Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

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

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

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Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

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Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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

Names Beginning  'Ca*' to 'Cha*'

CABELL, William Forster Lloyd gentleman of the Witzwater Rand Mine Transvaal South Africa presently residing in Adelaide 1914 linked with LLOYD, Thomas Furley Forster Esquire formerly of East Hale, England now of St Francis Island (A Miss Adelaide Lloyd of East Hale, Devon married Captain William Cabell of HM 12th Regiment, Denmark Hill, Camberwell, Middlesex on 8/8/1867 in Fremington, Devon). By 1914, the couple appear to have been separated - Col William Cabell lived in Harpford, near Ottery St Mary Devon and Mrs Cabell lived in Buckleigh, Abbotsham, Devon. WFL Cabell was their only son, only several years over 21; he had 3 sisters) Application 26302

CABEY, Thomas farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1870 Memorial 119/246

No 1

CABLE, Mary farmer Lake Wangary near Pt Lincoln 1885 Memorial 65/364

CABLE, Mary farmer Hundred of Warrow 1890 Memorial 230/402

No 1

CABLE, William of Pt Lincoln 1867 Memorial 173/225

CABLE, William farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1877[-1883] Grant Book 177 Page 8 County Flinders

CABOT, Alfred labourer Franklin Harbour Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 39 Page 85 County Jervois

CABOT, Eli formerly contractor Pt Lincoln but now out of business 185 Wakefield St, Adelaide 1946, declared that he had been born on Bramfield Station on 23/11/1877 and had lived on the West Coast all his life until his retirement in 1941. He had lived in Pt Lincoln between 1910-1916 as a builder and contractor, and then farmed at Lock until 1941 Application 28500

CABOT, Lydia Georgina widow Hundred of Way [Mrs Elias Cabot nee Lydia Georgina FORD] Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 48 Page 103 County Musgrave

No 1

CADD, Edmund shoemaker Angaston 1867 Application 8407

CADD, Edmund gentleman Angaston 1880 Application 18082

CADD, Edmund shoemaker Angaston 1884 Memorial 25/362

CADD, Edmund bootmaker Angaston 1908, declared that he had lived in Angaston continuously for at least 57 years. He claimed the credit for directing the Manager of Burton's Circus to approach the Angaston District Council for permission to hold their 3 night season in the town there some 50 years ago Application 25412

CADD, Edward blacksmith Angaston 1867 Memorial 119/227

No 1

CADD, Edward Hodges labourer Hundred of Dalrymple 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 139 County Fergusson

CADD, Edward Hodges labourer Ardrossan Muloowurtie (later Pine Point) township allotment land grant 1886[-1896] Grant Book 20 Page 32 County Fergusson

CADD, Ezekiel farmer near Talisker Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 136 County Fergusson

CADD, Hartley Anthony and Levis Clarence Wade Cadd farmers Agery near Moonta 1920 Memorial 83/480

CADD, Henry farmer Moonta. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

CADD, Thomas labourer Angaston 1853[-1867] Memorial 273/56, Application 8407

No 1

CADD, William farmer Myponga 1854[-1857] Memorial 111/64

CADD, William farmer Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 119/163

CADD, William of the Blow Holes [near Rapid Bay?] 1862 Memorial 1/187

CADD, William farmer formerly of Myponga 1857 but now of Second Valley 1866 Application 7510

No 1 – likely to be the same person

CADDEY, John James carpenter Milang 1857 Memorial 90/130

CADDEY, John and MABER, George carpenters Kingston S-E Lacepede Bay carrying on business as copartners owned land in West Milang 1861 Memorial 197/172

CADDEY, John James formerly carpenter Milang but then gentleman Adelaide 1864 Application 4809

CADDY, Arnold Jack farmer Sevenhill 1952, declared that he had lived at Sevenhill since 1945 Application 28868

No 1

CADDY, John storekeeper Kapunda 1880 Application 27849

CADDY, John storekeeper Kapunda 1904 Memorial 88/456

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CADDY, John Henry town inspector Kapunda 1911 Memorial 76/464

CADDY, John Henry farmer Sevenhill 1948 Memorial 86/522

CADELL, Francis Esquire formerly of New Zealand but now of Melbourne Vic, surrendered a £500 legacy he had received under the terms of the will of the late John TAYLOR formerly Esquire Ryelands near Kapunda now deceased 1866 Memorial 163/217

CADLEY, John of Mt Pleasant 1889 Memorial 224/400

CADWALLADER, Burton Evan station overseer Warrow near Pt Lincoln 1911 Application 25754

CADZOW, Elizabeth Steadman spinster Glen Osmond Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 82 County Dalhousie

CADZOW, James farmer near Orroroo 1886 Memorial 14/377

No 1

CADZOW, James Matthew farmer Mannanarie Co Dalhousie 1881 Memorial 66/330

CADZOW, James Matthew farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 230 County Dalhousie

No 1

CADZOW, Michael labourer Norwood 1867 Application 8096

CADZOW, Michael labourer Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 82 County Dalhousie

CAEN, Robert farmer Gawler Plains near Gawler 1856 Trustee for pt lot 230 Gawler, reserved for 'the Israelites and for the place of worship thereon erected and called The Israelites' Sanctuary' Memorial 289/101

CAESAROWICZ, Charles Ernest Edward compositor Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 19 County Adelaide

CAFFREY, Cornelius farmer McLaren Vale 1907 Application 25379

CAFFREY, John farmer Aldinga 1957, declared that he had lived there for more than 30 years Application 29228

CAFFREY, Patrick yeoman Yankalilla 1871[-1874] Memorial 243/254

CAFFYN, William miller Aldinga 1867 Memorial 190/218

No 1

CAGE, John servant married Mary PERKINS on 10/10/1827 St Mary-le-Bone parish church, Middlesex, England. Only surviving child, Mary Jane CAGE born in St Pancras in 1838. John Cage died in August 1838 Exeter St, Chelsea, Middlesex, England. His widow and daughter emigrated to SA, where Mary Cage died 5/6/1875 Magill intestate. Her daughter, Mary Jane Cage, married Samuel COOK labourer Magill 17/9/1863 St John's Adelaide. Harriet BROWN wife of William Voules Brown of Brighton gave much of this information and declared that she was a sister to Mrs John Cage 1881. By 1904, Samuel Cook had moved to Meadows as out of business Application 24757

Children of Mary Jane Cook nee CAGE and Samuel Cage: Alice Jane POYNER wife of Arthur John Poyner gardener Aldgate; Mary Emma SMITH wife of Joseph Fox Smith machinist James St, New Parkside; Edward James Cook civil servant Marion St, New Parkside; Annie Elizabeth WALTERS wife of William Henry Walters cabinetmaker Petersburg; Samuel John Perkins COOK farmer Meadows 1904 Application 24757.

CAGE, Mary widow Magill 1867 Application 8244

CAHALAN, James Joseph butcher and drover Kapunda 1934[-1943] Memorial 131/507

CAHILL, Bernard Daniel grazier Willochra linked with John Cahill farmer Quorn and Margaret Florence Cahill his wife and John James Cahill farmer Quorn 1909 Memorial 72/461

No 1

CAHILL, Dennis labourer North Adelaide 1875 Application 14482

CAHILL, Dennis labourer North Adelaide and Bridget Cahill his wife 1911 Application 26001

No 1

CAHILL, Edward general dealer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 399/26

CAHILL, Edward farmer Morphett Vale 1852[-1859] Memorial 123/43, Application 400

CAHILL, Edward the Elder farmer Morphett Vale, died 5/10/1867. His wife, Honora Cahill, died 4/1/1908, of years' heart disease and 3 days' heart failure, aged 75. Born Co Clare, Ireland. In SA 50 years. Married at 19 years. 3 sons and 1 daughter living. 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased. Their son, Edward Cahill the Younger farmer Eurelia 1913 Application 26219

CAHILL, Edward farmer Morphett Vale, died 5/10/1867. Various estate to his wife, Honora Cahill, eldest son Thomas Cahill, 3d son Edward Cahill, apparently youngest sons John Cahill and Denis Cahill (probably still minors), and daughers Elizabeth Cahill and Sarah Cahill Memorial 212/377

CAHILL, Honora widow near Hackham 1906 Memorial 112/456

No 1

CAHILL, Ellen widow Franklin St, Adelaide 1846 Memorial 63/7

CAHILL, Ellen widow Adelaide (Franklin St) 1846 later wife of John Maloney labourer Unley 1873 Application 12819

CAHILL, EA [perhaps Edward Augustine] farmer Eurelia 1897 Memorial 95/431

No 1

CAHILL, James blacksmith Adelaide, rented pt 79 (4 acres) on South Road at the Sturt River from Henry JOHNSON of Adelaide, for 7 years from 17/11/1849 at £40 a year Application 22040

CAHILL, James publican Blacksmith’s Arms Sturt River 1850 Memorial 301/28

CAHILL, James publican The Farrier’s Arms Sturt River 1851 Memorial 278/30

No 2

CAHILL, James farmer Mt Pleasant 1879[-1896] Memorial 11/319

CAHILL, James farmer Erin Park Mt Pleasant, died c1915. Father of Terrance Cahill and Mary AHEARN nee Cahill married woman Elizabeth St, Norwood Memorial 187/481

No 1

CAHILL, John licensed victualler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 90/76

No 2

CAHILL, John farmer Blyth Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 225 County Victoria

No 2 - perhaps the same person

CAHILL, John carrier Pt Augusta Co Frome. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 12 County Newcastle

CAHILL, John farmer and dealer Quorn. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 30 County Newcastle

CAHILL, John butcher Quorn. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 30 County Newcastle

CAHILL, John stockowner Quorn 1886[-1887] Memorial 155/375

CAHILL, John farmer Quorn 1893 Memorial 50/419

No 3

CAHILL, John farmer Crystal Brook 1881 Memorial 36/332

No 1

CAHILL, Michael of Adelaide and Mary Ann Cahill his wife formerly Mary Ann O'SHAUGHNESSY 1857[-1870] Memorial 6/120

No 2

CAHILL, Michael labourer Willaston 1868 Application 9544

No 1

CAIN, Daniel farmer Angaston 1851. Enrolment 8/32

CAIN, Daniel farmer Angaston 1852[-1857] Memorial 357/40.

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CAIN, Edward labourer North Adelaide 1848 Memorial 45/13 Dairyman North Adelaide by 1849 Memorial 239/17

CAIN, Edward farmer North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 179/83

CAIN, Edward farmer Peachey Belt 1854 Memorial 267/75

CAIN, Edward labourer North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 283/118

Farmer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 327/118

CAIN, Edward farmer Butcher Gap near Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 153/174

CAIN, Edward the Elder and Edward Cain the Younger farmers Hundred of Gilbert 1863 Memorial 112/190

CAIN, Edward formerly labourer North Adelaide 1848 but now farmer Marrabel 1865. He could not write Application 6544

CAIN, Edward the Elder farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1865 Application 6560

CAIN, Edward farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light, died 5/6/1866 Memorial 173/218

CAIN, Henry gardener Donnybrook near Clare 1865 Application 6745

No 1

CAIN, John farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 169/104

CAIN, John farmer Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 134/197

CAIN, John farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Application 5982

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CAIN, John of Harrogate 1869 Memorial 146/236

No 1

CAIN, Martin farmer Reynella 1875[-1881] Memorial 131/286

CAIN, Martin of Reynella, District Clerk of Morphett Vale 1886 Application 27404

CAIN, Martin farmer Reynella 1886 Application 21004

CAIN, Martin clerk of the district council Noarlunga 1883 Farmer Reynella 1887 Memorials 16 & 17/386

CAIN, Martin farmer Reynella, died 22/5/1916. Husband of Mary Elizabeth Cain, who died 5/2/1918. Father of Martin Levi Cain formerly storekeeper but now out of business Norwood; Ezra Daniel Cain formerly coachman but now labourer Magill; Mary Edith Ann Jane TANK farmer Marion; Thomas James Cain farmer Morphett Vale (contractor 1918); and George William Cain farmer South Wandering Road near Pingelly WA as of 1916 Memorials 52 & 53/477

CAIN, Martin farmer Reynella, died 22/5/1916. 'I recommend my soul into the hands of the Almighty God who gave it to me and the disposal of my body I leave to the entire direction of my friends.' His wife, Mary Ann Cain, to have a life interest in his entire estate, then to his children in equal shares - Martin Levi Cain storekeeper Norwood; Ezra Daniel Cain coachman Magill; Mary Edith Ann Jane TANK farmer Marion; Thomas James Cain farmer Morphett Vale; George William Cain farmer South Wandering Road near Pingelly WA. Estate worth £900 Application 27145

No 2

CAIN, M JP of Morphett Vale 1899 Memorial 40/438

CAIN, Martin farmer Morphett Vale 1918 Memorial 37/477

No 3

CAIN, Martin farmer Section 345 Hundred of Light 1864 Memorial 127/196

CAIN, Patrick labourer Humphrey Springs Hundred of Alma land grant 1861 Grant Book 26 Page 11 County Gawler

No 1

CAIN, Thomas mechanist Adelaide 1843 Memorial 482/2

No 2

CAIN, Thomas farmer Section 536 Survey B 1853 Memorial 461/55

CAIN, Thomas farmer Section 536 South Road 1856 Memorial 68/102

No 1

CAIN, Thomas James farmer Morphett Vale 1906 Memorial 112/456

CAIN, Thomas James contractor Reynella 1921[-1923] Memorial 151/483, Application 27145

CAIN, Thomas James farmer Reynella 1927 Memorial 106/497

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CAIN, William watchmaker Bordertown 1888 Memorial 144/390

CAIN (not KAIN), William watchmaker Farina 1889 Memorial 13/399

No 1

CAIN, WD draper's assistant Adelaide linked with Catherine Cain widow North Adelaide 1882 Memorial 14/338

CAIN, William David mercer Mitcham 1912 Memorial 118/467

CAIN, Catherine widow Adelaide 1858[-1864] Memorial 229/170

CAINE, Henry miner Tungkillo Mine Reedy Creek 1851 Memorial 428/35.

CAINE, James mason Woodside 1861 Application 2107

CAINES, George farmer Warnertown. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1889 Grant Book 60 Page 392 County Victoria

No 1

CAINS, Henry yeoman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 314/44

CAINS, Henry police constable Adelaide (Gilles St) 1856 Memorial 31/112

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CAINS, Henry gardener Richmond 1882 Memorial 25/345

CAIRE, John William saddler Pt Adelaide 1905 Application 25063

No 1 - probably the same person

CAIRE, Nicholas John photographer Adelaide 1868 Memorial 176/227

CAIRE, Nicholas John of Kensington 1869 Memorial 146/245

CAIRE, William Nicholas saddler Pt Adelaide 1925 Application 27435

CAIRNS, Edward clerk to Messrs HANSON & HICKS solicitors Adelaide 1853 Memorial 132/49

CAIRNS, Elizabeth licensed victualler Adelaide (Supreme Court Hotel Gouger St) 1896 Memorial 104/249

CAIRNS, Hugh labourer Encounter Bay 1842 Memorial 76/2

No 1

CAIRNS, John Campbell clerk Adelaide 1880[-1887] Memorial 185/327

CAIRNS, JC accountant Adelaide 1892[-1895] Memorial 173/413

CAIRNS, John Campbell accountant Adelaide (Gladstone Chambers, Pirie St) 1909 Application 25555

CAIRNS, Robert shepherd Rivoli Bay 1846 Memorial 27/7

No 1

CAIRNS, William husbandman Hindmarsh 1839 Application 15879

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

CAIRNS, William iron and brass founder Goolwa 1864 Application 5848

CAIRNS, William engineer Adelaide (Alfred St) 1877 Memorial 141/298

CAIRNZ, Catherine Amelia spinster Hackney 1859 Application 341

CAISE, William farmer Peachey Belt Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 110/83

CAITHERO, Joseph labourer Kilkenny 1862 Application 3434

CAKEBREAD, CJ of Encounter Bay 1913 Memorial 78/468

No 1

CAKEBREAD, Henry tram driver Walkerville linked with James Walton Cakebread farmer Encounter Bay 1902 Memorial 95/445

CAKEBREAD, Elizabeth widow Encounter Bay, died 16/12/1892 intestate. Mother of Henry Cakebread tram driver Walkerville and James Walton Cakebread farmer Encounter Bay Memorial 50/420

CAKEBREAD, James Walton farmer Encounter Bay 1893 Application 22480

CAKEBREAD, James Walton farmer Encounter Bay 1918, son of James Pullinger Cakebread farmer Encounter Bay (who died 11/6/1870 of apoplexy) and Elizabeth Cakebread (who died 16/12/1892 intestate). Three children of the marriage - JW Cakebread, Henry Cakebread Municipal Tramways Trust employee formerly tram driver now labourer Walkerville, and Helen ROBERTS wife of William Lampard Roberts railway guard formerly of Petersburgh now of Kadina (married 27/4/1882). JW Cakebread was born on 31/10/1850 at Encounter Bay Application 26562

CAKEBREAD, James Walton farmer Encounter Bay 1916 Memorial 200/474

CAKEBREAD, John farmer Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 116/225

No 1

CAKEBREAD, Sydney Lawrence farmer Victor Harbor 1911 Application 25909

CAKEBREAD, Sydney Lawrence farmer Yankalilla 1935 Memorial 49/509

No 1

CALABY, Henry farmer Mt Barker 1855[-1861] Memorial 5/87

CALABY, Henry farmer formerly of Mt Barker but now of Unley 1858 Memorial 223/139

CALABY, Henry farmer Unley and Phoebe Calaby his wife 1858[-1859] Memorial 98/136

CALABY, Henry gardener Unley and Phoebe Callaby his wife 1859 Memorial 21/153

CALABY, Henry gentleman Adelaide (Stafford St off South Tce) and Phoebe Calaby his wife. Sarah Ann Calaby mentioned but not described 1861 Memorial 55/252

CALABY, Phoebe widow formerly of Unley but now of Norwood 1874 Memorial 118/275

CALABY, John farmer Macclesfield 1893[-1904] Memorial 13/417, Application 24761

No 1

CALABY, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1863 Memorial 270/191

CALABY, Thomas labourer Pt Lincoln and Janet Calaby of the Bugle Ranges his wife 1883 Application 19631

CALCRAFT, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 46/91

No 1

CALDER, Andrew Lawson salesman Glenelg 1894 Memorial 79/422

CALDER, Andrew Lawson confectioner and caterer Adelaide (Pt TA 81 Rundle St) 1903 Memorial 83/448

CALDER, Andrew Lawson formerly confectioner but now commission agent Adelaide 1907 Memorial 24/457

No 1

CALDER, James baker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 74/55

CALDER, James of Rundle St, Adelaide 1858 Memorial 350/140

CALDER, James confectioner Adelaide 1860 Memorial 277/167

CALDER, James baker Adelaide 1863[-1874] Memorial 113/191

CALDER, James baker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1876 Memorial 89/2909

CALDER, James gentleman Hackney, died c1889 Memorial 183/415

No 2

CALDER, James the Younger storekeeper Stansbury Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 197 County Fergusson

CALDER, James the Younger storekeeper Stansbury trustee Institute Stansbury township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 463 County Fergusson

CALDER, James the Younger storekeeper Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CALDER, John surveyor Adelaide 1840 Of Pt Adelaide 1844 Application 22921

CALDER, John Esquire Pt Adelaide 1844 Memorial 63/4

CALDER, John merchant Adelaide 1848 Memorial 349/10

CALDER, John storekeeper Robe 1849 Memorial 436/21

No 2

CALDER, John surveyor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 69/336

CALDER, William Cormack reporter Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 301 County Not named

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CALDERWOOD, Alexander carpenter Magill 1845[-1856] Memorial 370/4

CALDERWOOD, Alexander wheelwright Magill 1846[-1873] Memorial 12/81

CALDERWOOD, Alexander gardener Magill 1853[-1857] Memorial 460/50

CALDERWOOD, Alexander poundkeeper Magill 1860 Application 1294

CALDERWOOD, Alexander farmer Stony Creek near Woodside [perhaps near Section 69 Hundred of Onkaparinga] 1864 Memorial 313/192

CALDERWOOD, Alexander farmer formerly of Magill but now of Stony Creek 1868 Memorial 183/228

CALDERWOOD, Alexander labourer Stony Creek 1869 Application 9670

CALDERWOOD, Alexander formerly carpenter Magill 1847 but now farmer Condowie Plains 1876 Application 15529

CALDERWOOD, Alexander farmer Condowie Plains 1880 Memorial 149/333

CALDERWOOD, Alexander farmer Condowie Plains Hundred of Barunga land grants 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 461 County Daly

CALDERWOOD, Alexander formerly wheelwright Magill but now farmer Condowie Plains 1887 Memorial 191/386

CALDERWOOD, Alexander the Elder farmer near Blyth 1890 Memorial 83/403

CALDERWOOD, Alexander the Elder gentleman Blyth, died 15/10/1891. Father of John Calderwood farmer Blyth. Estate worth £700 1892 Memorial 188/412

CALDERWOOD, Alexander the Younger Mundoora 1901[-1903] Memorial 126/442

CALDERWOOD, Alexander the Younger farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 271 County Daly

No 1

CALDERWOOD, David builder Magill 1846 Memorial 84/7

CALDERWOOD, David carpenter Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 355/12

No 2

CALDERWOOD, David farmer Chain of Ponds linked with Robert BURNS and George ROBERTSON farmers Chain of Ponds 1845 Memorial 240/5

CALDERWOOD, David farmer Adelaide 1847. Section 304 Wakefield Special Survey land grant Memorial 157/8

No 1

CALDERWOOD, John of Condowie Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 266 County Daly

CALDERWOOD, John farmer Hundred of Boucaut Co Stanley 1887 Memorial 91/383

CALDERWOOD, John farmer Blyth 1890[-1894] Memorial 96/402

CALDICOTT, Alfred Jolly gentleman Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant Memorial 376/83

CALDICOTT, Robert Henry gardener Forest Range 1893, eldest son and heir at law of Alfred Jolly Caldicott no description Application 22503

No 1

CALDWELL, Ann widow near Mt Torrens 1859[-1862] Memorial 196/157

CALDWELL, Ann farmer Mt Torrens 1863[-1864] Memorial 222/191

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CALDWELL, Alexander carpenter Strathalbyn 1885 Application 20717

CALDWELL, Alexander undertaker Strathalbyn 1885 Application 20916

CALDWELL, Archibald printer Narracoorte 1880 Memorial 143/326

CALDWELL, Dugald law clerk Narracoorte 1886[-1890] Memorial 91/379

No 1 - the Elder

CALDWELL, James labourer Stepney 1852[-1857] Memorial 452/40.

CALDWELL, James farmer Norwood Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 59 County Gawler

CALDWELL, James farmer Hundred of Alma 1860 Application 1483

CALDWELL, James farmer Gilbert River 1861 Memorial 165/175

No 3 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

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

CALDWELL, James the Elder farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 85 County Fergusson

No 2 – the Younger

CALDWELL, James the Younger farmer Troubridge trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 488 County Fergusson

CALDWELL, James the Younger farmer Diamond Lake Hundred of Melville 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 72 County Fergusson

CALDWELL, James the Younger farmer Alma Plains Hundred of Melville land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 84 County Fergusson

CALDWELL, James the Younger farmer Honiton Yorke Peninsula 1886 Memorial 228/379

No 1

CALDWELL, John of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 289/17

No 2

CALDWELL, John gentleman Unley, died 17./11/1875 Memorial 115/287

No 3

CALDWELL, John undertaker Strathalbyn 1938 Memorial 174/512

CALDWELL, John carpenter Strathalbyn 1947 Memorial 60/522

No 1

CALDWELL, Matthew farmer Gumeracha 1851 Memorial 72/38.

CALDWELL, John and William farmers near Gumeracha youngest sons of the late Matthew Caldwell formerly farmer Gumeracha but now deceased and his wife, now Anne Caldwell widow near Gumeracha 1867 Memorials 149/75 189/220

No 2

CALDWELL, Matthew labourer Adelaide 1868 Application 9122

No 1

CALDWELL, Robert merchant Melbourne Vic 1854[-1861] Memorial 261/78

No 2

CALDWELL, Robert farmer Edithburgh Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 489 County Fergusson

No 3 – perhaps continuation of No 2

CALDWELL, Robert gentleman Onkaparinga Valley near Woodside, died 2/11/1909. Estate worth £1,570. Father of William Alexander Caldwell telegraph operator Hughes St, North Unley Memorial 6/465

No 1

CALDWELL, William farmer Alma Plains Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 72 County Fergusson

CALDWELL, William farmer Edithburgh Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

No 1

CALEY, WF bank manager Narracoorte 1871 Memorial 99/257

CALEY, William Frederick banker Narracoorte 1871 Application 11233

CALF, Frederick clerk to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1850[-1858] Memorial 296/26

No 1

CALF, John gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 364/78

CALF, John gentleman Unley 1856[-1857] Memorial 215/101

CALF, John gentleman Mitcham 1861 Application 2200

CALF, John gentleman Mitcham 1861[-1876] Memorial 271/173

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CALLAGHAN, Dennis farmer Peachey Belt 1853[-1856] Memorial 352/48

CALLAGHAN, Dennis labourer Section 70 Hundred of Waterloo 1856 Memorial 117/107

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CALLAGHAN, James farmer Adelaide (West Tce) 1853[-1857] Hundred of Clare land grant Memorial 209/47

CALLAGHAN, James farmer Dirty Light 1856[-1860] Memorial 385/96

No 1

CALLAGHAN, Jeremiah farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 301/52

CALLAGHAN, Jeremiah of Virginia 1858 Memorial 309/142

CALLAGHAN, Jeremiah wheelwright Virginia 1866 Memorial 174/211

CALLAGHAN, Jeremiah wheelwright Gawler 1869 Application 10297

CALLAGHAN, Jeremiah wheelwright Gawler West 1877[-1879] Memorial 96/300

CALLAGHAN, Jeremiah wheelwright Gawler. PJ Callaghan mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 151/376

No 1

CALLAGHAN, John labourer Hectorville 1863[-1868] Memorial 298/188

CALLAGHAN, John formerly labourer 1863 now gardener Hectorville 1872 Application 12214

CALLAGHAN, John farmer Hectorville 1872 Memorial 115/261

No 2

CALLAGHAN, John Sergeant in the 50th Regiment Adelaide m Frances JACKSON widow Adelaide on 28/11/1868 at Holy Trinity Adelaide. Mrs Jackson owned/leased the Old Queen's Arms Hotel Wright St Memorial 72/236

No 1

CALLAGHAN, Julia spinster Gawler South 1904 Memorial 101/452

CALLAGHAN, Julia spinster formerly of Gawler but now of Glenelg 1920 Memorial 15/480

No 1

CALLAGHAN, Owen cabinetmaker Gawler nephew of Jane MORRISSEY widow Navan Town 1894[-1895] Memorial 154/420

CALLAGHAN, Owen cabinetmaker Gawler 1902 Memorial 66/446

CALLAGHAN, Patrick gentleman Springbank near Adelaide 1870 Memorial 177/249

CALLAGHAN, Patrick Richard farmer Boolcunda 1886 Memorial 200/375

CALLARD, William blacksmith Salisbury 1875 Memorial 178/280

No 1

CALLARY, Philip Aloysius clerk Rhynie Chapmanton (Hundred of Arkaba) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 33 Page 28 County Hanson

CALLARY, Philip Aloysius storekeeper Petersburg 1885[-1887] Memorial 240/372

CALLARY, Philip Aloysius storekeeper Petersburg, died 26/5/1889. He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Matilda Callary Memorial 134/397

No 1

CALLAWAY, Benjamin painter and glazier Littlehampton 1853 Memorial 43/51

CALLAWAY, Benjamin painter Littlehampton 1854[-1855] Memorial 415/64

CALLAWAY, Benjamin painter Mt Barker 1869 Application 9986

No 1

CALLAWAY, John publican Kooringa 1879 Memorial 27/320

CALLAWAY, John licensed victualler Kooringa, died 13/4/ 1883 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Elizabeth Callaway, to settle his £500 estate Memorial 128/351

CALLENDER, James merchant Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 261/78

CALLERY, Edward Andrew farmer Riverton, aged 56 in 1956, declared that the Roman Catholics in the district had used Allotment 147 Navan Town Hundred of Gilbert as a burial ground during the whole of his lifetime Application 29189

CALLERY, Patrick labourer Petersburg Hundred of Yongala land grant 1909 Grant Book 13 Page 210 County Dalhousie

No 1

CALLERY, Philip labourer Cudlee Creek Co Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Co Light Memorial 413/55

CALLERY, Philip farmer Gilbert River 1861 Memorial 389/179

CALLERY, Philip farmer formerly of Cudlee Creek 1852 but now of near Riverton 1867 Application 8139

CALLERY, Ann widow Riverton Co Light [Mrs Philip Callery nee Ann MCMAHON]. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 121 County Victoria

No 1

CALLERY, Philip Aloysius clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 4 County Blachford

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

CALLERY, Philip Aloysius storekeeper Petersburg 1886[-1889] Memorial 142/377

CALLERY, Philip A JP storekeeper Petersburg 1887 Memorial 99/384

CALLERY, Susan widow near Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CALLERY, Thomas farmer Riverton 1858 Memorial 288/144

CALLERY, Thomas of Wirreanda 1888 Memorial 129/394

CALLESS, William of Skillogolee Creek 1877 Memorial 32/303

CALLEY, John Ralph of Angas St, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 270/200

No 1

CALLIER, Pierre Joseph farmer Mudla Wirra 1863 Memorial 274/191

CALLIER, Pierre Joseph teacher Linwood Miranda township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 786 County Frome

CALLEIR, Peter Joseph linked with Section 8 Hundred of Winninowie Co Frome 1882 Memorial 213/338

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CALLIGAN, James miller East Auburn 1856 Memorial 18/102

CALLIGAN, James butcher Narridy probably trustee RC Church Narridy Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 486 County Victoria

CALLIGAN, Matthew farmer Blyth 1886 Memorial 149/380

No 1

CALLINAN, Michael labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1875[-1877] Memorial 247/297

CALLINAN, Michael the Elder labourer Paradise, died 12/8/1891. His estate worth £170 to his two children, Michael Callinan the Younger and Margaret Callinan in equal shares. Husband of Mary Callinan [who was still living at Paradise in 1905]. His sister, Mary MCGLENCY, was the wife of James McGlency labourer New Thebarton. Michael Callinan could not write Application 24955

No 1

CALLOW, John clerk Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 305/122

CALLOW, John clerk Section 396 Survey B 1857 Memorial 25/126

CALLOW, John accountant Kooringa 1862 Application 2930

CALLOW, John clerk to Messrs STOW, BRUCE & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1866 Memorial 171/236

CALLOW, John clerk to Messrs STOW & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1868 Memorial 230/228

CALLOW, John Henry out of business 57 Alison St, St Leonards, aged 67 in 1939 Application 28217

CALLOW, Robert farmer Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 413/76

CALLUM, George carrier Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 252/52

No 1

CALNAN, Charles and Michael farmers, Mary Ann spinster Kingscote 1855. Land grant for broad acres on Cygnet River. Enrolment 55/42

CALNAN, Charles and Michael farmers Kangaroo Island 1856 Memorial 248/106

CALNAN, Eliza widow Kangaroo Island relict of the late John Calnan formerly of Kangaroo Island 1854. Linked with Michael Calnan sheep farmer Kangaroo Island Memorial 188/74

CALNAN, Charles sheep farmer Kangaroo Island and Michael Calnan sheep farmer Yorke Peninsula 1884. Their sister Mary Ann Calnan 31 Kangaroo Island (Father: Jeremiah Calnan) married Gilbert CLARK 31 farmer Kangaroo Island (Father: John Clark) on 7/10/1865 Holy Trinity Anglican Church Adelaide. Witnesses: James N SMART master The Murray and CR MATTINSON of Kensington. By 1884, the Clarks were farmers at Kingarooma Launceston Tasmania Application 20377

No 1

CALNAN, Michael farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 64 County Fergusson

CALNAN, Michael farmer Salt Creek 1875 Memorial 87/286

CALNAN, Michael farmer Weaner Flat Coobowie township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 446 County Fergusson

CALNAN, Michael farmer Kangaroo Island Hundred of Melville land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 81 County Fergusson

CALTON, Amy spinster Adelaide 1871 Application 11412

No 1

CALTON, Charles innkeeper Adelaide 1842 Memorial 444/1

CALTON, Charles farmer Brighton 1848[-1853] Memorial 133/11

CALTON, Charles innkeeper formerly of Adelaide, but now of Pt Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 487/32

CALTON, Charles formerly of Brighton but now licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 261/50

No 1

CALTON, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1840 Memorial 130/159

CALTON, Henry licensed victualler Gawler 1843 Memorial 306/3

CALTON, Henry auctioneer Gawler 1850 Memorial 266/23

CALTON, Henry clerk of the court Gawler 1851 Memorial 338/30

CALTON, Henry auctioneer Gawler, had died by 1875. Father of Sarah LANE nee Calton wife of Francis Lane wheelwright Tea Tree Gully and Sophia Calton spinster Norwood Memorial 99/280

CALTON, Henry married Catherine nee ? on 26/8/1837 Southwark, Surrey, England. The family emigrated to SA. Henry Calton auctioneer Gawler, died 12/6/1852 intestate. Two surviving daughters - Sarah Lane wife of Francis LANE wheelwright Tea Tree Gully; and Sophia Calton spinster 1875. Mrs Henry Calton remarried to ? MUDIE. By 1875, she was a widow living on Beulah Rd, Norwood Application 14091

No 1

CALTON, Sarah spinster Gawler 1842 Memorial 482/2

CALTON, Sarah spinster formerly of Gawler, but now of Adelaide 1852 Enrolment 63/33

CALTON, Thomas gentleman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 447/56

CALTON, William the Younger farmer McLaren Vale 1848 Memorial 300/10

No 1

CALVERT, James Wesleyan Minister Woodbridge, Suffolk, England 1860 Memorial 1/164

CALVERT, James Wesleyan Methodist Minister formerly of Ovalan Fiji then of Adelaide but now about to proceed to England 1866 Memorial 186/209

CALVERT, Samuel artist Adelaide 1851 Memorial 263/58

No 1

CALVERT, William gentleman Allyford Farm near Adelaide 1843. [Was this in the Little Para Special Survey??] Memorial 400/2

CALVERT, William gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 189/37.

CALVERT, William gentleman Little Para 1852 Memorial 453/42.

No 1

CAMAC, James and John farmers Bonney Flat [near Balhannah] 1867 Memorial 41/224

CAMAC, James farmer Balhannah, in possession of pt Sections 3936, 4023, and 4048 Hundred of Onkaparinga, under the will of John Camac farmer Bonney Flat 1872. William HAY had a mineral lease over the land for 14 years from 21/9/1869. Thomas Camac farmer Balhannah about to become owner of part of this land under the will of John CAMAC. Mention of Road Gully as a right of way for the late John Camac Application 12300.

CAMAC, James and CAMAC, Thomas farmers near Balhannah 1872 had a right of way through Road Gully along the eastern boundary of Section 3936 Hundred of Onkaparinga Application 12300

CAMAC, James market gardener Bonney Flat near Balhannah and Jane Ann Camac his wife 1896 daughter of the late Robert KAY sawyer near Balhannah, who died c1892 intestate. Her mother, Jane Ann Kay, was apparently still alive in 1896 Application 23155

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CAMAC, John farmer Balhannah 1850[-1853]. He bought 3 land grant sections 1853/1854, on the north-west edge of the Mt Barker Special Survey Enrolments 75 & 76/50

Farmer Bonney Flat near Balhannah 1852[-1854] Memorial 304/44

CAMAC, John of Bonney Flat leased Section 4048 Hundred of Onkaparinga to the East Balhannah Mining Co for 2 years at £20 a year with right to purchase for £20 at any time 1872 Memorial 42/264

CAMAC, John formerly the Younger out of business Prospect stated: his father, John CAMAC the Elder married his mother Kate WEBB in London, England. John Camac the Younger was born in London and came with his parents to SA in 1839. Other sons, Thomas and James, born at Balhannah SA. Sister Mary Camac born in Adelaide, and Kate Camac, who died in infancy. Mary Camac m George THEOBALD 23/2/1925 Deposit 15/1925.

CAMAC, Stanley Stewart fruitgrower Balhannah 1953 Memorial 100/528

CAMACK, John farmer near Kapunda 1860 Memorial 54/168

CAMBRELL, A storekeeper Mannum and Elizabeth Ellis Cambrell his wife 1925 Memorial 167/492

CAMBRELL, Elizabeth Ellis married woman formerly of 217 South Tce, Adelaide but now of Glenelg 1924 Memorial 36/492

No 1

CAMENS, William mason Gawler Dublin township alloltment land grant 1873 Grant Book 27 Page 484 County Gawler

CAMENS, William builder Hackney 1880 Memorial 95/325, Application 18196

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CAMERON, Alexander farmer Mosquito Plains 1850 Memorial 437/221

Sheep farmer Penola Mosquito Plains 1853[-1855] Memorial 427/69

CAMERON, Alexander of Limestone Ridge 1851[-1854] Memorial 3/37

Linked with Duncan Cameron sheep farmer Penola 1854 Memorial 45/70

CAMERON, Alexander sheep farmer Muskillo Plains [perhaps in the S-E near Penola?]. Donald A Cameron mentioned but not described 1854 Memorial 64/257

CAMERON, Alexander sheep farmer Mosquito Plains 1857[-1860] Donald A Cameron mentioned but not described Memorial 295/123

CAMERON, Alexander sheep farmer Penola linked with Duncan Cameron sheep farmer Portland Vic 1859 Memorial 271/157

CAMERON, Alexander stockholder Penola Hundred of Penola land grant 1859 Grant Book 29 Page 9 County Grey

CAMERON, Alexander stockholder Penola 1862[-1881] Memorial 102/286

CAMERON, Alexander the Younger Esquire Penola 1854 Memorial 34/71

CAMERON, Alexander the Younger sheep farmer Limestone Ridge 1859 Memorial 272/157

CAMERON, Alexander sheep farmer formerly of Mosquito Plains but now of Penola 1860 Memorial 20/165

CAMERON, Alexander Esquire formerly of Penola but now of Pentridge Vic 1864[-1867] Memorial 208/199

CAMERON, Alexander Esquire Victoria. He owned land in the Hundred of Penola 1867 Memorial 108/226

CAMERON, Alexander Esquire formerly of Penola but now of Pentridge Vic 1868 Application 9059

CAMERON, Alexander Esquire formerly of Penola but now of Pentridge Vic 1868 Application 9059

CAMERON, Alexander formerly sheep farmer Mosquito Plains 1850 but now gentleman Pentridge Vic 1869 Application 10009

CAMERON, Alexander gentleman formerly of Mosquito Plains but now of Pentridge Vic 1870 Application 11091

CAMERON, Alexander gentleman formerly of Mosquito Plains but now of Pentridge Vic 1870 Application 11091

CAMERON, Alexander stockholder formerly of Penola 1862 but now of Coburg Vic 1873 Application 12507

CAMERON, Alexander stockholder Warrayure Station near Dunkeld Vic, died 2/9/1881 Memorial 2/345 & Application 28088

CAMERON, Alexander formerly sheepfarmer Mosquito Plains by 1851 later stockholder Warrayure Station near Dunkeld Vic, died 2/9/1881. Likely that John Cameron stockholder Warrayure Station was a son 1885 Application 20682

No 2

CAMERON, Alexander farmer Tea Tree Farm Hundred of Myponga 1858 Memorial 13/137

CAMERON, Alexander farmer Myponga 1858 Memorial 145/146

CAMERON, Alexander farmer Myponga 1860 Application 1481

No 5

CAMERON, Alexander contractor Penola 1877[-1896] Memorial 181/326, Application 23085

CAMERON, Alexander Ewen farmer near Strathalbyn 1917 Application 26583

No 1

CAMERON, Allan station manager Cantara 1942 Memorial 16/522

CAMERON, Allan formerly station manager Cantara Station but now grazier Wattle Range near Millicent 1950 Application 28764

No 1

CAMERON, Angus farmer Tothill Creek Hundred of Waterloo 1853[-1861] Memorial 129/188

CAMERON, Angus farmer Hundred of Waterloo Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 385 County Light

CAMERON, Angus farmer Sources of the Dirty Light 1861 Memorial 13/177

No 2

CAMERON, Angus farmer Narracoorte 1886 Memorial 63/374

CAMERON, Angus the Younger butcher Narracoorte 1892 Memorial 225/414

No 1

CAMERON, Ann widow Wattle Range near Penola 1867 Application 8066

CAMERON, Alexandrina spinster Penola linked with the late Ann Cameron formerly widow Penola but now deceased 1896 Memorial 17/427

No 1

CAMERON, Benjamin Finlay farmer Point Sturt Congregational Church member 1859 Memorial 79/162

CAMERON, Benjamin Finlay engineer Milang 1873 Memorial 116/264

No 1

CAMERON, Campbell Bowman yeoman Campbelltown 1860 Memorial 122/163 Gardener Campbelltown 1861 Memorial 291/170

CAMERON, Campbell Bowman formerly yeoman 1860 but now gardener 1866 Application 7705

No 1

CAMERON, CB greengrocer Queenstown 1882 Application 19366

CAMERON, Caroline widow Angaston 1889 Application 21720

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CAMERON, Catherine and Christina spinsters Lower Finniss Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 465 County Hindmarsh

CAMERON, Catherine spinster Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 112 County Robe

CAMERON, Charles Henry farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 6 County Chandos

CAMERON, David carpenter Little Para 1849 Memorial 106/18

CAMERON, Donald Charles farmer Balaklava 1890 Memorial 227/402

No 1

CAMERON, Dugald formerly shepherd Crower 1863 but now overseer near Kingston Lacepede Bay 1871 Application 11387

CAMERON, Dugald farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 112 County Robe

No 1

CAMERON, Duncan stockholder Penola 1854 Memorial 391/73

No 2

CAMERON, Duncan of the Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858 Memorial 183/142

CAMERON, Duncan farmer Wattle Flat Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858 Hundred of Kondoparinga District School trustee Memorial 55/152

CAMERON, Edmund Albyn bank manager formerly of Fremantle WA but now of Sydney NSW 1906 Memorial 158/455

CAMERON, Elvyn McGillivray assistant clerk to the Mt Barker District Council 1935 Application 279

CAMERON, Eugenie C school teacher Norton Summit 1934 Memorial 139/507

CAMERON, Eileen Florence married woman formerly of 106 Hindley St, Adelaide now of Modbury 1950 Application 28745

No 1

CAMERON, Ewen stockholder Wattle Range near Penola 1856 Memorial 214/108

CAMERON, Ewen stockholder Krongart Hundred of Grey land grant 1861[-1862] Grant Book 30 Page 347 County Grey

No 2 – the Elder

CAMERON, Ewen the Elder farmer The Finnis 1867 Memorial 165/219

CAMERON, Ewen farmer The Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 277 County Hindmarsh

CAMERON, Ewen farmer Finniss River near Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 55/231

CAMERON, Ewen farmer The Finniss linked with David FLINTOFF farmer The Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1869 Grant Book 36 Page 276 County Hindmarsh

CAMERON, Ewen the Elder farmer Lower Finniss near Strathalbyn 1878. He could not write Application 16943

No 3 – the Younger

CAMERON, Ewen farmer Myponga 1883[-1898] Memorial 147/381

CAMERON, Ewen farmer Myponga. Myponga Institute trustee 1891 Memorial 148/407

CAMERON, Ewen farmer Myponga 1909 Application 25628

CAMERON, Ewen Angas Duncan station manager formerly of Wattle Range but now of Millicent 1930 Memorial 77/503

CAMERON, Finlay James retired farmer Pt Noarlunga 1954, declared that he had lived in the area for 40 years Application 29071

CAMERON, Finlay McDonald farmer Sellicks Hill, died c1945. Husband of Emily Sarah Cameron. Father of Finlay James Cameron butcher Pt Noarlunga, Mary Gertrude Cameron military hospital nurse Daws Road, Colonel Light Gardens, Hector McDonald Cameron farmer Sellicks Hill and Joyce Cameron spinster Sellicks Hill Memorial 128/519

No 1

CAMERON, Francis farmer Sandy Creek 1850 Memorial 415/27

CAMERON, Francis farmer Lyndoch Valley 1850 Memorial 387/48

CAMERON, Francis farmer Section 3058 Hundred of Barossa 1851 Memorial 470/34.

