Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

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

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

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Hem* - Hof*

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Lew* - 'Ly*

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McA* - McW*

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Mon* - My*

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Weg* - Will*

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

Names Beginning  'Con*' to 'Cu*'

CONAGHTY, John farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 298 County Daly

No 1

CONACHY, Thomas farmer Dry Creek sold land in Bowden 1846 Memorial 399/75

CONATTY, Thomas farmer Para Plains 1850[-1852] Memorial 109/21

CONAUGHTY, Thomas farmer Dry Creek Co Adelaide. Hundred of Gilbert Co Light land grant 1853 Memorial 19/64

CONATTY, Thomas labourer Thebarton 1855 Memorial 475/81

CONATTY, Catherine widow Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 115/82

No 1

CONCANNON, James hotelkeeper Kingston S-E 1928 Memorial 60/500

CONCANNON, James hotelkeeper Kingston S-E. Kingston Institute trustee 1936 Memorial 14/510

CONCANNON, James hotelkeeper Lucindale 1938 Memorial 199/512

CONCANNON, James out of business Toorak Gardens Lacepede Bay Institute trustee 1939 Application 28146

CONDELL, Abraham farmer near Clare 1870 Application 10839

CONDELL, Walter of Kadina. Lochiel (Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 447 County Daly

CONDILON, James of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 58/61

CONDON, Armand engineer Adelaide 1886 Memorial 24/380

No 1

CONDON, James stone mason The Bremer 1860 Memorial 64/115

CONDON, James farmer The Bremer 1860 Memorial 282/170

CONDON, James formerly stone mason of the Bremer 1856 but now farmer Red Creek 1868 Application 9308

No 1

CONDON, John mail driver Adelaide Hundred of Young land grant 1861 Grant Book 30 Page 148 County Grey

CONDON, John mail driver Adelaide 1862 Application 3333

No 2 – perhaps the same person

CONDON, John machinist Hamley Bridge 1877 Memorial 204/302

CONDON, John licensed victualler Hamley Bridge Hundred of Alma land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 101 County Gawler

No 3

CONDON, John labourer Hundred of Eurelia, died c1887. Linked with Patrick Condon lodging house keeper Gawler Memorial 229/384

No 4

CONDON, John linked with Section 69 Hundred of Coonatto 1890 Memorial 117/402

CONDON, John Lewis sawyer Kensington 1846 Memorial 164/6 Wheelwright Kensington 1847 Memorial 281/9

CONDON, Maurice plasterer Rutherglen Vic owned real estate in SA 1900 Memorial 72/441 

No 1

CONDON, Michael farmer Para Plains 1853[-1857] Memorial 351/49

CONDON, Michael farmer Hundred of Yatala 1854 Memorial 34/65

CONDON, Patrick labourer Balhannah and Mary Condon his wife 1886[-1889] Memorial 75/381, Application 21645

No 1

CONDON, William mail guard Willunga 1861 Application 2302

CONDON, William mail guard Willunga 1863 Memorial 331/191

CONDON, William mail guard Willunga Co Adelaide Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 375 County Stanley

CONDON, William farmer Bull Creek 1867 Memorial 125/223

CONEYBEER, Frederick William collarmaker East Adelaide 1913 Memorial 78/469

CONGDON, Ann widow Chain of Ponds 1880 Memorial 244/325

No 1

CONGDON, George farmers Templers North 1882 Memorial 23/339

CONGDON, George farmer Templers North Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 243 County Gawler

No 1

CONGDON, James farmer Kensington 1844 Memorial 57/4 CONGDON, James formerly labourer Unley 1842 but now farmer Kensington 1844 Application 12819

CONGDON, James wheelwright Kensington 1849 Memorial 80/16 CONGDON, James wheelwright Norwood 1851 Memorial 212/33 CONGDON, James wheelwright Adelaide 1853 Memorial 51/52

CONGDON, James wheelwright Norwood 1854 Memorial 85/74

CONGDON, James wheelwright Chain of Ponds 1868 Memorial 172/229

CONGDON, James wheelwright formerly of Kensington 1849 but now of Chain of Ponds 1873 Application 12704

No 1

CONGDON, John mechanical engineer Burra Mine 1855 Memorial 141/81

CONGDON, John formerly mechanical engineer Burra Burra Mines but now engineer Gawler 1883 Memorial 185/352

No 1

CONGDON, Thomas farmer Norwood 1852 Memorial 63/43

No 2

CONGDON, Thomas lodging house keeper Penola 1872 Memorial 204/261

CONGDON, Thomas labourer Penola 1880[-1881] Memorial 44/328

CONGDON, Thomas householder Penola, died 3/9/1882. He left his estate to his wife, Eliza Congdon. Estate worth £120. Eliza CONGDON 56 widow Arthur St, Penola (Father: Joseph GLANVILLE) married ROBERTS, William 57 widower farmer George St, Penola (Father: Robert Roberts) on 23/6/1885, bride's residence Arthur St, Penola. Minister: David Alex SOUTER. Witnesses: Thomas OSWALD saddler Penola, Jessie Oswald of Penola 1904 Application 24761

CONGDON, Thomas Percival farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 95 County Chandos

No 1

CONGDON, Timothy the Elder formerly of Unley but now of near Kensington and Nancy Congdon his wife 1847 Memorial 453/8

CONGDON, Timothy farmer Norwood 1851[-1855] Memorial 336/33 Linked with James Congdon wheelwright Norwood 1855 Memorial 204/85

CONGDON, Timothy farmer near Riverton, died 13/11/1862, of pulmonary consumption, aged 71. He and his wife, Nancy, and family , had formerly 33lived at Unley. By 1879, Nancy Congdon lived at Kapunda. The family consisted of - James Congdon, William Congdon, Elizabeth SAINT widow Kapunda, Mary Ann HUGALL, George Congdon, Thomas Congdon, Isabella, Jane KEAST, 33 and Eliza KEAST. James and Thomas Congdon had died by 1879. Thomas 33Congdon went to the Victorian diggings in 1853. Mary STUTELY widow 33Angas St, Adelaide, a family friend, went to the Yarra Bend Lunatic Asylum near Melbourne to see him in 1861 at the request of the family. He 33had to remain locked up for life, and died 3/11/1873. The eldest son, 33James Congden wheelwright Chain of Ponds, died 16/8/1876, of aneurism 33of the arteries, aged 56 (Husband of Mary Ann Congdon). Timothy and 33Nancy Congdon had married 26/5/1819 Lantagles parish church Camford, Cornwall, England. Thomas Congdon (youngest son and seventh child) born 3329/4/1832 Cornwall. James Congdon born 29/12/1819 in Cornwall 3Application 18157

No 1

CONGDON, Walter farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 490/97

CONGDON, Walter farmer Section 166 Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1856[-1862] Memorial 57/98

CONGDON, Walter farmer near Templers 1865 Application 6049

CONGDON, Walter farmer Mudla Wirra near Templers 1873 Application 12526

CONGDON, William the Younger and CONGDON, Timothy the Elder labourers Unley 1863 Application 4027

No 1 - perhaps linked with the same family

CONIGRAVE, Benjamin undertaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854[-1857] Memorial 456/84

CONIGRAVE, Matilda undertaker and upholsterer Adelaide (Pt TA 44 Rundle St) 1863[-1872] Memorial 214/233

CONIGRAVE, Heaton Fairfax manufacturer's agent Brighton 1953 Memorial 60/528

CONIGRAVE, Henry agent Adelaide 1888 Memorial 122/391

No 1

CONIGRAVE, James upholsterer Mt Gambier and Ellen Conigrave his wife 1878 Memorial 176/310

No 2

CONIGRAVE, James bank messenger Dulwich 1894 Application 22805

No 1

CONIGRAVE, John Fairfax accountant Adelaide 1881 Memorial 69/353

CONIGRAVE, John Fairfax and COLLISON, Charles Nicholas agents Adelaide 1882 Application 19319

CONIGRAVE, John Fairfax of Adelaide resident secretary to the Australian Widow's Fund Life Assurance Society Ltd of Collins St, Melbourne Vic 1890 Memorial 2/402

CONIGRAVE, John Fairfax commission agent Adelaide 1886[-1896] Memorial 169/426

CONIGRAVE, John Fairfax accountant formerly of Adelaide but now of Perth WA 1898 Memorial 115/435

CONIGRAVE, Philip of Carrington St, Adelaide 1880 Memorial 223/323

CONLAN, Phillip labourer Smithfield 1867 Application 8637

No 1

CONLEY, James farmer Para Plains 1856 Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 86/134

CONLEY, James farmer Para Plains and Hellen Conley his wife 1857 Memorial 105/116

CONLEY, James farmer Para Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1859 Grant Book 27 Page 20 County Gawler

CONLEY, James farmer Salisbury Hundred of Grace land grant 1862 Grant Book 27 Page 22 County Gawler

CONLEY, James farmer Para Plains near Salisbury, died c1875. Estate to his children - Patrick Conley, John Conley, and Ellen Conley Memorial 42/288

CONLEY, Hellen widow Para Plains 1877 Memorial 17/300

No 1

CONLEY, Peter farmer Para Plains 1856 Deposit 290/1857

CONLEY, Peter farmer Lower Wakefield Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 7 County Gawler

CONLEY, Peter farmer Wakefield River Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1860 Grant Book 56 Page 76 County Stanley

CONLEY, Peter farmer formerly of the Para Plains but now of Upper Wakefield 1894 Application 22790

CONLEY, William gentleman Alberton 1851 Memorial 421/35.

No 1 - the Elder

CONLIN, James and Malachi farmers Bull Creek 1878[-1885] Memorial 146/305

No 2

CONLIN, James farmer Hundred of Yalpara 1885 Memorial 159/368

No 3 - the Younger

CONLIN, James farmer Strathalbyn 1889 Application 21659

CONLIN, James innkeeper Strathalbyn, died 1/6/1918 Memorial 144/477

CONLIN, James Edward licensed victualler Strathalbyn, died 1/6/1918 of renal calcus pneumothorax (left) and heart failure, aged 56. Born at Bull Creek. Married aged 25 years. 1 son and 3 daughters living; 1 son deceased Application 28297

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CONLIN, Malachi farmer Strathalbyn 1849[-1855] Memorial 120/17

CONLIN, Malachai farmer Greenhill Special Survey 1853 Memorial 337/57

CONLIN, Malachi farmer Bull Creek 1853[-1868] Memorial 292/52

CONLIN, Malachi farmer Kondoparinga 1855 Memorial 390/91

CONLIN, Malachi farmer Bull Creek father of Martin Conlin farmer Bull Creek 1865 Memorial 155/203

CONLIN, Malachi the Elder farmer Bull Creek 1875 Memorial 27/283

CONLIN, Malachi farmer Bull Creek Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1884 Grant Book 36 Page 251 County Hindmarsh

CONLIN, Malachi formerly farmer Bull Creek but now gentleman Strathalbyn 1890. He could not write Application 21816

No 1

CONLIN, Martin farmer Bull Creek 1870 Memorial 196/246

CONLON, Martin labourer Echunga 1886 Memorial 110/376

CONLIN, Martin farmer Echunga 1891 Memorial 1/410

CONLIN, Mrs Mary Margaret licensed victualler British Hotel, Finniss St, North Adelaide 1927 Application 27626

CONLIN, Morty farmer Blumberg 1865 Application 6940

CONLIN, Patrick farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1854[-1860] Memorial 155/75

CONLIN, TB storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1875 Memorial 110/281

CONLON, Ann hotelkeeper Portland Estate 1900 Application 23943

CONLON, Alicia Florence and Agatha Isabell Loretto Conlon spinsters 233 Gilbert St, Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1947 Grant Book 12 Page 130 County Chando

CONLON, Edward Joseph of North Adelaide and Georgiana Ann Conlon his wife 1873 Memorial 176/272

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CONLON, James yeoman Norwood 1859 Memorial 285/150

CONLON, James farmer Magill 1875 Application 14602

CONLON, James Clement linked with James Joseph Conlon both publicans Adelaide (Royal Admiral Hotel, Hindley St) 1913 Memorial 76/169

No 1 - possibly the same person

CONLON, Owen labourer Thebarton 1874[-1877] Memorial 176/277, Application 16171

CONLON, Owen gentleman Thebarton 1887 Application 21159

No 1

CONLON, Patrick farmer near Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 130 County Victoria

CONLON, Patrick farmer near Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 198 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CONLON, Richard Edward licensed victualler Adelaide (Duke of Brunswick Hotel Gilbert St) 1911 Memorial 102/465

CONLON, Richard Edward formerly agent Adelaide but now farmer Mile End 1932 Memorial 79/505

No 1 - possibly the same person

CONLON, Thomas James farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1940 Grant Book 12 Page 130 County Chandos

CONLON, Thomas James the Younger farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1949 Grant Book 12 Page 131 County Chandos

CONNELL, Andrew farmer Stone Hut . Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 157 County Victoria

CONNELL, GV accountant Adelaide 1914 Memorial 174/471

CONNELL, HA clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 179/405

CONNELL, James farmer Navan 1877 Memorial 191/297

No 1

CONNELL, John parliamentary agent 3 Princes St, Westminster, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to James Penn BOUCAUT, Frederick Oberlin BRUCE, James Martin STUART solicitors King William St, Adelaide, to sell his allotments at Currency Creek and Goolwa 17/5/1876 Deposit 262/1876

No 2

CONNELL, John publican Adelaide (Gilles St), died c1877. Husband of Bridget Connell. Father of unnamed children. Executors and trustees; Michael MORIARTY and Simon YOUNG contractors Adelaide (Princes St) Memorial 226/304

No 3

CONNELL, John farmer Hamley Bridge Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 193 County Victoria

No 4

CONNELL, John farmer Navan 1904[-1927] Memorial 26/452

CONNELL, John farmer formerly of Tarlee 1909 but now of Riverton 1924 Application 27308

CONNELL, John farmer Navan township near Tarlee, died 24/11/1930 Riverton. Brother to Joseph Connell farmer Navan Memorial 82/504

CONNELL, Joseph farmer Navan near Tarlee 1940, declared that he had been born at Navan on 15/1/1878 and had lived there all his life. He was a son of Susan Connell widow of James Connell labourer Navan (She died 26/8/1913) and a brother of John Connell farmer Riverton. Susan Connell bought land from the estate of Catherine GRIFFIN widow of Andrew Griffin farmer Navan. He died 25/9/1897. She died 17/5/1904 intestate Application 28275

CONNELL, Martin yeoman Adelaide (Wright St) 1850 Memorial 402/25

No 1

CONNELL, Michael labourer Adelaide 1856 Land grant Co Gawler 'south of the Wakefield River' Memorial 19/104

CONNELL, Michael formerly labourer Adelaide but now farmer Hundred of Alma 1861. He could not write Application 2695

CONNELL, Robert farmer near Riverton 1866 Memorial 188/209

CONNELL, Robert Baird farmer near Eudunda 1881 Memorial 217/336

No 1

CONNELL, Susan widow Navan Town near Tarlee 1885[-1905] Memorials 71/366 & 146/452

CONNELL, Susan of Navan, died 26/8/1913. Mother of John Connell farmer Riverton, Joseph and Patrick Connell no description Memorial 147/469

No 1

CONNELL, Thomas of Aberdeen 1884 Memorial 19/358

CONNELL, Thomas labourer formerly of Aberdeen near Kooringa but now of Mt Bryan 1900 Memorial 249/441

CONNELL, Thomas who lives on the railway line between Burra and Hallett. A letter addressed to him c/- Mt Bryan should reach him 1883 Application 19975

CONNELL, William hawker Swan Reach. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1906 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

CONNELL, William Frederick miner Olary with a claim near the Woman in White on the Boolcoomata Run1893 Memorial 66/416

CONNELL, William Henry farmer Kringin. Kringin (Hundred of Peebinga) township allotment land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 261 County Chandos

CONNELLY, James of Princes' Town Kooringa 1878 Memorial 202/308

CONNELLY, Matthew farmer Brompton Hundred of Light land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 195 County Light

CONNELLY, Maurice farmer near Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 150 County Victoria

CONNELLY, Michael yeoman Thebarton 1864 Application 5426

CONNELY, James master of the ketch Italy 1889 Memorial 113/397

CONNERY, Catherine (in religion Mother Mary Michael), LYNCH, Annie (in religion Mother Mary Xavier), and REYNOLDS, Mary (in religion Mother Mary Joseph), the Mother Superior and Trustees for the Little Company of Mary in SA 1920 Application 26841

CONNIFFE, Hycinth farmer Mt Mary 1888 Memorial 189/391

No 1

CONNIFFE, James farmer Government Well near Hansborough 1870 Memorial 248/260

CUNNIFFE, James farmer, mail contractor and wine dealer Government Well, Hundred of Neales, became a bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 95/260

CONNIFFE, James farmer Hansborough near Kapunda 1875 Memorial 183/305

CONNIFFE, James farmer Eudunda 1882[-1886] Memorial 164/342

No 1

CONNIFFE, John Joseph farmer Eudunda 1886 Memorial 110/378

CONNIFFE, John Joseph farmer Hundred of Neales 1886 Memorial 208/373

CONNOLE, James railway labourer Roseworthy 1876 Application 14810

CONNOLLY, Bernard farmer Montague Farms Dry Creek 1874[-1885] Memorials 170/271 182/293

No 1

CONNOLLY, James labourer Para Plains 1847 Memorial 382/11 Farmer Para Plains 1849[-1860] Memorial 85/17

CONNOLLY, James farmer Para Plains. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

CONNOLLY, James formerly labourer 1847 late farmer Para Plains, died c1876 or perhaps earlier. Some of his estate willed to Patrick Connolly stockman near Salisbury Application 15411

No 2

CONNOLLY, James farm labourer Hampstead Road, Northfield and Elizabeth Connolly his wife 1903 Memorial 233/449

CONNOLLY, James labourer Northfield. His wife, Elizabeth Connolly, died c1907 intestate Memorial 133/458

CONNOLLY, Elizabeth wife of James Connolly labourer Northfield, died 23/10/1907 intestate. Her estate worth £500. James Connolly died 12/9/1925 intestate. His estate worth £445. The Connollys left four children - Margaret Connolly spinster Northfield (who took out letters of administration for both her parents), Kathleen LANG married woman Gaza, Frederick James Connolly slaughterman Northfield and Mortimer Connolly labourer Northfield 1925 Application 27390

No 1

CONNOLLY, Matthew Adelaide 1844 Memorial 170/4

CONNOLLY, Matthew mariner formerly of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 1490/88

No 2

CONNOLLY, Matthew farmer Stockport 1868 Memorial 203/232

CONNOLLY, Matthew the Elder farmer Stockport, died 10/2/1896. He had lived in the district from 1868. His son, Matthew Connolly the Younger, took over his father's property. Mary Connolly, widow of Matthew Connolly the Elder, died 20/8/1900 Stockport, of senile decay, aged 89 Application 26479

No 1

CONNOLLY, Peter son of James Connolly both farmers Para Plains farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1856 Memorial 214/109

CONNOLLY, Peter farmer formerly of the Para Plains but now of the Wakefield River 1877 Memorial 104/300

CONNOLLY, Simon Edward formerly cab proprietor Norwood but now labourer Adelaide 1924 applied to have the name of an infant child, Joseph Elliott Connolly, born 10/4/1920 Norwood, changed to Joseph Elliott WATERMAN. The child had been in the care of Percival Charles Waterman licensed victualler Kensington Road, Rose Park from shortly after birth Memorial 2/491

CONNOR, Bentley Sievewright Esquire Woodville linked with Stanley Connor Esquire Adelaide 1901 Memorial 39/442

No 1

CONNOR, Charles Hawkes Tod gentleman Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 32/120

CONNOR, Charles Hawkes Tod agent Nuriootpa 1859 [-1865] Memorial 124/161

CONNOR, Charles Hawkes Tod gentleman Nuriootpa 1862 Application 3265

CONNOR, Charles Hawkes Tod gentleman formerly of Nuriootpa but now of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 19/207

CONNOR, Charles Hawkes Tod gentleman Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1868 Grant Book 2 Page 99 County Adelaide

CONNOR, Charles Hawkes Tod merchant Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 176/200

CONNOR, Charles Hawkes Tod gentleman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 103/294

CONNOR, Charles Hawkes Tod merchant Adelaide 1879 [-1893] Memorial 105/314

CONNOR, Charles Hawkes Tod Esquire Adelaide secretary to the Adelaide Milling Co Ltd 1889 Memorial 66/401

CONNOR, Dashwood Charles farmer The Meadows 1898 Memorial 244/434

No 1

CONNOR, George Alexander bank manager Pt Adelaide and Jessie Hall Connor his wife 1874 Memorial 3/278

CONNOR, George Alexander gentleman Woodville 1877 Memorial 196/300

CONNOR, George Alexander Bank of Adelaide accountant Adelaide 1888 Application 21355

CONNOR, George Alexander gentleman Silveracre Woodville 1896[-1903] Memorial 96/428

CONNOR, George Alexander bank manager Woodville 1897 Memorial 245/432

CONNOR, George Alexander gentleman Pt Adelaide 1900 Memorial 168/440

CONNOR, George Alexander branch manager Bank of Adelaide at Pt Adelaide 1906 Memorial 165/455, Application 25214

CONNOR, George Alexander formerly bank manager Pt Adelaide but now out of business Silveracre Woodville linked with Bentley Sievewright Connor Esquire Woodville 1911 Memorial 173/464

CONNOR, George Alexander retired bank manager Woodville 1922 Memorial 122/485

CONNOR, George Alexander retired bank manager formerly of Pt Adelaide but then Woodville Rd, Woodville, died 3/10/1925, of some years' epilepsy and 14 days' encephalitis, aged 82. Born in England, he had been in SA for 60 years. Married at 23. 3 sons and 5 daughters living; 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased. His widow called Jessie Hall Connor. Her children included Stanley Connor formerly Esquire Adelaide but now mill manager North Fremantle WA, and Bentley Sieveright Connor accountant formerly of Woodville but now of Adelaide 1926 Application 27469

CONNOR, James cabinetmaker Adelaide 1849[-1858] Memorial 380/15

No 1

CONNOR, John farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1856[-1860] Memorial 31/104

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CONNOR, Mary wife of John Connor labourer Gawler 1876 nee Mary KETTLE daughter of the late Richard Kettle formerly labourer Evanston 1853 Application 15107

CONNOR, John labourer Gawler and Mary Connor his wife formerly Mary Kittle the heiress at law of the late Richard Kittle formerly labourer Evanston now deceased 1876 Memorial 122/291

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CONNOR, John labourer Section 2888 near Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 208/146

CONNOR, John labourer North Adelaide 1867 Memorial 225/223

CONNOR, Leonard clerk to Edmund HEUZENROEDER solicitor Adelaide 1898 Memorial 128/442

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CONNOR, Michael yeoman Willunga 1843 Application 26523

CONNOR, Michael yeoman Willunga 1846 Memorial 399/6

CONNOR, Michael dairyman Adelaide 1848[-1850] Memorial 165/23

CONNOR, Patrick labourer Morphett Vale 1845[-1853] Memorial 337/4 Farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 52/63 farmer Yankalilla 1857 Enrolment 42/41

No 1

CONNOR, Richard farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1859] Memorial 407/58, Application 20031

CONNOR, Richard farmer Cape Jervis 1860 Memorial 338/161

CONNOR, Richard farmer formerly of Cape Jervis but now of Aldinga 1861 Memorial 24/178

No 2

CONNOR, Richard labourer Hamilton on the Light 1865[-1868] Memorial 25/206

CONNOR, Stanley mill manager formerly of Adelaide but now of North Fremantle WA 1926 Memorial 194/495

No 1 - probably the same person

CONNOR, William sawyer Adelaide 1864 Memorial 126/198

CONNOR, William stonemason Adelaide 1867 Memorial 227/226

CONNOR, William out of business Adelaide, died c1891 Memorial 31/424

No 2

CONNOR, William labourer Prospect Hill 1922 Memorial 193/485

CONNORS, George Henry farmer Amyton 1885 Memorial 183/368

CONNORS, John labourer 31 Sussex St, North Adelaide, died 8/11/1912. His widow, Ellen Connors, died 25/6/1913. Executor; Michael RYAN tramway employee Memorial 124/469.

CONNORS, Patrick farmer Hundred of Wilson linked with Thomas Connors contractor formerly of Broken Hill NSW but now of the Hundred of Wilson 1891 Memorial 109/411

CONNORS, Thomas of Broken Hill NSW 1889 Memorial 109/399

CONOLAN, John farmer Kapunda 1864 Memorial 287/195

CONOLAN, Owen labourer Thebarton 1867 Memorial 38/225

CONOLAN, Patrick farmer Hundred of Schomburgk Co Burra 1889 Memorial 46/399

CONOLE, John teamster O'Laddie Station north of Kooringa 1875[-1876] Memorial 229/282

No 1

CONOLE, Michael labourer South Road 1863 Memorial 135/188

CONOLE, Michael labourer South Road, died 9/5/1864 intestate. By 1873, his widow, Mary Conole, had remarried, to Peter BENNETT mason Edwardstown. The testator's heir at law, John Conole, was a labourer of Whitmore Square, Adelaide Memorial 34/264

CONOLE, Michael married Mary nee ? in August 1845 Dysart, Co Clare, 1010Ireland. The family emigrated to SA. Michael labourer and farmer South 1010Road, The Sturt, died 9/5/1854 intestate. His only son, John Conole 1010labourer South Road 1863, labourer Whitmore Square Adelaide 1873, 1010teamster O'Laddie Station north of Kooringa 1875, a Gladstone farmer by 11111876, inherited his estate as heir at law. Michael Connor's widow, Mary Conole, 11remarried to Peter BENNETT mason Edwardstown Application 15159

No 1

CONOLLY, Bernard farmer Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 184/161

CONOLLY, Bernard farmer Montague Farms, Dry Creek 1865 Memorial 228/212

No 1

CONQUEST, Elsie Fearnley married woman Mitcham 1927 Application 27623

CONQUEST, Elsie Fearnley (Father: John Playford), wife of Fritz George Conquest (father; George Conquest) formerly butcher now out of business The Willows, Mitcham, aged 70 and 71 years respectively 1953. Both people had lived in Mitcham all their lives. The Conquests married 22/8/1914 in the Mitcham Baptist Church Application 28937

CONRAD, Albert Selmar architect Adelaide 1922 Memorial 62/485

No 1

CONRAD, Leopold of Walkerville 1871 Memorial 97/254

CONRAD, Leopold butcher Adelaide 1875 Memorial 235/281

CONRAN, Henry Lewis sharebroker Adelaide and Minnie Conran his wife 1893 Memorial 18/419

CONRAN, Thomas Wills Esquire Melbourne Club, Collins St, Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to William RIGGALL, Lauchlan Kenneth Scobie MacKINNON solicitors 120 William St, Melbourne, to purchase on his behalf, the lease for Alexandra Station and Soudan Station, Northern Territory, which the North Australian Pastoral Company at present holds 2/8/1898 Deposit 14/1898

CONRICK, John squatter Nappermerrie Out of Hundreds. Hopetoun (later Innamincka Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 65 Page 204 County Not named

No 1

CONRON, George of Mt Annan near Balhannah 1841. [He was a carter on the Port Road when he died in the early 1860s. He left money for the completion of St Francis Xavier's Cathedral] Application 27205

CONRON, George labourer Port Road near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 73/45

CONRON, George carter Port Road. Will 12/9/1865. £50 to the Roman Catholic Church. The rest of his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Conron, in trust for life, then to his sister Ann BRIEN absolutely in remainder expectant. Wife and brother-in-law, Michael BRIEN to be executors Deposit 150/1870

CONRON, George carter Port Road, died 1865. He left £50 towards the completion of St Frances Xavier's Cathedral, Adelaide. The remainder of his estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Conron, for life, then to his sister , Ann BRYAN wife of Michael Bryan, absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 202/206

CONRON, George carter Pt Adelaide, died 12/9/1865. Husband of Elizabeth Conron. Brother to Ann BRYAN wife of Michael Bryan carter Bowden 1870 Memorial 144/417

No 1

CONROY, Duncan labourer SA 1851 Memorial 101/38

CONROY, Duncan labourer Victoria township near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 215/158

CONROY, Thomas farmer Koolunga 1901 Memorial 106/442

CONROY, Thomas Edward and William Edward Conroy carriers Prospect linked with RW Conroy accounts officer Adelaide 1921 Memorial 114/484

No 1

CONRY, Bartholomew John hotelkeeper Vintage Shades Hotel Norwood 1883 Memorial 156/354

CONRY, Bartholomew John publican Norwood 1893 Application 22442

No 1

CONSIDINE, Andrew farmer Bugle Ranges 1859[-1860] Memorial 334/155

CONSIDINE, Andrew farmer formerly of Bugle Ranges 1850 but now of near Macclesfield 1863 Application 4424

CONSIDINE, Andrew farmer Burslem Creek near Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 227/228

CONSIDINE, Andrew James formerly licensed victualler Macclesfield but now credit selector Coonatto 1880 Memorial 122/322

CONSIDINE, Bridget spinster Adelaide 1868 Memorial 249/228

CONSIDINE, Darby yeoman Bugle Ranges near Mt Barker 1854[-1868] Memorials 184/75 & 113/228

CONSIDINE, John dealer Kensington 1885 Application 20461

CONSIDINE, Lawrence farmer Compton Hundred of Blanche land grant 1886 Grant Book 30 Page 6 County Grey

CONSIDINE, Lawrence farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Young land grant 1899 Grant Book 30 Page 128 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CONSIDINE, Martin farmer near Macclesfield 1874 Memorial 151/273

CONSIDINE, Martin innkeeper Oakfield Hotel Mt Barker ejected from the premises by a court order dated 20/5/1878 Memorial 79/308

No 1

CONSIDINE, Michael farmer Springbank near Adelaide 1862[-1870] Memorial 287/183

CONSIDINE, Michael of Springbank 1876 Application 15511

CONSIDINE, Michael widower labourer Springbank Lower Mitcham, died 28/1/1905 Fullarton, aged 73. His estate worth £250. His family included: Patrick Considine carter Fullarton, Cornelius Considine mill hand Edwardstown, and Thomas Considine labourer Fullarton Application 27342

No 2

CONSIDINE, Michael farmer Finniss Flat 1876 Memorial 147/290

No 3

CONSIDINE, Michael police constable Pt Adelaide 1892 Memorial 42/412

CONSIDINE, Patrick labourer Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1864 Memorial 346/198

CONSINTINE, Emanuel linked with Section 399 Hundred of Inkerman Co Gawler 1887 Memorial 129/383

CONSINTINE, James of the Hundred of Inkerman 1884[-1885] Memorial 107/359

CONSLAND, Alexander farmer Mt Gambier, died c1875. He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Consland Memorial 70/282

CONSTABLE, Edmund James farmer Glenelg 1846 Memorial 121/6

No 1

CONSTABLE, Hines miller Auburn 1876 Memorial 72/293

CONSTABLE, Hines formerly miller Auburn 1868 but now labourer East Auburn 1876 Application 15359

No 1 – perhaps the Elder

CONSTABLE, John labourer Mintaro 1854[-1856] Memorial 472/75

No 2 – perhaps the Younger

CONSTABLE, John farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 160 County Dalhousie

CONSTABLE, John pensioner Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1947 Grant Book 13 Page 388 County Dalhousie

No 3

CONSTABLE, John farmer Queens Own Town. Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1887 Grant Book 37 Page 15 County Hindmarsh

CONSTABLE, Joshua farmer Boolcunda, near Quorn, died 26/2/1906 intestate Memorial 120/455

CONSTABLE, Patrick farmer Eurelia 1905 Memorial 15/454

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CONSTABLE, Thomas brickmaker Kensington 1842 Application 17159

CONSTABLE, Thomas brickmaker Kensington 1846[-1849] Memorial 417/6

CONSTABLE, Thomas bricklayer Norwood 1851 Memorial 318/58

CONSTABLE, Thomas labourer Kensington 1858 linked with William Constable of Kensington Memorial 274/135

No 1

CONSTABLE, William farmer Saddleworth 1868 Application 9451

CONSTABLE, William farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 160 County Dalhousie

CONSTABLE, William farmer Eurelia 1896[-1897] Memorial 21/427

CONSTABLE, William farmer formerly of Eurelia but now of Kanoura WA 1900 Memorial 46/440

No 1

CONSTANT, Thomas labourer SA 1842 Memorial 394/1

CONSTANT, Thomas farmer Mt Pleasant near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 349/64

CONSTANT, Thomas labourer Yatala 1885 Memorial 195/371

CONSTANTINE, Alexander farmer Cotton. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 36 County Chandos

No 1

CONSTANTINE, Christo and Theodore restaurant keepers Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 121 County Chandos

CONSTANTINE, Christo storekeeper Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1921 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

No 1 FIND SPELLING OF CHRISTIAN NAME

CONSTANTINE, Panyotic storekeeper Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

CONSTANTINE, Panayiote restaurant proprietor Adelaide (King William St) 1910 Memorial 186/462

No 1

CONSTANTINE, Theodore restaurant keeper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 36 County Chandos

CONSTANTINE, Theodore oyster saloon keeper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1921 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

CONWAY, Anthony and William carters Adelaide 1861[-1865] Memorial 51/201

No 1

CONWAY, Archibald gentleman Fifth Creek Magill 1885[-early 1902] Memorial 162/447

CONWAY, Archibald gentleman [formerly of Magill but now of the] Semaphore 1902 Memorial 163/447

CONWAY, Catherine widow Bowden 1886 Memorial 154/380

CONWAY, Cora Mallet spinster Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 652 County Frome

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CONWAY, Edward gentleman Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 393/10

CONWAY, Edward Esquire Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 250/26

CONWAY, Edward gentleman Queenstown 1852[-1862] Memorial 190/43

CONWAY, Edward Esquire Pt Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 179/44

CONWAY, Edward Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 106/53

CONWAY, Edward formerly gentleman Pt Adelaide 1866 but now HM Customs officer Adelaide 1869 Application 10425

CONWAY, Emily kindergartener Pt Elliot 1923 Memorial 33/488

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CONWAY, Francis gentleman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 182/3

CONWAY, Francis clerk to Josiah PARTRIDGE solicitor Adelaide 1848[-1867] Memorial 396/10

CONWAY, Francis gentleman Thebarton 1860 Memorial 122/164

CONWAY, Francis gentleman Thebarton 1869 Application 10319

CONWAY, Harry fitter 48 Cowie St, Albert Park 1893 Memorial 95/417

No 1 – perhaps the same person

CONWAY, Henry, Michael and Patrick farmers the Light 1865 Memorial 98/202

CONWAY, Henry farmer Weaner Flat Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 313 County Fergusson

No 1

CONWAY, John labourer Adelaide (Norman St) 1866 Memorial 215/257

CONWAY, John carter Adelaide and Bridget and Kate Conway his daughters 1871 Memorial 137/291

No 1

CONWAY, Michael labourer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 15/31

CONWAY, Michael farmer Le Fevre Peninsual 1856 Memorial 89/105

CONWAY, Michael lived on Section 1078 Hundred of Pt Adelaide in 1856. He disappeared during 1857 and no one had any trace of him since [William James TURNER gentleman Magill, who sold this land to M Conway in 1856, made this statement in 1876, yet Michael Conway was in the Hundred of Light during the 1860s] Application 15609

CONWAY, Michael farmer Hundred of Light 1860 [-1866] Memorial 136/163

CONWAY, Michael farmer Tarlee Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 77 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CONWAY, Patrick farmer Stockport 1864 Memorial 69/193

CONWAY, Patrick farmer Sevenhill 1876[-1878] Memorial 212/295

CONWAY, Robert George Montgomery Esquire Onkaparinga District 1842 Memorial 293/2

CONZNER, Alfred of Greens Plains East. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

COOK, Albert Edward upholsterer Goodwood 1928 Application 27669

COOK, Albert Thomas coachman Adelaide 1891 Memorial 158/413

COOK, Alec bank officer Strathalbyn 1932 Memorial 149/505

COOK, Alfred Mobbs storekeeper Payneham 1858 Memorial 76/146

COOK, Alfred Peter butcher Bay Road 1889 Memorial 118/396

COOK, BW clerk to Messrs BAGOT & LABATT solicitors Adelaide Kapunda 1857 Memorial 204/127

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COOK, Charles miner Tungkillo Mine Reedy Creek. He bought land at Allen Creek 1851 Memorial 432/35.

COOK, Charles farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 237/90

COOK, Charles farmer near Kapunda, died 13/12/1857 Sandy Creek. Husband of Mary Ann Cook. Uncle to William GLASSON son of William and Jane Glasson of Kapunda. Mary Ann Cook remarried 9/3/1859 to John Glanvell WILLIAMS who died 6/12/1867. Mrs Williams still lived in Kapunda in 1892 Memorials 23 & 24/413

COOK, Charles farmer near Kapunda, died 13/12/1857, leaving his real estate to his wife, Mary Ann Cook nee GLASSON for life, then to her nephew, William Glasson the Younger farmer Jamestown, absolutely. William Glasson the Younger was the son of William Glasson the Elder of Kapunda, brother to Mary Ann COOK, and his wife, Jane Glasson. Mary Ann Cook 39 Sandy Creek (Father: John Glasson) remarried to John Glanvill WILLIAMS 38 farmer Allen Creek (Father: Henry Williams) on 8/3/1859 John G Williams' home Allen Creek. Minister: James ROBERTS. Witnesses: William Glasson farmer Allen Creek and Jane MERRICK of Allen Creek. Mary Ann Williams widow of JG Williams Burra Road near Kapunda, died 17/6/1896, of senile decay, aged 76. Her step-son, Henry Williams of Kapunda, registered her death Application 23203

No 2

COOK, Charles teamster Auburn 1866 Memorial 64/211

No 3

COOK, Charles bank messenger Hackney 1881 Application 18771

No 1

COOK, Charles Edward agent Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 220/370

COOK, Charles Edward shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1895 Memorial 68/424

No 1

COOK, Charles Sturt farmer Hindmarsh, son of William and Christina Cook 1865 Application 6100

COOK, Charles Sturt farmer Hindmarsh 1870 Memorial 216/256

COOK, Charles Sturt farmer Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 155 County Victoria

COOK, Daisy Pearl married woman Kingston S-E 1947 Application 28521

COOK, David farmer Yankalilla 1862 Application 3297

COOK, Emma Maria spinster formerly of Exeter but now of Henley Beach 1920 Memorial 37/481

COOK, Francis warehouseman 22 St Paul’s Churchyard, London, who had lent money through Messrs David Murray 9f 12-14 the Barbican, London and of Adelaide to various people in SA, power of attorney to Richard SEARLE warehouseman Adelaide, to administer the loans 10/2/1880 Deposit 195/1882 

No 1

COOK, Frederick carpenter Robe 1862 Memorial 231/183

COOK, Frederick of Melbourne Vic 1862 Memorial 209/203

COOK, Frederick carpenter formerly of Robe but tnen residing in Vic 1862 GRO Search 96

No 1

COOK, George saddler Adelaide 1851 Memorial 24/37.

No 2

COOK, George the Younger of Melville Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 144 County Fergusson

No 1

COOK, George Henry Esquire Shamrock, Queen’s Road, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, died 22/5/1902. All estate to his two sons, George Edward Cook and Charles Henry Cook, equally absolutely. His son, Charles, to be executor, along with his nephew Alfred LOMAS. A codicil added 19/7/1901 ‘As sudden deaths are prevalent under this great heat … ‘ Deposit 12/1914

COOK, George Henry gentleman formerly of Princess St, Hanover Square, Middlesex, England but then of Southfield House, Henley-on-Thames, England, died 22/5/1902. He left his estate, including land in the Currency Creek Special Survey, to his two sons, George Edward Cook and Charles Henry Cook, a barrister at law. George Edward Cook died intestate, a bachelor and without a parent or descendants. His brother, Charles Cook, inherited his estate. It appears as though Charles Cook might have lived in SA for some time. By 1908, he had returned to England to live at Willow Grange, Goring, Oxon, and appointed Elder, Smith & Co merchants and shippers Currie St, Adelaide, as his local attorneys Application 27853

No 1

COOK, Henry Daniel accountant Adelaide 1884 Memorial 110/362

COOK, Henry Daniel accountant Adelaide, about to depart the said province, power of attorney to Benjamin FISHER accountant Adelaide, to administer his business on his behalf 5/1/1884. Samuel Joshua JACOBS solicitor Adelaide, stated that HD Cook left SA about 5/1/1884 Deposit 95/1884

No 1

COOK, Henry David gentleman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 86/288

COOK, Henry David accountant Rose Park 1905 Memorial 240/453

COOK, Henry David accountant Adelaide 1906 Memorial 107/455

No 1

COOK, Henry Gordon farmer Sturt River and Ann Cook and Clara Cook spinsters Sturt River 1855 Memorial 229/89

COOK, Henry Gordon no description and Clara Cook his sister 1871 Memorial 45/258

COOK, Henry Gordon of SA. Will 28/1/1871. All estate to his sister, Clara COOK Deposit 26/1872

COOK, Henry Gordon, Ann Cook, Eliza Cook and Clara Cook (brothers and 1717sisters formerly residing at The Sturt, about 7 miles from Adelaide). Eliza 1717Cook, died 7/6/1853, aged 42. A brother died before the foundation of the 1717colony. Another brother, William Detmar Cook (nicknamed Captain Cook), died in 1845. A third brother, Henry Gordon Cook, died 1/8/1871 St Marys, 1717

of pneumonia, aged, 62, and left land to his sister Clara Cook, who left SA 1717for Scotland in 1872. The family had lived for over 30 years on Section 35 Survey B. Ann Cook spinster The Sturt, died 14/1/1863, of cancer of the 1717uterus, aged 58 William Anderson CAWTHORNE Secretary Adelaide 1877, had known the family for more than 27 years Application 16413

No 1

COOK, Henry Richard farmer Meadows 1854 Memorial 90/77

COOK, Henry Richard farmer Meadows likely to have left the district c1857 Memorial 274/118

No 1

COOK, Herbert John storekeeper Payneham 1870[-1882] Memorial 136/248

COOK, Herbert John postmaster Payneham 1883 Memorial 116/354

COOK, Herbert John formerly storekeeper's assistant 1870 but now storekeeper Payneham 1878 Application 16547

COOK, Susan Ann widow Payneham 1885 Widow of Herbert John Cook storekeeper Payneham Application 20734

COOK, Susan Ann Phillips of Payneham, executrix of the estate of Herbert John Cook deceased 1892 Application 22259

COOK, Isaac labourer Gawler South 1891 Application 22107

No 1

COOK, James labourer North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 390/26

COOK, James storekeeper Little Para 1852 Memorial 463/40.

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

COOK, James farmer Salisbury, died 17/7/1874. Executors; John VOCKINS baker and John HEDDLE baker both of Salisbury. All estate absolutely to William CALLARD blacksmith Salisbury and Lydia HALL wife of James Hall licensed victualler Salisbury Memorial 123/470 & Application 27593

COOK, James farmer Salisbury, died 17/7/1874. Estate worth £10. He left his entire estate to William CALLARD blacksmith Salisbury and Lydia HALL (wife of James Hall licensed victualler Salisbury) of Salisbury absolutely. Executors: John VOCKINS farmer Salisbury and John HEDDLE baker Salisbury Application 27593

No 3

COOK, James merchant Adelaide 1855 Memorial 129/87

COOK, James merchant formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Kingston 1877 Application 16527

No 4

COOK, James fruiterer Kapunda 1864 Memorial 71/195

COOK, James greengrocer Kapunda 1865 Memorial 85/206

COOK, James storekeeper Kapunda 1866[-1875] Memorial 191/211

COOK, James storekeeper and fruiterer Kapunda 1875. His wife, Emily Cook, died 12/6/1916 Application 26746

COOK, James storekeeper Kapunda 1880 Application 18028 18

COOK, James grocer and greengrocer South Tce, Kapunda, died 24/5/1905 Allendale North, of accidentally being killed when thrown from his spring dray, aged 69. Husband of Emily Cook, likely a Miss PACKER. Other people mentioned in the Application included Henry Job Packer butcher North Adelaide, Albert John Packer storekeeper North Adelaide, Mary Maria MOODY widow North Adelaide, and Harriett JENKINS wife of Benjamin Jenkins builder North Adelaide Application 25499

COOK, James grocer Kapunda 1905 Memorial 129/452

COOK, James grocer Kapunda, died c1905. His widow, Emily Cook, died 12/6/1916. Executor Henry James Cook grocer Adelaide died 27/5/1907 a bachelor. Was Elizabeth Maria Cook spinster Exeter 1916 a daughter? Memorials 3 & 6/475

No 5

COOK, James servant Prospect Lodge. He bought land at Bowden 1849 Memorial 296/138

COOK, James servant now or formerly of of Prospect 1858 Memorial 317/138

COOK, James formerly labourer Bowden 1853 but now farmer Pt Elliot 1866 Application 7243

COOK, James formerly labourer Bowden 1853 but now farmer Castle Range 1869 Memorial 56/241

COOK, James farmer Castle Range near Pt Elliot 1871 Memorial 139/253

No 6

COOK, James yeoman Kensington 1851[-1852] Memorial 321/34

No 5

COOK, James cabinetmaker Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 63/125

No 1
COOK, John glazier Payneham 1850 Memorial 413/19

COOK, John glazier Marden 1854[-1877] Memorial 144/67

COOK, John yeoman Marden 1852 Memorial 100/41.

COOK, John storekeeper Marden 1855[-1857] Memorial 37/80

COOK, John storekeeper Payneham 1856[-1878] Memorial 305/111

COOK, John Member East Torrens Equitable Building & Investment Society 1858 Application 22543

COOK, John formerly storekeeper but now gentleman Payneham 1882 Application 19489

No 2

COOK, John labourer Magill 1851[-1853] Memorial 283/33

No 3

COOK, John bullock driver Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 56/63

COOK, John [formerly bullock driver but then] landowner Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 317/67

COOK, John [formerly bullock driver Upper Wakefield but now] farmer near Auburn 1859 Memorial 84/152

COOK, John farmer Honeysuckle Flat Upper Wakefield. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 327 County Light

No 4

COOK, John carrier Clarendon 1865 Application 6535

No 5

COOK, John tailor Adelaide 1870 Memorial 38/248

COOK, John tailor Adelaide 1878 Application 16762

No 6 - perhaps the same person

COOK, John JP of Stone Hut 1875 Memorial 141/285

COOK, John farmer formerly of the Reedbeds 1869 but now of Laura 1877, son of the late William Cook formerly farmer John St, Hindmarsh who died 1851 Application 16256

COOK, John farmer Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 60 Page 155 County Victoria

COOK, John farmer Laura 1879[-1888] Memorial 177/319

COOK, John farmer Laura Co Victoria. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 301 County Dalhousie

No 7

COOK, John farmer York township Port Road, died 28/2/1879 Memorial 171/314

COOK, John carter York township, died 28/2/1879, of asthma and bronchitis, aged 72. His widow, Mary Ann Cook 63 York (Father: William GILLARD) remarried to William ADAMS 69 widower labourer Beverley (Father: Thomas Adams) on 9/3/1885 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide Minister: Richardson Reid. Witnesses: Alexander OAKLEY seafarer Queenstown and Frances MILLER of Queenstown. Mrs Cook/Adams could not write. She was widowed again by 1890 Application 21847

No 8 – perhaps the same person

COOK, John of Minlaton 1886 Memorial 178/374

COOK, John the Younger farmer Minlaton, had died by 1898 intestate. Letters of administration to Frances Cook widow Minlaton to settle the estate Grant Book 19 Page 315 County Fergusson

No 9

COOK, John chaff and corn merchant Quorn 1897. He had known the Hindmarsh area since c1847, leaving there only in 1872. He had been to the Victorian gold fields 1852-1856 Application 23461

No 10

COOK, John widower carrier King's Park married Harriet Ann TAPLIN spinster Redfern on 26/7/1913 St Columba's Church Hawthorn Memorial 149/489

No 11

COOK, John tailor Adelaide (Hindley St) 1921 Memorial 31/483

COOK, John governing director and Ruth Cook secretary to Cook Son & Co Ltd of Adelaide (57 Hindley St) 1924 Memorial 105/492

COOK, John Henry wood carter Burnside, died 10/11/1893 intestate, of manslaught through a fracture of the skull, aged 35. By 1922, his widow, Eliza Ann Cook, was still living in the house (an old shepherd's hut) at Clifton pt Section 290, near Burnside, where her husband's grandparents, the Flynns, through his mother, Isabella Cook nee FLYNN, had lived. The John Cooks had married on 15/11/1876. Their children in 1922 were - Charles Henry Cook labourer Nairne; Lilly DOWSETT wife of Frederick William Dowsett labourer Portland Estate; Archibald Harold Cook labourer Burnside; and Captain John Cook labourer Kensington Park. Eliza Ann Cook could not write Application 27080

COOK, John Povah butcher Gawler 1855 Memorial 304/84

No 1

COOK, Joseph butcher North Road 1851 Memorial 353/29

COOK, Joseph butcher Bowden 1854 Memorial 43/64

COOK, Elizabeth widow Bowden relict of the late Joseph Cook formerly butcher Bowden deceased 1855 Memorial 261/90

No 2

COOK, Joseph fireman Pt Adelaide 1864[-1869] Memorial 300/199

COOK, Maria widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 19147.

COOK, Maria widow The Semaphore 1894, widow of Joseph Cook who died 29/5/1875 intestate Application 22724

No 1

COOK, Joseph storekeeper Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 232 County Daly

COOK, Joseph Howell storekeeper Kadina 1889 Memorial 90/396

COOK, Joseph John wood carter Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 97 County Daly

No 1

COOK, Lincoln Joseph contractor Kensington Park 1929 Application 27732

COOK, Lincoln Joseph contractor Kensington Park. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501

COOK, Michael mason Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 304/101

COOK, ME home duties Kensington Tce, Norwood 1916 Memorial 60/474

COOK, Oscar Edwin of Brownlow Kangaroo Island 1888 Memorial 135/392

No 1

COOK, Peter butcher Adelaide 1843 Memorial 266/3

COOK, Peter butcher [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Brighton and Charlotte Cook his wife 1849 Memorial 224/19

COOK, Peter butcher Brighton and Charlotte Cook his wife formerly Charlotte EMERY widow 1853[-1857] Memorials 115/59 & 96/122

COOK, Peter butcher Glenelg, died 11/8/1871 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Charlotte Cook, to settle the estate Memorial 209/329

COOK, Reginald James wheelwright Kingscote KI 1922 Memorial 186/486

No 1

COOK, Richard labourer Magill 1851 Memorial 71/35.

COOK, Richard [formerly labourer Magill but now] farmer New Tiers 1851 Memorial 143/36.

COOK, Richard farmer New Tiers near Cox Creek 1853[-1855] Hundred of Myponga land grant Memorial 142/61

COOK, Richard farmer The Tiers 1855[-1856] Memorial 101/88

COOK, Richard farmer New Tiers 1856 Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 302/112

COOK, Richard farmer New Tiers 1858 Application 132

No 2

COOK, Richard fruiterer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1903 Memorial 148/450

COOK, Richard formerly farmer Aberdeen near Kooringa but now gardener Carey Gully. E Cook mentioned but not described 1919 Memorial 99/478

No 1

COOK, Robert Presbyterian Minister of Clatt, Co Aberdeen, Scotland married 6/12/1831 Christina WILSON of Ashley, at Ashley near Paisley, Co Renfrew, Scotland. Only child, John Robert WILSON born 25/4/1843 Clatt. Robert Cook bought Section 2908 Davenport Special Survey Hundred of Macclesfield/Strathalbyn on 1/7/1843, also Section 1779 Mt Barker Special Survey 22/8/1842, and Sections 6635, 6636 Sources of the Torrens Special Survey 15/9/1842 - 320 acres. He died 20/12/1851. His son emigrated in September 1863, and lived at South Brighton Station near Horsham Vic in 1866. Application 8192

COOK, Robert Presbyterian Minister Clatt, Co Aberdeen, Scotland and his wife, Christina Cook nee WILSON. Marriage agreement 20/12/1833. If Mrs Cook survived her husband, she would have a life interest in his estate, after which it would go to his nearest relatives absolutely in remainder expectant. Her estate would go to her nearest relatives in similar fashion. If there were children of the marriage, these children would inherit the estates absolutely. The Cooks later went to Ceres, Co Fife, Scotland. Robert Cook must have died here, but no date given. Brother to William Cook, who owned property and died at Hindmarsh SA. Mrs Robert Cook decided to invest in SA real estate and appointed Alexander LORIMER Esquire Craighdarroch, her attorney to buy land 22/1/1852 Deposit 9/1869

No 2

COOK, Robert farmer Hindmarsh 1854[-1872] Memorial 488/71

COOK, Robert farmer Telowie 1878 Memorial 74/305

COOK, Ron J of Woodside 1937 Memorial 116/511

No 1

COOK, Samuel storekeeper Mt Barker, about to marry Harriet BRAMLEY spinster Mt Barker. Marriage settlement – allotments in Mt Barker in trust for the bride’s use for life, then in trust for the groom’s use for life, then for any children of the marriage in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees – Joseph and William MAY gentlemen Mt Barker 1851 Application 587

COOK, Samuel storekeeper Mt Barker 1853[-1860] Memorial 110/54

COOK, Samuel ironmonger Mt Barker 1860 Memorial 32/165

COOK, Samuel ironmonger Mt Barker 1860[-1861] Memorial 341/163

COOK, Samuel ironmonger formerly of Mt Barker but now of North Adelaide 1865 Memorial 175/204

COOK, Samuel gentleman formerly of Mt Barker but then of North Adelaide, had died by 1869 the year when his widow, Harriet Cook, was in parts beyond the seas Memorial 43/243

COOK, Harriet widow formerly of Adelaide but at present residing in Hobart Tas 1867 relict of the late Samuel Cook who died 27/2/1866 Memorial 31/219

No 2

COOK, Samuel labourer Magill 1873[-1882] Memorial 181/270

COOK, Samuel labourer Magill 1881 Application 18610

COOK, Samuel quarryman Magill 1892 Application 22363

COOK, Sidney farm labourer Mannanarie. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 415 County Dalhousie

No 1

COOK, Thomas farmer Fifth Creek 1851 Memorial 13/37.

No 2 - likely to be the same person

COOK, Thomas gentleman North Adelaide 1902 Memorial 134/445

COOK, Thomas formerly farmer Manoora but then out of business North Adelaide, died 23/12/1911. Husband of Mary Maria Cook. Father of Albert Edward Thomas Cook, William Edwin Cook, Selma Elizabeth JASPER and Evelyn Myrtle Cook. Executors; Thomas SYMONS bootmaker North Adelaide and Alexander Smith ROBERTSON traveller Eastwood. Estate worth £90 Memorial 99/466

No 1

COOK, Thomas Abbey carpenter Norwood. Kensington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1883[-1901] Memorial 35/354

COOK, Thomas Abbey and Thomas William Cook builders and contractors East Parade Kensington 1922 Memorial 14/486

COOK, Thomas Abbey builder Kensington Park. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501

COOK, Thomas Abbey builder Kensington Park 1929 Application 27732

COOK, Thomas Albert confectioner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1893 Memorial 64/418

COOK, Thomas Allwood shoemaker Crafers on the Mt Barker Road 1861 Memorial 100/171

No 1

COOK, Vincent Herbert Fuller blacksmith Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1907 Grant Book 11 Page 64 County Carnarvon

COOK, Vincent Herbert Fuller blacksmith Kingscote KI 1922 Memorial 186/486

COOK, Walter Edmund civil engineer near Pt Augusta Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 3 County Newcastle

No 1

COOK, Walter Fuller shoemaker Payneham 1857 Memorial 212/126

COOK, Walter Fuller bootmaker Mt Barker 1860 Memorial 156/176

COOK, Walter Fuller bootmaker Mt Barker 1861 Memorial 156/176

COOK, Walter Fuller formerly bootmaker but then clerk Mt Barker by 1880 Application 18264

COOK, Walter Fuller clerk Mt Barker 1884 Memorial 143/361

COOK, Walter Fuller clerk Mt Barker 1885 Application 20416

COOK, WH salesman Launceston, Tas 1885 Memorial 175/367

No 1

COOK, William apocathery Adelaide 1842 Memorial 216/346

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger
COOK, William farmer Adelaide and Christiane Reid Cook, his wife 1846 Memorial 446/6

COOK, William farmer Hindmarsh 1845[-1850] Memorial 173/5

COOK, William the Elder farmer John St, Hindmarsh, died c1849. Life interest in trust in his estate to his wife, Christina Reid Cook, then property designated to the family specifically absolutely in remainder expectant: son William Cook the Younger, 2nd daughter Elspeth, 3d daughter Christina, 4th daughter Eliza, youngest daughter Mary Ann, 2nd son Robert Cook, 3d son John Cook, youngest son Charles Sturt Cook. Executors and trustees: Alexander LORIMER and Andrew MURDOCK stockholders Craigdarrock Mt Barker District. 1849 Memorial 63/30

COOK, William the Younger farmer Hindmarsh. Eldest son and heir at law of William Cook the Elder 1852 Memorial 411/41

COOK, Christina widow Hindmarsh relict of the late William Cook the Elder formerly farmer Hindmarsh but now deceased. Linked with John Cook farmer Reedbeds 1869 Memorial 49/237

COOK, Christina widow of the late William Cook farmer John St, Hindmarsh, died 23/9/1871, of old age, aged 74. Her son, Robert Cook farmer Hindmarsh, gave this information 1872. The family was probably related to the Rev’d Robert Cook of Ceres, Scotland. Alexander LORIMER Esquire Elderslie Woodside, was an executor for William Cook’s will Application 21894

COOK, William farmer Onkaparinga District, owned Section 5000 Sources 2323of the Onkaparinga from c1841 until he died 31/1/1851. His widow, 2323Christina Cook, owned the section until she died 23/9/1871 Hindmarsh, of 2323old age, aged 74. John Cook farmer Laura, had owned the land until 1877 at 2323least. The family was probably related to the Rev'd Robert Cook 2323Presbyterian minister of Clatt, Co Aberdeen, then Ceres, Co Fife, and his 2323wife, Christina Cook nee WILSON, from whom William Cook the Elder had borrowed money 23Application 16256

COOK, William of John St, Hindmarsh, died c1852, 'he being one of the principal settlers there'. His widow was still alive in 1871. Informant George SHEARING brickmaker Hindmarsh had lived in Hindmarsh for more than 32 years Application 11204

COOK, William the Elder farmer John St, Hindmarsh died 31/1/1851. To his son William Cook the Younger, two sections in the Gawler River Survey (No 90 and 7589), mortgaged to Rev’d Robert Cook of Ceres, Scotland, plus lots in Salisbury. Daughters Elspeth, Christina, Eliza, and Mary Ann Cook to get land in Hindmarsh, Port Road and Beverley. William Cook the Elder's wife, Christina Cook nee REID, to have income for life from land in Hindmarsh and the Mt Barker Special Survey (Sections 5000 ad 5002). 2nd, 3d and 4th sons, Robert, John and Charles Sturt Cook, to get the property their mother had a life interest in the income after her death. Eldest son William Cook the Younger to get 3 teams of 8 working bullocks in each with three bullock drays and tackle, but no land. Son Robert Cook to get a similar number of bullocks and the rest of the farm equipment. All the daughters, including Margaret Cook the eldest, to get 20 milking cows each. William Cook the Elder's wife to get 20 milking cows as well. The remainder of the livestock to be sold, if William or Robert Cook did not want to buy at 25% under market value. Executors: Alexander LORIMER stockholder and Andrew MURDOCH stockholder Craigdarroch Mt Barker District Application 9433

COOK, William of John St, Hindmarsh, one of the town’s principal residents, died c1852. Daughter, Elspeth HORROCKS wife of John Horrocks farmer Reedbeds. Son Charles Sturt Cook farmer Hindmarsh. George SHEARING brickmaker Hindmarsh knew William Cook very well. Application 11204

COOK, Eliza 21 daughter of the late William COOK of Hindmarsh married William BREMNER 22 farmer on 14/4/1853 her mother's home Hindmarsh. Minister: John GARDNER. Witnesses: Joseph and Elspeth Bremner 1905 Application 25061. By 1905, the Bremners were living in the Glen Kenich District of Otago province New Zealand. George MATHEWS packer Hindmarsh was her brother-in-law. John Cook farmer Pinkerton Bank near Quorn was her local attorney Application 25061

No 3

COOK, William farmer Syleham on the Torrens1855 Memorial 127/81

COOK, William teamster Upper Wakefield. Linked with John Cook landowner Upper Wakefield 1854[-1859] Memorial 317/671

COOK, William farmer Auburn Hundred of Stanley land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 148 County Stanley

COOK, William farmer Boundary Farm near Auburn 1859 Application 898

COOK, William farmer Clare Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 70 County Fergusson

COOK, William farmer Weaner Flat trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

No 4 - likely to be the same person

COOK, William gentleman Ladywood near Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 44/90

COOK, William gentleman Tatiara S-E District 1864 Memorial 318/196

COOK, William sheep farmer Tatiara country 1865 Memorial 110/203

No 5

COOK, William harbour master Palmerston Northern Territory 1873 Memorial 131/268

No 6

COOK, William publican Booleroo Centre and Annie Cook his wife 1890[-1909] Memorial 117/406

COOK, William Charles farmer Manoora 1882 Book 13 Page 259 County Dalhousie

COOK, William Detmar late master barque Eden, but now of 5 Union Tce, Peckham, Surrey, England, appointed Charles William STUART and Thomas Hudson BEARE Esquires Adelaide as his attorneys 5/10/1838; appointments revoked and Henry Gordon COOK gentleman 2 Carlton Cottages, Kent Road, Surrey, about to proceed to SA, appointed in their place 10/9/1840. He had bought the land (Section 35 Survey B, Sturt River) from WD Cook in 1838. HG Cook had his sisters Ann and Clara COOK associated with him. They sold the land to the Mitcham District Council 4/7/1855 for £36. Mrs Ann SHEPHARD farmer Windsor Farm was a witness to the sale. HG Cook was a farmer in 1855. HG Cook willed his estate to his sister Clara in 1871 Deposit 110/OA

No 1

COOK, William George saddler Adelaide 1848 Memorial 396/13

COOK, William George saddler Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 341/186 Loyal Yankalilla Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 334/186

COOK, William Joseph farmer Pichi-Richi 1887 Memorial 61/396

COOK, William Weston stonemason Kingscote KI 1922 Memorial 186/486

COOKE, Alfred labourer Yankalilla 1948, declared that he had been born on 24/8/1874 in Birmingham, England, and had emigrated to SA and Yankalilla aged only 6 months Application 28600

No 1

COOKE, Archibald sawyer Magill 1841 Memorial 307/26 Farmer Toward Bank Angas Special Survey 1843 Memorial 271/3 Stockholder Wellington Murray River 1851 Memorial 202/29

COOKE, Archibald and James stockholders Wellington Murray River 1860. They purchased Crown pastoral land at Bonney's Camp near Salt Creek on the Coorong Memorial 222/165

COOKE, Archibald stockholder Wellington Murray River 1852[-1856] Memorial 1/69

COOKE, Archibald Esquire Lacepede Bay linked with James Cooke Esquire formerly of Lacepede Bay 1860 Memorial 225/168

COOKE, Archibald stockholder Kingston trustee School Kingston Kingston (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1864 Grant Book 29 Page 214 County MacDonnell

COOKE, Archibald and James sheep farmers Lacepede Bay 1865 Memorial 263/205

COOKE, Archibald and James sheep farmers Pt Caroline Lacepede Bay 1867[-1868] Memorial 226/219

COOKE, A & J of the corner of Holland St and Cunningham St (sometimes known as James St) Kingston Lacepede Bay sold land next door in Holland St to the Bank of Adelaide in 1874. Difficulties about the boundary line Memorial 141/280

COOKE, Archibald sheepfarmer Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1878 Grant Book 54 Page 145 County Russell

COOKE, Archibald sheep farmer Wellington and Lacepede Bay, died 24/4/1883. He left his entire estate in trust to his brother, James Cooke sheep farmer Kingston S-E, for life, then to his brother's children equally absolutely in remainder expectant Estate worth £5,000 Memorial 13/350

COOKE, Archibald sheep farmer Wellington on the Murray and Lacepede Bay, died 24/4/1883. James Cooke sheep farmer Wellington on the Murray and Lacepede Bay proved the will Memorial 190/372

No 1

COOKE, Bernard labourer Kanmantoo 1952 Application 28853

COOKE, Bernard retired railway employee Kanmantoo 1949, declared that he had been born on 1/4/1890 at Kanmantoo and had lived there all his life Application 28656

COOKE, Bernhard dairy and poultry farmer Kanmantoo 1953. He was a son of Patrick Cooke of Kanmantoo Application 28949

No 1

COOKE, Charles of Kapunda 1853 Memorial 218/52

COOKE, Charles farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 156/84

COOKE, Charles Edward shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1876[-1898] Memorial 166/293

No 1

COOKE, Charles James police officer Alberton 1841 Application 17832

COOKE, Charles James of Alberton 1841 Memorial 483/26

COOKE, Charles James dairyman Alberton 1842 Memorial 104/72

COOKE, Charles James stockholder Section 886 near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 2/66

COOKE, Charles James formerly of Alberton but now stockholder Sturt Valley 1850 Memorial 484/26

COOKE, Charles James stockholder Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 219/75

COOKE, Charles James stockholder Section 7043 Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1852 Memorial 449/43.

