Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

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

 

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

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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

Names Beginning  'Che*' to  'Com*'

No 1

CHEADLE, Alfred Stanley woolmerchant Adelaide 1896 Memorial 231/429

CHEADLE, Alfred Stanley woolbroker Adelaide 1900 Memorial 50/442

CHEADLE, Margaret married woman 42 Burlington St, Walkerville 1934 Application 27953

No 1

CHECKER, Edward farmer near Adelaide 1878 Memorial 162/306

CHECKER, Edward farmer formerly of Kersbrook 1896 but then of Medindie, died 20/4/1904. Husband of Isabella Checker. Father of William Checker farmer Kersbrook, and Sarah Checker spinster Kersbrook 1921 Memorial 10/483

CHECKER, Sarah spinster Kersbrook 1924 Application 27252

CHECKETT, Charles hotelkeeper Black Lion Inn Richard St, Hindmarsh 1923[-1925] Memorial 142/489

CHEEK, A store assistant Yongala 1886 Memorial 73/377

CHEEK, Alan C bank officer ANZ Bank Adelaide (cnr King William St and Currie St) 1954 Memorial 121/529

No 1

CHEEK, James saddler Gawler 1859 Memorial 298/154

CHEEK, James saddler formerly of Gawler 1859 but now of Moonta 1865 Application 6744

CHEEK, John saddler Yongala 1878[-1907] Grant Book 13 Page 188 County Dalhousie

No 1

CHEEK, Philip builder Gawler South 1867 Memorial 243/232

CHEEK, Philip storekeeper Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

CHEEK, Philip town inspector Gawler 1913, declared that he arrived in the town since prior to 1869 Application 26285

No 1

CHEEK, RH law clerk Adelaide 1915 Memorial 87/473

CHEEK, Reginald Heithersay solicitor Pirie St, Adelaide 1924 Application 27210

CHEESE, Edward baker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 279/25

CHEESMAN, Henry mercantile clerk Dulwich 1920 Application 26911

No 1

CHEESMAN, John of Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 463/53

CHEESMAN, John farmer Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 251/181

CHEESMAN, John farmer Normanville 1866 Application 8007

CHEESMAN, John labourer Normanville 1900 Application 23973

CHEESMAN, Thomas mariner Pt Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 477/63

No 1

CHEESMAN, William of Willunga 1853 Memorial 451/51

CHEESMAN, William tailor Willunga 1857 Memorial 298/115

CHEESMAN, William tailor Willunga 1871 had three surviving children, all living in SA - Anne Eliza THOMPSON nee Cheesman, George Manger Cheesman and Charles Robert Cheesman 1876 Memorial 131/294

CHEESMAN, William tailor Willunga, died 11/9/1876, of bronchitis, aged 67 Application 24943

No 1

CHEESWRIGHT, William farmer Hundred of Nangkita 1855[-1856] Memorial 372/81

CHEESWRIGHT, William farmer Currency Creek 1856[-1858] Memorial 92/101

CHEETHAM, Edward clerk Kensington, died 12/5/1866, of typhoid fever, aged 27 Application 20407, Deposit 118/1867

No 1

CHEETHAM, Henry Congregational Minister Norwood 1857 Memorial 138/131

CHEETHAM, Henry of Norwood 1859 Application 799.

CHEETHAM, Henry Minister of the Gospel Norwood 1867 Application 8079

No 1

CHEETHAM, James Henry tea merchant Blackwood 1908 Memorial 206/459

CHEETHAM, James Henry tea merchant Blackwood. Trustee of the Baptist Chapel near the Government Farm 1909 Memorial 221/461

CHEETHAM, James Henry clerk Brighton. Brighton Baptist Church trustee 1924 Memorial 71/490

CHEFFIRS, Joseph farmer Yongala linked with Richard James Cheffirs the Younger not described 1887 Memorial 241/381

No 1

CHEFFIRS, Richard James bootmaker Kooringa 1874[-1879] Memorial 201/273

CHEFFIRS, Richard of Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 194 County Dalhousie

CHEGWIDDEN, Joseph Corporation inspector Gawler 1882 Memorial 47/339

No 1

CHEGWYN, Joseph Esquire of HM Ship Buffalo 1837 Memorial 262/51

CHEGWYN, Joseph Esquire Master in the Royal Navy Brougham Tce, Southsea, Hants, England 1851 Memorial 132/43

No 1

CHELLEW, George labourer North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 141/55

CHELLEW, George farmer Barossa 1857 Memorial 85/120

CHELLEW, George carter Williamstown Hundred of Barossa 1876 Memorial 92/290

CHELLEW, George farmer formerly of Williamstown but now of Booleroo 1879 Memorial 38/315, Application 22213

CHELLEW, Richard farmer Barossa Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 622 County Frome

CHELLEW, Richard Amos miner Williamstown 1912 Memorial 90/466

CHELLEW, William mason North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 213/26

CHELLEW, William Henry farmer Culburra. Hundred of Coneybeer land grant 1913 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

CHENEY, Edward Hannel yeoman Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 111/41.

CHENEY, George of Blyth 1885 Memorial 19/372

No 1

CHENEY, Thomas yeoman North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 250/91

CHENEY, Thomas farmer formerly of North Adelaide but now of the Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1856 Memorial 177/95

CHENEY, Thomas formerly yeoman North Adelaide 1855 but now farmer near Templers 1873 Application 12749

CHENNELL, Charles Frank warehouseman Adelaide 1912 Memorial 207/466

CHENOWETH, Edwin farmer Willunga 1863 Memorial 150/189

No 1

CHENOWETH, Henry farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1882 Memorial 204/345

CHENOWETH, Henry farmer Smith Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

CHENOWETH, Henry of Smith Bay Kangaroo Island 1889 Memorial 19/396

CHENOWETH, Henry farmer Nepean Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1902 Grant Book 11 Page 61 County Carnarvon

CHENOWETH, John James farmer Aldinga 1915 Memorial 59/472

No 1 – the Elder

CHENOWETH, William farmer Willunga 1853[-1869] Memorial 460/46, Application 2342

CHENOWETH, William farmer formerly of Willunga 1858 but now of Aldinga 1871 Application 11653

CHENOWETH, William gentleman formerly of Rose Cottage Willunga but then of Sellicks Hill, died c1904. Executors; John James Chenoweth farmer Sellicks Hill and George HUNT farmer Myponga Memorial 195/451

No 2 – the Younger

CHENOWETH, William the Younger farmer Aldinga Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

CHENRY, Thomas farmer Ashwell/Templers 1862[-1863] Memorial 39/191

CHERITON, Graham Rankine salesman Adelaide 1922 Memorial 60/485

CHERITON, James McCord farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1926 Memorial 146/494

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHERITON, John farmer Strathalbyn 1853[-1855] Memorial 465/53

CHERITON, John farmer Angas River 1857 Memorial 104/129

CHERITON, John farmer Angas Special Survey 1858. Enrolment/

CHERITON, John farmer Angas Special Survey 1861 Memorial 300/178

CHERITON, John farmer Whitestone Farm Angas Plains 1861[-1867] Memorial 168/175

CHERITON, John the Elder farmer Strathalbyn linked with John Cheriton the Younger farmer Belvidere 1881 Memorial 30/332

CHERITON, John auctioneer Strathalbyn 1886 Application 20987

CHERITON, John the Elder auctioneer Strathalbyn 1902 Memorial 226/445

CHERITON, John out of business Strathalbyn 1915, declared that he had lived in the area for some 58 years Application 26447

CHERITON, Richard farmer Lake Plains 1861 Memorial 300/178

No 1

CHERRY, Edward railway station master Bassett Town 1858 Memorial 344/136

CHERRY, Edward station master Gawler 1859 Memorial 308/153

CHERRY, Edward stationmaster Pt Adelaide, died c1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Cherry Memorial 222/213

CHERRY, Elizabeth widow Bassett Town 1867 Memorial 120/223

CHERRY, Elizabeth widow Bassett Town near Gawler mother of Percival Alexander Cherry and William Herbert Cherry 1879 Memorial 37/315

No 1

CHERRY, John gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 412/71

CHERRY, John of HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 497/86

CHERRY, Jane widow Walkerville 1887 Memorial 192/383

CHERRY, Jane widow Walkerville 1887 Application 21168

CHERRY, Mrs John widow Warwick St, Walkerville 1889 Application 21724

No 2

CHERRY, John farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1875[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 146 County Victoria

No 1

CHERRY, Luke builder Pt Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 100/73

CHERRY, Luke licensed victualler formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Pt Wakefield 1856 Memorial 417/97

CHERRY, Percival Alexander of Kent Town, died c1884. Brother to William Herbert Cherry teacher Kent Town and nephew to George Vosper BASSETT of Kent Town Memorial 120/364

CHERRY, PF secretary to the SA Railway Commissioner 1941 Memorial 63/515

CHERRY, Thomas of Pt Wakefield 1873 Memorial 103/266

CHERRY, William Herbert teacher Kent Town 1885, a brother to Percival Alexander Cherry gentleman Tasmania, who died 26/9/1884. By 1896, WH Cherry was living in Currie St, Adelaide; likely that he had lived in Grote St, Adelaide, before moving to Kent Town c1885. George Vosper BASSETT farmer Bassett Town was an uncle to the Cherry brothers. Likely that he was a brother to Mrs Elizabeth Cherry widow Bassett Town (probably widow of Edward Cherry railway station master Bassett Town 1858) Application 23123

CHESNEY, Robert Joseph shirt manufacturer tailor and mercer 1913 Memorial 174/469

CHESSON, Henry mason Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1916 Grant Book 2 Page 34 County Adelaide

CHESSON, Jacob farmer Rochester. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1892 Grant Book 55 Page 43 County Stanley

CHESSON, John undertaker's assistant Smithfield 1900 Application 23959

No 1

CHESSON, Thomas farmer Ashwell/ Templers 1862[-1863] Memorial 39/191

CHESSON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Light 1862 Application 2839

CHESSON, Thomas farmer Lyndoch Valley. Union Chapel Lyndoch Valley foundation trustee 1854. He had moved to Templers by 1864, but still continued to serve Application 5698

No 2

CHESSON, Thomas bootmaker Kensington 1877 Application 16323

CHESSON, William bootmaker Kensington 1877 Memorial 14/302, Application 16323

CHESTER, Alice Selina and Margaret Elizabeth spinsters Springbank, Goodwood Road 1872 Memorial 87/259

CHESTER, Charles Joseph pawnbroker Adelaide (Freeman St) 1875[-1895] Memorial 64/279

No 1

CHESTER, George farmer Kapunda 1866 Memorial 82/216

CHESTER, George miner Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

CHESTER, George miner Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

No 2

CHESTER, George mason Kapunda 1885 Grant Book 18 Page 20 County Eyre

No 1

CHESTER, Henry Wesleyan Methodist minister Minlaton 1899 Grant Book 19 Page 316 County Fergusson

CHESTER, Henry Methodist minister Angaston 1907 Memorial 90/457

CHESTER, Henry Methodist Minister the Superintendent Preacher for the time being Angaston 1911 Application 26005

No 2

CHESTER, Henry out of business Springbank 1925 Application 27342

CHESTER, Henry Atkinson accountant Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 303 County Not named

CHESTER, Richard carpenter Queenstown 1857[-1861] Memorial 168/115

CHESTER, RC bootmaker Queenstown 1895 Application 23017

No 1

CHESTER, William farmer Springbank near Adelaide and Margaret Elizabeth Chester his wife 1857 Memorial 99/120

CHESTER, William Thomas (frequently known as William Chester) farmer Springbank Goodwood Rd near Adelaide and Margaret Elizabeth Chester nee MANNING his wife 1859. WT Chester died c1900. Father of Henry Alfred Chester labourer Lower Mitcham. Executor; Stephen Goldup FINN gentleman Goodwood Road Memorials 111 & 113-114/444

CHESTER, William farmer Springbank, Goodwood 1872 Application 12085

CHESTER, William farmer Goodwood, died 30/9/1883. He left his real estate in trust to his widow, for life or until remarriage, then to their son, Henry Alfred Chester labourer Lower Mitcham, absolutely in remainder expectant. Margaret Elizabeth Chester widow of the late William Chester farmer Goodwood, died 8/1/1899, of senile decay, aged 76. HA Chester inherited the real estate Application 24361

No 1

CHESTER, William farmer Morgan 1886 Memorial 3/381

CHESTER, William farmer Bramfield Hundred of Way land grant 1893 Grant Book 48 Page 51 County Musgrave

CHESTER, William farmer Hundred of Way 1893 Memorial 96/418

No 1

CHESTER, William Henry cattle dealer Woodside 1921[-1923] Memorial 128/483

CHESTER, William Henry stockdealer Balhannah 1928 Memorial 65/499

No 1

CHESTERMAN, Joseph Encounter Bay 1849 Memorial 128/30

CHESTERMAN, Joseph gentleman Pt Elliot 1853 Memorial 30/49

CHESTERMAN, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 89/70

No 1

CHESTERMAN, Josiah farmer Unley 1855[-1858] Memorial 213/88

CHESTERMAN, Josiah contractor Unley 1856 Memorial 6/102

CHESTERMAN, Josiah gentleman Peachey Belt 1859 Memorial 139/149

No 1

CHEW, John plumber and glazier Goolwa 1858 Memorial 29/137

CHEW, John 44 bachelor plumber and painter Norwood (Father: Joseph Chew) married Jane BEAUMONT 51 widow Hindmarsh (Father; Enos Dyer) on 3/9/1875 St Bartholomew's Norwood. Minister: WB ANDREWS. Witnesses; William Chew plumber Norwood and Jane Chew. Jane Chew wife of John Chew painter Orsmond St, Hindmarsh, died 7/6/1897 Adelaide Hospital, of senile decay, shock and nervous exhaustion, aged 76 Application 23610

CHEW, William of Goolwa 1858 Memorial 30/137

CHEWINGS, Charles and Thomas sheep farmers Mintaro 1882[-1883] Memorial 43/347

CHEWINGS, Cyrus Braddock clerk Adelaide 1917 Memorial 96/489

No 1

CHEWINGS, George sheep farmer Teetulpa Station 1879 Memorial 191/319

CHEWINGS, George gentleman Kent Town and Thomas Chewings no description (Husband of Maria Rhodes Chewings), sons of the late John Chewings formerly sheep farmer Wookongarie but now deceased by 1886 Memorial 38/379

CHEWINGS, Harold Thomas labourer Mackay Qld linked with Henry Chewings land agent Adelaide 1917 Memorial 99/475

No 1

CHEWINGS, Henry agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 252 County Not named

CHEWINGS, Henry agent Adelaide 1899[-1900] Memorial 127/437

No 1

CHEWINGS, John of the Barossa Special Survey 1844 In partnership with George HILES Memorial 16/4.

CHEWINGS, John sheep farmer Mungebby [Mungibbie??} 1852 Memorial 192/39

CHEWINGS, John landholder East Auburn 1855[-1860] Memorial 411/93

CHEWINGS, John sheep farmer Mintaro 1857[-1877] Memorial 303/130

CHEWINGS, John sheep farmer Mt Bryan 1857 Memorial 314/122

CHEWINGS, John sheep farmer near Mt Bryan 1861 Application 2028

CHEWINGS, John sheep farmer Wookongoree 1875 Application 14326

CHEWINGS, John sheep farmer Wookongarie 1871 Memorial 184/252

CHEWINGS, John formerly landholder East Auburn 1855 but now gentleman The Willows Mintaro 1876 Application 15256

CHEWINGS, John sheep farmer Wookongarie, died 26/4/1879. He left his real estate in trust for the benefit of his wife, Sarah Chewings, during her lifetime, then to his unnamed children according to instructions in the will Memorial 50/317

CHEWINGS, John sheep farmer Wookongarie 1868, died 26/4/1879. Bequests in favour of an unnamed wife. Thomas Chewings farmer Mintaro and Mary Chewings spinster Mintaro related to the testator in some way Memorials 189, 193 & 196/319

CHEWINGS, John sheep farmer Wookongarie, died 26/4/1879 Mintaro. His wife, Sarah Chewings, to inherit his personal estate absolutely, and to have the use of the house and surrounding 80 acres of land rent free for her lifetime. The trustees to sell parts of his Tetulpa Run during her lifetime to provide her with an annual income of £500. The excess in income to be held in trust until her death, and until the children turn 21; then the assets to be distributed amongst them in equal shares absolutely. If any of the sons wished to buy the sheep run, he had to pay his brothers and sisters £2,000 each, which they could receive when they turned 25 Enrolment 15/53

No 1 - probably the same person

CHEWINGS, Thomas sheep farmer Mintaro linked with Mary Chewings spinster Mintaro 1879[-1880] Memorial 193/319

CHEWINGS, Thomas sheep farmer Parakylia 1883[-1884] Memorial 44/347

CHEWINGS, Thomas farmer Mintaro and Mary Chewings of the same place 1880 Application 18362

CHEWINGS, Mary widow Mintaro 1880 Application 18362

CHEYNE, GP clerk Elliston 1896 Memorial 175/427

No 1

CHEYNE, Lawrence farmer The Gilbert 1872 Memorial 7/261

CHEYNE, Lawrence farmer Tothill Creek 1873[-1877] Memorial 41/268

CHEYNE, Lawrence of Colton trustee Public Cemetery Hundred of Colton land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 78 County Musgrave

CHEYNE, Magnus out of business Adelaide took out a lease on a site for a 'hotel and stable of matchboard and galvanised iron' … 'south-west of the proposed Coward Springs Railway Station' 1886 Memorial 102/381

No 1

CHEYNE, Matthew farmer Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 282/44

CHEYNE, Matthew farmer Fourth Creek 1854 Memorial 371/67

CHEYNE, Matthew farmer Riverton 1861 Memorial 146/193

CHEYNE, Matthew farmer near Marrabel 1866 Memorial 123/209

CHEYNE, Matthew farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1870[-1878] Memorial 249/245

CHEYNE, Matthew farmer formerly of near Marrabel on the Dirty Light but now of Bramfield 1879 Memorial 3/316

CHEYNE, Matthew farmer Elliston 1885 Memorial 220/364

CHIBNALL, Annie spinster Fullarton Estate, died 19/4/1933. Aunt to Grace Chibnall, Gerald Middleton Chibnall, John Reedlands Chibnall, Ronald James Chibnall. Bequests to William Hercules SMITH retired farm labourer Rose Tce, Wayville West and Mrs MAWSON Memorial 168/510

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHIBNALL, James farmer Encounter Bay 1847 Memorial 363/11

CHIBNALL, James farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1858] Memorial 248/76

Trustee of the Pt Elliot Public School 1856 Memorial 289/102

CHIBNALL, James the Younger farmer Queen’s Own Town 1883 Application 19922

CHIBNALL, James farmer Middleton 1894 Application 22634.

CHIBNALL, James the Elder farmer Middleton, died 1/6/1886. Husband of Rosanna Chibnall, who died 18/9/1908. Children included James Chibnall the Younger grazier formerly of the Finniss but now Middleton, Rosanna Agnes LIMBERT, Sarah Elizabeth Chibnall, Mary Chibnall, Annie Chibnall and John Chibnall (died 26/7/1893). His wife to get £100 cash and each child £200 cash upon the the testator's death. The rest of the estate in trust for the widow to receive the income for life. After her death, the estate to be sold and the funds to be distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children Application 26159

CHIBNALL, Rosanna widow of the late James Chibnall farmer Middleton, died 18/9/1908, of senile decay and pneumonia (2 days), aged 80. She was born in Wagtown, Scotland, and had been in SA 69 years. 1 son; 4 daughters living; one son dead Deposit 408/1882

CHIBNALL, Rosanna will. All her estate to her unmarried daughters in trust for life, then to the living married daughters and the children of her deceased daughters (to divide the deceased parent’s share) in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate value £1,000. Enrolment 31/55

CHIBNALL, James [formerly the Younger] grazier The Finniss 1887 Memorial 214/385

CHIBNALL, James farmer Reedlands The Finniss linked with John Chibnall farmer The Aloes Middleton 1889 Memorial 36/396

CHIBNALL, James [formerly the Younger] grazier formerly of The Finniss but now of Middleton linked with Rosanna Agnes LIMBERT wife of Edgar Henry Limbert solicitor Adelaid and North Walkerville and Sarah Elizabeth Chibnall spinster Fullarton Estate 1912 Memorial 77/467

CHIBNALL, Mary widow Wattle St, Fullarton Estate, died 22/7/1923 intestate. Mother of Annie Chibnall spinster Wattle St, Fullarton Estate Memorial 63/489

CHIBNALL, Sarah Elizabeth spinster Astwood Fullarton Estate, died 17/9/1926 Adelaide. Sister to Annie Chibnall spinster, and Rosanna Agnes LIMBERT (formerly wife of Edgar Henry Limbert of North Walkerville but now widow) both of the Fullarton Estate. Aunt to Grace Chibnall Limbert spinster Fullarton Estate. Estate worth £5,400. John Reedland Chibnall farmer Middleton mentioned Memorials 136 & 137/499

No 1

CHICK, Alfred John of Upper Dry Creek an infant of the age of 11 years or thereabouts 1855 Memorial 169/93

CHICK, Alfred John bootmaker Tea Tree Gully 1875 Memorial 176/283

CHICK, Alfred John shoemaker Tea Tree Gully Co Adelaide Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 324 County Stanley

CHICK, Alfred John bootmaker Koolunga trustee Cemetery Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 186 County Stanley

No 1

CHICK, William shoemaker Thebarton 1847[-1852] Memorial 273/9

CHICK, William shoemaker married Ann FURZER on 12/9/1840, West Petherton, Somerset, England. The Chicks emigrated to Victoria. William Chick bootmaker Golden Grove died 12/9/1855 intestate. His eldest son, Alfred John Chick bootmaker Tea Tree Gully, born 1/5/1845 near Geelong Vic, inherited his estate as heir at law. Other children were William Chick born 25/7/1849 and Samuel Chick born 5/3/1850 died 13/7/1872. 4 more children died during the lifetime of their father, William Chick. Widow Ann Chick remarried to John JOHNSON labourer Adelaide, who died 23/5/1873. By 1875, widowed Ann Johnson was living in Holland St, Adelaide Application 25830

CHICKTON, Clara spinster Lower Mitcham 1874 Application 13945

CHIDLEY, John James Esquire engineer formerly of Brown St, Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 4/81

CHIDLOW, LJ proclaimed bank manager Manoora 1921 Memorial 129/483

CHIDLOW, Malcolm labourer Stirling East 1887 Application 27515

CHIDZEY, George James Gilbert carpenter Bowden on the Hill 1883 Application 19675

No 1

CHIDZEY, John labourer Penfield 1862 Memorial 134/183

CHIDZEY, John labourer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 337 County Gawler

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHIGWIDDEN, Alexander labourer Unley 1846 Memorial 47/7

Labourer Kensington 1851 Memorial 2/29

CHIGWIDDEN, Alexander farmer Kensington 1847[-1853] Memorial 20/8

CHIGWIDDEN, Alexander farmer Gilbert River 1853[-1868] Memorial 271/64

CHIGWIDDEN, Alexander farmer Angaston 1866 Memorial 314/208

CHIGWIDDEN, Alexander farmer Hundred of Gilbert, died 1/2/1890. Executors; Samuel GLANVILL farmer Riverton and William CASTINE gentleman Riverton Memorial 245/401

CHIGWIDDEN, Alexander [formerly the Younger??] farmer Gilbert River 1892 Application 22205

No 1

CHIGWIDDEN, Charles labourer Unley 1842 Application 27722

CHIGWIDDEN, Charles labourer Unley 1846 Memorial 48/7

labourer Kensington 4/4/1850. He bought the land grant of Section 251, about 5 miles west of the Belvidere Mine and half a mile away from the Gilbert River, Co Light. Later, sub-divided the property to sell to various members of his family Enrolment 36/14.

CHIGWIDDEN, Charles farmer Gilbert River 1853 Memorial 332/190

CHIGWIDDEN, Charles farmer The Gilbert Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1863 Grant Book 56 Page 79 County Stanley

CHIGWIDDEN, Charles labourer Kensington 1892 Application 22207

CHIGWIDDEN, Charles Hughes farmer near Riverton Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 230 County Gawler

CHIGWIDDEN, Frank licensed victualler Norwood 1928 Memorial 162/500

CHIGWIDDEN, Joseph of Gawler 1879 Memorial 42/317

CHIGWIDDEN, Josiah labourer Kensington 1851 Memorial 1/29 farmer Gilbert River 1853[-1868] Enrolment 1/49

CHIGWIDDEN, Josiah labourer formerly of Kensington but now Littlehampton 1887 He could not write Application 21138

No 1

CHIGWIDDEN, Peter labourer Kensington 1851 Memorial 499/28

CHIGWIDDEN, Peter farmer of the Gilbert 1860 Application 1286

CHIGWIDDEN, Peter farmer near Rhynie 1860. He could not write Application 4780

CHIGWIDDEN, Peter farmer near Alma Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 230 County Gawler

CHIGWIDDEN, Peter of Woolyana 1894 Memorial 115/420

No 1

CHIGWIDDEN, William labourer Kensington 1851 Memorial 500/28

CHIGWIDDEN, William farmer Gilbert River 1854[-1855] Memorial 386/62

CHIGWIDDEN, WIlliam farmer Macaw Creek Gilbert River Hundred of Gilbert 1857 Memorial 282/123

CHIGWIDDEN, William bullock driver The Hummocks Hundred of Goyder land grant 1876[-1878] Grant Book 56 Page 418 County Stanley

CHIGWIN, Thomas labourer Gawler South 1922 Application 27097

CHILCOTT, Frederick Bigger master mariner formerly of the Mauritius 1845 but now or late of Double Bay near Sydney NSW 1855 Memorials 348/4 & 385/83

No 1

CHILCOTT, Henry farmer Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 302/99

CHILCOTT, Henry farmer Hundred of Talunga 1859 Memorial 326/156

CHILCOTT, Henry gentleman Mt Pleasant, died c1910. Executor; Samuel DAVIS creamery proprietor Macclesfield Memorial 69/463

No 1

CHILD, Edward Illingworth Esquire Pt Augusta 1855 Memorial 412/89

CHILD, Edward Illingworth gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 73 County Gawler

CHILD, Henry Benjamin labourer Middleton 1869 Memorial 124/239

No 1

CHILDS, Arthur Ernest Adolphus labourer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer and Florence Alice Childs his wife 1908 Memorial 72/460

CHILDS, Arthur Ernest Adolphus labourer formerly of Belvidere Hundred of Bremer but now of North Adelaide, and Florence Alice Childs his wife 1912 Memorial 201/466

No 1

CHILDS, George labourer Payneham 1854 Memorial 364/70

CHILDS, George labourer formerly of Payneham but now of Victoria Creek near Lyndoch Valley 1856 Memorial 330/112

CHILDS, Hugh John labourer Littlehampton 1889 Application 21708

CHILDS, James labourer Penola Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 66 County Grey

No 1

CHILDS, Stephen farmer Littlehampton 1885 Application 20558

CHILDS, Stephen farmer Littlehampton 1886[-1891] Memorial 209/376

CHILDS, Thomas Elliot farmer Sandy Creek 1939 Memorial 23/514

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHILDS, William labourer Hindmarsh 1854[-1855] Memorial 164/76

CHILDS, William of near Oakbank 1861 Application 2252

CHILDS, William the Elder farmer Bonney Flat near Balhannah, died 15/9/1898. Father of William Childs the Younger farmer Bonney Flat, John Childs farmer formerly of Bonney Flat but now of Forster, and George Childs farmer Bonney Flat Memorial 72/437

CHILDS, William the Elder formerly labourer Hindmarsh 1855 late farmer Bonney Flat near Balhannah 1899, who died 1899. He left his real estate to his widow, Susan Childs, for life, then to their children in remainder expectant. Susan Childs widow Balhannah, died 24/4/1902, of angina pectoris, aged 79. The Childs children included - William and John Childs farmers Bonney Flat near Balhannah, and George Childs farmer formerly of Bonney Flat now of Busselton WA 1902 Application 24450

No 1

CHILDVERT, John labourer Glenelg 1850 Memorial 214/25

CHILDVERT, John labourer formerly of Glenelg now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 276/47

CHILES, Patrick gentleman Unley 1877 Application 16528

No 1

CHILES, Samuel blacksmith Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855 Memorial 399/87

CHILES, Samuel formerly blacksmith Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852 but now storekeeper Unley 1867 Application 8521

CHILES, Samuel olive oil manufacturer Unley 1877[-1878] Memorial 214/307, Applications 16794, 16599

CHILES, Samuel gentleman Hyde Park Co Adelaide. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 58 County Carnarvon

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CHILLINGWORTH, Thomas farmer formerly of Mt Barker but now of Maitland 1881[-1888] Memorial 182/336

CHILLINGWORTH, Thomas farmer Encounter Bay 1912 Application 26121

CHILMAN, Joseph farmer Melrose leased land in the Hundred of Maitland Co Fergusson 1882 Memorial 35/340

CHILTON, Louis Edward labourer formerly of Langhorne Creek later of Tailem Bend but now of Sherlock 1936 Application 28037

CHILTON, Syd labourer Langhorne Creek, aged 56 in 1949 Application 28702

No 1

CHILTON, William yeoman Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 27/84

CHILTON, William labourer Bremerton on the Bremer 1858 Memorial 34/148

CHILTON, William labourer near Langhorne Creek 1877 Memorial 211/300

CHILTON, William farmer Langhorne Creek 1896 Memorial 5/429

CHILTON, William Harold farmer near Langhorne Creek 1915 Memorial 21/472

No 1

CHILTON, William Moses labourer Langhorne Creek 1885[-1888] Memorial 138/369

CHILTON, William Moses yeoman Langhorne Creek 1899[-1909] Memorial 105/437

CHILTON, William Moses yeoman Langhorne Creek father of Louis Edward Chilton labourer Langhorne Creek 1927 Memorial 124/498

No 1

CHINN, George mason Adelaide 1858 Memorial 95/133

CHINN, George mason North Adelaide, died 5/2/1866 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Jane Ching, who failed to do the work. New letters of administration to her daughter, the only child and next of kin, Sabina Jane SPRITCH widow Le Fevre Peninsula, to finalise the estate, valued at £660 in 1897 Application 24170

CHINN, Thomas farmer Islington 1854 Memorial 498/63

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHINN, William labourer Adelaide 1841. Husband of Sarah Chinn 1854 Application 7829

CHINN, William labourer Adelaide and Sarah Chinn his wife 1854 Memorial 8/62

CHINN, William farmer Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

CHINN, William miner Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

CHINN, William labourer Kapunda 1880 Memorial 109/321

CHINN, William miner Kapunda and Elizabeth Chinn his wife 1880. [William Chinn had died by 1900] Memorial 229/439

CHINN, Elizabeth widow Kapunda 1911 Memorial 76/464

CHINNER, Agnes of Angas Valley Hundred of Angas Co Sturt 1890 Memorial 198/405

CHINNER, Alan George secretary Leonard Tce, Torrens Park . St Michael's Mitcham trustee 1941 Memorial 106/515

CHINNER, Alfred Ernest saddler Angaston 1904 Application 24802

CHINNER, Amos Baizley baker Angaston 1904 Application 24802

CHINNER, Charles farmer North Rhine 1857[-1859] Memorial 208/129

CHINNER, Edith married woman formerly of 48 Main Street, Henley Beach but now of Salisbury 1933 Memorial 165/506

No 1 - probably the same person

CHINNER, George F mercantile clerk Adelaide 1876 Memorial 71/295

CHINNER, George Frderick accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 132/339, Application 19178

No 1

CHINNER, George William linen draper Adelaide leased a dwelling house and premises on the north-east corner of King William St and Rundle St 1847 Memorial 493/8

CHINNER, George William linen draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852, attorney for John Chinner woollen draper Middleton Cheney, Northants, England Memorial 1/45

CHINNER, George Williams draper Adelaide 1857 Memorial 74/127

CHINNER, George Williams gentleman Brighton 1858[-1864] Memorial 75/148

CHINNER, George William Esquire Brighton 1862 Application 2903

CHINNER, George Williams gentleman Brighton. New Glenelg Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1862 Memorial 158/241

CHINNER, George William gentleman Brighton 1874[-1876] Application 13764

CHINNER, George William gentleman Brighton, died 27/5/1880. Executors: John Henry Chinner insurance manager Adelaide and William Bowen Chinner professor of Music Adelaide 1896 Memorial 93/429

CHINNER, George William gentleman Brighton, died 27/5/1880. Executors: Charles WYLDE out of business Glenelg, The Hon Thomas KING newspaper proprietor Glenelg and Alexander Andrew SCOTT ironmonger Adelaide. Estate worth £12,000 Application 18917

CHINNER, James farmer Keyneton 1885 Memorial 61/367

No 1

CHINNER, John farmer Angaston 1846 Memorial 294/6

CHINNER, John farmer North Rhine 1854[-1855] Memorial 111/68

No 2

CHINNER, John formerly baker, but now woollen draper Middleton Cheney, Northants, England, power of attorney to George William CHINNER linen draper Rundle St, Adelaide, to sell land in SA 7/8/1851 Deposit 28/OA

No 1

CHINNER, John Henry insurance agent Adelaide 1896 Application 23248

CHINNER, John Henry insurance society manager Parkside 1904 Memorial 141/452

CHINNER, John Henry insurance manager Adelaide 1909 Application 25588

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHINNER, William builder Angaston 1854 Memorial 500/61

CHINNER, William stonemason Angaston 1857 Memorial 247/129

CHINNER, William stonemason Angaston 1903 Application 24642

CHINNER, William mason and gardener Angaston, died 29/4/1904 Memorial 20/461

CHINNER, William the Elder builder Angaston, died 29/4/1904. His real estate in trust to his wife, Mary Chinner, for life, then to be sold for the benefit of 6 daughters in remainder expectant. Trustees: William Chinner the Younger builder Angaston and Thomas Henry Chinner draper Crafers 1904 Application 24802

No 2

CHINNER, William gentleman Brighton 1871 Memorial 15/254

CHINNER, William Bowen professor of music Adelaide 1879[-1907] Memorial 236/315, Application 21679

No 1

CHIPP, Henry Edward carrier Adelaide 1880 Memorial 135/327

CHIPP, Harry Edward gentleman Norwood, power of attorney to his wife Annie Ursula CHIPP, and in event of her death, Claude Johnson Samuel SHUTTLEWORTH agent Adelaide, to manage his SA estate 13/4/1881 Deposit 72/1881

CHIPPENDALE, Clement Henry Esquire Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 273/22

CHIPPETT, Robert draper Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 78/121

CHIRGWIN, Enoch labourer Penneshaw Kangaroo Island. Penneshaw (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 39 County Carnarvon

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CHIRGWIN, John farmer Rapid Bay 1862 Memorial 233/183

CHIRGWIN, Mr labourer Yankalilla 1864 Application 5213

CHIRGWIN, Martin farmer Noarlunga 1849[-1851] Memorial 225/17

CHIRGWIN, Martin James farmer Wisanger Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1906 Grant Book 11 Page 63 County Carnarvon

CHIRGWIN, Thomas labourer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1904 Grant Book 11 Page 13 County Carnarvon

No 1

CHIRGWIN, William farmer Noarlunga 1849 Memorial 226/17

CHIRGWIN, William labourer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 81/77

CHIRNSIDE, Thomas Esquire Werribee Park, Wyndham Vic, now in parts beyond the sea 1882 Application 18984

No 1

CHISHOLM, James Esquire Gledswood NSW 1850[-1853] Memorial 474/56

CHISHOLM, James Esquire Kippalaw, Co Argyle NSW, power of attorney to Henry FIELD Esquire of Yankalilla, to manage his SA property 25/3/1851 Enrolment 17/4

CHISHOLM, James of Gledswood near Campbelltown NSW 1845[-1856] Memorial 188/94

CHISHOLM, James Esquire Gledswood near Campbelltown NSW and Elizabeth Margaret Chisholm his wife 1854 Memorial 479/66

CHISHOLM, James Esquire formerly of Gledswood near Campbelltown NSW but now or late of Kippalaw Co Argyle NSW 1857 Memorial 9/122

CHISHOLM, James Esquire Goulburn NSW 1857 He owned land in the Hundred of Goolwa Memorial 11/132

CHISHOLM, James gentleman Goulburn NSW 1860 He sold land at Goolwa Memorial 139/169

No 2

CHISHOLM, James carpenter Strathalbyn 1852 Memorial 231/51

CHISHOLM, James builder Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 152/111

CHISHOLM, James carpenter Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 1/115

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

CHISHOLM, James sheep farmer Hundred of Burdett Co Russell 1862 Memorial 95/186

CHISHOLM, James farmer East Wellington Murray River Hundred of Seymour land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 118 County Russell

CHISHOLM, John farmer Willunga 1848[-1852] Memorial 224/12.

CHISHOLM, Roderick farmer Willunga 1857[-1860] Memorial 28/129

No 1

CHISLEY, Joseph of Kensington 1850 Memorial 316/28

CHISLEY, Joseph brickmaker formerly of Kensington 1850 but now of Geelong Vic 1854 Application 24679

CHISLEY, Joseph formerly of Kensington but now brickmaker Geelong Vic 1887 Memorial 36/387

CHITTENDEN, Charles Thomas shipwright Alberton 1842 Memorial 18/13

No 1

CHITTENDEN, John labourer Pt Wakefield 1885[-1886] Application 20797

CHITTENDEN, John labourer formerly of Pt Wakefield, but now of Quorn 1891 Application 22086

CHITTENDEN, Rebecca spinster Providence Place near Adelaide, power of attorney to Emily STONEHOUSE spinster Plympton House, Plympton, to manage the affairs of the estate of the late Rev’d George STONEHOUSE, who died 24/7/1871 at Providence Place, in her place while she was absent from the province 20/10/1873 Deposit 55/1877

No 1

CHITTLEBOROUGH, AB law clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 180/340

CHITTLEBOROUGH, AB of Southwark 1899 Memorial 10/438

No 1

CHITTLEBOROUGH, George farmer Hundred of Tickera 1885[-1886] Memorial 157/372

CHITTLEBOROUGH, George farmer Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 220 County Daly

No 1 - the Elder

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James farmer Hurtle Vale 1844 Memorial 245/4

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James and William farmers Hurtle Vale 1855 Memorial 378/84

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James the Elder Chelsea pensioner, died date not stated. His heirs as at 1883 included - James Chittleborough formerly the Younger commercial traveller, Charles James Chittleborough fitter, Henry Carew Chittleborough telegraph officer and Elizabeth Loney Betsy BOLD wife of John Garvock Bold retired railway officer 1883 Memorial 27/354

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James the Elder farmer Hurtle Vale, died 4/10/1853. He left Section 540 Hundred of Noarlunga to be divided equally amongst his five children. One of the daughters, Elizabeth Loney Betsy Chittleborough 29 spinster Hurtle Vale married John Garvock BOLD 37 bachelor customs house officer on 25/9/1853 Bride's father's residence Hurtle Vale. Minister: John W SCHOALES. Witnesses: John and Eliza BROWN. The Bolds lived at Alberton, Hindmarsh and Hurtle Vale (on the land which Mrs Bold had inherited from her father) and other places in the colony, until his death at Hurtle Vale. Widow Elizabeth Loney Bold of Reynella, relict of John Garvick Bold stationmaster, died 15/6/1912 South Tce, Adelaide, of senility and angina pectoris, aged 88. She had continued to live alone in her residence at Hurtle Vale until about 1 year 9 months before her death. Born in Portsmouth, England. In SA for 76 years. The Bolds had no family. Another daughter of James Chittleborough the Elder, Sarah Chittleborough, married John BROWN on 24/1/1854 Application 26097

No 2 - the Younger

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James licensed victualler Beresford 1856 He surrendered the lease of the Heart and Hand public house Prospect to John ELDRIDGE gentleman Adelaide who then ran the public house himself Memorials 55 & 56/96

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James licensed victualler Kent Town 1856 Memorial 11/110

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James clerk Adelaide 1867 Application 8125

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James engineer and ironfounder Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 40/239

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James commercial traveller Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 43 County Carnarvon

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James commercial traveller Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 161 County Manchester

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James land agent Hindmarsh 1905 Application 25027

No 3

CHITTLEBOROUGH, James farmer Lochiel. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 439 County Daly

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CHITTLEBOROUGH, John Miller linked with Section 16W Hundred of Ninnes Co Daly 1885 Memorial 45/372

CHITTLEBOROUGH, John Miller labourer Lower Mitcham. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 22 County Adelaide

CHITTLEBOROUGH, Percy Edgar clerk Hindmarsh 1883 Application 24047

No 1

CHITTLEBOROUGH, Robert Hay farmer Kadina 1890 Memorial 90/405

CHITTLEBOROUGH, Robert Hay labourer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 95 County Daly

No 1

CHITTLEBOROUGH, William farmer Hurtle Vale 1855[-1891] Memorial 378/84

CHITTLEBOROUGH, William farmer Happy Valley 1863 Memorial 16/191

CHITTLEBOROUGH, William James labourer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 129/8

CHITTOCK, James Chittock labourer Sandhurst Vic and Emma Chittock his wife 1876, formerly Emma WEAR spinster Adelaide 1852 Application 15160

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHIVELL, George farmer Plympton 1849[-1852] Memorial 425/13

CHIVELL, George farmer Bay Road 1854 Memorial 304/76

CHIVELL, George shoemaker Adelaide Aug 1852 Memorial 450/41.

CHIVELL, George gardener Adelaide 1854 Memorial 477/66

CHIVELL, George gardener Lower Plympton 1851, died 15/5/1862. Husband of Hannah Maria Chivell. By 1884 she had remarried to Heinrich Ludwig BECKMANN gardener Plympton Memorials 87/362 & 117/362

BECKMANN, Maria wife of Henry Backman mason Edwardstown, was formerly the wife of George CHIVELL gardener Edwardstown. She had lived on the same property from 1841 until the present day (1868), except for a trip to England 1854-1856. Soil of Edwardstown ‘well known to me from personal observation for … the nature and good quality of the ground’ Application 8785

No 2

CHIVELL, George of Koolunga of Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 325 County Stanley

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHIVELL, Joseph mason Unley 1843 Application 22926

CHIVELL, Joseph mason Unley 1843[-1845] Memorial 409/2 Miner Unley 1849. Enrolment 10/26

CHIVELL, Joseph miner Unley 1849[-1855] Memorial 488/41.

