Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

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

 

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

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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

Names Beginning 'Da*' to 'Dic*'

DABB, Adelaide Martha married woman 141 Tynte St, North Adelaide and Adelaide Edith Dabb (born 28/2/1882 Parramatta NSW) and Alice Evangeline Dabb (born 28/3/1887 Pennant Hills NSW) both spinsters of the same address, changed their surname to DERBY in 1920. Mrs Dabb, as Adelaide Martha SMITH, had married Joseph Dabb in NSW on 31/3/1880 Memorial 174/479

DABB, Amos of North Kapunda 1851 Memorial 143/35

DABINET, George labourer 34 Days Rd, Croydon 1947, born 6/10/1886, a son of William Dabinet dairyman Days Rd, Kilkenny who died 19/10/1929. The family came to live in the area during cMarch 1892 Application 28512

DABINET, Linda married woman Woodville 1931 Application 27855

No 1

DABINET, William dairyman Tam O'Shanter Belt 1905 Memorial 160/452, Application 24916

DABINET, William dairyman Days Road, Kilkenny 1920 Memorial 95/480

DABINET, William dairyman Days Road, Kilkenny, died 19/10/1929 Glen Lossie near Murray Bridge. Husband of Elizabeth Dabinet. Father of Aubrey Walter Dabinet no description and George Dabinet dairyman Days Road, Islington. Grandfather of William James Dabinet. W Dabinet owned a 50 acre dairy farm on Days Road at Islington Memorial 116/503

DABOVICH, Andrew photographer Pt Lincoln 1912 Memorial 13/466

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DABOVICH, Christopher oyster fisheries inspector Pt Lincoln 1886[-1897] Memorial 108/374

DABOVICH, Christopher inspector of oyster fisheries Pt Lincoln 1890[-1906] Application 25364

DABOVICH, Christopher inspector of fisheries Pt Lincoln 1906 Memorial 108/454

DABOVICH, Christopher line man Stirling West 1913 Application 26204

DABOVICH, Christopher the Elder gentleman Pt Lincoln, died 4/9/1922. Father of Christopher Dabovich the Younger civil servant Mt Lofty. Grandfather of Andrew Dabovich, George Dabovich and Victor Dabovich Memorial 199/486

DABOVICH, Christopher the Elder gentleman Pt Lincoln, died 4/9/1922. He left £100 to each of his grandsons - Andrew, George and Victor Dabovich sons of his son, Andrew Dabovich; and George Dabovich son of his son Christopher Dabovich the Younger civil servant Mt Lofty. £150 to the RC Church in Pt Lincoln. The rest of the estate to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally amongst C Dabovich the Elder's four children. The estate worth £2,400. By 1926, Christopher Dabovich the Younger was a civil servant at Pt Lincoln Application 27488

DABOVICH, Christopher civil servant formerly of Mt Lofty but now of Pt Lincoln 1925 Memorial 98/493

No 1

DACK, Francis Isaac farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 154 County Victoria

DACK, Francis Isaac farmer Booyoolie Co Victoria. Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 508 County Frome

No 1

DACK, Thomas farmer Coolunga {Koolunga??] near Clare 1858 Memorial 70/139

DACK, Thomas farmer near Clare 1870 Memorial 86/249

DACK, Thomas farmer formerly of near Clare 1870 but now of Stanley Flat near Clare 1872 Application 12391

No 1

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

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

No 1

DACOMB, Edmund merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 500/58

DACOMB, Edmund merchant formerly of Cape Town but now of Grenfell St, Adelaide, declared insolvent on 2/4/1855 Memorial 454/89

DACOMB, Edmund merchant formerly of Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope but now of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1854, became a bankrupt on 28/3/1855 Application 14534

DA COSTA, Benjamin Mendes formerly merchant Adelaide but now Esquire 53 Gower St, Bedford Square, Middlesex, owned land in Adelaide, Cowandilla, Pt Elliot, Goolwa, Yatala and Currency Creek and the Hundreds of Adelaide, Pt Adelaide, Yatala, Noarlunga, Pt Gawler and Kuitpo; also Palmerston and Hundred of Goyder in the Northern Territory of SA 1864 Memorial 84/451

DACOUX, Felix farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 414/75

DACRES, David machinist Pt Lincoln and Mary Elizabeth Dacres his wife 1909 Memorial 41/461

No 1

DADDOW, Andrew miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 74 County Daly

DADDOW, Andrew miner Wallaroo Mines. Arthurton (Hundred of Tiparra) township allotment land grant 1879[-1884] Grant Book 14 Page 236 County Daly

No 1 – likely to be the same person

DADDOW, Frederick of Kadina 1887 Memorial 149/386

DADDOW, Frederick farmer Hundred of Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 92 County Daly FIND

DADDOW, Frederick farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 248 County Daly

DADDOW, Frederick farmer Boors Plains near Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1900[-1901] Grant Book 14 Page 249 County Daly

No 1

DADDOW, Henry farmer Boor Plains 1894 Memorial 138/423

DADDOW, Henry farmer Kadina 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 252 County Daly

No 1

DADDOW, Robert Johns minister of the gospel formerly of Parkside but now of Mallala 1898[-1899] Memorial 13/436

DADDOW, RJ Methodist minister Broken Hill NSW 1901 Memorial 165/444

DADDOW, Robert Johns minister of the gospel formerly of Kooringa but now of Broken Hill NSW 1902 Memorial 173/446

DADDOW, Robert Johns minister of the gospel Moonta Mines 1904 Memorial 44/451

DADDOW, Robert Johns minister of the gospel formerly of Woodside but now of Salisbury 1911 Memorial 185/464

DADDOW, Robert John Methodist minister formerly of Mallala but now of Summertown 1913 Memorial 46/469

DADDOW, Robert Johns Methodist minister formerly of Adelaide but now of Unley 1926 Memorial 10/495

DADDOW, William Ewart gardener Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

DADDS, Charles Robert Methodist minister Hamley Bridge 1947 Memorial 146/521

No 1 - probably the same person

DADSWELL, Nicholas shoemaker Adelaide 1844[-1848] Memorial 430/3

DADSWELL, Nicholas Henry bootmaker Adelaide 1846[-1856] Memorial 332/13

DADSWELL, Nicholas Henry formerly bootmaker Adelaide 1854 later gentleman Lower Mitcham 1882 Application 19556

DAEBELER, Carl Friedrich Franz blacksmith Tanunda 1859 Memorial 14/157

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Carl Friedrich Erdmann [should this really be Hermann?] farmer Macclesfield 1856 Memorial 115/101

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Ferdinand August farmer Milang 1910 Memorial 213/462

No 1 - Friedrich Hermann [perhaps Carl Friedrich Hermann]

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Hermann farmer Langhorne Creek 1855[-1861] Memorial 241/80

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Friedrich Hermann farmer Langhorne Creek 1864 Application 5200

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE Hermann farmer Lake Plains 1861[-1874] Memorial 160/186

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Friedrich Hermann farmer Langhorne Creek Hundred of Freeling land grant 1866 Grant Book 58 Page 12 County Sturt

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Hermann of Mulgundawa, leased Section 175 Hundred of Murray [the former Hundred Co Sturt] 245 acres for seven years at £110 a year from 29/10/1875. Land part of the John WYLIE Estate Application 19042

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE Hermann farmer Langhorne Creek 1883 Application 19596

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Hermann farmer near Milang 1884[-1886] Memorial 243/359

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Hermann gentleman Milang, died c1896. Wife mentioned but not named. Children - Gustav Daenke, Carl Daenke, Louis Daenke, Friedrich Wilhelm Daenke mercantle clerk Adelaide, Ferdinand August Daenke farmer Milang, and Caroline Daenke Memorial 66/429

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Hermann gentleman Milang, died 8/7/1896. Children included Ferdinand August Daenke farmer Milang and DAENKE, Friedrich Wilhelm mercantile clerk Adelaide 1898 Application 23617

No 1

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Friedrich Wilhelm clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 9/425

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Friedrich Wilhelm clerk Adelaide linked with Ferdinand August Daenke farmer Milang 1898 Memorial 230/434

No 1

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Louis Leonard of Custon Tatiara 1888 Memorial 47/393

DAENKE/DANKE/DÄNKE, Louis Leonard farmer Custon. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 22 County Buckingham

DAEVES, Adolph carpenter Adelaide (Flinders St) 1850 Memorial 81/23

No 1 - probably the same person

DAFF, William farmer Fifth Creek near Adelaide 1873 Application 12543

DAFF, William labourer Athelstone and Harriett Daff his wife 1890 Application 21862

DAFFEY, Andrew plasterer Adelaide (Gilbert St) husband of Ellen Daffey who died 29/6/1893 intestate. Estate worth £70. A Daffey still at the same address in 1898 Memorial 92/435