COOKE, Charles James farmer Section 7043 Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1854 Memorial 69/64.

COOKE, Courtney draper Adelaide 1866[-1868] Memorial 231/211

No 1

COOKE, Ebenezer accountant Payneham 1866 Application 7856.

COOKE, Ebenezer SA Manager and Attorney of the English & Australian Copper Co Ltd Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15453.

COOKE, Ebenezer SA attorney for the English and Australian Copper Company Ltd formerly known as the Patent Copper Company 1877 Memorial 93/297

COOKE, Ebenezer Esquire MP Pt Adelaide, local manager for the English and Australian Copper Co Ltd 6 Gracechurch St, London, England 1882 Application 19000.

No 1

COOKE, George labourer Gilles Plains 1910[-1932] Memorial 25/463

COOKE, George gardener Gilles Plains 1936. He could not write Application 28010

No 1

COOKE, Harry farmer Tiparra 1887 Memorial 75/384

No 2

COOKE, Harry greengrocer 148 Magill Rd, Norwood 1941 Application 28305

COOKE, Henry Arthur of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 18/402

COOKE, Henry Richard farmer Macclesfield 1852 Memorial 222/116

COOKE, Hurtle Lees Federal taxation employee Adelaide 1922 Memorial 87/485 Civil servant Shipster St, Torrensville 1922 Memorial 184/485

No 1

COOKE, James merchant Adelaide 1848 Memorial 477/10

COOKE, James merchant Adelaide 1855 [Probably of the firm of ACRAMAN, COOKE & Co Adelaide] Memorial 129/87

COOKE, James Esquire Adelaide linked with Archibald Cooke Esquire Murray River 1857 Memorial 88/113

COOKE, James sheep farmer Pt Caroline Lacepede Bay 1867 Application 8316

COOKE, James sheepfarmer Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 54 Page 145 County Russell

COOKE, James sheep farmer East Wellington 1883 Application 19859

COOKE, James and Archibald sheep farmers Wellington 1880 Application 18077.

COOKE, James and COOKE, Archibald sheep farmers Kingston and East Wellington 1883, had been business partners since c1862, trading under the style or firm of J & Cooke Application 25865

No 2

COOKE, James yeoman Kensington 1851[-1854] Memorial 320/34.

COOKE, James yeoman Kensington, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Henry Walter PARKER barrister Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/9/1852 Deposit 142/OA

No 3

COOKE, James gentleman Stepney 1864 Memorial 68/199

COOKE, James of Stepney St, Stepney, died c1866. He left his real estate to his nephew, James MATTHEWS, of Kensington Memorial 126/213

COOKE, James gentleman Stepney, died c1866. He appointed John ROWLANDS of Kensington and his nephew James MATTHEWS, executors of his will. His land in Stepney St, Stepney, to his nephew. The rest of the estate to be sold and the funds divided equally amongst his nieces and nephews. Sarah DAVIES, the reputed daughter of his sister, Mary BATE, to get £50. His niece Ann GRIFFITHS had already got her share of the estate. His grand-nephew, Thomas LEWIS, to count as a nephew. The children of Sarah MATTHEWS, reputed wife of John Bennett LEWIS, to rank as nieces and nephews. He had a brother, John COOKE, in Newmarton, England Enrolment 6/47

No 4

COOKE, James merchant Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 28/51

No 5

COOKE, James of Kingston S-E and Mary Cooke his wife 1890 Memorial 59/403

No 1

COOKE, James Patrick war pensioner Kanmantoo linked with Joseph Quinlin Cooke bacon curer Kanmantoo 1952 Memorial 86/527

COOKE, James Patrick retired Kanmantoo, aged 70 in 1953, declared he had lived in Kanmantoo all his life Application 29019

COOKE, James Patrick soldier pensioner Kanmantoo, died 3/12/1954 Springbank near Adelaide Memorial 24/530

COOKE, John farmer Rapid Bay 1853[-1855] Memorial 448/54

COOKE, John Richard mason Pt Elliot 1892 Memorial 246/414

No 1
COOKE, Joseph stockholder near Mt Torrens 1859 Memorial 196/157

COOKE, Joseph farmer Mt Torrens 1862[-1864] Memorial 47/186

No 1

COOKE, Joseph Quinlan bacon curer Kanmantoo 1956 RPA Search 1745

COOKE, Joseph Quinlan retired Kanmantoo, aged 72 in 1956, declared that he had lived at Kanmantoo all his life Application 29199

COOKE, Nellie (Mrs ) storekeeper 150 Magill Rd, Norwood 1941 Application 28305
No 1

COOKE, Patrick blacksmith Kanmantoo 1882[-1909] Memorial 72/343. He died 30/8/1950 Memorial 237/441 & RPA Search 1745

COOKE, Patrick retired blacksmith Kanmantoo, died 30/8/1950 Memorial 189/525

COOKE, Perry William of Melville Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 145 County Fergusson

No 1

COOKE, Thomas Edward storekeeper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 358/46

COOKE, Thomas Edward storekeeper North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 267/97

COOKE, Thomas Edward storekeeper Steventon 1856 Memorial 340/97

COOKE, TE Secretary to the Highercombe Land, Building and Investment Society 1856 Memorial 98/104

COOKE, TE storekeeper Tea Tree Gully 1856[-1860] Memorial 147/113

COOKE, Thomas Edward gentleman Steventon 1863 Application 4675

COOKE, Thomas Edward storekeeper Stevenson 1864 Application 5093

No 1

COOKE, William carpenter Adelaide 1841 Application 7919

COOKE, William carpenter Adelaide 1845 Memorial 496/21

No 2

COOKE, William tailor Norwood 1854 Memorial 224/64

No 3

COOKE, William Primitive Methodist clergyman Mt Barker 1884[-1885] Application 20405

COOKE, William August born 29/8/1839, baptised 27/1/1840 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide by the Rev'd CB HOWARD Colonial Chaplain. Son of 2828William Robert Smith Cooke merchant Adelaide and Mary his wife. WRS 2828Cooke and Mary nee ? had married 1/1/1836 at the Balize Episcopal 28Church, British Honduras Application 17695

No 1

COOKE, William George farmer Salisbury Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 343 County Gawler

COOKE, William George farmer Dublin Co Gawler. Hundred of Tiparra land grants 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 415 County Daly

COOKE, William George farmer Tickera. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1883[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 388 County Daly

COOKE, William George farmer Tickera 1890 Memorial 152/405

COOKE, William George farmer Antwerp near Dimboola Vic and Mary Ann Pearn Cooke his wife who died 2/6/1891 intestate. James ROW gentleman Eastwood appointed to look after her estate in SA Memorial 200/414

No 1

COOKE, William Robert Smith Esquire Adelaide 1840 Director of the SA Marine and Fire and Life Assurance Co Memorial 345/74

COOKE, William Robert Smith Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Alberton 1845 Memorial 195/5 Of Park Cottage near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 38/14 Merchant Home Park Magill 1851 Memorial 407/37.

COOKE, William Robert Smith Esquire died 30/7/1851. He left his whole estate in trust to his wife, Mary COOKE and James SMITH accountant Adelaide, to pay off his debts, and then sell his estate. The money to be invested for the benefit of his wife and children. William August COOKE, his eldest son and heir at law, under the age of 21 [aged 13 in 1853]. Application 3687

COOKE, Mary widow Brighton 1853 relict of the late William Robert Smith Cooke of Adelaide deceased Memorial 454/51

COOKE, Mary widow Adelaide 1853 Memorial 87/53

COOKE, Mary widow Wattle Grove 1854 Memorial 181/78

COOKE, Mary of Norwood, widow of William Robert Smith Cooke merchant Adelaide 20/9/1854, about to leave the colony. She appointed James WALSH merchant Adelaide, to replace her as a trustee of her husband’s will, power of attorney to the trustees to sell real estate in Norwood, Brompton, Somerton and Kilkenny. Enrolment 97/24

COOKE, Mary widow formerly of Adelaide but at present resident in England [likely to be Bath, Somerset, where she consulted the solicitor Joseph Pery Cooke] 1858 relict of the late William Robert Smith Cooke formerly merchant Adelaide but now deceased Memorial 314/146

COOKE, Mary widow Norwood 1861 Application 2074

COOKSLEY, John blacksmith Farrell Flat 1880 Memorial 51/323

No 1

COOKSON, Samuel Johnson gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 311/113

COOKSON, Samuel Johnson gentleman formerly of Adelaide but then of Parkside near Adelaide, died 7/7/1894 Memorial 234/424

COOKSON, Thomas barman Price Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

COOLE, Benjamin farmer Clare 1861 Memorial 266/179

COOLE, Elizabeth widow Coonatto 1883 Memorial 17/349

COOMB, Daniel farmer Tarcowie 1882 Book 13 Page 258 County Dalhousie

COOMBE, Betsey of the Hundred of Barndioota 1888 Memorial 212/389

No 1

COOMBE, Daniel farmer Section 77 Hundred of Coonooroo near Morchard 1881 Memorial 201/334

COOMBE, Daniel farmer Wilson 1886 Memorial 214/374

COOMBE, Edgar CD tailor Bowden 1913 Application 26216

COOMBE, Edward John Robins rail car driver 29 Hounslow Ave, Cowandilla, aged 52 in 1946, declared that he was born in Brompton, in a cottage built by and formerly belonging to his grandfather, Samuel Coombe (who died 1898), and remained there for 27 years. EJR Coombe's father, William Charles Coombe, died 22/7/1935. WC Coombe and his wife, Alice Coombe, left 5 children - Percival Howard Coombe, Florence May CANDY, Jane Johanna Knight Coombe, Edward John Robins Coombe, and Ethelbert Henry Sergent Coombe. Ethelbert Coombe storeman 19 East St, Brompton, died 17/9/1935.He left £100 to his mother and the rest of his £466 estate to his brother, Edward Coombe Application 28433

No 1

COOMBE, Ephraim farmer Section 285 on the Torrens River 1848 Memorial 446/83

COOMBE, Ephraim farmer The Torrens 1850[-1853] Memorial 235/23

COOMBE, Ephraim farmer The Torrens. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

COOMBE, Ephraim gentleman Section 283 on the Torrens and Susannah Coombe his wife 1853[-1861] Memorial 135/47

COOMBE, Ephraim gentleman Walkerville 1853[-1854] Memorial 72/58

COOMBE, Ephraim farmer Gilberton 1859[-1863] Memorial 232/152

COOMBE, Ephraim gentleman Gilberton, died c1870. He left his whole estate in trust for his wife, Eleanor Emily Coombe, during her widowhood, then several specific bequests: Alice Coombe GODFREY daughter of the late John Bond Godfrey now deceased when she comes of age, his own sons Henry Ephraim Coombe and Thomas Coombe - after which the bulk of the estate to the testator's nephew William Ephraim Coombe HILLIER son of the testator's niece, Adelaide Hillier or if he had died, the estate to his sister, Mary Jane Hillier Memorial 225/252

COOMBE, Ethelbert Edred Sargent doctor Brompton 1894 Application 22752

COOMBE, Hector L law clerk Adelaide 1911 Memorial 201/465

COOMBE, HS JP of Berri 1923 Memorial 12/489

No 1

COOMBE, James labourer Thebarton 1847 Memorial 296/8

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

COOMBE, James builder Norwood 1851[-1855] Memorial 97/37.

COOMBE, James mason Norwood 1854[-1856] Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 143/74

COOMBE, James stonemason Norwood 1856 Memorial 244/112

COOMBE, James builder Norwood declared a bankrupt in 1859 Memorial 105/151

COOMBE, James builder Norwood 1860 Memorial 160/165

COOMBE, James formerly mason Norwood but now clerk Adelaide 1866 Memorial 128/224

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

COOMBE, James builder George St, South Norwood became a bankrupt in 1873 Memorial 168/265

COOMBE, James mason Norwood Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

No 4

COOMBE, James timber merchant Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 126 County Victoria

COOMBE, James timber merchant Jamestown 1879 Memorial 215/316

No 5

COOMBE, James ropemaker Croydon 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

COOMBE, James Bright farmer Sherlock. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 34 County Buccleuch

COOMBE, James Knight brass finisher Adelaide (Gilles St) 1886 Memorial 103/373

COOMBE, John and Thomas farmers Gawler Plains 1852[-1860] Memorial 88/43.

No 1

COOMBE, John Lean accountant Norwood 1868[-1870] Memorial 175/230

COOMBE, John Lean and Thomas timber merchants Pt Pirie 1880 Memorial 156/324

COOMBE, John Lean and Thomas timber merchants Pt Pirie. Perhaps a family link with Charles A LEAN clerk Pt Pirie 1880 Memorial 232/326

COOMBE, John Lean timber merchant Pt Pirie linked with Thomas Coombe timber merchant formerly of Pt Pirie but now of Pt Augusta formerly in partnership as timber merchants at Pt Pirie 1882 Memorial 209/338

COOMBE, John Lean accountant Black Forest and Christiana Susannah Coombe his wife 1917 Application 26573

COOMBE, Joseph and William farmers Hundred of Wilson 1891 Memorial 173/411

No 1

COOMBE, Richard of Bowden 1851 Memorial 241/32

COOMBE, Richard labourer Bowden 1852[-1853] Memorial 494/45

COOMBE, Richard yeoman Bowden 1853[-1881] Unley land purchase Memorial 390/47

COOMBE, Richard farmer Bowden 1855 Memorial 54/89

COOMBE, Richard gentleman Bowden 1860. He could not write Application 1970

COOMBE, Richard miner Bowden 1870 Memorial 213/275

COOMBE, Richard miner Bowden, died 19/11/1884. He left estate to his son, James Knight Coombe no description, and his daughter, Mary Jane WINTER no description 1884 Memorial 224/362

COOMBE, Richard miner Bowden, died 19/11/1881. Father of James Knight Coombe brassfounder Adelaide (Gilles St) and Mary Jane WINTER wife of Augustus William Winter clerk Bowden Memorial 132/364

COOMBE, Richard miner Bowden, died 19/11/1884. All estate to his son, James Knight COOMBE and his daughter Mary Jane WINTER, in equal shares. Estate worth £50 Deposit 23/1885

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COOMBE, Samuel miner Kanmantoo 1850[-1854] Memorial 408/27

COOMBE, Samuel miner Adelaide 1854 Memorial 450/63

COOMBE, Samuel miner Adelaide. Will 4/10/1861. His land at Stepney to his daughter, Caroline Coombe, absolutely. ‘And I bequeath to her the said Caroline Coombe the sum of £20 to be paid to her on attaining the age of 21 years or being married, and also a cedar wood box and an eightday clock now in the house occupied by William JACKA blacksmith Adelaide, in which I now reside’. All the rest of the estate to William Jacka absolutely. William Jacka to be the sole executor Deposit 97/1866

No 2

COOMBE, Samuel labourer Brompton 1852 Memorial 495/45

COOMBE, Samuel yeoman Brompton 1853[-1857] Memorial 249/56

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker Bowden 1853[-1878] Memorial 280/59

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker Brompton 1863[-1893] Memorial 186/190

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker Brompton 1863 Application 4720

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker Hindmarsh 1867 Memorial 86/218

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Bowden 1867 Application 8141

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker formerly of Bowden but now of Brompton 1868 Application 9533

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker Brompton 1870 Memorial 23/246

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker Bowden 1873 Application 12497

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker Bowden 1876 Application 15447

COOMBE, S brickmaker Brompton 1888 Application 21417

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker Brompton 1893. He said that he had lived in the district since before c1853 Application 22540

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker Brompton 1893 Application 22520

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker Brompton, died 3/1/1899. His eldest son, Edward John Coombe, took over management of his father's business, S Coombe, and employed his brother, William Charles Coombe brickmaker East St, Brompton, on weekly wages. For a period, WC Coombe had deserted his wife and family and absented himself from his work; his family only took him back after he signed over all his share in his father's will to his wife, Alice Coombe. The Coombe family also inherited 9 residential rental properties situated in a row between Port Road and Grange Road Memorial 53/442

COOMBE, Samuel brickmaker Brompton, died not stated. His son, Ethelbert Henry Sargent Coombe, died 17/9/1935. Another son, William Charles Coombe, died 22/7/1935. The surviving family as of 1936 included - Percival Howard Coombe carpenter Croydon, Florence Mary CANDY married woman Bowden, Jane Johanna Knight Coombe spinster Brompton, and Edward John Robins Coombe railcar driver Cowandilla Memorial 181/509

No 1

COOMBE, Thomas farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 34/69

COOMBE, Thomas farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1858[-1868] Memorial 12/134

COOMBE, Thomas farmer formerly of Gawler Plains but now of Kapunda 1860 Memorial 211/171

COOMBE, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1862[-1868] Memorial 162/183

COOMBE, Thomas farmer Bagots Flagstaff near Kapunda 1872 Memorial 186/259

No 2 – likely to be the same person

COOMBE, Thomas storekeeper Saddleworth 1871 Memorial 129/253

COOMBE, Thomas storekeeper Saddleworth Co Light. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 442 County Victoria

COOMBE, Thomas storekeeper Gladstone Co Victoria. Appila township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 481 County Frome

No 3

COOMBE, Thomas timber merchant Pt Pirie 1882 Memorial 174/340

COOMBE, Thomas timber merchant formerly of Pt Augusta but now of Adelaide 1884 Memorial 37/356

COOMBE, Thomas merchant Adelaide 1884 Memorial 244/362

COOMBE, Thomas timber merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 137 County Not named

No 1 – Thomas Henry Coombe

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

COOMBE, Thomas Henry of Condowie Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 38 County Stanley

COOMBE, Thomas Henry farmer Condowie 1889 Memorial 220/396

No 1

COOMBE, Thomas Loaring miller Pt Adelaide 1862[-1864] Memorial 180/182

COOMBE, Thomas Loaring miller Pt Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1865 Memorial 36/207

COOMBE, Thomas Loaring commission agent Adelaide 1866 Memorial 117/208

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COOMBE, William farmer Gawler Plains 1852[-1854] Memorial 62/43.

COOMBE, William farmer Hundred of Barndioota 1890 Memorial 229/405

No 2

COOMBE, William labourer Callington 1870 Application 10990

COOMBE, WHL clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide (67 King William St) 1867 Memorials 94/227 & 95/227

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COOMBES, Daniel farmer Morchard 1880 Memorial 168/322

COOMBES, Daniel farmer near Wilson 1889 Memorial 200/400

COOMBES, Sarah widow Marryatville1907 Application 25371

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COOMBES, Thomas yeoman Kooringa 1849 Application 18071

COOMBES, Thomas labourer Kapunda 1854[-1862] Memorial 141/69

COOMBES, William farmer Light River near Kapunda 1858[-1866] Memorial 261/139

COOMBS, Ephraim labourer Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1867 Memorial 54/218

COOMBS, James carrier Adelaide (King William St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 305/51

COOMBS, James William born 11/12/1854 Thebarton, son of John Coombs 3434storekeeper Thebarton and Sarah Ann nee MIDDLETON. JW Coombs publican 3434Ral Ral 1880 Grandson of the late James Nash farmer Cowandilla 34Application 17949

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COOMBS, John plaisterer Thebarton 1846 Memorial 187/6

COOMBS, John farmer Section 7599 Hundred of Belvidere Co Light 1855 Memorial 273/83

COOMBS, John George born 13/11/1852 Thebarton, son of John Coombs 3434coachman Thebarton and Sarah Ann nee MIDDLETON. JG Coombs boundary 3434rider Round Flat Murray River 1880. Grandson of the late James Nash 34farmer Cowandilla Application 17949

COOMBS, Joseph Butterworth agent 36 Collins St West, Melbourne Vic, partnership with Robert Atkins LIDWILL dissolved 5/8/1873. Henry Edward MICHEL gentleman now of Melbourne, Vic, but about to proceed to Adelaide SA, power of attorney to manage his property in SA from the firm of Coombs & Lidwill 30/9/1873 Deposit 275/1873

COOMBS, Nicholas of Hoyleton 1888 Memorial 183/390

No 1

COOMBS, Robert labourer Boolcoomata purchased land grants in the Hundred of Yongala 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 202 County Dalhousie

COOMBS, Robert farmer Yongala had died by 1894. Executrix - Mary Elizabeth Coombs Grant Book 13 Page 204 County Dalhousie

COOMBS, Robert John woolbroker Adelaide trading under the style or firm of RJ Coombs & Co 1895 Memorial 152/425

No 1

COOMBS, William farmer Allen Creek 1853. Enrolment 54/43

COOMBS, William farmer Allen Creek 1857 Memorial 31/127

COOMBS, William farmer Allen Creek and Sarah Coombs his wife 1866[-1874] Memorial 56/215

COOMBS, William farmer formerly of Kapunda 1855 but now of Horsham Vic 1874 . He could not write Application 13630

COOMBS, William farmer formerly of Allen Creek but then of Jung Jung Wimmera Vic, died 25/11/1879, of one year stomach cancer, aged 54. He was the son of James Coombs farmer and Eliza Coombs (maiden name unknown), of Alternum, Cornwall, England. 16 years in SA. 6 years in Vic. married Adelaide SA, at the age of 25, Sarah nee SAVAGE. Children - Elizabeth 27, Joshua 19, Esther 17, Eliza 12, Sarah 8, Mary 6, Amelia 3 Application 23555

COOMBS, Sarah widow Warracknabeal Vic relict of the late William Coombs formerly farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda now deceased 1898 Memorial 234/433

No 1
COOMBS, WE accountant Adelaide 1908 Memorial 102/459

COOMBS, WE accountant Adelaide linked with William Green Coombs agent Adelaide 1911 Memorial 67/510

No 1

COOMBS, William Green saddler Adelaide 1854[-1874] Memorial 63/63, Application 13351

COOMBS, William Green saddler Adelaide (West Tce) 1879 Application 29330

No 2

COOMBS, William Green of Hindley St, Adelaide 1879 Memorial 87/326

COOMBS, William Green land broker and agent Adelaide 1885[-1888] Memorial 200/370

COOMBS, WG licensed land broker Adelaide 1887[-1892] Memorial 62/384

COOMBS, William Green licensed land broker Adelaide (Currie St) 1888 Memorial 104/392

COOMBS, William Green insurance manager Unley 1909 Memorial 88/461

COOMBS, William Henry Anglican clergyman Gawler, died 23/9/1896, of cardiac failure and bronchitis, aged 79 Application 25722

No 1

COOMBS, William Robert gentleman Queenstown 1862 Application 3063

COOMBS, William Robert agent Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13423

No 1

COOME, Benjamin farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 84/116

COOME, Benjamin farmer Noarlunga 1874 Memorial 145/273

No 1
COON, Alfred of the Hundred of Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1872 Grant Book 8 Page 92 County Burra

COON, Alfred farmer Cartarpo Creek 1881 Memorial 193/330

COON, Alfred farmer Gumbowie 1885 Memorial 208/371

FIND – CATARPO OR CARTARPO both in births and deaths

COON, Ellen selector of land upon credit Gumbowie 1885 Memorial 143/369

COON, John farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 195 County Dalhousie

COON, John Stewart grazier formerly of Peterborough but now of Gawler and Jean Evelyn Coon his wife 1949 Memorial 122/524

COON, Philip formerly farmer Blanchetown but now gardener West Marden and Lillian Lily Coon his wife 1899[-1914] Memorial 28/438

COON, Robert Stewart farmer Terowie Co Kimberley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 214 County Dalhousie

No 1

COON, Thomas labourer Adelaide (Wright St) 1841 Application 22415

COON, Thomas farmer Fifth Creek and Rachel Coon his wife 1848 Memorial 138/13

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1; mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COON, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 394/70

COON, Thomas farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 23 County Adelaide

COON, Thomas farmer Fifth Creek 1854[-1885] Memorial 355/77

COON, Thomas farmer Fifth Creek. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 28 County Adelaide

COON, Thomas farmer Fifth Creek Payneham. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1862 Grant Book 1 Page 281 County Adelaide

COON, Thomas the Younger farmer Fifth Creek Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 194 County Dalhousie

COON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Forster. Hundred of Forster land grant 1888 Grant Book 3 Page 28 County Albert

COON, Thomas James farmer Hundred of Forster. Hundred of Forster land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 31 County Albert

COON, William Francis labourer Fulham 1937 Memorial 40/511

COONAN, John blacksmith Hindmarsh 1855[-1858] Memorial 72/90

No 1

COONAN, Michael shepherd Mulgundawa 1876 Memorial 3/295

No 2

COONAN, Michael labourer a minor Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1920, born 5/4/1902 Belvidere Memorial 145/481

No 3

COONAN, Michael blacksmith Marden 1914 Application 26305

COONEY, Edward of Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 176/39

No 1

COONEY, James labourer Maria St, Thebarton 1927 Application 27548

COONEY, Rachel widow Maria St, Thebarton 1939, declared that she had been born on 29/10/1867 and had lived all her life in the village Application 28195

COONEY, Joseph Dove compositor Norwood 1901 Memorial 169/444

COOPE, Harriet widow East Auburn 1865 Memorial 90/204

No 1

COOPE, Samuel stonemason East Auburn 1855 Memorial 122/91

COOPE, Samuel stonemason East Auburn and Harriett Coope his wife 1859 Memorial 90/236

COOPE, Samuel stone mason East Auburn, died 1859. He left his estate to his widow, Harriett Coope. She remarried to a Mr JOYCE, but was widowed again by 1883 Application 19863

COOPER, Arthur James farmer Gladstone 1909[-1928] Memorial 172/461

No 1

COOPER, Ashley Edward printer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 291/9

COOPER, Ashley Edward, George Lindsay and Charles Jacomb farmers Nailsworth 1855[-1856] Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 159/92

COOPER, Ashley Edward, George Linsday and Charles Jacomb farmers Pt Gawler 1863 Memorial 322/188

COOPER, Ashley Edward farmer Pt Gawler, Charles Jacomb Cooper farmer Pt Gawler, and George Lindsay Cooper printer Nailsworth 1866 Memorial 38/212

COOPER, Ashey farmer Lower Light 1887 Application 21141

COOPER, Ashley Edward, George Lindsay and Charles Jacomb farmers Pt Gawler 1868 Memorial 90/230

COOPER, Ashley Edward and Charles Jacomb Cooper both farmers Two Wells 1892 Memorial 113/413

COOPER, Ashley Edwin, Charles Jacomb Cooper and Percy Charles Cooper farmers Two Wells 1905[-1909] Memorial 197/452

COOPER, Ashley Edward farmer Two Wells, died 1911. By 1912, his widow Harriet Cooper was at Queenstown. He had sons, Charles Jacomb Cooper and Percy Charles Cooper farmers Lower Light Application 26054

COOPER, Catherine widow Mannum linked with Madge Catherine Cooper spinster Mannum 1948 Memorial 160/522

No 1

COOPER, Charles Knight formerly of Adelaide but now of 4 Queen Square, Bath, Somerset, England 1867 Memorial 55/222

COOPER, Sir Charles formerly of Adelaide but now of Bath in England. His local attorneys were William BARTLEY and Arthur Bevan Cooper gentlemen late of Adelaide 1868 Application 9343

COOPER, Charles Knight Upton Park, Slough, Bucks, England. His father-in-law, Charles Burton NEWENHAM, formerly Sheriff of SA, lived with him and his family 1869 Memorial 90/243

COOPER, Charles Knight Alberton House, Cheltenham, England and Emily G Cooper his wife 1869. Likely that they were on holiday in SA at that time Memorial 243/244

COOPER, Charles Knt 40 Pulteney St, Bath, Somerset, England 1877 Memorial 166/303

COOPER, Sir Charles formerly Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of SA, but late of 40 (later 12) Pulteney St, Bath, Somerset, died 24/5/1887. SA property in trust for his sister, Sarah Ann BARTLEY for life, then to his nieces Caroline Louisa COOPER and Frances Alice COOPER spinsters 8 Ashley Place, Westminster, Middlesex, and Mary Ursula COOPER spinster Woodleigh Addlestone Surrey, England in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. John COOPER solicitor Henley on Thames Oxon, and Samuel Herbert COOPER solicitor Newcastle under Lyme, Staffs, to be the trustees. Some money invested in India. Justice Cooper’s wife to be the executrix of the will. Sarah Ann BARTLEY died 31/5/1895. The Cooper nieces appointed Alfred SPENCE agent Alfred Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide, as their attorney to wind up the estate 14/1/1896. He had managed the estate while Mrs Bartley was still alive Deposit 31/1896

COOPER, Caroline Louisa and Frances Alice Cooper spinsters 8 Ashley Place, Westminster, London, England and Mary Ursula Cooper spinster Woodleigh Addlestone, Surrey, England, nieces of the late Sir Charles Cooper 1896 Memorial 59/427

COOPER, John solicitor Henley on Thames, Berks, England and Samuel Herbert Cooper solicitor Newcastle under Lyme, England sons of the late Sir Charles Cooper formerly of SA 1889 Memorial 181/396

No 2

COOPER, Charles farmer Hundred of Ramsay Co Fergusson 1884 Memorial 4/358

No 3

COOPER, Charles and Stanley Pamphilias Cooper farmers Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 427 County Daly

No 1

COOPER, Charles D'Oyley solicitor Adelaide 1861[-1864] Memorial 113/180

COOPER, Charles D'Oyley solicitor Adelaide married Augusta Harridge WOODCOCK on 25/4/1865 Memorial 139/213

No 1

COOPER, Charles Horace Esquire Kensington 1849 Memorial 52/17

COOPER, Charles Horace Esquire Kensington 1853 Memorial 470/55 Gentleman formerly of Kensington but now residing out of the province 1854[-1856] Memorial 187/62

COOPER, Charles Horace labourer formerly of Kensington but now resident out of the province 1853 Memorial 268/59

No 2 - likely to be the same person as No 1; conflict of dates and differences in rank.

COOPER, Charles Horace gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 474/19 By late 1850, he had apparently left SA - RB COLLEY accountant Adelaide was his local attorney Memorial 333/25

COOPER, Charles Horace gentleman Kensington, about to depart the province for some considerable time, power of attorney to Richard Bowen COLLEY accountant Adelaide, to manage his mining shares in the Mary Consols Mining Company, and other business matters 6/8/1850 Enrolment 14/9

COOPER, Charles Horace gentleman late of Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England 1852 Memorial 113/42.

COOPER, Charles Horace gentleman late of Kensington but now resident out of the said province 1852 Memorial 466/43

COOPER, Mrs widow Thornton St, Kensington 1869 Application 9667

COOPER, Charles Jacomb and Percy Charles Cooper farmers Lower Light 1911 Memorial 201/465

No 1

COOPER, David storekeeper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 139/70

COOPER, David teacher Norwood 1866 Memorial 3/435

COOPER, David teacher Norwood 1866 Application 23585

COOPER, Edward baker North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 264/33

COOPER, Elizabeth widow near Auburn 1887 Application 21249

COOPER, Eric Claude Tilbrook grazier Kingston S-E 1929 Memorial 191/500

COOPER, Ernest George grazier Forreston 1955 Application 29134

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COOPER, George butcher Adelaide 1847 Memorial 69/9

COOPER, George yeoman Adelaide (Russell St) 1848 Memorial 479/11

COOPER, George yeoman Newenham on the Torrens 1855[-1857] Memorial 292/82

No 2

COOPER, George formerly yeoman Adelaide 1848 but now labourer Hindmarsh 1874 Application 13460

COOPER, George carrier Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 87/85

COOPER, George yeoman Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 98/233

COOPER, George labourer Hindmarsh 1871[-1872] Memorial 117/257

COOPER, George carrier Port Road, Hindmarsh died c1881 intestate. He had lived in Hindmarsh since at least 1852, and was the husband of Mary Cooper. He also had rental property in Gilbert St, Adelaide, which he had rented out to Joseph HICKS bootmaker Adelaide since 1852. G Cooper had kept his horses and drays on Lot 103, corner of Jane and John St, Hindmarsh Application 18991

COOPER, Mary widow of the late George Cooper labourer Hindmarsh 1897. She said that she had lived in Hindmarsh since c1862 Application 23377

No 3

COOPER, George labourer Norwood 1859 Memorial 76/155

No 4

COOPER, George labourer Paradise 1859 Memorial 323/156

No 5

COOPER, George of Angle Grove 1885 Memorial 51/365

No 6

COOPER, George farmer Magpie Creek Co Daly. Trustee Bible Christian Mission House Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 221 County Victoria

COOPER, George farmer Tickera linked with Robert Cooper farmer not described 1886 Memorial 40/381

COOPER, George farmer Tickera 1887 Memorial 179/387

COOPER, George and Robert farmers Tickera 1888 Memorial 223/393

COOPER, George and Robert farmers Pt Broughton trustees a Chapel prob at Pt Broughton 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

No 7

COOPER, George ship’s steward Alberton 1886 Application 20996.

COOPER, Mary wife of George Cooper mariner Alberton 1875 Application 1428

No 8

COOPER, George farmer Penong trustee Institute Penong Penong (Hundred of Burgoyne) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 41 Page 13 County Kintore

COOPER, George Charles the Younger and William Cooper currant growers McLaren Flat. McLaren Flat Methodist Church trustee 1917 Memorial 116/475

No 1

COOPER, George Lindsay printer Nailsworth a brother to COOPER, Ashley Edward and COOPER, Charles Jacomb farmers Pt Gawler 1863 Application 4232

COOPER, George Lindsay printer North Road Prospect 1885 Memorial 157/365

No 1

COOPER, George Oxenbould gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 42/40

COOPER, George Oxenbould licensed victualler Adelaide became an insolvent in 1871 Memorial 121/261

COOPER, George S bank clerk Kingston Lacepede Bay 1872 Memorial 161/265

No 1

COOPER, George Windham auctioneer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 303 County Not named

COOPER, George Windham auctioneer Adelaide 1905 Memorial 195/452

COOPER, Gwendoline Alberta Ruth married woman formerly of Mt Torrens but now of 69 Torrens Road, Brompton 1938 Memorial 186/511

COOPER, Henry shoemaker Mitcham 1853 Memorial 6/56

COOPER, Herbert Alfred Charles labourer formerly of Robe but now of Mt Gambier 1945 Memorial 68/519

No 1

COOPER, James and John farmers Western Flat near Echunga 1858 Memorial 80/182

No 2

COOPER, James farmer Moonta linked with Charles Cooper and Stanley Pamphilius Cooper farmers Moonta Mines 1902 Memorial 134/447

COOPER, James Harry labourer Auburn 1885 Application 20564

No 1

COOPER, James Jonadab farmer Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 55 Page 184 County Stanley

COOPER, James Jonadab farmer Saddleworth Co Light Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1884 Grant Book 55 Page 192 County Stanley

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COOPER, John farmer Mt Barker 1860 Memorial 191/173

COOPER, John butcher Echunga 1893 Application 23566

No 2

COOPER, John carrier of near Mt Benson 1865 Application 5920

No 3

COOPER, John farmer near Riverton 1868 Memorial 62/236

COOPER, John farmer Riverton linked with Judith Cooper widow Tea Tree Gully 1868 Memorial 116/251

COOPER, John farmer Riverton 1872[-1882] Memorial 152/258

No 4

COOPER, John farm labourer Pt Lincoln and Jane Cooper his wife 1901[-1906] Memorial 187/444

COOPER, John farmer Whites Flat near Pt Lincoln and Jane Cooper his wife 1905 Memorial 76/454

COOPER, John mason Pt Lincoln, and Jane Cooper his wife 1905 Memorial 86/453

No 5

COOPER, John farmer Hundred of Hall 1882 Memorial 226/338

No 6 - perhaps the same person

COOPER, John farmer Black Springs Co Burra. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 51 County Dalhousie

COOPER, John farmer Hornsdale 1889 Memorial 200/396

COOPER, John farmer Hornsdale Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1897 Grant Book 13 Page 56 County Dalhousie

No 7

COOPER, John of Blackford near Kingston S-E and Margaret Cooper his wife 1935 Memorial 2/509

No 1

COOPER, Joseph labourer Redruth 1851 Memorial 212/37.

No 2

COOPER, Joseph farmer North Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 446/65

COOPER, Joseph farmer formerly of North Adelaide but now of Sheaoak Log 1858 Memorial 52/143

No 3

COOPER, Joseph carrier Mylor. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1931 Grant Book 2 Page 108 County Adelaide

COOPER, Levi labourer Lordston 1857 Memorial 314/126

COOPER, Margaret married woman Kingston S-E 1911[-1938] Memorial 84/464, Application 28182

COOPER, Mary widow Noarlunga 1857 Memorial 336/130

COOPER, Mary Ann widow Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 21/120

No 1

COOPER, O clerk to FF TURNER solicitor Gawler 1873 Memorial 183/270

COOPER, OC clerk to FF TURNER solicitor Gawler 1874[-1875] Memorial 61/277

COOPER, R butcher John St, Hindmarsh 1917 Application 26603

COOPER, Richard labourer Hindmarsh 1868[-1872] Memorial 71/229, Application 11218

No 1 – perhaps the same person

COOPER, Robert farmer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 336 County Gawler

COOPER, Robert linked with Sections 188 and 189 Hundred of Tickera Co Daly 1886 Memorial 49/374

No 2

COOPER, Robert of Adelaide a liquidator of the Bird in Hand Gold Mining Co Ltd 1890 Memorial 155/417

No 1

COOPER, Samuel farmer Larratinga near Echunga 1857 Memorial 150/117

No 2

COOPER, Samuel farmer Whites River 1911 Application 25908

No 1

COOPER, Stephen labourer Kensington 1860[-1874] Memorial 100/162

COOPER, Stephen labourer Kensington, died 1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Emma Cooper, to settle his estate Memorial 154/286

No 1

COOPER, Thomas tailor Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 87/50

No 2

COOPER, Thomas carpenter Pt Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 399/89

No 3

COOPER, Thomas builder Norwood 1856 Memorial 75/96

COOPER, Thomas dairyman Norwood 1861 Memorial 19/178

COOPER, Thomas brewer Norwood 1864 Memorial 174/200

No 4

COOPER, Thomas farmer Auburn 1858 linked with William Cooper farmer Upper Dry Creek Memorial 155/136

COOPER, Elizabeth widow near Auburn, relict of the late Thomas Cooper now deceased 1867 Memorial 232/218

COOPER, Elizabeth widow near Auburn 1870[-1879] Memorial 102/248

No 5

COOPER, Thomas farmer Hundred of Hall 1881[-1885] Memorial 54/332

No 1

COOPER, Thomas James gentleman formerly of Welshpool, Co Montgomery, North Wales but late of Cambrian Cottage near Noarlunga, died c1853. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Ann Cooper formerly RAYLIN. William Raylin of Adelaide was an executor Memorial 371/94

COOPER, Thomas James formerly of Welshpool, Co Montgomery, North Wales then of Cambrian Cottage, near Noarlunga, died c1853. His whole estate to his wife, Mary Ann nee REYLIN. Executors Alexander BIRRELL of Noarlunga and William REYLIN of Adelaide 20/4/1853. Application 1428

No 1

COOPER, Wheeler gardener Mitcham 1854 Memorial 133/62

COOPER, Wheeler formerly gardener Mitcham 1854 but now miner residing in Victoria 1866. Linked with Sarah Alice Cooper spinster Kensington Application 7635

COOPER, Wheeler formerly gardener Mitcham 1854 but now of parts beyond the sea 1875 Application 14320

COOPER, Wheeler miner formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sandhurst Vic, power off attorney to his wife, Susan Cooper, to sell lots 126, 127 in Hastings St, Glenelg Deposit 161/1875

No 1

COOPER, William of Larratinga near Echunga 1851 Memorial 193/38.

COOPER, William farmer Bassetcombe Farm near Echunga 1857 Memorial 147/117

COOPER, William farmer Larratinga Creek near Echunga 1863 Application 4421

No 2

COOPER, William farmer Upper Dry Creek 1853[-1856] Memorial 445/52

COOPER, William farmer near Modbury 1865 Application 6142

COOPER, William farmer Dry Creek 1854, died c1866. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Judith Cooper, during her widowhood, and then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 168/209

COOPER, William farmer Dry Creek, died c1871. His personal estate to his wife, Judith Cooper. His money in trust for his wife during her lifetime, then to his two youngest sons, Robert and Jonadab Cooper in equal shares. The real estate to go into trust for the widow for life, then to be shared equallly amongst the children Application 11436

COOPER, Judith widow Modbury 1871, relict of the late William Cooper farmer Upper Dry Creek 1856 Application 11431

No 3

COOPER, William farmer near Harrogate 1866[-1868] Memorial 171/211

No 4

COOPER, William of Clare 1879 Memorial 92/318

No 5 - perhaps the same family

COOPER, William farmer Pt Lincoln 1886 Application 20947

COOPER, William the Younger farmer Poonindie 1903 Memorial 214/448

No 6

COOPER, William bootmaker Adelaide (Gilles St) and Louisa Cooper his wife. Links with the William PEARN family of McLaren Vale 1889 Memorial 58/400

COOPER, WIlliam shoemaker Parkside 1898 Memorial 50/434

COOPER, William bootmaker formerly of Gilbert St, Adelaide late of McLaren Flat 1899 now of McLaren Vale 1903. His wife, Louisa Cooper, died 2/2/1899 McLaren Flat Application 24665

COOPER, William currant grower McLaren Flat Methodist Church trustee 1915 Application 26429

COOPER, William currant grower McLaren Flat 1915[-1939] Memorial 53/472

No 7

COOPER, William Clarence currant grower McLaren Vale 1946 Memorial 153/519

COOPER, William John labourer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1900 Grant Book 60 Page 395 County Victoria

No 1

COOPER, William Tomsey agent Adelaide 1870 Application 10603

COOPER, William Tomsey civil servant Adelaide 1875 Memorial 106/283

COOPER, William Tomsey valuator Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 211/294, Application 16056

COOPER, William Tomsey Water Works assessor Adelaide 1878 Application 16559

COOPER, WT waterworks officer Adelaide 1880 Application 18056

COOPER, WT near Glenelg and CAMPBELL, Charles Adelaide, linked with the New Thebarton Chemical Works Section 935 Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1903 Application 24559

COOTE, Albert Charles dairy farmer Pt Elliot and Olive Maylina Coote his wife 1940 Memorial 135/514

COOTE, Ernest Horace farmer Middleton 1931 Memorial 172/504

No 1

COOTE, George mason Pt Elliot 1877 Application 16041

COOTE, George mason Pt Elliot and Elizabeth Coote his wife 1898 Memorial 67/435

No 1

COOTE, Harry labourer Inman Valley 1871 Memorial 2/252

No 2

COOTE, Harry farmer Tiparra 1889 Memorial 90/397

COOTE, Harry farmer Tiparra had died by 1905. He left estate to Harry John Coote farmer Tiparra Grant Book 14 Page 428 County Daly

No 1

COOTE, James Robert farmer Knightsbridge House near Tusmore leased his land at £60 a year 1888 Memorial 245/393

COOTE, James Robert farmer Knightsbridge 1893 Memorial 4/419

COOTE, James Robert farmer Knightsbridge Farm (pt Section 298 30 acres) near Adelaide 1897 Memorial 173/430

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

COOTE, John mason Extended township of Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 248/109

COOTE, John builder Pt Elliot 1857 Memorial 264/123

COOTE, John mason Goolwa 1859 Application 982

COOTE, John mason Pt Elliot 1860 Memorial 154/167

COOTE, John labourer Inman Valley 1867 Application 8558

No 1

COOTE, John Richard farmer Middleton 1912 Memorial 217/466

COOTE, John Richard mason Pt Elliot 1919 Memorial 60/478

COOTE, John Richard farmer The Brook near Middleton, died 2/8/1926 Victor Harbor. Father of Ernest Horace Coote and two unnamed spinster daughters 'who shall have the right to have the use and occupancy of two rooms of my homestead during their respective spinsterhoods … and in case one of them shall marry, … the aforesaid right shall accrue to the other during her spinsterhood and if any difficulty shall arise as to which rooms they or she shall have … the same shall be referred to my trustees whose decision shall be final' Memorial 36/496

COOTE, Richard Ward out of business Pt Elliot 1954, declared that he was 18 when he came to Pt Elliot. He had worked for James Dodd, a relative of the late Walter Dodd Application 29081

COOTE, William storekeeper Kooringa 1852 Memorial 286/40

No 1

COOTE, William John draper Adelaide 1874 Memorial 232/275

COOTE, William John draper Adelaide 1876 Application 15305

COOTE, William John gentleman Burnside 1889[-1901] Memorial 164/400, Application 24274

No 1

COOTER, Ebenezer butcher Thebarton 1891 Memorial 209/410

COOTER, Ebenezer butcher Thebarton 1896 Application 23131

COOTER, Louisa widow Thebarton 1907 Memorial 178/457

COOTER, Louisa widow Light Tce, Thebarton 1918, declared that she had lived in Thebarton since 1891 Application 26639

COOTER, Robert butcher Hindmarsh 1917 Application 26606

No 1

COPAS, Henry nursery man Felixstow 1872 Memorial 30/258

COPAS, Henry and STOCKER, James gardeners Felixtow, trading as Copas & 4444Stocker, insolvent 21/1/1873. Trade assignee George DODGSON of Dodgson 44& Son Application 13618

COPAS, Henry market gardener Laura 1879 Memorial 52/374

COPAS, Henry market gardener formerly of Laura but now of Wirrabara 1882 Memorial 222/339

No 1

COPAS, Henry Walter gardener Wirrabara 1890 Memorial 182/401

COPAS, Henry Walter nurseryman Wirrabara Hundred of Appila land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 513 County Frome

COPE, Allen farmer Farrell Flat Hundred of Terowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 17 County Kimberley

COPE, Henry farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 209/76

No 1

COPE, James yeoman Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 17/34.

COPE, James yeoman Woodville 1851 Memorial 240/36.

COPE, James formerly yeoman Pt Adelaide now gold digger Bendigo goldfields Vic 1854 Memorial 422/67

No 1

COPE, James gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of 45 Howland St, Fitzroy Square, Middlesex, England. Henry Gilbert solicitor Adelaide looked after his SA business interests 1857 Memorial 85/113

COPE, James gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of 45 Howland St, Fitzroy Square, Middlesex, power of attorney 20/6/1856 to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide, to manage allotments in Section 405, Survey B, which Cope bought 12/7/1851 from Ephraim TEAKLE Deposit 30/1857.

COPE, John Staines Esquire Adelaide 1849[-1852] [Is this really Joseph Staines?] Memorial 455/43

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COPE, Joseph Staines Esquire North Adelaide linked with JS Cope the Younger gentleman North Adelaide 1853[-1861] Memorial 143/190

COPE, Joseph Staines the Younger gentleman North Adelaide 1854[-1855] Goolwa land purchase Memorial 128/67

COPE, Joseph Staines the Younger gentleman North Adelaide 1855 Application 3330

COPE, Maria Louisa spinster Adelaide 1849. Memorial 252/18 Spinster North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 360/44

COPE, Maxmillion Edward accountant Adelaide (Currie St) 1946 Memorial 63/528

COPE, RG proclaimed bank manager Kingston S-E 1947 Memorial 200/521

COPE, Samuel tailor Gilberton 1856[-1857] Memorial 18/109

COPE, Sydney out of business Mt Barker stated 1935, that he had lived in Mt Barker all his life. He gave a useful description of the development of Mann St Mt Barker, and the adjoining recreational areas Application 27959

No 1

COPE, Thomas farmer Munno Para 1853 Memorial 150/51

COPE, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 270/202

COPELAND, Alfred grazier Brownhill Creek linked with Kate Copeland of Brownhill Creek and Mary Jane Copeland widow Mitcham 1892 Memorial 97/412

No 1

COPELAND, Arthur farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 150 County Victoria

COPELAND, Arthur farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 252 County Victoria

No 1

COPELAND, James carter Brownhill Creek near Mitcham 1883 Memorial 75/347

COPELAND, James grazier Brownhill Creek, died c1891. Husband of Mary Jane Copeland. Executor; Alfred Copeland grazier Brownhill Creek Memorial 97/465

COPELAND, James contractor Belair 1880 Application 18011

COPELAND, James grazier Brownhill Creek, died 24/8/1891. His estate in trust to his wife, Mary Jane Copeland, for life or during her widowhood, then to be sold once the youngest child had turned 21, and the proceeds distributed equally amongst the children of James Copeland. Estate worth £55. James Copeland had a brother called Alfred Copeland Application 26361

COPELAND, Mrs James widow Section 1098 Brownhill Creek Mitcham, rented from Andrew TENNANT gentleman Glenelg 1893 Application 22584

COPELAND, Mary Jane widow Mitcham 1917 Application 26483

COPELAND, Robert Markham of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 132/396

No 1

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

COPINGER, MC solicitor Petersburg 1888 Memorial 135/390

COPINGER, MC solicitor Pt Pirie 1891[-1895] Memorial 229/411

COPINS, James gardener South Road 1846 Memorial 133/52

No 1

COPLEY, Enos farmer Black Rock trustee Orroroo and District Hospital 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

COPLEY, Enos farmer Black Rock near Burra Co Burra. Hundred of Erskine land grant 1924 Grant Book 13 Page 427 County Dalhousie

COPLEY, Maria Bertha married woman Black Rock near Burra 1924 Grant Book 13 Page 423 County Dalhousie

COPLEY, George Budgen butcher Moseleyville near Plympton 1898 Application 23647

No 1

COPLEY, James miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 385/37.

COPLEY, James miner North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 302/75

COPLEY, James miner York township Port Road 1855[-1861] Memorial 104/83

COPLEY, James farmer Yorke township 1859 Application 986

COPLEY, James farmer York township 1861 Application 2437.

COPLEY, James farmer Port Road 1864[-1877] Memorial 337/192

COPLEY, James farmer Port Road 1866 Application 7930

COPLEY, James farmer Beverley. Beverley Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1866 Memorial 240/217

COPLEY, James formerly farmer North Adelaide but now farmer York township 1877 Memorial 97/304

COPLEY, James out of business Adelaide 1877 Application 16483

COPLEY, James postmaster formerly of the Port Road but now of Navan 1882[-1889] Memorial 107/345

COPLEY, James postmaster Navan 1885 Memorial 57/365

No 1

COPLEY, William farmer Beverley. Beverley Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1866 Memorial 240/217

COPLEY, William farmer Black Rock Plain trustee Hundred of Walloway Cemetery 1877[-1878] Grant Book 13 Page 218 County Dalhousie

COPLEY, William farmer Black Rock Plain 1884 Memorial 83/362

COPLEY, William farmer Orroroo trustee Orroroo Institute 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 138 County Dalhousie

COPLEY, Willam farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880[-1899] Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

COPLEY, William farmer Black Rock near Kooringa trustee Baptist Church Black Rock 1893 Grant Book 13 Page 447 County Dalhousie

COPP, Alfred Edmund bookseller Rundle Buildings (TA 37) Adelaide (Rundle St) 1898 Memorial 88/437

No 1

COPPEN, Elliott photographer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 62/301

COPPEN, Elliott married Angelina SCOTT who died 11/2/1877. Elliott Coppen died 13/6/1892. Florence Edith Coppen spinster Adelaide 1895 their only surviving child. Mention of Jessie MACDONALD who died 10/5/1889 [Was she a relative to Mrs Coppen?] Memorial 150/425

COPPEN, Elliott 31 bachelor photographer North Adelaide (Father: Isaac Coppen) married Angelina SCOTT widow Lockleys (Father: Joseph ROWE) on 26/4/1873 St Bartholemew's Norwood. Minister: WW Ewbank. Witnesses: WD WINSOR clerk Adelaide and James BAIGENT schoolmaster Kensington. Elliott Coppen's wife, Angelina Coppen, died 11/2/1877 Lockleys Reedbeds, of puerperal fever, aged 30. Elliott Coppen gentleman Kent Town, died 13/6/1892, of liver enlargement and dropsy, aged 50 1899. Their daughter, Frorence Edith COPPEN, who turned 21 on 11/8/1895, inherited their estate. Her only siblings, another two daughters, had died in infancy Application 23828

COPPEN, William labourer Walkerville 1842[-1873] Memorial 253/48, Application 24993

COPPIN, Charlotte widow Littlehampton 1869[-1880] Memorial 196/242

No 1

COPPIN, Frederick gentleman Adelaide (North Tce) 1851 Memorial 185/35

COPPIN, Frederick gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Geelong Vic 1853 Memorial 391/61

COPPIN, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 213/61

No 1

COPPIN, George licensed victualler Adelaide 1849 Memorial 48/19 Licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, insolvent by 1852 Memorial 336/46

COPPIN, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of the colony of Victoria 1853[-1856] Memorial 100/54

COPPIN, George comedian Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 88/77

COPPIN, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Melbourne Vic 1870 He had been declared a bankrupt in SA 28/2/1852. Application 10817

COPPIN, George gentleman Melbourne Vic 1860 Application 1464

No 1

COPPIN, James brickmaker Littlehampton 1857 Memorial 319/130

COPPIN, Charlotte widow Littlehampton 1877 Application 16360

COPPIN, Charlotte widow Littlehampton 1878, relict of the late James Coppin formerly brickmaker Littlehampton 1857. He died c1878 Application 16860

No 1

COPPIN, James Alfred and COPPIN, Henry brickmakers Littlehampton 1900 Application 24080

COPPIN, James Alfred brickmaker Littlehampton 1910 Memorial 131/463

COPPIN, James Alfred brickmaker Littlehampton 1910 Littlehampton Methodist Church trustee Application 27864

COPPING, Ernest James grazier Lucindale trustee Showground Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1900 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

COPPING, George farmer Hundred of Joyce 1895 Memorial 220/424

No 1 – George Henry Copping

COPPING, George farmer Mitcham Co Adelaide Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1876 Grant Book 54 Page 144 County Russell

COPPING, George farmer Cooke Plains Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1877 Grant Book 54 Page 144 County Russell

COPPING, George Henry farmer Hundred of Joyce, died 9/8/1890. Husband of Ellen Copping, father of Emanuel Thomas Copping farmer, both of Lucindale by 1906 Memorial 38/456

COPPING, Henry Herbert contractor Hill End near Boulder WA, became a bankrupt in 1906. Son of the late GH Copping of the Hundred of Joyce Memorials 196/455 & 38/456

COPPING, Robert labourer Watervale 1857 Memorial 202/127

COPPINS, Gordon Kenneth labourer Milang and Florence Emma Coppins his wife 1942 Memorial 58/516

No 1

COPPINS, John greengrocer Walkerville 1908 Application 25517

COPPINS, John greengrocer 127 Walkerville Tce, Walkerville late 1850s, died 14/1/1909. His wife, Georgina Coppins, died 9/10/1914, had a life interest in her husband's real estate. They had a son called Alfred William Coppins labourer Walkerville, who inherited the property in remainder expectant, and died 2/10/1957 Application 29418

No 1

COPPINS, Reuben labourer Milang 1924[-1931] Memorial 20/491

COPPINS, Reuben old age pensioner Milang, died 9/8/1934. Husband of Eliza Caroline Coppins Memorial 200/507

COPPINS, William labourer Walkerville and Harriet Coppins his wife 1891 Application 22013

COPPLESTONE, William butcher Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1847 Memorial 27/10

No 1

CORAM, John labourer O'Halloran Hill 1865 Application 6249

CORAM, John farmer O'Halloran Hill 1914 Application 26256

CORBELL, John farmer Cherry Gardens 1857 Memorial 253/116

CORBET, Henry shipwright Pt Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 363/40.