CHIVELL, Joseph farmer Lower Plympton, died c1855. He left his estate to his wife, Ann Benny Goard Chivell, absolutely, providing that she never remarried. If that occurred, all children born of her [probably by Joseph Chivell?] to inherit the property absolutely once an equal division of the estate occurred when the youngest child turned 21. George Chivell a gardener of no stated address was a witness Memorial 2/84

CHIVELL, Joseph the Elder farmer Plympton, died c1855. By 1871, his widow, Ann Benney Goard Chivell, had remarried and was living at Kadina, as the wife of William RICHARDS farmer Kadina. Her family by Joseph Chivell [appears to be only part] was disposed as follows - Elizabeth BROSTER wife of George Broster farmer Peachey Belt, Samuel Chivell farmer Light River, Mary Jane JOSE wife of William Jose farmer Edwardstown, Matilda WORDON wife of George Wordon farmer Peachey Belt, Maria PEDERICK wife of James Pederick farmer Pt Gawler, George Chivell farmer Plympton, John Chivell labourer South Road (21 on 25/9/1869) and Thomas Chivell labourer formerly of Plympton but now in parts beyond the seas (listed last but apparently not the youngest child) Memorial 69/257

CHIVELL, Joseph farmer Lower Plympton, died c1855. His whole estate to his wife, Ann Benney Goard Chivell. A family friend, Robert BURNARD the Elder painter Plympton, declared that he had known the family well since 1839. The family included Elizabeth Chivell later wife of George BROSTER of Peachey Belt; Samuel Chivell farmer Light River; Mary Jane Chivell later wife of William JOSE of Edwardstown; Matilda Chivell later wife of George WORDON of Peachey Belt; Maria Chivell later wife of James PEDERICK of Pt Gawler; George Chivell farmer Plympton; John Chivell farmer Plympton; John Chivell farmer Plympton (born 25/9/1848); Thomas Chivell, who left for Melbourne and, apart from a letter about a year after he left, had never been heard of since (an event often talked of in the family); and Ann Benney Chivell who died 4/6/1864. Joseph Chivell's widow, Ann Benney Goard Chivell remarried 8/5/1858 to William RICHARDS farmer Kadina Application 11842

CHIVELL, Joseph [the Younger?] farmer Gawler Plains 1855[-1861] Memorial 53/82

CHIVELL, Joseph [the Younger?] farmer Section 107 near Adelaide 1871 Memorial 29/256

CHIVELL, Joseph farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains 1856 but now of Munno Para 1873 [Likely to be the same address] Application 12685

CHIVELL, Joseph farmer Penfield married Jane MENADUE widow Burton in 1888 Memorial 204/425

CHIVELL, Jane widow near Salisbury, died c1895. Relict of the late Joseph Chivell formerly farmer near Salisbury but now deceased and before that relict of the late Hugh MENADUE formerly farmer Peachey Belt now deceased Memorial 205/425

No 1
CHIVELL, Samuel farmer Plympton 1853 Memorial 253/49

CHIVELL, Samuel farmer formerly of Plympton now of Munno Para 1854[-1856] Memorial 496/67

CHIVELL, Samuel farmer Peachey Belt 1862 Application 3751

CHIVELL, Samuel farmer Mallala Hundred of Grace land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 56 County Gawler

No 1

CHIVELL, William miner Plympton 1849 Memorial 317/20

CHIVELL, William miner Plympton. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 91 County Adelaide

CHIVELL, William farmer Gawler Plains 1850[-1856] Memorial 404/24

CHIVELL, William farmer Peachey Belt 1859[-1864] Memorial 224/155

CHIVELL, William farmer Peachey Belt near Penfield 1864 Application 4865

CHIVELLE, SAC spinster Birkenhead 1884 Memorial 93/442

CHIVERS, Charles engineer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 91/61

No 1

CHOAT, Henry of Goodwood 1854 Memorial 84/67

CHOAT, Henry farmer Goodwood 1857 Memorial 36/120

CHOAT, Henry farmer Edwardstown 1858 Edwardstown Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 220/138

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CHOAT, Henry farmer Millswood 1882 Application 19520

CHOAT, Ian Elwin salesman Stirling West 1942 Memorial 133/516

No 1

CHOAT, Joseph labourer Goodwood 1848 Memorial 475/12

CHOAT, Joseph married 16/11/1827. His son, Henry Choat, was baptised 13/4/1828. Joseph Choat labourer Black Forest, died 3/5/1849 slow fever, aged 42. His son, Henry Choat farmer Goodwood, inherited his estate Application 17216

CHOAT, William undertaker's assistant Lower Mitcham 1896 Memorial 144/429

No 1

CHOLMONDELEY, Richard Vernon vigneron Happy Valley 1890[-1894] Memorial 188/402, Application 22666

CHOLMONDELEY, Richard Vernon Esquire vigneron Hurtle Vale Vineyard Happy Valley near Adelaide 1897 Formerly of Happy Valley but now in parts beyond the seas 1898 Memorials 111 & 132/436

CHOLMONDELEY, Richard Vernon vigneron Adelaide (27 Grenfell St) 1902 Memorial 24/448

CHOLMONDELEY, Richard Vernon vigneron Happy Valley and Hilda Georgina Cholmondeley his wife 1903 Memorial 49/448

CHOLMONDELEY, Richard Vernon Esquire Vale Royal Vineyard O'Halloran Hill, died 30/8/1918. Husband of Hilda Georgina Cholmondeley Memorial 173/498

CHOLMONDELEY, Hilda Georgina widow Vale Royal Vineyard O'Halloran Hill linked with Victoria Millicent Cholmondeley spinster Vale Royal Vineyard, Hilda Stevenson HAMILTON wife of Colonel James Stevenson Hamilton of parts beyond the seas and Richard Vernon Cholmondeley student of parts beyond the seas 1936 Memorial 115/510

CHOLMONDELEY, Victoria Millicent spinster formerly of Vale Royal Vineyard O'Halloran Hill but now of 18 Queen's Gate Place Mews, South Kensington and Lettice Cholmondeley spinster c/- The Midland Bank, Welshpool, Co Montgomery, Wales 1957 Memorial 120/531

CHOULES, William labourer Lyndoch 1884 Application 20185

CHOWN, Ronald Edward Albert linotype operator Woodville Road, Woodville 1955 Memorial 99/530

CHRESTY, James farmer Coromandel Valley 1874 Memorial 233/275

CHRISP, Alexander Donald retired bank manager Adelaide 1920 Memorial 125/498

No 1

CHRISTEN, August Franz and Octavius Wilhelm merchants Adelaide 1865 Memorial 113/205

CHRISTEN, August Franz, Octavio Wilhelm Christen and Johann Lucas Ferdinand ISERNHAGEN merchants Adelaide, trading under the style or firm of AF Christen & Co, became bankrupts in 1866 Memorial 2/218

CHRISTEN, August Franz died c1870. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Johanne Friedericke Marie Christen, until their children came of age, then to receive 6% of the estate until her death. Then the estate to go to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. If no children, or other direct descendants, the estate to go to the brothers and sisters of the testator and his wife with 2/5ths to the children of his brother Martin Heinrich Theodor Christen in Hamburg, Germany. Executors - the testator's brother, Octavio Wilhelm Christen and his brother-in-law Ferdinand ISERNHAGEN Memorial 153/249

CHRISTEN, Heinrich Gustav and Johannes HAYES/HARJES grocers Adelaide (Pirie St), trading under the style or firm of HG Christen & Co 1856[-1857] Memorial 33/101

CHRISTEN, Hugo Johannes grocer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1874 Memorial 99/275

No 1

CHRISTEN, Octavius Wilhelm merchant Adelaide 1864[-1877] Memorial 103/195, Application 5195

CHRISTEN, Octavius Wilhelm merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1869 Memorial 158/242

CHRISTEN, Octavio Wilhelm, August Franz Christen and Johann Lucas Ferdinand ISERNHAGEN merchants Adelaide, trading under the style or firm of AF Christen & Co, became bankrupts in 1866 Memorial 2/218

CHRISTEN, Octavius Wilhelm and Johann Lucas Ferdinand ISERNHAGEN merchants and general storekeepers Adelaide (Grenfell St), trading under the style or firm of W Christen & Co, became bankrupts in 1873 Memorial 227/270

No 1

CHRISTENSON, James of Mallala Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 225 County Gawler

CHRISTENSON, James Kjargod farmer formerly of Dalkey but now of Booleroo 1880 Memorial 100/327

CHRISTENSON, James Kjargod farmer Dalkey Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 621 County Frome

No 1

CHRISTENSON, William farmer Dalkey trustee Public School Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

CHRISTENSON, William farmer Back Creek 1883 Memorial 195/347

CHRISTENSON, William [formerly farmer Back Creek but now] licensed victualler Modbury 1884 Memorial 136/355

No 1

CHRISTIAN, Daniel stonemason Clare 1860 Memorial 164/170

CHRISTIAN, Daniel plasterer Clare 1866 Application 8500

CHRISTIAN, Daniel stonemason Clare 1877 Memorial 7/300

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CHRISTIAN, Johann Gottlieb the Elder farmer formerly of Rowlands Flat but now of Krondorf and Anna Eleonore Christian his wife 1871 Memorial 46/253

CHRISTIAN, Eleonore wife of Gottlieb Christian farmer Krondorf, died 21/7/1887, of old age aged 80. Mother of Johann Gottlieb Christian the Younger Application 21368

CHRISTIAN, Johann Gottlieb the Younger farmer Krondorf 1871 Memorial 46/253

CHRISTIAN, JG farmer Yaninee via Pt Lincoln 1918 Memorial 67/477

CHRISTIANSEN, JC farmer Balaklava 1883 Memorial 172/351

CHRISTIE, AH bank manager Appila Yarowie 1881 Memorial 106/338

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

CHRISTIE, Alexander and Maxwell of Adelaide 1839. They had a land grant of Section 90 Survey B 19/8/1839. Alexander Christie farmer Woodside Black Forest & Maxwell Christie ship’s carpenter Woodside Black Forest 1845. Memorial 415/4

CHRISTIE, Alexander and Maxwell of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 66/77

CHRISTIE, Alexander farmer Woodside Black Forest 1854 Memorial 287/77

CHRISTIE, Alexander farmer Black Forest 1855[-1874] Memorial 429/85

CHRISTIE, Alexander farmer Edwardstown, died c1874. He left his entire estate to his sister, Jane Christie, absolutely Memorial 27/278

CHRISTIE, Alexander farmer The Stockyards Rapid Bay 1858 Memorial 343/139

CHRISTIE, Alexander farmer near Cape Jervis 1866 Memorial 89/212

CHRISTIE, Alexander farmer formerly of Woodside Black Forest but then of Cape Jervis, died 27/2/1883. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Ann Christie, during her lifetime, then equally to his unnamed children absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 245/349 & RPA Search 1245

CHRISTIE, Alexander farmer formerly of Woodside Black Forest near Adelaide late of Cape Jervis, died 27/2/1883. Personal estate to his wife absolutely, real estate to his wife for life, then to the children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £965. His wife, Ann Christie, died 19/1/1897, of senile decay, aged 76. Their family included: William Christie farmer Delamere, Agnes JONES wife of George Jones butcher Stansbury, Ann Jones wife of Thomas Jones labourer Delamere, John Christie labourer Stansbury, Maxwelll Alexander Christie farmer Cape Jervis, Janet PIKE wife of Tom Pike blacksmith Oakbank, Henryh Samuel Christie light house keeper Pt Darwin, Lambert Ferris Bowden Christie farmer Morphett Vale, Hugh Watson Christie light house keeper Pt Darwin, Jane CHALLENGER wife of James Challenger miner near Coolgardie WA, Jemima MITCHELL wife of Frederick Mitchell farmer Delamere, Lillias GOBELL wife of Benjamin Gobell miner Broken Hill NSW 1897 Application 23485

CHRISTIE, Alexander died 27/2/1883. By 1886, his family was situated thus; His widow, Ann Dowie Christie lived at Cape Jervis. Children - Agnes JONES wife of George Jones farmer Stansbury, Anne Jones wife of Thomas Jones farmer Cape Jervis, John Christie storekeeper Kangaroo Island, Maxwell Alexander Christie mail contractor Cape Jervis, Janet PIKE wife of Thomas Pike blacksmith Woodside, Henry Samuel Christie lightkeeper Adelaide, Lambert Ferris Bowden Christie blacksmith Kangaroo Island, Hugh Watson Christie lighthouse keeper Yorke Peninsula, Jane Christie spinster Cape Jervis, Lillias Christie spinster Cape Jervis, Jemima Christie spinster Cape Jervis and William Christie farmer Delamere (William Christie died 24/2/1923) Memorial 6/385 & RPA Search 1245

CHRISTIE, Alfred John farm labourer Penneshaw Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Haines land grant 1937 Grant Book 11 Page 125 County Carnarvon

No 1

CHRISTIE, John assayer South Australia 1851 Memorial 466/34

No 2 – son of Maxwell Christie

CHRISTIE, John farmer Edwardstown 1873 Memorial 195/269

CHRISTIE, John farmer formerly of Edwardstown 1873 but now of Pt Pirie 1877 Application 16528

No 1 – likely to be the same person

CHRISTIE, John farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Penneshaw (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 38 County Carnarvon

CHRISTIE, John storekeeper Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Penneshaw (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 38 County Carnarvon

No 1

CHRISTIE, Lambert Ferris Bawden blacksmith Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) towship allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 46 County Carnarvon

CHRISTIE, Lambert Ferris blacksmith Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1884 Memorial 32/362

No 1

CHRISTIE, Maxwell ship carpenter Woodside Black Forest 1845 Memorial 415/4

CHRISTIE, Maxwell, died 30/10/1850 intestate. His eldest son and heir at law, William Christie, died 30/8/1873. W Christie left his estate in equal shares absolutely to his two brothers, Alexander and John Christie farmers Edwardstown, and his sister, Jane Robertson, wife of George Robertson farmer Edwardstown Memorial 37/278

No 1

CHRISTIE, Robert yeoman Islington foundation trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Islington 1845 Memorial 260/5

CHRISTIE, Robert and TAYLOR, George farmers Islington 1846 Memorial 332/7

CHRISTIE, Robert farmer South Para 1851[-1854] Memorial 64/35.

CHRISTIE, Robert farmer Para Wirra 1855 Memorial 300/93

CHRISTIE, Robert formerly policeman Adelaide 1840 later stockholder Islington 1844 but now farmer Para Wirria 1855 Application 6704

CHRISTIE, Robert formerly yeoman Islington, died 27/11/1855 Hindmarsh. Husband of Sarah Christie. Probably father of Sarah COULTER married woman Smithfield. By 1919, Alexander Christie Coulter and Hugh Porter Coulter farmers near Smithfield, Elizabeth TWELFTREE married woman Smithfield and Eva BROSTER married woman Penfield also associated as trustees of the estate of the late Robert Christie Memorial 72/479

In 1856, Sarah Christie lived at One Tree Hill Memorial 495/100

CHRISTIE, Robert yeoman Islington, died 27/11/1855. Husband of Sarah CHRISTIE. He left Section 1669 on the South Para River to his daughter Mary CALVER wife of James Calver of Mt Torrens in trust for life, then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. He left Section 1710 Hundred of Para Wirra in trust for life for his daughter, Sarah COULTER wife of Thomas Coulter farmer Para Wirra (they married 22/12/1851 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide) for life, then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Sarah Coulter died 19/5/1918. Mother of: Robert Christie Coulter farmer Clinton Centre; Christiana Christine HALLIDAY widow [of Albert Halliday] Broken Hill NSW; Thomas Coulter farmer Eurania; Mary ILLMAN married woman near [married Joseph Illman] Ardrossan; Agnes LOCK married woman [married John Lock] Prospect; Alexander Christie Coulter farmer near Smithfield; Hugh Porter Coulter farmer near Smithfield; Elizabeth TWELFTREE married woman near Smithfield; and Eva BROSTER married woman [married William Broster] Penfield. The following Coulter children had already died - Sarah CROCKER wife of George Crocker farmer Wauraltee, died 3/8/1909, and Fanny COOMBE wife of Edgar John Coombe brickmaker Bowden, died 1/6/1879 intestate [her husband died 24/10/1901, leaving their only child, Edgar Charles Dungey Coombe tailor Grange, to administer their intestate estates] Application 26852

CHRISTIE, Sarah widow Brompton 1862 Application 2760

CHRISTIE, Sarah widow Brompton, died 6/6/1879 Brompton, aged 87. Widow of Robert Christie yeoman Islington. Their daughter, Mary Sars Christie, married James CULVER blacksmith Mt Torrens, later Darlington. Mary Sars Culver died 24/11/1891, leaving three children - Christina Mary BUCHANAN wife of Robert Hay Buchanana auctioneer Koolunga, Sarah Frances WRIGHT wife of John Wright wheelwright Kensington, and Robert David Culver chemist Glenelg. Another Robert Christie daughter, Sarah Christie, married Thomas COULTER farmer One Tree Hill, Hundred of Para Wirra Application 6195

CHRISTIE, Walter draper Adelaide 1851[-1858] Memorial 492/38

New Equitable Building Co member 1854 Memorial 21/77

Draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855[-1857] Memorial 467/86

No 1

CHRISTIE, William engineer Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 25/107

CHRISTIE, William blacksmith Le Fevre Peninsula 1862 Application 3368

CHRISTIE, William blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1867[-1884] Memorial 155/224, Application 17116

CHRISTIE, William blacksmith Pt Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Presbyterian Church 1882 Application 19149

No 2 – son of Maxwell Christie

CHRISTIE, William of Marion Road, died 1873. He left his entire estate to his brothers and sister - Alexander Christie, John Christie and Jane Christie Memorial 206/271

No 3

CHRISTIE, William formerly farmer Delamere but now retired farmer Wards Belt linked with Elizabeth Christie married woman Delamere 1922 Memorial 164/484

CHRISTIE, William died 24/2/1923 North Adelaide. Executor; William Henry Christie clerk Prospect. Elizabeth Christie mentioned but not described Memorial 99/488

CHRISTIE, William Herbert surveyor Adelaide 1857[-1861] Memorial 49/114

No 1

CHRISTISON, John brewer Clare 1886[-1910] Memorial 55/379

CHRISTISON, John brewer Clare 1892 Application 22316

CHRISTISON, John brewer Clare trading under the style or firm of FILGATE & Christison 1891[-1896] Memorial 182/409

CHRISTMAS, John farmer Yankalilla 1872 Application 12204

CHRISTMAS, William Harry clerk to Alfred ATKINSON clerk Adelaide 1854 Memorial 422/76

CHRISTOE, Neptune Frederick bank manager Palmerston Northern Territory of SA 1887 Memorial 136/387

No 1

CHRISTOPH, August storekeeper Hahndorf 1861 Memorial 65/178

CHRISTOPH, August [formerly of Hahndorf but then of] Echunga 1867 Memorial 157/227

CHRISTOPH, August farmer Echunga 1868 Application 19197

CHRISTOPHER, Henry farmer Skillogolee Crek 1876[-1903] Memorial 130/289

No 1

CHRISTOPHER, John agent Adelaide 1869 Application 9789

CHRISTOPHER, John corn dealer Adelaide 1869 Memorial 100/236

CHRISTOPHER, John commission agent Adelaide 1871[-1873] Memorial 10/257

CHRISTOPHER, John died 14/12/1874 Memorial 171/294

CHRISTOPHER, John commission agent Glenelg, died 14/12/1874, of phthisis, aged 50 Application 22391

CHRISTOPHER, JW carpenter Hindmarsh 1891 Application 22126

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CHRISTOPHER, William farmer Allen Creek 1857 Memorial 128/126

CHRISTOPHER, William of Olary 1888 Memorial 70/396

No 1

CHRISTOPHER, William builder Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

CHRISTOPHER, William builder Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

CHRISTOPHER, William mason Kapunda 1877 Application 16523

CHRISTOPHER, William mason Kapunda, died 11/2/1899. Husband of Elizabeth Christophers Memorial 119/439

CHRISTOPHER, Elizabeth widow Kapunda 1900. She could not write Application 24074

No 1

CHRISTOPHERS, William Henry farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield Co Stanley 1865[-1873] Memorial 174/205

CHRISTOPHERS, William Henry farmer near Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882[-1884] Grant Book 13 Page 168 County Dalhousie

CHRISTOPHERSEN, Frederick Christian hairdresser Pt Augusta 1922[-1923] Memorial 80/486, Application 27160

CHRISTWRIGHT, William farmer Currency Creek 1854 Memorial 52/70

CHRYSTAL, C of Goolwa 1881 Memorial 200/332

No 1

CHRYSTAL, Samuel saddler Adelaide 1853 Memorial 416/75

CHRYSTAL, Samuel saddler Goolwa 1858 Memorial 233/132

CHRYSTAL, Samuel saddler Goolwa 1858 Application 133

CHRYSTAL, Samuel saddler Goolwa and Elizabeth Chrystal his wife 1886 Memorial 186/416

No 1

CHRYSTALL, Alexander farmer Angaston 1856 Hundred of Belvidere land grant Memorial 34/105

CHRYSTALL, Alexander farmer formerly of near Angaston 1855 now of near Truro 1878 Application 16860

CHRYSTALL, Alexander farmer near Truro 1875 Application 14246

CHRYSTALL, Alexander farmer formerly of near Angaston 1855 but now of near Truro 1878 Application 16860

CHRYSTALL, Alexander farmer Hawkers Hill Hundred of Dutton land grant 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 88 County Eyre

No 2

CHRYSTALL, Alexander of Pekina, had died by 1900. Husband of Agnes Chrystall Grant Book 13 Page 172 County Dalhousie

No 1

CHRISTY, James labourer Coromandel Valley 1862 Application 3009

CHRISTY, James farmer Coromandel Valley 1874 Memorial 233/275

CHUBB, James farmer Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 214/178

No 1

CHUBB, Thomas Caldicott merchant Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 159/62

CHUBB, Thomas Caldicott merchant Adelaide 1854 Application 25641

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CHURCH, George ironmonger Adelaide 1862 Memorial 153/186

CHURCH, George gentleman Fullarton and Lavinia Church his wife 1880[-1881] Memorial 68/328

CHURCH, George of Adelaide 1884 Memorial 4/362

CHURCH, George ironmonger Adelaide 1885 Memorial 215/364

CHURCH, George gentleman Molesworth St, North Adelaide, died 19/9/1885 cirrhosis of the liver, aged 46 Deposit 216/1885

CHURCH, Lavinia Hyndman widow Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Walter Oliphant ARNOT stock and station agent Adelaide, to manage her affairs during her absence 9/1/1890 Deposit 115/1890

CHURCH, Lavinia widow Adelaide remarried to Thomas LANGFORD. He was inspector of schools at St Mary's Schools, Holloway, London, Middlesex, England by 1896[-1900] Memorial 156/429

No 1

CHURCH, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 98/331

CHURCH, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1885 Application 20543

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CHURCH, John merchant Adelaide, leased Shop No 4 at £125 a year in premises in Peel St called Commercial Buildings 'lately erected by John Robin HARRIS' wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 6/73

CHURCH, John gentleman Adelaide 1890. He owned portion of an island in the Pelican Lagoon on Kangaroo Island Memorial 181/401

CHURCH, John Thomas merchant Adelaide 1855[-1867] Memorial 486/79, Application 8891

CHURCH, Vernon of Wellington on the Murray 1878 Memorial 147/310

CHURCH, William cabinetmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1847 Memorial 209/8

CHURCH, William Thomas watchmaker and jeweller Adelaide (Hindley St). He took over the lease of three adjoining rooms, the central premises of three commercial sites (known as No 14 Hindley St) on Pt TA 47 belonging to Josephine GEYER widow East Adelaide. The Executor Trustee & Agency Co were the present tenants of these three rooms. The occupiers to the east were Geyer & Co Chemists (FWC Geyer) and to the west were Geo SHIERLAW clothiers 1890. In 1893, WT Church sold his interest in the premises to his partner, Gustav ISAACS Memorials 64/406, 81/416

No 1

CHURCHER, George Maurice MC Lieutenant-Colonel of HM Army retired usually of 19 Hanover Square, London W1, but at present temporarily in the state of SA 1947. He was one of the executors of the estate of the late George Churcher of Beckworth Lindfield, Sussex, England, who died 16/12/1938, leaving extensive real estate in SA and the NT Memorials 145/513 39/521

CHURCHER, George Maurice retired Army officer formerly c/- the Standard Bank of South Africa Cape Town, South African now Kitale Kenya Colony Africa 1952. A son of George Churcher, he had visited South Australia at the beginning of 1947 [Probably linked with the Thorngate Estate]. In SA, he spent a lot of time with John Neill MCEWIN solicitor 18 Leigh St, Adelaide, who managed the Churcher properties in SA. Vivian Rhodes MILLHOUSE was JN McEwin's partner Application 28929

No 1

CHURCHES, Ernest Stott hotelkeeper Gawler 1908 Memorial 5/459

CHURCHES, Ernest Stott hotelkeeper Globe Hotel Gawler 1910 Memorial 66/463

CHURCHES, James Samuel farmer Lameroo 1925 Memorial 2/494

CHURCHES, Samuel butcher Mallala Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 239 County Gawler

No 1

CHURCHETT, Edwin carpenter Kapunda 1859[-1866] Memorial 166/156, Application 7399

CHURCHETT, Edwin of Moonta 1875 Memorial 74/303

No 1

CHURCHETT, George William gardener Houghton 1908[-1913] Memorial 37/460

CHURCHETT, George William, CHURCHETT, Clifford Edwin, and CHURCHETT, Stanley gardeners Houghton linked with CHURCHETT, Maurice George William gardener Athelstone 1915 Application 26430

CHURCHILL, William plumber Bowden 1854 Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 281/64

CHURCHILL-SMITH, James accountant Adelaide (112 King William St) 1927 Memorial 200/510

CHURCHMAN, Charles Edmund miner Gawler 1856[-1900] Memorial 234/101, Application 24115

CHURCHMAN, Edmund labourer Willaston and Marion Churchman his wife 1903[-1919] Memorial 187/448

CHURCHMAN, Edward miller Bowden 1846[-1847] Memorial 380/6

CHURCHMAN, William miller Bassett Town 1884 Application 20362

CHURMET, Henry clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1879 Memorial 9/316

CHYNOWETH, James miner Kooringa 1877 Memorial 39/300

CHYNOWETH, Jane widow Norwood 1853 Memorial 387/58

CLACK, Noah farmer Angle Vale Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

CLACK, Oliver farmer Angle Vale 1884 Memorial 215/355

No 1

CLAFFEY, John clerk to WN WADEY solicitor Adelaide 1878 Memorial 38/311

CLAFFEY, John clerk to Messrs WADEY & EJ COX solicitors Adelaide 1879 Memorial 45/318

CLAFFEY, John law clerk Adelaide 1882[-1914] Memorial 237/337

CLAFFEY, John clerk to Messrs FENN & HARDY solicitors Adelaide 1885[-1894] Memorial 185/369

CLAFFEY, John accountant Adelaide, received letters of administration to finalise the estate of the late Uriah MACEY bootmaker High St, Southgate near London, Middlesex, England, who died 3/11/1893 intestate. Husband of Emily Macey Memorial 195/441

CLAINCY, George farmer Mt Barker District 1854 Memorial 406/65

CLANCEY, Jane Ann married woman David St, Pt Pirie, died 7/11/1914. Mother of Catherine MURRIN married woman Pt Pirie. Executor; Richard Gilbert SYMONDS storekeeper Pt Adelaide Memorial 40/472

CLANCEY, Michael farmer Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 47 County Dalhousie

CLANCY, George stonemason Adelaide 1848[-1851] Memorial 38/12.

CLANCY, Jane married woman formerly of Pt Pirie but now of Willaston near Gawler 1914 Memorial 102/470

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CLANCY, John farmer Dry Creek 1853[-1859] Memorial 289/57

CLANCY, John storekeeper Montague Village Dry Creek Adelaide 1854 Memorial 222/69

CLANCY, John storekeeper Salisbury 1859 Memorial 247/152

CLANCY, John licensed victualler Salisbury 1862 Memorial 277/182

CLANCY, John publican Penfield 1862 Application 3161

CLANCY, John no description died late 1860s-early 1870s. He left his wife, Elizabeth Clancy daughter of John SAINT, broad acres in the Hundred of Balaklava, the public house called the Plough and Harrow at Penfield, and a house and land at Virginia Memorial 120/267

No 1

CLANCY, Michael labourer Rosewater 1857 Memorial 289/122

CLANCY, Michael labourer Pt Adelaide 1863[-1883] Memorial 64/192

CLANCY, Michael labourer Yatala township near Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 295/192

CLANCY, Michael farmer Yatala village 1867 Memorial 47/246

CLANCY, Michael carter Rosewater 1882 Memorial 123/340

CLANCY, Michael carter Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10302

CLANCY, Michael formerly labourer 1864 but now carter Yatala township 1876 Application 14883

CLANCY, Michael licensed victualler Yatala township 1877 Application 16365

CLANCY, Michael carter Yatala 1882 Application 19176

No 2

CLANCY, Michael out of business Norwood 1884 Memorial 166/355, Application 20057

CLANCY, Michael cab owner Norwood 1885 Application 20814

No 3

CLANCY, Michael farmer Hundred of Boolcunda 1885 Memorial 62/372

CLANCY, Michael Edward commercial traveller linked with Patrick Joseph labourer both of Grenfell St, Kent Town. Eileen M Clancy mentioned but not described 1925 Memorial 200/492

CLANCY, Patrick farmer Hundred of Kanyaka 1885 Memorial 61/372

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CLAPP, Arthur gardener North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 277/46

CLAPP, Arthur linked with Section 108 Hundred of Oladdie Co Dalhousie 1888 Memorial 189/393

No 1

CLAPP, Benjamin Richard out of business Kensington 1925 Memorial 118/492

CLAPP, Benjamin Richard gentleman Peterborough, died 20/2/ 1928 Memorial 148/499

CLAPP, Joseph of Yongala 1887 Memorial 217/382

CLAPP, Thomas farmer Mt Bryan Flat Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 13 County Kimberley

CLAPP, William farmer Oladdie had Wesleyan Methodist associations 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 337 County Dalhousie

CLAPPERTON, Peter formerly of Stepney but now of Collingwood Vic 1860 Memorial 292/166

CLARE, Arthur Tindal gentleman Adelaide, at present residing in the province. His late brother, Rev’d William Clare Baptist Minister Angaston, died 13/12/1885 intestate. AT Clare had come to begin to sort out his brother’s estate, but now going to Sydney NSW. Power of attorney to John Chichester PHILLIPS agent Adelaide, to wind up the estate 20/1/1886 Deposit 45/1886

CLARE, Chapman James master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1883[-1896] Memorial 239/354, Application 23161

CLARE, Charles Arthur butcher Brompton Park 1895 Application 22827

No 1

CLARE, Frederick shipping agent Wallaroo 1893 Memorial 214/416

CLARE, Frederick shipping agent Albany WA 1895 Memorial 144/424

CLARE, IG proclaimed bank manager Willunga 1945 Memorial 128/519

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CLARE, James labourer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1851 Memorial 211/37.

CLARE, James yeoman Hindmarsh 1859 Memorial 270/156

CLARE, James miner Adelaide 1860 Application 1676

CLARE, James miner Adelaide, died c1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ellen Clare Memorial 35/218

CLARE, JF proclaimed bank manager Willunga 1949 Memorial 136/524

No 1

CLARE, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 5098

CLARE, Joseph formerly yeoman Adelaide 1839 but now yeoman Thebarton 1864. He could not write Application 5098

CLARE, Samuel miner Adelaide. Little Para Special Survey mineral search rights 1845 Memorial 468/4

No 1

CLARE, William minister of the gospel Angaston 1875 Memorial 75/285

CLARE, William Baptist minister Angaston, died 13/12/1885 unmarried and intestate. Letters of administration to Arthur Tindale Clare gentleman Dorsette Tce, Adelaide Memorial 58/373

No 1

CLAREY, John of Chain of Ponds 1866 Memorial 250/209

CLAREY, John labourer Millbrook 1877 Application 15672

No 1

CLARIDGE, Alfred Augustus storekeeper Redhill 1887[-1993] Memorial 216/382

CLARIDGE, Alfred Augustus storekeeper Redhill linked with Samuel Frederick Claridge of Auburn, Philip Henry Claridge of Crystal Brook and George Frederick Claridge of Auburn all storekeepers 1891 Memorial 126/408

CLARIDGE, Elizabeth Martha widow formerly of Redhill but now of New Parkside linked with Philip Henry Claridge storekeeper Crystal Brook and George Frederick Claridge draper Pt Pirie 1899 Memorial 115/437

No 1 - probably the same person

CLARIDGE, George, Philip and Samuel storekeepers of Auburn, Crystal Brook and Redhill 1884 Memorial 246/376

CLARIDGE, George Frederick of Pt Pirie 1895 Memorial 38/426

CLARIDGE, GF JP of Pt Pirie 1897 Memorial 207/432

No 1 - probably the same person

CLARIDGE, Phillip H storekeeper Auburn 1872 Memorial 16/259

CLARIDGE, PH storekeeper Crystal Brook 1884 Memorial 88/357

CLARIDGE, Philip Henry of Crystal Brook 1895 Memorial 38/426

No 1

CLARIDGE, Samuel Frederick storekeeper O'Halloran Hill 1857 Memorial 132/122

CLARIDGE, Samuel Frederick storekeeper Auburn 1871[-1882] Memorial 173/254, Application 18917

CLARIDGE, Samuel F storekeeper Auburn 1872 Application 11918

CLARIDGE, Samuel Frederick of Auburn, Philip Henry Claridge of Crystal Brook and George Frederick Claridge of Auburn all storekeepers 1889[-1892] Memorial 193/396

CLARIDGE, Samuel Frederick of Crystal Brook and CLARIDGE, George Frederick of Auburn storekeepers 1887 Application 21150

No 1 - probably the same person

CLARIS, John labourer Fifth Creek 1847 Memorial 121/8

CLARIS, John farmer near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 392/19

CLARK, AH farmer near Tarlee 1898 Application 23625

CLARK, Albert stevedore Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 13184

No 1

CLARK, Alexander the Younger of Hindmarsh Valley 1851 Memorial 92/51

CLARK, Alexander the Younger farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1865 Memorial 173/201

No 2

CLARK, Alexander teacher Glenelg 1883 Memorial 32/347

No 1

CLARK, Algernon Sydney and Matthew Symonds Clark merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Francis Clark & Sons 1866 Memorial 126/209

CLARK, Algernon Sydney timber merchant Adelaide 1859 Memorial 41/149

CLARK, Algernon Sydney merchant formerly of Blyth St but now of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1872 Memorial 111/261

CLARK, Angus dairyman Goodwood 1877 Application 16104

CLARK, Ann widow Norwood 1853 Memorial 456/56

CLARK, Arthur clerk Adelaide Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 39 Page 82 County Jervois

CLARK, Augustus agent Angaston. Angaston Institute trustee1908 Application 25448

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CLARK, Benjamin of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 336/51

CLARK, Benjamin farmer Angle Vale 1879[1882] Memorial 172/314

No 1

CLARK, Charles labourer Marryatville 1857 Memorial 205/114

CLARK, Charles labourer formerly of Marryatville but now of Norwood linked with John Clark baker Bond St, Norwood 1879 Memorial 187/312

No 2

CLARK, Charles wheelwright MacDonnell Bay 1860 Application 2010

CLARK, Charles machinist Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 118 County Grey

CLARK, Charles founder Mt Gambier trustee School Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 58 County Grey

CLARK, Charles machinist Mt Gambier 1870 Application 10916

CLARK, Charles machinist Mt Gambier 1870[-1878] Memorial 2/247

CLARK, Charles landowner Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 198/329

CLARK, Charles stockholder Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 1/332

CLARK, Charles stockholder formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 82/373

CLARK, Charles landed proprietor Adelaide 1886 Memorial 249/376

No 3

CLARK, Charles labourer Norwood 1878 Application 16686

No 4

CLARK, Charles articled clerk Mt Gambier 1881[-1882] Memorial 2/332

CLARK, Charles solicitor Clare 1887 Memorial 177/383

No 5

CLARK, Charles farmer Blyth Plains linked with James Clark farmer Appila. C Clark owned land in the Hundred of Strathalbyn 1876 Memorial 100/289

CLARK, Charles farmer Kybunga 1886 Application 20864

No 6

CLARK, Charles farmer Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 235/367

CLARK, Charles John gardener Goodwood South 1911 Memorial 3/465

CLARK, CA domestic duties Orroroo 1912 Memorial 173/466

No 1

CLARK, Daniel yeoman Lostwithiel 1859 Memorial 192/269

No 2

CLARK, Daniel shepherd Gilbert River 1856[-1864] Memorial 112/111

No 3

CLARK, Daniel farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 41 County Dalhousie

No 1

CLARK, David doctor Magill 1856 Memorial 320/111

No 2

CLARK, David farmer Hundred of Barossa 1857[-1858] Memorial 271/118

No 3

CLARK, David farmer Giles Flat 1857[-1865] Memorial 159/131

CLARK, David farmer Kinloss Giles Flat near Strathalbyn, died c 1868. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jane McHenry Clark, during her widowhood. His youngest son, Robert Clark, to manage the farm and pay his mother and brothers and sisters £20 each for ten years. 'These sums are to be understood as being given voluntarily as balance of wages due to them. And my son Robert Clark is by no means to be pressed for the payment of the above sums but he shall pay them as the times can afford'. Other children mentioned included John Clark, James Clark and Jessie Clark Memorial 47/229

CLARK, Jane McHenry widow Kinloss near Giles Flat [near Strathalbyn] 1872 relict of the late David Clark the Elder farmer Kinloss near Giles Flat, who died 22/9/1866. Family by 1872 included John and James Clark storekeepers Kadina, David Clark the Younger commercial traveller Adelaide, Robert Clark farmer Giles Flat, Jane KEELING wife of Thomas Kirkham Keeling farmer Giles Flat, and Jessie Clark of Kinloss [Perhaps a relationship with the Clarks of Hazelwood Park??] Memorial 52/263

No 4

CLARK, David farmer Ashbourne 1902 Application 24484

CLARK, Edith Maud married woman Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1936 Application 28006

CLARK, Edith Rosina widow Yankalilla, aged 84 years in 1958, declared she had lived in Yankalilla all her life Application 29284

CLARK, Edmund Sidney electrical engineer Adelaide carrying on business under the style or firm of ELLIS & CLARK 1897 Memorial 55/433

No 1

CLARK, Edward Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 115/69

CLARK, Edward the Elder gentleman Sandford near Kensington 1852 Memorial 211/44

CLARK, Edward the Elder gentleman Sandford near Kensington 1852 Memorial 211/44

CLARK, Edward Esquire Marryatville 1851[-1853] Memorial 235/50

CLARK, Edward Esquire formerly of Marryatville but now of Gaskmore on the Torrens 1853 Memorial 410/55

CLARK, Edward Esquire formerly of Kensington but now of Gaskmore on the Torrens River 1854 Memorial 453/61

CLARK, Edward Esquire Gaskmore on the Torrens 1853[-1854] Memorial 387/50

CLARK, Edward Esquire Gaskmore Park on the Torrens River, died c1854. Husband of Mary Clark Memorial 499/77

CLARK, Edward Esquire Torrens River, bought Preliminary Section 510 (130 acres) from Peter Belches Esquire King George Sound WA and John ELLIS Esquire Gawler River SA for £500. The estate had a large house and a 3-room stone cottage - called Gaskmore Park. Edward Clark had died by 1858. His wife called Mary. She sold the property to George RUTHERFORD, for £3,250. Application 1368

CLARK, Edward the Elder Esquire Gaskmore Park on the Torrens River, died November 1854. All his SA personal estate and three houses in Downshire Tce, Liverpool, Lancs, England, to go to his wife, Mary Clark, absolutely. The rest of the real estate to be sold to provide capital for bequests and trust funds to benefit Mary Clark, their son James Sicker Clark and his deaf and dumb children Edward Clark and Juliana Clark, their son Edward Clark the Younger, their daughter Juia CAMPBELL wife of David Campbell merchant Liverpool, their son John Clark, their daughter Eliza Jane Clark and their daughter Anna Maria COTGER wife of William Cotger of Adelaide. Green & Wadham sold some of the SA real estate on 22/1/1858 Application 27242

No 2

CLARK, Edward labourer East Payneham 1852 Memorial 456/40

CLARK, Edward farmer East Payneham 1855 Linked with John Clark farmer Third Creek Memorial 253/94

No 3

CLARK, Edward carpenter Walkerville 1856[-1870] Memorial 124/97, Application 10659

CLARK, Edward carpenter Stephen Tce Walkerville 1878 Application 16925.

No 4 - perhaps the same person

CLARK, Edward farmer Gawler River 1856 Memorial 338/102

CLARK, Edward farmer Gawler and Two Wells 1869. [Are these two separate people? Record unclear] Application 9921

CLARK, Edward farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 340 County Gawler

No 5

CLARK, Edward of Bordertown 1873 Memorial 215/265

CLARK, Edward carrier Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1878 Grant Book 7 Page 7 County Buckingham

No 6

CLARK, Edward brewer Auburn owned the Devonshire Hotel at Mintaro 1877 Memorial 115/303

No 7

CLARK, Edward grocer Fisherville 1892 Application 22349

CLARK, Edward Almon of Kingston S-E 1905 Memorial 81/453

CLARK, Edward Christopher farmer Hundred of Stow. George Clark mentioned but not described 1885[-1889] Memorial 110/368

No 1 - possibly the same person

CLARK, Edward V engineer Knightsbridge 1914 Memorial 93/470

CLARK, Edward Vincent of Hazelwood Park 1944 Memorial 30/518

CLARK, Eliza married woman Angle Vale 1911 Memorial 220/465

No 1

CLARK, Francis gentleman late of Hazelwood, near Birmingham, Co Warwick, England, about to proceed to SA, to represent MD and Rowland HILL in the province 24/1/1850. Enrolment 94/7

CLARK, Francis accountant Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 301/24

CLARK, Francis gentleman formerly of Hazelwood, near Birmingham, Co Warwick, but then of Kensington near Adelaide 1852. Husband of Caroline Clark. Father of Algernon Sydney Clark, John Howard Clark and Caroline Emily Clark Memorial 467/49

CLARK, Francis gentleman Hazelwood near Adelaide, died 6/3/1853 Williamstown Vic. His son Algernon Sidney Clark timber merchant Adelaide was beside him as he died Application 4551

CLARK, Francis later merchant Adelaide married Caroline nee ? on 22/9/1824. Eldest son Algernon Sidney Clark later merchant Adelaide, born 7/12/1826. Son Henry Septimus Clark later Adelaide, born 18/4/1836. Their brother, John Howard Clark, was a newspaper proprietor in Adelaide 1874 Application 13823.

CLARK, Francis Howard mining secretary Adelaide 1912 Application 26156

CLARK, Frank Stanley storekeeper Mt Torrens 1912 Memorial 96/466

CLARK, Frederick Joseph tram conductor North Norwood and Iris Sarah Clark his wife 1920 Application 26860

No 1

CLARK, George carpenter Adelaide 1838 soon afterwards gardener Walkerville Application 13182.

CLARK, George gardener Walkerville 1842. [Is Clarke St, Walkerville named after him?] Application 9227.

CLARK, George market gardener Walkerville 1843 Gardener Pt MacDonnell 1877 Application 17292

CLARK, George gardener Walkerville 1844[-1862] Memorial 3491/75

Member of the North Adelaide Land & Investment Building Association 1851 Memorial 10/34.

CLARK, George gardener Walkerville 1861 Application 2236

CLARK, George gardener [formerly of Walkerville but now of] Pt MacDonnell 1877 Memorial 124/299

No 2

CLARK, George labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 23520

CLARK, George labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 203/12

CLARK, George yeoman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 478/35.