DAGLISH, Elizabeth spinster Sydenham 1848 Memorial 381/15

DAGLISH, Isabella of Gawler Park 1850 Memorial 216/20

No 1
DAGLISH, William farmer Payneham 1853 Memorial 249/96

DAGLISH, William farmer [formerly of Payneham but now of] Pine Creek Co Light 1856 Memorial 87/97

DAGLISH, William farmer Humphrey Springs 1859 Application 293

DAGLISH, William farmer Humphrey Springs Hundred of Alma land grant 1859[-1861] Grant Book 26 Page 13 County Gawler

DAHL, Carl farmer Pinnaroo linked with William Henry KRUSE manager Pinnaroo 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 55 County Chandos

DAHL, Eduard Edward miner Hahndorf 1888 Application 21548

No 1

DAHLENBERG, Christianof Adelaide (Pirie St) 1850 Memorial 497/26

DAHLENBURG, Christian bricklayer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 272/51

DAHLENBURG, Christian of Rosenthal 1866 Memorial 92/215

DAHLENBURG, Johann Christian farmer near Tanunda 1854 Memorial 159/69

DAHLENBURG, Johann Christian farmer Rosenthal 1876[-1888] Memorial 30/292, Application 21483

No 1

DAHLENBURG, Heinrich wheelwright Angas Park 1855 Memorial 52/86

DAHLENBURG, Heinrich farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 5/118

DAHLENBURG, Heinrich farmer North Para River 1857 Memorial 350/125

No 1

DAHLENBURG, Heinrich Friedrich Christoph farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 118/69

Farmer near Tanunda 1854 Memorial 159/69

DAHLENBURG, Christoph farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1861 Memorial 282/177

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DAHLENBURG, Heinrich Louis farmer Mambray Creek 1885 Memorial 162/369

DAHLENBURG, Heinrich farmer Mambray Creek 1888 Memorial 74/394

DAHLENBURG, Heinrich Louis farmer Winninowie 1888 Memorial 94/394

DAHLENBURG, Heinrich Louis the Younger farmer Baroota 1891 [-1896] Memorial 61/410

DAHLENBURG, Heinrich Louis farmer Baroota Hundred of Baroota land grant 1901 Grant Book 24 Page 700 County From

DAHLENBURG, Heinrich Louis the Younger farmer Greenock 1901 Memorial 245/441

No 1

DAHLENBURG, Ludwig Christian Friedrich farmer Baroota 1891[-1901] Memorial 60/410

DAHLENBURG, Ludwig Christian Friedrich farmer Pt Germein Hundred of Baroota land grant 1901 Grant Book 24 Page 700 County From

DAHLENBURG, Ludwig Christian Friedrich auctioneer Pt Germein 1917 Memorial 16/476

DAHLITZ, Ludwig Christian labourer Lyndoch 1926 Memorial 39/495

DAIGE, Peter blacksmith Salisbury 1857 Memorial 96/135

DAILEY, Elizabeth S nurse in charge Mt Pleasant 1910 [of a private hospital?] Memorial 69/463

DAILEY, John Corporation officer Adelaide 1892 Memorial 45/413

DAILEY, Leonard Charles clerk 25 Albert St, Goodwood Park 1935 Memorial 28/510

No 1 - probably the same person

DAILEY, Michael labourer Littlehampton 1860 Application 1134

DAILEY, Michael farmer Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 169/228

No 1

DAILEY, Samuel John carpenter and builder linked with Thomas Dailey formerly cabinetmaker but now schoolmaster Clarendon 1867 Memorial 95/226

DAILEY, Samuel John carpenter Coromandel Valley. Clarendon Baptist Chapel trustee 1875 Memorial 91/283

DAILEY, Samuel John of Coromandel Valley 1877. Also SJ Dailey carpenter Clarendon 1877 Applications 16161 & 16162

DAILEY, Samuel John of the Town Hall Adelaide 1886 Memorial 202/416

DAILEY, Samuel John Town Hall porter Adelaide 1891 Son of Thomas Dailey now deceased Application 22005

DAILEY, Samuel John Corporation officer Adelaide, died 26/9/1899. Husband of Mary Ann Dailey. Estate worth £150 Memorial 149/444

No 1

DAILEY, Thomas cabinetmaker Clarendon 1853[-1857] Memorial 180/59

DAILEY, Thomas schoolmaster Eyre Flat 1859 Memorial 156/156

DAILEY, Thomas cabinetmaker Clarendon 1875, father of Jane BATTLEY wife of George Battley sawyer Clarendon Application 14347

No 1

DAILEY, William farmer Williamstown 1861 Memorial 185/173

DAILEY, William farmer Lyndoch Valley 1861 Application 2223

DAILEY, WB mounted constable Innamincka 1897 Memorial 154/433

No 1

DAILY, John Francis lifter Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 214 County Dalhousie

DAILY, John Francis lifter on railways Peterborough, died 13/10/1928. Sole executrix - Susan Daily widow 36 Coke St, Norwood 1937 Grant Book 13 Page 240 County Dalhousie

DAINTRY, AJ clerk to R CRUICKSHANK solicitor Pt Adelaide 1900 Memorial 8/472

DAINTY, Richard baker Mt Barker 1897 Application 23688

DAINTY, Richard William Samuel general dealer Mt Barker 1897 Application 23266

DAIR, Joseph butcher Tea Tree Gully 1877 Memorial 191/301

DAKERS, Peter chemist Adelaide 1871 Application 11828

DAKERS, Philip chemist and druggist Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles Richard DARTON agent Adelaide, and as a substitute, William Martin LETCHFORD agent Adelaide, to manage his SA estate 18/3/1869. 5/9/1879, Dakers now wholesale druggist 2 Gresham Buildings, Basinghall St, London, power of attorney to Theophilus Joh C MANN commercial clerk Adelaide, to manage his SA properties Deposit 3/1871

DAKIN, William Baker tea merchant Adelaide 1885 Memorial 139/366

No 1

DALBRIDGE, James farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1853 Memorial 278/49

DALBRIDGE, James yeoman Allen Creek 1858 Memorial 143/137

DALBRIDGE, James farmer Kapunda 1861 Memorial 216/181

No 1

DALBY, Edwin mariner Pt Broughton 1888 Memorial 164/389

DALBY, Edwin farmer Pt Broughton 1888[-1904] Grant Book 14 Page 268 County Daly

DALBY, Edwin farmer Pt Broughton 1898 Memorial 243/433

DALBY, John storekeeper Kanmantoo, became a bankrupt in 1895 Memorial 237/427

DALE, Allan farmer Kondoparinga 1857 Memorial 104/168

DALE, Arthur Cecil George manager 28 Collins St, Kalgoorlie WA, died 26/1/1908, of pneumonia and 5 days' heart failure, aged 48. Born in England. Parents: Cecil Dale barrister and Harriet Dale. In SA for 20 years. In WA for 5 years. Married at 20 years SA, Maud ROSSER. Children - Isabella aged 22 years, Irene aged 19 years; Reginald aged 17 years; Athelstone aged 14 years Application 26166

DALE, David marine surveyor Woodville 1876 Memorial 128/291

No 1
DALE, George chemist and druggist Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 406/37.

DALE, George chemist Adelaide, died 3/6/1859 delirium tremens, aged 42 Application 12348.

DALE, George chemist and druggist Adelaide, died before 1884. Estate in trust for his widow, Fanny Robinson Dale in trust for life, or until her remarriage, then to his children (unnamed) in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant once they have turned 21 Application 20363

DALE, George the Elder chemist and druggist Adelaide, died 3/6/1859. Executors Robert HALL photographer and William MORGAN grocer both of Adelaide. All property to his wife, Fanny Robinson DALE in trust for life, so long as she remains his widow, then to his living children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant, after they had turned 21. Three children shared in the estate - George DAY the Younger, Fanny DAY, Henry DAY. Fanny DAY married Francis Edward Le COULEUR gentleman 22 Beresford St, Jersey, Channel Islands. Her trustees for her marriage settlement, Richard DAWLINGS Esquire, late of 24 Lombard St, London, but now of Cheltenham, Glos and her husband, power of attorney to John BRAY of King William St, Adelaide, to ensure that she received her share of her father’s estate Enrolment 3/52

No 2

DALE, George storeman Prospect 1913[-1926] Memorial 46/469

DALE, George formerly storeman but now out of business Prospect 1943 Memorial 46/517

No 1

DALE, Henry David master mariner Pt Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 448/66

DALE, Henry David merchant Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 259/85

DALE, Henry David shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 35/98

DALE, Henry David agent Pt Adelaide 1862 Application 3223

DALE, Henry David and Frederick FULLER merchants Pt Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Dale Fuller & Co, became bankrupts in 1865 Memorial 167/267

DALE, Henry David marine surveyor Pt Adelaide Pt Broughton township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 490 County Daly

DALE, Henry David merchant Pt Adelaide Pt Broughton township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 490 County Daly

DALE, Henry David shipping agent Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 201/280