CORBET, Timothy labourer Thebarton and Eliza Corbet his wife formerly Eliza QUILTY widow 1869 Memorial 33/244

CORBETT, Edmund labourer Gilbert Town [Tarlee] 1864 Memorial 106/200

CORBETT, James farmer Lillimur Vic, and John Corbett the Younger labourer Willunga, sons of the late John Corbett the Elder labourer Willunga (died 22/3/1888) 1900 Application 24045

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CORBETT, John farmer Hackham, died 22/3/1888 a widower. Father of James Corbett farmer Lillimur Vic 1900 Memorial 205/440

CORBETT, John labourer Willunga 1902 Application 24349

CORBETT, Mary nee GROGAN married woman Portland Vic 1928, declared that she was a daughter of Michael Grogan's widow, Bridget Grogan, who remarried to Thomas O'DWYER c1858. The new family (of 5 Grogans and 1 O'Dwyer) went to reside at Hackham. Following the breakup of the marriage, Bridget O'Dwyer lived there alone for some time; then after a spell in hospital, she went to live with one daughter at Narracoorte and then with the other daughter in the Victorian Wimmera. Patrick O'NEILL and then his son, Peter O'Neill farmers Hackham, rented the farm Application 27709

CORBETT, Patrick John labourer Willunga 1948[-1950] Memorial 76/522, Application 28743

CORBIN, Cecil and John medical practitioners Adelaide (Offices 10-12 Bank of NSW Chambers North Tce Adelaide) 1909 Memorial 139/460

CORBIN, Hugh Burton mining engineer at present residing at the Great Eastern Hotel, Liverpool St, London, Middlesex, England 1919 Memorial 90/478

CORBIN, John Minister of the Gospel Hornesy, near London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Charles Burton HARDY solicitor Adelaide, to collect and transmit the annuity or annual rent charge of £36 upon certain lands in Bath St, Glenelg owing to J Corbin 2/12/1880 Deposit 16/1881

No 1

CORBIN, Thomas Wilson surgeon Riverton 1871 Memorial 114/263

CORBIN, Thomas Wilson surgeon formerly of Riverton but now of Adelaide 1875 Memorial 152/284

CORBIN, Thomas Wilson surgeon Adelaide 1877[-1896] Memorial 224/298, Application 16354

CORCORAN, Bartholemew farmer Hindmarsh 1862 Application 3314

No 1

CORCORAN, Daniel farmer Tothill Creek 1876 Memorial 83/311

CORCORAN, Daniel farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light 1878 Memorial 212/309

CORCORAN, Edward farmer Iron Mine Road, [perhaps near Koonamore Station, Mt Victor] 1879 Memorial 65/316

CORCORAN, John Bernard farmer Hammond 1894 Memorial 5/423

No 1

CORCORAN, Michael farmer Para Plains Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 257 County Fergusson

CORCORAN, Michael labourer Hundred of Pinda 1885 Memorial 106/371

CORDEN, Samuel farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Dublin land grant 1871 Grant Book 26 Page 337 County Gawler

No 1

CORDES, Gerd Friedrich Christian farmer O’Halloran Hill 1852[-1854] Memorial 255/43.

CORDES, Friedrich farmer Hundred of Barossa 1860 Memorial 189/164

CORDES, Gerd Christian Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1860 Application 1922

CORDES, Gerd Christian Friedrich farmer Concordia 1863 Application 4438

CORDES, Gerd Christian Friedrich farmer Concordia near Gawler 1867[-1878] Memorial 206/224

CORDES, Gerd Christian Friedrich farmer Concordia died 4/7/1884. Executors: Heinrich BOTH the Elder farmer Lyndoch and Wilhelm MATTISKE farmer Kingsford near Rosenthal. Complicated arrangement for division of his estate to his five children and unnamed wife - Minna Cordes, Emma Cordes, Hermann Cordes, Louis Cordes and Friedrich Cordes. Also Eliza KOEHNE wife of the testator's stepson, Heinrich Koehne (known as Henry Cordes) Memorial 237/359

CORDES, Heinrich Hermann farmer Hundred of Barndioota 1885 Memorial 204/371

CORDES, Heinrich Ludwig farmer Pamatta Hundred of Yanyarrie Hundred of Granville 1886 Memorial 84/376

CORDES, Henry of Hoyles Plains Hundred of Gregory land grant 1881 Grant Book 23 Page 100 County Frome

CORE, Robert the Elder mason Adelaide 1854 Loyal Adelaide Oddfellows Lodge trustee Memorial 238/74

CORDON, Francis George of the Hundred of Erskine 1888 Memorial 77/394

No 1

CORDON, Samuel farmer the Pine Forest near Adelaide 1850[-1856] Memorial 309/24

CORDON, Samuel farmer Pt Gawler 1860 Application 1663

CORDON, Samuel farmer Pt Gawler 1863 Application 4062

CORDON, Samuel of near Two Wells 1891 Application 22130

CORDON, William James farmer Hundred of Erskine Co Dalhousie linked with Samuel Cordon no description 1885 Memorial 207/369

COREY, Henry tailor Kooringa 1859[-1860] Memorial 266/153

COREY, Thomas butcher Robertstown 1887[-1903] Memorial 17/387

No 1

COREY, William Emery mason Kensington 1875 Memorial 155/286

COREY, William Emery mason Willaston and Sarah Ann Catherine Corey his wife 1910 Application 25801

COREY, William Emery builder Gawler and Sarah Ann Catherine Corey his wife 1924 Application 27234

CORFE, Arthur Dixon of Kalkabury 1891 Memorial 169/410

CORIN, Charles baker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 17/100

No 1

CORIN, Ralph blacksmith Adelaide 1851[-1868] Memorial 42/37.

CORIN, Ralph blacksmith Fullarton 1865[-1874] Memorial 146/203

No 1
CORIN, William miner Adelaide bought the Saracen's Head Hotel in Carrington St for £1,400 in 1854 Memorial 385/79

CORIN, William licensed victualler Adelaide 1859 Memorial 183/157

CORIN, William miner Wallaroo 1867 Memorial 106/226

CORIN, William Phillip miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 245 County Daly

No 1

CORK, Jeffery farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1856 Memorial 213/109

CORK, Jeffery farmer Krondorf 1859 Application 731

No 1

CORK, Martin labourer Gawler South 1918 Memorial 93/477

CORK, Martin labourer Gawler 1919 Memorial 85/479

CORK, Martin builder Gawler South 1920 Application 26858

CORK, Martin contractor Gawler 1921[-1928] Memorial 18/482

CORK, Robert farmer Hindmarsh 1860 Memorial 98/162

CORKHILL, Thomas yeoman Mt Torrens 1853[-1856] Memorial 238/54

No 1 - probably the same person

CORLETT, Edward of Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 373/90

CORLET, Edward builder Adelaide 1862 Memorial 309/185

No 1

CORLET, Thomas labourer Woodside 1851[-1857] Memorial 308/30

CORLET, Thomas farmer Woodside 1853[-1859] Memorial 442/76, Application 850

CORLET, Thomas farmer North Woodside 1857 Memorial 148/120

CORLET, Thomas farmer North Woodside, died c 1859 Memorial 240/167

No 1

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

CORLETT, Thomas farmer near Clare Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 80 County Fergusson

No 1

CORLEY, Archie Wingfield farmer Kapunda 1941 Memorial 48/516

CORLEY, Archie Wingfield farmer Kapunda, aged 30 in 1942, a son of Wingfield Corley farmer Kapunda, aged 71 in 1942 Application 28309

No 1

CORLEY, Frank the Younger carter Kapunda 1872 Memorial 35/262

CORLEY, Frank carter Kapunda 1875 Application 14125

CORLEY, Frank [formerly carter but now] farmer Kapunda 1878 Memorial 176/307

CORLEY, Francis farmer Kapunda 1884 Memorial 208/355

CORLEY, Frank milkman Kapunda 1905 Application 25092

CORLEY, Frank farmer Kapunda, died 25/3/1918. His estate in trust for his wife during her lifetime or widowhood, then to be sold and the proceeds distributed to their children in equal shares - Frank Corley, Wingfield Corley (farmer Kapunda), Robina Corley, Marion ADAMS nee Corley, Elma Susan Corley and Edward Robert Cawley 1918. Some other special provisions in the will to ensure the welfare of particular children. Estate worth £2,100 Application 26733

CORLON, Owen labourer Thebarton 1876 Memorial 10/287

CORM, Ralph blacksmith Fullarton 1883 Memorial 35/354

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CORMACK, Andrew of Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 214/73

CORMACK, Andrew labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1860 Memorial 262/165

CORMACK, Andrew gentleman Bridgewater Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 19536

CORMACK, Andrew mariner Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19367

CORMACK, Andrew labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1888 Application 21403

CORMACK, James farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1884 Memorial 85/362

No 1

CORMACK, John settler Moerangi, Otago, New Zealand 1852 Cowandilla allotment sale Memorial 174/46

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1; mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CORMACK, John farmer Thebarton 1854 Memorial 398/62

CORMACK, John farmer Light River 1859 Memorial 131/154

CORMACK, John farmer near Kapunda 1867[-1882] Memorial 111/222

CORMACK, John farmer Light River near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 217/251

CORMACK, John and William farmers near Kapunda 1869 Memorial 154/244

CORMACK, John the Elder and John the Younger farmers Light River 1871 Memorial 158/253

CORMACK, John farmer Light River 1881 Memorial 247/328

CORMACK, John farmer Kapunda 1882 Memorial 101/338

CORMACK, John the Younger farmer Kapunda, died 22/11/1885. Husband of Esther Cormack widow Kapunda 1886 Application 20946

CORMACK, John Pottinger sailmaker Pt Adelaide 1888 Application 21403

No 1

CORMACK, Thomas farmer Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 22/80

CORMACK, Thomas gold digger Black Creek Daisy Hill Vic 1858 Memorial 45/138

No 2

CORMACK, Thomas farmer Coonatto Hundred of Coonatto land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 806 County Frome

No 1

CORMACK, William farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 193 County Victoria

CORMACK, William farmer Willochra 1897 Memorial 132/433

CORMICK, James licensed victualler Glenelg 1875 Application 14212

CORMICK, John labourer Clare 1866 Memorial 212/213

CORNE, Benjamin farmer near Auburn 1885 Application 20564

CORNEL, Fredrick labourer Yatala and Charlotte Cornel his wife 1883 Application 20032

CORNELIUS, Alfred Harris labourer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1926 Grant Book 14 Page 290 County Daly

CORNELIUS, Edward blacksmith Mt Gambier 1883[-1886] Memorial 55/352, Application 20995

No 1

CORNELIUS, Francis Tuckfield agent Mt Barker 1874 Memorial 131/274

CORNELIUS, Francis Tuckfield auctioneer Mt Barker linked with Richard Cornelius farmer Beautiful Valley 1878 Memorial 75/306

CORNELIUS, Francis Tuckfield clerk Mt Barker Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 544 County Frome

CORNELIUS, Francis Tuckfield auctioneer formerly Mt Barker but now of Adelaide 1895 Application 23008

CORNELIUS, George Edward electrician Norwood 1920 Application 26911

CORNELIUS, Harry farmer Broughton Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 542 County Frome

CORNELIUS, James Marks of Willunga 1904 Memorial 216/452

No 1

CORNELIUS, James Stephens mason Stepney 1856 Memorial 271/113

CORNELIUS, James Stephens mason formerly of Stepney but now of Kadina 1872 Memorial 171/261

CORNELIUS, John miner Moonta 1882 Memorial 89/345

CORNELIUS, Joseph printer Mt Barker Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

No 1 - the Elder

CORNELIUS, Richard Paringa Mine Captain 1851[-1857] Memorial 46/34.

CORNELIUS, Richard gentleman Paringa Village 1853 Memorial 153/62

CORNELIUS, Richard miner Paringa Mine 1859 Memorial 26/160

CORNELIUS, Richard licensed victualler Mt Barker 1855[-1856] Memorial 329/91

CORNELIUS, Richard miner Paringa Mine 1859 Memorial 26/160

CORNELIUS, Richard commission agent Adelaide 1860 Memorial 62/53

CORNELIUS, Richard mining captain Mt Barker 1862[-1867] Memorial 317/181

CORNELIUS, Richard and Frederick STONE of Mt Barker trading as commission agents under the style or firm of Cornelius & Stone 1865 Memorial 8/207

CORNELIUS, Richard commission agent Mt Barker 1867 Application 8189

CORNELIUS, Richard the Elder commission agent Mt Barker and his son Richard Cornelius the Younger miller Broughton 1873 Memorial 5/277

CORNELIUS, Richard commission agent Mt Barker, died 15/9/1874 53pneumonia, aged 59 Application 16511

No 2 - the Younger

CORNELIUS, Richard the Younger miller Broughton [later Redhill] township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 494 County Daly

CORNELIUS, Richard the Younger miller Broughton trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Broughton 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 495 County Daly

CORNELIUS, Richard miller The Broughton 1875, linked with Francis Tuckfield Cornelius clerk Mt Barker Application 14372

CORNELIUS, Richard farmer Broughton Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 542 County Frome

CORNELIUS, R wheat buyer Wilson [perhaps Richard Cornelius the Younger] 1887 Memorial 201/385

CORNELIUS, Richard miller formerly of Bridgewater but now of Katanning WA 1903 Application 24585

No 1

CORNELIUS, Thomas and HARRIES, James miners Paringa Mine 1849 Memorial 307/14

CORNELIUS, Thomas miner Kanmantoo 1851 Memorial 467/33

CORNELIUS, Thomas miner Paringa Mine 1853 Memorial 43/57

CORNELIUS, Thomas mine superintendent Paringa Mine village 1853 Memorial 247/58

CORNELIUS, Thomas farmer Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 7/137

CORNELIUS, Thomas Williams farmer Wistow near Mt Barker, died 2/7/1874 at Mt Barker. He put his entire estate in trust for his wife, Susan Cornelius, during her widowhood, and after her death or remarriage, the estate to go in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children - William Trewartha Cornelius, Thomas Cornelius, Richard Cornelius, James Cornelius, Joseph Cornelius, Francis Cornelius, Henry Cornelius, Alfred Cornelius, John Gerald Cornelius, Fanny Cornelius and Mary Jane Cornelius. Executors; the testator's brother Richard Cornelius of Mt Barker and his brother-in-law, James HARRIS of Kanmantoo Memorial 90/329

No 1

CORNELIUS, William labourer Kanmantoo 1854 Memorial 457/68

CORNELIUS, William licensed victualler Kanmantoo 1860 Application 1339

No 2

CORNELIUS, William painter Hilton 1906 Application 25155

No 1

CORNELIUS, William Trewartha blacksmith Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 435 County Victoria

CORNELIUS, William Trewartha machinist Orroroo. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 134 County Dalhousie

CORNELIUS, William Trewartha blacksmith Mt Barker 1877 Memorial 10/301

CORNELIUS, William Trewartha wheelwright Mt Barker 1921 Application 26779

CORNELIUS, William Trewartha wheelwright Mt Barker.Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

CORNELL, Henry Senr tobacconist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853 Memorial 392/47

No 1

CORNELL, William farmer Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 136/134

CORNELL, William farmer Noarlunga 1864 Memorial 305/197

No 2

CORNELL, William merchant Adelaide (95 Grenfell St) owned a warehouse at that address known as GRASBY's Building (on pt Town Acre 145) 1914 Memorial 59/471

CORNELL, William Robert engineman Mt Gambier Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 291 County Grey

No 1

CORNER, James labourer Adelaide 1838 Memorial 229/140

CORNER, James labourer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Walkerville 1843 Memorial 439/54

CORNER, James labourer [formerly of Walkerville but now of] Adelaide 1856 Memorial 158/112

No 1

CORNER, John gentleman Millbrook 1859 Memorial 170/152

CORNER, John joiner Millbrook 1860 Memorial 28/162

CORNER, John carpenter Glen Osmond 1866 Memorial 29/210

CORNER, John carpenter Millbrook 1871 Application 11247

No 1

CORNER, Stephen James carter Moonta Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 237 County Daly

CORNER, Stephen James farmer Cunliffe. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 177 County Daly

CORNER, Stephen James farmer Moonta Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 244 County Daly

No 1

CORNEY, James butcher Adelaide 1849 Memorial 359/16

CORNEY, James butcher Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850 Memorial 225/22

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CORNEY, John shoemaker Adelaide 1843 Memorial 280/106

CORNEY, John cordwainer Hamilton on the Light 1864 Memorial 280/194

CORNEY, John the Elder shoemaker Hamilton on the Light, died 26/1/1889 intestate Memorial 148/508

CORNEY, John merchant's assistant Adelaide (Leigh St) 1875 Memorial 101/283

CORNEY, Joseph Dove compositor Norwood 1904 Application 24844

CORNEY, Sophia of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 271/38

CORNFOOT, James farmer Hundred of Bendleby 1892 Memorial 224/412

No 1

CORNFOOT, Stephen farmer Bendleby 1886 Memorial 170/376

CORNFOOT, Stephen farmer Hundred of Yalpara 1891[-1896] Memorial 105/409

CORNFOOT, Stephen 27 labourer married Emma TRELEGGAN 16 spinster on 14/3/1850 Holy Trinity Church North Tce, Adelaide. Neither the bride nor the groom could write. Witnesses: Frederick Treleggan and Martha CORCIN. Daughter Eliza Cornfoot, born 8/1/1869, married Ruben Edward GRACE labourer Watervale. Daughter Amy Cornfoot, born 13/4/1877, married Stephen IVEY miner Boulder City WA by 1919 Application 26814

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CORNICK, James labourer Glenelg 1856[-1861] Memorial 128/108

CORNICK, James mariner Glenelg 1865 Application 6275

CORNICK, James out of business Kent Town 1880 Memorial 66/322

CORNICK, James licensed victualler Adelaide (Clarence Hotel King William St) 1881 Memorial 130/336

CORNICK, James Charles gentleman Edward St, Norwood 1902 Memorial 49/446

CORNISH, Alfred Herbert farmer and grazier Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 14 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CORNISH, Benjamin carter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 363/72

CORNISH, Benjamin landowner Sturt St, Adelaide 1866[-1877] Memorial 79/211

No 2

CORNISH, Benjamin farmer near Payneham 1854 Memorial 23/66

CORNISH, Benjamin farmer Marden 1862[-1863] Memorial 87/181

CORNISH, Benjamin farmer formerly of Marden 1862 but now of The Hummocks 1874 Application 13301

CORNISH, Benjamin farmer Kulpara trustee Cemetery and Public School Kulpara 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 323 County Daly

CORNISH, Benjamin farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 71 County Daly

No 3

CORNISH, Benjamin farmer Pt Elliot 1864 Memorial 153/194

CORNISH, Benjamin farmer Middleton 1866 Memorial 117/217

CORNISH, Benjamin farmer Pt Elliot. Pt Elliot Baptist Chapel trustee 1896 Memorial 208/426

CORNISH, Caroline of George St, Thebarton 1913 Memorial 158/472

No 1

CORNISH, Charles C clerk to Messrs FENN & WEARING solicitors Adelaide 1858[-1860] Memorial 217/146

CORNISH, Charles C clerk to Messrs FENN & BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 249/162

CORNISH, Charles C clerk to Messrs RI & W STOW solicitors Adelaide 1861 Memorial 76/176

CORNISH, Charles C clerk to the Crown Solicitor Adelaide 1869[-1883] Memorial 94/240

CORNISH, Charles Cox civil service clerk Adelaide linked with William Henry Cornish government surveyor Adelaide 1879 Memorial 187/314

CORNISH, Charles Cox civil servant Buckleigh Walkerville 1899 Memorial 143/453

CORNISH, Edmund George licensed victualler Adelaide (Black Horse Hotel Leigh St) 1900 Memorial 250/441

CORNISH, Elsie Marion spinster landscape gardener North Adelaide (Palmer Place), died 19/10/1946 Wakefield St Hospital. Sister to Samuel Raymond Baron Cornish clerk in holy orders Aldgate Memorial 24/521

CORNISH, Florence Hilda spinster 59 Eastern Ave, Reading, Berks, England, died 15/11/1916, of septic endocarditis, aged 39. Niece to D Walter DUFFIELD Hotel McIlroy Cheapside, Reading Deposit 26/1917

CORNISH, George and Thomas Vivian yeomen Adelaide 1848 Memorial 17/36.

CORNISH, Henry labourer Unley 1862 Memorial 87/181

CORNISH, Jane widow formerly of Normanville but now of Adelaide linked with Mary Louisa Cornish and Rosina Cornish spinsters Adelaide 1885 Memorial 7/377

No 1

CORNISH, James of Kulpara Hundred of Maitland land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 19 Page 105 County Fergusson

CORNISH, James farmer Dalrymple Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1892[-1893] Grant Book 19 Page 148 County Fergusson

No 1

CORNISH, John formerly of Penzance, Cornwall, England, but now on the high seas bound for SA. Appointed local attorney and agent for CS PENNY Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 110/30

CORNISH, John gentleman Mitcham 1852 Memorial 308/41

CORNISH, John Esquire Brownhill Creek 1852 Memorial 212/44

CORNISH, John Esquire Cairnbrae near Adelaide 1860 Memorial 8/163

CORNISH, John Esquire Bellair/Belair 1861 Memorial 81/172

CORNISH, John Esquire formerly of Mitcham but now of Belair 1862 Memorial 118/322

CORNISH, John gentleman Adelaide 1862 Application 2786

CORNISH, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now on the high seas 1863 Memorial 77/192

CORNISH, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of the County of Cornwall, England 1865 Memorial 108/203

CORNISH, John formerly gentleman Mitcham 1856 but now Esquire Ryde, Isle of Wight, England 1867. His local attorney was Alfred SPENCE agent Clark's Buildings, Adelaide Application 8451

CORNISH, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Southsea, Hants, England 1880 Alfred Samuel SPENCE of Adelaide his attorney Application 18019

CORNISH, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide then of Cornwall, England late of Dowran Victoria Grove, Southsea, Hants, died 20/3/1891. His widow, Jane Esther Cornish, died 5/1/1893 10 Montpelier Villas, Brighton, Sussex, England, of bladder congestion and senile decay, aged 81. Parents of Edward Christopher Cornish Esquire formerly of 10 Montpelier Villas, Brighton, Sussex, but now of Douran Montefiore Rd, Hove, Sussex 1898 Memorial 12/410 & Application 23707

CORNISH, John gentleman Dowran House, Victoria Grove, Southsea, Hants, England, died 20/3/1891. Executors, his wife, Jane Esther Cornish and his son, Edward Christopher Cornish. Power of attorney to Alfred SPENCE solicitor Alfred Chambers, 12 Currie St, Adelaide, to manage the Cornish Australian estate 4/9/1891. He had been John Cornish’s attorney as well.
Wideranging property investments - Hundreds of Encounter Bay, Munno Para, Belvidere, Tungkillo, Kondoparinga, township of Callington Deposit 45/1892

No 2 - the Elder

CORNISH, John engineer Callington 1859 Application 858

CORNISH, John engineer Lake Alexandrina Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1860[-1861] Grant Book 57 Page 476 County Sturt

CORNISH, John engineer Goolwa 1865 Memorial 142/204

CORNISH, John formerly engineer Goolwa but now miller Chain of Ponds 1866 Memorial 86/217

CORNISH, John and John BARCLAY millers Millbrook 1868. Bankrupts. Enrolment 43/49

CORNISH, John storekeeper Normanville 1875[-1886] Memorial 233/285

CORNISH, John the Elder miller and storekeeper Normanville, died 1875. He left estate to his wife, Jane Cornish, his daughters, Elizabeth Cornish, Jane Cornish, Mary Cornish and Rosina Cornish and his son, John Cornish the Younger. He inherited the flour mill and a wheat store next to the Yankalilla Jetty Tramway Memorial 3/287

No 3 - John Cornish the Younger

CORNISH, John storekeeper Adelaide 1876 Memorial 139/292

CORNISH, John miller Normanville 1878 Memorial 141/326

CORNISH, John farmer Normanville 1883 Memorial 147/381

CORNISH, John [the Younger] of Normanville and Esther Jane Cornish his wife 1889 Memorial 47/435

CORNISH, John miller Normanville trading under the style or firm of John Cornish & Co, became a bankrupt in 1892 Memorial 197/416

CORNISH, John miller Normanville 1880 Application 18139

CORNISH, John storekeeper Yankalilla Co Hindmarsh. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 304 County Not named

CORNISH, John formerly miller Normanville but now grazier Nairne 1913. He became a bankrupt on 29/11/1892 Application 26254

CORNISH, John grazier Nairne 1911 Memorial 25/465

CORNISH, John farmer and grazier Quambi Nairne 1914 Memorial 18/471

CORNISH, Robert farmer near The Glynde Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 145 County Fergusson

No 1

CORNISH, Rowland Clements accountant and agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 186/351

CORNISH, Rowland Clements broker Adelaide 1888 Memorial 66/395

No 1

CORNISH, Samuel merchant Unley Road 1867 Memorial 53/225

CORNISH, Samuel gentleman Glenelg 1881 Memorial 191/331

CORNISH, Samuel merchant Adelaide 1882 Application 19238

CORNISH, Samuel financial agent Adelaide (Pirie St) 1886 Memorial 87/378

No 1

CORNISH, Thomas the Younger, formerly of Netherton but now staying at Kingsbridge, England, and about to embark for SA. His whole estate to his wife, Mary Cornish, including money in the Bank of SA. Will made 4/7/1839. In January 1840 now farmer Adelaide, Thomas Cornish bought allotment 1, a 10-acre sub-division of Section 262, Survey B [present-day Springfield], from subdivider William FINLAYSON farmer Adelaide. Thomas Cornish must have died soon afterwards, because his widow, Mary Cornish, sold the land to Thomas HENRY gentleman Adelaide on 4/4/1840, for £30 Application 22397

No 2

CORNISH, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 38/173

CORNISH, Thomas watchmaker and jeweller Adelaide 1864 Memorial 46/212

CORNISH, Thomas watchmaker Payneham Rd, Stepney 1875 Application 14084

CORNISH, Thomas watchmaker Adelaide in premises known as No 8 and consisting of five rooms, on Pt TA 46 in Rundle St 1878. Apparently, he moved to premises in King William St (Pt TA 171) c1897 Memorials 169/307, 69/428

No 1

CORNISH, Thomas Vivian brewer and CORNISH, Benjamin yeoman Adelaide leased land as tenants in common in Pirie St, Adelaide 1848 Memorial 264/11

CORNISH, Thomas Vivian farmer Payneham 1853[-1868] Memorial 427/52

CORNISH, Thomas Vivian farmer Stepney 1853[-1856] Memorial 188/57

CORNISH, Thomas Vivian farmer Stepney, power of attorney to his son, Thomas Cornish watchmaker Adelaide, to manage his SA investments 8/12/1865 Deposit 24/1866

CORNISH, Thomas Vivian farmer Payneham Road 1866 Memorial 19/212

No 1

CORNISH, William blacksmith Hindmarsh 1855[-1870] Memorial 42/82, Application 11002

CORNISH, William gentleman Robert St, Hindmarsh 1896 Application 23195

No 2

CORNISH, William farmer Mt Templeton Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 38 County Stanley

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

CORNISH, W illiam farmer Condowie Plains Co Stanley Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 14 Page 461 County Daly

CORNISH, Mary widow Condowie Plains [perhaps mother of William Cornish] Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 38 County Stanley

No 3

CORNISH, William farmer Gumeracha Co Adelaide Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 146 County Fergusson

CORNISH, William Henry Government surveyor Adelaide 1879 Memorial 187/314

CORNISH, William Moore gardener Payneham 1851[-1866] Memorial 435/33

No 1

CORNISH, William Rawling no description but probably of SA and Lydia Mary Cornish his wife 1871 [nee LM HOLMAN. The family lived at Pt Adelaide 1870] Memorial 249/250

CORNISH, Lydia Mary widow 9 Restormal Tce, near Mutley, Plymouth, Devon, England, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH land agents Adelaide, to manage her SA affairs - shares in SA Brewing, Glenelg Railway Co, Bank of Adelaide 15/2/1897 Deposit 17/1897

No 1

CORNISH, William Verco storekeeper Salt Creek Coobowie township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 444 County Fergusson

CORNISH, William Verco of Coobowie 1891 Memorial 198/408

CORNLEY, George farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 62/29

CORNOCK, Augustus Frederick accountant Adelaide 1880 Application 18097

CORNOCK, Frederick accountant Adelaide linked with Thomas Cornock gentleman Unley 1875 Memorial 72/281

No 1

CORNOCK, James labourer Noarlunga 1857 Memorial 228/124

CORNOCK, James labourer McLaren Vale 1864 Application 5269

CORNOCK, James labourer McLaren Vale, died 15/10/1906. Husband of Hannah Maria Cornock. Father of Ellen HOPKINS wife of Josiah Hopkins blacksmith Rochester and Julia RADFORD widow of Henry Radford farmer Pedlar Creek near Noarlunga. Also Rufus James Cornock. Estate worth £300 Memorial 86/456

CORNOCK, James farmer McLaren Vale, died 15/10/1906. Husband of Hannah Maria Cornock. Father of Julia RADFORD wife of Henry Radford farmer Pedlers Creek near Noarlunga Memorial 8/457

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CORNOCK, Thomas draper Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 358/49

CORNOCK, Thomas the Elder innkeeper Adelaide 1860 Memorial 204/168

CORNOCK, Thomas the Elder innkeeper Adelaide. George WHITE's Club House, Assembly and Concert Room and Masonic Hall lay to the north, while Robert THORNTON's premises to the south [both opening out on to King William St as well]. Thomas Cornock rented Adelaide Chambers and The Shades [facing King William St], along with the kitchen, bakehouse and oven (together with two coal and wood sheds) next to the private gas works behind George White's rooms. The lease at £10 a week (including access to the land from Pirie St and use of the two communal privies) for ten years from 1863 Memorial 349/192

CORNOCK, Thomas the Elder and Thomas Cornock the Younger innkeepers Adelaide 1867[-1870] Memorial 244/225

CORNOCK, Thomas publican Adelaide (Clarence Hotel King William St) 1868 Application 8968

CORNOCK, Thomas the Elder gentleman Unley. Husband of Ann Cornock. Father of Augustus Frederick Cornock 1873 Memorial 72/281

No 1

CORNTHWAITE, Alfred labourer Kensington 1849 Memorial 300/16 Bricklayer Norwood 1851[-1855] Memorial 151/30

CORNTHWAITE, Alfred formerly bricklayer Norwood but now butcher Section 2093 Survey B 1858 Memorial 109/147

CORNTHWAITE, Alfred butcher Richmond 1860 Memorial 87/163

CORNTHWAITE, Alfred formerly builder 1852 but now butcher Norwood 1864 Application 5510

CORNTHWAITE, Alfred builder Norwood 1874[-1881] Memorial 187/278

CORNTHWAITE, Alfred builder Norwood linked with Frederick Cornthwaite clerk George St, Norwood 1884 Memorial 140/361

No 1

CORNTHWAITE, Frederick bricklayer Norwood 1851[-1854] Memorial 59/36.

CORNTHWAITE, Frederick clerk formerly of George St, Norwood but now of Tibbooburra NSW 1894 Application 22772

CORNTHWAITE, JK builder Norwood 1878 Application 16729

CORNWALL, George Graham farmer Undalya 1904 Memorial 154/451

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CORNWELL, Charles labourer Thebarton 1851[-1855] Memorial 101/31

CORNWELL, Charles gardener Norwood 1886 Application 20820

No 1

CORNWELL, Peter farmer Balaklava 1882[-1883] Memorial 54/339

CORNWELL, Peter farmer Undalya, son of Mary DUNN (formerly Mary Cornwell), widow of James Dunn gentleman late of the Wakefield Hotel, Hundred of Dalkey. Elsie Jane Dunn now Elsie Jane BRUCE wife of Arthur Davies Bruce, youngest child of James Dunn by his wife Mary Dunn. Elsie Jane Bruce was born 15/3/1859, and turned 21 on 15/3/1880. James Dunn Wakefield Hotel, Hundred of Dalkey, died 28/9/1867. His estate worth £3,500. Mary Dunn widow Balaklava, died 31/10/1883 Application 24870

No 1

CORNWELL, Samson sheepfarmer Lower Wakefield Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1863 Grant Book 26 Page 153 County Gawler

CORNWELL, Samson farmer near Auburn Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1866 Grant Book 26 Page 112 County Gawler

CORNWALL, Samson farmer Balaklava Balaklava township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 213 County Gawler

CORNWELL, Samson farmer Balaklava 1885 Memorial 201/371

No 1

CORNWELL, William Joseph farmer Undalya and Saddleworth 1924 Memorial 70/494

CORNWELL, William Joseph farmer Saddleworth 1925 Application 27427

CORONEL, Henry Senor dealer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 148/83

CORONING, Richard Anthony postmaster Gilles Plains and Mary Coroning his wife 1906[-1910] Memorial 9/456

No 1

CORPE, Arthur Dixon of Kalkabury 1891 Memorial 169/410

CORPE, Arthur Dixon farmer Kalkabury. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1894 Grant Book 14 Page 424 County Daly

CORPE, Hugh Robertson quarry proprietor, contractor, sheepfarmer and woodmerchant North Adelaide 1912 Memorial 213/466

CORPE, JR of Adelaide 1864 Memorial 76/199

CORPE, James Robert bank manager formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide 1901 Memorial 85/443

CORR, Raymond St John linesman Pt Wakefield 1944 Memorial 185/517

CORRAN, Thomas stockholder Adelaide 1884 Memorial 28/355

No 1

CORRELL, Joseph farmer Kapunda 1901 Memorial 26/443

CORRELL, Joseph farmer Kapunda linked with Margaret Jane Correll and Maria Edith Correll spinsters Honiton Yorke Peninsula 1902 Memorial 22/446

CORRELL, Mary nurse Hurtle Vale 1864 Memorial 148/250

No 1

CORRELL, Richard blacksmith Woodside 1859 Memorial 302/159

CORRELL, Richard gentleman Woodside, died 25/7/1869 intestate. Letters of administration to Elizabeth Correll spinster Adelaide to settle the estate 1883 Memorial 14/354

CORRELL, Richard gentleman Woodside, died 25/7/1869 intestate. Letters of administration to his daughter, Elizabeth Correll spinster Adelaide 1888. Estate worth £200 Application 21530

CORRELL, Elizabeth spinster Adelaide, administratrix of the estate of the late Richard Correll blacksmith Woodside 1883 Application 20015

CORRELL, Elizabeth widow Woodside 1899 had the following family: Charles Boland Correll mail driver Blumberg, Richard Edward Kyd Correll ironmonger's assistant Parkside, Francis Joseph Correll carpenter Woodside, William Hawken Correll lerk Woodside, Lavinia Mary Correll, Elizabeth Cassandra Correll, and Caroline Jane Correll spinsters Woodside Application 23763

No 2

CORRELL, Richard music seller Adelaide (Flinders St) 1906[-1910] Memorial 78/456, Application 25713

CORRELL, Richard music seller Malvern and Elizabeth Correll his wife 1924 Memorial 172/490

CORRELL, Richard formerly music store proprietor but then a bankrupt 63 Cambridge St, Malvern, died c1933 Memorial 93/507

No 1

CORRELL, Robert coachbuilder Adelaide 1852. He bought lot 9 corner of Kensington Road and Elizabeth St. Enrolment/

CORRELL, Robert blacksmith Woodside 1876[-1879] Memorial 154/287

CORRELL, Robert blacksmith Woodside, died 3/7/1879 Adelaide Lunatic Asylum intestate. Father of Charles Boland Correll coach driver Woodside. Husband of Elizabeth Correll. Father of - Charles Boland Correll, Richard Edward Kyd Correll, Francis Joseph Correll, William Hawken Correll, Lavinia Mary Correll, Elizabeth Cassandra Correll, and Caroline Jane Correll Memorials 63 & 70/436

No 1

CORRELL, Thomas gardener Lizard Lodge O'Halloran Hill 1849 Memorial 84/14

CORRELL, Thomas farmer Hurtle Vale 1852[-1871] Memorial 163/43.

CORRELL, Thomas farmer Hurtle Vale Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

CORRELL, Thomas farmer Hundred of Melville Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 68 County Fergusson

CORRELL, Thomas farmer formerly of Hurtle Vale 1852 but now of Melville 1875 Application 14702

CORRELL, Thomas farmer Minlacowie Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 258 County Fergusson

No 1

CORRELL, William pensioner Hurtle Vale 1855 Memorial 423/93

No 1

CORRELL, William machinist Honiton 1903 Memorial 14/450

CORRIGAN, Brian carter Adelaide (Halifax St) 1867 Memorial 150/229

No 1

CORRIGAN, James labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 348/51

CORRIGAN, James labourer Adelaide 1861 Application 2347

CORRUBE, Samuel brickmaker Brompton 1891 Application 22134

CORRY, Anthony Francis farmer Coonatto 1884 Memorial 184/357

No 1

CORRY, Daniel farmer Coonatto 1882 Memorial 166/338

CORRY, Daniel farmer Coonatto Moockra township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 834 County Frome

CORRY, Samuel draper Adelaide 1886 Memorial 127/381

CORRY, Mr agent Kensington 1877 Application 16359

CORSANE, Charles Barclay gentleman Tayside Cottage, Tayport, Co Fife, Scotland, power of attorney to James HARVEY agent National Mutual Buildings, King William St, Adelaide, to manage his Wallaroo and Moonta Mining and Smelting Co Ltd shares 12/8/1902. His wife, Eliza Hughes Corsane, died 18/3/1902. Her executors appointed Thomas HARVEY accountant Adelaide, as their attorney to administer her SA shares 10/4/1903 Deposits 36 & 37/1903

CORSON, Thomas engineer Goolwa 1874 Memorial 122/274

No 1

CORSTON, John fireman Le Fevre Peninsula 1868[-1876] Memorial 136/229

CORSTON, John mariner Glanville 1878 Application 16702

CORSTON, John fireman Le Fevre Peninsula 1885 Application 20729

CORSTON, William Baine farmer Rhynie 1868[-1873] Memorial 105/230

CORSTORPHAN, Charles storekeeper Salisbury 1866 Memorial 192/210

No 1

CORSTORPHAN, Charles Hume farmer Kanmantoo 1866 Memorial 154/214

CORSTORPHAN, Charles Hume storekeeper Willunga 1867 Memorial 174/223

CORSTORPHAN, Charles Hume storekeeper formerly of Willunga but now of Encounter Bay 1868 Memorial 221/235

CORSTORPHAN, Charles Hume storekeeper Cheltenham Vic, died 7/12/1877 of diseased liver and lungs, aged 44 years 5 weeks. He was born in London, England, the son of David Corstorphan Superintendent of Police and his wife, Elizabeth nee HUMPHREY. CH Corstorphan had been in SA for 17 years and in Vic for 8 years. He had married in Kooringa, aged 22, to Elizabeth SKEWES. Children - Charles (dead), Alexander 19, James 16, Donald dead, Janet Elizabeth 12, Archibald dead, Malcolm 8, Donald Bruce 6, David Hume 3, Charles Archibald 7 months 1882 Application 19107

CORTIS, Charles gentleman Worthing, Sussex, England, power of attorney to John HECTOR gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 17/3/1848 Enrolment 82/12

CORTIS, Frederick labourer Tam O’Shanter Village 1847. The village on Section 398 Disrict B, was laid out by HM BOSWARVA. Memorial 20/9.

CORTIS, George of Worthing, Sussex, England, power of attorney to John Olliver SURTEES barrister Rose Hill, Manchester, Lancs, England, to manage his pastoral interests in SA 7/9/1858. Osmond GILLES and JM STUART appeared to be the SA attorneys. Stuart gave his power of attorney to William WADHAM in 1870 Deposits 81/1859 & 113/1870

No 1
CORY, Henry yeoman New Tiers 1856 Memorial 295/109

CORY, Henry farmer Cox Creek 1858[-1863] Memorial 39/137

CORY, Henry storekeeper Crafers 1862 Memorial 287/185

CORY, Henry formerly yeoman New Tiers 1855 but now farmer Cox Creek 1863 Application 4523

No 2
CORY, Henry tailor Kooringa 1861 Memorial 93/176

No 3
CORY, Henry of Wakefield St, Adelaide 1876 Memorial 237/289

CORY, William Southgate mining manager Tarcoola Out of Hundreds. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 305 County Not named

CORYDON, Timothy farmer formerly of Unley, but now of Kensington, and Nancy Corydon his wife 1847 Memorial 453/8

COSFORD, George sawyer The Tiers 1857 Memorial 182/128

GOSGRAVE, James Andrew labourer Macclesfield Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1898 Grant Book 36 Page 316 County Hindmarsh

COSGRAVE, John Thomas Esquire Lisson Grove Hawthorn Vic 1888[-1891] Memorial 48/394

COSGRAVE, Thomas farmer near Macclesfield 1894 Memorial 175/422

COSGRAVE, Thomas Christopher labourer Macclesfield Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1898 Grant Book 36 Page 316 County Hindmarsh

No 1

COSGROVE, Dennis labourer New Glenelg, son of Honora Cosgrove widow New Glenelg 1877[-1878] Memorial 238/300

COSGROVE, Honora widow, mother of Dennis Cosgrove labourer both of New Glenelg and Mary Ellen Cosgrove no description 1877 Memorials 238 & 240/300

COSGROVE, James householder Sevenhills 1865 Memorial 45/203

COSGROVE, John Thomas Esquire Lisson Lodge Hawthorne Vic 1892 Memorial 250/415

COSGROVE, William plasterer New Glenelg 1863[-1864] Memorial 270/193

COSGROVE, William Donal out of business Magill Magill Institute trustee 1928 Memorial 30/499

COSH, Albert James farmer Normanville 1912 Memorial 228/465

No 1

COSH, George agent Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 62/250

COSH, George cornfactor Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 57/266

COSH, George formerly shipping agent Pt Adelaide but now residing in the Northern Territory 1873 Memorial 4/271

COSH, George agent Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16169

COSH, George agent Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 243/311

COSH, George ironmonger York 1888 Application 21517

No 1

COSH, George Wilson out of business Semaphore, died 15/9/1919 Exeter. Father of Ada Elizabeth Cosh. Also perhaps John Warren Cosh civil servant Henley Beach Memorial 77/479

COSH, Maria Morris widow Woolnough Rd, Exeter 1920, widow of George Wilson Cosh out of business Semaphore, who died 15/9/1919. He left his estate in trust to his widow for life, then to be sold, and the proceeds divided amongst their children in equal shares. Children: Ada Elizabeth Cosh spinster Exeter; May Maria PADGET wife of David Padget ironworker Queenstown; Hugh Cosh labourer Glanville; Ella BUDER wife of Charles Buder gardener Brighton; Ezra John Cosh railway guard Exeter; Myra HANCOCK wife of Eustace Hancock gardener Tea Tree Gully; and Eva Nock FISHER wife of Clarence Fisher coxswain Woolnough Rd, Exeter. John Warren Cosh civil servant Henley Beach 1920, must belong to this family Application 26845

No 1

COSH, James Gilmour farmer near Pt Wakefield Co Gawler Hundred of Goyder land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 412 County Stanley

COSH, James Gilmour farmer Nantawarra 1887 Memorial 202/382

COSH, John Wilson miller East Auburn. East Auburn Disciples of Christ chapel trustee 1871 Memorial 239/251

COSH, Thomas Gilmour farmer Wiltunga trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1886 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

COSH, Trafford Mossop accountant formerly of King's Park but now of Melbourne Vic 1937 Memorial 26/511

COSICH, Nicolo wood carter Burnside 1870 Application 10654

COSSENS, James gardener Hilsley Third Creek near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 460/50

COSSEY, William Joshua coachbuilder Magill Road 1889 Memorial 222/403

COSSINS, Charles farmer German Swamp near Balhannah 1857 Memorial 241/126

No 1

COSSINS, George Dyer warehouseman 26 Douglas Road, Cannonbury, Middlesex, England 1866 Memorial 82/212

COSSINS, George Dyer warehouseman 26 Douglas Road, Canonbury, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to John RUDALL the Younger solicitor Kapunda, to manage investments in land made in Co Light 20/3/1866 Deposit 135/1866

No 1

COSSINS/COUSINS, James labourer Adelaide 1840. The correct spelling is Cossins Application 27434

COSSINS, James sawyer The Tiers 1845 Memorial 299/5

COSSINS, James gardener Bold Venture South Road 1846 Memorial 494/6

COSSINS, James yeoman Hundred of Adelaide 1847 Memorial 125/10 Gardener Hilsley 1849 Memorial 49/17 Gardener Hilsley on the Third Creek 1854 Memorial 344/69

COSSINS, James farmer Section 1064 Third Creek 1853 Memorial 490/46

COSSINS, James farmer Fourth Creek 1853 Memorial 320/54

COSSINS, James gardener Fourth Creek. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 22 County Adelaide

COSSINS, James gardener Hallett. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 8 Page 280 County Burra

COSSINS, John Dyer farmer North Kapunda 1852 Memorial 101/39.

No 1

COSSINS, Joseph of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 192/23

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer farmer North Kapunda 1852 Memorial 178/43

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer formerly farmer North Kapunda now merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 376/68

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer shopman SA 1852 Memorial 156/45

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 17/67

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer formerly of Adelaide but now of North Kapunda 1857 Memorial 39/131

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer storekeeper Kapunda 1857[-1859] Memorial 302/126

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer and John BREWSTER storekeepers Kapunda trading under the style of Cossins & Brewster 1857 Memorial 330/127

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer brewer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 309/125

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer merchant and storekeeper Kapunda 1858 Memorial 236/146

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer and BREWSTER, John storekeepers Kapunda 1859 Application 899

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer gentleman Kapunda 1860 Application 1697

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer gentleman formerly of Kapunda but now in parts beyond the seas 1861 Memorial 109/176

COSSINS, Joseph Deyer gentleman Talarno near Kapunda 1863 Application 4620

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer farmer near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 45/198

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer farmer near Kapunda linked with George Dyer Cossins merchant 26 Douglas Rd, Cannonbury, London, Middlesex, England 1864 Memorial 205/198

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer contractor Kapunda 1864 Application 5186

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer commercial traveller Adelaide 1866 Memorial 171/215

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer commercial traveller Norwood 1867 Memorial 192/221

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer commercial traveller Adelaide linked with George Dyer Cossins warehouseman 26 Douglas Rd, Canonbury, Middlesex, England 1870 Memorial 217/246

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer formerly gentleman Kapunda 1868 but now commercial traveller Adelaide 1871 Application 11475

COSSINS, Joseph Dyer commercial traveller Stepney 1876 Memorial 52/292

COSSINS, William farmer Melrose 1860 Memorial 78/162

No 1

COSTELLO, Anna Mary spinster Mt Gambier 1860[-1863] Memorial 82/170

COSTELLO, Ann Mary of Lake Bonney South-East 1861 Memorial 300/179

COSTELLO, Ann Mary spinster formerly of Lake Bonney S-E but now of Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 176/194

No 1

COSTELLO, Edward labourer Smithfield Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 341 County Gawler

COSTELLO, Edward farmer Hoyleton 1886[-1887] Memorial 33/377

COSTELLO, Edward farmer near Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1890[-1892] Grant Book 56 Page 224 County Stanley

COSTELLO, Edward farmer Hundred of Hall 1890[-1891] Memorial 96/403

COSTELLO, Francis of Kapunda. His wife, Margaret Costello of Kapunda, died 29/8/1950. Parents of Joseph Patrick Costello schoolteacher Lower Light Memorial 185/529

No 1

COSTELLO, John farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda linked with Michael Costillo farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1868 Memorial 45/229

COSTELLO, John farmer near Bagot Gap 1876[-1877] Memorial 195/287

No 1

COSTELLO, Martin farmer Belvidere 1859 Memorial 40/158

COSTELLO, Martin farmer Kapunda farmer The Light Hundred of Light land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 196 County Light

COSTELLO, Martin farmer Section 447 Hundred of Belvidere about to marry Ann SEXTON spinster near Kapunda 1865. Patrick Sexton farmer near Kapunda and Simon Costello farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda the trustees of the marriage settlement Memorial 206/206

COSTELLO, Martin farmer Belvidere 1885 Memorial 204/364

COSTELLO, Martin farmer near Kapunda 1887 Application 21198

COSTELLO, Martin farmer Section 447 Hundred of Belvidere and Ann Costello his wife formerly Ann SEXTON parents of Mary Costello spinster Norwood 1887 Memorial 88/420

No 1

COSTELLO, Michael farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda, died 1875. He left his entire estate in various bequests to his wife, Mary Costello, and his son, John Costello Memorial 7/282

COSTELLO, Michael farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda, died 3/2/1875 intestate, because he did not name an executor in his will. Estate worth £300. He could not write. His son, John Costello, to get real estate. His wife, Mary Costello, to get the rest of the estate, including 'my interest in half the value of one German waggon, one p;air of iron harrows, one scarifier, one double furrow plough, and four horses, and the whole share of the produce of this season, together with one spring cart and one horse and harness and also the household furniture …' Mary Costello died 5/5/1896, of senile decay, aged 95 Application 23145

COSTILLO, Mary widow Belvidere relict of the late Michael Costillo formerly farmer Bagot Gap Hundred of Belvidere now deceased linked with John Costillo farmer Bagot Gap 1875 Memorial 80/298

No 1

COSTELLO, Patrick farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 417/59

COSTELLO, Patrick farmer Belvidere 1853. Enrolment/

COSTELLO, Patrick and Martin farmers Belvidere 1855 Memorial 133/84

COSTELLO, Patrick, Martin, Thomas and Philip farmers Kapunda 1858 Memorial 207/142

COSTELLO, Patrick farmer near Kapunda 1885 Memorial 222/372

COSTELLO, Patrick and Simon farmers Bagot Gap 1869 Memorial 212/237

COSTELLO, Patrick farmer near Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1879 Memorial 80/313

COSTELLO, Patrick farmer near Fords 1880 Memorial 26/321

COSTELLO, Patrick farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1886 Memorial 201/378

COSTELLO, Patrick farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1894 Application 22744

COSTELLO, Simon farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1877, linked with Thomas Costello farmer Bagot Gap Application 16450

No 1

COSTELLO, Phillip and Thomas farmers Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 331/201

COSTELLO, Philip farmer Freeling 1874 Memorial 230/271

No 1

COSTELLO, Thomas farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1873[-1895] Memorial 196/265

COSTELLO, Thomas farmer Fords near Kapunda 1898 Application 23630

COSTIGAN, John farmer Pirie 1895 Memorial 143/425

COTAROO, William Henry farmer Hartley, died 4/2/1890 Parkside Lunatic Asylum, of 6 months dementia and exhaustion, aged 60 Application 24373

COTTER, Barry surgeon Gawler 1848[-1856] Memorial 467/10

COTTER, Edmond labourer Kapunda 1874 Application 13725

COTTER, Edward of Overland Corner Murray River 1880 Application 17986

No 1

COTTER, Mary widow near Adelaide 1869 Memorial 81/375

COTTER, Mary widow Newenham on the Torrens, died 11/10/1875. Mother of Bridget ROURKE and grandmother of John Rourke labourer Newenham on the Torrens. Estate worth £5. Bridget Rourke wife of James Rourke labourer Paradise, died 5/4/1890 of heart disease, aged 50 Memorials 158-160/410

COTTER, Mary widow Newenham on the Torrens, died 11/10/1875. Estate worth £5. She left her real estate in trust for her daughter, Bridget ROURKE, for life, then to her grandson, John Rourke. Bridget Rourke to get the personal estate as soon as her mother died. Bridget ROURKE wife of Jame Rourke labourer Paradise, died 5/4/1890, of heart disease, aged 50 Application 22169

COTTER, Joseph Ferris labourer Mt Arden Station Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 8 County Newcastle

No 1

COTTER, Michael labourer Edwardstown 1868 Memorial 60/236

COTTER, Michael labourer Edwardstown and Mary Cotter his wife 1869 Memorial 72/243

COTTER, Mary widow of the late Michael Cotter labourer Ewardstown deceased 1905. Linked with Richard Cotter cabinetmaker Adelaide and John Cotter labourer Lower Mitcham Application 25006

No 2

COTTER, Michael mason Gladstone Co Victoria. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 4 County Blachford

COTTER, Simon labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1860[-1879] Memorial 293/177

No 1

COTTER, Thomas labourer Blakiston 1866 Application 7588

COTTER, Thomas labourer Littlehampton 1875 Application 14452

No 1

COTTER, Thomas Young surgeon Adelaide 1837[-1845] Memorial 195/101

COTTER, Thomas Young surgeon Alberton 1857 Memorial 49/131

COTTERELL, John farmer Reedbeds 1848 Memorial 100/12

No 1

COTTERELL, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1839[-1843] Memorial 170/37

No 2

COTTERELL, Thomas carrier Unley 1873 Memorial 158/268

COTTERELL, Thomas hawker Unley Park 1875 Application 14716

No 1

COTTINGHAM, Thomas painter Prospect 1854 Memorial 293/68

COTTINGHAM, Thomas painter formerly of Prospect 1854 but now of Adelaide 1863 Application 4133

No 1

COTTLE, Frederick draper Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

COTTLE, Frederick draper Pt Adelaide 1923 Memorial 79/487

COTTLE, James gentleman Bowden 1859 Memorial 261/153

COTTLE, William merchant Pt Pirie Co Victoria. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 12 Page 72 County Chandos

COTTON, Charles Tilney sheepfarmer Streaky Bay. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 66 Page 187 County Robinson

COTTON, Fanny spinster Queenstown 1909 Application 25632

No 1

COTTON, George groom Walkerville 1846[-1851] Memorial 10/6

No 2

COTTON, George yeoman Adelaide 1848[-1855] Memorial 416/12.

COTTON, George farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 69/34.

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

COTTON, George gardener Adelaide 1857 Memorial 100/122

COTTON, George gardener Fourth Creek 1867 Memorial 96/221

No 4

COTTON, George stockkeeper Adelaide son and heir at law of the late Joseph Cotton and his wife Ann Cotton now Ann STEWART the wife of Peter Stewart baker Adelaide (Bent St) 1868 Memorial 146/228

No 1

COTTON, G Samuel clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 207/302

COTTON, George Samuel land agent Adelaide 1880 Application 18232.7070

COTTON, George Samuel land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 163 County Dalhousie

COTTON, George S agent Adelaide 1882[-1886] Memorial 104/346

COTTON, George Samuel land agent Adelaide. Brother to Charles Henry Cotton painter Parkside. Father of Robert Harold Cotton and Alice Evelyn Cotton 1923 Memorial 130/488

No 1

COTTON, George Sydney livery stable keeper Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1876 Memorial 60/295

COTTON, George Sydney out of business Adelaide purchased the remainder of a 7-year lease of the Sturt Hotel, Grenfell St, Adelaide, for £600 from Henry Michael Rice in 1878. He assigned the lease again in the same year to Richard AUGHEY formerly of Apoinga but now out of business Adelaide Memorials 149/305, 123/306

COTTON, George Sydney farmer and dealer Beaumont, died 21/9/1879 Norwood intestate. Letters of administration to his widow Agnes Walker Cotton of Beaumont to finalise her late husband's estate. Estate worth £720. By 1910, Mrs Cotton had moved to Monreith Application 25848

No 1

COTTON, George Witherage builder Willunga 1853[-1855] Memorial 239/49

COTTON, George Whitherage builder Willunga 1855 Kingston Wesleyan Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 395/93

COTTON, George Witherage gentleman formerly of Willunga but now of Hindmarsh Island 1856[-1857] Memorial 318/107

COTTON, George Witherage land broker Adelaide 1869 Memorial 219/241

COTTON, GW of Cotton & Opie, CHAPPELL, Frederick and BRUCE, FO and others, proprietors of the Heidelburgh sub-division, pt Section 490, Hundred of Yatala, on the road to Gumeracha 1882 Application 19460

COTTON, George Witherage the Hon gentleman Adelaide got into financial difficulty/perhaps bankruptcy in 1886 Memorial 90/377

COTTON, George Witherage gentleman Adelaide bankrupt 19/4/1886. Excellent list of assets Enrolment 6/54.

No 1

COTTON, John servant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 51/30

COTTON, John coachman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 497/52

COTTON, John yeoman Norwood 1855[-1856] Memorial 178/81

No 2

COTTON, John saddler Adelaide 1856 Memorial 266/105

No 1

COTTON, Joseph bootmaker Adelaide (Currie St) 1850[-1853] Memorial 231/21

COTTON, Joseph bootmaker North Road purchased land at Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 328/109

COTTON, Joseph farmer Yankalilla 1858[-1861] Memorial 268/137

COTTON, Joseph storekeeper Friedrichswalde 1881 perhaps later farmer late 1881 Application 18688

No 1

COTTON, Richard of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 287/109

COTTON, Richard grocer 117 Rundle St, Adelaide Will 5/2/1856. Estate to his wife, Esther Ann Cotton, for her use and the support of his children. His wife to be the executor. 11/9/1876 Mrs Cotton in Forbes NSW. She appointed Robert Cotton bank clerk Adelaide, as her attorney Deposit 218/1876

COTTON, Richard grocer Adelaide 1858[-1859] Memorial 42/218

COTTON, Esther Ann widow Forbes NSW 1876, relict of the late Richard Cotton formerly grocer Adelaide 1859 Application 15476

No 1

COTTON, Robert bank manager Laura 1887[-1888] Memorial 141/385

COTTON, Robert bank manager Jamestown 1902 Memorial 172/445

COTTON, Robert Alfred storekeeper Glanville 1924 Application 27231

No 1

COTTON, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 91/20

COTTON, Samuel gentleman Walkerville 1851 Memorial 295/35.