CLARK, George carter Adelaide 1852 Memorial 481/44

CLARK, George Clark carter Adelaide and Mary Ann Clark his wife 1855 Memorial 140/80

CLARK, George [formerly carter Adelaide but now] farmer North Road near Dry Creek 1855[-1857] Memorial 317/80

CLARK, George [formerly farmer but now] licensed victualler North Road and Mary Ann Clark his wife 1857 Memorial 51/120

CLARK, George licensed victualler North Road near Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 155/158

No 3

CLARK/CLARKE, George labourer Norwood 1851[-1855] [He sold his land in 1855. Where did he go then?] Memorial 119/38.

No 4

CLARK, George yeoman Port Road 1849[-1853] Memorial 336/14

CLARK/CLARKE, George and Thomas yeomen Port Road 1850 Memorial 4/28

CLARK/CLARKE, George [formerly yeoman Port Road but now] labourer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1852[-1855] Memorial 360/41

CLARK/CLARKE, George [formerly labourer Hundred of Nuriootpa] and Cornelius CROWDER carriers Thebarton 1853[-1855] Memorial 139/82

CLARK, George and Cornelius CROWDER [formerly carriers Thebarton but now] farmers Hundred of Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 3479/85

CLARK/CLARKE, George butcher Sheaoak Log 1859[-1861] Memorial 297/156

CLARK/CLARKE, George farmer Sheaoak Log 1864 Memorial 138/194

No 5 - perhaps a continuation of No 4

CLARK, George butcher Undalya 1874 Memorial 217/275

No 6

CLARK, George labourer Gawler 1859 Memorial 280/159

CLARK, George and Jane nee FITZGERALD married 29/10/1840 Westport parish curch, Ireland. Eldest son, Raffaelle Gabriel Clark born 9/3/1843 Wardour St, Soho, Middlesex, England. The Clarks emigrated to SA and settled Gawler. George Clark died 5/9/1861 Gawler intestate, by accidental drowing, aged 41. His eldest son, RG Clark labourer Gawler, inherited as heir at law. Application 6495

CLARK, George formerly labourer Gawler but then deceased intestate by 1865. Husband of Jane Clark. His eldest son and heir at law called Rafaelle Gabriel Clark labourer Gawler 1865 Memorial 19/203

No 7

CLARK/CLARKE, George farmer Gumeracha 1865[-1882] Memorial 116/202

CLARK, George C farmer Myponga 1884 Memorial 35/359

CLARK, George Christopher watchmaker Rundle St, Adelaide 1936. Private address 100 Magill Rd, Norwood. He was a son of George Clark Application 28039

CLARK, George Frederick farmer Hundred of Stow 1885 Memorial 145/368

CLARK, George Godfrey Hanby RAAF employee 27 Anthony St, Largs Bay, and Nancy Edith Clark his wife 1957 Application 29270

No 1

CLARK, Gilbert 31 farmer Father; John Clark and Mary Ann CALNAN 31 Father; Jeremiah Calnan both of Kangaroo Island, married on 7/10/1865 Holy Trinity Adelaide Witnesses: James N SMART master The Murray and CR MATTINSON of Kensington Application 18080

CLARK, Gilbert farmer Troubridge trustee unnamed school Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

CLARK, Gilbert farmer Kangaroo Island Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 78 County Fergusson

CLARK, Gilbert of Westbrook Yorke Peninsula and Mary Ann Clark his wife 1880 formerly Mary Ann CALNAN 1855 Application 18080

CLARK, Gilbert farmer Honiton 1884 Memorial 84/358

CLARK, Giles gardener Warrakilla near Stirling East linked with Henry Clark overseer Streaky Bay 1880 Memorial 197/327

CLARK, Harry farmer Whitelaw Vic 1894 Application 22769

CLARK, Harry Russell company director 6 Wenlock St, Brighton linked with William Bruce Clark factory inspector 27 Partridge St, Glenelg 1949 Memorial 117/523

CLARK, Henry Harold butcher Strathalbyn 1921 Memorial 256/183

No 1

CLARK, Henry Septimus farmer Stonyfell near Adelaide 1862 Memorial 52/192

CLARK, Henry Septimus vine grower and wine maker Stonyfell 1863 Memorial 52/192

CLARK, Herbert labourer West St, Brompton 1877[-1878] Memorial 182/296, Application 16471

CLARK, Hugh labourer Penola and Jane Clark his wife 1911 Application 25986

No 1

CLARK, Isaac 22 labourer married Hannah ABBOTT 17 spinster on 20/1/1847 Encounter Bay School House, by the Rev'd HAE MEYER. Witnesses BW SULLOCK and Ann ABBOTT. Isaac Clark died 21/6/1857 Encounter Bay intestate. His eldest son, Giles Abbott Clark coachman North Adelaide (1875) inherited his estate as heir at law. By this year, Mrs Clark had remarried to a Mr WADHAM Application 14381

No 2

CLARK, Isaac painter and glazier Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 139/34.

No 1

CLARK, James labourer Macclesfield 1850 Memorial 111/96

No 2

CLARK, James formerly labourer 1851 but now clerk Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 10534

No 3

CLARK, James farmer Angas Park 1851[-1855] Memorial 313/37.

CLARK, James farmer Nuriootpa 1853[-1856] Memorial 363/59

CLARK, James farmer Nuriootpa died 13/11/1856. His estate in trust to pay Grace LEHMANN [was she a Miss Clark?]. wife of Friedrich Lehmann publican Nuriootpa, the income for her lifetime, then the estate to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely to the Lehmann children. Friedrich Lehmann died 31/7/1861, leaving his estate in trust to his wife, Grace Lehmann, for her lifetime, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant 1881 Application 18501

CLARK, James farmer Nuriootpa, died c1856. Friend of Grace LEHMANN wife of Friedrich Lehmann licensed victualler Nuriootpa. Friend of her children, Joseph Lehmann, Sarah Lehmann, Eliza Lehmann and George Lehmann Memorial 224/111

No 4 - probably the Elder

CLARK, James farmer Morphett Vale 1852[-1855] Memorial 81/48

Victoria School House (pt Section 635 Hundred of Noarlunga) trustee 1855 Memorial 230/81

CLARK, James farmer Noarlunga 1853[-1865] Memorial 494/48

CLARK, James farmer Greenloop Farm near Noarlunga 1863[-1867] Memorial 309/189

CLARK, James farmer Noarlunga 1866 Application 27693

CLARK, James farmer Noarlunga, trustee of the will of the late James HUNTER formerly gentleman Tea Tree Gully now deceased 1867 Memorial 88/221

CLARK, James farmer Noarlunga 1876 Memorial 83/290

CLARK, James JP farmer Noarlunga 1877 Memorial 22/308

CLARK, James miller Noarlunga 1870[-1889] Memorial 163/250

CLARK, James miller Noarlunga 1874 Application 13575

CLARK, James miller Noarlunga, died March 1889 Application 21974

No 5 - probably the Younger

CLARK, James farmer Noarlunga, died 5/9/1888, of natural causes and epileptic fits, aged 24 Application 22837

No 6

CLARK, James labourer Norwood 1850[-1851] Memorial 488/26

CLARK, James [formerly labourer Norwood but now] licensed victualler Adelaide 1853 Memorials 267/57 & 394/99

CLARK, James licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1856 [Did he go to NZ?] Memorial 394/99

CLARK, James farmer Wanganui New Zealand power of attorney to Elizabeth Clark of Adelaide to attend to certain pieces of his SA real estate 1856 Memorial 135/98

CLARK, James labourer Norwood 1878 Application 16543

No 7

CLARK, James yeoman Littlehampton 1855 Memorial 284/81

CLARK, James [formerly yeoman Littlehampton but now] farmer Watergate 1856 Memorial 118/108

No 8

CLARK, James of Encounter Bay 1856 Memorial 17/98

No 9

CLARK, James farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Palmer land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 175 County Newcastle

CLARK, James farmer Palmer linked with Richard Clark storekeeper Gawler 1878 Memorial 190/310

CLARK, James farmer Palmer linked with Richard Clark formerly storekeeper but now gentleman Gawler 1880 Memorial 248/322

No 10

CLARK, James labourer Kapunda 1859 Application 924

No 11

CLARK, James farmer Navan township 1861[-1870] linked with Bridget Clark widow Navan township. Mrs Clark was still at Navan in 1877 Memorials 83/251, 249/236, 116/298

No 12

CLARK, James farmer Myponga 1874 Application 13960

No 13

CLARK, James storekeeper Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 6 County Dalhousie

CLARK, James farmer Mannanarie 1891[-1896] Memorial 51/409

CLARK, James farmer Mannanarie, had died by 1903. Executors - Matthew Clark farmer Mannanarie and Daniel MCKEOUGH farmer Petersburg. HUndred of Mannanarie land grant Grant Book 13 Page 86 County Dalhousie

No 14

CLARK, James farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Appila land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 510 County Frome

CLARK, ,James farmer Laura and CLARK, Charles farmer Willunga 1886 Application 20864

No 15 - perhaps the same person

CLARK, James farmer Oladdie had Wesleyan Methodist associations 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 337 County Dalhousie

CLARK, James farmer Stephenston 1896 Application 23252

No 16

CLARK, James farmer Hackney had died by 1904. Links with the Hundred of Tiparra. Executrix – Margaret Ann Clark widow Beaumont Grant Book 14 Page 428 County Daly

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CLARK, James Francis farmer Para Wurlie Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 10 County Fergusso

CLARK, James farmer Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 315 County Fergusson

No 2

CLARK, James Francis bootmaker Adelaide linked with William John

Clark saddler Beachport 1887 Memorial 106/383

CLARK, James Gilbert company manager Muston Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Haines land grant 1929 Grant Book 11 Page 125 County Carnarvon

No 1 - probably the same person

CLARK, James McHenry importer Adelaide 1875 Memorial 123/282

CLARK, James McHenry stockholder Murray Bridge 1883 Application 19916

CLARK, James McHenry linked with Section 199 etc Hundred of Burdett Co Russell 1884[-1887] Memorial 235/379

No 1

CLARK, James Sicker miller Noarlunga 1848[-1849] Memorial 459/13.

Merchant Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 30/27

CLARK, James Sicker Esquire Adelaide, Trustee Noarlunga Anglican Glebe land grant for parsonage and cemetery 1850 Enrolment 22/9.

CLARK, James Sicker insolvent debtor Adelaide Aug 1852 Memorial 134/42.

CLARK, Jane spinster Encounter Bay 1875 Memorial 222/281

CLARK, J Ewin clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 178/371

No 1

CLARK, John farmer Mootaparinga Farm Encounter Bay 1846 Memorial 91/51

CLARK, John married Isabella nee ? on 25/11/1839 Rev'd John ANDERSON's residence Launceston VDL. The Clarks emigrated to SA. John Clark became farmer Mootaparinga Farm Encounter Bay. John Clark had gone to Melbourne late Dec 1851-early 1852 for a while. Brother to William Clark farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1853. 9 children born of the John Clark marriage, but two had died by 1853. John Clark died 6/7/1853 Adelaide intestate. His eldest son, Alexander James Clark saddler Adelaide, inherited as heir at law. He died as well, 1/8/1874. His widow called Marie Louise Clark Application 14877

CLARK, John whaler Encounter Bay 1840 later farmer Hindmarsh Valley. He married Isabella nee ? He died c1851, leaving his land in trust to his wife for life, then in equal amounts to his children absolutely in remainder expectant. Family - Louisa Ann Clark spinster Adelaide, Eliza MCDONALD wife of John McDonald; William John Clark, Jmes Franis Clark, Richard Lawrence Clark, Mary Ann MONOGAN wife of Peter Monogan, and Alexander James Clark saddler North Adelaide (died 1/8/1874 intestate). His widow Marie Louise Clark 26 Norwood (Father: Charles HALL) remarried to Charles Gaskell STOKES 26 colt breaker Norwood (Father: Charles Stokes) on 11/1/1876 Rev James JEFFRIES home Strangways Tce, North Adelaide. Witnesses: C MILLMAN Archer St North Adelaide, B DOHRY Strangways Tce, North Adelaide Application 19024

CLARK, John farmer Section 19024 Hindmarsh Valley Encounter Bay about to proceed to Melbourne, made his will beforehand Dec 1851 in the event of his death during his absence from SA. His wife, Isabella Clark, to have a life interest in trust in his real estate free from the control of any future husband, then in equal shares absolutely in remainer expectant to his surviving children. Joint executors; his wife, Isabella Clark, his brother William Clark farmer Hindmarsh Valley and William JOHNSON Esquire North Adelaide Memorial 350/53

CLARK, Isabella widow Hindmarsh Valley 1863 Memorial 153/193

CLARK, Isabella widow Adelaide 1874 Memorial 16/279

No 2

CLARK, John labourer Third Creek 1851 Memorial 373/33

CLARK, John farmer Third Creek 1855 Memorial 94/253

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLARK, John farmer The Sturt 1851[-1855] Memorial 301/88

CLARK, John dairyman The Sturt 1855 Memorial 111/87

CLARK, John farmer Darlington 1855 Memorial 263/89

CLARK, John the Younger farmer Darlington 1856-[1857] Memorial 86/106

CLARK, John the Elder linked with John Clark the Younger both farmers The Sturt 1856 Memorial 61/113

CLARK, John farmer near the Flagstaff Inn South Road 1861 Memorial 188/173

No 4 - possibly the same person

CLARK, John shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 33/95

CLARK, John agent Adelaide 1862 Memorial 197/246

CLARK, John clerk Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 12973

CLARK, John accountant Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16825

No 5 - possibly the same person

CLARK, John mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1858[-1882] Memorial 154/258, Application 19146

No 6 - perhaps a continuation of No 5

CLARK, John woodman Le Fevre Peninsula 1859 Memorial 231/307

No 7

CLARK, John farmer Myponga 1859 Memorial 217/149

CLARK, John farmer Myponga 1870 Application 11160

No 8

CLARK, John tailor Adelaide 1859[-1866] Memorial 185/153

CLARK, John gentleman Kensington 1860 Memorial 50/169

No 9 - possibly the same person

CLARK, John of Williamstown 1871 Memorial 98/266

CLARK, John farmer Mudla Wirra 1873 Memorial 46/265

No 10

CLARK, John draper Kadina 1881 Memorial 50/330

CLARK, John storekeeper Kadina 1883 Memorial 27/353

CLARK, John storekeeper Kadina trading under the style or firm of John Clark & Co 1885 Memorial 11/364

No 11

CLARK, John farmer Roseworthy 1883 Application 19693

No 12

CLARK, John farmer Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 315 County Fergusson

No 13

CLARK, John labourer Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1900 Grant Book 7 Page 48 County Buckingham

No 14

CLARK, John garage proprietor Woodside 1945 Memorial 7/519

CLARK, John Gliddon labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 465/14

No 1

CLARK, John Henry of Norwood 1859 Memorial 197/150

CLARK, John Henry Esquire formerly of Norwood 1859 but now of Adelaide 1865 Application 6903

No 1

CLARK, John Howard formerly general agent 1853 but now newspaper proprietor Adelaide 1875 Application 14788

CLARK, John Howard JP of Adelaide and Pt Willunga 1878 Memorial 92/309

CLARK, Agnes widow of the late John Howard Clark of Third St, Knightsbridge, died 13/6/1919, of consumption of the lungs, aged 70 Born Durresdale NSW. Married at 22. 1 son and 4 daughters living. 2 daughters deceased Application 26294

No 1

CLARK, John James coachbuilder Magill Road 1889 Memorial 222/403

CLARK, John James coachbuilder Norwood 1896 Memorial 220/427

No 1

CLARK, John McEwen miller Encounter Bay 1856[-1860] Memorial 88/102

Clark, John McEwen died. Jane CLARK and Agnes DODSON, the executors, gave power of attorney to William GARDNER agent Pt Elliot, to manage the estate, including debts owing to the late firm of Clark & Dodson millers Encounter Bay 24/12/1867. The other partner, Samuel DODSON, had also died Deposit 191/1867.

CLARK, John Stephen MP of Gawler 1954 Memorial 37/529

No 1

CLARK, Joseph labourer Macclesfield 1850 Memorial 111/96

No 2 - perhaps the same person

CLARK, Joseph shepherd North Rhine 1858 Memorial 232/141

CLARK, Joseph butcher Angaston 1862 Application 2781

No 3

CLARK, Joseph labourer Glenelg 1866 Memorial 207/213

No 4

CLARK, Joseph gentleman Glen Osmond 1882 Memorial 96/345

CLARK, Kenneth miner Acacia Dam 1891 Memorial 8/410

CLARK, Lewis Ernest retired Aldgate Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1950 Grant Book 11 Page 20 County Carnarvon

CLARK, Mary widow Adelaide linked with Mary Ann TRUMAN widow Adelaide. [They lent out money on mortgage. What is the connection between these two ladies? ] 1891 Memorial 44/411

CLARK, Mary Arden agriculturalist Echunga 1939 Application 28209

No 1

CLARK, Matthew farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1887 Grant Book 13 Page 85 County Dalhousie

CLARK, Matthew farmer Black Rock Plain 1898 Memorial 70/435

CLARK, Matthew farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 116 County Dalhousie

CLARK, Matthew farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 116 County Dalhousie

No 1

CLARK, Matthew Symonds merchant Adelaide 1880 Application 18295

CLARK, Matthew Symonds estate agent Adelaide (Australasia Chambers, King William St) 1902 Memorial 31/446

CLARK, Matthew Symonds estate agent Adelaide 1912 Application 26156

CLARK, Euphemia widow of Matthew Symonds Clark land agent 7 The Parkway, Knightsbridge, died 1/4/1941, of 1 week's broncho-pneumonia, aged 91. Born in Birmingham, England, she had emigrated to SA 90 years ago. Married aged 25. 3 sons and 1 daughter living; 1 son and 2 daughters deceased Application 28373

No 1

CLARK, Michael blacksmith Adelaide 1864 Memorial 306/199

No 2

CLARK, Michael labourer Napperby. Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 374 County Victoria

CLARK, Michael storekeeper Napperby. Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 374 County Victoria

CLARK, Mr labourer Nailsworth 1862 Application 3175

CLARK, NJ ?? clerk Beachport 1881 Memorial 33/331

CLARK, Norman Richard Jubilee wood merchant Pt Elliot 1946 Memorial 185/520

CLARK, Oliver farmer Angle Vale 1878 Memorial 139/311

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CLARK, Owen labourer Clare 1863[-1869] Memorial 147/214

CLARK, Owen contractor Armagh near Clare 1896 Memorial 52/429

No 2

CLARK, Owen farmer South Rhine Co Sturt. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 76 County Dalhousie

CLARK, Owen of Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 13 Page 75 County Dalhousie

No 1

CLARK, Richard labourer Marion 1849 Memorial 346/15

No 2

CLARK, Richard labourer Fullarton 1862 Memorial 291/183

No 3

CLARK, Richard & Son storekeepers Gawler 1872 Memorial 129/271

No 4

CLARK, Richard saddler Mintaro and Katherine Clark his wife 1874 Application 13614

No 5

CLARK, Richard of Moonta, died 2/8/1893. Father of Thomas Clark farmer Weetulta, James Clark farmer Weetulta, John Clark postmaster Moonta and Margaret Clark spinster Moonta Memorials 76 & 79/426

CLARK, Richard Gowing painter and glazier North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 268/65

No 1

CLARK, Robert labourer Adelaide 1840 Application 16917

No 2

CLARK, Robert blacksmith North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 22/65

CLARK, Robert blacksmith Prospect 1863 Application 4238

CLARK, Robert blacksmith North Adelaide Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 133a County Robe

No 3 - possibly a continuation from No 2

CLARK, Robert blacksmith Adelaide 1870 Memorial 152/248

No 4

CLARK, Robert butcher Lordston 1857[-1865] Memorial 313/126

No 5 - possibly the same person

CLARK, Robert farmer The Meadows 1858 Memorial 335/134

CLARK, Robert farmer Echunga 1859[-1864] Memorial 266/159

No 6

CLARK, Robert baker Guichen Bay 1860 Application 1269

No 7

CLARK, Robert the Elder of Hay Flat near Yankalilla, died early 1870s. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Margaret Clark, for her lifetime, then real estate in the Hay Flat area bequeathed absolutely in remainder expectant to his children individually - William Clark, John Clark, James Clark, Robert Clark the Younger and Mary Ann Clark. The personal estate and assets in the Northern Territory to be shared amongst the children equally in remainder expectant Memorial 33/277

No 8

CLARK, Robert carpenter Beachport Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 290 County Grey

No 9

CLARK, Robert farmer Antechamber Bay Kangaroo Island 1888 Memorial 44/391

CLARK, Robert farmer Antechamber Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1904 Grant Book 11 Page 13 County Carnarvon

No 1

CLARK, Robert Beaumont mine manager Yankalilla married Rosina CORNISH of Normanville on 18/4/1898. Witnesses: James MALTHOUSE the Younger farmer Normanville and Mabel Jane Cornish of Normanville. By 1912, RB Clark was a farmer at Normanville Memorials 83-84/467

CLARK, Robert Beaumont farmer Normanville and Rosina Clark his wife 1914 Memorial 189/471

CLARK, Robert Beaumont farmer Normanville and Rosina Clark his wife 1926. Rosina Clark married woman formerly of Normanville but then of Watson Ave, Rose Park, died c1931 intestate Memorials 93 & 95/505

CLARK, Robert Beaumont veterinary specialist Adelaide 1936 Application 28048

CLARK, Robert Beaumont (Father; James Clark) formerly mine manager Yankalilla now retired veterinary surgeon 43 Watson Ave, Rose Park 1938. He married Rosina CORNISH 31 spinster Normanville (Father: John Cornish) on 18/4/1898 Christ Church Yankalilla Application 28133

CLARK, Robert Urquhart of Section 30e Hundred of Tickera Co Daly 1882 Memorial 231/342

CLARK, RJ law clerk Mile End 1929 Memorial 28/501

No 1

CLARK, Samuel farmer Greenloop Farm Onkaparinga 1847[-1848] Memorial 442/10

CLARK, Samuel farmer Section 324 Survey C, died c1852. Husband of Mary Clark. Other beneficiaries included Hellenor Gordon Clark, Agnes Walker Clark, James Clark and Thomas HENDERSON Memorial 167/50

CLARK, Samuel farmer and fisherman Section 324 Survey C made his will 1849. He bequeathed all his real estate to his wife Mary Clark for life, then in equal shares in remainder expectant to his children Hellenor Gordon Clark, Agnes Walker Clark and James Clark and to his nephew Thomas HENDERSON. An extremely complicated method of dividing the real estate laid down Memorials 279 & 280/53

CLARK, Samuel farmer and fisherman Section 324 Survey C Adelaide, died c1853. All personal estate absolutely to his wife, Mary Clark, who also had a life interest in trust in the real estate. After her death, the children - Hellenor Gordon Clark, Agnes Walker Clark, James Clark, and his nephew Thomas Henderson - to choose one Section of land in turn, beginning with the oldest child, to inherit absolutely in remainder expectant. If James Clark purchased a Section of land for Thomas Henderson within 12 months after Mary Clark’s death, then he inherited Section 313 District Enrolment 33/15

No 2

CLARK, Samuel clerk Angaston 1870 Memorial 200/244

CLARK, Simon carpenter Adelaide (South Tce) 1850[-1854] Memorial 159/27

CLARK, Stanley draper Woodville, and Agnes Williamina Frances Clark his wife 1927 Application 27592

CLARK, Stephen tailor Chain of Ponds 1852 Memorial 234/45

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CLARK, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 307/19

CLARK, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1879 Memorial 2/315

No 2

CLARK, Thomas labourer Mitcham 1852[-1856] Memorial 259/45

No 3

CLARK, Thomas yeoman Callington 1857 Memorial 250/113

CLARK, Thomas builder Callington 1861 Memorial 49/172

CLARK, Thomas stone mason Callington 1862 Memorial 317/185

CLARK, Thomas formerly yeoman 1860 but now mason Callington 1863 Application 4634

No 4

CLARK, Thomas yeoman Port Road 1853 Memorial 261/48

No 5

CLARK, Thomas farmer Norwood 1867 Memorial 73/218

No 6

CLARK, Thomas overseer Mt Brown 1868 Memorial 21/228

No 7

CLARK, Thomas gardener East End Market, Adelaide, about to marry Sarah Lavinia WARE widow Nailsworth relict of the late James Ware formerly carrier Nailsworth now deceased 1870 Memorial 8/262

No 8

CLARK, Thomas storekeeper Gawler Co Gawler. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 2 County Dalhousie

CLARK, Thomas grocer Gawler Co Gawler. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 435 County Victoria

No 9

CLARK, Thomas secretary to the Loyal MacDonnell Lodge of Oddfellows in SA 1888 Memorial 134/389

No 10

CLARK, Thomas labourer Bowden 1892 Application 22323

No 11

CLARK, Thomas farmer Weetulta, had died by 1908. John Clark farmer Weetulta administered the estate Grant Book 14 Page 280 County Daly

No 1

CLARK, Walter railway servant Kingston S-E 1879 Memorial 88/318

CLARK, Walter station master Kingston S-E 1880 Memorial 151/325

CLARK, Walter agent Bordertown 1885 Memorial 53/369

CLARK, Walter stationmaster formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Bordertown 1891 Memorial 1/411

No 1

CLARK, William gentleman Adelaide 1840 Application 9558

CLARK, William gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 164/14

CLARK, William clerk Angaston 1851 Memorial 390/28

CLARK, William gentleman Angaston 1889 had lived there since c1849 Application 21720

CLARK, William [formerly gentleman Adelaie but now] accountant Angaston 1853[-1862] Memorial 353/59

CLARK, William clerk to GF ANGAS Angaston 1853 Memorial 102/54

CLARK, William of Tarrawatta near Angaston 1853 Memorial 172/56

CLARK, William gentleman Lindsay Park 1863 Memorial 236/189

CLARK, William agent Angaston 1875 Memorial 210/285

CLARK, William JP Angaston 1882 Application 19202. He had been land steward for GF Angas and the Trustees of the Angas Estate for 30 years.

CLARK, William gentleman Angaston linked with Augustus Clark accountant Angaston 1902 Memorial 101/445

CLARK, William agent Angaston, died 5/6/1907 Memorial 21/461

No 2

CLARK, William farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1854 Memorial 132/68

No 3

CLARK, William labourer East Wellington, eldest son and heir at law of the late Joseph Clark formerly labourer Macclesfield now deceased 1884 Memorial 84/362

No 4

CLARK, William and Lionel George ROBINSON stock and share brokers Adelaide (27 Grenfell St) trading under the style or firm of Clark & Robinson 1896 Memorial 45/428

CLARK, William sharebroker Adelaide (Grenfell St) and Julia Eleanor Clark his wife 1899 Memorial 204/439

No 5

CLARK, William the Younger farmer Angle Vale 1896[-1901] Memorial 95/427

No 6

CLARK, William retired formerly of Pt Pirie but now of 6 Wenlock St, Brighton linked with William Bruce Clark factory foreman 27 Partridge St, Glenelg 1942 Memorial 82/516

CLARK, William out of business Pt Pirie died before 1949 Memorial 117/523

No 7

CLARK, William packer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 3 County Chandos

No 1

CLARK, William James builder Glenelg 1886 Memorial 172/376

CLARK, William James builder Rose St, Glenelg 1892 Memorial 114/414

No 1

CLARK, William John farmer Hahndorf 1870 Memorial 138/247

No 2

CLARK, William John farmer Beachport 1887 Memorial 212/388

No 3

CLARK, William John builder Avenue Rd, Ovingham 1902 Application 24342

No 1

CLARKAN, Peter farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 9 County Kimberley

CLARKAN, Peter farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 55 County Victoria

CLARKE, Alexander labourer Wattle Flat near Yankalilla 1918 Memorial 178/476

CLARKE, Alfred woodutter Hope Valley 1866 Memorial 56/210

CLARKE, Alfred James minister of the gospel Launceston Tas linked with Joseph John Clarke farmer Kybunga 1892 Memorial 98/415

CLARKE, Alfred Ronald taxi cab proprietor 2 Lyon St, Alberton. His wife, Elizabeth Ingebor Clarke, died 17/9/1943 Narma Private Hospital, South Tce, Adelaide Memorial 166/517

CLARKE, Alfred Stevens stockholder Tatiara District 1864[-1869] Memorial 172/236

No 1

CLARKE, Alfred Walter farmer Gumeracha, died c1923. Executors; Alfred Ernest Clarke and Cyril Clyde Clarke both farmers Gumeracha Memorial 16/489

CLARKE family of Gumeracha as at 1939 Elizabeth Jane Clarke widow Gumeracha, Alfred Ernest Clarke farmer Gumeracha, Cyril Clyde Clarke farmer Gumeracha, John Walter Clarke farmer Balhannah, James Lindsay Clarke storekeeper Broken Hill NSW, Thomas Richard Clarke waterworks employee St Peters; Esther Caroline CORNISH married woman Kenton Valley; Olive Maude WILSON married woman Woodville Estate Memorial 21/514

CLARKE family of Gumeracha as of 1949 - Elizabeth Jane Clarke widow Gumeracha. Children - Alfred Ernest Clarke storekeeper Kulpara, Cyril Clyde Clarke farmer Gumeracha, John Walter Clarke farmer Gumeracha, James Lindsay Clarke storekeeper Broken Hill NSW, Thomas Richard Clarke waterworks employee St Peters, Esther Caroline CORNISH married woman Kenton Valley and Olive Maud WILSON married woman Woodville Estate Memorial 82/524

CLARKE family of Gumeracha as of 1954 - Alfred Ernest Clarke formerly farmer Gumeracha but now postmaster Kulpara; Cyril Clyde Clarke farmer Gumeracha; James Lindsay Clarke out of business 286 Hebbard St, South Broken Hill NSW; Thomas Richard Clarke public servant 81 First Ave, St Peters; John Walter Clarke farmer Gumeracha; Esther Caroline CORNISH married woman 1 Thornton St, Dulwich; and Olive Maude WILSON married woman 131 Osborne Ave, Kilkenny Memorial 150/529

No 1

CLARKE, Andrew storekeeper Clare Hundred of Appila land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 490 County Frome

CLARKE, Andrew storekeeper Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 494 County Frome

No 2

CLARKE, Andrew and Michael Francis Clarke gardeners Armagh near Clare 1921 Memorial 174/482

CLARKE, Andrew and Michael Francis Clarke contractors Armagh near Clare 1931 Memorial 173/504

No 1

CLARKE, Angus dairyman Strathalbyn. Strathalbyn Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1869 Memorial 186/242

CLARKE, Angus farmer Strathalbyn 1872 Memorial 72/262

CLARKE, Angus farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Goodwood 1876 Memorial 193/293

CLARKE, Angus farmer near Adelaide 1880 Memorial 242/320

CLARKE, Angus farmer Goodwood 1880 Memorial 246/325

CLARKE, Angus farmer Tarlee 1886 Memorial 99/379

CLARKE, Annie domestic servant to Jessie BROWN widow Waverley Glen Osmond 1891 Memorial 201/426

CLARKE, Annie Mary spinster Willunga, died c1945 intestate and without a parent brother or sister. Relatives who shared in her estate included - Charles John MAGUIRE of 10 Barham St, Allenby Gardens a member of the AIF (a nephew), Kathleen Ellen ROACH married woman East Ave, Allenby Gardens, Nellie WAIT married woman Hughes St, Sandwell and Philip Clarke fettler 319 Mile Camp Transcontinental Line Memorials 90 & 94/519

CLARKE, Amelia Bertha spinster (born 28/10/1869) and her sister, Florence Clarke spinster both of 37 Myrtle St, Prospect 1940 Application 28194

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CLARKE, Arthur and Edward clerks Osmond Tce, Norwood 1881 Application 18639

CLARKE, Arthur N/HC clerk Capper St, Kent Town 1891 Memorial 102/410

CLARKE, Ashley farmer Uroonda Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 168 County Newcastle

CLARKE, Benjamin of Clare clerk in HM civil service 1881 Memorial 112/329

CLARKE, Charles storekeeper formerly of Yankalilla but now of Adelaide 1892 Memorial 35/412

CLARKE, Charles George commercial traveller St Peters had links with the Thomas TAPLEY family 1894 Memorial 57/421

No 1

CLARKE, Daniel labourer Bullooroo sheep station Co Frome 1864. He bought lot 18 in Melrose Application 4941

No 2

CLARKE, Daniel labourer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 120 County Victoria

CLARKE, Daniel Lace farmer Tarlee 1931, born 20/3/1877 at Tarlee Application 27845

No 1

CLARKE, Dennison mason Burnside 1877 Memorial 146/299

CLARKE, Dennison Seygar builder Burnside 1884 Memorial 122/360

No 1

CLARKE, Edmund labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 204/38

CLARKE, Edmund labourer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Springbank 1857 Memorial 99/120

No 1

CLARKE, Edward Patterson officer of HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1868[-1910] Memorial 204/228

CLARKE, Edward Patterson civil servant Adelaide Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 164 County Herbert

CLARKE, Edward Patterson civil servant Adelaide husband of Mary Ann Hannah Clarke of Prahran Vic 1908 Memorial 5/460

CLARKE, Ellen spinster Adelaide 1875 Memorial 106/283

No 1

CLARKE, Frederick engine driver Adelaide (Carrington St) 1891 Memorial 33/411

CLARKE, Frederick formerly engine driver Adelaide (Carrington St) but now licensed victualler Kent Town 1895 Memorial 199/426

CLARKE, Frederick licensed victualler Adelaide purchased the remainder of the underlease for the Kent Town Hotel Rundle St, Kent Town 1904 Memorial 129/450

CLARKE, Frederick hotelkeeper Kent Town Hotel Kent Town 1910[-1912] Memorial 246/462

No 2

CLARKE, Frederick farmer Hundred of Hall trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 219 County Stanley

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CLARKE, Frederick William labourer Hoyleton 1884 Memorial 246/357

CLARKE, Frederick William farmer Kybunga trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Blyth Hundred of Blyth land grant 1888 Grant Book 56 Page 365 County Stanley

No 2

CLARKE, Frederick William foreman Pt Wakefield 1949 Application 28641

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CLARKE, George farmer Finniss Vale 1856 Memorial 73/113

CLARKE, George and Matthew farmers Wattle Flat 1891 Memorial 84/408

CLARKE, George farmer Wattle Flat Hundred of Myponga 1892 Application 22348

CLARKE, George Alfred waiter West Adelaide. Mile End Church of Christ Torrensville Inc 1925 Memorial 41/493

CLARKE, George Arthur licensed victualler Adelaide (Angel Inn Gouger St) 1875 Memorial 47/287

CLARKE, George Joseph labourer Yankalilla 1947 Memorial 1/521

CLARKE, Gilbert farmer Honiton, power of attorney to Mervyn Moss WHITTON Clerk in Holy Orders Edithburgh, to protect his interest in a piece of land 12/2/1883 Deposit 99/1884

No 1 - probably the same person

CLARKE, Giles Abbott coachman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 239/282

CLARKE, Giles Abbott storekeeper Goodwood 1886 Memorial 243/375

CLARKE, Herbert gasworks employee Glenelg 1882 Application 19305

No 1

CLARKE, Isaac painter Adelaide 1848[-1851] Memorial 112/12

CLARKE, Isaac painter and plumber Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 261/39.

CLARKE, Isaac painter formerly of Adelaide but now of Fullarton 1861 Memorial 297/171

CLARKE, Isaac painter Fullarton, died c1868. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Clarke, during her widowhood, then the trustees to sell the estate and divide the money equally amongst all his children Memorial 3/233

CLARKE, Isaac painter Fullarton, died 23/7/1868, of apoplexy, aged 58 Application 25614

Clarke, Isaac, formerly plumber Fullarton now deceased and Elizabeth Clarke widow parents of John Clarke farmer Meadows and Joseph Clarke gardener Fullarton 1870 Memorial 16/249

No 2

CLARKE, Isaac farmer Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 237/63

No 1

CLARKE, James overseer Wilpena 1864 Memorial 10/196

No 2

CLARKE, James labourer Navan Co Light. Hundred of Appila land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 24 Page 494 County Frome

No 3

CLARKE, James farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 258 County Victoria

No 4

CLARKE, James and Thomas sheepfarmers Wattle Flat 1904 Memorial 228/450

No 5

CLARKE, James cab proprietor George St, Norwood 1905, declared that he had lived in Norwood since c1853 Application 24993

CLARKE, James McHenry importer Adelaide 1876 Application 15533

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLARKE, John stockholder Myponga 1848 Memorial 409/13

CLARKE, John farmer Hundred of Myponga 1851 Memorial 35/51

Farmer Yankalilla 1852 Memorial 36/51

CLARKE, John sheep farmer Myponga 1853 Memorial 321/55

CLARKE, John stockholder Wattle Hill s Myponga 1853[-1856] Memorial 491/93

CLARKE, John sheep farmer Myponga 1853 Memorial 302/57

Sheep farmer formerly of Yankalilla but now of Myponga 1853[-1856] Memorial 303/57

CLARKE, John farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1854] Memorial 490/93

CLARKE, John farmer Yankalilla 1884 Application 20280

CLARKE, John the Elder farmer Wattle Hill s near Yankalilla, died 28/11/1890. Husband of Catherine Clarke. Father of Susan Clarke spinster, Elizabeth KENIHAN widow, Alice FERGUSON, John Clarke the Younger, Charles Clarke, Matthew Clarke, Peter Clarke, George Clarke. Grandfather of Matilda O'NEILL and John Patrick O'Neill. A huge amount of real estate (including land in the Northern Territory), stock and other property willed to members of his family Memorial 147/406

CLARKE, John farmer Wattle Hills near Yankalilla, died 28/11/1890. His wife, Catherine Clarke died 13/5/1893 Myponga, of senile decay, aged 73. Their son, Peter Clarke labourer Yankalilla, died 31/3/1889 intestate and a bachelor, of typhoid fever, aged 33. Daughter Alice FERGUSSON wife of Allen Fergusson farmer Milang, died 6/1/1892, of excessive drinking, aged 30. Daughter Elizabeth KENIHAN widow of the late Hubert Kenihan farmer Wattle Flat, died 30/5/1892, of acute phthisis, aged 32. All the other children still alive in 1894 - Thomas Clarke sheep farmer Myponga, Matthew Clarke farmer Myponga, George Clarke farmer Myponga, James Clarke farmer Myponga, Charles Clarke now of Broken Hill NSW, Susan WENHAM wife of James Wenham of Myponga Application 22757

CLARKE, John the Younger farmer Wattle Hill s near Yankalilla, died 25/12/1888 intestate. Estate worth £500. His widow, Elizabeth Clarke, remarried 9/6/1897 to Reuben EATT carpenter Yankalilla Memorial 159/408 & RPA Search 1317

No 3

CLARKE, John shoemaker North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 483/53

No 4

CLARKE, John farmer Kapunda 1853[-1854] Memorial 88/56

CLARKE, John farmer Section 107 Co Light 1855 Memorial 83/85

No 5

CLARKE, John farmer Gilbert River 1854 Memorial 118/67

CLARKE, John farmer Gilbert River, father of John Clarke the Younger and Peter Clarke (both under the age of 21 years) linked with Patrick Clarke farmer Tarlee 1870 Memorial 80/246

CLARKE, John farmer near Navan Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 497 County Frome

No 6 - the Elder

CLARKE, John labourer Norwood and Elizabeth Clarke his wife 1864 Memorial 252/196

CLARKE, John the Elder farmer Norwood, died 11/4/1881, of senile decay, aged 75. Informant - Alfred LITCHFIELD grandson Norwood 1884 Application 20139. John Clarke’s widow, Elizabeth Clarke, died c1881. Trustees - James Clarke cab proprietor Norwood and John Clarke the Younger farmer Norwood 1884 Application 20139

No 7 - the Younger

CLARKE, John the Younger carter Norwood 1868 Application 8987

No 8

CLARKE, John farmer Lacepede Bay 1873[-1876] Memorial 28/271

CLARKE, John gentleman Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 221 County MacDonnell

No 9

CLARKE, John fireman Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 141/284

No 10

CLARKE, John carpenter Robe S-E 'now of the age of 76 years or thereabouts and is of feeble health and unable to earn sufficient to mainain himself' father of Richard Charles Clarke grazier Clarendon, Harriet Sophia BARNETT wife of George Barnett farmer Robe, and David Henry Clarke farmer near Reedy Creek S-E 1881 Memorial 210/334

No 1

CLARKE, John Edward storekeeper Kadina 1884 Memorial 133/357

CLARKE, John Edward farmer Cunliffe 1886 Memorial 16/377

CLARKE, John Edward farmer Tickera 1886 Memorial 136/377

CLARKE, John Edward farmer Pt Broughton 1887 Memorial 227/384

CLARKE, John Henry engineer Adelaide 1868 Memorial 239/227

No 1

CLARKE, Joseph shoemaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 62/36.

