPER, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hope Valley, died 8/4/1888, of pneumonia, aged 65. No church services held for the past 12 months and the building was falling badly into disrepair. The Hope Valley members had joined St Stephen's Wakefield St, whose pastor used to preach at Hope Valley. On the map, it shows an entrance road to the right of the church leading to a cemetery at the back. The property to be sold to Charles HILL butcher Hope Valley 1907 Application 25280

No 1

BRUEGGEMANN/BRUGGEMANN/BRÜGGEMANN, Heinrich Christoph farmer Tanunda 1851 Memorial 389/36.

BRUEGGEMANN/BRUGGEMANN/BRÜGGEMANN,, Heinrich Christoph farmer Section 2719 Hundred of Barossa 1853 Memorial 265/60

BRUEGGEMANN/BRUGGEMANN/BRÜGGEMANN,, Heinrich Christoph died c1865. He bequeathed all his interitance of farming implements, cattle, furniture and the whole inventory in favour of' his wife, Johanne Wilhelmine Brueggemann nee TORBITZKY Memorial 346/203

BRUEHL/BRUHL/BRÜHL, Peter farmer Schönfeld 1872 Memorial 31/262

BRUEHL/BRUHL/BRÜHL, Sigwort medical practitioner Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 5 Page 17 County Blachford

No 1

BRUFF, Charles farmer Gumeracha 1934 Memorial 183/507

BRUFF, Charles farmer formerly of Gumeracha but now of Willaston near Gawler 1945 Memorial 21/519

BRUGGY, Margaret widow Wirreanda Co Granville [Mrs Michael Bruggy nee Margaret NOONAN] Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 189 County Stanley

No 1

BRUHN, Carl bricklayer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 86/20

No 2

BRUHN, Carl Charles labourer Robertstown 1906 Grant Book 17 Page 178 County Eyre

BRUHN, Christian farmer Saddleworth 1861 Memorial 151/175

No 1 - probably the same person

BRUHN, George cabinetmaker Adelaide (Wright St) 1849[-1853] Memorial 251/55

BRUHN, George Hermann formerly of Adelaide but now residing out of the province of SA 1851. Husband of Caroline Bruhn. Father of Adele Bruhn and Mathilde Bruhn. Land set aside in trust in Stepney St, Stepney, for the maintenance of the wife for life and daughters until the daughters reached 21 and inherited the property in equal shares in remainder expectant absolutely after their mother died. People involved with the sale and trust included: Louise Auguste WEISER of Dresden, Saxony, Germany, but temporarily residing in Adelaide (a sister to Mrs Bruhn); Johann HOFFMANN labourer Stepney; Moritz HIRSCHBERG general dealer Adelaide (Flinders St) and Carl VOGES cabinetmaker Adelaide (Flinders St) Memorial 393/29

BRUHN, Caroline of the Sturt sold her Stepney allotment in 1855 Memorial 151/89

BRUHN, Joachim farmer Hundred of Lindley 1887[-1891] Memorial 14/387

BRUHN, Johann farmer near Steelton on the Dirty Light Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1865[-1866] Grant Book 44 Page 377 County Light

BRUMBY, John Robert blacksmith Warrina Out of Hundreds. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 251 County Not named

BRUMBY, Richard farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 188 County Dalhousie

BRUMLEY, John farmer Cherry Gardens 1913 Application 26266

BRUMLEY, William of Cherry Gardens 1874 Memorial 112/272

BRUMFIELD, Edward George farmer Strathalbyn 1956 Application 28803

BRUMFIELD, George farmer Virginia 1924 Application 27281

No 1

BRUMFIELD, Thomas farmer Hundred of Pirie 1887 Memorial 127/384

BRUMFIELD,Thomas farmer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1899 Grant Book 60 Page 302 County Victoria

BRUMMITT, Mary widow formerly of Medindie but now of Dulwich 1933 Memorial 92/507

No 1

BRUMMITT, Robert medical practitioner Kooringa 1878[-1893] Memorial 15/311

BRUMMITT, Robert medical practitioner Kooringa 1886 Application 20890

BRUMMITT, Robert surgeon formerly of Kooringa now of Adelaide 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

BRUMMITT, Robert medical practitioner Kooringa ceased to practise medicine at Burra on 31/3/1900. He sold the practice to John Ikin SANGSTER the Elder and John Ikin SANGSTER the Younger medical practitioners Kooring for £1,600 including a house and the goodwill of the practice. 'The vendor undertakes to use his influence to ensure the transfer of the several professional appointments now held by him … That in the event of opposition being organised against the purchasers by the introducion of another medical man to practise in Burra within one year from 31/3/1900 and upon proof that it an be shown that such opposition has ben arranged by the official members of the Wesleyan Methodist Church then the amount of £450 to be paid in the first year as aforesaid shall be reduced to £90' Application 28482

BRUMMITT, Robert medical practitioner Gilberton 1904 Memorial 141/452

BRUMMITT, Robert medical practitioner Medindie. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BRUNDELL, George labourer Payneham 1851[-1855] Memorial 80/39

BRUNDELL, George farmer Inman Valley 1856 Memorial 1/97

BRUNDELL, George farmer Inman Valley 1862 Application 2950

BRUNDELL, George farmer Bald Hills Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 137 County Fergusson

BRUNELL, Henry Secretary of the Ancient Order of Foresters Exeter 1916 Application 26560.

BRUNELL, James painter Le Fevre Peninsula 1879[-1892] Memorial 155/314, Application 22201

BRUNING, Christian baker North Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 131/74

BRUNING, Heinrich farmer One Tree Farm near Payneham 1850 Memorial 432/28

BRUNKHORST, August Ludwig jeweller Adelaide (Rundle St) 1882 Memorial 246/344

No 1

BRUNS, Friedrich farmer Bugle Ranges 1853 Memorial 379/92

BRUNS, Friedrich Adolph Gottfried farmer Bugle Ranges 1856[-1860] Memorial 73/98

BRUNS, Friedrich Adolph Gottfried farmer formerly of the Bugle Ranges 1856 BUT now of the Bremer 1863 Application 4016

No 1

BRUNS, Friedrich Heinrich August farmer Hartley on the Bremer 1912 Memorial 175/466

BRUNS, Friedrich Heinrich August farmer formerly of Hartley but now of Minlaton 1923 Application 27207

No 1 – the Elder

BRUNSKILL, George gentleman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 244/9

BRUNSKILL, George Esquire Kensington 1850 Memorial 346/26

BRUNSKILL, George gentleman Kensington 1851[-1854] Memorial 239/38

BRUNSKILL, George gentleman Sandford near Kensington 1852 Memorial 211/44

BRUNSKILL, G Esquire Sandford Park near Kensington 1858 Memorial 350/140

BRUNSKILL, George merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 23/60

BRUNSKILL, George corn factor Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 298/118

BRUNSKILL, George corn factor Greenock 1858 Memorial 134/142

BRUNSKILL, George merchant formerly of Kensington but now of Greenock Creek 1860 Memorial 233/165

BRUNSKILL, Sarah Norman widow Kensington 1874 Memorial 191/271

No 2 - the Younger

BRUNSKILL, George agent Morgan. Trustee cemetery Morgan 1883 Grant Book 18 Page 20 County Eyre

BRUNSKILL, George river trader Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 216 County Sturt

BRUNT, Joseph agent Adelaide leased land in Peel St, Adelaide where he established the White Hart Skittle Saloon [probably in association with the nearby White Hart Hotel, Hindley St] 1881[-1883] Memorial 74/334

No 1

BRUNZEL, Johann Wilhelm labourer Blumberg 1858 Memorial 4/138

BRUNZEL, Johann Wilhelm of Blumberg, died early 1870s. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anna Elisabeth Brunzel nee NEUMANN Memorial 72/272

BRUNZEL, Anna Elisabeth widow Blumberg 1877 relict of the late Johann Wilhelm Brunzel labourer Blumberg, who died 15/2/1874 Memorial 55/297

BRUS, Johann farmer Hundred of Schomburgk. Hundred of Schomburgk land grant 1891 Grant Book 9 Page 218 County Burra

BRUS, Robert farmer Angle Vale 1903 Application 24696

BRUSCHKE, Ernst Hermann miller Tanunda 1861 Memorial 131/174

No 1

BRUSE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Hall land grant 1893 Grant Book 56 Page 224 County Stanley

BRUSE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Balaklava 1894 Memorial 101/421

No 1

BRUSE, Friedrich Wilhelm Peter farmer and cabinetmaker Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 95/288

BRUSE, Friedrich Wilhelm Peter (sometimes known as Peter Friedrich Bruse or Friedrich Wilhelm Bruse) farmer and cabinetmaker Hahndorf, died 1893. He left his entire estate to his daughter, Alwine Helene Caroline Bruse spinster Pt Pirie absolutely Application 22590

BRUSE, Heinrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 310/55

No 1

BRUSE, Wilhelm of Redruth 1851 Memorial 208/30

BRUSE, Wilhelm cabinetmaker Kooringa 1853 Memorial 48/136

BRUSE, Wilhelm Ludwig Heinrich cabinetmaker Kooringa 1854[-1857] Memorials 291/73 & 151/114

BRUSE, Wilhelm Ludwig Heinrich merchant Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1864 Grant Book 8 Page 14 County Burra

BRUSE, Wilhelm Ludwig Heinrich merchant Kooringa 1868 Memorial 3/231

BRUSE, Wilhelm Ludwig Heinrich cabinetmaker Kooringa 1870[-1876] Application 10500.

BRUSE, Wilhelm Ludwig Heinrich merchant Kooringa Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 13 County Kimberley

BRUSE, Wilhelm Ludwig Heinrich cabinetmaker Burra 1883[-1885] Application 19695

No 1

BRUSHER, George mariner Alberton 1851 Memorial 354/35.

BRUSHER, George fisherman Alberton 1853 Memorial 212/54

BRUSHER, George fisherman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1861] Memorial 8/66

BRUSHER, George oysterman Melbourne Vic 1865 Memorial 343/201

BRUSNAHAN, John clerk to Cowan?? SCOTT solicitor Pt Pirie 1894 Memorial 40/421

BRUTON, John Curzon gasworker Thebarton 1873 Application 12791

BRYAN, Andrew and John farmers Kilkenny 1893[-1907] Memorial 160/417

BRYAN, Francis Patrick of Roseworthy. His wife, Eliza Bryan, died 7/12/1902. Estate worth £1,890 Memorial 46/448

BRYAN, Guy the Younger Esquire formerly of Woodham Walter, Essex, but now of Adelaide 1839 Application 29777

No 1

BRYAN, Henry coachman North Adelaide 1882 Memorial 245/340

BRYAN, Henry labourer Kangarilla 1889 Memorial 142/396

BRYAN, Henry of Kangarilla and Lucy Bryan his wife 1892 Memorial 179/415

BRYAN, Henry labourer Kangarilla, and Lucy Bryan his wife who died 4/7/1899 Memorial 179/439

No 1

BRYAN, James plasterer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 99/14

BRYAN, James builder North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 122/134

No 1

BRYAN, John of Mt Burr 1854 10 year lease of the Mt Burr Hotel at £100 a year, 'and not to use said demised premises otherwise than as a public house, shop, warehouse and public store etc … and to properly conduct the public house … to insure the premises for £1000 and in case of fire no abatement of rent' 1854 Memorial 60/72

No 2

BRYAN, John gentleman Kilkenny 1913 Application 26200

No 1

BRYAN, Mary of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 326/79

BRYAN, Mary widow Robe 1860[-1870] Memorial 322/168

BRYAN, Mary of Robe, died c1870 intestate Memorial 149/403

No 1

BRYAN, Michael labourer Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 256/45

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BRYAN, Michael of Woodville 1857 Memorial 43/120

BRYAN, Michael carter Bowden and Mary Bryan his wife 1870 Memorial 144/417

BRYAN, Michael carrier Cheltenham 1870 Application 10759

No 1

BRYAN, Patrick labourer Woodville 1862 Memorial 168/485

BRYAN, Patrick yeoman Kilkenny 1864 Memorial 347/193

BRYAN, Patrick (sometimes known as O'BRIEN) yeoman Kilkenny, died 24/12/1914. Father of Mary Bryan and the late John Bryan Memorial 92/476

BRYAN, Patrick yeoman Kilkenny, died 24/12/1914 David Tce, Kilkenny. His widow, Catherine Bryan, died 2/10/1918, of bronchitis, aged 78. Born Cork, Ireland. In SA 64 years. Married aged 21 years. 3 sons and 3 daughters living. 3 sons and 1 daughter deceased. Their daughter, Mary Bryan spinster Kilkenny, declared that she was born on 21/12/194 Her sister, Catherine Bryan spinster Kilkenny, was born on 25/6/1872. Their brother, John Bryan farmer David Tce, Kilkenny, died 20/2/1914 Adelaide Hospital, of a fracture of the left femure and pneumonia, aged 52. He was a bachelor Application 26715

No 1

BRYAN, Samuel Esquire Strathmore near Launceston VDL 1840 Application 12980

No 2

BRYAN, Samuel farmer Ulooloo. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1891 Grant Book 8 Page 98 County Burra

BRYAN, Thomas farmer Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1880[-1883] Grant Book 46 Page 9 County MacDonnell

BRYANT, Amelia Louise widow Anglesea St, Bondi, Redfern, Sydney NSW owned land in Bowden 1886 Memorial 42/375

BRYANT, Eva Christina widow corner of Gould's Rd and Mt Barker Rd, Stirling West 1962 Application 29459

BRYANT, EG secretary Ulooloo [possibly to John MELROSE sheepfarmer Ulooloo] 1912 Memorial 91/466

No 1

BRYANT, George licensed victualler formerly of the Windsor Castle Inn Franklin St, Adelaide but now of the Normanville Inn Normanville 1861 Memorial 77/178

BRYANT, George licensed victualler Normanville 1861 Application 2614

BRYANT, George Benjamin accountant Pt Augusta Co Frome. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 305 County Not named

No 1

BRYANT, George Alfred labourer North Adelaide (37 Sussex St) and Eva Christina Bryant his wife 1950 Memorial 125/525

BRYANT, George Alfred labourer formerly of 37 Sussex St, North Adelaide but now of Stirling East, and Eva Christina Bryant his wife 1951 Memorial 67/526

No 1

BRYANT, Henry farmer Little Para 1849[-1856] Memorial 262/14

BRYANT, Henry farmer Munno Para 1855 Memorial 215/88

BRYANT, Henry innkeeper Salisbury 1857 Memorial 304/122

Farmer Little Para 1857 Memorial 91/124

BRYANT, Henry Edward builder Goolwa 1948 Memorial 27/523

No 1

BRYANT, Isaac farmer Warrow Hundred of Warrow land grant 1872 Grant Book 21 Page 152 County Flinders

BRYANT, Isaac shepherd Pt Lincoln Hundred of Warrow land grant 1875 Grant Book 21 Page 152 County Flinders

No 1

BRYANT, James storekeeper Pt Augusta West 1880 Memorial 52/327

No 2

BRYANT, James farmer Coromandel Valley 1890 Application 21772

BRYANT, James Thomas waterman Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 65 Page 228 County Manchester

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRYANT, John chemist Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 44/17

BRYANT, John assistant surgeon Adelaide 1851 Memorial 322/36.

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRYANT, John Henry farmer Glenelg 1846. Para Plains land purchase Memorial 73/6

BRYANT, John Henry farmer Lake Wangary near Pt Lincoln, died 15/4/1878. He left his entire estate to his son, Alfred Bryant, of Towalla near Pt Lincoln Memorial 71/311

No 1

BRYANT, Lewis of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 105/2

BRYANT, Lewis commission agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) became a bankrupt in 1849 Memorial 130/14

BRYANT, Mary widow Normanville 1868 Memorial 186/230

No 1

BRYANT, Matthew gentleman Kooringa 1860[-1862] Memorial 224/164

BRYANT, Matthew mine agent Wyacca Mines 1865[-1866] Memorial 152/203

BRYANT, Matthew, FB DALTON, Frederick J FROST, David HAMILTON, Price MAURICE, Donald MCCASKELL, HT PHILLIPS, Clement SABINE, Henry Augustus SHORT, RB SMITH, and John THOMAS foundation shareholders in the Kooladdy Mine on a mineral lease in the Oladdy Run 1870 Memorial 175/244

No 1

BRYANT, Thomas turner Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 67/275

BRYANT, Thomas turner Yatala township 1883 Memorial 4/349

BRYANT, William miner Bowden 1854 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 243/78

No 1

BRYANT, William John of Clare 1870 Memorial 162/246

BRYANT, William John farmer Broughton trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Broughton 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 495 County Daly

BRYANT, William John blacksmith Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 322 County Stanley

BRYANT, William John blacksmith Koolunga trustee Cemetery Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 186 County Stanley

BRYANT, William Thomas of Blinman trustee Methodist Church Hundred of Carr Hundred of Carr land grant 1883 Grant Book 59 Page 3 County Taunton

BRYCE, Angus and William farmers Telowie 1888 Memorial 21/393

BRYCE, Eliza Matilda storekeeper Reynella 1870 Application 10744

BRYCE, Herman builder Adelaide 1851 Memorial 213/30

BRYCE, James farmer Dry Creek 1844. Husband of Ann Bain Bryce Application 9171

BRYCE, John farmer Dry Creek 1849 Memorial 157/18

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BRYCE, William of Pewsey Vale 1853 Memorial 391/58

BRYCE, William of Telowie 1881[-1888] Memorial 207/346

No 2

BRYCE, William farmer Ulooloo Hundred of Terowie land grant 1898 Grant Book 40 Page 20 County Kimberley

BRYDEN, EM postal assistant Aberdeen near Kooringa 1921 Memorial 137/484

BRYDEN, John of Kadina 1889 Memorial 90/396

No 1

BRYDEN, William sheep farmer Skillogolee Creek 1855[-1857] Memorial 206/96

BRYDEN, William farmer Skillogolee Creek 1856 Memorial 101/154

BRYDEN, William the Elder born 4/6/1800 Eskdalemuir, married 1823 Ettrick Eskdalemuir, to Margaret nee SCOTT, who was born 16/11/1800 at Dalgleish, Scotland. The marriage certificate lost or destroy on board ship when they emigrated to SA 1839. Family - Margaret born 11/12/1826, Adam born 2/2/1831, William Junr born 2/10/1832, James born 18/2/1835, Janet born 18/5/1837, Christopher born 18/12/1838. William Bryden farmer Skillogolee Creek, died 5/12/1861 intestate, of sarcoma of the lower jaw, aged 61. His eldest son, Adam Bryden farmer Skillogolee Creek, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 16279

No 1

BRYDEN, William Anderson gentleman Hindley St, Adelaide, about to leave the province for a considerable time, power of attorney to William SANDERS gentleman Myrtle Bank, near Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, including shares in the SA Mining Association and other mining companies, and a share in land bought from the bankrupt estate of John WRIGHT and Edward William JERNINGHAM of London 21/12/1848 Enrolment 67/6

BRYDEN, William Anderson gentleman Adelaide, but now absent from the province 1850 Memorial 2/23

BRYDEN, William Anderson gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 130/44

BRYDEN, William Anderson draper formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1853 Memorial 63/51

BRYDEN, William Anderson gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Banbury, Oxon, England 1857 Memorial 288/129

BRYDEN, William George farmer Hoyleton 1896 Memorial 28/428

No 1

BRYDEN, WIlliam Nichol farmer Skillogolee Creek and Ann Bryden his wife 1868 Memorial 15/229

BRYDEN, William Nichol farmer Skilly Creek Hundred of Hall land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 210 County Stanley

No 1

BRYEN, Patrick labourer Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 9/107

BRYEN, Patrick labourer Woodville 1862 Memorial 163/229

BRYMER, William farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 324 County Daly

BRYNE, William of Telowie 1881 Memorial 135/329

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BRYSON, James vintner Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 210/24

BRYSON, James barman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851[-1853] Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 480/55

BRYSON, James salesman Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 5/93

BRYSON, James gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 78/47

BRYSON, James storeman Adelaide, died 18/12/1859 North Adelaide. His estate to be sold and legacies paid out to his brother, John Bryson, Alexandria, Co Dumbarton, Scotland, James Bryson's niece Elizabeth Bryson SIMPSON of Pt Dundas, Scotland, daughter of James Bryson's late sister, Elizabeth Bryson, to his brother-in-law Andrew Simpson, to James Bryson CARRUTHERS no description (and in the event of his death, to the two youngest children of John Carruthers out of business North Adelaide) Application 22428

No 1

BRYSON, James and Thomas builders Kensington 1885[-1892] Memorial 55/363

BRYSON, Martha spinster Frewville 1882 Application 19470

BRYSON, Robert James farmer Clements Gap. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 287 County Daly

BRYSON, Samuel salesman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 45/64

BRYSON, Thomas Mount builder Leederville WA, died c1908 Memorial 60/459

No 1

BUBB, Frederick John clerk to Messrs HARDY, JAMES & James solicitors Adelaide 1854 Memorial 61/66 Clerk to Messrs HARDY, JAMES & James solicitors Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 427/71

BUBB, Frederick John clerk to Messrs W & HB JAMES solicitors Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 198/84

FIND CHECK FOR UMLAUTS

BUBNER, Johann Christian farmer Salisbury 1907 Application 25314

BUEBNER/BUBNER/BÜBNER, Wilhelm Johann farmer Dublin. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 347 County Gawler

BUCHAM, WN engineer Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 1/167

BUCHAN, James labourer Penola and Jane Davie Buchan his wife 1885 Memorial 111/364

BUCHAN, James Andrew Acting Manager of the SA Banking Company 1863 Memorial 317/191

No 1

BUCHAN, William Haig farmer German Flat trustee unnamed School Hundred of Hindmarsh Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1872 Grant Book 30 Page 198 County Grey

BUCHAN, William Haig farmer Rendelsham Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1882[-1886] Grant Book 31 Page 257 County Grey

No 1

BUCHANAN, Alexander of Anlaby near Kapunda 1854 Memorial 72/70

BUCHANAN, Alexander sheep farmer Anlaby 1855[-1856] Memorial 85/93

BUCHANAN, Alexander gentleman Anlaby 1863, died c1865. Husband of Cecilia Buchanan Memorial 212/203

BUCHANAN, Alexander the Elder gentleman Anlaby, died 21/5/1865 at Anlaby. His personal estate, except for certain articles, to his present wife, Ceclia Buchanan nee HADDRICK absolutely. His real estate in trust, to provide his widow with an income of £200 a year for life. Also £200 to be invested for his niece Alexa Julie GLANCE to receive the income until she reaches 21 or marries, then she is to inherit the principle absolutely in remainder expectant. After Alexander Buchanan's widow died, the real estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst Alexander Buchanan the Younger and John Brice Buchanan (Children of his first marriage to Penelope Ann nee HADDRICK), and Frederick Dutton Buchanan, Cecilia Eleanor Buchanan, Penelope Buchanan, the children by the testator's present marriage. Trustees: Francis Staker DUTTON Esquire Adelaide, Archibald JAFFREY gentleman Parkside; Joseph DARWENT merchant Adelaide. Enrolment 11/46

No 2

BUCHANAN, Alexander formerly of Allen Creek but now auctioneer and commission agent Laura 1877 Memorial 21/301

BUCHANAN, Alex accountant Clare 1876 Memorial 46/287

BUCHANAN, Alexander clerk Clare 1876 Memorial 94/294

BUCHANAN, Alexander commission agent formerly of Laura but now of Clare 1879 Memorial 205/318

BUCHANAN, Alexander Esquire Clare linked with John Bryce Buchanan farmer Invermay Kapunda 1877 Memorial 140/302

BUCHANAN, Alexander articled clerk to Thomas Robert BRIGHT solicitor Clare 1880 Memorial 123/323

BUCHANAN, Alexander articled clerk Clare 1884 Memorial 75/362

BUCHANAN, Alex solicitor Adelaide 1890 Memorial 16/403

BUCHANAN, Alexander of Adelaide Master of the SA Supreme Court 1892 Memorial 43/412

No 1

BUCHANAN, David carpenter and wheelwright Adelaide (East Tce) 1855 Memorial 343/85

BUCHANAN, David carpenter and wheelwright Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1856 Memorial 134/95

No 1

BUCHANAN, Duncan of Mt Gambier 1859 Memorial 54/154

BUCHANAN, Duncan farmer Mt Gambier 1875[-1886] Memorial 87/284, Application 21002

BUCHANAN, Edward labourer Melrose 1872 Memorial 141/262

BUCHANAN, Effie of Gilles St, Adelaide 1920 Memorial 175/504

No 1

BUCHANAN, James 33 contractor married Susannah Chubb LAWSON 35 widow on 29/1/1851 Freeman St, Adelaide, Manse. Minister: Rev'd Robert HAINING. Witnesses: Ann EASTON and Mary WYTE Application 26154

BUCHANAN, James yeoman Le Fevre Peninsula 1854[-1857] and Susannah Buchanan his wife formerly Susannah LAWSON widow Memorial 20/65

BUCHANAN, Susanna Chubb Easton of Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Surveyor Point Yorke Peninsula land grant Memorial 149/87

BUCHANAN, James farmer Surveyor Point Yorke Peninsula and Susanna Chubb Easton Buchanan his wife 1860 Memorial 225/169

BUCHANAN, Joan domestic servant Beverley House, Glenelg 1870 Memorial 75/250

BUCHANAN, John builder Middleton linked with Robert Buchanan mason Middleton 1912 Memorial 105/466

BUCHANAN, John Bryce farmer Invermay Kapunda 1876 Memorial 163/292

No 1

BUCHANAN, John Snodgrass Esquire late of Pt Phillip District, now of Adelaide 1846[-1847] Memorial 11/7

BUCHANAN, John Snodgrass Esquire formerly of Adelaide now of Ardagh near Newport, Co Mayo, Ireland 1853 Memorial 33/49

BUCHANAN, Nathaniel grazier Walcha New England NSW had business interests in SA 1880 Memorial 144/327

No 1

BUCHANAN, Robert labourer Reynella 1854 Memorial 99/71

BUCHANAN, Robert farmer Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 59/172

BUCHANAN, Robert formerly licensed victualler but now farmer Morphett Vale 1860 Application 1572

No 2

BUCHANAN, Robert Esquire Glenelg 1890[-1899] Memorial 226/402

No 3 - perhaps the same person

BUCHANAN, Robert stone mason Middleton 1911 Memorial 105/464

BUCHANAN, Robert farmer Middleton, died 11/3/1927. Husband of Amy Matilda Buchanan. Father of Hugh Robert Buchanan, Kelton John Buchanan and Elfrieda Jean Buchanan Memorial 2/498

No 1

BUCHANAN, Robert Hay auctioneer Koolunga 1886 Memorial 55/379

BUCHANAN, Robert Hay auctioneer Koolunga 1892 Memorial 49/416

BUCHANAN, Robert Hay waterworks pipes examiner formerly of Kent Town but now of Goodwood, and Christina Mary Buchanan his wife. Linked with Sarah Frances WRIGHT widow Parkside 1909 Application 25640

No 1

BUCHANAN, William teacher Gawler Plains 1854 Hundred of Waterloo land grant Memorial 92/62