COTTON, Samuel gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Walkerville 1858 Memorial 64/145

No 2

COTTON, Samuel mason Alberton 1854 Memorial 283/67

No 1

COTTON, William Esquire McLaren Vale 1844 Memorial 8/4

No 2

COTTON, William labourer Norwood and Sarah Cotton his wife formerly Sarah MUNKS widow of the late Charles Munks formerly joiner Norwood 1856 Memorials 281 & 282/98

COTTON, William formerly labourer Norwood but now mason Normanville 1865 Memorial 147/203

No 3

COTTON, Wiliam butcher Woodville became a bankrupt in 1865 Memorial 18/207

No 4

COTTON, William overseer Pt Lincoln 1867. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 8810

COTTON, William Henry plasterer Toronto St, Ovingham 1935 Application 27980

COTTRELL, Albina widow The Semaphore, died 30/5/1890. Executors; Frederick William Cottrell farmer Maitland and William Henry HUSSEY bank manager Maitland Memorial 38/404

COTTRELL, Alfred linked with Sections 29 & 36 Hundred of Black Rock Plain Co Dalhousie 1897[-1900] Memorial 114/430

COTTRELL, Alfred farmer Black Rock. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1900 Grant Book 13 Page 114 County Dalhousie

No 1

COTTRELL, Anthony Crispe solicitor Christchurch New Zealand and Fanny Cottrell widow Christchurch had business interests in SA 1874 Memorial 226/272

COTTRELL, Sarah Alicia Barbara about to marry Edwin FOWLER merchant Melbourne Vic. James Fowler merchant Melbourne Vic linked with these people 1864 Memorial 134/220, 136/220

COTTRELL, Fanny widow formerly of South Yarra Vic but now of Christchurch New Zealand, linked with Anthony Crispe Cottrell solicitor Christchurch. This family had interests in real estate in SA 1869 Memorial 215/240

COTTRELL, Francis George Leslie farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1945 Grant Book 13 Page 232 County Dalhousie

No 1

COTTRELL, Frederick William farmer Woodforde Co Adelaide. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 104 County Fergusson

COTTRELL, Frederick William farmer Maitland 1881[-1885] Memorial 182/336

COTTRELL, Frederick William farmer Maitland linked with Robert Cottrell farmer Clinton 1883 Memorial 113/346

COTTRELL, Frederick William farmer Maitland linked with Thomas Ledsam Cottrell coachbuilder Adelaide Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 225 County Fergusson

No 1

COTTRELL, George carrier Port Road 1849[-1853] Memorial 374/43

COTTRELL, George [formerly carrier Port Road but now] farmer Woodville 1852[-1853] Memorial 140/44

COTTRELL, George farmer Reedbeds 1876 Memorial 123/293

No 2

COTTRELL, George of Tarrawatta [near Angaston]1860 Memorial 172/167

COTTRELL, Harold George grazier Orroroo. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1934[-1949] Grant Book 13 Page 117 County Dalhousie

No 1

COTTRELL, Henry James carrier Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 80 County Dalhousie

COTTRELL, Henry James farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1926 Book 13 Page 268 County Dalhousie

COTTRELL, Jesse Benjamin grazier Orroroo. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1934[-1949] Grant Book 13 Page 117 County Dalhousie

No 1

COTTRELL, John storekeeper Quorn Bruce (Hundred of Willochra) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 794 County Frome

COTTRELL, John storekeeper Quorn trustee Public Cemetery Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1881 Grant Book 49 Page 26 County Newcastle

COTTRELL, John storekeeper Quorn 1883 Memorial 99/350

COTTRELL, John storekeeper Quorn Hundred of Yarrah land grant 1887 Grant Book 49 Page 216 County Newcastle

No 1

COTTRELL, Peter labourer McLaren Vale 1881 Memorial 158/331

COTTRELL, Peter farmer McLaren Vale 1860, died 29/1/1881. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Cottrell, absolutely. Mrs Cottrell had moved to Gilbert St, Adelaide by May 1881 Memorials 159 & 160/331

No 1

COTTRELL, Robert coach builder Adelaide 1853 Memorial 186/73

COTTRELL, Robert gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Wauraltee 1879 Memorial 61/319

COTTRELL, Robert gentleman Wauraltee Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 203 County Fergusson

COTTRELL, Robert gentleman Wauraltee Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 24 County Newcastle

COTTRELL, Robert coachbuilder Wauraltee, died 1880. Thomas Ledsam Cottrell coachbuilder Adelaide one of the executors Memorial 42/327

COTTRELL, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1877, died 3/11/1880. Amongst the principal beneficiaries of his will were his three sons - Thomas Ledsam Cottrell coachbuilder Adelaide, John Cottrell storekeeper Quorn, and Frederick William Cottrell farmer Maitland Memorials 169/351 & 13/352

COTTRELL, Abeona widow Maitland Maitland township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 479 County Fergusson

No 1

COTTRELL, Thomas Ledsam coachbuilder Adelaide 1881 Memorial 83/332, Application 18922

COTTRELL, Thomas Ledsam coachbuilder formerly of Adelaide but now of Perth WA 1893 Memorial 181/416

No 1

COTTRELL, William labourer Portland Estate 1867 Application 8081

COTTRELL, William labourer Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 113/280

COTTRELL, William labourer Portland Estate 1893. Portland Estate Bible Christian Chapel trustee Application 22588

No 1

COUCH, Henry and Peter bricklayers Norwood 1851[-1864] Memorial 318/33

COUCH, Henry builder Norwood 1852 Memorial 130/44

COUCH, Henry bricklayer George St South, Norwood 1853 linked with Peter Couch bricklayer of the same address Memorial 477/51

No 1

COUCH, Peter farmer Reedbeds 1849 Memorial 484/25

No 2

COUCH, Peter bricklayer Norwood 1851 Memorial 318/33

COUCH, Peter mason Norwood 1858[-1868] Memorial 62/139

No 3

COUCH, Peter and Richard stockholders Koonamore Station, Mt Victor 1879 Memorials 64 & 65/316

165/304

COUCH, Peter sheep farmer Braesfoot near Kooringa 1880 Memorial 33/327

No 4

COUCH, Peter farmer Stockport 1885 Application 20574

No 1

COUCH, Richard farmer Brighton 1854 Memorial 395/76

COUCH, Richard farmer formerly of Brighton 1854 but now of Yankalilla 1865 Application 6183

COUCH, Richard sheep farmer Koonamore 1877 Application 16394

COUCH, Richard sheep farmer Koonamore, died 14/7/1880 intestate, withouth parents and a bachelor. Letters of administration to Walter GOOCH accountant Adelaide to settle the estate on behalf of the testator's brother and business partner as stock and station holders and general farmers at Koonamore and Braesfoot. Jane O'BRIEN nee Couch wife of Timothy O'Brien farmer Braesfoot a sister to the Couch brothers Memorial 38/327

COUCH, WH of Rundle St, Adelaide 1855 Memorial 211/80

No 1

COUCH, William carpenter Adelaide 1848 Memorial 221/13

COUCH, William builder Stockport 1869 Memorial 238/236

COUCHE, Freda Linda home duties Princess St, Willaston, aged 35 in 1951, declared that she had lived in Willaston for her whole life except for some 9 years Application 28794

COUCHE, Hannah spinster Adelaide 1874 Memorial 53/276

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COUCHE, Richard clerk to GM STEPHEN Adelaide 1850 Memorial 330/19 He was also a money lender Enrolment 75/11

COUCHE, Richard clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 478/69

COUCHE, Richard clerk to Messrs PARKER & HEREFORD solicitors Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 492/89

COUCHE, Richard clerk to Messrs PARKER & MANN solicitors Adelaide 1862 Memorial 28/180

COUCHE, R clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1862[-1869] Memorial 215/262, Application 10595

COUCHE, Richard the Elder licensed land broker Adelaide 1875 Memorial 171/285

COUCHE, Richard agent Adelaide 1875 Application 14427

COUCHE, Richard licensed land broker Adelaide ( Gilbert Place) 1879 74Application 17292

COUCHE, Richard gentleman Kent Town 1882 Application 19152

COUCHE, Richard the Younger builder Kent Tce Norwood 1882 Application 19151

COUCHE, Richard formerly clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide from the early 1850s until 1862 now agent Flinders St, Kent Town 1887 Application 22860

COUCHE, Richard broker Adelaide 1888[-1891] Memorial 178/392

No 2

COUCHE, Richard gentleman Adelaide (Sturt St) 1853 Memorial 167/51

COUCHE, Richard storekeeper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 478/66

COUCHE, Richard storekeeper Adelaide (Sturt St) 1856 Memorial 21/99

No 3

COUCHE, Richard the Younger carpenter Adelaide 1875 Memorial 94/285

COUCHE, Richard the Younger builder North Unley 1890 Memorial 244/404

No 1

COUCHMAN, AB farmer Willunga 1929 Memorial 158/502

COUCHMAN, Arthur Brace farmer Willunga and Vera Rose Couchman his wife 1939 Memorial 31/514

COUCHMAN, Arthur Brace farmer Willunga. His wife, Vera Rose Couchman, died 18/9/1945 Memorial 87/531

COUCHMAN, Philip labourer McLaren Vale 1892 Memorial 209/413

No 1

COUCHMAN, Thomas labourer McLaren Vale 1854[-1857] Memorial 130/70

COUCHMAN, Thomas labourer McLaren Vale, died 10/1/1878 intestate. His wife, Mary Ann Couchman, died soon afterwards. Letters of administration to his son, Philip Couchman coachman McLaren Vale to finalise the estate, worth £45 Application 25137

COUDREY, Thomas William gentleman Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 108/343

No 1

COUGHLAN, Francis private in HM 96th Foot Regiment Adelaide 1843 Application 15101

COUGHLAN, Francis private HM 96th Foot Regiment Adelaide 1845 Memorial 444/4

No 1

COUGHLAN, Timothy labourer Portland Estate 1875 Application 14457

COUGHLAN, Timothy stevedore Portland Estate 1878 Application 16970

COULAN, Malachi farmer near The Meadows 1860 Application 1629

COULLS, Arthur Leopold farmer Highbury 1933 Application 27917

COULLS, GV labourer Kybunga 1892 Memorial 168/415

COULLS, Henry James gentleman Norwood 1883 Application 19827

COULLS, John gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 296/118

No 1

COULLS, John Green blacksmith Adelaide 1848[-1851] Memorial 177/13 Blacksmith Hindley St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 434/22 He lent money on Charles DINHAM’s flour mill Section 811 Survey B on the Torrens 1849 Memorial 434/22

Blacksmith East Payneham 1854 Memorial 144/70

COULLS, John Green of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 173/58

COULLS, John Green wine maker Athelstone 1881 Application 18439

COULLS, Sarah widow Athelstone relict of the late John Green Coulls formerly gentleman Athelstone who died 9/9/1881, linked with Jonathan Coulls coachbuilder Adelaide (Blyth St), William Coulls farmer Athelstone, Henry James Coulls farmer Athelstone, and Mary LEDAN wife of John Theophilus Ledan blacksmith North Adelaide 1882 Memorial 240/343

COULLS, Mary widow OB Flat near Mt Gambier 1897 Memorial 213/431

No 1

COULLS, Susan widow Adelaide linked with William Jonathan Coulls engineer Adelaide and Emily Green Coulls spinster Adelaide 1862 Memorial 29/186

COULLS, Susan widow Salisbury and her family - William Jonathan Coulls engineer Adelaide, and Emily Green SAMPSON nee Coulls wife of John Henry Sampson farmer Bungaree 1867 Memorial 62/227

COULLS, Susan widow Kensington Park and her family - daughter-in-law Martha Coulls widow of the late William Jonathan Coulls formerly farmer Adelaide (died 28/5/1879 intestate), and Emily Green SAMPSON nee Coulls wife of John Henry Sampson builder Kensington Park 1882 Memorial 24/340

No 1
COULLS, William gardener Athelstone 1893 Application 22543

COULLS, William and Annie gardeners Athelstone (separated by the Torrens River) 1896 Application 23261

No 1
COULLS, William Green surveyor Salisbury 1857 Memorial 332/130

COULLS, William Green engineer Salisbury 1860 Memorial 102/165

COULLS, William Green engineer and surveyor Salisbury, died 23/12/1861. His widow, Susan Coulls, of Kensington, and his legitimate son, William Jonathan Coulls, and his legitimate daughter, Emily SAMPSON wife of Henry Sampson builder Kensington Park, agreed to his codicil to pay £1,000 to WG Coulls’s mistress Selina Ann VINCENT single woman Salisbury, ‘who has lived with me for some time and is frequently called Mrs Coulls’, and support her infant son by me Daniel Vincent Coulls. The mistress and child could live on the Coulls’ property at Salisbury, commonly known as The Island, being in or surrounded by the Little Para River for 3 months, which the legitimate wife and children had to release from mortgage. Afterwards, under trust, the rents from that property and the other Salisbury property rented to William PRYOR to go towards the support and education of the illegitimate son until he reached 21, when he inherited the properties absolutely. If he died before reaching the age of 21, the property to remain in trust and the rents paid to his mother for her lifetime, after which the property to go to WG Coulls’s legitimate son and daughter in equal shares. Trustees - Joseph KIRKPATRICK merchant’s clerk Adelaide and James Penn BOUCAUT solicitor Adelaide. The widow and legitimate children to inherit the rest of the estate. Estate worth £2,000. The legitimate son, William Jonathan Coulls turner Adelaide, died 28/9/1879 at Hackney intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Martha Coulls. The legitimate daughter, Emily Green Coulls 29 Salisbury, had married John Henry SAMPSON 30 farmer Gawler Plain (Father: John Sampson) on 20/7/1864 Archer St Wesleyan Methodist Chapel North Adelaide. Witnesses; John Henry GARTRELL draper Adelaide; William MOORE chapel keeper North Adelaide; Fanny TREGELCOCK of Adelaide Application 19815

COULON, James yeoman Norwood 1859 Memorial 285/150

No 1
COULSON, Jonathan mason Gawler 1856 Memorial 374/98

COULSON, Jonathan mason Gawler became a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 256/164

No 1

COULSON, John engine driver Pt Pirie 1907 Memorial 85/458

COULSON, John engine driver Pt Pirie 1908 Application 25485

COULSON, John out of business formerly of Parks St (known as Dyke St) Solomontown now of 19 Cuming St, Mile End 1926 Application 27441

No 1

COULSTON, William Smith storeman Adelaide about to marry Ellen CLARKE spinster Adelaide. The bride's family included: Elizabeth Clarke widow Adelaide and Robert Clarke labourer Parkside 1884 Memorial 246/356

COULSTON, William Smith storeman Fullarton and Ellen Coulston his wife 1891 Application 22184

COULTAS, Thomas tailor Adelaide 1904 Memorial 138/450

COULTER, Ada widow of George Frederick Bruce Coulter business manager 12 Third Ave, St Peters, died 8/11/1939 Elstern Private Hospital, Marlborough St, St Peters, of 2 hours' cerebral haemorrhage and cardio vascular degeneration, aged 69. Born at Strathalbyn. Married aged 24. 2 daughters living. 1 son deceased Application 28297

COULTER, Agnes Christie spinster Bowden 1891 Application 22048

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COULTER, Henry labourer Torrens River 1854[-1856] Memorial 334/65

COULTER, Henry gardener Athelstone 1865 Application 6362

No 2

COULTER, Henry, John and Reuben farmers Dry Creek 1861 Memorial 20/176

COULTER, Hugh Porter farmer Smithfield 1922 Application 27099

No 1 - the Elder

COULTER, John labourer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 73/7 Farmer Dry Creek 1848 Memorial 317/11

COULTER, John farmer formerly of Dry Creek 1848 but now of Tea Tree Gully 1872 Application 11928

COULTER, John gentleman near Tea Tree Gully, died 1875. He left his entire estate in trust for his wife, Mary Ann Coulter, 'so long as she shall be capable of doing so', then to his trustees to care for her for the rest of her life. Afterwards, the estate to be converted into cash and the trustees to carry out the terms of the bequests. Trustees; Reuben Coulter the son farmer Yorke Peninsula and Saunders Cook COLLINS farmer Caltowie Memorial 248/283

No 2 - probably the Younger

COULTER, John labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 254/59

COULTER, John Junr farmer Smithfield 1860 Application 1305

COULTER, Lillian Gwendoline married woman 6 Little Craigie St, Birkenhead, aged 66 years in 1970, declared that she had lived in Birkenhead for 55 years Application 29770

No 1

COULTER, Reuben farmer Upper Dry Creek 1853[-1865] Memorial 461/53

COULTER, Reuben farmer Tea Tree Gully 1854[-1857] Memorial 65/77

COULTER, Reuben farmer Tea Tree Gully. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 69 County Adelaide

COULTER, Reuben farmer Steventon 1862 Memorial 215/186

COULTER, Reuben farmer Yorke Peninsula 1876 Memorial 37/292

COULTER, Reuben farmer Tea Tree Gully Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

COULTER, Reuben farmer Hundred of Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

COULTER, Reuben farmer Hundred of Walloway 1889 Memorial 234/396

No 1

COULTER, Richard farmer the Para 1855 Memorial 366/85

COULTER, Richard farmer Golden Grove Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 137 County Fergusson

COULTER, Richard farmer Hundred of Dalrymple 1885 Memorial 121/372

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COULTER/COULTHER, Thomas farmer Islington 1848 Munno Para land grant Memorial 67/46 Farmer Gawler Plains 1853[-1861] Memorial 401/56 Farmer Smith Creek 1855[-1859] Memorial 65/84

COULTER, Thomas farmer Smithfield 1860 Memorial 5/162

COULTER, Thomas formerly farmer Smithfield but now an insolvent debtor in the Adelaide Gaol 1861 Memorial 62/182

COULTER, Thomas farmer Smithfield 1868 Memorial 181/234

COULTER, Thomas the Elder farmer Smithfield 1868[-1871] Memorial 181/234

COULTER, Thomas the Younger farmer Gawler Plains 1861 Memorial 40/182

COULTER, Thomas farmer Lyndoch, died 11/12/1878, of diarrhoea on enfeebled constipation from natural decay, aged 74. Father of Ann LINES of Lyndoch Application 24456

COULTER, Timothy farmer Munno Para 1850 Memorial 91/27

No 1

COULTHARD, Emma widow Norwood 1867 Memorial 151/218

COULTHARD, Emma widow Norwood relict of the late William Robson Coulthard formerly civil engineer Mt Gambier now deceased 1867 Memorial 15/222

COULTHARD, G undertaker's assistant Richard St, Hindmarsh 1909 Application 25699

No 1

COULTHARD, James farmer Nuriootpa Co Light Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 188 County Stanley

COULTHARD, James farmer Barunga Hundred of Cameron land grants 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 441 County Daly

COULTHARD, James farmer Barunga Gap 1890 Memorial 165/405

COULTHARD, James farmer Percyton trustee unnamed Chapel 1896 Grant Book 15 Page 31 County Daly

COULTHARD, James farmer Percyton, had died by 1911. Executors – Charlotte Elizabeth Coulthard widow and James Baird Coulthard farmer both of Percyton Grant Book 15 Page 36 County Daly

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

COULTHARD, John carpenter Brompton 1851[-1857] Memorial 222/31

COULTHARD, John carpenter Bowden linked with Mary Coulthard widow Bowden 1871 Memorial 177/251

COULTHARD, John carpenter Hindmarsh linked with Mary Coulthard widow Hindmarsh 1883 Memorial 56/353

COULTHARD, John carpenter Hindmarsh and Matilda Coulthard his wife 1888 Memorial 33/391

COULTHARD, John formerly carpenter but now licensed victualler Hindmarsh and Matilda Coulthard his wife 1892[-1893] Application 22210

COULTHARD, John gentleman Brompton 1897 Memorial 28/430

COULTHARD, John carpenter Hindmarsh 1899 Application 23831

COULTHARD, Mary widow Bowden 1867[-1872] Memorial 143/219

COULTHARD, Mary widow Hindmarsh relict of the late John Coulthard formerly carpenter Hindmarsh but now deceased 1868 Memorial 87/231

COULTHARD, Mary widow Bowden 1888. Her husband, John Coulthard formerly carpenter Hindmarsh late publican Brompton, died 27/2/1861, of laryngitis, aged 34. In 1888, hs son, Robert Edward Coulthard, carpenter Hindmarsh Application 21417

No 2

COULTHARD, John of Nuriootpa an infant of the age of 16 years, the eldest son and heir at law of the late William Coulthard formerly farmer Nuriootpa now deceased 1858. William Coulthard's widow, Marian Coulthard, had remarried to Philip PATERSON farmer Nuriootpa by 1864 Memorials 51/144 and 45/194

COULTHARD, John farmer Booleroo eldest son and heir at law of William Coulthard formerly gentleman Nuriootpa now deceased 1880 Memorial 19/324

COULTHARD, John farmer and grazier Nuriootpa, died 3/6/1908. Husband of Johanna Julia Coulthard. Father of William Coulthard farmer and grazier Nuriootpa Memorial 172/499

COULTHARD, Johanna Julia widow of the late John Coulthard Nuriootpa, died 24/3/1916, of valvular heart disease, aged 66. Born at Nuriootpa, she married aged 20; 1 son and 2 daughters living Application 27648

COULTHARD, Thomas farmer Koolunga Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 95 County Stanley

No 1

COULTHARD, William stockholder Gleeville near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 248/6

COULTHARD, William licensed victualler Angas Park 1850 Memorial 112/25 Stockholder Angas Special Survey 1851[-1853] Memorial 22/29

No 2

COULTHARD, William gentleman Nuriootpa 1928, declared that he had been born on 13/3/1873 at Nuriootpa. His father, John Coulthard gentleman Nuriootpa, was the eldest son and heir at law of William Coulthard the Elder who had sub-divided Section 156 Hundred of Nuriootpa as the township of Nuriootpa (GRO Plan 196/1856) Application 27648

No 1

COULTHARD, William Robson civil engineer Adelaide linked with William Coulthard Esquire Morecambe, Lancs, England 1860 Memorial 231/175

COULTHARD, William Robson civil engineer Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 301/196

COULTHARD, William Robson civil engineer formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 232/201

COUMBE, Betsy of the Hundred of Barndioota 1887 Memorial 211/386

COUMBE, George machinist Georgetown Pt Moorowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 363 County Fergusson

No 1

COUMBE, Harry miner East Moonta 1885 Memorial 187/371

COUMBE, Harry miner East Moonta, power of attorney to Charles August REINECKE land agent Adelaide, to transfer his leases of Sections 36, 37n, 56, Hundred of Barndioota, Co Blackford, to William Coumbe farmer Kanyaka 19/10/1885 Deposit 229/1885

COUMBE, Henry butcher Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 249 County Victoria

No 1

COUMBE, John blacksmith Mt Barker 1865 Memorial 139/205

COUMBE, John blacksmith Langhorne Creek 1871 Application 11558

COUMBE, John machinist Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 64 County Victoria

COUMBE, John machinist Georgetown Co Victoria. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 5 County Newcastle

COUMBE, John machinist Georgetown Co Victoria. Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 112 County Newcastle

COUMBE, John engineer Kilkenny 1891 Memorial 123/408

No 1 – perhaps the Elder FIND DEATH 10/7/1913

COUMBE, William stockholder Georgetown Co Victoria. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 4 County Newcastle

COUMBE, William stockholder Georgetown 1880 Memorial 246/320

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

COUMBE, William sheep farmer Hundred of Gordon Co Alfred 1885[-1887] Memorial 122/371

COUMBE, William grazier Gordon Co Alfred 1887 Memorial 156/388

No 3 – perhaps the Younger

COUMBE, William farmer Narridy. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875[-1881] Grant Book 60 Page 438 County Victoria

COUMBE, William farmer Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 70 County Newcastle

COUMBE, William farmer Kanyaka. Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 70 County Newcastle

COUMBE, William stockholder Georgetown and Kanyaka Hundred of Hart land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 477 County Stanley

COUMBE, William farmer Willochra. Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 70 County Newcastle

COUMBE, William farmer Kanyaka. Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 71 County Newcastle

COUMBE, William farmer Hundred of Bandioota Co Blachford 1886 Memorial 228/378

No 1

COUMBES, John farmer Gumeracha 1866 Memorial 309/208

COUMBES, John farmer the Gilbert and Sarah Catherine Coumbes, his wife 1867 Application 20600

COUMBES, John farmer Stockport on the Gilbert and Sarah Catherine Coumbes his wife 1867 Memorial 97/226

COUMBES, John farmer Alma Plains and Sarah Catherine Coumbes his wife 1867. Mrs Coumbes claimed to be a Miss Catherine Latta, who took the additional Christian name of Sarah, after her sister Sarah Latta had died. However, Mrs Coumbes had married three times, on each occasion under the single Christian name of Catherine [formerly Mrs Bartholomew TRAINER June 1844 [3/6/1844 Holy Trinity Adelaide] formerly Mrs Daniel Cushion May 1852 [1/5/1852 RC Church Adelaide] then Mrs John Coumbes Oct 1862 [no marriage registered in SA] nee Catherine LARZEY/LARGEY. A confused story – no Catherine nee Latta to be found in SA records; nor is the death of a spinster Sarah nee Latta (who did exist) registered. John and Sarah Coumbes registered as COOMBS at their deaths in 1872 and 1873 respectively] Application 8184 FIND TEST MARRIAGES

COUMBES, John died 27/8/1872. His wife, Catherine Coumbes, died 10/4/1873 Memorial 23/302

COUNSELL, HKH of Beach Road, Brighton 1923 Memorial 169/504

COUNSELL, HS clerk Adelaide 1888[-1896] Memorial 12/391

No 1 - probably the same person

COUNSELL, James the Younger accountant North Adelaide 1888 Memorial 223/390

COUNSELL, James accountant Adelaide 1895[-1921] Memorial 149/425

No 1 - the Elder

COUNSELL, Joseph labourer Hindmarsh 1851[-1858] Memorial 277/32 1856 Bowden & Brompton Land and Building Society member 1856 Memorial 328/106

COUNSELL, Joseph storekeeper Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 171/59

COUNSELL, Joseph the Elder labourer Hindmarsh, died 19/1/1865, by being thrown from a cart at the Light River, aged c54. Husband of Sophia Counsell. His children included- William Counsell brickmaker Hindmarsh, Joseph Counsell the Younger Manager Pt Adelaide Gas Works; Jane Counsell spinster Hindmarsh, Margaret widow of ? SHORE Wentworth NSW, Amelia wife of Frederick TURLEY Miner’s Vale, Beaver County Utah Territory USA. John PICKERING of Hindmarsh, a family friend of long standing, gave much of the above information 1871 Application 11229

COUNSELL, Sophia widow Hindmarsh 1871 relict of the late Joseph Counsell formerly the Elder formerly yeoman Hindmarsh but now deceased Application 11229

No 1 - the Younger

COUNSELL, Joseph labourer Hindmarsh 1851[-1862] Memorial 277/32

COUNSELL, Joseph [formerly of Hindmarsh but now] of Pt Adelaide and Elizabeth Counsell his wife 1871[-1877] Memorial 131/252

COUNSELL, Joseph formerly labourer Hindmarsh 1851 but now Gas Works manager Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11383.

COUNSELL, Joseph formerly the Younger Manager of the Gas Works Pt Adelaide and Elizabeth Counsell his wife 1877 Application 16174

COUNSELL, Joseph the Younger 22 stoker Hindmarsh (Father: Joseph Counsell) 8282married Elizabeth RUSBRIDGE 23 of Brighton (Father: John Rusbridge) on 828215/3/1864 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses: William Rusbridge 8282labourer Brighton, Jane Counsell Hindmarsh. By 1877, the Joseph Counsells 8282the Younger had moved to Pt Adelaide where he was the manager of the Gas 8282Works. Mrs Counsell had the Brighton property as her own, with a tenant, 82William JEMSON Application 16174

No 1

COUNSEL, Mr Lands Office draftsman Adelaide 1840 Grant Book 0 Page 3 County Unnamed

COUNSEL, Richard Esquire of the SA Colonial Survey Office Adelaide 1845 Memorial 465/4

COUNSEL, Richard survey office clerk Adelaide 1846. Roman Catholic. Memorial 59/7

COUNSEL, Richard land surveyor formerly of Adelaide now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 446/55

COUNSELL, Samuel grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850 Memorial 427/25

COUNSELL, Samuel James Harry accountant Brighton. St Jude's Anglican Church trustee 1914[-1923] Memorial 167/504

No 1

COUNTER, John Bible Christian Minister Willunga 1863 Application 4793

COUNTER, John Bible Christian Minister Middleton 1869[-1874] Memorial 125/236

COUNTER, John farmer Chilville Farm near Middleton 1872 Application 12461

COUNTER, John farmer Chilville near Middleton 1874 Memorial 143/283

COUNTER, John formerly Bible Christian minister Happy Valley but now farmer Middleton 1889 Memorial 6/401

COUPAR, William farmer Big Waterhole [near Harrogate?] 1858 Memorial 43/148

COUPER, Donald engine driver Portland Estate 1877 Memorial 213/296

COURLAND, Edward blacksmith Murray Flats 1875 Memorial 129/286

COURT, Isabella married woman Ashville, died 14/8/1947 Colonel Light Gardens Memorial 106/522

COURTIS, CE clerk Gawler 1890 Memorial 74/404

No 1

COURTNEY, James and Patrick farmers Wakefield River 1870 Memorial 7/248

COURTNEY, James fruiterer Redhill 1883 Application 19828

COURTNEY, Patrick farmer Lower Wakefield 1859[-1861] Memorial 167/150

No 1

COURTNEY, Sylvester minor Upper Wakefield Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 78 County Stanley

COURTNEY, Sylvester farmer Lower Wakefield 1883 Application 19828

COURTNEY, William Henry barman Clare Co Stanley. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 452 County Victoria

No 1

COUSIN, James farmer Nairne 1855 Memorial 205/92

COUSIN, James farmer The Vallies near Nairne 1865 Memorial 179/207

COUSIN, James farmer Nairne linked with Lawrence Cousin farmer Redhill 1879 Memorial 181/314

COUSIN, James farmer The Vallies near Nairne 1882 Memorial 75/341

COUSIN, James farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 231 County Victoria

COUSIN, James gentleman Round Hill near Quorn, died 17/10/1884. Bequests to his daughters - Agnes HUTCHINSON wife of George Hutchinson farmer Lillymuir Vic and Martha Treloar wife of Thomas Treloar gentleman Strathalbyn; and to his sons John Cousin farmer Cradock and Lawrence Cousin farmer Round Hill near Quorn; also to his granddaughter, Janet Sample Cousin daughter of Lawrence Cousin Memorial 153/357

No 1

COUSIN, John Sydney Allan farmer Bute. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 298 County Daly

COUSIN, Martha widow Bute [mother of JS Cousin and relict of John Cousin] 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 301 County Daly

No 1

COUSIN, Lawrence farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1868 Grant Book 14 Page 331 County Daly

COUSIN, Lawrence farmer Crystal Brook trustee unnamed School Hundred of Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 215 County Victoria

COUSIN, Lawrence farmer Kulpara Co Daly. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 231 County Victoria

COUSIN, Lawrence farmer Round Hill near Quorn, son of the late James Cousin farmer Nairne 1884 Application 20169

COUSIN, Lawrence farmer Stephenson 1884 Memorial 222/360

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COUSINS, John farmer Spondon Cottage Islington 1844[-1847]. Enfield Primitive Methodist Chapel and school trustee Memorial 410/3

COUSINS, John yeoman Islington, foundation trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Islington 1845 Memorial 260/5

COUSINS, John carrier Islington 1847 Memorial 30/8

COUSINS, John yeoman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Brighton 1848 Memorial 424/10 Carter Brighton 1850 Memorial 105/20 Mail carrier Brighton 1850 Memorial 270/20

No 2

COUSINS, John farmer Sheaoak Log 1848. [1st mention of this settlement by name in the land records] Memorial 471/10

No 3 - perhaps the same person

COUSINS, John labourer Clare 1866[-1868] Memorial 61/209

COUSINS, John mason Clare, died 2/9/1870 intestate. Husband of Bridget Cousins Memorial 176/453

COUSINS, Bridget widow Clare 1887 Memorial 187/384

No 4

COUSIN, John farmer Salter Springs 1872 Memorial 151/260

No 5

COUSINS, John farmer Wirreandah 1886 Memorial 80/374

COUSINS, Joseph Dyer farmer North Kapunda 1852 Memorial 178/43.

COUSINS, Patrick labourer Clare 1868 Application 9055

No 1

COUSINS, William farmer Hindmarsh 1873 Memorial 240/269

COUSINS, William tanner Hindmarsh 1873 Application 12489

COUSINS, William fellmonger Hindmarsh, died 1880. He left his entire estate to Elizabeth COLLINS wife of Reuben Collins labourer Hindmarsh Memorial 25/323

COUTTS, George farmer Mt Gambier 1876[-1890] Memorial 87/296

No 1

COUTTS, James stock waster Adelaide 1839 Application 18936

COUTTS, James farmer Sturt River 1841 Memorial 432/4 Hockmaster Adelaide 1843. Memorial 249/3 Farmer District B 1844 Memorial 263/4 Local attorney to sell SA land belonging to James Coutts Crawford Esquire Sydney NSW. [Were these people related??] Farmer Third Creek 1846 Memorial 42/7 Bachelor District B Co Adelaide 1847 Memorial 175/10 Farmer Brownhill Creek 1847[-1853] Memorial 117/8 Formerly of Brownhill Creek, but now of Yorke Peninsula 1850 Memorial 342/20

COUTTS, James stockowner Yorke Peninsula 1856[-1857] Memorial 27/98

COUTTS, James gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 29/102

COUTTS, James Esquire Adelaide 1859 Memorial 38/151

COUTTS, James Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1863[-1868] Memorial 132/192

COUTTS, James formerly of Adelaide but now residing abroad 1864 Application 5367

COUTTS, James Esquire formerly of Lower Mitcham but now in parts beyond the seas 1882 Memorial 66/342

COUZENS/COUZINS, HG clerk to WC BELT solicitor Adelaide 1871[-1874] Memorial 62/269

COUZENS, James labourer Saddleworth Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 495 County Frome

COUZENS, William farmer Dry Creek 1846[-1848] Memorial 192/10

No 1

COUZNER, Alfred farmer Yatala 1853 Memorial 45/55

COUZNER, Alfred farmer Upper Dry Creek 1860 Application 1408.

COUZNER, Alfred farmer formerly of Yatala 1853 but now of Upper Dry Creek 1873 [Likely the same address] Application 12681

COUZNER, Frank Caspar farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1927 Grant Book 14 Page 341 County Daly

COUZNER, Victor Westerman farm labourer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 338 County Daly

No 1

COVE, William farmer Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 159/35

COVE, William farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 166/76

COVE, William Sanders farmer near Glenelg 1850 Memorial 492/20

COVENEY, Daniel licensed victualler Lower Mitcham 1879[-1884] Memorial 118/321

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COVENEY, Edward baker Pt Adelaide 1842[-1843] Memorial 47/300

COVENEY, Edward labourer Hundred of Yatala 1853 Memorial 10/58

COVENEY, Edward farmer Salisbury 1855 Memorial 482/80

COVENEY, Edward farmer Little Para 1856 Memorial 417/99

COVENEY, Edward married Sarah WHITE 1840 Of Adelaide 1841 Baker Pt 8585Adelaide 1842 Edward Coveney farmer Gawler Plains, died 5/6/1862 of a 8585hernia, intestate, aged 46. His eldest son, Edward Coveney, born 28/10/1843 Queen St, Alberton, inherited his estate as heir at law, as a 85farmer Greens Plains 1877 Application 15998

COVENEY, John labourer Greens Plains. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 326 County Daly

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN WAIT FOR DEATHS DISK

COVENTRY, Arthur gentleman Hahndorf 1860 Memorial 111/172

COVENTRY, Arthur farmer Hahndorf 1862 Application 3382

COVENTRY, Arthur carter Pt Augusta. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 669 County Frome

No 1

COVENTRY, CJ managing law clerk to Messrs NESBIT, WEBB & NESBIT solicitors Adelaide 1907 Memorial 101/458

COVENTRY, Charles James solicitor Adelaide (Scottish House, Waymouth St) 1912[-1919] Memorial 53/467,

Application 26807

No 1

COVENTRY, Francis and Henry storekeepers Stirling became bankrupts in 1866 Memorial 93/211

COVENTRY, Francis storekeeper Stirling North 1873 Memorial 123/264

COVENTRY, Francis stockholder Stirling North and Edmund WHITING stockholder Coorooroo Station trading under the style or firm of Coventry and Whiting 1873 Memorial 37/266

COVENTRY, Francis storekeeper Stirling North trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Davenport land grant 1878 Grant Book 23 Page 45 County Frome

COVENTRY, Francis storekeeper Pt Augusta Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 794 County Frome

COVENTRY, Henry cattle dealer Stirling North Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 504 County Frome

No 1

COVENTRY, Isaac storeman Stirling North trustee unnamed school Hundred of Davenport land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

COVENTRY, Isaac linked with Section 778 Hundred of Davenport Co Frome 1885 Memorial 249/363

COVENTRY, Isaac dairyman Pt Augusta trustee Pt Augusta Bible Christian Chapel 1884 Application 20383

COVENTRY, James storekeeper Stirling North 1878 Application 16937

No 1

COVENTRY, John Henry farmer Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 428/49

COVENTRY, John Henry formerly yeoman Unley then farmer pt Section 380 (40 acres) Hahndorf, died 18/3/1864. Husband of Ann Coventry, who moved to Aldinga after his death. Estate worth £200 1883 Application 19894

No 1

COVENTRY, Murray labourer Happy Valley 1851[-1852] Memorial 465/31

COVENTRY, Murray gardener Happy Valley 1858[-1861] Memorial 273/145, Application 2801

COVENTRY, Murray labourer Happy Vally 1859 Memorial 19/159

COVENTRY, Murray farmer Happy Valley 1869 Memorial 2/242

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

COVENTRY, Murray gardener O'Halloran Hill 1853 Memorial 443/55

COVENTRY, Murray gardener O'Halloran Hill 1868 Application 9417.

No 1

COVEY, William labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 8769

COVEY, William labourer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 26/119

COVEY, William labourer Adelaide 1867 Application 8769

COWAN, Alexander & Sons paper makers and wholesale stationers Adelaide (Leigh St) and Edinburgh, Scotland 1895 Memorial 161/424

COWAN, Annie spinster Wallaroo 1888[-1891] Memorial 192/390

No 1

COWAN, David labourer Beaufort/Burnfoot near Adelaide 1841 Application 16499

COWAN, David farmer Magill 1841 Application 16499

COWAN, David farmer Magill 1846[-1855] Memorial 12/81

COWAN, David yeoman Beaufort/Burnfoot 1854 Memorial 143/79

COWAN, David farmer near Salisbury 1859 Application 936

COWAN, Frank Gladstone medical practitioner Angaston 1912 Application 26136

No 1

COWAN, GD articled clerk Adelaide 1907[-1910] Memorial 81/458

COWAN, George Dalrymple solicitor Adelaide 1916 Memorial 56/474

COWAN, Henry Edwin farmer quorn 1899 Memorial 154/439

COWAN, HJG Lieutenant 78th Regiment Hay Flat near Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 165/74

No 1

COWAN, Horace Stanhope accountant Adelaide and Jean Osborne Cowan his wife 1920 Memorial 40/482

COWAN, Horace Stanhope accountant Burnside 1915 Application 26462

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COWAN, James miller Two Wells 1875[-1882] Memorial 182/280

COWAN, James miller Adelaide 1880 Application 18030

COWAN, James miller Norwood 1882 Application 19250

COWAN, James miller Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 418 County Dalhousie

COWAN, James miller Adelaide 1881[-1884] Memorial 75/333

COWAN, James formerly farmer Two Wells but now gentleman Burnside 1889 Applications 21638/21639

COWAN, James gentleman Burnside, died 21/7/1890 Dry Creek intestate. His widow, Sarah Ann Cowan, died 6/7/1907. Father of Horace Stanhope Cowan accountant Burnside. Estate worth £72,300 Memorial 163/481

COWAN, Sarah Ann widow Burnside 1890, relict of the late James Cowan who died 21/7/1890 Memorial 184/427

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1; bankruptcy a puzzle.

COWAN, James merchant Adelaide 1883 Application 19711

COWAN, James merchant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1887[-1888] Memorial 50/383

COWAN, James merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1888 Grant Book 60 Page 300 County Victoria

COWAN, James merchant Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1889 Memorial 207/399

COWAN, James Trafford manager Poltalloch Station and Mary Rosamund Cowan his wife 1942 Memorial 61/51

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COWAN, John coach proprietor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 190/128

COWAN, John licensed victualler Pt Gawler 1862 Memorial 229/183

COWAN, John the Elder storekeeper Pt Gawler 1865 Memorial 8/203

COWAN, John innkeeper Two Wells 1872[-1874] Memorial 100/262

COWAN, John licensed victualler Two Wells Hundred of Pt Gawler 1866[-1871] Memorial 190/313, Application 11721

COWAN, John farmer Two Wells 1876[-1878] Memorial 11/292

COWAN, John the Elder farmer Two Wells, died 24/7/1879. Estate worth £3,850. His wife, Margaret Cowan, to get the contents of the house and £50 cash immediately, with the right to live in the house for her lifetime or until her remarriage. The rest of the personal estate and all the real estate to be sold and the funds invested in trust to provide an income for Margaret Cowan. After her death, the fund to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst John and Margaret Cowan's childen. Children mentioned by names - John Cowan the Younger farmer Islington, Wesley Benjamin Cowan farmer Two Wells, and youngest daughter Mary Jane Cowan spinster Application 25425

No 2 FIND CHECK RUN FIND OBIT 25/4/1898

COWAN, John clerk Wirrabara. Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 503 County Frome

COWAN, John and Wesley Benjamin Cowan of the Hundred of Woolundunga Co Frome 1890 Memorial 148/405

No 3

COWAN, John SA Minister for Agriculture Adelaide 1929 Memorial 132/501

COWAN, Joseph farmer Balaklava 1898 Memorial 77/434

COWAN, Margaret of Kanyaka 1883 Memorial 177/351

COWAN, Mary Rosamund widow Poltalloch Station via Tailem Bend 1952 Application 28922

No 1 – the Elder

COWAN, Robert farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 68 County Daly

COWAN, Robert farmer Riverton 1870 Memorial 235/248

COWAN, Robert farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

No 2 – the Younger

COWAN, Robert the Younger linked with Section 154 Hundred of Tickera 1883 Memorial 194/354

COWAN, Roy Clifford agent Paskeville. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 201 County Daly

No 1

COWAN, Samuel gardener Magill 1856 Memorial 313/95

COWAN, Samuel gardener Woodforde 1860 Application 1075

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COWAN, Thomas farmer Redbanks Light River 1872[-1874] Memorials 55/262 & 110/272

COWAN, Thomas farmer Grace Plains 1874 Memorial 245/278

COWAN, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1876 Application 14932

COWAN, Thomas MP of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 171/290

COWAN, Thomas MP Two Wells 1876 Application 15018

COWAN, Thomas MP of Redbanks 1876 Memorial 56/291

COWAN, Thomas farmer Pt Gawler 1877 Memorial 249/296

COWAN, Thomas farmer Hundred of Grace 1884 Memorial 5/357

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COWAN, Thomas farmer Islington 1878[-1882] Memorial 123/307, Application 19559

COWAN, Thomas gentleman Islington 1879 Memorial 1/320

COWAN, Thomas farmer Islington Plains 1881 Memorial 116/334

COWAN, Thomas stockholder Islington 1883 Memorial 62/352

COWAN, Thomas stockholder Islington 1883 Application 19979.

No 1 – Thomas James Cowan

COWAN, Thomas farmer Gordon. Trustee Bible Christian Chapel Gordon. Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

COWAN, Thomas farmer now of Kanyaka 1883 Memorial 178/351

No 1

COWAN, WB JP farmer Two Wells 1886 Memorial 243/380

COWAN, Wesley Benjamin farmer Two Wells 1903[-1904] Memorial 162/449

COWAN, William merchant 15 Princes St, Edinburgh, Scotland, power of attorney to Edward WRIGHT the Younger land and general agent Adelaide, to manage his SA investments 26/8/1854 Deposit 201/1856.

No 1

COWAN, William Thompson farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 346 County Gawler

COWAN, William Thompson sheepfarmer Milang Hundred of Bremer land grant 1900 Grant Book 36 Page 44 County Hindmarsh

COWARD, Frederick labourer formerly of Edgeton, but now of Kensington near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 331/11

No 1

COWARD, George bootmaker Adelaide 1888 Memorial 131/389

COWARD, George bootmaker Adelaide, Thomas Coward publican Sandgate Qld, John Herring Coward painter Adelaide (Robert St), William Coward musician Adelaide (Robert St), George. Some link with George and Thomas HOWARD saw mill proprietors King's Plains, near Inverell NSW, Elizabeth HARDY wife of Charles Hardy sawyer King's Plains near Inverell NSW 1889 Memorial 226/396

No 1

COWARD, Henry blacksmith Glenelg 1852[-1856] Memorial 320/41.

COWARD, Henry farmer Section 212 Survey B near Glenelgl 1855[-1856] Memorials 268/102 & 188/278 Blacksmith Glenelg 1855[-1860] Memorial 269/102

COWARD, Henry farmer Section 212 Survey B 1859 Application 246

COWARD, Henry blacksmith formerly of Glenelg but now of Ballarat Vic 1876 Memorial 167/295

COWARD, James Haldane engine driver Hope Valley 1936 Memorial 178/509

No 1

COWARD, John painter and glazier Adelaide (Robert St) 1847[- 1860] Memorial 193/9

COWARD, John painter and glazier Adelaide (Robert St) had perhaps died by 1889. Probable members of his family - George Coward bootmaker Adelaide, Thomas Coward publican Southgate Qld, John Herring Coward painter Adelaide (Robert St), William Coward musician Adelaide (Robert St), probably a Mrs HOWARD of Kings Plains near Inverell NSW (probably now deceased) probably mother (or wife and mother) of George and Thomas Howard saw mill proprietors Kings Plains near Inverell and Elizabeth HARDY wife of Charles Hardy sawyer Kings Plains near Inverell NSW Memorial 226/396

COWARD, Margaret Kate married woman Renmark 1928 Application 27643

No 1

COWARD, Robert Leeds Minister of the Gospel Barton 1857 Memorial 220/120

COWARD, Robert Leeds schoolmaster Keyneton 1865 Application 6357

COWARD, Robert Leeds Congregational Minister Barton near Truro 1869 Memorial 16/243

COWARD, Robert Leeds minister of the gospel Truro and Maria Coward his wife linked with Wesley Coward storekeeper Truro concerning allotments in Barton, a township about '5 miles north of Mt Desmond Trigonometrical Station Hundred of North Rhine' 1876 Memorial 220/292

COWARD, Robert Leeds storekeeper Truro 1877 Memorial 103/302

No 1

COWARD, Wesley farmer Truro 1869 Application 10341

COWARD, Susannah Alice wife of Wesley Coward farmer Truro, died 21/9/1880 intestate. Letters of administration to her husband. Estate worth £100 1887 Application 21298

COWELL, Francis Henry mercantile clerk Adelaide 1905 Memorial 199/452

No 1

COWELL, HJ of The Parade Norwood 1880 Application 18064

COWELL, Henry James and James William timber merchants Norwood trading under the style or firm of Cowell Bros & Co Ltd 1884[-1895] Memorials 194/357, 221/462

COWELL, Henry James and James William Cowell began trading as timber and hardware merchants in Sydenham Rd, Norwood, in 1884. During 1888, HJ Cowell sold his interest to his brother, JW Cowell. In 1905, JW Cowell sold his business to a new series of partners, Quinton Stow SMITH, Alfred Jabez ROBERTS, and Francis Henry Cowell, who traded as Cowell Bros & Co Ltd, still in business in 1938 Application 28183

No 1

COWELL, James gentleman Clarendon 1850 Memorial 174/25

COWELL, James schoolmaster Clarendon 1854[-1857] Memorial 31/78

COWELL, James teacher Norwood 1862 Memorial 87/181

COWELL, James formerly of Clarendon but now of Gumeracha 1878 Memorial 130/309

No 2

COWELL, James labourer Brompton 1851 Memorial 195/34.

No 1

COWELL, James William timber merchant Norwood 1902 Application 24483

COWELL, James William gentleman The Briars Medindie and Ada Cowell his wife 1905. Francis Henry Cowell timber merchant Medindie also part of this family Memorial 146/453

COWELL, Samuel miller and carrier Sutton, Kent, England married Jane ROUND in May 1815 in the Borough of Southwark, London. The following children born of the marriage - Samuel Harding Cowell, William Cowell, Elizabeth Ann Cowell, George Round Cowell, Jane Cowell. Daughter Elizabeth Ann Cowell married Frederick RANDALL in England and emigrated to SA, arriving there in September 1851. By 1899, Frederick Randall was a bootmaker in Lyndoch. Samuel Cowell's son, William Cowell (born 5/6/1817 Sutton, Kent), emigrated to SA in 1852. He married shortly after arrival to Jane Rickard EDMUNDS at the North Adelaide Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. William Cowell died in Feb 1863, leaving no issue. Jane COWELL remarried to William SQUIBB, a farmer, who died in SA. Mrs Squibb returned to England, where she died 7/7/1894 at Foxhole St Stephens, Cornwall, of heart disease and dropsy, aged 81. Samuel Cowell beer shop keeper High Street, Walworth, Surrey, died 7/7/1878 in the Walworth Infirmary intestate, of decay and diarrhoea, aged 62. Mrs Jane Cowell, his widow, of Church Lane, Mitcham, Surrey, died 3/1/1862, of pneumonia, aged 65 Application 23947

COWELL, William storeman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 200/86

COWEY, Mr shoemaker Yankalilla 1864 Application 5213

COWHAM, RH of Adelaide 1881 Memorial 207/331

No 1

COWIE, Henry merchant Kensington 1854 Memorial 309/73

COWIE, Henry wine and spirit merchant Kensington 1855 Memorial 107/93

COWIE, Henry merchant Adelaide 1862 Memorial 90/181

COWIE, Henry merchant Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 263/194

COWIE, Robert brewer Kooringa 1851[-1857] Memorial 302/35.

COWIN, Margaret spinster Pine Creek 1885 Memorial 28/370

COWIN, Thomas farmer Hundred of Kanyaka 1885 Memorial 177/369

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK

COWIN, William farmer near Allendale near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 148 County Victoria

COWIN, William farmer Boolcunda Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 237/369

COWIN, Adela Janet widow Cottonville relict of the late William Cowin [d 25/10/1907] formerly pensioner Cottonville but now deceased 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 25 County Adelaide

COWLAND, Richard labourer Beverley Co Adelaide. Hundred of North Rhine land grant 1900 Grant Book 17 Page 34 County Eyre

No 1

COWLE, Charles Tobin bank manager Adelaide 1878[-1891] Memorial 176/348

COWLE, Charles Tobin manager of the English, Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank Adelaide branch 1880 Memorial 95/325, Application 18342

COWLE, Charles Tobin manager E, S & A Bank Adelaide branch 1894 Memorial 25/423

COWLE, Charles Tobin gentleman Adelaide 1895 Application 22934

COWLE, Charles Tobin bank manager Adelaide Hundred of Burdett land grant 1895 Grant Book 54 Page 63 County Russell

COWLE, Charles Tobin formerly bank manager but now gentleman Adelaide 1905 Memorial 216/453

COWLED, Augustus John farmer Clinton 1886 Memorial 241/378

No 1

COWLED, Charles farmer Hoiles Plains 1866 Memorial 192/210

COWLED, Charles farmer formerly of Skillogolee Creek but now of Rochester Vic 1876 Memorial 130/289

COWLED, Charles farmer formerly of Skillogolee Creek but now of near Junee Junction NSW 1903 Memorial 206/448

COWLED, Humphrey and John the Elder farmers Hoiles Plains. John Cowled the Younger also mentioned but not described 1866 Memorial 192/210

No 1

COWLED, Humphrey David farmer the Broughton Hundred of Redhill land grants 1876[-1882] Grant Book 14 Page 363 County Daly

COWLED, Humphrey David farmer The Broughton Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 495 County Frome

COWLED, Humphrey David farmer Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 166 County Daly

COWLED, Humphrey David farmer Broughton Co Daly. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883[-1885] Grant Book 60 Page 298 County Victoria

COWLED, Humphrey David farmer Hundred of Pirie 1883[-1885] Memorial 229/364

COWLED, Humphrey David farmer Lower Broughton 1884[-1900] Memorial 227/364

No 1 - the Elder

COWLED, John yeoman Adelaide 1841 Application 16966

COWLED, John farmer Islington 1848 Memorial 63/11 Farmer Gawler River 1850[-1853] Foundation trustee of the Gawler River Primitive Methodist Chapel and school 1850 Memorial 327/26

COWLED, John stockholder Gawler River 1878 Memorial 109/306

COWLED, John farmer Islington and Sarah Cowled his wife 1853 Memorial 111/46

COWLED, John farmer Skillogolee Creek Upper Wakefield 1856[-1859] Upper Wakefield District Councillor Memorial 375/96

COWLED, John farmer near Watervale 1860 Application 1397

COWLED, John farmer formerly of Gawler River but now of Parooka near Watervale 1860[-1866] Memorial 40/162

COWLED, John farmer Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 356 County Daly

COWLED, John farmer formerly of Skillogolee Creek but now of Broughton 1876 Memorial 130/289

COWLED, John farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Co Daly. trustee Bible Christian Mission House Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 221 County Victoria

COWLED, John of Pt Wakefield 1879 Memorial 88/377

No 1 - the Younger

COWLED, John the Younger farmer Upper Wakefield 1867 Memorial 75/224

COWLED, John the Younger farmer Hoyleton Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 366 County Daly

COWLED, John the Younger farmer Hoiles Plains 1868 Memorial 15/229

COWLED, John the Younger farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

COWLED, John the Younger farmer Sea View Farm Clinton 1881 Memorial 138/330

COWLED, John the Younger farmer Clinton. Father of Augustus John Cowled farmer Clinton 1882 Memorial 93/337

COWLED, John the Younger farmer Hundred of Clinton 1885[-1886] Memorial 198/368

COWLED, John the Younger farmer formerly of Clinton but now of Wagga Wagga NSW 1888[-1895] Memorial 139/391

COWLED, John farmer formerly of Hoyles Plains but now of Wagga Wagga NSW 1895 Application 23042

COWLED, John farmer formerly of Skillogolee Creek but now of Toowoomba Qld 1903 Memorial 206/448

COWLED, Oswald Harold farmer Pt Pirie, became a bankrupt in 1912. Charles BUDGE clerk of the local court of insolvency Gladstone, trustee for the assigned estate Grant Book 60 Page 400 County Victoria

No 1

COWLEY, Daniel farmer Plympton 1853[-1854] Memorial 141/48

COWLEY, Daniel gold miner Amherst Vic. He owned land in Survey B near Adelaide 1870 Memorial 43/247

No 1

COWLEY, Edwin Charles farmer Reynella 1891 Memorial 115/407

COWLEY, Edwin Charles labourer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 95 County Daly

COWLEY, Herbert Thomas farmer Smithfield 1926 Application 27524

COWLEY, John labourer Tatiara. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1873 Grant Book 7 Page 38 County Buckingham. Farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1874 Grant Book 7 Page 38 County Buckingham

No 1

COWLEY, Joseph Albion linked with William James Morgan Cowley Section 593 Hundred of Kadina Co Daly 1892 Memorial 180/414

COWLEY, Joseph Albion farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1901 Grant Book 14 Page 249 County Daly

No 1

COWLEY, Robert farmer Edwardstown/Plympton?? 1851 Application 28005

COWLEY, Robert farmer Plympton. Plympton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1853 Memorial 470/53

COWLEY, Robert the Elder of Lower Plympton, died 31/7/1868. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Cowley, for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. By 1870, Mrs Cowley lived in Amherst Vic. In 1870, the children lived as follows - Albion Cowley innkeeper Amherst Vic, Joseph Fisher Cowley innkeeper Amherst Vic, Thomas Cowley farmer Reynella, Daniel Cowley gold miner Amherst Vic and Caroline MILLER nee Cowley wife of Robert Miller upholsterer Castlemaine Vic Memorial 46/247

No 2

COWLEY, Robert farmer Adelaide 1870 Memorial 42/247

No 3

COWLEY, Robert farmer Lochiel trustee unnamed Chapel in the Hundred of Cameron 1896 Grant Book 15 Page 31 County Daly

No 1

COWLEY, Thomas farmer Hurtle Vale 1852 Memorial 369/42

COWLEY, Thomas farmer Reynella 1857[-1876] Memorial 132/122

COWLEY, Thomas farmer Reynella. Congregational Chapel member 1866[1875] Memorial 60/210

COWLEY, Thomas farmer O'Halloran Hill 1867 Memorial 61/222

COWLEY, Thomas farmer Reynella 1878 Memorial 97/305

COWLEY, Thomas and Thomas Mann Cowley farmers Kadina 1887 Memorial 215/386

COWLEY, Thomas farmer Kadina 1890[-1902] Memorial 89/405

COWLEY, Thomas farmer formerly of Reynella but now of Kadina 1894 Memorial 211/421

COWLEY, Thomas farmer Alabama Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 250 County Daly

No 2

COWLEY, Thomas doctor Adelaide 1897 Application 23386

COWLEY, Thomas Charlton of Pt Lincoln. Executor for the estate of the late James Benjamin HARVEY Esquire Pt Lincoln, ‘whose personal estate is not sufficient to meet his debts’ 1843 Application 19029

No 1

COWLEY, Thomas Mann farmer near Kadina 1897[-1902] Memorial 207/430

COWLEY, Thomas Mann farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1904[-1910] Grant Book 14 Page 251 County Daly

COWLEY, William wood and coal merchant Torquay St, Glenelg, son-in-law of Frederick GRIMWOOD labourer New Glenelg 1881 Application 18741

No 1 – perhaps the same person

COWLEY, William David agent Adelaide 1920 Memorial 197/481

COWLEY, William David bushman Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1923[-1925] Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

COWLEY, William James Morgan farmer Kadina 1901 Memorial 144/444

COWLING, Alfred John bootmaker Bowden 1946 Memorial 26/520

COWLING, James Henry District Clerk Norton Summit, died 10/11/1953 South Tce, Adelaide. He left his market garden and his East End Market shares to his son, William Richard Cowling gardener Norton Summit, aged 48 in 1954. He left his Austin motor car to his grandson James Richard Cowling. Money to his daughters - Lilian Maud Cowling and Adelaide Mabel Cowling. One of the Cowling daughters must have married Clarence Middleton GRIGGS Superintendent of High Schools 35 Hughes St, North Unley, aged 57 in 1954 Application 29067

COWLING, John miner Kapunda 1874 Application 13488

No 1

COWLING, Thomas mine captain Yelta Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

COWLING, Captain Thomas agent Moonta Mines 1883 Application 19720

COWLING, Richard miner Yelta Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 170 County Fergusson

COWLING, W? clerk Moonta 1877 Memorial 135/300

COWMAN, John draper Kent Town and Hannah Cowman his wife 1877 Memorial 38/304

COWMAN, John Avery draper Adelaide 1886 Application 20928

No 1

COWMAN, Samuel carpenter Norwood 1851[-1867] Memorial 172/34

COWMAN, Samuel carpenter Norwood, died 7/11/1877 Memorial 217/304

COWMAN, Samuel carpenter Norwood, died c1877. His widow, Anna Cowman, died 12/11/1878, of pycemia fracture of the leg, aged 71. Their daughter, Clementina Emma Cowman, died 26/6/1883 Parkside Asylum, of sarcoma and amentia, aged 38 Application 20928

No 1

COWPER, CW of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1854 Memorial 308/67

COWPER, Charles William storeman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 142/78

COWPER, Charles William licensed victualler Kooringa 1859 Memorial 208/160, Application 1004

COWPER, Charles W sheep farmer Kooringa 1865 Memorial 196/204

No 1

COWPER, Frederick licensed victualler Kooringa 7-year lease at £350 a year from William PAXTON Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas for the Miner's Arms Tavern Kooringa 1861 Memorial 267/177

COWPER, Frederick gentleman Kooringa 1865 Memorial 239/202

COWPER, Frederick farmer Kooringa 1867 Memorial 248/224

No 1

COWPER, Robert publican Kooringa 1856 Memorial 236/104

COWPER, Robert licensed victualler Kooringa, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Henry AYERS Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA investments 18/12/1857 Deposit 162/1866

COWPERTHWAITE, John BA Methodist minister Parkside 1903 Memorial 206/448

COWSHAM, Richard Henry law clerk Adelaide 1884 Application 20340

COX, Alexander George civil engineer formerly of Tientsin, China but now of Adelaide 1924 Memorial 20/492

COX, Alfred farm labourer Yatala Vale and Laura Cox his wife 1910 Application 25836

COX, Arthur Percival general agent Medindie 1935, declared he was born on 12/6/1867 at Walkerville, the son of Richard Baxter Cox solicitor. AP Cox used to assist his father with his legal work. AP Cox described as a retired civil servant Tennyson St, Medindie in January 1936 Applications 27924 and 27986

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COX, Benjamin farmer Walkerville 1854[-1859] Memorial 57/72

COX, Benjamin farmer Tea Tree Gully and Harriet Cox nee FLAVELL his wife, daughter of John Flavell farmer Tea Tree Gully 1864[-1867] Memorial 162/193

COX, Benjamin yeoman Tea Tree Gully 1870[-1871] Memorial 82/250

COX, Benjamin farmer Tea Tree Gully 1876 Application 14822

COX, Benjamin labourer Hampstead 1877 Memorial 184/304

COX, Benjamin labourer Dry Creek 1881 Application 18840

COX, Benjamin farmer Dry Creek 1881[-1890] Memorial 4/335

COX, Benjamin yeoman formerly of Tea Tree Gully but then of Crystal Brook, died 6/5/1890. Husband of Harriet Cox. Children referred to but not named. Estate worth £446 Memorial 125/403

COX, Benjamin farmer Dry Creek 1903 Memorial 58/449

No 1

COX, Charles farmer Brighton 1854[-1873] Memorials 357/79 & 53/161

COX, Charles farmer New Brighton 1865 Application 6538

No 2

COX, Charles carter Houghton 1864 Application 5185

No 3

COX, Charles farmer Shoreham 1865 Application 6497

No 4

COX, Charles saddler Aldinga and Mary Edith Cox his wife 1896 Application 23056

No 1

COX, Charles B clerk to Messrs MATTHEWS & COX solicitors Adelaide (Pirie St) 1881 Memorial 51/332

COX, Charles B articled clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 234/365

COX, Charles Baxter articled clerk Adelaide 1918 Application 26712

COX, Christopher painter and glazier Gawler 1857[-1866] Memorial 132/146

No 1

COX, Daniel farmer Morphett Vale 1848. Linked with William GALE farmer Morphett Vale Enrolment 62/14

COX, Daniel farmer Morphett Vale 1852 Memorial 78/44

COX, Daniel and William farmers Morphett Vale 1869 Memorial 241/240

No 1

COX, David farmer Aldinga 1878 Memorial 183/313

COX, David farmer Aldinga, died 29/7/1878, of bronchopneumonia, aged 33 Application 19733

No 1

COX, Edward stone mason Adelaide 1863 Memorial 74/188

COX, Edward stone mason Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 77/248

No 2

COX, Edward saddler Aberdeen 1900 Memorial 194/440

No 3

COX, Edward labourer Penola 1910 Application 28466

No 4

COX, Edward greengrocer Mill St, Clarence Park and Margaret Cox his wife 1916 Application 26514

No 1

COX, Edwin and William carriers Adelaide 1848 Memorial 291/12

COX, Edwin licensed victualler North Adelaide 1854. Linked with William Cox labourer Adelaide Memorial 72/76

No 1

COX, Edwin J clerk to Messrs MATTHEWS, COX & WADEY solicitors Adelaide 1870 Memorial 87/248

COX, Edwin J law clerk Adelaide 1872 Memorial 189/262

COX, Edwin John law clerk, son of John COX the Younger publican 96Hampstead 1876 Application 14903

COX, Edwin J solicitor Kadina 1876 Memorial 149/292

COX, Edwin John solicitor Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 234 County Daly

COX, Edwin John solicitor Adelaide (Coleridge Chambers, King William St) 1901 Memorial 206/442

COX, Ernest Robert storekeeper Peterborough 1918 Application 26710

COX, Elizabeth Jane widow Clare 1882 Memorial 196/338

COX, Ethel May married woman Burra North, aged 50 in 1952, declared that she had lived in Burra for over 30 years. Esther Beatrice WALKER left her Burra real estate in her will when she died in 1946 Application 28788

COX, Francis William minister of the gospel Adelaide, and Mary Ainsley Cox his wife formerly MA ALDERSEY spinster McLaren Vale 1887 Memorial 3/384

COX, Frederick of Crystal Brook 1891[-1896] Memorial 165/410

No 1

COX, Gabriel farmer White Gully near Willunga 1851[-1857] Memorial 202/32

COX, Gabriel farmer Aldinga 1856[-1881] Memorial 128/97

COX, Gabriel farmer Aldinga 1885 Application 20415

COX, Gabriel farmer Aldinga, died 7/1/1892. His estate worth £10,700. His wife, Louisa Cox, to get £200 as soon as possibe after his death. If she wanted any household articles, the value of the ones she chose to be deducted from the £200. The trustees to pay her £200 a year for life, then £250 to his daughter, Theresa Culley wife of Frank Culley farmer Aldinga, for her lifetime (she got £200 a year while her mother lived), then the capital trust fund to her children in equal shares 1927 Application 27584

COX, Gabriel farmer Aldinga, died 7/1/1892. His wife, Louisa Cox, to inherit absolutely the personal estate she chooses and have the right to live in the farm house in trust for the rest of her life; also to get £200 cash soon after her husband died. After Louisa Cox died, the property to remain in trust for his daughter, Therese CULLEY, wife of Frank Culley farmer Aldinga, for life, then to her sons in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant, after the daughters had been paid out. Trustees William GOODE storekeeper Aldinga and Lewis FIDGE farmer Aldinga. The Cox Estate was still operating in the 1930s, after a number of changes of trustees through death Enrolment 68/55

COX, Louisa widow of the late Gabriel Cox, died 11/5/1909 Aldinga, of senile decay, aged 93. Born in London, England, she had lived in SA for 70 years. Married aged 22. 1 son living Application 27953

COX, Gabriel farmer Aldinga, died c1894. Estate worth £10,700 Memorial 143/435

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

COX, George brickmaker Norwood 1853[-1854] linked with James Cox bricklayer Norwood Memorial 231/53

COX, George brickmaker Hindmarsh 1855[-1856] Memorial 105/83

COX, George and James brickmakers Norwood 1855[-1878] Memorial 309/91

COX, George the Elder, George the Younger and James brickmakers Norwood 1871 Memorial 88/253

COX, George the Elder and Younger brickmakers Norwood 1878[-1880] Memorial 183/311

COX, George and James brickmakers Norwood were brothers 1861. George Cox still alive in 1890 Application 21950

COX, George the Elder died 22/8/1891. James Cox died 15/5/1885. His widow, Mary Cox, died 13/2/1886. John and Thomas Cox brickmakers Norwood 1914 also belonged to this family. Family friend Thomas JACKSON died 2/5/1889. Another friend, George John OUTLAW, died 15/6/1896. His widow, Helen Outlaw, lived at Kent Town in 1914 Memorial 134/471

COX, George [formerly the Younger] and Thomas Cox both brickmakers Norwood 1903 Memorial 182/449

COX, George brickmaker Osmond Tce, Norwood 1906 Application 25144

COX, George gentleman Magill Rd, Norwood, died 25/4/1912. Husband of Hannah Cox. Father of Alexander George Cox and Mary Ann CORDEAUX widow Norwood Memorials 187 & 188/470

COX, George gentleman Magill Rd, Norwood, died 23/4/1912. He left legacies to his wife, Hanna Cox, his son Alexander George Cox and his daughter Mary Ann CORDEAUX. Estate worth £3,201 Application 26343

No 2

COX, George labourer Dry Creek 1857[-1859] Memorial 318/127

COX, George Lissant merchant Spring Bank, near Liverpool, Lancs, England, died 2/7/1860. He left his estate in trust for life to his wife, Jane Cox. Afterwards, various bequests absolutely in remainder expectant to the children, in proportion as their father had helped them during his lifetime. One son, George Frederick Cox retired iron merchant New Inn Marshside, Southport, Lancs, committed suicide 21/4/1868, by shooting himself with a small pistol in his head in a stable, aged 58. He had been suffering from nervous depression for some years. Inquest 23/4/1868. Richard Vaughan YATES Esquire formerly iron merchant in partnership with GL Cox. RV Yates died 30/11/1856 at The Shrubbery, Aighwith Road, Toxteth P:ark, near Liverpool, of 5 weeks’ paralysis, aged 71. Percy Castleton DOVE bank agent Pt Lincoln appointed to administer the Cox Estate in SA 9/3/1872 Deposit 197/1872

COX, George Montague bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1918[-1921] Memorial 56/477

COX, George William jeweller Adelaide 1936. He died in 1937 Application 28039

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COX, Henry carrier Unley 1842 Memorial 55/100

COX, Henry carrier Adelaide 1846. Section 375 Hundred of Willunga land grant Memorial 254/8

COX, Henry farmer Noarlunga 1851 Application 3346.