CLARKE, Joseph shoemaker Walkerville 1854 Memorial 136/69

CLARKE, Joseph shoemaker Walkerville, died 28/12/1854. Provision from his estate for his wife Mary Ann Clarke and children George Henry Clarke, Mary Ann Clarke and Sarah Ellen Clarke. Mrs Clarke remarried to George HUNTLEY brewer Walkerville. Joseph and Mary Ann Clarke's daughter, Mary Ann Clarke, married George GANDY in December 1875 Memorials 223 & 237/326

CLARKE, Joseph shoemaker Walkerville, died c1854. He left his estate to his wife, Mary Ann Clarke, his estate for life or until her remarriage, then to his three children - George Henry Clarke, Mary Ann Clarke and Sarah Ellen Clarke - in three equal shares 'It is my will that if my beloved wife Mary Ann Clarke shall be a widow without any issue, except the aforesaid … and shall remain a widow, then she shall freely possesss and enjoy the said houses and land, but without power to mortgage, or otherwise encumber the said houses and land'. Mary Ann Clarke 27 widow remarried to George HUNTLEY 22 bachelor brewer on 3/9/1855 St Matthew's Kensington. Minister: Edmund JENKINS. Witnesses: James and Agnes JEFFS. Joseph Clarke's daughter, Mary Ann Clarke 27 spinster Walkerville, married George Edward GANDY 33 bachelor butcher North Adelaide (Father: George Gandy) on 19/12/1875 St John's Halifax St, Adelaide. Minister: F Slaney Poole. Witnesses: Corsen Gandy labourer Hope Valley and Anne BOTHE of Hope Valley. George Edward Gandy butcher Stanley St, North Adelaide, died 1/10/1876, of hepatitis and 5 days' brain disease Application 23709

No 2

CLARKE, Joseph Esquire formerly of Manderville Tas but now of Queen St, Melbourne Vic linked with William John Turner Clarke Esquire Sunbury Vic 1876 Memorial 198/292

No 3

CLARKE, Joseph labourer Armagh near Clare 1881 Memorial 194/329

CLARKE, Joseph formerly labourer Armagh, but now cattle drover Strathfield Qld 1901. He was a son of Owen Clarke contractor Armagh Application 24320

No 4

CLARKE, Joseph gentleman Glen Osmond 1882 Application 19476

No 5

CLARKE, Joseph pianoforte tuner Norwood 1901 Memorial 188/442

CLARKE, Josiah of Thebarton Saxmundham, Suffolk, England 1891 Memorial 56/440

CLARKE, Letitia Anne spinster Mitcham 1869[-1873] Memorial 221/237

CLARKE, Louisa Mary widow Nailsworth, died c1895. Executor: Augustus FARR builder Nailsworth Memorial 246/424

CLARKE, Mary Jane spinster Rosewater 1874 Memorial 145/279

No 1 - probably the same person

CLARKE, Matthew saddler Penola 1864[-1870] Memorial 307/199, Application 28088

CLARKE, Matthew saddler Penola Hundred of Penola land grant 1868 Grant Book 31 Page 105 County Grey

CLARKE, Matthew ironmonger Penola 1871[-1879] Memorial 11/254

CLARKE, Matthew storekeeper Penola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 148 County Robe

CLARKE, Matthew ironmonger Penola. Penola Permanent Building and Investment Society trustee 1875 Memorial 242/284

CLARKE, Mathew grazier Penola Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1883 Grant Book 50 Page 154 County Robe

No 2
CLARKE, Matthew linked with Susan Clarke both of Clarke Hill near Myponga 1891 Memorial 65/411

CLARKE, Matthew farmer Myponga, beneficiary in the will of John Clarke farmer Myponga deceased 1892 Application 22198

CLARKE, Catherine widow Wattle Flat near Myponga, linked with Matthew Clarke farmer Clarke Hill near Myponga, and Charles Clarke farmer Wattle Hill near Myponga 1891. Probably family of John CLARKE farmer, who died c1891 Application 22146

No 1

CLARKE, Michael labourer Willunga 1882 Memorial 134/345

CLARKE, Michael the Elder labourer Willunga, died 20/6/1922. Father of Ann Clarke Memorial 20/488

No 2

CLARKE, Michael hawker Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 159 County Dalhousie

CLARKE, Michael Francis labourer Armagh near Clare 1907[-1933] Memorial 198/457, Application 26265

No 1

CLARKE, Montague Augustus captain Queens Own Regiment Adelaide Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 465 County Hindmarsh

CLARKE, MA Captain of Adelaide private secretary to Francis Gilbert HAMLEY Lieutenant-Col in HM Army and Administering the government of SA 1868[-1880] Memorial 193/302

CLARKE, Montague Augustus Captain 50th Queens Own Regiment Adelaide 1869 Memorial 105/238

No 1

CLARKE, Owen carter Edwardstown 1884 Memorial 12/363

CLARKE, Owen carter Edwardstown 1909. He could not write. Linked with Charles Clarke butcher Edwardstown Application 25671

CLARKE, Patrick farmer formerly of Tarlee 1870 but now of Appila Yarrowie 1882. Linked with Peter Clarke and John Clarke the Younger farmers Hundred of Gilbert Application 19058

CLARKE, Peter farmer Hundred of Yarrowie 1886 Memorial 185/381

CLARKE, Reginald H salesman Adelaide 1916 Application 26489

No 1

CLARKE, Richard Charles shoemaker Eyres Flat 1860 Memorial 2/169

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CLARKE, Richard Charles butcher North Adelaide 1868 Memorial 205/228

CLARKE, Richard Charles butcher [formerly of North Adelaide but now of]

Clarendon 1872[-1880] Memorial 87/260

CLARKE, Richard Charles butcher formerly of North Adelaide 1868 but now of Clarendon 1872 Application 12103

CLARKE, Richard Charles butcher Clarendon Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 29 Page 219 County MacDonnell

CLARKE, Richard Charles gentleman Clarendon 1892[-1896] Memorial 206/414, Application 23210

CLARKE, Richard Charles formerly butcher Clarendon but now gentleman Bloxholme near Clarendon 1896 Memorial 210/426

CLARKE, RC JP grazier Bloxholme 1906 Memorial 51/456

No 1

CLARKE, Richard Charles Fox grazier Kingston S-E and Emily Mildred Clarke his wife 1937 Application 28099

CLARKE, Richard Charles Fox grazier Kingston S-E 1938 and Emily Mildred Clark his wife Application 28193

CLARKE, Richard Falla merchant Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 405/92

CLARKE, Richard Shaw of the General Hospital Adelaide 1869 Memorial 238/273

No 1

CLARKE, Robert labourer Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 19/6

Labourer Cowandilla 1847 Memorial 128/8

Farmer Port Road, Alberton 1849 Memorial 22/19

CLARKE, Robert farmer Gawler Plains 1849[-1859] Memorial 241/19

CLARKE, Robert farmer Port Road Alberton 1850 Memorial 169/20

CLARKE, Robert farmer [formerly of Alberton but now of] Munno Para 1852[-1865] Memorial 122/45

CLARKE, Robert farmer formerly of Alberton but now of Munno Para 1865. He could not write. Probably a family relationship with Thomas Clarke farmer Munno Para Application 6003

CLARKE, Robert gentleman Gawler, died 1867. He left his entire estate to his wife, Isabella Clarke, absolutely Memorial 182/220

CLARKE, Isabella widow Gawler 1867, relict of the late Robert Clarke farmer Port Road near Alberton Application 8739

No 2

CLARKE, Robert farmer Tarlee 1891[-1893] Memorial 158/408

CLARKE, Robert farmer Tarlee 1891 Application 22151

No 3

CLARKE, Robert engineer Narracoorte 1890 Application 21829

No 4

CLARKE, Robert farmer Hectorville 1921 Application 27016

CLARKE, Robert Beaumont veterinary surgeon Normanville 1912 Memorial 177/466

CLARKE, Robert Henry farmer Tarlee 1896 Memorial 199/431

No 1

CLARKE, Samuel storekeeper Noarlunga 1852 Memorial 457/41.

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLARKE, Samuel labourer Walkerville 1871[-1873] Memorial 102/256

CLARKE, Samuel the Younger labourer Walkerville 1873 Application 16827

CLARKE, Samuel gentleman Walkerville, died 2/4/1886. Husband of Jane Clarke. Father of George Clarke [also brother to Thomas Clarke of Nailsworth] Memorial 191/376

No 1

CLARKE, Stephen joiner Rosewater 1862[-1866] Memorial 226/186

CLARKE, Stephen labourer Rosewater 1864 Memorial 284/197

CLARKE, Stephen carpenter Rosewater 1867[-1873] Memorial 215/225

CLARKE, Stephen carpenter Rosewater 1878 Application 16711

CLARKE, Stephen carpenter Glanville 1878 Memorial 233/309

CLARKE, Stephen machinist Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 203/292

No 2

CLARKE, Stephen carrier Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 9 County Buckingham

No 1

CLARKE, Stodart Rutherford merchant Pt Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 84/27

ship owner Pt Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 90/39.

Merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 238/61

CLARKE, Stodart Rutherford merchant Pt Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to George Ernest HAMILTON civil engineer Adelaide, to sell his Royal Mining Company Shares and any real estate in the colony 25/4/1854 Deposit 244/OA

CLARKE, Stodart Rutherford merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide but at present in parts beyond the seas 1855 Memorial 36/85

CLARKE, Stodart Rutherford ship owner Pt Adelaide and Jane Clarke his wife 1872 Memorial 113/258

No 1 - probably the same person

CLARKE, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 80/12

CLARKE, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 28/43.

Probably linked with Clarke, Robert farmer Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 29/43.

CLARKE, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains near Smithfield 1858 Application 151

CLARKE, Catherine widow Gawler Plains 1890 widow of the late Thomas Clarke farmer Gawler Plains, who died c1877 Application 22026

No 2

CLARKE, Thomas formerly yeoman 1852 but now farmer Norwood 1878 Application 16798.

CLARKE, Thomas farmer Norwood 1880 Application 18064

CLARKE, Thomas yeoman Norwood 1882 Application 19522

No 3 - probably the same person

CLARKE, Thomas carpenter Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 20/93

CLARKE, Thomas carter Port Road 1861 Memorial 195/172

CLARKE, Thomas contractor Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 111/313

No 3 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLARKE, Thomas gentleman Bowden presently residing in Vic 1853 Memorial 223/49

CLARKE, Thomas gentleman [formerly of Bowden but now of] St John Wood 1853[-1855] Memorial 301/54

CLARKE, Thomas [formerly gentleman Bowden but now] gardener Upper North Road 1856 Memorial 27/193

CLARKE, Thomas and KINGSLEY, Samuel gardeners St John Wood 1860 Application 1557

CLARKE, Thomas gardener North Road 1860 Application 1379

CLARKE, Thomas perhaps the Elder storekeeper near Enfield 1860[-1864] Application 1766, Memorial 11/193

CLARKE, Thomas the Younger gardener North Road, purchased land at Currency Creek 1865 Application 6558

CLARKE, Thomas yeoman St John Wood, died 10/6/1880 [also brother to Samuel Clarke of Walkerville]. His widow, Louisa Mary Clarke of Nailsworth, died 15/7/1894 Application 26762

No 4

CLARKE, Thomas carpenter Wallaroo 1861 Memorial 220/177

CLARKE, Thomas carpenter Wallaroo. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 107 County Daly

No 5

CLARKE, Thomas carpenter Portland Estate 1863 Application 3771

No 6

CLARKE, Thomas labourer North Adelaide and Annie Clarke his wife daughter of the late Benjamin Lawrence WOOD no description 1891 Memorial 222/410

No 7

CLARKE, Thomas sheepfarmer Wattle Flat 1897 Memorial 152/430

No 8

CLARKE, Thomas farmer Mt Barker WA 1908 Memorial 108/459

CLARKE, Viven carter Edwardstown 1884 Memorial 12/363

CLARKE, Victoria Mary hotelkeeper Kooringa Hotel Kooringa 1924 Memorial 125/491

No 1

CLARKE, William labourer Norwood 1850 Memorial 47/24

CLARKE, William yeoman Norwood 1854 Memorial 169/65

CLARKE, William gardener Norwood 1854 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 143/74

CLARKE, William farmer Norwood 1854 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 93/99

CLARKE, William gentleman Norwood 1865 Memorial 232/208

CLARKE, William vigneron Norwood 1877 Application 15777

CLARKE, William vigneron Norwood Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

CLARKE, William gentleman Norwood died 18/9/1881, of cancerous stricture of the oesophagus, aged 66 Application 22095

No 2

CLARKE, William draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852 Memorial 353/41.

No 3

CLARKE, William wheelwright Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 63/61

No 4

CLARKE, William labourer formerly of Chester but then of Pt Augusta, died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Clarke, absolutely Memorial 139/204

No 5

CLARKE, William and Thomas coach builders Adelaide 1881 Application 18639

No 6

CLARKE, William carrier Allendale East Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1886 Grant Book 30 Page 280 County Grey

CLARKE, William Angas farmer Tarlee 1896 Memorial 199/431

No 1

CLARKE, William Arthur sawyer Macclesfield Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1858 Grant Book 36 Page 356 County Hindmarsh

CLARKE, William Arthur sawyer Macclesfield 1861 Application 2180

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLARKE, William Falla gentleman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 234/52

CLARKE, William Falla the Younger accountant Wallaroo 1863 Memorial 186/190

CLARKE, William Falla the Elder married Letitia WHITLEY spinster Wandsworth, Surrey, England, on 11/3/1845 Wandsworth parish church. The Clarkes emigrated to SA. Letitia Clarke died 13/11/1858 Pt Adelaide. WF Clarke the Elder remarried to Jane Mary HARDEN of Sydney NSW, on 31/3/1860 Holy Trinity Adelaide. WF Clarke the Elder died 25/8/1864 intestate. His eldest son, WF Clarke the Elder accountant Pt Adelaide 1883, inherited his estate as heir at law. Family of 1st wife - William Falla Clark the Elder born 5/11/1845 at 9am, Edward Pattison Clarke born 5/11/1845 at 10am, Letitia Ann Clarke, Amy Clarke, Amelia Clarke, Arthur Clarke, Frank Clarke, Emily Clarke, Marcia Clarke and Henry Clarke. Arthur and Henry Clarke died in infancy. Family of 2nd wife - Charles George Clarke, and Florrie Clarke. She died three weeks after birth. 10 children survived in 1883 Application 20033

CLARKE, William Falla the Elder merchant Pt Adelaide, died 25/8/1864 intestate. His eldest son, William Falla Clarke the Younger, inherited allotment 3 Freshwater near Pt Adelaide, as heir at law. He made sand bricks on the allotment during 1885. By 1904, he was Secretary to the Lion Brewing & Ice Company Ltd at Coolgardie WA. WF Clarke the Elder's warehouse and office at Pt Adelaide burnt down in 1862. Christina MCRITCHIE was WF Clarke's daughter who died unmarried in 1864 Application 24810.

CLARKE [not Clark], William Falla [the Elder] accountant Pt Adelaide now deceased 1868 worked for Edward FRENCH agent Pt MacDonnell, between 1857-1860, when French was in business at Pt Adelaide Application 9419

CLARKE, William Falla [the Younger] Secretary to the Lion Brewing and Ice Co Ltd Coolgardie WA 1900. He owned land in Pt Adelaide Application 24059

No 1

CLARKE, William George Methodist Minister Kooringa 1902 Application 28412

CLARKE, William George Methodist minister Glenelg 1904 Memorial 141/452

CLARKE, William George Methodist minister West Adelaide 1909 Memorial 122/461

CLARKE, William George Methodist minister Goodwood 1913 Memorial 46/469

CLARKE, William George Methodist minister formerly of Goodwood but now of Unley Park 1926 Memorial 10/495

CLARKE, William Glen Methodist minister Goodwood Road, Clarence Park 1954 Memorial 126/529

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLARKE, William John Turner Esquire Mt Schank Station 1864 Memorial 20/199

CLARKE, William John Turner MLC Esquire of Tasmania and Victoria, died 13/1/1874 Vic. Father of William John Clarke, Thomas Biggs Clarke and Joseph Clarke. Very complicated will leaving estate to the respective 'heirs male of the body' Memorial 169/276, RPA Search 8

CLARKE, William John Turner the Elder MLC Melbourne Vic, died 13/1/1874. Widow Eliza Clarke died 30/12/1878 (She had £350 annuity for life from her husband’s estate). Son Joseph Clarke died 17/1/1895 (of Norton Mandeville Tas). Enrolment 61/54

CLARKE, William John Esquire Sunbury Vic [son of WJT Clarke] 1876 Memorial 198/292

CLARKE, William John Turner the Younger barrister Melbourne and Mandeville Hall Toorak Vic, power of attorney to DOWLING, Edward the Elder, grazier Trefusis, Tasmania, to manage his estate known as Mt Schank, in SA 13/2/1896 Enrolment 61/54

No 1

CLARKSON, AE clerk Adelaide 1898 Memorial 67/434

CLARKSON, Albert E of 63 Kent Tce, Kent Town 1902 Memorial 127/446

CLARKSON, Albert Ernest company manager Largs Bay 1928 Memorial 111/501

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CLARKSON, George Thomson of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 346/128

CLARKSON, GT printer Wallaroo Bay 1867 Memorial 106/226

No 1

CLARKSON, James Dixon tailor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 158/271

CLARKSON, James Dixon (sometimes known as James Clarkson) tailor Magill Road, Norwood 1878 Memorial 38/311

CLARKSON, James Dixon tailor Magill Road 1885 Memorial 98/363, Application 20814

CLARKSON, James Dixon tailor Adelaide 1912 Memorial 8/466

CLARKSON, Thomas engineer Adelaide and Jane Clarkson his wife 1873 Application 12860

CLARKSON, Walter Thomas locomotive fireman Mile End 1910[-1923] Memorial 134/463

No 1 - probably the same person

CLARNETTE, LJ accountant 33 Kent St, Hawthorn 1932 Memorial 32/506

CLARNETTE, Leon Joseph manager of BAGOT's Executor & Trustee Co Ltd 170 North Tce, Adelaide 1949 Application 28629

No 1

CLARY, James farmer Armagh, Co Stanley 1851 Enrolment 89/39

CLARY, James farmer South Armagh Co Stanley 1853[-1873] Memorial 181/61

CLARY, Margaret spinster Dry Creek 1864 Application 5261

CLASOHM, Carl Heinrich of Kilkerran 1899 Memorial 66/437

No 1

CLASOHM, Joachim Heinrich farmer Balhannah 1853[-1856] Memorial 362/55

CLASOHM, Heinrich farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

CLASOHM, Joachim Heinrich farmer Balhannah 1881 Application 18932

CLASOHM, Joachim Heinrich farmer Gilleston, died c1888. He left the following family - Joachim Heinrich Clasohm and Friedrich Wilhelm farmers Gilleston, Carl Heinrich Clasohm farmer formerly Gilleston but then North Kilkerran, Marie Louise and Johanne Louise Clasohm spinsters Gilleston 1889 Application 21578

No 1 - probably the same person

CLASOHM, Johann Joachim farmer Balhannah 1856 Memorial 42/106

CLASOHM, Johann Joachim shoemaker Balhannah 1881 Memorial 195/334

CLASOHM, Johann Joachim market gardener Gilleston 1885 Application 20552

CLASOHM, Johann labourer Balhannah (Gilleston) 1887 Application 21205

CLASOHM, Sophia Elisabeth married woman Kilkerran 1905 Memorial 156/452

No 1

CLATWORTHY, James and Robert farmers Bull Creek 1881 Memorial 19/334

CLATWORTHY, James farmer Bull Creek 1890 Application 21969

CLATWORTHY, James farmer Bull Creek 1908, declared that he had lived in the area for more than 40 years Application 25552

CLATWORTHY, James retired farmer Bull Creek, died 3/10/1929. Father-in-law of Edwin Bowden ELLIS. Uncle of Albert Henry ADAMS formerly farmer Bull Creek but n ow out of business Myrtle Bank and James NICOL farmer Bull Creek Memorial 80/503

CLATWORTHY, Red Frederick farmer Bull Creek 1949 Memorial 151/523

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLATWORTHY, Robert farmer Bull Creek 1890 Application 21969.

CLATWORTHY, Robert the Elder farmer Bull Creek (married 13/9/1877) and his wife, Susan Clatworthy nee ARTHUR, had 4 children - by 1928, Thomas Clatworthy born 10/12/1877 dairyfarmer Ashford, Alfred Clatworthy born 27/6/1880 labourer formerly of Prospect Hill but now of Bull Creek; Hannah MILLIGAN born 6/6/1883 wife of Herbert John Milligan farmer Prospect Hill, and Robert Clatworthy the Younger born 6/9/1886 farmer Bull Creek. Robert Clatworthy the Elder out of business Eastwood, died 11/3/1925 intestate. His estate worth £9,000 Applications 27642-4.

CLATWORTHY, Robert formerly farmer Bull Creek but then out of business Eastwood, died 11/3/1925. Husband of Susanna Clatworthy now widow Bull Creek 1925 Memorial 105/493

CLATWORTHY, Robert the Elder formerly farmer Bull Creek but then out of business Eastwood, died. His widow, Susanna Clatworthy, had returned to Bull Creek by 1928. Family - Thomas Clatworthy dairyman Ashford, Alfred Clatworthy formerly labourer Prospect but now farmer Bull Creek; Hannah MILLIGAN nee Clatworthy wife of Herbert John Milligan farmer Prospect Hill; and Robert Clatworthy the Younger farmer Bull Creek Memorial 78/500

CLATWORTHY, Robert formerly the Younger farmer Bull Creek, died 4/6/1932 North Adelaide intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Blanche Eaton Clatworthy of Bull Creek. Estate worth £3,058. His mother, Susanna Clatworthy, his brothers Thomas and Alfred Clatworthy farmers Bull Creek and his sister, Hannah MILLIGAN wife of Herbert John Miligan farmer Prospect Hill survived him Application 27913

No 1

CLATWORTHY, Solomon farmer Bull Creek 1863 Application 3903

CLATWORTHY, Solomon farmer Hundred of Kondoparinga 1865 Memorial 104/205

No 1

CLATWORTHY, William labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 16917

CLATWORTHY, William labourer Hindmarsh 1853 Hundred of Kondoparinga land purchase Memorial 445/57

CLATWORTHY, William farmer Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 329/87

CLATWORTHY, William farmer Chain of Ponds 1866 Memorial 249/222

No 1

CLAUDE, Justin watchmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) took out a lease on a shop in Hindley St 1852 Memorial 106/46

CLAUDE, Justin watchmaker Adelaide 1859[-1864] Memorial 2/154

CLAUDE, Justin watchmaker formerly of Adelaide but now of Saignelegier Jura Mountains Switzerland 1880 Memorial 92/324

CLAUGHTON, Edward out of business Queenstown 1879 Application 17623

No 1

CLAUGHTON, George farmer Section 2062 Hundred of Nangkita 1854 Memorial 473/65

CLAUGHTON, George farmer Currency Creek 1858[-1862] Linked with William George Claughton the Younger farmer Currency Creek Memorial 24/133

No 1

CLAUGHTON, John Charles blacksmith Goodwood 1881 Application 18707

CLAUGHTON, John Charles blacksmith Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1904 Grant Book 2 Page 99 County Adelaide

CLAUGHTON, John Charles builder Glenelg 1882[-1883] Memorial 101/346, Application 19664

No 1 - probably the same person

CLAUSEN, Asmus gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 151/56

CLAUSEN, A of Adelaide leased the Commercial Road Pt Adelaide premises of WILKE & Co for eight years with right of renewal from 1877 Memorial 66/325

No 1

CLAUSEN, Carey Asmus contractor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 116/345

CLAUSEN, Carey Asmus mining agent Adelaide, about to absent himself from the province for a time, power of attorney to his brother Francis Lewis CLAUSEN mining agent Adelaide, to manage his business affairs 2/3/1896 Deposit 30/1896

CLAUSEN, Asmus timber merchant Adelaide 1887 Application 21313

CLAUSEN, Johann Heinrich carpenter Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 455/25

CLAUSUN, GC storekeeper Hastings 1897 Memorial 178/431

CLAXTON, Alexander linked with Section 12d Hundred of Tickera 1883 Memorial 27/353

CLAXTON, JA licensed broker Adelaide 1863 Memorial 168/187

CLAXTON, John storekeeper Yankalilla 1872 Memorial 177/263

CLAXTON, Marshall clerk to Messrs FINLAYSON, PHILLIPS, ASTLEY & HAYWARD solicitors 16 Pirie St, Adelaide 1943 Application 28360

No 1

CLAXTON, N agent Adelaide 1902 Memorial 1/447

CLAXTON, N land agent Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 38/453

CLAXTON, N land broker Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 211/453

CLAXTON, N licensed land broker Adelaide 1907 Memorial 193/457

CLAXTON, Norman land broker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 34 County Chandos

CLAXTON, N clerk Adelaide 1910 Memorial 78/463
CLAXTON, Norman agent Adelaide 1915 Application 26227

CLAXTON, Norman land broker Adelaide 1923 Application 27206

CLAXTON, William David Hambridge civil servant Adelaide (son of William Denton Claxton auctioneer North Adelaide) about to marry Augusta Vivian MOYLE spinster North Adelaide 1880, only surviving child of Francis Vivian Moyle hotelkeeper Kapunda who died 13/11/1866 and his wife, Hannah Moyle. Mrs Moyle had remarried to WD Claxton - thus step-children were about to marry 1880 Memorial 146/325

No 1 - William Denton Claxton

CLAXTON, WD clerk to Messrs HARDY & JAMES solicitors Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 441/22

CLAXTON, WD clerk to Messrs PARKER & HERFORD solicitors Adelaide 1855 Memorial 462/82

CLAXTON, WD clerk to Messrs HERFORD & BOUCAUT solicitors Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 245/95

CLAXTON, William Denton gentleman Kensington 1856 Memorial 307/98

CLAXTON, William Denton agent Kensington 1857 Application 14343

CLAXTON, William Denton land agent Kensington 1858[-1862] Memorial 344/133, Application 3191

CLAXTON, William Denton of Adelaide 1864 Memorial 79/200

CLAXTON, William Denton agent Adelaide 1866 Application 7679

CLAXTON, WD licensed land broker Adelaide 1866[-1867] Memorial 171/210

CLAXTON, WD of Pine St [probably Parkside??] 1868 Memorial 172/229

CLAXTON, William Denton commission agent Adelaide 1870[-1876] Memorial 33/250

CLAXTON, William Denton auctioneer Adelaide 1873[-1879] Application 27467

CLAXTON, William Denton formerly agent Kensington 1859 but now gentleman Adelaide 1875 Application 14343

CLAXTON, William Denton agent Adelaide 1880[-1893] Memorial 180/322, Application 21729, Application 18103

CLAXTON, William Denton formerly land agent Adelaide, but now civil servant Magill 1897 Application 23404

CLAXTON, William Denton clerk Magill, died 6/2/1898, of syncope, aged 64 Application 23776

CLAY, John farmer near Auburn Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 508 County Frome

No 1

CLAY, John Forster merchant Adelaide (North Tce) 1839 Application 20779

CLAY, John Forster gentleman Adelaide 1842[-1843] Memorial 67/2

CLAY, John Forster sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1845 Memorial 417/29

CLAY, John Forster stockholder Pt Lincoln Co Flinders 1848 Memorial 404/10

CLAY, William farmer Hay Flat 1878 Memorial 141/326

CLAYDON, John sawyer North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 363/28

No 1

CLAYER, Albert Lionel telegraphist Unley 1909 Memorial 18/462

CLAYER, Albert Lionel telegraphist formerly of Unley but now of Tusmore Gardens 1929 Memorial 35/502

CLAYER, Alfred railway station master Farrell Flat and Louisa Clayer his wife 1893 Memorial 71/418

No 1

CLAYER, Matilda spinster Adelaide 1858 Memorial 135/134

CLAYER, Matilda spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of Bassett Town 1858 Memorial 123/139

CLAYER, Matilda spinster Gawler 1861, linked with William Charles Clayer no description Application 2396

No 1

CLAYER, William Charles carpenter Bassett Town near Gawler 1863 Application 4715

CLAYER, William Charles carpenter Bassett Town near Gawler 1866 Memorial 95/217

CLAYER, William Charles carpenter Gawler 1867 Memorial 213/222

CLAYER, WIlliam Charles carpenter Bassett Town near Gawler 1874 Memorial 168/277

CLAYFIELD, A undertaker's assistant Mt Gambier 1892 Application 26232

CLAYFIELD, Augustus Frederick police constable Bowden 1844 Memorial 199/36 soap boiler Bowden 1850 Memorial 198/36. Yeoman Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 197/36.

No 1

CLAYFIELD, Edward the Younger licensed victualler Adelaide 1848 Memorial 292/10

CLAYFIELD, Ann widow Adelaide, relict of Edward CLAYFIELD formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but now deceased 1851 Memorial 126/29

No 2

CLAYFIELD, Edward formerly blacksmith Stepney, and John and William Clayfield formerly plasterers North Adelaide all now of Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 363/95

CLAYFIELD, Edward blacksmith, late of Stepney, John CLAYFIELD plasterer late of North Adelaide, William CLAYFIELD plasterer late of North Adelaide, but now all of Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide to sell their land in SA 8/8/1855

Deposit 51/1856

CLAYFIELD, Edward blacksmith formerly of Stepney but now absent fromthe said province 1856 Linked with John Clayfield mason formerly of North Adelaide but now absent from the said province Memorial 376/96

CLAYFIELD, John settler Brighton 1848 Memorial 466/12

CLAYFIELD, Myrtle May married woman formerly of Boulder WA but now of Hill St, Mitcham, changed her name to Myrtle May HUNTER 1944 Memorial 110/518

No 1

CLAYFIELD, William storekeeper Norwood 1853[-1855] Memorial 245/48 Probably a relative, John Clayfield, who lived in Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 255/83

CLAYFIELD, William storekeeper formerly of Norwood but now of Fitzroy Vic 1860 Memorial 103/166

CLAYFIELD, William plasterer formerly of Fitzroy Vic but now of Daylesford Vic. He sold land at Norwood. John Clayfield bricklayer Daylesford witnessed the transfer 1862 Memorial 328/187

No 2 - linked with No 1. Are these the Elder and the Younger?

CLAYFIELD, William bricklayer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 238/103

CLAYFIELD, William labourer Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 256/162

CLAYFIELD, William formerly bricklayer Adelaide but now of Fitzroy Vic 1888 Memorial 25/392

No 3

CLAYFIELD, William of Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 310 County Grey

CLAYFIELD, William blacksmith Millicent 1897 son of the late John Clayfield labourer Claraville, who died c1896. Elijah Richard Clayfield mentioned but not described Memorial 108/430

CLAYSON, John Samuel contractor Blanchetown 1901 Memorial 192/444

CLAYSON, Wilmore brickmaker Smithfield 1858 Memorial 158/143

No 1

CLAYTON, Arthur Ross medical practitioner Moonta linked with CLAYTON, Bessie Caroline spinster Robe Tce, Medindie in the estate of John Woods Clayton deceased 1910 Application 25796

CLAYTON, Arthur Ross medical practitioner formerly of Robe Tce, Medindie but now of Moonta linked with Joseph Woods Clayton medical practitioner Edwardstown and Bessie Caroline Clayton spinster Robe Tce, Medindie 1929 Memorial 11/502

CLAYTON, Edith Charlotte Matilda married woman 46 Burnside Rd, Kensington Gardens 1951. She used to let out money on mortgage Application 28741

CLAYTON, FO clerk Adelaide 1943 Memorial 94/517

No 1

CLAYTON, Fred W chemist Yankalilla linked with John Woods Clayton storekeeper Yankalilla 1902 Memorial 27/446

CLAYTON, FW of Yankalilla 1910 Memorial 135/462

CLAYTON, FW storekeeper Yankalilla 1918 Memorial 178/476

CLAYTON, Herman Clifton railway fettler Stockport on the Gilbert 1929 Application 27751

CLAYTON, John sawyer North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 341/54

No 1

CLAYTON, John Bell engineer Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13710

CLAYTON, John Bell engineer Portland Estate 1875 Application 14729

No 1

CLAYTON, John Woods storekeeper Yankalilla 1881[-1892] Memorial 62/331

CLAYTON, John Woods storekeeper Yankalilla. John G Clayton mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 38/374

CLAYTON, John Woods storekeeper Yankalilla 1893 Application 22600

CLAYTON, John Woods chemist Yankalilla 1898[-1901] Memorial 128/435, Application 24331

CLAYTON, John Woods formerly chemist Yankalilla but then out of business Robe Tce, Medindie, died 15/1/1906. Executors; Arthur Ross Clayton medical practitioner Robe Tce, Medindie, Joseph Woods Clayton chemist Adelaide (Hindley St) and Bessie Caroline Clayton spinster Robe Tce, Medindie Memorial 108/455

CLAYTON, John Woods chemist formerly of Yankalilla but then of Robe Tce, Medindie, died 15/1/1906. His family by 1920 included; Arthur Ross Clayton medical practitioner formerly of Robe Tce, Medindie but now of Moonta; Joseph Woods Clayton formerly chemist Adelaide (Hindley St) but now medical practitioner Edwardstown; Bessie Caroline Clayton spinster Robe Tce, Medindie and Frederick William Clayton storekeeper Yankalilla (and Edith Charlotte Matilda Clayton his wife) Memorial 87/484

CLAYTON, Joseph Woods chemist Adelaide about to leave SA for a time 1910. Fred W Clayton and AR Clayton mentioned but not described Memorial 43/464

CLAYTON, Samuel William baker Edithburgh, had died by 1880. Husband of Angelina Clayton Grant Book 19 Page 140 County Fergusson

CLAYTON, Thomas farmer Darley on the Torrens 1853[-1864] Memorial 303/60

No 1

CLAYTON, William James farm labourer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 44 County Chandos

CLAYTON, William James farmer Pinnaroo and Esther Clayton his wife. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 49 County Chandos

CLEALL, George storekeeper Salisbury 1864 Memorial 177/200

No 1

CLEAR, Charles labourer Thebarton 1845 Memorial 109/7

CLEAR, Charles farmer One Tree Hill and Margaret Clear his wife formerly Margaret BURDON widow of the late George Burdon formerly farmer One Tree Hill now deceased intestate. James Burdon farmer One Tree Hill his eldest son and heir at law 1872 Memorial 56/262

CLEAR, Charles farmer One Tree Hill 1873[-1883] Memorial 184/270

CLEAR, Charles farmer One Tree Hill, died 13/1/1888. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Margaret Clear, for life, then to his step-son John Thomas BURDON farmer One Tree Hill, absolutely in remainder expectant. Margaret Clear died 2/1/1910 West St, St Peters, of chronic nephritis, aged 78. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, she had been in SA for about 63 years. She had remarried aged 35 years. 6 sons and 1 daughter Application 26354

CLEAR, James miner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 445/44

No 1

CLEAR, Joseph labourer Thebarton 1845 Memorial 109/7

CLEAR, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 389/33

No 1

CLEARY, Connor farmer Bowden 1855[-1858] Memorial 276/80

CLEARY, Connor farmer [formerly of Bowden but now of] Hamilton on the Light 1860[-1872] Memorial 146/161

Perhaps widow of Cornelius Cleary of Appila

CLEARY, Ellen widow Mannanarie Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant [likely relict of Cornelius Cleary of Appila] 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 43 County Kimberley

CLEARY, Edward labourer Millbrook 1907[-1914] Memorial 28/457

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CLEARY, John farmer Hamilton on the Light 1866 Memorial 117/333

CLEARY, Ellen widow Millbrook relict of the late John Cleary now deceased 1898 Memorial 47/434

CLEARY, Patrick farmer Hamilton on the Light 1865[-1866] Memorial 79/204

CLEASE, George of Clarendon and Rebecca Clease his wife 1901 Memorial 62/446

CLEAVE, James carpenter Cowell. Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 39 Page 84 County Jervois

No 1

CLEAVE, John builder Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 184/291

CLEAVE, John the Elder out of business Pt Adelaide, died 27/4/1918 Alberton. Estate worth £3,000. Husband of Emily Cleave. Father of Frederick Cleave bank manager Sydney NSW and and John Cleave the Younger no description. Memorial 3/477

CLEAVE, John the Elder died 27/4/1918. His widow, Emily Cleave, died 29/5/1929. Father of John Cleave the Younger retired bank inspector formerly of WA but now of Sydney NSW 1937. Also father of Frederick Cleave formerly of Mt Gambier 1909 but then bank manager Cremorne NSW, who died 24/9/1918. Frederick Cleave's widow, Emilie Selma Cleave of 8 Le Hunte St, Wayville, died 25/9/1929. Memorials 194/510 & 5/511

No 1

CLEAVER, John butcher Mitcham 1853 Memorial 203/47

CLEAVER, John formerly butcher Mitcham 1853 but now of Glendurnel Vic 1865 Application 6161

CLEELAND, Henry Charles carpenter Clare 1921 Application 27033

CLEETSWORTHY, William labourer Philp Town 1865 Memorial 116/202

No 1 - perhaps the same family

CLEGG, James engineer Le Fevre Peninsula 1878 Application 16928

CLEGG, Mrs Emily widow Fisherville Semaphore 1895

Application 22867

No 1

CLEGG, Thomas farmer Pt Lincoln 1857 Memorial 196/126

CLEGG, Thomas [formerly farmer but now] licensed victualler Pt Lincoln 1860 Memorial 334/166

CLEGGETT, AJ had successive applications for grazing rights on the old police paddock at Mt Barker from June 1938 until at least 1940 Application 28267

CLEGGETT, Caroline widow Mt Barker 1892 Memorial 53/413

CLEGGETT, Edwin Allan and Ernest Albert Cleggett carriers Littlehampton 1923 Memorial 30/488

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLEGGETT, Friend farmer Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 417/74

CLEGGETT, Friend the Elder farmer near Mt Barker linked with George Robert Cleggett farmer Langhorne Creek 1864 Memorial 195/194

CLEGGETT, F farmer Bordertown Tatiara 1873 Memorial 235/265

No 1

CLEGGETT, John farmer Mt Barker 1885 Memorial 190/364

CLEGGETT, John farmer usually of Mt Barker but now temporarily of Hopetoun Vic 1893 Memorial 12/417

CLELAND, A of Kanmantoo 1865 Memorial 232/207

CLELAND, Ailsa Rogers and Janet Rogers Cleland nurses Derby St, Semaphore 1946 Memorial 31/520

No 1

CLELAND, E Erskine articled clerk Adelaide 1889[-1890] Memorial 86/396

CLELAND, Edward Erskine solicitor Adelaide 1899 Memorial 171/437

CLELAND, Elphinstone Davenport sheep farmer Currency Creek 1882 Memorial 175/339

CLELAND, George Fullerton sheep farmer Greenhill 1882 Memorial 175/339

CLELAND, Henry Charles carpenter Clare 1921 Memorial 107/484

No 1

CLELAND, John Fullerton Esquire Beaumont 1855 Memorial 296/89

CLELAND, John F Registrar-General of Births etc Beaumont 1862 Memorial 22/187

No 1 - probably the same person

CLELAND, Robert clerk to Messrs Hagen & Co Adelaide 1844 Enrolment 27/1

CLELAND, Robert clerk to Jacob HAGEN Esquire Adelaide 1844 Memorial 87/4 Of Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 407/17 Accountant Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 4/21

CLELAND, Robert customs house agent Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 320/168

CLELAND, Robert and James PAGE merchants Pt Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Cleland & Page & Co 1862 Memorial 73/184

CLELAND, Robert and William Thomas merchants Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 108/295

CLELAND, Robert shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 71/305

No 2

CLELAND, Robert publican Adelaide (Hindley St) 1845 Memorial 325/5

CLELAND, Robert publican [formerly of Adelaide but now of the New Bushman Inn] Gawler 1847 Memorial 371/8

No 3

CLELAND, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 457/56

CLELAND, Robert gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Unley 1882 Memorial 63/343

No 4

CLELAND, Robert Esquire Kanmantoo 1866 Memorial 154/214

CLELAND, WF of Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 91/279

CLELAND, William Lennox surgeon Adelaide 1882 Memorial 119/373

CLEMENT, Carl of Baroota 1890 Memorial 197/402

No 1

CLEMENT, Edward auctioneer Gawler 1857 10-year lease of the Gawler Arms, Gawler, at £260 a year from Charlotte VICKERSTAFF Memorial 268/115

CLEMENT, Edward licensed victualler Gawler 1857 Memorial 14/132

CLEMENT, Edward gentleman Gawler 1867 Memorial 243/232

CLEMENT, Edward miller Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

CLEMENT, Edward formerly of Gawler but now of Parkside 1889 Memorial 204/400

CLEMENT, Edward formerly auctioneer Gawler but now agent Adelaide 1893 Application 22500

CLEMENT, Edward formerly licensed victualler Gawler but now auctioneer Adelaide 1897 Application 23344.

CLEMENT, Edward chaff merchant Adelaide (Hanson St) 1902, declared that he lived in Gawler between March 1855 and March 1889. On 24/2/1857, he took out a 10 year lease of the Gawler Arms Hotel from the owner, Charlotte VICKERSTAFF widow of David Vickerstaff. Edward Clement opened the hotel for business on 10/3/1857. The hotel was the whole width of Lot 47 facing Murray St, Gawler; the stables, yards and outbuildings stood behind the hotel, on Lot 48, with an entrance from Jacob St. Some time in 1858, he had the buildings on the southern portion of the hotel facing Murray St removed and erected a two-storey building in their place. Johann KORFF had been publican before Edward Clement had the hotel Application 24340

CLEMENT, John carpenter Kangarilla. Wickham Hill School trustee 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 101 County Adelaide

No 1 – probably the same person

CLEMENT, Peter farmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 358 County Daly

CLEMENT, Peter farmer Willowie Co Frome 1881 Memorial 101/330

No 1

CLEMENT, Ruth Waters spinster St Johns Wood near Adelaide 1908 Memorial 234/459

CLEMENT, Ruth Waters spinster formerly of St Johns Wood near Adelaide but now of 36 Winchester St, Malvern 1946 Memorial 182/520

CLEMENT, Stanley Stewart farmer Coonalpyn. Hundred of Coneybeer land grant 1905 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

No 1

CLEMENTS, George labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 257/48

CLEMENTS, George watchman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1866] Memorial 177/74

CLEMENTS, George labourer Queenstown 1853[-1859] Memorial 152/61

No 1

CLEMENTS, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1872] Memorial 91/70

No 2

CLEMENTS, Henry of Penola 1862 Memorial 92/185

CLEMENTS, Henry labourer formerly of Penola but now of Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 15/197

No 1

CLEMENTS, James farmer Gawler River 1853 Memorial 463/54

CLEMENTS, James farmer Pt Gawler 1855[-1868] Memorial 341/93, Application 8094

CLEMENTS, James farmer Pt Gawler 1857. Gawler River Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 92/515

No 2

CLEMENTS, John gardener Adelaide 1857 Memorial 73/131

No 3

CLEMENTS, John smelter Hampton 1859[-1860] Memorial 38/150

No 4

CLEMENTS, John of Bordertown 1885 Memorial 44/365

No 5 - perhaps the same person

CLEMENTS, John farmer Kangarilla 1886 Memorial 215/375

CLEMENTS, John blacksmith Kangarilla 1901 Memorial 73/443

No 6

CLEMENTS, John farmer McLaren Vale 1907 Application 25316

CLEMENTS, John Thomas farmer Aldinga 1877 Memorial 3/299

CLEMENTS, Robert carrier Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 206/57

CLEMO, John miner Pirie St, Adelaide 1848 Memorial 324/11

CLENSEY, Mary spinster Hamilton on the Light 1858[-1860] Memorial 183/138

CLERETEKO, Peter mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 19146

No 1

CLERKE, Thomas Richard builder Gwynne St, Firle 1946 Memorial 199/520

CLERKE, Thomas Richard builder 32 Gwynne St, Firle 1948 Memorial 99/522

CLERKE, William draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852[-1857] Memorial 353/41

No 1

CLEVE, Alfred merchant Adelaide 1855 Memorial 487/88

CLEVE, Alfred merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Dunedin New Zealand 1865 Memorial 18/201

CLEVE, Alfred Esquire formerly merchant Adelaide 1857 but now of New Zealand 1866 Application 7475

No 1

CLEVE, Charles merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 237/32

CLEVE, Charles merchant Adelaide trading under the style or title of Charles Cleve & Co, power of attorney to Daniel Cleve, Alfred Cleve and James BLACKWOOD gentlemen Adelaide 1859 Memorial 275/160

CLEVE, Charles formerly merchant Adelaide and the Mansion House known as The Glen situate at Glen Osmond … together with the outbuildings attached, … but now Esquire Crosby Square, London 1858. He had bought The Glen in 1852, out of the bankrupt estate of Joseph Barrow MONTEFIORE merchant Adelaide. Montefiore [husband of Rebecca Montefiore] had bought pt Section 894 Survey B in December 1846 for £300 from Arthur HARDY. JB Montefiore borrowed £1,000 from William Henry MATURIN Esquire Adelaide in 1849, probably to build the mansion, but he became a bankrupt on 24/3/1852. Charles Cleve bought the property from the assigned assets, on 14/7/1852, for £1,200. He had returned to Britain by 1857, when he appointed Daniel Cleve and Sali Cleve of Melbourne Vic to sell the Glen. Benjamin BOOTHBY Justice of the Supreme Court The Glen, bought the property on 15/11/1858 for £3,500. His daughter, Miss Elizabeth Lightowler Boothby, sold the estate for £2,600 to the RC Archbishop of Adelaide, John O'REILY on 10/1/1896. HM ADDISON estate agent Queen's Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide, was the agent for the purchase Application 23034

CLEVE, Louis merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 305/71

CLEVERLY, Francis John driver Pt Elliot 1938 Application 28117

No 1

CLEWER, Joseph bootmaker Adelaide 1848 Memorial 446/11

CLEWER, Joseph bootmaker formerly of Adelaide, but now of Melbourne Vic 1856 90Application 15988

CLEZY, HJ agent Mt Gambier 1900 Memorial 148/441

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger and The Third

CLEZY, John gentleman Adelaide purchased the Byethorne Estate near Nairne 1850 Memorial 440/19

CLEZY, John Esquire Byethorne near Nairne 1854 Memorial 272/73

CLEZY, John the Elder gentleman Byethorne Nairne, conducted a general store in a stone building erected on lots 14 & 15 in the village of Byethorne, against the main road from Adelaide to Nairne. He lived in Byethorne House set back from the main road, on Section 5293 Hundred of Kanmantoo Application 18554

CLEZY, John the Younger storekeeper Byethorne near Nairne 1857 Memorial 258/122

CLEZY, John [the Younger ]farmer Nairne son of the late John Clezy [the Elder] formerly Esquire Byethorne House near Nairne but now deceased 1865 Memorial 321/207

CLEZY, John the Elder gentleman Byethorne near Nairne, died 1/9/1913. Father of John Clezy the Younger farmer formerly of Byethorne but now of near Narracoorte and Robert Moore Clezy farmer Byethorne near Nairne Memorial 98/470

CLICKETT, Michael Section 3827 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1875 Memorial 30/288

No 1

CLIFF, Alfred farmer Aldinga 1906 Application 25118

CLIFF, A farmer Aldinga 1908 Memorial 84/460

No 1

CLIFF, Henry labourer Gloucester 'on the high road from Adelaide to Willunga and Encounter Bay' 1851 Memorial 212/50

CLIFF, Henry farmer Noarlunga 1855[-1875] Memorial 326/84

No 1

CLIFF, Henry of Unley 1877. He took out a 1-year lease (at £1/15/- a week) on the Blackwood Inn at Belair Memorial 72/305

CLIFF, Henry licensed victualler Blackwood Inn Belair, 'together with the blacksmith shop, stable, outbuildings and 8 acres of land' 1879 Memorial 67/317

CLIFF, Henry licensed victualler Criterion Hotel Bassett Town near Gawler 1879[-1880] Memorial 129/319

CLIFF, James and Joseph miners Callington 1865 Memorial 121/202

No 1

CLIFF, William farmer Willunga 1856 Memorial 155/112

CLIFF, William farmer [formerly of Willunga but now of] Aldinga 1859[-1862] Memorial 242/185

CLIFF, William farmer Aldinga 1882 Application 19324

CLIFF, William farmer Noarlunga 1909 Application 25597

No 1

CLIFF, William Henry farm manager Noarlunga 1910 Memorial 184/462

CLIFF, William Henry carrier Noarlunga 1919 Memorial 174/478

CLIFF, William Henry Rowland out of business formerly of Noarlunga but then of Roseworthy, died 10/7/1953 Gawler. Husband of Mary Emma Cliff, who died 16/12/1952. Father of Roy Edgar Cliff farmer Roseworthy Memorials 18 & 19/530

No 1

CLIFFEN, William shepherd Truro 1871 Application 11543.