CAMERON, Francis farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 34 County Adelaide

CAMERON, Francis farmer Gawler 1851[-1854] Memorial 387/34 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1853 Memorial 78/57

CAMERON, Francis teamster Willaston 1857[-1860] Memorial 53/129

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CAMERON, George William farmer Melrose. Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 680 County Frome

CAMERON, George of Melrose. Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 506 County Frome

No 1

CAMERON, Helen widow Peachey Belt 1851[-1857] [Relict of Donald Cameron] Memorial 500/34.

CAMERON, Helen widow Peachey Belt. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 107 County Adelaide

CAMERON, Mary Jameson spinster Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 492/42.

CAMERON, Helen Cameron widow and Mary Jameson Cameron spinster both of Peachey Belt 1854[-1855] Memorial 154/65

CAMERON, Helen widow Adelaide 1861 Application 2290

CAMERON, Helen widow formerly of Peachey Belt but then of South Tce, Adelaide, died c1865. She left her estate in varying amounts absolutely to her children, John Cameron, Helen Cameron, Margaret Cameron and Mary Jamieson WEBSTER wife of Samuel Webster. Alexander HAY Esquire Adelaide and John RUSSELL gentleman Adelaide (Helen Cameron's nephew-in-law) the executors Memorial 100/203

CAMERON, Helen Cameron widow Peachey Belt, had died by 1867. Mother of John McLaren farmer Peachey Belt and Mary Jameson Cameron spinster Peachey Belt Application 8360

No 1

CAMERON, Hugh stock overseer Pt Gawler 1851 Memorial 441/35

CAMERON, Hugh superintendent of cattle Woodlands, South Road 1858 Memorial 317/148

CAMERON, Hugh gentleman Adelaide, attorney for John ELLIS Esquire late of Adelaide 1861 Application 2322

CAMERON, Hugh Superintendent of Cattle formerly of Woodlands on the South Road but now of Adelaide 1864[-1867] Memorial 188/196

CAMERON, Hugh agent and manager Adelaide 1866 Memorial 52/226

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CAMERON, Hugh labourer Golden Grove 1866 Memorial 241/210

CAMERON, Hugh labourer Penola 1895[-1896] Memorial 18/427

No 1

CAMERON, James tailor Norwood 1851[-1859] Memorial 343/36.

No 2

CAMERON, James farmer Sandygrove near Kingston S-E 1938 Application 28177

No 1

CAMERON, John printer Norwood 1860 Application 1096

No 2

CAMERON, John gentleman formerly of Charlotte Plains near Carisbrook Vic but now of Sydney NSW 1868 Memorial 68/232

CAMERON, John gentleman, formerly of Charlotte Plains, near Carisbrook Vic, later of Sydney NSW, then of Melbourne Vic, but about to reside in Europe, power of attorney to James McBAIN MP Melbourne, to recover a mortgage of £8,000 at 7.5%, taken out 9/7/1868 by Donald MacARTHUR sheep farmer Limestone Ridge SA. 17/12/1868 Deposit 138/1875

CAMERON, John gentleman formerly of Charlotte Plains near Carisbrook Vic then of Sydney NSW but now in parts beyond the seas 1875 Memorial 188/282

No 3

CAMERON, John blacksmith and farmer Mt Barker had lived in Mt Barker for many years prior to his death in 1890 – [at least from 1882, and before that at Orroroo 1879 according to BDM records] Application 27916

CAMERON, John farmer Mt Barker, died 12/7/1890 intestate. Letters of administration to Priscilla Cameron his wife to settle her husband’s £100 estate. Mrs Cameron widow Largs Bay 1933 stated ; Her two sons, Harold Hartley Hannaford Cameron and Angus John McGillvray Cameron had died unmarried and intestate. Only the widow and her unmarried daughter, Florence Myrtle Cameron, survived Application 27916

No 4

CAMERON, John farmer Hundred of Walloway Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 221/367

No 5

CAMERON, John station manager Wattle Range. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1889 Grant Book 31 Page 203 County Grey

CAMERON, John grazier Hundred of Benara. Hundred of Benara land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 290 County Grey

No 6

CAMERON, John and Walter Alexander Cameron farmers Curramulka 1902 Memorial 190/445

CAMERON, John and Walter Alexander farmers Curramulka Co Fergusson. Hundred of Bews land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 10 County Chandos

No 7

CAMERON, John farmer near Strathalbyn and Rosa Orwell Cameron his wife 1920 Memorial 49/480

No 8

CAMERON, John grazier Kingston S-E, died 2/5/1938, of aortic regurgitation and syncope, aged 63. Born in Kingston, he had married aged 39: 2 sons and 3 daughters alive. One of his sons called MJ Cameron of Kingston Application 28146

No 1 - John McLean Cameron

CAMERON, John 21 farmer Peachey Belt (Father: Donald Cameron) married Margaret MITCHELL 24 spinster Peachey Belt (Father: William Mitchell) on 2/2/1866 St Andrew's Church Wakefield St, Adelaide. Minister: Robert HAINING. Witnesses: William RISEBOROUGH farmer Peachey Belt and Henry Riseborough farmer Peachey Belt. Margaret Cameron wife of John McLean Cameron farmer Peachey Belt, died 21/8/1869, of typhoid fever, aged 27 Application 23861

CAMERON, John 21 farmer Peachey Belt (Father: Donald Cameron) married Margaret MITCHELL 24 spinster Peachey Belt (Father; William Mitchell) on 2/2/1866 St Andrew's Presbyterian Church Wakefield St, Adelaide. Minister: Rev'd Robert HAINING. Witnesses: William RISEBOROUGH farmer Peachey Belt and Henry RISEBOROUGH farmer Peachey Belt. Margaret Cameron wife of John McLean Cameron farmer Peachey Belt, died 21/8/1869 of typhoid fever, aged 27 Application 22368

CAMERON, Lucy widow Peachey Belt 1856. She sold her farm to James WORRALL of Bowden. Enrolment 39/32

CAMERON, Mary Ann widow Kensington 1851[-1854] Memorial 381/31

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CAMERON, Robert farmer Milang 1857[-1860] Memorial 304/113

CAMERON, Robert farmer Section 2838 on the Bremer 1858 Memorial 230/133

No 2 – the Elder

CAMERON, Robert blacksmith Kapunda 1863 Application 4286

CAMERON, Robert machinist Kapunda 1864[-1892] Memorial 201/195, Application 12010

CAMERON, Robert machinist Kapunda Co Light. Simmonston (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 49 Page 147 County Newcastle

CAMERON, Robert JP Kapunda 1883 Application 20037.

CAMERON, Robert mechanist Kapunda 1884 Application 20214.

No 3 – the Younger

CAMERON, Robert of Quorn trustee Institute Quorn Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 14 County Newcastle

No 4

CAMERON, Robert gardener Mt Compass. Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1901 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

CAMERON, Robert B resident Secretary of the AMP Society 1887[-1890] Memorial 138/387

CAMERON, Roy motor mechanic Kingston S-E 1944 Memorial 143/518

CAMERON, Sarah Ann widow Kensington 1929 Application 27732

CAMERON, Stuart grazier Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 208/441

CAMERON, Walter Alexander farmer Curramulka 1907[-1937] Memorial 142/458

No 1

CAMERON, William miner Angaston and Amelia Cameron his wife 1860. Mrs Cameron inherited land under the will of Charles KENDALL Application 1969

CAMERON, William of Angaston 1867 Memorial 119/227

No 1

CAMERON, William farmer Curramulka 1883 Memorial 21/352

No 1

CAMERON, William farmer Naracoorte Co Robe. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 75 County Chandos

No 1

CAMERON, William & Co of Grenfell St, Adelaide (Incorporated in Melbourne Vic) 1895 Memorial 61/424

No 1

CAMERON, William sailmaker Albert Park 1929 Memorial 120/501

CAMERON, William Wardrop yeoman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 249/40 Farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 124/84

CAMERON, WJ station manager Limestone Ridge 1889 Memorial 202/397

CAMFIELD, H Government Resident King George Sound WA 1854 Memorial 117/77

No 1

CAMM, John labourer Kensington 1851 Memorial 63/34.

CAMM, John carter Norwood 1853[-1854] Memorial 267/59

CAMM, John contractor Kensington 1875 Memorial 202/281

CAMM, John mason Kensington 1882 Memorial 173/342

No 1

CAMMELL, William Henry HM customs officer Queenstown 1878 Memorial 110/306

CAMMELL, William Henry gentleman Queenstown and Jane Cammell his wife 1906 Memorial 58/456

CAMMELL, William Henry gentleman Long St, Queenstown 1908, declared that he had lived on Lot 199 for 42 years. Father of Harold Hugo Cammell mercantile clerk Queenstown Application 25482

CAMMELL, Jane of Queenstown near Pt Adelaide, died 4/6/1918. Mother of Harold Hugo Cammell and Jessie Adelaide MOYERS. Executors; Frederick Bradley FLOOD and Annie Elizabeth Flood Memorial 133/461

CAMMELL, Jane married woman Queenstown, died 4/6/1918. Her whole estate to her son, Harold Hugo Cammell no description 1920. Estate worth £45 Application 26940

CAMMELL, Harold Hugo mercantile clerk formerly of Queenstown but now of Woodville 1921 Application 27004

CAMMON, William farmer Roseworthy 1881 Application 18751

CAMP, Andrew carpenter Kilkenny 1852 Memorial 213/42.

CAMP, Elliot driver Aberdeen near Kooringa 1919 Memorial 1/478

No 1

CAMP, Frederick labourer Hampton near Kooringa and Johanna Camp his wife 1891 Memorial 64/411

CAMP, Frederick labourer Hampton near Kooringa and Johanna Camp his wife 1896 Memorial 123/429

CAMP (not KEMP), Johanna married woman Hampton near Redruth, died 23/12/1903. By 1913, her husband, Frederick Camp, a labourer, lived at Woodville Memorials 54 & 57/470

No 1

CAMP, John farmer Torrens River 1854 Memorial 142/67

CAMP, John farmer Gumeracha Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 66 County Light

CAMP, John farmer Gilbert Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 49 County Light

CAMP, John farmer Gum Farm near Riverton 1860[-1863] Memorial 229/169

CAMP, Grace widow Riverton linked with John Henry Camp farmer near Kapunda 1864[-1867] Memorial 169/195

CAMP, Grace widow Riverton 1867, widow of the late John Camp farmer Gum Farm near Riverton Application 8896

CAMP, Henry farmer Plympton 1854 Memorial 170/77

CAMP, John Henry farmer Kapunda 1864 Memorial 339/194

CAMP, Mabel Lettie Maude music teacher Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 99 County Buckingham

No 1

CAMPAIN, Thomas carpenter Riverton 1875 Memorial 20/284

CAMPAIN, Thomas undertaker Riverton 1899 Application 24073

CAMPBELL, Adam farmer Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 310/166

No 1

CAMPBELL, Alexander gentleman formerly of Launceston VDL but now of Auckland New Zealand owned Pt Section 81 Survey B 1848 Memorial 391/11

CAMPBELL, Alexander gentleman Auckland New Zealand 1848 He owned land in SA which he wanted to sell Memorial 228/71

CAMPBELL, Alexander gentleman Auckland, New Zealand, power of attorney to William Robert COOKE gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 28/2/1848 Deposit 191/1854

No 2

CAMPBELL, Alexander stockholder Mt Remarkable 1849[-1860] Memorial 22/33

CAMPBELL, Alexander stockholder Tullowey in the northern part of the province 1853 Memorial 398/50

CAMPBELL, Alexander and John MacLaine stockholders Mt Remarkable 1861 Memorial 20/175

CAMPBELL, Alexander Esquire Mt Remarkable about to marry Mary Ann NICOL spinster South Yarra Vic. Trustees for the marriage settlement: John MacLaine Campbell stockholder Mt Remarkable and George Blakiston WILKINSON Esquire Geelong Vic 1861 Memorial 180/176

CAMPBELL, Alexander poundkeeper Bangor Mt Remarkable Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1864 Grant Book 23 Page 55 County Frome

CAMPBELL, Mary married woman Bangor Mt Remarkable 1864. Trustees for her assets – John Maclaine stockholder Bangor Mt Remarkable and George Blakiston WILKINSON of HM Customs Geelong Vic Grant Book 23 Page 55 County Frome

CAMPBELL, Alexander died 19/7/1866. His wife, Mary Ann Campbell formerly NICOL died 18/12/1867. By 1890, their two daughters, Flora Isabella Campbell and Mary Jane Campbell spinsters, lived at College Park. John MacLaine Campbell stockower Bangor belonged to this family. Possibly Alexander Campbell's brother Memorial 85/405

CAMPBELL, Alexander of Mt Remarkable married Mary Ann NICOL in c1861. A Campbell died 19/7/1866. Mary Ann Campbell died 18/12/1867. The Campbells left two children - Flora Isabella Campbell (who married Henry Hambly BISHOP cutter Unley) and Mary Jane Campbell (who married Samuel Cowper WARD broker Adelaide) 1915 Application 26480

CAMPBELL, Mary Ann widow Kensington, died c1867. She left the whole of her estate in trust to John MacLaine Campbell stockholder Bangor and George Blakiston Wilkinson gentleman Geelong Vic to execute the various clauses of the will Memorial 43/227

No 3

CAMPBELL, Alexander farmer Aldinga Plains 1854 Memorial 353/81

Farmer Happy Valley 1855 Memorial 383/81

No 4

CAMPBELL, Alexander labourer Happy Valley 1860 Memorial 40/163

CAMPBELL, Alexander labourer Happy Valley 1860 Application 1999

CAMPBELL, Alexander formerly farmer Happy Valley 1854 but now labourer Adelaide 1862 Application 3332

CAMPBELL, Alexander farmer Balaklava Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 245 County Gawler

CAMPBELL, Alexander farmer formerly of Happy Valley but now of Erith near Balaklava 1889 Memorial 6/401

CAMPBELL, Alexander farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1889 Grant Book 26 Page 246 County Gawler

No 5

CAMPBELL, Alexander of Robe Guichen Bay 1854[-1855] Memorial 9/74

CAMPBELL, Alexander farmer Guichen Bay 1855 Memorial 307/87

CAMPBELL, Alexander formerly of Guichen Bay but now storekeeper Robe 1856[-1865] Memorial 284/95

CAMPBELL, Alexander storekeeper Robe 1861[-1865] Memorial 304/176

CAMPBELL, Alexander of Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1861 Grant Book 50 Page 20 County Robe

CAMPBELL, Alexander storekeeper Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1863 Grant Book 50 Page 10 County Robe

CAMPBELL, Alexander of Robe and Jane Campbell his wife Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 192 County Grey

CAMPBELL, Alexander storekeeper Millicent trustee Cemetery Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

No 6

CAMPBELL, Alexander labourer Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1900 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

CAMPBELL, Andrew timber merchant Castlemaine Vic. His wife, Sarah Campbell (formerly Sarah CAMERON widow Milang), died 15/12/1885. Jean Armour HARBEN nee Cameron wife of Harry Lewis Harben merchant's clerk Milang was Mrs Campbell's daughter by her first marriage Memorial 231/380

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CAMPBELL, Angus farmer Tenafeate. Uley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 81/206

CAMPBELL, Angus farmer Jamestown 1897[-1899] Memorial 199/430

No 1

CAMPBELL, Archibald Montague Montalt Dundas Hart yeoman New Stringybark Forest 1849 Memorial 344/13

CAMPBELL, Archibald Montagu Montalt Dundas Hart farmer New Tiers 1856 Memorial 208/102

CAMPBELL, Archibald Montagu Montalt Dundas Hart gardener Mt Lofty 1862 Memorial 95/182

CAMPBELL, Archibald Montagu Montalt dundas Hart farmer and gardener Mt Lofty 1863[-1865] Memorial 306/188

No 1

CAMPBELL, Charles carter Redruth 1858 Memorial 201/137

CAMPBELL, Charles carrier Redruth 1868 Memorial 178/230

No 2

CAMPBELL, Charles clerk Quorn 1883 Memorial 20/349

No 1

CAMPBELL, Charles Alfred licensed victualler Adelaide 1898 Memorial 144/434

CAMPBELL, Charles Alfred out of business Hyde Park 1914 Memorial 104/471
CAMPBELL, Charles Hector hawker near Summer Hill [perhaps in the vicinity of Kooringa] 1868 Memorial 178/230

No 1

CAMPBELL, Charles James Fox Esquire Adelaide 1845[-1846] Enrolment 37/1

CAMPBELL, Charles James Fox Esquire Lockend near Adelaide 1858 Memorial 193/132

CAMPBELL, Charles James Fox Esquire formerly of Lochend near Adelaide but now of the North-West Bend Murray River 1858 Memorial 293/139

CAMPBELL, Charles James Fox 38 stockholder married Martha LEVI 20 sister of Edmund Levi gentleman Adelaide on 18/4/1850 Mrs Levi's home South Tce, Adelaide. Minister: Rev'd Robert HAINING. 4 children of the marriage - Philip Charles John Campbell, born 5/5/1851; Frederick Lionel Campbell, born 27/7/1852; Edmund Dalmahoy Campbell, born 24/12/1854; and William Alexander Campbell, born 10/6/1857. CJF CAMPBELL squatter North West Bend of the Murray River, died 5/3/1859 intestate, of causes unknown, aged 48. His eldest son, Philip Campbell, born 5/5/1851 Lochard on the Torrens, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 24255

CAMPBELL, Charles James Fox squatter North-West Bend Murray River, died 5/3/1859 Application 18157

CAMPBELL, Charlotte widow North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 95/106

No 1

CAMPBELL, Colin gentleman Adelaide and Jane Campbell his wife 1847[-1852] Memorial 395/9

No 2

CAMPBELL, Colin labourer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 381 County Daly

No 1

CAMPBELL, Daniel labourer Bowden 1850 Memorial 224/25

CAMPBELL, Daniel mason Bowden 1853 Memorial 218/54

No 2

CAMPBELL, Daniel shepherd Pt Lincoln 1858 Memorial 134/143

No 3 - probably the same person

CAMPBELL, Daniel wheelwright Reynella 1859 Application 2801

CAMPBELL, Daniel carpenter Reynella 1860 Application 1755

CAMPBELL, David mason Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 170/227

No 1

CAMPBELL, Donald stockholder Mt Remarkable 1856 Memorial 85/104

CAMPBELL, Donald stockholder Melrose near Mt Remarkable 1863 Memorial 223/187

No 2

CAMPBELL, Donald formerly labourer 1856 but now farmer near Truro 1868 Application 9298

No 2

CAMPBELL, Donald farmer Hundred of Andrews [probably linked with John and Malcolm Campbell farmers Hundred of Andrews] trustee unnamed School Hundred of Andrews Hundred of Andrews land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 310 County Stanley

CAMPBELL, Donald farmer near Clare Hundred of Andrews land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 313 County Stanley

No 3

CAMPBELL, Donald shepherd Yacka 1886[-1887] Memorial 9/375

No 4

CAMPBELL, Donald labourer Penola and Janet Campbell his wife 1908 Memorial 18/460

No 5

CAMPBELL, Duncan blacksmith Narracoorte 1882[-1883] Memorial 187/338, Application 19921

No 6

CAMPBELL, Duncan labourer Penola 1883 Memorial 248/359

CAMPBELL, Duncan labourer Penola 1891 Application 22127

CAMPBELL, Duncan farmer Penola Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1892 Grant Book 31 Page 65 County Grey

CAMPBELL, EH JP MP of Kangaroo Ground SA or Vic?? 1875 Memorial 1/285

No 1

CAMPBELL, Edward Henry blacksmith Streaky Bay 1906 Memorial 205/454

CAMPBELL, Edward Henry blacksmith Streaky Bay 1906[-1914] Application 26301

CAMPBELL, Elizabeth widow Kingston S-E 1884[-1885] Memorial 134/356

By 1889, Mrs Campbell had remarried to Charles Edward SACH retired from business Geelong Vic and later of Melbourne Vic Memorials 137/396 & 59/403

CAMPBELL, Florence Ann widow of Allan Campbell doctor of medicine Adelaide (North Tce) 1899 Application 23812

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CAMPBELL, Frederick William gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 210/22

CAMPBELL, Frederick William gentleman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 339/35

CAMPBELL, Frederick William gentleman Walkerville 1867[-1868] Memorial 73/218

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CAMPBELL, George shepherd Little Para Special Survey 1844. He bought land grant Section 5530 26 acres for £26 Memorial 260/4

CAMPBELL, George formerly of Adelaide but now overseer Lovely Valley 1849 Memorial 420/19

CAMPBELL, George farmer Little Para 1850[-1855] Memorial 251/23

CAMPBELL, George farmer Little Para. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 62 County Adelaide

CAMPBELL, George farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 6/69

CAMPBELL, George farmer Dry Creek. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 70 County Adelaide

CAMPBELL, George farmer formerly of Dry Creek 1854 but now of near Golden Grove 1867 [Likely to be the same address] Application 8209

CAMPBELL, George farmer Golden Grove had at least two sons - James Campbell farmer Modbury 1867 and William Campbell farmer Upper Dry Creek. William Campbell bought one land grant - Section 5478 Hundred of Yatala - in 1852. He went to Vic in c1853, with a friend, John CLACKER, where they dug for gold at Bendigo for 2 months, and then William Campbell went to Tarrangower and Maryborough. He took ill at Maryborough and died in his tent ‘very ill indeed’ from internal inflammation, in late Oct 1854. John Clacker visited him 28 hours before he died. Another friend, Joseph HUNT, sent details of the death to George Campbell in SA. The father inherited William Campbell’s SA land, as he died intestate and unmarried. Application 8209

CAMPBELL, Gordon Cathcart barrister and solicitor Adelaide, a member of the firm of BENNETT, Campbell & LIGERTWOOD barristers and solicitors Pirie St, Adelaide 1920 Application 26892

CAMPBELL, Henry mercantile clerk Prospect Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1923 Grant Book 14 Page 290 County Daly

No 1

CAMPBELL, Hugh shoemaker One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1861 Memorial 85/174

CAMPBELL, Hugh shoemaker Inkerman One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para near Gawler 1868 Memorial 112/228

No 2

CAMPBELL, Hugh shoemaker Narracoorte 1861[-1879] Memorial 111/174

CAMPBELL, Hugh farmer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 102 County Robe

No 3

CAMPBELL, Hugh farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 58 County Dalhousie

CAMPBELL, Hugh contractor Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Price land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 83 County Buccleuch

No 1

CAMPBELL, James farmer Upper Dry Creek 1862 Memorial 9/182

CAMPBELL, James farmer Modbury 1876 Memorial 96/288

CAMPBELL, James farmer [formerly of Modbury but now of] Barabba 1880 Memorial 79/321 & Application 29789

No 2 – perhaps the same person

CAMPBELL, James farmer Golden Grove Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1865 Grant Book 26 Page 235 County Gawler

CAMPBELL, James farmer One Tree Hill 1867. Linked with John Campbell farmer Tenafeate Application 8859

No 3

CAMPBELL, James storekeeper Adelaide and Eliza Maria Campbell his wife 1881 Memorial 9/333

CAMPBELL, Eliza Maria licensed victualler Adelaide (Flinders St) 1895 Memorial 121/425

CAMPBELL, Eliza Maria licensed victualler Adelaide (Flinders St), died 31/3/1910. Mother of Laura Caroline Williams Campbell and Annie Maria Campbell Memorial 190/471

CAMPBELL, Eliza Maria widow of James Campbell storekeeper Adelaide, died 31/3/1910. Their daughters Laura Caroline Williams Campbell spinster Flinders St, Adelaide died 6/12/1919; and Annie Maria Campbell spinster London Hotel Flinders St, Adelaide, died 12/3/1947 Application 28824

CAMPBELL, Laura Caroline Williams spinster Flinders St, Adelaide, died 6/12/1919. Sister to Annie Maria Campbell spinster Flinders St, Adelaide Memorial 117/526

CAMPBELL, Annie Maria spinster London Inn Hotel, Flinders St, Adelaide, died 12/3/1947 Royal Adelaide Hospital Memorial 102/526

No 4

CAMPBELL, James contractor Penola 1902 Application 24374

No 5

CAMPBELL, James gardener North Kensington 1929 Application 27732

CAMPBELL, James gardener North Kensington. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501

CAMPBELL, James Archibald carpenter Nailsworth and Ada Margaret Campbell his wife 1900 Application 23963

CAMPBELL, JJ of 3 Murray St, North Adelaide 1902 Memorial 150/447

No 1 – probably the Elder

CAMPBELL, John farmer District of Adelaide 1846 Memorial 200/6

CAMPBELL, John farmer South Para 1848 Memorial 198/10

CAMPBELL, John farmer Hundred of Para Wirra 1852[-1867] Memorial 405/42.

CAMPBELL, John farmer Tenafeate 1856 Memorial 248/99

CAMPBELL, John farmer Tenafeate 1857 Memorial 192/113

CAMPBELL, John farmer Tenafeate. Trustee Particular Baptist Chapel Uley 1865 Memorial 81/206

CAMPBELL, John farmer One Tree Hill 1863 Memorial 133/191

No 2 – the Younger

CAMPBELL, John the Younger farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1875 Grant Book 13 Page 71 County Dalhousie

No 3

CAMPBELL, John yeoman Norwood 1852[-1856] Memorial 144/41.

CAMPBELL, John of The Parade, Norwood 1880 Application 18208

No 4

CAMPBELL, John gardener Walkerville 1857 Memorial 227/117

CAMPBELL, John gardener Walkerville and Ann Campbell his wife formerly Ann WIGGINS widow of the late Thomas Wiggins the Elder formerly carpenter Walkerville but now deceased 1858 Memorial 190/137

CAMPBELL, John gardener Walkerville and Ann Campbell his wife formerly Ann WIGGINS 1860 Application 1342

CAMPBELL, John gardener Walkerville Will 29/8/1862 £10 annuity for life to his sister Eliza WILLIMETT of London. Life interest in trust in the rest of the estate to his wife, Ann Campbell, then absolutely in remainder expectant to Thomas Willimett, the son of the testator's sister Eliza Willimett. If the nephew died before the wife, then the rest of the estate to go to the testator's sister, Eliza Willimett absolutely. Executors; Thomas Morey RENDELL baker Walkerville and Robert WILLIAMS blacksmith Walkerville Deposit 123/1863

No 5

CAMPBELL, John stockman Tillowey/Tillorry/Tillowy 1860 Memorial 142/167

No 6

CAMPBELL, John shepherd Hill River [Probably linked with Donald and Malcolm Campbell farmers Hundred of Andrews] Hundred of Andrews land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 309 County Stanley

CAMPBELL, John farmer Hundred of Andrews Hundred of Andrews land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 312 County Stanley

CAMPBELL, John farmer Hundred of Andrews trustee unnamed School Hundred of Andrews Hundred of Andrews land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 310 County Stanley

CAMPBELL, John labourer Mosquito Plains 1867 Memorial 139/226

CAMPBELL, John late of Narracoorte, died 21/9/1874 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Augusta Rhoda Campbell. Estate worth £140. Mrs Campbell was still at Narracoorte in 1877 Application 23398

No 7

CAMPBELL, John marine engineer Pt Adelaide 1882[-1892] Memorial 15/339

CAMPBELL, John marine surveyor Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 11/354

CAMPBELL, John marine engineer Pt Adelaide 1897 Application 23329

No 8

CAMPBELL, John clerk Quorn 1883 Memorial 139/349

No 9

CAMPBELL, John storeman Narracoorte 1885 Memorial 46/367

No 10

CAMPBELL, John labourer Glanville and Elizabeth Campbell his wife 1888 Memorial 106/392

No 1

CAMPBELL, John MacLaine stockholder Glenorchy near Mt Remarkable 1864 Memorial 10/197

CAMPBELL, John MacLaine stockholder Glenorchy near Mt Remarkable 1867 Application 8902

CAMPBELL, John MacLaine stockholder Bangor. Probably related to Flora Isabella Campbell and Mary Jane Campbell spinsters Campbelltown 1890 Memorial 85/405

CAMPBELL, John P owned an allotment in Kensington 1851 Memorial 331/176

CAMPBELL, KM secretary Adelaide Club Adelaide 1942 Memorial 77/516

CAMPBELL, Lindsay grazier Cameron St, Penola, aged 59 years in 1961, declared that he had lived in Penola all his life Application 29413

CAMPBELL, Malcolm farmer Hundred of Andrews [probably linked with Donald and John Campbell farmers Hundred of Andrews] Hundred of Andrews land grant 1889 Grant Book 56 Page 314 County Stanley

No 1

CAMPBELL, Norman Brevet Major in HM Army, now of Sydney St, Brompton, Middlesex, England, about to proceed to SA as the Superintendent of the Australian Mining Company’s mines and also with its power of attorney to attend to any matters concerning the Company 18/7/1848. Enrolment 88/4

CAMPBELL, Euvidale Savage Norman Esquire North Adelaide. He leased GF ASTON's former home in Pennington Tce, North Adelaide for 14 years - £55 a year for the 1st five and then £60 a year for the remainder] 1849 Memorial 77/17

CAMPBELL, Euvidale Savage Norman commonly called Norman Campbell Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1852. He had become a bankrupt on 19/1/1852 Application 15413

CAMPBELL, Charlotte widow of the late Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Campbell of HM 21st Regiment, died c1866. She left her entire estate to her son Frederick William Campbell now of Melbourne Vic Memorial 72/218

CAMPBELL, Charlotte widow 4 Margaret St, North Adelaide 1854[-1866], (relict of the late Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Norman Campbell of HM 21th Regiment), died 21/4/1866 at Walkerville. Estate worth £100. Executor her son, Frederick William Campbell of Walkerville. When she made her will on 4/7/1854, her son was living in Melbourne Vic Deposit 69/1868

No 1

CAMPBELL, Patrick farmer Sheaoak Log 1851[-1865] Memorial 176/75, Application 5154

CAMPBELL, Patrick farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 175/75

No 1

CAMPBELL, Philip Charles John commercial traveller Unley 1883 Memorial 39/347

CAMPBELL, Philip Charles John commercial traveller Adelaide 1898 Memorial 47/436

CAMPBELL, RF sub-manager Kingston S-E 1925 Memorial 149/492

No 1

CAMPBELL, Robert farmer Baker Range Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 131a County Robe

CAMPBELL, Robert storekeeper Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1885 Grant Book 51 Page 10 County Robe

CAMPBELL, Robert Gardiner of Adelaide and Jane Campbell his wife 1839. Mrs Campbell bought land grant Section 358 Survey B Memorial 489/7

CAMPBELL, Roderick farmer White Hut near Clare 1862 Application 3353

CAMPBELL, Roland storekeeper Millicent 1894 Memorial 48/422

No 1

CAMPBELL, Samuel farmer Hundred of King 1885[-1886] Memorial 68/371

CAMPBELL, Samuel farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1886[-1890] Memorial 28/380

CAMPBELL, Samuel farmer Florieton 1889 Memorial 128/395

No 1

CAMPBELL, Thomas plasterer Kincraig near Narracoorte Creek 1862 Memorial 9/189

CAMPBELL, Thomas plasterer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1871[-1877] Grant Book 50 Page 98 County Robe

CAMPBELL, Thomas formerly plasterer Kincraig near Narracoorte but now farmer Lucindale 1882 Memorial 83/339

CAMPBELL, Thomas Lampard tank and silo manufacturer 19 Sixth St, Bowden, died 18/11/1963. Husband of Alice Jean Campbell. Father of Kenneth Richard Campbell, Florence Christina Jean SHEARER and Glennis Mae REA Memorial 79/534

No 1

CAMPBELL, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1839 Application 5886

CAMPBELL, William carter Pt Adelaide 1840 Application 17340

CAMPBELL, William farmer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 369/87

CAMPBELL, William farmer Yatala township near Pt Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 261/151

CAMPBELL, William farmer Port Road 1855[-1856] Memorial 232/83 Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1856 Memorial 375/99

CAMPBELL, William farmer Mudla Wirra 1858 Mudla Wirra District Councillor and Ashwell District School trustee Memorial 57/152

CAMPBELL, William greengrocer Goolwa 1884 Application 20184

No 2

CAMPBELL, William farmer Little Para 1852 Memorial 331/82

Then farmer Upper Dry Creek 1852 Memorial 330/82

No 3 - perhaps the Elder and the Younger

CAMPBELL, William storekeeper Flinders Town Streaky Bay 1867 Memorial 225/219

CAMPBELL, W the Younger contractor Streaky Bay 1890 Memorial 202/402

No 4

CAMPBELL, William labourer Bramfield Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 3 County Musgrave

No 5

CAMPBELL, William labourer Bute 1896 Grant Book 15 Page 3 County Daly

No 6

CAMPBELL, William Esquire 19 Portman Square, London, Middlesex, England, died 20/8/1896. Estate in Victoria, NSW, SA, Canada, and New Zealand, to executors Finlay Campbell Esquire Brantridge Park, Balcombe, Sussex, England and Allan Campbell Esquire 21 Upper Brook St, London, England. The executors appointed The Hon James GRAHAM and Frank Graham, trading as Graham Brothers of Melbourne Vic, to manage property in Australia 9/10/1896 Deposit 113/1887

No 1

CAMPBELL, William Alexander of Enra Bluff, Pt Augusta 1886 Memorial 5/376

No 2

CAMPBELL, William Alexander gentleman formerly of Hawthorn Vic but now temporarily residing in England and Ellen Constance Campbell his wife 1905 Memorial 47/454

CAMPBELL, Ellen Constance, wife of William Alexander Campbell gentleman late of Hawthorn Vic, but now temporarily residing in England, power of attorney to Ernest phillipson gentleman Adelaide, to purchase any interest which her sister Katherine BACKHOUSE holds in her own right in SA, or in common with her and their brothers, Walter John PHILLIPSON, Clement PHILLIPSON, and Ernest PHILLIPSON, and to manage her SA estates 5/9/1905 Deposit 61/1905

No 1

CAMPBELL, William Harvey carpenter Adelaide (Hindley St) 1856 Memorial 146/95

CAMPBELL, William Harvey publican Adelaide (Hindley St) 1859 Memorial 229/148

CAMPBELL, William Henry carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 463/63

No 1

CAMPBELL, William Horne farmer Booyoolie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Laura Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 454 County Victoria

CAMPBELL, William Horne farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 156 County Victoria

CAMPBELL, William Thompson of Adelaide purchased a mineral lease for land south of Coramia and west of Pt Augusta 1890 Memorial 16/405

No 1

CAMPER, Samuel and PIGNEUIT, Henry farmers Hope Valley 1849 Memorial 228/14

Now of Dry Creek late 1850 Memorial 291/27

Millwright Dry Creek 1853[-1854] Memorial 78/47

CAMPER, Samuel wheelwright Dry Creek 1854[-1854] Memorial 32/70

No 1

CAMPHUYNDER, William of Walkerville 1878 Application 16925

CAMPHUYNDER, William Henry farmer Walkerville 1879[-1881] Memorial 186/314

CAMPHUYNDER, William Henry farmer Upper Walkerville 1881 Application 18957

No 1

CAMPION, Alyce licensed victualler Adelaide bought the assigned lease for the Dolphin Tavern, Rundle St from Evelyn SINCLAIR for £110 1888 Memorial 201/392

CAMPION, Alyce licensed victualler Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1891 Memorial 88/407

No 1

CAMPION, James farmer Spring Creek near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1865 Application 6389

CAMPION, James farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1869 Grant Book 8 Page 61 County Burra

CAMPION, James farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1871 Application 11708

CAMPION, Rowland probably of Broom Station Mosquito Plains 1851. He later transferred the leasehold station to Henry KEARNEY no description or date Memorial 207/142

CAMPION, Sarah Agnes linked with Sections 146 and 147 Hundred of Muloowurtie 1892 Memorial 138/413

No 1

CAMPION, William Freeman labourer Mitcham 1851 Memorial 235/35

CAMPION, William Freeman storekeeper Saddleworth 1858[-1859] Memorial 197/144

CAMPION, William Freeman storekeeper Saddleworth, leased the Wallaroo Inn at Port Wakefield for 7 years at £52 for the 1st 3 years and a sum to be fixed 'not exceeding £100 per annum' for the remaining 4 years from Daniel Denis COGAN farmer Pt Wakefield 1861 Memorial 110/195

CAMPION, William Freeman innkeeper Pt Wakefield 1864 Application 5257

CAMPION, William Freeman licensed victualler Melrose 1865 Application 6071

CAMPION, William Freeman gentleman Adelaide Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 194 County Fergusson

CANA, Charles brewer Norwood 1875 Memorial 205/282

CANACK, John of Riverton 1868 Memorial 49/230

CANICK, Benjamin farmer Cooniboer Ridge near St Arnaud Vic owned land in Noarlunga 1891 Memorial 232/408

CANAVAN, Mary widow Mt Gambier 1882 Application 19207

No 1

CANAVAN, Patrick labourer North Kapunda 1852 Memorial 100/39

CANAVAN, Patrick labourer formerly of North Kapunda but now residing in Victoria [likely near Sandhurst??] 1858 Memorial 72/132

No 1

CANAVAN, Robert storekeeper Rhynie 1871 Memorial 209/253

CANAVAN, Robert formerly of Rhynie but now of Georgetown 1872 Memorial 230/260

CANAVAN, Robert storekeeper Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 65 County Victoria

CANAVAN, Bridget widow Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Eurelia land grants 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 383 County Dalhousie

CANAWAY, George Watson accountant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1929 Memorial 196/501

No 1

CANAWAY, John Watson merchant's clerk Melbourne about to marry Katharine Jane CHERRY daughter of John Cherry of Adelaide Official Assignee in Insolvency for SA 1878 Memorial 200/338

CANAWAY, John Watson of East Adelaide and Katharine Jane Canaway his wife 1886. Mrs Canaway died about this time Memorial 216/375

CANAWAY, Katharine Jane wife of John Watson Canaway accountant East Adelaide, died 9/2/1886. She left two sons, Lancelot John Canaway 21 on 29/9/1900 and Reginald Anderton Canaway 21 on 23/11/1904 both clerks Adelaide 1907 Application 25299

CANDALE, James Samuel civil servant 9a Buller Tce, Cheltenham linked with Edith May Candale married woman 20 Swan Tce, Ethelton 1952 Memorial 37/528