COX, Henry farmer formerly of Adelaide, but now of Willunga 1856 Memorial 353/100

COX, Henry farmer Aldinga 1857 Memorial 94/131

COX, Henry farmer Aldinga 1864 Application 5155.

COX, Henry farmer Aldinga 1881 Application 18484

No 2 - perhaps the same person

COX, Henry wheelwright Adelaide (Hindley St) 1859 Memorial 178/150

COX, Henry blacksmith Adelaide 1860 Memorial 28/163

No 3

COX, Henry farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 105 County Robe

No 1

COX, James and George brickmakers Norwood 1853 Memorial 297/59

COX, James brickmaker Norwood, died 1885. Trustees: John George OUTLAW draper Kensington and Thomas JACKSON hairdresser Adelaide (Rundle St) Memorial 79/382

COX, James Bishop butcher Clarendon 1886 Memorial 101/380

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COX, Job labourer Sydenham St, Norwood 1854[-1857] Memorial 193/75

COX, Job labourer Clare 1858[-1869] Memorial 49/133

COX, Job sometimes called Joseph Cox labourer Clare 1869 Application 12652

COX, Job farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 75 County Dalhousie

COX, Job gentleman Clare Co Stanley. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 10 County Newcastle

No 1 - the Elder

COX, John farmer [probably the Elder] Walkerville 1845[-1846] Memorial 315/4

COX, John the Elder yeoman Walkervilled, died 4/1/1867. His wife, Elizabeth Cox, to inherit his personal estate absolutely. His real estate to go into trust, and the proceeds to go to his wife for life, and 10/- a week to his son, Richard Baxter Cox, until he reached the age of 15 years [The will made in 1852 when RB Cox was still a minor]. When the widow died and Richard Cox had reached 15 years of age, the executors, his sons, John Cox the Younger publican Hampstead and Benjamin Cox yeoman Tea Tree Gully, to sell the real estate and share the proceeds equally amongst the children of John Cox the Elder. Estate worth £100 Application 11695

No 2- the Younger

COX, John the Younger carrier Walkerville 1849 Memorial 326/14

COX, John the Younger farmer Walkerville 1850 Memorial 278/19

COX, John [formerly the Younger] licensed victualler Hampstead [also known as Upper Walkerville] 1871[-1879] Memorial 68/253

COX, Sarah widow Upper Walkerville, died 19/5/1915. Estate worth £800. Mother of Edwin John Cox solicitor Adelaide (National Mutual Building, King William St) Memorial 60/473

COX, Sarah widow Upper Walkerville, died 19/5/1915. She left her £800 estate to her trustee, her son Edwin John COX solicitor Adelaide, to sell and then divide the proceeds equally amongst her children Application 27484

No 3

COX, John bricklayer Adelaide 1847[-1853] Memorial 207/8

COX, John bricklater Adelaide, likely to be in Victoria for a time, power of attorney to Richard HICKS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/6/1854 Deposit 201/OA

COX, John bricklayer Adelaide, but at present absent therefrom in Victoria 1854 Memorial 489/73

COX, John stonemason Adelaide 1857 Memorial 1/114

COX, John builder Adelaide 1860 Memorial 146/166

COX, John stonemason Adelaide 1857 Memorial 1/114

COX, John builder Adelaide 1860 Memorial 146/166

COX, John builder Adelaide, died c1866 Application 20365

No 4

COX, John publican Bowden 1876 Memorial 214/293

COX, John licensed victualler Bowden, died c late 1878- 1879 Memorial 226/312

No 5

COX, John miner Kapunda 1849[-1853] Memorial 113/25

No 6

COX, John farmer Currency Creek 1853[-1866] Memorial 117/56

COX, John farmer Currency Creek 1872 Application 11954

COX, John farmer Currency Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 154 County Victoria

No 7

COX, John cooper Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 19/78

No 8

COX, John solicitor Adelaide linked with William Cox blacksmith North Adelaide 1890 Memorial 88/406

COX, John brickmaker Osmond Tce, Norwood 1906 Application 25144.

COX, John brickmaker Osmond Tce, Norwood 1914. Son of James Cox brickmaker Norwood, who died 15/5/1885, leaving an estate of £12. James Cox's widow, Mary Cox, died 13/2/1886. James and Mary Cox's daughter, Emily Martha Cox, married Louis Henri Lambert SUHARD on 10/1/1883 Application 26343.

COX, John out of business Beulah Rd, Norwood 1936, born 30/10/1860, son of James Cox. A life-time resident of Maylands and Norwood, he declared that he was a cousin of George Cox the Younger (who died 23/4/1912), son of George Cox the Elder brickmaker Norwood (who died 22/8/1891, of senile decay, aged 89. Born in London In SA 72 years. Married aged 19; 1 son 1 daughter living; 2 daughters deceased). George Cox the Younger's wife was called Hannah Cox (died Nov 1924). George Cox the Younger had a son, Alexander George Cox, and a daughter, Mary Ann CORDEAUX (of Magill Rd, Norwood until 1924; then Henley Beach, where she died 1934). GW Cox the Jeweller was another son. AG Cox engineer formerly of Brier Holme, Norwood afterwards of Hankow in China late of Summerhill Lindfield, Sussex, England, died 7/11/1930. He was married, but his wife not named Application 28039.

COX, John and COX, Thomas brickmakers Osmond Tce, Norwood 1914 . Links with James Cox and George Cox the Elder brickmakers Norwood 1854. George Cox brickmaker Norwood, died 22/8/1891 intestate and a widower. Letters of administration to his son, Thomas Cox brickmaker Norwood. Estate worth £5. James Cox brickmaker Norwood, died 15/5/1885. His estate worth £100. His widow, Mary Cox, to get the whole of his personal estate absolutely. The executors to sell the real estate and invest the principle in trust to give the interest to his wife, Mary Cox, for life, then the principle to be divided into two equal shares - one half to the son, John Cox absolutely; the other half in trust to the daughter, Emma Martha Cox, for life, then if she had no children, to her brother John Cox absolutely in remainder expectant. Widow Mary Cox died 13/2/1886 Stephen St, Norwood, of traumatic gangrene and septic pneumonia, aged 58 Application 26400

No 9

COX, John farmer Morphett Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 379 County Daly

COX, John farmer Clement Gap trustee Institute Clements Gap 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

COX, John Daniel farmer Clement Gap trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

COX, John Lewis farmer Morphett Vale and Annie Elizabeth Cox his wife 1917 Memorial 31/476

COX, Katherine Haydon spinster Wakefield St, Adelaide 1915 Application 26446

No 1

COX, Luke baker Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 268/30

COX, Luke labourer Hindmarsh 1855[-1861] Memorial 211/91

COX, Luke labourer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Islington 1866 Memorial 238/214

COX, Luke labourer Caroline St, Islington, died 16/10/1867. Estate worth £140. By 1899, his widow, Hannah Cox, had remarried to John BURDON of Islington and Prospect and had been widowed again. Memorials 197 & 232/437

COX, Melville Martyn monumental mason Moonta 1925 Memorial 32/494

COX, Philip farmer Para Wirra 1895 Application 22991

No 1

COX, Richard labourer Hindmarsh purchased land in Nailsworth 1849 Memorial 394/16

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

COX, Richard printer Adelaide purchased land in Upper Walkerville [His daughter Mrs William PYBUS Junr nee Sarah Cox eventually lived on part of this land] 1853[-1854] Memorial 14/48

COX, Richard yeoman Upper Walkerville, died 17/6/1867. He left land in Walkerville to his four daughters - Sarah PYBUS widow Upper Walkerville, Mary Ann HAGEDORN, wife of Friedrich Hagedorn painter Adelaide, Eliza Cox spinster Walkerville, and Emma WYER wife of Charles Sempronius Wyer gentleman Walkerville. Richard Cox also linked with part lot 136 at Hindmarsh Memorial 58/223, Application 25867.

No 3

COX, Richard painter The Sturt 1852[-1856] Memorial 115/44

COX, Richard painter Kangarilla 1876 Memorial 123/291

COX, Richard painter formerly of The Sturt but now of Kangarilla 1882 Application 18986.

COX, Richard gentleman Kangarilla, died 16/12/1899. Estate worth £575. Husband of Mary Ann Cox. Bequests to - Mary Ann MICHELMORE (his maid), William George PIKE, Frances Amelia Parker BRYAN, Henry BRYAN, Sarah LOCKIER wife of Samuel Lockier of Kangarilla, Richard COX, John STENSON, George THREADGOLD the Elder gentleman Kangarilla, James DOWLING farmer Kangarilla, Henry BRYAN Application 28658

COX, Richard gentleman Kangarilla, died 16/12/1899. Husband of Mary Ann Cox. Beneficiaries mentioned in his will - Mary Ann MICHELMORE, William George PIKE, Frances Amelia Parker RYAN, Henry BRYAN, Sarah Lockier wife of Samuel Lockier of Kangarilla, Charles THREDGOLD the Elder, William Thredgold of Yankalilla, James DOWLING of Kangarilla Memorial 200/439

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

COX, Richard farmer Section 875 Survey C 1859 Memorial 156/156

COX, Richard and Thomas labourers Kangarilla 1868 Memorial 49/233

COX, Richard overseer of roads Eyre Flat 1899 Memorial 107/438

No 5

COX, Richard gentleman Clarendon 1865[-1872] Memorial 176/206

No 1

COX, Richard B clerk to Messrs SMITH & CULLEN solicitors Adelaide 1856 Memorial 24/108

COX, Richard B articled clerk to Matthew SMITH solicitor Adelaide and Highgate 1858 Memorial 327/144

COX, Richard B of King William St, Adelaide 1856 Memorial 332/111

COX, Richard Baxter clerk to LM CULLEN solicitor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 286/129

COX, Richard B articled clerk to John RUDALL solicitor Adelaide mid 1860 Memorial 214/165

COX, Richard B of No 2 Commercial Bank Chambers King William St, Adelaide 1897 Memorial 232/432

COX, Richard Baxter solicitor North East Road, died 12/8/1899, of peritonitis and cardiac failure, aged 59 Application 26461

No 1 - perhaps the same person

COX, Robert stone cutter Adelaide 1846 Memorial 448/6

COX, Robert John stone mason formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 414/22

COX, Sylvester cordwainer Houghton 1862 Application 3156

No 1

COX, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 257/47

COX, Thomas yeoman Walkerville, died 29/6/1868. Estate worth £400. Various land in Walkerville in trust with Richard Baxter Cox gentleman Walkerville and John Cox publican Hampstead, to benefit his grandson, Thomas Phillis, son of his late daughter, Harriet PHILLIS wife of William Phillis farmer near Mt Pleasant, with the income from the land until he reached 21, then to inherit the property absolutely. If Thomas Phillis failed to survive his minority, the land to go into trust for Thomas COX’s daughter, Caroline GARRETT [husband Robert Garrett], for life, then to the surviving children of Harriet Phillis absolutely in remainder expectant Application 21920

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

COX, Thomas storekeeper Mintaro 1854[-1856] Memorial 158/67

COX, Thomas storekeeper Mintaro Hundred of Stanley land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 149 County Stanley

COX, Thomas storekeeper Mintaro 1863 Application 3888

COX, Thomas gentleman Mintaro, power of attorney to Arthur KING Esquire Clare, to manage his Australian business affairs 16/2/1866 Deposit 270/1866

COX, Thomas formerly of Mintaro but now absent from the province 1866 Memorial 206/210

COX, Thomas gentleman formerly of Mintaro but now in parts beyond the seas 1866[-1871] Memorial 87/217

COX, Thomas formerly storekeeper Mintaro 1854 but now Esquire of parts beyond the seas 1872 Application 12180

COX, Thomas gentleman formerly of Mintaro but now of Exmouth in England 1877 Memorial 70/297

No 3

COX, Thomas labourer Section 877 Survey C 1860 Memorial 217/168

COX, Thomas labourer [formerly of Section 877 but now of] Kangarilla 1868 Memorial 49/233

COX, Thomas [formerly labourer but now] farmer Kangarilla 1875 Memorial 58/279

No 4

COX, Thomas stonemason Adelaide 1861[-1870] Memorial 153/172

COX, Thomas stone mason Adelaide and Annie Cox his wife 1864 Memorial 167/199

COX, Annie wife of Thomas Cox stone mason South Richmond, died

20/12/1868, of disease of the liver, aged 43 Application 17405

No 5

COX, Thomas farmer Kingston S-E Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 106 County Robe

COX, Thomas farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Binnum land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 147 County MacDonnell

No 6

COX, Thomas brickmaker Osmond Tce, Norwood 1906 Application 25144

COX, Thomas Ephrain farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 56 County Chandos

No 1

COX, William [the Elder; son of John Cox the Elder of Walkerville] sawyer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 293/1

COX, William [formerly sawyer but now] carrier Adelaide 1848 Memorial 291/12

COX, William lived in Adelaide for several years during the late 1830s, variously as a sawyer, carrier and labourer. In 1840, he bought land at Hampstead and became a farmer there until his death on 12/3/1901. Brother to Richard Baxter Cox. A good friend, Peter PEGLER out of business Nailsworth, who had known William Cox since 1840, gave the above information February 1902 Application 24269

COX, William [the Elder] farmer Hampstead, died 12/3/1901. Father of William Cox [the Younger], Richard Cox, Benjamin Cox, Caroline Cox, Fanny Cox, Joseph Cox and grandfather of John Cox. Executor; John WILLIAMS farmer Enfield. The other executor; Richard Baxter Cox, had died before the testator Memorial 230/442

No 2

COX, William labourer Thebarton 1853 Memorial 157/61

No 3

COX, William yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 157/48

No 4

COX, William farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1865] Memorial 483/71, Application 4866

No 5

COX, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1854[-1865] Memorial 414/68

No 6

COX, William farmer Thorndon Park 1859 Memorial 10/154

No 7

COX, William saddler Hampton near Kooringa 1860[-1863] Memorial 164/161

No 8 - perhaps the same person

COX, William blacksmith Adelaide 1870 Memorial 152/248

COX, William blacksmith North Adelaide (O'Connell St) 1894 Memorial 134/442

No 9

COX, William shepherd Ashbourne 1880 Memorial 72/321

COX, William grazier Ashbourne 1891 Memorial 183/410

No 10

COX, William brickmaker Norwood died c1892 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Charlotte Elizabeth Cox Application 22325

No 1

COX, William Caddy printer Adelaide 1838 Application 1716

COX, William Caddy printer Hampstead near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 9/9

COX, William Caddy gentleman Enfield 1872 Memorial 52/261

COX, William Caddy gentleman Adelaide, about to go abroad for a time, power of attorney to Edwars Marston ASHWIN Secretary to the Adelaide Marine and Fire Assurance Company Adelaide, to administer his SA affairs 25/2/1881 Deposit 20/1882

No 1

COX, William George farmer South Richmond 1852[-1853] Memorial 202/42.

COX, William George farmer South Richmond 1896 Application 23164

No 1

COX, William Henry coachbuilder Adelaide 1873[-892] Memorial 123/266
No 2

COX, William Henry Mayor of Gawler 1921 , declared that he had arrived to live in Gawler during 1857 Application 27014.

COX, William Henry painter Gawler 1927 Application 27562.

COX, William J JP gardener Seaton Park 1929 Memorial 163/501

COX, William Job farmer Coonatto 1897 Memorial 190/430

No 1

COX, William Jones shoemaker Adelaide 1853[-1860] Memorial 365/60

COX, William Jones shoemaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1859 Memorial 178/150

COX, William Jones agent Adelaide (Hindley St) 1874 Application 13314

No 1

COX, William Wilcox farmer Myponga 1862 Memorial 10/186

COX, William Wilcox farmer Myponga, died c1897. He had lived in the district for at least 40 years Application 25628

COX, William Wilcox farmer Myponga, died 25/7/1897. Husband of Isabella Cox Memorial 223/433

No 1

COXELL, John miller Gawler 1858[-1865] Memorial 39/138

COXELL, John licensed victualler Gawler Hundred of Appila land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 490 County Frome

COXELL, John miller Yarcowie 1881 Memorial 107/417

COXON, John farmer The Sturt 1856[-1858] Memorial 131/106

COYLE, Joseph labourer Kooringa 1850 Memorial 216/29

No 1

COYNE, John labourer Bowden 1842 Memorial 454/5

COYNE, John draper Adelaide and Maryann Coyne his wife 1845 Memorial 455/5

COYNE, John general dealer Adelaide and Maryann Coyne his wife 1847 Memorial 336/64

COYNE, John draper Adelaide, died c1865. Father of Thomas BENSON, born 3/12/1843, his adopted son Memorial 136/201

COYNE, Mary Anne widow Adelaide 1865 Memorial 256/203

No 1

COYTE, Samuel labourer Mitcham 1851 Memorial 70/34.

COYTE, Samuel formerly labourer Mitcham 1851 now of Ballarat Vic 1860 Application 2004

COYTE, Samuel labourer formerly of Mitcham but now of Ballarat Vic 1878 Memorial 226/309

COZENS, Charles publican Adelaide (London Hotel Flinders St) 1852 Memorial 363/63

COZENS, Frederick plumber Norwood and Ellen Dibble Cozens his wife 1904 Application 24850

No 1

COZENS, George yeoman Strathalbyn 1859[-1862] Memorial 139/160

COZENS, George auctioneer Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 50/209

COZENS, George licensed victualler Belvidere [Hundred of Bremer]1866 Memorial 150/210

COZENS, George licensed victualler Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 212/230

COZENS, George innkeeper Milang took out a 10-year lease of the Pier Hotel, Milang, provided he made £300 improvements to the hotel, the improvements to be called by public tender and the work supervised by the owner of the hotel, Jemima CHALKLEN widow Milang, relict of the late George Chalklen formerly innkeeper Milang now deceased. Cozens had to pay £130 a year for the 1st 3 years and £156 a year for the remaining 7 years of the lease 1870 Memorial 161/248

COZENS, George formerly yeoman 1862 later auctioneer Strathalbyn now gentleman Norwood 1875 Application 14112

No 1

COZENS, Samuel minister of the Gospel and Ebenezer Cozens schoolmaster both of Tea Tree Gully 1871 Memorial 41/253

No 2

COZENS, Samuel of Minburra 1885 Memorial 89/368

No 1 - likely to be the same person

COZENS, Thomas grazier Minburra 1893 Memorial 26/416

COZENS, Thomas sheepfarmer Yatina 1907 Memorial 91/457

COZENS, William Gordon farmer Black Rock. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1945 Grant Book 13 Page 118 County Dalhousie

No 1

CRABB, Benjamin Richard poultry farmer 22 Government Road, Largs Bay 1946 Memorial 108/520

CRABB, Benjamin Richard poultry farmer formerly of 22 Government Road, Largs Bay but now of Fairford Tce, Semaphore Park 1947 Memorial 137/521, Application 28484

CRABB, Bessie Ann spinster North Adelaide 1871. Linked with William Crabb gentleman Findon Application 11450

No 1

CRABB, Henry saddler Clare 1872[-1879] Memorial 125/258

CRABB, Henry saddler Clare Co Stanley. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 435 County Victoria

CRABB, Henry saddler Clare Co Stanley. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 4 County Dalhousie

CRABB, Henry saddler Clare 1880 Application 18144.

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CRABB, James of Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 464/44

CRABB, James gentleman North Adelaide, died 27/6/1864. He owned London House in Hindley St, Adelaide. His widow, Margaret Crabb, died 31/7/1880. Executor John SMITH died 3/1/1884. Executor James MITCHELL died 20/11/1885 Memorial 65/387

CRABB, Margaret widow McKinnon Parade, North Adelaide, died 31/7/1880, of several years' senile decay, aged 75. Her son, James Crabb, lived in Finniss St, North Adelaide Application 22549

No 1

CRABB, James Albert licensed victualler Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1912 Memorial 186/466

CRABB, James Albert licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now of Maitland 1921, declared that when he was publican of the Little Swamp Hotel near Pt Lincoln between 1905-1911, he often used to chat with the district's oldest residents. He was amazed at the accuracy with which these people referred to land and its owners in pioneer times Application 26781

CRABB, James H land broker Adelaide (29 Alfred Chambers, Currie St) 1923 Memorial 163/488

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CRABB, Richard carpenter Adelaide 1846 Memorial 364/7

CRABB, Richard of Mexican Vale near Angaston 1865 Application 6929

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CRABB/CRABBE, Richard Stapleton [the Elder] veterinary surgeon Adelaide 1851[-1898] Memorial 8/40.

CRABB, Richard Stapleton [the Younger] grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) son of Ann Sowden Crabb no description 1877 Memorial 249/447

CRABB, Robert of Mexican Vale near Angaston 1856 Memorial 45/101

No 1

CRABB, William farmer Rhine and Gawler Special Survey 1847 Memorial 1/8

CRABB, William carpenter North Rhine 1853 Memorial 269/88

CRABB, William farmer and builder North Rhine 1857[-1859] Memorial 208/129

CRABB, William sheep farmer Murray Scrub 1867[-1872] Memorial 24/220

CRABB, William sheep farmer Roonka Roonka near Blanchetown 1880 Memorial 88/326

CRABB, William stockowner near Morgan 1884 Memorial 84/365

No 2

CRABB, William shoemaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 340/17

CRABB, William shoemaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 61/34.

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

CRABB, William formerly bootmaker Adelaide 1859

but now gentleman Findon 1868 Application 9142

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CRABBE, James grocer Adelaide and Ann Margaret Crabb his wife 1849 Memorial 100/14

CRABBE, James gentleman Adelaide (Ottaway Tce, Hindley St) 1858 Memorial 127/145

CRABBE, James gentleman North Adelaide. Father-in-law to John SMITH licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 279/196

No 1

CRACE, Charles painter and glazier Gawler 1846 Memorial 60/7 CRACE, Charles carrier Gawler 1847[-1853] Memorial 34/9 Husband of Emma Crace 1852 Memorial 321/45

CRACE, Charles soda water maker Gawler 1849 Memorial 212/14

CRACE, Charles gingerbeer brewer Gawler 1850 Memorial 287/84

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of C Crace

CRACE, Charles Cartwright cornfactor Gawler and Emma Crace his wife 1866[-1868] Memorial 32/218

CRACE, Charles Cartwright licensed victualler Gawler 1858 Memorial 175/139

CRACE, Henry Dible/Dibble?? corn factor Gawler 1864 Application 5311

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CRACK, Henry farmer Kensington 1857 Memorial 98/131

CRACK, Henry groom North Kensington 1863 Application 4333

CRACK, Robert James farmer Hundred of Erskine 1888 Memorial 13/390

No 1

CRACKLE, Hannah widow near Willaston 1877 Memorial 177/299

CRACKLE, Hannah widow Willaston near Gawler, died c 1897. Major benefaction to her great-niece, Hannah CAMERON daughter of Hugh Cameron of Aroch?? Co Ross, Scotland Memorial 107/433

No 1

CRACKLE, Samuel farmer Gawler 1849[-1857] Memorial 379/13

CRACKLE, Samuel farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1854[-1859] Memorial 438/66

CRACKLE, Samuel farmer Gawler Plains 1858 Memorial 147/134

CRACKLE, Samuel farmer Willaston, died 28/12/1863 near GROTEGUT's, accidentally, aged 48. His widow, Hannah Crackle, died 25/6/1897 Application 26342

CRACKLE, Samuel farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra, died c 1864 . He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Hannah Crackle, for life, then absolutely to his nephew, Oswell Crackle of Langley, Co Derby, England, the son of the testator's brother, Thomas Crackle Memorial 214/192

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CRACKNELL, James farmer The Sturt 1866 Application 7817

CRACKNELL, James farmer Brighton 1874 Memorial 121/275

CRACKNELL, Jemima widow Brighton, widow of James Cracknell labourer The Sturt 1894 Application 22701

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CRADDOCK, Thomas labourer Walkerville 1853[-1858] Memorial 460/54

CRADDOCK, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 143/135

No 1

CRADOCK, Sheldon gentleman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 166/148

CRADOCK, Sheldon formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1859 Memorial 253/161

No 1

CRADDUCK, John Russell gardener Stirling East 1865[-1874] Memorial 182/203

CRADDUCK, John Russell labourer Stirling East 1867 Application 8750

CRADDUCK, John Russell gardener Stirling East and Charlotte Cradduck his wife 1870 Memorial 206/246

CRADDUCK, John Russell contractor Stirling East 1873 Memorial 183/269

CRADDUCK, John Russell contractor Crafers 1880[-1881] Memorial 106/322

CRADDUCK, John Russell of Stirling East, died 16/1/1883. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Charlotte Cradduck, for life then to his brother-in-law, James DURRANT farmer Clarendon absolutely Memorial 6/348

CRADDUCK, John Russell married Charlotte Cradduck, his wife, c1843. No family of the marriage. JR Cradduck gardener Stirling East, died 16/1/1883. His widow, Charlotte Cradduck, had move to Clarendon by 1885 Application 20472

No 1

CRAFER, David publican Stringy Bark Forest Mt Lofty near Adelaide 1839. His signature appears on a document.

Application 19984

CRAFER, David of Brighton formerly innkeeper Norfolk Hotel Stringybark Forest The Tiers 1842 Memorial 378/37

CRAFER family (children of the late David Crafer formerly publican Crafers) likely to include - Emily Rhoda Crafer spinster Brighton, Mary Ann ROBINSON nee Crafer wife of John Jesse Robinson farmer Brighton, Charlotte LANE wife of William Lane farmer Lacepede Bay and Annie LEWIS wife of James Lewis master mariner Lacepede Bay 1866 Memorial 60/218

CRAFER, David publican Adelaide, died 15/8/1842, lung inflammation, 108aged 46 Application 18413.108108

CRAFER, Annis under age spinster Brighton married James LEWIS 21 years 108108bachelor master mariner Pt Adelaide on 28/2/1865 church not stated. Witnesses: JJ Robinson, Emily R Crafer Application 18413 108

CRAFER, Mellissa daughter of the late David Crafer, died 9/4/1850 Brighton, of typhus fever, aged 12 years. Her sister, Emily Rhoda Crafer married Edward Lloyd FINEY farmer Brighton (Father: Francis Finey) on 21/5/1865 St Jude's Brighton. Witnesses: JJ ROBINSON farmer Brighton and Emily Rhodea Finey. Witnesses JJ ROBINSON farmer Brighton and Emily Chambers of Brighton Application 18413

CRAFTER, Henry Peter farmer Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1877 Grant Book 31 Page 222 County Grey

No 1

CRAFTER, Richard carpenter Mt Barker 1856[-1857] Memorial 93/109

No 2

CRAFTER, Richard chemist Willunga 1857[-1858] Memorial 207/130

CRAFTER, Richard chemist Willunga 1862 Application 3318

No 3

CRAFTER, Richard of Thebarton 1888 Memorial 50/395

No 1

CRAFTS, Samuel woodman Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 Memorial 225/130

CRAFTS, Samuel formerly woodman Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 now fishmonger Dunedin New Zealand 1878 Application 16711

CRAGEN, AL clerk North Adelaide (Finniss St) 1910 Memorial 81/463
No 1

CRAGEN, John Colonial Office messenger Adelaide 1839 Application 13960

CRAGEN, John yeoman Adelaide 1840 later died date uCnknown. His widow [Bridget Cragen] remarried John WARHURST of the Black Swan publican family North Tce, Adelaide. She had bought sub-lots 6, 7 of Lot 190 in Hindmarsh, which she sold to the REEVES family 1847 Application 20469

No 1

CRAGEN, Thomas licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1871[-1873] Memorial 159/253

CRAGEN, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide 1873[-1877] Memorial 77/269

CRAIG, Alexander farmer Hammond 1901 Memorial 45/442

CRAIG, Anthony the Younger farmer Rochester Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 91 County Stanley

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CRAIG, Archibald farmer Clare 1857[-1863] Memorial 141/114

CRAIG, Archibald farmer Clare 1863 Application 3856

CRAIG, Archibald farmer White Hut Co Stanley 1864 Memorial 264/194

CRAIG, Archibald farmer formerly of White Hut Co Stanley 1864 now of near Clare 1870 Application 10710

CRAIG, Archibald farmer Clare Hundred of Hart land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 492 County Stanley

CRAIG, Archibald farmer Stanley Flat near Clare 1874 Application 13280

CRAIG, Archibald the Younger farmer Hundred of Uroonda 1886[-1891] Memorial 32/374

CRAIG, Archibald the Younger farmer Koolunga 1897 Memorial 134/433

CRAIG, Basil Tudor doctor of divinity Mt Gambier 1879 Memorial 11/316

CRAIG, Duncan drover Adelaide, power of attorney to Richard Nevile COLLEY land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 10/10/1884 Deposit 218/1885

CRAIG, Edward William formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of Hawker 1892 Memorial 24/415

No 1

CRAIG, George of near Mt Barker 1876 Memorial 124/289

CRAIG, George farmer Mt Barker 1901. Father of David and William Craig. George Craig the Younger mentioned - not clear whether this is the above George Craig or one of his sons Application 24174

No 1

CRAIG, James gentleman Craigbank Morphett Vale 1840[-1862] Memorial 451/1 Husband of Janet Hunter Craig 1854[-1862] Memorial 190/76

CRAIG, James farmer Morphett Vale, died 25/11/1862, of heart disease, aged 58. He was in SA by late 1839. Following his death, his widow, Janet Hunter Craig, moved to Carrington St, Adelaide 1890 Application 21974

CRAIG, James farmer Morphett Vale, died 25/11/1862, of heart disease, aged 58. His widow, Janet Houston Craig nee HUNTER, had retained her maiden name upon marriage, generally known as Janet Hunter Craig. She went to live in Carrington St, Adelaide. She died c1895. Her son-in-law, Richard Frank HUMPHRIS farmer Telowie, was her sole executor and trustee Application 23015

CRAIG, James farmer Morphett Vale, died c1862. His whole estate to his wife, Janet Hunter Craig absolutely Enrolment 29/51

CRAIG, Janet Hunter widow Adelaide 1878 Memorial 222/306

CRAIG, Janet Hunter widow Morphett Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 191 County Victoria

No 2

CRAIG, James shepherd Booborowie. Hundred of Anne land grant 1869 Grant Book 60 Page 11 County Victoria

CRAIG, James farmer Booborowie. Hundred of Anne land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 10 County Victoria

No 1

CRAIG, James A law clerk Adelaide 1905 Memorial 165/453

CRAIG, James A clerk to Messrs FISHER & CULROSS solicitors Adelaide 1911 Memorial 140/464

No 1

CRAIG, James Houston farmer Apoinga Co Burra. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 191 County Victoria

CRAIG, James Houston farmer Gladstone. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 159 County Victoria

CRAIG, Janet Orr Inglis spinster Burra, died 1/4/1948. Nieces and nephews mentioned but not named Memorial 89/523

No 1

CRAIG, John of Adelaide 1840 Application 16917

CRAIG, John gentleman Dry Creek 1843 Memorial 244/3

CRAIG, John farmer Little Para road 1847 Memorial 298/88

CRAIG, John farmer Upper Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 36/77

CRAIG, John farmer Hundred of Kapunda 1857[-1860] Memorial 83/121

CRAIG, John farmer formerly of the Upper Dry Creek 1851 but now of Kapunda 1865 Application 6726

CRAIG, John of Kapunda, Co Light Will 14/9/1865. His wife Catherine Craig and friend William OLDHAM the Younger of Kapunda, to be executors. Mrs Craig to have life interest in trust in Sections 1255 and 284 in the Hundred of Kapunda; then to eldest son, Frederick absolutely in remainder expectant. All the rest of the property to his wife in trust for life, then to the children, Frederick, Martha, Cecilia and Luke Craig, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. A codicil said that Frederick Craig had to pay his brother, Luke Craig, £250 when he inherited the two sections of land Deposit 59/1875

No 2

CRAIG, John butcher Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852 Memorial 415/41

CRAIG, John [formerly butcher but now] draper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 184/55

CRAIG, John draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 38/74

CRAIG, John draper formerly of Glasgow but late of Adelaide, died c1854. He left his wife, Grace Craig, the use of his estate in trust for her lifetime or until her remarriage. Upon her remarriage, she had an annuity of £25 until her death when the estate had to be sold and the money distributed to John Craig’s children in equal shares. Executors and trustees: his wife, Grace Craig, John CUMMING draper North Adelaide, Hugh CAMERON sheep farmer Pt Gawler and John SMITH farmer Gawler Plains Memorial 378/76

No 3

CRAIG, John farmer Light River near Bagot Well Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1866 Grant Book 44 Page 98 County Light

No 4

CRAIG, John miner Silverton NSW. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 167 County Not named

No 1

CRAIG, Linsday labourer Alberton and Mary Craig his wife 1847 Memorial 82/437

CRAIG, Lindsay yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 68/11 Carrier Alberton 1850[-1854] Memorial 405/20 Labourer Alberton 1852[-1854] Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant 1852 Memorial 58/45

CRAIG, Lindsay labourer Alberton, died 22/2/1859 intestate Memorial 144/400

CRAIG, Margaret Ann married woman Long Valley near Strathalbyn formerly Margaret Ann WYLIE spinster 1907 Memorial 220/456

CRAIG, Richard engineer Goolwa 1913 Memorial 97/468

No 1

CRAIG, Robert farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1855 Memorial 422/93

CRAIG, Robert farmer Saddleworth 1858 Memorial 266/132

CRAIG, Samuel farmer Walloway 1887 Memorial 32/386

No 1

CRAIG, William butcher Adelaide (Rundle St East), in partnership with Thomas BAILEY 1867 Memorial 174/229

CRAIG, William butcher Adelaide 1886 Memorial 114/373

No 2

CRAIG, William farmer Langhorne Creek, died 31/10/1933. Husband of Harriet Craig. Father of Effie Victoria Craig and Cyril Gordon Craig Memorial 108/507

CRAIG, William farmer Langhorne Creek died 31/10/1933. His widow, Harriet Craig, of Langhorne Creek, died 5/5/1944. Cyril Gordon Craig dairyfarmer Langhorne Creek belonged to this family Memorials 47 & 48/518

CRAIG, William Boyd of Kapunda 1865 Application 6574

CRAIG, William John farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Co Daly. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 117 County Victoria

CRAIG, William John of Moochra via Yanyarrie Co Granville 1886 Memorial 212/379

No 1

CRAIGIE, Alexander miller Thebarton 1842 Memorial 294/1

CRAIGIE, Alexander engineer Thebarton 1843 Memorial 349/32

No 2

CRAIGIE, Alexander shoemaker Strathalbyn 1863 Application 4500

CRAIGIE, George E clerk to Messrs Arthur HARDY & Son solicitors Adelaide 1877 Memorial 97/303

No 1

CRAIGIE, James contractor Truro 1887 Memorial 114/388

No 2

CRAIGIE, James master mariner Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 205/364

CRAIGIE, James contractor Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20677

CRAIGIE, James [formerly master mariner] but now publican Commercial Hotel, Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide 1892 Memorial 135/415

No 1

CRAIGIE, John waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 27/73

CRAIGIE, John labourer Bridgwater Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 Application 15564

CRAIGIE, John waterman Bridgwater near Pt Adelaide, died 18/11/1876. He left his entire estate to his wife, Isabella Craigie. James Craigie master mariner Pt Adelaide apparently belongs to this family Memorials 41 & 205/364

CRAIGIE, John waterman Bridgewater, died 18/11/1876 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Isabella Craigie. Estate worth £150. Enrolment 86/53

CRAIGIE, Isabella widow Bridgewater. Likely to be the widow of John Craigie waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1885 Application 20660

No 1

CRAIGIE, Margaret widow Murray River 1853[-1855] Memorial 95/53

CRAIGIE, Margaret widow Murray River relict of the late John Craigie, died c 1853. She left all her estate in trust for the trustees to maintain her children and then sell when the trustees thought best. In the meantime, the trustees had to carry on Mrs Craigie's 'busines of a sheep farmer and appoint overseers, shepherds and all necessary labourers and workmen'. The proceeds from the estate to be divided equally amongst the children as each turned 21 or the girls married Memorial 134/104

CRAIGIE, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1838 Application 9227

No 1
CRAIGIE, Thomas Balfour carpenter North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 91/128

CRAIGIE, Thomas Balfour [formerly carpenter but now] hawker North Adelaide 1869 Memorial 133/240

No 1

CRAIGIE, William farmer Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 156/44

CRAIGIE, William farmer [formerly of Mt Barker but now of] Strathalbyn 1852[-1853] Memorial 50/45

CRAIGIE, William Cullen 21 farmer married Margaret Ann WYLIE 16 spinster on 9/3/1855 Benjamin Wylie farmer near Strathalbyn home. Minister: John ANDERSON. Witnesses: Herbert Wylie and Robert WARWICK. William Cullen Craigie died and MA Craigie remarried to James Craig. He must have also died. Margaret Ann Craig widow of the late James Craig labourer Ranelagh St, Adelaide, died 11/7/1907, of malignant liver disesase, asthenia and coma, aged 68 Application 25360

CRAIGIE, William Cullen yeoman Strathalbyn and Margaret Ann Craigie his wife 1865 Memorial 112/206

No 1

CRAIGIE, WH agent Adelaide 1898 Memorial 31/434

CRAIGIE, WH hotelbroker Adelaide 1903[-1909] Memorial 224/447

CRAIGIE, WH licensed victualler Adelaide 1906 Memorial 225/454

No 1

CRAKER, George carpenter Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 191/26

CRAKER, George carpenter Magill 1875 Memorial 228/279

CRAKER, George carpenter Magill 1883 owned Lot 19 in Home Park (pt Section 343 Hundred of Adelaide Application 19995

CRAKER, George storekeeper Magill 1893 Memorial 128/417

CRAKER, George farmer Magill 1893 Application 22449

No 1

CRAM, Allan farmer Belalie 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 200 County Dalhousie

CRAM, Allan farmer Yongala 1892 Memorial 79/413

No 1

CRAM, Duncan Forbes farmer Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 197 County Dalhousie

CRAM, Duncan Forbes farmer Belalie East Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 201 County Dalhousie

No 1

CRAM, James farmer Mt Crawford linked with Grace Cram widow Mt Crawford 1862 Memorial 312/181

CRAM, James farmer Mt Crawford Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 120 County Victoria

CRAM, Grace widow Mt Crawford. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 200 County Dalhousie

CRAM, Peter carpenter Echuca Vic 1858 Memorial 97/148

CRAMBROOK, Arthur storekeeper Kangarilla 1888 Memorial 59/391

No 1

CRAMER, Friedrich Heinrich farmer Sheaoak Log 1887 Memorial 14/387

CRAMER, Friedrich Heinrich farmer [formerly of Sheaoak Log but now of] near Morgan 1887 Memorial 15/387

No 2

CRAMER, Heinrich farmer near Sheaoak Log 1854 Memorial 298/69

CRAMER, Heinrich farmer Blumberg 1856 Memorial 393/96

CRAMER, Heinrich farmer near Gawler 1857 Memorial 200/115

CRAMER, Heinrich farmer near Gambiertown 1860 Application 1209

CRAMMOND, Joshua baker Alberton 1894 Application 22818

No 1

CRAMOND, Anna widow Kent Town 1860 Memorial 239/167

CRAMOND, Anna nee BARBER widow of John Cramond ship broker [possibly 114114England] lived at Kent Town in the 1860s. Her daughter, Kate Lucy 114114Cramond, born London, 23, married John BOSWORTH 25 sheep farmer 114114Western Plains SA but temporarily of Praham Vic (Parents: Richard BOSWORTH and Mary MILLER) on 20/12/1862 St Paul's Church Witnesses: EB BOWMAN and George WORTHINGTON. Catherine Lucy Bosworth wife of John Bosworth stockholder, died 4/11/1863 Kent Town, near Norwood, of 114metritis, aged 24 Application 17170

CRAMOND, Anna widow Kent Town formerly Anna FRANCIS widow London, died c1868. She left her real estate in Kent Town equally in trust to her two daughters, Elvina Jessy Francis and Kate Lucy Cramond spinsters, for the term of their natural life or until their marriage. At the death of the unmarried daughter living in the house, the real estate to go to the married daughter and her descendants absolutely in remainder expectant. The two sisters to share the rest of their mother's total estate equally absolutely upon her death Memorial 198/230

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CRAMOND, John Arthur gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 369/95

CRAMOND, John A of King William St, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 24/208

CRAMOND, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of the colony of New Zealand 1874 Memorial 231/277

CRAMOND, William Simons storekeeper Yunta Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 163 County Herbert

CRAMP, Charles drover Copperhouse 1880 Application 18038

CRAMP, John Francis medical practitioner Adelaide. St Francis of Assisi Liberal Catholic Church trustee 1928 Memorial 153/499

No 1

CRAMPTON, John cooper Adelaide 1845 Memorial 418/4

CRAMPTON, John cooper formerly of Adelaide but now of Hobart VDL about to marry Mrs Phoebe WILDE widow Rundle St, Adelaide, relict of the late James Wilde formerly licensed victualler Adelaide (Leigh St) but now deceased 1849 Memorial 193/19

CRAMPTON, John cooper Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 59/59 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1853 Memorial 274/63

CRAMPTON, John licensed victualler Adelaide 1859[-1874] Memorial 241/152

CRAMPTON, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St) 1867 Memorial 232/218

CRAMPTON, John gentleman Norwood, and Ann Crampton, his wife. Section 415 Hundred of Upper Wakefield, in trust for the Cramptons for their respective lives, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees Adam TAYLOR farmer Point Sturt, and Samuel PEARCE gentleman Adelaide 1868 Enrolment 58/51.

CRAMPTON, John licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now of Narracoorte 1878 Memorials 116 & 117/306

CRAMPTON, John licensed victualler Narracoorte 1878 Application 16835

CRAMPTON, John publican Narracoorte, died 8/10/1879, of haematimisis, aged 67 [He formerly had a hotel in Hindley St, Adelaide] Application 23671

CRAMPTON, John no descripton died 8/10/1879. His widow, Ann Crampton, lived at the Semaphore in 1888 Memorial 13/397

No 1

CRAMPTON, John gentleman Norwood 1863 Application 4510

CRAMPTON, John Esquire Norwood 1864 Application 4833

CRAMPTON, John gentleman Norwood 1868 Application 9560

No 1

CRAMPTON, William labourer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 129/6

CRAMPTON, William labourer Adelaide and Alichia Crampton his wife 1847 Memorial 456/7

CRANAGE, Samuel Thomas labourer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1898 Grant Book 50 Page 117 County Robe

CRANBROOK, Walter draper’s assistant Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 398 County Daly

No 1

CRANE, Francis labourer Kensington 1851 Memorial 345/37.

CRANE, Francis baker Penfield 1856[-1862] Memorial 274/109

CRANE, Francis labourer Penfield 1873 Memorial 160/270

No 1

CRANE, George labourer Macclesfield 1857 Memorial 178/124

CRANE, George storekeeper Bugle Ranges 1862 Application 3236

CRANE, George storekeeper Echunga 1874[-1895] Memorial 40/282, Application 22875

CRANE, JG beefarmer Kangarilla 1914 Memorial 81/471

No 1

CRANE, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 261/46

CRANE, Joseph farmer Unley 1853 Memorial 300/52

CRANE, Joseph and Joseph Southwell VAWSER farmers Unley bought sections of land together in the Hundred of Willunga 1853. Both men were farmers at Willunga by 1856 Enrolment 39/30

CRANE, Joseph farmer formerly of Unley but now of Willunga 1856 Memorial 135/110

CRANE, Joseph formerly labourer Adelaide 1853 but now farmer near Clarendon 1864 Application 5651

CRANE, Joseph farmer Clarendon, became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 160/242

No 1

CRANE, Joseph John accountant Wallaroo. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 107 County Daly

CRANE, Joseph John agent Mt Gambier and Jane Crane his wife 1898 Memorial 34/436

CRANE, Robert of Adelaide 1874 Memorial 226/279

No 1

CRANE, William farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 181/78

CRANE, William farmer Adelaide 1860 Application 1940

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CRANE, William livery stable keeper Adelaide 1857[-1866] Memorial 190/126

No 1

CRANE, William Camp Esquire Adelaide 1849. He bought 12 allotments in Beaumont near the Beaumont Pleasure Grounds and Captain Finnis’s mill. Memorial 225/16 Dealings with Thomas Owen Crane merchant Singapore 1850 Memorial 455/23

CRANE, William Camp merchant Adelaide. Metropolitan Building Association Trustee 1851 Memorial 4/35

CRANE, William Camp Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province for a short time, power of attorney to George BRUNSKILL gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/1/1853 Deposit 47/OA

CRANE, William Camp formerly merchant Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1853 Memorial 334/48

CRANE, William Camp merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 229/61

CRANE, William Camp gentleman Adelaide 1860 Application 1730

No 1

CRANE, William Jenkins stock dealer Blumberg bought the Kenton Arms Hotel, Gumeracha for £700 1883 Memorial 49/353

CRANE, William Jenkins stockdealer Blumberg 1884 Memorial 175/363

No 1

CRANE, William Walpole the Younger railway station master Adelaide 1875 Memorial 142/286

CRANE, William Walpole the Younger licensed victualler Adelaide (King's Head King William St) 1879[-1882] Memorials 73/319 208/343

CRANFORD, Neil farmer Little Para 1867 Application 24302

No 1

CRANK, Joseph contractor Norwood 1857[-1871] Memorial 147/129, Applications 500, 8083

CRANK, Joseph gentleman Norwood, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to David PACKHAM contractor Kensington, to manage his SA affairs 14/2/1874 Deposit 176/1875.

CRANK, Joseph gentleman Norwood 1875 Memorial 135/283

CRANK, Joseph contractor Adelaide, died c1890. Linked with Sarah Ann Crank spinster Norwood. Charles Crank manager Wagon Dept, Shrewsbury, Cheshire, England witnessed a codicil to the will dated 1885.. David PACKHAM contractor Kensington one of the executors Memorial 92/405

CRANK, Joseph died 4/8/1890. Linked with Mary Jane Crank spinster Norwood, Sarah Ann Crank spinster Norwood, and Peter Crank dental surgeon Norwood Memorial 171/405

CRANK, Mary Jane 28 spinster Norwood (Father: Joseph Crank) married Thomas Sidney SMITH 32 bachelor commercial broker College Town (Father: Thomas Smith) on 26/11/1891 Miss Crank's private residence Beulah Parade, Norwood. Minister: Robert S CASELY Wesleyan Methodist. Witnesses: Peter Crank dental surgeon 64 North Tce East, Adelaide and Sarah Ann Crank of Norwood Application 23800

CRANK, Sarah Ann spinster Norwood, a beneficiary under the will of Joseph Crank contractor Norwood deceased 1891. Other members of this family included Mary Jane Crank spinster and Peter Crank dental surgeon both of Norwood Application 22030

CRANKSHAW, R clerk to SHIERLAW & Co of Adelaide 1902 Memorial 211/446

CRANNA, JH architect Woolnough Road, Semaphore 1914 Memorial 11/472

CRANSTON, Charles Edgar storekeeper Wirrabara 1885 Memorial 178/372

CRANSTON, John W clerk to Messrs GILES & HATCHETT solicitors Adelaide 1862 Memorial 384/186

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CRANSTON, Matthew [the Elder] schoolmaster Unley 1853[-1854] Memorial 174/56

CRANSTON, Matthew [formerly schoolmaster Unley but now] publican Norwood and Henrietta Cranston his wife 1862 Memorial 1/184

CRANSTON, Matthew publican Lyndoch purchased the remainder of the lease of the Lord Lyndoch Inn, Lyndoch, for £173 from the assigned estate of John Edward CLINCH wine merchant Adelaide declared insolvent in 1866 Memorial 32/213

CRANSTON, Matthew [formerly publican Lyndoch but now] gentleman Kapunda 1868[-1876] Memorial 236/295

CRANSTON, Matthew of Kapunda 1876 Application 15340

CRANSTON, Matthew formerly of Kapunda 1868 but now out of business Norwood 1876 Applications 15665 & 15702

CRANSTON, Matthew the Younger salesman Norwood 1883 Memorial 220/353

CRANSTON, Matthew storekeeper Eudunda 1902 Application 24350

CRANSTON, William Ford painter Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 96/146

CRANSTOUN, Lionel proclaimed bank manager Mt Gambier 1937 Memorial 158/510

No 1

CRANWELL, Edmund yeoman Magill 1866 Memorial 156/209

CRANWELL, Edmund woodcutter formerly of Magill but now of the New Tiers 1875 Memorial 173/284

CRANWELL, Richard John manager Pt Lincoln 1953 Application 28998

No 1

CRANZ, Mathilde Christiane music teacher Adelaide 14/12/1859, Supreme Court Order that her earnings since 14/12/1854 be protected from any claims of her husband, August Friedrich CRANZ and all creditors claiming under him Application 3203

CRANZ, Christiane Mathilde teacher of music Adelaide, a devisee under the will of the late Carl August Ferdinand LINGER of Adelaide now deceased 1862 Memorial 314/182

CRANZ, Christiane Matilde teacher of music Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Wilhelm Ottomar GERKE grocer Adelaide, or in the event of his death, inability or incapacity, to Heinrich Ludwig VOSZ oil and colour man Adelaide, to manage her SA affairs 22/4/1862 Deposit 52/1862

CRANZ, Christiane Mathilde teacher of music late of Adelaide, through her attorney WO GERKE 1862 Application 3203.

CRANZ, Christiane Mathilde widow Leipzig, Germany as devisee of the late Carl August Ferdinand LINGER professor of music Adelaide 1866 Application 8045

No 1

CRAPP, Albert Charles hardware merchant Adelaide 1923[-1924] Memorial 111/488

CRAPP, Albert Charles merchant Nailsworth Enfield Methodist Church trustee 1930. He declared that he had been born in 1881 and had attended Enfield Methodist Church from his youth Application 27786

CRASE, AB accountant Gawler 1928 Memorial 163/500

CRASE, Arthur Vivian clerk formerly of Church St, Woodville 1899, but then of Stephen Tce, Gilberton, died 28/11/1940 Glandore. Husband of Mary Caroline Crase Memorial 69/515

No 1

CRASE, Charles Cartwright carter Gawler 1864 Application 5765

CRACE, Charles Cartwright corn factor Gawler 1864 Application 5821

No 1

CRASE, James of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 193/23

CRASE, James licensed victualler Kapunda became a bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 130/260

CRASE, James licensed victualler Kapunda 1854[-1881] Memorial 377/68

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CRASE, James butcher Kapunda 1854[-1866] Memorial 176/79

Mrs Ambrose Crask nee Robina Runcie

CRASK, Robina widow Edeowie. Edeowie (Hundred of Edeowie) township allotment land grant 1865 Grant Book 66 Page 116 County Taunton

CRASTON, John limeburner Bowden 1854 Memorial 465/68

CRATTY, Michael farmer formerly of Mintaro Co Stanley but then of Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 116 County Victoria

CRAVEN, Albert Lyons chemist Bordertown 1883[-1888] Memorial 29/351

No 1

CRAVEN, John merchant Adelaide and Thomas Charles Craven business secretary Adelaide 1909 Memorial 214/460

CRAVEN, John merchant North Adelaide linked with Thomas Charles Craven draper Adelaide 1921 Memorial 108/482

No 1

CRAVEN, Lawrence bricklayer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1852[-1853] Memorial 68/44

CRAVEN, Lawrence farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of near Ballarat Vic 1857 Memorial 64/288

No 1

CRAVEN, Walter Harry sheep farmer Chucka Bend Murray River 1882 Memorial 80/342

CRAVEN, Walter Harry stockholder Chucka Bend Station Murray River linked with Hiram Craven rope and canvas manufacturer The Briary, Sunderland, England 1883 Memorial 93/351

CRAVEN, Walter Henry gentleman Noarlunga 1892 Memorial 17/413

CRAVEN, Walter Harry vigneron Hope Vineyard, McLaren Vale, a mental defective, and Lily Helen Craven his wife 1925. Mrs Craven received Supreme Court permission in 1934 to sell the estate (except for one cow) to Geoffrey William KAY vigneron McLaren Vale, for £5,000 Memorial 72-74/508

CRAVEN, William shoemaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 19/18

No 1

CRAWFORD, Albert James labourer Gawler West 1941 Memorial 55/518

CRAWFORD, Albert James engineer fitter Gawler West 1954 Memorial 37/529

No 1

CRAWFORD, Alexander gentleman O'Halloran Hill 1888 Memorial 138/393

CRAWFORD, Alexander gentleman formerly of O'Halloran Hill but then of Happy Valley, died c1889 Memorial 35/437

CRAWFORD, Alexander gentleman formerly of O'Halloran Hill but then of Happy Valley, died 7/6/1889. His estate worth £5,070. His personal estate to his wife, Isabella Deans Crawford, who also had a life interest in the real estate. After her death, the real estate to go in equal shares to (except an allotment of land to the Cottage Homes in Adelaide) his brother William Crawford of Kapunda and his children, his sister Anne STRANG wife of Thomas Strang engine driver Glasgow, Scotland Janet THOMSON spinster Narracoorte, Bella Thomson wife of Robert SMITH the Younger farmer O'Halloran Hill and Alexander Crawford carpenter Adelaide Application 29784

No 1

CRAWFORD, Alexander Stanley branch manager Pt Lincoln 1928 Memorial 181/500

CRAWFORD, Alexander Stanley company branch manager Pt Lincoln 1929 Application 27758

CRAWFORD, Alexander Stanley manager Pt Lincoln 1953, declared he was the manager of the Pt Lincoln branch of the SA Stevedoring Co Application 28971

CRAWFORD, Alick farmer Hundred of Dalkey. Trustee School and Cemetery Hundred of Grace. Hundred of Grace land grant 1875 Grant Book 27 Page 52 County Gawler

CRAWFORD, Alice married woman Louth Bay 1906[-1911] Memorial 13/456, Application 25978

CRAWFORD, Allan labourer Pt Lincoln 1958 Application 29325

CRAWFORD, Anne widow Adelaide 1891 had come to live in Pt Wakefield c1865, and remained there until c1887. Her mother died 1/11/1870. Mrs Crawford had a son-in-law named John Chittenden labourer Pt Wakefield, who bought lot 17 in North St, Pt Wakefield, in 1886. James HARVEY built the house on the site in late 1870 and lived there for about 4 years, when he sold it to John STYLES, who rented the property to ? ABBOTT and then other weekly tenants until he sold in 1886, [and likely moved to Parkside near Adelaide] Application 22086

CRAWFORD, Dugald police officer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 182/3

No 1

CRAWFORD, Edward James Frederick brewer Hindmarsh 1845 Memorial 487/4

CRAWFORD, Edward James Frederick brewer formerly of Adelaide now of Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 385/71

CRAWFORD, Edward James Frederick of Hindmarsh. Hindmarsh United Building Society trustee 1851 Memorial 460/36

CRAWFORD, EJF brewer formerly of Hindmarsh, but now of Adelaide 1859. Enrolment 8/46

CRAWFORD, Edward James Frederick brewer formerly of Adelaide but now of Warrnambool Vic 1868 Memorial 245/232

CRAWFORD, Edward James Frederick brewer formerly of Adelaide but now of Ararat Vic 1869 Memorial 240/238

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CRAWFORD, Edward James Frederick miller Adelaide. Father of James John Crawford an infant of the age of seven years, Frederick Henry Crawford and Lindsay Crawford no description 1855 Memorial 207/148

CRAWFORD, Edward James Frederick brewer Melbourne but temporarily in 120120Adelaide 1873. He had been the creditors' assignee for Archibald 120120MACDOUGALL c1843, when the latter became a bankrupt Application 12779

No 1

CRAWFORD, Edward Joseph road contractor Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 224 County Daly

CRAWFORD, Mary Elizabeth domestic duties Alford. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 308 County Daly

CRAWFORD, Edwin farmer Lower Wakefield 1865[-1867] Memorial 255/205

CRAWFORD, EJF proclaimed bank manager Strathalbyn 1923 Memorial 47/489

CRAWFORD, Fred Stanley orchardist McLaren Flat 1950 Application 28751

CRAWFORD, G draper Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 85/451

No 1

CRAWFORD, George farmer near Saddleworth 1865[-1874] Memorial 338/205

CRAWFORD, George farmer The Gilbert 1868 Application 9451

CRAWFORD, George farmer near Saddleworth 1876 Application 15418

CRAWFORD, George Alfred clerk Saddleworth 1955, declared that he had been Clerk to the District Council of Saddleworth for 17 years Application 29094

No 1

CRAWFORD, George John Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 413/29

CRAWFORD, George John Esquire Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 63 County Adelaide

CRAWFORD, George John Esquire Judge of the SA Supreme Court Adelaide 1852 Memorial 413/29

CRAWFORD, Alicia Arthur widow Adelaide relict of the late George Crawford Judge of the Supreme Court of SA 1853 Memorial 314/47

CRAWFORD, Handy cabinetmaker Broken Hill 1893 Application 26604

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CRAWFORD, Henry machinist Pt Lincoln 1878 Memorial 149/310

CRAWFORD, Henry farmer Pt Lincoln 1906[-1907] Memorial 177/455

No 1

CRAWFORD, Henry Spencer and Edward LOGUE brewers Adelaide carrying on business in co-partnership 1856[-1857] Memorial 123/110

CRAWFORD, Henry Spencer Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1858 Memorial 27/270

No 1

CRAWFORD, Hugh Archibald grocer Adelaide (Pt TA 75 Hindley St) 1853 Memorial 353/54

CRAWFORD, Hugh Archibald gentleman Adelaide, about to leave Adelaide for a distant portion of the continent of New Holland, power of attorney to James Munro LINKLATER merchant Adelaide, to manage his business in SA 9/6/1859. Deposit 58/1860.