CLIFFEN, William labourer Truro 1874 Application 13364.

CLIFFEN, William labourer Truro 1876 Memorial 41/292

CLIFFORD, C labourer Balaklava 1881 Memorial 100/335

No 1

CLIFFORD, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 449/20

CLIFFORD, Frederick gentleman Fourth Creek 1851[-1857] Memorial 227/33

CLIFFORD, Frederick gentleman Payneham 1857 Memorial 273/122

CLIFFORD, Frederick Thomas labourer Hatherleigh Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 208 County Grey

CLIFFORD, Henry farmer near Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 107 County Dalhousie

CLIFFORD, James labourer Pine Creek 1870 Memorial 131/250

No 1

CLIFFORD, John fitter Bowden 1882[-1900] Memorial 106/345

CLIFFORD, John fitter Bowden, died 27/2/1903. His estate worth £300 to his wife, Mary Ann Clifford Application 24687

CLIFFORD, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide 1877 Application 15784

No 1

CLIFFORD, Robert farmer Langhorne Creek 1854 Memorial 34/70

CLIFFORD, Robert postmaster Langhorne Bridge 1855 Memorial 459/83

CLIFFORD, Robert storekeeper Langhorne Bridge 1856[-1857] Memorial 306/112

CLIFFORD, Robert storekeeper Langhorne Creek 1859[-1865] Memorial 162/153

CLIFFORD, Robert formerly storekeeper 1857 now farmer Langhorne Creek 1874 Application 13499

CLIFFORD, Robert farmer Black Rock, died 2/3/1885 intestate. Letters of administration to his son, Robert John Clifford farmer Langhorne Creek, in lieu of the testator's widow, Charlotte Clifford Memorial 35/369

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLIFFORD, Robert John farmer Langhorne Creek 1885 Memorial 21/373

CLIFFORD, Robert John the Younger labourer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1904 Memorial 51/451

CLIFFORD, Robert John labourer formerly of Belvidere Hundred of Bremer but now of Kadina 1911 Memorial 46/464

No 1

CLIFFORD, Thomas of Naracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant 1880 Grant Book 29 Page 145 County MacDonnell

CLIFFORD, Thomas farmer near Hatherleigh Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 31 Page 329 County Grey

CLIFFORD, Thomas farmer Mt Muirhead 1888 Memorial 231/392

CLIFFORD, Thomas grazier Greenhills Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 329 County Grey

CLIFFORD, William farmer Langhorne Bridge Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

CLIFT, Henry farmer Hundred of Hall 1881 Memorial 175/329

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLIFT, John farmer Hurtle Vale near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 221/6 Farmer McLaren Vale 1849[-1856] Memorial 108/15

CLIFT, John the Younger farmer McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 450/58

CLIFT, Mrs of the Clifton Hotel, McLaren Vale 25/9/1861 Application 2569

CLIFT, John Junr farmer McLaren Vale 1862 Application 3715

CLIFT, John gentleman McLaren Vale 1874[-1875] Memorial 175/277

CLIFT, John the Younger farmer formerly of McLaren Vale 1853 now of Sheaoak Log 1868 Application 8984

CLIFT, John 79 widower farmer McLaren Vale (Father: Joseph Clift) married Ann SMART 62 widow Kangarilla (Father: Henry BUDDEN) on 5/12/1877 St Stephen’s Willunga. Witnesses: Alfred Smart farmer Clarendon and Mary Jane Smart of Clarendon. John Clift farmer McLaren Vale, died 6/4/1879, of chronic bronchitis, aged 81 Application 19875

CLIFT, John farmer McLaren Vale, died 6/4/1879. Linked with Joseph Frederick Clift labourer Kadina and Nicholas Robert Clift blacksmith Tarcowie Memorial 165/318

No 2

CLIFT, John and Thomas farmers Hundred of Everard 1889 Memorial 140/398

CLIFT, John James Anton carrier Willunga 1924[-1929] Memorial 56/491, Application 27776

CLIFT, Nicholas Robert blacksmith Yarcowie trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Kimberley

CLIFT, William Henry farmer Hundred of Hall 1882 Memorial 223/338

CLIFTON, John farmer Section 500 Hundred of Willunga 1857 Memorial 244/128

CLIFTON, Thomas labourer Mundoora, had died by 1909. Executrix – Bessie Adeline HOBBS married woman Pt Broughton Grant Book 14 Page 274 County Daly

CLINCH, John miner Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 242 County Daly

No 1

CLINCH, John Edward and Frederic STANLEY wine and spirit merchants Adelaide carrying on business under the style or firm of Ripley Webb & Co. They purchased the assigned lease of the Buck's Head North Tce, Adelaide 1865[-1867] Memorial 21/203

CLINCH, John Edward grocer Adelaide 1868 Memorial 85/232

CLINE, John yeoman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 5/169

CLINTWORTH, Frederick farmer Willunga 1851[-1856] Memorial 419/30.

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLIPSON/CLIPSTONE, John carrier Thebarton 1854 Memorial 318/62

CLIPSON, John carter Thebarton 1857 Memorial 49/125

CLIPSON, John the Elder of Thebarton died c1865 or later. Probably the husband of Elizabeth Clipson widow Thebarton 1875 and father of Johannah SMALLWOOD wife of Joseph Josiah Smallwood plasterer Adelaide, John Clipson the Younger grocer Thebarton, and Thomas Henry Clipson blacksmith Thebarton Memorial 120/281

CLIPSON, Elizabeth widow Thebarton 1864 Memorial 247/197

CLIPSON, Elizabeth widow Thebarton, died 10/7/1901 intestate. Letters of administration to her son, John Clipson storekeeper Northfield. Estate worth £55. Another son apparently Thomas Henry Clipson blacksmith Menzies WA Application 24285

CLIPSON, John of Thebarton 1884 Memorial 125/361

CLIPSON, John grocer Thebarton 1887 Application 26398

CLIPSON, John grocer Adelaide 1887 Memorial 176/382

CLIPSON, John storekeeper Northfield 1902 Memorial 36/446

CLIPSTON, James farmer near Langhorne Bridge Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1869 Grant Book 58 Page 12 County Sturt

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CLISBY, George the Elder gentleman of North Tce, Adelaide linked with George Clisby the Younger butcher Adelaide (Pirie St) 1851 Memorial 459/48

CLISBY, George of Adelaide, became an bankrupt in 1860. He owned pt Town Acre 171 facing King William St. To the north was James Leith BARRON's business known as Barron's Chop House; to the south was the City Arms Hotel Memorial 90/165

CLISBY, Redford of London, Middlesex, England and Elizabeth Clisby his wife [perhaps on holiday in Britain??] 1878 Memorial 31/310

CLISSOLD, Stephen Thomas merchant Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 62/81

CLOAK, Clifford Cyril cold store employe Pt Lincoln 1948 Memorial 98/522

No 1 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and Younger

CLOAK, James yeoman Littlehampton 1852[-1857] Memorial 401/41.

CLOAK, James carrier near Echunga 1856 Echunga Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 333/101

CLOAK, James farmer The Bremer 1857 Memorial 319/130

CLOAK, James farmer Mt Barker 1860[-1861] Memorial 97/167

No 1

CLODE, Arthur Lawrence carpenter Aberdeen near Kooringa 1927 Memorial 152/498

CLODE, Arthur Lawrence carpenter Aberdeen 1928 Application 27690

CLODE, Arthur Lawrence carpenter and contractor Aberdeen or North Burra 1941, a son of Arthur Willlaim Clode contractor North Burra who died 10/9/1933. Clara Rosa Clode widow Aberdeen was the wife of AW Clode Application 28302

CLODE, Arthur Lawrence carpenter & builder Burra North, aged 53 in 1949 Application 28649

CLODE, Arthur Lawrence carpenter Burra North, aged 58 in 1953, declared that he had lived in Burra for over 30 years Application 28788

CLODE, Arthur William farmer formerly of Tarlee 1918 but then of Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 10/9/1933. Husband of Clara Rosa Clode Memorial 79/507

CLODE, Thomas farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

No 1

CLOGG, Albert farmer near Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 411 County Stanley

CLOGG, Albert farmer Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 49 County Dalhousie

No 1

CLODIUS, Thedor storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1848 Memorial 265/12

CLODIUS, Theodor grocer Rundle St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 258/14 Storekeeper formerly of Rundle St, but now of Tanunda 1850 Memorial 124/23

CLODIUS, Theodor storekeeper Tanunda 1851 Insolvent debtor Memorial 73/36.

CLONAN, Patrick farmer near Mt Gambier 1868[-1875] Memorial 210/230

CLOONAN, James Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide (Royal Admiral Hotel Hindley St) 1912 Memorial 57/467

CLOSE, Albin John storekeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 398/23

No 1

CLOSE, James butcher Strathalbyn 1861 Application 2391

CLOSE, James of Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 140/222

CLOSE, James auctioneer Strathalbyn Hundred of Bonney land grant 1867 Grant Book 53 Page 115 County Russell

CLOSE, James auctioneer Strathalbyn 1868[-1872] Memorial 138/229

CLOSE, James auctioneer and valuator Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 31/243

CLOSE, James Henry butcher Strathalbyn 1884 Memorial 236/357

CLOSE, John Thomas butcher Strathalbyn 1875 Memorial 226/284

No 1

CLOSE, William draper Adelaide 1856 Memorial 353/97

CLOSE, William [formerly draper Adelaide but then] storekeeper Strathalbyn, died c1859. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Eliza Close, for life or until her remarriage. The trustees to look after any children under the age of 21 and then sell the estate when all had become of age. Each child to get an equal share of the proceeds. Executors: Edward SUNTER draper Strathalbyn and James Close butcher Strathalbyn Memorial 60/159

CLOSE, William storekeeper Strathalbyn had died by 1887 Application 21142

CLOTHIER, Henry farmer Pt Augusta West had died by 1902. Executrix – Mary Ann Clothier widow Davenport Grant Book 24 Page 671 County Frome

No 1

CLOTHIER, John labourer Hilton 1865 Memorial 272/200

CLOTHIER, John farmer Hilton 1874 Memorial 107/276

CLOTHIER, John farmer Barunga 1893[-1901] Memorial 205/416

CLOTHIER, John farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1901[-1909] Grant Book 14 Page 479 County Daly

CLOTHIER, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 436/80

No 1

CLOUD, Thomas Charles of Wallaroo 1881[-1888] Memorial 97/335

CLOUD, Thomas Charles of Wallaroo, being about to leave the province, power of attorney to Ludwig Seeger Esquire Wallaroo, to manage his business affairs 4/8/1881 Deposit 192/1881

CLOUD, Thomas Charles gentleman Wallaroo 1900[-1901] Memorial 218/439

CLOUGH, EL master mariner Gumeracha 1871 Memorial 232/254

CLOUGH, John Henry wool merchant Melbourne Vic. He leased pastoral land in the South-East 1866 Memorial 28/216

CLOUGHTON, George farmer Section 2062 Hundred of Nangkita 1854 Memorial 473/65

No 1

CLOUSTON, Charles Hervey shipping clerk Bridgwater near Pt Adelaide 1892 linked with Margaret Murray Clouston widow Bridgwater Memorial 197/412

CLOUSTON, Charles Hervey shipping clerk Pt Adelaide 1892. He inherited land at Bridgewater Pt Adelaide, in which Margaret Murray Clouston had a life interest Application 22234

No 1

CLOUSTON, Joseph Hervey boilermaker Birkenhead 1901 Memorial 119/444

CLOUSTON, Joseph Hervey boiler maker Birkenhead 1902 Application 24420

CLOUSTON, Joseph Hervey boilermaker Pt Adelaide 1909 Application 25682

No 1

CLOUSTON, William ship’s carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 Memorial 252/114

CLOUSTON, William ship's carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula and Margaret Murray Clouston his wife 1878 Memorial 60/308

CLOUSTON, William ship chandler Le Fevre Peninsula 1893 Memorial 32/418

CLOUSTON, Margaret Murray widow Birkenhead relict of the late William Clouston of Birkenhead now deceased. Parents of Charles Hervey Clouston shipping clerk Pt Pirie, and Joseph Hervey Clouston boilermaker Birkenhead 1901 Memorial 173/443

CLOUSTON, Margaret Murray widow of William Clouston ship's carpenter Bridgewater Le Fevre Peninsula, died 14/10/1911. Her son, Charles Hervey Clouston formerly shipping clerk Bridgewater 1892 then shipping agent Pt Pirie 1902 now shipping superintendent 27 Military Rd, Newcastle NSW, died 20/8/1927. Estate worth £1392. He left most of his estate to his wife, Mary Ann Clouston, but land in Bridgewater in trust for life to his sisters, Isabella Florence Clouston, Elizabeth Hervey Clouston and Margaret Gray Clouston spinsters Bridgewater and his brother Joseph Hervey Clouston Government Inspector Fletcher Rd, Bridgewater, according to their parents' post-marriage settlement of 31/5/1878. A John Clouston also seems to belong to this family. How did Charles HERVEY mariner Bridgewater who died 27/5/1890 belong to this family? He was a foundation trustee for the post-marriage settlement. Was he a brother to Mrs Clouston??? Mary Ann Clouston was still alive in 1955, living at 21 Stevenson Place, Newcastle 1953 Application 28981

CLOUSTON, William Henry accountant Adelaide 1880 Memorial 175/326

CLOVER, Robert carrier Adelaide 1846 Memorial 423/6

CLOVIN, Richard farmer Section 159 Hundred of Pt Gawler 1856 Memorial 123/103

No 1

CLOW, William carter Portland Estate 1871 Memorial 42/256

CLOW, William drayman Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 78/272

CLOY, John road contractor Rhynie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

CLUCAS, Evan Cottier civil servant Adelaide 1895[-1899] Memorial 150/425, Application 23828

CLUCAS, George Henry shop assistant Melrose 1950 Memorial 16/525

CLUDDE, J butcher Mitcham 1900 Application 24057

CLUES, Herbert Reuben picture theatre proprietor Unley 1916 Memorial 196/474, Application 26554

CLUES, Kendrick labourer Hectorville had lived in the area for 25 years 1881 Application 18483

No 1

CLUES, Thomas farmer Fourth Creek 1852 Memorial 162/41.

CLUES, Thomas of Newton 1853 Memorial 494/47

CLUNE, Alfred baker Angaston 1884 Application 20092

CLUNE, James farmer Gordon 1893[-1894] Memorial 87/418

CLUNIE, William miner Kapunda and Elizabeth Clunie his wife 1880 Memorial 228/439

CLUTCH, Thomas farm labourer Hundred of Hawker 1884 Memorial 3/359

CLUTTERBUCK, Charles Frederick joiner Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 5 County Eyre

CLUTTERBUCK, John mason Bowden 1851[-1861] Memorial 100/32

CLUTTERBUCK, LA proclaimed bank manager Gumeracha 1953 Memorial 145/528

No 1

CLUTTERBUCK, Thomas mason Bowden 1850 Memorial 148/52

CLUTTERBUCK, Thomas stone mason Bowden, died 11/8/1850, of consumption, aged 50. John Clutterbuck and George EDWARDS gentleman Prospect, the executors of the will. The estate in trust for Thomas Clutterbuck’s widow, Mary Ann Clutterbuck, now the wife of John VENNING farmer Inglewood Vic, for life or until remarriage, and then absolutely in remainder expectant to Thomas Clutterbuck’s daughter, Temperance Eaton Clutterbuck born 24/4/1849 Adelaide, now wife of John WEARE farmer Inglewood Vic. The widow Mary Ann Clutterbuck had re-married, to John Venning 7/10/1851 Adelaide. Executor George Edwards, a great family friend, gave this information 1871 Application 11497

No 1

CLUTTERBUCK, William Albert carpenter Kapunda 1883 Application 19874

CLUTTERBUCK, William Albert and Charles Federick Clutterbuck and Robert Thomas BURFORD chaff merchants Kapunda 1892 Memorial 77/414

CLUTTERBUCK, William Albert merchant Adelaide 1899 Application 23761

CLUTTERBUCK, William Albert and Robert Thomas BURFORD merchants Adelaide, trading in co-partnership as Clutterbuck Bros 1899 Memorial 89/437

CLUTTERHAM, Bruce James labourer 17 Bennett St, Thebarton 1945. By 1949, he was a flax worker Morphett Vale Memorials 149 & 200/523

CLUTTERHAM, Samuel Robert shoemaker Balmoral 1854[-1871] Memorial 379/78

CLYNE, Elizabeth widow hotelkeeper Launceston Tas 1865 Memorial 19/204

No 1

CLYNES, James farmer Mt Gambier Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 284 County Grey

CLYNES, James labourer Beachport Rendelsham (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 320 County Grey

No 1

COAD, Bennett sawyer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 11/350

COAD, Bennett sawyer Kangaroo Island 1888 Memorial 211/394

COAD, Charles Richard labourer Second Valley 1933 Memorial 122/506

COAD, Eliza widow Inverleigh Vic owned land in Queenstown 1864 Memorial 229/199

COAD, Elsie Eliza spinster New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1914 Memorial 3/471

COAD, George of Kanmantoo 1850 Memorial 124/28

COAD, George Edward vineyard worker Hope Valley 1942 Application 28331

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COAD, Isaac farmer Strathalbyn 1851[-1854] Memorial 89/38.

COAD, Isaac farmer Hundred of Bremer 1858 Hundred of Kondoparinga District School trustee Memorial 55/152

COAD, Isaac farmer Strathalbyn Hundred of Bremer land grant 1863 Grant Book 36 Page 36 County Hindmarsh

COAD, Isaac of Rockbottom 1872 Memorial 247/258

COAD, Isaac of the Hundred of Bremer 1876 Memorial 9/295

COAD, Isaac farmer Sandergrove 1877 Memorial 176/304

COAD, Isaac farmer Strathalbyn Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 507 County Frome

COAD, Isaac farmer Rockbottom near Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1884[-1891] Memorial 125/358

COAD, Isaac the Elder gentleman Strathalbyn, died 30/6/1895. Husband of Ann Coad. Father of Isaac Coad the Younger farmer Sandergrove 1895 Memorials 117 & 130/429

COAD, Isaac farmer Strathalbyn linked with Ann Coad widow Strathalbyn 1898 Memorial 227/434

COAD, Isaac formerly farmer near Sandergrove but now gardener North Adelaide 1900 Memorial 169/440

COAD, Isaac yeoman North Adelaide 1905 Memorial 233/452

COAD, Isaac formerly farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn but now dairyman North Adelaide 1906 Memorial 131/455

COAD, Isaac formerly farmer Sandergrove but now gardener North Adelaide 1910 Application 25758

No 1

COAD, James farmer Timnath 1855 Chain of Ponds Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 5/89

COAD, James farmer Chain of Ponds 1859 Memorial 43/158

No 1

COAD, John blacksmith Woodside 1851 Memorial 23/39.

COAD, John farmer Woodside 1853 Hundred of Yankalilla land lease Memorial 418/54

COAD, John farmer Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 275/176

COAD, John blacksmith Yankalilla 1867 Application 8251

No 1

COAD, John Dingle farmer Strathalbyn 1856[-1863] Memorial 63/106

COAD, John Dingle farmer Kingston S-E Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 9 County Robe

COAD, John Dingle farmer Baker Range [near Bordertown] 1884 Memorial 239/361

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COAD, Nicholas labourer Adelaide then farmer on the Angas River near Strathalbyn 1842 Application 23910

COAD, Nicholas farmer River Angas near Strathalbyn 1842 Memorial 324/26

COAD, Nicholas farmer Fivelanes Angas Special Survey 1856 Memorial 450/98

COAD, Nicholas farmer New Hamburgh 1855 Memorial 28/82

COAD, Nicholas farmer Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 240/101

COAD, Nicholas the Younger farmer Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 188/111

COAD, Nicholas farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 328/202

COAD, Nicholas the Younger farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 9 County Buckingham. Perhaps a son of Nicholas Coad the Elder farmer Meningie? 1881 Grant Book 7 Page 43 County Buckingham

COAD, Richard farmer Strathalbyn 1853[-1857] Memorial 319/53

No 1

COAD, Robert farmer Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 476/80

COAD, Robert farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1868[-1869] Memorial 88/230

COAD, Robert labourer New Hamburg 1902 Application 24397

COAD, Robert farmer New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn father of Elsie Eliza Coad spinster New Hamburgh 1908 Memorial 218/458

No 1

COAD, Thomas carpenter Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 35/28

COADE, Thomas miner Geelong Vic, died 22/11/1861. Formerly a carpenter of Pt Adelaide, he owned lot 173 (Section 443), in Queenstown SA, purchased in 1850. Estate to his wife, Eliza, who remarried to Christian Erland labourer Geelong Deposit 144/1870

No 1

COADY, Alexander Gregory 31 commercial traveller Hyde Park (Father: Thomas Coady) 1916 Born Gawler Application 26553

COADY, AG clerk Henley Beach 1922 Application 27330

COARSE, Sarah widow Clarendon 1877 Application 16161

No 1

COAT, John farmer Little Para 1852 Memorial 252/90

COAT, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1854 Memorial 64/69

COAT, John poundkeeper Mt Pleasant 1856 Memorial 68/124

No 1

COATE, Robert farmer Sheaoak Hill near Willunga 1866 Memorial 109/322

COATE, Robert farmer Sheaoak Hill, near Willunga, intending to go to Britain for some time, power of attorney to Henry MALPAS of Willunga 12/4/1866 Deposit 81/1880

COATE, William farmer Coromandel Valley Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1877 Grant Book 54 Page 145 County Russell

No 1

COATES, Charles James gentleman North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 157/52

COATES, Charles James farmer Tin Pot 1861 Memorial 132/177

COATES, CJ secretary to the Burrawing Copper Mining Company Ltd 1872 Memorial 216/262

COATES, Charles James agent Adelaide Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 652 County Frome

COATES, Charles James Secretary to the Adelaide and Hindmarsh Tramway Company Ltd Grenfell St, Adelaide 1883 Application 19931

COATES, Charles James broker Adelaide linked with Edward Coates gentleman Adelaide 1884 Memorial 139/359

COATES, Charles James gentleman Adelaide 1886 Memorial 167/376

COATES, Henry William surgeon Hindmarsh 1843 Memorial 486/2

No 1 - probably the same person

COATES, John farmer Bowden 1853[-1866] Memorial 361/46

COATES, John yeoman Brompton 1853 Memorial 172/61

COATES, John farmer Enfield and Phoebe Coates his wife formerly Phoebe WELLS 1876 Memorial 105/290

COATS, Charles Henry carter near Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 230 County Daly

No 1

COBB, Alexander gentleman Adelaide 1882 Memorial 12/337

COBB, Alexander bookseller Adelaide 1883 Memorial 174/347

COBB, Alexander clerk Adelaide 1900 Memorial 164/440

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

COBB, Alexander gentleman George St, Norwood 1889 Application 21550

No 1

COBB, George labourer The Wakefield 1852 Memorial 195/42.

COBB, George labourer formerly of The Wakefield late of North Adelaide, died 2/5/1852, of nervous fever, aged 31. Informant: Mary BRIGHTON wife of John Brighton labourer South Tce, Adelaide Application 26339

COBB, Herbert of Pt Germein trustee Institute Pt Germein Hundred of Telowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 774 County Frome

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COBB, James of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 211/130

COBB, James carpenter Riverton 1868 Memorial 62/236

No 1

COBB, John Henry gardener Stirling 1868 Memorial 16/229

Farmer Balhannah 1868 Memorial 18/229

COBB, John Henry [formerly gardener but now] farmer Stirling and Balhannah 1872 Memorial 104/258

COBB, John Henry gardener formerly of Stirling 1868 but now of Gumeracha 1875 Application 14248

COBB, Mary Ann widow North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 91/43.

COBB, Reginald Frederick brewer Adelaide (Hindley St West) 1904 Memorial 65/452

No 1 - possibly the same person

COBB, William gardener Upper Sturt 1869 Memorial 237/240

COBB, William no description - his family as at 1864; Husband of Rhoda Cobb. Father of John Henry Cobb, Ada Marie Cobb and Elizabeth Emily Cobb Memorial 66/248

COBB, Rhoda widow Crafers, John Henry Cobb of Crafers, Ada Marie PINK wife of Henry John Pink gardener Crafers, and Elizabeth Emilie Cobb spinster Crafers, the relict and children respectively of the late William Cobb of Stirling. His widow had a life interest in his estate, with the children inheriting in equal shares in remainder expectant 1878 Application 16573

No 2

COBB, William labourer Encounter Bay 1893 Application 22480

No 1

COBBETT, Pitt Esquire Kensington 1854 Memorial 95/65

COBBETT, Pitt wine merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 365/65

COBBETT, Pitt gentleman Adelaide 1855[-1859] Member of the Glenelg and Adelaide Building Society Memorial 165/84

COBBETT, Pitt gentleman Adelaide 1861 Application 2351

COBBETT, Pitt Esquire Brighton 1862 Application 2932

COBBETT, Pitt gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to John Stuart JACKSON Clerk in Holy Orders Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 25/6/1862 Deposit 86/1862

COBBIN, George JP chemist Pt Augusta 1881[-1882] Memorial 109/334

COBBIN, George C JP of Pt Augusta 1882 Memorial 8/339

COBBIN, John Joseph draper Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 43/103

No 1

COBBIN, Samuel livery stable keeper Adelaide 1840 Application 17752

COBBIN, Samuel livery stable keeper Adelaide 1848 Memorial 74/11

No 1 - perhaps the same person; or the Elder and the Younger?

COBBIN, William tailor Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1850[-1862] Memorial 254/36

COBBIN, William messenger Adelaide 1854 Memorial 259/66

COBBLEDICK, Arthur William farmer Western Flat 1956 Application 29193

COBBLEDICK, Brann farmer Maitland 1883 Memorial 205/352

COBBLEDICK, Fred Young market gardener Uraidla 1928 Memorial 60a/500

No 1

COBBLEDICK, James yeoman Adelaide bought land in Marion 1840 Application 6197

COBBLEDICK, James yeoman Adelaide 1841 Application 2973

COBBLEDICK, James yeoman Adelaide 1865 Application 6197

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

COBBLEDICK, James gardener Adelaide 1894 Application 22780

No 3

COBBLEDICK, James farmer O’Halloran Hill 1850 Memorial 232/25 Farmer New Tiers 1850 Memorial 233/25

COBBLEDICK, James farmer Mt Lofty 1854[-1864] Memorial 344/101

COBBLEDICK, James farmer New Tiers 1856[-1876] Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 302/112

COBBLEDICK, James formerly yeoman Adelaide 1841 but now farmer Mt Lofty 1862 Application 2973

COBBLEDICK, James farmer Springfield Gardens New Tiers 1868 Memorial 134/232

COBBLEDICK, James farmer New Tiers 1878 Memorial 12/305

COBBLEDICK, James farmer Uraidla 1883 Application 20012

COBBLEDICK, Martha Andrews wife of William Henry Cobbledick, of Cleveland Ohio, USA, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN and Charles Burton HARDY solicitors Adelaide, to manage her SA business 8/5/1894 Deposit 45/1894.

No 1

COBBLEDICK, Robert gardener near Mt Lofty 1874[-1879] Memorial 193/279

COBBLEDICK, Robert farmer Uraidla 1883 Application 20012

No 2

COBBLEDICK, Robert gardener formerly of Mt Barker but now of 27 Wallace Ave, Toorak 1921 Memorial 149/483

No 1

COBBLEDICK, Thomas Brann gardener Uraidla 1883 Application 20012

COBBLEDICK, Thomas Brann [formerly gardener Uraidla but then] farmer Maitland 1883 Memorial 205/352, Application 20012

COBBLEDICK, Thomas Brann farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 107 County Fergusson

COBBLEDICK, William slate quarryman Willunga 1857[-1867] Memorial 43/117

No 1

COBBLEDICK, William James gentleman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 16/300

COBBLEDICK, William James farmer formerly of Brighton but now of Riverton 1879 Memorial 185/317

COBBLEDICK, William James farmer Riverton 1880[-1883] Memorial 66/326

COBBLEDICK, William James farmer [formerly of Riverton but now of] Morphett Vale 1884[-1886] Memorial 244/354

COBBLEDICK, William James farmer Brighton 1890 Application 21815

COBBLEDICK, William James formerly farmer Morphett Vale but now District Clerk Marion and Alice Lydia Calphurnia Cobbledick his wife 1896 Application 23057

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

COBBLEDICK, William James farmer Uraidla 1883 Application 20012

No 1
COBIAC, James teamster Jamestown Hundred of Appila land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

COBIAC, James and Simon James farmers Wirrabara 1902 Memorial 41/445

COBIAC, Joseph farmer Hill River Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 509 County Frome

COBIAC, Joseph farmer Hill River Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 509 County Frome

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COBLEY, John storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 498/29 COBLEY, John of King St, Alberton and Sarah Cobley his wife. John AYLING of Lyndoch Valley and Samuel WILSON of Queenstown witnessed J Cobley's will 1855 Memorial 130/276

COBLEY, Sarah widow Alberton 1856[-1880] Memorial 299/108

COBLEY, Sarah widow Alberton 1881 Application 18410

COCHRANE, Elizabeth widow Lordston 1858 Memorial 78/137

COCHRANE, Gabriel miner Redruth 1859 Memorial 181/149

COCHRANE, Harriet widow Langhorne Creek 1909 Memorial 153/460

No 1
COCHRANE, John labourer Sleeps Tiers 1852 Memorial 70/43.

COCHRANE, John farmer Currency Creek 1864 Memorial 289/193

COCHRANE, John farmer The Bremer 1865[-1867] Memorial 114/201

COCHRANE, John farmer Langhorne Creek 1866 Memorial 187/213, Application 7343

COCHRANE, John farmer Langhorne Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1866 Grant Book 58 Page 13 County Sturt

COCHRANE, John formerly labourer Sleep's Tiers 1852 but now farmer The Bremer 1871 Application 11283

COCHRANE, Joseph farmer Geranium Co Buccleuch. Hundred of Bews land grant 1909[-1910] Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

No 1

COCHRANE, Richard labourer Brighton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 342 County Light

COCHRANE, Richard farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

COCHRANE, Richard farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 199 County Dalhousie

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COCK, Alexander licensed victualler Adelaide 1851 Memorial 367/33

COCK, Alexander licensed victualler Adelaide (Pirie St) 1857 Memorial 317/116

COCK, Alexander the Younger formerly of Mt Gambier but now of the colony of Qld. James and John Cock farmers Mt Gambier apparently also belonged to this family, as did Mrs William WARREN nee Cock wife of William Warren of Robe 1872 Memorial 48/261

COCK, Alexander John hotel manager Adelaide (Carrington St) 1905 Memorial 138/453

COCK, Allan George Henry storekeeper Meadows 1949 Application 28658

COCK, Edward farmer Walloway 1888 Memorial 179/392

COCK, Francis miner The Burra 1856 Memorial 352/95

No 1

COCK, George engineer near Pt Elliot 1867 Application 8648

COCK, George engineer Middleton 1879 Memorial 125/380

COCK, George engineer Middleton 1879 Application 27817

COCK, George formerly farmer Middleton but now engineer Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 214/385

COCK, George engine driver formerly of Middleton but now of Adelaide 1874 Application 27782

No 1

COCK, James farmer Castle Range Pt Elliot1869. Enrolment/

No 2

COCK, James farmer Mt Gambier 1859[-1891] Memorial 202/155, Application 22109

COCK, James and John farmers Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1878[-18819] Grant Book 31 Page 4 County Grey

No 1

COCK, John contractor Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 67/254

COCK, John farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1875 Grant Book 31 Page 121 County Grey

COCK, John farmer Hundred of Caroline Hundred of Caroline land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 5 County Grey

No 2

COCK, John farmer Willunga 1880 Application 18179

No 3

COCK, John teamster Whites Forest Stone Hut Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 504 County Frome

No 1

COCK, Jonathan agent Hanson Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 292 County Stanley

COCK, Jonathan of Saddleworth 1880 Memorial 82/322

COCK, Jonathan licensed victualler Exmouth Hotel, Belvidere Road, Saddleworth 1885 Memorial 216/365

COCK, Mary widow Adelaide linked with Robert Cock, James Cock, and Alexander Cock the Younger licensed victuallers Adelaide 1873 Memorial 19/269

No 1

COCK, Nicholas carter Portland Estate 1876 Memorial 23/294

COCK, Nicholas carter Portland Estate1876 Application 15476

COCK, Philip farmer Alford. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 302 County Daly

No 1

COCK, Reuben Glanville miner Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

COCK, Reuben Glanville of Kadina 1888 Memorial 91/395

COCK, Reuben Glanville farmer Boor Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1895 Grant Book 14 Page 247 County Daly

COCK, Reuben Glanville farmer Woodville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 251 County Daly

COCK, Reuben Glanville formerly farmer Bews Plains, had died by 1908. Executrix – Mary Jane Cock widow Patton St, Broken Hill NSW Grant Book 14 Page 254 County Daly

No 1

COCK, Robert farmer Mt Annan near Mt Barker [Balhannah] 1848 Memorial 489/76

COCK, Robert farmer formerly of Magill but now of Balhannah 1849 Memorial 411/17

COCK, Robert storekeeper Balhannah became an insolvent in 1852 Memorial 428/41.

COCK, Robert yeoman Balhannah and Catherine Cock his wife 1853 Memorial 68/48

COCK, Robert and his wife Catherine Cock nee Christie of Balhannah 1853. In Scotland 1836, they had lived at Don Linder near Newburgh, an estate belonging to Mrs Cock Enrolment 12/16

COCK, Robert yeoman formerly of Balhannah but now of Mt Gambier and Catharine Cock his wife formerly Catharine CHRISTIE - the following of their children survived by 1868 - James Cock farmer Mt Gambier, Catharine WARREN wife of William Warren storekeeper Robe, John Cock farmer Mt Gambier and Alexander Cock farmer Mt Gambier Memorial 20/234

COCK, Thomas farm servant Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 113 County Victoria

COCK, W forest foreman Second Valley PO 1919 Memorial 191/478

No 1

COCK, William farmer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 165/4

COCK, William [formerly farmer but now gentleman] Adelaide 1852 Memorial 179/45

No 2

COCK, William miner Redruth 1851 Memorial 474/32

No 3

COCK, William farmer near Kapunda 1861 Memorial 96/179

COCK, William farmer The Moppa near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 30/206

No 4

COCK, William farmer Montacute 1871 Application 11614

No 5

COCK, William farmer Hundred of Ninnes 1895 Memorial 57/426

COCK, William farmer Ninnes 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 298 County Daly

COCK, William Henry miner Yelta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 90 County Daly

No 1

COCKBURN, Alex secretary of the Willowie Land and Pastoral Association Ltd 1905 Memorial 186/452

COCKBURN, Alexander of Adelaide Secretary to the Willowie Land and Pastoral Association Ltd Bowman Buildings, King William St,Adelaide 1916 Application 26480

COCKBURN, Alex of Adelaide secretary to the Yalkuri Pastoral Company Ltd of Bowman Buildings, King William St, Adelaide 1931 Memorial 95/504

COCKBURN, Alexander painter Thebarton 1849 Memorial 201/18

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COCKBURN, Alexander Thomas painter Thebarton 1851[-1852] Memorial 101/36.

COCKBURN, Alexander Thomas carpenter The Parade, Norwood 1853[-1862] Memorials 457/50 and 346/182

COCKBURN, Charles Samuel of Clarence Park. He had at least two daughters - Louisa Maud Cockburn 33 spinster Clarence Park who married Thomas ROBERTS 32 bookbinder Norwood on 3/4/1901 St Luke's Whitmore Square, Adelaide, and Emilie Florence ELLIS widow of Sydney Locke Ellis clerk 38 George St, Clarence Park who died 13/6/1953 South Glen Private Hospital Weewanda St, Glenelg of senility aged 86 Application 28930

No 1

COCKBURN, GS clerk Pine St, Kent Town 1892 Memorial 73/412

COCKBURN, George Stewart of Brookman's Buildings, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1902 Memorial 188/447

COCKBURN, Isabella Begbie spinster North Adelaide 1872 Memorial 228/257

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COCKBURN, James warehouseman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 359/49

COCKBURN, James Esquire Norwood 1863 Application 4622

COCKBURN, James brewer Norwood 1862 Memorial 156/304

COCKBURN, James formerly warehouseman Adelaide 1853 but now Esquire Norwood 1864 Application 5822

COCKBURN, James licensed victualler Kent Town bought the remainder of the lease of the Salisbury Hotel from Jabez TYLEY licensed victualler Salisbury for £50 1876 Memorial 10/293

COCKBURN, James formerly brewer Norwood 1862 but now licensed victualler Salisbury 1877 Application 16313

COCKBURN, James publican Salisbury 1877 Memorial 74/301

COCKBURN, James brewer Norwood 1877 Memorial 156/304

No 2

COCKBURN, James store assistant The Sturt 1928 Application 27700

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COCKBURN, John gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 361/49

COCKBURN, John gentleman Osmond Tce, Norwood and Frances Margaret Cockburn probably his wife 1871 Memorial 147/363

COCKBURN, John Alexander MP Mt Barker 1893 Memorial 236/417

COCKBURN, John Bentley gentleman Osmond Tce, Adelaide [Norwood?] 1857 Memorial 56/132

No 1 – perhaps the same person

COCKBURN, Patrick Esquire North Adelaide linked with Isabella Begbie Cockburn no description 1872 Memorial 118/261

COCKBURN, Patrick gentleman Lorraine Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 682 County Frome

COCKBURN, Thomas farmer Wirrabara 1940 Memorial 114/514

COCKBURN, Thomas Alexander carpenter Norwood 1853 Memorial 457/50

No 1

COCKBURN, Thomas James farmer Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 509 County Frome

COCKBURN, Thomas James farmer Wirrabara trustee Institute Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

No 1

COCKER, Albert Henry butcher Glenelg and Elizabeth Harriett Cocker his wife 1902 Memorial 46/445

COCKER, Albert Henry butcher Glenelg 1908 Memorial 28/460

COCKER, Albert Henry butcher Adelaide Road, Glenelg and Elizabeth Harriett Cocker his wife 1912 Application 26149

COCKER, Gabriel cattle owner Redruth 1860 Memorial 109/162

COCKER, Henry Cleaveland of Cockburn. John Selby Cocker mentioned but not described 1889 Memorial 201/395

COCKER, J of 70 Currie St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 47/406

COCKER, Jane Agnes widow Kent Town 1914 Application 26335

No 1

COCKER, John Collard butcher Walkerville 1846[-1849] Memorial 246/7

COCKER, John Collard gentleman Hackney and John Selby Cocker baker Hackney 1879 Memorial 224/317

COCKER, John Selby publican North Adelaide 1886[-1898] Memorial 94/376, Application 23562

No 1

COCKER, Sophia of North Adelaide formerly Sophia CLARKE, declared that her daughter, Charlotte Jane Clarke, was born on 10/2/1848 and turned 21 on 10/2/1869 Memorial 91/238

No 2

COCKER, Sophia widow Laura commonly known as Sophia MCLEOD, died 2/8/1881. Executors; Francis Beaver OLIVER and Duncan MCRAE not described Memorial 172/366

COCKER, William the Elder farmer Salisbury 1910 Application 25780

No 1

COCKERILL, William C gentleman Norwood 1864 Memorial 198/203

COCKERILL, William C gentleman Adelaide 1879 Memorial 130/319

No 1

COCKING, Francis carpenter North Kapunda 1854 Memorial 174/77

COCKING, Francis the Elder carpenter North Kapunda, died c1857. Father of Francis Cocking the Younger Memorial 182/126

No 1

COCKING, George of Bowden 1841 Memorial 423/20

COCKING, George bricklayer Bowden 1850 Memorial 424/20

COCKING, George mason Bowden. Brompton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1850 Enrolment 97/9

COCKING, George [formerly of Bowden] died 23/12/1852 Bendigo Vic intestate. Elisha Cocking labourer, his eldest son and heir at law, lived near Angaston in 1873 Memorial 64/270

COCKING, George of Bowden 1841. He died 23/12/1852 Bendigo Vic 108108intestate, leaving his son Elisha Cocking labourer near Angaston, as heir 108108at law. George Cocking, had gone to the gold diggings with his neighbour, 108108William Reynolds leather seller Bowden, who stayed with him until his 108death Application 17476

No 1

COCKING, James miner Burra Burra Mine 1849 Memorial 288/16

COCKING, James miner formerly of the Burra Burra Mine but now of Campbell Creek Vic 1870 Memorial 195/247

No 1

COCKING, John bricklayer Bowden 1851 Memorial 347/38.