Farmer Smith Creek, Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 233/63

BUCHANAN, William farmer Steelton 1863 Memorial 26/189

BUCHANAN, William farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains but now of the Hundred of Waterloo, and Janet Buchanan his wife. Children included - Margaret BAILLIE wife of john Baillie farmer Hundred of Waterloo, and Janet MCFEAT wife of David McFeat farmer Gawler Plains 1860 Memorial 38/256

BUCHANAN, William farmer Hundred of Waterloo, died 15/11/1867. His wife, Janet Buchanan, had already died before him Memorial 155/391

BUCHANAN, William schoolteacher Gawler Plains 1853 Farmer Smith Creek Gawler Plains 1853 Farmer Saddleworth 1857. He died 15/11/1867, leaving three sections of land to his two daughters, after his wife, Janet Buchanan, who had a life interest, had died. Daughter Janet MCFEAT widow of David McFeat farmer Condowie, had died 6/6/1901 Snowtown, of 9 days' influenza and broncho-pneumonia, aged 67, leaving the following childen - William McFeat, David McFeat, Janet McFeat, Marion McFeat, Christina McFeat, Isabella GRAVESTOCK, and Annie CRAWFORD. Daughter Margaret McFeat married woman Wirrabara 1902, declared that she was the widow of the late John BAILLIE farmer Waterloo, and now the wife of William McFeat farmer Wirrabara; from her two marriages, she had the following children - Janet Nisbet HIRSCH, Hugh BAILLIE, Mary Black STEINTHAL, Joan FRANCIS, Margaret TAYLOR, Isabella MCFEAT, William MCFEAT, and Christiana MCFEAT, all living Application 24432

BUCHANAN, William Newson civil engineer Strathalbyn 1862 Application 2938

BUCHART, James manager and secretary of the Farmers Co-operative Executors and Trustees Ltd Franklin St, Adelaide 1954 Application 29075

No 1

BUCHHOLZ, Gottfried farmer Brownhill Creek 1855 Memorial 161/83

BUCHHOLZ, Gottfried farmer Belair 1866 Memorial 33/215

No 1

BUCHLY, Valentin confectioner Adelaide 1854 Memorial 15/74

BUCHLY, Valentin [formerly of Adelaide but then] farmer Purarakanui Canterbury District New Zealand, died 1879 Memorial 97/329

No 1

BUCK, David Robert labourer formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Victor Harbor 1913 Memorial 3/469

BUCK, David Robert labourer Pt Elliot 1929 Memorial 52/501

No 1

BUCK, Henry labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1864 Memorial 98/194

BUCK, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 204/226

BUCK, Joseph out of business North Kensington 1924 Memorial 149/491

BUCK, Nathaniel teamster Farina Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 135 County Not named

No 1

BUCK, Peter Eggert of near Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 108 County Robe

BUCK, Peter Eggert farmer Hundred of Joanna Hundred of Joanna land grant 1902 Grant Book 50 Page 230 County Robe

No 1

BUCK, Robert fisherman Pt Adelaide 1838 Application 15437

BUCK, Robert fisherman Pt Adelaide 1842. Of Adelaide 1846 Memorial 195/7

Husband of Maria Buck 1842 Memorial 393/9

Mariner Alberton 1849[-1855] Memorial 451/15

BUCK, Robert gentleman Goolwa 1853 Memorial 15/60

BUCK, Robert mariner formerly of Goolwa but now of Alberton 1863[-1865] Memorial 118/192

BUCK, Maria of Alberton 1857 Linked with Robert Buck of Melbourne Vic Memorial 264/118

BUCK, Robert Thomas George labourer Middleton and Violet Florence Buck his wife 1945 Memorial 114/519

BUCK, Samuel farmer Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1906 Grant Book 11 Page 63 County Carnarvon

No 1

BUCK, William farmer Aldinga 1855 Memorial 287/103

No 2

BUCK, William brickmaker Yankalilla 1857[-1862] Memorial 317/122

No 3

BUCK, William brickmaker Pt Elliot 1858 Memorial 274/142

No 4

BUCK, William tinsmith Clare 1859[-1862] Memorial 337/156

BUCK, William tinman Clarie 1859 Application 886

BUCK, Thomasin Giles of Adelaide wife of William Buck storekeeper Clare now judicially separated from her husband by a decree of the SA Supreme Court dated 9/9/1859 Memorial 12/208

BUCK, William storekeeper Clare 1865 Memorial 133/205

BUCK, William tinsmith Clare 1872 Application 12349

BUCK, William tinsmith near Clare Co Stanley. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 451 County Victoria

BUCKBY, Beeton and Norton farmers near Roseworthy 1919[-1924] Memorial 32/479, Application 27273

BUCKBY, Joseph farmer Peachey Belt Munno Para West Hundred of Grace land grant 1867 Grant Book 27 Page 59 County Gawler

No 1

BUCKBY, William farmer Gawler Plains 1852[-1864] Memorial 157/44

BUCKBY, William farmer Munno Para West 1856 Memorial 241/95

BUCKBY, William farmer Peachey Belt 1864[-1868] Memorial 324/193

BUCKBY, William farmer Peachey Belt 1864 probably linked with Beeton Buckby farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Application 6081

BUCKEL, Benjamin labourer Hutt River 1852[-1854] Memorial 358/53

BUCKELL, Thomas labourer Black Forest 1850 Memorial 446/22

BUCKENARA, Peter coachman Adelaide Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1888 Grant Book 36 Page 85 County Hindmarsh

BUCKERFIELD, Arthur fitter Gawler South and Polly Elizabeth Buckerfield his wife, who was the daughter of Ann YORK 1908 Application 25504

BUCKERFIELD, Harris Holzberg licensed victualler Gawler Arms Murray St, Gawler 1890 Memorial 154/405

No 1

BUCKERFIELD, Henry William gentleman Tanunda 1883 Memorial 247/353

BUCKERFIELD, Henry William miller Eden Valley 1887. He said that he had frequently moved to new addreses in other parts of SA within the last 25 years Application 21213

BUCKERFIELD, Henry William gentleman Adelaide, died 1895. His personal effects to his daughter, Anne COXELL, by his first marriage. All the children of his first marriage to share equally in the proceeds of his mining shares. To the children of his second marriage - Ida, Ernest and Horace Buckerfield (children by his second marriage), blocks of land at Eden Valley (Horace Buckerfield to get the smallest block next to Buckerfield's flour mill). Henry Edward Buckerfield of Adelaide to be the executor. He got Alfred Thomas Ch WOLTMANN to witness the will Application 24418

BUCKERFIELD, Henry William innkeeper and gentleman formerly of Gawler South 1865 but then of Adelaide, died 5/3/1895. Father of Henry Edward Buckerfield saddler Adelaide 1899 Memorials 98-99/437

BUCKERFIELD, Eliza married woman Eden Valley 1891 Application 22100

No 1

BUCKERFIELD, William store assistant Wilmington 1892[-1893] Memorial 5/412

BUCKERFIELD, William farmer Wilmington Hundred of Coonatto land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 806 County Frome

No 1

BUCKERFIELD, William blacksmith Hamilton 1865 Application 6754

BUCKERFIELD, William Henry blacksmith Hamilton on the Light 1866[-1869] Memorial 195/211

BUCKERFIELD, William Henry machinist Gladstone and Elizabeth Buckerfield his wife 1881 Memorial 107/417

BUCKETT, John miner Kadina, died c1880. Linked with Samuel Buckett water pipe layer Adelaide Memorial 143/342

BUCKETT, William Henry stationer Nelson St, Stepney and Emily Buckett his wife 1885 Application 20627

No 1

BUCKHAM, Alexander police constable Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 99/271, Application 13516

BUCKHAM, Emily widow Dale St, Pt Adelaide relict of the late Alexander Buckham 1878 Memorial 59/307

No 1

BUCKHURST, George butcher Walkerville 1848[-1854] Memorial 108/28

BUCKHURST, Mr of Walkerville step-father of Hannah Maria SYMONDS 'an infant of the age of 13 years' 1850 Application 24993

BUCKHURST, George shoemaker Walkerville 1854 Memorial 4/79

BUCKHURST, George [formerly shoemaker Walkerville but now] butcher Normanville 1871 Memorial 128/251

No 1

BUCKINGHAM, Charles farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 304/52

BUCKINGHAM, Charles farmer [likely Hundred of Munno Para East] 1856 Memorial 109/100

No 1

BUCKINGHAM, Samuel clerk North Adelaide Rendelsham (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 322 County Grey

BUCKINGHAM, Samuel of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 157/402

No 1 – Albert Edward Buckland

BUCKLAND, Albert gentleman Honiton Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 208 County Fergusson

BUCKLAND, Albert Edward linked with Section 101 Hundred of Carribie Co Fergusson 1883 Memorial 157/352

No 1

BUCKLAND, Edwin engineer Milang 1894 Application 22909

BUCKLAND, Edwin and LIPSON, Arthur butter factory proprietors Milang 1895 Application 22909

No 1

BUCKLAND, Isaac James Bateman labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 34/46

BUCKLAND, Isaac James Bateman labourer formerly of Adelaide but now of Ballarat Vic 1855 Memorial 454/88

No 1

BUCKLAND, John Mortimer and William brothers emigrated to SA aboard the ship Recovery in 1839. They became grocers in King William St, Adelaide. John Buckland died 20/4/1840 intestate and a bachelor, by shooting himself with a pistol, aged 23. John CHANNING builder Adelaide was his friend. John Buckland gentleman Newton Abbott, Devon, England, his father, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 16966.

BUCKLAND, John the Younger of England had emigrated to SA in May 1839. He died intestate and unmarried on 20/4/1840 in Adelaide. His father, John Buckland the Elder gentleman Newton Abbot, Devon, England , inherited his estate as heir at law and gave William Thorn Buckland butcher Auckland New Zealand power to sell the SA real estate in 1848 Memorial 259/148

BUCKLEY, Charles farmer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 110/79

BUCKLEY, Donald Norman farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Peake land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 53 County Buccleuch

BUCKLEY, Jane widow Gawler 1851 Memorial 6/37.

BUCKLEY, Eliza widow Gawler 1851 Memorial 91/38.

BUCKLEY, Harry Hartley farmer Forreston 1928 Memorial 130/499

No 1

BUCKLEY, Isaac plumber Glenelg 1879 Memorial 177/319

BUCKLEY, Isaac plumber Glenelg and Susannah Buckley his wife 1885 Memorial 160/364

No 1

BUCKLEY, James farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 104 County Fergusson

No 2 - probably the same person

BUCKLEY, James farmer Humphrey Springs 1900 Application 24027

BUCKLEY, James farmer Tarlee, died 1/10/1921 Memorial 16/485

BUCKLEY, James Frank teamster Williamstown 1890 Memorial 163/404

No 1

BUCKLEY, John clerk to GM STEPHENS barrister at law Adelaide 1849 Memorial 80/16

BUCKLEY, John clerk to Messrs FENN & WEARING solicitors Adelaide 1851[-1861] Memorial 188/52

BUCKLEY, John gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 278/58

BUCKLEY, John law clerk Norwood 1853 Memorial 52/56

No 2

BUCKLEY, John mariner Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 300/40.

No 3

BUCKLEY, John publican Britannia Hotel, Norwood 1854[-1855] Memorial 72/67

BUCKLEY, John publican Adelaide and Sarah Shipton Buckley his wife 1858 Memorial 82/133

No 4

BUCKLEY, John farmer Arkaba 1889[-1891] Memorial 200/400

BUCKLEY, John Henry farmer Tungkillo 1912 Memorial 96/466

BUCKLEY, Joseph Edward labourer Mt Crawford. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1933 Grant Book 2 Page 57 County Adelaide

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BUCKLEY, Lawrence farmer Hoyleton Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 19 Page 102 County Fergusson

BUCKLEY, Lawrence farmer Maitland 1881 Memorial 235/358

BUCKLEY, Lawrence farmer Hundred of Ninnes 1884[-1885] Memorial 237/358

No 1

BUCKLEY, Michael of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 104/111

BUCKLEY, Michael farmer Chingford 1870 Application 10537

No 1

BUCKLEY, Patrick farmer Gilbert River 1857[-1873] Memorial 132/129

BUCKLEY, Patrick farmer the Gilbert near Gilberton [Tarlee] 1864 Application 5205

BUCKLEY, Patrick farmer The Gilbert Co Light Hundred of Hall land grant 1864 Grant Book 56 Page 215 County Stanley

BUCKLEY, Patrick farmer Tarlee 1877 Memorial 247/302

BUCKLEY, Patrick farmer Tarlee 1891 Application 22151

BUCKLEY, Patrick farmer Tarlee, died 30/8/1913. Father of James Buckley farmer Tarlee, Hannah CLEARY, Margaret Buckley, Bridget Buckley, Mary Buckley, Johanna Buckley Memorial 132/472

No 2

BUCKLEY, Patrick farmer Tarlee 1956 Application 29189

No 1

BUCKLEY, Robert Esquire Adelaide, bought land grant Section 5068 Hundred of Onkaparinga 18/5/1842 Enrolment 92/34

BUCKLEY, Robert farmer Mt Torrens 1844 Memorial 436/3

BUCKLEY, Robert [formerly of Mt Torrens but now] yeoman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 79/6

BUCKLEY, Robert farmer near Mt Torrens 1847Memorial 139/9

BUCKLEY, Robert farmer Onkaparinga District 1855 Charleston public school trustee Memorial 6/91

BUCKLEY, Robert farmer Bankseer Farm near Charleston, died 12/4/1894. Estate worth £856. Husband of Anna Elisabeth Rose Buckley. Executor: James Albert ELLERY formerly overseer then licensed victualler Adelaide now out of business Osmond Tce, Norwood. Widow to hava a life interest in the estate then to their family in remainder expectant absolutely so that the sons receive twice as much as the daughters Memorial 4/423

BUCKLEY, Robert gentleman Bankseer Farm near Charleston, died 12/4/1894. Father of George John Buckley farmer Mt Crawford and Charles William Buckley farmer Charleston 1906 Memorial 121/454

BUCKLEY, Robert farmer Bankseer Farm (Section 5087 Hundred of Onkaparinga) near Charleston, died 12/4/1894. He left in trust to his widow, Anna Elisabeth Rose Buckley, a life interest in his estate, or until her remarriage. Then the estate to be sold, preferably to one or more of his sons for the highest possible price, and the executors to give the Buckley sons twice the share in the estate as to go to the daughters. Estate worth £856. Anna Elisabeth Rose Buckley died 14/5/1910, of heart disease, aged 82. Born in Germany, she had been in SA for 72 years. She married aged 20 and had four sons and four daughters alive in 1910, as well as 3 sons and 2 daughters dead by that time. George John Buckley farmer Mt Crawford and Charles William Buckley farmer Charleston mentioned as sons of Robert Buckley. CW Buckley bought Bankseer Farm for £2,100. One of Robert Buckley's original trustees, Thomas Henry HOSIER clerk Adelaide, died during the testator's lifetime. The other trustee, James Albert ELLERY overseer Adelaide, died 5/11/1905. His wife, Julia Anna Ellery and his son, Torrington George Ellery, appointed executors in their place 1911 Application 25916

No 2

BUCKLEY, Robert clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 288/34.

BUCKLEY, Timothy the Elder labourer Windsor died date unknown. He left his widow, Catherine Buckley of Windsor, and at least two sons, Timothy Buckley the Younger nurseryman Payneham, and Jeremiah Francis Buckley labourer Windsor 1885 Application 20418

BUCKLOW, AB watchmaker Narracoorte 1915 Application 26441

No 1

BUCKNALL, Frederick Estcourt leased a shop and house in King William St, Adelaide from H MUIRHEAD & Co of Hindley St, Adelaide from February 1868 Memorial 73/234

BUCKNALL, Frederick Estcourt licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 1/274

BUCKNALL, Frederick Estcourt brewer and wine and spirit merchant Adelaide trading with Frank South BOTTING under the style or firm of Haussen & Co 1874 Memorial 118/278

BUCKNALL, Frederick Estcourt licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13442.

BUCKNALL, Frederic Estcourt 38 brewer Adelaide (Father: William Bucknall) married Rosa HAUSSEN 33 Adelaide (Father: Henry Haussen) on 1/10/1874 All Saints Hindmarsh. Witnesses: Charles S BAILLIE contractor Adelaide and FJ BOTTING auctioneer Adelaide Application 18961

BUCKNALL, Frederick Estcourt brewer Adelaide m 1874 Mrs Henry HAUSSEN nee Rosa CATCHLOVE. [Information conflicts - described as a widow in the land records, but as a spinster in the marriage certificate] Application 14924

BUCKNALL, Frederick Estcourt and Frank South BOTTING brewers Hindmarsh. FE Bucknell sold his share to his partner 1881 Memorial 133/335

BUCKNALL, Frederick Estcourt Esquire Adelaide 1882 Memorial 7/344

BUCKNALL, Frederick Estcourt gentleman Adelaide, took over the assigned lease of the Ship Inn Pt Adelaide from the estate of the late John Smith formerly licensed victualler Pt Adelaide but now deceased 1884 Memorial 143/357

BUCKNALL, Frederick Estcourt brewer Hindmarsh 1888 Memorial 115/395

BUCKNALL, Rosa of Adelaide [wife of FE Bucknall] 1890 Memorial 250/401

No 1

BUCKNALL, William gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 441/19

BUCKNALL, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1853 Memorial 144/49

BUCZKOWSKI, Martin farmer Hill River 1865 Application 6208

BUD, GW railway station master Stockyard Creek 1888 Memorial 105/393

No 1

BUDARICK, Christian farmer The Hermitage near Houghton 1859 Memorial 76/157

No 2

BUDARICK, Christian fisherman Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 58 Page 385 County Sturt

BUDARICK, Hilton Raymond shop assistant Watervale 1950 Memorial 34/525

BUDD, Alfred farmer Myponga 1858 Memorial 23/142

No 1

BUDD, Alfred Matthew farmer McLaren Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 227 County Victoria

BUDD, Alfred Matthew farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 391 County Victoria

No 1 - [Dates do not harmonise but definitely the same person]

BUDD, John painter and glazier Gouger St, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 428/30.

BUDD, John farmer Bowden 1850[-1853] Memorial 46/61

BUDD, John painter Bowden 1854 Memorial 62/63

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BUDD, John farmer Bay Road 1865[-1870] Memorial 256/202

BUDD, John farmer Bay Road near Adelaide, died c1878 Memorial 205/411. His widow, Elizabeth Budd nee FERRIS of Bay Road, died c1891. Sister to Isaac Ferris gardener Parramatta NSW. Bequests to James Henry CARPENTER labourer Bay Road and Susannah JOLLY wife of George Jolly licensed victualler Crystal Brook [Apparently his 2nd wife] Memorial 112/411

BUDD, Richard Hale Esquire Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 335/128

No 1

BUDD, William farmer Encounter Bay 1851 Memorial 274/32

BUDD, William farmer Hindmarsh Valley, died intestate 4/5/1852 of a fall from his horse, age not stated. His widow, Elizabeth BUDD, aged 34, married 22/12/1853 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide, Richard BAMBRICK 23 farmer. Bessie Elizabeth Bambrick, wife of Richard Bambrick farmer Hindmarsh Valley, died 5/8/1879, of bronchitis, aged 59. No children by either marriage. The Budds/Bambricks lived Section 41 Hundred of Goolwa. Application 25924

No 1

BUDD, William Alfred farmer Hundred of Myponga 1855[-1864] Memorial 210/91, Applications 2719, 5657

BUDD, William Alfred farmer Warnertown. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 417 County Victorias

BUDD, William Alfred trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Napperby Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 374 County Victoria

BUDDEN, Edward gentleman George St, Norwood 1892 Memorial 97/414

BUDDLE, James baker and John Buddle farmer both of Clarendon 1903 Memorial 169/450

No 1

BUDDLE, John blacksmith Clarendon 1857[-1872] Memorial 334/130

BUDDLE, John farmer Clarendon 1888 Memorial 192/394

BUDDLE, Thomas storekeeper Clarendon1885 Memorial 100/363

No 1

BUDDLE, William farmer Clarendon 1908 Memorial 75/459

BUDDLE, William farmer Clarendon 1910 Application 25763

BUDER, Martin farmer Munno Para 1880 Application 18359

BUDER, William road foreman Hope Valley, aged 70 in 1939, declared that he had been born at Hope Valley and had lived there all his life Application 28196

BUDGE, Charles official receiver local court of Gladstone 1893 Memorial 28/418

BUDGE, Sinclair shoemaker Lyndoch Valley 1851 Memorial 425/34.

No 1

BUDGEN, John clerk to Mr ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 11/256

No 2

BUDGEN, John farmer Noarlunga 1887[-1921] Memorial 84/387

BUDGEN, John farmer Noarlunga 1919 Application 26815

BUDGEN, John retired farmer Noarlunga, died 15/6/1934. His whole estate to Clara Myrtle Gates (probably wife of Frederick Roy Gates farmer Noarlunga) Memorial 62/508

No 1

BUDGEN, John Thomas clerk North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 184/79

BUDGEN, John Thomas no description left his whole estate to his wife, Eliza Rosa Marianne Budgen 1855 Memorial 329/81

No 1

BUDGEN, Richard land surveyor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 412/16

BUDGEN, Richard land surveyor Noarlunga 1851[-1853] Memorial 296/37.

BUDGEN, Richard farmer Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 284/56

BUDGEN, Richard farmer Willunga 1852[-1857] Memorial 148/42.

BUDGEN, Richard land surveyor Noarlunga 1860 Application 1066

BUDGEN, Richard surveyor Shernfold?? [perhaps somewhere near Noarlunga] 1864 Application 5661

BUDGEN, Richard surveyor Noarlunga 1871[-1879] Memorial 94/252

BUDRIAN, FJ clerk Adelaide 1920 Memorial 192/485

No 1

BUESNEL, Frederick Edward shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1875 Memorial 135/285

BUESNEL, Frederick Edward shipwrightg Birkenhead Ward, Pt Adelaide, died 25/5/1909. Husband of Mary Ann Buesnel. Father of his only son, Frederick George Buesnel Memorial 117/461

No 1

BUETTNER/BUTTNER/BÜTTNER, Heinrich Wilhelm Bernhard chemist and druggist Adelaide 1847 Memorial 190/9

BUETTNER/BUTTNER/BÜTTNER, Heinrich Wilhelm Bernhard licensed victualler Alliance Hotel Tanunda 1849[-1851] Memorial 86/16

No 1

BUFFHAM, Robert labourer Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 231/101

BUFFHAM, Robert labourer Mt Barker 1860 Memorial 279/164

BUFFHAM, Robert carrier Mt Barker 1865 Application 7653

BUFFHAM, Robert carter Mt Barker 1866 Application 7654

BUFFHAM, Robert publican Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 545 County Frome

BUGG, Ernest Goldup Finn gardener Goodwood Road 1925 Application 27373

No 1

BUGG, Henry yeoman Hundred of Barossa Co Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 8/80

BUGG, Henry farmer Victoria Creek. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1857 Grant Book 1 Page 47 County Adelaide

BUGG, Henry farmer Victoria Creek 1862 Memorial 202/183

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BUGG, John blacksmith Yanyarrie Whim Co Granville. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 299 County Dalhousie

BUGG, John blacksmith Gawler 1889 Application 21732

No 1

BUGG, Henry labourer Mt Barker 1859 Application 966

No 1

BUGLER, James gardener Payneham 1871 Memorial 99/266

BUGLER, James gardener Stepney 1877 Memorial 21/303

BUGLER, James gardener Stepney 1885 Application 20661

BUGLER, James and Thomas George Bugler gardeners Bakewell Rd, Evandale 1896 Memorial 191/426

BUGLER, Thomas George gardener Bakewell Rd, Evandale 1920 Application 26877

BUGLING, Charles farmer Houghton 1855 Memorial 69/83

BUICK, Alexander farmer Kangaroo Island linked with Fanny Buick executrix of James Buick no description now deceased 1886 Memorial 77/376

BUICK, David farmer Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 8 County Carnarvon

BUICK, Fanny widow Brighton (Executrix under the will of James Buick deceased) 1891 Grant Book 11 Page 11 County Carnarvon

BUICK, Frederick Robert Evans farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882[-1896] Grant Book 11 Page 8 County Carnarvon

No 1

BUICK, Garibaldi David farmer Hundred of Dudley. John Buick mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 28/377

BUICK, Garibaldi Davies farmer Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 11 Page 46 County Carnarvon

BUICK, Garibaldi David farmer Kingscote, Kangaroo Island 1923 Application 27193

BUICK, Horace Victor farmer near Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1902 Memorial 129/446

BUICK, John shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1852[-1853] Memorial 9/44.