DALE, Henry David merchant Pt Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1875 Memorial 185/280

DALE, Henry David Clerk to the Woodville District Council 1885. He said that Hindmarsh and Woodville became two separate local government districts in 1874 Application 20522

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1;

DALE, Henry David surveyor Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 92/282

DALE, James Dunbar shipping agent Pt Adelaide, a bankrupt in 1877 Memorial 95/298

No 1

DALE, John fisherman Pt Noarlunga 1907 Memorial 192/456

DALE, John fisherman Noarlunga 1908 Memorial 191/459

DALE, John fisherman Pt Noarlunga 1909, aged 42. He was born and had lived his whole life in the region. His father, William Dale fisherman Pt Noarlunga, had died 6/12/1905 Application 25560

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DALE, Matthew Mason mason Norwood 1851[-1855] Memorial 479/30

DALE, Matthew Mason mason [formerly of Norwood but now of] Salisbury 1858 Memorial 272/143

DALE, MM stone mason North Adelaide 1883 Memorial 59/348

DALE, Matthew Mason mason Parkside 1883[-1888] Memorial 206/348

No 1

DALE, Richard Minister of Religion Llwchur near Kooringa 1864 Memorial 50/197

DALE, Richard Minister of Religion Crystal Brook 1868 Memorial 141/232

DALE, Richard farmer Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 75 County Dalhousie

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DALE, William joiner and carpenter North Adelaide 1855 Beverley Primitive Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 131/94

DALE, William carpenter Kooringa 1857[-1859] Memorial 98/126

DALE, William carpenter Redruth 1858[-1860] Memorial 187/139

DALE, William gentleman Redruth 1860 Application 1613

DALE, William carpenter formerly of Redruth 1862 Memorial 147/304

No 1

DALEY, John labourer McLaren Vale 1860 Application 1132

No 2

DALEY, John labourer Willaston 1862 Memorial 198/182

No 1

DALGLEISH, William John gentleman Penola 1871 Memorial 240/252

DALGLEISH, William John schoolmaster Penola 1874 Memorial 85/278

DALGLIESH, Robert farmer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 272/122

DALITZ, Johann August of Robertstown 1884 Memorial 33/363

No 1

DALITZ, Matthias farmer Hundred of English 1883 Memorial 120/349

DALITZ, Matthias farmer Robertstown 1884 Grant Book 17 Page 171 County Eyre

No 1

DALL, George Frederick farmer Blackwood 1897 Application 23387

DALL, George Frederick grazier Blackwood 1902[-1902] Memorial 50/446, Application 24645

DALL, George Hartley watchmaker and jeweller Walkerville 1911 Memorial 89/466

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DALL, John William farmer Clarendon 1877[-1892] Memorial 166/301

DALL, John William farmer Park Farm Clarendon 1878 Application 16574

DALL, John farmer Park Farm Clarendon member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

DALL, John William farmer Clarendon Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 799 County Frome

DALL, John William farmer Nantawarra 1898[-1901] Memorial 52/434

DALL, John William farmer Nantawarra and Frances Mary Dall his wife 1898 Application 23705

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DALL, Joseph of Blackwood 1883 Memorial 242/354

DALL, Joseph farmer Clare 1902 Memorial 146/446

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DALL, Robert wood carter Adelaide 1858 Memorial 159/146

DALL, Robert farmer Franklin Harbour. Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 39 Page 81 County Jervois

DALL, Robert of Cowell 1885 Memorial 127/365

DALL, Robert farmer Franklin Harbour 1889 Memorial 208/400

No 2

DALL, Robert farmer Coromandel Valley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 60 Page 158 County Victoria

DALL, William James farmer Northfield 1924 Memorial 195/490

DALLING, Charles farmer near Stockport 1871[-1877] Memorial 182/271

No 1

DALLING, Charles Edward Norman of Mundoora 1896 Memorial 161/426

DALLING, Charles Edward Norman farmer Mundoora 1900 Memorial 243/439

DALLING, Charles Edward Norman farmer Mundoora 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

DALLING, Jabez farmer Hundred of Palmer 1885 Memorial 86/369

No 1

DALLING, Samuel farmer Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 236/83

DALLING, Samuel farmer Blumberg 1861 Memorial 19/173

DALLING, Samuel and WILLIAMS, William formerly of Gumeracha but now of Mt Gambier 1868 Application 9590

No 1

DALLISON, Ann spinster Portland Ward Pt Adelaide daughter of Thomas Dallison gentleman Portland Ward Pt Adelaide 1888 Memorial 132/391

DALLISON, Annie spinster Wellington St, Portland Estate 1896 Application 23116

DALLISON, Ann spinster Wellington St, Pt Adelaide, died 3/9/1930. Certain personal bequests, then the house and land to be sold - half the proceeds to her nieces Amy and Beatrice Dallison and the other half to the Bible House, Grenfell St, Adelaide. Executors: Robert CLARK out of business Woodville and Jane Lydia PRIOR widow formerly of Brighton now of Edwardstown 1931 Application 27855

DALLISON, Annie spinster Wellington St, Pt Adelaide, died 3/9/1930. Aunt to Jane Lydia PRIOR widow formerly of Brighton but now of Edwardstown Memorial 184/503

DALLISON, Henry carpenter Pt Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 314/57

No 1

DALLISON, Thomas schoolmaster Pt Adelaide linked with William Henry Dallison joiner Lacepede Bay 1888 Memorial 130/391

DALLISON, Thomas schoolmaster McLaren Vale 1885 Application 20509

No 1

DALLISON, William Henry carpenter Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 249/216

DALLISON, William Henry carpenter [formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of] Kingston 1866 Memorial 223/222

DALLISON, William Henry farmer Kingston S-E 1888[-1891] Memorial 31/392

DALLOW, John labourer Reynella 1900 Memorial 148/441

No 1

DALLWITZ, Johann farmer Section 3004 Hundred of Belvidere 1858 Memorial 257/141

DALLWITZ, Johann farmer Ebenezer, died 1864. He left his entire estate to his wife, Maria Dallwitz nee HANSCHKE, absolutely Memorial 2/198

DALLWITZ, John district clerk Angaston 1906 Memorial 18/456

DALLY, Bennett labourer Copperhouse near Redruth 1860[-1866] Memorial 111/162

DALLY, Edwin farmer Pt Broughton 1893 Memorial 124/416

No 1

DALLY, John postmaster Kanmantoo 1865 Memorial 23/210

DALLY, John storekeeper Kanmantoo 1897[-1902] Memorial 107/433

DALLY, John storekeeper Kanmantoo became a bankrupt in 1896 Application 23180

DALLY, Thomas of Rhynie 1876 Memorial 110/314

DALLY, William Henry butcher Bowden, aged 61 in 1924, declared that he had lived in the district for at least 40 years Application 27272

DALRYMPLE, WHE clerk Pt Pirie 1897 Memorial 12/432

DALTON, Alfred farmer Hartley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 3 County Sturt

DALTON, Arthur labourer Langhorne Creek 1887 Memorial 124/386

DALTON, Charles druggist Kensington 1855 Memorial 94/92

No 1

DALTON, Charles Henry chemist Adelaide 1880 Memorial 84/322

DALTON, Charles Henry chemist Kensington 1891 Application 22076

No 1

DALTON, Edward and Thomas farmers Echunga 1855 Memorial 397/83

DALTON, Edward and Thomas farmers Langhorne Creek 1856 Langhorne Creek Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 331/105

DALTON, Edward and Thomas farmers Langhorne Bridge 1856 Memorial 306/112

DALTON, Edward and James farmers Langhorne Creek 1861 Memorial 192/173

DALTON, Edward labourer Meadows 1870 Application 10875

DALTON, Edward Joseph labourer Paradise 1913 Application 26163

DALTON, Elizabeth Willingham spinster Echunga 1852[-1855] Memorial 475/49

No 1

DALTON, Ernest farm manager Nairne 1907 Memorial 224/457

DALTON, Ernest farm manager Nairne 1922 Application 27111

No 1 – the Elder

DALTON, George farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 225 County Grey

DALTON, Ellen married woman Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 204 County Grey

No 2 – the Younger

DALTON, George the Younger labourer Millicent had died by 1899 intestate. Letters of administration to Ellen Dalton widow Millicent [probably mother of G Dalton the Younger] to settle the estate Grant Book 31 Page 207 County Grey

DALTON, George Edwin fruiterer Adelaide 1879 Memorial 2/320

DALTON, Henry of Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 212/19

DALTON, Jabesh labourer Nairne 1884 Application 20179

No 1

DALTON, James farmer Langhorne Creek 1857[-1864] Memorial 263/117, Application 4997

DALTON, James labourer Langhorne Creek, died 16/5/1899 intestate. Husband of Jane Dalton Memorial 157a/438