COCKING, John bricklayer formerly of Bowden but now of Sandhurst Vic 1875 Memorial 172/282

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1?

COCKING, John miner Farina operator of Cocking's silver lead mine on lease land near Mt Lyndhurst 1883 Memorial 97/353

COCKING, John of Avondale Station sale of mineral lease to Thomas YOUNG of Pt Augusta 1883 Memorial 142/354

COCKING, John Marks and Thomas Alfred Burton Cocking carriers Brompton 1907 Memorial 142/456 

No 1

COCKING, John Rich farmer Darlington linked with Mary Cocking widow Darlington 1863 Memorial 222/190

COCKING, John storekeeper Darlington 1877 Application 16082

COCKING, John Rich carrier Adelaide (Currie St) 1900 Memorial 81/440

COCKING, John Rich formerly farmer Darlington but now carrier Glenelg 1905 Memorial 82/454

COCKING, John Rich, COCKING, John Marks and COCKING, Thomas Alfred Burton carriers Adelaide 1906 Application 25222

No 1

COCKING, Philip carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 143/405

COCKING, Philip carpenter Adelaide, died 31/7/1874 intestate. Letters of administration to Emily Mary BORTHWICK widow New Thebarton, to settle his estate Memorial 134/405

No 1

COCKING, Richard farmer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 323/14 Farmer Morphett Vale 1848 Memorial 324/15 Formerly of Morphett Vale now gentleman Kooringa 1850 Memorial 450/24 Miner Kooringa 1850 Memorial 77/30

COCKING, Richard licensed victualler Adelaide 1849 Memorial 357/15 Miner Burra 1849 Memorial 288/16

COCKING, Richard miner formerly of Adelaide but now of Kooringa 1853 Memorial 443/59

COCKING, Richard miner Kooringa 1857 Memorial 50/126

COCKING, Richard miner Adelaide 1854 He bought the Flagstaff Hotel on pt Section 122 Survey B for £600 Memorial 258/70

COCKING, Richard licensed victualler Flagstaff Inn, South Road 1856 Memorial 249/105

COCKING, Richard farmer South Road 1857 Memorial 15/114

COCKING, Richard [formerly miner Adelaide but then of Darlington], died 20/6/1859 Darlington. His whole estate absolutely to his wife, Mary Cocking, who was also to be the guardian of his children Application 28292

COCKING, Mary widow Darlington 1861[-1863] Memorial 290/177

COCKING, Samuel builder Adelaide 1851 Memorial 476/100

COCKING, Thomas Alfred Burton general carrier Bowden, died 20/2/1909. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Cocking 1910 Memorial 108/463

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COCKING, William miner Kanmantoo 1851 Memorial 269/29

COCKING, William miner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 128/55

COCKING, William miner Kooringa 1858 Memorial 208/140

COCKINGTON, Ernest John printer 35 Stanley St, Woodville 1942 Memorial 67/516

No 1

COCKRUM, Gabriel miner Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1859 Grant Book 8 Page 16 County Burra.

COCKRUM, Gabriel stockholder Redruth 1860 Memorial 241/163

COCKRAM, Gabriel cattle owner Redruth 1860 Memorial 160/170

COCKRUM, Gabriel farmer Cartarpo. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 95 County Burra

COCKRAM, Gabriel miner Redruth 1891 Memorial 221/407

COCKRAM, Gabriel miner Redruth rented part of the Court House Hotel from time to time in the late 19th century, but had given up the lease entirely by 1900 Application 28153

COCKRUM, John farmer Cartarpo. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 95 County Burra

COCKRUM, John Henna linked with Section 646 Hundred of Hallett Co Burra 1882 Memorial 111/346

COCKRUM, Thomas Gabriel and William sheep farmers Mt Bryan 1886 Memorial 169/377

No 1

COCKRUM, William farmer McCoy Well Eastern Plains Hundred of Ayers land grant 1869[-1870] Grant Book 56 Page 189 County Stanley

COCKRUM, William farmer near Kooringa Co Burra Hundred of Ayers land grant 1871[-1875] Grant Book 56 Page 189 County Stanley

COCKRUM, William sheepfarmer Cartapoo Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 38 County Kimberley

COCKRUM, William sheepfarmer Cartarpoo 1885 Memorial 76/365

COCKRUM, William of Gum Station Hundred of Bundey Co Burra 1885 Memorial 57/369

COCKRUM, William farmer Mt Bryan 1886 Memorial 102/373

COCKRUM, William sheep farmer Mt Bryan Co Burra 1886[-1896] Memorial 91/374

COCKRUM, William sheep farmer Mt Bryan, power of attorney to Roland STRACHAN acting agent of the New Zealand and Mercantile Agency Co Ltd Adelaide, ‘to manage in the city of Adelaide or at Pt Adelaide all business connected with my sheep stations or lands’ 27/4/1887 Deposit 428/1887

COCKRUM, William sheep farmer Hundred of Bundy Co Burra 1889 Memorial 128/398

COCKRUM, William and Thomas Henry PEARSE stockholders The Gums Station Hundred of Bundey Co Burra trading under the sign or firm of Cockrum & Pearse 1889 Memorials 96 & 97/400

COCKRUM, William warehouseman Mt Bryan and Sarah Georgina Cockrum his wife 1891 Memorial 217/410

COCKRUM, Sarah Georgina wife of William Cockrum Mt Bryan, appointed her husband ‘to look after my private matters, affairs, concerns and things in Adelaide in the said province of SA and in any other part of the world whatsoever’ 28/9/1891 Deposit 85/1891

COCKRUM, William formerly sheepfarmer Mt Bryan but now miner Manna Hill Out of Hundreds 1900 Memorial 144/441

COCKRELL, CL clerk to Messrs G & J DOWNER solicitors Adelaide 1918 Memorial 138/477

COCKS, Alfred William stockholder Wilgena 1899 Memorial 201/439

COCKS, Anthony mine manager Parkside and Elizabeth Cocks his wife 1915 Memorial 189/472

COCKS, Clifford Trevelyan company manager Kent Town and Madeline May Cocks his wife 1914 Application 26373

COCKS, Japhia yeoman Salisbury 1856 Memorial 78/107

COCKS, Joseph commission agent Adelaide 1884 Memorial 210/361

No 1

COCKS, Nowell Debohun Clerk of the District Council of Noarlunga residing at Moana 1937, declared he had held office since 1/6/1935 Application 28086

COCKS, Nowell DeBohun Clerk Noarlunga, from 1/6/1935 Clerk to the District Council of Noarlunga 1947 Application 28555

COCKS, William Henry painter Bowden 1854[-1857] Memorial 269/71

COCKSEDGE, William labourer Adelaide 1875 Memorial 17/287

COCKSHALL, John labourer Gawler Plains 1854[-1859] Memorial 218/67

No 1

COCKSHELL, Daniel farmer near Waterloo Co Light Hundred of Ayers land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 193 County Stanley

COCKSHELL, Daniel farmer near Waterloo Co Light Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 507 County Frome

COCKSHELL, John David linked with Section 169 Hundred of Lindley Co Burra 1886 Memorial 28/380

COCKWICH, Matthew oysterman Pt Lincoln 1875 Memorial 2/300

CODD, Frederick farmer Willaston near Gawler 1851[-1853] Memorial 374/32

No 1

CODD, Henry yeoman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 278/28

CODD, Henry storekeeper Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1853 Memorial 32/48

CODD, Henry carpenter and builder Adelaide 1856[-1862] Memorial 288/110

CODD, Henry builder Unley 1862[-1870] Memorial 342/186

CODD, Henry and TWIGG, James builders and co-partners Adelaide 1860 Memorial 112/168

CODD, Henry builder Adelaide 1870 Memorial 3/246

CODD, Henry Mayor of the Corporation of Unley 1875 Application 14760

CODD, Henry builder Giles St, Unley, died 4/4/1880, of apoplexy, aged 55 111Application 18097

CODD, Henry builder Adelaide died 4/4/1880. His widow disputed something in the will which involved estate left to his two brothers, James Codd shoemaker Wainfleet All Saints, Lincs, and Joseph Codd labourer Mablethorpe, Lincs, England. They appointed Alfred BONNIN solicitor Adelaide to act on their behalf if the matter went to court 21/12/1881. Another brother, Thomas CODD whitesmith Peterborough Northants, England, appointed the Rev’d John Gibbon WRIGHT Dissenting Minister Adelaide, his attorney to secure his legal share of the estate 28/11/1881 Deposit 206/1882

CODD, John farmer Sandergrove 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

CODD, John Henry Frederick contractor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 116/345

CODELL, Henry yeoman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 342/31

COE, David labourer Nantawarra 1890 Memorial 232/402

No 1 - the Elder

COE, Edward farmer near Bagot Well 1867[-1868] Memorial 204/222

COE, Edward the Elder farmer Georgetown. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 476 County Victoria

COE, Edward the Elder had died by 1889. Executors; Mary Ann Coe, Edward Coe the Younger farmer Gladstone and William Coe no description Memorial 16/397

No 2 - the Younger

COE, Edward the Younger farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1875[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 87 County Victoria

COE, Edward farmer formerly of near Bagot Well 1867 but now of Gladstone 1876 Application 15174

COE, Edward the Younger of Mambry [Mambray] Creek 1887 Memorial 3/382

COE, Edward the Younger farmer Gladstone. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1888 Grant Book 60 Page 94 County Victoria

COE, Edward farmer Gladstone 1889[-1896] Memorial 204/397

No 1

COE, William farmer Bagot Well 1861 Memorial 244/173

COE, William farmer Hansborough Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 89 County Victoria

COE, William farmer Hundred of Yangya trustee Institute Booyoolie Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 318 County Victoria

COEL, Joseph mason Hallett. Township of Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 8 Page 283 County Burra

No 1

COFFEE, John farmer Peachey Belt Co Adelaide. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 14 Page 462 County Daly

COFFEE, John no description, died 14/10/1908. One of the executors – Matthias Martin Coffee farmer Collinsfield Grant Book 15 Page 140 County Daly

No 1 - probably the same person

COFFEE, Patrick mason Kapunda 1858 Memorial 198/141

COFFEE, Patrick farmer near Stockport 1864 Memorial 64/198

COFFERS, Patrick crossing keeper Bath township Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26071

COFFEY, Daniel Islington Works government employee Gibson St, Bowden 1918 Application 26709

COFFEY, John farmer Peachey Belt Co Adelaide Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 36 County Stanley

COFFEY, Maurice James clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 32 County Chandos

COFFEY, Matthew Matthias farmer near Snowtown. Snowtown District Hospital trustee 1926 Memorial 181/494

No 1 - perhaps the same person?

COFFE, Michael farmer The Light 1856[-1862] Memorial 181/150

COFFEY, Michael gentleman Adelaide, died 15/1/1891. Husband of Mary Coffey Memorial 159/413

OFFIN, James clerk to William R WIGLEY solicitor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 180/109

COFFIN, Thomas of Blinman trustee Cemetery Blinman North Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 66 Page 168 County Taunton

COFLIN/COSLIN, WF gentleman Kooringa 1881 Memorial 101/335

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COGAN, Daniel Denis farmer The Little Para 1851 Memorial 229/49

COGAN, Daniel Denis farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide 1854 Memorial 13/78

COGAN, Daniel Denis farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 471/79

COGAN, Daniel teamster Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 271/88

COGAN, Daniel Dennis teamster formerly of Peachey Belt but now of Pt Wakefield 1857 Memorial 276/120

COGAN, Daniel Denis farmer Salt Creek near Mt Pleasant 1862 Memorial 273/188 Teamster Pt Wakefield 1863 Memorial 288/188

COGAN, Daniel Dennis farmer Pt Wakefield 1855[-1858] Memorial 314/92

COGAN, Daniel Denis farmer Pt Wakefield. He owned the Wallaroo Inn at Pt Wakefield 1861 Memorial 110/195

COGAN, Daniel Denis farmer Lower Wakefield Special Survey 1864 Memorial 55/195

COGAN, Daniel Denis farmer formerly of Salt Creek near Springton South Rhine 1863 but now of the Wakefield near Auburn 1875 Application 14244

COGAN, Daniel Denis farmer near Undalya Co Gawler. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 50 County Victoria

COGAN, Daniel Denis the Younger farmer near Canowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 54 County Victoria

COGAN, Daniel Denis the Younger farmer linked with Hannah Cogan spinster both of Yanyarrie 1885 Memorial 31/371

COGAN, Daniel Denis teamster Broken Hill NSW, died 6/1/1898. Husband of Julia Cogan. Father of Hannah Cogan. Executor; Thomas HALL commission agent Broken Hill NSW. Estate worth £20 Memorial 90/449

COGAN, Daniel Denis teamster Broken Hill NSW, died 6/1/1898. His whole estate to his wife, Julia Cogan, for life, then to their daughter Hannah Cogan, absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £20. If Julia Cogan sold any estate, Hannah Cogan to get half the proceeeds Application 26153

COGAN, Julia widow Blende St, North Broken Hill NSW, relict of the late Daniel Denis Cogan formerly teamster Pt Wakefield but then deceased 1901. Links with J Cogan labourer Broken Hill NSW Memorial 190/443

COGAN, Edwin Horace labourer Auburn 1954 Application 29063

COGAN, John William farmer Yanyarrie linked with William Frederick Cogan no description 1886 Memorial 97/382

COGAN, William Frederick farmer Hundred of Yanyarrie 1886 Memorial 102/380

COGGINS, Arthur William sawyer Queenstown 1882 Application 19552

COGGINS, Joshua labourer Portland Estate 1877 Memorial 226/297

No 1

COGHILL, William licensed victualler Section 1283 Gilbert River 1847[-1848] Memorial 497/8

COGHILL, William publican Saddleworth 1850 Memorial 219/20 COGHILL, William licensed victualler Saddleworth 1850 Grant Book 0 Page 5 County Unnamed

COGHILL, William farmer Saddleworth 1853 Memorial 487/54

COGHILL, William licensed victualler Saddleworth Hotel Burra Burra Road 1854 Memorial 453/66

COGHILL, William farmer Clare 1855 Memorial 375/87

COGHILL, William [formerly farmer Clare but now] butcher Sandy Creek 1857 Memorial 155/115

COGHILL, William butcher [formerly of Sandy Creek but now of] Kapunda 1857. Enrolment 79/41

COGHILL, William farmer Kapunda, died c1860. Whole estate to his wife, Ann Coghill. Enrolment 79/41

COGHILL, William farmer Kapunda, died 11/1/1860. He left his entire 114114estate to his wife, Ann Coghill. She remarried to Henry WATSON publican 114Kapunda, by 1875 Application 14186

COGHILL, Anne widow Saddleworth Hotel Saddleworth 1861 Memorial 178/177

COGLE, James runholder Tilboroo 1880 Memorial 194/325

COGHLAN, Francis Robert clerk in holy orders Adelaide 1883 Memorial 249/350

COGHLAN, James mason Orroroo. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 163 County Dalhousie

COGLIN, Bartholomew carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 5537

COGLIN, Ezekiah Davoust farmer McLaren Vale 1852 Memorial 432/42

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COGLIN, James carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 26255

COGLIN, James carpenter Hobart VDL 1844. He bought SA land from PB Coglin timber merchant Adelaide Memorial 305/3

No 1

COGLIN, Louisa Eleanor spinster Kooringa daughter of the late William Francis Coglin of the corner of Hill and Commercial Sts, Kooringa, who died 11/1/1887 Memorial 137/383

COGLIN, Louisa Eleanor spinster Kooringa 1887[-1913] Memorial 146/387

COGLIN, Michael storekeeper Yunta Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 163 County Herbert

No 1

COGLIN, Patrick Boyce timber merchant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 234/102

COGLIN, Patrick Boyce gentleman Carrondown near Adelaide 1875 Memorial 69/286

COGLIN, Patrick Boyce gentleman Brompton Park near Adelaide 1875 Memorial 70/286

COGLIN, Patrick Boyce gentleman Brompton 1877 Memorial 244/304

COGLIN, Patrick Boyce Esquire and MP Brompton Park 1880 Application 18189

COGLIN, Patrick Boyce gentleman Coglin St, Brompton Park, died 22/1/1892 intestate, a widower and without descendants. Estate worth £50. He left a brother, James Coglin gentleman North Tce, Adelaide who died 15/3/1894. Helena and Henrietta Coglin spinsters North Tce, Adelaide were sisters to PB Coglin. Helena Coglin died 15/6/1913, of morbus cordis, aged 83. She was born in Co Sligo, Ireland, and came to SA aged 2 years. Henrietta Coglin died 4/5/1920. The next of kin in this family was Louisa Eleanora Mary Coglin spinster Burra, a daughter of William Francis Coglin, a brother to PB Coglin Application 27262

COGLIN, Patrick Boyce gentleman Coglin St, Brompton Park, died 22/7/1892 intestate a widower and without a child. Estate worth £50. Brother to James Coglin gentleman North Tce, Adelaide. Uncle to Louisa Eleanora Mary Coglin spinster Burra daughter of the late William Francis Coglin who died before PB Coglin 1924 Memorial 82/491

No 1

COGLIN, William Francis government ranger Kooringa 1882 Memorial 75/337

COGLIN, William Francis gentleman Kooringa, died 11/1/1887. He left his house and contents, plus his cash, to his daughter, Louisa Eleanor Coglin spinster Kooringa, after WF Coglin had repaid his sister Henrietta Coglin a debt of £200. The trustees had to sell the rest of the estate and give the money to his daughter Louisa Eleanor Coglin. The estate worth £660 Application 27634

No 2

COGLIN, William Francis civil servant 16 West Tce, Adelaide 1920, employed by the Registrar-General of Births, Deaths and Marriages Application 26965

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COHEN, Aaron grocer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 99/58

COHEN, Aaron Edwin gentleman Adelaide, died c1875. He left his entire estate to his sisters, Rosetta Cohen spinster Adelaide and Amelia JAFFA wife of Solomon Henry Jaffa out of business Adelaide Memorial 132/281

COHEN, Aaron died 27/3/1875. He left all his real estate to his sisters, Rosetta Cohen spinster Adelaide and Amelia JAFFA widow Adelaide Memorial 248/297

COHEN, Aaron Edwin gentleman Adelaide, died 27/3/1875. He left his 115115estate to his sisters, Rosetta Cohen spinster Adelaide and Amelia JAFFA 115115wife of Solomon Jaffa out of business Adelaide, equally. Estate worth 115£1,400 Application 18146

No 1 - probably the same person

COHEN, Emanuel general dealer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 3 County Daly

COHEN, Emanuel storekeeper Goolwa 1867 Application 8254

COHEN, Emanuel storekeeper Goolwa 1871 Memorial 167/254

COHEN, Emanuel merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 13 Page 10 County Dalhousie

COHEN, Emanuel gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province of SA for a time, power of attorney to Benjamin Emanuel Cohen gentleman, to manage his affairs 7/5/1885 Deposit 95/1885

COHEN, Emanuel merchant Adelaide bankrupt 13/9/1886 Excellent description of assets Enrolment 54/54.

COHEN, Henry Louis gentleman Hyde Park, London, Middlesex, England 1892 Application 22200

No 1

COHEN, Jessel Rupert business manager Adelaide linked with Lewis Cohen banker Adelaide 1912 Memorial 14/467

COHEN, Jessel financier Adelaide (Pirie St) 1923 Memorial 138/487

No 1 - probably the same person

COHEN, Lewis money agent Adelaide 1879 Application 17340

COHEN, Lewis banker Adelaide (Pirie St) 1883 Memorial 106/352

COHEN, Lewis banker Adelaide 1897 Memorial 137/433

COHEN, Lewis J accountant c/- SIEBERT & SHARP Adelaide 1905 Memorial 134/452

COHEN, Samuel storekeeper Gawler 1854[-1859] Memorial 108/72

COHEN, Victor Mark Napoleon dentist Adelaide 1907 Memorial 240/457

COHN, Julius leather merchant Adelaide (80 Hindley St) 1909 Memorial 35/461

COKE, James yeoman Kensington 1851 Memorial 98/36.

No 1

COKE, James Charles gentleman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 124/8

COKE, James Charles gentleman Kooringa 1851. Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 154/31

COKE, James Charles miller Adelaide 1853 Memorial 284/47

COKE, James Charles miller Company's Mills near Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 219/55 Gentleman Edward St, Norwood late 1853 Memorial 220/55 Gentleman Norwood 1854 Memorial 211/65

COKE, James Charles miller Hackney Road. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 73 County Adelaide

COKE, James Charles miller Hackney Road 1855 Memorial 209/85

COKE, James Charles miller Norwood 1856 Memorial 459/99

No 1

COKER, Hedley James commercial traveller Salisbury 1923[-1927] Memorial 94/487

COKER, Hedley James of Salisbury and Grace Coker his wife 1923 Memorial 111/487

COKER, Grace married woman Salisbury 1916 Application 26522

COKER, Hedley James commercial traveller Salisbury, aged 55 in 1916. He was a grandson of William Coker the Elder Application 26522

COKER, Hedley James out of business Salisbury 1931, declared that he had lived in Salisbury for all his life Application 27854

COKER, Hedley James out of business Salisbury 1937, born 19/6/1861 declared he had spent his whole life in the district Application 28091

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COKER, William gentleman Magill 1846 Memorial 12/81

COKER, William farmer Magill 1847 Memorial 403/8

COKER, William farmer Little Para 1852 Memorial 402/52

COKER, William the Elder farmer Para Plains 1853[-1854] Memorial 479/59

COKER, William farmer Yatala 1856 Hundred of Munno Para land purchase Memorial 312/99

COKER, William farmer Munno Para 1860 Memorial 27/164

COKER, William the Elder of Para Plains, died 15/6/1869. Husband of Sarah Hopgood Coker Memorial 104/411

COKER, William the Elder farmer Munno Para, died 15/6/1869. He left his real estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Hopgood Coker, for life or until her remarriage, then to his son, William Coker the Younger, absolutely in remainder expectant. Also a legacy for his daughter, Sarah Coker [apparently later a Mrs DOW], for life, then to her children absolutely in remainder expectant. Sarah Hopgood Coker died 9/7/1898 Salisbury, of cerebral hemorrhage, aged 89. HJ Coker of Salisbury her grandson Application 23659

COKER, William the Elder farmer Birch Farm, Para Plains, died 15/6/1869. His estate worth £1,000. His wife, Sarah Hopgood Coker, to inherit his estate in trust for life or during her widowhood. Then the trustees to invest £1,000 for his daughter, Saran Coker, to have the income from during her lifetime; after her death, the money to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst her children. The rest of the estate to go to his son, William Coker the Younger, absolutely Application 27514

COKER, Sarah Hopgood, died 9/7/1898, of a cerebral haemorrhage, aged 89. Her grandson, HJ Coker of Salisbury, informed the death Application 26522

COKER, William farmer Salisbury 1887[-1908] Memorial 22/383, Application 22454

COKER, William farmer Salisbury, died 9/12/1910 Hutt St, Adelaide. Husband of Hannah Coker. Father of Hedley James Coker commercial traveller Salisbury Memorials 47 & 80/464

COKER, William farmer Salisbury, died 9/12/1910. His widow Hannah Coker, died 28/2/1912, of cerebral haemorrhage (6 days), aged 74. Born in Devonshire, England. In SA 59 years. Married aged 19. 5/4/4/- Memorials 23/474 & 55/474

COKER, William the Younger farmer Salisbury, died 9/12/1910. His estate worth £7,000. Husband of Hannah Coker 1916 Application 26522

No 1

COLBERT, Benjamin farmer Springbank [near Adelaide]1853[-1860] Memorial 497/55

COLBERT, Benjamin farmer Springbank near Mitcham, died 17/6/1873 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Margaret Colbert, to settle the estate. His only lawful child - Ann SHANNON nee Colbert, lived in Hamilton Vic Memorial 102/354

COLBERT, Benjamin farmer Springbank died 7/6/1871. His wife, Margaret Colbert, died 24/9/1883, leaving her estate to her son, Michael Colbert, and son-in-law John SHANNON, and expressly disinheriting her daughter Mary SHANNON nee Colbert. Mrs Colbert said that her son-in-law should receive the whole of the estate if a dispute arose. The people concerned, together with their solicitor, Archibald MACDIARMID solicitor Adelaide, overturned the will and each party received a third of the estate 1884 Application 20081

COLBERT, Margaret widow Springbank near Adelaide, died 1883. Executor: Joseph WATERS of North Adelaide lance corporal in the Metropolitan Police Force Memorial 40/354

COLBERT, Daniel of the Hundred of Schomburgk 1887 Memorial 225/384

No 1

COLBERT, Edmund labourer Gilbert River 1861 Memorial 56/172

COLBERT, Edmund labourer Gilbert Town Co Light 1868 Memorial 49/230

COLBERT, Edward farmer near Tarlee, died 24/10/1899. Father of Catherine CONNELL widow Tarlee. Estate worth £78 Memorial 196/439

COLBERT, Edward farmer near Tarlee, died 24/10/1899. He left his entire estate, worth £78, to his daughter, Catherine CONNELL widow near Tarlee Application 24146

COLBERT, John carpenter Kapunda 1885 Application 20539

No 1

COLBERT, Michael farmer near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 122/50

COLBERT, Michael of Clapham 1872 Application 12088

COLBERT, Michael, died 27/8/1874 intestate (Son of Benjamin Colbert, who died 7/6/1871). Letters of administration to Michael Colbert's widow, Mary Colbert, who was still alive and living on land (which her husband had handed on to her) in Springbank during 1911 Applications 25912, 20080

No 1

COLBERT, Thomas labourer Thebarton. Hundred of Noarlunga land grant 1848 Memorial 38/17 Farmer Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 180/45 Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1853 Memorial 245/81 Farmer Gilbert River 1853[-1866]. Enrolment 98/5

COLBERT, Thomas farmer Gilbert River 1868[-1875] Memorial 176/232

COLBERT, Thomas farmer Gilbert Town 1868 Memorial 147/231

COLBERT, Thomas of near Gilbert Town [Tarlee] and near Forrester's 1868 Memorial 235/232

COLBERT, Thomas farmer Tarlee 1869 Memorial 168/240

COLBERT, Thomas farmer formerly of Morphett Vale 1856 but now of Gilberton near Tarlee 1871 Application 11463

COLBERT, Thomas farmer Gilbert River 1875 Application 14461

COLBERT, Thomas farmer Tarlee Hundred of Melville land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 19 Page 67 County Fergusson

No 2

COLBERT, Thomas gentleman Kapunda 1877 Application 16203

No 3

COLBERT, Thomas greengrocer Portland Estate 1867 Memorial 129/225

COLBERT, Thomas [formerly greengrocer Portland Estate but now] labourer North Richmond Vic 1870 Memorial 196/248

COLBERT, Timothy labourer Thebarton and Eliza Colbert his wife formerly Eliza QUILTY widow 1867 Memorial 104/220

COLBEY, William H saddler Watervale 1875 Memorial 57/293

No 1

COLBOURNE, Charles Edwin carpenter Portland Estate 1860 Memorial 82/161

COLBOURNE, Charles Edwin carpenter Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 138/169

COLBOURNE, Charles Edwin formerly carpenter Portland Estate 1860 but now labourer Pt Adelaide 1866 Application 7094

COLBRUN, Catherine licensed victualler Pt Lincoln 1881 Memorial 146/334

COLBRUN, Charles Albert tobacconist and hairdresser Adelaide (King William St) 1892 Memorial 174/412

COLBRUN, Henry hairdresser Adelaide 1856[-1870] Memorial 6/103

No 1

COLE, Aaron and William George Cooper builders North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 86/120

COLE, Aaron plasterer Redruth 1858 Memorial 86/142

COLE, Aaron builder Redruth 1860[-1866] Memorial 15/163

COLE, Aaron builder formerly of North Adelaide but now of Kooringa 1860 Memorial 220/170

COLE, Aaron plasterer Redruth 1862 Memorial 147/304

COLE, Aaron builder Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1863 Grant Book 8 Page 152 County Burra

COLE, Aaron formerly of Redruth but now Crown Lands ranger Pt Lincoln 1866 Memorial 216/213

COLE, Aaron harbour master Pt Lincoln 1901 Memorial 177/444

COLE, Aaron harbourmaster Pt Lincoln 1905 Application 24941

COLE, Aaron out of business Pt Lincoln, died 23/9/1917. Father of Thomas George Cole postmaster formerly of Jamestown but now of Petersburg; and Amina Elizabeth PAGE wife of William Benham Page secretary Adelaide. Estate worth £1,700 Memorial 8/477

COLE, Ann widow North Adelaide 1894 Application 22634

COLE, Anne widow Pt Elliot and Frances Rachel Charlotte Cole spinster Pt Elliot 1889 Memorial 141/400

No 1

COLE, Ann Frances Lilburn widow Woodlands near Pt Elliot 1891 Memorial 49/407

COLE, Anne Frances Lilburn widow Woodlands near Pt Elliot relict of the late Stephen Cole formerly of the same place 1895. Later in 1895, Mrs Cole removed to Prospect Memorials 22 & 23/426

COLE, AJ station master Cockburn 1893 Memorial 57/427

No 1

COLE, Beaumont toolmaker Adelaide 1875 Memorial 55/279

COLE, Beaumont engineer and toolmaker Adelaide 1879 Memorial 4/314

No 1

COLE, Charles gentleman Thebarton 1853 Enrolment 72/15 Formerly of Thebarton but now of Norwood 1853[-1856] Memorial 44/51

COLE, Charles carpenter and builder Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 112/179

COLE, Edward carpenter Salisbury 1854 Memorial 133/77

COLE, Edward of Bagot Well near Kapunda 1861 Application 2078

COLE, Edward William bookseller Bourke St, Melbourne Vic leased premises in Francis St, Adelaide 1911 Memorial 187/465

No 1

COLE, Ernest prospector Arltunga 1902 Memorial 14/448

COLE, Ernest Claude prospector Arltunga joint share with John McNEIL and Thomas Corney FLETCHER in a mining lease called the White Range Oversight situated near Arltunga, power of attorney to John RHODEN solicitor 128 Queen St, Melbourne Vic, to act for him concerning this claim and any other claim he may become involved in 29/10/1902 Deposit 19/1903

No 1

COLE, George plasterer Adelaide 1844[-1857] Memorial 424/42.

COLE, George plasterer Adelaide 1844 Application 7113

COLE, George plasterer North Adelaide 1844 Application 19662.

COLE, George plasterer Adelaide 1844 Application 20600.

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

COLE, George plasterer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 497/45.

COLE, George builder near Williamstown 1861 Application 2372

No 2

COLE, George labourer Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 108/92

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COLE, George Edward carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 488/36

COLE, George Edward licensed victualler Mt Gambier 1871[-1875] Memorial 215/253

No 1

COLE, GE of Salisbury 1857 Memorial 266/113

COLE, GE secretary to the Salisbury Land, Building and Investment Society 1857 Memorial 344/123

No 1

COLE, George William plasterer North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 167/39

COLE, George William plasterer North Adelaide 1856 Hundred of Barossa land grant Memorial 120/101

COLE, George William plasterer formerly of North Adelaide but now of Lindfield near the Barossa 1860[-1862] Memorial 188/170

No 2

COLE, George William valuator Adelaide 1882 Memorial 18/343

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COLE, Henry farmer The Sturt 1854 Memorial 269/67

COLE, Henry farmer New Glenelg 1864 Memorial 255/194

No 2

COLE, Henry of Margaret St, North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 49/103

No 3 - perhaps the same person

COLE, Henry Minister of the Gospel Kooringa 1862 Memorial 147/304

COLE, Henry Primitive Methodist Minister Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 227/185

No 4 - perhaps the same person

COLE, Henry farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1875 Memorial 60/287

COLE, Henry farmer Riverton 1875 Memorial 183/297

No 5

COLE, Henry future storekeeper Pt Lincoln, born 10/7/1876 Application 28840

COLE, Henry storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1895-1926 Application 28840

COLE, Henry storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1904 Application 24720

COLE, Henry storekeeper Pt Lincoln, and Leah Elizabeth Cole his wife 1924 Application 27299

COLE, Henry retired storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1951 Application 28840

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COLE, James farmer Clifton St Mary Upper Sturt 1852 Memorial 183/41.

COLE, James farmer near Rapid Bay 1854[-1860] Memorial 461/76

COLE, James and Joel farmers Rapid Bay Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 233 County Hindmarsh

COLE, James farmer Yankalilla 1871 Application 11263

No 2

COLE, James hawker Pt Lincoln 1904 Memorial 185/450

No 1

COLE, James William architect Adelaide 1848[-1860] Memorial 30/12 Member of the SA Building and Investment Society Memorial 259/18 Surveyor Adelaide 1853. Member of the SA Temperance Freehold Land and Building Society Memorial 437/51

COLE, James William Esquire MP Enfield 1857 Memorial 76/131

No 1

COLE, Joel farmer Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 153/51 Farmer Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 221/51

COLE, Joel farmer Rapid Bay 1861 Application 2207

COLE, Joel farmer Rapid Bay and Mary Cole his wife 1865[-1883] Memorial 51/203, Application 19709

No 1

COLE, John labourer Kapunda 1853 Memorial 14/50

COLE, John [formerly labourer Kapunda but now] of Allen Creek 1853 Memorial 102/53

COLE, John farmer near Kapunda 1855[-1867] Memorial 156/84

COLE, John farmer Section 73 Hundred of Kapunda, died in 1869 Memorial 197/243

COLE, Mary widow near Kapunda 1880 probably relict of the late John Cole who died 10/3/1869 Memorial 35/321

No 2

COLE, John farmer Glen Barr Rapid Bay 1864 Memorial 85/200

No 1

COLE, Joseph Stear Clerk to the Upper Wakefield District Council no address 1856[-1857] Memorial 326/98

COLE, Joseph Stear schoolmaster Watervale 1874 Memorial 161/278

COLE, Joseph Stear schoolmaster Watervale, died 15/10/1916. Husband of Hannah Cole nee Hannah PEACOCK Memorial 1/475

COLE, Joseph Stear Carlyon schoolmaster Watervale 1900, declared that he had lived in the district since c1857 Application 23998

No 1

COLE, Nicholas yeoman of SA 1842 Memorial 297/88

COLE, Nicholas yeoman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 293/88

COLE, Nicholas yeoman Adelaide 1843 Application 16917

COLE, Nicholas [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] labourer Cowandilla and Ann Cole his wife 1847 Memorial 298/88

COLE, Nicholas shoemaker Cowandilla 1847 Memorial 447/7

COLE, Nicholas shoemaker Adelaide (Simmons Place, South Tce) 1850[-1869] Memorial 205/24

No 1

COLE, Richard farm assistant Macaw Creek 1872 Memorial 246/259

COLE, Richard farmer Willochra linked with RM Cole farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1876 Memorial 249/288

COLE, Richard farmer Hundred of Willochra linked with Anna Dorothea Cole widow Riverton 1893 Memorials 40 & 42/419

COLE, Richard farmer Willochra 1900 Memorial 42/440

COLE, Richard farmer Willochra Hundred of Willochra land grant 1900 Grant Book 24 Page 550 County Frome

COLE, Robert farmer Hundred of Warrow 1890 Memorial 230/402

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COLE, Robert Messiter farmer Goodworth Macaw Creek by the Gilbert River 1854[-1871] Memorials 83/80 &32/199

COLE, Robert Messiter farmer Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 498/83

COLE, Robert Messiter farmer Macaw Creek Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 1 County Gawler

COLE, Robert Messiter farmer Goodworth trustee Public Cemetery Riverton Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1864 Grant Book 44 Page 51 County Light

COLE, Robert Messiter farmer Macaw Creek 1866 Application 7685

COLE, Robert Messiter gentleman and Robert Cole the Younger both of Goodworth 1871 Memorial 40/253

COLE, Robert Messiter farmer Goodworth near Riverton 1872 Application 12432

COLE, Robert Messiter farmer Goodworth near Riverton, died 25/2/1877. He left his considerable personal and freehold estate to his wife, Ann Dorothea Cole, absolutely. The trust and mortage estate to his brother-in-law Richard WOOD of Dalkey Plains to manage Memorial 139/304, Application 19282

COLE, Anne Dorothea widow Goodworth near Riverton 1879[-1882] Memorial 124/315

No 1 - the Elder

COLE, Stephen Esquire Woodlands near Pt Elliot 1872[-1875] Memorial 32/263

COLE, Stephen Esquire Woodlands Castle Range near Pt Elliot 1877 Memorial 48/298

COLE, Stephen gentleman Woodlands Pt Elliot and Anne Frances Lilburn Cole his wife 1887 Memorial 112/392

COLE, Stephen of Pt Elliot Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1888 Grant Book 36 Page 185 County Hindmarsh

COLE, Anne Frances Lilburn widow Prospect. Relict of the late Stephen Cole gentleman formerly of Woodlands, Pt Elliott, but now deceased 1899 Application 23792

No 2 - the Younger

COLE, Stephen articled clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 116/401

COLE, Stephen BS articled clerk Adelaide [likely to Messrs KNOX, GWYNNE & TOWNSEND solicitors Adelaide] 1890[-1891] Memorial 20/403

COLE, Stephen BS articled law clerk Adelaide linked with Anne Frances Lilburn Cole widow North Adelaide 1892 Memorial 132/413

COLE, Stephen town clerk Goolwa 1899 Memorial 30/438

COLE, Ware William of Euston Murray River Vic 1864 Memorial 298/195

No 1

COLE, William storekeeper Hundred of Barossa 1858 Memorial 168/144

No 2 - perhaps the same person

COLE, William accountant Adelaide 1868 Memorial 87/229

COLE, William merchant's clerk Adelaide, died c1878. Father of William Henry Cole saddler Adelaide Memorial 167/317

No 1

COLE, William George gentleman Enfield 1861 Application 2510

COLE, William George overseer [Bowman Estates] Crystal Brook 1867 Memorial 13/219

COLE, William George farmer Chingford Co Light. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 138 County Daly
COLE, William George gentleman Chingford 1871 Memorial 91/253

COLE, William George farmer Chinkford Co Light Hundred of Goyder land grant 1872 Grant Book 56 Page 408 County Stanley

COLE, William George station overseer Manoora 1879 Memorial 77/316

No 1

COLE, William George Cooper mason Hundred of Barossa 1858 Memorial 311/144

COLE, William GC storekeeper Williamstown 1859 Memorial 248/151 Williamstown Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1859 Memorial 58/161

COLE, William George Cooper builder Kapunda 1865 Memorial 131/204

COLE, William George Cooper formerly builder 1865 but now railway porter Kapunda 1873 Application 13083

COLE, William George Cooper guard Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

COLE, William George Cooper guard Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 123Application 14752

COLE, William George Cooper station master Freeling and William James Cooper Cole printer Adelaide 1880 Application 18114

No 1

COLE, William Henry saddler and harnessmaker Adelaide 1877[-1884] Memorial 200/341

COLE, William Henry saddler Adelaide Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 39 Page 81 County Jervois

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COLEBATCH, GD of Goolwa 1880 Memorial 232/327

COLEBATCH, GP JP of Goolwa 1887 Memorial 26/383

COLEBATCH, Jasper Clyatt of Saddleworth 1920 Memorial 147/482

COLEBATCH, John P storekeeper's assistant Goolwa 1902 Memorial 97/447

COLEBATCH, Susannah widow The Day House, Kingsland, Co Hereford, England, power of attorney to Beaumont Arnold MOULDEN and Bayfield MOULDEN solicitors Eagle Chambers, King William St, Adelaide, to recover from Thomas COLEBATCH Chief Public Works Storekeeper College Town, Adelaide, all moneys owing from him to her, including an AMP life insurance policy to be collected in the event of his death 12/7/1895 Deposit 4/1901

No 1

COLEGATE, John Buckner carpenter Dale St, Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 214/282, Application 18243

COLEGATE, John Buckner no description repaid his loan from the Royal Building Society formerly known as the North Adelaide and General Building Society 1883 Memorial 203/352

COLEGATE, John Buckner builder formerly of Newcastle St, then of Dundas St, Yatala township, died c1894/1895. Husband of Charlotte Colegate. Father of Martha Ann Colegate spinster and Alice Ann BRIDGMAN wife of Frederick Bridgman boot manufacturer Yatala township. Other children alluded to but not named. Executor: Arthur William BAKER civil servant Woodville Memorial 187/424

COLEGATE, Richard Stenz painter Pt Adelaide and Elizabeth Emily Colegate his wife 1892 Memorial 241/414

COLEMAN, Adam yeoman Kanmantoo 1861 Memorial 210/180

COLEMAN, Allan Clarke storekeeper Penola, died 26/10/1863 intestate. George Coleman gentleman York, Co York, England, his eldest son and heir. AC also left a daughter, Helen Jane AUBREY wife of Charles Aubrey storekeeper Penola 1875 Memorial 140/285

COLEMAN, Ann widow Le Fevre Peninsula linked with Eliza Elizabeth Coleman widow Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 4/324

COLEMAN, Anna Maria servant Prospect [probably to Amelia HARRINGTON widow Prospect] 1874 Memorial 148/277

No 1

COLEMAN, Arthur sheep farmer Saddleworth 1859 Application 540

COLEMAN, Arthur sheepfarmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1861[-1867] Grant Book 8 Page 104 County Burra

COLEMAN, Arthur stockholder Saddleworth. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1864 Grant Book 44 Page 321 County Light

COLEMAN, Arthur JP of Saddleworth 1862 Memorial 166/187

COLEMAN, Arthur sheep farmer Saddleworth 1865 Memorial 168/203

COLEMAN, Arthur sheep farmer Saddleworth and Lucy Coleman his wife 1863 Memorial 59/225

COLEMAN, Lucy widow Grange Road, Kingston on Thames, Surrey, power of attorney to William SANDERS storekeeper Waterloo, to complete the purchase of an estate called Fairfield at Mt Barker, on my behalf 28/9/1878 Deposit 1/1879

COLEMAN, Barnard labourer Exeter 1898 Executor for William Coleman, who died 5/6/1897 Application 23564

COLEMAN, Barnett turf agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 227/338

No 1

COLEMAN, Benjamin engineer Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 137/268

COLEMAN, Benjamin labourer Rosewater linked with Mary Ann Coleman widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1878 Memorial 34/307

COLEMAN, Benjamin formerly engineer Pt Adelaide 1858 but now labourer Rosewater 1873 Application 12924

No 1 - possibly the same person

COLEMAN, Charles farmer Gawler River 1855 Memorial 313/96

COLEMAN, Charles farmer Kulpara 1882[-1883] Memorial 218/340

COLEMAN, Charles Joseph Loergan clerk Heath St, Birkenhead, died 18/9/1907. His wife, Mary Coleman, inherited his entire £300 estate. He was a brother to George Coleman formerly hotel keeper Pt Pirie now out of business 48 Westall St, Hyde Park 1924, who declared that he had been born in Bridgwater Pt Adelaide, and lived there until 1884. The brothers used to make sand bricks in partnership during the early 1880s. Their mother, Mary Ann Coleman formerly hotelkeeper Solomon Town, died 6/2/1890 Pt Pirie. She left her entire £600 estate to her two sons in equal shares Application 27200

No 1

COLEMAN, Daniel James greengrocer Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22559

No 1

COLEMAN, Edward coal merchant Croydon Surrey m Charlotte FOWLER, daughter of Joseph Fowler and Sarah his wife, of Tamworth, Staffs 14/4/1825 Quaker Meeting House, Tamworth. Son John Edward Coleman born 26/7/1827 Croydon, Surrey Deposit 535/1855

COLEMAN, Edward farmer Wimbledon Barossa 1849 Memorial 483/19

COLEMAN, Edward farmer Barossa married Charlotte FOWLER spinster 14/4/1825, at Quaker Meeting House Tamworth, Staffs, England. Eldest son and heir, John Edward Coleman born 26/7/1827 Croydon, Surrey, England. The family emigrated to SA. Edward Coleman died 20/7/1849 intestate. His eldest son inherited as heir at law Application 10262

No 1

COLEMAN, Edward Arthur apiarist Fairfield near Mt Barker linked with Joseph Coleman sheep farmer Fairfield near Mt Barker 1888 Memorial 194/395

COLEMAN, Edward Arthur farmer formerly of Gilberton but now of Claremont WA 1905 Memorial 9/454

No 1

COLEMAN, Edward Rose master of the ship Malacca now lying in Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 419/68

COLEMAN, Edward Rose and Elizabeth Coleman his wife lived in Wellington New Zealand by 1863, where he died 30/5/1863 Memorial 232/347

No 1

COLEMAN, Edwin labourer Gumeracha 1857 Memorial 156/119

COLEMAN, Edwin farmer Gumeracha 1864 Memorial 77/197

No 1

COLEMAN, Frederick farmer Kilkerran 1880 Memorial 75/326

No 2

COLEMAN, Frederick farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1881 Grant Book 9 Page 46 County Burra

No 1

COLEMAN, George clerk Alberton 1855 Memorial 80/89

COLEMAN, George formerly clerk Alberton but now guard Dry Creek Stockade 1856 Memorial 122/97

No 2 – the Elder

COLEMAN, George gentleman Queenstown 1856 Memorial 140/112

COLEMAN, George master of the steam tug Young Australian Pt Adelaide 1858 linked with Benjamin Coleman engineer Pt Adelaide Memorial 266/139

COLEMAN, George shipowner Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 185/231

COLEMAN, George shipowner Pt Adelaide 1868, leased the Railway Hotel, Pt Adelaide, for 5 years from AM WOOLDRIDGE gentleman Adelaide - at £325 for the 1st 3 years and £350 for the last 2 years. However, he became a lunatic and died 7/12/1872 Parkside Lunatic Asylum intestate, his wife, Mary Ann Coleman, applying for letters of administration. On 31/5/1875, Mrs Coleman handed back the hotel to the Wooldridge family Application 27548

COLEMAN, George shipowner Pt Adelaide declared a lunatic. Mary Ann Coleman licensed victualler Pt Adelaide appointed to look after his affairs 1869 Memorial 190/242

COLEMAN, George formerly master mariner then certified lunatic Pt Adelaide, died 12/6/1872 intestate. Estate worth £2,200. Husband of Mary Ann Coleman Memorial 36/282

COLEMAN, Mary Ann widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1879 Memorial 128/317

COLEMAN, Mary Ann widow Bridgwater 1880 Application 18129

COLEMAN, Mary Ann widow hotelkeeper Solomontown, died 6/2/1890 Pt Pirie. Estate worth £600. Her estate in equal shares to her two sons, George Coleman publican Solomontown, Pt Pirie and Charles Joseph Lonergan Coleman clerk Pt Adelaide 1891. She was the widow of George Coleman master mariner Pt Adelaide, who had died 12/6/1872 Adelaide intestate and a lunatic. His estate was worth £2,200 Application 22098

No 3 – the Younger

COLEMAN, George licensed victualler Pt Pirie 1895 Memorial 143/425

COLEMAN, George publican Solomontown 1897 Application 23443

COLEMAN, George licensed victualler Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 301 County Victoria

No 4

COLEMAN, George hatter’s assistant York, Yorks, England, entitled to certain lands in Australia, now under dispute. Charles AUBREY ad Helen Jane Aubrey v George Coleman,, Edward WELD, and John CHERRY defendents, power of attorney to John BROWNING schoolmaster Portland Bay Vic, to look after his interests in any land in Australia 2/7/1873 Deposit 252/1873

No 5

COLEMAN, George farmer Gumeracha 1908 Memorial 114/459

COLEMAN, George Taylor linked with William Coleman both of Salisbury 1891 Memorial 26/408

No 1

COLEMAN, John labourer Happy Valley 1851[-1855] Memorial 463/31

COLEMAN, John formerly gardener 1851 but now labourer Happy Valley 1864 Application 5544

No 1

COLEMAN, John Edward farmer Barossa 1853 Memorial 72/60

COLEMAN, John Edward farmer Section 999 Hundred of Barossa linked with Charlotte Coleman widow Uraparinga Section 1531 Barossa Special Survey 1860 Memorial 242/170

COLEMAN, John Edward farmer Clifton near Williamstown, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 90/220

COLEMAN, John Edward farmer Williamstown 1869 Application 10262.