No 1

BUICK, Malcolm Lloyds farmer near Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Garibaldi David Buick mentioned but not described 1891 Memorial 122/411

BUICK, Malcolm Lloyd farmer American River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1912 Grant Book 11 Page 17 County Carnarvon

BUICK, William farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island linked with Fanny Buick and David Buick not described 1885 Memorial 135/371

BUICK, William Edmond farm labourer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1907 Grant Book 11 Page 14 County Carnarvon

No 1

BUIK, Andrew labourer Wallaroo. Hundred of Tiparra land grants 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 417 County Daly

BUIK, Andrew machinist Alford. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 306 County Daly

BUIK, Andrew farmer Arthurton trustee Public Cemetery Arthurton 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

BUIK, James importer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1894 Memorial 152/422

BUIK, James Spankie and Robert Whyte Buik ironmongers Adelaide (127 Rundle St) 1887 Memorial 57/388

No 1

BUIK, William merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849 Memorial 355/17

BUIK, William ironmonger Adelaide 1849 Memorial 231/19

BUIK, William merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851[-1852] Memorial 411/29

BUIK, William Christie merchant Adelaide 1873 Application 13147

No 1

BUILDER, William ironmonger Kooringa 1867 Memorial 212/222

BUILDER, William ironmonger and tinsmith Kooringa 1869 Memorial 104/240

BUILDER, William storekeeper Kooringa 1873 Memorial 247/268

BUILDER, William ironmonger Commercial St, Kooringa, died c1878. Very complicated trusts for disposing of his estate to his wife, Annie Bagnall Builder, during her widowhood and then to their children in equal shares. He also left £100 to his brother-in-law, Thomas Thorman SHORTRIDGE, who also acted as his clerk in his ironmonger business. Trustees - William Henry ROSMAN the Younger bank manager Kooringa, Henry DAWSON saddler Kooringa and the testator's wife Memorial 80/349

No 1

BULA, Nicolaus farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 418 County Dalhousie

BULA, Nicolaus farmer Hundred of Coglin 1886 Memorial 143/375

BULA, Nicolaus farmer Coglin. Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1886 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

No 1

BULA, Paul farmer Moppa Springs 1865 Application 6566

BULA, Paul farmer near Nuriootpa 1866 Memorial 193/211

BULA, Paul farmer Hutt River 1887 Memorial 188/384

BULA, Paul farmer Mintaro 1907 Memorial 208/456

BULL, Charles Clewell butcher formerly of Alberton 1855 late Maldon Vic 1862, died 14/5/1862. Estate worth £100, which he left to his wife, Mary Ann Bull Application 22767

BULL, Frederick farmer Clinton Co Daly. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 150 County Chandos

No 1

BULL, George surgeon Kooringa 1850 Memorial 490/27

BULL, George surgeon formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 441/80

BULL, George doctor formerly of Kooringa but now of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 324/164

BULL, George surgeon formerly of Kooringa but now of Victoria 1865 Application 6774

No 2

BULL, George brewer Walkerville 1873 Memorial 127/310

No 1

BULL, James Osmond of Glen Osmond 1855 Memorial 196/83

BULL, James Osmond formerly of Glen Osmond 1855 but now sheep farmer Cape Jervis 1864 Application 5777

No 1

BULL, Jane widow Strathalbyn 1876 Memorial 99/289

BULL, Jane widow Willunga 1881 Memorial 228/335

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BULL, John Bowyer gentleman Lucindale Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 220 County MacDonnell

BULL, John Bowyer linked with pastoral land south-west of Lake Everard 1878 Memorial 113/305

BULL, John Bowyer licensed victualler Lucindale Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 133 County Robe

BULL, John Bowyer hotelkeeper Lucindale 1881 Memorial 13/335

BULL, John Wrathall gentleman East Adelaide 1883, declared that Osmond GILLES appointed him his agent in 1854, particularly to care for his land transactions. JW Bull continued to do this work for eight years Application 19920

No 1

BULL, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1840[-1841] Memorial 286/8

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

BULL, Joseph chemist Mt Barker 1851[-1855] Memorial 70/32

Hundred of the Murray land grant 1855 Memorial 314/81

BULL, Joseph farmer District of the Murray 1855 Memorial 167/94

BULL, JT draper Pt Darwin 1892 Memorial 183/414

BULL, Robert farmer Willowie 1897 Memorial 58/431

No 1

BULL, Samuel clerk to Messrs HUGGINS & BENHAM solicitors Kapunda 1866 Memorial 77/217

BULL, Samuel clerk to Messrs HUGGINS & BENHAM solicitors Auburn 1867 Memorial 35/219

BULL, Samuel solicitor Auburn 1868 Memorial 137/228

BULL, Samuel clerk to GE WILLIAMS solicitor Auburn 1868[-1875] Memorials 66/231 & 121/239

BULL, Stanley Joseph sheet metal manufacturer Helmsdale Ave, Dunleath Gardens otherwise known as SJ Bull & Son Ltd of Third St, Bowden 1958 Application 29296

BULL, William farmer Pt Clinton had died by 1913. Executors – Frederick Bull farmer’s assistant Clinton and John Wallace SHANNON auctioneer Maitland Co Fergusson. Hundred of Clinton land grant Grant Book 14 Page 145 County Daly

No 1

BULLEN, James labourer Kapunda and Mary Bullen his wife 1872. Formerly Mary MORRISSY widow of the late Stephen Morrissy Application 12065

Bullen. James labourer Jamestown, died 30/9/1878. Husband of Mary Bullen (formerly the widow of Stephen MORRISSEY). Parents of Mary Jane KELLY nee Bullen wife of Frederick Edward Kelly groom Jamestown. Elizabeth HALES wife of Richard P Hales labourer Laura 1908 was a sister-in-law to Mary Jane Kelly [Formerly married to MJ Kelly's brother, Samuel Bullen] Application 25406

BULLEN, Samuel farmer Mt Gambier 1864[-1870] Memorial 133/194

BULLIMORE, James dairyman Kercoonda, Wakefield River 1853[-1854] Memorial 160/58

No 1

BULLING, John yeoman North Armagh 1853 Memorial 449/48

BULLING, John farmer Stanley Flat 1861 Memorial 15/173

BULLING, John farmer Stanley near Clare 1868[-1891] Memorial 189/232

BULLING, John farmer Booyoolie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Laura Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 454 County Victoria

BULLING, John farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 155 County Victoria

BULLITUDE, John carpenter of the steamer Havilah Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 251/131

BULLOCK, Adelaide Elizabeth spinster Adelaide 1928 Application 27655

BULLOCK, Benjamin clerk Adelaide (Franklin St) Co Adelaide. Clinton (Hundred of Clinton) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 14 Page 125 County Daly

BULLOCK, F Methodist minister Willunga 1904 Memorial 216/452

No 1

BULLOCK, FW & Co York Chambers, Franklin St, Adelaide 1890 Application 21866

BULLOCK, Frederick William land agent formerly of Franklin St but now of Pirie St, Adelaide 1914 Memorial 19/472

No 1

BULLOCK, John gentleman Franklin St, Adelaide, about to proceed to England for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Jane Bullock, to manage his SA business affairs 3/2/1848 Enrolment 30/4.

BULLOCK, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now on his way to England 1848 Memorial 111/11

No 2

BULLOCK, John labourer Upper Wakefield 1866 Memorial 139/215

No 3

BULLOCK, John bicycle manufacturer Adelaide 1910 Memorial 226/462

BULLOCK, Richard of Penwortham 1861 Memorial 49/178

BULLOCK, William hairdresser Adelaide 1847 Memorial 2/9

BULLOCK, William Daniel of Broken Hill NSW 1891 Memorial 96/410

BULPITT, B storekeeper The Parade Norwood 1889 Application 21550

No 1

BULPITT, George Alfred soapmaker Adelaide and Eliza Jane Bulpitt his wife 1875 Memorial 106/283

BULPITT, GA storekeeper Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1888 Memorial 3/393

BULPITT, Mrs GA storekeeper Gilbert St, Adelaide 1891 Application 22184

BULPITT, James farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 146 County Victoria

No 1

BULTITUDE, John ship's carpenter Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 149/142

BULTITUDE, John shipwright Portland Estate 1858 Memorial 323/146

BULTITUDE, John shipwright formerly of the Portland Estate 1858 but now of Goolwa 1866 Application 7763

BULTITUDE, John formerly ship’s carpenter Pt Adelaide but now farmer Hindmarsh Island 1881 Application 18686

BUME, Richard draper Norwood 1857 Memorial 324/120

No 1

BUNCE, James merchant Adelaide 1842 Memorial 67/2

BUNCE, James Esquire East Tce, Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 203/23

Trustee North Kapunda Mining Company. With BROWN, John merchant Adelaide, co-partners in the Adelaide Smelting Company 1850 Memorial 374/27

BUNCE, James, Bunce, Richard and BROWN, John merchants and smelters, co-partners in trade Bankrupt 1851 Memorial 403/28

No 1

BUNDEY, AE of Woodside 1869 Memorial 98/237

BUNDEY, Albert Edward farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 161 County MacDonnell

BUNDEY, Albert Edward formerly of Woodside but now of East Wellington 1876 Memorial 16/297

No 1

BUNDEY, George of Gladstone 1890 Memorial 131/404

BUNDEY, George farmer Gladstone. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1893 Grant Book 60 Page 261 County Victoria

No 2

BUNDEY, George proclaimed bank manager Laura 1919 Memorial 154/478

No 1

BUNDEY, William contractor North Adelaide 1859 Memorial 78/157

BUNDEY, William builder North Adelaide 1864[-1877] Memorial 348/199

BUNDEY, William builder Adelaide President of the Board of Directors of the City Permanent Building and Investment Society of Adelaide Inc 1887 Application 21203

No 1

BUNDEY, William Henry clerk to J Eldin MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 246/227

BUNDEY, WH clerk to JT BAGOT solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 33/73

BUNDEY, WH of Woodside 1857 Memorial 172/125

BUNDEY, William Henry Clerk of the Local Court Woodside 1860 Application 1795

BUNDEY, WH solicitor Adelaide 1865 Memorial 238/208

BUNDY, John clerk to Messrs HERFORD & Co solicitors Adelaide 1860 Memorial 74/164

No 1

BUNFIELD, Patrick farmer Crystal Brook 1880 Memorial 176/322

BUNFIELD, Patrick farmer Palmer trustee unnamed School Hundred of Palmer Hundred of Palmer land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 176 County Newcastle

BUNFIELD, Patrick farmer Hundred of Palmer father of James Bunfield no description 1895 Memorial 5/425

BUNFIELD, Patrick farmer Hundred of Palmer, died 23/1/1898. Husband of Mary Bunfield. Father of James Bunfield, Frank Joseph Bunfield, Patrick Martin Bunfield, John Phillip Bunfield farmers Palmer and Adela Bunfield 1900 Memorial 123/441

BUNFORD, George farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1859 Grant Book 30 Page 92 County Grey

BUNGAY, Charles the Elder labourer Wesley Vale Mt Barker District 1862. Husband of Mary Lovell Bungay. Father of Charles Bungay the Younger and Mary Ann Bungay. Charles Bungay the Younger of Wallaroo, died 13/6/1906. Brother to Thomas Windsor Bungay, Elizabeth Lovell BELSTONE, Sarah MILLS and Mary Ann Bugay Memorials 87 & 88/459

No 1

BUNGAY, Samuel sawyer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 333/75

Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant 1854 Memorial 100/76

BUNGAY, Samuel sawyer Sixth Creek 1878 Memorial 239/305

BUNGAY, Samuel gardener Sixth Creek near Norton Summit 1882 Application 19050

No 1

BUNGE, Heinrich wheelwright Lobethal 1857 Memorial 41/120

BUNGE, Heinrich wheelwright Mt Gambier 1856[-1860] Memorial 283/132

BUNGE, Heinrich carpenter Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 104/185

BUNGE, Heinrich formerly wheelwright 1854 but now carpenter Mt Gambier 1866 Application 7425

BUNGE, Samuel carpenter Alberton 1875 Memorial 46/286

BUNGERT, Carl Joseph vigneron Highercombe 1894 Memorial 196/420

No 1

BUNGERT, Gustav of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 342/54

BUNGERT, Gustav sausage maker Adelaide 1857 Memorial 341/128

BUNGERT, Gustav butcher Adelaide 1863 Application 3919

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BUNGEY, Charles gardener near Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 231/138

BUNGEY, Charles the Elder labourer Wesley Vale near Mt Barker, died 6/10/1873. Husband of Mary Lovell Bungey. Father of Charles Bungey the Younger of Wallaroo, Thomas Windsor Bungey, Elizabeth Lovell BELSTONE, Sarah MILLS and Mary Ann Bungey Memorials 87 & 88/459

BUNGEY, Charles the Younger labourer Wallaroo, died 13/6/1906. He left his £250 estate to his brother and sisters, Thomas Windsor Bungey, Elizabeth Lovell BELSTONE, Sarah MILLS and Mary Ann Bungey. Their father, Charles Bungey the Elder, who died 6/10/1873, had left his estate in trust to his wife, Mary Lovell Bungey, for life, then to Charles Bungey the Younger absolutely in remainder expectant Application 27958

BUNKIN, Charles gentleman Norwood 1853 Memorial 312/51

BUNKIN, Frederick clerk to John STEVENS miller Company's Mill Torrens River near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 181/24

No 1

BUNKIN, Frederick Charles gentleman Norwood 1852[-1858] Memorial 317/45

BUNKIN, Frederick Charles gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Melbourne Vic 1864 Memorial 22/198

BUNN, Daniel carpenter Adelaide (Hobson Place) 1849 Memorial 73/15

No 1

BUNN, Esther Jane widow formerly of the Exchange Hotel, Adelaide but now of Norwood 1864 Memorial 1/196

BUNN, Esther Jane widow formerly of Adelaide but now visiting beyond the seas 1867 Memorial 105/226

BUNN, Esther Jane widow Adelaide 1868 Memorial 40/237

BUNN, George of Kooringa 1855 Memorial 420/85

BUNN, George sheepfarmer Tintinara 1874 Memorial 45/279

BUNN, Harry farmer Alberton 1936[-1938] Memorial 84/510

BUNN, Josephine spinster Adelaide 1856 Memorial 344/105

BUNNET, HC clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1880 Memorial 209/321

No 1

BUNNETT, James blacksmith Mt Barker 1855[-1860] Memorial 227/93

BUNNETT, James farmer Bugle Ranges 1871 Memorial 163/253

BUNNETT, James and Joseph blacksmiths Kingston S-E 1878 Memorial 208/305

BUNNETT, James blacksmith Kingston Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 575 County Frome

BUNNETT, James blacksmith formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Clare linked with Joseph Bunnett blacksmith Adelaide 1883 Memorial 122/352

BUNNETT, James mechanic Clare and Emily Bunnett his wife 1893 Application 22555

BUNNETT, James coach builder formerly Kingston S-E but now of Silverton NSW 1893 Application 22572

BUNNETT, Joseph coachbuilder Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1861 Grant Book 46 Page 4 County MacDonnell

BUNNETT, Joseph [formerly blacksmith Adelaide but now] coachbuilder Silverton NSW 1886 Memorial 196/377

No 1 - Caleb John Bunney

BUNNEY, Caleb of the Kapunda Mines 1865 Memorial 213/205

BUNNEY, Caleb miner Kapunda 1866 Memorial 67/261

BUNNEY, Caleb farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 147 County Victoria

BUNNEY, Caleb John farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1876 Memorial 171/301

BUNNEY, Caleb John farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1877 son of Mrs Caroline CHAPPELL formerly Bunney and the late Thomas Bunney formerly mason Kapunda Application 15920

BUNNEY, Joshua labourer Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 11 County Blachford

No 1

BUNNEY, Joseph Henry Spargo farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1876 Memorial 31/288

BUNNEY, Joseph Henry Spargo farmer Allen Creek, turned 21 on 1/5/1878. Links with Caroline CHAPPELL formerly Bunney wife of Joseph Chappell miner Allen Creek 1878 Memorial 231/308

BUNNEY, Caroline widow Allen Creek near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 135/225

No 1

BUNNEY, Thomas mason Allen Creek 1856[-1859] Memorial 5/102

BUNNEY, Thomas mason Kapunda 1860 Memorial 264/165

BUNNEY, Thomas the Elder married Caroline nee ? c1842 Camborne parish church, Cornwall, England. Six sons and 5 daughters of the marriage - Caroline, Sybilla, Thomas Henry, Thomas, James, Charles, Martha Ann, Samuel, Joseph, Caleb John. The eldest son Thomas Henry Bunney born, and died in infancy aged 18 months, at Reedy Creek. Eldest surviving son, Thomas Bunney the Younger born 21/10/1851 Reedy Creek. Thomas Bunney the Elder died 19/7/1867 Kapunda intestate, and buried at Allendale. Thomas Bunney the Younger inherited his extate as heir at law. Caroline Bunney remarried in April 1875 to Joseph CHAPELL miner formerly of Kadina but now Allen Creek near Kapunda. She and her new husband surrendered their ownership of Section 1505 Hundred of Kapunda, to her son, Caleb John Bunney farmer Allen Creek, in return for the right to live in the cottage upon the land for life, and a £16 a year annuity for life Application 15920

BUNNEY, Thomas farmer Allen Creek, died 19/7/1867, of accidental death by the upsetting of a dray, aged 45. Former Allendale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Application 21691

BUNTING, Watson storekeeper Lyndhurst Siding Out of Hundreds. Lyndhurst (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 65 Page 278 County Not named

BUNTING, William farmer near Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 288/37.

BURALL, Henry blacksmith Adelaide 1853[-1854] Sources of the Rhine Special Survey (Hundred of Moorooroo) land purchase Memorial 100/64

No 1

BURBERY, James cordwainer Gawler 1856 Memorial 177/101

BURBERY, James shoemaker Kapunda 1858 Memorial 23/137

BURCH, Thomas labourer Victorville 1866 Application 7912

BURCHAM, Hannah spinster Gepps Cross 1882 Memorial 138/344

No 1 - probably the same person

BURCHAM, Thomas William of Goolwa 1854 Memorial 340/72

BURCHAM, Thomas William miller Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 149/204

No 1

BURCHAM, William Newson civil engineer Strathalbyn 1855[-1858] Memorial 19/83

BURCHAM, WN machinist Mt Gambier 1858 Memorial 206/144

BURCHAM, William Newson miller Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 163/199, Application 27949

BURCHAM, William Newson formerly miller Mt Gambier but now engineer Ballarat Vic 1866 Memorial 194/213

No 1

BURCHARD, Joseph farmer near Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 206/276

BURCHARD, Joseph farmer Tantanoola 1898 Application 23538

BURCHARD, Joseph farmer Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 31 Page 303 County Grey

No 1

BURCHELL, Charles farrier Adelaide 1872 Memorial 113/262

BURCHELL, Charles shoeing smith Bayer St, Norwood, died 26/3/1917. Executors; Edward Charles RIO salesman Maylands and John TESTER accountant Blackwood Memorial 190/475

BURCHELL, Charles the Elder died 1882. His son, Charles Burchell the Younger shoeing smith Beyer St, Norwood, died 26/3/1917. He left his house and its contents + another house leased to Harold EASTWOOD, to his daughter Elizabeth Adeline Burchell. The rest of his estate to be sold. The proceeds to be used to pay off any mortgages on the above two houses mentioned; the remainder of the money to be divided equally amongst his children: Charlotte Susan THOMAS, James Henry Burchell, Emma Eliza GOODMAN, Thomas Charles Birkin Burchell and Alfred Charles Burchell. Estate worth £1,930 1919 Application 26763

No 2

BURCHELL, Charles accountant Birrell St, Norwood 1925. Husband of Clara Annie Burchell Application 27432

BURCHELL, David land agent Adelaide (Currie St) 1900 Memorial 87/441

BURCHELL, Robert S cabinetmaker Kadina 1864 Memorial 312/208

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BURCHELL, Thomas miner Wallaroo. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 107 County Daly

BURCHELL, Thomas licensed victualler Kadinda 1866 Memorial 297/209

BURCHELL, Thomas licensed victualler Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 72 County Daly

BURCHELL, Thomas Sergeant of Police Adelaide 1894 Application 22725

BURCHETT, Charles contractor Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 228 County Manchester

BURCKHARDT, Louise Wilhelmine Karoline widow Elizabeth St, Norwood 1920 Application 26911

BURCKHARDT, Ronald Frank clerk 6 Edward St, Norwood 1941 Application 28305

BURCKNER, George August Feder farmer Munno Para 1850[-1851] Memorial 43/24

BURDACH, Gottfried shoemaker Stockwell 1864 Application 5050

BURDEN, Ada widow East Adelaide 1897 Memorial 47/432

No 1

BURDEN, Charles labourer formerly of the Little Para but now of Campbelltown 1852 Memorial 411/40.

BURDEN, Charles labourer Campbelltown 1855[-1859] Memorial 458/93

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BURDEN, Charles farmer St Leonards, died c1890. Husband of Harriet Burden Memorial 175/410

BURDEN, Charles, died 9/7/1890. Harriet Burden died 1/5/1891 Memorial 145/411

BURDEN, Harriet widow of the late Charles Burden gardener St Leonards, who died 1/5/1891, of bronchitis, pneumonia and exhaustion, aged 77. Mother-in-law of Thomas HERRAMAN labourer St Leonards 1894 Application 22815

BURDEN, Emily Rosa married woman Norwood 1912 Application 26156

No 1

BURDEN, Frederic Britten newspaper proprietor Adelaide 1880[-1886] Memorial 12/325, Application 18307

BURDEN, Frederic Britten journalist Adelaide 1881 Memorial 205/330

BURDEN, Frederic Britten newspaper proprietor formerly of Adelaide but now temporarily residing in England 1894 Memorial 33/420

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BURDEN, James of Carrington St, Adelaide 1877 Memorial 5/304

BURDEN, James farmer Hundred of Coglin 1886 Memorial 159/373

 

BURDEN, James farmer Paratoo 1886 Memorial 138/379

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BURDEN, Philip Henry draper Kensington 1856[-1857] Memorial 335/118

BURDEN, Philip Henry surveyor Adelaide 1875 Memorial 221/280

BURDEN, Philip Henry draftsman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 568 County Frome

BURDEN, Philip Henry draftsman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 318 County Victoria

BURDEN, PH of Parkside 1878 Memorial 56/311

BURDEN, Philip Henry agent Parkside Co Adelaide. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 43 County Carnarvon

BURDEN, Philip Henry gentleman Adelaide 1882 Application 19449

BURDEN, Philip H chaff merchant Gawler 1891 Application 22153

BURDEN, Philip Henry chaff merchant Gawler and Rachael Ann Burden his wife a beneficiary under the will of the late Thomas ENGLISH formerly gentleman Parkside now deceased 1892 Memorial 31/416

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BURDEN, Robert grocer Adelaide (Franklin St) 1857[-1861] Memorial 231/120

BURDEN, Robert storekeeper Glenelg 1860 Memorial 152/167

BURDEN, Robert grocer Glenelg 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 35 County Daly

BURDEN, Robert storekeeper Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 14 Page 233 County Daly

BURDEN, Robert storekeeper Kadina 1880[-1882] Memorial 173/322

BURDETT, Charles gardener Third Creek 1876 Memorial 230/290

No 1

BURDETT, Francis William stone cutter Mt Gambier and Emma Burdett his wife 1907 Application 25351

BURDETT, Francis William labourer Mt Gambier, died 3/8/1919. . Estate worth £275 Husband of Emma Burdett. Father of - Christina HARRINGTON married woman Mt Gambier (died 29/4/1938); Eliza Ann CARR married woman Mt Gambier; Mary Edith Emily CARR married woman Fremantle WA; William Burdett blacksmith Millicent; Ellen Jane WOOLFIT married woman Norwood; Francis Burdett saddler Perth WA; Lucy May WEBBER formerly of the Black Swamp but now of Bordertown; Charles Arthur Burdett formerly of Mile End but now of Hart Ave, Unley. Daughter Alice Eleanor MARKS had already died. Full lists of the children of all these people named above 1936 Application 28053

No 1

BURDETT, John gold digger Dry Creek 1853[-1855] Memorial 30/50

BURDETT, John dealer Maylands 1881 Application 18922

BURDETT, John stockdealer Maylands 1888 Application 21392

BURDETT, John George dealer Maylands 1886 Charles JOHNS solicitor Adelaide knew him well Application 20822

BURDETT, John George usually known as John Burdett dealer Maylands 1885[-1901] Memorial 56/372

BURDETT, John George grazier Maylands 1899 Memorial 13/437

BURDETT, John George dealer Maylands 1899 Memorial 110/462

BURDETT, John George dealer Maylands 1924 Application 27242

BURDETT, John George out of business Wellington Road, Maylands, died 23/8/1931. Executors; Winzor John Burdett and Frank Burdett WOODCOCK both graziers Bolivar Memorial 28/505

No 1

BURDETT, Matthew farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 126/49

BURDETT, Matthew farmer Para Hills 1859 Memorial 43/150

BURDETT, Matthew farmer Montague Farm Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 28/153

BURDETT, Matthew farmer Para Hills, died c1864. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ziller Burdett Memorial 184/194

BURDETT, Ziller widow Salisbury 1867 Application 8182

No 1

BURDETT, William labourer Mt Gambier 1875[-1877] Memorial 225/279

BURDETT, William mason Mt Gambier 1901 Application 24173

No 2

BURDETT, William gardener Ashton 1890[-1899] Memorial 173/404

BURDETT, William gardener Basket Range 1901 Memorial 83/444

BURDETT, William the Elder formerly gardener Basket Range but then gentleman Kensington Tce, Norwood, died c1910. Husband of Martha Burdett. Father of William Burdett the Younger gardener Basket Range and Alfred Burdett no description Memorial 78/463

No 1 - likely to be of the same family

BURDETT, Winzor John grazier Bolivar 1938 Memorial 71/512

BURDETT, Louisa widow formerly of Bolivar near Salisbury but now of Knightsbridge 1942, declared that she was 69 years of age. She had been a widow since at least 1915. Daughter of the late Mrs Mary Ann WINZOR widow Salisbury relict of the late John Winzor formerly farmer Deal Court nr Salisbury but then deceased Application 28311

BURDON, Clara widow Barnes Ave, Magill 1913, declared that she had been a close friend of Michael HANNA and his family since at least 1863 Application 26255

No 1

BURDON, George yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 56/13

BURDON, George farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 332 County Light

BURDON, George farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 294 County Gawler

BURDON, Henry formerly gentleman Prospect but now a patient in the Parkside Mental Hospital. Probably a son of the late Robert Burdon farmer Gladstone Road, Prospect. Also in the Burdon family 1928 - Caroline Burdon widow Prospect (prob relict of the late Robert Burdon?), Ellen PROCTOR wife of James Proctor baker formerly of Highbury but now of Ovingham; Sarah WELSBY widow 44 Myrtle St, Prospect; Caroline Burdon spinster Prospect and John Burdon formerly farmer but now dairyman Gladstone Road, Prospect Memorial 103/500

No 1

BURDON, James police constable Adelaide 1885 Application 20461

No 2

BURDON, James farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 468 County Daly

BURDON, James farmer Manoora and Margaret Burdon his wife 1890 Memorial 213/405

BURDON, James farmer Manoora linked with John Francis Burdon farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1892 Memorial 216/414

BURDON, James farmer Manoora, and Margaret Burdon his wife who died 14/6/1891. All her unnamed children to share equally in her estate, once the youngest child turned 21 Memorial 51/415

BURDON, James farmer near Manoora linked with BURDON, John Thomas farmer One Tree Hill 1903 Application 24564

No 1

BURDON, John shoemaker Islington 1850[-1858] Memorial 281/26

BURDON, John cordwainer Islington 1855 Beverley Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 131/94

BURDON, John shoemaker Islington 1856[-1860] Memorial 161/325 App 7111

BURDON, John shoemaker Prospect 1863 Application 4347

BURDON, John farmer Islington died 2/9/1884. Father of James Burdon police corporal Adelaide and Josiah Burdon blacksmith Islington 1884 Memorial 205/360, Application 30436

No 2 - grandson of No 1

BURDON, John dairyman Prospect 1926 Application 27434

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BURDON, Robert labourer Islington 1853 Memorial 209/49

BURDON, Robert labourer Prospect Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 326 County Light

BURDON, Robert farmer Gladstone St, Prospect, died 26/3/1896. Father of John and George Burdon farmers Prospect North 1899 Memorial 238/437

BURDON, Robert formerly labourer Islington 1853 but now farmer Lower North Road 1866. Linked with John Burdon shoemaker Islington Application 7111.

BURDON, Robert of Islington declared that he held Caroline Square in Islington in trust for the Primitive Methodist Church 1883 Application 19942.

BURDON, Robert farmer Gladstone Rd, Prospect, died 26/3/1896. He left his whole estate to his wife, Clara Burdon, for life or until she remarried; then to the children in equal shares in remainder expectant. His family by 1928 included: Henry Burdon formerly gentleman Prospect now patient Parkside Mental Home; Ellen PROCTOR wife of James Proctor baker Ovingham; Elizabeth Ann COX widow Prospect now deceased; Jane DAVIDSON (died 14/1/1925) wife of Thomas Davidson station master Roseworthy; Sarah WELSBY widow Prospect; John Burdon farmer and dairyman Gladstone Rd, Prospect North; George Burdon blacksmith Prospect North, who died 7/8/1916 [Much detail about Burdon descendants in this Application] Application 27664

BURFIELD, George engine driver Hindmarsh 1878 Memorial 163/311

No 1

BURFIELD, Herbert Auburn farmer Auburn 1926 Memorial 187/494

BURFIELD, Herbert Auburn out of business Mill Lane, Auburn, died 29/3/1947. Husband of Olive Maude Burfield. Executor; Fred Burfield retired farmer Auburn Memorial 191/521

No 1

BURFIELD, Robert blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1846. He took a 5 year lease of the Commercial Inn at £250 a year from 11/3/1846. Memorial 105/6.

Licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1850[-1852] Enrolment46/8

BURFIELD, Robert formerly licensed victualler Pt Adelaide but now yeoman Mitcham 1850 Application 27186

BURFIELD, Robert Esquire Alberton 1852 Memorial 71/46

BURFIELD, Robert licensed victualler formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Alberton 1853[-1854] Memorial 409/50

BURFIELD, Robert licensed victualler Pt Adelaide laid out the township of Lyndoch 1854 Enrolments 46/19

BURFIELD, Robert licensed victualler Wharf Hotel Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 197/130

BURFIELD, Robert formerly licensed victualler Pt Adelaide but now yeoman Mitcham 1858 Memorial 117/144

BURFIELD, Robert farmer Mitcham 1859[-1861] Memorial 20/161

BURFIELD, Robert gentleman Mitcham. Father of Ruth Burfield spinster Mitcham 1859 Memorial 193/361

BURFIELD, Robert Esquire Blackwood Belair 1862 Memorial 350/188

BURFIELD, Robert farmer Belair 1864 Memorial 131/200

BURFIELD, Robert gentleman formerly of Pt Gawler but now of Belair 1865 Memorial 188/204

BURFIELD, Robert licensed victualler Belair 1870 Application 10452

BURFIELD, Robert licensed victualler formerly of Pt Adelaide 1854 but now of Belair 1871 Application 11646

BURFIELD, Robert licensed victualler formerly of Pt Adelaide 1856 but now of Belair 1874 Application 13645

BURFIELD, Robert formerly Esquire Alberton 1851 but now farmer Belair 1877 Application 16407

BURFIELD, Robert formerly innkeeper Pt Adelaide 1848 but now farmer Belair 1878 Application 16806

BURFIELD, Robert farmer Belair, died c1883 Memorial 218/355

BURFIELD, Mercy widow Gawler relict of the late Robert Burfield formerly licensed victualler Belair now deceased 1882 Memorial 34/337

BURFIELD, Mercy widow Gawler 1883 relict of the late Robert Burfield formerly farmer Belair, who died 25/10/1875 Memorial 147/354

BURFIELD, Robert licensed victualler Pt Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 20 County Adelaide

BURFIELD, Samuel tailor Adelaide 1839 Application 6314

BURFIELD, Samuel Mitchell farmer Upper Wakefield 1872 Application 12193

BURFIELD, Samuel Mitchell farmer near Auburn 1873[-1881] Memorial 198/270

BURFIELD, Samuel Mitchell farmer Auburn 1890 Application 21952

BURFIELD, Samuel Mitchell farmer near Auburn, died 18/5/1906 Application 25251

BURFIELD, Walter storekeeper East Wellington 1858 Memorial 106/135

BURFORD, Abraham labourer Beverley. Beverley Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1866 Memorial 240/217

BURFORD, Alice Maud married woman York township on the Port Road 1912 Application 26135

No 1

BURFORD, Alfred storekeeper Angle Vale 1896 Memorial 144/427

BURFORD, Alfred of Angle Vale. Angle Vale Methodist Church trustee 1909 Memorial 245/463

BURFORD, Alfred formerly storekeeper but now farmer Angle Vale 1911 Application 25946

BURFORD, Arthur Albert bootmaker St Peters. Norwood Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 40/467

BURFORD, Benjamin and William Henville Burford soap and candle manufacturers Adelaide 1878 Memorial 218/309

No 1

BURFORD, Edward clerk Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 213/15

BURFORD, Edward Harbour Master’s office clerk Queenstown, and Mary Ann Burford, his wife 1851 Memorial 267/34.

No 1

BURFORD, Edwin plasterer Bowden 1847 Memorial 292/9

BURFORD, Edwin yeoman Bowden 1853 Memorial 36/60

BURFORD, Edwin plasterer Bowden 1861[-1879] Memorial 312/177

BURFORD, Edwin plasterer Bowden, died 21/7/1877 Memorial 56/417

BURFORD, Edwin plasterer Bowden, died 21/7/1877. He put his real and personal estate in trust for his wife, Mary Burford, during her lifetime, then to his daughter, Eliza CAVILLE, for her lifetime, then to the children of Eliza Caville in equal shares absolutely. Mary Burford widow Hindmarsh, died 1/4/1888, of senile decay, aged 78. Her daughter, Eliza Burford, had married John CAVILLE plasterer Bowden (Father: George Caville) on 2/10/1866 John Caville's home Bowden. Minister: Samuel L HARRIS. Witnesses: Jane A HILL of Hindmarsh and Edwin Burford plasterer Bowden (he could not write). Mrs Caville declared 1894, that she had four children - Mary Ann LEWIS, now aged 27, who married 26/2/1890 Frederick Samuel Lewis engineer Hindmarsh; Caroline Alice Caville spinster Bowden, aged 25; William Edwin Caville tanner Bowden, aged 23; Elizabeth Jane Caville spinster Bowden, aged 21. Edwin Burford a nephew of Thomas Burford the Elder of Bowden and Gumeracha Applications 26504, 16914

BURFORD, Mary widow Bowden relict of the late Edwin Burford of Bowden now deceased [original settlers of Bowden from 1838] Possibly parents of Eliza CAVILLE wife of John Caville plasterer Bowden 1882[-1889] Memorial 103/337

No 1

BURFORD, Esau of Islington 1844 Memorial 205/4

Farmer Islington 1849 Memorial 349/17

Husband of Charlotte Burford 1850 Memorial 485/24

Farmer Great South Road near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 375/45

BURFORD, Esau farmer Islington 1853 Memorial 444/50

BURFORD, Esau farmer Gawler River 1854[-1858] Memorial 269/76

BURFORD, Esau farmer Moreton Villa Gawler River 1857[-1863] Memorial 174/130

BURFORD, Esau farmer Mile End 1879 Memorial 237/318

BURFORD, Frederick Charles Redvers storekeeper formerly of Sherlock but now of Smithfield 1948 Memorial 168/522

BURFORD, Frederick Charles Redvers storekeeper formerly of Sherlock but now of Smithfield 1949 Application 28645

No 1

BURFORD, George engine driver Hindmarsh 1871[-1882] Memorial 161/251

No 2

BURFORD, George sawyer Kapunda 1864 Application 5834

BURFORD, George storeman Kapunda 1874 Application 13394

BURFORD, George storeman Kapunda 1878 Application 16866

BURFORD, George storeman Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 225 County Dalhousie

No 3

BURFORD, George farmer Dublin. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 351 County Gawler

No 4

BURFORD, George of Carribie 1883[-1888] Memorial 156/363

No 1

BURFORD, Henry farmer Yacka trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

BURFORD, Henry gentleman Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1889 Grant Book 56 Page 98 County Stanley

BURFORD, Henry farmer Yackamoorundie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

No 1

BURFORD, Isaac labourer Beverley on the Port Road near Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 319/30

BURFORD, Isaac labourer Port Road, Beverley, died c1858. His personal estate to his widow, Betty Burford, absolutely, the real estate in trust to her for life, then 1/- to son George Burford, house in Beverley to son Abraham Burford, an allotment of land in Beverley to son David Burford, £1 to his daughter Caroline HARVEY, absolutey in remainder expectant. Executor; George DENMAN tailor Croydon. By 1877, the family had dispersed - Elizabeth Burford widow now of Castlemaine Vic, Abraham Burford brickmaker Beverley, David Burford labourer Orroroo Application 16312

BURFORD, Elizabeth Betty widow formerly of Beverley but now of Castlemaine Vic, BURFORD, Abraham brickmaker Beverley and BURFORD, David labourer Ororroo 1877, the relict and children of the late Isaac Burford formerly labourer Beverley 1851 Application 16312

No 2

BURFORD, Isaac moulder Beverley 1912 Application 26135

No 1 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BURFORD, Jabez plasterer Bowden 1849 Memorial 84/21

Formerly of Adelaide but now carpenter Bowden 1850-1853] Memorial 111/27

BURFORD, Jabez labourer Bowden 1851 Memorial 182/34.

BURFORD, Jabez farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1858 Application 172

BURFORD, Jabez farmer Hundred of Gilbert, died c1871. He left his estate, including allotments in Bowden (bought through a Building Society in 1849, sold for £200 in 1887), in trust to his wife for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. By 1887, his family consisted of the following - his widow, Eliza Burford lived at Riverton. Children - Henry Burford farmer Yacka, Emma BROWN wife of Isaac Brown fellmonger Hindmarsh, Phoebe GRIEG widow Crystal Brook, Jane ABBOTT wife of James Abbott farmer Yorke Peninsula, Rebecaa CAMPAIN wife of Thomas Campain carpenter Riverton, Ruth NEWTON wife of Thomas Newton farmer Hoyleton, Rachael THOMAS wife of Joseph Thomas labourer Fifth Creek, and Esther BOASE wife of Charles Boase labourer Maylands Application 20970

BURFORD, Jabez farmer Hundred of Gilbert, died 21/10/1871. Husband of Eliza Burford and father of Henry Burford. Memorial 80/384

BURFORD, James farmer North Road 1864 Memorial 192/197

BURFORD, Oliver William and Thomas Burford both of Ridleyton 1897 Memorial 74/432

BURFORD, Richard of Ardrossan 1887[-1893] Memorial 147/383

No 1

BURFORD, Robert sawyer Hindmarsh 1855[-1856] Memorial 194/94

BURFORD, Robert sawyer Brompton 1856[-1868] Memorial 26/259, Application 9333

BURFORD, Robert sawyer Bowden 1861 Application 2102

BURFORD, Robert sawyer Bowden 1867 Memorial 46/223

BURFORD, Robert sawyer Bowden 1871 Application 11381

BURFORD, Robert formerly sawyer Bowden 1867 but now labourer Hindmarsh 1872 Application 11904

BURFORD, Robert sawyer Hindmarsh 1871 Application 11584

BURFORD, Robert sawyer formerly of Brompton 1864 but now of Bowden 1876 Application 15011

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BURFORD, Robert farmer Dublin Pt Prime (Hundred of Dublin) township allotment land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 27 Page 453 County Gawler

BURFORD, Robert farmer Dublin 1888 Memorial 173/392

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BURFORD, Robert Thomas chaff merchant Kapunda 1892 Memorial 76/414

BURFORD, Robert Thomas chaff merchant Kapunda Co Light. Dalton (Later Black Rock Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grants 1892 Grant Book 13 Page 447 County Dalhousie

BURFORD, Robert Thomas merchant Adelaide 1899 Application 23761

BURFORD, Samuel farmer Enfield 1886 Memorial 199/380

BURFORD, Samuel Arthur storekeeper Watervale 1864[-1865] Memorial 185/197

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BURFORD, Thomas the Elder of Hindmarsh 1840. Thomas Burford gardener Gumeracha, died 9/2/1861 intestate, of old age, aged 75. Father of Thomas Burford the Younger labourer Freeling by 1878, the eldest son and heir at law. T Burford the Elder also an uncle to Edwin Burford of Bowden Application 16914

BURFORD, Thomas sawyer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 120/98

BURFORD, Thomas farmer Gumeracha 1863 Memorial 44/188

BURFORD, Thomas sawyer Hindmarsh 1871 Application 11546

No 2

BURFORD, Thomas farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 113 County Victoria

No 3

BURFORD, Thomas farmer Angle Vale 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

No 1

BURFORD, Walter settler Wellington on the Murray River 1855 Memorial 39/91

BURFORD, Walter storekeeper Wellington on the Murray 1858 Memorial 52/145

BURFORD, Walter storekeeper Wellington on the Murray became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 248/195

BURFORD, Walter of Wellington 1868 Application 12616

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BURFORD, William farmer Islington 1847 Memorial 379/57

BURFORD, William farmer Mudla Wirra 1862 Memorial 301/181

No 2

BURFORD, William manufacturer Adelaide 1887 Application 21153

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BURFORD, William George farmer Corny Point 1884 Memorial 171/360

BURFORD, William George farmer Hundred of Carribie Co Ferguson 1888 Memorial 79/395

BURGAN, Charles vigneron McLaren Flat. McLaren Vale Public Hall Association trustee 1913 Memorial 128/468

No 1

BURGAN, John teamster Thebarton 1878 Memorial 121/306

BURGAN, John teamster Thebarton 1880 Application 18062

BURGAN, Richard Clement farmer Dinglebledinga 1948 Memorial 76/528

BURGAN, Thomas schoolteacher Adelaide 1860 Memorial 199/170

BURGAN, Willie miner Moonta Mines. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1894 Grant Book 14 Page 424 County Daly

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BURGAR, George farmer Currency Creek Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 207 County Hindmarsh

BURGAR, George farmer Currency Creek 1867[-1877] Memorial 1/227, Application 15956

BURGAR, George farmer Currency Creek, died 25/1/1890. Husband of Ann Burgar Memorial 62/402

BURGAR, G farmer Currency Creek 1892 Application 22202

BURGAR, George and Thomas farmers Currency Creek 1924 Memorial 110/491

BURGAR, Ann widow Currency Creek, died 17/2/1894. Mother of George and Thomas Burgar farmers Currency Creek 1894 Memorial 64/421

BURGAR, George Thomas and James Joseph Burgar brothers farmers Middleton 1941 Memorial 46/516

BURGAR, Henry and Thomas farmers Currency Creek 1899 Memorial 18/438

No 1

BURGAR, James Joseph and George Thomas Burgar farmers near Middleton 1930, sons of William Burgar who died 25/1/1921 Application 27817

BURGAR, James Joseph farmer Middleton 1938 Memorial 79/530

No 1 - possibly the same person

BURGAR, William farmer Currency Creek 1873 Memorial 113/269

BURGAR, William farmer Currency Creek 1894. He bought pt Section 2156 Hundred of Goolwa from his former landlord, George Henry COOK gentleman of parts beyond the sea Application 22702

BURGAR, William farmer near Middleton, died 25/1/1921. Father of Sophia Ann ANDERSON, Charlotte GREENWOOD, Margaret HOLME, Jessie CANNAN, James Joseph Burgar farmer near Middleton and George Thomas Burgar Memorial 9/483

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BURGE, Henry builder Queenstown 1859 Application 303

BURGE, Henry carpenter formerly of Alberton 1856 but now of Queenstown 1866 Application 7078

BURGE, Henry builder Pt Adelaide 1875[-1913] Memorial 81/280

BURGE, Henry builder Pt Adelaide 1888 Application 21511

BURGE, Henry the Younger carpenter Pt Adelaide 1895 Application 22989

BURGE, Henry John vigneron Lyndoch, died 1/11/1935. Husband of Sarah Jane Burge. Father of Charles John Burge secretary Timber Workers' Union 27 Charles St, Norwood Memorial 191/508

BURGE, Henry Meshach contractor Pt Adelaide and Emily Edith Burge his wife 1897 Memorial 243/431

No 1

BURGE, John tailor Lyndoch Valley 1856 Memorial 323/97

BURGE, John farmer Lyndoch Valley 1867 Memorial 78/219

BURGE, John farmer and vigneron Lyndoch Valley, died c1891. A life interest for his widow, Eliza Burge, in Section 3073 Hundred of Barossa, then to his sons, Meshach Burge farmer Lyndoch Valley and Henry Burge vigneron Lyndoch Valley. Henry Burge bought out his brother with their mother’s agreement for £250 Application 22117

BURGE, Meshach William farmer Lyndoch Valley 1905 Memorial 190/508

No 1

BURGE, Samuel carpenter Alberton 1860 Application 1756

BURGE, Samuel carpenter Alberton 1867[-1875] Memorial 173/222

BURGE, Samuel formerly builder 1860 but now carpenter Alberton 1870 Application 11127

No 1

BURGE, Thomas stone mason Redruth 1850 Memorial 381/20

BURGE, Thomas stonemason formerly of Redruth but now of Tolbert Vic 1865 Memorial 263/200

BURGE, Thomas stonemason Redruth near Kooringa 1902 Memorial 188/445

BURGEMEISTER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1885 Memorial 199/370

BURGEMEISTER, Johann Wilhelm labourer Angas Park Hundred of Bagot land grant 1877 Grant Book 17 Page 232 County Eyre

BURGES, George John modeller Adelaide and Jane Burges his wife formerly Jane DIBBLE spinster Adelaide (Knox St) 1885 Memorial 77/372

No 1

BURGESS, Aaron farmer Bugle Ranges 1861 Memorial 256/171

BURGESS, Aaron and William John Burgess yeomen Strathalbyn 1902 Memorial 190/446

BURGESS, Aaron yeoman Strathalbyn 1910 Memorial 120/463

No 1

BURGESS, Abraham of Tickera 1882 Memorial 65/337

BURGESS, Abraham farmer Kapunda 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 212 County Daly

BURGESS, Alexander Ferrie shipwright Pt Adelaide took out a 20-year lease of the Shipwright's Arms Commercial Road Pt Adelaide from William WILLIAMS brewer Walkerville at £2 per week for 10 years and then £3 a week for the remainder of the lease 1851 Memorial 93/33

No 1

BURGESS, Alfred Charles farmer Kangaroo Island 1876 Memorial 232/288

BURGESS, Alfred Charles stockholder Kangaroo Island 1880 Memorial 121/322

BURGESS, Alfred Charles stockholder White Lagoon. Hundred of MacGillivray land grant 1908 Grant Book 11 Page 88 County Carnarvon

BURGESS, Arthur William farmer Pt Neill and Ida Mary Isobel Burgess his wife 1958 Application 29279

BURGESS, Charles Arthur farm labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1918 Grant Book 14 Page 288 County Daly

BURGESS, CS clerk Adelaide 1911 Memorial 155/464

No 1

BURGESS, Edward farmer District B near Adelaide 1841 Application 8134

BURGESS, Edward farmer District B 1841 Memorial 455/2

Farmer Section 61 Survey B and his wife, Susanah Burgess 1847 Memorial 24/8

Farmer Park Farm Onkaparinga 1848[-1850] Memorial 20/11

Farmer Park Farm near Clarendon 1853[-1861] Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 83/26

BURGESS, Edward farmer Onkaparinga River 1850[-1856] Memorial 83/26

BURGESS, Edward farmer Clarendon 1857[-1877] Wesleyan Methodist member Memorial 6/122

BURGESS, Edward farmer Clarendon. Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1858 Memorial 145/133

BURGESS, Edward farmer Park Farm Clarendon 1863 Application 4156

BURGESS, Edward gentleman Clarendon 1872 Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 12431

BURGESS, Edward Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee still at Clarendon 1873 Applications 13995/14016

BURGESS, Edward farmer Clarendon trustee; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

BURGESS, Edward formerly farmer Clarendon but now gentleman Prospect. Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) continuing Trustee 1897 Application 23395

BURGESS, Edward gentleman Prospect, died 10/2/1897, of carcinoma of the omentum, and uraemia, aged 84 Application 23275

No 2

BURGESS, Edward labourer Pt Gawler 1851 Memorial 227/38

BURGESS, Edward farmer Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 321/110

BURGESS, Edward farmer Bugle Ranges 1859 Application 771

No 3

BURGESS, Edward labourer West Milang and Annie Burgess his wife 1895 Memorial 1/425

BURGESS, Edward formerly labourer but now out of business West Milang 1922 Memorial 106/486

No 4

BURGESS, Edward storekeeper Strathalbyn 1918 Memorial 124/476

BURGESS, Edward Henry of Milang 1918 Memorial 145/476

BURGESS, EM and PAYNTER, HK clerks to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Eagle Chambers, King William St, Adelaide 1919 Application 29152

BURGESS, Frank gardener Watervale 1911 Application 26031

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BURGESS, George the Younger farmer Kadina 1882 Memorial 241/336

BURGESS, George the Younger farmer Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 212 County Daly

BURGESS, George farmer Palmer trustee unnamed School Hundred of Palmer Hundred of Palmer land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 176 County Newcastle

BURGESS, H watchmaker Pt Pirie 1878 Memorial 73/309

No 1 - possibly the same person

BURGESS, Henry farmer McLaren Vale 1854[-1857] Memorial 61/65

BURGESS, Henry farmer Rapid Bay 1857[-1861] Memorial 183/127, Application 2350

BURGESS, H blacksmith Nillinghoo 1897 Memorial 31/430

No 1 - possibly the same person

BURGESS, Henry Thomas Wesleyan minister Mt Gamber 1863 Memorial 230/196

BURGESS, Henry Thomas minister of the gospel Adelaide. President of the SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

BURGESS, Henry Thomas of Adelaide. President of the SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

BURGESS, Henry Thomas minister of the gospel Adelaide. President of the Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 321 County Stanley

BURGESS, Henry Thomas minister of the gospel North Adelaide. President of the SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1891 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

BURGESS, Henry Thomas Wesleyan Methodist minister Kent Town 1901 Memorial 22/442

No 1

BURGESS, Herbert James chaff merchant Kapunda 1919 Application 26746

BURGESS, Herbert James chaffmerchant Kapunda 1920[-1921] Memorial 37/481

No 1

BURGESS, John publican Adelaide (Commercial Inn, Grenfell St). Lease purchase from Thomas O'Leary 1872 Memorial 46/260

No 2

BURGESS, John farmer near Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1904[-1909] Grant Book 14 Page 95 County Daly

No 1 - possibly the same person

BURGESS, John Howard land and estate agent Adelaide 1915 Memorial 8/473

BURGESS, John Howard chartered accountant Adelaide linked with Elizabeth Burgess spinster Adelaide 1937 Memorial 8/511

No 1

BURGESS, John William motor painter 27 Burnside Road, Kensington 1952 Memorial 8/527

BURGESS, John William motor painter 27 Burnside Rd, Kensington 1956 Application 29181

BURGESS, Joseph stonemason Littlehampton 1855[-1856] Memorial 283/88

No 1

BURGESS, Levi of Stanley Flat near Clare 1864[-1865] Memorial 182/195

BURGESS, Levi farmer Clare 1864 Memorial 185/199

BURGESS, Levi farmer Stanley Flat near Clare Co Stanley. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 451 County Victoria

BURGESS, Levi farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 149 County Victoria

BURGESS, Levi farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 495 County Frome

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BURGESS, Lindsay James blacksmith Tarcowie. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1914 Grant Book 13 Page 34 County Dalhousie

BURGESS, Lindsay James mechanic Korunye. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1932 Grant Book 13 Page 34 County Dalhousie

BURGESS, Catherine Irene milliner Korunye. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1932 Grant Book 13 Page 34 County Dalhousie

No 1

BURGESS, Martha widow Strathalbyn 1897 Memorial 153/432

BURGESS, Martha widow Strathalbyn, died 28/4/1899. Mother of Aaron Burgess and William John Burgess Memorial 87/446

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

BURGESS, Martin storekeeper Noarlunga 1858[-1874] Memorial 242/144, Application 5661

BURGESS, Martin accountant Noarlunga 1868[-1874] Memorial 48/236

BURGESS, Martin storekeeper Noarlunga official liquidator of the Southern Racecourse Company 1872 Application 12232

BURGESS, Martin accountant and District Council clerk Noarlunga 1877 Memorial 104/309

BURGESS, Martin JP of Noarlunga 1879 Memorial 183/318

BURGESS, Martin JP of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 147/370

BURGESS, Martin Secretary Waymouth St, Adelaide 1898 Application 23727

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

BURGESS, Martin miller Noarlunga 1874 Application 13575.

BURGESS, Martin miller Noarlunga 1904 Memorial 155/450

No 3

BURGESS, Martin farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 231 County Hindmarsh

No 1

BURGESS, Robert mariner Alberton 1846 Memorial 185/7

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BURGESS, Robert yeoman Blakiston 1854 Memorial 53/67

BURGESS, Robert farmer pt Section 4430 Hundred of Macclesfield, Blakiston, died 28/11/1855 intestate and without heirs. His widow, Maria Burgess, inherited his estate. Maria Burgess 28 Mt Barker (Father: James CHAPMAN) remarried to James BLIGHT the Elder 40 farmer Mt Barker Springs (Father: Francis Blight) on 13/10/1856 Strathalbyn Wesleyan Chapel. Minister: John A PLUNKETT. Witnesses: John MERRIFIELD blacksmith Mt Barker and Ann Merrifield (She could not write) Mt Barker. After her remarriage, Mrs Blight leased her former home and land to John OBORN sawyer Blakiston, who at last bought the property in Nov 1885 Application 23274

BURGESS, Stanley carter Langhorne Bridge 1864 Memorial 2909/205

No 1

BURGESS, Stanley Hook farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1907 Application 25360

BURGESS, Stanley Hook, died c1956. Executors; Stanley George Burgess of Long Valley near Strathalbyn and Edward Henry Burgess of Milang 1956 Application 28803

No 1

BURGESS, Thomas of Adelaide 1841 Application 20870

BURGESS, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 310/18

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BURGESS, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 69/68

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

BURGESS, Thomas labourer Willunga 1854[-1856] Memorial 403/64

No 4

BURGESS, Thomas mine agent Kadina 1862 Memorial 284/192

No 5

BURGESS, Thomas sawyer Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 424 County Victoria

No 6

BURGESS, Thomas Methodist Minister Kent Town. Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Church Trustee 1882 Application 19463

No 7

BURGESS, Thomas chaff merchant Kapunda 1919 Application 26733

BURGESS, Thomas Port farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1903  Grant Book 14 Page 426 County Daly

No 1

BURGESS, William labourer Pt Gawler 1851 Memorial 227/38.

BURGESS, William farmer Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 210/136

BURGESS, William farmer Bugle Ranges near Mt Barker. Husband of Mary Ann Burgess. Father of Elizabeth, Rebecca, Aaron and Albert Burgess. Brother to Edward Burgess 1860 Memorial 59/180

No 2

BURGESS, William farmer Oakbank 1858 Memorial 60/140

BURGESS, William farmer Balhannah 1888 Application 21526

BURGESS, William farmer Balhannah 1892, declared that he had lived in Balhannah since c1842 Application 21742

No 3

BURGESS, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 5/324

BURGESS, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18129

No 4

BURGESS, William painter and plumber North Adelaide and Marianne Burgess his wife 1882 Memorial 125/316

BURGESS, William painter Gilberton and Marianne Burgess his wife 1882 Memorial 54/444

No 5

BURGESS, William grazier Cowandilla 1909 Memorial 67/461

BURGESS, W clerk Noarlunga 1871 Memorial 151/258

BURGESS, W Carter storekeeper Noarlunga 1858 Memorial 193/141

No 1 - perhaps the same person; JW Burgoyne

BURGOYNE, John basketmaker Ninth St, Bowden 1906 Application 25222

BURGOYNE, John Woodall basketmaker Bowden 1875[-1884] Memorial 110/283, Application 20054

No 1

BURGOYNE, Joseph yeoman Bowden 1852[-1861] Memorial 312/42

BURGOYNE, Joseph basketmaker Bowden 1875 Memorial 110/283

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BURGOYNE, Thomas builder Pt Augusta 1863 Application 4743

BURGOYNE, Thomas auctioneer Pt Augusta 1865 Application 6683.