DALTON, James labourer Langhorne Creek, died 17/5/1899. His widow, Jane Dalton, of Langhorne Creek, died 14/5/1901. Mother of Matilda Dalton. Executors: George Robert CLEGGETT farmer Langhorne Creek and Walter Herbert SLATER storeman Langhorne Creek Memorial 142/443

DALTON, Matilda spinster formerly of Langhorne Creek but now of Renmark 1917 Memorial 46/476

No 2

DALTON, James farmer Cavanagh 1887[-1890] Memorial 18/384

No 1

DALTON, John carpenter Nairne 1855 Memorial 43/209

DALTON, John farmer Nairne 1856 Memorial 422/97

DALTON, John farmer near Nairne 1878 Application 16853

DALTON, John carpenter married Sarah nee ? on 1/5/1829 Burham, Kent, England. John Dalton carpenter near Nairne died 2/9/1873. Five children - Alfred Dalton born 10/4/1845) (iron worker Nairne 1891, John Dalton born 16/4/1854, Jabez Dalton born 14/5/1856, George Dalton born 25/11/1849 died 24/1/1889, Hannah Dalton born 26/8/1848 wife of Henry SHARP (dates appear inconsistent??) Application 22012

DALTON, John carpenter near Nairne, died 2/9/1873. Estate worth £210. His wife Sarah Dalton to have a life interest in trust in his whole estate, which would then be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his sons, Alfred, John the Younger, Jalesh, and George Dalton, and his daughter Hannah Dalton. John Dalton the Elder could not write Application 27111

DALTON, John farmer near Nairne 1878 Application 16853

DALTON, J farmer Coglin PO 1887 Memorial 188/384

DALTON, John F of Clark's Buildings Adelaide 1851 Memorial 250/36

DALTON, John Henry chemist Kensington 1872 Memorial 142/261

DALTON, JT law clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 245/357

DALTON, Michael yeoman Newenham on the Torrens near Adelaide 1869 Memorial 169/268

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DALTON, Samuel police corporal Adelaide 1856[-1862] Memorial 186/104

DALTON, Samuel of Crystal Brook 1885 Memorial 8/373

No 1

DALTON, Thomas sawyer New Tiers 1851 Memorial 9/31

DALTON, Thomas farmer Nairne 1853 Memorial 439/48

DALTON, Thomas contractor Nairne 1877 Memorial 136/299

DALTON, Thomas gardener Nairne, died 2/8/1902. Husband of Betsy Dalton. Father of Jane BATEMAN wife of Joseph Bateman labourer Nairne. Mrs Bateman died 16/4/1916 intestate Memorials 175/446 & 152/474

DALTON, Thomas gardener Nairne, died 16/4/1916 intestate Memorial 152/474

No 2

DALTON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Strathalbyn 1861[-1866] Memorial 201/172

DALTON, Thomas gentleman Langhorne Creek, died 18/10/1892, of cerebral embolism and pneumonia, agd 78 Application 24280

No 3

DALTON, Thomas farmer Balaklava trustee Public Cemetery Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1871 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DALTON, WE accountant Ward St, North Adelaide 1893 Application 24479

DALTON, Walter Edwin agent Adelaide 1905 Application 25029

DALTON, William labourer Nairne and Eliza Dalton his wife 1881 Application 18371

DALWOOD, AB clerk Adelaide 1893 Memorial 144/416

DALWOOD, Caleb farmer near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 366/13

DALWOOD, Frederick William leased a mineral claim in the Hundred of Beltana 1897 Memorial 63/323

No 1

DALWOOD, Hannah widow Goodwood 1852 Memorial 370/45

DALWOOD, Hannah widow Adelaide 1860 Memorial 2/167

No 1

DALWOOD, John labourer Kapunda 1852[-1857] Memorial 178/44

DALWOOD, John carrier Ross Creek near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 267/148

DALWOOD, John farmer Kapunda 1860[-1870] Memorial 134/168

DALWOOD, John farmer Kapunda and Matilda Sophia Dalwood his wife 1878 Application 16595

DALWOOD, Olive Lavinia of North Adelaide 1891 Memorial 229/406

DALWOOD, Tom Caleb agent Adelaide 1881[-1882] Memorial 93/335

DALWOOD, William labourer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 238/103

DALWOOD, William Thorne cart owner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1855[-1862] Memorial 387/87

No 1

DALWOOD, William Trivett gentleman Park Gate Inn Goodwood 1854[-1855] Memorial 364/74

DALWOOD, William Trivett farmer Goodwood 1856 He owned the Park Gate Inn at Goodwood Memorial 150/97

DALWOOD, William [perhaps William Trivett] contractor Mt Barker Road 1857 Memorial 42/123

DALWOOD, William Trivett contractor Lower Leawood Glen Osmond 1862 Memorial 140/182

DALWOOD, William Trivett and VAUTIN, John sheepfarmers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Dalwood & Vautin 1864 Memorial 103/193

DALWOOD, William Trivett sheep farmer Goodwood 1864 Memorial 168/194

DALWOOD, Will T sheep farmer Kappawanta 1865 Memorial 15/205

DALWOOD, William Trivett formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Glenelg 1866 Memorial 21/213

DALWOOD, William Trivett formerly sheep farmer Goodwood but now gentleman Adelaide 1869 Memorial 175/240

DALWOOD, William Trivett contractor Adelaide 1871 Memorial 134/252

DALWOOD, William Trivett gentleman Adelaide 1872 Application 12071

DALWOOD, William Trivett formerly farmer Leawood 1856 but now gentleman Adelaide 1874 Application 13677

DALWOOD, William Trivett gentleman Adelaide 1882 Application 19492

DALWOOD, William Trivett contractor Parkside 1874 Memorial 92/271

DALWOOD, William Trivett gentleman Adelaide 1874[-1881] Memorial 133/275

DALY, Arthur, James and John farmers Monarto linked with Patrick Daly farmer Callington 1912 Memorial 41/467

No 1

DALY, Austin farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 13 Page 162 County Dalhousie

No 2

DALY, Austin the Younger farmer Pekina linked with John Daly farmer Pekina 1894 Memorial 111/420

DALY, Brian Eugene farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1938 Grant Book 13 Page 388 County Dalhousie

No 1

DALY, D Gore private secretary to HE Governor Sir Dominick Daly of SA 1865[-1867] Memorial 277/200

DALY, D Gore private secretary to Francis Gilbert HAMLEY Lieutenant-Col in HM Army the Officer administering HM Government in SA 1871 Memorial 241/251

DALY, Dominick Gore married Louisa YOUNGHUSBAND. DG Daly died 10/12/1871, leaving one surviving child, William Gore Daly, born 28/7/1870, who died 29/10/1893 Paris, France. Louisa Daly remarried to Alfred Simmonds Marshall on 3/8/1874. Louisa Marshall died 12/9/1882 Bonham Cottage, Winchester, Hants, England. She was an aunt to Francis Villiers SANDERSON solicitor Adelaide 1910 Application 25832

No 1

DALY, Dominick Daniel surveyor Narracoorte 1871 Memorial 181/255

DALY, Dominic Daniel agent Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1871 Grant Book 50 Page 99 County Robe

DALY, Henrietta spinster Adelaide, died intestate May 1876. Her brother and sister, David DALY seaman 32 Commercial St, Maxwelltown, Dundee, Scotland and Mary DALY spinster of the same place, appointed Luke Michael Cullen solicitor Waymouth Chambers, Waymouth St, Adelaide, to protect their interests in the finalising of the estate 17/12/1877 Deposit 66/1878

No 1

DALY, James labourer Norwood 1866 Memorial 47/216

DALY, James labourer Kensington 1869 Memorial 141/239

No 2

DALY, James storekeeper Appila Yarrowie 1893 Memorial 76/417

No 3

DALY, James farmer near Greenock 1904 Application 24878

No 1

DALY, James Jeremiah farmer Macclesfield 1929 Memorial 169/501 Farmer Adelaide 1929 Memorial 174/501

DALY, James Jeremiah farmer Macclesfield and Mary Daly his wife 1930 Memorial 191/503

DALY, James Jeremiah farmer Macclesfield and Adelaide 1930 Application 27774

DALY, Jeremiah and Thomas of the Hundred of Bendleby 1885 Memorial 44/373

DALY, Jeremiah Joseph fruiterer New Glenelg 1919, declared that he had lived in the area for 45 years Application 26777

No 1

DALY, Jeremiah Vincent farmer Mintaro. John Daly farmer mentioned 1903 Memorial 228/447

DALY, Jeremiah Vincent farmer Mintaro 1907 Memorial 231/456

No 1

DALY, John miner Kapunda 1864 Memorial 341/198

DALY, John smelter Kapunda 1866 Memorial 2/215

DALY, John miner Kapunda 1866 Application 7200

DALY, John labourer Clare 1869 Application 10167

DALY, John formerly smelter 1867 but now farmer Kapunda 1871 Application 11223

DALY, John farmer Bagot Well 1874[-1875] Memorial 80/278

DALY, John, Patrick and Thomas farmers near Kapunda 1875 Memorial 209/280

DALY, John farmer [formerly of near Kapunda but now of] Pekina 1876[-1899] Memorial 49/292