No 1

CANDALE, Joseph Patrick seaman 20 Swan Tce, Semaphore Park 1948 Memorial 99/522

CANDALE, Joseph Patrick carpenter 20 Swan Tce, Semaphore 1948 Application 28581

CANDLER, Elizabeth Frances widow Adelaide 1886[-1888] Memorial 113/379

CANDLER, William Thomas gentleman Adelaide, turned 21 on 20/4/1900. Son of the late Thomas Candler no description Memorial 223/442

CANDY, Cecil Harold formerly railway employee Tailem Bend 1959 now pensioner 13 Grovely Ave, Salisbury North, 'by reason of his mental and physical infirmity wholly unable to manage his affairs', the SA Supreme Court appointed his daughter Shirley Cecile LEWIS married woman 26 Gawler St, Salisbury his manager Application 29686

No 1

CANDY, Francis Lemon drover Noarlunga 1921, declared that he was born on 31/3/1871 Application 27038

CANDY, Francis Lemon drover Noarlunga 1923 Memorial 159/488

CANDY, George farmer Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 172/26

No 1

CANDY, Henry William butcher Noarlunga 1896[-1897] Memorial 248/427, Application 23341

CANDY, Henry William pensioner Noarlunga, died 4/11/1955 Magill Memorial 15/531

No 1

CANDY, Herbert James Gillingham butcher Noarlunga linked with William Henry Candy farmer Noarlunga 1899 Memorial 33/437

CANDY, Herbert James Gillingham butcher Noarlunga 1910[-1920] Memorial 98/463

CANDY, Herbert James Gillingham formerly butcher Noarlunga but now vigneron O'Halloran Hill 1925 Memorial 45/493

CANDY, Herbert Thomas hall porter Bowden 1929 Application 27738

CANDY, James farmer Co Light 1848 Memorial 451/10

CANDY, James Gillingham butcher Noarlunga linked with Louisa Candy married woman Noarlunga 1902 Memorial 36/456

CANDY, RH farmer Salisbury 1921 Memorial 142/484

No 1

CANDY, Richard Sydney vigneron O'Halloran Hill 1951 Memorial 64/526

CANDY, Richard Sydney farmer and grazier O'Halloran Hill, aged 39 in 1956 Application 29155

CANDY, Richard Sydney and James vignerons O'Halloran Hill 1960 Application 29398

No 1

CANDY, Thomas farmer Hundred of Willunga 1853 Memorial 484/54

CANDY, Thomas farmer Noarlunga 1856 Memorial 175/132

No 1

CANDY, Thomas Gillingham butcher Norwood and Harriet Candy his wife 1871 Memorial 182/252

CANDY, Thomas Gillingham butcher Stepney and Harriet Candy his wife 1874[-1893] Memorial 163/275

CANDY, Thomas Gillingham butcher Stepney 1896 Application 23140

CANDY, William carpenter Adelaide (Gilbert St) and Ann Candy his wife 1842 Memorial 40/2

No 1

CANDY, William Gillingham butcher Noarlunga and Louisa Candy his wife 1874 Application 14014

CANDY, William Gillingham and his wife, Louisa Candy, of Noarlunga 1902. WG Candy died 21/8/1909 intestate. They had a family of 9 children - Louisa Love MURDOCH storekeeper McLaren Vale, Fanny Maria BOEHM married woman Thomas St, Hyde Park, Sarah Harriett FAGG married woman Railway Tce, Goodwood; Henry William Candy butcher South Tce, Adelaide; Betsy Jane TURNER married woman Noarlunga; Francis Lemon Candy butcher Noarlunga; Frederick Joseph Candy farmer Cubbaling WA; Herbert James Gillingham Candy butcher Noarlunga; and Lewis Herschel Candy farmer Angaston by 1922 Application 27085

No 1

CANE, Charles brewer Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 240/69

CANE, Charles brewer Walkerville 1855 Memorial 418/84

CANE, Charles brewer Norwood 1875 Memorial 205/282

CANE, Charles brewer formerly of Norwood 1875 but now of Kent Town 1875 Application 14442

No 2

CANE, Charles Clerk of the District Council of Prospect 1923, declared that he had served 7 years as junior clerk, 15 years as assistant District Clerk, before his appointment as Clerk on 13/2/1922 Application 27148

CANE, Charles Town Clerk district Council of Prospect 6/2/1922-5/12/1933 Town Clerk Corporation of the city of Prospect from 5/12/1933 Application 27980

CANE, Frederick Alfred of Maitland 1881 Memorial 107/331

No 1

CANE, John stockeeper Hindmarsh 1854 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 220/64

CANE, John stockkeeper and Charles Cane brewer both of Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 240/69

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CANE, John labourer Gawler 1864 Memorial 63/200

CANFIELD, John Bartholomew storeman Rushton St, Goodwood 1920 Memorial 7/481

No 1

CANHAM, Charles B storeman Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 10/146

CANHAM, Charles Burnet storekeeper Hackham 1867[-1904] Memorial 234/221

CANHAM, Charles Burnett storekeeper Hackham 1906 Memorial 127/455

CANHAM, Joseph farmer Mannum 1896 Memorial 236/427

CANHAM, William of Mannum 1890 Memorial 177/401

CANN, John tailor North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 359/20

No 1

CANN, Peter farmer South Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Onkaparinga land purchase Memorial 290/47

CANN, Peter farmer formerly of South Adelaide but now of the Greenhill Road 1860 Memorial 347/166

CANN, Peter farmer formerly of South Adelaide 1853 but now of Greenhill Road 1878 Application 16671

CANN, Peter gardener Mt Lofty 1862 Farmer Green Hill Rd 1878 Application 16671

CANN, Walter Lawrence dealer The Parade, Norwood 1940, owned a house in Edward St, Norwood, called Rimpstone Lodge. This house used to belong to a widow, Mrs Mary PRITCHARD, of Edward St, Norwood. John Daykin HOLBROOK gentleman the Reedbeds had settled the house in trust upon Mary Pritchard wife of William Robert Pritchard storekeeper Adelaide in 1863. The estate would descend to her children, if she had any, otherwise it would go to her brothers, after she died. In 1873, JD Holbrook gave her the house outright instead. Mrs Pritchard willed the property (date of death 3/4/1896) to her granddaugher, Alice Maude Constance WOOLLARD, daughter of Elizabeth Sarah Daykin Pritchard and Walter Woollard accountant Adelaide. Walter Woollard married Elizabeth Pritchard in November 1883. Mrs Woollard died 19/3/1914. Alice Maude Constance Woollard died 10/10/1938 South Coast District Hospital, of 24 hours' coronary thrombosis, aged 55 [Was Mary Pritchard a daughter of JD Holbrook?] Application 28242

CANN, William Henry Methodist minister Adelaide 1928 Memorial 111/501

CANN, Walter James plasterer Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1914 Grant Book 2 Page 33 County Adelaide

No 1

CANNAN, David Alexander Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 237/57

CANNAN, David Alexander Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 177/94

No 1

CANNAN, John gentleman formerly of Seymour St, Portman Square, Middlesex, England but now of Adelaide 1839 Memorial 419/70

Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Van Diemen’s Land 1844. Enrolment 6/21

Surveyor Van Diemen’s Land, presently in Adelaide 1851 Memorial 425/31

CANNAN, David DD sometime Minister of the United Parishes of Mains and Strathmartine Co Forfar, Scotland, and presently residing in Danube St, Edinburgh, Scotland, father of the deceased John Cannan sometime Governernment Surveyor and Engineer and merchant in Australia, power of attorney to David A Cannan presently residing at 17 Bryanstone St, Portman Square, London, but who is about to proceed to Australia 1853. John Cannan's real estate included land 'situated in Rivoli Bay and partly situated in Scotland' Memorial 105/68

CANNAN, John Government Surveyor and merchant formerly of SA and Van Diemen's Land, died 26/8/1852 intestate, his father's home Danube St, Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland (Rev'd David Cannan DD, formerly Minister of the United Parishes of Mains and Strathmartine, Co Forfar). He had no will, because he intended to marry shortly after the date on which he died. John Morphett Speaker of the House of Assembly SA John Cannan's SA attorney. John Cannan was in SA in April 1851 from Van Diemen's Land, when he bought land in the Hundred of Rivoli Bay. His father gave power of attorney to David Alexander Cannan of Melbourne Vic to settle John Cannan's estate in Australia. David Cannan the father as heir at law, died 12/7/1854, natural decay, aged 78, leaving his eldest son, the Rev'd Francis Cannan, Chaplain to HM Forces, Shorncliff, Kent, as his late brother's heir at law. The Rev'd David Cannan Minister of the Gospel of Kerrymuir, had married Margaret Catcherlong LOWE, daughter of Dr Joseph Lowe of Unthank near Brechin, on 30/4/1804 at Brechin. John Cannan born and baptised 23/2/1814 Murroes, Co Forfar, Scotland, where his father had been the Minister since at least 1809 Application 14689

CANNAN, John Government surveyor and engineer and merchant Australia, died 27/8/1852 on a visit to his father, Rev’d David Cannan DD Minister of the United Parishes of Mains and Strathmartine, Co Forfar, Scotland. Mr Cannan appointed his nephew, David Alexander Cannan, presently residing at 17 Bryanstone St, Portman Square, London, Middlesex, but who was about to proceed to Australia, power of attorney to wind up and sell the estate of John Cannan 3/5/1853 Deposit 17/1854

CANNAN, Thomas farmer Meadow Bank Emu Flat Vic 1879 Memorial 21/316

CANNELL, Robert groom Adelaide 1850 Memorial 33/21

No 1

CANNELL, Thomas farmer The Hermitage 1853[-1855] Memorial 326/52

CANNELL, Thomas farmer Houghton 1853 Memorial 244/54

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CANNELL, Thomas farmer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1857[-1862] Grant Book 44 Page 131 County Light

CANNELL, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1864[-1882] Memorial 235/198

CANNING, James engineer Adelaide (off Chancery Lane) 1888 Memorial 46/395

No 1

CANNING, Jesse builder North Adelaide 1876 Application 15521

CANNING, Jesse out of business Nailsworth 1884 Memorial 90/360

CANNING, Marinus Francis Alfred Esquire usually resident in Sydney NSW but now temporarily residing in Adelaide 1877 Memorial 225/300

No 1

CANNON, Jeremiah labourer Cowandilla 1846 Memorial 129/6

CANNON, Jeremiah blacksmith Morphett Vale 1854 He had an involvement with the Hurtle Vale steam mill Memorial 9/77

CANNON, Michael plasterer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 259/27

CANNY, Honora spinster Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grants 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 212 County Dalhousie

CANNY, John storekeeper Hansborough Co Light. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 8 County Newcastle

CANNY, Mary Ellen married woman Carrieton. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1944 Grant Book 13 Page 388 County Dalhousie

CANNY, Nicholas farmer Cradock 1885[-1890] Memorial 158/372

CANNY, Sarah widow Orroroo 1894 Memorial 121/420

No 1

CANNY, Thomas miner Kapunda 1864 Memorial 107/195

No 2 – perhaps the same person

CANNY, Thomas labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 163 County Dalhousie

CANNY, Thomas labourer Hawker Co Blachford. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1913 Grant Book 13 Page 213 County Dalhousie

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CANNY, William farmer Kapunda 1862[-1871] Enrolment 57/44

CANNY, William blacksmith Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

CANNY, William blacksmith Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 164 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CANT, Charles farmer Rapid Bay 1883 Memorial 134/348

CANT, Charles William farmer Second Valley 1895 Application 22833

CANT, Alexander and Allen William Cant farmers Kelly. Kimba Methodist Church trustees 1916 Grant Book 9a Page 2 County Buxton

CANT, Charles Griffin, George William and Tom Alexander Cant farmers Kimba 1915 Grant Book 9a Page 2 County Buxton

CANT, Elizabeth widow Little Adelaide 1907 Application 25321

No 1

CANT, George livery stable keeper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 278/48

CANT, George coach proprietor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 45/88

CANT, George farmer Challaston Grove 1858 Memorial 3/143

CANT, George innkeeper Adelaide (Green Dragon Inn South Tce) 1861 Application 2531

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CANT, George James greengrocer Norwood 1891 Application 22020

CANT, George James gardener Summertown 1902 Memorial 178/445

No 1

CANT, Griffin storekeeper Adelaide (Leigh St) 1856 Memorial 214/103

CANT, Griffin the Elder gentleman Adelaide linked with George Cant ginger beer and soda water manufacturer Forest Creek Vic, and Griffin Cant the Younger miner Old Daisy Hill 1860 Memorial 105/163

CANT, Griffin merchant Adelaide 1864 Memorial 50/195

CANT, Griffin the Elder formerly gentleman 1860 but now corn factor Adelaide 1867. In 1860, other members of his family included Griffin Cant the Younger miner Old Daisy Hill Vic and George Cant ginger beer and soda water manufacturer Forest Creek Vic Application 8326

CANT, LG clerk Adelaide 1918[-1919] Memorial 64/477

No 1

CANTON, George cabinetmaker Norwood linked with John Canton bootmaker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 354/100

CANTON, George cabinetmaker formerly of Norwood but now of Marryatville 1857 Memorial 13/120

CANTON, John bootmaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 487/65

No 1

CANTON, Richard cabinetmaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 238/17

Ginger beer manufacturer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 250/27

CANTON, Richard cabinetmaker Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 111/34.

CANTON, William Charles of Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of Richard Canton cabinetmaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 496/62

CANTON, William Charles cabinetmaker Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of the late Charles Canton formerly cabinetmaker Adelaide deceased 1858 Memorial 165/134

CANTWELL, Edward gas company employee 1 Alfred St, Walkerville 1945, declared that he had been born in 1883 in Adelaide. By 1903, he was living at Thebarton. He had been a good friend of the James POWER family of Adelaide and Thebarton since 1890 Application 28419

CANWELL, James farmer Aldinga Hundred of Myponga land grant 1866 Grant Book 36 Page 419 County Hindmarsh

No 1

CANUT, Augustin farmer Auburn 1853[-1857] Memorial 87/57

CANUT, Augustin teamster Auburn 1854 Memorial 494/63

CANUT, Francis farmer Wilpena 1876 Memorial 232/289

No 1

CANUTE, Daniel Henry 22 bachelor painter Adelaide (Father: Augustus Canute) married Susan Jane RENFREY 17 spinster house duties Adelaide (Father: John Renfrey) on 25/12/1881 John Renfrey's house Hurtle Tce, Adelaide. Minister: CH HAGGAR. Witnesses: G & A BADGER Alfred St, Norwood. By 1903, DH Canute was a painter of Claremont WA Application 24664

CANUTE, Daniel Henry painter near Kapunda and Susan Jane Canute his wife 1891 Memorial 102/408

CANUTE, Gordon Morris labourer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1926 Grant Book 14 Page 341 County Daly

CAPERRE, Emile equestrian manager Adelaide (The Olympic Circus 'intended for equestrian performances' next to the Billy Barlow Inn Light Square) 1851  Memorial 309/35

CAPLE, John gentleman Grote St, Adelaide 1880 Application 18258

CAPLE, Joseph accountant Broken Hill NSW 1912 Memorial 235/466

No 1

CAPNER, William farmer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 233/69

CAPNER, William farmer Langhorne Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1866 Grant Book 58 Page 3 County Sturt

CAPORELLI, Nicolaus Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 293/27

No 1

CAPPER, Alfred gentleman Adelaide (Carrington St) 1847 Memorial 156/9

CAPPER, Alfred sheriff's officer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 130/94

CAPPER, Alfred sheriff's officer Unley 1856 Memorial 142/109

CAPPER, Alfred of Unley, died c1861. He left his entire estate to Lucy Capper his wife. Daniel KEKWICK of Unley and J Kekwick of Adelaide witnessed the will Memorial 214/175

No 1

CAPPER, Charles labourer Torrens Vale Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1898 Grant Book 37 Page 232 County Hindmarsh

CAPPER, Charles farmer Torrens Vale 1922 Application 27112

CAPPER, Henry baker's assistant Kensington and Ettie Capper his wife 1909 Memorial 29/462

CAPPER, John merchant 77 Amhurst Road, Hackney, Middlesex, a trustee of the Australian Mining Company, died 2/11/1874. Promoter and then director of the Australian Mining Company. Thomas Hanson Peile solicitor, late of Great Winchester St, but later of Mansion House Place, London, was attorney and solicitor for the company in London, up to at least 1/1/1851 Deposit 99/1880

CAPPER, JC bank clerk Millicent 1894 Memorial 81/423

CAPPER, Samuel James merchant of Adelaide Place, London Bridge, London, Middlesex, and Leyton, Essex, England, buried at Leyton, 21/10/1847, aged 57 Deposit 223/1873

CAPPER, Thomas stockholder Clare 1855[-1856] Memorial 17/96

CAPPER, William of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1865[-1869] Memorial 118/217

CAPUA, Mark clothier and draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 340/101

No 1

CARBIN, Thomas wheelwright Adelaide 1844[-1860] Memorial 135/4, Application 1914

CARBIN, Thomas of Adelaide SA Temperance Freehold Land & Building Society trustee 1853 Memorial 70/48

CARBIN, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1859[-1864] Application 21280

CARBINS, Arnold Ernest labourer formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Barmera 1945 Memorials 97 & 98/519

No 1

CARBIS, Edmund cab proprietor Adelaide 1868 Memorial 124/230

CARBIS, Edmund coach proprietor Brighton 1881 Memorial 92/328

No 1

CARBIS, Francis miner Burra Burra 1851 Memorial 260/36.

CARBIS, Francis miner married Grace nee ? on 11/2/1845 at St Clar's Cornwall, England. The Carbis family emigrated to SA. F Carbis miner Burra, died in September 1851 at the Serpentine on his way overland to the Victoria gold fields. His widow, now Grace JENKINS wife of Athanasius Jenkins miner Sandhurst Vic, and her late husband's friend, Richard GLUYAS of Hamilton SA (who helped to bury F Carbis) supplied the above information 1876. F Carbis's heir at law, his son, James Frederick Carbis cordial manufacturer Sandhurst, inherited his father's estate 1878 Application 16786

CARBIS, James Frederick cordial manufacturer Sandhurst Vic 1896 Memorial 242/295

CARBIS, Pascoe yeoman Unley Road 1851[-1853] Memorial 399/37

CARD, John of St Leonards and his wife, Eliza Card, both deceased 1883 Application 19619

CARDELL, William Harris gentleman Adelaide 1868 Application 9435

CARDEN, John yeoman Black Forest 1850 Memorial 57/25

No 1

CAREW, Simon of St Johns near Kapunda 1861 Memorial 145/183

CAREW, Simon RC clergyman Kapunda 1862 Memorial 71/188

CAREWICKHAM, James butcher Glenelg 1853 Memorial 100/57

No 1

CAREY, Alfred Edgar William John of Auburn 1867 Application 8575

CAREY, Alfred Edgar William John of Auburn and Harriett Carey his wife, formerly Harriett WARHURST widow of the late John Warhurst formerly shoemaker Auburn 1868 Application 9440

CAREY, Bartholomew labourer Macclesfield and Honora Carey his wife 1873[-1879] Memorial 178/268

CAREY, Bartley labourer Macclesfield 1875 Application 14292

CAREY, Clara Gordon spinster 7 Leicester Place, Clifton, Glos, England, formerly of Glenelg SA, power of attorney to John SOUTTAR Esquire Glenelg and RB SMITH Esquire Torrens Park, Mitcham, to manage her SA estates 26/10/1874 Deposit 164/1882

No 1

CAREY, Daniel farmer Little Para 1855 Hundred of Belvidere land grant Memorial 272/102

CAREY, Daniel farmer Kapunda 1885. He could not write Application 20541

CAREY, Daniel farmer Spring Creek near Kapunda 1885 Application 20637

CAREY, Daniel farmer died. His widow, Mary Carey, remarried to John SHEEHAN who died before his wife. Mary Sheehan died 27/4/1888 a widow and intestate. By 1910, the children of Daniel and Mary Carey included; James Joseph Carey and Richard Carey farmers Salisbury, John Carey farmer Salisbury and Margaret Carey spinster Salisbury Memorial 97/463

CAREY, FJ chaff dealer Kensington 1894 Memorial 34/421

CAREY, Hubert draper Park Tce, Salisbury 1957 Memorial 118/531

No 1

CAREY, James mason Watervale 1858[-1860] Memorial 150/139

CAREY, James farmer Watervale 1874 Memorial 161/278

CAREY, James mason Watervale, died 3/12/1891 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Ann Carey, to settle his £35 estate Memorial 188/432

CAREY, James mason and farmer Watervale, died 3/12/1891 intestate. Husband of Mary Ann Cary, who still lived in Watervale by 1898 Memorial 150/434

No 2

CAREY, James farmer Laura Co Victoria. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 169 County Dalhousie

No 3

CAREY, James farmer White Cliffs. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1896 Grant Book 24 Page 630 County Frome

CAREY, James Richard (died 1957), and Julia Mary Carey his wife. Parents of Mary Veronica FOUNTAIN, married woman 63 Henley Beach Rd, Mile End, aged 46 in 1962. Mrs Fountain was also the granddaughter of Richard Joseph Carey (died 2/8/1943) and his wife, Mary Carey (widow Salisbury, aged 95 in 1962). Mrs Fountain had 2 brothers - Austin Joseph Carey (public servant 61 Henley Beach Rd, Mile End in 1962) and also Peter Carey (who died 1/1/1934 aged 12 years) Application 29455

No 1

CAREY, John carpenter Booborowie 1870 Memorial 214/247

No 2

CAREY, John carpenter Aberdeen 1875 Application 14453

No 3

CAREY, John railway carrier Gawler South 1878 Application 16950

No 4

CAREY, John labourer Macclesfield 1878 Memorial 217/310

CAREY, John the Elder farmer Macclesfield 1885 Application 20452

CAREY, John the Elder labourer Macclesfield, died 19/7/1895 intestate. Husband of Mary Carey. Father of John Carey the Younger labourer Happy Valley, Thomas and Patrick Carey labourers Happy Valley, Michael Carey labourer Macclesfield, Katherine NEAGLE wife of Patrick Neagle labourer Mt Barker, and Agnes Carey spinster Happy Valley. Mary Carey widow Macclesfield, died 20/12/1907 Memorials 91, 92 & 165/458

No 5 – perhaps the same person

CAREY, John farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 51 County Dalhousie

CAREY, John farmer Kapunda aged 77 in 1913, declared that he had lived in Kapunda for 55 years and more Application 26125

No 1

CAREY, John Barnett broker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 133/18

Wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1850 Memorial 398/26

CAREY, JB wine and spirit merchant Section 3053 Para Special Survey 1851 Memorial 370/34.

CAREY, John Barnett and WREN, Abraham wine and spirit merchants Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 136/37.

CAREY, John Kevin the Younger carpenter Dublin St, Pt Lincoln 1948 linked with John Kenneth Carey the Elder of the same address Applications 28588 & 28593

No 1

CAREY, Joseph farmer Gumeracha 1850 Did he have a family link with Joseph BROADRIBB farmer Gumeracha? Memorial 150/71

CARY, Joseph farmer Gumeracha 1855 Hundred of Yankalilla land grants Memorial 322/85

CAREY, Joseph farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1862[-1863] Grant Book 58 Page 301 County Sturt

CAREY, Mary widow Salisbury 1866 Application 7495

CAREY, Michael James labourer Macclesfield 1927 Memorial 113/498

CAREY, Patrick James boiler maker Kilkenny and Ellen Carey his wife 1913 Application 26200

No 1

CAREY, Richard Joseph out of business Salisbury 1937, had lived in Salisbury since 1884. he had been born on 1/5/1857 Application 28091

CAREY, Richard Joseph farmer Salisbury 1940 Application 28258

CAREY, Mary widow Salisbury 1950. Relict of the late Richard Joseph Carey formerly labourer Salisbury, who died 3/8/1943. His mother, Mary SHEEHAN, was still alive in 1884. Mary Carey declared that she had lived in Salisbury since her marriage in 1884 and was now aged 87 in 1950 Application 28763

CAREY, Theophilus Mattingly chartered civil engineer Adelaide 1925 Memorial 25/495

No 1

CAREY, Theophilus Skilton printer and publisher Adelaide 1877 Memorial 250/302

CAREY, Theophilus Skilton printer Magill 1883 Memorial 41/354

CAREY, Theophilus Skilton bookseller formerly of Magill but now of Perth WA 1901 Memorial 112/442

CAREY, William labourer Macclesfield 1897 Application 23489

CAREY, William John licensed victualler Adelaide took out a 10-year lease on the Duke of Edinburgh Hotel Leigh St from the Leigh Trustees in 1868 at £208 a year Memorial 173/231

No 1

CARGEEG, GH clerk to HBT STRANGWAYS solicitor Adelaide 1869[-1871] Memorial 147/243

CARGEEG, GH clerk to Henry Bull Templar STRANGWAYS solicitor Adelaide and Glenelg (p.r..) 1870 Memorial 196/249

CARGEEG, George Henry agent Adelaide (Victoria Chambers Victoria Square) 1881 Memorial 81/332

CARGEEG, George Henry and Edwin Sawle HUGHES auctioneers and agents Adelaide (Pirie St) 1882[-1883] Memorial 149/346

CARGEEG, Richard carpenter Adelaide 1852 Memorial 457/39

No 1

CARKEET, Thomas miner Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 282/75

CARKEET, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 16/74

CARKEET, Thomas grocer Adelaide 1864 Memorial 136/199

CARL, Alfred dealer Hindmarsh 1860 Memorial 291/167

CARL, Carl cabinetmaker Tanunda 1850 Memorial 213/25

CARL, Thomas gardener Glen Osmond 1849[-1850] Memorial 395/28

No 1 – the Elder

CARLAW, George the Elder of Pt Victoria trustee cemetery Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

CARLAW, George the Elder blacksmith Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 225 County Fergusson

No 2 – the Younger

CARLAW, George the Younger blacksmith Sheaoak Log Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 204 County Fergusson

No 1

CARLAW, Hugh 29 mariner Morgan (Father: James Carlaw) married Ellen JENKINSON widow Morgan (Father: William BURNET) on 2/12/1879 Christ Church parsonage, Kapunda. Minister: JM DONALDSON. Witnesses: Robert BREWSTER merchant Kapunda and HL HAMILTON of Kapunda 1926 Application 27449

CARLAW, Hugh fencer Kapunda and Mary Ann Ellen Carlaw his wife formerly Mary Ann Ellen JENKINS widow of Kapunda 1881 Memorial 128/330

CARLE, Charles formerly of Adelaide but now of Wellington on the Murray River 1856 Widow and Orphan's Fund trustee of the SA District of the Oddfellow's Lodge Memorial 80/100

CARLE, Elton Keith Eustace manufacturing chemist Luhrs Rd, Payneham, and Nancy Viola Carle his wife 1958 Application 29328

CARLE, John gardener Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 46/34.

CARLETON, Charles James porter merchant Blyth Buildings, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 153/56

No 1

CARLIER, Walter Braimer cab proprietor near Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 131/304, Application 16771

CARLIER, Walter Braimer licensed victualler Marryatville 1881 Memorial 150a/332

CARLILE, AD clerk to Messrs SYME & SISON brewers Adelaide 1900 Memorial 172/441

No 1

CARLILE, Ann widow Hindley St, Adelaide 1878 Memorial 4/319

CARLILE, Ann widow formerly of Hindley St, Adelaide but then of Nailsworth, died 4/5/1886. She left her estate to her daughter, Susan Carlile spinster of the same address Memorial 192/376

No 1

CARLILE, John Ogle stock agent Adelaide 1880 Memorial 158/326

CARLILE, John Ogle stock agent Norwood 1883 Memorial 78/347

CARLILE, John Ogle gentleman Adelaide, James Angas JOHNSON gentleman Adelaide and John WHYTE gentleman Adelaide co-partners as sheep farmers at Thurk Station 1885 Memorial 169/364

CARLIN, Benjamin merchant Adelaide 1855 Memorial 104/91

CARLIN, Ernest Herbert civil engineer West Perth WA 1932 Memorial 179/505

No 1

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin gentleman North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 280/42.

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin ironmonger Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 208/67

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin ironmonger Adelaide (Rundle St) 1856 Memorial 63/109

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin Esquire Adelaide 1860 Memorial 80/165

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin ironmonger Adelaide 1861[-1866] Memorial 153/178

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin merchant Adelaide 1867 Memorial 214/227

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin importer and merchant Adelaide 1867 Memorials 244 & 245/224

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin merchant Pt Lincoln early 1867 Memorial 30/226

Importer Adelaide late 1867 Memorial 28/226

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin ironmonger formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Lincoln 1868[-1869] Memorial 202/234

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin formerly ironmonger Adelaide but now storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1873 Memorials 194 & 195/270

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin storekeeper Pt Lincoln Lipson township allotment land grant 1873[-1874] Grant Book 21 Page 175 County Flinders

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin formerly hardwareman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1857 but then of Pt Lincoln, died 30/7/1878. Sarah Carlin mentioned but not described Memorial 103/311

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin died, 30/7/1878. His widow, Sarah Carlin, lived in Kent Town by 1890. Family living at that stage included: William Brooke Carlin storekeeper Redhill, Hannah Mary THOMAS wife of Paul Clark Thomas minister of the gospel Perth WA, Frederick Issett Carlin ironmonger Adelaide, Fanny Marion HAMMOND wife of Cecil Henry Hammond merchant Fremantle WA, Ada Quinton Carlin spinster Kent Town, Edith EVAN wife of Cadwallader Burton Evan overseer Warrow, Thomas Eustace Carlin draper Adelaide, Ernest Herbert Carlin civil engineer Heyington Place, Toorak Vic and Ethel Maud Carlin spinster Kent Town Memorial 243/404 & RPA Search 555

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin died 30/7/1878. His widow, Sarah Carline, of Kent Town, died 26/4/1909. The Carlin family as of 1909 included: William Brooke Carlin civil servant 4 Woolwich St, West Leederville WA; Hannah Mary THOMAS nee Carlin, now wife of Paul Clarke Thomas minister of the gospel Woodville; Frederick Issitt Carlin out of business Kent Town; Fanny Marian HAMMOND nee Carlin wife of Cecil Henry Hammond of near Fremantle WA; Edith EVAN nee Carlin wife of Cadwallader Burton Evan of Millswood; Ethel Maud DARLING nee Carlin wife of Charles Alfred Darling merchant Merton Hall Road, Wimbledon, Surrey, England; Ada Brunton Carling spinster Kent Town; and Ernest Herbert Carlin civil engineer Fremantle WA Memorial 33/462

CARLIN, Frederick Benjamin formerly importer Adelaide then Kent Town; afterwards storekeeper Pt Lincoln between 1868-1873. He died 30/7/1878 Hallett, leaving his entire estate to his widow, Sarah Carlin. Sarah Carlin died 26/4/1909 Kent Town. The family of FB and S Carlin included 1910 William Brooke Carlin civil servant 24 Woolwich St, West Leederville WA, Frederick Issett Carlin out of business Kent Town; Fanny Marian HAMMOND wife of Cecil Henry Hammond land agent Fremantle WA; Edith EVAN wife of Cadallader Burton Evan comercial clerk Millswood; Ethel Maud DARLING wife of Charles Alfred Darling merchant Thistledene Merton Hall Road Wimbledon, Surrey, England; Ada Quinton Carlin spinster Kent Town; Ernest Herbert Carlin civil engineer Femantle WA Application 25731

CARLIN, Sarah widow Kent Town 1881[-1895] Memorial 157/334

CARLIN, Sarah widow Kent Town Hundred of Louth land grant 1884 Grant Book 21 Page 14 County Flinders

CARLIN, Sarah widow formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Kent Town 1892[-1907] Memorial 92/413

CARLIN, Sarah nee BROOKE widow of Frederick Benjamin Carlin Wakefield St, Kent Town, died 26/4/1909. Her son, William Brooke Carlin civil engineer 94 Woolwich St, Leederville WA, died 3/11/1919, of heart faiure, advanced cardiac degeneration and senile decay, aged 72. Born in Chelsea, England. In WA 23 years. Married Pt Lincoln, Isabella nee SINCLAIR. 2 sons and 2 daughters living; 1 son deceased. Another son, Frederick Issit Carlin, died 17/4/1921 Application 27912

No 1

CARLIN, William Brook storekeeper Yarandale 1877 Memorial 211/299

CARLIN, WB storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1879[-1881] Memorial 75/316

CARLIN, William Brooke storekeeper Pt Lincoln Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 39 County Musgrave

CARLIN, William Brooke storekeeper Pt Lincoln Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1881 Grant Book 179 Page 205 County Flinders

CARLIN, William Brooke storekeeper formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Redhill 1889 Memorial 82/400

CARLIN, William Brooke storekeeper formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Gladstone 1896 Memorial 35/427

CARLIN, William Brooke formerly storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1883[-1909], but now civil servant Woolwich St, Leederville WA linked with the estate of the late Sarah Carlin widow Kent Town who died 26/4/1909. Likely that Ethel Maud DARLING wife of Charles Alfred Darling merchant formerly of Stratheden Wembery Road, Hawthorne Vic but now of Thistledene 25 Merton Hall Road, Wimbledon, Surrey, England, belonged to this family Memorial 142, 171 & 247/461

CARLINE, George gentleman Adminga Station Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 73 County Not name

CARLING, Mark farmer Harrogate 1912 Memorial 96/466

No 1

CARLING, Matthew sheep farmer Harrogate, Harrogate Methodist Church trustee 1945 Application 28410

CARLING, Matthew farmer Harrogate 1949 Memorial 115/524

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

CARLING, Thomas farmer Harrogate 1873[-1879] Memorial 191/270

CARLING, Thomas farmer Hundred of Palmer 1886 Memorial 160/373

No 1

CARLINGTON, Richard miner Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 391/27

Miner North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 50/32

CARLINGTON, Richard miner Kanmantoo 1852 Memorial 336/40.

CARLISLE, Alfred of the Bijou Hotel Rundle St, Adelaide and Annie Carlisle his wife licensed victualler Adelaide 1901 Memorial 155/429

CARLOS, Alfred Walter commercial traveller Adelaide 1921[-1922] Application 27000, Memorial 85/485

CARLSEN, FH labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 411/38.

No 1

CARLSEN, Johann Jacob labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 411/38

CARLSEN, Johann Jacob farmer formerly of Kooringa but now of Franklin Vic 1858 Memorial 299/132

CARLSEN, Peter of Glen Warwick held a mineral lease over crown land near Eukaby Hill 1890 Memorial 61/401

CARLSON, Andrew of Johnsburg 1887 Memorial 225/385

CARLSON, Carl gardener Deep Creek near Norton Summit 1884 Memorial 156/362

CARLSON, Henry Frederick Julius out of business Albert St, Kapunda, died 24/3/1937. Son of Mathilde Louise Carlson. Brother to Alfred Sydney Carlson no description Memorial 20/511

No 1

CARLSON, Johann Edward carpenter Kapunda 1912 Memorial 109/466

CARLSON, Johann Eduard of Kapunda, died 9/8/1929. Husband of Mathilde Louise Carlson, who died 10/7/1936. Their son, Henry Frederick Julius Carlson, died 24/3/1937 a bachelor. Two other children in the JE Carlson family - Wilhelm Carl Carlson who died 8/6/1917 a bachelor and Alfred Sydney Carlson plumber Main St, Kapunda 1950 Application 28760

CARLYLE, Eliza Jean married woman Victor Harbor 1937 Application 28079

CARMAN, Albert Robert Masterman store manager Mundoora 1926 Grant Book 14 Page 290 County Daly

CARMAN, Alfred farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1920 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

CARMAN, David farmer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 225 County Daly

CARMAN, James Wardlaw Disher blacksmith Broughton Extension. Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

No 1

CARMAN, John wheelwright Thebarton 1847 Memorial 87/8

CARMAN, John of Chain of Ponds 1854 Memorial 497/76

CARMAN, John farmer Mundoora 1882 Memorial 240/338

No 1

CARMAN, Richard farmer Broughton Extension. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 377 County Daly

CARMAN, Richard farmer Keilla. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 266 County Daly

CARMAN, Robina married woman Toorak Gardens 1926 Application 27446

CARMAN, Samuel farmer Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 20/102

No 1

CARMAN, Thomas wheelwright Gawler Co Gawler. Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

CARMAN, Thomas wheelwright Quorn Co Newcastle. Hundred of Wokurna land grant 1898 Grant Book 15 Page 46 County Daly

No 1

CARMAN, Walter David blacksmith Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 287 County Daly

CARMAN, Walter David wheat agent Black Forest Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1927 Grant Book 14 Page 290 County Daly

No 1

CARMAN, William blacksmith Adelaide 1845 Memorial 223/5

CARMAN, William blacksmith Chain of Ponds 1853 Memorial 241/107

CARMAN, William publican Chain of Ponds 1855[-1858] Memorial 481/82

CARMAN, William blacksmith Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 97/89

CARMAN, William blacksmith Maidstone 1859[-1860] Memorial 57/159

CARMAN, Emma Sarah widow Barunga. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 379 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CARMICHAEL, Andrew farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 458/85

CARMICHAEL, Andrew farmer the Light 1858 Memorial 312/143

CARMICHAEL, Andrew farmer Dunnikier near Stockport 1858 Stockport District School trustee Memorial 58/152

CARMICHAEL, Andrew and Lawrence farmers Stockport on the Gilbert 1861 Application 2094

CARMICHAEL, Andrew farmer Telowie 1885 Memorial 156/365

No 2

CARMICHAEL, Andrew farmer Morphett Vale 1862 Application 3158

CARMICHAEL, Andrew farmer Morphett Vale 1865[-1877] Memorial 219/201

CARMICHAEL, Andrew clerk District Council Morphett Vale 1875 Memorial 190/283

CARMICHAEL, Andrew carpenter Morphett Vale 1876 Memorial 241/290

CARMICHAEL, Andrew farmer formerly of Morphett Vale but now of South Tce, Adelaide 1912 Application 26140

No 1

CARMICHAEL, Archibald grazier Lucindale trustee Showground Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1900 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

CARMICHAEL, Archibald farmer Lucindale 1920 Memorial 3/481

CARMICHAEL, Christina widow near Adelaide 1867 Application 8367

CARMICHAEL, Dugald carpenter Bowden 1846[-1848] Memorial 200/6

No 1 - probably the same person

CARMICHAEL, George farmer near Adelaide 1845 Memorial 71/5

Farmer Adelaide. Linked with William Carmichael farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 12/17

CARMICHAEL, George blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 46/37

Pt Adelaide and Alberton Building Society trustee 1852 Memorial 200/45

CARMICHAEL, George farmer Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 455/51

CARMICHAEL, George farmer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 455/51

CARMICHAEL, George farmer Section 424 Survey B 1853 Memorial 122/55

CARMICHAEL, George farmer Reedbeds 1855[-1856] Memorial 242/85

CARMICHAEL, George farmer Woodville 1861 Memorial 180/175

CARMICHAEL, George formerly blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1855 but now farmer Reedbeds 1866 Application 7255

CARMICHAEL, George gentleman Woodville, died c1873. He left his entire estate according to instructions in his will; one third to his sister, Barbara Carmichael spinster Woodville; one third equally to his sister-in-law, Christina Carmichael wife of the late William Carmichael and their children Barbara Carmichael, John Duncan Carmichael, Frances Carmichael and Jennet Ann Carmichael; and one third equally to James Beaton, Ann Beaton, William Beaton and George Beaton children of the late David Beaton and Ann Beaton Memorial 7/265

CARMICHAEL, Henry farmer Weetulta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 279 County Daly

CARMICHAEL, Henry Marshall marine engineer Sandwell Pt Adelaide 1913 Memorial 136/468

CARMICHAEL, Jeremiah Watts Andrew farmer Dunnikier near Stockport 1858 Memorial 21/141

CARMICHAEL, John joiner Adelaide 1858 Memorial 136/141

No 1

CARMICHAEL, Lawrence farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 458/85

CARMICHAEL, Lawrence farmer of the Light 1858 Memorial 312/143

CARMICHAEL, Lawrence farmer Hundred of Minlacowie 1889[-1891] Memorial 41/396

CARMODY, Bartholomew of Tothill Creek Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 19 Page 5 County Fergusson

No 1

CARMODY, Martin labourer Willaston 1901, declared that he had lived at Willaston from 1858 until the present time Application 24130

CARMODY, Martin labourer Willaston, died 8/11/1901 intestate. Letters of administration to his son, Michael Carmody furnaceman Willaston. Estate worth £75 Application 24530

CARMICHAEL, Thomas linked with Pt Section 7 Survey B 1854 Memorial 299/87

No 1

CARMICHAEL, William farmer Section 433 Survey B 1841[-1853] Memorial 343/2

CARMICHAEL, William farmer Reedbeds 1853 Memorial 381/56

CARMICHAEL, William Stuart farmer Telowie 1899 Memorial 155/438

CARMODY, Bartholomew farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 162 County Dalhousie

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CARMODY, John the Elder farmer Reedbeds father of John Carmody the Younger farmer St Kilda near Melbourne Vic 1872 Memorial 68/263

CARMODY, John the Younger of Melbourne Vic owned land in the Reedbeds 1899 Memorial 214/438

CARMODY, J farmer Gulnare 1916 Memorial 23/475

No 1

CARMODY, Martin labourer Willaston 1866 Memorial 37/215

CARMODY, Martin formerly furnace worker Willaston but now of Adelaide 1910 Memorial 121/463

No 1

CARMODY, Michael farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 74 County Dalhousie