No 1

BURICH, John licensed victualler Payneham 1895 Memorial 118/425

BURICH, John publican Payneham 1897 Application 23436

BURING/BÜRING, Friedrich Adolph engineer Adelaide, died c1852. He left his entire estate to his wife, Caroline Henriette Auguste Buring Memorial 145/114

BURING/BÜRING, Heinrich Franz Rudolph tobacconist Adelaide, died 6/9/1923. Father of Emil Ernst Paul Buring tobacconist Fullarton Memorial 101/491

No 1

BURGIS, Richard labourer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 491/70

No 1

BURGISS, Richard labourer Morphett Vale 1853[-1854] Memorial 138/66

BURGISS, Richard farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 301/121

BURGISS, Richard farmer Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 52/83

BURGISS, Richard farmer Yankalilla 1863 Memorial 306/187

BURGOYNE, Alfred William postal assistant Barrow Creek Northern Territory of SA 1909 Memorial 42/462

BURGOYNE, John Woodall and Joseph Burgoyne basketmakers Bowden 1875 Memorial 110/283

No 1

BURGOYNE, Joseph yeoman Bowden 1852 Memorial 312/42.

BURGOYNE, Joseph basketmaker Bowden 1856[-1858] Memorial 310/95

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BURGOYNE, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 150/21

BURGOYNE, Thomas labourer Norwood 1853 Memorial 466/50

BURGOYNE, Thomas builder Pt Augusta 1863[-1876] Memorial 325/189

BURGOYNE, Thomas surveyor Pt Augusta 1871 Memorial 81/251

BURGOYNE, Thomas architect Pt Augusta 1883 Memorial 40/355

BURICH, John licensed victualler Payneham 1895 Memorial 118/425

No 1

BURING/BÜRING, Adolph Heinrich Hermann varnish maker Osmond Tce, Norwood 1924 Application 27239

BURING/BÜRING, Adolph Heinrich Hermann Büring ironmonger's assistant Maylands and Mabel Louie Buring his wife 1920 Application 26911

BURING/BÜRING, Adolph Heinrich Hermann ironmonger's assistant Maylands and Mabel Louie Buring his wife 1924 Application 27239

No 1

BURING/BÜRING, Friedrich Adolph engineer Adelaide 1852. Husband of Caroline Henriette Auguste Buring Memorial 145/114

BURING/BÜRING, Friedrich Adolph engineer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 170/57

No 1

BURING/BÜRING, Rudolph tobacconist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1880 Memorial 132/325

BURING/BÜRING, Heinrich Franz Rudolph tobacconist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1883 Memorial 97/349

BURING/BÜRING, Heinrich Franz Rudolph tobacconist Adelaide (151 Rundle St) trading under the style or firm of F Armbrüster & Uhlmann 1917 Memorial 26/475

BURING/BÜRING, Heinrich Franz Rudolph tobacconist Adelaide, died 16/8/1923 Norwood. Father of Ernst Paul Buring tobacconist Fullarton Memorial 101/491

No 1

BURING/BÜRING, TG Hermann clerk Seppeltsfield 1868 Memorial 106/233

BURING/BÜRING, Theodor Gustav Hermann grocer Adelaide 1884 Memorial 62/355

BURK, Matthias farmer near Kapunda 1854[-1866] Memorial 166/76

BURKBY, William labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 11/34

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

BURKE, Francis plasterer Robe 1867 Memorial 21/223

BURKE, Francis yeoman Newenham on the Torrens 1869 Memorial 102/270

BURKE, George Herbert tram conductor Prospect 1920 Application 26860

No 1 – Henry Burke and Catherine nee McCarthy

BURKE, Henry contractor Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 225 County Manchester

BURKE, Catherine married woman Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 227 County Manchester

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BURKE, James farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 102/43.

BURKE, James farmer Alma Plains, became a bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 42/261

No 1 – James Michael Burke

BURKE, James farmer Hammond 1885 Memorial 50/371

BURKE, James labourer Hammond Hammond township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 736 County Frome

BURKE, James farmer Hundred of Coonatto 1892 Memorial 178/413

BURKE, James Michael and John farmers Hundred of Coonatto 1892[-1897] Memorial 14/416

BURKE, James Michael farmer Coonatto linked with Jane Burke married woman Moockra 1910 Memorial 86/463

No 1

BURKE, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1857[-1869] Memorial 233/130

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

BURKE, John fireman Le Levre Peninsula 1862 Memorial 224/186

BURKE, John waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1867 Memorial 161/222

No 3 - perhaps the same person

BURKE, John contractor Undalya 1898 Application 23694

BURKE, John farmer Kapunda 1904 Application 24729

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

BURKE, John, Matthew and Michael farmers near Kapunda 1895 Memorial 241/424

BURKE, John and Michael both farmers Bagot Well 1929 Memorial 82/502

BURKE, John Patrick clerk Long St, Queenstown and Lily Gertrude Burke his wife formerly LG EARLS of Callington spinster. Links with Edward Leo labourer Callington 1923 Memorial 71/488

BURKE, Matthew farmer Light River 1875 Memorial 173/279

No 1

BURKE, Michael carter North Adelaide 1875 Memorial 191/280

No 2

BURKE, Michael farmer Eden Valley 1878 Memorial 208/308

No 3

BURKE, Michael miner Lobethal 1882 Memorial 147/339

No 1

BURKE, Patrick publican Little Para 7 year lease at £1/3/- a week for the Wodehouse Arms Inn. James WALSH brewer Adelaide owned the hotel 1851 Memorial 174/29

BURKE, Patrick publican Adelaide 1851 Memorial 6/38.

No 2

BURKE, Patrick farmer East Torrens 1856 Memorial 6/97

No 3

BURKE, Patrick butcher Kapunda 1858 Memorial 45s/136

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

No 1

BURKE, Thomas of Hammond 1881 Memorial 166/337

No 2

BURKE, Thomas farmer Hundred of Fox 1887 Memorial 135/386

No 3

BURKE, Thomas labourer Pt Lincoln 1923[-1924] Memorial 59/490

BURKE, Thomas labourer Pt Lincoln 1924 Memorial 59/490

BURKE, Thomas Tom Lake Fox via Newdgate 1930 Application 27725

BURKE, Tobias farmer Kapunda 1854[-1875] Memorial 451/61

No 1

BURKETT, James wood splitter Norwood 1855[-1857] Memorial 60/88

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BURKETT, James farmer Macclesfield 1885 Memorial 134/370

BURKETT, James farmer near Macclesfield, died 21/5/1887 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Frances Burkett, to settle his estate Memorial 29/391

Richard Burkett farmer Strathalbyn and William Burkett farmer near Macclesfield also members of this family 1888 Memorial 146/391

No 1

BURKETT, Richard farmer Strathalbyn linked with William Burkett farmer near Macclesfield and Frances Burkett widow near Macclesfield 1888[- 1893] Memorial 146/391

BURKETT, Richard and William farmers Strathalbyn 1907 Memorial 179/456

BURKETT, Richard formerly farmer Strathalbyn but now contractor Maylands WA 1930 Memorial 123/503

BURKETT, Richard contractor 41 Tenth Ave, Maylands WA, died 4/5/1940. Husband of Catherine Burkett. Father of May Elizabeth TYLER married woman. William Thomas Burkett of Kalgoorlie also mentioned Memorial 42/515

BURKETT, William retired farmer Strathalbyn, died 17/9/1929. Brother of Richard Burkett, Alice Fanny WAKEFIELD and Mary Elizabeth ALLAN Memorial 163/502

No 1

BURKHILL, Joshua farmer Mt Torrens 1860 Application 1112

No 1

BURKHILL, Joshua farmer near Mt Burr Hundred of Young land grant 1869 Grant Book 30 Page 133 County Grey

BURKHILL, Joshua farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1876[-1882] Grant Book 31 Page 222 County Grey

BURKHILL, Joshua farmer Mayurra trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1875 Grant Book 31 Page 231 County Grey

BURKHILL, Joshua farmer Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 229 County Grey

BURKITT, ES manager Bank of Adelaide Gawler 1867 Memorial 145/224

BURKITT, ES bank manager Kingston S-E 1870[-1871] Memorial 224/244

BURKITT, Edwin Sawtell gentleman Kingston S-E 1875 Memorial 137/286

BURKITT, Edwin Sawtell gentleman formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 193/301

BURKITT, Edwin Sawtell manager of the Bank of Adelaide formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Adelaide 1878 Memorial 151/312

BURKITT, William Christopher sheep farmer Tingatingana Station 1881[-1890] Memorial 128/332

BURLEIGH, William shepherd FS Dutton's Bald Hill Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

BURLEY, Daniel mason North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 352/23

No 1

BURLEY, John gold digger Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 35/42.

BURLEY, John carpenter Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 132/58 Farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 404/58

BURLEY, John carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Section 1586 Hundred of Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 180/125

No 1

BURLEY, John Robert butcher Hawker. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1885 Grant Book 5 Page 30 County Blachford

BURLEY, John Robert hawker Hawker 1886[-1887] Memorial 140/376

BURLEY, John Robert butcher formerly of Hawker but now of Broken Hill NSW 1890 Memorial 34/404

No 1

BURLEY, Richard police officer Adelaide (East Tce) 1852[-1858] Memorial 33/40

BURLEY, Richard sergeant of the foot police Adelaide (East Tce) 1856[-1857] Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant Memorial 486/99

BURLEY, Richard farmer Little Mount Farm Section 1856 near Nairne 1859 Application 272

BURLEY, Richard farmer near Harrogate Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1873 Grant Book 58 Page 60 County Sturt

BURLEY, Richard farmer Harrogate Co Sturt. Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 576 County Frome

BURLEY, Richard farmer Willowie linked with William Henry Burley farmer Pinda 1882 Memorial 25/344

BURLEY, Richard Campbell labourer Adelaide (East Tce) 1850 Memorial 493/21

No 1

BURLEY, Robert farmer Basham Farm in the Meadows Special Survey 1843[-1854] Had a link with the STANFORD family who also lived on the farm Memorial 13/79

BURLEY, Robert farmer The Meadows 1850[-1855]. He had died by 1865, leaving his widow, Susannah Burley, to finalise his estate Memorials 444/25, 45/213

BURLEY, Robert farmer Basham Farm Meadows Special Survey 1862 Application 3653

No 1

BURLEY, William farmer Meadows linked with Susannah Burley widow Meadows 1866 Memorial 202/211

BURLEY, William miller The Meadows, became a bankrupt in 1869. One of his assets was a wood and iron store on Crown land at the Jupiter Creek Diggings which he underleased from George ELLIS of the Meadows for 3/6 a week Memorial 158/242

BURLEY, William publican Bridge Hotel Langhorne Creek 1878 Memorial 222/305

BURLEY, William licensed victualler Adelaide (Currie St) 1883 Memorial 107/355

No 1

BURLS, Charles Greenaway farmer Onkaparinga River 1858 Memorial 202/136

BURLS, Charles Greenway milkman Woodville 1881 Memorial 211/330

BURLT, John of Dalkey 1880 Memorial 26/326

No 1

BURMAN, Clifton motor painter 6 Bridge St, Kensington 1952 Memorial 67/527

BURMAN, Clifton motor painter 6 Bridge St, Kensington, died 20/6/1955 Adelaide. Husband of Ruby Olive Burman Memorial 152/530

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BURMAN, Mortimer carpenter Kensington 1851[-1863] Memorial 38/31

In partnership with Robert Marshall brickmaker Kensington for the purchase of allotments in Norwood 1852 Memorial 69/46

BURMAN, Mortimer storekeeper Kensington 1860 Memorial 257/167

BURMAN, Mortimer the Elder and Younger carpenters Kensington 1874 Memorial 247/271

BURMAN, Mortimer news agent Kensington 1875 Memorial 34/283

BURMAN, Mortimer the Younger newsagent Kensington 1876[-1881] Memorial 3/292

BURMAN, Mortimer carpenter Kensington 1885 Memorial 2012/367

No 1

BURMAN, Peter died Adelaide c1842 intestate. His eldest brother, James Watson Burman of Dundee, Co Forfar, Scotland, inherited section 112 near Adelaide, as heir at law 1842 Memorial 392/2

BURMAN, Peter lately residing with Nicholas FOOTE Esquire in the Valley of the Sturt, died c1841 intestate. His estate fell to his eldest brother and heir at law, James Watson Burman engineer Dundee, Co Forfar, Scotland. They were the sons of the late James Burman formerly farmer Newtyle, Co Forfar, and his wife, Cecilia Burman nee CLARK still of Newtyle Memorial 211/100

BURMAN, Peter of Adelaide, died December 1840 intestate and a bachelor. His eldest brother, James Watson BURMAN engineer Dundee, Co Forfar, Scotland, inherited as heir at law. He appointed James NICHOLSON storekeeper Adelaide, to sell the SA real estate in his brother’s ownership. He owned Pt Section 112 Survey B, of 40 acres Deposit 229/1856

BURMAN, Walter carpenter Kensington 1885 Application 20629

BURMEISTER, Christian Heinrich wine and spirit merchant Adelaide (Freeman St) 1856 Memorial 288/97

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BURMEISTER, Heinrich Wilhelm bricklayer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 96/20

BURMEISTER, Heinrich Wilhelm yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 276/49

BURMEISTER, Heinrich Wilhelm mason Adelaide 1859 Memorial 336/156

BURN, Charles miner Adelaide 1849[-1855] Memorial 89/14

No 1

BURN, Francis farmer Stanley Flat near Clare 1872 Memorial 236/257

BURN, Francis farmer formerly of Stanley Flat near Clare 1872 but now of Koolunga 1877 Application 15709

BURN, Henry accountant Mundoo Island 1858 Memorial 17/141

BURN, John farmer Hectorville 1866 Application 8046

BURN, William miner near Moonta 1867 Memorial 159/218

No 1

BURNARD, John Peters labourer Plympton, son of Robert Burnard painter Plympton 1868 Application 9375

BURNARD, John Peters labourer Plympton 1868 Application 9122

No 1 - the Elder

BURNARD, Robert labourer Adelaide 1842[-1849] Memorial 84/272

BURNARD, Robert farmer Plympton. Plympton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee [not clear whether E or Y] 1853[-1856] Memorial 470/53

BURNARD, Robert the Elder gentleman Adelaide (Whitmore Tce, Gilbert St) 1875 Memorial 120/283

No 2 - the Younger

BURNARD, Robert painter Plympton 1848 Memorial 203/12

BURNARD, Robert painter Plympton/Edwardstown ??? 1851 Application 28005

BURNARD, Robert painter formerly of Plympton but now of Adelaide 1875. Linked with Sophia Jane Burnard widow Plympton Application 14240

BURNARD, Robert the Younger painter Adelaide, died c1874. He left annuities for life to his father, Robert Burnard the Elder and the testator's servant, Charlotte LAITY. The rest of the estate in trust for life to the testator's sister, Jane Chapman TAYLOR, wife of James Taylor gentleman Adelaide, then equally, absolutely, in remainder expectant to Mrs Taylor's children Memorial 157/276

BURNARD, Elizabeth widow Higher Plympton relict of the late Robert Burnard no description. Richard T Burnard mentioned but not described 1877 Memorial 150/302

BURNARD, William Henry Esquire Boyle St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to John Michael SKIPPER solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/7/1849 Deposit 123/OA

BURNE, Mary Ann widow Norwood 1876 Memorial 91/289

No 1

BURNE, Richard draper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 481/88

BURNE, Richard warehouseman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 35/236

BURNE, Richard of Charles St, Norwood, died 1874. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Burne Memorial 26/279

BURNELL, A wool scourer Adam St, Hindmarsh 1904 Application 24820

BURNELL, George fellmonger Hindmarsh 1867. Linked with John Burnell fellmonger Hindmarsh 1851 Application 8769

BURNELL, George woolstapler Hindmarsh 1880 Application 18079

BURNELL, George woolscourer Hindmarsh 1893 Memorial 168/418

No 1

BURNELL, John fellmonger Hindmarsh 1851[-1857] Memorial 249/30

BURNELL, John of Hindmarsh 1859 Application 485

BURNELL, John fellmonger Hindmarsh 1862 Application 2995

BURNELL, John wool sorter married Grace CLAPHAM 26/2/1827 Guiseley parish church, Yorks, England. Four children - George and James, Esther and Emma spinsters Hindmarsh 1867 - born at Guiseley. The family emigrated to SA, settling at Hindmarsh. Grace Burnell died at sea, on Sunday 2/6/1849. John Burnell fellmonger died 12/7/1863 Hindmarsh intestate. His eldest son, George Burnell, inherited as heir at law (born 1838 Guisely) Application 8769

No 1

BURNELL, Joseph farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 313 County Fergusson

BURNELL, Joseph farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 426 County Daly

No 1

BURNES, Edward carpenter Gawler 1842 Memorial 139/127

BURNES, Edward yeoman Gawler 1845 Memorial 205/5

BURNES, James farmer Currency Creek 1866 Application 7166

BURNES, Lindsay Hurcomb carpenter South Richmond 1926 Application 27482

No 1

BURNET, Charles stockholder Walkerville 1857 Memorial 51/118

BURNET, Charles stockholder Light River 1857[-1863] Memorial 2/191

BURNET, Charles stockowner Lower Light 1858[-1869] Memorial 16/148

BURNET, Charles stockholder Pt Gawler 1859[-1861] Memorial 146/150

BURNET, Charles farmer Lower Light. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1864 Grant Book 26 Page 334 County Gawler

BURNET, Charles sheep farmer Pt Gawler 1866 Memorial 90/211

BURNET, Charles formerly stockholder Lower Light but then labourer Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 247/250

No 1 - Son of Charles Burnet and Elizabeth nee Day

BURNET, HC of Adelaide 1870[-1893] Memorial 46/250

BURNET, Henry C clerk to Messrs Richard B ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1873[-1880] Memorial 16/271

BURNET, Henry C clerk to Messrs MILDRED & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1878 Memorial 55/308

BURNET, HC clerk to Alfred BONNIN solicitor Adelaide 1882[-1884] Memorial 127/337

BURNET, HC clerk to Messrs BONNIN & ROWE solicitors Adelaide 1887[-1888] Memorial 250/386

BURNET, HC clerk to Messrs BONNIN, O'HALLORAN & GILES solicitors Adelaide 1890 Memorial 189/405

BURNET, HC clerk to Mark ATTENBOROUGH solicitor Adelaide 1891 Application 28101

BURNET, Henry Charles managing law clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 201/422

BURNETT, A possibly drew up lease plans for the Co-operative Building Society of SA Building pt Town Acre 141, facing King William St, Adelaide (CT 697/196) 1919 Deposit 35/1919

BURNETT, Edward Haydon clerk in holy orders Mitcham 1853[-1855] Memorial 118/52

No 1

BURNETT, George blacksmith Salisbury 1869 Application 10187

BURNETT, George Secretary to the West Torrens Building Society 1874 Memorial 77/273

BURNETT, George blacksmith Salisbury and Susan Loveday Burnett his wife 1875 Memorial 245/284

BURNETT, George farmer Dry Creek 1875 Memorial 8/284

BURNETT, George farmer Dry Creek linked with SL Burnett of Salisbury 1876 Memorial 6/289

BURNETT, George farmer Dry Creek near Salisbury and Susan Loveday Burnett his wife 1882 Memorial 159/340

BURNETT, George farmer near Salisbury 1883 Memorial 111/347, Application 19670

BURNETT, George farmer formerly of near Salisbury but now of Montague Farms Dry Creek 1883 Application 19769

BURNETT, George farmer Burnfield House, Dry Creek 1885[-1888] Memorial 232/367

No 2

BURNETT, George painter Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 20 County Adelaide

No 1

BURNETT, Harry clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1877 Memorial 129/301

BURNETT, Henry C clerk to Messrs ANDRREWS & BONNIN solcitors Adelaide 1878[-1883] Memorial 91/312

BURNETT, HC clerk Adelaide 1888 Memorial 115/389

BURNETT, Henry Charles formerly managing law clerk but now land agent Adelaide 1901 Application 24289

BURNETT, Henry Charles formerly managing law clerk to Alfred BONNIN solicitor Adelaide 1889-1891, but now Assistant Staff Valuer Federal Land Tax Department Adelaide 1916 Application 26500

BURNETT, Herbert stockholder Currency Creek 1882 Memorial 212/342

No 1

BURNETT, James yeoman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 7/42.

BURNETT, James yeoman Pine Forest near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 12/56

BURNETT, James formerly yeoman Adelaide 1852 but now farmer Enfield 1870. He could not write Application 11170

BURNETT, James farmer Ardrossan 1888 Memorial 158/389

No 1

BURNETT, John farmer near Stirling 1864 Memorial 175/195

BURNETT, John farmer Stirling East 1875 Memorial 236/282

No 2

BURNETT, John saddler Adelaide 1853[-1875] Memorial 499/53

BURNETT, John saddler Adelaide (King William St) 1868. Enrolment 41/49

BURNETT, John saddler Adelaide took over the lease of the late HH BICKFORD's saddlery premises No 20 Hindley St, Adelaide in 1879 Memorial 237/317

BURNETT, Richard James mason Stirling East 1871[-1879] Memorial 234/250

No 1

BURNETT, William farmer Ardrossan 1885 Memorial 212/363

No 2

BURNETT, William motor mechanic Pt Elliot 1944 Memorial 119/518

BURNS, Albert Gordon Secretary City Motors Pty Ltd, 212 Pulteney St, Adelaide 1953. The firm had a branch office in London St, Pt Lincoln Application 28936

BURNS, Alfred shepherd Gilbert River 1856[-1861] Memorial 361/97

BURNS, Arthur Graham farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1926 1925Grant Book 12 Page 13 County Chandos

BURNS, Charles miner Thebarton 1854[-1857] Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 446/78

BURNS, Christopher of South Broken Hill NSW a visitor to Moonta Mines 1909 Memorial 238/461

BURNS, David mariner Prince St, Solomontown 1926 Application 27441

No 1

BURNS, Edward victualler Gawler 1843 Memorial 296/5

BURNS, Edward carpenter Gawler 1845 Memorial 346/5

BURNS, Edward carpenter Gawler 1846[-1857] Memorial 51/6

No 2

BURNS, Edward labourer Macclesfield 1947 Memorial 116/521

BURNS, Ellen widow Pt Augusta 1864 Application 5696

BURNS, Frank farmer Clare. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 183 County Stanley

No 1

BURNS, Fred J P of Kingston S-E 1902 Memorial 125/447

BURNS, Frederick chemist Kingston S-E 1918[-1926] Memorial 31/477

BURNS, George labourer Gosford Cottage, Goodwood 1868 Application 9168

BURNS, Herbert Charles builder Braund Rd, Prospect linked with William Arthur Burns salesman 23 Braund Rd, Prospect 1924 Memorial 169/489

BURNS, James Richard labourer Ballarat Vic eldest son of the late John Burns formerly storekeeper Gawler but now deceased 1863 Memorial 171/192

No 1

BURNS[also spelt BYRNES], John (lformerly of Dundalk, Co Louth, Ireland) and Isabella HOGG (formerly of Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland) but then both of Nairne SA at the time of their marriage m 15/12/1840 Adelaide by the Rev’d CB Howard. The Burns family shifted to Gawler, where John Burns became a storekeeper (apparently a stockkeeper when first in Gawler). He bought land in Tod St, Gawler, from Edward Burns carpenter Gawler in 1843. Three children of the marriage - James Richard Burns (born 25/10/1842 Adelaide and baptised in a Roman Catholic ceremony), John Burns the Younger [birth date unregistered], and Ellen Burns [born 22/8/1845 Gawler]. John Burns the Elder died 29/7/1848 Gawler intestate [death date unregistered]. His eldest son, James Burns inherited his estate as heir at law. Isabella Burns later remarried to a Richard PROCTOR, who was a miner at Ballarat in 1863, when she made her declaration. James Richard Burns was a labourer at Ballarat in 1863. Application 6056 No 2

BURNS, John yeoman Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 36/58

No 2

BURNS, John labourer Hectorville 1858 Memorial 2/144

BURNS, John gardener Hectorville 1866 Memorial 67/217

BURNS, John gardener Hectorville 1903 Memorial 36/448

BURNS, John gardener Hectorville, died 25/6/1906. He possessed Allotments 51-53 Hectorville, originally intended as a reserve for a Protestant Church Application 25324

No 3

BURNS, John carpenter Mt Gambier 1855[-1859] Memorial 332/150

No 4

BURNS, John teamster Leasingham 1858[-1862] Memorial 79/134

BURNS, John farmer Auburn Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 121 County Stanley

BURNS, John farmer Auburn 1861. He could not write Application 2164

No 5

BURNS, John farmer Callington Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 122 County Sturt

No 6

BURNS, John wharfinger Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 83/246

BURNS, John mariner Pt Adelaide and Ann Burns his wife 1873 Application 13078

BURNS, John wharfinger Glanville 1881, married the widow Ann HANNAY, perhaps c1839. John Burns died 25/7/1881. Ann Burns died 31/1/1900 Glanville, of senile decay, aged 89. She left a son by her first marriage, John Herbert Hannay blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1902. Ellen Burns Thomson Hannay spinster Glanville likely to have been John Hannay's daughter. Her step-grandfather left her his wooden home in Glanville, following the death of her grandmother, Ann Burns Application 24475

BURNS, John Abraham Bible Christian minister Adelaide Co Adelaide. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 313 County Victoria

BURNS, John Middleton linked with Samuel Watt Burns both farmers Woodside 1928 Memorials 144 & 145/499

BURNS, John Joseph clerk Portland Estate and Elizabeth Burns his wife 1910 Application 25746

BURNS, John Owen labourer Bull Creek 1928 Memorial 47/500

BURNS, John William of Hindmarsh sold Allotment 113 in Howard St to John SULLIVAN [No record of JW Burns having purchased the land]1850 Application 23390

BURNS, Joseph Henry tailor Adelaide (Hindley St) 1882[-1883] Memorial 193/344

No 1

BURNS, Michael farmer Bay Road 1855 Memorial 8/94

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BURNS, Michael farmer Hundred of South Rhine 1856 Memorial 132/112

BURNS, Michael farmer One Tree Hill near Mt Pleasant 1866 Memorial 151/216

No 2

BURNS, Michael the Younger farmer Pekina Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 746 County Frome

No 1

BURNS, Patrick labourer Yatala village 1868 Memorial 47/246

BURNS, Patrick labourer Yatala 1870 Application 10665

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BURNS, Patrick labourer North Adelaide, died 7/2/1886. Father of Elizabeth WALLACE. Grandfather of Catherine SMITH wife of Michael Smith of North Adelaide Memorial 82/375

No 3

BURNS, Patrick farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 173 County Dalhousie

No 4

BURNS, Patrick manager Sturt St, St Leonards and Jane Burns his wife 1948 Application 28632

BURNS, Peter farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 78 County Dalhousie

No 1

BURNS, Prussia labourer North Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 32/29

BURNS, Prussia labourer Vic 1855 Memorial 227/91

BURNS, Prussia formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic. Husband of Julia Burns 1855 Memorial 176/91

BURNS, Prussia farmer Thebarton and Johanna Burns his wife 1857 Memorial 346/119

No 1

BURNS, Robert farmer Chain of Ponds linked with David CALDERWOOD and George ROBERTSON farmers Chain of Ponds 1845 Memorial 240/5

BURNS, Robert farmer Chain of Ponds 1846[-1865] Memorial 24/6

BURNS, Robert Henry farmer Milang 1953 Memorial 46/528

No 1

BURNS, Samuel blacksmith Kooringa. Kooringa Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Memorial 5/383

BURNS, Samuel blacksmith Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

BURNS, Samuel blacksmith Kooringa 1902[-1906] Memorial 104/446

BURNS, Samuel blacksmith Kooringa, died 4/6/1916. Husband of Edith Burns. Father of Norman Merrick Burns coachbuilder Kooringa Memorial 133/487

BURNS, Stanley Wallace engine driver Cottage 356 Tailem Bend, aged 43 years in 1962, declared that he had always lived in the area, except between 1946-1951 Application 29465

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BURNS, William bootmaker Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 78/30

BURNS, William bootmaker Kent Town 1855[-1859] Memorial 450/92

No 2

BURNS, William farmer Hundred of Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 477 County Daly

No 3

BURNS, William farmer Narridy trustee Institute Narridy Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 487 County Victoria

No 4

BURNS, William farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Oladdie land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

BURNS, William farmer near Gawler 1917[-1921] Memorial 185/475

BURNS, WM clerk Land and Income Tax Department Adelaide 1904 Memorial 52/452

BURON, Ferdinand linked with Section 158w Hundred of Bundey Co Burra 1885 Memorial 2/372

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BUROW, Carl farmer Hundred of Bright 1890 Memorial 109/403

BUROW, Carl Friedrich Theodor farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 121 County Chandos

No 1

BURPEE, Frederick Crosby formerly farmer Clarendon but now butcher Brighton 1929[-1930] Memorial 186/500

BURPEE, Frederick Crosby butcher formerly of Clarendon but then of Brighton, died 23/10/1930. Executor; William Benjamin retired secretary formerly of Clarendon but now of Hyde Park Memorial 79/504

BURPEE, Frederick Crosby butcher formerly of Clarendon late of Brighton, died 23/10/1930. His wife called Sarah Ann Burpee who inherited his personal estate and had a life interest in his real estate then to his two sons in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant - Alfred Mitchell Burpee and Clarence Frederick Burpee. William Benjamin Burpee retired secretary formerly of Clarendon now of Hyde Park was the sole trustee. Estate worth £1,130/17/3 Application 28237

No 1

BURR, Mr Lands Office draftsman Adelaide 1840 Grant Book 0 Page 3 County Unnamed

BURR, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 330/18

BURR, Thomas Esquire Grove Cottage Co Adelaide 1850 Memorial 271/23

BURR, Thomas of Grove Cottage Hundred of Adelaide Co Adelaide 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 236 County Adelaide

BURRAGE, Charlotte Dalmahoy widow formerly of 69 Alexandra Ave, Toorak but now of 17 Hargrave St, Semaphore 1959 Application 29356.