DALY, John farmer Pekina linked with Austin Daly farmer Pekina 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 162 County Dalhousie

DALY, John farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1899 Grant Book 13 Page 172 County Dalhousie

No 2

DALY, John storekeeper Southwark and Honora Daly his wife 1891 Memorial 206/411

DALY, Honora widow Southwark 1896[-1916] Memorial 174/429

DALY, Honora widow formerly of Southwark but now of Thebarton 1897 Application 23294

DALY, John Charles gardener Lyndoch 1935 Memorial 192/508

No 1

DALY, John George gentleman Adelaide 1865 Application 6777

DALY, John George solicitor Adelaide 1865[-1873] Memorial 232/204

No 1

DALY, John J managing law clerk Adelaide 1914 Memorial 94/471

DALY, John Joseph managing clerk with William Joseph DENNY solicitor Unity Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide 1918 Application 26533

DALY, John J clerk to Messrs DENNY & Villeneuve SMITH solicitors Adelaide 1921 Memorial 15/483

DALY, Maria spinster Kanyaka Creek Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 108 County Newcastle

No 1

DALY, Martin farmer Macclesfield 1872 Memorial 72/259

DALY, Martin labourer Macclesfield 1874 Memorial 116/277

DALY, Martin labourer Macclesfield, died c1882. Husband of Honor Daly, who died 6/10/1912. Parents of Margaret JORDAN married woman formerly of Macclesfield but now of Mt Barker Memorial 103/521

No 2

DALY, Martin farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 163 County Dalhousie

DALY, Mary widow Willaston 1886 Application 20929

DALY, Matthew carpenter Willaston 1865[-1887], died 26/3/1887. His widow, Honora Daly, had moved to Kintore St, Thebarton by 1894 Memorial 187/427

No 1

DALY, Michael and Timothy farmers near Kapunda Hundred of Grace land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 39 County Gawler

No 2

DALY, Michael farmer Manoora 1885 Application 20507

No 3

DALY, Michael and Patrick farmers Pekina 1889 Memorial 57/402

DALY, Michael farmer Pekina 1895[-1899] Memorial 212/423

DALY, Michael farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 173 County Dalhousie

No 4

DALY, Michael gardener Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 272 County Daly

No 5

DALY, Michael licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St), died 15/8/1909. Husband of Margaret Jane Daly Memorial 236/461

DALY, Margaret Jane hotelkeeper Adelaide (John Bull Hotel Currie St) 1912 Memorial 223/465

No 6

DALY, Michael labourer Terowie, died 25/1/1907. Executrix – Mary Agnes Daly widow Terowie 1924 Grant Book 40 Page 22 County Kimberley

DALY, Michael Joseph of Hectorville 1897[-1904] Memorial 198/432

DALY, Michael Lawrence Patrick grazier Eurelia 1936 Grant Book 13 Page 313 County Dalhousie

DALY, Michael Patrick farmer Eurelia 1928 Book 13 Page 289 County Dalhousie

DALY, P Superintendent of the House of Correction, Calcutta, India 1856 He owned land near Yankalilla Memorial 268/100

No 1

DALY, Patrick farmer Laura 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 158 County Dalhousie

No 2

DALY, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 162 County Dalhousie

No 3

DALY, Patrick of White Cliffs 1890 Memorial 140/401

DALY, Rose spinster Clare 1898 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

No 1

DALY, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1868 Memorial 48/233

DALY, Thomas farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1872[-1880] Memorial 62/259

DALY, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1883 Memorial 145/348

No 2

DALY, Thomas farmer Monarto 1883 Memorial 77/353

DALY, Thomas farmer Monarto Hundred of Monarto land grant 1901 Grant Book 58 Page 132 County Sturt

No 1

DALY, Timothy labourer Bagot Well purchased land grants in the Hundred of Pekina 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 161 County Dalhousie

DALY, Timothy farmer Pekina 1885[-1890] Memorial 158/372

No 1

DALY, William contractor Williamstown 1876 Memorial 71/315

DALY, William contractor Mt Cuddy near Williamstown died 1/3/1884, with total estate worth £60 left to his wife Margaret Daly absolutely. Mrs Daly could not read or write. She still lived at Williamstown in 1892 Application 22393

DALY, William Gore gentleman Adelaide, died 29/10/1893 Paris, France. Cousin of Francis Villiers SANDERSON solicitor Adelaide and Edith Fergusson MAYNE wife of Edward Mayne gentleman Adelaide. Estate worth £10,506 Memorial 32/489

No 1

DALZELL, Nicholas Alexander gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 29392

DALZELL, Nicholas Alexander Esquire Poonah India Hundred of Stanley land grant 1860 Grant Book 56 Page 171 County Stanley

DALZELL, Nicholas Alexander Esquire Poona India Hundred of Bremer land grant 1861 Grant Book 36 Page 38 County Hindmarsh

DALZELL, Nicholas Alexander Esquire Bombay India 1862 Memorial 315/180

DALZELL, Nicholas Alexander Esquire Poona India Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 334 County Light

DALZELL, Nicholas Alexander Esquire Poona India Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1865 Grant Book 26 Page 236 County Gawler

No 1

DALZIEL, George waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1859 Memorial 328/159

DALZIEL, George labourer Le Fevre Peninsula and Clementina Dalziel his wife 1859 Memorial 231/307

DALZIEL, George labourer Le Fevre Peninsula, died 10/12/1859. His personal estate to his wife, Clementina, absolutely. His real estate in trust for his wife during her widowhood, to maintain their children until they turn 21. She was to be the trustee as long as she did not remarry. Upon her remarriage, the trusteeship and guardianship of the children to pass to Robert REID labourer Le Fevre Peninsula. After the wife’s death or remarriage, the real estate to be sold when all the children had turned 21, and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst them Enrolment 90/52

DALZIEL, George had died by 1878. His family included; Clementina Daziel his wife of Le Fevre Peninsula, Henry Dalziel engineer and boiler maker Le Fevre Peninsula, Georgina PARSONS wife of William Henry Parsons of Le Fevre Peninsula, Catherine Dalziel spinster Le Fevre Peninsula, George Dalziel blacksmith Le Fevre Peninsula, and John James Dalziel shoemaker Le Fevre Peninsula Memorial 40/308

DALZIEL, Clementina widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 19147

DALZIEL, George waterman and shoemaker Le Fevre Peninsula, died 10/12/1859. His widow, Clementina Dalziel, died 26/2/1901 Brompton Park, of pneumonia, aged 79. Of the 5 children of the marriage, Georgina Dalziel marred William Flann PARSONS hotelkeeper who died some 10 years before she did. Georgina PARSONS died childless on 8/11/1901 Brompton Park, of influenza, bronchitis and heart failure, aged 52. Surviving children in 1910, included Henry Dalziel boiler inspector Exeter, George Dalziel boilermaker Exeter; Catherine INKSTER married woman Rosewater; and John James Dalziel labourer Prospect Application 25765

DALZIEL, Henry of Semaphore Rd, Exeter, Le Fevre Peninsula 1888 Memorial 204/389

No 1

DALZIEL, Samuel of SA purchased land at Currency Creek 1856 Memorial 72/109

DALZIEL, Samuel of Currency Creek 1868 Memorial 56/228

DAMCKE, Carl Friedrich Erdmann farmer Blackwood near Macclesfield, died 3/8/1891. Husband of Anna Dorothea Damcke nee SCHMIDT Memorials 211 & 212/410

No 1

DAMSCHKE, George farmer Neukirch near Stockwell 1867 Memorial 125/220

DAMSCHKE, Anna Elisabeth nee Lehmann of Robertstown sister of the late Gottlieb LEHMANN mason Laesgen/Oder in Germany. Aunt of W Lehmann farmer Robertstown 1893 Memorial 98/416

No 1

DANCE, John of Goolwa 1856 Memorial 254/105

DANCE, John blacksmith Goolwa 1871 Application 11377

DANCER, James Carr farmer Section 477 near Walkerville linked with Sarah Dancer spinster near Walkerville 1852 Memorial 491/39.