CRAWFORD, Hugh Archibald grocer formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1860 Memorial 261/163

CRAWFORD, Hugh Archibald grocer Adelaide (Pt TA 78 Hindley St) 1875 Memorial 128/281

CRAWFORD, Hugh Archibald grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) in James COUNSELL's former shop 1880 Memorial 64/327

CRAWFORD, Hugh John business manager Tarlton St, Somerton 1916[-1917] Memorial 22/475, Application 26556

No 1

CRAWFORD, James formerly farmer Comber, Co Down, Ireland but now sheep shearer Adelaide heir-at-law of the late John BAXTER also formerly of Comber, Co Down, Ireland then labourer Adelaide, who died c1842 Memorial 14/232

CRAWFORD, James sheep farmer Adelaide 1842 Application 24553

CRAWFORD, James gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Thomas ENGLISH builder Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 13/11/1854 Deposit 71/1859

No 2 - likely to be the same person

CRAWFORD, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 191/40

CRAWFORD, James storeman Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 109/275

CRAWFORD, James Campbell storeman Pt Adelaide 1869[-1884] Memorial 208/243

No 1

CRAWFORD, James Coutts Esquire, usually of Sydney NSW, but temporarily of Adelaide, power of attorney to James COUTTS farmer of the River Sturt, to manage his SA business affairs 5/8/1841. He had come to SA to invest in land in Survey B Enrolment 34/1.

CRAWFORD, James Coutts Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sydney NSW 1843 Memorial 39/3

CRAWFORD, James Field brewer Hindmarsh, about to leave the province, power of attorney to his brother Edward James Frederick CRAWFORD brewer Hindmarsh, to manage his SA business affairs 23/7/1852 Deposit 207/OA

No 1

CRAWFORD, James Henry carriage builder Bowden 1886 Memorial 91/378

CRAWFORD, James Henry formerly carriage builder Bowden but then of Station St, North Carlton Vic, died 30/10/1892. Executor; William BERRY the Younger engineer Exeter Memorial 148/438

CRAWFORD, James Henry formerly carriage builder Station St, North Carlton, Melbourne Vic, late of Bowden, died 30/10/1892. He left all his estate to his wife, Rebecca Crawford. Estate worth £185 Application 26504

CRAWFORD, James John bank clerk Adelaide 1869 Memorial 186/237

No 1

CRAWFORD, John farmer Gilbert River 1859 Memorial 104/161

CRAWFORD, John farmer Saddleworth 1874 Memorial 22/276

CRAWFORD, John farmer Riverton 1867 Application 8293

CRAWFORD, John farmer near Saddleworth (wife Jane Crawford) 1885 declared that he had gone to the Bendigo gold mines Vic between 1851-1852, in partnership with Hermnn PAEPKE farmer Adelaide. They bought cattle and land equally (Section 236 Hundred of Gilbert) with some of the profits. H Paepke came to Saddleworth with the Crawfords, and died 13/1/1855 intestate and a bachelor before the land could be transferred into joint names. John GRAHAM farmer Appila Yarrowie declared that the two men had gone into business as farmers and stock dealers Application 20657

CRAWFORD, John and CRAWFORD, George farmers Saddleworth 1890 Application 21821

No 2

CRAWFORD, John farmer Hundred of Hall 1891 Memorial 43/409

CRAWFORD, John farmer Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1897 Grant Book 56 Page 226 County Stanley

No 3

CRAWFORD, John farmer Millicent 1896 Memorial 133/429

No 4

CRAWFORD, John farmer Normanville 1908[-1920] Memorial 35/459

CRAWFORD, John grazier Normanville 1911 Memorial 45/464

CRAWFORD, John and KG Crawford of Normanville 1912 Memorial 86/484

CRAWFORD, John Caldwell accountant Adelaide 1889 Memorial 121/396

CRAWFORD, John William and William George Crawford chaff merchants Saddleworth linked with George Crawford labourer Saddleworth 1917 Memorial 186/475

No 1

CRAWFORD, Kenneth Gordon farmer Normanville 1938 Application 28157

CRAWFORD, Kenneth Gordon grazier Normanville, died 29/8/1953. pf sudden coronary occlusion and 4 years' cardio-arterio sclerosis, aged 64. Born Karcultaby. Married aged 29. 2 sons and 1 daughter living. Husband of Marjorie Maud Crawford. Father of Douglas Kenneth Crawford grazier formerly of Normanville but now of Yankalilla, Colin John Crawford formerly woolclasser but now grazier Normanville Memorials 128 & 133/529

CRAWFORD, Kenneth Gordon grazier Normanville, aged 53 in 1943, declared he had lived in the district for 40 years Application 28360

CRAWFORD, Kenneth Gordon farmer Normanville 1945 Application 28404

CRAWFORD, Matthew minister of the gospel and his wife Janet Drife Crawford, of 5 Clayton Tce, Donnistown, Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, power of attorney to John James CRAWFORD Unley Road, Hyde Park SA, to let out our money on mortgages 16/11/1881Deposit 178/1882

No 1

CRAWFORD, Neil yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 299/18

CRAWFORD, Neil farmer Little Para. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 72 County Adelaide

No 1

CRAWFORD, Richard cheesemonger 81 Gracechurch St, London, Middlesex, England 1851 Memorial 97/43

CRAWFORD, Richard cheesemonger, formerly of 81 Gracechurch St, London, but late of Chaseside Southgate, Middlesex, died 20/6/1883 at 1 Thorne Villas, Haddington Road, Margate, Kent. John Julian gentleman Sleaford, Lincs, England, was his executor, who issued power of attorney to Joel ROBERTS of Adelaide, to manage the business affairs of the estate 15/10/1884 Deposit 14/1885

CRAWFORD, Richard Neil mechanic Pt Lincoln 1946 Memorial 17/521

No 1

CRAWFORD, Robert miller Stockwell 1872 Memorial 46/258

No 2

CRAWFORD, Robert farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1880 Grant Book 50 Page 114 County Robe

No 1

CRAWFORD, Robert Hugh grocer Adelaide 1886 (Pt TA 78 Hindley St) 1886[-1899] Memorial 104/377

CRAWFORD, RH a member of the board of the SA Co-operative Society Ltd of Hindley St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 114/397

CRAWFORD, Robert Hugh merchant Adelaide 1903 Application 24611

CRAWFORD, Robert Hugh merchant Adelaide of the firm of Crawford & Co Adelaide (70 King William St) 1921 Memorial 26/483

CRAWFORD & Co, King William St, Adelaide lease plan of office ground floor frontage facing the street 1920 (CT 682/47) Deposit 18/1920

CRAWFORD, Samuel accountant Adelaide (King William St) 1873 Memorial 227/270

CRAWFORD, Sydney farmer Goolwa 1856. Trustee of the Public School Government Reserve pt Section 2402 'by a public road leading from Goolwa to Currency Creek' Memorial 288/102

No 1

CRAWFORD, Sidney Malone brewer Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 203/9

CRAWFORD, Sidney Malone of Hindmarsh. Hindmarsh United Building Society trustee 1851 Memorial 460/36

CRAWFORD, Sidney Malone formerly brewer Hindmarsh 1859 in financial difficulties Memorial 287/158

CRAWFORD, Sidney Malone brewer Sandhurst Vic 1861 Memorial 161/186

No 1

CRAWFORD, Thomas George Tremlett brewer Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 485/37

CRAWFORD, Thomas George Tremlett formerly brewer Hindmarsh 1859 in financial difficulties Memorial 287/158

CRAWFORD, Thomas George Tremlett miller Goolwa 1854 Memorial 92/67

CRAWFORD, Thomas George Tremlett Esquire formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Sandhurst Vic 1861[-1863] Memorial 294/177

CRAWFORD, Thomas George Tremlett Esquire formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Sandhurst Vic Perhaps linked with Sydney M Crawford brewer Sandhurst Vic 1862 Memorial 304/184

No 1

CRAWFORD, Wiliam carpenter Adelaide 1845 Memorial 99/6

CRAWFORD, William bricklayer Adelaide 1842[-1855] Memorial 103/365

CRAWFORD, William builder Adelaide 1858 Memorial 187/137

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CRAWFORD, Rebecca wife of William Crawford gentleman Fenn Place, Gawler Ward, Adelaide, died 24/2/1880, of debility as a consequence of old age, aged 88 Application 23896

No 3

CRAWFORD, William farmer Kapunda, a brother to Alexander CRAWFORD farmer McLaren Vale 1862. Application 2801

No 4 - perhaps the same person

CRAWFORD, William gentleman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 11/235

CRAWFORD, William agent Adelaide 1879 Memorial 138/316

CRAWFORD, William hotel manager Adelaide 1880 Memorial 24/325

No 1

CRAWFORD, William James Esquire Adelaide Manager of the Joint Stock Company of Bankers called the Union Bank of Australia established in Adelaide 1861[-1863] Memorial 248/176

CRAWFORD, William James Esquire Union Bank of Australia bank manager Adelaide 1862[-1873] Memorials 174/187 & 13/219

CRAWFORD, William James banker Adelaide Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1867 Grant Book 37 Page 70 County Hindmarsh

No 1

CRAWFORD, William Milroy gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 99/108

CRAWFORD, William Milroy gentleman Alexandrina 1856 Memorial 100/108

CRAWFORD, William Milroy farmer Kindarnar Alexandrina Hundred of Bremer land grant 1876 Grant Book 36 Page 43 County Hindmarsh

CRAWFORD, William Milroy sheep farmer Karcultaby 1886 Memorial 192/381

CRAWFORD, William Milroy formerly gentleman Adelaide 1855 but now farmer Milang 1863 Application 4322

CRAWFORD, William Milroy formerly farmer Alexandrina 1858 but now sheep farmer North Adelaide 1876 Application 150181

CRAWFORD, William Milroy sheep farmer Streaky Bay 1877[-1893] Memorial 111/301

CRAWLEY, Fred C bank officer Adelaide 1922 Memorial 153/484

No 1

CRAWLEY, John butcher Gawler 1851[-1853] He bought W Record’s shop Memorial 89/32

CRAWLEY, John butcher Iron Bark Gully near Bendigo 1855 He hd links with Gawler Memorial 297/90

CRAWLEY, Simon farmer near Kapunda 1869[-1891] Memorial 217/240

CRAWLEY, Walter Charles civil servant Adelaide. Trustee St Paul's Adelaide 1909 Memorial 235/461

No 1

CRAY, Peter cabinetmaker Adelaide 1847[-1854] Memorial 39/8.

CRAY, Peter builder Adelaide 1850[-1855] Memorial 402/26

CRAY, Peter cabinetmaker Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant Memorial 359/91

CRAY, Peter cabinetmaker of Adelaide and Mudla Wirra 1857[-1863] Memorial 188/130

CRAY, Peter gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 201/203

CRAY, Peter storekeeper and cabinetmaker Roseworthy 1871 Memorial 229/254

CRAY, Peter formerly cabinetmaker Adelaide 1855 but now storekeeper and cabinetmaker Roseworthy 1873 Application 13008

CRAY, Peter cabinetmaker Roseworthy 1884 Memorial 8/358

CRAYTHORN, Byron farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1882 Grant Book 50 Page 115 County Robe

No 1

CRAZE, George miner Adelaide (Morphett St) 1853 Memorial 143/50

CRAZE, George miner Kensington 1861 Memorial 24/179

CRAZE, George (born 30/3/1802 St Agnes, Cornwall, son of William and Johanna Craze) married Elizabeth Martin Passmore CRAZE (born 1806/1807 Buckfastleigh, Devon, daughter of James and Susanna Craze) on 31/3/1828 St Agnes parish church, Cornwall, England. Children Emily born 6/1/1839 (Kenwyn, Cornwall), Susan Passmore Craze born 6/1/1834, Elizabeth Martin Craze born 25/5/1836, Johanna Ellen Craze born 6/1/1841, William Charles Craze born 8/10/1845 all at St Agnes. The family emigrated to SA. George Craze miner Kensington, died 1/5/1856 intestate, of general debility, aged 55. His wife, Elizabeth Martin Passmore Craze, died 28/6/1861 18 Oxford St, East Collingwood Vic, of 12 months’ consumption and lung abcess, aged 54. 15 years in the Australian colonies. 33 when she married. Children alive in 1861 - Susan Passmore Craze 23, Johannah Ellen Craze 21, William Charles Craze 16, George James Craze 13, and 10 children dead. William Charles Craze labourer Kadina declared in 1867, that he was the eldest son of of George and Elizabeth Craze. He said that his youngest brother, George James Craze was three years younger than him, and was in places unknown away from SA Application 8653

CRAZE, George miner Kensington, died 1/5/1856, of general debility, aged 55. He settled his real estate in Kensington and Norwood upon his dearly beloved wife, Elizabeth Martin Passmore Craze, for life, then willed specifically to each of his well beloved children: Susan Passmore Craze, Emily Craze, Johanna Ellen Craze, William Charles Craze, and George James Craze, once they reached the age of 17. George James Craze of Penfield at present residing with Mr James BEARD schoolmaster Penfield 1868 declared that his mother, Elizabeth Craze, died 28/6/1861 Oxford St, East Collingwood, Melbourne Vic. He turned 21 on 8/10/1867 Application 28029

No 1

CRAZE, George James gardener Penfield 1869 Application 9778

CRAZE, George James gardener Peachey Belt power of attorney to Wentworth CAVENAGH gentleman Eden Park near Kensington, to sell his SA real estate and tidy up his business affairs 8/7/1868. By 1868, Susan Passmore Craze had married Alfred Moore MEAKES draper Moray St, Emerald Hill Vic. Her brother, William Charles Craze miner lived with them Application 9778

CRAZE, James labourer North Kapunda 1852 Memorial 99/39.

CRAZE, William Charles labourer Kadina 1867. Linked with Johanna Ellen TALBOT nee Craze wife of James Beard Talbot preceptor Penfield Applications 8653 & 8666

CREAGH, Mary Letitia Longfield spinster North Adelaide 1862 Memorial 276/183

CREANSTON, Henry labourer Gawler 1850 Memorial 133/23

CREAR, Stedman farmer Worthing 1867 Memorial 157/220

No 1

CREASER, John Thomas clerk to Messrs G & J DOWNER solicitors Adelaide 1921 Memorial 61/483

CREASER, John Thomas accountant G & J DOWNER solicitors Adelaide 1924. He had been in their employ for 44 years and had been their confidential clerk for a great many years Application 27193

CREASER, John Thomas accountant Adelaide 1925, declared that he used to work for the firm of G & J DOWNER solicitors Adelaide in 1881 Application 27242

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CREASER, William joiner Clarendon 1860[-1866] Memorial 1/163

CREASER, William licensed victualler Adelaide, died c1883. Husband of Eliza Jane Creaser Memorial 104/351

CREASER, Eliza Jane widow Adelaide 1888 Memorial 137/393

CREASER, Eliza Jane widow Prospect 1890 Memorial 23/403

No 1

CREASY, James grocer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 332/33

CREASY, James grocer formerly of Adelaide now of Melbourne Vic 1852 Memorial 6/47

CREASY, James storekeeper [formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of] Stepney 1853 Memorial 460/47

CREASY, James grocer Stepney 1853 Memorial 417/52

CREASY, James general dealer Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 411/76

CREASY, James formerly general dealer Mitcham but now of near Clare 1861 Application 2308.

CREASY, James vine grower Armagh near Clare 1863 Application 4478

CREASY, James of Clare father of Robert Creasy and William Creasy. John S Creasy no description also must have belonged to this family 1879 Memorial 207/316

CREASY, James lime burner Armagh 1901 Application 24191

CREASY, James Edward farmer Clare Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876 Grant Book 54 Page 32 County Stanley

CREASY, William farmer Clare 1915 Application 26419

CREBER, John of Willunga 1856 Memorial 63/97

CREECH, James licensed victualler Adelaide (Pt TA 174 Union Inn Waymouth St) 'together with the yard, stables, southern portions of the hay loft, and stock yard' 1849 Memorial 211/16

CREED, Arthur farmer Pt Elliot 1948 Memorial 76/523

CREED, Henry of North Gumeracha 1868 Memorial 86/232

CREEDON, Timothy labourer Sevenhills near Clare 1863[-1868] Memorial 348/191

CREEK, George labourer Mitcham 1898 Application 27563

No 1

CREEK, George out of business West Mitcham 1942, declared that he had been born on 25/5/1858 at West Mitcham and had lived there all his life Application 28310

No 1

CREEK, Isaac yeoman Black Forest 1850 Memorial 57/25

No 2

CREEK, Isaac farmer Mitcham 1870[-1920] Memorial 35/251

CREEK, Isaac of West Mitcham 1872 Application 12088

CREEK, John fellmonger Gawler 1875[-1877] Memorial 104/280

No 1

CREEK, Thomas Henry painter Gawler 1897[-1909] Memorial 249/432

CREEK, Thomas Henry formerly painter Gawler but now coachpainter Semaphore 1913 Memorial 100/468

CREEK, Thomas Henry formerly painter Gawler but now coach painter Semaphore 1920 Memorial 24/530

CREELMAN, John Auchterloney Michael medical practitioner Quorn trustee Public Cemetery Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1881 Grant Book 49 Page 26 County Newcastle

CREEPER, Bert Alexander electrician 71 Waratah St, Seacliff 1944 , and Edith Ann Creeper his wife Application 28393

No 1

CREEPER, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 158/59

CREEPER, Joseph joiner Adelaide 1857 Memorial 325/124

CREEPER, Joseph farmer Magill 1854 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 143/74

CREEPER, Joseph formerly gentleman Adelaide but now storekeeper Magill 1866 Memorial 181/208

CREEPER, Joseph winegrower Unley Park 1867 Memorial 246/221

CREEPER, Joseph quarryman Lower Mitcham 1881 Application 18886

CREEPER, Joseph quarry proprietor formerly of Adelaide but now of Unley Park 1884 Application 20079

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CREER, Joseph of Currie St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 203/18

CREER, Joseph master mariner of Sydney NSW but at present residing in Pt Adelaide linked with Thomas Edward Creer master mariner Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 106/311

CREER, Joseph chief pilot Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1332

CREER, Jospeh master mariner Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Thomas Edward CREER master mariner Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 30/10/1878 Deposit 259/1878

CREER, Joseph master mariner Sydney NSW, had owned pt Section 1106 Le Fefre Peninsula, 'on the Government road to the Flagstaff' [Semaphore Road, nearly on the corner with Woolnough Road], since 1860. In September 1878, he fenced in the allotment with a five foot paling fence and a pair of locked gates. Richard JAGOE press reporter Semaphore 1896 gave this information Application 23045

CREER, Joseph master mariner Sydney NSW but presently of Pt Adelaide, about to return to Sydney, appointed his son, Thomas Edward Creer master mariner Pt Adelaide as his local attorney to manage his SA business interests 30/10/1878 Application 22527

CREER, Captain of Watson's Bay NSW, c/- T Creer manager of the Steam Tug Company Port Adelaide 1892 Applications 22289 & 22349.

CREER, Joseph master mariner Watson's Bay NSW, died 9/6/1909. His second wife, Sarah Needham Creer, a daughter of John Harry Needham FERRERS licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, died 11/11/1908, before J Creer died. Joseph Creer's son, Thomas Edward Creer Manager of the Adelaide Tug Company Ltd, was local attorney for his father and step-mother's business affairs 1910 Application 25904

No 1

CREER, Thomas baker North Adelaide (Melbourne St) son-in-law of John HILLIER baker North Adelaide (Melbourne St) 1858 Memorial 260/141

CREER, Thomas formerly baker North Adelaide (Melbourne St) but now of Ross in Westland New Zealand 1881 Memorial 50/332

CREEVY, John of the Police Establishment Adelaide 1840 Application 19722

CREIG, Robert farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1855[-1857] Memorial 309/95

No 1

CREIGHTON, William gentleman North Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 449/16

CREIGHTON, William gentleman [formerly of North Adelaide but now of] Norwood 1853[-1854] Memorial 423/51

No 1

CREMER, Edward mariner Goolwa 1853 Memorial 176/70

CREMER, Edward farmer Goolwa 1862 Application 3096

CREMER, Edward farmer and shipowner near Goolwa 1867 Application 8219

No 1

CREMER, Daniel master mariner Milang and Margaret Sarah Jane Cremer his wife 1915 Memorial 141/472

CREMER, Daniel pensioner Milang, died 8/5/1942. Father of Driscol Cremer fisherman Milang Memorial 127/516

CREMER, Margaret Sarah Jane married woman Milang, died 22/9/1918. Wife of Daniel Cremer master mariner Milang. Executor; William Peter DUNK merchant Milang Memorial 133/477

CREMER, Lucy Eliza spinster Glenelg 1866 Memorial 220/216

CREMER, William master mariner Goolwa and Jane Cremer his wife 1883 Application 19728

No 1

CRERAR, John baker Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 208/51

CRERAR, John baker Pt Adelaide and Ann Crerar his wife formerly Ann HOOD spinster 1880 Memorial 9/324

CRERAR, John baker Pt Adelaide, died 31/8/1856. Estate worth £10. His whole estate to his wife, Ann nee HOOD Application 27522

CRERAR, Ann widow Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 129/370

CRERAR, Ann widow Semaphore 1890 Memorial 117/406

CRESDEE, Charles butcher Norwood 1901 Application 24279

CRESDEE, Charles Hilmers Cresdee Mundon grazier Campbelltown 1905 Memorial 172/453

CRESPIN, Ann widow Adelaide 1853 Memorial 266/57

No 1

CRESSWELL, Charles farmer St Leonards 1857 Memorial 337/125

CRESSWELL, Charles farmer Glenelg 1857 Memorial 75/129

CRESSWELL, Charles farmer Glenelg 1860 Application 1759

CRESSWELL, GE Searcher of Titles Lands Titles Office, Adelaide 1925 Application 27354

CRESSWELL, Henry Oglander carter Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1900 Grant Book 49 Page 32 County Newcastle

CRESSWELL, James labourer Penola 1865 Memorial 346/202

CRESSWELL, James Edwin ministerial student Unley Co Adelaide. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 7 Page 100 County Buckingham

CRESSWELL, John Charles farmer Glenelg 1854 Memorial 314/72

CRESSWELL, RGD solicitor Ware Chambers, 112 King William St, Adelaide 1946 Application 28457

CRESWELL, Eliza of Henley Beach 1915 Memorial 5/473

CRESSWELL, JE JP clerk of the local court Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 16/466

CRESSWELL, John Thornton clerk Adelaide changed his name to John Cresswell 1913 Memorial 30/468

No 1 - probably the same person

CRESSWELL, William Henry collector North Kensington 1881[-1882] Memorial 96/331

CRESSWELL, William gentleman North Kensington 1887 Application 21161

No 1

CRESWELL, John clerk Adelaide linked with Mary Ann Creswell widow Norwood 1882 Memorial 250/343

CRESWELL, John died 24/3/1909. Linked with Eliza Creswell spinster St Peters. Mention of James Crofts HAYNES and Emma Haynes his wife Memorial 109/461

No 1

CRESWELL, John Thomas gentleman Pt Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 65/40

CRESWELL, John Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 289/71

CRESWELL, John Thomas wine grower and merchant Paracombe Park, became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 179/216

CRESWELL, Mary Ann widow Norwood [relict of John Thomas Creswell], about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to her son John Creswell clerk Adelaide, to manage her SA affairs 5/1/1882 Deposit 220/1882

CRETTENDEN, Arthur farmer near Smithfield linked with Clara Elizabeth Crettenden spinster near Smithfield and Frederick William Crettenden farmer Blyth 1923 Memorial 177/487

No 1

CRETTENDEN, Frederick farmer Smithfield 1903 Memorial 231/449

CRETTENDEN, Frederick licensed victualler Old Nain Hotel Daveyston 1906 Memorial 94/456

CRETTENDEN, Frederick formerly farmer Smithfield but now farm manager Trinity Farm, Morphett Vale, linked with Arthur and Walter Spencer Crettenden farmers Smithfield 1907 Memorial 121/457

CRETTENDEN, James farmer New Tiers 1856 Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 302/112

No 1

CRETTENDEN, John labourer Adelaide 1843[-1854] Memorial 30/319

CRETTENDEN, John farmer New Tiers 1848[-1855] Memorial 481/1. Husband of Sarah Crittenden 1852 Memorial 227/42.

CRETTENDEN, John farmer New Tiers 1854 Memorial 91/73

CRETTENDEN, John farmer New Tiers, died c1858. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Crettenden, for her lifetime, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children Sarah, Emily, Samuel, Catherine, William and John Crettenden Memorial 150/148

CRETTENDEN, John the Elder farmer New Tiers, died 9/10/1858, cause not 130130stated, aged 55. His widow, Sarah Crettenden, died 25/4/1880 Mt Lofty, of 130130softening of the brain, aged 77. Close friends with John HORSNELL 130130gardener Magill. Family - (1) Sarah Hiles Crettenden married John Hoyles 131131SOUTHAM/SOUTHON farmer One Tree Hill on 7/3/1841. She died 2/6/1868 131131One Tree Hill, of rheumatic fever, aged 41, intestate and without children; 131

(2) Emily Elizabeth Crettenden minor married John CURTIS of age 131131 brickmaker on 13/10/1845 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide (Witnesses: 131131George GREGORY and Frances MORRIS). John Curtis died. Emily Elizabeth 131131Curtis 32 Currie St, remarried to George SHARP 31 wheelwright Currie St 131131(Father Michael Sharp) on 23/3/1862, St John's Halifax St (Witnesses: 131131William GOODE drayman and Jane Goode Pirie St), and died 30/6/1876 131131(George Sharp wheelwright near Balhannah 1880); (3) Samuel Crettenden 131131wood splitter Mt Lofty 1880; (4) Catherine Crettenden 17 married Philip WICKHAM 22 gardener 3/6/1850 Holy Trinity Adelaide 131131(Witnesses: William and J PRATT) Philip Wickham labourer Marryatville, 131131died 16/4/1876 cerous apoplexy, aged 47; (5) William John Crettenden gardener Mt Lofty 1880 Application 18232

CRETTENDEN, Sarah widow New Tiers had family: Sarah HOYLES wife of John Hoyles farmer One Tree Hilll, Emily SHARPE wife of George Sharpe wheelwright near Balhannah, Samuel Crettenden woodsplitter Mt Lofty, Catherine WICKHAM wife of Philip Wickham woodsplitter Mt Lofty and William John Crettenden gardener Mt Lofty 1864 Memorial 326/193

No 1

CRETTENDEN, Robert George farmer Narridy. Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 485 County Victoria

CRETTENDEN, Robert George farmer Salter Springs Co Gawler. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 249 County Victoria

CRETTENDEN, Robert George farmer Orroroo Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 538 County Frome

CRETTENDEN, Robert George farmer Gladstone Co Victoria 1879 Book 13 Page 284 County Dalhousie

CRETTENDEN, Robert George stockholder Cradock Co Granville. Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 49 Page 165 County Newcastle

CRETTENDEN, Robert George farmer Cradock Co Granville. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 384 County Dalhousie

CRETTENDEN, RG of Cradock 1886 Memorial 172/374

CRETTENDEN, Robert George farmer Cradock Co Granville 1887 Memorial 241/383

CRETTENDEN, Rose spinster Smithfield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 253 County Victoria

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CRETTENDEN, Samuel labourer Light’s Village near Adelaide 1839. Colonel Light’s trustees, Henry NIXON and BT FINNISS, sold Thebarton allotments after his death, on the village he laid out on 21 acres of Section 1 Survey B Application 7072

CRITTENDEN/CRETTENDEN, Samuel farmer Smiths Creek 1850 Memorial 161/29

CRETTENDEN, Samuel of the Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 416/45

CRETTENDEN, Samuel the Elder farmer Smith Creek Gawler Plains 1858 Memorial 10/141

CRETTENDEN, Samuel farmer Smithfield West 1859 Application 431

CRETTENDEN, Samuel farmer Smithfield 1862 Application 2785

CRETTENDEN, Samuel farmer formerly of Kensington but now of Smithfield 1868 Application 9409

CRETTENDEN, Samuel farmer near Smithfield 1875 Memorial 250/284

CRETTENDEN, Samuel the Younger farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 124/103

CRETTENDEN, Samuel the Younger farmer Gawler 1858 Memorial 90/136

CRETTENDEN, Samuel carter Kapunda 1864 Memorial 203/199

CRETTENDEN, Samuel formerly farmer Gawler Plains but now out of business North Adelaide 1893 Memorial 80/433

CRETTENDEN, Samuel woodsplitter Mt Lofty, John Crettenden gardener Mt Lofty, George SHARP wheelwright Balhannah husband of the late Emily Sharp nee Crettenden, Catherine WICKHAM nee Crettenden widow of the late Philip Wickham 'the same having been read over and explained to her she appearing to understand'1880 Memorial 24/326

CRETTENDEN, Samuel farmer formerly Gawler Plains but now North Adelaide 1880 Application 18189

CRETTENDEN, Samuel formerly farmer Gawler Plains then out of business North Adelaide, died 8/7/1893. Estate worth £3,300. Children mentioned - Jane Ridgway wife of John Ridgway farmer Woodville, Robert George Crettenden stockholder Meadows, Lucy Ann Growden, James Henry Crettenden, Rose Crettenden, Mary Ann NIEMANN wife of Alfred Niemann labourer Gladstone (she died before her father, with her children Olive May Niemann and Theodore Vivian Niemann inheriting her share), Jemima Louisa LYFORD, and Alice Eliza FRENCH Application 27176

CRETTENDEN, Walter Spencer farmer Smithfield, died 7/11/1921 Memorial 100/487

No 1

CRETTENDEN, William farmer Smith Creek 1853 Memorial 479/65

CRETTENDEN, William poundkeeper Smithfield 1866 Memorial 95/217

CRETTENDEN, William (formerly) farmer near Smithfield, died c1894. Husband of Elizabeth Crettenden, who died 11/1/1913 intestate. George East Crettenden farmer Smithfield, died 8/4/1921. Arthur Crettenden farmer Smithfield had to settle all these estates in 1922 Memorials 101-103/487

CRETTENDEN, William farmer Smithfield, died 17/6/1894, of dimentia and asthenia, aged 62. Application 23861

CRETTENDEN, William farmer near Smithfield, died 17/6/1894. He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Crettenden, and his children: Arthur Crettenden, George East Crettenden (died 8/4/1921 Parkside intestate and a bachelor. Estate worth £166); Frederick William Crettenden farmer Blyth; Clara Elizabeth Crettenden spinster Smithfield; Walter Spencer Crettenden (died 7/11/1921 Parkside intestate a bachelor; estate worth £408). Estate worth £829. He could not write. Elizabeth Crettenden widow Smithfield, died 11/1/1913 intestate. Estate worth £139. Letters of administration to her son, Arthur Crettenden farmer Smithfield. Application 27176

No 1

CREWES, Ernest William storekeeper Kooringa. Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1891 Application 28412

CREWES, Ernest William storekeeper Kooringa 1902 Application 24499

CREWES, Ernest William merchant Kooringa 1898[-1917] Memorial 4/436

CREWES, Ernest William director Drew & Crewes Ltd of Commercial St, Kooringa 1912 Memorial 100/467

CREWES, Ernest William storekeeper Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 171/494

CREWES, Ernest William storekeeper Kooringa 1928, trustee of the Kooringa Freemasons' Lodge Application 27647

CREWES, Keith Raymond farmer formerly of Springbank but now of Kooringa 1937, declared that he had lived his whole life in the Kooringa area. He was a son of Ernest Wiliam Crewes who began an informal partnership with John Drew as storekeepers in Kooringa during 1893. They made a written partnership on 28/8/ 1896. Became an incorporated company during 1911. Between 1912-1921, KR Crewes worked for the firm, in 1920-21 as manager of the bulk store at Aberdeen Application 28056

No 1

CREWS, Jane widow Penrice 1864 Application 5613

CREWS, Jane widow Penrice, died 1865. She left her estate in various amounts to her three daughters - Elizabeth Ann HISCOCK wife of John Hiscock of Penrice, Jane Crews and Mary Francis Crews spinsters Penrice Memorial 237/204

No 1

CREWS, John farmer Bay Road near Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 267/19

CREWS, John farmer late of the Bay Road 1853 but now of McLaren Vale 1872 Application 11880

No 1

CREWS, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 212/13

CREWS, Thomas licensed victualler Houghton Little Para Special Survey 1850 Memorial 203/19

CREYHTON, William gentleman Norwood 1853 Memorial 63/51

No 1

CRIBB, William ironmonger Semaphore 1893 Application 22522

CRIBB, William ironmonger of Messrs CROOKS & BROOKER Rundle St, Adelaide 1897 Application 23302

No 1

CRICK, John farmer Macclesfield 1856 Memorial 256/98

CRICK, Eliza widow Macclesfield 1898 Application 23553

No 1

CRICKETT, Frederick of the Portland Estate 1875[-1876] Memorial 242/281

CRICKETT, Frederick labourer Portland Estate, died 21/6/1883 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Alice Mary Crickett, to settle the £300 estate Memorial 58/380

CRICKETT, Frederick labourer Portland Estate, died intestate before his wife, Alice Mary Crickett, who died 10/8/1889, also intestate. Parents of William George Crickett carpenter Pt Adelaid. Memorial 158/400

CRICKETT, Frederick labourer Portland Estate, died 21/6/1883 intestate. Estate worth £800. Letters of administration to his widow, Alice Mary Crickett, who died 10/8/1889 without carrying out this task. Letters of administration to William George Crickett carpenter Pt Adelaide, to deal with both estates. Probably family links with Mary Crickett wife of Frederick John Crickett painter Franklin 1915 Application 26456

No 2

CRICKETT, Frederick painter Portland Estate 1896 Application 23171

CRIDDLE, William Percival Cleaver postmaster Kingston S-E. Kingston Institute trustee 1936 Memorial 14/510

CRIGHTON, William of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 274/37

No 1

CRIMEEN, Sarah spinster Adelaide 1884 Memorial 99/358

CRIMEEN, Sarah spinster North Adelaide, died 3/7/1911. Estate worth £2,000 Memorial 27/466

No 1

CRIMP, John blacksmith Adelaide 1846[-1852] Memorial 311/3

CRIMP, John gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 340/17

CRIMP, John coachbuilder Adelaide 1866 Application 20125

CRIMP, John coachbuilder Adelaide 1867[-1876] Memorial 169/226

CRIMP, John coach builder Brighton and Ellena Crimp his wife 1912 Application 26143

CRIMP, John post office Brighton 1896 Application 23057

CRIMP, Richard wheelwright Adelaide 1858 Memorial 228/136

CRISFORD, Caleb carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 64/33

CRISFORD, Charles clerk to William Martin LETCHFORD broker Adelaide 1869 Memorial 53/243

No 1

CRISP, Brian Correll dentist Neweys Road, Mitcham 1954 Memorial 43/529

CRISP, Brian Correll orthodontist Neweys Rd, Mitcham 1954 Application 29075

CRISP, Douglas Bertram civil servant Netherby Ave, Netherby. St Michael's Mitcham trustee 1941 Memorial 106/515

CRISP, Edward farmer Crystal Brook trustee Bible Christian Mission House Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 221 County Victoria

No 1

CRISP, JN wheelwright and machinist Aldinga 1908 Memorial 83/460

CRISP, John Noah blacksmith Aldinga 1915 Memorial 53/472

CRISP, John Noah blacksmith Aldinga Methodist Church trustee 1915 Application 26429

CRISP, John Noah carpenter Aldinga 1927, declared that he had lived in Aldinga for 44 years Application 27558

CRISP, John Noah carpenter Aldinga 1936, declared that he was 75 years old and had lived in the area for more than 50 years Application 27214

No 1

CRISP, Matilda spinster Adelaide 1850[-1860] Memorial 495/25

CRISP, Matilda spinster Norwood 1854 Memorial 272/68

No 1

CRISP, Richard blacksmith Mt Barker. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 349/27

CRISP, Richard yeoman Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 350/71

CRISP, Richard lodginghouse keeper Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 200/35

CRISP, Richard formerly and again gardener Mt Barker late gold digger New Zealand in between 1863 Application 4670

CRISP, Richard formerly lodginghouse keeper but then gardener Mt Barker 1876 Application 15367

CRISP, Martha widow of Richard Crisp farmer Mt Barker 1882 Application 19180

CRISP, William farmer formerly of Willunga but now of Coonatto 1897 Application 23316

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CRISPE, Charles farmer near Gawler 1882 Memorial 12/341

CRISPE, Charles of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 50/391

CRISPE, Charles sharebroker Adelaide 1891 Memorial 65/409

No 1

CRISPE, Clement farmer Gawler River 1848 Memorial 317/10 stockholder Adelaide 1849 Enrolment 16/6

CRISPE, Clement farmer Gawler River, died c1857. Husband of Indiana Maxwell Crispe Memorial 301/132

CRISPE, Clement storekeeper Adelaide 1841 Farmer Gawler River 1848 died 25/11/1857, leaving his wife, Indiana Maxwell Crispe, and children, Thomas Crispe (gentleman Adelaide 1882), Georgiana Crispe, Indiana Crispe wife of Charles Lewis REUTER, Alfred Clement Crispe, Annie Crispe, Eliza Crispe wife of Edward Peyton EVANS, Charles Crispe, and Edward Crispe auctioneer Adelaide, all over 21 years old, as of 1882. In 1842, Mrs Crispe had pt Town Acre 488, Section 65 in the Pt Gawler Special Survey, P Section 296 Survey B, and Allotment 164 Hindmarsh, settled upon her for life, and after her death, to her husband for life, then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Two trustees, Thomas Maxwell BAGNOLD gentleman Blackheath Villa Truson, Suffolk and Thomas Hall DURRANT gent Portsea, Hants, England, sent money to SA from time to time to buy land for Mrs Crispe’s welfare. The SA trustees were William WAINWRIGHT watchmaker Adelaide and Peter COOK butcher Adelaide, began their duties in 1841. Mrs Crispe became insolvent on 27/2/1877, and the assignees sold her trust settlement land for the benefit of the creditors. Mrs Crispe died 18/9/1881. She had known for some time beforehand that her husband had put her Section 65 Gawler Special Survey under the RPA fraudulently, and told her son, Edward Crispe, that he should do what he could to correct the situation. Application 9936

CRISPE, Indiana Maxwell widow Gawler River 1859 Memorial 295/161

CRISPE, Indiana Maxwell widow Buckland Park near Gawler 1869 Application 9936

No 1

CRISPE, Edward farmer Gawler River 1873 Memorial 181/264

CRISPE, Edward farmer Virginia 1875 Memorial 1/287

CRISPE, Thomas grocer Norwood 1854[-1855] Memorial 67/84

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CRISPE, Thomas Bagnold farmer Gawler River 1854[-1855] Memorial 64/63

CRISPE, Thomas Bagnold leased land 'about ten miles north-east of the Olary railway station' on which to mine copper 1888 Memorial 184/389

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CRISPIN, John labourer Norwood 1851[-1855] Memorial 95/37 Gold digger Norwood 1853 Memorial 160/48

CRISPIN, John farmer Norwood 1855 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 228/108

CRISPIN, John yeoman Milang 1859 Memorial 194/161

CRISPIN, John labourer Milang 1882[-1883] Memorial 164/341

CRISPIN, John labourer formerly of Milang but now of Corryton 1884 Memorial 109/360

CRISPIN, John the Elder of near Milang. Father of John Crispin the Younger and Thomas Crispin 1869 Memorial 158/353

CRISPIN, John George labourer Adelaide executor under the will for the estate of the late John Crispin formerly farmer Milang but now deceased 1902 Memorial 72/445

No 2

CRISPIN, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1866 Memorial 249/222

No 1

CRISPIN, Silas sawyer Kersbrook 1874 Application 13958

CRISPIN, Silas dairyman Pt Pirie 1902 Memorial 66/445

CRITCHELL, George gentleman Mt Remarkable 1856 Memorial 182/111

No 1

CRITCHELL, James shepherd Little Para District 1839. By 1853, he was a yeoman of the Old Gilbert Arms Application 26255

CRITCHELL, James licensed victualler North Adelaide 1842 Memorial 355/2

CRITCHELL, James yeoman Section 1283 Gilbert River 1846[-1854] Memorial 220/9

CRITCHELL, James yeoman Old Gilbert Arms, Gilbert River 1853 Memorial 260/59

CRITCHELL, James gentleman Mt Remarkable 1856 Memorial 339/104

CRITCHELL, James formerly yeoman Section 1283 Gilbert River, died c1865 intestate. Father of George Critchell of Chowilla Vic, his eldest son and heir at law Memorial 63/206

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CRITCHLEY, James the Elder farmer Kanmantoo 1885[-1890] Memorial 66/371, Application 21845

CRITCHLEY, James miner Kanmantoo 1906 Memorial 67/456

CRITCHLEY, James miner Murray Bridge, died 16/10/1926. Father of James Paul Critchley licensed victualler Nairne and Dora Beatrice Critchley spinster Nairne Memorials 147 & 148/497

No 1

CRITCHLEY, John farmer Hundred of Monarto 1858[-1862] Memorial 15/135

CRITCHLEY, John farmer Mount View Hundred of Monarto 1867 Application 8200

No 1

CRITCHLEY, Michael farmer Kanmantoo Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1862 Grant Book 58 Page 61 County Sturt

CRITCHLEY, Michael farmer Monarto, had died by 1901 intestate. Letters of administration to Catherine Critchley widow Monarto to settle the estate Grant Book 58 Page 132 County Sturt

CRITCHLEY, Timothy farmer Rockleigh, aged 86 in 1953, declared that he had lived near Kanmantoo for his whole life Application 28949

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CRITCHLEY, William farmer Parilla. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 112 County Chandos

CRITCHLEY, William farmer Lameroo. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1910[-1927] Grant Book 12 Page 113 County Chandos

CRITTENDEN, Eliza widow Pt Germein [relict of Alfred John Crittenden of Noarlunga and Baroota], had died by 1911. Executor – David BEYER the Elder farmer Baroota Grant Book 24 Page 705 County Frome

No 1

CRITTENDEN, George yeoman Findon 1852 Memorial 78/41.

CRITTENDEN, George labourer Findon 1856 Memorial 418/95

CRITTENDEN, George carrier Beverley 1877 Memorial 60/303

CRITTENDEN, George brickmaker Beverley 1884 Application 20309

CRITTENDEN, George farmer Findon 1886 Application 20955

CRITTENDEN, George farmer Findon 1897 Application 23430

No 2

CRITTENDEN, George farmer Baroota trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Baroota land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

CRITTENDEN, James farmer Baroota trustee Public School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1887[-1891] Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

CRITTENDEN, Samuel dealer Hallett Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 28 County Granville

No 1

CRITTENDEN, William teamster Findon 1875 [How does this family relate to the CRETTENDEN family?] Memorial 21/281

CRITTENDEN, William carrier Findon 1876 Application 14811

CRITTENDEN, William farmer Baroota 1878 Application 16710

CRITTENDEN, William farmer Baroota trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Baroota land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

CROAK, John farmer Hundred of Noarlunga linked with Peter Croak labourer Woolundunga and his wife Mary Croak 1886 Memorial 219/377

CROAK, Pierce farmer Hundred of Woolundunga 1884 Memorial 25/357

CROCKER, Albert overseer of works North East Road Roseberry 1927 Application 27603

CROCKER, Albert Edwin coachpainter Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1916 Grant Book 2 Page 34 County Adelaide

No 1

CROCKER, Benjamin butcher One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1870 Memorial 221/253

CROCKER, Benjamin John farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 89 County Victoria

CROCKER, Benjamin John farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 153 County Victoria

CROCKER, Benjamin John farmer near Gladstone 1881 Memorial 247/335

CROCKER, Benjamin John farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 159 County Victoria

No 1

CROCKER, Charles blacksmith Upper Wakefield 1864 Memorial 202/196

CROCKER, Charles farmer Upper Wakefield 1874 Memorial 217/275

CROCKER, Charles blacksmith Undalya 1876[-1887] Memorial 32/293, Application 2076

CROCKER, Dorothy Rose and CROCKER, Gertrude Jean home duties Marrabel 1949 Application 28680

CROCKER, George shoemaker Islington 1855[-1855] Memorial 456/80

CROCKER, Henry Ernest and CROCKER, Frederick Hayson farmers Marrabel 1914 Application 26404

No 1

CROCKER, Henry George auctioneer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1859 Memorial 242/157

CROCKER, Henry George clerk Adelaide 1865 Memorial 286/200

No 1

CROCKER, James blacksmith Islington 1852[-1855] Memorial 356/42.

No 2

CROCKER, James of Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 179/258

No 3

CROCKER, James wood and coal merchant Adelaide 1885 Memorial 138/364

CROCKER, James Benjamin wood merchant Adelaide 1885 Memorial 244/372

CROCKER, James Gordon farmer Wepowie 1949 Grant Book 13 Page 176 County Dalhousie

CROCKER, Jesse labourer St John's Wood 1863 Application 3847

No 1

CROCKER, John carpenter Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 286/115

CROCKER, John builder Norwood 1876 Application 14858

CROCKER, John builder Burnside 1883[-1888] Memorial 213/350, Application 21328

No 2

CROCKER, John farmer Pekina 1880 Memorial 219/322

CROCKER, John farmer Pekina linked with William Joseph Moakely Crocker farmer Caltowie 1889 Memorial 57/398

CROCKER, John farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1903[-1921] Grant Book 13 Page 173 County Dalhousie

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CROCKER, John Sheldon blacksmith Adelaide 1873 Memorial 196/268

CROCKER, John Sheldon publican Adelaide (Gilles St) 1882  Application 19275

No 1

CROCKER, Mary widow Adelaide 1856 Memorial 113/100

CROCKER, Mary widow Adelaide, relict of the late Philip Crocker of London and mother of John Crocker carpenter Norwood 1858 Memorial 157/246

CROCKER, Mary widow Norwood 1866 Memorial 54/226

CROCKER, Mary widow Adelaide, relict of Philip Crocker of London, died 20/2/1869 Norwood, of old age, aged 80. All her estate to her son, John Crocker the Elder carpenter Norwood absolutely. Grandmother of John Crocker the Younger and Thomas Crocker Application 11520

No 1

CROCKER, Norman John draper Pt Adelaide took out a 10-year lease on the Club House Hotel, Hindley St Adelaide 1852 Memorial 192/45

CROCKER, Norman John draper Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 342/78

CROCKER, Norman John draper Adelaide linked with Walter William Crocker draper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 101/145

CROCKER, Norman John draper formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now of Sydney NSW 1875 Application 14274

No 1

CROCKER, Robert sawyer New Tiers 1849[-1871] Memorial 344/18

CROCKER, Robert farmer New Tiers 1856 Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 302/112

No 2

CROCKER, Robert surveyor Cox Creek 1855 Memorial 257/89

No 1

CROCKER, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1841 Application 15182

CROCKER, Thomas farmer Hammersmith near Adelaide 1848[-1863] Memorial 93/11

CROCKER, Thomas cordwainer Onkaparinga Road 1848[-1853] Memorial 137/13

CROCKER, Thomas formerly farmer Adelaide 1841 later cordwainer Onkaparinga Road 1848. By 1863, he was a farmer at Hammersmith Application 15182

No 2 - likely to be the same person

CROCKER, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1850[-1858] Memorial 349/20

CROCKER, Thomas bellows maker Adelaide 1853[-1861] Memorial 184/52

No 3

CROCKER, Thomas farmer Littlehampton 1881 Memorial 74/335

No 4

CROCKER, Thomas farmer Custon. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1890[-1910] Grant Book 7 Page 17 County Buckingham

No 1

CROCKER, Walter William merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1853 Memorial 27/57

CROCKER, Walter William merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 84/79

CROCKER, Walter William gentleman Christchurch New Zealand 1864 Memorial 341/199

CROCKER, Walter William Esquire of parts beyond the seas [he signed the form in Christchurch New Zealand] 1875, linked with Norman John Crocker of Sydney NSW Application 14199

No 1

CROCKER, William surveyor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 129/102

Corporal in the Corps of Royal Sappers and Miners Adelaide 1856 Memorial 130/102

CROCKER, William surveyor One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1860 Application 1105

CROCKER, William farmer One Tree Hill 1861 Application 2739

CROCKER, W farmer One Tree Hill Sources of the Little Para 1874 Memorial 1/279

No 2

CROCKER, William carter Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 24/120

CROCKER, William labourer Portland Estate 1863[-1876] Memorial 120/190

CROCKER, William driver Pt Adelaide, died 1891 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Ann Crocker, to finalise the estate Application 25697

CROCKER, William driver Pt Adelaide, died 5/5/1891 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Ann Crocker, to settle his £600 estate Memorial 2/410

No 3

CROCKER, William master mariner Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10348

No 4

CROCKER, William farmer Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 227 County Fergusson

No 5

CROCKER, William master mariner Semaphore 1902 Memorial 60/445

CROFT, Florence Bessy widow Willaston, aged 79 in 1953, declared that she had lived in Willaston all her lif. She was a daugher of Eliza SMITH, who died 17/7/1912 Application 28978

CROFT, George labourer Happy Valley 1855 Memorial 225/81

CROFT, Harold storekeeper Watervale 1900, declared that he had lived in the district since c1850 Application 23998

CROFT, Hugh Esquire now of Down House, Lamberhurst, Sussex, England, formerly of Liddington ??, near Newhaven, Sussex, then Lower Clapton, Middlesex, died 7/9/1866. Estate worth £45,000. Wife called Elizabeth. She and the other executor, John Croft surgeon St Thomas’s Hospital Surrey, England, appointed Edward Amand WRIGHT Esquire Adelaide, their attorney to manage their SA business re Hugh Croft 25/3/1867. Land in the Hundred of Onkaparinga and Sixth Creek. EA Wright had been Hugh Croft’s attorney, along with John HECTOR, since 1862 Deposits 203/1865 & 112/1867.

No 1

CROFT, James Sibery of Petersburg 1882 Memorial 136/343

CROFT, James Sibery clerk Wallaroo 1893 Memorial 214/416

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CROFT, John of Melrose and Charlotte Edith Croft his wife 1950 Application 28710

CROFT, John Levi out of business Melrose, aged 82 in 1950, declared that he had been born on 8/8/1867 at Melrose and had remained there all his life Application 28764

CROFT, JS labourer Melrose 1911 Application 28155

CROFT, Joseph William Jarnett of Mt Gambier 1887 Memorial 187/388

No 1

CROFT, Joseph Woolley Broadcroft clerk Adelaide 1873 Application 12867

CROFT, Joseph Woolley Broadstock postmaster Gawler 1895[-1896] Memorial 79/426, Application 23060

CROFTON, Harmon Briscoe manager Moseley St, Glenelg, linked with Morgan Dunn Crofton salesman Jeanees Ave, St Leonards, Vanda Melesena Croftoln store assistant, Malwa Crofton home duties, June Beth Crofton store assistant 77 Allison St, St Leonards all associated with the business named SANDERS rubber store Adelaide (Rundle Buildings, 186 Rundle St) 1947 Memorial 42/522

CROFTS, Samuel carter Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 31/149

CROKER, David the Younger farmer Emu Flat Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 45 County Dalhousie

No 1

CROKER, John of O'Halloran Hill 1855 Memorial 283/103

CROKER, John labourer O'Halloran Hill 1902 Memorial 225/444

CROKER, John Hammond consulting electrical engineer Adelaide (179 Pirie St) and 196 Prospect Road 1940 Memorial 78/514

No 1

CROLL, James of Clare 1865 Memorial 286/206

CROLL, James cordwainer Clare 1879 Memorial 25/315

CROLL, James cordwainer Clare 1882 Application 18974

No 1

CROMBIE, Helen teacher Nairne 1858 Memorial 42/148

CROMBIE, Helen and Marjory spinsters Nairne 1859 Memorial 93/149

CROMBIE, Helen spinster Nairne 1860 Memorial 96/162

CROMBIE, Helen teacher Nairne 1863 Application 4666

CROMBIE, Helen spinster teacher Nairne 1866. She lent out money on mortgaged real estate Application 8006

CROMBIE, James farmer Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 178/141

No 1

CROMBIE/CROMIE, Joseph policeman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 376/2 Yeoman Adelaide by 1845 Memorial 319/4

CROMBIE, Joseph licensed victualler Gilberton 1854 Memorial 398/67

CROMBIE, Joseph gardener Lower North Adelaide, died 16/6/1900 intestate. Estate worth £490. Father of William John Varcoe Crombie draughtsman Prospect Memorial 82/441

CROMBIE, Joseph former State inspector of police late market gardener North Adelaide, died 16/6/1900 intestate. Husband of Jane Crombie. Estate worth £490. Letters of administration to his son, William John Varcoe Crombie draughtsman Prospect 1901 Application 24151

No 1

CROMPTON, Alfred clerk Norwood 1913 Memorial 149/468

CROMPTON, Alfred clerk Norwood 1913 Application 26185

CROMPTON, Caleb storekeeper Bowden 1849 Memorial 393/14 Farmer Bowden 1850 Memorial 332/23, Application 19511

No 1

CROMPTON, Henry Woodhouse and Joseph Crompton dealers Adelaide 1900 Memorial 42/441

CROMPTON, Henry Woodhouse merchant Adelaide 1912 Application 26156

CROMPTON, Henry Woodhouse merchant Adelaide 1937, declared that he had been born on 29/6/1867 Application 27214

No 1

CROMPTON, John farm servant Onkaparinga1856 Memorial 172/112

CROMPTON, John farmer Mt Barker 1881 Memorial 74/335

CROMPTON, John farmer near Mt Barker father of Ellen Alice EASLEA wife of Walter Freeman Easlea farmer near Littlehampton, Clement Howard Crompton farmer near Mt Barker and Arthur Henry Crompton a minor near Mt Barker 1898 Memorial 219/435

No 1

CROMPTON, Joseph vine grower Stonyfell 1863 Memorial 53/192

CROMPTON, Joseph merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1875 Memorial 219/280

CROMPTON, Joseph formerly merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) but now wine grower Adelaide 1875 Application 14268.

CROMPTON, Joseph merchant Stonyfell near Burnside 1876 Memorial 51/291 Merchant now in parts beyond the seas 1876 Memorial 69/291

CROMPTON, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1877 Memorial 97/304

CROMPTON, Joseph merchant Adelaide 1881 Application 18874.

CROMPTON, Joseph merchant Adelaide 1882[-1883] Memorial 20/339

CROMPTON, Joseph merchant Adelaide (Freeman St) 1883[-1884] Memorial 166/349

CROMPTON, Joseph merchant Freeman St, Adelaide bankrupt 8/9/1884. Excellent list of assets, including stock in trade Enrolment 81/53. Assets included a lucerne paddock and dairy at Woodville, farm at Carrickalinga, Stoneyfell House, shop premises in Freeman St, Adelaide, land at Gladstone, Burnside, Stepney, Pt Elliot, Wallaroo, Crystal Brook, Jamestown, Mt Gambier, Magill, Pt Willunga, Napperby, Beltana, Pt Pirie, York. He lived at Stoneyfell Enrolment 81/53.

CROMPTON, Joseph merchant Adelaide and Susan Mary Crompton his wife 1887 Application 21301

CROMPTON, Joseph and Henry Woodhouse general dealers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Crompton & Son 1894 Memorial 54/421

CROMPTON, Joseph gentleman Stonyfell 1883 Memorial 107/350

CROMPTON, Messrs & Sons skinclassers York township near Adelaide 1902 Application 24512

CROMPTON, Joseph merchant formerly of Freeman St, Adelaide but then of Stonyfell, died 27/4/1901. Estate worth £13,000. His business to his son, Henry Woodhouse Crompton absolutely. The rest of the estate in trust to his children in equal shares absolutely once the youngest child turned 21 Application 26625

No 1

CRONIN, Eugene blacksmith Redruth 1860 Application 2009

CRONIN, Eugene hotelkeeper Redruth 1864. He took a 5-year lease of the Commercial Hotel, Clare, at £3/10/- a week from Charles Houlton WEBB medical practitioner Clare Memorial 272/207

CRONIN, James, John, Thomas, Jeremiah, Daniel and Michael farmers near Whitwarta 1889[-1896] Memorial 127/396

No 1 – the Elder

CRONIN, Jeremiah wheelwright Watervale 1855 Memorial 401/86

CRONIN, Jeremiah the Elder poundkeeper Leasingham, died intestate c1860. By September 1860, his widow, Ellen Cronin, lived at Kooringa. His eldest son, Jeremiah Joseph the Younger, was a printer in Adelaide Memorial 311/168

No 2 – the Younger

CRONIN, Jeremiah blacksmith Redhill Redhill (Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 499 County Daly

CRONIN, Thomas farmer Whitwarta 1887[-1888] Memorial 88/382

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CRONK, James farmer Dry Creek 1848[-1867] Memorial 199/10

CRONK, James farmer Dry Creek 1854 Application 3834

CRONK, James farmer Dry Creek. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 68 County Adelaide

CRONK, James yeoman Modbury 1890 Memorial 13/406

CRONK, James farmer Modbury 1896[-1903] Memorial 137/427

CRONK, James farmer Modbury 1903, declared that he had a step-son, Jacob STORER, who lived at Modbury in 1860 Application 27463

CRONK, James the Elder farmer Modbury, died 5/7/1904. Father of William Cronk, Henry John Cronk (farmer Modbury) and James Cronk the Younger, also daughters Elizabeth, Jane and Ann Cronk. Father-in-law of George MORRIS farmer Modbury. Grandfather of Joseph SAWTELL. Estate worth £1,200 Memorial 99/453

CRONK, James the Elder yeoman Adelaide 1840 Farmer Modbury by 1861. He died 1904. The bulk of his estate to his son Henry John Cronk farmer Modbury, absolutely, subject to legacies to sons William and James Cronk the Younger, and daughters Elizabeth, Jane and Ann Cronk Application 25019

CRONKE, James farmer Darley on the Torrens 1853 Memorial 397/70

CROOK, David farmer Willowbanks. Woods Flat Institute trustee 1919 Grant Book 3 Page 128 County Albert

CROOK, Donald Keith farmer Purnong Murray River. Purnong (HUndred of Forster) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 3 Page 151 County Albert

No 1

CROOK, Henry gardener Adelaide 1843 Memorial 457/2

CROOK, Henry gardener Chain of Ponds 1853[-1862] Memorial 178/56

CROOK, Henry farmer Ward Garden Hundred of Para Wirra 1858 Memorial 98/135

CROOK, Henry farmer formly of Ward Gardens Hundred of Para Wirra, later Gumeracha, died c1883. He left the following family - his widow Elizabeth Crook and children - Henry Crook, Elizabeth BILLINGSLEY nee Crook, Richard Crook, Robert Crook, Mary Ann BAKER nee Crook, William Crook, John Crook and Thomas Crook, and one grandchild, George Crook, aged 14, under the guardianship of Ann OSBORN 1889 Application 21570

No 1

CROOK, James yeoman Brighton 1853 Memorial 457/49

CROOK, James carpenter Glenelg 1854[-1875] Memorial 332/75 Member of the Glenelg, Brighton & Adelaide Building Society 1854 Memorial 450/78

CROOK, James builder Glenelg 1857 Memorial 255/128

CROOK, James rates collector Glenelg 1882 Application 19544

CROOK, James collector Glenelg 1889 Application 21572

CROOK, James gentleman Glenelg 1893 Memorial 61/416

CROOK, James builder Glenelg, died 9/5/1893. He left his whole estate, worth £200, to his widow, Sarah Crook, who died 3/11/1897. She left her whole estate to Susannah MASSEY wife of Richard Levingstone Massey. Estate worth £200. Mrs Massey, aged 67 in 1920, was a niece to James Crook Application 26754

CROOK, James carpenter then builder [probably Torrens Square] Glenelg 1866[-1893], died 9/5/1893. His widow, Sarah Crook, died 3/11/1897. Sole beneficiary - Susannah MASSEY widow of Richard Dempster Massey of Glenelg as at 1918 Memorials 27 & 28/477

CROOK, Marianne spinster Norwood 1905 Memorial 193/452

No 1

CROOKS, Alexander clerk Bank of SA Adelaide 1875 Memorial 162/284

CROOKS, Alexander accountant Commercial Bank of SA Adelaide branch 1880 Manager Commercial Bank of SA 1881 Memorial 67/333

CROOKS, Amelia Thompson and Agnes Henderson Crooks spinsters Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853[-1855] Memorial 397/49

CROOKS, James sheep farmer Murray River 1856.