No 2

CARMODY, Michael farmer Baroota 1887[-1888] Memorial 138/384

CARMODY, Michael licensed victualler Glen Wills Vic owned land in the Hundred of Baroota 1898 Memorial 153/435

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

CARMODY, Michael furnaceman Willaston near Gawler 1901 Memorial 211/444

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CARMODY, Patrick shoemaker Kapunda 1859 Memorial 58/156

CARMODY, Patrick of near Saddleworth 1864 Memorial 223/218

No 2

CARMODY, Patrick labourer Gumeracha 1874 Memorial 14/273

CARMODY, Patrick Joseph mason Kooringa 1878[-1807] Memorial 118/320

No 1

CARMODY, Peter moulder Gawler 1893 Memorial 46/419

CARMODY, Peter ironmoulder Gawler South 1898 Application 23513

CARMODY, Timothy labourer Bowden 1869 Application 10211

No 1

CARMODY, Thomas labourer Bowden 1876 Application 14809

No 2

CARMODY, Thomas farmer Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CARN, Henry carrier near Charleston Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 44 County Dalhousie

CARN, Henry farmer Carrieton. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1921 Grant Book 13 Page 387 County Dalhousie

CARN, Richard of Franklin Harbour 1898 Memorial 131/434

No 1

CARNE, Henry miner Tungkillo Mine Reedy Creek 1851 Memorial 428/35

CARNE, Henry miner Allen Creek 1853 Memorial 102/53

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

CARNE, Henry engineer North Kapunda 1858 Memorial 23/143

CARNE, Henry engineer Kapunda 1865 Memorial 181/203

CARNE, Henry engineer Kapunda 1871 Application 11573

CARNE, James Henry miller Willunga 1854 Memorial 6/65

No 1

CARNE, Samuel formerly gardener 1869 but now nursery gardener and storekeeper Kincraig 1871 Application 11677

CARNE, Samuel of Narracoorte 1871 Memorial 217/254

No 1

CARNE, William of Adelaide 1839 Memorial 469/98

CARNE, William carpenter and joiner formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler 1846 Memorial 84/6

CARNE, William labourer Gawler 1846 Memorial 224/8

Carpenter Gawler 1847 Memorial 87/10

Of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 274/23

Carpenter Gawler 1853[-1856] Hundred of Pt Gawler land purchase Memorial 487/56

CARNE, William carpenter arrived SA 1839 Java. He lived in Adelaide, then Kapunda. c1851, ‘of sound mind’ and aged c36 years, he left SA for the Victorian gold diggings and never heard of since that time. Henry Carne engineer Kapunda gave this information 1883 Application 19804

No 1

CARNELL, William farmer near Mannum 1886 Memorial 150/375

CARNELL, William farmer Angas Valley 1902 Memorial 165/445

CARNELL, William out of business Angaston, died c 1916. Father of Sarah Sellers FRICK, William John Carnell, George James Carnell and Alice Louisa STROTHER widow Angaston Memorial 101/474

CARNEY, Alfred George labourer Pt Pirie. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 417 County Victoria

CARNEY, Mary Elizabeth widow Parkside 1912 Memorial 28/466

No 1

CARNIE, Adolph general commission agent Clare 1875[-1876] Memorial 15/283

CARNIE, Adolph of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 242/365

CARNIE, Richard farmer Wirreanda trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1880 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

CARNOW, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1853 Memorial 446/46

CAROLAN, Owen linked with Section 47 Hundred of Pitchi Richi Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 77/369

No 1

CAROLAN, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 164/46

CAROLAN, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1860 Memorial 67/170

No 1

CARPENTER, Edward carrier Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) 1942. Son of the late William Carpenter of Llwchwr near Burra and Auguste Carpenter his wife Memorial 1/517

CARPENTER, Augusta married woman Redruth 1925 Application 27403

CARPENTER, Frank quarryman Houghton 1892 Application 22288

CARPENTER, George labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1913 Grant Book 13 Page 61 County Dalhousie

No 1

CARPENTER, Henry carpenter Adelaide, and Mary Carpenter his sister 1845 Memorial 232/5

CARPENTER, Henry died c1847 unmarried and intestate. He had been trustee for his sister Mary Carpenter’s allotments in Little Adelaide, which she had bought from the people who had laid out the sub-division, Messrs EDWARDS and CALTON. The allotments had been enclosed and fenced for 23 years when Mary Carpenter made her declaration 29/11/1865 Deposit 293/1875

No 2

CARPENTER, Henry Gibbins cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide but at present residing in Melbourne Vic 1856 Memorial 283/107

CARPENTER, James labourer Walkerville 1877[-1881] Memorial 139/300, Application 18840

No 1

CARPENTER, James Henry farmer near Plympton and John Carpenter labourer near Mt Torrens 1881. Brothers to Mary Carpenter spinster near Glenelg, who died 23/12/1879 Memorial 72/334

CARPENTER, James Henry farmer Bay Road Plympton 1882 Memorial 152/339

CARPENTER, James Henry labourer Bay Road inherited all the real estate of Elizabeth BUDD widow Bay Road, who died 2/11/1891 Memorial 112/411

CARPENTER, James Henry labourer Bay Road 1892 Application 22211

CARPENTER, John labourer North Gumeracha 1881[-1904] Memorial 126/336

CARPENTER, Mary spinster Glenelg bought pt Section 152 A (40 acres) from Sir John Morphett MLC of Cummins near Adelaide for £40 in 1859 Memorial 204/323

CARPENTER, Mary spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of Section 152A Survey B 1865 Memorial 253/207

CARPENTER, Mary spinster pt Section 152A near Glenelg, died 23/12/1879. She left her real estate to her half-brothers, James and John Carpenter. Sir John MORPHETT the executor of her will Memorial 205/323

CARPENTER, Mary spinster Plympton, died 23/12/1879. By 1881, her half-brother, John Carpenter, was a labourer near Mt Torrens and her other half-brother, James Henry Carpenter, was a farmer at Plympton Memorial 72/334

CARPENTER, Mary spinster Section 151A Plympton, Bay Road, near Glenelg, died 23/12/1879. Her land adjoined Cummins to the south. Sir John MORPHETT Knight Cummins near Adelaide, the sole executor. Her cottage and furnishings, together with 20 acres of land to her half-brother, James Henry Carpenter, living with her. Another 20 acres of land to her other half-brother John Carpenter labourer Auburn, by 1881 at Mt Torrens. £20 legacies from money in the bank to the following children - Marianna Fisher Georgiana Morphett daughter of Sir John Morphett and Elizabeth his wife; Hurtle Willoughby Morphett 5th son of Sir John and Lady Morphett; Olive only daughter of William MAIR gentleman Glenelg and Mary his wife; Alice Eliza MAY third daughter of Charles William May 2nd master of St Peter’s College and Amy Gawler his wife; Mary only daughter of Harry Locket AYERS gentleman Hutt St, Adelaide and Ada Fisher his wife; Elizabeth only daughter of George HENDERSON gentleman Auckland, New Zealand, and Adelaide Sturt his wife; and Reginald Frederick COBB son of Reginald Cobb merchant Christ Church, New Zealand and Violet his wife. Any money in the bank surplus to need to be divided equally between James and John CARPENTER. Mary Carpenter had bought the land for £42 in 1859 from Sir John Morphett, who had bought the property in 1842 out of the bankrupt estate of Robert Nathaniel BURTON corn factor Mark Lane, London, whose local agent, Edward William ANDREWS merchant Adelaide, sold the SA land for the assignees in Britain Application 19552

CARPENTER, Johnson miner Broken Hill NSW. Linked with Richard Austin Carpenter labourer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1907[-1916] Memorials 87/457, 168/474

CARPENTER, Johnson Garfield carrier Burra 1948 Memorial 153/523

CARPENTER, Percival William soldier Burra 1944 Memorial 193/518

CARPENTER, Richard drover Aerowie near Blanchewater 1888 Application 21333

CARPENTER, Richard Austin out of business Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 26/9/1936 Kooringa. Brother to Susan BRAY married woman formerly of Koonawarra Station via Broken Hill NSW but now of Broken Hill NSW Memorial 73/510

CARPENTER, Robert Carr of Pt Adelaide 1847 Memorial 181/44

CARPENTER, Thomas butcher Aberdeen near Kooringa and Fanny Ann Carpenter his wife 1920 Memorial 149/481

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CARPENTER, William farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 64 County Fergusson

CARPENTER, William hotelkeeper Kulpara 1881 Memorial 68/331

CARPENTER, William out of business Llwchwr near Burra and Auguste Carpenter his wife 1905 Memorial 17/453

No 2

CARPENTER, William engineer Cross Roads. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 91 County Daly

No 3

CARPENTER, William labourer Burra 1942 Memorial 94/516

CARPENTER, William painter Burra 1947 Memorial 188/521

CARPENTER, William H boilermaker Adelaide 1897 Application 23451

CARR, Annie Florence widow Kapunda 1941 Memorial 86/515

CARR, CE bank manager Balaklava 1907 Memorial 136/457

CARR, CW storekeeper Wallaroo 1902 Memorial 75/446

No 1

CARR, George of near Pt Lincoln Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1882 Grant Book 179 Page 206 County Flinders

CARR, George farmer Tumby Bay 1903 Memorial 147/449

CARR, Henry livery stable keeper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 297/75

CARR, James labourer Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 439/23

No 1

CARR, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 188/70

CARR, John labourer Queenstown 1855 Memorial 177/80

No 2

CARR, John farmer Clarendon. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 303 County Adelaide

CARR, John farmer Clarendon 1861 Memorial 58/178

CARR, John farmer Glen Grove Dashwood Gully near Clarendon 1862 Applications 2972, 3415

CARR, John Esquire MP Glengrove Dashwood Gully 1872 Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 12431

CARR, John MHA near Clarendon 1874 Application 13679

CARR, John MP gentleman Glen Grove near Clarendon 1876[-1878] Memorial 111/289

CARR, John MP of Glengrove member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

CARR, John (The Hon) out of business Prospect 1906, declared that he remembered the Wickham Hill Methodist Chapel, situated on pt Section 571 Hundred of Willunga. The chapel operated from between 1860-1864, after which the congregation abandoned the real estate. The Hon John Carr had lived in the Clarendon area for many years Application 25052

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 2

CARR, John ironmonger Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20059

CARR, John Bonney gentleman Adelaide Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 2 County Lytton

CARR, John Edward carpenter Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 215 County Dalhousie

CARR, John Jefferson licensed victualler Adelaide (Foundry Hotel Hindley St) 1906 Memorial 2/455

CARR, Leslie William munition worker Kapunda linked with Annie Florence Carr widow Kapunda 1943 Memorial 9/517

CARR, Patrick wheelwright Kapunda 1865 Memorial 74/202

CARR, Percival Thomas May blacksmith Pennington linked with Elizabeth Carr widow Yatala East and Clara Olive Carr wife of Alexander Carr storeman Pt Adelaide 1941 Application 28286

CARR, R storeman Pt Augusta 1865 Memorial 139/204

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CARR, Robert of North Parade Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 358/40

CARR, Robert undertaker St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide. He leased 7 wooden houses 1863[-1877] Memorial 172/280

No 1

CARR, Robert labourer Wallaroo 1877 Application 15802

No 2

CARR, Robert gentleman Narridy Co Victoria. Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1879 Grant Book 44 Page 383 County Light

CARR, Ronald Albert baker Mt Gambier, died c1938 Application 28053

CARR, Stair farmer Hampstead 1854 Memorial 53/73

CARR, Thomas labourer presently residing in the Edinburgh Castle Inn, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 472/31

No 1

CARR, Whitmore Blake widower Adelaide (wife died 1894) 42 (born Dungog NSW son of Whitmore Carr clergyman and Emma SLAPE) and Clara Jane BONNIN widow Adelaide (husband died 1901) 42 (born Adelaide daughter of WK SIMS brewer and Jane FAULKNER) married on 2/6/1904 at Christchurch South Yarra Vic Memorial 149/451

CARR, Whitmore Blake stock and sharebroker Tena Korna Mt Lofty and Victoria Place, Glenelg. His wife, Clara Jane Carr, died 26/1/1908 at Victoria Place, Glenelg. Memorial 23/460

CARR, Whitmore Blake sharebroker Adelaide (Exchange Buildings, Pirie St) 1919 Memorial 108/479

CARR, Whitmore Blake sharebroker Adelaide 1920[-1924] Application 26862, Application 27224

CARR, Whitmore Blake sharebroker Adelaide 1924 Memorial 164/489

No 1

CARR, William carpenter Mt Gambier 1890 Memorial 150/401

CARR, William carpenter and undertaker [formerly of Mt Gambier but now of] Gawler St, Mt Barker, died c1901. Executrix; Edith Emily Carr spinster Mt Barker Memorial 104/470

CARR, William Alfred Worthy Clerk of the Nairne District Council had lived in Nairne since the 1850s 1888 Application 21310

CARR, William Macklin Worthy bootmaker Nairne 1873 Memorial 32/268

CARRACK, John of near Riverton 1886 Memorial 75/382

No 1

CARRAILL, David farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 146 County Fergusson

CARRAILL, David farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

No 1

CARRAILL, Robert shepherd probably Hundred of Talunga Co Adelaide 1849 Memorial 139/20

CARRAILL, Robert shepherd Hundred of Talunga Co Adelaide 1855 Memorial 429/83

CARRAILL, Robert farmer Mt Torrens 1855 Memorial 493/86

CARRAILL, Robert stockholder McVittie Hill [Section 6339?] Hundred of Talunga Co Adelaide 1856 Memorial 410/100

CARRAILL, Robert farmer Mt Torrens 1857 Memorial 235/121

CARRAILL, Robert farmer Tungkillo 1866 Memorial 128/211

CARRAILL, Robert Brownhill farmer near Nairne 1942 Memorial 174/516

No 1

CARRFISH, John blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11189

CARRFISH, John blacksmith Le Fevre Peninsula 1873 Application 12855

CARRFISH, John blacksmith Fisherville Semaphore 1895 Application 22867

CARRICK, Benjamin barman Sellick Hill 1873 Memorial 104/264

No 1

CARRICK, David licensed victualler Noarlunga 1854[-1864] Memorial 425/66

CARRICK, David licensed victualler Noarlunga linked with Isabella Carrick widow Noarlunga 1855[-1856] Memorial 334/89

CARRICK, David baker Noarlunga 1859 Memorial 220/158

CARRICK, David formerly licensed victualler Morphett Vale but now out of business Noarlunga, became a bankrupt in 1868 Memorial 146/233

CARRICK, David formerly licensed victualler Morphett Vale linked with Isabella Carrick licensed victualler Sellick Hill. Mrs Carrick bought the Morphett Vale land at an auction conducted by Green & Wadham on 19/3/1869 Memorial 15/239

No 1

CARRICK, James Todd farmer Noarlunga 1848[-1851] Memorial 223/11

Licensed victualler Noarlunga 1851 Memorial 354/32

CARRICK, James Todd farmer Noarlunga 1852 Memorial 93/39.

CARRICK, James Todd licensed victualler Noarlunga, died c1853. Father of James Carrick and David Carrick. Isabella Carrick widow Adelaide relict of the late JT Carrick, died 26/3/1884. She left estate to her children, Richard Carrick, Sophia WISDOM (probably wife of John Nicholas Wisdom), Jane MILLER and Charles Todd Carrick (builder Stansbury). Richard Carrick died 19/1/1887. James Carrick the Younger also a son of Isabella Carrick Memorial 17/362 & RPA Search 2567

CARRICK, Isabella of Halifax St, Adelaide died no date. Mother of Sophia WISDOM, wife of John Nicholas Wisdom carpenter Colby Place, Adelaide. Other children in the family included Richard Carrick stonemason Adelaide (who had died previously), Charles Todd Carrick builder Stansbury, Jane MILLER wife of Thomas Rhodes Miller plasterer Adelaide. Mrs Carrick Senr used to own the Noarlunga bakehouse on Lots 11/12 Application 21261

CARRICK, Mary Jane widow Aldinga 1878 Application 16738

CARRICK, Richard stonemason Adelaide now deceased brother to Benjamin Carrick no description and Sophia WISDOM wife of John Nicholas Wisdom of Coleby Place off Halifax St, Adelaide. The mother of the Carrick siblings used to own the Bakehouse at Noarlunga 1887 Memorial 30/386

CARRICK, Patrick farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 117 County Grey

CARRICK, Samuel Godfrey mason Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1900 Grant Book 21 Page 49 County Flinders

CARRICK, Walter of the Hundred of Ward 1886 Memorial 59/377

No 1

CARRIER, Richard yeoman The Tiers 1858 Memorial 44/147

CARRIER, Richard yeoman Stirling East 1866 Memorial 31/217

CARRIER, Richard farmer Stirling East 1868 Memorial 216/243

CARRIER, Richard of the District of Crafers 1875 Memorial 188/281

CARRIER, Richard farmer Dublin 1882 Application 19312

CARRIER, Richard contractor Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 349 County Gawler

No 1

CARRIGG, John of Blinman trustee Cemetery Blinman North Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 66 Page 168 County Taunton

CARRIGG, John tailor Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 651 County Frome

Probably Mrs Michaael Carrigg nee Mary Ryder

CARRIGG, Mary storekeeper Lyndhurst Siding Out of Hundreds. Lyndhurst (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 65 Page 278 County Not named

No 1

CARRIGG, Michael blacksmith Auburn 1869 Memorial 89/240

CARRIGG, Michael Joseph (otherwise known as Michael Carrigg) out of business Kent Town, died 2/8/1920. Husband of Catherine Carrigg. Father of Agnes LANE and Laura MCINTOSH Memorial 184/481 RPA Search 956

No 1

CARRIGG, Patrick farmer the Wakefield 1854 Memorial 305/62

CARRIGG, Patrick farmer Upper Wakefield 1855[-1855] Memorial 222/81

CARRIGG, Patrick mail contractor Watervale 1864 Memorial 337/193

CARRIGG, Patrick formerly farmer Upper Wakefield 1857 but now horse dealer Watervale 1864 Application 5107

CARRIGG, Patrick stockowner Watervale 1885 Memorial 137/368

CARRIGG, Patrick stockowner Watervale linked with Margaret Carrigg spinster Enfield 1887 Memorial 45/401

CARRINGTON, Frederick master mariner Glanville Co Adelaide. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 154 County Manchester

CARRINGTON, Percy William lucerne grower Findon 1922 Application 27086

CARRINGTON, William gentleman Norwood 1853[-1856] Memorial 384/56

CARRISON, Adam fisherman Mt Gambier, became a bankrupt in 1889 Memorial 41/401

CARRISON, Walter labourer Pt MacDonnell. Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1901 Grant Book 30 Page 282 County Grey

CARRISON, William Henry fisherman Kongorong Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 38 County Grey

CARRISS, Henry Joseph the Elder labourer Langham Place, Portland Estate 1905 Application 25057

CARROLL, Ann no description linked with land at Dry Creek 1863 Memorial 89/205

CARROLL, Arthur David gardener Springbank near Adelaide 1928 Memorial 25/499

No 1

CARROLL, Catherine widow Dry Creek, died 12/2/1899 intestate. Mother of Terence REID hotelkeeper Dry Creek. Estate worth £300 Memorial 129/437

CARROLL, Catherine widow Dry Creek, died 12/2/1899 intestate. Mother of James REID, who died 7/8/1888. Grandmother of John Reid farmer Boolcunda East 1905. Estate worth £180 Memorial 91/453

No 1

CARROLL, Denis labourer Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 258/169

CARROLL, Denis farmer Myponga Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

No 1

CARROLL, Ferdinand 38 labourer Gawler Plains (Father: John Carroll) married Catherine SHEPHERD 39 housekeeper Gawler Plains (Father; Peter Carroll) on 6/9/1856 St Patrick's Adelaide. Minister: John SMYTH. Witnesses: Thomas HUBBARD labourer Adelaide and Elizabeth Hubbard housekeeper Adelaide. Ferdinand/Fergus Carroll farmer Oaklands District of Daly, died 28/8/1885, of natural debility, aged 69. His widow, Catherine Carroll widow Dry Creek, died 12/2/1899 intestate. Letters of administration to her son, Terence REID hotelkeeper Dry Creek 1899. He died 1/3/1899 not having finalised his mother's estate. Letters of administration to John Reid farmer Bulcunda East 1904, nephew of Terence Reid and son of James Reid, who died 7/8/1888, a brother of Terrence Reid. James and Terrence Reid had a sister, Ann RYAN, who refused to act as administrator of her mother's estate in 1904. Estate worth £180. [It would appear that Catherine Shepherd/Carroll had married a first time to a Mr Reid] Margaret GOODFELLOW widow Marion St, Adelaide 1905, had given much of the above information about Ferdinand/Fergus Carroll Application 25928

CARROLL, Ferdy farmer Virginia 1867 Application 8843

CARROLL, Fergus farmer Peachey Belt 1868 Memorial 156/258

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

CARROLL, Harold carpenter Narracoorte 1878 Memorial 82/316

CARROLL, Harold John trimmer 44 Cumberland Ave, Cumberland Park. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

No 1

CARROLL, James storekeeper Narracoorte 1875[-1876] Memorial 246/281

CARROLL, James of Narracoorte 1881 Memorial 47/333

CARROLL, James of Naracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 147 County MacDonnell

CARROLL, James storekeeper Naracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 148 County MacDonnell

CARROLL, James miller Narracoorte 1883 Memorial 117/349

CARROLL, James miller Naracoorte Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 46 Page 33 County MacDonnell

No 1

CARROLL, John labourer Clare 1852 Memorial 311/58

CARROLL, John labourer Clare 1860 Application 1911

No 2

CARROLL, John farmer Gilberton near Tarlee, died c1882. He left his entire estate to his family, to be divided as per instructions in the will. Mary Carroll his wife, Thomas Carroll his son and Edward MALONEY his step-son. Executors; John Maloney farmer Maitland and Thomas HORRIGAN farmer Wakefield River Memorial 49/364

CARROLL, John farmer Gilberton (Tarlee), died 12/3/1882. Estate worth £1,010. Estate in trust to his wife, Mary CARROLL, for life. Legacies for his son, Thomas Carroll and stepson, Edmund MOLONAY, daughter Mary HORRIGAN wife of Thomas Horrigan farmer Wakefield River, grandsons John and Thomas Horrigan, and Sarah and Mary DALY, daughters of James Daly labourer Adelaide (were these girls strangers in blood?). Mary Carroll gentlewoman widow of John Carroll gentleman Tarlee, died 18/3/1891, of senile decay, aged 79. J MCINERNEY of Tarlee was a niece Application 22151

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CARROLL, Patrick police constable Adelaide 1875 Memorial 65/279

CARROLL, Patrick boot and shoemaker Kenilworth Road, Parkside 1904 Application 24792

No 2

CARROLL, Patrick farmer Gilbert Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 34 County Light

No 1

CARROLL, Robert farmer Moonta Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 282 County Daly

CARROLL, Robert farmer Agery, died 2/8/1912. One of the executors – Daniel Thomas Carroll farmer Agery Grant Book 15 Page 125 County Daly

CARROLL, William pensioner Hurtle Vale 1855 Memorial 423/93

No 1

CARROLL, William Mason labourer Alberton 1854 Memorial 426/71

CARROLL, William Mason carter Le Fevre Peninsula 1862 Memorial 225/186

CARROLL, William Mason licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula 1867 Application 8257

CARROLLY, James miller Narracoorte 1881 Memorial 3/332

No 1

CARRUTH, Robert farmer Currency Creek 1853 Memorial 461/59

CARRUTH, Robert farmer Millbank 1853 Hundred of Nangkita land grant Memorial 2/60

CARRUTH, Robert farmer Millbank 1860 Application 1491

CARRUTH, Robert farmer Lower Finniss 1863 Memorial 202/189

CARRUTH, Robert farmer Millbank Currency Creek 1865 Memorial 256/201

CARRUTH, Robert farmer Point Sturt 1887 Memorial 248/383

No 1

CARRUTHERS, Andrew farmer Cavenagh trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

CARRUTHERS, Andrew farmer Hundred of Cavenagh 1889 Memorial 1/399

CARRUTHERS, George Brown storekeeper Yankalilla 1859[-1866] Memorial 294/157

No 1

CARRUTHERS, John and Robert wine and spirit merchants Adelaide trading as John and Robert Carruthers 1855[-1856] Memorial 81/90

CARRUTHERS, John out of business Pennington Tce, North Adelaide, died 1/11/1887, of senile decay and cerebral softening, aged 81 Application 22428

No 1

CARRUTHERS, John government surveyor Adelaide 1885[-1887] Memorial 246/367

CARRUTHERS, John surveyor Adelaide linked with Cuthbert Carruthers ironmonger's assistant Adelaide 1888 Memorial 226/391

CARRUTHERS, L bank officer Gawler 1925 Memorial 152/503

No 1

CARRUTHERS, Richard farmer Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 56/238

CARRUTHERS, Richard farmer Strathalbyn 1894 Application 22643

CARRUTHERS, Richard farmer Strathalbyn, died 4/8/1910 Memorial 153/463

No 2

CARRUTHERS, Richard carter Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 79 County Dalhousie

No 1

CARRUTHERS, Robert wine and spirit merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1853 Memorial 246/63

CARRUTHERS, Robert wine and spirit merchant Mitcham 1857 Memorial 230/135

CARRUTHERS, Robert Esquire Mitcham, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to James William LEWIS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/1/1859 Deposit 343/OA

CARRUTHERS, Robert gentleman Mitcham formerly wine and spirit merchant but now out of business 1864[-1866] Memorial 297/196

CARRUTHERS, Robert wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1864 Application 5680

CARRUTHERS, Robert wine merchant Mitcham, died 18/8/1873, of chronic bronchitis, aged 54. His widow, Mary Katherine Carruthers of Mitcham, died 5/9/1909, of senile decay, aged 82. Born in London, England, she had been 68 years in SA. Married aged 21 and remarried aged 29. 2 sons and 3 daughters living; 2 daughters deceased. Lawrence Murray Dunbar Carruthers bank clerk Adelaide 1911 likely to be a son?? Application 26040

CARRUTHERS, Mary Katherine widow Adelaide 1879 relict of the late Robert Carruthers wine and spirit merchant Adelaide who died 18/8/1873 Memorial 239/318

CARRUTHERS, Walter gentleman Yatina. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 415 County Dalhousie

CARRUTHERS, William overseer Mt Pleasant linked with Lucy Harriett Carruthers about to marry Septimus Verinder PIZEY of Jeffcott St, North Adelaide 1870. By 1890, LH Pizey was a widow living in MacKinnon Parade, North Adelaide Memorials 188 & 189/420

CARSLAKE, Alfred Edward farmer near Gawler 1919 Application 26783

CARSLAKE, Charles Brice labourer near Mallala. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 341 County Gawler

CARSLAKE, Henry Acland farmer Mallala. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 345 County Gawler

CARSON, Alfred of Kensington 1854 Memorial 196/72

CARSON, Alfred clerk to GILES & SMITH no descriptor 1854 Memorial 441/66

No 1

CARSON, John turner Adelaide 1843 Memorial 155/54

CARSON, John farmer Dry Creek 1848 Memorial 100/35

CARSON, John formerly turner Adelaide now farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 267/55

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CARSON, John the Younger farmer Gawler 1855 Memorial 116/98

CARSON, John and Robert farmers Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 325/81

CARSON, John and Johnston farmers Dry Creek 1857 Memorial 310/117

CARSON, John and Johnston farmers Pt Gawler 1862 Memorial 343/180

CARSON, John the Elder linked with Johnston Carson and John Carson the Younger all farmers Pt Gawler 1868 Memorial 217/233

No 2

CARSON, John master mariner Pt Adelaide 1863 Application 4012

No 3

CARSON, John farmer Bordertown 1885 Memorial 119/369

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CARSON, Robert farmer Pt Gawler 1863 Application 4710

CARSON, Robert farmer Balaklava 1880[-1883] Memorial 93/328

CARSON, Robert farmer Hundred of Hall Co Stanley 1887[-1894] Memorial 15/388

No 2

CARSON, Robert farmer Bordertown 1887 Memorial 245/382

CARSON, Robert and William Green Carson farmers Kongal. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1890 Grant Book 7 Page 47 County Buckingham

No 1 - William Green Carson

CARSON, William farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1879[-1882] Grant Book 29 Page 165 County MacDonnell

CARSON, William Green of Wirrega 1886 Memorial 181/375

CARSON, William G farmer via Kongal PO Hundred of Wirrega Co Buckingham 1887 Memorial 141/383

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CARSTAIRS, James farmer Goodwood 1850 Memorial 302/19

CARSTAIRS, James farmer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 499/71

CARSTAIRS, John publican Adelaide Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 197 County Fergusson

No 1

CARSWELL, John apparently built the windmill on pt Block 48 Section 348 Survey B North Road August 1842 Memorial 307/3, Application 26626

CARSWELL, John storekeeper Adelaide 1842[-1844] Memorial 217/33

CARSWELL, John William corn chandler Adelaide (Currie St), died 1860. He left his entire estate absolutely to his wife, Mary Carswell, daughter of the late Phillip BENGER formerly of Southern Hill, Reading, Berks, England Memorial 290/168

No 1

CARTER, Abraham bootmaker Adelaide 1869 Memorial 161/239

No 2

CARTER, Abraham medical practitioner Mintaro and Frances Newbold Carter his wife nee SMYTH 1875 Memorial 102/290

CARTER, Arthur Dunning farmer Clare 1900 Memorial 146/441

No 1

CARTER, Blakeney clerk to Messrs FENN & HARDY solicitors Adelaide 1874 Memorial 133/274

CARTER, Blakeney solicitor Kapunda 1879 Memorial 64/319

CARTER, Blakeney solicitor Clare, purchased the business of the late Thomas Henry HOSIER solicitor Clare on 2/1/1880 Application 19046

CARTER, Blakeney solicitor Clare 1880[-1886] Memorial 51/323

CARTER, Blakeney solicitor Town Hall Chambers, Clare 1881[-1882] Application 18850

CARTER, Charles William painter Adelaide 1866 Memorial 272/208

No 1

CARTER, Crisp Harridge miller Hindmarsh 1850[-1855] Memorial 240/28

Member of the Hindmarsh District Building Society 1855 Memorial 238/80

CARTER, Crisp Harridge miller Chain of Ponds 1859 Memorial 74/154

CARTER, Mary Jane widow Hindmarsh relict of the late Crisp Harridge Carter, was a sister to Elizabeth GREY widow Hindmarsh relict of the late William Grey, and mother to Edward John Grey carpenter Elizabeth St, Collingwood Vic. W Bacon Carter no description probably also a member of this family 1862 Memorial 153/280

CARTER, Dennis broker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 41/78

No 1 - probably the same person

CARTER, Edward miner Adelaide 1847[-1855] Memorial 18/8

CARTER, Edward miner Reedy Creek 1848 Memorial 307/11

CARTER, Edward miner Magill 1854[-1856] Memorial 103/64

CARTER, Edward formerly of Magill but now of Black Springs 1861 Memorial 121/171

CARTER, Edward farmer Rose Hill near Glendore Co Stanley 1866 Memorial 287/209

CARTER, Edward farmer Black Springs 1871[-1874] Memorial 116/253

CARTER, Edward farmer Black Springs 1861 Application 2388

CARTER, Edward farmer near the Black Springs [Co Stanley] 1861 Application 2146

CARTER, Edward farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1865[-1868] Grant Book 56 Page 145 County Stanley

No 2

CARTER, Edward farmer Glendore 1938 Application 28122

No 1 – possibly the same person

CARTER, Elijah farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Co Stanley 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 43 County Dalhousie

CARTER, Elijah of Bruce Co Frome 1885 Memorial 130/368

CARTER, Emily widow Echunga took out an assigned lease of the Hagen Arms Hotel Echunga 1860[-1864] Memorial 306/169

CARTER, FEB clerk to Messrs FENN & HARDY solicitors Adelaide 1875[-1877] Memorial 233/283

No 1

CARTER, Francis farmer Caltowie Extension trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Caltowie Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 187 County Victoria

CARTER, Francis farmer Golden Grove Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 190 County Victoria

CARTER, Francis overseer Windsor Farm Windsor 1881 Memorial 142/332

No 1

CARTER, Frank H clerk to Messrs BOUCAUT, BRUCE & STUART solicitors Adelaide 1875 Memorial 138/284

CARTER, Frank H law clerk Adelaide 1876[-1879] Memorial 210/290

CARTER, Frank H clerk to Messrs BRUCE & MOORE solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 19/354

CARTER, Frank Harrison gentleman Parkside 1880 Memorial 92/324

CARTER, Frederick labourer Quebec St, Pt Adelaide 1901 Application 24249

No 1

CARTER, George police trooper Mt Gambier 1871[-1872] Memorial 116/256

CARTER, George 27 police trooper Mt Gambier 27 (Father: Henry Carter) married Elizabeth BLAKESLEY 19 spinster Mt Gambier (Father: Arthur Blakesley) on 4/3/1872 RC Deanery, Mt Gambier. Minister: Daniel FITZGIBBON. Witnesses: John and Mary BESLEY teachers Mt Gambier Application 27809

CARTER, George farmer Yahl near Mt Gambier 1875 Memorial 97/285

CARTER, George farmer Mt Gambier and Elizabeth Carter his wife 1879 Memorial 30/317

CARTER, George labourer Mt Gambier and Elizabeth Carter his wife 1882 Memorial 212/340

CARTER, George farmer near Mt Gambier 1896[-1902] Memorial 222/429

CARTER, George farmer Yahl Park near Mt Gambier 1897[-1916] Memorial 87/432

CARTER, George farmer Mt Gambier 1906 Application 25126

CARTER, George formerly police trooper but now farmer Mt Gambier 1913 Memorial 169/468

CARTER, George formerly police trooper late farmer Mt Gambier, died 23/12/1926 Mt Gambier Hospital, of epithelioma of the roof of the mouth, arteriosclerosis, debility, broncho-pneumonia and heart failure, aged 84. Born in an unknown place in Ireland, he had been in SA for 66 years. Married aged 26. 1 son and 5 daughters living; 2 sons and 2 daughters deceased Application 27949

No 2

CARTER, George, John, Michael and William farmers Crystal Brook and Thomas Francis Carter farmer Two Wells. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 437 County Victoria

No 3

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

CARTER, George Augustine, John Andrew Carter and William Austin Carter farmers Narridy trading under the style or firm of Carter Bros 1890 Memorial 129/401

No 1

CARTER, George Henry farmer Willowie Co Frome 1894[-1896] Memorial 67/421

CARTER, George Henry farmer Willowie Co Frome Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1894 Grant Book 55 Page 193 County Stanley

CARTER, George Richard farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 38 County Stanley

No 1

CARTER, Harry of Willowie 1882 Book 13 Page 262 County Dalhousie

CARTER, Harry farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 743 County Frome

No 2

CARTER, Harry farmer near Clare linked with John Carter of near Clare and Mary Ann Carter his wife 1886 Memorial 36/381

CARTER, Henry farmer Clare 1892 Application 22238

CARTER, Harry sheepfarmer Boconnor near Clare linked with Mary Ann Carter widow Parkside 1905 Memorial 25/454

No 1

CARTER, Henry merchant Adelaide 1866 Memorial 140/211

CARTER, Henry warehouseman Adelaide 1867[-1870] Memorial 169/220

CARTER, Henry and John Walter TYAS merchants trading as Carter Tyas & Co, in Adelaide SA and 7 Poultry in London, Middlesex, England, declared insolvent. The creditors appointed Henry SCOTT merchant Adelaide, as their attorney to represent their interests in the winding up of the estate 30/11/1871 Deposit 188/1872

CARTER, Henry formerly warehouseman Adelaide but now commission agent London, Middlesex, England 1872 Memorial 103/263

CARTER, Henry and John Walter TYAS merchants Adelaide and 7 Poultry in London, Middlesex, England, trading as Carter, Tyas & Co became bankrupts by 1872 Memorial 24/258

No 2

CARTER, Henry farmer Mt Lock. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 87 County Victoria

No 3

CARTER, Henry farmer Templers Co Light. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 37 County Stanley

No 4 – perhaps a continuation of No 3

CARTER, Henry farmer Eurilpa Co Granville. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1890 Grant Book 55 Page 42 County Stanley

CARTER, Henry Bell storekeeper Happy Valley 1866 Memorial 173/216

No 1

CARTER, James farmer Balhannah 1854[-1857] Memorial 443/71

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

CARTER, James farmer Alma Plains 1864 Application 4957

CARTER, James farmer District of Mudla Wirra 1866 Memorial 296/209

CARTER, James farmer Stantwood Farm Alma Plains father of William Carter no description, whom he disinherited 1868 Memorial 164/255

CARTER, James farmer Mudla Wirra 1871 Application 11289

CARTER, James farmer Stantwood Farm Alma Plains, died c1871. His wife, Ellen Flora Carter, to enjoy the estate in trust for life, free from any future husband’s control; then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant - James, Thomas, Ellen and Elizabeth Carter. Trustees: James MARTIN machinist Gawler, and Henry Edward BRIGHT the Elder MP Gawler Enrolment 60/50

No 3 – perhaps the Younger

CARTER, James farmer Templers Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 44 County Newcastle

No 4

CARTER, James cellarman Glen Osmond 1913 Memorial 126/469

No 1

CARTER, John clerk to William MAGUIRE solicitor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 344/18

Clerk to Messrs MAGUIRE & BAGOT solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 53/31

Clerk to William ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 155/46

CARTER, John clerk to William MAGUIRE solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 104/122

CARTER, John of Stepney 1853[-1855 [He witnessed an astonishing number of SA land transactions. [Is he to be identified with John Carter clerk to William Maguire? Likely, as he witnessed the land transactions for George Müller, who laid out the township of Stepney] Memorials 242/52 & 115/35

No 2

CARTER, John farmer Willunga 1851 Memorial 55/30

No 3

CARTER, John labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 65/81

No 3

CARTER, John farmer Pt Gawler 1856[-1857] Memorial 256/99

CARTER, John farmer Two Wells near Pt Gawler, died 1867. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Mary Carter, during her widowhood, then to his children, all sons, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. His brother, George Carter, nominated as a trustee Memorial 226/218

No 4

CARTER, John of Norwood 1857 Memorial 92/515

CARTER, John gentleman Norwood 1858[-1859] Memorial 283/150

No 5

CARTER, John engineer Charlestown Section 2070 Hundred of Kooringa Co Burra 1860 Memorial 223/163

No 5

CARTER, John carrier Glen Osmond 1862 Application 3627

CARTER, John carter Glen Osmond 1863[-1870] Memorial 310/190

CARTER, John carrier Glen Osmond 1874 Memorial 186/280

CARTER, John omnibus proprietor Glen Osmond 1875 Application 14353,

CARTER, John omnibus driver Glen Osmond 1881 Memorial 221/335

No 6

CARTER, John miner Kapunda 1862 Application 3214

CARTER, John miner Kapunda 1863[-1882] Memorial 112/524

CARTER, John miner Kapunda 1865. Links with Maria Carter widow Kapunda Application 6347

CARTER, John miner Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

CARTER, John storekeeper Kapunda 1871 Application 11391

CARTER, John storekeeper Kapunda Co Light. Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 485 County Victoria

CARTER, John storekeeper Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1875 Application 14751

CARTER, John storekeeper Kapunda 1876 Application 15665

CARTER, John storekeeper Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1876 Application 14751

CARTER, John draper Kapunda Co Light. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 76 County Not named

CARTER, John draper Kapunda Co Light. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 49 Page 4 County Newcastle

No 7

CARTER, John farmer Emu Flat near Clare Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 365 County Stanley

CARTER, John farmer Emu Flats 1868[-1875] Memorial 93/234

CARTER, John farmer near Clare 1876 Memorial 137/290

CARTER, John farmer Clare 1878 Application 16921

CARTER, John farmer near Clare Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 576 County Frome

CARTER, John farmer near Clare, Mary Ann Carter his wife and Harry Carter farmer near Clare his son 1884 Memorial 230/361

CARTER, John farmer formerly of the Hundred of Clare but then of Parkside, died 19/9/1890. Estate worth £250. Husband of Mary Ann Carter Memorial 122/406

CARTER, John sheep farmer Boconux near Clare, died 19/9/1890. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Ann Carter. By 1905, she was living at Castle St, Parkside. Her son, Harry Carter, was a sheep farmer at Boconux Application 25024 FIND - Boconux ?? Seems more Boconnoc??? FIND OBIT

CARTER, John gentleman Glen Osmond Road, died 19/9/1890, of disease of the prostate gland, aged 67. His son, Harry Carter, of Boconnoc, near Clare, testified that J Carter used to live at Boconnoc Deposit 58/1905

No 8

CARTER, John miner Moonta Mines and Selina Carter his wife parents of Frank Herbert Carter and George Ernest Carter 1876 Memorial 37/292

CARTER, John of Moonta. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 238 County Daly

CARTER, John farmer Penang 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 246 County Daly

No 9

CARTER, John licensed hawker Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 298 County Grey

No 10

CARTER, John storekeeper Orroroo. Dawlish (Hundred of Erskine) township allotment land grant 1882[-1886] Grant Book 13 Page 457 County Dalhousie Memorial 44/366e

No 11

CARTER, John labourer Woodside 1884 Application 20196

No 12

CARTER, John labourer Walkerville 1890 Memorial 222/405

CARTER, John Thomas labourer Monbulla. Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 66 County Grey

CARTER, John Vernon farmer Bonhaye near Strathalbyn 1939, and Muriel Amy Carter his wife Application 28235

No 1

CARTER, Joseph stockholder Mingbool near Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 93/90

CARTER, Joseph settler Marrawer Station near Mt Gambier 1859 Memorial 222/158

No 2

CARTER, Joseph Esquire Naracoorte Co Robe. Caveton (Hundred of Caroline) township allotment land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 25 County Grey

CARTER, Joseph gentleman Narracoorte 1867 Memorial 6/222

CARTER, Joseph James carter Mitcham 1885[-1892] Memorial 9/367

CARTER, Lorenzo Theodore contractor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 116/345

CARTER, Malreney solicitor Clare 1891 Memorial 194/407

CARTER, Mary widow Pt Gawler 1875 Memorial 47/285

CARTER, Mary widow formerly of Pt Gawler 1875 but now of Crystal Brook 1876 Application 14805

No 1

CARTER, Michael farmer Crystal Brook trustee unnamed School Hundred of Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 215 County Victoria

No 2

CARTER, Michael farmer Two Wells Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 260 County Victoria

CARTER, Michael farmer Narridy 1883 Memorial 105/350

CARTER, PJ clerk to Messrs INGLEBY, GRUNDY & NESBIT solicitors Adelaide 1882 Memorial 115/337

CARTER, PM of Fuller St, Walkerville 1912 Memorial 44/508

CARTER, Percival William farmer Roseworthy 1919 Memorial 11/479

No 1

CARTER, Ray Oliver farmer Black Springs 1912 Memorial 34/467

CARTER, Ray Oliver farmer Glendore 1938 Application 28122

CARTER, Ray Oliver farmer formerly of Black Springs but now of Yankalilla 1949 Memorial 106/523

CARTER, Richard farmer Rose Hill Black Springs 1873 Application 12675

No 1

CARTER, Robert yeoman Adelaide 1845. Walkerville land purchase [on which he apparently built the Sussex Arms Hotel]. Memorial 61/5 Farmer Walkerville 1845 Memorial 327/5 Licensed victualler Windmill Inn near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 329/7

CARTER, Robert publican Windmill Inn North Road near Adelaide. 7 year lease to John Collard COCKER butcher Walkerville £20/18/- a year. 3 cottages on the site 1846 Memorial 246/7

CARTER, Robert settler North Road near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 195/7

CARTER, Robert farmer North Road near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 329/12

Early 1849, now yeoman Adelaide, sold the Sussex Arms at Walkerville to James Wyld MCDONALD gentleman Adelaide £150. James THOMSON was renting the premises for £15 a year Memorial 362/13

CARTER, Robert farmer The Pine Forest 1850 Memorial 115/26

CARTER, Robert farmer North Road near Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 374/16

Gentleman formerly of the North Road near Adelaide but now of Brompton 1853 Memorial 431/47

CARTER, Robert publican Brompton 1851[-1853] Memorial 112/31.