No 1

DANCKER, Heinrich labourer Macclesfield 1851 Memorial 259/29

DANCKER, Heinrich formerly labourer 1851 but now storekeeper Macclesfield 1863 Application 4356

DANCKER, Heinrich storekeeper Macclesfield 1862, bought Allotement 135 in Callington as an investment for immediate resale. The Britannia Mining Co trustees reserved to themselves their heirs and assigns 'all coals and seams of coal mines, minerals and quarries of stones and to work and dig for them, to fell and dispose of whatever may be found there with free liberty of ingress, egress and regresss for the said trustees, their heirs and assigns, agents, servants and workmen and full liberty to erect steam and other engines and to sink pits and to make waggon ways and to use all other inventions fof what kind or nature soever for the draining, working, leading, carrying away, felling and disposing of the same …' Application 2928

DANE, Frank laundry man Adelaide 1891 Application 22142

No 1

DANE, George Edwin teacher Kooringa 1925 Memorial 80/494

DANE, George Edwin music teacher Kooringa 1920 Application 26930

DANES, Thomas waterman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 63/60

No 1

DANGERFIELD, Henry farmer Hundred of Ninnes 1885 Memorial 20/367

DANGERFIELD, Henry farmer Ninnes 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 295 County Daly

DANGERFIELD, Joseph farmer Hundred of Ninnes 1885 Memorial 14/367

DANIEL, Admingeder ?? labourer North-West Bend 1878 Memorial 195/308

DANIEL, Benjamin blacksmith Mt Barker 1857[-1873]. Linked with Richard Daniel machinist Mt Barker and William Sorrell Daniel machinist Mt Barker Application 16163

No 1

DANIEL, Bernard clerk Mt Gambier 1885 Memorial 72/367

DANIEL, Bernard J clerk Mt Gambier 1886[-1890] Memorial 21/377

DANIEL, Bernard J clerk to Fred H Daniel solicitor Mt Gambier 1890 Memorial 169/404

DANIEL, BJ law clerk Mt Gambier 1900 Memorial 233/439

DANIEL, BJ of Mt Gambier 1902 Memorial 30/446

DANIEL, Charles and Thomas miners Kapunda 1863 Memorial 137/187

DANIEL, Charles Henry farmer Inkerman 1877 Application 16423

DANIEL, D of 20 Waymouth St, Adelaide 1894 Memorial 199/420

DANIEL , Dick Harrison blacksmith Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

DANIEL, Fanny of Westward Ho 1888 Memorial 102/392

DANIEL , Frank Stanley blacksmith Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

No 1

DANIEL, Frederick H articled clerk Mt Gambier 1878[-1882] Memorial 221/307

DANIEL, Frederick H clerk to F DAVISON solicitor Mt Gambier 1879[-1882] Memorial 11/316

DANIEL, Fred H solicitor Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 28/392

DANIEL, Fred Henry solicitor Mt Gambier 1916 Memorial 128/474

No 1

DANIEL, George Paige farmer The Hummocks 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 322 County Daly

DANIEL, George farmer Kulpara.Trustee Cemetery and Public School Kulpara 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 323 County Daly

DANIEL, George Paige farmer Kulpara, had died by 1904. Mary Daniel widow Kulpara inherited his entire estate Grant Book 14 Page 335 County Daly

DANIEL, Horace Henry of Kulpara 1886 Memorial 73/373

No 1

DANIEL, Hubert Clive investor St Kilda Vic 1920 Application 26936

DANIEL, Hubert Clive investor Pt Augusta 1927 Application 27581

No 1

DANIEL, James linen draper Adelaide 1850[-1852]. Enrolment/

No 2

DANIEL, James gentleman Unley 1852[-1853] Memorial 185/41

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DANIEL, James [the Younger] farmer McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 273/68

DANIEL, James [probably the Elder] postmaster Finniss Vale Rapid Bay 1857 Memorial 27/121

DANIEL, James [the Elder] storekeeper Reynella 1858 Memorial 273/145

DANIEL, James the Elder of Reynella linked with James Daniel the Younger of Morphett Vale 1863 Memorial 220/195

DANIEL, James [probably the Elder] storekeeper Morphett Vale 1866 Memorial 293/209

DANIEL, James Minister of the Gospel Morphett Vale, died 24/6/1874. His widow, Margaret Daniel, died 18/7/1885. His surviving children by 1908, included Emma Caldwall Daniel spinster Morphett Vale, Christiana Sarah Daniel formerly Morphett Vale now Unley Park, Louisa Margaret Daniel no description. By 1885, James Clarke Daniel of Glenhope Vic, Josiah Wyke Daniel of Adelaide, Julia Edwards Daniel of Morphett Vale, Mary Anne Walford EVANS of Morphett Vale, Emily Mary Young of Pt Augusta, Elizabeth Rutter FORDER of Redruth, James Clark Daniel, Margaret PRESTON of Glenelg Application 25438

No 4

DANIEL, James farmer near Freeling 1864 Application 5551

No 5

DANIEL, James farmer Kulpara 1895[-1904] Grant Book 14 Page 137 County Daly

No 1

DANIEL, James Henry baker Kent Town Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 95 County Chandos

DANIEL, James Henry farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 98 County Chandos

DANIEL, James Henry farmer Parilla trustee Parilla Institute 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

No 1

DANIEL, James Moore labourer Adelaide 1838. Robert James Daniel 1839 also mentioned but not described Application 11721

DANIEL, James Moore gardener Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 21/58

No 1

DANIEL, John gentleman Gilles St, Adelaide and Elizabeth Daniel his wife 1854[-1861] Memorial 243/66

No 2

DANIEL, John farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1858 Memorial 12/137

DANIEL, John farmer Mudla Wirra 1862 Application 3439

No 3

DANIEL, John wheat merchant Pt Wakefield Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1865 Grant Book 27 Page 143 County Gawler

DANIEL, John wheatbuyer Pt Wakefield 1866 Application 7525

DANIEL, John formerly of Pt Wakefield, declared a bankrupt on 4/7/1867 Memorial 150/226

No 4

DANIEL, John storekeeper Second Valley 1886 Memorial 55/380

DANIEL, John storekeeper formerly of Second Valley but now of Nuriootpa 1905 Application 24905

No 5

DANIEL, John the Younger farmer Kulpara 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 332 County Daly

DANIEL, John farmer Kulpara 1911[-1912] Grant Book 14 Page 338 County Daly

DANIEL, John Herbert carpenter St Peters and Mary Ann Daniel his wife 1926 Memorial 162/495

No 1

DANIEL, Joseph general dealer Moonta 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 56 County Daly

DANIEL, Joseph hawker Moonta 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 77 County Daly

DANIEL, Joseph Reuben labourer Mallala 1872 Application 12108

No 1

DANIEL, Josiah Wyke draper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 272/147

DANIEL, Josiah Wyke storekeeper Mt Pleasant 1860 Memorial 344/162

DANIEL, Josiah Wyke draper Adelaide 1877 Application 16105

DANIEL, Josiah Wyke draper formerly of Adelaide but now of Norwood 1879 Memorial 204/318

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DANIEL, Paul farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 323 County Daly

DANIEL, Paul farmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1871[-1876] Grant Book 14 Page 322 County Daly

DANIEL, Paul farmer Kulpara. Trustee Cemetery and Public School Kulpara 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 323 County Daly

DANIEL, Paul farmer Kulpara 1877 Memorial 89/300

DANIEL, P of Westward Ho Co Burra 1888 Memorial 100/392

DANIEL , Richard blacksmith Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

No 1 – Robert Thomas Burt Daniel

DANIEL, Robert farmer Pt Gawler. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 26 Page 337 County Gawler

DANIEL, Robert Thomas Burt farmer Pt Gawler. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 342 County Gawler

DANIEL, S of Westward Ho Co Burra 1888 Memorial 99/392

No 1

DANIEL, Thomas farmer Pt Gawler. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Pt Gawler 1857 Memorial 217/122

DANIEL, Thomas farmer formerly of Pt Gawler but now of Dublin 1877 Application 16395

No 2

DANIEL, Thomas miner Kapunda 1863 Memorial 137/187

DANIEL, Walter Richard locksmith Milang 1924[-1940] Memorial 40/491

DANIELL, Henry labourer Tea Tree Gully 1861 Memorial 139/179

DANIELL, John commercial traveller Penfield 1860[-1864] Memorial 120/169

No 1

DANIELS, David agent Adelaide 1899 Memorial 214/438

DANIELS, David land agent 97 King William St, Adelaide 1902 Application 24447

DANIELS, E of Aldinga 1866 Memorial 24/211

DANIELS, Frank Atherton bank manager formerly of Coolgardie WA, Adelaide SA and Melbourne Vic, died 7/2/1898. He left his estate to his sister, Fridiswid Charlotte Daniels spinster Liverpool, Lancs, England. She appointed Thomas Berry GALL solicitor Adelaide, to clear up the SA portion of the will 2/9/1898 Deposit 15/1899

DANIELS, Henry and John of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 70/395

No 1

DANIELS, HH of Snowtown 1886 Memorial 43/376

DANIELS, HH [probably Henry Harris] manager ES & A Bank Snowtown 1887 Memorials 36/383, 86/386

DANIELS, Horace Henry of Kulpara 1883 Memorial 168/353

No 1

DANIELS, James Lawrence railway ganger Milang 1887 Memorial 217/387

DANIELS, James Lawrence railway employee Milang, died 24/4/1922. Husband of Jane Daniels. 7 children mentioned but not named. Executors; William Thomas Daniels labourer Milang and Henry Ephraim Daniels labourer formerly of Milang but now of Kensington Memorial 154/485