COLEMAN, John Edward of Unaparinga Williamstown 1876 Memorial 92/293

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COLEMAN, John Hipwell brewer Macclesfield 1862, linked with Sarah Coleman widow of Samuel Coleman Macclesfield Application 3081

COLEMAN, JH licensed victualler Meadows 1874 Memorial 12/275

No 1

COLEMAN, John Edward market gardener Williamstown 1935 Application 27987

No 1

COLEMAN, Joseph engineer Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 339/20 ship owner Pt Adelaide 1857. Enrolment 41/46

COLEMAN, Joseph Esquire Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 288/42.

COLEMAN, Joseph lighterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 409/75

COLEMAN, Joseph shipbuilder Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 361/93

COLEMAN, Joseph shipwright Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 171/127

COLEMAN, Joseph master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1865 Memorial 152/205

COLEMAN, Joseph shipwright and shipowner Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorials 271 & 298/205

COLEMAN, Joseph master mariner Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 316/207

COLEMAN, Joseph licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1867[-1873] Memorial 98/223, Application 13151

COLEMAN, Joseph gentleman Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14403

COLEMAN, Joseph lighterman Pt Adelaide, died c1880 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Eliza Elizabeth Coleman of Pt Adelaide to settle the £50 estate Memorial 194/321

COLEMAN, Joseph lighterman Pt Adelaide, died 4/3/1880 Adelaide intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Eliza Elizabeth COLEMAN. Estate worth £50 Enrolment 29/53

COLEMAN, J of Pt Adelaide, Secretary to the Pt Adelaide Working Men's Rowing Club 1894 Application 22740

No 2 - perhaps the same person

COLEMAN, Joseph stockowner Saddleworth 1893 Application 22510

COLEMAN, Joseph sheepfarmer Hampton St, Goodwood 1905 Memorial 9/454

No 1

COLEMAN, Mark carrier Yatala Vale 1872 Application 12303

COLEMAN, Mark farmer Upper Dry Creek 1874 Memorial 151/279

COLEMAN, Mark carter Yatala Vale 1877 Memorial 128/456

COLEMAN, Patrick dairyman Mile End 1865 Memorial 321/208

No 1

COLEMAN, Reuben butcher Golden Grove 1909 Memorial 82/462

COLEMAN, Reuben butcher Golden Grove 1910 Application 25721

COLEMAN, Richard yeoman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 49/19

COLEMAN, Robert merchant formerly of 4 Tokenhouse Yard, but now of 33 Clements Lane, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to John HECTOR gentleman Adelaide 9/12/1851 to manage his SA estate Deposit 17/OA

COLEMAN, Robert William farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1891 Grant Book 60 Page 236 County Victoria

No 1

COLEMAN, Samuel labourer Macclesfield 1849 Memorial 500/23 Husband of Sarah Coleman 1851 Memorial 492/30

COLEMAN, Samuel brewer Macclesfield 1860 Memorial 339/163

COLEMAN, Samuel late farmer Macclesfield, married 10/6/1831 Geddington parish chuch Northants, England, to Sarah nee HIPWELL, of that parish. S Coleman at the time lived as a farmer at Earls Barton Northants. Their eldest and only son, John Hipwell Coleman, was born 2/1/1836, Rodwell??, Beds, England. Samuel Coleman died 16/3/1861 intestate. His son, JH Coleman brewer Macclesfield, inherited as heir at law. Statement by Sarah Coleman widow Macclesfield 3/12/1861 Application 3081

COLEMAN, Susanna spinster and MILLER, Ellen widow both of Macclesfield 1864 Application 5304

No 2

COLEMAN, Samuel farmer The Light 1865 Application 5912

COLEMAN, Sarah storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1873 Application 13106

No 1

COLEMAN, Thomas the Elder farmer Allen Creek 1853[-1857] Memorial 31/127 [It is unclear what happened to Thomas Coleman. Is he the T Coleman labourer's assistant Pt Augusta West, who died 30/11/1892, or did he die in Vic?. The Thomas Coleman family and William COOMBS family owned land together on the Light River where the Hundreds of Belvidere and Kapunda join - Section 1542 east of Kapunda township. Both families were of Allen Creek and then moved to the Wimmera District in Vic. Emma Coleman widow Nhill Vic, died 24/7/1923. Mrs Sarah Coombs widow lived at Warracknabeal 1898 Application 23555, Memorial 13/491 & RPA Search 2477]

COLEMAN, Thomas the Elder family as at 1924 - Henry Coleman labourer Nhill Vic, George Coleman farmer Ouyen Vic, Thomas Coleman the Younger labourer Bendigo Vic, Emily Adelaide Jane USHER married woman Nhill Vic, Esther Susanah CARTER married woman Nhill Vic, and Sarah Maria COOMBS no description (Her son, Albert Coombs, was a mill employee at Nhill Vic) Memorial 13/491 & RPA Search 2477

COLEMAN, Emma widow Nhill Vic, died 24/7/1923. Mother of Henry Coleman labourer Nhill and George Coleman farmer Ouyen Vic Memorial 185/491

No 1

COLEMAN, William labourer Tusmore 1851 Memorial 128/38

No 2

COLEMAN, William farmer Gawler Plains 1852[-1867] Memorial 39/44.

COLEMAN, William farmer Gawler Plains near Salisbury 1862. He could not write Application 3185

COLEMAN, William farmer Two Wells and Flora Coleman his wife formerly Flora FORBES widow of the late John Sutherland Forbes formerly farmer Two Wells now deceased 1868 Memorial 199/228

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

COLEMAN, William farmer Crystal Brook linked with Robert William Coleman no description 1886 Memorial 191/379

No 4 - perhaps the same person

COLEMAN, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 211/241

COLEMAN, W mariner Semaphore 1892 Memorial 78/414

COLEMAN, William labourer Exeter and his wife, Catherine Coleman; she died 16/2/1894. Her cousin, Thomas MEARS, sold her an allotment of land in Yeo St (formerly HARVEY St), Exeter, just before he left SA forever in 1876. Mrs Coleman gave the land to her son-in-law, Arthur Harry MANSFIELD engineer Sandwell, during 1890 when her family experienced financial hardship and she could no longer afford the rates and taxes. The Colemans had two daughters - Catherine QUINN widow Hargrave St, Exeter (born 10/2/1856 Semaphore Rd, Exeter), and Margaret MANSFIELD (born 12/5/1860). AH Mansfield leased this ground to the Semaphore Methodist Tennis Club; he died 28/10/1923. Afterwards, his widow leased the ground to the Semaphore Presbyterian Tennis Club Application 27703

COLES, Aaron builder Redruth 1859 Memorial 218/155

COLES, Alfred licensed teacher Aldinga 1864[-1865] Memorial 16/196

No 1

COLES, Ann widow Alberton 1855 Memorial 192/94

COLES, Ann widow Cheltenham 1857 Memorial 80/118

COLES, Ann widow formerly of Alberton but now of Cheltenham 1858 Memorial 310/146

COLES, Anne widow Cheltenham 1863 Application 4498.

COLES, Ann widow Cheltenham, died c1880. Her son, James Coles publican formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Mitcham 1880 said that he was 31 years old and his mother’s executor. By 1883, he had vanished for a time, whom even the family solicitor, William Brindley WEBB could not trace. The two men had been friends for years. Reappearing at last, James Coles labourer Adelaide 1884 said tha he had been born on 20/7/1849. His mother used to depasture cattle on vacant land adjoining her property. In 1853, she bought land from a Mr BEANS who was about to depart for the Victorian gold diggings - no proper conveyance for the land Application 19734

COLES, Ann widow Pt Adelaide, died 10/11/1879. Mother of James Coles licensed victualler Pt Adelaide Memorials 19 & 20/323

COLES, Ann widow Pt Vincent, died 10/11/1879. Her whole estate to be sold, and the proceeds distributed equally amongst her three children, Harriet HILL wife of John Hill licensed victuallar Pt Vincent, James Coles licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, and Annie Coles spinster Pt Vincent, Annie Coles to receive £200 extra Enrolment 33/53

COLES, Ann formerly widow Cheltenham now deceased linked with James Coles out of business Mitcham 1880 Memorial 38/326

COLES, Charles Henry painter Riverton 1872 Memorial 175/264

COLES, Charles James labourer Black Rock. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1919 Grant Book 13 Page 116 County Dalhousie

COLES, Charles Jenkin auctioneer Kapunda 1913 Memorial 129/468

No 1

COLES, Dalrymple Ross auctioneer formerly of Kapunda but now of Adelaide 1927[-1929] Memorial 124/499

COLES, Dalrymple Ross auctioneer formerly of Kapunda but now of 70 Currie St, Adelaide 1938 Application 28156

COLES, Emily spinster daughter of the late John Coles farmer Penwortham, died 13/6/1887, of epilepsy, aged 33 Application 22625

COLES, Eusebius soapmaker formerly of the Belvidere Road, Lambeth, Surrey now of Rose Cottage, Woodford near Thrapston, Northants, England 1852, father of a dutiful daughter Ann Catherine HUGGINS wife of Samuel Huggins farmer Warmington, Co Warwick, England. By 1870, Mrs Huggins was a widow at Banbury in Oxon. Her husband had died on 25/3/1867. Mrs Huggins also mentioned that her father 'was possessed of very considerable property' Application 10764

COLES, George farmer Saddleworth. Saddleworth Methodist Church trustee 1917 Memorial 186/475

COLES, George Alwyn farmer Clare 1959 Application 29335

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COLES, James labourer Adelaide 1848[-1853] Memorial 415/12

COLES, James farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 107/132

COLES, James farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 1 County Adelaide

No 2

COLES, James licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1878[-1881] Memorial 67/307

No 3

COLES, James out of business Mitcham 1880 Memorial 38/326

COLES, James Mitchell blacksmith Gawler South 1885 Application 20474

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COLES, Jenkin the Younger auctioneer Kapunda 1866[-1880] Memorial 13/211

COLES, Jenkin auctioneer Kapunda Hundred of Dutton land grant 1876 Grant Book 17 Page 93 County Eyre

COLES, Jenkin auctioneer Kapunda 1882 Application 19005

COLES, Jenkin formerly gentleman but now auctioneer Kapunda 1885 Application 20463

COLES, Sir Jenkin gentleman Glenelg formerly Speaker of the House of Assembly, died 6/12/1911. Linked with Charles Jenkin Coles stock salesman Kapunda Memorial 158/466

No 1

COLES, John of Adelaide formerly of the Royal Sappers and Miners Hutt River Special Survey land grant 1850 Memorial 49/164

COLES, John ranger Penwortham 1851 Memorial 253/36.

COLES, John farmer Penwortham 1853 Memorial 16/47

COLES, John Crown lands ranger Penwortham 1856 Memorial 170/115

COLES, John gentleman Penwortham 1874 Memorial 221/275

COLES, John farmer Woodberry near Penwortham, died 24/4/1886. His daughter, Emily Coles, died 13/6/1887, of epilepsy, aged 33. Her brother, John Coles, of Penwortham, registered her death Memorials 157/388 & 33/389

COLES, John the Elder gentleman Penwortham, died c1884. He left his entire personal estate to his wife, Mary Coles, plus the income from his real estate for life. Various bequests to his daughters, Grace HOSKING nee Coles wife of Sampson Hosking, Emily Coles spinster, Mary HOSKING wife of William Hosking, Elizabeth PIKE nee Coles wife of Pharaoh Robert Rogers Pike, Anne Louisa Coles spinster and his sons John Coles the Younger farmer Penwortham, Thomas Henry Coles farmer Penwortham, and William Coles. John Coles Senr's real estate centred on the Woodvale Estate (Sections 12, 13, 14, 360, 361 Hundred of Clare) and the Woodberry Estate (Sections 352, 359, pt 28, pt 29 Hundred of Clare and Sections 32, 471 Hundred of Upper Wakefield). He had bought Section 28 Hutt River Special Survey as a land grant on 12/8/1850, 61 acress, when he left the Royal Sappers and Miners employment in Adelaide Application 22625

COLES, Mary widow of John Coles the Elder farmer Penwortham, died 15/3/1887, of apoplexy, aged 68. Her son, John Coles the Younger Penwortham, registered the death 1888 Application 21452

COLES, Mary widow Penwortham relict of the late John Coles the Elder formerly farmer Penwortham now deceased, died 15/3/1887 Penwortham of apoplexy aged 68. Her son, John Coles the Younger, Penwortham, was the informant Memorial 146/384

No 2

COLES, John farmer Kapunda 1859[-1867] Memorial 93/149

No 3

COLES, John farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

COLES, John farmer Belalie 1883[-1884] Memorial 41/352

COLES, John the Elder 66 widower farmer Belalie (Father: Charles Coles) married Sarah Ann BRISTOW 55 widow Adelaide (Father: Charles Yates) on 6/9/1905 William REED residence Mannanarie. Witnesses: Ethel M Bristow of Semaphore and John Coles the Younger farmer Jamestown Application 26717

COLES, John William Sanders gardener Penwortham 1924 Memorial 164/489

COLES, Jonas farmer Hundred of Tungkillo 1867 Memorial 136/226

COLES, Mary spinster Woodford, Northants, England, power of attorney to Edward WRIGHT the Younger of Gresham St (next to the Union Bank), Adelaide, to supervise the sale of her late father’s land Section 450 Survey B, to Edward and Amadis SURFLEN of the Reedbeds, who already occupied the land 23/4/1855 Deposit 262/OA

COLES, Mary Ann widow Cheltenham 1877 Application 16435

COLES, Reginand labourer Pt Lincoln 1938 Memorial 173/512

COLES, Thomas Emery blacksmith Norwood. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501, Application 27732

COLES, Thomas Peathabridge mason Gawler 1870 Application 10954

No 1

COLES, William carpenter Pt Adelaide 1850[-1857] Memorial 500/21

COLES, William carpenter formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Mt Remarkable 1858 Memorial 93/145

COLES, William George labourer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1937 Grant Book 13 Page 241 County Dalhousie

COLEVILL, Charles farmer Yackamoorundie trustee Institute Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

No 1

COLIGAN, James farmer Tothill Creek. Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1865 Grant Book 44 Page 382 County Light

COLIGAN, James farmer Tothill Creek. Hundred of Waterloo Co Light 1871 Memorial 194/254

No 2

COLIGAN, James farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 257 County Victoria

COLIGAN, James of Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 384 County Dalhousie

COLISTER, James labourer Athelstone 1896 Application 23261

No 1

COLLARD, James carpenter Adelaide 1840 Application 12643

COLLARD, James of SA 1840[-1841] He owned land at Bowden Memorial 22/266

COLLARD, James carpenter Unley 1842 Memorial 327/1

COLLARD, James carpenter formerly of Unley but now of Crewkerne, Somerset, England 1846 Memorial 63/12

No 1 - probably the same person

COLLENETTE, Nicholas labourer North Adelaide 1865 Memorial 214/202

COLLENETTE, Nicholas plasterer Gawler 1878[-1880] Memorial 162/311

COLLENSON, George of the Hundred of Erskine Co Dalhousie 1883 Memorial 122/350

COLLESS, Henry stockholder Innamincka 1880 Memorial 210/322

COLLETT, Henry labourer Portland Estate 1864 Application 5789

COLLETT, John farmer Allendale East Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1883 Grant Book 31 Page 230 County Grey

COLLETT, John Williamson and Laurence Roy Collett farmers Willyaroo (formerly called New Hamburgh) near Strathalbyn 1954 Memorial 28/529

No 1

COLLETT, Ralph Vivian labourer Goolwa 1935 Memorial 125/508

COLLETT, Ralph Vivian labourer formerly of Goolwa but now of Carbarita Vic 1940 Memorial 156/514

No 1

COLLETT, Stephen farmer the Finniss 1875 Application 14369

COLLETT, Stephen farmer Lower Finniss 1875 Memorial 104/285

COLLETT, Stephen farmer Queen's Own Town 1876[-1894] Memorial 177/289, Application 22909

COLLETT, Stephen farmer Lower Finniss Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1882[-1885] Grant Book 37 Page 14 County Hindmarsh

No 1

COLLEY, EM clerk to Richard Bowen Colley land agent Adelaide 1874 Memorial 44/272

COLLEY, Edward Mammott stock and station agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 238/342

No 1

COLLEY, Isabella widow North Adelaide 1875 Memorial 101/286

COLLEY, Isabella widow Glenelg 1876 Memorial 82/290

COLLEY, Isabella widow formerly of Glenelg but now in parts beyond the seas 1877 Memorial 49/301

COLLEY, James yeoman Adelaide 1840[-1850] Memorial 120/255, Application 16945

COLLEY, Knox Lister gentleman Battersea Park near Edwardstown 1915 Memorial 14/473

COLLEY, Neville Lister gentleman formerly of Battersea Park near Edwardstown but at present of parts beyond the seas 1915 Memorial 92/473

COLLEY, RA of Adelaide, liquidator of the Wharf and Land Company of Pt Adelaide South Ltd 1888 Memorial 33/394

COLLEY, Richard Bowen accountant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 484/35 Land agent Adelaide 1853 Memorial 407/50

No 1

COLLEY, RB clerk to RC BAKER solicitor Adelaide 1877 Memorial 35/298

COLLEY, Reginald B clerk to Messrs BAKER & BARLOW solicitors Adelaide 1881 Memorial 118/330

COLLEY, Reginald Beaumont solicitor Adelaide, and Isabella Jane Colley his wife a trustee for the estate of the late James SCOTT formerly stockholder Darling River near Wentworth NSW who died 10/2/1872 Memorial 84/398

No 1

COLLEY, RN Secretary to the Port Lands Co Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15680.

COLLEY, Richard Neville land agent of the firm of REID, JAY & Co wine and spirit merchants Adelaide (Grenfell St) formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1883 Memorial 210/352

COLLEY, Richard Neville station agent Adelaide 1893 Application 22512

COLLEY, Richard Neville accountant Adelaide, at present residing in New Zealand 1899 Memorial 155/439

COLLEY, Thomas settler Hindmarsh 1849[-1853] Memorial 40/18

COLLEY, William farmer Currency Creek 1897 Application 23288

COLLIE, George draper Adelaide 1857 Memorial 84/117

No 1

COLLIE, William of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 58/69

COLLIE, William draper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 319/80

COLLIER, Alfred the Elder merchant 69 Stamford Hill, Middlesex, England, died 13/3/1887, of blood poisoning and diarrhoea, aged 64. Trustee of the Australian Mining Coy. His son, Alfred Collier the Younger, was in attendance Deposit 76/1904

No 1

COLLIER, Christopher storekeeper Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 409/79

COLLIER, Christopher gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles William ALLEN of Ackland St, Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 12/11/1855 Deposit 665/1855

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COLLIER, David the Elder railway porter Willaston 1862 Memorial 197/182

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COLLIER, David railway porter formerly of Willaston 1862 but now of Gawler West 1865 Application 6343

COLLIER, David railway porter Gawler South 1877 Application 15760.

COLLIER, David licensed victualler Gawler 1892 Application 22405.

COLLIER, David the Elder labourer then hotelkeeper Mill Inn Gawler South, died 3/6/1896. His widow, Hannah Collier, died 23/5/1920. His son, David Collier the Younger, was a railway officer in Adelaide 1937. Other children included Hannah Collier, Georgina Elizabeth Collier, Reuben Collier and Arthur James Collier Application 28066

COLLIER, David the Younger railway officer Adelaide 1925 Memorial 66/493

COLLIER, George James shoemaker Yankalilla 1864 Application 5213

No 1

COLLIER, Henry Esquire London, but at present residing in Adelaide 1845 Memorial 433/4 Merchant Alberton; also Director Greenock Creek Mining Company 1847 Memorial 14/9

COLLIER, Henry Esquire Adelaide, about to embark on a voyage to Europe, power of attorney to Alexander Lang ELDER Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 2/6/1847 Deposit 95/OA

COLLIER, Henry Esquire Alberton 1848 Bought land in the Hundred of Para Para in partnership with PJ TOD. Enrolment 39/3

COLLIER, Henry Esquire Alberton, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Patrick James TOD Esquire Waltham Lodge, near Adelaide, sale of land along the South Para River, to sell his portion of this land for which the men are partners 10/2/1848. 5/7/1854 of New Broad St, London, Middlesex, transfer of attorney to George ELDER and Thomas ELDER merchants Adelaide 5/7/1854 Deposit 30/OA

COLLIER, Henry Esquire of Great Britain 1848 Memorial 47/12

COLLIER, Henry druggist late of Adelaide, but now absent therefrom 1850 Memorial 334/19

COLLIER, Henry gentleman formerly of Alberton but now of parts beyond the sea 1852 Memorial 221/44

COLLIER, Henry Esquire formerly of Alberton but now of London, England 1855 Memorial 326/81

COLLIER, Henry engineer formerly of Adelaide but now of New Broad St, London, Middlesex, England 1859[-1865] Memorial 102/161

COLLIER, Henry general merchant 45 Sussex Square, East Brighton, Sussex, died 20/8/1903 old age, aged 84. Step son Emilius HOPKINSON, present at the death Deposit 76/1904

COLLIER, Hubert labourer Woolundunga 1885 Memorial 134/369

COLLIER, Jesse greengrocer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 152/48

No 1

COLLIER, John George bootmaker Adelaide 1844 Memorial 460/42

COLLIER, John George bootmaker Yankalilla 1857[-1864] Memorial 98/116

No 1 - possibly the same person

COLLIER, Joseph Dry Creek 1850. Enrolment/

COLLIER, Joseph waiter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 362/49

COLLIN, Charles labourer Clare 1904[-1909] Memorial 201/451

COLLIN, Matthew of Thebarton 1854 Memorial 212/72

COLLINGRIDGE, Joseph labourer Echunga, died 15/7/1882. Father of William Collingridge labourer Echunga. Estate worth £20. William Collingridge still at Echunga in 1891 Memorials 214 & 215/406

No 1

COLLINGRIDGE, William labourer Echunga, died 10/3/1920 intestate and a widower. Father of Stephen Collingridge labourer Echunga Memorial 86/482

COLLINGRIDGE, William labourer Echunga now deceased 1921 - children included; Stephen Collingridge labourer Echunga; Louisa RADLEY married woman Perth WA; Frederick Collingridge farmer; Alice PLANE married woman; Joseph Collingridge farmer; William Alexander Collingridge; Violet KEANE married woman; Beatrice Amy LIEBELT married woman all of Echunga Memorial 94/483

COLLINGS, Henry miner Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1859 Grant Book 8 Page 81 County Burra

No 1

COLLINGS, Henry Thomas butcher Hahndorf 1853[-1859] Memorial 344/56

COLLINGS, Henry Thomas butcher Hahndorf 1855 Enrolment 60/39

COLLINGS, Henry Thomas butcher formerly of Hahndorf but then of Adelaide 1859 Memorial 16/153

COLLINGS, James carrier Adelaide (Gouger St) 1848 Memorial 119/11

No 1

COLLINGWOOD, Edward of 1 Colonnade Exchange, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 497/27

COLLINGWOOD, Edward Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 381/31

COLLINGWOOD, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 466/39.

COLLINS, Alexander Stewart farmer Christies Beach, died 24/11/1954 Daw Park. Husband of Ethel Louisa Collins. Father of Lois Ethel DOECKE, Jean KELSH, and Alexander Collins Memorial 146/530, Application 29148

COLLINS, Alfred shunter Queenstown 1885 Application 20791

COLLINS, Alfred James farmer Mt Gambier 1901[-1915] Memorial 146/443

COLLINS, Amelia Georgina spinster Adelaide 1851. Lent out money on mortgage. Later wife of George Henry SCANTLEBURY grocer Adelaide. Enrolment 58/46

No 1

COLLINS, Angas Edward horticulturalist Gawler Park 1910 linked with JH ANGAS of Collingrove Memorial 175/463

COLLINS, Angas Edward horticulturalist Gawler Park 1914 Memorial 14/471

COLLINS, Anne widow Dry Creek 1868[-1874] Memorial 207/227

COLLINS, Annie of Stanley St, North Adelaide 1913 Memorial 158/472

COLLINS, Bertram Reginald, representing the SA Vineyard Company Ltd, with offices at Magill 1927 Application 27612

COLLINS, Catherine widow Delamere, died 3/7/1930 Inman Valley. Mother of Henry Gordon Collins farmer Corney Point, Alice Beatrice PARSONS of Inman Valley, Rosalie Kate URLWIN, Edith Maria BENNETT, Elizabeth May MURDOCH and Myra Dorothy MAYFIELD. Estate worth £4,291 Memorial 125/503

No 1

COLLINS, Charles carter Bowden 1849 Memorial 218/15 Labourer Bowden 1850 Memorial 313/23

COLLINS, Charles 24 lime burner Brompton married Ellen POTTER nee YANDALL 23 widow, on 29/10/1849 St John’s Halifax St, Adelaide. Minister WJ WOODCOCK. Witnesses: William CANT and Jane JACKSON. None of the wedding party could write. Two children - William Charles Collins born 28/5/1851 The Murray, where his father was a miner. Was this place Tungkillo?? Elizabeth Jane Collins born 13/3/1854 place unknown. In January 1856, the family left overland for the Victorian gold diggings. Charles Collins accidentally shot himself about 150 miles from Sandhurst, on the way to the diggings, on 15/2/1856 intestate. His only son, William Charles Collins engine driver Californian Gully near Sandhurst Vic 1889, inherited his estate as heir at law. Widow Ellen Collins remarried 14/10/1857 to William Thomas SKERRY at White Hills Sandhurst Vic. Owing to the large number of shifts, she had lost or destroyed the deeds to her husband charles Collins’s land - pt lot 25 Cochrane Tce, Prospect, which her son put under the RPA and sold for £75 in 1889 Application 21754

No 2

COLLINS, Charles and John farmers Enfield 1855[-1856] Memorial 250/89

No 3

COLLINS, Charles of Beltana 1891 Memorial 15/409

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COLLINS, Christopher farmer Brighton 1849 Memorial 279/15

COLLINS, Christopher farmer Belalie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 134 County Victoria

COLLINS, Christopher gentleman Jamestown 1881 Application 18145

No 1

COLLINS, Christopher John farmer Brighton, declared an insolvent debtor in 1858 Memorial 193/141

COLLINS, Christopher John farmer New Glenelg 1884 Memorial 74/360

No 2

COLLINS, Christopher John dealer near Walkerville 1868[-1871] Memorial 9/228

COLLINS, Christopher John chaffdealer Walkerville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 129 County Victoria

COLLINS, Christopher Matthew saddler Walkerville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 129 County Victoria

No 1

COLLINS, Colin Campbell engineer Old Port Road, Queenstown 1941 Memorial 35/516

COLLINS, Colin Campbell engineer formerly of Old Port Rd, but now of 21 Craighill Rd, St Georges 1954 Application 29024

COLLINS, David of Aldinga 1877 Memorial 200/301

COLLINS, David Abraham farmer Mt Gambier 1900 Memorial 63/441 

COLLINS, Daniel farmer Mt Bryan Flat Hundred of Terowie land grant 1886 Grant Book 40 Page 19 County Kimberley

COLLINS, Denis linked with Section 10 Hundred of Gumbowie 1888 Memorial 130/390

No 1

COLLINS, Edward farmer Section 9a Hundred of Onkaparinga 1856[-1859] Memorial 235/95

COLLINS, Edward gardener Summertown 1876 Application 15183

No 2 - perhaps the same person

COLLINS, Edward farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 142/113

COLLINS, Edward farmer near Tapley Hill 1862 Memorial 347/183

COLLINS, Edward farmer Tapley Hill 1864 later farmer Morphett Vale, had died by 1898, when his son, George Collins, lived at Hahndorf Application 29096

COLLINS, Edward carrier Morphett Vale, died 2/12/1898. Father of Rebecca MINEAR wife of Richard Minear labourer Fifth St, Bowden and Hannah EASTON wife of Joseph Easton carter Morphett Vale. Also George Collins no description Memorials 7/437 & 95/437

COLLINS, Francis James farmer Mallala Co Gawler. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1909[-1911] Grant Book 12 Page 122 County Chandos

COLLINS, Francis Le Hardy farmer Yackamoorundie Creek. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 86 County Victoria

COLLINS, Frederick father of Frederick William Collins both farmers Delamere 1908 Memorial 147/459

COLLINS, Frederick Clarence grocer Kingston S-E. Kingston Methodist Church trustee 1948 Memorial 41/523

COLLINS, George farmer Wandearah trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

COLLINS, George Edward farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 123 County Grey

COLLINS, George F of Williamstown linked with John Curtice Collins farmer Williamstown 1879 Memorial 85/316

No 1

COLLINS, George Gillett farmer Woodside 1853 Memorial 182/60 Farmer New Forest 1853 Memorial 232/60

COLLINS, George Gillett farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 62 County Grey

COLLINS, George Miles farmer Brighton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 192 County Victoria

COLLINS, George Thomas storekeeper Williamstown 1884 Memorial 249/361

COLLINS, Georgiana widow Adelaide 1851[-1858] Memorial 294/32

No 1

COLLINS, Harold Claude orchardist McLaren Flat 1924 Memorial 171/490

COLLINS, Harold Claude orchardist formerly of McLaren Flat but now of Kangarilla 1935 Application 27996

No 1

COLLINS, Henry miner First Creek 1846. In partnership with Edmond Wilson HODGSON miner First Creek Memorial 271/7

No 2

COLLINS, Henry painter and glazier George St, Norwood 1865 Application 6627

No 3

COLLINS, Henry farmer Mt Bryan Flat. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 96 County Burra

COLLINS, Henry sheepfarmer Mt Bryan and Jane Collins his wife 1897 Memorial 202/431

No 4

COLLINS, Henry farmer Franklin Harbour 1887 Memorial 240/388

COLLINS, Henry Gordon farmer Delamere linked with Catherine Collins widow Delamere 1929 Memorial 145/501

COLLINS, Henry Michael General Manager of Reuter’s Telegram Company for Australia and New Zealand Collins St, Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Henry Hulatt BRADSHAW Acting Manager for Reuters in SA, to manage the Company’s SA affairs 23/12/1904 Deposit 72/1905

COLLINS, Herbert Leslie accountant North Adelaide secretary to and liquidator of the Walkerville Co-operative Brewing Co Ltd 1916 Memorial 135/474

COLLINS, Howard Claude orchardist McLaren Flat 1930 Memorial 94/503

No 1

COLLINS, James farmer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 74/19

COLLINS, James farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 218/19

COLLINS, James farmer Mt Barker Springs 1852[-1856] Memorial 358/69

COLLINS, James farmer Mt Barker Creek 1854 Memorial 422/64

COLLINS, James farmer Mt Barker 1856[-1858] Memorial 127/188

COLLINS, James farmer Mt Barker Springs, died 10/12/1863. He left his 138entire estate to his wife, Mary Collins Application 14863

COLLINS, Mary widow Mt Barker Springs 1865 relict of the late James Collins farmer Mt Barker Application 6255

COLLINS, Mary widow Mt Barker 1868 relict of the late James Collins farmer formerly of Adelaide but then of Mt Barker 1850 Application 9453

COLLINS, Mary farmer Mt Barker Springs 1876, widow of the late James Collins formerly farmer Mt Barker Springs. She could not write Application 14863

No 2

COLLINS, James yeoman Bowden 1852 Memorial 431/41.

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

COLLINS, James carrier Port Road 1854 Memorial 286/75

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COLLINS, James son of John Collins both farmers Enfield 1853 Memorial 233/57

COLLINS, James farmer formerly of Enfield but now of the Hundred of Para Wirra 1857 Memorial 134/124

COLLINS, James farmer formerly of Enfield but now of Houghton 1859 Memorial 174/151

COLLINS, James the Elder and Younger of Mallala 1875 Memorial 212/285

COLLINS, James the Younger farmer Balaklava 1880 Memorial 61/321

COLLINS, James the Younger farmer Balaklava, became a bankrupt in 1891 Memorial 16/409

No 5 - likely to be the same person

COLLINS, James farmer Yankalilla 1856[-1857] Memorial 260/101, Application 4396

COLLINS, James farmer Rapid Bay 1862 Memorial 1/187

COLLINS, James farmer The Stockyards at Rapid Bay 1862 Application 2953

COLLINS, James farmer Glenburn near Rapid Bay 1863 Application 4040.

COLLINS, James farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1864 Grant Book 37 Page 234 County Hindmarsh

COLLINS, James farmer formerly of Yankalilla 1857 but now of Rapid Bay 1865 Application 6752

COLLINS, James farmer Delamere, died 13/6/1882. His family as disposed in 1908 included - Charles William Collins, Frederick Collins and Frederick William Collins all farmers Delamere Memorial 208/458

No 6 - perhaps the same person

COLLINS, James farmer St Marys on the Sturt 1865[-1878] Memorial 65/206, Application 22882

COLLINS, James farmer Darlington 1881[-1882] Memorial 24/334

No 7

COLLINS, James farmer Mt Barker Springs Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 625 County Frome

No 8

COLLINS, James blacksmith Edenhope Vic Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 119 County Grey

No 9

COLLINS, James farmer Hundred of Coglin 1886 Memorial 159/373

COLLINS, James farmer Hundred of Coglin. John Collins mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 2/388

No 10

COLLINS, James messenger Government House Adelaide 1898 Memorial 60/436

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COLLINS, James Gillett farmer New Forest 1853 Memorial 232/60

COLLINS, James farmer Mount Farm New Forest 1858 Memorial 287/147

COLLINS, James Gillett farmer German Swamp near Woodside 1858 Memorial 15/134

COLLINS, James Gillett farmer Section 5148 Hundred of Onkaparinga Mount Farm, New Forest, near Woodside 1860 Application 1074

COLLINS, James Gillett farmer formerly of the New Forest but now of Mannum 1883 Application 19675

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COLLINS, John sawyer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 282/52

COLLINS, John sawyer Enfield near Adelaide 1843[-1849] Memorial 281/52

COLLINS, John farmer Enfield 1850[-1854] Memorial 24/27

COLLINS, John of Enfield in c1852 sold Lot 20 in Enfield to John GILBY who immediately built a cottage on the site. He suddenly disappeared c1854 before finishing paying for the land. John Collins pulled down the cottage and then sold the land again in 1862 to Lionel BLACKMORE dentist Adelaide. John Collins died c1879 Application 25658

COLLINS, John farmer Enfield 1858 Application 22

COLLINS, John labourer Enfield 1866 Memorial 60/220

COLLINS, John gentleman Enfield 1875 Memorial 79/282

No 2

COLLINS, John the Elder miner Emu Flats 1851 Memorial 221/33

COLLINS, John farmer Auburn 1852[-1875] Memorial 317/44

COLLINS, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1854 Auburn Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 345/72

COLLINS, John the Elder farmer Upper Wakefield Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 123 County Stanley

No 3

COLLINS, John farmer Myponga 1854 Memorial 402/61

COLLINS, John Collins farmer Myponga, died c1855. He gave his wife, Charlotte Collins, a life interest in trust in his farm, then to her children equally absolutely in remainder expectant - Job ROWLEY, born 26/7/1842 (gardener Forest Range 1894) and Giles Rowley, born March 1847 (labourer Myponga 1894), sons by her previous husband John Rowley. John and Matthew COLVILLE farmers Willunga and John Vanstone publican Willunga had witnessed the will in 1855. John WALLACE farmer Noarlunga was a friend of John Collins, and had formerly been the beneficiary of his estate.