CARTER, Robert licensed victualler Brickmaker's Arms Brompton 1855 Memorial 144/83

CARTER, Robert licensed victualler Brompton 1856[-1861] Memorial 15/99

CARTER, Robert formerly licensed victualler Brickmaker's Arms Brompton 1855 now carter Brompton 1862 Application 3369

No 2

CARTER, Robert fireman Tea Tree Gully 1856 Memorial 90/108

CARTER, Roy E type writer Gordon Rd, Prospect 1909 Memorial 222/461

No 1

CARTER, Samuel engineer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

No 2

CARTER, Samuel storekeeper Orroroo.Trustee Wynflete School 1910 Grant Book 13 Page 116 County Dalhousie

No 3

CARTER, Samuel out of business 6 Vine Lane Glen Osmond 1946[-1960], died 5/7/1960 Beaumont. Father of William Edward Carter foreman 7 Queen St, Glen Osmond, one of 5 children Memorial 121/533

No 1

CARTER, Stephen farmer Troubridge. Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 71 County Fergusson

CARTER, Stephen of Minlaton 1881 Memorial 190/336

CARTER, TEB clerk to FREW & HARDY solicitors Adelaide 1877 Application 18944

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CARTER, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1843[-1848] Memorial 306/3

CARTER, Thomas the Younger carpenter Adelaide died 1849. Formerly of Hobart VDL. He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Carter, including land he inherited from his brother, Joseph Carter, and their father, Thomas Carter the Elder. The estate included a house in Murray St, Hobart. Memorial 492/15

CARTER, Thomas the Younger carpenter formerly of Hobart VDL but now of Adelaide, died c1849. He left real estate in Hobart, formerly belonging to his father, Thomas Carter the Elder, and his intestate brother, Joseph Carter, to his wife, Elizabeth Carter, together with his SA estate. Estate worth £250 Application 19744

CARTER, Elizabeth widow North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 468/17 Widow Glen Osmond 1850 Memorial 164/27 Widow Adelaide 1851 Memorial 66/33

No 2

CARTER, Thomas miner Burra Burra Mine 1847 Memorial 436/8

CARTER, Thomas farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 248/57

CARTER, Thomas of Black Springs 1865 Memorial 134/204

CARTER, Thomas formerly miner Burra Burra Mines 1847 but now farmer Black Springs 1870 Application 11069

CARTER, Thomas farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Hundred of Stanley land grant 1871 Grant Book 56 Page 176 County Stanley

CARTER, Thomas farmer Black Springs 1883 Memorial 249/347

CARTER, Thomas farmer Black Rock 1887[-1908] Memorial 153/385

No 3

CARTER, Thomas labourer Hindmarsh 1856[-1886] Memorial 157/261

No 4

CARTER, Thomas miner Kapunda 1857 Memorial 216/128

CARTER, Maria widow of Thomas Carter the Elder mine agent Lot 139 Kapunda, died 17/3/1868, of inflammation of the bowels, aged 57. Sons: Joel Carter, Thomas Carter the Younger (blacksmith) and Samuel Carter all of Kapunda Application 12080

No 5

CARTER, Thomas farmer Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1860 Grant Book 8 Page 47 County Burra

CARTER, Thomas farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 109 County Dalhousie

CARTER, Thomas farmer Black Rock. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1900[-1903] Grant Book 13 Page 114 County Dalhousie

No 6

CARTER, Thomas machinist Jamestown 1875[-1883] Memorial 215/288

CARTER, Thomas machinist Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 128 County Victoria

No 5

CARTER, Thomas joiner Adelaide 1888 Application 21360

CARTER, Thomas Augustine hotelkeeper Modbury Hotel Modbury 1912 Memorial 8/467

CARTER, Thomas James and William Carter contractors Rosewater 1911 Memorial 203/464

No 1

CARTER, Thomas John miller Reynella 1868 Memorial 105/228

CARTER, Thomas John miller Reynella 1869 Application 9860

CARTER, Wellesley Blakesley farmer Mt Gambier 1930. Husband of Elizabeth Carter. Parents of Emily Hamilton Carter, Grace Edith TOOTH nee Carter, and Doris Irene Victoria SAUNDERS nee Carter, Susan Mary KENNY nee Carter, Elizabeth Helen MITCHELL nee Carter and Olive Maud CLAYTON nee Carter Application 27809

No 1

CARTER, William miner Kapunda 1862[-1865] Memorial 24/181

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CARTER, William farmer Black Springs 1899 Memorial 225/438

No 3

CARTER, William and Thomas James Carter contractors Rosewater 1911 Memorial 203/464

CARTER, William A of Wellington 1856 Memorial 106/106

CARTER, William Albert saddler Adelaide 1870 Application 10904

CARTER, William Bacon Esquire Adelaide 1857[-1881] Memorial 133/130

No 1

CARTER, William Bell gentleman Norwood 1858[-1861] Memorial 143/134

CARTER, William Bell formerly gentleman Norwood 1858 but now storekeeper O'Halloran Hill 1863 Application 4575

CARTER, William Bell storekeeper Happy Valley 1866[-1868]. Congregational Chapel member 1866 Memorial 60/210

CARTER, William Bell storekeeper Happy Valley 1866 Application 7886

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CARTER, William Bell storekeeper Adelaide 1877 Memorial 75/297

No 3

CARTER, William Bell clerk Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 165/303

No 1

CARTER, William Charles painter Adelaide (Gilles St) 1862[-1864] Memorial 147/304

CARTER, William Charles painter Adelaide (Hindley St) 1869 Memorial 215/243

CARTER, William Charles glazier Adelaide 1870 Memorial 44/245

CARTER, William Charles painter Adelaide 1871 Memorial 182/251

CARTER, William Charles painter Adelaide, died 26/6/1875 Memorial 9/302

CARTER, Sarah Ann widow Gilles St, Adelaide 1895, died 23/10/1902. Mother of Frederick Leopold Charles Carter engineer Adelaide, Augustus Percy Campbell Carter, Sarah Ann KEYNES nee Carter, Harriet BEARD nee Carter, Frank Harrison Carter, William Albert Carter and Frances MARTIN nee Carter Memorial 31/448

No 1

CARTER, William Charles Ellis miner formerly of Kapunda 1862 but now of Moonta 1869 Application 10399

CARTER, William Charles Ellis miner Moonta Mines 1871 Application 11537

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CARTER, William Daniel carpenter and publican Prospect 1884 Memorial 78/358

CARTER, William Daniel carpenter Adelaide 1889[-1891] Memorial 131/402

CARTER, William Daniel hotelkeeper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 111 County Chandos

CARTER, William Daniel carpenter Glanville Blocks Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 94 County Chandos

CARTER, William George farmer near Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 280 County Daly

CARTER, William Joel civil servant Adelaide 1923 Application 27198

CARTER, William Moore gentleman Adelaide 1840 Application 11437

CARTER, William Thomas Methodist minister Troubridge trustee Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

No 1

CARTER, WW clerk Adelaide 1885[-1894] Memorial 69/365

CARTER, WW accountant Adelaide (12 Waymouth St) 1893 Memorial 22/419

CARTER, William Welch manager of Executor Trustee and Agency Company of SA Ltd Adelaide 1909[-1910] Application 25590

CARTER, WW public officer Executor Trustee and Agency Co SA Ltd no address but perhaps Pt Lincoln?? 1912 Application 26128

CARTER, WW formerly clerk to Abraham ABRAHAM manager of the Permanent Equitable Building & Investment Society 1875 but now assistant manager Executor Trustee & Agency Co Ltd of SA 1921 Application 26987

CARTHEW, Lindsay Isaac storekeeper Kingscote. Hundred of Haines land grant 1943 Grant Book 11 Page 122 County Carnarvon

No 1

CARTHEW, Stephen farmer Scott Creek Hundred of Noarlunga 1879 [-1882]Memorial 106/319

CARTHEW, Stephen gardener Scott Creek Hundred of Noarlunga, died 1/11/1912. Father of Sarah Elizabeth MCNAMARA married woman Blackwood. Executor; George CHAMBERLAIN schoolteacher formerly of Plympton but now of Wallaroo Mines Memorial 119/506

CARTHEW, Sarah Ann widow of the late Stephen Pellew Carthew Scott Creek, died 21/11/1930 Upper Sturt, of bronchitis and asthma, aged 79. Born Scott Creek. Married aged 18. 5 sons and 3 daughters living. 2 daughters deceased Application 28339.

CHINNERY, Melinda Myrtle Dineen married woman formerly of Central Ave, Finchley, and now of Penfold Rd Magill 1943 Application 28351

CARTIER, Louis Frank retired merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of 4 Rue Taitboul, Paris, France 1920 Memorial 184/480

CARTIER, Walter Braimer cab proprietor near Adelaide 1876 Memorial 155/291

Cab proprietor Kent Town 1876 Memorial 156/291

CARTLEDGE, Jack Pickering Chairman of the SA Housing Trust Paringa Buildings Hindley St, Adelaide 1954 Application 29086

CARTWRIGHT, Alfred Ernest painter Nuriootpa 1936 Memorial 53/510, Application 28030

No 1

CARTWRIGHT, Edward miner Norwood 1853 Memorial 181/59

CARTWRIGHT, Edward gentleman Norwood 1861[-1868] Memorial 196/172, Application 3833

CARTWRIGHT, Henry grazier Glenurquhart 1887 Memorial 139/385

CARTWRIGHT, James Henry Bachelor of Medicine 26 Millman St, Bedford Row, London, but presently on visit to Adelaide, power of attorney to Thomas Sutherland HORN licensed landbroker Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 21/6/1882 Deposit 154/1882

No 1

CARTWRIGHT, John farmer Pt Elliot Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1873 Grant Book 36 Page 136 County Hindmarsh

CARTWRIGHT, John farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant 1897 Grant Book 29 Page 149a County MacDonnell

CARTWRIGHT, Thomas carpenter Rosewater 1878[-1880] Memorial 30/312, Application 18128

CARTY, David Downing storekeeper Thebarton. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CARTY, John farmer Sheaoak Log 1863 Memorial 153/187

CARTY, John farmer Hoyles Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 102 County Fergusson

CARTY, John farmer Maitland 1884 Memorial 39/359

CARTY, John farmer Ninnes Plains 1884 Memorial 247/362

No 1

CARTY, Michael labourer Sturt Road 1853[-1855] Memorial 473/60

CARTY, Michael farmer Sheaoak Log 1865 Memorial 84/201

No 1

CARTY, Michael Joseph farmer Maitland. Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 225 County Fergusson

CARTY, Michael Joseph farmer Pt Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1906[-1907] Grant Book 14 Page 139 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

CARVER, George labourer New Glenelg 1856 Memorial 433/100

CARVER, George labourer New Glenelg and Eliza Carver his wife 1856 Memorial 188/278

CARVER, George labourer New Glenelg, died c1856. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Carver Application 14068

CARVER, Eliza widow New Glenelg 1875, relict of the late George Carver formerly labourer New Glenelg 1856 Application 14068

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

CARVER, George builder Glenelg 1876 Application 15630

CARVER, Henry watchmaker Adelaide (Wright St) 1868 Memorial 72/236

CARVER, John storekeeper Muloowurtie township Muloowurtie (later Pine Point) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 20 Page 32 County Fergusson

CARVER, Samuel Stuckford master mariner Muloowurtie township Muloowurtie (later Pine Point) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 20 Page 33 County Fergusson

No 1

CARVOSSO, Baker Banks of HM civil service Adelaide 1881 Memorial 73/335

CARVOSSO, Baker Banks formerly civil servant Adelaide 1912 Memorial 108/466

No 1

CARVOSSO, PB law clerk Adelaide 1900[-1906] Memorial 236/441

CARVOSSO, PB accountant Adelaide 1909[-1916] Memorial 55/462

CARVOSSO, Percy Banks accountant Adelaide 1919 Memorial 116/478

No 1

CARVOSSO, Samuel coach builder Adelaide 1855 Memorial 90/94

CARVOSSO, Samuel carriage manufacturer Adelaide 1861 Memorial 282/171

CARVOSSO, Samuel coach manufacturer Adelaide 1864 Application 5842

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CARVOSSO, William storekeeper Kooringa Co Burra. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 132 County Victoria

CARVOSSO, William agent Kadina Co Light. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1874[-1878] Grant Book 8 Page 282 County Burra

CARVOSSO, William agent Kadina Co Daly. Yarcowie (Hundred of Whyte) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 464 County Victoria

CARVOSSO, William accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 143/342

CARVOSSO, William agent East Adelaide Co Adelaide. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 137 County Not named

CARVOSSO, WC clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWELL & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1886 Memorial 243/375

CARY, Joseph farmer Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 322/85

No 1

CASANOVA, Andrew barometer maker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849 Memorial 407/18

CASANOVA, Andrew merchant Adelaide 1850 Memorial 37/20

CASANOVA, Andrew gardener Norwood 1854[-1856] Memorial 441/77

CASARETTO, Charles publican Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan (Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 9 Page 210 County Burra

CASARETTO, John of Hamley Bridge Hundred of Alma land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 64 County Gawler

CASE, Daniel plasterer Portland Estate, Pt Adelaide 1904 Application 24857

No 1

CASE, Edward mason and labourer Mt Gambier linked with Michael Case gardener Mt Gambier 1883 Memorials 207 & 208/347

CASE, Edward mason and labourer Mt Gambier and Sarah Case his wife 1890 Memorials 72 & 73/406, Application 21954

CASE, Edward mason Mt Gambier, husband of Sarah Case who died 14/3/1901 Memorial 50/444

No 1

CASE, Emanuel farmer Gawler River 1849 Memorial 322/24

CASE, Emanuel farmer South Para 1851 Memorial 297/37.

CASE, Emanuel farmer South Para. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 33 County Adelaide

CASE, Emanuel farmer near Gawler 1869 Memorial 56/238

CASE, Emanuel farmer near Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 14 Page 459 County Daly

CASE, Ernest Victor caterer Mt Gambier 1934 Application 27949

No 1

CASE, Francis David labourer Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 233/126

CASE, Francis David mariner Portland Estate married Ellen MCKINNA on 6/2/1856 St Paul Pt Adelaide. Family - Ellen Jane Case born 24/3/1857, Daniel Copeland Case born 2/4/1859; Margaret Case born 5/7/1862, died 11/6/1879. Francis David Case labourer Portland Estate, died 24/6/1862 intestate, of a rupture of a blood vessel in the chest, aged 30. His only son, Daniel Copeland Case labourer Portland Estate 1880, inherited his estate as heir at law. Widow Ellen Case remarried no date to John Edward HAWKES labourer Portland Estate by 1880 Application 18245

CASE, Francis David of the Portland Estate, died 24/6/1862 intestate. David Copeland Case of the Portland Estate his eldest son and heir at law Memorial 151/325

No 1

CASE, Francis Michael farmer Morchard trustee Morchard Institute 1891 Book 13 Page 250 County Dalhousie

CASE, Francis Michael farmer Broughton Extension 1882 Book 13 Page 260 County Dalhousie

CASE, Francis Patrick farmer Hammond linked with Rayburn James Case farmer Hammond 1922 Memorial 76/488

CASE, Frank labourer near Mt Gambier 1879[-1882] Memorial 132/318

No 1

CASE, George William water works foreman Goolwa and Mary Elizabeth Case his wife 1951 Memorial 2/526

CASE, George William water works foreman Goolwa, and Mary Elizabeth Case, his wife 1958 Application 29328

CASE, Isaac farmer Broughton Extension 1882 Book 13 Page 260 County Dalhousie

No 1

CASE, Isaac Philip farmer Coomooroo 1884[-1903] Memorial 172/361

CASE, Isaac Philip farmer Morchard 1904 Book 13 Page 266 County Dalhousie

No 1

CASE, John Martin farmer Broughton Hundred of Barunga land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 14 Page 459 County Daly

CASE, John Martin farmer Barunga 1882[-1886] Memorial 117/343

No 1

CASE, Michael yeoman Hay Valley near Nairne 1855[-1858] Memorial 78/82

No 2

CASE, Michael gardener Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 239/253

CASE, Michael market gardener Mt Gambier 1874[-1876] Memorial 74/278

CASE, Michael gardener Mt Gambier 1885 Application 20628

CASE, Ross Charles labourer Nairne 1944 Memorial 101/518

No 1

CASELY, Edward labourer Happy Valley 1861[-1884] Memorial 244/173

CASELY, Edward labourer Happy Valley, died 13/5/1888. He left his whole estate, worth £105, to his wife, Lucinda Casely, for life, then to her niece, Lucy Cecilia nee OWENS, in remainder expectant. Mrs Casely died before her husband died. The estate went straight to the niece, now Lucy Cecilia BARNES wife of Philip Henry Barnes distiller New Thebarton 1889 Application 21662

No 1

CASELY, Robert Smith of North Adelaide President of the Wesleyan Conference 1882 Memorial 119/344, Application 19463

CASELY, Robert Smith Minister of the Gospel formerly of Kooringa but now of Gawler 1886 Application 20890

CASELLA, Guiseppe, Pasquale and Vincenzo musicians Adelaide 1881 Application 18531

CASEY, Bridget spinster confectioner Pt Adelaide 1915 Application 26416

CASEY, Charlotte widow Gawler River 1865 Memorial 126/203

No 1

CASEY, Darby farmer Lancelot Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 65 County Kimberley

CASEY, Darby farmer Manoora 1882 Memorial 120/339

CASEY, Darby farmer Manoora Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 45 County Kimberley

No 1

CASEY, Edward labourer Macclesfield 1882 Application 19211

No 2

CASEY, Edward yeoman and John Casey no description both of Adelaide (Gratton St) 1883 Memorial 224/352

CASEY, Henry George linked with Section 388 Hundred of Inkerman 1889 Memorial 172/398

No 1

CASEY, James of the Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 6/274

CASEY, James labourer Portland Estate 1877 Memorial 92/298

CASEY, James of the Portland Estate 1877 Application 15691

CASEY, James labourer Portland Estate 1884 Application 20147

CASEY, James Joseph clerk Adelaide Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 312 County Grey

No 1

CASEY, John labourer Portland Estate 1884 Memorial 11/359

CASEY, John labourer Langham Place, Pt Adelaide 1896 Application 23117

No 2

CASEY, John farmer Hundred of Neales Co Eyre. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 418 County Dalhousie

No 3

CASEY, John farmer South Inkerman.Trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Inkerman Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

No 4

CASEY, John labourer Ellenville 1889 witnessed the will of John CHAMBERS of South Richmond who laid out Ellenville in 1879 and which is now part of Richmond Memorial 16/400

CASEY, Mary nurse Milang 1918 Memorial 133/477

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

CASEY, Maurice farmer Hansborough Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie 1880[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

CASEY, Maurice farmer Hundred of Morgan 1886 Memorial 243/374

CASEY, Maurice farmer Yongala 1890 Memorial 151/401

CASEY, Maurice farmer Hundred of Morgan 1940 Grant Book 13 Page 457 County Dalhousie

No 1

CASEY, Patrick yeoman Adelaide (Hobson Place off Wright St) 1865 Memorial 34/205

CASEY, Patrick yeoman Adelaide (Hobson Place off Wright St) 1866 and Catherine Casey his wife Memorial 212/220

No 2

CASEY, Patrick labourer Macclesfield 1892 Application 22230

No 3

CASEY, Patrick of the British Mine Broken Hill NSW 1894 Memorial 204/422

No 1

CASEY, Richard farmer Greenock Creek 1858 Memorial 115/143

CASEY, Richard farmer Greenock Creek 1860 Application 1264

CASEY, Richard gentleman Greenock Creek 1861[-1865] Memorial 213/178

CASEY, Ruth Agnes of 97 Campbell St, Toowoomba Qld, changed her name to Ruth Agnes BROWNING 1945. As Ruth Agnes MCARTHUR (Born in Rochester), she had married Thomas Lawrence Casey (born in Bute) in 1935. Lived at 34 The Esplanade, Semaphore, when their eldest child, Kevin John Casey, was born on 13/9/1936 Memorials 145 & 146/518

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CASEY, William farmer Gilbert River 1864 Memorial 152/199

CASEY, William farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1896 Grant Book 13 Page 204 County Dalhousie

No 2

CASEY, William labourer Macclesfield 1893[-1897] Memorial 13/420

CASEY, William labourer Macclesfield 1897 Application 23457

No 1

CASH, Mary widow St Johns near Kapunda 1870 Memorial 29/257

CASH, Mary widow formerly of St Johns near Kapunda but now of Pt Lincoln 1878 Memorial 233/305

No 1

CASH, Patrick farmer formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Kapunda 1858 Memorial 98/141

CASH, Patrick farmer near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 77/228

CASH, Patrick married Mary O’SULLIVAN on 30/8/1852 St Mary’s RC Church Morphett Vale. Patrick Cash farmer Hundred of Belvidere, died 11/8/1867 St John’s intestate. His eldest surviving son, Thomas Patrick Cash farmer Belvidere, inherited his estate as heir at law. Children of the marriage - Mary Teresa Cash Helena Cash, Katherine Cash, Thomas Patrick Cash (born 28/11/1861), John Gregory Cash (born 10/8/1863), and Honora Annie Cash all living, and Ignatius Cash died a few days after his birth, and another son, also called Ignatius Cash, who died aged 4 years 4 months Application 20085

CASH, Thomas P farmer Colton and Bridget Elizabeth Cash his wife. [Was she a Miss KENNY? ]1889 Memorial 117/400

CASHEL, Patrick labourer Burnside 1877 Application 15931

No 1

CASHMORE, AB clerk Adelaide 1898 Memorial 2/435

CASHMORE, Arthur Brook shipping and general agent Pt Pirie 1901 Memorial 25/444

CASHMORE, Samuel Herbert tobacconist Adelaide 1879 Memorial 88/314

CASIERO, Joseph farmer Willunga 1851 Memorial 55/30

CASKERS, Matthew farmer Dry Creek 1853[-1855] Memorial 112/47

No 1

CASKEY, John baker Kensington 1852 Memorial 89/43.

CASKEY, John baker Norwood 1864[-1880] Memorial 11/199

CASKEY, John carter Kensington 1854 Memorial 180/62

No 2

CASKEY, John farmer Saddleworth 1902 Application 24366

No 1

CASKEY, Matthew farmer Dry Creek 1849[-1856] Memorial 83/65

CASKEY, Matthew farmer now or formerly of the Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 198/137

CASON, Robert labourer Gawler 1849[-1853] Memorial 254/14

CASS, Marion (Mrs) draper Marden 1914 Application 26305

No 1

CASS, Martin gardener Gawler North 1860 Memorial 71/167

CASS, Martin gardener Gawler North, died 10/8/1885. Father of Ann Elizabeth QUIN wife of Michael Quin labourer Clare and grandfather of Elizabeth Quin Memorial 22/391

CASS, Martin gardener Gawler, died 10/8/1885. Estate worth £25. His estate in trust for his daughter, Ann Eizabeth QUIN wife of Michael Quin labourer Clare, for life then to her daughter, Elizabeth Quin absolutely. Martin Cass could not write Application 27601

No 1

CASS, William Joseph labourer Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1883[-1884] Grant Book 29 Page 149 County MacDonnell

CASS, William Joseph sheep farmer Frances 1886[-1888] Memorial 77/381

CASS, William Joseph sheep farmer Frances, power of attorney to the Commercial Bank of SA, to manage his estates while under mortgage 27/3/1886 Deposit 61/1888

CASSELS, Alexander Arthur Patrick farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1889 Grant Book 31 Page 203 County Grey

No 1

CASSELS, John yeoman Rapid Bay 1850 Memorial 428/85

CASSELS, John farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1861] Memorial 4/61

CASSELS, Thomas surgeon Millicent 1886 Memorial 24/375

CASSELTON, James labourer Port Road 1853 Memorial 30/114

CASSIDY, James blacksmith formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 294/90

He had returned to Melbourne Vic by 1877 Memorial 60/301

No 1

CASSIDY, John bricklayer Adelaide (Cheltenham St) 1852 Memorial 231/41

CASSIDY, John mason near Goodwood 1863 Memorial 51/187

Plasterer near Goodwood 1862 Memorial 82/187

CASSIDY, John mason Adelaide 1869 Memorial 140/240

CASSIDY, John mason formerly of Adelaide 1860 but now of Goodwood 1875. He could not write Application 14429

No 1

CASSIDY, John Lewis mason Goodwood 1870 Application 11168

CASSIDY, John Lewis builder Goodwood 1879 Memorial 95/316

No 1

CASSIDY, Mary widow Pt Gawler 1859 Memorial 248/161

CASSIDY, Mary widow formerly of Pt Gawler but now of Foster St, Sale Gippsland Vic 1868 Memorial 91/234

CASSIDY, Mary widow formerly of Pt Gawler but now resident in NSW linked with Robert Cassidy of Cargo NSW and Thomas Cassidy farmer Pt Gawler. Probably linked with James Cassidy of Melbourne Vic 1877 Memorials 60 & 61/301

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CASSIDY, Samuel farmer Cowandilla 1853 Memorial 279/50

CASSIDY, Samuel the Elder farmer Cowandilla 1853 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 374/52

CASSIDY, Samuel the Elder and John farmers Cowandilla 1853 Memorial 110/53

Linked with Samuel Cassidy the Younger farmer Cowandilla 1853 Memorial 111/53

CASSIDY, Samuel the Elder formerly Sergeant HEICS but now farmer Cowandilla bought land in the Hundred of Pt Gawler 1853. He died c1855, probably in the Hundred of Pt Gawler. His family consisted of the following children - Samuel Cassidy the Younger, James Cassidy, Thomas Cassidy, John Cassidy, Henry Cassidy, Robert Cassidy, Mary Ann Cassidy, who survived in 1882. Also 6 males dead by 31/8/1882, when Samuel Cassidy the Elder's widow, Mary Cassidy, died at Limestone Valley in the Molong District NSW, aged 92. She was born in Co Cairn??, Ireland, the daughter of James RUTHERFORD farmer and Nancy DOUBTY. She was about 20 years old when she married in Ireland. The family emigrated to SA in the 1830s-1840s. The only daughter, Mary Ann Cassidy 20, born in SA, married William Thomas TAYLOR 21 on 25/3/1869 Presbyterian Manse at Sale Vic. Mary Ann Taylor widow 378 Wellington St, Collinwood Vic, had died by early 1901 intestate Application 25076

No 1

CASSIDY, Thomas miller Gawler 1851 Memorial 111/36.

CASSIDY, Thomas teamster Gawler 1859 Memorial 158/149

No 2

CASSIDY, Thomas farmer Cowandilla 1853 Memorial 453/59

CASSIDY, Thomas yeoman Gawler 1853 Memorial 487/56

CASSIDY, Thomas farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 369/62

CASSIDY, William bricklayer East Payneham 1851[-1853] Memorial 301/38.

CASSON, Thomas farmer Karte trustee Karte Hall 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 231 County Chandos

CAST, Edward formerly of Mt Freeling but now of Broken Hill NSW 1891 Memorial 105/410

CAST, Heinrich gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 340/61

No 1

CAST, William Henry prospector Grange Road, Grange 1914 Memorial 56/471

CAST, William Henry prospector Tarcoola 1915 Memorial 175/472

CAST, William Henry formerly of Grange Road, Grange but now prospector Tarcoola 1918 Memorial 22/477

CAST, William Henry formerly of Grange Road, Grange but now prospector Moorlands 1920 Memorial 152/480

CAST, William Henry prospector Bower Rd, Davington 1924 Application 27240

CASTHEW, CH JP of Orroroo 1880 Memorial 168/322

No 1

CASTINE, Ernest William auctioneer Watervale 1903 Memorial 32/448, Application 24574

CASTINE, Ernest William grazier formerly of Watervale but now of Leabrook 1918 Memorial 32/477

No 1

CASTINE, John William storekeeper Auburn 1869[-1878] Memorial 121/239

CASTINE, JW JP storekeeper Riverton 1880 Memorial 52/322

CASTINE, John William gentleman Riverton 1892 Application 22205

CASTINE, John William commission agent Riverton 1898 Memorial 219/433

CASTINE, John William formerly storekeeper Riverton and Auburn but now out of business Adelaide linked with Sidney Barkla Castine storekeeper Auburn 1926 Memorial 173/494

CASTINE, John William retired land valuator 64 Lambert Road, Royston Park, died 13/6/1939, of senile decay, aged 93 years. Born in Plymouth, Devon, England. In SA 77 years. Remarried at 67 years. 2 sons and 1 daughter living. 1 son deceased Memorial 174/515

CASTINE, OH out of business Riverton 1950 Memorial 137/529

CASTLE, Aimee and Kate Castle spinsters east Adelaide 1903 Memorial 239/449

CASTLE, Alfred of Wemterigo 1879 Memorial 229/320

No 1

CASTLE, Ann, Elizabeth Castle, Mary Castle and Julie Castle spinsters Long Valley near Strathalbyn linked with Ethel SLEEP commonly known as Ethel Castle spinster Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1919 Memorial 172/478

CASTLE, Ann spinster Long Valley near Strathalbyn, died 12/8/1924. Sister to Mary Castle. Aunt to Thomas Castle PALTRIDGE bank clerk Kingswood Memorial 113/492

CASTLE, Ann spinster Long Valley near Strathalbyn, died 12/8/1924. Her estate worth £2,560. She left bequests to the following people: her sister Mary Castle, her nephew Thomas Castle PALTRIDGE, her sister Julia Castle, her sister Harriet QUICK, her brother Gabriel Castle, her niece Olive Isabel Castle, her nephew Colin Castle Paltridge, her niece Kathleen Castle and her brother, Benjamin Castle 1949 Application 28627

CASTLE, Mary spinster spinster Long Valley near Strathalbyn, died 22/5/1931. Her estate worth £2560. Bequests to the following people; her nephew Thomas Castle PALTRIDGE, her brother Benjamin Castle, her nephew Colin Castle Paltridge and her niece Kathleen Castle BENNETT Application 28627

CASTLE, Olive Isabel and Ethel SLEEP commonly known as Ethel Castle spinsters Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1949 Application 28627

No 1

CASTLE, Benjamin farmer Long Valley linked with Ann, Elizabeth, Mary, Julia and Harriet Castle spinsters Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1887[-1903] Memorial 176/388

CASTLE, Benjamin formerly farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn but now mechanic Pt Broughton linked with Ann, Elizabeth, Mary and Julia Castle spinsters Long Valley 1913 Memorial 22/468

CASTLE, Charles gardener Section 983 near Mt Lofty 1855. He leased his property on a 7 year lease (beginning in 1855) from Arthur HARDY Esquire Birksgate at £20 for the 1st 2 years and £40 for the remainder. The Castle and MEASDAY families took out a similar lease at the same time Memorial 497/94

No 1

CASTLE, Edmund farmer The Tiers near Crafers 1858[-1868] Memorial 317/146

CASTLE, Edmund carter Fullarton Estate 1897 Application 23419

No 1

CASTLE, Edward Esquire Survey B Onkaparinga 1842 Memorial 103/365

CASTLE, Edward farmer Morphett Vale bought Sections 5623 and 5624 Co Adelaide land grant £204 24/3/1846 Enrolment 7/2

CASTLE, Edward Esquire Hackham linked with Charles Castle of Clifton and Michael Castle of Grove House Clifton nr Bristol, Glos [Not clear whether M Castle visiting SA or Edward Castle in England for a visit] 1850 Memorial 310/30

CASTLE, Edward and Frederick gentlemen Hackham 1851 Memorial 173/37.

CASTLE, Edward Esquire formerly of Hackham but now of parts beyond the seas 1854 Memorial 62/79

CASTLE, Edward Esquire late of Hackham, but now of Mt Pleasant 1870. Enrolment 41/50

CASTLE, Edward gentleman formerly of Hackham but now of Mt Pleasant 1872 Application 11983

No 1

CASTLE, Frederick farmer Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 5/37.

CASTLE, Frederic Esquire Morphett Vale 1854 He laid out a township called Castleton on Section 315 Hundred of Noarlunga Memorial 106/64

CASTLE, Frederic Esquire Morphett Vale, died 7/11/1854 North Adelaide. Estate worth £300. 'I bequeath unto John EDMUNDS son of my friend William Bennett Edmunds brewer Noarlunga, a certain filly belonging to me branded D and now running in the paddock of the said WB Edmunds. I bequeath unto my uncle Henry Castle of Bath in the Kingdom of England Esquire a ring belonging to me and now in my desk at the house of my brother Edward Castle at Hackham I bequeath to my mother Mary Castle a gold and pearl brooch belonging to me and at present deposited with Mr BIRRELL of Noarlunga I bequeath to my sister Deborah Castle a specimen nuggett belonging to me and being at Hackham aforesaid I direct that my executors shall as soon as conveniently may be after my decease destroy all my papers now in my desk at my brother's house at Hackham. I also direct that my horse called Old Snob and being at Hackham shall with all convenient speed after my deeased be shot. I give and bequeath to my brother William Henry Castle of London merchant £700 now owing to me upon his bond.' All the real estate to go into trust for the benefit of his nieces and nephew - Julia Castle, Catherine Castle and Charles Falkland Castle; the income to help to maintain and educate the children, who could claim their inheritance in equal shares once all of them had turned 21. The rest of the estate to his brother, Edward Castle, of Hackham. Executors: Richard Eales BORROW accountant Adelaide and John ACRAMAN merchant Adelaide. Charles Falkland Castle of Morphett Vale, died 4/8/1868, of epilepsy, aged 14. By 1926, his sisters Julia OLDHAM wife of William John Oldham banker (married at Christ Church Strathalbyn on 21/9/1875, when WJ Oldham was stationed at Gawler), and Catherine Kate Castle spinster, were living at Wyandra at Hackney. The land they inherited from their uncle (Lot 51 at Noarlunga) was worth £200 Application 27517

No 1

CASTLE, George 30 farm servant McLaren Vale (Father: Thomas Castle) married Mary nee AITCHISON 27 servant McLaren Vale (Father: James Aitchison) on 2/8/1864 George Castle's home. Minister: James HOWIE. Witnesses: William Castle farmer McLaren Vale, Isabella Aitchison servant Adelaide. The George Castles lived in the Victorian Gippsland by 1891 Application 22143

No 2

CASTLE, George yeoman Crafers 1878 Memorial 185/308

CASTLE, George yeoman Mt Lofty 1897 Application 23289

No 1

CASTLE, Gordon Howard clerk SA Supreme Court, Adelaide 1882 Memorial 12/337

CASTLE, Gordon H acting judge's associate SA Supreme Court Adelaide 1885 Memorial 1/371

CASTLE, Isaac mason Kooringa 1850 Memorial 388/26

No 1

CASTLE, James shoemaker Willunga 1851 Memorial 66/38.

CASTLE, James storekeeper Willunga 1860 Application 1582

No 1

CASTLE, Robert Armstrong Carr draper Adelaide 1857[-1891] Memorial 254/126

CASTLE, Robert Armstrong Carr draper Adelaide 1895 Application 23032.

CASTLE, Robert Armstrong Carr draper Adelaide, died 14/6/1896. Husband of Mary Brown Castle and father of Robert Andrew Carr Castle not described. By 1898, Mary Brown Castle had moved to Glenelg. [Were RC Castle solicitor Adelaide and RAC Castle of this family?] Memorials 173/433, 197/434

No 1

CASTLE, Robert Carr draper; Adelaide (Rundle St) 1868[-1876]. Enrolment 41/49

CASTLE, Robert Carr draper Adelaide 1875 Memorial 79/282

No 2

CASTLE, Robert Carr articled clerk Adelaide 1881[-1882] Memorial 243/336

CASTLE, Robert Carr solicitor Adelaide 1890[-1893] Memorial 180/403

CASTLE, Robert Armstrong Carr solicitor Adelaide 1891 Memorial 141/410

CASTLE, Stephen gardener Mt Lofty 1862 Memorial 239/234

No 1

CASTLE, William farmer Macclesfield 1849 Memorial 35/346

CASTLE, William farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1858[-1866] Memorial 86/135

CASTLE, William farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn, died 12/7/1882. His son, John Castle, and daughters, Susannah SLEEP wife of Emmanuel Sleep and Abiah Sleep wife of Theodore Sleep, all lived near Horsham Vic. Unmarried daughters - Elizabeth, Mary, Martha, Julia, Gabriel, Harriet Castle and son Benjamin Castle lived with their mother on the farm at Long Valley. Complicated trusts for the disposal of the estate, including land at Long Valley, Cookes Plains and Pine Park. William Castle's widow, Mary Castle, died 8/9/1885. Benjamin Castle, the youngest child, turned 21 on 5/7/1887 Memorials 162 & 176/388

CASTLE, William gardener Strathalbyn 1899 Memorial 205/438

CASTLE, William formerly of Strathalbyn but now gardener North Adelaide 1901 Memorial 29/443

No 1

CASTLE, William gardener First Creek 1860 Memorial 22/165

CASTLE, William gardener Mt Lofty 1866 Memorial 103/219

CASTLE, William farmer near Crafers 1868 Memorial 47/237

CASTLE, William market gardener formerly of First Creek 1860 but now of Crafers 1873 Application 12536

No 2

CASTLE, William farmer McLaren Vale Hundred of Alma land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 101 County Gawler

CASTLE, William of Hamley Bridge 1885 Memorial 146/364

No 3

CASTLE, William lesee of land in the Hundred of Coolinong, Co Russell, died 12/7/1882 Memorial 133/349

CASTLEMAN-SMITH, Edward Castleman of Letton, Dorset, England 1920 Application 26936

No 1

CASTLETON, James brickmaker Bowden 1850 Memorial 313/23

CASTLETON, James yeoman Findon 1852 Memorial 77/41.

CASTLETON, James farmer Findon 1856[-1857] Memorial 49/104

CASTLETON, James formerly yeoman Findon but now miner Avoca Vic 1860 Memorial 108/162

CASTLEY, James of Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 498/82

CASTLEY, John farmer Balhannah 1855[-1861] Memorial 290/87

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger?