No 1

BURRAGE, William labourer Adelaide 1839 Stockkeeper Tam O'Shanter Land 1843 Application 17463

BURRAGE, William farmer Islington 1849[-1878] Memorial 236/17

BURRAGE, William stockkeeper Islington 1856 Memorial 297/100

BURRAGE, William stockholder Pt Gawler 1859[-1861] Memorial 346/153

BURRAGE, William farmer Prospect 1868 Application 9427

BURRAGE, William farmer Lower North Road near Islington 1877 Memorial 34/302

BURRAGE, William dairyman Islington 1880 Memorial 229/323

BURRAGE, William farmer Islington 1881 Application 18782

BURRAGE, William dairyman Islington 1883 Application 19870

No 2

BURRAGE, William of Palmerston in the Northern Territory 1877 Memorial 115/299

BURRELL, George wool scourer Hindmarsh 1893 Memorial 168/418

BURRIDGE, Isaac farmer Reedbeds 1856 Memorial 278/105

No 1

BURRIDGE, William farmer Gilbert River 1864 Memorial 267/198

BURRIDGE, William farmer of the Gilbert near Riverton 1864 Application 10292

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BURROW, John stockholder Willunga 1853 Memorial 334/59

BURROW, John farmer Millbank 1867 Memorial 184/221

BURROW, John farmer Millbank near Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 198/240

BURROW, Richard tram car driver Kensington 1880 Application 18017

BURROWES, Charles labourer Willaston 1906 Application 25198

BURROWS, Frederick sawyer Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrrega land grant 1900 Grant Book 7 Page 49 County Buckingham

BURROWS, Jack miner Kooringa 1881 Memorial 236/332

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BURROWS, Jacob miner Kooringa 1877[-1881] Memorial 39/300

BURROWS, Jacob minister of the gospel Kooringa 1898 Memorial 213/436

BURROWS, Jacob agent Broken Hill NSW 1902 Memorial 83/447

No 1

BURROWS, Jane married woman Mark Lane no further description, bought crown land land in the Light River Special Survey and the township of Victoria near Kapunda during 1842. A widow of Trumpington, Co Cambridge, she died c1852, leaving her estate in trust with John Burrows Esquire St Augustine's Vicarage, Haggerston, Middlesex, England, for probate 1893 Application 22445

BURROWS, Jane widow Trumpington, Co Cambridge, England, revoked a power of attorney of August 1840 to George MORPHETT to manage her SA affairs. New power of attorney to William Snell CHAUNCEY civil engineer and Thompson Scott PAGE land agent both of Adelaide 26/12/1851 Deposit 67/OA.

No 1

BURROWS, John James farmer Riverton and Mary Burrows his wife 1948 Memorial 172/522

BURROWS, John James farmer Riverton, died 8/4/1952. Husband of Mary Burrows Memorial 150/529

BURROWS, Joseph labourer Melrose 1895 Memorial 187/425

No 1

BURROWS, Nicholas sawyer Bowden 1851 Memorial 441/29

BURROWS, Nicholas labourer Bowden 1855 Memorial 175/88

BURROWS, Thomas famer Gawler Plains 1853[-1856] Memorial 6/52 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1855 Memorial 430/93

BURROWS, WF clerk of the local court Pt Wakefield 1876 Memorial 7/288

BURROWS, William labourer Willaston 1859[-1865] Memorial 139/154

BURROWS, William Francis auctioneer Penola 1860[-1862] Memorial 217/166

No 1

BURROWS, William Frederick labourer Willaston near Gawler, died 27/9/1898. Father of Emily Sligh Burrows spinster Willaston, who died 12/8/1928. Herbert Henry Harry Burrows blacksmith Thebarton 1942 mentioned Memorials 32 & 47/516 & RPA Search 1274

BURROWS, Emily Sligh spinster Willaston, died 12/8/1928. Estate administrator; Herbert Henry Harry Burrows blacksmith Thebarton Memorial 180/500

No 1

BURROWS, William Henry farmer near Eudunda 1899 Memorial 202/437

BURROWS, William Henry farmer Eudunda Hundred of English land grant 1901 Grant Book 17 Page 175 County Eyre

BURSLEM, Mr Lands Office draftsman Adelaide 1839[-1840] Grant Book 0 Page 1 County Unnamed

No 1

BURSTON, Daniel farmer Saddleworth 1858[-1870] Memorial 196/144

BURSTON, Daniel formerly farmer Saddleworth but then old age pensioner Gladstone, died 2/1/1916 intestate Application 26743

No 1

BURSTON, William farmer Saddleworth 1859 Saddleworth Primitive Methodist trustee Memorial 176/160

No 2

BURSTON, William railway ganger Hookina 1897 Memorial 90/432

BURSTON, William formerly railway ganger Hookina but now district foreman Farina 1918 Memorial 50/477

No 1

BURT, Adam George Esquire Strathalbyn 1846 Memorial 38/7

BURT, Adam George gentleman Milbank near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 255/8

BURT, Adam George Esquire Adelaide, but now residing in Clapham Common, Surrey, England about to marry Emily FENN spinster Park Crescent, Stockwell, Surrey, England. Both parties contributed £700 to be placed in trust with Messrs Palmer, McKillop, Dent & Co, merchants, of King’s Arms Yard, London, for investment. The interest on the money to Emily Fenn for life, then to her husband for life; then the principle to their children equally absolutely in remainder expectant 27/10/1851. How was she related to Charles FENN solicitor Adelaide? Trustees George HAMILTON Esquire Coromandel Valley; Charles FENN barrister Adelaide; John HALLETT Esquire Adelaide Deposit 101/1863

BURT, Adam George Esquire South Road 1860 Memorial 76/162

BURT, Adam George gentleman Adelaide and Emily Burt his wife 1865 Memorial 86/206

No 1

BURT, Arthur James Primitive Methodist Minister of the Gospel Parkside 1898 Application 23656

BURT, Arthur James minister of the gospel Parkside linked with E Burt of Young St, Parkside 1898 Memorial 242/435

BURT, Arthur James of Parkside 1899 Memorial 100/440

BURT, Arthur James Methodist minister Stirling East 1904 Memorial 44/451

BURT, Arthur James Methodist minister formerly of Parkside but now of Parkes NSW 1913 Memorial 46/469

No 1

BURT, Charles farmer near Clare 1863[-1875] Memorial 88/192

BURT, Charles formerly farmer near Clare now deceased linked with Thomas Burt farmer Cradock 1886 Memorial 172/374

BURT, Edwin farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1912[-1913] Grant Book 14 Page 144 County Daly

No 1

BURT, Francis George of the Roper River Northern Territory of SA 1898 Memorial 176/436

BURT, Francis George clerk Darwin NT 1902 Memorial 109/480

No 1

BURT, George labourer South Richmond 1847 Memorial 378/9

BURT, George farmer The Para 1853 Linked with Ann Burt widow The Para Memorial 248/62

BURT, George and Michael farmers Munno Para 1855[-1857] Memorial 371/92

BURT, George & Michael farmers Little Para 1856 Memorial 112/97

BURT, George and Michael farmers The Para 1856 Memorial 292/98

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BURT, George farmer Wirreanda 1887 Memorial 71/382

No 1

BURT, James blacksmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 25/39.

BURT, James yeoman Nairne 1853[-1854] Memorial 40/52

BURT, James farmer Nairne 1854[-1861] Memorial 409/73

BURT, James fellmonger Nairne 1855[-1856] Memorial 77/82

BURT, James tanner Nairne 1855 Memorial 1/91

BURT, James miner near Moonta 1877 Memorial 9/301

BURT, James and Ann Burt married at Fromfield parish church, Sussex, England. They had emigrated to SA by 1841, with at least two children - George the eldest child, and Michael Burt. James Burt labourer South Richmond, died intestate 19/1/1845. By 1853, George Burt was a farmer on the Para. His widowed mother lived with him. She had died by Dec 1866, when George Burt was a farmer at Lower Light, near Two Wells. Application 7771

BURT, James Price 51 bachelor miner Adelaide (Father; George Burt) born Pt Gawler married Jane Eleanor LEE 50 widow home duties Salisbury (Born London, England; Father Charles Stevens) on 27/1/1915 at St John's Adelaide. Witnesses; EA RICHARDS builder Westbourne Park and J PHILLIPS home duties Salisbury Memorial 71/473

BURT, Jane Eleanor married woman Salisbury 1941 Application 28285

BURT, John labourer Bowden 1867 Application 8804

No 1

BURT, Michael farmer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 329/116

BURT, Michael farmer Salisbury 1858 Application 114

BURT, Richard mason Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 414/61

BURT, Robert labourer Hindmarsh 1856[-1857] Hindmarsh District Building Society member Memorial 320/102

Hundred of Noarlunga land grant 1856 Memorial 327/116

BURT, Samuel farmer Dalkey Owen township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 27 Page 443 County Gawler

No 1

BURT, Simeon farmer Hundred of Alma trustee land for school purposes Hundred of Alma land grant 1873 Grant Book 26 Page 100 County Gawler

BURT, Simeon carter Pinkerton Plains Hundred of Alma land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 101 County Gawler

BURT, Simeon farmer Templers 1884 Memorial 139/360

No 1

BURT, Thomas labourer Penola 1866 Memorial 187/217

BURT, Thomas labourer Penola 1883 Application 19731

No 2

BURT, Thomas solicitor Moonta 1875 Memorial 76/288

No 3

BURT, Thomas farmer Uroonda 1890 Memorial 71/402

BURTON, Arthur undertaker's clerk Adelaide (Gouger St) 1898 Application 23549

BURTON, Arthur George farmer Pt Germein 1883[-1886] Memorial 95/353

No 1

BURTON, Charles cabinetmaker Adelaide and Sarah Burton his wife formerly Sarah EARLE spinster 1853 Memorial 298/56

BURTON, Charles gentleman Norwood and Sarah Burton his wife formerly Sarah Earle spinster 1857[-1860] Memorial 143/128

BURTON, Sarah widow Norwood linked with Charles Henry Burton bank manager Riverton, Thomas Martin Burton bank manager Caltowie, Richard Burton state school teacher Virginia and Alfred Burton bank clerk Adelaide 1888 Memorial 144/395

BURTON, Sarah widow Norwood linked with Charles Henry Burton, Thomas Martin Burton accountant Perth WA, Richard Burton state school teacher Redhill and Alfred Burton no description 1896 Memorials 204 & 228/428

No 2

BURTON, Charles labourer New Brighton 1880[-1883] Memorial 229/321

BURTON, Charles labourer New Brighton, died 9/9/1892 intestate. His widow, Jane Burton, died 23/6/1905. Parents of Charles James Burton labourer Brighton Memorial 188/453

BURTON, Charles labourer New Brighton, died 9/9/1892 intestate. Husband of Jane Burton who died 23/6/1905 intestate. Charles James Burton labourer New Brighton administered the estates. Other members of the family included; Jesse Charlton Burton labourer Brighton and Mark Ash Burrow Benker Burton labourer Brighton Memorials 125 & 126/456

BURTON, Charles labourer New Brighton, died 9/9/1892. His wife, Jane Burton, died 23/6/1905. They had a family of 10 children - Peter Francis Burton fisherman Seacliff died 22/4/1929, George Burton died before his father intestate and a bachelor, Margaret Ann Burton, John William Burton, Charles James Burton died 6/6/1913, Jesse Charlton Burton died 10/7/1928, Mark Ashby Burrow Bonker Burton labourer Seacliff, Albert Lunn Burton died 13/2/1916 a bachelor, Thomas Archibald Burton, and Mary Jane Burton spinster Brighton Application 28130

BURTON, Mary Jane spinster Brighton Rd, Seacliff 1946, a daughter of Charles Burton labourer New Brighton, who died 9/9/1892 Application 28456

No 3

BURTON, Charles accountant Norwood 1879 Memorial 125/315

BURTON, Sarah widow of Charles Burton gentleman Elizabeth St, Norwood, died 23/12/1909 Cambridge Tce, Unley. She left all her real and personal estate to her son, Richard Burton schoolteacher formerly 1895 Redhill then by 1906 Yongala now by 1910 Willunga. Value of the estate £650. Charles Henry Burton, Thomas Martin Burton and Alfred Burton also mentioned in other documents to do with the real estate, but not mentioned in the will Application 25791

No 1 - probably the same person

BURTON, Charles H[enry] licensed land broker Adelaide 1866 Memorial 11/215

BURTON, Charles H bank manager Mintaro 1878 Memorial 244/305

BURTON, Charles Henry bank manager Wilmington trustee Institute Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

BURTON, CH bank manager Wilmington 1885[-1886] Memorial 55/369

BURTON, CH bank manager Kadina 1893[-1894] Memorial 100/416

No 1

BURTON, Charles James, Jesse Charlton Burton and Mark Ash Burrow Bonker Burton labourers Brighton 1912 Memorial 162/467

BURTON, Charles James labourer Brighton, died 6/1/1913. Executor; Mark Ashby Burton agricultural labourer Brighton (also known as Mark Ash Burrow Bonker Burton). Also linked with Jesse Burton labourer Brighton and Nellie Burton his wife Memorials 123, 125/468

BURTON, Edmund clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1844 Memorial 74/46

No 1

BURTON, Francis Robert clerk of the local court Wallaroo 1878 Memorial 47/312

BURTON, Frank civil service clerk Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 21/293

BURTON, Francis Robert officer in HM civil service Pt Adelaide 1886 Memorial 67/378

BURTON, Francis Robert clerk of the Local Court of Adelaide, formerly of Pt Adelaide now of Adelaide 1897 Application 23381

BURTON, FR clerk of the local court Mt Barker 1898 Memorial 238/434

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BURTON, Frederick carpenter Bowden 1846 Memorial 468/22

BURTON, Frederick carpenter Mt Torrens 1878[-1885] Memorial 182/312

BURTON, Frederick carpenter Mt Torrens linked with Frederick Burton farmer Mt Torrens 1882 Application 19537

BURTON, Frederick George bottled ale and porter merchant Adelaide 1871 Memorial 18/252

No 1

BURTON, Frederick Robert solicitor Gawler Place, Adelaide 1841 Memorial 56/11

BURTON, Frederick solicitor Adelaide (Freeman St) 1842 Memorial 168/49

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BURTON, George married Mary nee ? on 29/2/1836 Roydon, Essex, England. The Burtons emigrated to SA. Of a family of 9 children, 7 were still born, 1 died in infancy. Emily Burton, born 6/8/1848 Regent St, Kensington, survived to marry William James WEBBER. George Burton labourer and sawyer Kensington, died 11/6/1853 stomach ulcer, aged 39 Application 17106

BURTON, George formerly labourer 1838 but now carpenter Adelaide 1839 Application 9886

BURTON, George sawyer Kensington 1848 Memorial 117/12

BURTON, George farmer Chain of Ponds 1854 Memorial 441/64

BURTON, George farmer Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 25/99

BURTON, George farmer Tungkillo 1866 Memorial 242/216

BURTON, George farmer Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876[-1880] Grant Book 60 Page 119 County Victoria

BURTON, George Frederick gentleman Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 354/59

No 1

BURTON, George Lawford farmer Linwood Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 681 County Frome

BURTON, George Lawford licensed victualler Pt Germein, died 24/6/1883. His entire estate to go into trust for sale. The proceeds to be invested for the benefit of his widow, Annie Maria Burton, during her widowhood, then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his children - Annie BARROW nee Burton, Arthur George Burton, William Burton, Alice Augusta Burton and Frederick Burton 1883 Memorial 45/353

BURTON, Harriet Muskerline Aust widow Echunga, died c1936. Mother of Clara Jane Burton and Lily Harriet Burton spinsters Echunga. William Burton mentioned but not described. Estate worth £160 Memorial 87/510

BURTON, Isaac Henry blacksmith and Joseph Charles Burton wheelwright both of Pt Elliot 1902 Memorial 74/447

No 1

BURTON, James clerk to Matthew SMITH solicitor Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1844 Memorial 433/3

No 2

BURTON, James mariner Glenelg 1853[-1862] Memorial 394/51

Loyal Temple of Peace Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 274/185

BURTON, James Edward stonemason Magill 1854[-1860] Memorial 258/68

No 1

BURTON, James Frederick clerk to Matthew SMITH solicitor Gawler Place, Adelaide 1845[-1848] Memorial 112/5

Solicitor King William St, Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 282/29

BURTON, James Frederick gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 93/58

BURTON, James William farmer Yatina trustee Yatina Hall committee 1922 Grant Book 13 Page 8 County Dalhousie

No 1

BURTON, Jesse Charlton labourer Brighton 1906 Memorial 126/456

BURTON, Jesse Charlton labourer Young St, Seacliff, died 10/7/1928 Memorial 150/500

BURTON, Mary Elizabeth born 12/7/1913 and Tom Charlton Burton born 19/6/1919, children of Nellie Burton widow Brighton 1938, and Jesse Charlton Burton who died 10/7/1928 Application 28124

BURTON, JH clerk to Matthew SMITH solicitor Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1848 Memorial 218/274

BURTON, JW of Gawler Place, Adelaide 1848 Memorial 446/11

No 1 - probably the same person

BURTON, John farmer near Kanmantoo 1868 Memorial 43/229

BURTON, John farmer Springfield near Kanmantoo 1868 Application 10485

BURTON, John farmer Echunga, died 7/7/1919 intestate. Husband of Harriet Muskerline Aust Burton. Father of William Burton farmer Echunga 1921 Memorial 47/483

BURTON, John farmer Echunga, died 7/7/1919 intestate. His widow called Harriet Muskerline Aust Burton, who died 15/8/1936. Children - Lydia WHITE, Ellen BAULDERSTONE, Lily Harriet BURTON, Alice May LEONARD, Clara Jane Burton and William Burton farmer Echunga 1919 Application 29193

No 2

BURTON, John farmer Yatina. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1875[-1884] Grant Book 13 Page 7 County Dalhousie

BURTON, John farmer Yatina.Trustee Cemetery Black Rock Plain 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

No 3

BURTON, John farmer Pt Pirie 1878 Memorial 141/312

No 4

BURTON, John ironmonger Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20059.

No 4

BURTON, John the Younger farmer Bowhill. Hundred of Roby land grant 1906 Grant Book 6 Page 2 County Buccleuch

BURTON, John Walter builder High St, Kensington 1877 Memorial 23/304

BURTON, Kenneth accountant Delamere Ave, Springfield (born at Goodwood Park) and Anne Ellen Burton his wife 1940 Memorial 157/514

No 1

BURTON, Leonard Samuel gentleman Saddleworth and Elizabeth Burton his wife 1852 Memorial 365/61

BURTON, Leonard Samuel teacher Gawler 1867[-1884] Memorial 163/498

BURTON, Leonard Samuel gentleman formerly of Saddleworth but now of Gawler 1868 Memorial 236/232

BURTON, Magdalene Young widow Wallaroo 1894 Memorial 18/423

No 1

BURTON, Mark Ash Burrow Bonker labourer Brighton 1912 Memorial 162/467

BURTON, Mark Ashby labourer Seacliff, died 11/2/1928. [Apparently changed his name from Mark Ash Burrow Bonker Burton] Brother to Margaret Ann Burton and Mary Jane Burton Memorial 48/499

BURTON, Mary spinster St Marys on the Sturt 1878 Memorial 87/312

BURTON, Mortimer builder Norwood 1853 Memorial 69/46

BURTON, Richard school teacher Willunga 1920 Application 26911

No 1

BURTON, Richard Francis surgeon North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 467/46

BURTON, Richard Francis surgeon The Sturt 1857[-1869] Memorial 36/120

BURTON, Richard Francis surgeon Brighton 1858 Memorial 209/139

BURTON, Richard Francis surgeon of the Marion Road near Adelaide 1859 Memorial 225/153

BURTON, Richard Francis surgeon Marion on the Sturt 1864 Memorial 231/196

BURTON, Mary born 10/6/1854 daughter of Richard Francis Burton surgeon near Marion and Louisa nee SOWDON Application 17130

BURTON, Richard Francis Doctor of Medicine The Sturt 1879 Application 17216

BURTON, Robert Charles surveyor Norwood 1877 Memorial 81/297

BURTON, Samuel gentleman Saddleworth 1852 Memorial 365/61

BURTON, Walter carrier Strathalbyn 1884 Memorial 172/355

No 1

BURTON, William gardener Walkerville 1844 Memorial 129/4

BURTON, William of Warwick St, Walkerville 1856 Memorial 41/106

BURTON, William gardener Warwick St, Walkerville 1894. He had lived in Walkerville for more than 50 years Application 22729

No 2 - perhaps the same person

BURTON, William shoemaker Adelaide (Halifax St) 1845[-1849] Memorial 65/5

BURTON, William farmer Echunga 1865 Memorial 211/206

BURTON, William shoemaker near Nairne 1881 Application 18155

No 1

BURTON, W clerk to M SMITH solicitor Adelaide (Gawler Place) Adelaide 1848 Memorial 32/319

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BURTON, WE solicitor Mt Gambier 1862[-1868] Memorial 292/182

BURTON, William Edward solicitor Mt Gambier 1864[-1874] Memorial 163/199, Application 27949

BURTON, William Henry builder Adelaide 1849 Memorial 355/17

BURTON, William Leonard bank manager Yankalilla 1896 Memorial 34/427

No 1

BURTT, Alfred P of Mt Searle [in the Far North of SA?] 1859 Memorial 232/157

BURTT, Alfred P mining captain Bonney Flat near Balhannah [probably for the Balhannah Mining Co] 1869 Memorials 209/241& 210/241

BURTT, Alfred Percy mining captain Bathurst NSW 1870 Memorial 211/262

BURTT, James fruiterer Adelaide leased portion of the YMCA Building on TA 106 for his business 1884 Memorial 133/362

BURTT, John farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1876[-1880] Grant Book 26 Page 230 County Gawler

BURTT, Thomas Cairns labourer Hergott Springs 1891 Memorial 159/411

BURTT, William labourer Adelaide 1838 formerly of Adelaide, now of Alexandra Vic 1873. He appointed Henry Alfred WOOD gentleman Adelaide, as his attorney to sell his SA real estate, John St Hindmarsh Application 13804

BURWELL, John fellmonger Hindmarsh 1859 Memorial 176/153

BURY, George carpenter Salisbury 1853 Memorial 5/54

No 1

BURY, John of Melbourne St, North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 66/92

No 2

BURY, John labourer Charlton Mine near Crystal Brook 1859 Memorial 80/154

No 3 - perhaps the same person

BURY, John storekeeper Aldinga 1860 Memorial 342/168

BURY, John gentleman Norwood perhaps linked with Jane Bury of George St, Norwood 1863 Memorial 267/188

BURY, John gentleman Norwood 1863 Application 3992

BURY, Joseph farmer Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 470/61

BURY, Mary widow Wilmington 1886 Application 21098

BURY, Richard carter Wilmington 1910 Memorial 132/462

No 1

BURY, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 410/58

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BURY, Thomas Eaton gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 91/76

BURY, Thomas Eaton merchant Adelaide 1860[-1868] Memorial 172/162

BURY, Thomas Eaton agent Adelaide (King William St) 1866 Memorial 179/216

BURY, Thomas Eaton ship broker Adelaide 1866 Memorial 142/221

BURY, Thomas Eaton commission agent Adelaide 1870 Memorial 142/250

BURY, Thomas Eaton agent Adelaide 1870 Application 11037

BURY, Thomas Eaton secretary to the Adelaide Glenelg and Suburban Railway Company Ltd 1873 Memorial 178/266

No 3

BURY, Thomas and JONES, Thomas Tolley storekeepers Aldinga 1861 Application 2499

BURZACOTT, Arthur Percival railway employe Adelaide changed his name to Arthur Percival TAY 1918 Memorial 78/477

BURZACOTT, Frederick pensioner Currency Creek, died 15/12/1958 Victor Harbor. Brother of Olive May SPENCER married woman Goolwa. Uncle of Richard James Spencer postal employe Goolwa Memorial 151/532

No 1

BURZACOTT, Samuel labourer Currency Creek 1870[-1874] Memorial 90/250, Application 14020

BURZACOTT, Samuel out of business Currency Creek, died 17/12/1924 intestate and a widower. Father of Frederick Burzacott farmer Currency Creek 1925 Memorial 198/492

BUSBRIDGE, Albert Walter shop assistant Gawler linked with James Busbridge the Younger brickmaker Gawler 1923 Memorial 189/488

No 1

BUSBRIDGE, Harriett Sarah licensed victualler King of Hanover Hotel Adelaide (Rundle St) 1904 Memorial 247/450

BUSBRIDGE, Harriett Sarah licensed victualler formerly of the King of Hanover Hotel Adelaide (Rundle St) but now of Goolwa 1905 Memorial 95/453

No 1 - the Elder

BUSBRIDGE, James [the Elder] brickmaker Gawler 1857[-1881] Memorial 343/128, Application 11164

BUSBRIDGE, James [the Elder[ brickmaker Gawler. Gawler Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 193/314

BUSBRIDGE, James [the Elder[ retired brickmaker Gawler 1910 Memorial 125/462

No 1 - the Younger

BUSBRIDGE, James 20 brickmaker Gawler (Father: James Busbridge) married Harriet Sarah LONG 17 spinster Gawler (Father: William Long) on 1/12/1881 Mr HILLIER's private residence Kapunda. Minister: RJ DADDOW. Witnesses: Wiliam Hillier machinist Kapunda and Fannie Hillier Application 23583.