DANIELS, James Lawrence butter manufacturer Milang 1926 Memorial 85/494

DANIELS, James Lawrence formerly railway employe but then out of business, died 24/4/1922. His executors, William Thomas Daniels labourer Milang and Henry Ephraim Daniels labourer Newstead as of 1943 Memorial 6/517

No 1

DANIELS, J clerk to E SOLOMON & Co of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 325/18

No 1

DANIELS, John auctioneer Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 182/101

DANIELS, John merchant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 64/108

DANIELS, John merchant late of Adelaide, now of Melbourne Vic 1860. Enrolment 90/42

DANIELS, John auctioneer formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1861 Memorial 176/177

DANIELS, John merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1861 Memorial 44/199

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DANIELS, John gentleman Adelaide 1870 Application 10884

DANIELS, Malachi Deeble dairy farmer Morgan 1886 Memorial 215/376

DANIELS, Robert farmer Morphett Vale 1855 He leased pt Section 610 Survey B 'except all that piece of land containing 10 acres … on which the cricket ground, the site of the Roman Catholic chapel, HOSKIN's shop and YOUNG's store are situated' from Alexander ANDERSON gentleman Morphett Vale Memorial 138/88

DANIELS, Samuel farmer near Clare 1860 Application 1180

No 1

DANIELS, Thomas yeoman Hindmarsh 1840 Memorial 112/233

DANIELS, Thomas yeoman Hindmarsh 1861 Application 2133

No 2 - Thomas Grose Daniels

DANIELS, Thomas miner North Kapunda 1851 Memorial 450/29

DANIELS, Thomas miner Kapunda and Harriet Daniels his wife 1860[-1866] Memorial 148/168

DANIELS, Thomas died 5/9/1869. His widow, Harriet Daniels, died 14/8/1916. Children - Henry Harris Daniels civil servant South Yarra Vic, Edith Louisa COE wife of CA Coe farmer Huddlestone, Harriet Harris Daniels, Emily Daniels and Marian Daniels all spinsters Henley Beach Memorial 199/474

DANIELS, Thomas Grose miner married Harriet HARRIS, in Adelaide, when he was aged 30. He came from St Austell, Cornwall, England. Their eldest child, Harriet Harris Daniels, was born on 2/2/1850 at Kapunda.. TG Daniels and his brother, Charles Daniels, went to the Jinna copper fields in the Wide Bay district in Qld. TG Daniels died 5/9/1869, of 3 months' influenza, aged 52. He had sired a family of 7 children, including 1 daughter and 1 son now dead. His widow, Harriet Bult Daniels, died 14/8/1916 Sea View Rd, Henley Beach, of senile decay, aged 90. She had been born in Truro, Cornwall and came to SA 76 years previously. Complete set of children's birth certificates in this packet. The eldest son, Henry Harris Daniels born 4/8/1851 died 16/7/1852 at Kapunda in an unregistered death Application 26617

No 1

DANIELS, William Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 64/38.

DANIELS, William gentleman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Glenelg 1851[-1854] Memorial 344/34.

No 1

DANIELS, William carpenter Hawthorne. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1899 Grant Book 2 Page 13 County Adelaide

DANIELS, William Thomas butter factory assistant West Milang 1911 Application 25906

DANKEL, Alfred Otto Carl butcher Kensington 1884 Memorial 95/355

No 1 - perhaps the same family

DANN, John policeman Pt Lincoln 1864 Application 5348

DANN, Ann widow Pt Lincoln 1897 Memorial 35/430

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DANN, John lance corporal in the Mounted Police Force Milang 1865[-1873] Memorials 132/236 & 87/264

DANN, John police trooper Milang Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1868 Grant Book 21 Page 64 County Flinders

DANN, John police trooper Milang 1877 Application 16052

DANN, John police constable Milang Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1878 Grant Book 21 Page 45 County Flinders

No 3

DANN, John of Paratoo 1889 Memorial 235/398

No 1 – perhaps the same person

DANN, William farmer Canowie. Hundred of Anne land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 5 County Victoria

DANN, William farmer Woodville North 1908 Application 25424

DANSIE, Ada May married woman formerly of Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) but now of 88 Gilles St, Adelaide 1951 Memorial 105/526

No 1

DANSIE, Charles farmer North Rhine 1855[-1856] Memorial 260/90

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

DANSIE, Charles farmer North Rhine 1860 Application 1907

DANSIE, Charles farmer Keyneton 1862 Application 3230

DANSIE, Charles poundkeeper North Rhine 1864[-1872] Application 5318

DANSIE, Charles farmer North Rhine Hundred of Bagot land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 17 Page 232a County Eyre

DANSIE, Charles farmer Sedan 1884 Memorial 84/365

DANZIE, Frederick Henry labourer Pt Lincoln 1911 Memorial 37/464

DANSIE, George bootmaker Kent Town 1900 Application 23964

No 1 – the Elder

DANSIE, Henry yeoman Angaston 1846 Memorial 178/6 Pound keeper Gawler River 1848[-1849] Memorial 432/12

No 2 – the Younger

DANSIE, Henry the Younger labourer Whites Forest near Laura Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 503 County Frome

DANVERS, Gertrude married woman Pt Adelaide 1922 Memorial 90/486

DANZIE, Henry market gardener Beetaloo. It appeared that he leased part of the Wirrabara Forest Reserve called Spring Vale Gardens 1881 Memorial 239/331

DANZIE, John labourer Pt Lincoln 1911[-1916] Memorial 22/465

DANZIE, William labourer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln, died 12/4/1904 Memorial 68/453

No 1

DANZIG, John Henry Cecil farmer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln, aged 61 in 1928 declared that he had spent all his life in the area Application 27652

DANZIG, John Henry Cecil (commonly called John Danzig) farmer and labourer Little Swamp, died 21/4/1959 Pt Lincoln. He settled on his farm shortly before World War 1, and except for war service, had remained there ever since until his death. John Stewart Danzig radio serviceman Pt Lincoln 1961 was his son Application 29420

No 1

DAPP, Edgar carrier Adelaide 1854 Memorial 295/63

DAPP, Edgar carrier Adelaide 1855. Nehemiah BARNES of Ballarat Vic witnessed his signature Memorial 55/97

DARBON, Charles farmer near Auburn became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 123/224

No 1

DARBON, Charles Henry farmer Upper Wakefield 1867 Memorial 8/221

DARBON, Charles Henry agent Crystal Brook 1907 Memorial 150/457

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DARBON, George gentleman North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 349/120

DARBON, George farmer Auburn 1864 Memorial 312/197

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DARBY, George butcher Hurds Hill, Upper Sturt 1851[-1854] Memorial 419/74

DARBY, George farmer Riverton 1857 Memorial 263/116

DARBY, George farmer Riverton 1866 Application 7273

DARBY, Harry William merchant Fowlers Bay 1897 Memorial 178/432

No 1

DARBY, James John and DARBY, George Leonard merchant’s clerks 9 Birchen Lane, Chapel Square, Manchester, Lancs, entitled to certain lands in SA through the will of their father, John Darby, late of Morphett Vale. Power of attorney to Thomas Darby farmer Morphett Vale, and Edward BAKER gentleman Morphett Vale, to acquire the land and sell it privately, or by auction, on the brothers’ behalf 4/8/1874 Deposit 187/1874

DARBY, JJ [James John] of Eudunda 1888 Memorial 209/389

DARBY, James John bank clerk Kadina 1898 Memorial 179/436

DARBY, James John out of business Hahndorf. Father of Dorothy Josephine BOYER married woman Hahndorf 1938 Memorial 135/512

DARBY, James John fruitgrower Hahndorf 1905 Application 25007

DARBY, Jessie of Morphett Vale 1867 Memorial 218/227

No 1

DARBY, John bricklayer Adelaide 1841[-1844] Memorial 322/102

DARBY, John farmer Morphett Vale 1849[-1852] Memorial 291/20

No 1

DARBY, John farmer Morphett Vale, died 26/2/1853 Darly [perhaps Darby?] Cottage Morphett Vale (property of Edward Baker). His land to go to his brother, Thomas Darby, in trust for the testator's wife Mary Darby and family. Mrs Mary Darby, niece of Edward BAKER Minister of the Gospel Morphett Vale 1880, left SA with her two sons for England on the ship George Channing in 1856-7. She died at Hatherlom nr Stockport, Cheshire, England, in 1861. Mrs Darby had a sister called Emma, and their mother was called Mrs LEONARD. Another sister as well who was not named - all in England. The children of the John Darby marriage were in 1880 - George Leonard Darby umbrella manufacturer Manchester, Lancs, England, James John Darby bank manager Eudunda, and Elizabeth Darby who died as an infant in 1853 at Morphett Vale. John Darby's brother, Thomas Darby, a Morphett Vale farmer in 1853, had moved to a farm at Minlacowie by 1880 Application 18004