No 1

CROOKS, William printer Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 488/64

CROOKS, William printer Norwood 1861 Application 2442

CROOKS, W of College Town 1872 Memorial 237/260

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CROOKS, William merchant Adelaide 1876 Memorial 111/289

CROOKS, William ironmonger Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15810

CROOKS, William merchant Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16617

CROOKS, William ironmonger Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tatiara (later Wolseley Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 86 County Buckingham

CROOKS, William ironmonger and importer Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 138/386

CROOKS, William merchant Pt Adelaide linked with Ellen Crooks of Pt Adelaide 1890 Memorial 64/401

CROOKS, William and BROOKER, William merchants Adelaide 1892 Application 22425

CROOKS & BROOKER merchants Pt Adelaide 1896 Application 23156

CROOKS, William formerly ironmonger Adelaide 1893 but now gentleman Mornington Vic and Louisa Ellen Crooks his wife 1896 Application 23194

No 1

CROPLEY, Jeremiah cowkeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 399/21

CROPLEY, Jeremiah gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 330/66

CROPLEY, Jeremiah farmer Waterloo Plains 1859 Memorial 345/156

CROPLEY, Jeremiah and Slack Cropley farmers Waterloo Plains Hundred of Waterloo 1862 Memorial 208/181

CROPLEY, Jeremiah farmer Yankalilla, about to depart from the said province on a voyage to Europe or elsewhere, power of attorney to William Denton CLAXTON gentleman Adelaide and Robert HYDE farmer Hamilton, to manage his SA affairs during his absence 12/12/1867 Deposit 103/1869.

CROPLEY, Jeremiah formerly farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1859 perhaps later of Adelaide but then of parts beyond the sea 1869 Application 9949

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CROPLEY, John farmer Waterloo Plains 1867 Memorial 162/224

CROPLEY, John farmer Lancelot. Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 65 County Kimberley

CROPLEY, John farmer Lancelot Co Kimberley. Hundred of Coglin land grant 1885 Grant Book 34 Page 85 County Herbert

CROPLEY, John farmer Hundred of Coglin 1885 Memorial 172/368

No 1

CROPLEY, Slack farmer North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 330/66

CROPLEY, Slack farmer Hamilton on the Light 1860[-1872] Memorial 93/169

CROPLEY, Slack farmer Waterloo Plains 1864 Application 5799

CROPLEY, Slack farmer Waterloo Plains near Hamilton on the Light 1864[-1868] Memorials 196/193 & 178/218

CROPPER, Frederick James Albert restaurant keeper Adelaide 1893 Memorial 157/418

CROSBIE, Alan blacksmith Gawler South 1891 Application 22075

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CROSBY, Benjamin farmer Walkerville 1850 Memorial 52/28

CROSBY, Benjamin of Wallaroo Bay 1880 Memorial 21/326

CROSBY, Benjamin farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1905[-1911] Grant Book 14 Page 252 County Daly

CROSBY, Benjamin Bray farmer Hundred of Clinton 1892 Memorial 104/413

CROSBY, Charles William cabinetmaker Mitcham. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1905 Grant Book 2 Page 14 County Adelaide

No 1

CROSBY, Daniel police force sergeant Adelaide 1843 Memorial 267/3 Shopkeeper Adelaide 1848 Memorial 314/11

CROSBY, Daniel storekeeper Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1852 Memorial 302/39

CROSBY, Daniel water carrier Islington 1852 Memorial 53/41.

CROSBY, Daniel yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 32/49

CROSBY, Daniel storekeeper formerly of Adelaide but now of Prospect 1854[-1857] Memorial 139/75

CROSBY, Daniel yeoman Prospect 1854 Memorial 129/77

CROSBY, Daniel formerly yeoman Adelaide 1853 but now storekeeper Prospect 1868 Application 9427

CROSBY, Edwin James labourer Alford. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 308 County Daly

No 1

CROSBY, Henry Burgess motor merchant and MP Grove St, Unley Park linked with Agnes Crosby widow Ramsgate St, New Glenelg. WS Crosby mentioned but not described 1926 Memorial 10/496

CROSBY, Henry Burgess MP Unley Park 1932, declared that his parents were William and Agnes Crosby. His grandfather, Matthew Henry Crosby, owned land in Chapel St, Thebarton, during the 1890s, where he used to run a horse Application 27881

CROSBY, Henry Burgess MP motor merchant Grove St, Unley Park 1951 Memorial 35/526

No 1

CROSBY, Louis Henry storekeeper Arthurton Co Daly. Coonalpyn (Hundred of Coneybeer) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 181 County Buccleuch

CROSBY, Louis Henry general storekeeper Arthurton. Arthurton (Hundred of Tiparra) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 260 County Daly

No 1

CROSBY, Luther butcher Arthurton. Arthurton (Hundred of Tiparra) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 259 County Daly

CROSBY, Luther butcher Arthurton trustee Public Cemetery Arthurton 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

CROSBY, Luther butcher Arthurton 1885[-1888] Memorial 191/368

CROSBY, Luther butcher Arthurton. Arthurton (Hundred of Tiparra) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 259 County Daly

CROSBY, Luther butcher Arthurton trustee Public Cemetery Arthurton 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

CROSBY, Luther farmer Arthurton Co Daly. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 108 County Fergusson

CROSBY, Luther farmer Arthurton 1906 Memorial 169/455

CROSBY, Luther gentleman Arthurton. Arthurton (Hundred of Tiparra) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 259 County Daly

CROSBY, Luther farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

No 1

CROSBY, Matthew Henry storekeeper Thebarton 1856[-1877] Memorial 176/107

CROSBY, Matthew Henry storekeeper Thebarton 1882 He had bought the business, one of the oldest in Thebarton, in 1857, from the founder David DOWNING Application 19380

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CROSBY, Walter Thomas teacher Armagh near Clare 1864[-1869] Memorial 30/197

CROSBY, Walter Thomas licensed teacher Armagh Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 113 County Victoria

CROSBY, Walter Thomas farmer Belalie 1875 Memorial 215/288

No 1

CROSBY, William storekeeper Virginia 1871 Memorial 191/274

CROSBY, William storekeeper Virginia 1871 Application 11245

CROSBY, William storkeeper Dublin Dublin township alloltment land grant 1880 Grant Book 27 Page 485 County Gawler

CROSBY, William storekeeper New Glenelg and Virginia, died 1888. Executors; his wife Agnes Crosby, Martin BURGESS agent Unley and Josiah ODGERS machinist Virginia Memorial 98/393

CROSER, Arthur Woodman and John Rapid Croser graziers Second Valley 1924 Memorial 44/492

No 1

CROSER, Edward farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

CROSER, Edward farmer Troubridge trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

CROSER, Edward farmer Koolywurtie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1899 Grant Book 19 Page 316 County Fergusson

No 1

CROSER, Frederick Charles farmer Aldinga 1924 Memorial 95/491

CROSER, Frederick Charles farmer Aldinga, died 22/1/1943 Adelaide. Husband of Margaret Melville Croser. Father of Fred Croser farmer Aldinga Memorial 61/518

No 1

CROSER, George Limbert farmer Rapid Bay 1901 Memorial 162/444

CROSER, George Limbert farmer Warooka 1926[-1937] Memorial 131/494

No 1

CROSER, Henry farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 313 County Fergusson

CROSER, Henry farmer Dalrymple Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 149 County Fergusson

No 1

CROSER, William farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 293/151

CROSER, William farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 232 County Hindmarsh

CROSER, William farmer Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 184/185

CROSLAND, Harry Neicham Clerk in Holy Orders St George's Rectory, Alberton 1959, declared that he had lived at that address for 20 years Application 29341

CROSLEY, Catherine Lucy of Arthurton 1889 Memorial 83/396

CROSLEY, Matthew Henry storekeeper Thebarton 1870 Memorial 101/250

No 1

CROSS, Benjamin Henry wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1867 Memorial 34/220

CROSS, Benjamin Henry Esquire Adelaide and Bessie Frances Cross nee STUCKEY his wife 1872 Memorial 205/264

No 1 - the Elder

CROSS, Charles grocer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 312/101

CROSS, Charles shoemaker Brompton 1859 Memorial 151/159

CROSS, Charles cordwainer Brompton Hindmarsh Building Society director 1860 Memorial 123/172

CROSS, Charles labourer Brompton 1861 Application 2159

CROSS, Charles labourer Brompton 1870 Memorial 229/244

CROSS, Charles the Elder formerly grocer Hindmarsh now agent Brompton 1895. Father of Charles Cross the Younger chemist Malvern and Agnes THOMAS wife of Daniel Vivian Thomas Lance Corporal in the police force Kooringa Application 22899

No 2 - the Younger

CROSS, Charles chemist Gawler 1883 Memorial 225/353

CROSS, Charles JP of Gawler 1889 Memorial 173/396

CROSS, Daniel labourer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer linked with Gordon William Cross RAAF member Rathmines NSW 1952 Memorial 64/527

CROSS, Edward William butcher Thebarton 1858 Memorial 82/144 Of Dunnolly Vic 1858 Memorial 286/144

No 1

CROSS, Ephraim labourer Armagh 1861 Memorial 197/176

CROSS, Ephraim farmer Armagh near Clare 1864 Memorial 226/199

CROSS, Jane widow Armagh near Clare, relict of the late Ephraim Cross hawker Armagh near Clare 1910 Application 25894

CROSS, Ernest and Sydney publicans Adelaide (Rundle St) 1896 Memorial 177/428

No 1 - likely to be the same person; or the Elder and the Younger

CROSS, Frank builder Queenstown 1855[-1859] Memorial 72/85

CROSS, Frank licensed victualler Alberton 1858 Memorial 24/148

No 1

CROSS, George and Philip farmers Angas Plains 1858 Memorial 308/139

CROSS, George farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1895[-1900] Memorial 23/425

CROSS, George farmer Strathalbyn linked with Ivan Sinclair Cross farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1943 Memorial 27/517

CROSS, George farmer Strathalbyn 1950. His wife, Rose Harriet Cross, had already died Application 28744

CROSS, Gordon William formerly RAAF personnel Rathmines NSW but now labourer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer son of Esab el Elsie Cross married woman Belvidere 1954 Memorial 163/529

CROSS, Harold Hubert Isaac farmer Woodchester 1954 Application 29032

No 1

CROSS, Henry labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 485/21

CROSS, Henry yeoman Unley 1853 Memorial 142/46

CROSS, Henry farmer Unley 1854 Memorial 499/66

CROSS, Henry and Jacob farmers Hartley on the Bremer. Samuel Cross mentioned but not described 1876 Memorial 124/289

CROSS, Henry farmer Hartley 1877 Memorial 210/300

CROSS, Henry farmer formerly of the Bremer River [from the mid-1850s] but now of Callington 1892. He sold his farm to Carl Hermann REIMERS farmer Hartley. Application 22357

CROSS, Henry farmer Callington, died 27/9/1892, of exhaustion, and cancer at the cardiac end of the stomach, aged 64 Application 24373

No 1

CROSS, Isaac labourer Unley 1853 Memorial 303/47

CROSS, Isaac farmer The Bremer 1856[-1860] Langhorne Creek Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 331/105

CROSS, Isaac farmer Woodchester 1864[-1884] Memorial 3/199

CROSS, Isaac farmer Red Creek. Woodchester Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1863 Memorial 148/304

CROSS, Isaac farmer Woodchester 1870 Application 11137.

CROSS, Isaac yeoman Strathalbyn 1884 owned the Roman Catholic Church reserve in Woodchester, which the township’s founder, William Leigh, had sold to the Church in 1856. The Catholic Endowment Society also bought further allotments during 1857-1858 Application 20305

CROSS, Isaac farmer formerly of Woodchester but now of Strathalbyn 1892 Memorial 52/414

CROSS, Isaac yeoman Strathalbyn 1894 Application 22747

CROSS, Isaac out of business Strathalbyn 1899 Memorial 1/439

CROSS, Isaac farmer Strathalbyn, died 27/11/1900, of cystitis and influenza, aged 70. James Cross of Woodchester was a son Applications 24280, 24373

CROSS, Jacob farmer Hartley 1870 Application 11079

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CROSS, James carpenter Adelaide 1839 Brickmaker Adelaide 1848 Application 23296

CROSS, James farmer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 313/4

CROSS, James brickmaker Adelaide 1848 Memorial 258/13

CROSS, James carpenter late of Adelaide, now Brownhill Creek 1848[-1849] Memorial 243/13 Farmer near Government Farm Browhill Creek 1849. Enrolment 69/44

CROSS, James farmer Adelaide 1853 Clarendon allotment purchase Memorial 262/50

CROSS, James farmer Unley Park 1853[-1856] Memorial 375/76

CROSS, James the Younger farmer Willunga eldest son and heir at law of the late James Cross the Elder formerly farmer Unley Park but now deceased 1861 Memorial 343/173

CROSS, James farmer Aldinga 1861 Memorial 294/175

CROSS, Mary widow Unley Road 1858 relict of the late James Cross formerly contractor Unley Road deceased Memorial 114/137

CROSS, Mary widow Parkside 1858 Memorial 211/139

CROSS, Mary widow of James Cross the contractor Unley Road, died 2/7/1859 Goodwood Road, of phthisis, aged 30. She was the mother of James Cross the Younger farmer Unley Road, and John William CRANSTON law clerk Norwood. She held the mortgage for Gustav Heitmann’s Lobethal flour mill at the time of her death [Such a puzzle!! How could a 30 year-old woman be the mother of two grown up sons??] Was she a sister to Walter THOMSON contractor Unley Road 1858, who lent money in partnership with her?? Application 3532

No 2

CROSS, James farmer Belvidere [Hundred of Bremer] 1880 Memorial 92/322

CROSS, James farmer Belvidere on the Angas Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1892 Grant Book 7 Page 47 County Buckingham. Farmer Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 51 County Buckingham

No 3

CROSS, James farmer Boors Plains 1903 Memorial 33/449

No 1

CROSS, John shoemaker Adelaide (West Tce) 1863 Memorial 275/189

CROSS, John shoemaker Adelaide 1867 Memorial 128/222

CROSS, John bootmaker Adelaide (Leigh St) 1869 Memorial 198/244

No 2

CROSS, John farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Anne land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 8 County Victoria

CROSS, John farmer Wilmington. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

No 3

CROSS, John farmer McVittie Flat Hundred of Hallett Co Burra Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 590 County Frome

CROSS, John farmer Pinda Hammond (Hundred of Coonatto) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 733 County Frome

No 4

CROSS, John miller Wolseley. Wolseley (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 87 County Buckingham

No 5

CROSS, John clicker Norwood 1896. His daughter, Minna Toye Cross, was the wife of James Muirhead Junr painter and paperhanger Chapel St, Norwood 1896 Application 23132

CROSS, Luther butcher Arthurton 1886 Memorial 167/373

CROSS, Malcolm butcher Gladstone Tas and Ellen Ann Cross his wife daughter of Emily Moger and granddaughter of Edward MOGER gardener Mannum 1895 Memorial 28/425

No 1

CROSS, Richard of Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 187/74

CROSS, Richard shipwright Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 403/80

CROSS, Richard shipwright Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13516

CROSS, Richard shipwright Pt Adelaide, died 1881 Memorial 223/335

CROSS, Richard shipwright Pt Adelaide, died 21/10/1881. His entire estate absolutely to his daughter, Elizabeth Cross, widow of William Cross, Bloomsbury, London, Middlesex, England. If she had already died, the estate to go equally absolutely to her two sons, Richard William Cross and William Cross. Estate worth £20 Enrolment 41/53.

No 1

CROSS, Robert farmer The Meadows Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1877 Grant Book 36 Page 272 County Hindmarsh

CROSS, Robert farmer Prospect Hill 1882[-1896] Memorial 122/345

No 1

CROSS, Samuel Flaxman goldminer formerly of Dry Creek but now of Forest Creek Vic 1855, and his wife, Mary Ann Cross formerly Mary Ann WHEELER widow of the late William Wheeler formerly bricklayer Unley but now deceased Memorial 421/79

CROSS, Samuel Flaxman goldminer formerly of Dry Creek but now of Avoca Vic and Mary Ann Cross his wife formerly Mary Ann WHEELER widow of the late William Wheeler formerly bricklayer Unley now deceased 1865 Memorial 132/208

CROSS, Thomas gentleman Unley Park 1854 Memorial 94/71

No 1

CROSS, Wayne Neil out of business Pt Elliot 1921 Application 27010

CROSS, Wayman Neil formerly out of business Pt Elliot but now farmer Kadina. E Cross mentioned but not described 1926 Memorial 161/495

No 1

CROSS, William labourer Unley 1853 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Memorial 342/47

CROSS, William farmer the Bremer Will 10/2/1853. Estate to his wife, Sarah, in trust for life, then to his son, Jacob CROSS absolutely in remainder expectant Deposit 194/1856.

CROSS, William farmer The Bremer, died c1856. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Cross, for life, then to his son, Jacob Cross absolutely Memorial 430/98

CROSS, Sarah widow The Bremer 1857 Memorial 49/120

CROSS, Sarah widow The Bremer, died c1865. She left her estate in varying amounts to her children - William Cross, Henry Cross, Charlotte LEE nee Cross wife of Robert Lee, Isaac Cross and Jacob Cross Memorial 42/205

CROSS, Sarah widow the Bremer Will. To sons William and Henry Cross £5 each. To daughter Charlotte Lee, wife of Robert LEE, £5 plus a milch cow; to son Isaac Cross, £5 plus a milch cow. Executor son Jacob Cross to choose the cows. The rest of the estate to Jacob Cross absolutely 23/6/1858 Deposit 2/1866

No 2

CROSS, William woodcutter The Meadows Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

CROSS, William farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 248 County Daly

No 1

CROSS, William Edward blacksmith East Wellington Murray River. Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

CROSS, William Edward blacksmith East Wellington Murray River. Trustee PM Chapel Tailem Bend Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

CROSS, William Edward blacksmith East Wellington Co Russell. Hundred of Peake land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 52 County Buccleuch

CROSS, Harriet Mary married woman East Wellington. Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

No 1

CROSSING, Robert limeburner Willaston 1876 Memorial 239/294

CROSSING, Robert limeburner formerly of Willaston near Gawler but now of Silverton NSW 1895 Memorial 167/424

No 1

CROSSING, Ronald Robert, and Dulcie Maude Crossing his wife, and Donald Robert Crossing, all graziers Wonga Station via Cockburn linked with Ronald Arthur Crossing grazier Burta Station via Cockburn 1961. By 1963, RR and DM Crossing lived at Coorabin Coromandel Valley Memorials 136/533 & 24/534

CROSSING, Ronald Robert Coromandel Valley, aged 59, and Dulcie Maude Crossing his wife, Donald Robert Crossing of Wonga Station via Cockburn NSW and Ronald Arthur of Burta Station via Cockburn NSW all graziers 1966 Application 29566

No 1

CROSSLAND, John farmer Mitcham 1856 Memorial 198/119

CROSSLAND, John farmer Mitcham 1861 Application 2450

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1; perhaps the Younger?

CROSSLAND, John farmer Encounter Bay 1859 Memorial 114/157

CROSSLEY, Amos minister of the gospel Bordertown 1885 Grant Book 7 Page 44 County Buckingham

No 1

CROSSLEY, John storekeeper Virginia 1858[-1871] Memorial 100/143, Application 4765

CROSSLEY, John storekeeper formerly of Virginia now of Ararat Vic 1875. Linked with William Crossley storekeeper Virginia Application 14426

CROSSLEY, John Halliwell Methodist minister Mt Gambier 1948 Memorial 41/523

CROSSLEY, Martha spinster Mitcham 1876 Application 15571

CROSSLEY, Moreton Charles gentleman Glenelg 1889 Memorial 245/398

CROSSLEY, William John engineer Manchester, Lancs, England, power of attorney to James Angas JOHNSON gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 30/1/1884 Deposit 63/1884

No 1

CROSSMAN, Charles builder Tam O’Shanter Belt 1850. Local Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee. Memorial 220/25

CROSSMAN, Charles mason Tam-O’Shanter Belt 1851 Memorial 296/35.

CROSSMAN, Charles farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1856 Memorial 355/98

No 1

CROSSMAN, Charles Brimecombe mason Tam O'Shanter Belt 1855[-1857] Memorial 355/90

CROSSMAN, Charles Brimecombe builder Bowden 1874 Application 13837

CROSSMAN, George farmer Inman Valley Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 37 Page 335 County Hindmarsh

CROSSMAN, Giles Edward farm hand Inman Valley 1939 Application 28207

No 1

CROSSMAN, John farmer Hundred of Gilbert Co Light 1857 Trustee Bible Christian Chapel pt Section 461 Hundred of Gilbert Memorial 262/128

No 2

CROSSMAN, John farmer Kensington 1860, He could not write Application 1916

No 3

CROSSMAN, John farmer Encounter Bay 1877 Application 15804

CROSSMAN, John farmer Inman Valley 1878 Memorial 7/305

CROSSMAN, John died. His widow, Sophia Crossman of Inman Valley, linked with Hamilton Arthur Crossman farmer Inman Valley 1901 Memorial 34/444

CROSSMAN, Sophia widow Fernside Inman Valley, died c1904. Executor; Arthur Reginand Fydell LINDSAY stockholder Victor Harbor Memorial 117/483

CROSSMAN, John farmer Inman Valley, died 23/5/1892 Pt Victor intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Sophia Crossman, to finalise the estate. Estate worth £1,000. Sophia Crossman widow Fernside Inman Valley, died 14/2/1904. Sons in 1921 - Frederick Frampton Crossman, Joseph John Crossman, Hamilton Arthur Crossman and George Crossman farmers Inman Valley. Daughters in 1921 - Mary Ann and Martha Crossman spinsters Inman Valley, Isabella COOTE wife of Samuel Coote labourer Inman Valley, Susan Richards KIRBY wife of William Kirby labourer Encounter Bay, Kate RULE wife of Chares Rule contractor Adelaide. Estate worth £3,000 Application 26943

No 1

CROSSMAN, John Young yeoman Upper Sturt 1853 Memorial 228/46

CROSSMAN, John Young farmer formerly of Coromandel Valley but now of Nairne 1869 Memorial 99/239

CROSSMAN, John farmer Nairne 1872 Memorial 152/258

CROSSMAN, John Young farmer Dawesley 1876[-1890] Memorial 159/287, Application 21891

CROSSMAN, John Young farmer formerly of Nairne 1863 but now of Scott Creek near Nairne 1878 [Is this the same address?] Application 16802

CROSSMAN, John Young farmer Dawesley. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1885 Application 20405

CROSSMAN, John Young farmer Dawesley, died 8/1/1901. The estate to his widow, Hannah Crossman, in trust for life, then to Sarah Ann KING, Elizabeth and Isabella WATTS, Sarah DOWNING, Amelia Alice Crossman, and the trustees in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. £50 to Amelia A Crossman after Hannah Crossman died. Executors and trustees; Arthur Crossman coach body builder East Adelaide and George Crossman engine driver Prospect Application 24147

No 1

CROSSMAN, Joseph farmer Inman Valley 1887 Memorial 148/387

CROSSMAN, Joseph sheepfarmer Inman Valley Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 37 Page 335 County Hindmarsh

No 1

CROSSMAN, William butcher Adelaide 1852[-1860] Memorial 45/39 Butcher Adelaide (Pirie St) 1855[-1856] Memorial 93/93

CROSSMAN, William [formerly butcher Adelaide but now] farmer Glen Osmond 1858 Memorial 180/137

CROSSMAN, William farmer Glen Osmond Rd 1858 Memorial 223/133

CROSSMAN, William farmer Trenbath Farm near Unley 1858[-1876] Memorial 264/142, Application 13448

CROSSMAN, William farmer Trembath Farm Parkside 1879 Memorial 101/320

CROSSMAN, William cattle salesman Fullarton 1865[-1867] Memorial 291/208

CROSSMAN, William farmer and cattle dealer Unley 1871 Memorial 15/252

CROSSMAN, WIlliam slaughterman Fullarton 1871[-1872] Memorial 201/254

No 2

CROSSMAN, William farmer Adelaide 1863 Memorial 11/256

No 1

CROTHERS, John farmer The Sturt. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 20 County Adelaide

CROTHERS, John farmer The Sturt 1850 Memorial 102/27 Farmer Upper Sturt 1851 Memorial 49/30

CROTHERS, John farmer and a bachelor The Sturt 1852 Memorial 385/41.

CROTHERS, John farmer Upper Sturt 1863 Memorial 196/203

CROTHERS, John farmer Upper Sturt, died c1863. He left his real and personal estate to John ALEXANDER labourer Upper Sturt. Alfred Russell PRESTON publican Edwardstown and John KELLY farmer Upper Sturt appointed as executors 1883 Application 19739

CROTHERS, John farmer Upper Sturt, c1865. His entire estate to John ALEXANDER labourer Upper Sturt absolutely. Executors: Alfred Russell PRESTON licensed victualler Edwardstown and John KELLY farmer Upper Sturt. Enrolment 10/46

CROTTY, Michael linked with Section 80 Hundred of Coonatto Co Frome 1882[-1890] Memorial 25/342

No 1

CROUCH, Alfred Joseph grazier Highbury 1923 Application 27170

CROUCH, Alfred Joseph grazier Golden Grove 1928 Memorial 69/500

No 1

CROUCH, Allen storekeeper Mt Gambier 1856[-1857] Memorial 306/100

CROUCH, Allen [formerly storekeeper Mt Gambier], but now sheep farmer Rowan Park near Tarpeena 1872[-1875] Memorial 99/279

CROUCH, Arthur farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

CROUCH, Charles farmer Mt Gambier 1875 Memorial 56/286

No 1

CROUCH, George Godwin merchant formerly of Adelaide, but now of Portland Bay Australia Felix 1846 Memorial 102/7

CROUCH, George Godwin auctioneer Portland Vic 1852 Memorial 319/40.

No 1

CROUCH, Henry farmer Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 369 County Daly

CROUCH, Henry farmer Grace Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 234 County Victoria

CROUCH, Henry farmer Merriton. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1898 Grant Book 60 Page 237 County Victoria

CROUCH, Hezekiah farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Finniss land grant 1881 Grant Book 58 Page 39 County Sturt

No 1

CROUCH, Joshua farmer Houghton 1854[-1856] Linked with Stephen Crouch farmer Houghton Memorial 70/107

CROUCH, Joshua farmer Houghton. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 74 County Adelaide

CROUCH, Joshua and Stephen farmers Houghton 1862 Application 3064

CROUCH, Joshua farmer Millbrook 1884 Memorial 225/357

CROUCH, Joshua farmer Chain of Ponds 1880 Application 18062 CROUCH, Joshua farmer O'Halloran Hill, died 1887. Executors: Francis HOAD farmer Prairie near Millbrook; his son Joseph Crouch farmer Millbrook and Henry BROOK sheep farmer near Eudunda Memorial 126/391

CROUCH, Joshua farmer O'Halloran Hill, died 14/10/1887. His wife, Emma Crouch, died 3/3/1888 Memorial 138/393

CROUCH, Josiah farmer Houghton 1857 Memorial 286/118

CROUCH, Mary Ann widow Bordertown formerly Mary Ann JONES Lot 95 Bordertown 1885 Application 20753

CROUCH, Peter and Richard sheep farmers 21-year lease of Koonamore, Mt Victor District C at £44/7/6 a year 1868 Memorial 19/258

No 1

CROUCH, Samuel farmer Wandearah. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

CROUCH, Samuel farmer Wandearah West trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

No 1

CROUCH, Stephen farmer Grace Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 369 County Daly

CROUCH, Stephen farmer Grace Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

CROUCH, Stephen farmer Merriton, had died by 1897. Executors – Charlotte Crouch widow near Crystal Brook and Henry Crouch farmer near Crystal Brook 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 237 County Victoria

CROUCH, Thomas farmer The Broughton Co Daly. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 226 County Victoria

CROUCH, Walter Alfred greengrocer Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 99 County Buckingham

CROUCH, William farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 225 County Victoria

No 1

CROUCH, William Allen of Mt Gambier 1854 Memorial 361/72

CROUCH, William Allen farmer Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 355/84

CROUCH, William Allen agent Mt Gambier 1861 Application 2705

CROUCH, William Allen storekeeper Mt Gambier 1855. Enrolment 85/27

CROUCH, William Allen storekeeper Mt Gambier 1856[-1861] Memorial 306/100, Application 1981

CROUCH, William Allen postmaster Mt Gambier 1857[-1861] Memorial 244/127

CROUCH, William Allen storekeeper Mt Gambier Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860[-1867] Grant Book 29 Page 103 County Grey

CROUCH, WA agent Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 129/194

CROUCH, William Allen gentleman Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 120/248

CROUCH, William Allen formerly storekeeper Mt Gambier but now sheep farmer Lowan Park near Tarpeena 1873[-1876] Memorial 109/264

CROUCH, William Allen Esquire Lowan Park near Tarpeena 1878[-1880] Memorial 189/311

CROUCH, William Allen sheep farmer near Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 141/373

CROUCH, William Allen sheepfarmer Lowan Park Hundred of Grey, had died by 1903. Executors – Edmund Fitzgerald Crouch station manager Coola and Jane Crouch widow Lowan Park Hundred of Grey Grant Book 30 Page 339 County Grey

CROUCH, WB manager National Bank of Australasia Koolunga 1886 Memorial 184/373

CROUCH, William Henry James farmer Mannum 1888 Memorial 105/391

CROUCHE, Richard clerk to Messrs MORGAN & EMERSON solicitors Adelaide 1876 Memorial 37/293

No 1

CROUCHER, Edward Isaac shoemaker George St, Norwood 1901 Memorial 36/443

CROUCHER, Edward Isaac shoemaker Norwood 1903 Application 24626

No 1

CROUCHER, John soap boiler Adelaide 1855 Memorial 32/96

CROUCHER, John soap boiler Adelaide (Pirie St) 1856 Memorial 105/99

CROUCHER, John painter formerly of Adelaide but now of Norwood 1857 Memorial 230/122

CROUCHER, John soap boiler George St, Norwood, died c1886. Husband of Emma Amelia Croucher who died c1899. Edward Isaac Croucher labourer George St, Norwood, the executor for her will Memorials 37-38/439

No 1

CROUCHER, Joseph Owen clerk to TB BRUCE solicitor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 29/186

CROUCHER, Joseph Owen licensed victualler Milang 1880 Memorial 82/328

CROUCHER, Joseph Owen licensed victualler Adelaide 1896 Application 23166

CROUPTON, Joseph gentleman Stonyfell 1869 Memorial 125/243

CROW, Archibald Ray Patterson bricklayer Parkside 1885 Memorial 37/372

CROWDER, AR clerk to GA LABATT solicitor Adelaide 1884 Application 27598

CROWDER, Arthur Phelps gentleman Adelaide linked with Frederick Thomas Crowder MLC Cottesloe Beach WA 1902 Memorial 105/445

No 1

CROWDER, Cornelius carrier Thebarton 1853 Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 139/82

CROWDER, Cornelius farmer Sheaoak Log 1855[-1861] Memorial 347/85

CROWDER, the Hon Frederick Thomas MLA of Perth WA, linked with Ellen Marion Crowder spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of Perth WA and Arthur Phelps Crowder clerk Broken Hill NSW 1898 Memorial 216/436

CROWDER, Ellen Marion spinster formerly of Olive Villa Lower Mitcham then of Adelaide but lately of Lower Mitcham, died 13/5/1901. Estate worth £1,900. Executors: William Harrold Crowder mercantile clerk Strathalbyn and Edwin Thomas HENDERSON assayer formerly of Adelaide but now of Broken Hill NSW Memorial 115/445
CROWDER, William Alfred clerk Knightsbridge, died 26/8/1891 Memorial 139/445

CROWDER, WH auctioneer Kooringa 1908 Memorial 246/459

No 1

CROWDER, William Nathaniel gentleman Mitcham 1883 Application 19725

CROWDER, William Nathaniel formerly ginger beer brewer Adelaide late gentleman Lower Mitcham, died 1898. His first wife, Emily Crowder nee HAYWARD, had died 16/12/1867, of brain softening, aged 37. Family - Frances Emily LANDON, William Alfred Crowder, Frederic Thomas Crowder of Perth WA, Ellen Marion Crowder, Arthur Phelps Crowder. Also a daughter, Jemima Amelia HENDERSON, who had died leaving some children. On 5/9/1868, the testator remarried to Rosa LEAN widow of William Lean. Rosa Crowder died 20/2/1877. One child called Rose Crowder of this marriage. Various bequests listed - he expressly excluded his daughter, Frances Emily Landon, from any share in his estate. A very long and complicated will Application 24985

CROWDER, William Nathaniel gentleman formerly of Adelaide but then of Lower Mitcham, died 2/2/1898. Estate worth £4,800 Memorial 114/445

CROWDER, William Nathaniel gentleman Lower Mitcham, died 2/2/1898. Frederick Thomas Crowder MLC Perth, inherited some of the estate. Power of attorney to Arthur Phelps CROWDER gentleman Adelaide, to transfer FT Crowder’s portion of the estate to him 26/2/1902 Deposit 16/1902

CROWE, Frederic clerk in the SA Banking Company's Adelaide office 1863 Memorial 11/192

CROWE, Hugh NS bootmaker 556 Military Road, Grange 1950 Memorial 98/526

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CROWE, James Henry [perhaps the Elder] storekeeper Mt Torrens 1860 Application 1079

CROWE, James Henry the Younger storekeeper Waterloo Bay Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1882[-1883] Grant Book 48 Page 43 County Musgrave

CROWE, James Henry the Younger of Elliston Hundred of Ward land grant 1885 Grant Book 48 Page 13 County Musgrave

CROWE, James Henry the Younger of Pt Elliston 1885[-1889] Memorial 27/364

CROWE, James Henry the Younger farmer and grazier Elliston 1894[-1896] Memorials 64/422 & 238/427

CROWE, James Henry auctioneer Elliston 1899 Memorial 249/439

CROWE, Johanna widow Mingbool 1877[-1881] Memorial 135/304

No 1

CROWE, John farmer Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

CROWE, John farmer Auburn Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 92 County Stanley

CROWE, John farmer Yacka trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

CROWE, John farmer Hundred of Yackamoorundie Co Stanley 1888 Memorial 186/391

CROWE, Joseph James a minor of 8 years old Alberton 1874

Application 13184

CROWE, Mary [of Bowden??] died 1/12/1864 intestate. Her affairs in the hands of her eldest son, James Crowe stonemason Humffray St, Ballarat East Vic. Another son, John Crowe, also of the same address 1876 Memorial 14/291

CROWE, Thomas farmer Millicent 1896 Memorial 134/429

No 1

CROWE, Timothy farmer Long Gully near Auburn 1872 Application 12179

CROWE, Timothy farmer near Auburn 1868, died 9/11/1896 Memorials 125/234 & 195/433

CROWE, Timothy farmer Koolunga 1886[-1892] Memorial 101/374

CROWEL, John farmer Charleston 1862 Memorial 28/186

No 1

CROWELL, John farmer Price trustee cemetery Price Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1887 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

CROWELL, John farmer Price. WJ Crowell mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 175/390

CROWELL, John farmer Price 1888 Memorial 175/390

No 1

CROWELL, William James linked with Section 448 Hundred of Clinton 1897 Memorial 120/432

CROWELL, William James farmer Price. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 156 County Daly

CROWHURST, Arthur Walter storekeeper’s assistant Oodlawirra Oodlawirra (formerly Penn Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 34 Page 177 County Herbert

CROWHURST, Charles farmer Gumeracha Hundred of Bagot land grant 1877 Grant Book 17 Page 232 County Eyre

CROWHURST, James farmer Talunga 1857 Memorial 157/119

No 1

CROWHURST, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 59/8

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

CROWHURST, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains 1851[-1853] Memorial 2250/31

CROWHURST, Thomas farmer Para River 1852 Memorial 198/42.

CROWHURST, Thomas farmer Para River near Salisbury 1853 Memorial 480/48

CROWHURST, Thomas farmer Munno Para 1855 Memorial 307/94

CROWHURST, Thomas farmer Munno Para and Euphemia Crowhurst his wife 1856 Memorial 15/96

CROWHURST, Thomas farmer near Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 8/115

No 3

CROWHURST, Thomas farmer Gumbowie 1882 Memorial 151/338

CROWHURST, Thomas farmer Gumbowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 44 County Kimberley

CROWHURST, Walter Pound paint manufacturer Adelaide (95-97 Gouger St) 1946 Memorial 39/520

No 1 - apparently brother to John Crowle of Bowden and Richard Crowle of Vic.

CROWLE, James farmer Section 334 on the Torrens River [Darley on the Torrens] purchased land in Gilbert St Adelaide 1842 Memorial 40/2

CROWLE, James farmer formerly of Adelaide, but now of Alberton [is this a farm estate?] in the village of Darley [on the Torrens] near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 14/6

CROWLE, James publican Payneham 1852 Memorial 339/40.

CROWLE, James formerly of Adelaide, died 19/4/1859. He left estate to his wife, Thomasin Crowle, his daughters Catherine Jane Crowle and Sarah Louisa Crowle, and his nephew James Crowle (son of John Crowle) Memorial 119/154

CROWLE, James gardener Darley on the Torrens near Paradise, died 19/4/1859. Husband of Thomasin Crowle who died 19/12/1897. Father of two daughters (married by 1898) - Catherine Jane KEMPSON wife of Henry Kempson clay merchant Tea Tree Gully and Sarah Louisa TRUSCOTT wife of James Crowle Truscott commercial traveller Frewville Memorial 133/436

CROWLE, James of the Torrens, died 19/4/1859. He left his entire estate to his wife, Thomasin Crowle, for her lifetime, then to his two daughters in equal shares in remainder expectant. By 1867, eldest daughter Catherine Jane Crowle had married Henry KEMPSON gardener of the Torrens. The younger daughter, Sarah Louisa Crowle, was still of the Torrens Memorial 230/223

CROWLE, Catherine widow [of James Crowle settler] Darley near Paradise, land in trust for life, then in remainder expectant to Catherine Jane KEMPSON nee Crowle wife of Henry Kempson gardener Tea Tree Gully, Charles Atkins HORNABROOK gentleman Adelaide, and Nicholas Wallis TRUDGEN builder Adelaide 1890 Application 21814

CROWLE, James the Elder gentleman Darley on Torrens near Adelaide, died 19/4/1859. He left his wife, Thomasin Crowle, all his personal and most of his real estate in trust for life, then to their daughters, Catherine Jane Crowle and Sarah Louisa Crowle spinsters Darley absolutely in remainder expectant. His other executor, James Crowle [gentleman Heathcote near McIvor Vic 1891] to inherit a block of land in Newenham (pt Section 335 Survey B). He was a son of John Crowle, James Crowle the Elder’s brother Application 22099

CROWLE, James died 19/4/1859. He left his real estate in trust to his widow, Thomasin Crowle, for life, or until remarriage, then to his daughters, Catherine Jane Crowle and Sarah Louisa Crowle, absolutely in remainder expectant. Thomasin Crowle died 19/12/1897. His daughters, Catherine Jane KEMPSON wife of Henry Kempson clay merchant Tea Tree Gully and Sarah Louisa TRUSCOTT wife of James Crowle Truscott commercial traveller formerly of Frewville but now of Carter St, Little Adelaide 1899 Application 23843

CROWLE, Thomasin widow Adelaide 1860 Memorial 75/165

CROWLE, Thomasin widow Darley on the Torrens Campbelltown 1883 Application 19881

No 2 - son of John Crowle of Bowden

CROWLE, James formerly carpenter Brompton 1850 but now of the colony of Victoria 1865 Application 6522

CROWLE, James gentleman Heathcote near McIvor Vic 1891. [Nephew to James Crowle of Darley on the Torrens, who died 19/4/1859] Linked with JS Crowle accountant Heathcote 1891 Memorial 109/409

No 1 - apparently a brother to James Crowle of Darley on the Torrens and Richard Crowle of Vic.

CROWLE, John carpenter Bowden 1851[-1858] Memorial 232/37.

CROWLE, John bootmaker Bowden 1860 Memorial 278/163

No 1 - apparently brother to James Crowle of Darley on the Torrens and John Crowle of Bowden

CROWLE, Richard stone mason St Ostle, Cornwall, married Mary nee ? 160160spinster Dartmoor, Devon, on 18/9/1831 Bideford parish church. Two sons 160160born - James Crowle born 13/5/1833 Dartmoor, and John Crowl born 16016013/6/1841 Dartmoor. The Crowles emigrated to Vic, where Richard Crowle 160160died 20/2/1852 Melbourne intestate. By 1853, Mrs Crowle was in Bowden 160160SA, where she bought land on 31/1/1853. She died 1/12/1864 Gnarrwarre, 160160Co Grant, Vic intestate, and buried in the Kardinia Cemetery Geelong. By 1876, her 161161sons, James and John Crowle, were stone masons Humffray St, Ballarat East 161Vic. They sold her land at Bowden to Mary MATTERS widow Bowden in 1876 Application 15166

CROWLE, Mary widow Bowden 1853 Memorial 328/47

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CROWLEY, John farmer Hundred of Alma 1873 Memorial 184/266

CROWLEY, John publican Rowan St, Bendigo Vic, died 26/3/1899, aged 72 Memorial 206/438

CROWLEY, Patrick farmer Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1902 Grant Book 13 Page 207 County Dalhousie

No 1

CROWLEY, Simon farmer The Light 1860 Memorial 230/166

CROWLEY, Simon farmer near Freeling, died 21/9/1902. His children, Frank Crowley bank clerk Adelaide, Rose Crowley spinster Adelaide and Clara Crowley spinster near Freeling, inherited his estate 1916 Application 26512

CROWLEY, Simon farmer Kings Belt near Kapunda, died 21/9/1902, of paralysis and pneumonia, aged 60. Husband of OH Crowley Application 24826

No 1

CROWLEY, Stephen linked with Section 82 Hundred of Coonatto Co Frome 1882 Memorial 5/344

CROWLEY, Stephen farmer Narridy Co Victoria. Hundred of Coonatto land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 805 County Frome

No 2

CROWLEY, Stephen railway employee Oulnina Siding Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1897 Grant Book 49 Page 31 County Newcastle

No 1

CROWLEY, Thomas farmer Butcher Gap near Hamilton on the Light 1866 Memorial 248/211

CROWLEY, Thomas farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1866[-1872] Memorial 114/213

CROWLEY, Catherine widow Narridy Hundred of Narridy land grant 1875[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 249 County Victoria

CROWSON, Samuel bricklayer Adelaide 1848[-1850] Memorial 41/12

CROXALL, George farmer North Adelaide 1844 Application 19662

No 1

CROXALL, William gardener Adelaide 1837 Application 4295

CROXALL, William yeoman late of Croxall Buildings, Pirie St, Adelaide, now of Section 158 District A 1842 Memorial 300/2 Farmer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 222/64 Now of Brighton Plains 1848 Memorial 134/13 Marion Congregational Chapel trustee 1850 Memorial 176/28

CROXALL, William farmer Adelaide 1844 Application 20600

CROXALL, William [formerly] farmer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 328/64 [Now] farmer Holdfast Bay 1854 Memorial 330/64

CROXALL, William farmer New Glenelg 1856 Memorial 416/100

CROXALL, Mary widow Unley, died 20/1/1873, of a fractured thigh, aged 84. Her husband, William Croxall, had died 1867 Application 26222

CROXTON, Edward yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1858 Memorial 188/132

CROY, William shoemaker Pt Adelaide linked with Margaret Croy widow Scarsdale Vic 1865 Memorial 322/202

No 1

CROZIER, Edwin and Elliott stockowners Bimbowrie linked with the Hon John Crozier MLC of Oaklands 1886 Memorial 177/376

CROZIER, Edwin and Elliott stockowners Binbowrie Station 1890 Memorial 137/405

No 1

CROZIER, Henry squatter Tilcha Station, Milparinka NSW, but presently in Adelaide SA, power of attorney to his brother, Johnn Crozier the Younger Esquire St Albans, near Geelong Vic, to manage his SA affairs 21/3/1887 Deposit 26/1887

CROZIER, Henry squatter Tilcha Station Milparinka NSW but at present on a visit to Adelaide linked with John Crozier the Younger Esquire St Albans near Geelong Vic 1887 Memorial 63/383

CROZIER, Henry stockholder Tilcha Station linked with William Crozier stockholder Oaklands near Adelaide 1891 Memorial 146/409

No 1

CROZIER, John stockholder Kulnine on the Murray 1858[-1866]. He purchased the Oaklands Estate [5 and a half sections] on the Sturt River from the KEARNE family in 1866 Memorials 315/145 & 118/216

CROZIER, John MLC Esquire Oaklands 1874 Memorial 212/273

CROZIER, John MLC stockholder formerly of the Murray River but now of Oaklands 1874 Memorial 172/275

CROZIER, John Esquire MLC trading under the style or firm of W GORDON & Co 1880 Memorial 14/328

CROZIER, John stockholder Adelaide leased pastoral land north of Boolcoomata Eastern Plains 1883 Memorial 243/353

CROZIER, John MLC Esquire Adelaide linked with William Crozier sheep farmer Moorna NSW 1884 Memorial 6/362

CROZIER, John the Hon MLC father of William Crozier (declared a lunatic as from 18/8/1886), Elizabeth RICHARDSON nee Crozier, and Ewin Crozier Memorial 241/382

CROZIER, John the Hon MLC Oaklands near Adelaide, died c1887. Father of Henry Crozier sheep farmer Tilcha Station and Edwin Crozier sheep farmer Bimbowie Memorial 246/384

No 1

CROZIER, William of Moorna Murray River NSW 1877[-1884] Memorial 213/384

CROZIER, William sheepfarmer Moorna Station NSW 1885 Memorial 61/364

CROZIER, William stockholder Moorna Station NSW linked with the Hon John Crozier MLC of Adelaide 1886 Memorial 47/377

CROZIER, William formerly stockholder Moorna Station NSW but now a person of unsound mind Parkside 1887 Memorial 51/383

CROZIER, William stockowner Oaklands near Adelaide and Esther Crozier his wife of Moorna Station NSW. Brother to Arthur Crozier stockowner Kulnine Station Vic 1906 Memorial 175/454

CROZIER, William sheep farmer Moorna NSW and Esther Crozier his wife 1896 Application 23212

CROZIER, William gentleman Adelaide, declared a lunatic as from 18/8/1886. The Supreme Court heard evidence from his brother and sister, Edwin Crozier and Elizabeth RICHARDSON respectively. Supreme Court judgement in lunacy given on 23/9/1886. His physicians were William GARDNER and Alexander Stewart PATERSON Application 26367

CROZIER, William declared a lunatic as from 18/8/1886, son of Hon John Crozier. Power of attorney to James Angas JOHNSON financial agent Adelaide, to manage his affairs. John HANNAY Esquire Angaston, and Rosetta French Hannay, his wife, stood guarantors that JA Johnson would be faithful in the discharge of his duties. On 7/5/1891, JA Johnson sold Tilcha Statioin SA on behalf of William Crozier, to William James REID and William Hadrick REID graziers Geelong Vic, the station, ‘together with 34,000 sheep more or less now depasturing thereon of mixed sexes and aged and also about 150 horses and eighty cattle and all stores, plant ad furniture and sheepskins, but excepting wool now shorn and lying at the station, for the sum of £26,176’. Dalgety & Co handled the deal. Were there two Tilcha Stations??? Deposits 47 & 48/1887, 35 & 36/1892

CROZIER, William Douglas sheep farmer Kapunda 1896 Application 23212

CRUICKSHANKS, Alexander builder West Adelaide 1900 Application 23944

CRUICKSHANK, EM of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 249/401

CRUICKSHANK, George shipwright Elder St, Pt Adelaide, died 3/7/1911 Consumptive Home North Tce, Adelaide, of some years' cancer of the rectum, aged 55. Born Pt Adelaide. Married aged 28. 1 son and 2 daughters alive. 1 son deceased Application 26416

No 1

CRUICKSHANK, R articled law clerk Adelaide 1883[-1887] Memorial 192/347

CRUICKSHANK, R clerk to CJ DASHWOOD solicitor Adelaide 1885[-1889] Memorial 4/366

CRUICKSHANK, R solicitor Adelaide 1900 Memorial 8/440

No 1

CRUIKSHANK, Richard Robinson miner and prospector Northern Territory, power of attorney to John McKIRDY corn dealer Adelaide, to manage his business affairs 9/6/1873 Deposit 188/1873

CRUICKSHANK, Richard Robinson linked with the old Jupiter Creek Diggings Hundred of Kuitpo 1885 Memorial 174/366

CRUICKSHANK, Robert of Pt Adelaide 1891 Memorial 138/408

No 1

CRUICKSHANK, Thomas shipwright Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 339/110

CRUICKSHANK, Thomas shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1867[-1876] Memorial 183/225

CRUICKSHANK, Thomas ship builder Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 205/316

CRUICKSHANK, Thomas [probably of Pt Adelaide], became a bankrupt in 1895 Memorial 95/424

No 1

CRUMP, Charles ostler Adelaide 1848[-1850] Memorial 127/12

No 2

CRUMP, Charles of Kingston S-E clerk to the District Council of Lacepede 1907 Memorial 59/457

No 1

CRUMP, CC solicitor Adelaide 1925 Application 22273

No 1

CRUMP, FH clerk to William Roe LEWIS solicitor Gawler 1899 Memorial 24/439

CRUMP, FH solicitor's clerk Gawler 1927 Memorial 165/498

CRUMP, George blacksmith Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1867 Memorial 54/218

CRUMP, HG bank official Gawler 1944 Memorial 57/518

No 1

CRUMP, James fitter Gawler 1883 Memorial 38/352

CRUMP, James fitter formerly of Gawler South but now of Goodwood 1920 Memorial 46/481

No 1

CRUMP, John coachbuilder Adelaide 1866 Memorial 99/212

CRUMP, John [formerly coachbuilder Adelaide but now] blacksmith Gawler 1876[-1892] Memorial 203/288

CRUMP, John blacksmith Gawler 1886 Application 20907

CRUMP, John retired blacksmith Gawler, died 6/12/1928 intestate and a widower . Father of Elsie Maude DAWKINS schoolteacher Gawler Memorial 131/501

CRUMP, Thomas blacksmith formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1853[-1854] Memorial 16/55

CRUSH, Fanny Rebecca schoolteacher Orroroo. Walloway (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 453 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CRUSH, Henry farmer Brompton 1850[-1853] Memorial 482/49

CRUSH, Henry labourer East Auburn 1855[-1860] Memorial 409/93

CRUSH, Henry farmer Manoora 1875 Memorial 10/281

CRUSH, William of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 91 County Stanley

No 1

CRUTCHETT, George tailor Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 338/32

CRUTCHETT, George tailor Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 216/50

CRUTCHETT, George tailor and clothier Mt Barker 1858 Application 12067

CRUTCHETT, George tailor Mt Barker. Trustee Congregational Chapel Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 128/120

CRUTCHETT, George storekeeper Moonta 1884 Application 20190

No 1

CRUTCHETT, GT agent Moonta 1875 Memorial 225/285

CRUTCHETT, George Thomas town clerk Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 64 County Daly

No 1

CRUTTENDEN, Henry Downie Esquire Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 59/198

CRUTTENDEN, Henry Downie merchant Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 226/386

No 1

CRUTTENDEN, Robert Hunter gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 448/24

CRUTTENDEN, Robert Hunter gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Macclesfield 1852 Memorial 11/39.

CRUTTENDEN, Robert Hunter gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 277/203

CRUTTENDEN, Robert Hunter of Queen St South, Norwood 1863 Application 4310

CRUTTENDEN, RH secretary to the Almanda Silver Mining Association of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 50/256

No 1

CRYER, James blacksmith Pt Pirie 1875 Memorial 121/282

CRYER, James farmer Pt Pirie 1879 Memorial 187/314

CRYER, James farmer Pt Pirie 1880 Application 18046

CRYER, James farmer Hundred of Pirie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pt Pirie Hundred of Pirie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 296 County Victoria

CRYER, James farmer Hundred of Pirie 1885[-1886] Memorial 103/367

CRYSTAL, Samuel of Goolwa 1878 Memorial 148/310

CTERCTEKO, Ernest bootmaker Glanville 1929 Memorial 120/501

CUBLEY, Rebecca Martha married woman Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 33 County Dalhousie

No 1

CUDDEFORD, Edward carpenter Pt Lincoln Hundred of Warrow land grant 1877 Grant Book 21 Page 153 County Flinders

CUDDEFORD, Edward farmer Warrow Hundred of Warrow land grant 1884 Grant Book 21 Page 156 County Flinders

CUDLIP, John Share miner Redruth 1859[-1860] Memorial 165/155

No 1

CUDMORE, Arthur Frederick sheep farmer Mitcham 1878 Memorial 1/307

CUDMORE, Arthur Frederick, Daniel Henry and Milo Robert of Avoca Station near Wentworth NSW of Minlaton 1890 Memorial 126/401

CUDMORE, Arthur Frederick sheepfarmer formerly of Mitcham but now of Avoca near Wentworth NSW 1898 Memorial 147/434

CUDMORE, Arthur Frederick sheep farmer Avoca near Wentworth NSW 1904 Application 24800

CUDMORE, Arthur Frederick pastoralist formerly of Oakvale but now of Avoca NSW (Annette Matilda Cudmore his wife) and Milo Robert Cudmore pastoralist formerly of Glen Osmond but now of Murphy St, South Yarra (Constance Cudmore his wife) Vic 1907 Memorial 1/457

No 1

CUDMORE, Daniel brewer Adelaide 1838 Application 26255

CUDMORE, Daniel brewer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 292/1

CUDMORE, Daniel formerly labourer Adelaide but now publican Dry Creek 1844 Memorial 477/3

CUDMORE, Daniel brewer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 232/5

CUDMORE, Daniel brewer Dry Creek 1848 Memorial 305/11

CUDMORE, brewer Kapunda 1849 Grant Book 0 Page 3 County Unnamed

CUDMORE, Daniel sheep farmer late of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853 Memorial 6/58

CUDMORE, Daniel sheepfarmer Mt Remarkable 1854 Memorial 235/68

CUDMORE, Daniel [formerly brewer Adelaide 1838] formerly sheep farmer Tam O’Shanter Land 1857 Application 26255

CUDMORE, Daniel brewer Kapunda 1854[-1859] Memorial 33/68

CUDMORE, Daniel sheep farmer Yongala near Kooringa 1865[-1866] Memorial 272/205

CUDMORE, Daniel sheep farmer Yongala near Kooringa 1867 Application 8206

CUDMORE, Daniel gentleman formerly of Dry Creek but now of Claremont near Adelaide 1868 Memorial 112/236

CUDMORE, Daniel sheep farmer formerly of Yongala but now of Claremont Glen Osmond 1869[-1881] Memorial 15/240

CUDMORE, Daniel Esquire Claremont Glen Osmond and Mary Cudmore his wife 1886 Memorial 131/376

CUDMORE, Daniel Esquire Claremont Glen Osmond, died 3/11/1891. Henry C Cudmore of Claremont mentioned Memorial 33/419

CUDMORE, Mary widow Claremont, Glen Osmond 1892[-1893], died 6/3/1893. Executors; Arthur Frederick Cudmore and Milo Robert Cudmore her sons Memorial 1/457

CUDMORE, Mary widow Claremont Glen Osmond, died 6/3/1893. 50 BHP shares to her granddaughters, Rose AGARS and Margaret Alice Agars. Her daughter, Sarah Elizabeth SPROD, to inherit the money which her husbad, Dr John SPROD, had to pay back to Mary Cudmore. The remainder of her estate to her two daughters-in-law, Constance Cudmore and Anniette Matilda Cudmore. Her two sons, Milo Robert Cudmore sheep farmer Glen Osmond and Arthur Frederick Cudmore sheep farmer Oakvale, to be the executors. James Francis Cudmore sheep farmer Tara Station Qld and Paringa Hall of Somerton, to be the executor for her Queensland land. Estate worth £10,050 Application 27693

CUDMORE, Daniel Cashel gentleman Edwardstown 1925 Application 27373

No 1

CUDMORE, Daniel Henry sheep farmer Avoca Station near Wentworth NSW and of Mootiparinga near Pt Victor 1891 Memorial 144/411

CUDMORE, Daniel Henry sheep farmer Avoca near Wentworth NSW and Martha Earle Cudmore his wife 1892 Application 22192

CUDMORE, Daniel Henry gentleman Victor Harbor 1907 Memorial 57/458

No 1

CUDMORE, James Francis stockholder Overland Corner Murray River 1876 Memorial 70/296

CUDMORE, James Francis sheep farmer Paringa Station 1880 Memorial 197/325

CUDMORE, James Francis sheep farmer Paringa Station linked with Daniel Cudmore, Daniel Henry Cudmore, Arthur Frederick Cudmore and Milo Robert Cudmore sheep farmers Avoca Station NSW 1882 Memorial 124/347

CUDMORE, James Francis sheep farmer Paringa, CUDMORE, Daniel Henry; CUDMORE, Daniel; CUDMORE, Arthur Frederick; CUDMORE, Milo Robert sheep farmers Avoca Station NSW, in the process of purchasing pt Section 274, Survey B, bounded by a government road in the south and the road leading from Glen Osmond to Kensington on the east, a farm containing 53 acres, for £295 (one quarter in cash; the rest by way of a mortgage) in conjuction with John SPROD medical practitioner Adelaide. Power of attorney to J Sprod to raise a mortgage and manage the property 15/2/1882. He had to lay out a sub-division and sell the allotments Deposit 37/1883

CUDMORE, James Francis sheep farmer New Glenelg 1885 Memorial 91/367

CUDMORE, James Francis of Paringa Hall, Somerton, died c1912. Husband of Margaret Cudmore, who died 1/12/1912 Paringa Hall, of Bright's disease and exhaustion, aged 60. Parents of Kenneth De Lacy Cudmore manager of Goldsborough Mort Co Ltd, Sydney NSW and Collier Robert Cudmore solicitor Adelaide. More children mentioned but not named. The Cudmore family sold Paringa Hall to the Marist Brothers in 1914 Memorials 134 -136/472

CUDMORE, John farmer Minlaton 1886 Memorial 93/379

CUDMORE, Robert Milo grazier Mt Lofty 1925 Memorial 74/493

No 1

CULLEN, Alexander agricultural labourer Smith Creek Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 448/48

CULLEN, Alexander farmer Smith Creek Gawler Plains 1860 Memorial 106/167

CULLEN, Alexander married Isabella nee MCFEAT on 20/3/1846 Toll Cross, near Glasgow, Scotland. Eldest son, Daniel Cullen, born 1/7/1849 Dalziel, near Hamilton, Scotland. The family emigrated to SA, when their vessel the Marion, was wrecked 28/7/1851, and lost all their possessions, including documents. Alexander Cullen farmer Gawler Plains died intestate 8/8/1860 Freshwater near Pt Adelaide, when his dray upset, leaving his eldest son, Daniel Cullen, as heir at law to his estate. John McFeat labourer Gawler Plains stated that he had been at the wedding in Toll Cross. Joseph BLAKE machinist Smithfield stated that he had been a friend of Alexander Cullen’s. Isabella Cullen later remarried to John SELL farmer Gawler Plains. The Cullen/Sell family lived on Section 3204 Hundred of Munno Para, which Daniel Cullen had inherited from his father Application 12192

No 2

CULLEN, Alexander of Steelton on the Dirty Light, died 26/5/1885 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Anna Cullen, to settle the estate Memorial 66/373

CULLEN, Alicia spinster Adelaide 1867 Application 8249

CULLEN, Annie Elizabeth spinster 200 Melbourne St, North Adelaide, aged 59 in 1944 Application 28372

No 1

CULLEN, Daniel farmer Gawler Plains Co Adelaide. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 52 County Victoria

CULLEN, Daniel farmer Gawler Plains 1870 Memorial 1/248

CULLEN, Daniel farmer formerly of Smith Creek near Gawler 1853 but now of the Gawler Plains 1872 [probably the same address] Application 12191

CULLEN, Edmund coachman Glenelg 1871 Memorial 210/255

No 1

CULLEN, Frederick farmer Yarralinea near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1879 Memorial 96/314

CULLEN, Frederick farmer Yarraluika near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1898 Application 23740

No 1

CULLEN, George labourer Mt Barker Road 1859 Memorial 210/161

CULLEN, George market gardener Stirling East 1881[-1883] Application 18561

CULLEN, George carter Stirling East 1885. He could not write Application 20532

CULLEN, George carter, Robert and Thomas Cullen gardeners all of Stirling East 1887 Memorial 131/387

CULLEN, George labourer Stirling East linked with Robert Cullen carter Stirling East 1895 Memorial 12/425

No 1

CULLEN, Henry Thomas gentleman Pt Adelaide and Elizabeth Cullen his wife formerly Elizabeth BARNETT widow 1855 Memorial 64/88

CULLEN, Elizabeth (formerly Elizabeth BARNETT widow nee HARKER), wife of Henry Thomas Cullen farmer McLaren Vale, died 20/3/1857. Provision for her husband and son, Harry Harker CULLEN. Land in trust on Lefevre Peninsula for her nephew, William PACKER. Sister to Henry HARKER Enrolment 63/50.