BUSBRIDGE, James the Younger farmer near Gawler 1895 Application 23006

BUSBRIDGE, James the Younger farmer Gawler River and Harriet Sarah Busbridge his wife 1898 Memorial 74/435

BUSBRIDGE, James Mayor of Gawler, aged 69 in 1930, declared that he had been a member of the Gawler Corporation for 11 years Application 27778

BUSCH, Albert Hermann and Wilhelm Bernhard Busch farmers Tothill Belt 1920[-1955] Memorial 88/480

BUSCH, Alfred linked with Section 22 Hundred of Eurilpa 1886 Memorial 81/384

BUSCH, Carl farmer Tothill Belt 1889 Application 21604

No 1

BUSCH, Daniel Heinrich Christian farmer Harris Flat 1853 Memorial 388/50

BUSCH, Daniel Heinrich Christian farmer formerly of Harris Flat 1853 now of near Greenock 1864 Application 5458

BUSCH, Daniel Heinrich Christian farmer near Greenock Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 19 Page 165 County Fergusson

BUSCH, Hans farmer Hundred of Light 1860 Memorial 4/165

No 1

BUSCH, Wilhelm yeoman Kensington 1854[-1857] Memorial 496/63

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BUSCH, Wilhelm butcher Paradise 1859 Memorial 323/156

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

BUSCH, Wilhelm Friedrich butcher Mt Pleasant 1869 Memorial 55/238

BUSCOMB, Francis farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1863] Memorial 129/98

BUSH, George butcher Kapunda 1880 Application 18098

BUSH, George Bryant butcher Kapunda 1876 Application 15173

No 1

BUSH, James labourer Walkerville 1863 Memorial 123/189

BUSH, James labourer Walkerville 1870 Application 11147

BUSH, James labourer Walkerville, died c1889. Husband of Katherine Busch Memorial 36/397

BUSH, Katherine widow Hackney, relict of the late James Bush formerly labourer Walkerville now deceased 1889 Memorials 36 & 37/397

No 1

BUSH, John farmer The Sturt 1852 Memorial 452/45

BUSH, John farmer [formerly of The Sturt but now of the] Hundred of Munno Para 1853 Memorial 111/46

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BUSH, John farmer Kangaroo Flat - Primitive Methodist Connexion member 1863 Memorial 328/190

BUSH, John and Thomas farmers Kangaroo Flat near Gawler 1876 Memorial 106/296

No 3

BUSH, John farmer Roseworthy 1865[-1881] Memorial 292/206

No 4

BUSH, John labourer Thebarton 1888 Memorial 93/394

BUSH, John farmer Thebarton, died 26/5/1890, of senile decay, aged 72 Application 24814

BUSH, Kate Elizabeth daughter of the late Joseph Keeble formerly labourer Pt Adelaide 1857 now wife of Charles BUSH mariner Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16247

No 1

BUSH, William coach painter Adelaide 1846[-1875] Memorial 450/7

No 2

BUSH, William contractor Hynam Hundred of Hynam land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 29 Page 165 County MacDonnell

BUSHBY, John farmer Gumeracha 1861 Memorial 341/197

No 1

BUSHBY, Lawrence Graham acting manager of the SA Executor Trustee and Agency Ltd, 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1956 Application 29169

BUSHBY, Lawrence Gaham Manager of the Executor Trustee and Agency Co of SA 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1963 Application 29535

BUSHBY, William labourer Adelaide 1869 Memorial 100/242

BUSHELL, Hansford clerk North Adelaide and Henrietta Bushell his wife 1929 Application 27731

No 1

BUSHELL, Henry boatbuilder Pt Adelaide 1840 Memorial 319/33

BUSHELL, Henry carpenter Kent Farm Eastern Sources of the Torrens linked with John Phillis Bushell farmer of the same place 1861 Memorial 16/208

No 2 - perhaps the same person

BUSHELL, Henry clerk of the local court Riverton 1895 Memorial 239/423

BUSHELL, Henry sub-inspector of police Gawler 1912 Memorial 180/467

BUSHELL, John carrier Croydon 1881 Application 18441

No 1

BUSHELL, John Phillis licensed victualler Two Wells 1876 Memorial 151/289

BUSHELL, John Phillis farmer Kent Farm Mt Pleasant 1883 Memorial 232/360

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

BUSHELL, John Walter carrier Brompton 1863[-1875] Memorial 259/187

BUSHELL, John Walter the Younger labourer Croydon 1868 Memorial 162/230

BUSHELL, John Walter carrier Port Road, near Croydon formerly known as JW Bushall the Younger 1889 Application 21606

BUSHELL, Stephen farmer Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 58/99

No 1

BUSSELL, Edward yeoman Bowden 1855 Memorial 145/80

BUSSELL, Edward yeoman formerly of Bowden but now of the colony of Victoria 1865 Memorial 263/207

BUSSELL, Joseph William clerk Glenelg 1884 He bought land in Stirling Application 20222

No 1

BUSSELL, Mary Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1868 Memorial 200/237

BUSSELL, Mary Elizabeth widow formerly of Adelaide 1868 but now of Hackney 1873 Application 12521

No 1

BUSSELL, William John clerk in holy orders formerly of Murray Bridge but now of Adelaide 1904[-1910] Memorial 128/451

BUSSELL, William John clerk in holy orders North Adelaide and Archdeacon of the Broughton 1929 Memorial 196/501

No 1

BUSSENCHUTT/BÜSSENCHÜTT, Albert farmer Adelaide 1849 Enrolment 64/37

BUSSENCHUTT/BÜSSENCHÜTT, Albert farmer The Torrens 1849 Memorial 360/16

BUSSENCHUTT/BÜSSENCHÜTT, Albert farmer Hope Valley 1856 Memorial 64/97

BUSSENCHUTT/BÜSSENCHÜTT, Albert farmer near Salisbury 1877[-1886] Memorial 32/302, Application 21031

No 1

BUSSENCHUTT/BÜSSENCHÜTT, Heinrich farmer Hope Valley 1853 Memorial 248/56

BUSSENCHUTT/BÜSSENCHÜTT, Heinrich farmer Para Plains 1857 Memorial 151/113

BUSSENCHUTT/BÜSSENCHÜTT, Heinrich farmer Reeves Plains 1872 Memorial 72/263

No 2

BUSSENCHUTT/BÜSSENCHÜTT, Henry farmer Salisbury, aged 76 in 1944, declared that he had lived in Salisbury all his life Application 28364

BUSTON, Charles cabinetmaker Adelaide 1857 Memorial 79/124

BUSTRIDGE, James retired farmer Gawler and Harriet Sarah Bustridge his wife 1903 Memorial 136/448

BUTCHART, J law clerk Adelaide 1914 Memorial 173/471

BUTCHART, James of 47 East Parade, Kingswood Park 1929 Memorial 5/503

BUTCHER, Ann widow Strathalbyn, died c1877. Letters of administration to Thomas KING newspaper proprietor Adelaide to settle her £70 estate Memorial 59/300

BUTCHER, Anne spinster Mt Lofty 1875 Memorial 232/286

No 1

BUTCHER, Cornelius butcher Robe S-E and Alice Butcher his wife 1924 Memorial 75/490

BUTCHER, Cornelius gentleman Robe S-E and Alice Butcher his wife 1926[-1929] Memorial 170/495

BUTCHER, Cornelius farm assistant Robe. His wife, Alice Butcher, had died by 1938 Application 28101

No 1

BUTCHER, Edward Baldock butcher Alberton 1855 Memorial 398/88

BUTCHER, Edward Baldock butcher Queenstown 1857[-1866] Memorial 114/115

BUTCHER, Edward Baldock fisherman Alberton 1860 Memorial 144/169

BUTCHER, Edward Baldock gentleman Queenstown 1865 Memorial 19/206

BUTCHER, Edward Baldock of Queenstown, died 1872. He had a sister, Mary Baldock Butcher of Perry St, Northfleet, Kent, England, and a brother Baldock Butcher of Sydney NSW Memorial 112/262

No 1

BUTCHER, Elizabeth spinster Robe 1887 Memorial 147/385

BUTCHER, Elizabeth spinster Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1889 Grant Book 50 Page 28 County Robe

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BUTCHER, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 389/18

BUTCHER, Henry of the Murray River [perhaps near North-West Bend] 1862 Memorial 197/182

No 1

BUTCHER, John labourer Penwortham 1852 Enrolment 27/34

BUTCHER, John labourer Penwortham 1853[-1857] Memorial 10/49

No 2

BUTCHER, John shoemaker Nairne and Ann Butcher his wife. Children mentioned but not named 1853 Memorial 25/304

BUTCHER, John of Nairne, died c1856. Husband of Anne Butcher Memorial 182/107

BUTCHER, Oscar Pascoe and Thomas Osmond Charles Butcher both farmers Koolunga 1904 Memorial 229/451

No 1

BUTCHER, Thomas miner Burra Burra 1848 Memorial 379/30

BUTCHER, Thomas farmer Hundred of Munno Para Gawler River 1850 Foundation trustee of the Primitive Methodist Chapel and school Memorial 327/26

Farmer Section 7580 Gawler River 1851[-1855] Memorial 72/32

BUTCHER, Thomas farmer Gawler River. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 87 County Adelaide

BUTCHER, Thomas farmer Gawler River 1853[-1862] Memorial 10/96

BUTCHER, Thomas farmer Tregullen Farm Gawler River 1875 Memorial 134/283

BUTCHER, Thomas farmer Pt Gawler 1882 Memorial 239/338

BUTCHER, Thomas farmer Pt Gawler 1885 Memorial 141/365

BUTCHER, Thomas farmer formerly of Gawler River but then of Koolunga, died 18/7/1888. Estate worth £50. Father of Elizabeth Barry BAKER wife of William Baker farmer Hundred of Boucaut, Mary Ann Pearn COOKE wife of William George Cooke farmer Kalkabury and Thomas Barry Butcher farmer Koolunga Memorial 147/395

BUTCHER, Thomas farmer formerly of Gawler River but then of Koolunga, died 18/7/1888. Father of Mary Ann Pearn COOKE wife of William George Cooke farmer Kalkabury. Mrs Cooke died 2/6/1891 at Antwerp near Dimboola Vic Memorial 15/415

BUTCHER, Thomas farmer formerly of Gawler River late of Koolunga, died 18/7/1888. Estate worth £50 [This seems too low]. £200 to his daughter, Elizabeth Barry BAKER wife of William Baker farmer Hundred of Boucaut. Pt Section 2230 on the Para River to his daughter, Mary Ann Pearn COOK wife of William George Cook farmer Kalkabury. The remainder of his estate to his son, Thomas Barry Butcher farmer Koolunga Application 21777

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BUTCHER, Thomas farmer Salisbury 1865[-1866] Memorial 95/204

BUTCHER, Thomas Fox labourer Alberton 1850 Memorial 222/20

No 1

BUTCHER, William bootmaker Bowden 1849 Memorial 4/14

BUTCHER, William shoemaker Bowden 1849 Application 547

BUTCHER, William bootmaker formerly of Bowden but now of Wellington on the Murray 1856 Memorial 120/100

BUTCHER, William shoemaker Kent on the Bremer 1857 Memorial 11/129

Langhorne Creek District School trustee 1858 Memorial 59/152

BUTCHER, William of Callington on the Bremer 1858 Memorial 276/146

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

BUTCHER, William gentleman Pt Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 221/25

BUTCHER, William innkeeper Kingston Lacepede Bay 1862 Memorial 94/182

BUTCHER, William stockholder Emu Flat 1869[-1871] Memorial 189/242

No 1

BUTCHER, William Augustus master mariner Birkenhead 1905 Memorial 240/452

BUTCHER, William Augustus master mariner Birkenhead 1905[-1912]  Application 25991

BUTCHER, William Augustus master mariner Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula 1906 Memorial 45/455

BUTCHER, William Augustus master mariner Semaphore 1908 Memorial 193/458

BUTCHER, William Augustus master mariner Exeter near Semaphore 1911 Memorial 83/464

BUTCHER, William Augustus retired master mariner Bingara NSW, died 22/12/1824 intestate Memorial 124/496

BUTCHER, William George farmer Millicent 1887 Memorial 172/387

BUTE, Robert farmer Smithfield 1893 Application 22501

No 1

BUTEFISCH/BÜTEFISCH, Theodor grocer North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 479/26

BUTEFISCH/BÜTEFISCH, Theodor merchant near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

BUTEFISCH/BÜTEFISCH, Theodor merchant Adelaide 1861 Memorial 35/174

BUTEFISCH/BÜTEFISCH, Johannes Adolph Theodor grocer Adelaide 1864 Memorial 58/257

BUTEFISCH/BÜTEFISCH, Th grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1872 Application 15955

BUTEFISCH/BÜTEFISCH, Johannes Adolph Theodor grocer and importer Adelaide 1875 Memorial 52/282

BUTFIELD, John Minister of the Gospel Uley 1853 He included a new chapel at Chain of Ponds in his circuit Memorial 241/107

BUTGESS, Thomas milkman Kapunda 1880 Application 18098

No 1 – perhaps the same person

BUTLER, Burriss James linked with Sections 17 & 18 Hundred of Eurilpa Co Granville 1886 Memorial 134/384

BUTLER, Burrows James farmer Wolseley. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 23 County Buckingham

BUTLER, Charles James shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19431

BUTLER, Charles John bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1853[-1876] Memorial 132/46

Shoemaker Alberton 1855 Memorial 224/88

BUTLER, Colin Henry Alexander of 39 Norseman Ave, Westbourne Park and Clifford John Harold Butler of 3 Samson Ave, Westbourne Park merchants carrying on trade after the style or firm of R Butler & Sons at £16 a week, payable in advance (Shops 46 & 46a on the ground floor and No 146 on the first floor) 1957 Memorial 2/532

BUTLER, David Boyd and William farmers Tickera 1888 Memorial 134/394

 

BUTLER, Denys Wilfred of Langhorne Creek, Secretary and public officer of Arthur FORMBY Ltd of Metala Langhorne Creek 1948. Arthur Formby was the director of this company Application 28598

No 1

BUTLER, Elijah Henry shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1850[-1876] Memorial 205/26

Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1851 Memorial 22/73

BUTLER, Elijah Henry shoemaker Alberton 1854[-1862] Memorial 62/62, Application 3669

BUTLER, Elijah Henry and John Charles bootmakers Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 141/234

BUTLER, Elijah Henry grocer Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 157/262

BUTLER, Elijah Henry boot and shoe manufacturer Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 415 County Victoria

BUTLER, Elijah Henry of Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide Managing Trustee Alberton Wesleyan Chapel 1883 Application 19768

BUTLER, Elijah Henry shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1884. He was a trustee for the Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Methodist Church Application 20392

BUTLER, Elijah Henry and BUTLER, Charles John cordwainers Pt Adelaide trustees Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1884 Application 20393

BUTLER, Ernest George auctioneer Seacliff 1925 Memorial 125/497

BUTLER, G railway guard Petersburg 1916 Memorial 55/484

No 1

BUTLER, George labourer North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 226/119

BUTLER, George farmer Chain of Ponds 1859[-1867] Memorial 2/162

BUTLER, George farmer Para Wirra 1878 Memorial 225/306

No 2

BUTLER, George of Belton. Burriss J Butler mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 150/386

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

BUTLER, George of Bendleby 1887 Memorial 4/388

No 1

BUTLER, Gerald Villiers Government Emigration Commissioner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 77/44

BUTLER, Gerard Villars Esquire formerly of Adelaide now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 299/52

No 1

BUTLER, Henry Herbert grazier Hundred of Wandearah 1894 Memorial 155/420

BUTLER, Henry Herbert grazier Pt Pirie trustee Institute Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 328 County Victoria

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BUTLER, Henry Herbert farmer near Strathalbyn 1897 Memorial 123/430

BUTLER, Henry H JP of Strathalbyn 1907 Memorial 178/456

BUTLER, Henry H town clerk Strathalbyn 1914 Memorial 101/470

BUTLER, Henry Herbert farmer Strathalbyn. Linked with HR Butler farmer Finniss 1925 Memorial 153/493

No 1

BUTLER, James florist Modbury married Barbara STONEHAM hotelkeeper Modbury on 5/9/1869 in the C Butler home Grote St, Adelaide Memorial 34/484

BUTLER, James licensed victualler Modbury 1870[-1876] Memorial 187/250

BUTLER, James licensed victualler Modbury, died 1881 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Barbara Butler, to settle his £100 estate Memorial 97/334

BUTLER, Barbara widow Kent Town relict of the late James Butler, died c1887. Formerly Barbara STONEHAM widow of the late William Stoneham formerly licensed victualler Modbury but now deceased. Mother of Alice Ellen PHILLIS wife of Charles Robert Phillis gentleman Kent Town (and executrix of the will). Estate worth £50 Memorial 111/388

No 2 - perhaps the same person

BUTLER, James farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 230 County Daly

BUTLER, James of Kadina 1881 Memorial 141/331

BUTLER, James farmer Tickera 1887 Memorial 239/386

BUTLER, James hotelkeeper Bute 1893 Memorial 171/417

BUTLER, James Bolwell shoemaker Pt Adelaide and BUTLER, Elijah ironmonger's assistant Pt Adelaide 1899. By 1906, Elijah Butler was an ironmonger in Perth WA Application 25201

No 1

BUTLER, John labourer Armagh near Clare 1853[-1905] Memorial 236/452

BUTLER, John labourer Armagh 1905, declared that he had bought land in the village in 1853 Application 27381

No 2

BUTLER, John farmer Canowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1876. Linked with Bridget Butler widow Canowie Grant Book 60 Page 51 County Victoria

No 3

BUTLER, John engineer Thebarton 1876 Application 15614

BUTLER, John engineer Thebarton 1881 Application 18548

BUTLER, John engineer Thebarton 1881 Memorial 48/331

BUTLER, John the Elder engineer Thebarton 1896, died c1903. Husband of Mary Butler. Father of James Butler, Titus Thompson Butler engine fitter Adelaide, John Butler the Younger hairdresser Thebarton, Mary Matilda Sarah Ann KINGSMILL, Zilpha Moira RIPLEY, Emily Jane QUINN, Clara WILLIAMS, and Rose Louisa WALKER Memorial 125/451

BUTLER, John the Elder engineer Thebarton, died 29/6/1903. Estate worth £660. He left his estate to his widow, Mary Butler, for life, then to their children, James Butler, Mary Matilda DUNK, Sarah Ann KINGSMILL, Zilpha Moira RIPLEY, Emily Jane QUINN, Clara WILLIAMS, Rose Louisa WALKER, Titus Thompson Butler (his wife called Isabella Butler formerly of Adelaide now of Thebarton) and John Butler the Younger. Mary Butler died 13/8/1905 George St, Thebarton, of senile decay, aged 79 Application 25405

BUTLER, John Butler gentleman Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 339/185

BUTLER, John James farmer Hundred of MacDonnell Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 282 County Grey

BUTLER, John Stewart labourer near Macclesfield 1863 Application 4608

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BUTLER, Martin police constable Adelaide 1857[-1864] Memorial 42/119

BUTLER, Martin out of business Adelaide (Field St), died 9/10/1899. Father of Ellen BROWN married woman Field St, Adelaide 1900 Memorial 215/440

BUTLER, M of Entanda Hope 1888 Memorial 96/392

No 1

BUTLER, Patrick stockholder Hutt River Special Survey 1846 Memorial 229/7

Farmer Emu Flat Hutt River 1848 Memorial 175/13 Stock owner Gawler 1848 Memorial 244/13

BUTLER, Patrick farmer Armagh Hutt River Special Survey 1854 Memorial 132/79

BUTLER, Patrick of Clare Hundred of Clare land grant 1862 Grant Book 56 Page 25 County Stanley

BUTLER, Patrick farmer formerly of Emu Flat, Hutt River 1848 but now of Armagh near Clare 1872 Application 15709

BUTLER, Patrick farmer Canowie, died 12/4/1876 intestate. His widow, Bridget Butler, obtained letters of administration to settle the estate. John Butler, probably his son, was a farmer at Yarcowie in 1877. John HOPE stockholder Clare testified that he had been friends with Patrick Butler for years prior to his decease. He had lent him money and acted as his business adviser, 'and the closest relationships existed between us in all matters of business and otherwise' Application 16271

BUTLER, Patrick the Elder farmer Canowie, died 12/4/1876 intestate. His family included; Bridget Butler his wife, and children: John Butler farmer Canowie, Thomas Butler farmer Canowie, Patrick Butler the Younger farmer Clare, Michael Butler stockman near Daly Springs, Matthew Butler labourer Pt Lincoln, James Butler labourer Belalie, Mary Ann EMERY wife of John Emery overseer Hill River, Ellen Butler spinster Canowie and Sarah Butler no description Memorials 146/301 & 33/302

BUTLER, Bridget widow Canowie 1877 relict of the late Patrick Butler formerly farmer Armagh 1855. Their son, John Butler, was a farmer at Yarrowie in 1877 Application 16271

No 1

BUTLER, Philip of the South Para 26/5/1849, received power of attorney to sell Country Section 7586 in the Milner Special Survey, for his brother Richard Butler Esquire Nadhampton, Oxon, England. Richard Butler knew the Davenport family of Oxford, some of whose members emigrated to SA Application 8100

BUTLER, Philip Esquire Parryerti South Para 1850 Memorial 246/24

Esquire Gawler and Matilda Butler his wife late 1850 Memorial 136/26

BUTLER, Philip Esquire Yattalunga South Para 1852 Memorial 131/44

BUTLER, Philip Esquire formerly of Yattalunga but now in parts beyond the seas 1862 Memorial 289/182

BUTLER, Philip Esquire St Thomas Hill, Canterbury, Kent, England mortgaged the Yattalunga Estate in the Hundred of Munno Para 1863 Memorial 261/190

BUTLER, Philip and Richard Esquires Yattalunga near Gawler 1863 Memorial 289/187

BUTLER, Philip gentleman formerly of Yattalunga but now of Queensgate Tce, Kensington, Middlesex, England 1888 Memorial 250/391

No 1

BUTLER, R & Sons Ltd auctioneers Adelaide (Currie St) linked with Butler, HOGARTH & EDWARDS Ltd auctioneers Adelaide (Currie St) 1912 Memorial 44/467

BUTLER, R & Sons Ltd auctioneers Grenfell St, Adelaide 1912, sold out to BUTLER, Richard Director of BUTLER, HOGARTH & EDWARDS Ltd auctioneers Adelaide (Currie St) 1913 Application 26178

No 1

BUTLER, Richard baker Aldinga and Janet Butler his wife 1867 Application 8625

No 2

BUTLER, Richard the Elder gentleman Mallala Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 227 County Victoria

BUTLER, Richard of Burnside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 227 County Victoria

No 3

BUTLER, Richard the Younger farmer Wandearah Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 226 County Victoria

BUTLER, Richard the Younger MP farmer formerly of Crystal Brook but now of Mallala 1897 Memorial 200/430

BUTLER, Richard farmer Mallala 1896. He had arrived in SA by 1860. [How was he related to Philip Ernest Butler Esquire, of Inkford Abbey, Newport Pagnell, Bucks, England? ]Application 23147

BUTLER, Richard farmer Mallala 1905, bought land in the Hundred of Grace from Philip Ernest Butler Esquire Inkford Abbey, Newport Pagnell, Co Bucks, England Application 25048

BUTLER, RB clerk Brookman Building, Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1900 Memorial 204/439

BUTLER, RM spinster Alberton 1912 Application 26115

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

BUTLER, Samuel of McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 38/60

BUTLER, Samuel farmer Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 43/69

BUTLER, Samuel the Elder labourer Pt Elliot, died 4/7/1876 intestate. Husband of Elizabeth Butler, a lunatic by 1890. Father of Samuel Butler the Younger labourer Currency Creek by 1890 Memorial 60/402

BUTLER, Samuel labourer Currency Creek 1888[-1890] Memorial 30/391

BUTLER, Samuel labourer formerly of Currency Creek but now of Wolseley 1897 Memorial 124/430

No 2

BUTLER, Samuel labourer Para Plains 1853 Memorial 420/56

BUTLER, Samuel miner formerly of the Para Plains but now of Deep Creek near Daylesford Vic 1865 Memorial 243/207

No 1

BUTLER, William storekeeper Adelaide (Grenfell St) took out a 7-year lease of Samuel Patten's general store at Hamilton on the Light 'on the road to the Burra' 1865 Memorial 179/261

BUTLER, WIlliam storekeeper Hamilton on the Light 1871 Memorial 245/251

BUTLER, William storekeeper formerly of Hamilton on the Light but now of Mintaro, and Grace Butler his wife 1877 Memorial 243/302

BUTLER, William postmaster Mintaro 1877 Memorial 133/298

BUTLER, William storekeeper formerly of Hamilton on the Light 1874 but now of Mintaro 1880 Memorial 19/322

BUTLER, William hotelkeeper Narracoorte 1882 Perhaps later storekeeper Narracoorte Application 19236

BUTLER, William storekeeper formerly of Mintaro but now of Narracoorte 1885 Memorial 146/370

BUTLER, William farmer Narracoorte 1889 Memorial 19/398

No 2

BUTLER, William farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 64 County Fergusson

No 3

BUTLER, William shepherd for sheep farmer Price MAURICE probably between Magill and Norton Summit 1884 Application 20049

No 4

BUTLER, William farmer Belton 1886[-1887] Memorial 168/373

BUTLER, William farmer Eurilpa 1891[-1893] Memorial 184/411

BUTLER, William the Younger farmer Eurilpa 1893 Memorial 223/417

No 5

BUTLER, William farmer Alford. James Butler mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 95/405

BUTLER, William farmer Alford 1903 Memorial 240/448

No 6

BUTLER, William out of business Thebarton 1894 Application 22780

BUTLER, WH of Hergott Springs 1888 Memorial 177/395

BUTLER, William Murray farmer Hundred of Fox C o Robe 1889 Memorial 206/396

BUTLER, William Relford tailor Pt Adelaide 1921 Memorial 115/484

No 1

BUTLER, William Rowe farmer Tickera 1893 Memorial 138/418

BUTLER, William Rowe farmer Alford. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 281 County Daly

BUTLER, Ximinez farmer Wyarra, changed his name to James Butler. Born 11/9/1911 Pt Lincoln Memorial 1/507

No 1

BUTSON, Thomas miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

BUTSON, Thomas of Kadina trustee for a school Kadina 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