CATCHLOVE, Charles carpenter Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1839 Application 28028

CATCHLOVE, Charles and Edward carpenters Adelaide 1839 Application 9886

CATCHLOVE, Charles land owner Brighton 1841[-1879] Memorial 24/315

CATCHLOVE, Charles carpenter Brighton 1849 Memorial 253/19 Carpenter Walkerville 1850 Memorial 342/20

CATCHLOVE, ENB police trooper Waukaringa 1878 Memorial 214/310

No 1

CATCHLOVE, George Henry gentleman Adelaide and his wife Amelia Catchlove formerly Amelia SAYERS spinster Echunga 1856 Memorial 116/101

CATCHLOVE, George Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Echunga and Amelia Catchlove his wife 1858 Memorial 84/141

CATCHLOVE, George Henry licensed victualler Bridge Hotel, Echunga linked with Henry Catchlove licensed victualler Tavistock Hotel Adelaide (Rundle St) 1859 Memorial 54/157

CATCHLOVE, George Henry innkeeper Echunga and Amelia Catchlove his wife 1861 Memorial 331/178

CATCHLOVE, George Henry formerly innkeeper Echunga but now brewer Hindmarsh and Amelia Catchlove his wife 1867[-1869] Memorial 224/225

CATCHLOVE, George Henry gentleman Strangways Tce, North Adelaide 1875, linked with Emma Catchlove widow Mitcham Applications 14054 & 14098

CATCHLOVE, George Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1875 Memorial 147/283

CATCHLOVE, George Henry formerly brewer Adelaide but now gentleman North Adelaide (Strangways Tce) 1879 Memorial 208/316

CATCHLOVE, George Henry formerly licensed victualler but then gentleman Malvern, died 17/10/1892. Husband of Amelia Catchlove Memorial 133/419

CATCHLOVE, Amelia widow Malvern 1893 Application 22574

No 1

CATCHLOVE, Henry licensed victualler formerly of Alberton but now of Adelaide (Currie St), Charles Catchlove licensed victualler formerly of Walkervill but now of Pt Adelaide, and George Henry Catchlove licensed victualler Adelaide (Currie St) 1853 Memorial 17/48

CATCHLOVE, Henry licensed victualler Bassett Town near Gawler 1861 Memorial 93/177

CATCHLOVE, Henry licensed victualler Tothill Creek 1865 Memorial 302/207

No 1

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie and John gentlemen Adelaide 1850 Memorial 433/23

Late of Adelaide, but now of Fourth Creek late 1850 Memorial 120/27

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie farmer Fourth Creek 1850[-1853] Memorial 120/27

Farmer Hundred of Light 1857. Enrolment 7/9

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie Esquire Benwell Fourth Creek near Adelaide, linked with CATCHESIDE, Annie and Sarah spinsters Benwell Fourth Creek near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 253/38.

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie gentleman Fourth Creek 1854 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 72/72

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie farmer Woodside 1853[-1857] Memorial 107/86

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie farmer The Gilbert 1857 Memorial 192/128 Farmer Ryton near Templers 1857[-1861] Memorial 223/128

CATCHESIDE, David farmer Ryton near Freeling 1863 Application 3990

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie farmer Ryton Farm Co Light 1858 Memorial 416/147

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie formerly farmer Ryton Farm Co Light 1858 but now gentleman Kent Town 1864 Application 5414

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie gentleman Kent Town 1865 Memorial 183/352

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie gentleman Kent Town, about to depart on a voyage to Europe and elsewhere, power of attorney to William KAY auctioneer Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 28/3/1865 Deposit 5/1866

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie farmer formerly of the Light but now in parts beyond the seas 1866 Memorial 52/210

CATCHESIDE, David Guthrie farmer Hundred of Light 1859 formerly of Ryton near Freeling but now of parts beyond the sea 1869 Application 10279

No 1

CATCHESIDE, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Fourth Creek, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his brother David Guthrie Catcheside gentleman Fourth Creek, to manage his SA business affairs 19/11/1850 Enrolment 7/9

CATCHESIDE, John gentleman Benwell Fourth Creek near Adelaide, presently in England 1851 Memorial 252/38.

No 1

CATE, Eli plasterer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 206/16

CATE, Eli builder Newton near Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 143/36.

CATE, Eli licensed victualler Thorndon Park 1858[-1859] Memorial 72/147

No 1

CATE, William butler Adelaide 1853 Memorial 417/46

No 2

CATE, William gentleman Norwood. Arthur Frederick Cate mentioned but not described 1910 Memorial 93/462

CATELL, Charles butcher Brownhill Creek 1853 Memorial 176/57

CATER, James licensed teacher Adelaide 1870 Memorial 27/250

CATERER, Edith S, CAVE, Ruth, POLLARD, Una M and TRUMAN, Frank E clerks to the Executor Trustee and Agency Co of 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1924 Application 27288

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CATERER, Frederick schoolmaster Glenelg 1870 Memorial 212/246

CATERER, Frederick Isaac schoolmaster Glenelg 1872[-1878] Memorial 3/270, Application 12093

No 1

CATERER, Thomas schoolmaster Glenelg 1859[-1860] Memorial 226/152

CATERER, Thomas gentleman Beaumont 1866 Memorial 199/213

CATERER, Thomas gentleman Norwood 1882 Memorial 20/347

CATFORD, Ann spinster Skillogolee Creek Co Stanley. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 330 County Daly

CATFORD, Edward farmer Appila Yarrowie Co Frome. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 58 County Dalhousie

CATFORD, Oliver Stuart labourer Auburn 1954, declared that he had been born on 16/2/1887 at Yarcowie Application 29075

No 1 – probably the Elder

CATFORD, William farmer Skillogolee Creek 1855[-1860] Memorial 402/84

CATFORD, William farmer Skillogolee Creek Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1864 Grant Book 56 Page 118 County Stanley

CATFORD, William farmer Hoyleton 1886 Memorial 248/379

No 2 – the Younger

CATFORD, William the Younger farmer Skillogolee Creek Co Stanley. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 52 County Dalhousie

CATFORD, William the Younger Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1887[-1890] Grant Book 13 Page 54 County Dalhousie

CATFORD, William Norman agent 1 Gilmore Road Henley Beach Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1948 Grant Book 12 Page 131 County Chandos

CATHERO, Joseph gatekeeper Kilkenny 1878 Application 16802

CATHERY, Charles farmer St Johns Wood 1855 Memorial 77/88

No 1

CATHERY, Desbrow carpenter Adelaide 1840 Application 18546

CATHERY, Desbro yeoman Section 352 Survey B 1846. Enrolment 30/35

Joiner of Allsworth near Adelaide 1848[-1850] Memorial 186/13

Farmer Great South Road 1849 Memorial 4377/17

CATHERY, Desbro licensed victualler Allsworth 1851 Memorial 34/104

CATHERY, Desbro yeoman Section 352 Survey B North Road near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 289/34

CATHERY, Desbro farmer Section 332 Hundred of Pt Gawler 1871[-1877] Memorial 181/252

No 1

CATHERY, Desbro Charles farmer Gawler River 1851[-1867] Memorial 470/28

CATHERY, Desbro Charles farmer Gawler River and his wife, Susanna Eliza Cathery formerly Susanna Eliza nee Cathery [Sic – she was a Hampson] 1851 Memorial 384/35.

CATHERY, Desbro Charles farmer Two Wells 1869 Memorial 212/242

CATHERY, Desbro Charles married Susanna Eliza nee HAMPSON at Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide, on 10/12/1850. DC Cathery died 19/2/1878 Adelaide Hospital. His widow remarried to Arthur WYATT on 19/8/1885 Mallala. The following Cathery children in childhood - Henry Charles Cathery born 1/10/1851 died 24/4/1852, Charles Henry Cathery born 30/8/1853 died 30/12/1853, Jane Cathery born 22/9/1854 died 24/9/1854, Edward Cathery born 2/5/1863 died 2/5/1875. Daughter-in-law Sarah Cathery remarried to William kutscher in July 1885 at Sturt St, Adelaide. Susanna Eliza WYATT and her husband Arthur Wyatt lived at New Prospect. The following children of her first marriage were still living - Desbro Charles Cathery, Fanny Susannah ROBINSON, Elizabeth Annie WIMMER, George Alfred Cathery, Henry Richard Cathery, and Ida Amelia Cathery 1890 Application 21887

No 1

CATLEY, Joseph mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 370/65

CATLEY, Joseph labourer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 178/80

No 1

CATLEY, Sarah widow Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 103/236

CATLEY, Sarah widow Portland Estate 1871 Memorial 12/251

CATO, Thomas William fitter Kapunda 1892 Application 22404

No 1

CATOR, Albermarle Bertie Esquire Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 78/26

CATOR, Albermarle Bertie Esquire formerly of Adelaide but recently returned to England and now residing in Sussex Square, Hyde Park, Midddlesex 1855 Memorial 405/97

CATOR, Henrietta daughter of Albemarle Cator and wife of Price Frederick BLACKWOOD major in HM Royal Horse Artillery Elm Lodge Towcester, Northants, England. Major Blackwood died 25/8/1897 Memorials 106 & 107/439

CATOR, Henrietta spinster of parts beyond the sea. John ACRAMAN merchant Adelaide had acted as her local attorney ever since she had left the colony, some time before March 1880 Application 18113

No 1

CATT, Alfred farmer Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 180/140

CATT, Alfred storekeeper's assistant Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 152/185

CATT, Alfred storekeeper Strathalbyn 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

CATT, Alfred storekeeper Strathalbyn. Strathalbyn Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1869 Memorial 186/242

CATT, Alfred storekeeper Gladstone trustee Wesleyan Methodist allotment Booyoolie township Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 315 County Victoria

CATT, Alfred storekeeper Booyoolie trustee Institute Booyoolie Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 318 County Victoria

CATT, Alfred storekeeper [formerly of Strathalbyn but now of] Gladstone 1877 Memorial 79/297

CATT, Alfred storekeeper Gladstone 1877 Memorial 130/301

CATT, Alfred formerly storekeeper Strathalbyn but now MP Parkside 1884[-1890] Memorial 51/363

No 1

CATT, Alfred Clifford storekeeper Gladstone 1899 Memorial 78/438

CATT, Alfred Clifford estate agent Mitcham, Charles Stuart Catt estate agent East Adelaide, Francis Cooper WADE estate agent East Adelaide and Charles Ronald SUTTON auctioneer East Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Alfred C Catt Son & Co 1921 Memorial 184/482

No 1

CATT, Frederick William Clifford draper Kensington Rd, Knightsbridge 1905 Memorial 43/453

CATT, Frederick William Clifford draper Adelaide (70 Rundle St) 1910 Memorial 198/463

CATT, Frederick William Clifford draper Leabrook 1929 Memorial 111/501

No 1

CATT, Henry farmer Balhannah 1853 Hundred of Strathalbyn land purchase Memorial 124/48

CATT, Henry farmer formerly of Balhannah but now of Strathalbyn 1858[-1859] Memorial 250/141

CATT, Henry farmer near Strathalbyn 1861 Memorial 48/176

No 2

CATT, Henry carpenter Hindmarsh 1854[-1855] Memorial 350/74

No 3 - possibly the same person

CATT, Henry licensed victualler The Meadows 1861 Memorial 147/176

CATT, Henry licensed victualler Clare 1865 Memorial 155/206

CATT, Isaac Waller 38 fishmonger Norwod (Father: Isaac Catt) married Caroline BONHAM 37 widow Norwood (Father; John HEDGES) ON 22/3/1861 Flinders St Presbyterian Manse Minister: James LYALL. Witnesses: Annie Bonham Norwood and Helen WHITECROSS Adelaide. Caroline Catt wife of Isaac Waller Catt fishmonger Norwood, died 28/11/1872 intestate, of morbus cordis, aged 47.She left her only son, John Bonham brickmaker Stepney as heir at law. Also two daughters - Sarah Bonham, and Caroline Ann JACKSON wife of William Jackson butcher Angas St, Adelaide Application 17388

No 1

CATT, Jesse stockkeeper Strathalbyn 1859 Memorial 222/158

CATT, Jesse butcher The Meadows 1862 Application 3078

CATT, Jesse butcher Meadows 1876 Memorial 100/289

No 1

CATT, Jesse Clifford draper Pt Adelaide 1889 Application 22418

CATT, Jesse Clifford draper Pt Adelaide 1892 Memorial 49/415

CATT, Jesse Clifford draper Pt Adelaide and Caroline Crastin Catt his wife 1896 Memorial 87/429

CATT, Jesse Clifford out of business Alberton and Caroline Crastin Catt his wife 1919[-1925] Memorial 124/478

CATT, William baker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 442/51

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CATT, William R of Tarpeena 1868 Memorial 230/227

CATT, William Robert teacher Robe 1875 Application 14055

CATTANACH, Alexander manager Tallageira Station. Hundred of Binnum land grant 1883 Grant Book 29 Page 149 County MacDonnell

No 1

CATTANACH, Harry James Goodrich surveyor Penola 1862[-1868] Memorial 214/180

CATTANACH, Harry James Goodrich sheepfarmer Narracoorte 1868 Memorial 89/456

CATTANACH, Harry James Goodrich gentleman Tallageira [perhaps near Narracoorte?] 1871 Memorial 62/255

CATTANACH, Harry James Goodrich squatter Naracoorte. Hundred of Jessie land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 258 County Robe

CATTANACH, Henry JG and Alexander of Tallageira near Narracoorte 1881 Application 18933

No 1

CATTELL, Charles Esquire Mitcham 1853 Memorial 143/55

CATTELL, Charles dairyman Mitcham 1854 Memorial 338/65

CATTELL, Charles farmer formerly of Mitcham but now of Kanmantoo 1857 Memorial 293/121

CATTELL, Charles farmer Nairne 1859 Application 819

CATTELL, Charles farmer Cattell Valley near Nairne Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1860 Grant Book 57 Page 100 County Sturt

CATTELL, Charles butcher Mitcham 1861 Application 2697

CATTELL, Charles farmer formerly of Mitcham but now of Kanmantoo 1857 Of near Nairne 1862 Application 3700

CATTELL, Charles farmer near Harrogate Hundred of Monarto land grant 1864 Grant Book 58 Page 118 County Sturt

CATTLE, HJ proclaimed bank manager Adelaide 1950 Memorial 154/525

CATTLE, James butcher Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1913 Grant Book 6 Page 55 County Buccleuch

CATTO, Alexander William engineer Gawler 1923 Memorial 74/490

CATTON, Charles licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 93/50

No 1

CATTRAM, Thomas farmer near Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 341/183

CATTRAM, Honor widow Deep Creek near Strathalbyn 1882 relict of the late Thomas Cattram gardener Deep Creek who died 30/7/1881 Memorials 7 & 37/340

No 1

CATTS, James teacher Smith Creek 1855 Memorial 231/93

CATTS, James teacher Smithfield 1865 Memorial 204/206

CATTS, James Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages Smithfield and Elizabeth Catts his wife 1879. J Catts died 1880 Memorial 184/320

CATTS, Elizabeth widow formerly of Smithfield but then of Parkside, died 28/6/1905. Executors; James HARVEY the Elder and John HEDDLE gentlemen both of Salisbury Memorial 171/459

CAUDAN, Armand mining engineer Adelaide 1887 Memorial 179/388

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CAULFIELD, John storeman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 155/294

CAULFIELD, John farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1889 Grant Book 13 Page 170 County Dalhousie

CAUSBY, Bessie Gane widow Gawler 1912[-1915] Memorial 42/467

No 1

CAUSBY, George labourer Gawler 1850 Memorial 368/24

CAUSBY, George soap and candle manufacturer North Para 1853[-1856] Memorial 64/55

CAUSBY, George soap and candlemaker Hundred of Barossa 1853[-1854] Memorial 384/58

CAUSBY, George candlemaker and farmer Hundred of Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 37 County Adelaide

CAUSBY, George farmer North Para 1854 Memorial 447/73

CAUSBY, George soapmaker Gawler 1856[-1864] Memorial 145/97

CAUSBY, George innkeeper Globe Inn Gawler 1858 Memorial 267/146

CAUSBY, George licensed victualler formerly of Gawler but now of Bassett Town 1858 Memorial 101/139

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CAUSBY, George farmer Melrose 1863 Memorial 180/192

CAUSBY, George publican Melrose 1863 Application 3900

CAUSBY, Herbert Edward grocer and CAUSBY, Ederick Stephen moulder Gawler 1891 Application 22078

No 1

CAUSBY, John Henry stone dresser Gawler 1880 Memorial 136/325

CAUSBY, John Henry stone dresser Bassett Town 1884 Application 20363

CAUSBY, Joseph John butcher Gawler South 1888 Application 21501

No 1

CAUSBY, Thomas labourer Gawler 1857 Memorial 200/128

CAUSBY, Thomas hawker Gawler died 8/12/1883 intestate. Letters of administration to George and William Causby labourers Gawler to settle his £225 estate Memorial 50/360

No 1

CAUSBY, Thomas George blacksmith's striker Gawler 1888 Memorial 203/398

CAUSBY, Thomas George formerly blacksmith's striker Gawler but now butcher Willaston 1899 Memorial 186/439

No 1

CAUST, Francis James widower coachbuilder Chain of Ponds married Gertrude Pauline GALE spinster Nairne 7/1/1914. Witnesses; William Gale farmer Woodside and Hilda Myrtle Gale of Nairne Memorial 125/475 & RPA Search 2122

CAUST, Frank J coachbuilder Summertown 1911 Memorial 47/465

No 1

CAUST, James blacksmith Adelaide (Currie St) 1845 Memorial 299/5

CAUST, James blacksmith formerly of Currie St, Adelaide but now of Black Forest 1850 Memorial 431/25

CAUST, James blacksmith Black Forest 1852[-1857] Memorial 297/41.

CAUST, James wheelwright Black Forest 1853 Enrolment 99/38

CAUST, James wheelwright Black Forest 1854 Memorial 124/64

CAUST, James blacksmith formerly of Black Forest but now of Chain of Ponds 1857 Memorial 298/125

CAUST, James blacksmith Adelaide 1854 Memorial 64/69

CAUST, James blacksmith formerly of Adelaide but now of the Hundred of Para Wirra 1855 Memorial 250/85

CAUST, James blacksmith Chain of Ponds 1858 Memorial 90/143

CAUST, James blacksmith Chain of Ponds 1861 Application 2197

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CAUST, James innkeeper Hammersmith 1867 Memorial 218/219

CAUST, Louis Victor blacksmith Summertown 1934 Application 27946

CAUST, William blacksmith Chain of Ponds 1875 Memorial 166/285

CAVANAGH, Austin labourer Magill 1847 Memorial 444/9

CAVANAGH, Daniel wheelwright Kapunda 1865[-1891] Memorial 269/201, Application 22074

No 1 - probably the same person

CAVANAGH, John yeoman Adelaide and Sarah Cavanagh his wife 1855 Memorial 268/82

CAVANAGH, John gentleman Kent Town, died 1888. Husband of Sarah Cavanagh. Robert Cavanagh clerk Adelaide mentioned. Estate worth £300 Memorial 59/394

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

CAVANAGH, John of Adelaide 1860 Application 1910

CAVANAGH, John gentleman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 294/179

CAVANAGH, John gentleman Dry Creek 1867 Memorial 210/221

CAVANAGH, J guard Yatala labour prison 1879 Memorial 175/317

No 1

CAVANAGH, Michael James stationman Goodwood 1866[-1871] Memorial 175/217, Application 11174

CAVANAGH, Michael James labourer Goodwood, died 6/12/1903 intestate. His estate worth £600. His widow, Mary Ann Cavanagh, died 24/6/1927 Glen Osmond intestate. He left the following family living in 1929 - James Cavanagh clothing manufacturer Penzance St, Glenelg; Mary Ann Cavanagh spinster Glen Osmond; Rose Agnes NILSON married woman Pinnaroo; Genevieve HOLLAND widow Adelaide; Colletta SCALLION married woman Glenelg. The following family had already died in their parents' lifetime - Catherine Cavanagh died 18/5/1881; Theresa Cavanagh died 23/2/1895; Sarah Jane Cavanagh died 19/1/1896 a spinster and intestate; Alice Cavanagh died about 1873, aged 3 years; John Cavanagh died about 1874, aged 1 year ; Michael James Cavanagh died c1886, an infant Application 27669

CAVANAGH, Michael James labourer Goodwood, died 6/12/1903. Husband of Mary Ann Cavanagh. Father of James Cavanagh clothing manufacturer Penzance St, Glenelg 1927 Memorial 109/498

No 1

CAVANAGH, Patrick farmer Third Creek 1850 Memorial 307/27

CAVANAGH, Patrick farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1852[-1859] Memorial 424/44

CAVANAGH, Patrick the Elder farmer Peachey Belt Hundred of Munno Para West, died c1866. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Cavanagh, during her widowhood, then the real estate to be sold and the entire estate to be distributed amongst the children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant - William Cavanagh, Jane Cavanagh, Patrick Cavanagh the Younger, Elizabeth Cavanagh, Anne Cavanagh, Mary Cavanagh, Margaret Cavanagh Memorial 206/214

Cavanagh, Patrick farmer Munno Para West, died 31/7/1866. Husband of Ellen Cavanagh. They had a spinster daughter called Jane Cavanagh of Penfield, who died 4/6/1902 intestate. Other children living in 1903 included Elizabeth HEATH wife of George Heath plasterer Alford, Anne GOUDIE widow of James Adsom TAYLOR warehouseman Glenelg and now wife of Peter Goudie tailor Commercial Road, Pt Adelaide, Mary KITTO wife of Joseph William Kitto mason North Adelaide, Margaret FERRY wife of William Seth Ferry formerly clerk Petersburg, now station master Mt Barker WA 1903. Patrick Cavanagh's elest son, William CAVANAGH farmer Watchmans Plains Balaklava, died 4/10/1881. William Cavanagh's widow, Bridget Cavanagh, then remarried, to Owen Michael Haggarty farmer Beaufort, and she had become a widow again by 1903 Application 24606

No 2

CAVANAGH, Patrick residing at the Burra Creek died c1851. He owned land in Willunga Memorial 193/32

No 3

CAVANAGH, Patrick farmer Paringa village 1858[-1859] Memorial 66/132

CAVANAGH, Richard John Magill Home Superintendent. Magill Institute trustee 1928 Memorial 30/499

CAVANAGH, Robert clerk Adelaide 1882 Application 19506

No 1

CAVANAGH, William farmer Balaklava Co Gawler Hundred of Stow land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 446 County Stanley

CAVANAGH, William farmer Watchman Plains near Balaklava, died 1881 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Bridget Cavanagh, to settle the £800 estate Memorial 45/336

No 1

CAVE, Alfred George schoolmaster Pt Adelaide 1851. Wesleyan Methodist. Memorial 236/31

CAVE, Mr schoolmaster Pt Adelaide 1851 Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 22/73

CAVE, Alfred George clerk Pt Adelaide 1862 Application 3669

No 1

CAVE, Hugo Charles merchant Adelaide 1903 Application 24598

CAVE, Hugo Charles pastoralist Adelaide 1915 Application 26478

CAVE, Hugo Charles grazier Victor Harbor 1919[-1924] Memorial 75/478

CAVE, John Town Clerk Goolwa and Anne Brinkworth Cave his wife 1884 Application 20116

No 1

CAVE, John Darby farmer Gumeracha 1855[-1856] Memorial 351/84

CAVE, John Darby farmer North Gumeracha 1858[-1860] Memorial 68/144

CAVE, John Darby sheepfarmer Blackheath near Langhorne Bridge Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 7 County Sturt

CAVE, John Darby farmer Langhorne Creek 1862 Application 3546

CAVE, John Darby auctioneer Redruth 1873 Application 13170

CAVE, John D auctioneer Redruth 1877 Memorial 200/301

CAVE, John D JP of Redruth 1877 Memorial 97/302

CAVE, John Darby auctioneer Kooringa 1879 Memorial 100/319

CAVE, John Darby auctioneer Redruth 1880 Memorial 117/323

CAVE, John D agent Kooringa 1883[-1888] Memorial 240/346

CAVE, John Newman Ottaway/Otway merchant Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorials 474/78 & 466/86

CAVE, Richard Rendall merchant Pt Adelaide 1887 Application 21293

CAVE, Walter Ashby 32 bachelor Walkerville (Father; Charles Ashby Cave) Born Candy, Ceylon married Mabel Janet Celia HIGGINS 33 Walkerville (Father: Thomas William Higgins) born Currency Creek on 20/11/1913 St Andrew's Walkerville Application 27570

No 1

CAVE, William Rendall of Gawler 1861 Memorial 245/182

CAVE, William Rendall merchant and shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 52/225

CAVE, William Rendell commission agent Tenterden 1872 Application 12280

CAVE, William Rendall merchant Adelaide 1877[-1898] Memorial 132/304

CAVE, William Rendall, Charles Herbert WARREN, Hugh Charles Cave and John Rendall Cave general merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of WR Cave & Co Ltd 1902 Memorial 242/446

CAVE, William Rendall and Charles Herbert WARREN grain and general merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of WR Cave & Co 1909 Memorial 66/461

CAVENAGH, Annie of Felixstow 1872 Memorial 30/258

CAVENAGH, Gordon Esquire 22 Buckingham Place, Brighton, Sussex, England, power of attorney to Wentworth Cavanagh Premier of SA Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 6/6/1878 Deposit 164/1879

No 1

CAVENAGH, J Gordon law student Adelaide 1887[-1888] Memorial 1/388

CAVENAGH-MAINWARING, James Gordon solicitor Adelaide (Albion Chambers, Waymouth St) formerly known as James Gordon Cavenagh 1896 Memorial 196/428

No 1

CAVENAGH, Orfeur General in HM Indian Army St Aubyns, Long Ditton, Surrey, England, power of attorney to Wentworth Cavanagh MP Adelaide, to manage his SA estate 26/4/1878 Deposit 169/1875

CAVENAGH, Orfeur general in the British Army in parts beyond the seas 1887 Memorial 14/382

No 1

CAVENAGH, Wentworth gentleman Peachey Belt 1854 Memorial 154/65

CAVENAGH, Wentworth Esquire Penfield 1861, attorney for James PHILCOX late of Adelaide but now of Preston near Brighton, Sussex, England, and probably a relative of Colonel Orfeur Cavenagh, Governor of Singapore in the East Indies Application 2964

CAVENAGH, Wentworth Adelaide Waterworks Commissioner Adelaide 1873 Application 12848

CAVENAGH, Wentworth agent Eden Park, Kensington 1881 Memorial 153/330

CAVENAGH, Wentworth agent Adelaide 1888 Memorial 68/391

CAVENAGH, Wentworth the Hon formerly of Marryatville but then of Whitmore Hall, Staffs, England, died 5/1/1895 Southsea, Hants, England. Later called the Hon Wentworth Cavenagh-Mainwaring. Husband of Ellen Jane Cavenagh-Mainwaring who still lived at Whitmore Hall in 1898. Estate worth £10,000 Memorial 176/435

CAVENETT, Henry farmer The Hummocks Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 361 County Daly

CAVENETT, Margaret Ellen married woman Strathalbyn 1950 Application 28753

No 1

CAVILL, Henry baker Adelaide 1850[-1855] Memorial 371/27

CAVILL, Henry baker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

CAVILL, Henry baker formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Kadina 1865 Application 6580

CAVILL, Henry baker Kadina. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863[-1874] Grant Book 14 Page 107 County Daly

CAVILL, Henry baker Kadina, power of attorney to his son, Ephraim Reuben Cavill, to manage his SA estates 13/11/1872 Deposit 26/1873

No 1

CAVILLE, John plasterer Bowden and Eliza Caville his wife 1885[-1886] Memorial 57/366

CAVILLE, John plasterer Bowden and Eliza Caville his wife linked with Mary Ann LEWIS wife of Frederick Samuel Lewis engine driver Thebarton, Caroline Alice Caville spinster Hindmarsh and William Edwin Caville farmer Bowden 1893 Memorial 69/417

CAVILLE family - John Caville plasterer Bowden and Eliza Caville his wife, Mary Ann LEWIS wife of Frederick Daniel Lewis engine driver West Thebarton, Caroline Alice Caville spinster Bowden, William Edwin Caville farmer Bowden and Elizabeth Jane Caville spinster Bowden 1895 Memorial 116/425

CAVINS, John Campbell accountant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1903 Memorial 120/448

CAWDELL, Walter Archer Hollis bank manager Adelaide 1937 Memorial 178/510

CAWKWELL, Henry John miller Gawler 1863 Memorial 159/188

CAWLEY, Henry Albion Benjamin compositor Norwood 1861[-1867] Memorial 57/172

No 1

CAWLEY, Thomas surgeon Glenelg 1875 Memorial 33/338

CAWLEY, Thomas surgeon Glenelg, about to quit the province, power of attorney to William Selby DOUGLAS agent Glenelg, to manage his SA estates 3/1/1877 Deposit 53/1877

CAWLEY, Thomas surgeon Glenelg 1885 Application 21093

CAWLEY, Thomas medical practitioner Adelaide 1898 Memorial 199/435

No 2

CAWLEY, Thomas farmer Reynella 1882[-1885] Memorial 139/342

CAWOOD, John yeoman Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 104/12

CAWRSE, James Hanne formerly builder Kooringa but now farmer Gawler Plains 1860[-1886] Memorial 66/164

CAWRSE, John born 19/8/1859 Kooringa, son of James Cawrse butcher and Elizabeth Jane Arundell nee HANNE. His grandmother, Susannah Hanne farmer Peachey Belt, left James Cawrse considerable farming real estate in the Hundreds of Gawler and Munno Para, in trust for him until he turned 21, provided he pay his mother £50 a year for the rest of her life. Mrs Hanna’s niece, Helena HILL, to receive a £50 legacy within 6 months of her death. By 1882, John Cawrse was a farmer at Smithfield Application 19310

CAWRSE, William farmer Woolsheds, Wasleys and CAWRSE, John farmer Penfield, executors in the estate of the late James Hanne Cawrse farmer Penfield. George Cawrse farmer Penfield also mentioned 1895 Application 23026

CAWTHORNE, Charles Wittowitto bookseller and stationer Adelaide. He leased premises in the YMCA Building basement in Grenfell St 1884 Memorial 130/362

CAWTHORNE, Leslie Edward clerk Millswood 1911 Application 25983

No 1

CAWTHORNE, William Anderson agent Adelaide 1880 Application 18236

CAWTHORNE, William Anderson Secretary to the National Building and Investment Society 1878 Application 25629

CAWTHORNE, William Anderson Secretary to the National Building and Investment Society on the Permanent Principle Adelaide 1890 Application 21829

CAXTON, William Denton agent Kensington 1859 Memorial 75/158

CAYLEY, James Alfred of Glen Osmond 1860 Memorial 36/162

CAYTON, Violet Lilian married woman 16 Quebec St, Pt Adelaide 1948, declared that she was born on 21/12/1907 at Cannon St, Pt Adelaide. Aged 6 weeks, she went with her parents, John and Matilda HANNAFORD, to live at 16 Quebec St, Pt Adelaide, a two-storeyed tenement, where she had lived ever since. In 1907 and until her death on 9/3/1939, the building belonged to Emily Edith BURGE wife of Henry Meshach Burge of 18 Quebec St, Pt Adelaide. Leonard Charles Hannaford of Pt Adelaide was a brother of Mrs Cayton. This block of 2-storeyed homes in Quebec St known as Burge's Row until at least the late 1940s Application 28574

CAYME, Robert William gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 491/63

No 1

CHACE, William stockkeeper Booborowie 1850 Memorial 60/21

CHACE, William stockholder Booborowie near Burra 1852 Memorial 295/42.

CHACE, William stockman Wilpena 1852 Memorial 332/41

CHACE (not CHASE), William formerly stockman Wilpena Station 1851 but now farmer Gumbowie Yorke Peninsula 1873 Application 12575

CHACE, William farmer Little Para 1866 Memorial 195/208

CHACE, William farmer Munno Para East 1866 Memorial 241/210

CHACE, Marion widow Yorke Peninsula 1879 Memorial 118/317

CHACE, Marion widow One Tree Hill 1880 Memorial 247/323

CHACE, Marion widow formerly of Yorke Peninsula but now of One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1881 Memorial 72/328

No 1

CHADDOCK, William carpenter & joiner Pt Adelaide 1850[-1857] Memorials 132/28 & 36/114

CHADDOCK, William formerly carpenter 1850 but now joiner Pt Adelaide 1863 Application 4759

CHADWICK, George mason Mintaro 1858 Memorial 263/132

No 1

CHADWICK, James gentleman North Tce, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 209/36.

CHADWICK, James draper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 8/64

CHADWICK, James warehouseman Adelaide (South Tce) 1863 Application 4475

CHADWICK, James warehouseman Norwood 1870 Memorial 6/247

CHADWICK, James formerly warehouseman Norwood 1870 but now gentleman Walkerville 1874 Application 14022

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CHADWICK, Samuel farmer Portland Estate 1884 Memorial 149/360

CHADWICK, Samuel farmer near Mannum 1885 Memorial 234/368

No 1

CHAFFER, James wheelwright Noarlunga 1853[-1854] Memorial 136/46

CHAFFER, James wheelwright formerly of Noarlunga but now of Mt Mulligul Vic 1857 Memorial 272/115

No 2

CHAFFER, James carpenter Morphett Vale 1880 Memorial 3/334

CHAFFER, Mary Ann of Morphett Vale 1883 Memorial 102/353

No 1

CHAFFEY, WB secretary of FERGUSON & Chaffey Ltd of Benalan Vineyards, McLaren Vale 1948 Memorial 176/522

CHAFFEY, William Benjamin company secretary McLaren Vale Secretary to FERGUSON & Chaffey Ltd, of Benalan Vineyards, McClaren Vale 1949 Application 28664

CHALIEN, George mason North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 153/19

CHAIRING, RL law clerk Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 64/335

No 1

CHALK, Charles John farmer Brighton 1872[-1878] Memorial 161/260

CHALK, Charles John gardener Blackwood 1891 Memorial 131/406

CHALK, Charles John gardener formerly of Blackwood but now of Goodwood South 1893 Memorial 222/419

CHALK, Charles John gardener of no recorded address 1911 Memorial 243/464

CHALK, Charles John farmer near Edwardstown 1917 Application 26576

No 1

CHALK, Thomas dairyman formerly of Magill, but now of Adelaide 1847 Memorial 403/8

CHALK, Thomas died c1853. By 1890, his wife and 3 children were disposed thus: Grace Chalk widow Goodwood Park, Mary Bickle GREER widow Goodwood Park daughter) Thomas William Chalk of The Sturt and Charles John Chalk gardener Blackwood Memorial 130/406

CHALK, Grace widow Adelaide 1855 Memorial 281/80

CHALK, Grace widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Goodwood Park 1890 Memorial 66/407

CHALK, Grace widow Albert St, Goodwood Park, died 27/5/1891. Personal estate worth £60. Mother of Charles John Chalk and Mary Bickle GREER. Grandmother of Grace Jane Chalk and Thomas William Chalk Memorial 100/409

CHALK, Grace widow Albert St, Goodwood Park, died 26/5/1891. Her son, Thomas William Chalk the Elder farmer The Sturt, died 9/8/1927. His wife, Mary Jane Chalk, died 23/5/1923, of senility and cerebral haemorrhage, aged 87 (Born Redruth, Cornwall, England. To SA 68 years ago. Married at 21 - 6 sons and 3 daughters living; 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased). They were the parents of 10 children - Thomas William Chalk the Younger born 28/1/1858 died 15/7/1859; Grace Jane Chalk born 9/5/1859 spinster Westbourne Park 1928; Charles Alfred Chalk born 5/6/1861 draper's assistant 12 Chelmsford Ave, Millswood Estate 1928; Mary Carter HAMBLIN nee Chalk born 2/3/1864 married woman Hawthorn 1928; William Andrew Chalk born 19/11/1866 of St Peters 1928; Fanny Amelia Chalk born 16/11/1869 died 19/10/1891 spinster The Sturt; Ada Orinda Chalk born 9/4/1872 spinster Westbourne Park; Thomas Albert Chalk born 5/6/1874 died 17/12/1907 cabinetmaker The Sturt; Harry Chalk born 1/12/1875 died 29/7/1880; George Edward Chalk born 26/10/1878 died 28/5/1904 cabinetmaker The Sturt 1928 Application 27700

No 1

CHALK, Thomas William yeoman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 450/99

CHALK, Thomas William licensed victualler Adelaide 1857. 7-year lease of the Farrier's Arms Hotel, Sturt River at £1/5/- for year 1 and £80 a year for the remainder Memorial 55/120

CHALK, Thomas William licensed victualler The Sturt 1859 Memorial 97/156

CHALK, Thomas William butcher Darlington 1860 Memorial 86/170

CHALK, Thomas William formerly butcher but now farmer of The Sturt 1864 Application 4908

CHALK, Thomas William formerly yeoman Adelaide 1856 but now farmer The Sturt 1872 Application 12426

CHALK, Thomas William gentleman Clarence Park 1910 Application 25885

No 1

CHALKER, Frederick George farmer Hundred of Bundey 1885 Memorial 203/371

CHALKER, Frederick George the Younger of the Hundred of Schomburgk 1889 Memorial 198/400

CHALKER, Job gardener Angaston 1862 Application 2882

CHALKER, William builder Adelaide 1855 Memorial 180/100

No 1

CHALKLEN, George licensed victualler Milang 1859[-1865] Memorial 86/157

CHALKLEN, George licensed victualler Milang, died c1870. Husband of Jemima Chalklen Memorial 161/497

CHALKLEN, Jemima widow Milang 1870. Relict of the late George Chalklen licensed victualler Milang Application 10915

CHALKLEN, Jemima widow Milang, died 14/7/1899. Mother of Emma SWANNELL nee Chalklen, Laura Caroline LIPSON nee Chalklen (of Milang), George William Chalklen (he had died by 1899; his widow mentioned as Bridget Ann Chalklen) and Thomas Richard Chalklen ironmonger Pt Augusta. Grandmother of Gertrude Emma Swannell and Helena Mary Swannell Memorial 80/439

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CHALKLEN, George W agent Morgan 1882 Memorial 40/339

CHALKLEN, George William agent Morgan trustee cemetery Morgan 1883 Grant Book 18 Page 20 County Eyre

CHALKLEN, George William clerk Colonel Light Gardens 1926 Memorial 158/497

No 1

CHALKLEN, Richard Thomas tallow chandler Adelaide 1856[-1870] Memorial 327/108

CHALKLEN, Richard Thomas of Adelaide 1859 Memorial 28/157

CHALLEN, Charles Stuart labourer Kadina. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 14 Page 21 County Daly

CHALLEN, Ellen widow Gawler 1865 Application 6343

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CHALLEN, Philip blacksmith Gawler 1892 Application 22405

CHALLEN, Philip Alexander blacksmith Gawler 1887 Application 21213

No 1

CHALLEN, William tailor Adelaide 1843 Memorial 153/154

CHALLEN, William tailor Adelaide 1846 Memorial 63/59

CHALLEN, William tailor Adelaide 1846 Application 19258

CHALLENS, James farmer Black Hill nr Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 28 County Adelaide

CHALLINDER, Albert Bowen labourer Melbourne Place, Alberton. Trustee Pt Adelaide Workingmen's Association 1929 Memorial 147/502

CHALLINGER, Benjamin shoemaker Melrose 1866[-1868] Memorial 195/215

No 1

CHALLINGER, Samuel farmer near Melrose 1881[-1901] Memorial 141/334

CHALLINGER, Samuel farmer near Melrose Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1881 Grant Book 23 Page 50 County Frome

CHALLINOR, Helen spinster North Adelaide 1847 Memorial 100/10

No 1

CHALLIS, William blacksmith Venus Bay Hundred of Warrow land grant 1878[-1882] Grant Book 21 Page 153 County Flinders

CHALLIS, William farmer Hundred of Warrow trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Warrow land grant 1882 Grant Book 21 Page 156 County Flinders

No 1

CHALLONER, Thomas farmer Richmond 1851 Memorial 930/35.