No 1

CULLEN, James farmer Mt Gambier 1856 Memorial 121/95

CULLEN, James farmer Mt Gambier 1859 Application 1017

No 2

CULLEN, James labourer Hampton near Kooringa 1877 Memorial 114/299

No 1

CULLEN, John yeoman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 52/8

No 2

CULLEN, John carpenter Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 9 County Eyre

CULLEN, John carpenter Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 77 County Not named

CULLEN, John Ash farmer Morphett Vale 1849[-1886] Memorial 268/15

CULLEN, L merchant Narrogin WA 1913 Memorial 38/468

No 1

CULLEN, Luke Michael solicitor Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850 Memorial 128/26

CULLEN, Luke Michael solicitor Adelaide. Husband of Susanna Draper Cullen 1857[-1865] Memorial 234/128

CULLEN, Luke Michael solicitor Adelaide. He had a sister, Maria, wife of Richard GRIFFIN doctor Collon, Co Louth, Ireland. The brother arranged for some investment property for her near the Gawler railway station. 1859 Enrolment 95/40

CULLEN, Luke Michael solicitor Adelaide, died 26/11/1880. His widow, Johanna Cullen, died 7/6/1884 Kew near Pt Adelaide GRO Search 1292

CULLEN, Johanna widow Norwood 1881 Memorial 214/328

CULLEN, Johanna widow Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 147/335

CULLEN, Johanna of the Criterion Hotel Francis St, Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 182/357

No 1

CULLEN, Patrick tanner Hindmarsh 1894[-1896] Memorial 120/423

CULLEN, Patrick tanner and currier Robert St, Hindmarsh 1896 Application 23195

CULLEN, Robert carter Stirling East, was born on pt Section 94, Hundred of Noarlunga. His father, George Cullen, bought the land in 1859 Application 24480

No 1

CULLEN, William brickmaker Adelaide (Pirie St) 1848 Memorial 311/11

CULLEN, William bricklayer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1854 Memorial 152/79

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CULLEN, William wheelwright Hampton Co Burra 1857[-1860] Memorial 127/118

No 1

CULLENEY, Daniel farmer Anama Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 149 County Victoria

CULLENEY, Daniel farmer Laura, had died by 1896. Trustees – Bartholomew MOY farmer Georgetown and Matthew COMMANE farmer Georgetown Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

No 1

CULLENEY, James gentleman Burnside 1894 Memorial 175/420

CULLENEY, James gentleman Burnside, died 11/4/ 1896. Husband of Sarah Culleney Memorial 8/429

No 1

CULLENEY, JJ clerk to Messrs GORDON & BRIGHT solicitors Adelaide 1896 Memorial 3/427

CULLENEY, JJ clerk to Messrs GORDON & BRIGHT (Thomas Robert) solicitors Adelaide 1897 Memorial 127/432

No 1

CULLEY, Ashley and Francis farmers Aldinga 1881 Memorial 56/334

CULLEY, Ashley Cox farmer Sellicks Hill 1908 Memorial 84/460

CULLEY, Ashley Cox farmer Sellick Hill 1947, and grandson of Gabriel Cox Application 28481

CULLEY, Ashley Cox formerly farmer Sellicks Hill but now out of business Unley Park 1951 Memorial 15/526

CULLEY, Claude Lancelot and Wilfred Keith Culley farmers Aldinga 1938 Memorial 116/512

CULLEY, David carver and gilder Adelaide 1853 Memorial 70/48

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CULLEY, Francis farmer Lyndoch Valley 1849 Memorial 374/20

CULLEY, Francis and Thomas farmers [formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of] Noarlunga 1855 Memorial 94/93

CULLEY, Francis farmer Woodside Farm Aldinga 1861 Application 2183

CULLEY, Francis farmer Aldinga 1866[-1888] Memorial 96/219

CULLEY, Francis the Elder farmer Aldinga 1895 Memorial 50/424

CULLEY, Francis the Elder farmer Aldinga 1906 Application 25118

CULLEY, Francis the Elder, died 16/5/1908. Father of Ashley Cox Culley farmer Sellicks Hill, Frank Gabriel Culley farmer Willunga, Thomas Henry Culley farmer Aldinga and John Hurtle Culley farmer Aldinga Memorial 84/460 & RPA Search 2204

CULLEY, Treaza widow Sellicks Hill 1909 Memorial 228/460

CULLEY, Treaza widow formerly of Sellicks Hill but now of Aldinga 1924 Memorial 41/490

CULLEY, Treaza widow of the late Francis Culley farmer Aldinga, died 29/8/1935, of senile decay and cerebral haemorrhage and a coma, aged 95. Born in North Adelaide Application 27953

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

CULLEY, Francis Frank farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 51/84

No 1 - the Younger

CULLEY, Frank farmer Aldinga 1896 Application 23149

CULLEY, Frank Gabriel farmer Willunga and Lilya Culley his wife 1897 Memorial 103/431

CULLEY, Frank Gabriel farmer Willunga 1906 Application 25118

CULLEY, Frank farmer Willunga 1909 Application 25597

CULLEY, Frank Gabriel farmer Willunga linked with Melville Gordon Culley farmer Cummins and Aldinga 1912[-1926] Memorial 209/466

CULLEY, Francis Gabriel Frank farmer Willunga, died 14/12/1946 Payneham. Father of Francis Benjamin Culley, Ruddle Todd Culley (adopted son), Melville Gordon Culley. Brother to Edith Louisa Culley Memorial 92/531

CULLEY, Francis Gabriel farmer Willunga and Lilya Culley his wife had 7 children - Lillian Olive DEMPSTER, Evadene BLACKER, Alice Mary REEVES, Doris Teresa NORMAN, Vera Rose COUCHMAN (wife of Arthur Brace Couchman, died 28/9/1945), Melville Gordon CULLEY formerly mechanic McLaren Vale now retired farmer Pt Noarlunga and Francis Benjamin Culley farmer Willunga 1954. Lilya Culley died 13/9/1939 intestate 1954 Application 29051

CULLEY, JH farmer Aldinga 1898 Application 23572

CULLEY, John Ralph of Angas St, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 174/202

CULLEY, Melville Gordon farmer Aldinga 1915 Memorial 59/472

No 1

CULLEY, Thomas farmer Aldinga 1855 Memorial 365/93

CULLEY, Thomas farmer Adelaide and his wife Helen Culley formerly Helen Grant widow of the late James GRANT innkeeper formerly of Myponga now deceased 1856 Memorial 100/111

CULLEY, Thomas farmer Aldinga and Helen Culley his wife 1858 Memorial 128/140

CULLEY, Thomas farmer Myponga Hundred of Myponga land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 415 County Hindmarsh

CULLEY, Thomas farmer Aldinga Bay 1861 Memorial 33/174

CULLEY, Thomas farmer Aldinga Bay Hundred of Myponga land grant 1862 Grant Book 36 Page 416 County Hindmarsh

CULLEY, Thomas farmer Aldinga 1868 Memorial 163/231

CULLEY, Thomas farmer Willunga 1869 Application 9760

CULLEY, Thomas farmer Willunga Hundred of Myponga land grant 1876 Grant Book 36 Page 416 County Hindmarsh

CULLEY, Thomas Henry farmer Aldinga 1905 Memorial 41/454

CULLEY, Thomas Henry farmer Aldinga 1950, declared that he had been born on 25/4/1862 and had lived at Aldinga until 1950 except between 1895-1902 Application 28722

CULLIAN, Michael shepherd on the Light River near Kapunda 1855[-1862] Memorials 470/79, 295/180

No 1

CULLIFORD, Benjamin accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 218/342

CULLIFORD, Benjamin agent Adelaide (Victoria Square), died 22/9/1888 North Tce Lunatic Asylum, of general paralysis of the insane (6 months), aged 41 Application 22403

CULLIFORD, Benjamin agent Adelaide, died 22/9/1888. Brother to George Culliford butcher Lyttleton New Zealand and Sarah Burgess LANE wife of Henry Burgess Lane butcher Christchurch New Zealand Memorial 107/396

CULLIGAN, Patrick farmer Talunga 1855 Memorial 68/89

CULLIN, William bricklayer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 242/47

No 1

CULLINAN, Michael farmer Kapunda 1858 Memorial 23/137

CULLINAN, Michael farmer Spring Gully Hundred of Light 1859 Memorial 214/151 Farmer Light Pass 1859 Memorial 215/151

CULLINAN, Michael and Thomas farmers District of Light 1862 Memorial 211/186

CULLINAN, Michael (often known as Michael QUINLAN) farmer Light Pass 1711711856, then of Section 334 Hundred of Light (bought from John RIDLEY) 171171until his death on 12/4/1863 intestate. His son, Thomas Cullinan farmer 171Light River inherited his estate as heir at law Application 17451

CULLINAN, Michael of the Light River, died c1863. He left £100 to each of his 3 daughters - Bridget nee Cullinan, Ellen nee Cullinan, and Mary COFFEY wife of Michael Coffey - to be paid to them immediately after their father died; £5 a year for 5 years to the Rev'd Simon CAREW for Church purposes. The rest of the estate to go to the executors - his son, Thomas Cullinan, and the Very Rev'd Michael RYAN - to deal with according to the other provisions of the will Memorial 343/190

No 2

CULLINAN, Michael dairyman Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 76 County Daly

No 3

CULLINAN, Michael farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 256 County Victoria

CULLINAN, Patrick householder Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 184/96

No 1

CULLINAN, Thomas farmer Hundred of Light 1861[-1862] Memorial 66/177

CULLINAN, Thomas farmer Light River 1886 Memorial 65/380

CULLINAN, Thomas farmer Spring Gully near Kapunda 1879[-1886] Memorial 154/315

CULLINAN, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1884 Memorial 217/356 Now farmer Arkaba 1884 Memorial 41/358

CULLINAN, Thomas livery stable keeper Kapunda 1884 Application 20211

CULLINAN, Thomas farmer Hundred of Wonna 1885[-1886] Memorials 216/366 & 220/373

CULLINEY, Patrick farmer near Nairne 1860 Memorial 123/170

CULLINGWORTH, Sydney mining engineer Adelaide 1898 Memorial 212/434

No 1

CULLIS, Morde John Freckleton mariner Adelaide 1857 Memorial 43/115

CULLIS, Morde John Freckleton formerly mariner Adelaide 1857 but now gentleman Melbourne Vic 1862 Memorial 105/425

No 1

CULLUM, George carrier Pt Adelaide 1844 Memorial 429/42

CULLUM, George carrier Pt Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 387/39

CULLUM, George carrier Kilkenny 1854[-1857] Memorial 118/75

CULLUM, George yeoman Kilkenny 1856 Memorial 305/108

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CULROSS, William clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWELL & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 226/349

CULROSS, William the Younger solicitor Adelaide linked with William Culross the Elder gentleman Coupar, Co Angus, Perth, Scotland 1885 Memorial 104/366

CULROSS, William the Elder gentleman Coupar Angas, Co Perth, Scotland, power of attorney to William Culross the Younger solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA investments 2/3/1885 Deposit 65/1885

CULROSS, William solicitor Adelaide (Widows' Fund Building Grenfell St) 1889 Memorial 200/397

CULROSS, William solicitor Adelaide 1891[-1904] Memorial 27/408, Application 23193

CULROSS, William formerly solicitor Adelaide, died 17/8/1910 Harrogate, Yorks, England Application 26718

No 1

CULVER, James of Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 475/56

No 2

CULVER, James Bible Christian Minister Mt Torrens 1855 He had the care of the new Chain of Ponds BC Chapel Memorial 5/89

CULVER, James Bible Christian minister Kapunda 1857 Memorial 208/122

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

CULVER, James farmer East Torrens and Mary Culver his wife 1865 Application 6061, Application 6195

No 3 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CULVER, James blacksmith The Sturt. Bible Christian Chapel trustee South Road The Sturt 1858[-1863] Memorial 221/138

CULVER, James farmer Darlington 1860 Memorial 200/162

CULVER, James blacksmith Darlington 1861[-1885] Memorial 269/173, Application 16082

CULVER, James blacksmith The Sturt 1875 Application 14324173

CULVER, James blacksmith and wheelwright Darlington and Mary Sarah Culver his wife 1881 Memorial 111/335

CULVER, James blacksmith Darlington linked with Robert Daniel Culver chemist Glenelg 1891 Application 22187

CULVER, James wheelwright Darlington 1885[-1898] Memorial 142/371

CULVER, James blacksmith The Sturt Happy Valley Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1889 Memorial 6/401

CULVER, James gentleman formerly of The Sturt but now of Goodwood Park 1893 Memorial 215/421

CULVER, James gentleman Goodwood Rd 1898 Memorial 106/434

CULVER, James formerly wheelwright Darlington but now out of business Goodwood 1902 Memorial 167/446

CULVER, Ellen formerly DODD of Goodwood (wife of James Culver gentleman Goodwood), died 8/11/1896. Executors: Alexander MCDONALD MP of Blackwood and James MANNING agent Adelaide. Her first husband called William DODD. John George Dodd of Pt Elliot was a relative of W Dodd. William STILLWELL no description was a nephew to W Dodd 1897. Mrs Culver left funds to improve or rebuild the Kangarilla Bible Christian Chapel and to reduce the debt on Way College; also funds for Ellen Victoria BIDDLE no description Memorial 18/430

CUMBERLAND, John farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

No 1

CUMFIELD, Sarah spinster Kensington 1851 Memorial 24/29

CUMFIELD, Sarah of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 222/30

CUMING, Edwin John farmer Linscott, Moretonhampton, Devon, England, power of attorney to Walter HOWARD, of the firm of G & R Wills & Co, to manage his investments in SA 30/4/1883 Deposit 187/1883.

No 1

CUMING, Henry John farmer Bugle Ranges near Macclesfield 1851[-1858] Memorial 32/83 FIND

CUMING, Henry John farmer Bugle Ranges 1861 Memorial 339/174

CUMING, Henry John vinegrower Bugle Ranges, Sections 2857 & 2860 Hundred of Macclesfield Co Hindmarsh 1862 Application 3020

No 1

CUMING, James Osborne master mariner schooner Elizabeth now in harbour in Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 149/35.

CUMING, James Osborne gentleman Pt Lincoln 1878 Memorial 134/306

No 1

CUMING, John farmer Bugle Ranges 1857[-1859] Memorial 60/121

CUMING, John farmer Bugle Ranges 1861 Application 2283

CUMING, John farmer Bugle Ranges 1863 Application 4643

CUMING, John storekeeper Macclesfield, died 22/11/ 1904. Husband of Edith Cumins Memorial 21/455

No 2

CUMING, John farmer Uroonda Co Granville 1885 Memorial 154/370

CUMING, R Burns managing director Adelaide Chemical & Fertiliser Co Ltd Adelaide (Currie St) 1930 Memorial 154/503

CUMMIE, George Henry garage proprietor Gawler changed his name back to George Henry ABOTOMY 1931 Memorial 75/504

No 1

CUMMING, Alexander draper Adelaide 1859 Memorial 45/153

CUMMING, Alexander formerly of Adelaide but now of Glasgow, Scotland 1867 Application 8709

CUMMING, Charles Spink merchant Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 411/32

CUMMING, Charles Walter grazier Boyanja/Moyanja perhaps Co Grey/Co Robe ? 1890 Memorial 183/405 FIND TEST BIRTHS PERHAPS SON OF JOHN CUMMING??

No 1

CUMMING, James merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 223/51

CUMMING, James draper Adelaide linked with Alexander and Peter Cumming drapers Adelaide 1860 Memorial 143/188

CUMMING, James of Adelaide at present in parts beyond the seas 1863 Memorial 199/188

No 1

CUMMING, John draper Adelaide leased land at Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 203/141

CUMMING, John storekeeper Morphett Vale 1863 Application 3725 FIND TRACE MOVEMENTS FIND DEATH DATE

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

CUMMING, John gentleman near Glenelg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1869 Grant Book 54 Page 115 County Russell

No 1

CUMMING, Peter merchant Adelaide 1847[-1869] Memorial 364/8

CUMMING, Peter merchant Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 1 County Adelaide

CUMMING, William and Helen of Stirling West 1888 Memorial 58 & 59/393

CUMMINGS, Eric Bernard and Patrick Cecil Cummings graziers Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1938[-1942] Grant Book 13 Page 388 County Dalhousie

No 1 – the Elder and the Younger

CUMMINGS, George farmer Penwortham 1854 Memorial 160/78

CUMMINGS, George farmer near Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

CUMMINGS, George farmer Hundred of Eurelia linked with John Cummings blacksmith Eurelia 1886 Memorial 48/379

CUMMINGS, George farmer Eurelia 1897 Memorial 95/431

CUMMINGS, George the Elder farmer Mannanarie, died before 1902. Executors - Jane Cummings widow Mannanarie, Henry Cummings farmer Yongala and William Thorne HUMPHRYS farmer Hamley Bridge Grant Book 13 Page 86 County Dalhousie

No 1

CUMMINGS, Henry farmer near Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 108 County Victoria

CUMMINGS, Henry farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

No 2

CUMMINGS, Henry farmer Hundred of Morgan. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 420 County Dalhousie

No 1

CUMMINGS, James farmer Stanley Flat near Clare 1854[-1857] Memorial 395/63

CUMMINGS, James farmer Stanley Flat near Clare 1860 Memorial 350/165

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

CUMMINGS, James labourer Mintaro 1882[-1887] Memorial 52/342

CUMMINGS, James quarryman Mintaro 1899 Memorial 246/437

No 3

CUMMINGS, James shopkeeper Uley, Glos, England and Mary Cummings his wife formerly Mary DREW spinster 1855 Memorial 190/91

CUMMINGS, James shopkeeper Uley, Glos, England and Mary Cummings his wife formerly Mary DREW 1855. She was probably a sister to Eliza Drew spinster Uley and perhaps to Hannah GREEN wife of George Green of Stonehouse, Glos Memorial 106/106

CUMMINGS, Joseph of the Hundred of Way 1886 Memorial 131/377

CUMMINGS, Leo storekeeper Sheringa 1909[-1911] Memorial 30/462

CUMMINGS, Margaret Jane spinster Queenstown 1859 Memorial 98/158

CUMMINGS, Michael wheelwright Eurelia 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 386 County Dalhousie

No 1 - likely to be the same person
CUMMINGS, Patrick machinist Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 380 County Dalhousie

CUMMINGS, Patrick miner Eurelia 1889 Memorial 149/399

CUMMINGS, Patrick Joseph gentleman Eurelia and Eliza Cummings his wife. Thomas Cummings the Younger mentioned but not described 1889 Memorial 247/396

CUMMINS, Colin Harry manufacturer Burra 1950 Memorial 178/525

CUMMINS, Edward John gentleman Carter St, Thorngate, died 1/6/1917. Husband of Marie Amelia Cummins Memorial 63/476

No 1
CUMMENS, James farmer Tothill Creek 1864 Memorial 192/198

CUMMINS, James farmer Tothill Creek 1864 Memorial 192/198

CUMMINS, James farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1871[-1872] Memorial 165/255

CUMMINS, James farmer Morchard trustee Morchard Cemetery 1879 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

CUMMINS, Joseph shepherd Pt Lincoln 1865[-1875] Memorial 161/208

No 1
CUMMINS, Lawrence farmer near Nairne 1854 Memorial 262/75

CUMMINS, Lawrence farmer The Vallies near Nairne 1857 Memorial 120/126

CUMMINS, Lawrence farmer [formerly of near Nairne but now of the] Hundred of Saddleworth 1862 Memorial 343/186

CUMMINS, Lawrence farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 199 County Dalhousie

No 1

CUMMINS, Michael licensed victualler Adelaide 1883 Memorial 126/347

No 1

CUMMINS, Richard farmer Gawler Plains 1857 Memorial 39/114

CUMMINS, Richard farmer Peachey Belt 1860 Memorial 303/165

CUMMINS, Richard farmer formerly of Peachey Belt 1857 but now of the Broughton 1873 Application 12740

CUMMINS, Richard farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 458 County Daly

No 1

CUMMINS, Thomas of Victorville [Greenock] 1865 Memorial 332/205

CUMMINS, Thomas miller Victorville 1866 Application 7954

CUMMINS, William Henry farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 80 County Dalhousie

No 1

CUMMINS, William Joseph publican Appila Yarrowie Co Frome. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 249 County Dalhousie

CUMMINS, William Joseph licensed victualler Orroroo. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 298 County Dalhousie

CUMMINS, William Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide 1883 Memorial 120/347

CUMMINS, William Joseph formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but now out of business 1883 Memorial 15/352

CUMMINS, William Patrick farmer Collinsfield, died 9/3/1907. Executors – John FETHERSTONHAUGH farmer Booleroo Centre and Mary Jane Cummins widow Collinsfield Grant Book 15 Page 140 County Daly

CUNDALL, Charles maildriver Waukaringa Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 5 County Lytton

CUNDY, Edwin servant to W GILES Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 445/24

CUNDY, John Henry blacksmith Williamstown 1882[-1892] Memorial 247/342, Application 22213

CUNDY, Oswald law clerk Gawler 1920 Application 27054

No 1

CUNDY, Philip Goodfellow miner Kadina. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 113 County Daly

CUNDY, Philip Goodfellow storeman Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 236 County Daly

CUNDY, William Dart gentleman Williamstown 1888 Memorial 93/394

CUNLIFFE, Foster Lionel Lieutenant in HM Regiment of Royal Artillery, at present in Exeter, England, power of attorney to George Le Mesurier GRETTON barrister Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 17/8/1880, and failing him to Charles LYONS and Charles Sydney LEADER land agents Adelaide Deposits 215/1880 & 42/884

CUNLIFFE, Robert Henry Lieutenant Colonel in the Madras Staff Corps, Mount Madras, East Indies, power of attorney to George Le Mesurier GRETTON barrister Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 11/3/1881, and failing him to Charles LYONS and Charles Sydney LEADER land agents Adelaide Deposits 99/1881 & 43/1884

CUNLIFFE, Roger Esquire Buckersbury, London, Middlesex, power of attorney to Arthur HARDY Esquire Adelaide, to manage his land along the Light River in the Light Special Survey, and also in the Wellington Special Survey along the Murray River, which he bought through the Secondary Towns Association 7/2/1853 Deposit 171/1860

CUNLIFFE, Samuel labourer Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 65/66

No 1

CUNNARE, Timothy farmer Mt Barker District 1853[-1861] Memorial 402/58

CUNNARE, Timothy farmer Macclesfield 1861 Memorial 134/177

No 1 - probably the same person

CUNNEEN, Michael farmer Kapunda 1854[-1860] Memorials 32/66 & 91/168

CUNNEEN, Michael farmer formerly of Kapunda 1854 but now of Hamilton on the Light 1866 Application 7893

CUNNEEN, Michael farmer Arkaba 1888 Memorial 174/394

CUNNIFFE, James farmer, mail contractor and wine dealer Government Well Hundred of Neales became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 95/260

No 1

CUNNINGHAM, Alexander farmer near Woodside 1857 Memorial 13/125

CUNNINGHAM, Alexander farmer Gilberton 1863 Application 3961

No 2

CUNNINGHAM, Alexander merchant Adelaide 1864 Application 5166

CUNNINGHAM, Alexander importer Rundle St, Adelaide, power of attorney to his wife, Eupherina Cunningham, to manage his SA affairs, and in case of her death or absence from the said province, Henry BROWN builder Waymouth St, Adelaide 29/3/1870 Deposit 52/1870

CUNNINGHAM, Alexander importer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 68 County Daly

CUNNINGHAM, Alfred upholster Adelaide 1878 Application 20920

No 1

CUNNINGHAM, Daniel labourer Hectorville 1866 Memorial 215/215

CUNNINGHAM, Daniel labourer Hectorville linked with John Cunningham of the same place 1874 Memorial 232/272

CUNNINGHAM, Donald the Younger farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1879 Grant Book 7 Page 7 County Buckingham

No 1

CUNNINGHAM, Edward railway porter Gawler linked with Mary Cunningham widow Gawler 1906 Memorial 220/455

CUNNINGHAM, Edward railway porter Gawler 1910 Memorial 7/464

No 1

CUNNINGHAM, Francis farm servant Gulnare Plains 1875 Memorial 103/284

CUNNINGHAM, F labourer Gulnare Plains 1876 Memorial 147/295

No 1

CUNNINGHAM, Hastings Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 300/73

CUNNINGHAM, Hastings Esquire Compton Mt Gambier 1854[-1857] Memorial 330/74

CUNNINGHAM, Hastings Esquire formerly of Compton but now of Mt Mercer Vic 1857 Memorial 276/126

CUNNINGHAM, Hastings and John stockholders Kalangadoo Hundred of Grey land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 400 County Grey

CUNNINGHAM, Hastings Esquire formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Middleton House, Midlothian, Scotland 1860 Memorial 142/166

CUNNINGHAM, Hastings Esquire Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 176/233

No 1

CUNNINGHAM, James farmer The Tiers 1857 Memorial 41/118

CUNNINGHAM, James farmer formerly of Cox Creek but now absent from SA 1859[-1860] Memorial 210/161

CUNNINGHAM, James farmer Cox Creek 1863 Memorial 15/189

No 1

CUNNINGHAM, James engineer Adelaide, about to depart the province for some considerable time, power of attorney to Charles FENN solicitor Adelaide, to manage his considerable estate in the province 23/7/1859 Deposit 388/1859

No 1

CUNNINGHAM, James Edward farmer Belalie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

CUNNINGHAM, James Edward overseer Canowie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 112 County Victoria

No 1

CUNNINGHAM, James Henry gentleman Adelaide leased rooms in Eagle Chambers on the corner of King William and Pirie Sts 'together with the use of a bin in the cellar situate underneath the rooms on the ground floor … for the purpose of storing therein such coal as may be required for use as fuel in the said rooms and such pine and deal as may be required for kindling fires in the said rooms' 1875 Memorial 1/293

CUNNINGHAM, James Henry of Adelaide formerly secretary to the Mercantile Finance Guarantee and Agency Co of SA Ltd 1891 Memorial 94/409

CUNNINGHAM, James Henry Grand Secretary of the Freemasons Adelaide 1900 Application 24068

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CUNNINGHAM, John of Compton 1854 Memorial 93/90

CUNNINGHAM, John of Kalangadoo 1857 Memorial 300/119

No 2

CUNNINGHAM, John labourer Hectorville 1874[-1883] Memorial 232/272

CUNNINGHAM, John James formerly fruiterer Yatala township but now librarian Alberton 1937 Memorial 50/511

CUNNINGHAM, John Millar of Warooka Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 9 County Fergusson

CUNNINGHAM, Mary widow Gawler 1884[-1906] Memorial 50/360

No 1

CUNNINGHAM, Michael farmer Willunga 1868 Application 9540

CUNNINGHAM, Michael farmer Virginia 1885 Memorial 35/370

CUNNINGHAM, Michael farmer Salisbury 1885 Memorial 125/365, Application 20506

CUNNINGHAM, Michael farmer formerly of Virginia but now of Salisbury 1895 Memorial 105/424

CUNNINGHAM, Michael farmer formerly of Virginia but now of Salisbury 1900 Application 24040

CUNNINGHAM, Robert Park formerly Esquire Glasgow, Scotland, later innkeper Adelaide. He emigrated to SA c1840, with a wife (not named) to whom he had been married for about four years. RP Cunningham died c1849 Application 19119

No 1

CUNNINGHAM, Terence linked with Section 371 Hundred of Tatiara Co Buckingham 1887 Memorial 53/385

CUNNINGHAM, Terence farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1896 Grant Book 7 Page 18 County Buckingham

CUNNINGHAM, Thomas farmer Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1891[-1903] Grant Book 2 Page 97 County Adelaide

CURGENVEN, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 29/50

No 1

CURKPATRICK, Clarence Roy grazier Kingston S-E 1935[-1936] Memorial 84/509, Application 28024

CURKPATRICK, Clarence Roy grazier Kingston S-E Lacepede Bay Institute trustee 1939 Application 28146

No 1

CURKPATRICK, James farmer Bowaka near Kingston S-E 1901 Memorial 2/443

CURKPATRICK, James grazier Reedy Creek via Kingston S-E 1902 Application 24390

CURKPATRICK, James farmer Bowaka near Kingston S-E, died 16/8/1911. Father of Eliza RANDALL wife of Samuel Randall railway ganger Kingston. Executor; Herbert George NOSWORTHY grazier formerly of Reedy Creek S-E but now of Cookes Plains Memorial 35/466

CURKPATRICK, James farmer Bowaka, died 16/8/1911. Bequests to his children - daughter Mary Ann JAMES wife of Morris James of Bull Island, his son James Curkpatrick now of Stawell Vic, his daughter Annie BODDINGTON wife of George Boddington of Reedy Creek S-E, daughter Eliza wife of Samuel RANDALL railway ganger Kingston S-E, his son William Kurkpatrick was dead, his share to his grandson William James Curkpatrick. James Curkpatrick could not writes Application 28261

No 1

CURL, Agnes spinster Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 152/55

CURL, Agnes spinster Mt Barker, had married by 1858. She was now the wife of William PHILLIPS Esquire West St, Mill Brook, Cornwall, England Memorial 166/261

No 1

CURL, Alfred yeoman perhaps Hindmarsh 1860 Memorial 223/167

CURL, Alfred dealer Hindmarsh 1860[-1873] Memorial 291/167

CURL, Alfred dealer Hindmarsh 1862 Application 3688

CURL, Alfred dealer Port Road, Hindmarsh 1882 Application 18964

CURL, Alfred general dealer Hindmarsh 1887 Memorial 103/385

CURL, Alfred storekeeper Hindmarsh, died 3/2/1889. He had lived in Hindmarsh for more than 40 years. His wife, Elizabeth Curl, surrendered her life interest in the real estate to her son, Robert Curl labourer Hindmarsh (This might have been an unofficial arrangement). Elizabeth Curl died 6/1/1898, of arteritis deformans and apoplexy, aged 78 Application 25538

CURL, Eliel farmer Pt Gawler 1857 Memorial 150/128

No 1

CURL, Samuel yeoman Beachport Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 292 County Grey

CURL, Samuel farmer near Millicent 1887 Memorial 2/386

CURL, Samuel farmer near Millicent Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1896 Grant Book 30 Page 205 County Grey

CURL, Thomas wheelwright Bay Road 1850[-1855] Memorial 283/27

No 1

CURLING, Robert gentleman formerly of Adelaide now of the Old Jewry in the City of London, England 1869 Application 10315

CURLING, Robert Esquire Cambridge Tce, Hyde Park, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to AL Elder & Co, Adelaide, to manage his land in the Lower Wakefield District, Co Stanley 9/101/1855. He died 4/3/1894 at 55 Princes Square, Middlesex. He also lived at Gosmore, Herts, England. Apparently a bachelor. Estate worth £34,504/16/-. Many legacies to sisters, nephews, godsons etc Deposits 138/1856 & 55/1895.

CURNOW, Alfred farmer Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 437 County Daly

No 1

CURNOW, Charles, George and Joseph gardeners Athelstone 1866 Memorial 184/216

CURNOW, Charles gardener Payneham linked with George Edwin Curnow police trooper Blinman and Joseph Curnow gardener Payneham 1868 Memorial 38/232

CURNOW, Charles, George Edwin and Joseph market gardeners Bologas Orange Vale near Adelaide 1880 Memorial 24/333

CURNOW, Charles, George Edwin, and Joseph market gardeners Bologas Orange Grove near Adelaide 1884 Memorial 198/358

CURNOW, Charles, George and Joseph gardeners Montacute 1886[-1893] Memorial 26/377

No 2

CURNOW, Charles gardener Montacute 1871 Application 11614

CURNOW, Edward miner Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 241 County Daly

CURNOW, GE clerk to Messrs HERFORD & BOUCAUT solicitors Adelaide 1858 Memorial 43/145

CURNOW, HL bank clerk Melrose 1906 Memorial 189/454

No 1

CURNOW, James licensed victualler Commercial Inn Adelaide 1848 Memorial 164/13

CURNOW, James of Adelaide, declared an insolvent debtor in 1860. His assets included the unexpired lease of the Sturt Hotel (pt Town Acre 103) in Adelaide, together with the adjoining billiard room 'all cellars, yards, fences, ways, paths, passages' etc Memorial 148/169

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

CURNOW, James nurseryman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 472/5

CURNOW, James gardener Adelaide 1855 Memorial 134/90

No 1

CURNOW, John farmer Woolshed Flat 1859 Memorial 209/161

CURNOW, John and John Henry farmers Woolshed Flat 1865 Memorial 85/207

CURNOW, John farmer formerly of Woolshed Flat but now of Rhynie 1868 (Could be the same address?) Application 9002

CURNOW, John and Alfred farmers near Rhynie trading in the name of John Curnow and Son 1878 Application 16943

CURNOW, John farmer Woolshed Flat 1857, by 1882 farmer Springwood near Rhynie, died 30/10/1882 Undalya near Rhynie, of cirrhosis and dropsy, aged 76. Grandfather of Emily Amelia NELSON of Rhynie Application 24073

No 1

CURNOW, John Henry farmer Woolshed Flat 1870 Memorial 92/251

CURNOW, John Henry miller Rhynie 1875[-1880] Memorial 17/285

CURNOW, John Henry miller Rhynie 1880 Application 18268

CURNOW, John Henry farmer near Rhynie 1880 Memorial 82/326

CURNOW, John Henry storekeeper Rhynie 1900 Memorial 50/441

No 1

CURNOW, John Lewis farmer Penfield 1897 Memorial 112/430

CURNOW, John Lewis farmer Virginia 1909 Memorial 61/462

No 1

CURNOW, Joseph innkeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850[-1853] Memorial 126/24

No 2

CURNOW, Joseph of Payneham Gardens 1859 Application 895

No 3

CURNOW, Joseph, George Edwin and Charles gardeners Athelstone 1866 Memorial 184/216

CURNOW, Joseph gardener Orange Vale Montacute about to marry Mary Ann WIGZELL the Elder widow Rundle St, Adelaide 1877 Memorial 40/301

CURNOW, Joseph gentleman Brighton, George Edwin Curnow gentleman Maitland and Charles Curnow market gardener Montacute 1886 Application 20948

CURNOW, Joseph gardener Brighton and Mary Ann Curnow his wife 1892 Memorial 185/414

CURNOW, Joseph gentleman Brighton linked with George Edwin Curnow gentleman Brighton, and Charles Curnow gardener Montacute 1897 Memorial 20/430

CURNOW, Michael farmer McLaren Vale 1859 Memorial 161/153

No 1

CURNOW, Samuel farmer near Salisbury 1903 Application 24662

CURNOW, Samuel farmer Burton near Salisbury 1907 Memorial 167/456

CURNOW, SH orchardist Cherry Gardens 1913 Application 26266

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CURNOW, Thomas farmer Munno Para West 1857 Memorial 78/128

CURNOW, Thomas the Younger farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1862 Memorial 89/182

CURNOW, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 270/202

CURNOW, Thomas farmer Peachey Belt 1871 Application 11781

CURNOW, Thomas farmer Salisbury 1877 Memorial 1/300

No 1

CURNOW, William bootmaker Adelaide 1860 Memorial 107/168

No 2

CURNOW, William farmer Kainton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 143 County Daly

CURNUCK, Joseph Walter wood carter Alpha Rd, Prospect 1935. He used to graze cows on various vacant allotments in the district and got his young sons to drive the cows to the correct place. The local tram line became a hazard for this practice Application 28000

CURNUCK, William farmer Nangkita Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1899 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

CURRAN, Thomas farmer Kainton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 278 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

CURRAN, Michael yeoman Upper Wakefield 1855[-1857] Memorial 272/88

CURRAN, Michael of Silver Creek near Gawler 1858 Memorial 344/171

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CURRAN, Thomas farmer Light 1863 Memorial 296/205

CURRAN, Thomas farmer Tiparra 1897 Memorial 148/431

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

No 1 - likely to be the same person

CURRELL, Henry machinist Adelaide (Flinders St) 1881 Memorial 223/329

CURRELL, Henry machinist Norwood 1884 Application 20156

CURRELL, Thomas Henry storekeeper Lower North Adelaide 1902 Memorial 46/445

No 1

CURREN, Michael married Mary MCNAMARA on 4/11/1837 at Waughovil, Co Clare, Ireland. The Currens emigrated to SA. Michael Curren poundkeeper Auburn, died 12/3/1868 Auburn intestate. His only child, Patrick Curren, born 18/3/1839 Wokerville, Ireland, inherited as heir at law. Patrick Curren died 12/12/1882 Auburn, leaving his own wife, Mary Catherine Curren, and children Application 19518

No 2

CURREN, Michael farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 102 County Robe

CURREN, Mary Catherine widow Auburn 1882 Memorial 206/345

CURREN, MJ agent Auburn 1919 Memorial 156/480

CURREN, PJ saddler Auburn 1887 Memorial 85/475

No 1

CURRIE, Alexander Esquire Teignbridge House, Kingsteignton, Devon, England, power of attorney to Algernon Sidney CLARK and John Howard Clark agents Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 21/6/1858 Deposit 411/1858

CURRIE, Alexander Esquire Teignbridge House, Kingsteignton, Devon, England 1865 Memorial 309/205

CURRIE, Alexander of Farr Cross, Devon, England, married Annie Pidsley nee ? on 2/7/1863 at Litleham-cum-Exmouth parish church. He died 19/9/1875 Laura Lodge Weston Lane, Bath, Somerset, leaving his estate in trust to provide his widow with an income of £500 for life if she never remarried, and £200 a year for life if she married, then to any children of the marriage in equal shares absolutely. If no children of the marriage, then the widow to inherit the estate absolutely Application 21275

No 1

CURRIE, James storeman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 243/117

CURRIE, James grocer Adelaide (Pulteney St), became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 180/254

CURRIE, James greengrocer Adelaide (Hindley St), became a bankrupt in 1879 Memorial 49/321

No 1

CURRIE, John of Adelaide colonial manager of the Bank of SA 1878[-1883] Memorial 232/311

CURRIE, John Colonial Manager of the Bank of SA Inc Adelaide 1881 183Application 18458

CURRIE, John Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Sir William MILNE and James HARVEY both of Adelaide, to manage his SA estate. It appears that J Currie was a Trustee for the Savings Bank of SA 25/4/1884 Deposit 128/1884

No 1

CURRIE, Joseph bootmaker formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1875 Memorial 126/283

CURRIE, Joseph shoemaker Yankalilla and Aldinga, died c1903. Estate worth £400 Memorial 86/450

CURRIE, Mary widow Yankalilla (relict of Joseph Currie shoemaker Yankalilla) formerly Mary O'CALLAGHAN (widow of the late Thomas John O'Callaghan labourer Yankalilla) nee HEWIN, died 11/12/1916. Mrs Currie left an allotment of land in Yankalilla for the erection of a Roman Catholic church or to be sold for funds towards the repair of the RC Church at Normanville or the purchase of a more suitable site in Yankalilla. Estate worth £250 Memorial 60/475 & RPO Search 1220

No 1

CURRIE, William farmer Eyre Flat 1855[-1856] Memorial 163/130

CURRIE, William farmer Kangarilla and Susannah Elizabeth Currie his wife formerly OAKLEY daughter of Josiah Oakley, and niece of the late Mary PAGE who died intestate and without issue 1868 Memorial 105/228

CURRIE, William out of business Blackfellow Creek 1885 Memorial 10/372

CURRIE, William farmer Prospect Hill. Father of William Lancelot Currie and Emily Currie 1897 Memorial 24/432

No 2

CURRIE, William quarry proprietor Pt Elliot 1883[-1884] Memorial 110/351

CURRIE, William Lancelot, born 25/2/1872 Kangarilla, son of William Currie farmer and Susannah Elizabeth nee OAKLEY. CURRIE, Emily, born 21/9/1877 Wickham Hill, daughter of William Currie farmer and Susannah Elizabeth Oakley Application 23366

CURRY, Joseph bootmaker Aldinga 1864 Memorial 187/194

CURSON, George Frederick engineer Morgan 1891 Memorial 7/409

No 1

CURTAIN, Michael of Olary 1887[-1888] Memorial 84/388

CURTAIN, Fanny married woman Olary. Olary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 65 Page 193 County Not named

CURTAIN, Patrick the Elder linked with Section 83e Hundred of Young Co Grey 1887 Memorial 26/384

CURTHOYS, Matthew grocer Hindmarsh 1869 Memorial 219/236

CURTIN, Benjamin storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1872 Application 12432

CURTIN, Charles clerk Adelaide 1888 Memorial 30/392

CURTIN, Cornelius Joseph bank clerk formerly of Semaphore but now of Woodville and Doris Alice Curtin his wife, formerly Doris LUCAS widow Semaphore. She sold her lease of the Semaphore Jetty refreshment rooms 1931 Memorial 78/504

CURTIN, Michael police corporal Le Fevre Peninsula 1907. Brother to Denis Curtin Application 25284

CURTIN, Thomas Clifford hawker Prospect 1866 Application 7117

CURTIS, Alex Bridger fruitgrower and grazier Wirrabara, died 28/6/1962. He left his estate to his children: Alfred Joseph Curtis gardener Wirrabara, Mary Joan Curtis (by 1962 Mary Joan WATT married woman Toogoolowah Qld), Wattle Blossom Curtis, David Thomas Curtis, Alice Daphne Curtis and Robert Watt Curtis Application 29206

No 1

CURTIS, Alfred linked with Sections 348 & 349 Hundred of Appila 1887 Memorial 30/387

CURTIS, Alfred gardener Wirrabara 1892 Memorial 26/413

CURTIS, AH blacksmith Goodwood Park 1889 Application 21674

CURTIS, Arthur H foreman West St, Davington 1925 Memorial 56/494

CURTIS, Bryon Sydney tailor Smithfield 1954 Memorial 175/529

CURTIS, Charles farmer near Melrose (Hundred of Wongyarra)s Hundred of Gregory land grant 1881 Grant Book 23 Page 100 County Frome

CURTIS, Edward farmer Balaklava 1894 Memorial 240/422

CURTIS, Elizabeth spinster York township 1854[-1857] Memorial 294/71

No 1

CURTIS, Frederick farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1848 Memorial 16/13 Sheep farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853 Memorial 352/46 He died c1854. His lots 1, 2 York township to Elizabeth Curtis spinster York. She mortgaged the land to John PURNELL farmer York. Enrolment 74/29

CURTIS, Frederick farmer York township, died c1853 He left his estate in trust to his wife, Harriet Curtis, for her lifetime, or during her widowhood, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant once they turned 21. In case any child failed to reach his majority and survive, then the estate to go to Frederick Curtis's sister, Elizabeth Curtis Memorial 384/71

CURTIS, Frederick farmer York township, died c1853. He left his estate to his wife, 185185Harriott Curtis, in trust for life or remarriage, and then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children. 185185Some land at York he left to his sister, Elizabeth Curtis. Widow Harriott 185185Curtis 30 remarried to James BENNETT 46 widower labourer on 18518513/12/1855 in her home at York. The Rev'd James WAY officiated. Witnesses: Mary Ann BENNETT and Jane WAY Application 15581

CURTIS, Frederick farmer York township, died c1856. He left his estate to his wife, 185185Harriet Curtis, in trust for life or remarriage, then to his surviving children equally absolutely in remainder expectant 185Application 17260

CURTIS, Harriet widow York village Section 394 Port Road 1854 Memorial 80/63

CURTIS, George of Adelaide and Margaret Curtis his wife 1873 Memorial 201/268

CURTIS, George Robert greengrocer Marden 1914 Application 26305

No 1

CURTIS, Harry Alexander of Exeter near Pt Adelaide chief clerk in the SA Education Department 1885 Memorial 22/365

CURTIS, Harry Alexander Education Department Chief Clerk Adelaide and of Farleigh, Wistow 1888 Application 21401

No 1

CURTIS, Henry gardener Littlehampton 1857[-1857] Memorial 203/119

CURTIS, Henry [formerly gardener Littlehampton but now] farmer Currency Creek 1861 Memorial 267/176

CURTIS, Henry Charles medical practitioner Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 22/323

CURTIS, HA secretary to George RITCHIE Minister of Education 1922 Memorial 26/486

No 1

CURTIS, James carrier Adelaide 1848 Memorial 491/11

CURTIS, James storekeeper Adelaide, owned the Foundry Hotel in Hindley St 1858 Memorial 214/141

CURTIS, James formerly carrier 1848 but now gentleman Adelaide (West Tce) 1865 Application 6046

CURTIS, James builder Adelaide 1868 Memorial 226/233

CURTIS, James gentleman Adelaide (West Tce), died c1869. Husband of Eliza Curtis. Probably a relative to George Curtis of Bermondsey, and Alfred Curtis of Clerkenwell, London, Middlesex, England Memorial 119/239

No 1

CURTIS, John brickmaker Adelaide 1845[-1846] Memorial 460/6

No 2

CURTIS, John farmer Pt Adelaide road 1853 Memorial 21/51

CURTIS, John farmer Port Road near Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 47/60

CURTIS, John farmer Port Road Alberton 1855 Memorials 121 & 122/83

CURTIS, John of Yorkcroft Hundred of Pt Gawler 1857 Memorial 215/121

No 2

CURTIS, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1855[-1867] Memorial 167/126

CURTIS, John farmer near Auburn 1864 Application 4927

CURTIS, John farmer Rice Creek. East Auburn Disciples of Christ chapel trustee 1871 Memorial 239/251

CURTIS, John farmer Rice Creek near Auburn 1872 Memorial 247/270

CURTIS, John farmer Rice Creek, near Auburn 1883 Application 19863

No 3

CURTIS, John gardener The Tiers near Crafers 1866 Memorial 7/211

CURTIS, John gardener Brownhill Creek linked with William Curtis gardener Mt Lofty 1870 Memorial 83/244

CURTIS, John gardener The Tiers near Crafers 1877 Application 16473

CURTIS, John market gardener Crafers 1881 Memorial 242/330

CURTIS, John market gardener Brownhill Creek 1891 Memorial 27/410

CURTIS, John market gardener Brownhill Creek Mitcham 1893 Application 22584

CURTIS, John gardener formerly of Crafers but now of Beverley on the Port Road 1900 Application 24044

No 4

CURTIS, John farmer Hundred of Everard trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Blyth Hundred of Blyth land grant 1885 Grant Book 56 Page 365 County Stanley

No 5

CURTIS, John gardener Houghton 1922 Application 27048

No 6

CURTIS, John labourer Kersbrook 1926 Memorial 32/495

No 1

CURTIS, Mary farmer of parts beyond the seas 1884 Memorial 100/362

CURTIS, Mary widow Hertford, Herts, England 1884 Memorial 230/362

CURTIS, Michael Patrick labourer Adelaide 1849[-1857] Memorial 146/16

No 1

CURTIS, Thomas carpenter Glenelg 1857 Memorial 328/122

CURTIS, Thomas plasterer Glenelg 1861[-1871] Memorial 350/173

CURTIS, Thomas mason Glenelg 1865 Memorial 264/205

CURTIS, Thomas builder Glenelg 1877[-1898] Memorial 104/298, Application 18143

No 1

CURTIS, Thomas John gentleman formerly of Abingdon, Berks, England but now of Hertford, Herts, England and Mary Curtis his wife formerly Mary GERTRUDE spinster 1864 Memorial 196/193

CURTIS, Thomas John solicitor 24 Holland Villas Road, Kensington, Middlesex, England, died 11/9/1864, of chronic rheumatism (8-9 years) and congestion of the lungs (2 months), aged 34. On 12/7/1853, he had married Mary GERTRUDE, at St Mary Lambeth. She had no father mentioned on the certificate; his father mentioned as Charles Archer Curtis. TJ Curtis was practising as a solicitor in St Helen’s Abingdon, Berks, at the time he married. Mrs Curtis gave power of attorney to James SMITH merchant Adelaide, to tell the tenants to quit and then sell the estates she had inherited from a person called Richard William BIRCH Esquire of Derby - land at Wellington, Willunga and along the Light River. Birch had appointed George MORPHETT as his SA attorney. When Morphett returned to England, the deeds for the land were not with his brother, John Morphett, neither with Lyons and Leader, nor in the effects of Mr Wright, who had inherited many of George Morphett’s papers. Mrs Curtis had her solicitors, Baker, Baker & Hawes solicitors 117 Cannon St, London, Middlesex, advertise in the London Times for her12/7/1884, and twice more after that Deposit 289/1879 etc.

No 1

CURTIS, Thomas William farmer Gawler Plains 1905 Memorial 112/453

CURTIS, Thomas William farmer Smithfield 1907 Memorial 122/457

No 1

CURTIS, William gentleman Adelaide [bought land in Payneham but uncertain where he moved] 1847 Memorial 421/8

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

CURTIS, William farmer Lyndoch Valley 1850 Memorial 459/24

No 3

CURTIS, William gardener Brownhill Creek 1860[-1875] Memorial 29/167

CURTIS, William gardener Mt Lofty 1873[-1877] Memorial 98/268

CURTIS, William market gardener Mt Lofty 1878 Application 16895

CURTIS, William market gardener Crafers 1881 Application 18499

CURTIS, William market gardener Piccadilly Mt Lofty linked with Edward James Curtis market gardener of the same place 1891 Memorial 167/411

CURTIS, William gentleman Crafers 1893 Application 22584

CURTIS, William gardener Beverley 1901 Memorial 174/443

CURTIS, William market gardener formerly of Mt Lofty but now of Beverley linked with William Henry Curtis market gardener Piccadilly 1911 Memorial 26/465

CURTIS, William out of business Beverley 1912 Memorial 186/471

CURTIS, William formerly market gardener Brownhill Creek but now out of business Beverley 1912. Husband of Theresa Curtis. Father of Edward James Curtis market gardener Piccadilly, who had to pay his parents an annuity of £40 during their joint lives Application 26108

CURTIS, William gardener formerly of Brownhill Creek but now of Beverley 1915 Father of Frederick Thomas Curtis of Piccadilly. FT Curtis wrote to V DUMAS of the Lands Titles Office on 4/2/1915 Dear Sir I wish to inform you that I never opened that notice of Mr WF Curtis of Brownhill Creek. I will explain to you how I received it. First of all, my cousin, WF Curtis to whom I presume it belongs, received it allright, opened it himself and came to the conclusion it was mine brought it into the market and gave it to his brother, Thomas Curtis of Piccadilly and he gave it over to my eldest brother Edward James Curtis and he gave it to my nephew, Earl Curtis, son of William Henry Curtis, my second brother, and that is how I got it and as I tell you Sir, I never opened it the owner did. This Thomas Curtis I referred to is my cousin … Application 26332

No 4

CURTIS, William and JAMES, Samuel gardeners Chain of Ponds 1898 Application 23570

CURTIS, William Henry market gardener Piccadilly 1911 Application 25990

CURTIS, William John draper Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 232 County Daly

CURWOOD, Francis James Methodist minister Stirling East 1906 Memorial 17/456

CURYER, David miner Waukaringa linked with John Curyer farmer Yanyarrie 1888[-1889] Memorial 7/391

CURYER, David William Hyne farmer formerly of Yongala but now of Yanyarrie linked with John Curyer farmer Yanyarrie 1886 Memorial 223/380

CURYER, James Irwin builder and plumber Melrose 1947[-1948] Memorial 77/522

No 1

CUSACK, James farmer Hindmarsh Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

CUSACK, James farmer Warooka Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 35 County Fergusson

CUSACK, Thomas railway waggon examiner Peterborough 1926 Grant Book 13 Page 215 County Dalhousie

No 1

CUSHION, John labourer Gawler 1865 Application 6680

CUSHION, John farmer Hamley Bridge 1877 Memorial 204/302

CUSSELLE, Victor Ludlow commercial traveller born 19 Ben Eden St, Waverley NSW but for some time now residing at 4 James St, Plympton, changed his name to Victor Ludlow DUNNING 1932 Memorial 14/506

No 1

CUSSEN, Bryan sheep farmer Tatiara Country 1855 Memorial 402/97

CUSSEN, Bryan stockholder Bangham Station Tatiara Country, died 6/9/1877 intestate. His widow called Catherine Mary Cussen. Also 5 children, including Bryan Ignatius Cussen and John Francis Cussen stockholders Bangham Station 1884 Memorial 86/358

No 1

CUSSEN, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1861 Memorial 330/177

CUSSEN, R commission agent Adelaide 1871 Memorial 39/256

CUSSEN, R licensed land broker Adelaide 1872 Memorial 81/259

No 1

CUSSINS, James gardener Fourth Creek near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 343/67

CUSSINS, James gardener Sixth Creek near Adelaide 1859 Memorial 243/161

CUSSION, James labourer Bullaparinga 1903 Memorial 63/449

CUSSION, Michael farmer Minlacowie 1886 Memorial 180/374

No 1

CUSTANCE, Richard Weyman contractor Brompton 1850[-1853] Memorial 78/28

CUSTANCE, Richard Weyman road contractor Brompton 1853 Memorial 436/51

CUSTANCE, Richard Weyman road contractor Brompton 1852[-1853] Memorial 458/43.

CUSTANCE, Richard Weyman contractor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 73/71

CUSTANCE, Richard Weyman and Thomas HINCKLEY contractors Brompton in partnership 1854. RW Custance died soon afterwards 14/7/1854. His widow called Mary Custance. Children called Elizabeth Catherine Mary Custance, Emily Eliza Custance and Sarah Louisa Custance, all infants. The family sold the Quarry Lot, lot 121, West Mitcham 12/3/1856 to Alfred ATKINSON Esquire Adelaide £261/19/3. Mary Custance remarried to Edward HAMENCE builder Bowden by 1856 Enrolment 73/32

CUSTANCE, Richard Weyman died a bankrupt, owning quite a bit of real estate including part Town Acres. He left family - his widow Mary Custance later the wife of Edward HAMENCE, plus 3 daughters - Elizabeth Catherine Mary Custance, Emily Eliza Custance and Sarah Louisa Custance infants under the age of 21 years 1855 Application 7990

CUSTANCE, Richard Weyman had died an accidental death 15/7/1854 189189where this happened not stated, nor his age and occupation mentioned. His widow, Mary 189189Custance, remarried to Edward HAMENCE full age joiner no residence stated, 18918931/3/1855 Christ Church North Adelaide Witnesses Richard H EDWARDS 189189and Mary Ann HAMENCE. Edward Hamence carpenter Brompton, died 18918910/12/1872 heart disease, aged 65. The Custance daughters married. 189189Catherine Elizabeth Custance 21 near North Adelaide married George 189189William TEAKLE 22 labourer Hindmarsh (Father: William Teakle) 2/3/1863 189189Rev'd William WILSON's residence Hindmarsh Witnesses: Sarah HERBERT 189189North Adelaide, Octavia WILSON Hindmarsh. Emily Eliza Custance 18 189189Brompton married Henry MORTIMER 22 farmer Modbury (Father: William 189189Mortimer) 10/10/1864 All Saint's Hindmarsh Witnesses Henry WHITING 189189labourer Modbury and Sarah Custance Brompton. Sarah Custance 20 Bowden 189189married William POULTON 21 carter Bowden (Father: Thomas Poulton) 18918922/4/1869 General Registrar's Office, Victoria Square, Adelaide. 189189Witnesses; James TODD brickmaker Bowden and BJ Todd of Bowden 189Application 14057. 189

CUSTANCE, Richard Weyman contractor Brompton, died c1855 intestate. The Supreme Court ordered that enough of his real estate be sold to pay his debts 14/5/1855. The Custance home, lot 114, sold at auction, with other real estate, on 7/8/1855. His widow, Mary Custance, later remarried to Edward HAMENCE. The Custance children included Elizabeth Catherine Mary Custance, Emily Eliza Custance and Sarah Louisa Custance Application 20882

CUTBILL, Walter John Chairman of the Australian Mining Company Ltd, chaired an extraordinary General Meeting of the company held at 37 Old Jewry, London on 19/3/1908. The shareholders agreed that the company should be wound up voluntarily, and that Edgar COLLIER of 63 Queen Victoria St, London, should receive £100 for performing the necessary paper work. [The Company's most famous mine in SA was the Tungkillo Mine] Application 27933

No 1

CUTHBERT, Benjamin labourer Hay Valley [near Nairne] 1854[-1856] Memorial 232/69

CUTHBERT, Benjamin labourer Nairne 1857 Memorial 69/122

CUTHBERT, Benjamin labourer Callington 1865 Memorial 102/207

CUTHBERT, Benjamin market gardener Stirling East 1885 Application 20472

CUTHBERT, John Ranson gentleman Paternoster Row, London, Middlesex, power of attorney to John Olliver SURTEES, barrister Rose Hill, Manchester, Lancs, to manage his estates in SA 17/9/1858 Deposit 139/1859

No 1

CUTHBERTSON, William Gilmour of Adelaide colonial manager of the Bank of SA 1874 Memorial 52/274

CUTHBERTSON, William Gilmour Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Sir William Milne President of the Legislative Council and the Hon Neville BLYTH Minister of Agriculture and Education both of Adelaide, to manage his SA property 18/1/1878 Deposit 235/1880

CUTKEN, Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 38/46

CUTLACK, Frank W of Renmark 1920 Memorial 187/480

CUTLACK, Peter Robert articled law clerk Adelaide 1921 Memorial 100/483

CUTT, Mary Ann married woman Alberton 1902 Application 24381

CUTT, Norman Cecil foreman machinist formerly of 57 Wilpena Tce, Kilkenny now of 9 Burke St, West Croydon and Eugenie Ilene Cutt his wife 1958 Application 29283

CUTTEN, Neil Clarence grazier Hawker and Edna May Cutten his wife formerly Edna May BARTHOLOMAEUS spinster Glenelg linked with Otto George Bartholomaeus grazier Glenelg 1940 Memorials 29 & 30/515

CUTTING, Alfred shoemaker Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 226/28

CUTTING, Samuel shoemaker Adelaide 1845 Memorial 471/4

No 1

CUTTING, Stephen farmer Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 178/89

CUTTING, Stephen farmer Kanmantoo 1864 Application 4979

CUTTING, Stephen farmer formerly of Gumeracha 1855 but now of Hailes Valley 1865 Application 20722

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

CUTTING, Thomas late on half pay of the Third Line Battalion King's German Legion 1852[-1853] Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 62/69

CUTTING, Thomas Esquire New Tiers 1854 Memorial 106/70

CUTTING, Thomas farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1856 Memorial 319/108

CUTTING, Thomas the Younger farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1856 Memorial 125/110

CUTTING, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 63/100

CUTTING, Thomas the Elder yeoman New Tiers 1861 Memorial 131/179

CUTTING, Thomas farmer the New Tiers 1868 Application 9276

CUTTING, Thomas of near Mt Lofty 1869 Memorial 104/244

CUTTING, Thomas the Elder gardener New Tiers 1876 Memorial 4/288

CUTTING, Magdalene Catherine widow New Tiers 1882 Application 19030