Mrs John Collins formerly Rowley nee Charlotte Smith 41 widow Myponga (Father: William Smith) married Robert POLDEN 23 farmer Myponga (Father: Cornelius Polden) on 26/3/1857 Farmer John VANSTONE's home Willunga. He and Eliza Vanstone witnessed the marriage. Minister: James ROBERTS Bible Christian Minister. Charlotte POLDEN wife of Robert Polden farmer Myponga, died 13/6/1894, of senile decay, aged 86. She was the widow in turn of John Rowley and John Collins Application 22727

No 4

COLLINS, John contractor Goodwood 1858 Memorial 198/139

No 5 - likely to be the same person

COLLINS, John hawker Thebarton 1860[-1866] Memorial 179/168

COLLINS, John draper Thebarton 1866 Application 7424

COLLINS, John formerly hawker Thebarton 1860 but now draper Woodville 1876 Application 15276

COLLINS, John draper Adelaide 1884 Application 20102

COLLINS, John gentleman and his wife, Catherine Collins, lived in Chapel St, Thebarton, between 1860-1893, when John Collins died on 3/4/1893. He left his real estate to his unmarried daughter, Elizabeth Viviania Collins, in trust for life, then to any future children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Elizabeth Collins 32 servant Adelaide married William MCLEAN 33 engineer Adelaide (Father: George McLean) on 29/11/1895 the Archbishop's residence Adelaide. Minister: Bernard NEVIN. Witnesses; WP WALLACE storekeeper Adelaide and Denis FORANS labourer Adelaide. By 1901, the McLeans had two children - George Arthur McLean and Mary Imelda McLean - who would inherit her house in Thebarton under the terms of their grandfather's will Application 24164

COLLINS, John gentleman Chapel St, Thebarton, died 3/4/1893. His daughter and executrix, Elizabeth Viviania Collins, married William MCLEAN on 29/11/1895. Two children of the marriage - George Arthur McLean and Mary Imelda McLean, both of whom had turned 21. By 1921, the McLeans lived at Mile End Application 27026

COLLINS, John gentleman Chapel St, Thebarton, died 3/4/1893. Father of Elizabeth Viviania Collins and Stephen Joseph Collins. Elizabeth Viviania Collins married 29/11/1895 to William McLean. Parents of George Arthur McLean and Mary Imelda McLean 1921 Memorial 62/483

No 6

COLLINS, John draper Woodville 1877 Memorial 117/302

No 7

COLLINS, John farmer Cavenagh Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

No 8

COLLINS, John of Mt Bryan East. C Collins mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 161/404

COLLINS, John sheepfarmer Collinsville 1908[-1914] Memorial 95/459

No 9

COLLINS, John hotelkeeper Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 69/441 

COLLINS, John gentleman formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Ballarat West Vic 1911 Memorial 84/464

No 1

COLLINS, John Curtice farmer Williamstown 1879 Memorial 38/315

COLLINS, John Curtice farmer Williamstown 1879. His widow, Mary Ann Collins, died 21/12/1891, of broncho-pneumonia, aged 69. Their son called William Thomas Collins of Adelaide. Other children included John Curtice Collins, George Thomas Collins storekeeper Gawler and Mary Curtice TRESTRAIL nee Collins Application 22213

No 1

COLLINS, John Thomas farmer Urania Maitland trustee school Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

COLLINS, John Thomas farmer Urania Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 226 County Fergusson

COLLINS, John Thomas farmer Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1896 Grant Book 19 Page 227 County Fergusson

No 1 – founder of Collinsfield
COLLINS, Joseph yeoman Black Forest 1851[-1853] Memorial 125/39

COLLINS, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 416/51

COLLINS, Joseph farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of the Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 313/56

COLLINS, Joseph farmer Munno Para 1857 Memorial 133/119

COLLINS, Joseph farmer Gawler Plains 1857. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Gawler River Memorial 92/515

COLLINS, Joseph farmer Gawler Plains 1861 Application 2084

COLLINS, Joseph farmer Gawler Plains 1864 Memorial 212/193

COLLINS, Joseph farmer Broughton (later called Redhill) Co Daly. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1872 Grant Book 55 Page 180 County Stanley

COLLINS, Joseph farmer formerly of the Black Forest 1852 but now of Collinsfield 1874 Application 13969

COLLINS, Joseph farmer Angle Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 359 County Daly

COLLINS, Kathleen Uletta spinster Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 71/441 

No 1

COLLINS, Levi farmer Hundred of Gilbert Co Light 1855[-1861] Memorial 422/93

COLLINS, Levi shepherd Hundred of Blyth Co Stanley 1865 Memorial 65/208, Application 6311

COLLINS, Levi farmer Auburn Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 117 County Stanley

COLLINS, Levi farmer formerly of the Hundred of Gilbert but now of near Kooringa 1883 Memorial 86/352

COLLINS, LJ labourer Pt Lincoln linked with Gladys Mabel Collins and Mary Elizabeth HARTE both married women Pt Lincoln 1945 Memorial 110/519

COLLINS, Mary of Ifould St, Adelaide 1869 Memorial 184/258

COLLINS, Mary Ann widow Williamstown 1882 Memorial 247/342

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COLLINS, Matthew plasterer Adelaide 1845[-1859] Memorial 471/4 Linked with William Collins builder Adelaide 1859 Memorial 244/149

COLLINS, Matthew farmer Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 21/33

COLLINS, Matthew farmer Section 1082 Hundred of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 124/102

COLLINS, Matthew farmer Angle Vale 1871 Application 11663

COLLINS, Matthew farmer Pt Gawler 1884 Memorial 155/355

Farmer Angle Vale 1884 Memorial 156/355

COLLINS, Matthew farmer Nailsworth 1891 a person of unsound mind by 1898 under the Lunatics Act 1864 Application 24746

COLLINS, Matthew a person of unsound mind Maylands linked with William Saunders Cook Collins Maylands 1898 Memorial 63/434

COLLINS, Meryick Clarence Charles mechanic Noarlunga 1939, declared that he had lived in the district for 42 years Application 28191

No 1

COLLINS, Michael servant Adelaide 1879 Memorial 228/313

No 2

COLLINS, Michael farmer Gulnare South. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 296 County Victoria

No 3

COLLINS, Michael farmer Wonna Co Kimberley 1882 Memorial 113/347

No 1

COLLINS, Patrick yeoman Newenham on the Torrens 1869 Memorial 18/269

COLLINS, Patrick carter Balmoral 1871 Application 11478.

COLLINS, Patrick carter Newenham on the Torrens, Paradise 1875 Application 14498

COLLINS, Patrick carter Newenham on the Torrens 1878 Memorial 165/310

COLLINS, Phillip farmer Willaston 1863 Memorial 9/238

COLLINS, Ralph labourer Hackham and Caroline Collins his wife 1904[-1915] Memorial 156/450

No 1

COLLINS, Reuben labourer Hindmarsh 1880 Application 18311

COLLINS, Reuben out of business Hindmarsh and Elizabeth Collins his wife 1884 Memorial 130/357

COLLINS, Reuben out of business Manton St, Hindmarsh and Elizabeth Collins his wife 1895. She could not write Application 23052

No 1 – probably the Elder

COLLINS, Richard miner Kooringa 1865[-1866] Memorial 38/201

No 2 – the Younger

COLLINS, Richard the Younger clerk Hallett. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township land grant 1909 Grant Book 8 Page 284 County Burra

No 1

COLLINS, Robert farmer Pewsey Vale 1853 Memorial 331/49

COLLINS, Robert farmer [formerly of Pewsey Vale but now of] Upper Wakefield 1853 Memorial 255/104

COLLINS, Robert farmer Mintaro 1858 Memorial 225/133

COLLINS, Robert farmer Clare 1858 Memorial 104/143

COLLINS, Robert farmer near Auburn 1878 Application 16628

No 2

COLLINS, Robert labourer Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 155/277

No 1

COLLINS, Samuel sawyer Bowden 1853 Memorial 250/56

COLLINS, Samuel yeoman Bowden 1853 Memorial 279/59

COLLINS, Samuel yeoman formerly of Bowden but now of Avoca Vic 1865 Memorial 92/204

No 2

COLLINS, Samuel of the Hundred of Wandearah. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

COLLINS, Samuel farmer Wandearah West trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

COLLINS, Samuel farmer Wandearah 1886 Memorial 4/375

No 3

COLLINS, Samuel farmer Morphett Vale 1890 Application 21974

143

COLLINS, Silas sawyer Saddlebags nr Kangarilla; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1878 143Application 16596

No 1

COLLINS, Simon farmer Morphett Vale 1884 Memorial 1/356

COLLINS, Symon farmer Morphett Vale 1890 Memorial 226/402

COLLINS, Simon farmer Morphett Vale 1900 Application 24101

COLLINS, Stephen farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 119 County Victoria

No 1

COLLINS, Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 338/20

COLLINS, Thomas labourer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1853[-1855] Memorial 42/49

COLLINS, Thomas mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of the colony of Victoria 1854 Memorial 157/78

No 2

COLLINS, Thomas bricklayer Normanville 1856[-1861] Memorial 146/120

No 3 - perhaps the same person

COLLINS, Thomas gardener Cox Creek 1865[-1879] Memorial 121/205

COLLINS, Thomas gardener near Crafers 1885 Memorial 76/369

No 4

COLLINS, Thomas mason Thebarton 1868 Memorial 93/233

COLLINS, Thomas mason Thebarton, declared a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 41/243

No 5

COLLINS, Thomas overseer Bungaree Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 111 County Stanley

No 1

COLLINS, Timothy engine driver Alberton 1872 Memorial 54/262

COLLINS, Timothy engine driver Yatala 1874 Application 13260

No 1

COLLINS, William builder Adelaide 1839 Application 20942

COLLINS, William builder Adelaide and William PEARCE tailor Adelaide (Pirie St) Land grant Section 47 District B £880 22/3/1839. Enrolment 27/20

COLLINS, William builder Adelaide 1839[-1845] Memorial 482/60 He appeared to have a connection with Matthew COLLINS plasterer Adelaide. Enrolment 42/39

COLLINS, William farmer Glenelg, and his wife Charlotte Elizabeth Collins 1843 Memorial 198/3 Builder Franklin St, Adelaide by 1846 Memorial 328/26

COLLINS, William [formerly builder Adelaide but now] farmer Section 142 Brighton 1847 Memorial 141/10

COLLINS, William late of Adelaide but now farmer Brighton 1850 Memorial 107/27

COLLINS, William farmer Brighton 1848[-1854]. Prominent Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 152/13

COLLINS, William gentleman Brighton 1853 linked with George Miles Collins farmer Brighton Memorial 145/54

William Collins's daughter, Mary Ann Collins, had married Alfred BAKER farmer Brighton Memorial 146/54

Christopher John Collins farmer Brighton was a son of William Collins 1853 Memorial 147/54

William Saunders Cook Collins farmer Brighton was a son of William Collins 1853 Memorial 148/54

COLLINS, William farmer Brighton 1863 Memorial 69/188

No 2

COLLINS, William yeoman Green Hills near Adelaide 1841 Application 14417130

No 3 - perhaps the same person

COLLINS, William labourer Norwood 1854[-1857] Memorial 8/72

COLLINS, William gentleman Norwood 1855 Memorial 458/86

COLLINS, William coach proprietor Norwood 1862 Memorial 225/181

No 3

COLLINS, William farmer Wakefield River 1853 Memorial 384/88

COLLINS, William farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1855 Memorial 209/89

COLLINS, William farmer Colac Colac Upper Murray Vic 1875, a son of the late John Collins the Elder formerly farmer Upper Wakefield Application 14295

No 4

COLLINS, William carter Adelaide 1854[-1862] Enrolment 48/43

No 5

COLLINS, William farmer Mt Torrens 1854[-1865] Memorial 97/75

No 6

COLLINS, William builder Adelaide 1857 Memorial 48/122

No 7

COLLINS, William [formerly butcher Adelaide then miller Brighton] formerly of Brighton by 1858 Memorial 348/140

No 8

COLLINS, William storeman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 82/169

No 9

COLLINS, William of Kangarilla 1897 Memorial 116/433

COLLINS, William farmer Kangarilla 1923 Memorial 57/489

COLLINS, William gardener Kangarilla, died 27/5/1940. Husband of Christina Collins. Uncle of Roy Henry Kerman STRICKLAND gardener Kangarilla Memorial 161/514

No 1

COLLINS, William Ernest bookkeeper Norwood 1898 Application 23596

COLLINS, William Ernest accountant Adelaide 1921 Application 26970

COLLINS, William Ernest land agent Adelaide 1963 Application 29541

No 1

COLLINS, William Saunders Cook farmer Upper Dry Creek 1861 Memorial 20/176

COLLINS, William Saunders Cook farmer Glenelg 1866 Memorial 209/216

COLLINS, William Saunders Cook storekeeper Glenelg 1868 Application 9032

COLLINS, William Saunders Cook gentleman Glenelg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victoria

No 1

COLLINS, WT postmaster Williamstown 1895 Memorial 222/423

COLLINS, William Thomas storekeeper and agent Williamstown 1910 Application 25794

COLLINS, WG master mariner Renmark 1913 Memorial 98/468

COLLINS, WL secretary to the Walkerville Co-operative Brewing Co Ltd 1913 Memorial 1/473

No 1

COLLINSON, Edward Gascoigne shipping agent Alberton 1847 Memorial 401/9

COLLINSON, Edward Gascoyne shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 473/40 Pt Adelaide and Alberton Building Society trustee 1852 Memorial 200/45

COLLINSON, Edward Gascoigne shipping agent Pt Adelaide, died 26/4/1861. His personal estate and £1,000 life insurance to his wife, Mary Lucile Collinson, plus income for life from the real estate in trust after other legacies paid out. His niece, Mary Ann DILLON, who lived with the Collinsons, to get £2,000 upon his wife's death, or she married or ceased to live with his wife. Caroline Elizabeth Collinson spinster London, to get £100 a year for life. The remainder of the estate to be shared equally after is wife's death amongst EG Collinson's 4 brothers - Henry Collinson barrister London, Rev'd John Collinson of Clapham, Surrey Alfred Collinson doctor Oxford Tce, London and Charles Thomas Collinson of the Railway Establishment at Worcester, England 1861 Memorial 183/174

COLLINSON, Edward Gascoigne merchant Pt Adelaide, died 26/4/1861. His real estate in trust for his wife, Mary Lucile Colinson, for life, + a £100 annuity for EG Collinson's sister, Caroline Elizabeth Collinson, for life. EC Collinson's niece Mary Ann DILLON to get £2,000. The remainder of the estate to be divided amongst EG Collinson's four brothers - Henry, George John, Alfred and Charles Thomas Collinson. As they had all died befoe EG Collinson's widow died, the estate was divided up equally amongst the brothers' children Application 24160

COLLINSON, Edward Esquire Pt Adelaide died c1862. His niece, Mary Anne DILLON spinster 23 Haverstock Hill, Middlesex, England, received a legacy of £2,000. She appointed Samuel TOMKINSON Esquire Manager of the Bank of Australasia Adelaide to secure her inheritance for her 4/3/1863 Deposit 268/1878

COLLINSON, Mary Lucille widow formerly of Alberton now of 48 Vincent Square, Westminster, Middlesex, England 1866. Widow of Edward Gascoigne Collinson shipping agent Pt Adelaide Application 26229

COLLINSON, Mrs of England owned land in Queenstown. Andrew McLean NEILL 146Esquire Pt Adelaide was her local agent to manage the property 1880 Application 18005

COLLINSON, Mary Lucile widow, died 6/9/1890 probably in England relict of the late Edward Gascoigne Collinson formerly shipping agent Pt Adelaide (who died 26/4/1861) Memorial 54/420

COLLINSON, Mary Lucile widow of Edward Gascoyne Collinson Australian merchant, died 6/9/1890 113 Boleyn Road, West Ham, England, of rheumatoid arthritis and senile decay, aged 78. Her husband's nephew, Edmund Gascoigne Collinson gentleman formerly of 16 Agamemmon Rd, West Hampstead, Middlesex, now of 41 Oxford Gardens, North Kensington, Middlesex, a son of EG Collinson's brother, Alfred Collinson, a Paddington surgeon 1900 Application 23933

COLLINSON, Francis John barrister at law now or late of Kimberley South Africa and of the Inner Temple, London, Middlesex, England 1893 Memorial 139/419

COLLINSON, George farmer Hundred of Erskine 1887 Memorial 145/384

COLLIS, A greengrocer Beverley 1897 Application 23430.

No 1 - probably the same person

COLLIS, George clerk to Messrs WRIGHT Bros commission agents Adelaide 1874[-1875] Memorial 212/278

COLLIS, George broker North Adelaide 1877 Application 15703

COLLIS, George merchant's broker North Adelaide (Buxton St) 1882 Memorial 16/322

COLLIS, William of Penola 1861 Memorial 93/178

No 1

COLLISON, Charles Cleve bullion broker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 14/65

COLLISON, Charles Cleve gold broker Adelaide. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 40 County Adelaide

COLLISON, Charles Cleve gold broker Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 232/91

COLLISON, Charles Cleve corn factor Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 216/261

No 1

COLLISON, Charles Nicholas agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Lapford (Hundred of Bright) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 9 Page 38 County Burra

COLLISON, Charles Nicholas reporter Adelaide Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 137 County Fergusson

COLLISON, Charles Nicholas ironmonger Stansbury trustee Institute Stansbury township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 463 County Fergusson

COLLISON, Charles Nicholas patent agent Adelaide (Santo Buildings, Waymouth St) 1893 Memorial 150/419

COLLISON, Charles Nicholas patent agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 305 County Not named

COLLISON, George storekeeper Blinman. South Blinman (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 163a County Taunton

No 1

COLLISON, H nurse Adelaide 1910 Memorial 87/463

COLLISON, H nurse Adelaide 1940 Application 28260

No 1

COLLISON, HW commercial traveller Adelaide 1869 Memorial 43/243

COLLISON, Herbert William commercial traveller Adelaide Co Adelaide. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 250 County Dalhousie

No 1

COLLISON, Thomas contractor Willunga 1854 Memorial 143/67

COLLISON, Thomas contractor formerly of Willunga but now of McLaren Vale 1857 Memorial 346/123

COLLISS, A labourer Beverley 1877 Application 16312

COLLISS, Alfred George general dealer formerly of Woodside but now of Murray Bridge 1924 Application 27248

No 1

COLLISSON, Mr Lands Office draftsman Adelaide 1840 Grant Book 0 Page 3 County Unnamed

COLLISSON, Marcus gentleman Section 367 near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 485/36

COLLIVELL, Charles Wesleyan Methodist minister Kapunda 1863 Memorial 112/524

COLLIVER, Alfred George builder Norwood 1888 Application 21525

No 1

COLLIVER, Jennings gentleman North Adelaide 1863 Memorial 110/305

COLLIVER, Jennings gentleman Adelaide 1869 Application 9739

COLLIVER, Jennings gentleman formerly of North Adelaide 1863 now of Norwood 1878 Application 16576

COLLIVER, Jennings gentleman Norwood 1888 Memorial 81/394

No 1

COLLIVER, Joseph miner Kapunda 1857 Memorial 92/128

COLLIVER, Joseph farmer near Kapunda 1872 Memorial 135/261

COLLIVER, Joseph formerly miner 1857 but now farmer Kapunda 1873 Application 12613

COLLIVER, Joseph farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1877[-1882] Grant Book 14 Page 415 County Daly

COLLIVER, Joseph farmer near Arthurton, had died by 1903. He left estate to his widow, Harriet Colliver of Sunny Hill Arthurton Grant Book 14 Page 426 County Daly

COLLIVER, Norman Champion bank officer Adelaide 1922 Memorial 182/486

No 1

COLLIVER, William Henry and Alfred George builders Norwood 1896 Application 23148

COLLIVER, William Henry estate agent Adelaide 1908 Memorial 192/458

COLLNIS, PG labourer Edithburgh 1911 Memorial 1/465

No 1

COLLOCOTT, James baker Willunga 1855[-1856] Memorial 80/87

COLLOCOTT, James formerly baker Willunga 1855 now ironmonger Walkham Cottage, Fitzroy Vic 1862 Application 3719

No 1

COLLUM, George of Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 319/57

COLLUM, George carrier Kilkenny 1855 Memorial 463/84

COLLUM, George farmer Inman Valley 1856 Memorial 40/115

COLLWILL, Charles farmer Riverton Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 288 County Grey

COLLYER, Thomas builder Adelaide 1852 Memorial 309/43

No 1

COLMAN, Allan Clark storekeeper Penola 1858[-1862] Memorial 182/148

COLMAN, Allan Clark storekeeper Penola, died early 1870s. Father of George Colman of York, Yorkshire, England, 'the son and heir at law'. Charles AUBREY auctioneer Penola and Helen Jane Aubrey his wife were the executors of the will Memorial 74/272

COLMAN, Allan Clarke no description died intestate, leaving George Colman, his eldest son as heir at law. His widow, Helen Jane Colman, remarried to Charles AUBREY. Helen Jane Aubrey died 7/9/1877 Memorial 34/317

COLMAN, George gentleman York, Yorks, England 1876, eldest son and heir at law of the late Allan Clark Colman storekeeper Penola who died intestate c1869 Application 15035

COLMAN, Charles farm labourer Kapunda Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 325 County Daly

No 1

COLMAN, Charles W clerk of the district council Pt Elliot 1885 Memorial 83/370

COLMAN, Charles Wilson accountant Pt Elliot 1888[-1908] Application 21322

COLMAN, Charles Wilson Clerk of the Disrict Council of Pt Elliot 1908, declared that he was Clerk and Collector of Rates for the Town of Goolwa between 1875-1881. Prior to 1873, the township of Goolwa was under the control of the District Council of Pt Elliot and Goolwa Application 25436

COLMAN, CW agent Pt Elliot 1909 Memorial 1/462

COLMAN, Charles Wilson agent Pt Elliot 1910[-1911] Memorial 231/462

COLMAN, Charles Wilson formerly of Pt Elliot but now out of business Grant Ave, Toorak 1921, died c1929. Father of William Arthur Colmanm, Harry Wilson Colman and Nora Helen HODGETTS wife of Charles Western Lees Hodgetts sharebroker Toorak. Uncle of Elizabeth Paterson HOGARTH Memorial 127/501

COLMAN, John sawyer Blumberg 1884 He could not write Application 20225

No 1
COLMAN, Michael labourer New Glenelg 1865 Memorial 10/208

No 2
COLMAN, Michael bootmaker Kanmantoo 1885 Memorial 66/371

No 1

COLMAN, Samson contractor Wright St, Salisbury 1942 Application 28306

COLMAN, Samson contractor Salisbury 1944 Memorial 198/517

No 1
COLMAN, William miller Balhannah 1849 Memorial 423/18

COLMAN, William miller Knowsley Mill Balhannah 1850 Memorial 89/22

COLMAN, William miller Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 449/86

COLMAN, William miller Strathalbyn Mill Strathalbyn 1856[-1861] Memorial 297/109

COLMAN, William miller Strathalbyn linked with Jeremiah and Edward Colman merchants London, England 1869 Memorial 218/240

COLMAN, William flour miller Strathalbyn, declared a bankrupt in 1871 Memorial 222/256

COLMAN, William gentleman Strathalbyn, died 1884. Bequests to his wife, Clarissa Ann Colman and his sons, Charles Wilson Colman and William Edward Colman Memorial 181/357

No 2
COLMAN, William farmer Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 480/81

COLMER, Peter road contractor Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 80/49

COLMER, Thomas market gardener Coromandel Valley. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1899 Grant Book 2 Page 13 County Adelaide

COLSON, John storekeeper Robe, died c1889 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Emma MacFarlane Colson, to settle his estate Memorial 99/399

No 1

COLSON, Peter farmer Hoyles Plains Hundred of Hall land grant 1867 Grant Book 56 Page 216 County Stanley

COLSON, Peter farmer Kulpara Co Daly. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 45 County Dalhousie

No 1

COLTHURST, Richard Esquire Nairne 1853 Memorial 350/60

COLTHURST, Richard MD surgeon Nairne 1860 Application 1436.

COLTHURST, Richard Doctor of Medicine, formerly of Nairne, but now of Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, England, power of attorney to Richard Bullock ANDREWS and Alfred BONNIN solicitors King William St, Adelaide, to ‘make such an arrangement with Octavius WELD Esqure Doctor of Medicine relative to carrying out, determining or otherwise a certain agreement … dated 6//11/1860 … to absolutely sell and dispose of the good will of my practice in the township of Nairne. Sell all his shares in the Mt Barker Creek Mine, also Lot 65 Dawesley Estate of 14 acres at Scott Creek, ‘two cottages situate near the pound at Nairne aforesaid now or lately occupied by Mrs HOSKINS, together with the three cornered or triangular piece of ground on which they stand; sell Lots 17, 18 in Nairne, now in the occupation of Thomas STALLEY. Lots 12a, 13a facing the main road at Nairne, by public auction’. Lease out other land 25/4/1862 Deposit 121/1862

COLTHURST, Richard surgeon formerly of Nairne but now of Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, England 1862[-1878] Memorial 81/185, Application 16869

COLTHURST, Richard Colthurst surgeon Keynsham, Somerset, a relative who acted as a trustee for the estate of the late Robert Thomas Trivett Colthurst gentleman Thurloxton, Somerset, England, who died 29/9/1874. Deposit 91/1878

COLTHURST, Richard surgeon formerly of Nairne now of England 1882. His attorney was Francis DAVISON Application 18843

COLTHURST, Robert Thomas Trivett gentleman Thurlaxton, Somerset, England died 29/9/1874. He appears to have been a bachelor. Bequests to several nieces. Perhaps a relative (possibly a brother) Richard COLTHURST surgeon Heynsham, Somerset, the executor. Frank DAVISON solicitor Mt Gambier appointed to sell off the estate. He had already been RTT Colthurst’s attorney since 23/3/1865, when he was a solicitor at Nairne Deposits 175/1872 & 91/1873

No 1
COLTMAN, Charles carpenter Black Forest 1851[-1853] Memorial 488/34.

COLTMAN, Charles builder South Road 1854 Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 436/77

COLTMAN, Charles carpenter Edwardstown 1858 Edwardstown Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 220/138

COLTMAN, Charles carpenter formerly of the Black Forest 1851 but now of Wallaroo 1863 Application 4184

COLTMAN, Charles builder Wallaroo 1866 Memorial 22/218

COLTMAN, Charles gentleman Wallaroo 1885 Application 20662

COLTMAN, CH undertaker Snowtown 1915 Application 26461

No 1

COLTMAN, James storekeeper Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1838 Memorial 18/10

COLTMAN, James innkeeper Adelaide (Franklin St), with assets which included a 'stone store, dwelling house, spirit shop and other buildings' 1840 Memorial 322/29

No 1

COLTON, Edwin farmer McLaren Vale, died c1867. Son of Elizabeth Colton. Brother to John Blackler Colton gentleman Hackney, Thomas Colton farmer McLaren Vale, and William Colton of Adelaide Memorial 2/448

COLTON, Edwin farmer McLaren Vale, died 13/12/1867, a bachelor Application 11351

COLTON, Edwin gentleman McLaren Vale, died 13/12/1867, of consumption, aged 35 Application 16859.

No 1

COLTON, EB clerk to Messrs SYMON & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1878 Memorial 155/306

COLTON, EB articled clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 190/322

COLTON, Edwin Blackler and HOLLAND, Thomas C solicitors Adelaide practising as Colton & Holland 1883 Application 19772

COLTON, HOLLAND & JOHNS solicitors Queen’s Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide 1887 Application 21224.

COLTON, EB solicitor Adelaide 1893[-1908] Memorial 157/418

COLTON, EB of Hackney 1901 Memorial 232/444

COLTON, Edwin Blackler solicitor Adelaide, died 1916 Application 26528

COLTON, George of Colton trustee Public Cemetery Hundred of Colton land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 78 County Musgrave

No 1

COLTON, John saddler Adelaide. Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Glebe Land (Land grant 16/8/1851 Section 5029a Hundred of Onkaparinga) foundation trustee, had become an MP by 1883 Application 19964

COLTON, John merchant Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1884 Application 20393

COLTON, Sir John of Hackney, died 6/2/1902. Husband of Mary Colton nee CUTTING. Father of Edwin Blackler Colton solicitor Adelaide, , John William Colton and Alfred Cutting Colton. Brother-in-law to Hannah Cutting spinster Memorial 5/448

No 2

COLTON, John farmer Springbrook McLaren Vale 1864 Application 5661

No 1

COLTON, John William merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to
William LONGBOTTOM gentleman Magill and Edwin Blackler COLTON solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 13/3/1885 Deposit 76/1885

COLTON, John William, Alfred Cutting Colton and William England LONGBOTTOM merchants Adelaide, trading under the style or firm of J Colton & Co 1889 Memorial 166/398

No 1

COLTON, Thomas farmer Sylvan Park McLaren Vale 1861 Memorial 37/179

COLTON, Thomas farmer McLaren Vale and Susan Colton his wife 1865 Memorial 138/268

COLTON, Thomas farmer McLaren Vale died. His widow, Susan Colton nee BOND (Father: John Bond), who had no family, remarried 4/11/1874 Independent Church Manse McLaren Vale, to Richard Gardiner JAY 61 widower surgeon Willunga (Father: Edward Jay). Susan Jay wife of Richard Gardiner Jay MD Wallaroo died 3/12/1877 Wallaroo Bay, of spinal disease and exhaustion, aged 43. Application 11351

No 1 - William Colton the Elder

COLTON, William the Elder farmer McLaren Vale 1846[-1849] Enrolment1/55.

COLTON, William the Elder farmer McLaren Vale,, died c1849. Specific bequests of real estate, and assets, particularly sheep and lambs, and horses, also personal estate to his wife, Elizabeth Colton, and his four sons, William, John, Thomas and Edwin Colton. The widow to be paid £100 cash as soon as possible. The rest of the estate to go into trust, for the trustees to sell as deemed best, to raise money for a trust fund to provide the widow with an income after the family has come to agreement. The sons to share the remaineder of the annual income equally absolutely amongst them. Executors and trustees: Elizabeth Cotton, and two sons, William and John Cotton. Enrolment 2/55

COLTON, Elizabeth widow formerly of McLaren Vale but then of Hackney, died 7/3/1888, at her son the Hon John Colton's home Hackney Memorial 4/448

No 2 - William Colton the Younger

COLTON, William gentleman McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 264/109

COLTON, William farmer McLaren Vale 1861 Memorial 37/179

COLTON, William the Younger gentleman Adelaide, died 17/3/1881 Hackney. Estate worth £18,000. His brother John Colton to be sole trustee and executor. £500 each to his mother and 4 nephews. £100 to the Rev’d James HORRIE Congregational Minister McLaren Vale. Royal Adelaide and Children’s Hospital £50 each. £200 to his friend Anna CUTTING. £2,000 in trust for his niece, Ellen Colton, for life free from any husband’s control, then absolutely in remainder expectant to whomever his niece names in her will. The rest of the estate, after expenses had been paid, to his brother, John COLTON. Enrolment 3/55

No 1

COLVILLE, AL solicitor Strathalbyn 1907 Application 25287

COLVILLE, AL solicitor Adelaide 1927[-1947] Memorial 69/497

No 1

COLVILLE, John of Woolunga [Willunga?] near Adelaide 1844[-1845] Memorial 466/4

COLVILLE, John sheep farmer Moy near Willunga 1845 Memorial 125/5

COLVILLE, John and Matthew sheep farmers Willunga 1849[-1862] Memorial 479/20

COLVILLE, John and Matthew sheep farmers Willunga 1850 linked with David Colville gentleman Campbelltown, Scotland Application 22634

COLVILLE, John and Matthew farmers Willunga. Hundred of Willunga land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 275 County Adelaide

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

COLVILLE, John farmer Willunga 1857[-1859] Memorial 118/117

COLVILLE, John farmer near Willunga, died c1859. His estate to his wife, Margaret nee ARTHUR, ‘having the fullest confidence that she will do her duty to our children’ Enrolment 85/39

COLVILLE, John farmer Willunga, died 12/4/1859, of bronchitis, aged 45. COLVILLE, Matthew farmer Willunga, died 27/7/1859, of serous apoplexy, aged 41. Application 613

COLVILLE, John died 12/4/1859. His wife, Margaret Colville, died 30/11/1893. Parents of John William accountant formerly of College Park but now of Magill 1900 Application 24030

COLVILLE, Margaret widow Kent Town 1866 Application 7924

COLVILLE, Margaret widow Kent Town 1872[-1889] Memorial 122/262

No 2

COLVILLE, John gentleman Willunga 1893 Memorial 226/419

No 1

COLVILLE, John William accountant Adelaide 1894 Memorial 64/423

COLVILLE, John William accountant Harrow Road, College Park, son of the late John Colville farmer Willunga and his wife, Margaret Colville both deceased 1894 Application 22638

COLVILLE, John William accountant Adelaide and COLVILLE, Arthur Landseer solicitor Adelaide 1906 Application 25123

COLVILLE, John William accountant St Peters linked with Martha Jane Colville spinster formerly of Kent Town but now of Evandale and Margaret J Colville of 6th Ave, St Peters 1928 Memorial 100/503

COLVILLE, John William out of business St Peters, died 12/9/1933. Husband of Blanche Rose Colville. Father of Margaret Jean Colville Memorial 28/510

COLVILLE, Thomas farmer Macaw Creek 1858 Macaw Creek Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 161/138

COLVIN, David yeoman Willunga 1849. Farmed in partnership with Charles LATTER. Enrolment 36/5

No 1

COLWELL, Charles Wesleyan Minister Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 297/101

COLWELL, Charles Wesleyan Minister Mintaro 1860 Memorial 185/167

COLWELL, Charles Wesleyan Methodist Minister Kapunda 1864 Memorial 235/198

COLWELL, Charles Wesleyan Minister Kapunda 1862, died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jane Rice Colwell Memorial 4/207

COLWELL, Charles Wesleyan minister formerly of Yankalilla and Wallaroo then late of Kapunda, died 21/10/1865 Adelaide. Husband of Jane Rice Colwell Deposit 42/1928

COLWELL, Jane Rice widow Norwood 1910 Memorial 207/463

COLWILL, George linked with Section 106 Hundred of Coonatto Co Frome 1887 Memorial 24/382

No 1

COLWELL, Henry veterinary surgeon Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 195/83

COLWELL/COLWALL, Henry veterinary surgeon Bowden 1855[-1859] Memorial 8/93

COLWELL, Henry storekeeper Bowden 1857 Memorial 114/120

COLWILL, Horace Charles farmer Parilla trustee Parilla School 1920 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

COLWELL, James mason Norwood 1869 Application 10225

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COLWELL, John brickmaker Bowden 1878[-1885] Memorial 29/305

COLWELL, John stoker Brompton Park 1904 Application 24786

No 1

COLWELL, Thomas labourer Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 29/29

COLWELL, Thomas yeoman Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 320/52

COLWILL, Thomas labourer Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 63/119

COLWELL, Thomas farmer near Rhynie 1877 Application 16525

COLWILL, Emma widow of the Gilbert near Riverton 1869 Application 9876

No 1

COLYER, Charles law clerk Adelaide 1878[-1894] Memorial 182/312

COLYER, Charles law stationer Adelaide 1883[-1909] Memorial 1/352, Application 25584

COLYER, Charles law writer Adelaide 1910 Application 25844

No 1

COLYER, Edward farmer Co Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 32/35.

COLYER, Edward farmer Co Hindmarsh 1856 Linked with Henry Colyer farmer Green Hills Special Survey Memorial 272/97

COLYER, Edward and Henry farmers Greenhills Special Survey 1853 were brothers. Edward Colyer left SA 1857-1858 Application 25336

No 1

COLYER, Frederick J clerk to Messrs SANDFORD & LIMBERT solicitors Adelaide 1902 Memorial 92/446

COLYER, Frederick J clerk to Thomas C HOLLAND solicitor Adelaide 1903[-1912] Memorial 140/456

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COLYER, George tailor Adelaide (King William St) 1869 Memorial 191/242

COLYER, George Esquire Adelaide 1877 Memorial 94/299

No 1

COLYER, Henry farmer Geen Hills Survey 1852 Memorial 389/42.

COLYER, Henry and Edward farmers Green Hills Special Survey Hundred of Kondaparinga 1853 Memorial 287/48

No 1

COLYER, James gentleman of 11 Union Row, Peckham, Surrey, took out preliminary land grants land orders for SA in 1843. James Colyer of 52 Marquess Road, Canterbury, Kent, England, died 9/12/1865. His eldest child, Charlotte Colyer, married George DUNN gentleman 28 Maitland Park Villas, Haverstock Hill, Middlesex, England Application 22512

COLYER, James gentleman 52 Marquess Road, Canonbury, Middlesex, England … Whereas my son, Friend Elisha COLYER has conveyed and assigned to me his share and interest in certain property by way of security for repayment of certain sums advanced and lent to him by me on his leaving for Australia, now I hereby direct and declare that all such advances by way of gift or loan shall be considered as gifts’ Husband of Mary Colyer now deceased 17/2/1866. On 25/5/1838, when James Colyer lived at Union Row, Peckham, Surrey, he had taken out four preliminary land orders for land in SA. 15/7/1847 power of attorney to his son, William Hardyman COLYER brewer Launceston Van Diemen’s Land, to lease out his SA lands. WH Colyer in turn appointed Charles FENN gentleman Adelaide, to carry out the assignment. James Colyer died 18/12/1865. The executors, George DANN gentleman formerly of 52 Marquess Road, Canonbury, Middlesex, England and Frederick NEVILLE gentleman 29 Tufnell Park Road, Holloway, Middlesex, England, gave power of attorney to Nathaniel Alexander KNOX solicitor 92 King William St, Adelaide, to sell the real estate in SA, Sections 281 and 282 Survey B, either as a whole or in sub-division 29/10/1872 Deposits 255/1855 & 12/1875

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COLYER, James butcher Echunga 1859 Memorial 97/154

COLYER, James yeoman Echunga 1859 Memorial 148/158

COLYER, Leonard ET law clerk Adelaide 1913 Memorial 107/469

COLYER, WB of Adelaide 1901 Memorial 152/442

COLYER, William Hardyman gentleman formerly of Adelaide, now of Walkerville 1844 Memorial 406/3

Brewer of Launceston VDL 1842 Memorial 101/84 James Colyer gent of Union Row, Peckham Surrey, England, gave him power of attorney to manage land he owned in SA. WH Colyer issued a sub-power of attorney to Charles FENN solicitor Adelaide to do the work 1842 Memorial 102/84

James Colyer gentleman 52 Marquess Road, Canonbury, London, Middlesex, England, died c1865 Memorial 73/279

COMBE, Bernhard Milo Education Department clerk 74 Harrow Rd, St Peters 1947 Application 28533

COMBE, Boyce manager McCulloch, Combe, Green & Co carriers Adelaide linked with Matthew Horace Combe carrier Adelaide and Felix Australasia Combe no description 1906 Memorial 119/455

No 1

COMBE, GA clerk to Messrs GRUNDY NESBIT & PELLY solicitors Adelaide 1884 Memorial 225/355

COMBE, GA clerk to E Pariss NESBIT solicitor Adelaide 1886 Memorial 139/376

COMBE, Henry George farmer Myponga Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 235 County Victoria

No 1

COMBE, John Paxton brassfounder Adelaide 1870 Application 11177

COMBE, John Paxton gasfitter Adelaide (eastern corner of Hindley St and Leigh St) 1878[-1887] Memorial 221/305

COMBE, William farmer Paradise 1908 Application 25558

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COMBES, William farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1857 Memorial 182/114

COMBES, William farmer Coromandel Valley 1859 Memorial 173/154

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COMBS, John plasterer Emigration Square Adelaide 1839 Application 4511

COMBS, John plasterer formerly of Emigration Square, Adelaide 1839 but now of Thebarton 1846. Husband of Ann Combs Application 4511

COMBS, John plaisterer Thebarton 1846 Memorial 187/6

COMBS, John plaisterer Adelaide and Ann Combs his wife 1847[-1852] Memorial 28/10

COMBS, Moses clerk to John Warner NICHOLLS solicitor Adelaide 1847 Memorial 69/9

COMBS, William farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 30/127

COMER, Henry formerly of Lyng, Norfolk, England, then of Lake Victoria Albert District in NSW, but late of Adelaide, died intestate 27/12/1854. Thomas ELDER merchant Adelaide and Robert JACKSON sheep farmer Lake Victoria, appointed administrators of the SA estate, worth £4,000 for SA. A brother, Isaac COMER, from somewhere in Britain, in charge of the whole estate 7/12/1855 Deposits 188 & 395/1856

COMER, Robert shoemaker Adelaide 1839 Application 15610

COMERFORD, John farmer Normanville 1891[-1910] Memorial 10/407

COMERFORD, Patrick farmer Curramulka 1886 Memorial 3/376

COMERFORD, V bank clerk Victor Harbor 1916 Memorial 4/474

COMFORT, James farmer Hundred of Bendleby Co Graville 1890 Memorial 248/401

COMINO, Demetrius Notarios restaurant proprietor Adelaide (21 Hindley St) 1921 Memorial 109/483

COMLEY, Albert Henry provision merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1890 Memorial 54/405

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COMLEY, George milkman Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 185/9 Farmer Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 476/29

COMLEY, George farmer Thebarton 1857 Memorial 252/113

COMLEY, George licensed victualler Adelaide 1853 Memorial 292/56

COMLEY, George James vigneron Unley 1877 Application 15682

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COMLEY, William labourer Rapid Bay 1860 Memorial 80/166

COMLEY, William gardener Glenelg 1881 Application 18152
COMMANE, Daniel farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 18773 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

COMMANE, Matthew farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 74 County Victoria

COMMANE, Michael farmer Millicent Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 255 County Grey

No 1

COMMANE, Patrick smelter Kapunda 1866 Memorial 1/215

COMMANE, Patrick smelter Kapunda, died 31/10/ 1907 intestate. Husband of Margaret Commane. Estate worth £35. Michael Commane miner Kapunda belonged to this family Memorials 61 & 62/458

No 1

COMMANE, Thomas labourer Glen Osmond 1856 Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant Memorial 135/159

COMMANE, Thomas the Elder farmer Head of the Bremer River, died c1862. Husband of Bridget Commane widow Head of the Bremer River. Father of Daniel Commane farmer Head of the Bremer River. T Commane left half of his entire estate to his son, Daniel Commane. The other half to his wife, Bridget Commane, to divide how she pleased amongst his sons Thomas Commane the Younger, James and Michael Commane and his daughters, Mary, Margaret and Hanora Commane Memorials 333 & 334/182

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COMMINS, James labourer Unley 1842 Application 7361

COMMONS, James farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1857[-1875] Memorial 261/131

COMMONS, James farmer Kangaroo Flat near Gawler 1875[-1884] Memorial 63/299

COMMONS, James farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra near Gawler 1880 Memorial 138/327

COMMONS, James the Elder and Younger of Wiltunga near Bute 1887 Memorial 8/386

COMMONS, James the Younger farmer Wiltunga 1891 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

COMMONS, James farmer near Gawler 1913 Memorial 76/468

COMMONS, James the Elder farmer formerly of near Willaston but then of Bute, died 19/10/1913. Father of James Commons the Younger farmer Bute, Robert Chapman Commons and Catherine BRIDESON. Deceased children included; John Chapman Commons, Thomas Chapman Commons and Mary STEPHENS. Grandfather of

Stella Kitty Brideson Memorial 41/483

COMMONS, James retired farmer Gawler 1921 Application 26979

COMMONS, John Chapman no description, had died by 1901. Patience Commons inherited his estate Grant Book 14 Page 296 County Daly

No 1

COMMONS, Robert Chapman farmer Bute 1890[-1903] Memorial 173/402

COMMONS, Robert Chapman farmer Bute. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 299 County Daly

COMMONS, Thomas farmer Hundred of Winnowie, had died by 1903 intestate. Letters of administration to Catherine Ann Commons widow Mambray Creek Grant Book 24 Page 819 County Frome

No 1

COMMYNS, James farmer Clare took out a lease of the Clare Inn in 1860 Memorial 283/165

COMMYNS, James formerly farmer Stanley Flat but now licensed victualler Clare 1865 Memorial 52/202

No 1

COMMYNS, John labourer Dawesley 1890 Memorial 24/406

COMMYNS, John carrier Woodside 1906 Memorial 247/455

COMMYNS, John formerly carrier Woodside but now chaff merchant Murray Bridge 1915 Application 26474

COMMYNS, Ellen widow Dawesley 1915 Application 26474

COMPER, Samuel mechanist Adelaide (Pt TA 69 Hindley St) 1850 Memorial 448/25

COMPROD, Charles shoemaker Gawler 1890 Application 21786

COMPTON, CH painter Beachport 1880 Memorial 176/320

No 1

COMPTON, Thomas farmer Balhannah 1852[-1857] Memorial 1/43

COMPTON, Thomas farmer New Forest will 21/10/1852. Section 4050 of 95 acres, to his wife, Emma Compton. All other land ‘for my issue, should the Lord bless us with such. Witnesses Robert WILKIE and Johnn GUY. Not sure whether this will made in Britain or Australia Deposit 67/1861

COMPTON, Thomas farmer New Forest, died c1860. He left Section 4050 containing about 95 acres to his beloved wife Emma Compton, 'but all his other holdings he retained for his issue should the Lord bless them with such'. The will made in 1852 Memorial 168/168

COMPTON, Thomas farmer Balhannah, died 12/11/1859. His widow, Emma Compton, remarried to Edward EGAN of Waymouth St, Adelaide The Egans were related to John William Egan formerly draper Rundle St, Adelaide but now sheep farmer Poodgenoote, Murray River 1863. Application 4154

No 1

COMRIE, Duncan produce merchant Adelaide 1883 Memorial 239/352

COMRIE, Duncan merchant Adelaide (Gawler Place) Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 219 County Sturt

COMRIE, Duncan wool merchant Adelaide 1893 Memorial 82/419