CHALLONER, Thomas farmer Richmond 1854 Memorial 346/77

CHALLONER, Thomas (no description), died c1856. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Challoner, in trust for life, then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to Joseph Challoner and Michael JONES both of Liverpool, Lancs, England Memorial 52/102

CHALLONER, Thomas gentleman Adelaide died. He left his estate to his wife, Mary Challoner, in trust for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to Michael JONES and Joseph CHALLONER both of Liverpool, Lancs, England. M Jones appointed John Tuthill BAGOT barrister Adelaide, his attorney to look after his entitlement in the estate 15/4/1857 Deposit 85/1887

CHALLONER, Mary widow Hawdon St, Adelaide, died 11/5/1875, of chronic hepatitis, and diarrhoea, aged 59 Application 24018

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHALLONER, William Henry accountant Burra Mine 1859 Memorial 326/157

CHALLONER, William Henry gentleman Kooringa 1864[-1865] Memorial 86/196

CHALLONER, William H the Younger of the Burra Burra Mine 1870[-1871] Memorial 176/244

CHALLONER, William Henry formerly Manager of the Burra Burra Mines, but late of 14 Oxford St, Newcastle upon Tyne, England died 28/10/1875. He left his estate to his brother, John Sadler Challoner stock and sharebroker Newcastle upon Tyne, and his nephew John Dixon challoner stock and sharebroker Angles Road, Streatham Hill, Surrey, England. Sir Henry Ayers appointed to settle the SA property Deposit 10/1872

CHALLONS, George William teamster Magill 1876 Memorial 34/289

No 1

CHALLONS/CHALLENS, James farmer Magill 1853[-1856] Memorial 432/54

CHALLENS/CHALLONS, James farmer Black Hill Hundred of Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 199/85

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

CHALLIS, William farmer Warrow 1888 Memorial 3/392

CHALLIS, William farmer Hundred of Ulipa, died c1890. Husband of Annie Challis Memorial 44/406

CHALMERS, Andrew surgeon Mt Barker 1856[-1858] Memorial 51/109

CHALMERS, Andrew surgeon Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 205/126

CHALMERS, Andrew surgeon Mt Barker had become a bankrupt by 1864 Application 5845

No 1

CHALMERS, Charles and David farmers Golden Gully near Petersburg 1893 Memorial 69/416

CHALMERS, Charles farmer Golden Valley Petersburg 1895 Memorial 73/426

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CHALMERS, David farmer Coonatto 1883 Memorial 88/347

CHALMERS, David farmer Koolunga 1885 Memorial 51/371

CHALMERS, David farmer Golden Gully near Petersburg, died 13/8/1893 intestate. Letters of administration to Charles Chalmers farmer Golden Gully to settle the estate Memorial 241/421

No 1

CHALMERS, George labourer Happy Valley 1864 Application 5544

No 2

CHALMERS, George clerk to Messrs FENN & HARDY solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 119/347

No 1

CHALMERS, James farmer Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 322 County Stanley

CHALMERS, James of Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1883 Grant Book 55 Page 191 County Stanley

CHALMERS, James farmer Koolunga had died by 1897. Father of James Allan Chalmers and Wallace Chalmers farmers Koolunga Memorial 124/431

No 2

CHALMERS, James farmer Johnburgh trustee Methodist Church Johnburgh 1925 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

CHALWIN, Thomas veterinary surgeon Adelaide 1883 Application 19593

CHAMBERLAIN, Alfred carpenter Kapunda, died c1867. He left his entire estate to his wife, Frances Chamberlain Memorial 248/221

CHAMBERLAIN, Ambrose farmer Woodside 1905 Application 25084

CHAMBERLAIN, Andrew George farmer Kersbrook 1904 Memorial 160/451

No 1

CHAMBERLAIN, Charles gardener North Adelaide 1847[-1848] Memorial 408/7

CHAMBERLAIN, Charles formerly gardener now lime burner Adelaide 1850 Memorials 188/28 &18/32

CHAMBERLAIN, Charles lime burner Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 266/41 Lime burner Hackney 1853[-1859] Memorial 381/48

CHAMBERLAIN, Charles gentleman Hackney 1860. He could not write Application 1585

CHAMBERLAIN, Charles gardener Hackney 1862[-1866] Memorial 282/184

CHAMBERLAIN, Charles of Hackney declared insolvent on 9/10/1867 Application 23389

CHAMBERLAIN, Charles formerly gentleman Hackney but now an imprisoned debtor 1873 Memorial 179/267

No 2 – Perhaps a continuation of No 1

CHAMBERLAIN, Charles gardener Adelaide Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

No 1

CHAMBERLAIN, David farmer Section 4038 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1853 Memorial 331/47

CHAMBERLAIN, David farmer near Woodside 1858 Memorial 263/152

CHAMBERLAIN, David farmer Norwood 1854 Linked with William Chamberlain farmer Section 4038 Hundred of Onkaparinga Memorial 173/70

No 1

CHAMBERLAIN, Ephraim labourer Blakiston 1855 Memorial 156/90

CHAMBERLAIN, Ephraim baker Mt Barker 1866 Memorial 193/217

CHAMBERLAIN, Godfrey Francis plumber Adelaide 1847 Memorial 277/10

No 1

CHAMBERLAIN, James labourer Happy Valley 1851 Memorial 461/31

CHAMBERLAIN, James labourer formerly of Happy Valley but now of O'Halloran Hill 1853 Memorial 473/48

No 1

CHAMBERLAIN, John glass and lead merchant Adelaide1842 Memorial 273/1

CHAMBERLAIN, John plumber and glazier Adelaide 1843[-1846] Memorial 246/172

CHAMBERLAIN, John plumber and glazier formerly of Adelaide (Hindley St) but now of Section 332 Survey B 1853 Memorial 145/53

CHAMBERLAIN, John glass manufacturer formerly of North Adelaide but now of the North Road near North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 493/81

CHAMBERLAIN, John Esquire Pine Forest 1851 Memorial 150/73

CHAMBERLAIN, John gentleman Pine Forest near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 484/41

CHAMBERLAIN, John Central Board of Main Roads Commissioner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 100/44

CHAMBERLAIN, John farmer Highgate Farm near Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 483/44

CHAMBERLAIN, John Esquire North Road, South Australia, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Samuel Reginald HALL plumber and glazier Adelaide and George GREEN land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/2/1855. On 20/2/1858, SR Hall now in Melbourne and George Green about to depart from SA as well; power of attorney to William WADHAM land agent Adelaide Deposit 268/OA

CHAMBERLAIN, John Esquire formerly of Enfield but at present in parts beyond the seas 1855 Memorial 249/92

CHAMBERLAIN, John Esquire formerly of the North Road but now of parts beyond the seas 1855[-1858] Memorial 444/93

CHAMBERLAIN, John Esquire formerly of the Pine Forest but now in parts beyond the seas 1873 Memorial 1/269

No 2

CHAMBERLAIN, John railway porter Kapunda 1876 Application 15588

CHAMBERLAIN, Robert gardener Kersbrook 1926 Memorial 32/495

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHAMBERLAIN, Robert Augustus [the Elder] gentleman Pine Forest 1850 Memorial 292/27

CHAMBERLAIN, Robert Augustus the Younger gentleman Highgate 1850[-1853] Memorial 65/21

CHAMBERLAIN, Robert Augustus the Younger formerly gentleman Highgate 1850 but now of Nine Mile Creek, Ovens District Vic 1872 Application 12105

No 1 – probably husband of Harriet nee Roberts

CHAMBERLAIN, William farmer Balhannah 1860 Application 1149

CHAMBERLAIN, William farmer Appila. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Wirrabara. Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

CHAMBERLAIN, William farmer Wirrabara. Trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Appila land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 493 County Frome

CHAMBERLAIN, William farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Appila land grant 1879[-1882] Grant Book 24 Page 498 County Frome

CHAMBERLAIN, William farmer Wirrabara. Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 499 County Frome

CHAMBERLAIN, William farmer Appila. Hundred of Appila land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 511 County Frome

No 2

CHAMBERLAIN, William mixed farmer near Gawler 1929[-1930] Memorial 140/501

No 1

CHAMBERLAIN, William James farmer Kersbrook. Hundred of Para Wirra Co Adelaide 1886[-1899] Memorial 114/376

CHAMBERLAIN, William James farmer Kersbrook 1908 Application 25424

CHAMBERLAYNE, Thomas Cecil civil servant Unley 1899 Application 23799

CHAMBERS, Agnes May widow Prospect 1910[-1912] Memorial 238/462

CHAMBERS, Alfred farmer Hundred of Wonna Co Kimberley 1896 Memorial 224/427

CHAMBERS, Alfred Ocean manufacturer Adelaide 1881[-1884] Memorial 72/333

CHAMBERS, Benjamin farmer Sturt River Valley near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 220/10

CHAMBERS, Catherine spinster North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 110/217

No 1

CHAMBERS, Charles of Gilles St, Adelaide linked with John Chambers of Currie St, Adelaide 1875 Memorial 234/300

CHAMBERS, Charles sheep farmer Brumbago, died 24/6/1877. Husband of Mary Jane Chambers Memorial 89/302

CHAMBERS, Mary Jane widow [of the late Charles Chambers] Cobham near Morphettville 1894[-1906]. Daughter of the late Frederick RANSFORD no descripton Memorial 39/422

No 1

CHAMBERS, CR of Unley Park 1900 Memorial 227/439

CHAMBERS, C Redin of 41 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1908 Memorial 23/460

CHAMBERS, Charles Redin manufacturer Adelaide and John Chambers farmer Wasleys 1910 Memorial 234/463

CHAMBERS, Charles Redin merchant Adelaide 1911 Memorial 169/465

CHAMBERS, Charles Redin manufacturer Adelaide linked with William Chambers brewer Adelaide 1912 Memorial 121/476

No 1

CHAMBERS, Henry surgeon Nairne 1846[-1850] Memorial 283/129

CHAMBERS, Henry surgeon Burra Burra Mine 1851 He bought Thomas Hoskin’s home at Nairne Memorial 305/35

Surgeon formerly of Kooringa but now of Pt Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 203/75

CHAMBERS, Henry Esquire formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Geelong Vic 1859 Memorial 232/154

No 2

CHAMBERS, Henry surgeon Saddleworth 1876 Memorial 82/297

No 3

CHAMBERS, Henry gentleman Coleraine Vic Hundred of Bowaka land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 52 County Robe

No 1

CHAMBERS, Hugh of Currie St, Adelaide 1877 Application 15911

CHAMBERS, Hugh auctioneer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 18/345

CHAMBERS, Hugh auctioneer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1884 Memorial 164/357

No 1

CHAMBERS, Jacob cabinetmaker Robe 1853[-1856] Memorial 91/69

CHAMBERS, Jacob carpenter Guichen Bay 1856[-1861] Memorial 154/102

CHAMBERS, Jacob carpenter Robe 1861 Memorial 77/171

CHAMBERS, Jacob near Robe 1867 Memorial 202/220

CHAMBERS, Jacob innkeeper near Robe 1869 Memorial 113/240

CHAMBERS, Jacob contractor Robe Pt Moorowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 363 County Fergusson

CHAMBERS, Jacob cabinetmaker Robe Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 307 County Grey

CHAMBERS, Jacob farmer Robe 1880[-1894] Memorial 128/326

CHAMBERS, Jacob farmer Robe and Sarah Ann Chambers his wife 1895 Memorial 214/423

CHAMBERS, JG publican Robe 1886 Memorial 193/379

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

CHAMBERS, James livery stable keeper Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1840 Application 19845

CHAMBERS, James livery stable keeper Adelaide 1842[-1849] Memorial 383/1

Livery stable keeper Adelaide (Morphett St) 1847 Memorial 93/8

Of Hindley St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 414/74

CHAMBERS, James of Hindley St Adelaide. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 100 County Adelaide

CHAMBERS, James livery stable keeper Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 63 County Adelaide

CHAMBERS, James mail contractor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 5/48

CHAMBERS, James Esquire formerly of Adelaide but at present in parts beyond the seas 1856 Memorial 406/99

CHAMBERS, James stockholder Adelaide. Hundred of Noarlunga land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 132 County Adelaide

CHAMBERS, James stockholder Adelaide 1859 He sold the Sheaoak Log Inn 'situated to the east of Walker Creek' to Jacob HART stockholder The Murray for £2,000 Memorial 282/154

CHAMBERS, James sheep farmer Adelaide, Elizabeth NEWMAN widow North Adelaide, and Hugh Chambers, Catherine Chambers, and Anna Chambers infants under the age of 21 North Adelaide, all children of the late James Chambers formerly sheep farmer Adelaide but now deceased 1864 Memorial 45/200

No 2

CHAMBERS, James labourer O’Halloran Hill 1858 Application 2801

CHAMBERS, James Lindsay Town Clerk Clare 1955, declared that he had been Town Clerk since July 1954 Application 29116

No 1

CHAMBERS, John yeoman Adelaide (Flinders St) 1840 Application 19845

CHAMBERS, John farmer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 455/1

CHAMBERS, John stockholder Adelaide 1847[-1869] Memorial 337/74

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

CHAMBERS, John livery stable keeper Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

CHAMBERS, John sheep farmer Richmond 1867 Memorial 213/218

CHAMBERS, John gentleman South Richmond West Torrens District 1870 Memorial 193/249

CHAMBERS, John gentleman Adelaide purchased allotments at Richmond 1887 Memorial 165/385

CHAMBERS, John Esquire South Richmond, died c1889. Husband of Mary Chambers. Father of William Chambers one of the executors and Fanny WEAVER. House and land at South Richmond and 'an old cottage at Glenelg', amongst other real estate. Mary Chambers to have the right to live in these properties in trust rent free for life. Fanny Weaver had the right to live in trust for life in the cottage at Glenelg if her mother did not wish to use the residence. Excutors and trustees - William Chambers, Frederick James BLADES no description and John FORMBY shipping agent Pt Adeaide Memorial 16/400

CHAMBERS, John and Mary of North Adelaide (now deceased); their family as at 1900, Fanny Weaver wife of Alfred Francis Weaver gentleman Glenelg, Priscilla SIMMS wife of Alfred SIMMS gentleman North Adelaide, and Ellen LUCAS, wife of Alfred Robert Blockley Lucas merchant Adelaide, Application 24018

No 3

CHAMBERS, John stockholder Sturt Valley 1848[-1849] Memorial 21/15

CHAMBERS, John farmer Cherry Gardens 1849[-1868] Memorial 122/17

No 4

CHAMBERS, John blacksmith Mt Barker 1847 Memorial 367/10

No 5 - perhaps a continuation of No 4

CHAMBERS, John blacksmith Adelaide 1848 Memorial 176/21

CHAMBERS, John formerly of Adelaide but now of Bendigo Vic 1854 Memorial 404/63

No 6 – perhaps the same person

CHAMBERS, John blacksmith Willunga 1855 Memorial 259/92

CHAMBERS, John blacksmith Aldinga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

No 7

CHAMBERS, John clerk to Robert MOLESWORTH solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1852 Memorial 218/44

Clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 433/48

No 8

CHAMBERS, John farmer Alma. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 235 County Gawler

CHAMBERS, John farmer Dalkey.s Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 245 County Gawler

No 9

CHAMBERS, John lime burner Hay Valley near Nairne 1883 Memorial 23/349

CHAMBERS, John farmer Nairne. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1884[-1885] Application 20405

CHAMBERS, John limeburner Nairne. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Nairne 1886 Application 20893

No 10

CHAMBERS, John labourer Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 45 County Carnarvon

No 11

CHAMBERS, John dairyman Crafers 1903 Application 24661

No 1

CHAMBERS, Joseph brickmaker Hindmarsh 1847[-1854] Memorial 228/8

CHAMBERS, Joseph labourer Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 17/28

CHAMBERS, Joseph the Elder 23 married Susannah SMITH (no age given) in December 1833 Hampton, Glos, England. 12 children of the marriage. The family emigrated to SA c1843 and then to Vic c1856, where Joseph Chambers farmer Newington, died 24/8/1862 intestate, of obstruction of the bowels, aged 51. His eldest son, Henry Smith Chambers of Clunes near Ballarat, inherited as heir at law. Family - Lydia and Leonard Chambers dead, Henry 22, Martha 20, Susannah 18, Lydia dead, Joseph the Younger15, Charles 13, Priscilla dead, Priscilla 7 (ages in 1862). A block of land to dispose of in Hindmarsh after Joseph Chambers the Elder died. Joseph Chambers Elder had been a brickmaker in Osmond St, Hindmarsh in SA. His widow, Susannah Chambers, remarried to Edmud FAIRIES fisherman Barwon Heads near Geelong Vic Application 8579

CHAMBERS, Joseph brickmaker Hindmarsh 1847. He had died by 1867. His eldest son, Henry Smith Chambers of Clunes near Ballarat Vic, came to Adelaide to sell his father's real estate Application 8579

No 2

CHAMBERS, Joseph farmer Robe 1880 Application 18306

CHAMBERS, Mary Jane widow Cobham near Morphettville 1899 Application 23826

No 1

CHAMBERS, Moses farm labourer Willunga 1852 Memorial 432/42

CHAMBERS, Moses farmer Willowie trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pinda land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

CHAMBERS, Moses farmer Willowie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Willowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

CHAMBERS, Moses farmer Willunga Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 741 County Frome

CHAMBERS, Oliver Cromwell of the Hundred of Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 31 Page 228 County Grey

CHAMBERS, Robert printer Port Bridge 1902 Application 24475

CHAMBERS, Robert Richard farmer Currency Creek 1870 Memorial 195/246

CHAMBERS, Rowland farmer near Mt Gambier 1872[-1874] Memorial 29/265

No 1

CHAMBERS, SH land agent Adelaide (Pirie St) 1912 Memorial 169/466

CHAMBERS, Stuart Hamford formerly land agent Prospect but now licensed land broker College Park linked with Mina and Ruby Chambers spinsters Prospect 1925 Memorial 75/498

No 1

CHAMBERS, Thomas manager Nailsworth 1894 Memorial 47/420

CHAMBERS, Thomas manager Nailsworth. Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1894 Application 27786

No 1

CHAMBERS, Thomas Waterhouse storekeeper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 461/17

CHAMBERS, Thomas Waterhouse gentleman Adelaide 1859[-1864] Memorial 11/149

CHAMBERS, Thomas Waterhouse grocer Norwood, died 22/5/1869, of cerebral disease and congestion of the liver, aged 45 Application 10097

No 1

CHAMBERS, Walter farmer Hundred of Younghusband 1892 Memorial 185/413

CHAMBERS, Walter farmer Hundred of Younghusband trustee School Hundred of Younghusband land grant 1892 Grant Book 54 Page 157 County Russell

No 1

CHAMBERS, WD draper's assistant Elizabeth St, Norwood 1873 Memorial 233/264

CHAMBERS, Walter Dancey draper Adelaide 1886 Memorial 16/381

CHAMBERS, Walter Dancey gentleman formerly of Somerton but now of Belair 1898 Memorial 123/435

CHAMBERS, Walter Dancey gentleman Somerton 1914, declared that he had been a partner in John Martin & Co retail drapers Rundle St, Adelaide during 1873 Application 26303

No 1 - probably the same person

CHAMBERS, William and Frederick James BLADES brewers Green Dragon Brewery Adelaide (South Tce) trading under the style or firm of Chambers & Blades, became bankrupts late in 1892. Assets included the freehold of the Sportsman Hotel, as well as the leasehold of the Sturt Arcade Hotel, the Dolphin Hotel, the Earl of Aberdeen Hotel, the Green Dragon Hotel, and the Southern Cross Hotel, all in Adelaide, the Belair Hotel, Railway Hotel Pt Adelaide; also the lease of a shop next to the Galatea Hotel, as well as Railway House erected on Pt TA 684 South Tce, both in Adelaide Memorial 107/416

CHAMBERS, William brewer Unley Park and Clara Chambers his wife 1895 Application 23029

CHAMBERS, William gentleman Adelaide and Clara Chambers his wife 1913 Application 26187

CHAMBERS, William Joseph contractor Victoria Park. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1909 Grant Book 2 Page 18 County Adelaide

CHAMINGS, James Snell restaurant keeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1903 Memorial 149/448

Husband of Elizabeth Shingler Chamings nee TEECE 1908 Memorial 197/460

CHAMINGS, Richard licensed victualler Black Forest 1853 Memorial 98/56

CHAMINGS, Roy Snell secretary to Geo HALL & Sons Ltd 51 Edward St, Norwood 1948 Application 28616

CHAMPION, A agent Adelaide 1908 Memorial 44/460

No 1

CHAMPION, Alfred yeoman Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 343/116

CHAMPION, Alfred carrier Mt Barker 1867 Application 8353

CHAMPION, Alfred formerly yeoman but then carrier Mt Barker by 1867[-1880] Application 8353

No 1

CHAMPION, Arthur Hammerton clerk in holy orders Watson Bay NSW 1909 Memorial 46/462

CHAMPION, Arthur Hammerton clerk in holy orders formerly of Watson Bay NSW but now of Canberra NSW 1910 Memorial 211/462

CHAMPION, Bessie spinster formerly of Glenelg but now of Hyde Park 1926 Application 27477

No 1

CHAMPION, Francis Henry tallow chandler Bowden 1861[-1864] Memorial 152/179

CHAMPION, Francis Henry candlemaker Bowden 1871 Application 11211

CHAMPION, Francis Henry candle maker Thebarton 1872[-1873] Memorial 64/263, Application 12573

CHAMPION, Francis Henry tailor Thebarton 1873 Memorial 193/266

CHAMPION, Francis Henry tallow chandler Hindmarsh 1893 Memorial 23/417

CHAMPION, Francis Henry tallow chandler Hindmarsh 1901 Application 24143

CHAMPION, Francis Henry tallow chandler Hindmarsh, died 29/3/1902. He had two daughters - Anne Foord Cornish DOBBIE no description and Emma Jane BARTON married woman formerly of Bowden now of Fremantle WA 1902 Application 27078

CHAMPION, Harry farmer Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1924 Grant Book 2 Page 105 County Adelaide

No 1

CHAMPION, James cordwainer Adelaide 1859[-1861] Memorial 109/151

CHAMPION, James cordwainer formerly of Adelaide 1859 but now of Stepney 1868 Application 9274

No 1

CHAMPION, James agent Adelaide 1875, son of the late Richard Champion formerly tallow chandler Bowden Application 14101

CHAMPION, James Banfield of Adelaide 1877 Memorial 2/306

CHAMPION, JB agent Stepney 1880 Application 18205

CHAMPION, James Banfield agent Adelaide (King William St) 1888[-1895] Memorial 31/391

CHAMPION, James Banfield out of business Glenelg, died 21/11/1916. Father of Alfred Champion land agent Unley Park and Bessie Champion spinster Glenelg. JB Champion owned two shops with houses on Jetty Road, Glenelg Memorials 8 & 9/479

No 1

CHAMPION, Richard yeoman Mt Barker. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1854 Application 20405

CHAMPION, Richard yeoman Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 241/114

CHAMPION, Richard formerly yeoman Mt Barker but then storekeeper Morning Star Hotel Wistow, became a bankrupt in 1864 Application 7589

No 2

CHAMPION, Richard and Francis tallow chandlers Adelaide 1860 Application 1504

CHAMPION, Richard tallow chandler Bowden 1861[-1866] Memorial 327/176

CHAMPION, RJ clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1872 Memorial 168/260

CHAMPION, Thomas gentleman Unley 1877-1881 Application 26554

CHAMPION, Tom Balfour labourer Strathalbyn 1937 Memorial 171/511

No 1

CHAMPLAY, Robert formerly carrier Adelaide but then late gentleman Collingwood Vic, died c1856. His wife, Emily Champlay of Collingwood, inherited estate Memorial 134/112

CHAMPLAY, Robert gentleman Collingwood Vic, died c1854. He left his whole estate to his wife, Emily Champlay. Executors: Charles PRICE Minister of the Gospel and Daniel ROOM merchant both of Launceston VDL Memorial 269/105

CHAMPLAY, Robert gentleman Collingwood Vic. His whole estate to his wife, Emily Champlay. Executors: his wife, the Rev’d Charles PRICE and Daniel ROOM merchant both of Launceston, VDL. Will made 12/10/1854 Deposit 580/1856

CHAMPLAY, Robert formerly carrier Adelaide (from 1839) late gentleman Collingwood Vic, died 21/10/1854 Collingwood, of chronic disease of the stomach, aged 42. Born Askam Briam, Yorks, England. 16 years in Australia (by 1856). He married in Adelaide, aged 28. No family. His whole estate left to his wife, Emily Champlay. The Champlays had owned the 5-acre Lot 60 of Section 413 Survey B, part of a sub-division on Sections 401 407, 408, 413 Survey B, which EC GWYNNE, Henry GILES and George ALSTON had laid out during 1839, with money borrowed from certain people, including Robert CHAMPLAY. Application 3788

No 1

CHAMPNESS, John yeoman Adelaide 1839 Application 18961

CHAMPNESS, John butcher Noarlunga 1849 Memorial 343/15

CHAMPNESS, John 34 widower butcher Noarlunga married Catherine nee HARRIS 19 spinster on 15/10/1851 St Stephen's Willunga. Witnesses: Henry and Mary Ann HARRIS. John Champness died 10/12/1853 Noarlunga intestate. His only child, John Henry Champness storekeeper Noarlunga, born 9/4/1853 Noarlunga, inherited his estate. Mrs Champness later remarried to John BEVIS butcher Noarlunga Application 16947

No 1

CHAMPNESS, John Henry storekeeper Noarlunga 1881 Memorial 185/334

CHAMPNESS, John Henry storekeeper Noarlunga 1878, a son of the late John Champness formerly butcher Noarlunga but now deceased Application 16947

CHAMPNESS, John Henry formerly storekeeper Noarlunga but now sheep farmer Yarrock parish of Lowan Vic 1891 Memorial 157/411

CHAMPNESS, John Henry formerly storekeeper Noarlunga but now grazier Yarrock near Kaniva Vic 1894 Memorial 117/420

CHAMPNESS, John Henry grazier Yarrock near Kaniva 1901, well knew Noarlunga, where his aunt, Annie HARRIS, had a school in a cottage in the 1850s. He went to her school for a year c1856. Miss Harris later married a Mr THOMPSON, but widowed by 1878. JH Champness had been a storekeeper in Noarlunga. His mother and his children lived with him in the cottage between 1878-1885 Application 24163

CHAMPNESS, John Henry grazier [formerly of Yarrock Vic but now] of Kent Town 1910 Memorial 183/462

CHANCE, Edward merchant 2 Coleman St Buildings, and 47 Moorgate St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Arthur HARDY Solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 2/10/1858. Died 4/11/1866 Brighton, Sussex, England, aged 74. Buried at Birmingham C of E Cemetery. Executors George and William Edward Chance, sons of Edward Chance’s late brother George Chance. Estate worth £1,500; land at Currency Creek and Goolwa. Estate to various members of his family, including his sister-in-law, Cordelia Maria Chance. Nephew George Chance was a Stipendiary Magistrate of the Metropolitan Police Courts, living at 1 Essex Court, Temple, London Deposits 28/1860 and 58/1868

No 1

CHANCE, William gardener Adelaide 1843 Memorial 367/2

CHANCE, William gardener Adelaide 1843 Application 17400

CHANCE, William gardener Adelaide late 1850 Memorial 84/29

CHANCE, William gardener Unley 1850[-1870] Memorial 56/20

CHANCE, William nurseryman Unley 1857 Memorial 117/118

CHANCE, William nurseryman Unley Road 1868 Memorial 15/232

No 2

CHANCE, William farmer Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 18/133

No 1

CHANCE, William Alfred gardener Unley 1870[-1874] Memorial 186/249

CHANCE, William Alfred gentleman Parkside 1881[-1883] Memorial 232/332

CHANCE, William Alfred gentleman Parkside, about to leave the said province for a time, power of attorney to William Charles TAYLOR compositor Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 13/7/1881 Deposit 38/1882

CHANCE, William Alfred gardener formerly of Unley but now of Stirling 1883 Application 19714

CHANCE, William Alfred gentleman formerly of Parkside but now of Stirling East 1884[-1896] Memorial 210/361

CHANCE, William Alfred formerly gardener Parkside but now gentleman Stirling East 1884 Application 20243

CHANCE, William Alfred gentleman formerly of Parkside but now of Stirling East 1885 Application 20472

No 1

CHANCELLOR, William labourer Queenstown 1860 Memorial 127/166

CHANCELLOR, William labourer Tapley Hill 1862 Memorial 106/186

CHANCELLOR, William labourer Adelaide 1864 Memorial 120/200

CHANDLER, Arthur farmer Wallaroo 1886 Memorial 39/374

No 1

CHANDLER, Charles shepherd Hurtle Vale 1840 Application 27209

CHANDLER, Charles sheep farmer Chandler’s Hill Hundred of Noarlunga Co Adelaide 1850 Memorial 100/28

CHANDLER, Charles farmer Happy Valley 1851. His address given as Chandler Hill near Happy Vally by 1876 Application 15291

CHANDLER, Charles farmer Chandler Hill near Clarendon, died 1878. He left various estate absolutely and in complicated trust to his unnamed wife, and children - William Chandler, Harriet BOWMAN (also her son Samuel Waller Bowman), Sarah HICKMAN, and Elizabeth COLLINS. Estate worth £1,000 Memorial 9/311

CHANDLER, Charles sheep farmer Chandler's Hill, died 20/8/1878. His estate worth £1,000. His wife called Sarah Chandler. A daughter called Harriet BOWMAN. Special provision in his will for his daughter-in-law, who should have the use of Section 557 if she survived her husband, until their youngest child reached 21. Charles Chandler's son, William Chandler farmer and wood carter Happy Valley was married to Elizabeth WATSON. William Chandler wood carter Happy Valley, died 7/3/1902, of morbus cordis, aged 71. His son, Charles William Chandler, was born 26/12/1853. He married Betsey nee HICKMAN. Their son, James Chandler, was born 10/12/1877, near Morphett Vale, where CW Chandler was a labourer. Charles William Chandler labourer Edithburgh, died 23/11/1920, of morbus cordis, aged 66. He married aged 20. 3 sons and 2 daughters living. 2 sons deceased. JC BARTRAM of Edithburgh was his son-in-law Application 27066

CHANDLER, Charles William labourer Edithburgh 1906[-1911] Memorial 51/456

CHANDLER, Edwin Charles farmer Hundred of Melville Co Fergusson 1883 Memorial 12/352

CHANDLER, Frederick draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1869 Memorial 75/243

No 1

CHANDLER, Henry licensed victualler Port Road 1850 Memorial 335/27

CHANDLER, Henry Old Half Way House Port Road 1851 Memorial 180/37

CHANDLER, Henry victualler Port Road 1852[-1855] Memorial 80/44

CHANDLER, Henry licensed victualler Halfway House, Port Road 1854 Memorial 230/63

CHANDLER, Henry formerly clerk Adelaide but now licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 132/106

CHANDLER, Henry formerly licensed victualler Port Road but now farmer Reedbeds 1857 Memorial 121/115

CHANDLER, Henry on the Wakefield River 1858 Memorial 244/139

CHANDLER, Henry licensed victualler Black Springs 1858[-1862] Memorial 264/151

CHANDLER, Henry carpenter Undalya 1864[-1866] Memorial 23/198

CHANDLER, Henry innkeeper Melrose Mt Remarkable 1868 Memorial 46/232

CHANDLER, Henry publican Port Road in the 1850w, later retired in Adelaide and died 16/3/1876. Father of Jack Charles Woods Chandler telegraph station master The Peake. JCW Chandler, apparently a bachelor, died 22/3/1884 Knightsbridge intestate. His brother, Joseph Chandler blacksmith formerly of Goodwood but now of Kilkenny 1894, took out letters of administration to finalise the £900 estate. Henry Chandler also had another son called Robert Chandler saddler Adelaide, who shared in his father's £100 estate. Executors were George HOWELL the Younger bookseller Adelaide and Charles Henry BROOKS no description Adelaide Application 22728

No 1

CHANDLER, Henry Hanforth licensed victualler Undalya 1866 Memorial 151/241 Formerly licenced victualler but now a bankrupt 1869 Memorial 152/241

CHANDLER, Henry Hanforth carpenter Rhynie 1875 Memorial 17/285

CHANDLER, Henry Hanforth of Laura 1889 Memorial 132/399

No 1

CHANDLER, Jack Charles Wood of Melrose 1876 Memorial 123/293

CHANDLER, Jack Charles Wood telegraphist The Peake 1881 Memorial 210/330

CHANDLER, Jack Charles Wood of Barron Creek 1877 brother of Joseph and Robert Chandler no description Memorial 228/361

CHANDLER, James motor driver Alberton 1921 Memorial 108/483, Application 26991

CHANDLER, John farmer Flaxman Valley Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 6 County Fergusson

CHANDLER, John Charles Woods telegraph stationmaster The Peake Johnburgh (Hundred of Oladdie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 336 County Dalhousie

No 1

CHANDLER, Joseph blacksmith Goodwood linked with Robert Chandler saddler formerly of Adelaide but now of Perth WA entitled to estate under the will of the late Jack Charles Woods Chandler now deceased 1892 Memorial 197/414

CHANDLER, Joseph blacksmith Goodwood 1892 Memorial 109/415

CHANDLER, Joseph blacksmith Goodwood and CHANDLER, Robert saddler formerly of Adelaide but now of Perth WA 1892, brothers and inheritors of the estate of JCW CHANDLER, who died 22/3/1884. Robert Chandler used to make periodic business visits into the interior behind Perth Application 23325

No 1

CHANDLER, Joseph labourer Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1903 Grant Book 58 Page 347 County Sturt

CHANDLER, Roy Donavan station manager Wellington, aged 35 years in 1952, declared that he had taken up employment with the late Mrs Margaret Hepburn BOWMAN of Poltalloch Station via Tailem Bend 22 years ago. He at last rose to become manager Application 28923

No 1

CHANDLER, TA clerk Adelaide 1893 Memorial 40/418

CHANDLER, TA clerk formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Pirie 1893 Memorial 86/418

CHANDLER, TA bank clerk Pt Pirie 1893 Memorial 230/417

CHANDLER, TA security clerk Union Bank of Australia Ltd Adelaide branch 1914 Memorial 162/471

No 1 - perhaps the same person; perhaps the Elder and the Younger

CHANDLER, William farmer The Onkaparinga 1848 Application 21373

CHANDLER, William wood carter O'Halloran Hill 1894 Application 22667

No 2

CHANDLER, William labourer Clare 1858[-1867]. Enrolment 46/46

CHANDLER, Susanna widow Clare 1873, linked with Alfred Chandler of Wallaroo and Arthur Chandler of Parkside Application 12711

CHANEY, Frederick Summerfield of Pt Adelaide, SA attorney of the English and Australian Copper Company Ltd 17 Gracechurch St, London 1917 Application 26589

No 1 - probably the same person

CHANNING, John mason Adelaide 1840 Application 20230

CHANNING, John plasterer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 58/14

CHANNING, John mason Adelaide 1850 Memorial 92/20

CHANNING, John builder and estate agent Adelaide 1856 Memorial 260/148

CHANNING, William Langworthy plasterer Adelaide 1840 Builder Adelaide 1843 Application 22362

CHANNON, Albert William tailor Pt Elliot 1924 Application 27237

No 1 - probably the same person

CHANNON, John customs house agent Alberton of the firm of Messrs Smith & Channon 1906 Memorial 237/456

CHANNON, John William customs house agent Alberton 1917 Memorial 165/475

No 1

CHANNON, Joseph clerk Queenstown Alberton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1900 Application 24042

CHANNON, Joseph clerk Queenstown 1900 Memorial 210/440

No 1

CHANNON, William clerk Portland Estate 1879 Memorial 49/314

CHANNON, William clerk Portland Estate 1879 Application 17287

No 1

CHANT, Henry boat builder Le Fevre Peninsula 1857[-1858] Memorial 93/171

CHANT, Henry boat builder formerly of Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 but now of Pt MacDonnell 1863 Application 4744

CHANT, Jabez landowner Auburn 1857 Memorial 18/135

CHANT, James of Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1880 Grant Book 30 Page 200 County Grey

No 1

CHANT, James Henry farmer Tantanoola Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 314 County Grey

CHANT, James Henry farmer Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 301 County Grey

CHANT, Mary Jane spinster Millicent [daughter of James Chant of Millicent] Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 235 County Grey

CHANT, Thomas landowner Auburn 1857[-1858] Memorial 24/135

No 1

CHANTER, John licensed victualler Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 9/57

CHANTER, John licensed victualler formerly of Walkerville but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 220/117

CHANTER, John farmer Kyneton Vic 1874 Memorial 225/278

CHANTER, William Dennis licensed victualler Truro 1867 Memorial 153/232

CHANTRILL, Frederick fisherman Pt Elliot 1913 Memorial 69/469

CHANTRILL, James yeoman Bowden 1852 Memorial 212/45

No 1

CHANTRILL, William plumber Bowden 1853 Memorial 281/64

CHANTRILL, William yeoman Bowden 1854 Memorial 285/65

CHANTRILL, William painter Pt Elliot 1859 Application 187

CHANY, Frederick Summerfield of Pt Adelaide 1913 Memorial 22/470

No 1

CHAPELL, Joseph miner formerly of Kadina but now of Allen Creek near kapunda and Caroline Chapell his wife formerly Caroline BUNNEY, linked with Caleb John Bunney farmer Allen Creek 1876 Memorial 15/288

CHAPELL, Joseph miner Allen Creek near Kapunda and Caroline Chapell his wife 1876 Memorial 171/301

No 1

CHAPLIN, Edward miller Mt Barker 1853[-1855] Memorial 62/53

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

CHAPLIN, Edward miller New Tiers 1855 [probably part Section 42 Hundred of Onkaparinga] Memorial 237/88

CHAPLIN, Edward formerly miller New Tiers but then miner Sandy Creek Vic 1858 Memorial 34/147

CHAPLIN, Edward miller formerly of the Old Tiers but now residing in Victoria 1860 Memorial 235/162

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CHAPLIN, Edwin not described leased Sections 2915 and 2880 whereabouts unknown [perhaps near Macclesfield?] to operate a business connected with lime kilns 1853 Memorial 226/67

CHAPLIN, Edwin farmer Cooke Plains Hundred of Seymour land grant 1878 Grant Book 54 Page 115 County Russell

CHAPLIN, Edwin of Cooke Plains 1879 Memorial 64/317

No 1

CHAPLIN, George coachman Mitcham 1862 Memorial 113/183

No 2

CHAPLIN, George civil servant North Adelaide and Edith Chaplin his wife 1905 Application 25047

CHAPLIN, James market gardener West Mitcham 1881 Application 18890

No 1

CHAPLIN, John quarryman West Mitcham 1877 Memorial 78/301

CHAPLIN, John quarryman West Mitcham 1877 Application 16309

CHAPLIN, John Herbert contractor Goolwa 1913. Husband of Blanche Chaplin Application 27707

CHAPLIN, Laurence gardener Scott Creek Hundred of Noarlunga and Alison Chaplin his wife 1938 Memorial 51/512

CHAPLIN, Newton carpenter Brompton 1851[-1853] Memorial 487/30

CHAPLIN, Patrick farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1911 Grant Book 13 Page 61 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CHAPLIN, Robert farmer Burnside 1857 Memorial 322/155

CHAPLIN, Robert farmer formerly of Burnside but now of Mitchalm 1863 Memorial 38/189

CHAPLIN, Robert farmer Franklin Harbour 1886 Memorial 18/377

No 1

CHAPMAN, Albert accountant Aldinga 1866 Memorial 318/209

CHAPMAN, Albert miller Aldinga 1866 Memorial 86/211

CHAPMAN, Alexander labourer Mt Barker 1890 Application 21899

No 1

CHAPMAN, Alfred farmer Underdale 1863[-1873] Memorial 94/188

No 2

CHAPMAN, Alfred upholsterer Kent Tce, Kent Town 1871 Application 11470

CHAPMAN, Alfred matress maker Kent Town 1878 Memorial 243/305

CHAPMAN, Alfred upholsterer Kent Town 1883 Memorial 148/352

CHAPMAN, Alfred matress maker Kent Town 1892 Memorial 107/413

No 3

CHAPMAN, Alfred builder Nairne Nairne Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Application 20893

No 1

CHAPMAN, Alfred George carpenter Adelaide (Gilles St) 1861 Memorial 103/172

CHAPMAN, Alfred George builder Adelaide 1875[-1879] Memorial 245/286

CHAPMAN, Alfred George builder Adelaide (Hutt St) 1876 Application 15309

CHAPMAN, Alfred George valuator Adelaide 1886 Application 20835

CHAPMAN, Alfred George agent Adelaide 1894 Memorial 65/423

CHAPMAN, Alfred George formerly agent but now plumber and metal worker Adelaide 1894 Memorial 82/423

CHAPMAN, Alfred Horsley company manager Adelaide 1913 Memorial 176/468

No 1

CHAPMAN, Alfred Stephen gentleman Kent Town 1866 Memorial 161/213

CHAPMAN, Alfred Stephen merchant's clerk Dequetteville Tce, Kent Town 1876 Memorial 168/290

CHAPMAN, Alfred Stephen merchant's clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 249/304

CHAPMAN, Alfred Stephen clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Sapphiretown (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 11 Page 4 County Carnarvon

CHAPMAN, Alfred Stephen gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Binnum land grant 1883 Grant Book 29 Page 148 County MacDonnell

CHAPMAN, Alfred Stephen Secretary to Elder, Smith & Co Ltd De Quetteville Tce, Kent Town 1894 Application 22716

CHAPMAN, Alfred Stephen Secretary to Elder Smith & Co Ltd, Currie St, Adelaide 1897 Application 23273

No 1

CHAPMAN, Ann Jemima widow Gawler, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK, James Viner SMITH estate agents Adelaide, to manage her SA estates 15/1/1886 Deposit 25/1886

CHAPMAN, Ann Jemima widow Gawler 1886[-1890] Memorial 75/373

CHAPMAN, Anne J widow North Walkerville 1911 Application 25982

No 1

CHAPMAN, Arthur commission agent Adelaide 1874 Memorial 54/276

CHAPMAN, Arthur accountant Adelaide (7 Insurance Chambers, Pirie St) linked with Charles Edgar Chapman agent Adelaide (North Tce) 1898 Memorial 57/435

CHAPMAN, Arthur Lee accountant Adelaide 1904 Memorial 203/451

No 1

CHAPMAN, AS clerk to Messrs ELDER, SMITH & Co of Adelaide 1866[-1882] Memorial 4/217

CHAPMAN, AS secretary to Elder, Smith & Co Ltd of Adelaide 1894 Memorial 195/420

CHAPMAN, AS director the Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd of Currie St, Adelaide (in premises known as Austral Chambers formerly occupied by R BARR SMITH and Sir Thomas ELDER when the premises were called Australasian Chambers on pt Town Acre 109) 1889 Memorial 245/400

CHAPMAN, C undertaker Callington 1897 Application 26322

CHAPMAN, Cain farmer Mt Barker District 1854 Memorial 82/72

No 1

CHAPMAN, Charles formerly teamster late storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1872 Application 25650

No 2

CHAPMAN, Charles brass founder Adelaide 1875 Memorial 130/280

No 3

CHAPMAN, Charles farmer Wild Horse Plains 1888[-1891] Memorial 201/391

No 4

CHAPMAN, Charles carpenter Callington on the Bremer. His wife, Rachel Chapman, aged 67 in 1924, declared that she had lived in Callington since 1857 Application 27315

CHAPMAN, Charles Edward agent Adelaide linked with Frances Rachel Chapman widow Adelaide 1887 Memorial 34/386

CHAPMAN, Charles William gentleman Melbourne Vic 1891 Memorial 93/410

No 1

CHAPMAN, David carpenter Athelstone 1856[-1874] Memorial 19/100, Application 13684

No 2

CHAPMAN, David machinist Callington 1876 Application 15281

No 3

CHAPMAN, David of Nairne. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1884 Application 20405

CHAPMAN, David builder Nairne. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Nairne 1886 Application 20893

No 1

CHAPMAN, Edgar gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 489/61

CHAPMAN, Edgar brewer Kooringa 1857[-1864] Memorial 110/113

CHAPMAN, Edgar gentleman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 50/231

CHAPMAN, Edgar brewer formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1874 Memorial 230/274

CHAPMAN, Edgar a lunatic in partnership with his two sons, Charles Edgar Chapman and Harry Albert Chapman as sheep and cattle breeders Mundowdna Station under the style or firm of E Chapman & Son. Partnership dissolved and the assets sold at public auction in 1883 Memorial 131/353

CHAPMAN, Edward yeoman Littlehampton 1860 Memorial 332/162

No 1

CHAPMAN, Edward Dauncey gentleman Gawler 1883 Memorial 63/347

CHAPMAN, Edward Dauncey gentleman formerly of Gawler but now of parts beyond the sea 1883 Application 19719

CHAPMAN, Edward Dauncey gentleman formerly of Gawler but now in parts beyond the seas 1883 Memorial 236/348

CHAPMAN, Edward Dauncey Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1883 Memorial 98/354

CHAPMAN, Edward Dauncey gentleman formerly of Gawler, died 20/8/1885 Memorial 57/382

CHAPMAN, Eliza widow McLaren Vale 1921, linked with Stanley Albert Chapman farmer McLaren Vale Application 26966

CHAPMAN, Ernest Edwin and Randolph Herbert sheep farmers Pt Lincoln 1893 Application 22472

No 1
CHAPMAN, Francis Vansittart Esquire Adelaide, about to depart from the province, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 23/8/1875. 8/2/1887 FV Chapman was living at South Hill Delom, Co Westmeath, Ireland, when he appointed Charle Burton HARDY solicitor Adelaide, his SA attorney to manage his SA estates Deposits 193/1875 &18/1887

CHAPMAN, Francis Vansittart Esquire Southhill, Delvin, Co Westmeath, Ireland 1883. Charles Burton HARDY barrister Adeaide was his local attorney Application 19849.