BUTSON, Thomas Martin miner Wallaroo Mines 1880 Memorial 173/322

No 1

BUTT, Albert Edward labourer Balhannah 1886 Memorial 188/380

BUTT, Albert Edward labourer Balhannah (Gilleston) 1887 Application 21205

No 1

BUTT, Charles cabinetmaker Adelaide 1847[-1853] Memorial 39/8

BUTT, Charles [formerly cabinetmaker Adelaide but now] farmer Brighton 1853 Memorial 26/60

BUTT, Charles farmer formerly of Brighton but now of Melbourne Vic 1865 Memorial 320/206

No 1

BUTT, James water police constable Burton on the Little Para and Mary Ann Butt his wife formerly Mary Ann HALL widow of the late John Hall no description 1885 Memorial 83/371

BUTT, James licensed victualler Burton on the Little Para and Mary Ann Butt his wife 1885 Memorial 65/372

BUTT, John shoemaker Mt Barker 1854 Application 10724

BUTTER, Richard baker Moonta 1865 Memorial 291/200

No 1

BUTTERFIELD, John yeoman Gawler 1853[-1854] Memorial 76/52

BUTTERFIELD, John farmer Bertha near Gawler, died 26/5/1871 intestate. His widow, Elizabeth Butterfield of Bertha, died 9/11/1885. David Heath [probably a son-in-law] mason Adelaide (Whitmore Square). Edwy Heath compositor Adelaide (Whitmore Square) - definitely the testator's grandson. Mary Ann Butterfield widow Koolunga probably J Butterfield's daughter-in-law Memorial 194/387

BUTTERFIELD, Mary Ann widow Koolunga 1887, widow of John Butterfield farmer Bertha, who died 26/5/1871 intestate. He owned land in Palmerston, Northern Territory. Children Asa Buttfield farmer Gawler and Hannah HEATH wife of David Heath stone mason Adelaide Application 21146

BUTTERFIELD, Mary Ann widow Koolunga 1898[-1903] Memorial 41/436

No 2

BUTTERFIELD, John farmer near Sandy Creek 1853[-1859] Memorial 444/83

Hundred of Barossa District School trustee 1859 Memorial 54/152

BUTTERFIELD, John farmer Sandy Creek Hundred of Barossa 1853 Memorial 444/83

BUTTERFIELD, John farmer Sandy Creek 1866[-1867] Memorial 175/211

No 1

BUTTERFIELD, Nathaniel Thomas painter Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 108 County Robe

BUTTERFIELD, Nathaniel painter Wolseley. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1901 Grant Book 7 Page 19 County Buckingham

No 1

BUTTERFIELD, Thomas dairyman Fulham 1887 Memorial 14/386

BUTTERFIELD, Thomas dairyman Fulham 1888 Application 21533

BUTTERFIELD, William farmer Aldinga Plains 1850 Memorial 406/25

BUTTERICK, Stanley Howard mercantile clerk Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

No 1

BUTTERICK, William labourer Jamestown Co Victoria. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 249 County Dalhousie

BUTTERICK, William licensed victualler Adelaide (Thistle Inn, Wakefield St) 1885 Memorial 217/370

No 1

BUTTERS, William Wesleyan Minister North Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 325/92

BUTTERS, William Wesleyan Methodist Minister Adelaide 1860 Memorial 274/167

BUTTERS, William Minister of the Gospel Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1864. JB WATERHOUSE was his attorney Application 5790

BUTTERS, William Minister of the Gospel formerly of Adelaide but at present residing in Europe 1865 Memorial 106/203

BUTTERS, William minister of the gospel of parts beyond the seas 1885 Memorial 141/365

BUTTERS, William Middleton Wesleyan Minister Dunedin Villa Upper Tulse Hill, Surrey, England 1890 Memorial 28/404

BUTTERWORTH, Albert Broadbent farmer Aldinga 1937 Application 28073

No 1

BUTTERWORTH, Bramly Chairman of the District Council Aldinga 1866 Memorial 27/216

BUTTERWORTH, Bramley miller Aberdeen son of Joseph Butterworth miller Aldinga 1873 Memorial 17/287

BUTTERWORTH, Bramley miller Kooringa linked with Brant Butterworth miller Aldinga 1878 Memorial 113/306

BUTTERWORTH, Bramley and Brant millers Aldinga 1880 Memorial 44/320

No 1

BUTTERWORTH, Brant miller Aldinga Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 204 County Fergusson

BUTTERWORTH, Brant miller Aldinga 1882 Application 19393

BUTTERWORTH, Brant miller Aldinga 1884 Memorial 34/357

BUTTERWORTH, Brant miller Aldinga and Mary Butterworth his wife [was she a daughter of the late Duncan STEWART farmer Aldinga?]. Other members of the family included - Charles Stewart Butterworth farmer Aldinga, and Albert Broadbent Butterworth carpenter Aldinga 1908 Memorial 199/459

BUTTERWORTH, Charles Stewart farmer Aldinga 1915 Memorial 33/473

No 1

BUTTERWORTH, Eli and John millers Normanville 1857[-1877] Memorial 325/113

BUTTERWORTH, Eli and John millers Yankalilla 1860[-1874] Memorial 124/165

BUTTERWORTH, Eli miller Yankalilla, died 12/5/1886, of paralysis and a carbuncle, aged 58. Father of Kate HERBERT who lived at Kent Town Application 23315

BUTTERWORTH, Eli miller Yankalilla, died 12/5/1886. He gave his personal and household estate to his wife, Sarah Clover Butterworth absolutely. The executors had to sell the rest of his estate - one ninth of the proceeds to go to his widow, the rest to remain in trust for each of his 8 children, as each turned 21 years. Estate worth £200 Application 27726

BUTTERWORTH, Eli miller Yankalilla, died 12/5/1886, of paralysis and a carbuncle, aged 58. Father of Kate HERBERT who lived at Kent Town Application 23315

BUTTERWORTH, Eli miller Yankalilla, died 12/5/1886. He gave his personal and household estate to his wife, Sarah Clover Butterworth absolutely. The executors had to sell the rest of his estate - one ninth of the proceeds to go to his widow, the rest to remain in trust for each of his 8 children, as each turned 21 years. Estate worth £200 Application 27726

BUTTERWORTH, George miller Aberdeen near Kooringa 1882[-1885] Memorial 8/339, Application 19865

BUTTERWORTH, Herbert Palmer out of business formerly of Princes St, Solomontown now of Percy St, Franklin 1926 Application 27441

No 1

BUTTERWORTH, James farmer Aldinga Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 439 County Fergusson

BUTTERWORTH, James farmer Curramulka 1885 Memorial 149/365

No 1

BUTTERWORTH, John and Eli millers Normanville 1880 Application 18343

BUTTERWORTH, John miller Normanville 1887. Linked with Eli Butterworth who died 12/5/1886 Memorial 238/382

No 1

BUTTERWORTH, John William and Joseph Butterworth farmers Aldinga Plains 1850 Memorial 406/25

BUTTERWORTH, John William farmer Aldinga Plains eldest son of Joseph Butterworth of the same place 1854 Memorial 115/77

BUTTERWORTH, John William farmer Aldinga 1854 Memorial 360/81

BUTTERWORTH, John William formerly farmer Aldinga Plains 1850 now miller Yankalilla 1864 Application 4996

No 1

BUTTERWORTH, Joseph farmer Reedbeds 1842-1853 Memorial 254/2

No 2

BUTTERWORTH, Joseph farmer Aldinga Plains, and Alice Butterworth, his wife 1846 Memorial 27/7

Miller Willunga 1850 Memorial 320/25

Farmer Aldinga Plains late 1850 Memorial 345/25

Trustee Independent Chapel Section 231 Hundred of Willunga 1850 Memorial 381/30

Farmer Willunga 1851[-1855] Memorial 484/55

BUTTERWORTH, Joseph miller Willunga 1853 Memorial 40/58

BUTTERWORTH, Joseph miller Aldinga Mill near Willunga 1853[-1854] Memorial 69/58

BUTTERWORTH, Joseph the Elder formerly farmer Willunga 1846 but now miller Aldinga 1865 Application 6182

No 3

BUTTERWORTH, Jos agent Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 88/357

BUTTERY, Edith Martha married woman Magill 1929 Application 27732

No 1

BUTTERY, Henry and Richard John Buttery cabinetmakers Adelaide in partnership under the style or firm of Buttery Brothers, became bankrupts in 1882 Memorial 137/341

BUTTERY, Henry cabinetmaker Norwood 1905 Application 24972

BUTTERY, James A undertaker’s assistant Norwood 1884 Application 20308

BUTTERY, Richard John cabinetmaker Osmond Tce, Norwood 1892[-1912] Memorial 97/414, Application 26069

BUTTFIELD, Arthur Albert mason Pickering Wool Bay township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 214 County Fergusson

No 1

BUTTFIELD, Albert storekeeper Smith Creek Gawler Plains 1857 Memorial 13/114

BUTTFIELD, Albert farmer Yorke Peninsula linked with Francis Buttfield farmer formerly of One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para but now of the Western Plains 1878 Memorial 59/514

BUTTFIELD, Alice Helena married woman 39 Smith St, Southwark, aged 57 in 1944, declared that she had lived continuously in Smith St for 50 years Application 28387

BUTTFIELD, Edward James farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 232 County Victoria

BUTTFIELD, Felix Montgomery clerk of the local council and draper Sliding Rock Out of Hundreds. Cadnia East (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 65 Page 27 County Not named

No 1

BUTTFIELD, Francis storekeeper One Tree Hill 1855[-1861] Memorial 295/83

BUTTFIELD, Francis formerly storekeeper One Tree Hill but now out of business linked with John Parker Buttfield of Pt Lincoln 1864 Memorial 215/194

BUTTFIELD, Francis formerly storekeeper One Tree Hill but now of the Western Plains 1878 Memorial 59/514

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

BUTTFIELD, Francis and John Parker Buttfield of Pt Lincoln 1864 Memorial 1/221

BUTTFIELD, Francis auctioneer Pt Lincoln 1866 Memorial 22/209

BUTTFIELD, George Edward farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 147 County Fergusson

BUTTFIELD, Herbert Pearce surveyor Adelaide (Currie St) 1884 Memorials 155 & 156/356

No 1

BUTTFIELD, John Parker Minister of the Gospel One Tree Hill 1854[-1860] Memorial 381/71

BUTTFIELD, John Parker Minister of the Gospel Uley Bury Hundred of Munno Para 1856 Memorial 100/115

BUTTFIELD, John Parker Minister of the Gospel Pt Lincoln 1864[-1865] Memorial 164/196

BUTTFIELD, John Parker Independent Minister Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1864 Grant Book 21 Page 1 County Flinders

BUTTFIELD, John Parker farmer Pt Lincoln linked with Francis Buttfield of Pt Lincoln 1867 Memorial 1/221

BUTTFIELD, John Parker gentleman Blinman. Blinman (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 163a County Taunto

BUTTFIELD, John P SM of Blinman 1872 Memorial 181/260

BUTTFIELD, John Parker SM formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Blinman 1876[-1882] Memorial 7/293

BUTTFIELD, WF farmer Tumby Bay 1873 Memorial 195/268

BUTTLE, Albert surveyor's assistant North Adelaide 1878 Memorial 233/310

No 1

BUTTON, Edwin farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 364 County Daly

BUTTON, Edwin farmer Redhill 1887 Memorial 216/382

BUTTON, Edwin farmer Redhill, had died by 1904. Executors – Jesse Button and Thomas TORR farmers Redhill Grant Book 14 Page 381 County Daly

BUTTON, Edwin Price farmer Clements Gap. Trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

BUTTON, Francis Henry storekeeper Hawker Co Blachford. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 252 County Not named

BUTTON, Frederick William farmer Clements Gap. Trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

BUTTON, Isaac labourer Alberton 1852[-1853] Memorial 5/41.

BUTTON, Jesse of near Willaston and Ellen Button his wife 1919 Memorial 193/477

BUTTON, John farmer Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 88/208

No 1

BUTTON, John Duncan labourer Myponga 1928[-1944] Memorial 135/500, Application 28383

BUTTON, John Duncan farmer Myponga, died 11/9/1958. Husband of Edith Rosa Button Memorial 121/532

BUTTON, Louis Edgar police constable Glenelg 1939 Application 28217

BUTTON, Percy Isaac farmer Karte trustee Karte Hall 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 231 County Chandos

BUTTRICK, Daniel labourer Morphett Vale 1868 Memorial 202/228

No 1

BUTTROSE, William mounted police sergeant Echunga 1855 Memorial 388/83

BUTTROSE, William married Adelaide CREAR on 25/4/1850. William Buttrose police trooper Angaston died 15/7/1866 intestate, of diabetes, aged 37. His eldest son, William Robert Buttrose Presbyterian minister Robe 1875, inherited his estate as heir at law. Adelaide Buttrose nee Crear widow lived at North Adelaide in 1875. John HILL & Co coach proprietors occupied the Buttrose land in Echunga northern half of lot 42 in 1875. WR Buttrose sold the property to George CRANE storekeeper Echunga in 1875 Application 14389

BUTTROSE, William Robert Free Presbyterian Minister Adelaide 1903 Memorial 85/449

No 1

BUXTON, Charles Herbert Joseph railway employee Roseworthy 1914 Memorial 16/471

BUXTON, Charles Herbert Joseph railway porter Roseworthy 1919 Memorial 195/477

BUXTON, William labourer Nairne Road, Hundred of Onkaparinga 1854 Memorial 375/72

No 1

BUZACOTT, John miner Amagh Co Stanley 1852 Memorial 33/41.

BUZACOTT, John the Elder miner Armagh near Clare 1853 Memorial 104/56

BUZACOTT, John the Elder farmer Clare 1855 Memorial 405/93

BUZACOTT, John the Elder farmer Emu Flat 1855 Memorial 338/90

BUZACOTT, John farmer Emu Flat near Clare, died 26/6/1862. Husband of Elizabeth Buzacott. Father of Nicholas Buzacott farmer Emu Flat, Richard Buzacott, Ann Buzacott and Mary Buzacott Memorial 7/463

BUZACOTT, John farmer near Clare, died c1862. He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Buzacott, for life, then to his son, Nicholas Buzacott, by 1910, farmer near Clare. Elizabeth Buzacott widow of the late John Buzacottt farmer near Clare, died 29/10/1891 Armagh near Clare, of senile decay, aged 90 Application 25775

BUZACOTT, John Senr married 24/12/1825 St Blazey, Cornwall, England, to Elizabeth nee ? . Six children born - eldest son John Buzacott Junr (now farmer Clare) born 19/9/1829 St Austell, Cornwall. The family emigrated to SA. John Buzacott Senr farmer Emu Flat near Clare, died 26/6/1862. In the will - children Nicholas, Ann, Mary (was she Mary WAYLAND widow Clare?), Richard, John mentioned (where is the 6th child?) Application 7250

BUZACOTT, John Senr farmer near Clare 1861, linked with Richard Buzacott and John Buzacott Junr farmers near Clare Application 2203

BUZACOTT, John the Elder farmer Emu Flat, died 26/6/1862. Estate worth £200. His wife, Elizabeth Buzacott, to have a life interest in the farm, equally with their son, Nicholas Buzacott. Nicholas Buzacott had to pay half of the expenses, in return for taking half the income. He could not take away any of the livestock or equipment without his mother's permission, if he chose to leave the farm. An allotment in Armagh, £20 and two cows to his daughter, Ann Buzacott, £10 to his daughter Mary Buzacott, £10 to his son Richard Buzacott, £5 to his son, John Buzacott the Younger Application 27125

BUZACOTT, Richard farmer near Clare 1877 Application 16271

BUZZARD, Samuel farmer Gawler Plains 1867 Application 8171

BYARD, Charles Price licensed victualler Prince of Wales Hotel Kapunda 1899[-1900] Memorial 41/439

No 1

BYARD, Douglas John Principal of Hahndorf College Hahndorf trustee of St James Church Blakiston 1901 Memorial 202/444

BYARD, Douglas John Esquire Anlaby near Kapunda 1921 Memorial 121/484

BYERLEE, Alfred of Manoora Co Light 1881 Memorial 42/330

No 1

BYERLEE, George William gentleman Adelaide (Wright St) 1853 Memorial 57/64

BYERLEE, George William farmer near Saddleworth 1859 Application 242

BYERLEE, George W of Chinkford 1865 Memorial 202/205

BYERLEE, George W postmaster Chinkford 1866 Memorial 65/209

BYERLEE, George William yeoman Chinkford near Auburn 1867 Memorial 217/223

BYERLEE, George William farmer near Chinkford 1868 Memorial 226/235

BYERLEE, George William farmer Chinkford Co Light Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 92 County Stanley

BYERLEE, George William gentleman formerly of Chinkford but now of Adelaide 1904 Application 24730

BYERLEE, Thomas Alfred Albert auctioneer Carrieton Belton (Hundred of Eurilpa) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 28 Page 111 County Granville

BYERLEE, WH farmer Eurelia Co Dalhousie 1888 Memorial 110/392

No 1

BYERS, Christian spinster Little Para 1850 Memorial 15/29

BYERS, Christian spinster Little Para 1851 Memorial 130/31

BYERS, Fanny of the Little Para Co Adelaide 1846 Memorial 212/7

No 1 - perhaps the same person

BYERS, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1839 Application 9098

BYERS, John labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 19444

BYERS, John labourer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 92/345

BYERS, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1846 Memorial 129/25

No 2

BYERS, John farmer Little Para 1844[-1847] Memorial 169/84

BYERS, John stonemason Little Para. [Golden Grove school trustee] 1849 Memorial 261/15

BYERS, John farmer Golden Grove 1855 Memorial 296/83

BYERS, John farmer Golden Grove on the Little Para 1860[-1861] Memorial 325/170

BYERS, John farmer Upper Little Para 1863 Memorial 46/188

BYERS, John farmer Golden Grove Upper Dry Creek near Gawler 1864 Memorial 215/194

BYERS, John farmer Golden Grove 1865[-1886] Memorial 77/206

BYERS, John farmer Golden Grove Upper Dry Creek 1878 Memorial 59/514

BYERS, John stonemason Golden Grove 1886, died c1897. Uncle of John JOHNSTONE Junr formerly farmer Yorke Peninsula but now miner Broken Hill NSW (1886-1897). Executor: Thomas Gibbons MCPHARLIN farmer Golden Grove Memorial 242/445

BYERS, John stonemason and farmer Golden Grove, died 10/9/1897. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Margaret Byers, to enjoy during her lifetim; then specific bequests absolutely to the following people: John Byers JOHNSTONE eldest son of his nephew John Johnstone, his niece Mary HARVEY of One Tree Hill, his nephew John Byers MURRAY, his niece Mary Murray (son and daughter of John Byer's sister Ellen Murray now living in Hawick, Scotland), his nephew George BEATTIE, his niece Mary Graham Beattie (children of Richard Beattie of Longtown, Cumberland, England). Executors: Thomas Gibbons MCPHARLIN farmer Golden Grove and John Johnston the Younger formerly farmer Yorke Peninsula now miner Blend St, Broken Hill NSW a nephew of John Byers. Margaret Byers died 5/12/1901, of syncope, aged 88. John Byers Johnstone farmer One Tree Hill married Mary Jane nee BROSTER. By 1944, JB Johnstone had removed to Purchase St, Paramatta NSW Application 28346

BYERS, Margaret widow Golden Grove relict of the late John Byers formerly stonemason and farmer Golden Grove now deceased 1899 Memorial 107/437

No 1 - likely to be the same person

BYFORD, William tinsmith Bowden 1867 Application 8907

BYFORD, William packer Woodville 1868 Application 9119

BYNG, Charles Henry John bookbinder Thebarton 1853[-1855] Memorial 496/49

BYNG, John innkeeper Mt Gambier 1849 Memorial 72/16

No 1

BYRNE, Alfred commercial traveller Norwood. Kensington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1883[-1901 Memorial 35/354

BYRNE, Alfred of The Parade, Norwood 1885 Memorial 31/504

BYRNE, Andrew cab proprietor Adelaide 1885[-1887] Memorial 234/363

BYRNE, Arthur John driver formerly of 77 Prospect Road, Prospect but now of 1 Stewart Place, North Adelaide 1955 Memorial 134/530

BYRNE, Edward farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 346/97

Farmer Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 385/97

BYRNE, Frederick RC clergyman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 281 County Burra

BYRNE, Frederick Roman Catholic priest Kapunda 1889 Memorial 210/398

BYRNE, Frederick Roman Catholic clergyman formerly of Adelaide but now of Kapunda 1891 Memorial 159/413

No 1

BYRNE, James yeoman Adelaide 1843. Walkerville land purchase Memorial 47/3

BYRNE, James yeoman Walkerville 1845[-1847] Memorial 123/5

No 2

BYRNE, James farmer Currency Creek 1857[-1890] Memorial 204/125

No 3

BYRNE, James farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 19 Page 32 County Fergusson

BYRNE, James farmer Warooka 1885 Application 20548

No 4 - perhaps the same person

BYRNE, James farmer Eudunda Hundred of Coomooroo land grants 1882 Book 13 Page 260 County Dalhousie

No 5

BYRNE, James labourer Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 93 County Daly

No 1

BYRNE, Jane spinster Moorowie. Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 8 County Fergusson

No 1

BYRNE, Jane widow Peesey Range. Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

BYRNE, Jane widow Warooka, had died by 1908. Executor – John Byrne farmer Warooka Grant Book 19 Page 10 County Fergusson

No 1

BYRNE, John stockkeeper North Para 1843 Memorial 444/35.

BYRNE, John stockman Gawler 1846 Memorial 60/7

No 2

BYRNE, John yeoman New Melrose 1861 Memorial 177/176

No 3

BYRNE, John yeoman Kilkenny 1864 Memorial 348/193

BYRNE, John labourer Kilkenny 1866 Application 7533

No 4

BYRNE, John farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 5 County Fergusson

BYRNE, John farmer Warooka 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

No 5

BYRNE, John farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 127 County Victoria

No 6

BYRNE, John storekeeper Strathalbyn 1879 Memorial 18/320

BYRNE, John bootmaker Strathalbn 1889[-1892] Memorial 182/398

BYRNE, John formerly bootmaker Strathalbyn but now out of business Torrensville 1927 Memorial 143/498

No 7

BYRNE, John farmer Black Rock Plain. Dalton (later Black Rock Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 446 County Dalhousie

No 8 – perhaps a continuation of No 7

BYRNE, John farmer Hundred of Morgan Co Dalhousie 1888 Memorial 215/392

No 9

BYRNE, John out of business Clare 1905, must have been in the district since 1861 Application 27381

No 10

BYRNE, John farmer Warooka 1910 Application 25892

BYRNE, Marcella Catherine spinster Lameroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 58 County Chandos

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

No 1

BYRNE, Michael farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda 1885 Memorial 48/364

No 2

BYRNE, Michael bootmaker Saddleworth. Nephew to Patrick HARTNEY formerly of Anlaby 1893 Application 22510

BYRNE, Patrick labourer Alberton 1857 Memorial 116/126

BYRNE, Patrick Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1905 Application 25037

BYRNE, Peter shoemaker Currie St, Adelaide 1844 Memorial 2/4

No 1

BYRNE, Peter Francis farmer Coomooroo 1893[-1896] Memorial 175/418

BYRNE, Peter Francis farmer Morchard 1897 Memorial 211/430

BYRNE, Peter Francis farmer Coomooroo 1899 Memorial 36/437

BYRNE, Peter Francis farmer Coomooroo 1902 Book 13 Page 265 County Dalhousie

BYRNE, Reginald Michael cabinetmaker 11 Beyer St, Norwood and Patricia Valda Susan Byrne his wife 1968 Application 29681

BYRNE, Thomas fruiterer and greengrocer Portland Estate 1871[-1883] Memorial 115/257, Applications 14721,19990

BYRNE, William Alfred grocer The Parade, Norwood 1895 Memorial 135/424

BYRNES, Arthur farmer Aldinga 1927 Application 27543

BYRNES, David John farmer Goolwa 1921 Memorial 91/484

No 1

BYRNES, Edward McBeath formerly hotelkeeper but then grazier Strathalbyn, died 18/5/1936. Husband of Mary Dorothy Byrnes Memorial 19/510

BYRNES, Edward McBeath butcher formerly of Goolwa but then of Strathalbyn, died 18/5/1936. His whole estate to his widow, Mary Dorothy Byrnes. She leased her husband's shop in High St, Strathalbyn to LB ROBERTS in 1946 Application 28472

BYRNES, Herbert Matthew farmer Currency Creek, died 4/3/1960 Ashford. Brother-in-law to Mary Dorothy Byrnes widow 33 Marleston Ave, Ashford Memorial 24/533

No 1

BYRNES, James farmer Currency Creek Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1889 Grant Book 37 Page 15 County Hindmarsh

BYRNES, James farmer Currency Creek 1890 Memorial 150/402

BYRNES, James farmer Currency Creek 1897 Application 23288

BYRNES, James farmer Currency Creek, died 21/8/1912. His sons in 1930 included William Henry Byrnes farmer Currency Creek aged 62 (2nd son); Edward McBeath Byrnes formerly butcher Goolwa now grazier Strathalbyn, aged 50; Herbert Matthew Byrnes farmer Currency Creek aged 44 Application 27814

BYRNES, James farmer Currency Creek, died 21/8/1912. Father of David John Byrnes, William Henry Byrnes, James Thomas Byrnes, Horace Samuel Byrnes, Lawrence Daniel Byrnes, Christina Ellen WALSH (wife of Thomas Joseph Walsh butcher Strathalbyn), Nita Mary BARTON married woman Pt Elliot, Edith Catherine Byrnes, Lillian Maud Byrnes and Edward McBeth Byrnes butcher Goolwa Memorial 174/503

BYRNES, JJ licensed victualler Gawler 1908 Memorial 71/460

No 1

BYRNES, Peter labourer Rice Creek near Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 257 County Victoria

BYRNES, Peter farmer Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1893 Grant Book 60 Page 261 County Victoria

BYRNES, Robert Wentworth grazier Knightsbridge 1928 Memorial 146/500

BYRT, Patrick labourer Portland Estate 1875 Application 14457.

BYRTH, Francis farmer near Nairne linked with William Byrth bootmaker Mannum 1917 Memorial 39/475

No 1

BYRTH, Thomas produce dealer Dawesley near Nairne 1885 Memorial 244/371

BYRTH, Thomas farmer Dawesley 1887 Memorial 123/382

BYRTH, Thomas farmer Dawesley 1892 Application 22427

BYRTH, William bootmaker formerly of Nairne but now of Mannum 1916, a son of Mary JONES formerly Byrth widow near Nairne who died 22/8/1915. Her other children included Francis Byrth of near Nairne, Thomas Byrth butcher Pt Broughton and Elizabeth BELL wife of John Bell of near Pt Broughton. Estate worth £1,800 Memorial 177/473 & Application 27952

BYWATERS, David Henry fireman Gawler South 1898 Application 23529

BYWATERS, Elizabeth Sarah widow Gawler South 1890 Memorial 229/401

BYWATERS, George Thomas carrier Gawler South 1880 Application 18211

BYWATERS, William farmer Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 30/144