CHAPMAN, Frank Emery out of business Winchester St, Rosefield, died 6/5/1951 Wakefield St, Adelaide. Husband of Mercy Edith Chapman. Possibly father of Frank Hewett Chapman solicitor 28 Devonshire St, North Walkerville Memorial 112/526

CHAPMAN, Frank Richard Hewett formerly grazier Blackwood but now of Coromandel Valley 1965 Memorial 176/534

No 1
CHAPMAN, Frederick Arthur brewer East Adelaide 1898 Memorial 206/434

CHAPMAN, Frederick Arthur brewer East Adelaide linked with Lionel John Chapman factory manager Geralton WA 1907 Memorial 205/457

CHAPMAN, FA secretary to the Lion Brewing and Malting Co Ltd of Jerningham St, North Adelaide 1915 Memorial 198/472

CHAPMAN, Frederick Arthur company manager Malvern 1918[-1921] Memorial 55/477

No 1

CHAPMAN, George farmer near Currency Creek 1860[-1900] Memorial 209/164

No 2

CHAPMAN, George farmer Dry Creek 1868 Memorial 210/234

CHAPMAN, George farmer and gardener Upper Dry Creek 1877 Memorial 28/297

CHAPMAN, George farmer Upper Dry Creek 1884 Application 20272

CHAPMAN, George farmer Dry Creek 1901. Husband of Rebecca Chapman nee Dowton. Linked with Charles Elliott CHAPMAN gardener Upper Dry Creek Application 24336

No 3

CHAPMAN, George grazier Hundred of Fox 1893 Memorial 238/417

No 4

CHAPMAN, George chaff merchant Bagot St, West Thebarton. His wife, Helen Cooper Chapman, died 9/7/1907 intestate. Estate worth £150. George Chapman had his business on Port Rd, Thebarton, between 1901-1919 Application 28116

CHAPMAN, George grain and chaff merchant Port Road, Thebarton 1919 Memorial 197/477

CHAPMAN, Gordon Joseph almond grower William St, McLaren Vale, died 3/1/1954 Adelaide. Father of Mary Kathleen SMITH. Buried in the Victor Harbor cemetery Memorial 39/529

No 1

CHAPMAN, Harry Albert gentleman Devil's Gate Ranch, Sweetwater River, Rawlins, Wyoming USA formerly of Adelaide son of the late Edgar Chapman of Adelaide. Edgar Chapman's widow, Frances Rachel Chapman, lived in Stanley St, North Adelaide 1890 Memorials 38 & 39/406

CHAPMAN, Harry Albert formerly of Adelaide but now cattle breeder Rawlings, Wyoming USA linked with Arthur Chapman accountant Adelaide (Alma Chambers off Grenfell St) and Charles Edgar Chapman agent of the same place 1893 Memorial 8/418

No 1

CHAPMAN, HB law clerk to Louis von DOUSSA solicitor Mt Barker 1894 Application 22630

CHAPMAN, HB clerk to Louis von Doussa solicitor Mt Barker 1898 Memorial 235/433

No 1

CHAPMAN, Henry clerk to Messrs Arthur HARDY & William JAMES solicitors Adelaide 1846[-1853] Memorial 470/6

CHAPMAN, Henry clerk to Messrs HARDY, JAMES & James solicitors Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 456/59

CHAPMAN, Henry clerk to W & HB JAMES solicitors Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 136/291

CHAPMAN, Henry clerk to Henry B JAMES solicitor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 223/245

CHAPMAN, Henry clerk to JH FISHER solicitor Adelaide 1859 Memorial 45/150

CHAPMAN, Henry clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1860[-1862] Memorial 175/163

CHAPMAN, Henry clerk to Messrs HARDY & COOPER solicitors Adelaide 1862 Memorial 92/182

No 2

CHAPMAN, Henry gentleman Norwood 1857 Memorial 263/120

No 3

CHAPMAN, Henry clerk Littlehampton 1873[-1875] Memorial 137/267

CHAPMAN, Horace HL land agent Adelaide linked with William Chapman farmer Findon 1906 Memorial 105/455

CHAPMAN, Horsley secretary to Elder, Smith & Co Ltd Currie St, Adelaide 1913 Application 26229

CHAPMAN, Howard Pearson farmer Hoyleton and Elizabeth Sophia Chapman his wife. William John Howard Chapman farmer Hoyleton also mentioned 1928 Memorial 65/500

CHAPMAN, Hugh Malet chemist Adelaide (66 Rundle St) 1898[-1899] Memorial 28/436

No 1
CHAPMAN, Jack Wenley motor dealer Adelaide (21 Gouger St, Adelaide) 1942 Memorial 55/516

CHAPMAN, Jack Wenley formerly motor dealer Adelaide (21 Gouger St) but now fitter North Adelaide (20 Lombard St) 1942 Memorial 172/516

No 1

CHAPMAN, James blacksmith Norwood and Matilda Chapman his wife 1853 Memorial 66/48

CHAPMAN, Matilda widow of the late James Chapman formerly blacksmith Norwood but now deceased 1866 Application 7973

CHAPMAN, Matilda widow of James Chapman blacksmith Norwood, died 17/9/1868, of bronchitis, aged 72. Her first husband - a Mr STANDLEY - died before the family came to SA. 4 sons and a daughter - Charles Standley labourer Norwood, Robert, Miles and Joseph STANDLEY, and Mary DRAKE widow of Thomas DRAKE Norwood (he died c1857; she had died by 1869). The Drakes had two boys - Charles Drake of Pt Augusta, aged 24 in 1869 and Robert Drake bootmaker Adelaide 1869 Application 10050

No 2

CHAPMAN, James draper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 483/86

CHAPMAN, James draper Adelaide (Hindley St) and Aldinga 1856 Memorial 225/136

CHAPMAN, James draper Aldinga 1856 Memorial 128/97

CHAPMAN, James storekeeper Aldinga 1857 Memorial 177/118

CHAPMAN, James draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1863 linked with Emma, Mary and Louisa Chapman spinsters Adelaide 1878 Application 16685

CHAPMAN, James storekeeper Adelaide 1865 Memorial 5/205

CHAPMAN, James draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1869 Memorial 176/245

CHAPMAN, James formerly draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1865 but now gentleman Adelaide 1876 Application 15630

No 3 - perhaps the same person

CHAPMAN, James farmer Clarendon 1877 Memorial 55/302

CHAPMAN, James woodcarter Clarendon 1903 Memorial 169/450

No 4

CHAPMAN, James fruiterer Hammond Hammond township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 736 County Frome

No 5

CHAPMAN, James of Melbourne Vic linked with Stan Chapman of 100 Cross Roads, Malvern and Marian Chapman of St Peters 1919 Memorial 199/477

No 1

CHAPMAN, James Edward of Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 212/19

CHAPMAN, James Edward accountant formerly of Adelaide but now of California 1852 Memorial 213/42.

No 1

CHAPMAN, James Paul yeoman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 346/2

CHAPMAN, James Paul farmer Ebenezer Farm Clarendon 1851 Memorial 380/52

CHAPMAN, James Paul farmer Clarendon 1854[-1857] Memorial 178/63

Wesleyan Methodist member 1857 Memorial 7/122

CHAPMAN, James Paul farmer Clarendon. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel land trustee 1858 Memorial 145/133

CHAPMAN, James Paul farmer Clarendon 1860 Application 1328

CHAPMAN, James Paul agent Clarendon 1869 Memorial 160/242

CHAPMAN, James Paul Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee now auctioneer Clarendon 1873 Applications 13995/14016

CHAPMAN, James Paul undertaker Clarendon 1875 Application 20150.

CHAPMAN, James Paul farmer Clarendon trustee; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

CHAPMAN, James Paul mason Clarendon, died 30/4/1879, of apoplexy, aged 59. Father of Thomas Chapman Application 23275

CHAPMAN, James Paul foundation trustee Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo), had died by 1897 Application 23395

CHAPMAN, Mary Ann widow of James Paul Chapman formerly farmer Clarendon but now deceased 1884 Application 20150

No 1

CHAPMAN, James Thomas farmer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

CHAPMAN, James Thomas farmer Moonta, died 6/1/1938. Executors – Cecil Thomas Chapman farmer near Moonta and Leslie BENNETT licensed land broker Moonta Grant Book 15 Page 84 County Daly

No 1

CHAPMAN, Jesse farmer Adelaide 1850. He bought land at Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf Memorial 385/19.

CHAPMAN, Jesse farmer near Echunga 1858 Application 41

No 1 - probably the same person

CHAPMAN, John labourer Little Para District 1840 Application 17581

CHAPMAN, John married Elizabeth Jackson DREW. (Likely a daughter of Edward Drew) They had two sons in their family. The elder son, John Lewin Kingscote Glevelle Drew Chapman gentleman Gawler, died 11/5/1882, of pulmonary laryngeal phthisis, aged 27. The younger son, Edward Dauncey Chapman, was born 6/1/1862 Lower Light Pt Gawler, where his father was a farmer. John Chapman cattle dealer Pt Gawler died 19/10/1865, of phthisis, aged 37. John Chapman’s son, Edward Dauncey Chapman, died 20/8/1885 no details. John Chapman’s widow, Elizabeth Monica/Jackson Chapman (a puzzle re her second Christian name), remarried to John Augustine HEWITT gentleman Glen Osmond. She died 5/10/1874, of chronic hepatitis, aged 43. This whole Chapman family had now died out. The estate of many sections in the Hundred of Pt Gawler in trust with FW BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH land agents Adelaide 1889 Application 21622

CHAPMAN, Elizabeth widow Adelaide, about to marry John Augustine HEWITT Esquire Adelaide. Her £680 in the hands of John BULLOCK and her 8- acre estate at Baltonsborough, England, presently let to Mr WATERMAN, to go into trust, to her use for life, and after her death, to the benefit of her rightful heirs absolutely in remainder expectant. Her intended husband to have no share in the estate, nor his actions to affect the estate in any way. John Bullock Esquire Adelaide, and his rightful heirs to be the trustee. Agreement 24/2/1868 Enrolment 94/51

No 2 – the Elder

CHAPMAN, John miner Kooringa 1848. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Kooringa trustee. Farmer Clare 1855. Enrolment 47/32

CHAPMAN, John farmer Clare 1854[-1868] Memorial 76/74

CHAPMAN, John farmer Rose Hill near Clare 1873. He had lived in the district since at least 1851. Did he have links with Burra?? Application 12792

CHAPMAN, John the Elder farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

CHAPMAN, John farmer formerly of Clare 1856 but now of Rosehill near Clare [likely to be the same address??] 1877 Application 16000

CHAPMAN, John farmer Belalie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

CHAPMAN, John farmer Spring Farm Belalie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 134 County Victoria

No 3 – the Younger

CHAPMAN, John the Younger farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1879[-1884] Grant Book 60 Page 130 County Victoria

No 4

CHAPMAN, John Esquire Allen Creek and Alicia Chapman his wife 1851 Memorial 474/28

CHAPMAN, John Esquire Murray River and Alicia Chapman his wife 1852 Memorial 432/46

CHAPMAN, John Esquire formerly of Paringa on the Murray River but now of Sarnia near Adelaide 1858 Memorial 111/146

CHAPMAN, John Esquire Sarnia Cottage near Adelaide 1861 Memorials 239/171 & 117/172

CHAPMAN, John Esquire formerly of Paringa on the Murray River but now of the Island of Jersey CI 1866 Memorial 270/208

CHAPMAN, John Esquire, formerly stockholder Paringa on the Murray River, late of Clifton, near Bristol, England, died 3/8/1879 Jersey. His attorneys, George NEWBOLT Colonel in HM Army, Clifton, and the Rev’d Thomas WALLACE Clerk in Holy Orders Bellfield, near Dublin, Ireland, power of attorney to Thomas ELDER Esquire Adelaide, to sell the estate and finalise the SA business in connection with it 29/4/1880. Deposit 160/1880.

No 5

CHAPMAN, John farmer Marion Road 1874 Memorial 201/319

No 6

CHAPMAN, John farmer Mt Pleasant 1882 Book 13 Page 259 County Dalhousie

No 7

CHAPMAN, John agent Littlehampton 1892 Application 22141

No 1

CHAPMAN, John James wheelwright Lyndoch Co Adelaide. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 396 County Daly

CHAPMAN, Annie married woman Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 397 County Daly

CHAPMAN, John Lewin Kingscote Glenville Drew gentleman Gawler 1880  Memorial 113/326

CHAPMAN, John Reuben farmer Houghton. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 73 County Adelaide

CHAPMAN, Joseph carrier McLaren Vale, died 13/7/1900. Husband of Eliza Chapman, who died 6/8/1941 41 Kintore Ave, Prospect. Brother to William Henry Chapman farmer McLaren Vale. Son of the late Thomas Chapman farmer McLaren Vale who died 22/11/1890 and Elizabeth Chapman, who died 24/5/1912 Memorials 17-20/516

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CHAPMAN, Lewis farmer Ardrossan 1884 Memorial 134/357

CHAPMAN, L farmer Price 1890 Memorial 175/406

CHAPMAN, Mary Elizabeth widow formerly of Kilkenny but now of Geranium 1927 Application 27555

No 1

CHAPMAN, Michael blacksmith Gawler 1859 Memorial 140/154

CHAPMAN, Michael blacksmith formerly of Gawler but now of Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 326/159

CHAPMAN, Michael William blacksmith Gawler South 1862 Application 3604

CHAPMAN, Paul farmer Ebenezer Farm near Clarendon 1851 Memorial 380/52

CHAPMAN, Rebecca widow Little Para 1855 Memorial 491/80

No 1

CHAPMAN, Reuben farmer Houghton 1854 Memorial 132/62

CHAPMAN, Reuben married Sarah Jane nee ? Their eldest son and heir at law, John Reuben Chapman, was born 26/6/1835 Hobart, and baptised 21/8/1835 St David's Cathedral Hobart. Reuben Chapman was a painter and glazier. The family emigrated to SA, when Reuben Chapman got a land grant of Section 366 Survey B on 19/11/1839. Reuben Chapman of Morphett St, Adelaide, died 27/11/1839, aged 36.The Colonial Chaplain, the Rev'd CB HOWARD, buried him. William Ross of Flinders St, Adelaide, stated that he knew Reuben Chapman well for a few months before he died. Reuben Chapman's heir at law, John Reuben Chapman farmed at Spring Hills Houghton in 1873 Application 13100

No 1

CHAPMAN, John Reuben farmer Houghton. Son by a former marriage of Sarah Jane BATTERSBY wife of Thomas Battersby gentleman Houghton 1855 Memorials 454 & 456/91

CHAPMAN, John Reuben farmer near Enfield 1878 Memorial 120/324

CHAPMAN, John Reuben gardener near Houghton 1890 Memorial 176/401

CHAPMAN, Lewis butcher Price trustee cemetery Price Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1887 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

CHAPMAN, Reuben Charles, Jabez Pearson ORCHARD, Benjamin LUXMORE and Sidney KIDMAN wool and produce brokers Adelaide (North Tce) in partnership under the style or firm of Luxmore, Chapman & Co 1898 Memorial 30/436

No 1

CHAPMAN, Richard farmer Kangaroo Island 1876 Memorial 118/295

CHAPMAN, Richard farmer Point Marsden Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1906 Grant Book 11 Page 63 County Carnarvon

CHAPMAN, Robert yeoman Barossa 1853[-1855] Memorial 319/48

CHAPMAN, Robert Charles company director 60 Sunnyside Rd, Glen Osmond 1962, a director of Sherwood estates Ltd 82 Franklin St, Adelaide Application 29477

No 1

CHAPMAN, Robert Roy David bacon curer Nairne 1938 Memorial 70/512

CHAPMAN, Robert Roy David grazier Nairne, aged 70 in 1956, declared that he had spent his whole life in the area Application 29213

CHAPMAN, Roy Charles driver Myponga 1947 Memorial 194/521

No 1

CHAPMAN, Samuel labourer Adelaide 31/7/1838[-1841] Application 5255

CHAPMAN, Samuel gardener Leawood Nursery Glen Osmond possibly lived in Hindmarsh before 1849 Memorial 175/15

CHAPMAN, Samuel labourer Adelaide possibly lived in Walkerville before 1854 Memorial 237/60

CHAPMAN, Samuel carter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 209/74

CHAPMAN, Samuel gardener near the Government Farm 1858 Memorial 137/142

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CHAPMAN, Samuel labourer McLaren Vale 1854[-1857]Memorial 392/69

No 3

CHAPMAN, Samuel general dealer Adelaide 1838 Application 13182

CHAPMAN, Samuel licensed victualler Adelaide and Charlotte Chapman his wife 1842 Memorial 136/112

CHAPMAN, Samuel licensed victualler Adelaide 1842 and Charlotte Chapman, his wife Application 25180

CHAPMAN, Samuel cabinetmaker Adelaide (Carrington St) and Charlotte Chapman his wife 1846 Memorial 400/5

CHAPMAN, Samuel carpenter Adelaide (Carrington St) 1847 Memorial 435/9

CHAPMAN, Samuel cabinetmaker Adelaide (Carrington St), declared 8/4/1862, that the township of Hindmarsh had been laid out as 200 allotments on Section 353 Survey B in 1838. Each person who wanted allotments paid in £6/12/6 for each allotment, and the purchasers drew lots. S Chapman had to keep a record of the purchasers and collect their money Application 2994

Cabinetmaker and undertaker Moore St, Angas St, Adelaide 1865 Application 6132

CHAPMAN, Samuel cabinetmaker Adelaide (Carrington St) 1874 Memorial 138/273

No 4

CHAPMAN, Samuel shepherd Mt Bryan Co Burra. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 438 County Daly

No 5

CHAPMAN, Samuel farmer Cavenagh Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

CHAPMAN, Samuel farmer Hundred of Cavenagh Co Herbert 1887[-1890] Memorial 232/386

No 6

CHAPMAN, Samuel farmer Lochiel Co Victoria Hundred of Everard land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 393 County Stanley

No 1

CHAPMAN, Stanford importer Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1865 Memorial 125/208

CHAPMAN, Stanford merchant Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1877 Memorial 177/303

CHAPMAN, Stanford merchant Melbourne Vic 1883 Memorial 65/351

CHAPMAN, Stanford merchant Melbourne Vic, died 8/10/1905. Links with Arthur Chapman agent Adelaide Memorial 105/465

CHAPMAN, SW clerk Adelaide (Pirie Chambers) 1891 Memorial 229/428

No 1

CHAPMAN, Thomas labourer McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 426/98

CHAPMAN, Thomas farmer McLaren Vale, died 22/11/1890. Husband of Elizabeth Chapman, who died 24/5/1912. Parents of Joseph Chapman carrier McLaren Vale, who died 13/7/1900. Husband of Eliza Chapman, who died 6/8/1941 Memorial 20/516, RPA Search 2286

CHAPMAN, William Henry farmer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Moana, aged 68 on 14/5/1942, declared that he had been born in Gloucester township in the Hundred of Willunga and had remained in the district. His brother, Joseph Chapman, died 13/7/1900. Their father, Thomas Chapman, died 22/11/1890. Their mother, Elizabeth Chapman, died 24/5/1912 Application 28327

No 2

CHAPMAN, Thomas farmer Clarendon 1880 Memorial 8/322

No 3

CHAPMAN, Thomas farmer near Gawler 1907 Application 25354

CHAPMAN, Thomas Chapman farmer Gawler Railway, died 10/6/1922. Father of Thomas William Chapman shop assistant Angle Vale Rd, Gawler Blocks, aged 47 in 1936 Application 28027, Application 28027

CHAPMAN, Walter Frank stock agent and grazier 15 Halsbury Ave, Kingswood, Unley, and Eileen Elma Chapman his wife 1947 Memorial 37/522

No 1 - possibly the same person

CHAPMAN, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1849[-1855] Memorial 409/17

CHAPMAN, William labourer Alberton 1851 Memorial 280/30

No 2

CHAPMAN, William yeoman Echunga 1853[-1855] Memorial 346/71

CHAPMAN, William gardener Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 96/93

CHAPMAN, William nurseryman Mt Barker 1867 Application 8549

CHAPMAN, William seedsman Mt Barker 1868 Memorial 33/235

CHAPMAN, William formerly of Echunga but then seedman Mt Barker by 1885  Application 20592

No 3

CHAPMAN, William farmer Angaston 1855 Memorial 292/165

CHAPMAN, William formerly farmer Angaston 1855 but now sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1865 Application 6205

CHAPMAN, William station overseer Pt Lincoln 1874 Memorial 27/273

CHAPMAN, William farmer Pt Lincoln 1883 Memorial 167/349

CHAPMAN, William sheep farmer Pt Lincoln left land to his son, John William Chapman sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1893 Application 22472

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHAPMAN, William farmer Findon 1858 Memorial 85/136

CHAPMAN, William the Elder farmer Findon, died c1911. Father of William Chapman the Younger formerly farmer Findon but now teacher College Town. Samuel Chapman farmer Findon mentioned Memorial 32/466

CHAPMAN, William farmer Findon estate 1933. Linked with Horace William Noel Chapman accountant 49 Grant Ave, Rose Park and Maurice Dale Blay Chapman radio announcer 15 Second Ave, St Peters Memorial 88/508

CHAPMAN, William the Elder farmer Findon, died 15/11/1911. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Mary Ann Chapman, for life or until her remarriage, then various pieces of real estate separately to his sons, William Chapman the Younger and Samuel Chapman, for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutely as tenants in common in remainder expectant. Mary Ann Chapman widow of William Chapman the Elder, died 6/4/1916 Findon Rd, Findon, of chronic bronchitis and senile decay, aged 84. She had been born in Devonshire, England, and had lived in SA for 56 years. William Chapman the Younger teacher College Town, died 21/8/1933 Second Ave, St Peters, of syncope and 6 years' general paralysis, aged 73. Samuel Chapman farmer Findon, was admitted to the Enfield Receiving Home on 23/9/1933 as a mental defective. Sons of William Chapman the Younger included 1936, Horace William Noel Chapman acountant formerly of 49 Grant Ave, Toorak now of Mitcham (Husband of Gladys Agnes Chapman) and Maurice Dale Blay Chapman radio announcer St Peters Application 28011

No 5

CHAPMAN, William labourer Happy Valley 1853 Deposit 98/1859

CHAPMAN, William farmer Happy Valley 1860 Application 1329

CHAPMAN, William labourer Happy Valley 1861. He could not write Application 2259

No 6

CHAPMAN, William labourer Morphett Vale 1859 Memorial 119/151

CHAPMAN, William farmer Morphett Vale 1861Application 2461

No 7

CHAPMAN, William postman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 181/222

No 8

CHAPMAN, William sheep farmer Kangaroo Island 1880 Application 18080

No 9

CHAPMAN, William farmer near Hoyleton 1881 Memorial 125/330, Application 18659

CHAPMAN, William farmer Armagh 1891 Memorial 199/409

No 10

CHAPMAN, William farmer Dublin. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 351 County Gawler

No 11

CHAPMAN, William formerly storekeeper Hanson St, Adelaide, but then of 60 Alexandra Parade, Fitzroy Vic 1906 Application 25191

CHAPMAN, William Philip grazier Mt Pleasant 1954[-1956] Memorial 84/529, Application 29195

CHAPMAN, William Solomon farmer Woodville 1910 Application 25839

No 1

CHAPPELL, Daniel draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1857 Memorial 56/115

CHAPPELL, Daniel draper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bonney land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 111 County Russell

CHAPPELL, Daniel gentleman Adelaide 1869 Application 9995

No 1 – probably the same person

CHAPPELL, John carpenter Gawler 1871 Memorial 105/254

CHAPPELL, John builder Two Wells. Owen township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 27 Page 442 County Gawler

CHAPPELL, John Robert clerk in the civil service Hyde Park 1887 Memorial 65/382

CHAPPELL, Lewis Stephen farmer Owen Co Gawler. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

CHAPPELL, Richard farmer Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1904[-1910] Grant Book 14 Page 218 County Daly

CHAPPELL, Thomas farmer Tickera, died 12/5/1888. He left real estate to Catherine MAY wife of Matthew May blacksmith Kadina. Executor and trustee; John JOHNSTON grocer Kadina Memorial 225/402

CHAPPELL, William shoemaker Kooringa 1862 Memorial 375/186

CHAPPLE, Charles formerly of Broken Hill NSW, but present whereabouts unknown (owned land in the Hundred of Noarlunga Co Adelaide) 1892 Application 22239

No 1

CHAPPLE, John shoemaker Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 239/69

CHAPPLE, John formerly shoemaker Mt Barker but then of Rupanyup Vic 1883 Memorial 153/353

No 1 – John Charles Luscombe Chapple

CHAPPLE, Charles licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1880[-1881] Memorial 84/326

CHAPPLE, Charles licensed victualler Pt Augusta West Co Manchester. Percyton (Hundred of Cameron) township allotment 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 185 County Daly

CHAPPLE, John Charles Luscombe licensed victualler Pt August West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 152 County Manchester

CHAPPLE, John Charles Luscombe licensed victualler Maitland 1886 Memorial 105/373

CHAPPLE, John Charles Luscombe of Hergott Springs and Elizabeth Chapple his wife 1887 Application 21157

CHAPPLE, John Charles Luscombe hotelkeeper Hergott Springs 1894 Application 22624

CHAPPLE, William Henry licensed victualler Adelaide (Launceston Hotel, Waymouth St) 1880 Memorial 1/327

CHARCUTT, Alexander McLachlan farmer Penola 1879 Memorial 83/316

CHARD, John Edward labourer Clare 1920 Application 26916

CHARD, Robert William police officer Pt Lincoln 1933 Memorial 1/507

No 1

CHARD, Samuel poundkeeper Salisbury 1852 Memorial 171/45

CHARD, Samuel farmer Salisbury 1853 Memorial 115/56

CHARE??, John Branscombe of Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 134/219

CHARGWIN, Martin shoemaker Noarlunga 1852[-1857] Memorial 488/42.

No 1

CHARKE, Thomas carpenter Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 20/93

CHARKE, Thomas carpenter [formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of] Wallaroo 1861 Memorial 220/177

CHARKE, Thomas carpenter formerly of Pt Adelaide 1855 but now of Wallaroo 1864 Application 5734

CHARKE, Thomas carpenter John Tce, Wallaroo Bay 1865 Memorial 342/205

CHARKE, Thomas contractor Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 111/313

CHARLES, Elizabeth widow Streaky Bay. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 66 Page 186 County Robinson

CHARLES, Emmanuel George labourer Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 244/171

CHARLES, George farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1858] Memorial 374/75

No 1

CHARLES, John yeoman North Para 1853 Memorial 70/50

CHARLES, John farmer formerly of the North Para River but now of near Saddleworth 1860 Memorial 281/165

CHARLES, John farmer Saddleworth 1867 Memorial 18/223

CHARLES, John farmer Chingford 1867 Memorial 19/223

CHARLES, John farmer near Saddleworth 1870 Application 10752

CHARLES, John farmer Chingford 1878 Memorial 76/313

No 2

CHARLES, John the Elder farmer Belvidere (Hundred of Bremer) 1885 Memorial 113/366

CHARLES, John the Elder gardener Strathalbyn 1894 Application 22747

CHARLES, John the Elder, died not stated. Family as at 1908. His widow, Jane Charles, lived at Strathalbyn. Children - John Charles the Younger labourer Payneham, William Charles railway employe Goolwa, and Malachi Charles woodmerchant Strathalbyn Memorial 194/458

No 1

CHARLES, Robert labourer Gawler 1862 Memorial 121/185

CHARLES, Robert labourer Gawler South 1876[-1900], died 25/12/1900. Husband of Eliza Ann Charles Memorial 46/442

No 1

CHARLES, William railway employee Goolwa and Winifred Edith Charles his wife 1898 Memorial 40/435

CHARLES, William formerly railway employee but now labourer Goolwa 1919 Memorial 18/478

CHARLES, William gardener formerly of Goolwa but now of Aldgate. His wife, Winnifred Edith Charles, died 20/7/1919 Parkside Memorial 26/479

CHARLESSON, Charles farmer Undalya 1868 Memorial 101/234

No 1

CHARLESTON, D Morley engineer Adelaide 1893 Memorial 175/419

CHARLESTON, David Morley engineer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Roby land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 21 County Buccleuch

CHARLESTON, David Morley Secretary to the Farmers and Producers Union Adelaide 1915 Application 26462

CHARLESTON, John Kemp contractor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 116/345

CHARLESWORTH, George Ashton farmer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 292/13

CHARLESWORTH, William carpenter Thebarton 1856[-1866] Memorial 331/97, Application 7072

CHARLESWORTH, William James shoemaker near Gawler 1877 Memorial 231/302

No 1

CHARLEY, Philip George gentleman Adelaide 1888 Memorial 214/394

CHARLEY, Philip George gentleman Adelaide linked with Clara Charley married woman Belmont Park North Richmond NSW 1903 Memorial 118/448

CHARLICK, Frederick, Robert and William merchants Adelaide three of the partners trading under the style or firm of Charlick Bros 1891 Memorial 141/410

CHARLICK, HM student Adelaide 1906 Memorial 228/454

CHARLICK, Malcolm Claude pastoralist Crafers 1940[-1946] Memorial 99/514, Application 28496

No 1

CHARLICK, Oswald George dairyman 34 William St, Hilton and Florence May Charlick his wife 1935 Memorial 185/509

CHARLICK, Oswald George grazier Frogmore Fulham and Florence May Charlick his wife. Mavis Matilda KEANE wife of Ronald Keane also lived at Frogmore 1951 Memorials 25 & 26/526

No 1

CHARLICK, Robert produce merchant Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 41/357

CHARLICK, Robert agent Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 36/371

CHARLICK, Robert greengrocer Adelaide 1885 Application 20811

CHARLICK, Robert produce merchant Pt Adelaide 1887 Application 21293

CHARLICK, Robert chaff merchant Adelaide 1904 Application 24829

CHARLICK, Robert produce merchant Semaphore 1904 Memorial 103/450

No 1

CHARLSON, Charles farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1897 Memorial 21/431

CHARLSON, Charles farmer One Tree Hill 1900. Father of Joseph Charleson grazier One Tree Hill and Susannah Charlson spinster One Tree Hill Application 23942

CHARLTON, Alfred refreshment room keeper Terowie 1888[-1896] Memorial 120/393

No 1

CHARLTON, Charles smelter Alberton and Elizabeth Charlton his wife 1867 Memorial 212/225

CHARLTON, Charles smelter Adelaide and Elizabeth Charlton his wife 1876 Memorial 113/290

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CHARLTON, Christopher farmer Hundred of Para Wirra 1854 Memorial 197/87

CHARLTON, Christopher blacksmith Salisbury 1867[-1869] Memorial 200/219

No 1

CHARLTON, Christopher Henry farmer Greens Plains East. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 136 County Daly

CHARLTON, Christopher Henry farmer Tiparra 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

CHARLTON, Henry James tobacconist Adelaide (King William St) 1911 Memorial 2/464

No 1 - probably the same person

CHARLTON, John carter Alberton 1864 Application 5226

CHARLTON, John shunter Alberton 1874[-1886] Memorial 135/277

CHARLTON, John of King St, Alberton 1889 Memorial 66/397

CHARLTON, John railway shunter King St, Alberton, died 21/3/1900. Estate worth £275.. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Charlton. Elizabeth Charlton spinster Alberton belonged to this family Application 24224

No 2

CHARLTON, John shoemaker Alberton and Elizabeth Boothby Charlton his wife 1895 Application 22893

CHARLTON, John gentleman Alberton 1898[-1900] Memorial 141/436

CHARLTON, John bootmaker Alberton 1918. Probably a relative to Charles Charlton Superintendent of Primary Education Adelaide Application 26649

CHARLTON, William carpenter Kooringa 1850 Memorial 68/37.

CHARLTON, WH accountant Adelaide (South Tce) 1888 Memorial 191/390

CHARNOCK, David gentleman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 78/85

No 1 - perhaps the Elder and the Younger

CHARNOCK, William Henry accountant Adelaide 1852 Memorial 213/42.

CHARNOCK, William Henry merchant Adelaide and Constance Evelyn Charnock spinster Adelaide his daughter 1858 Memorial 66/135

CHARNOCK, William Henry merchant Pt Adelaide leased Blackler's No 1 Store beside the Port Admiral Hotel in Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide, two properties which publicans Richard and William Blackler of Pt Adelaide owned 1867 Memorial 34/225

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

CHARNOCK, William Henry and Eustace Powhatan SABINE of Grenfell St, Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Joseph STILLING & Co, became bankrupts in 1887 Memorial 47/388

CHARNOCK, William Henry gentleman East Adelaide, died 6/6/1903, of cystitis and pneumonia, aged 79. His wife, Ellen Charnock, had died 26/8/1895 Hill St, North Adelaide, of carcinoma ventriculi, aged 69. Constance Evelyn Dutton GREEN widow Adelaide, was the only child of this marriage Application 26936

CHARTIER, George Joseph farmer Glenelg Hundred of Way land grant 1891 Grant Book 48 Page 51 County Musgrave

No 1

CHARSLEY, Edward Neville sharebroker Broken Hill NSW 1888 Memorial 168/389

CHARLSLEY, Edward Neville mining broker Broken Hill NSW 1888 Memorial 18/392

No 1

CHARTIER, Joseph Alexander draper's assistant Adelaide 1861 [Probably for G & R WILLS drapers Adelaide] Memorial 232/174

CHARTIER, Joseph Alexander draper Adelaide 1867 Memorial 207/222

CHARTIER, Joseph Alexander merchant Adelaide 1873 Memorial 174/268

CHARTIER, Joseph Alexander merchant Adelaide owned the Gold Digger's Arms public house at Norwood 1875 Memorial 234/285

CHARTIER, Joseph Alexander merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles RISCHBIETH merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 15/12/1875 Deposit 7/1876

CHARTIER, Joseph Alexander merchant Adelaide 1876 Application 14821

CHARTIER, Joseph Alexander gentleman Glenelg 1884 Memorial 97/362

No 1 - the Elder

CHARTRIS, James gardener Walkervillke 1850 Memorial 284/21

CHARTRIS, James farmer Upper Wakefield 1854[-1859] Memorials 293/75 & 175/154, Application 451

CHARTRIS, Mary wife of James Chartris of Woodforde, died 12/11/1869 in childbirth, aged 39. Her husband was formerly a gardener at Walkerville. Application 24993

CHARTRIS, James the Elder gardener Kensington 1884 Application 20043.

CHARVEY, William Charles Michael painter Millicent 1879 Application 17655.

No 1

CHASE, George labourer Gawler River 1857 Memorial 136/121

CHASE, George lime burner Mudla Wirra near Gawler 1858 Memorial 87/142

CHASE, George farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1866 Memorial 210/209

No 2

CHASE, George and William farmers Clarendon 1862 Memorial 316/183

CHASE, George farmer Clarendon 1876 Memorial 107/289

Farmer Baker Gully 1876[-1880] Memorial 108/289

CHASE, George farmer Fairview Clarendon, died 20/4/1902. Husband of Rebecca Chase Memorials 55 & 56/447

CHASE, George farmer Clarendon, died 20/4/1902. His £600 estate to his wife, Rebecca Chase Application 27944

CHASE, HS farm labourer Coromandel Valley 1912 Memorial 7/468

CHASE, Leonard William blacksmith Penneshaw KI 1886 Memorial 6/385

CHASON, John brickmaker Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 176/16

CHASTON, Benjamin yeoman Bowden 1852[-1857] Memorial 89/45

No 1

CHASTON, David labourer Bowden 1851 Memorial 371/43

CHASTON, David lime burner Bowden 1853 Brompton allotments sale Memorial 223/46

Labourer Bowden 1854 Memorial 13/75

CHASTON, Henry labourer Bowden 1871 Memorial 133/251

CHASTON, Jack Town Clerk of Brighton since 1951 Application 28824

No 1

CHASTON, John labourer Adelaide, Husband of Sarah Chaston 1840. Likely a relative, Henry Self Chaston labourer Bowden 1874 Application 13896

CHASTON, John lime burner Bowden 1850 Memorial 465/68

CHASTON, John died c1855, £100 to his wife, Sarah Chaston. The rest of the estate to be sold and the proceeds to be divided equally amongst his children - John Benjamin, David, Henry, Mary Ann, Elizabeth, and Christina Chaston. John PACKHAM and Henry STACEY the executors of the will Memorial 460/85

CHASTON, John the Elder late of Bowden, died c1856. His eldest son and heir at law was John Chaston the Younger. Will administered under the 1856 Trustee Act Memorial 105/106

CHATFIELD, George butcher Wallaroo 1886 Memorial 187/378

No 1

CHATFIELD, Levi labourer Thebarton 1849 Memorial 177/18

CHATFIELD, Levi carrier Thebarton and Harriet Chatfield his wife 1851 Memorial 94/279

CHATFIELD, Levi labourer Thebarton 1839. Levi Chatfield carrier Thebarton, died c1853. He directed his trustees to sell his personal estate and all of the real estate except the house, stables and sheep yard on Lots 100 and 101 in George St, Thebarton, which his wife, Harriet Chatfield, could live in for the rest of her life. The money from the sale to form a trust fund to provide an income for the widow. After her death, the whole estate to be sold and the proceeds from that and the trust fund to be divided equally absolutely amongst his surviving children or their heirs if deceased. Levi Chatfield could not write. The trustees, George DEW baker Thebarton and Thomas NEWMAN grocer Thebarton, sold the homestead in 1875 to Charles HANKINS labourer Thebarton Application 27433

No 1

CHATFIELD, Thomas farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 311/116

CHATFIELD, Thomas farmer Virginia Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1865 Grant Book 26 Page 149 County Gawler

CHATFIELD, Thomas farmer Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 121 County Gawler

No 1

CHAUNCY, Hugh Snell gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 400/26

CHAUNCY, Hugh Snell gentleman Kensington 1851 Memorial 131/64

No 1

CHAUNCY, Philip La Mothe Snell surveyor Adelaide 1840 Application 6925

CHAUNCY, Philip La Mothe Snell Esquire surveyor Adelaide 1841 Memorial 203/5

CHAUNCY, Philip La Mothe Snell Esquire surveyor formerly of Adelaide but now of the Swan River Settlement WA 1848 Memorial 234/201

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHAUNCY, William Snell the Elder gentleman Walkerville about to proceed to England, power of attorney to his son, WS Chauncy the Younger architect Walkerville, to manage his SA affairs 28/4/1841. He had settled in London by 1844 Application 18957

CHAUNCY, William Snell Esquire surveyor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 242/35

CHAVASSE, John Scott grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849[-1850] Memorial 87/19