No 2

DARBY, John civil servant Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20752

No 1- likely to be the same person

DARBY, Joshua butcher Coromandel Valley 1853 Memorial 408/50

DARBY, Joshua farmer Riverton 1857[-1882] Memorial 264/116

DARBY, Joshua farmer Hundred of Gilbert. Trustee Bible Christian Chapel pt Section 461 Hundred of Gilbert 1857 Memorial 262/128

DARBY, Joshua farmer Riverton 1869 Application 10223

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

DARBY, Josiah labourer Happy Valley 1853 Memorial 236/63

DARBY, Josiah labourer Happy Valley 1854 Memorial 168/79

DARBY, Josiah stonemason Wirrabara, had died by 1906. Executors – Frederick William HOLLITT storekeeper Northam WA and Josiah Holllitt farmer Wirrabara Grant Book 24 Page 517 County Frome

No 1

DARBY, Thomas miner Lobethal 1853[-1855] Memorial 148/57

DARBY, Thomas sawyer near Lobethal 1860 Application 1485

No 2

DARBY, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1853[-1865] Memorial 128/57

Trustee District School Morphett Vale 1856 Memorial 199/105

DARBY, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1867. Trustee Baptist Chapel Morphett Vale 1867 Memorial 218/227

DARBY, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale linked with James John Darby and George Leonard Darby merchant's clerks Birchen Lane, off Chapel Square, Manchester, Lancs, England [sons of his late brother John Darby] 1874 Memorial 28/278

No 3

DARBY, Thomas farmer Minlacowie. Trustee unnamed chapel site Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 255 County Fergusson

DARBY, William of Hindley St, Adelaide 1845[-1849] Memorial 124/17

No 1

D’ARCY, John farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 23/30

D'ARCY, John farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 92 County Adelaide

D’ARCY, John formerly farmer Gawler Plains, but now of parts beyond the sea 1851 Memorial 309/33

No 2

D'ARCY, John labourer Adelaide 1894 Memorial 11/423

No 1

D’ARCY, Michael stationer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 405/31

D’ARCY, Michael bookseller Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 491/38.

DARE, Charles William farmer Mt Bryan East. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 100 County Burra

No 1

DARE, John and Robert the Elder farmers Bowden 1848. Robert Dare died 26/8/1854. By 1863, John Dare was a schoolteacher at Sandhurst in Vic Application 4702

DARE, John tanner Bowden 1850. Trustee Tam O’Shanter Belt Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Memorial 220/25

DARE, John and Robert farmers Bowden 1850[-1857] Memorial 107/23

DARE, John farmer Bowden 1853 Memorial 348/46

DARE, John currier Bowden 1853 Memorial 224/57

DARE, John tanner Bowden 1854 Memorial 453/77

DARE, John farmer Bowden 1856 Links with the Rev'd Joseph Dare Wesleyan Minister Adelaide Memorial 131/98

DARE, John farmer formerly of Bowden but now of Kooringa 1857 Memorial 88/121

No 1

DARE, Joseph Wesleyan Methodist Minister Adelaide 1855 Memorial 102/96

DARE, Joseph Wesleyan Minister Geelong Vic 1862 Memorial 167/187

No 1

DARE, Robert the Elder gentleman Bowden linked with John and Robert Dare the Younger tanners Bowden 1853 Memorial 201/48

DARE, Robert the Elder and BENNETT, Jane married 22/8/1820 St John the Evangelist Westminster, Middlesex, England. Eldest son, John Dare, born 1822 Sturminster Newton, Dorset, and baptised Sturminster Newton Wesleyan Chapel. Two other sons appear to be Robert Dare the Younger and Joseph Dare. The Dare family emigrated to SA. Sons John and Robert Dare the Younger were tanners in Bowden by 1839, while Joseph became a Wesleyan Minister in Gawler Place, Adelaide, by 1854, when his father, Robert Dare the Elder, a currier, died 20/8/1854 Bowden, aged 72. Jane Dare still alive when her husband died Application 4702

No 1

DARE, William gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 87/40

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DARE, William sheep farmer Piltimetiappa Station near Burra 1867[-1883] Memorials 237/223 & 35/273

DARE, William the Elder sheepfarmer Piltimetiappa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1877[-1881] Grant Book 9 Page 9 County Burra

DARE, William sheep farmer Piltimetiappa Station near the Eastern Plains of SA 1873 Memorial 170/265

DARE, William stockholder Piltimetiappa 1887 Memorial 139/382

No 3

DARE, William the Younger farmer Piltimetiappa OOH. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1880 Grant Book 8 Page 95 County Burra

DARECOLL, James of the Pamatta PO 1888 Memorial 26/393

DARELY, Alfred James farmer Clare 1910 Memorial 65/464

DAREY, James gentleman Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

DARIS, Charles farmer Islington 1868 Memorial 53/230

DARK, John farmer formerly of Kooringa but now of the hereinafter mentioned Section 1170 Light Special Survey 1853 Memorial 17/50

DARKE, Albert Alan farmer Parilla and Florence Gertrude Darke his wife. Linked with Myrtle Alice FOSTER spinster Adelaide 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 58 County Chandos

No 1 - Humphrey Cheriton

DARKE, Humphrey tailor Marion Road 1868 Memorial 167/231

DARKE, Mary Elizabeth widow Tickera 1886 relict of the late Humphrey Cheriton Darke licensed victualler Wallaroo, who died 13/3/1883 Memorial 133/381

No 1

DARKE, James Bennett tailor North Adelaide 1865 Application 5882

DARKE, James Bennett tailor Little Adelaide 1867[-1884] Memorial 26/221, Application 20310

DARKE, James Bennett tailor formerly of North Adelaide then of Little Adelaide, died 1884. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Martha Darke, during her widowhood, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his unnamed childred Memorial 20/363

DARKIN, William Grummet mariner formerly of Pt Pirie but now of Wiggenhall St Mary the Virgin, Norfolk, England. He sold shares in a ship called the Normanville registered at Pt Adelaide. Probably a son-in-law of his local attorney, Carl BORCHERS blacksmith Hahndorf 1883 Memorial 55/351

No 1

DARKINS, George of Pt Elliot 1883 Memorial 6/355

DARKINS, George farmer near Pt Elliot 1897 Memorial 222/430

DARLEY, Henry labourer Wilpena Out of Hundreds. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Page 4 County Blachford

No 1

DARLEY, John farmer Mt Barker 1853[-1856] Memorial 307/56

DARLEY, John gold digger Nairne 1853[-1856] Memorial 284/57

DARLEY, John farmer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 439/76

DARLEY, John farmer Bugle Ranges 1865 Application 6524

DARLEY, John farmer formerly of Mt Barker 1851 but now of Crystal Brook 1875 Application 14269

DARLEY, John farmer Bugle Ranges Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 228 County Victoria

DARLEY, John farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 235 County Victoria

No 1

DARLING, Charles Alfred farmer Mundoora. Robert Darling mentioned but not described 1889 Memorial 122/400

DARLING, Charles Alfred merchant Thistledene Merton Hall Road, Wimbledon, Surrey, England. Husband of Ethel Maude Darling, daughter of the late Frederick Benjamin CARLIN formerly of SA but now deceased 1909 Memorial 33/462

No 1

DARLING, Florence surveyor Adelaide and Eliza Darling his wife formerly the wife of James LAWRENCE 1858 Memorial 37/133

DARLING, Florence surveyor and hotelkeeper Adelaide 1872 Memorial 38/278

No 1

DARLING, George sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1850[-1875] Memorial 166/26, Application 14086

DARLING, George farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1862[-1873] Grant Book 21 Page 6 County Flinders

DARLING, Henry cab proprietor Medindie 1873[-1877] Memorial 164/265

No 1

DARLING, James JP of Pt Germein 1881 Memorial 80/335

No 2

DARLING, James merchant Adelaide (Carrington St). Robert Darling mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 174/390

No 3

DARLING, James farmer Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1871 Grant Book 21 Page 87 County Flinders

DARLING, James farmer Tumby Bay 1892 Memorial 123/415

No 4

DARLING, James of Wallaroo 1917 Memorial 113/485

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DARLING, John storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1857 Memorial 159/130

DARLING, John storekeeper Millbrook 1866 Memorial 33/211

DARLING, John miller and corn merchant The Sturt near Tapley Hill 1869 Memorial 100/241

DARLING, John grain merchant Adelaide Morgan township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 5 County Eyre

DARLING, John the Younger corn merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for a period, power of attorney to James DARLING gentleman formerly of Pt Pirie, but now of Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 11/4/1882 Deposit 93/1882

DARLING, John commissioner for public works and railways for SA 1885 Memorial 148/370

DARLING, John the Younger merchant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 9/408

DARLING, John grain merchant and miller Norwood trading at Adelaide and elsewhere under the style or firm of John Darling and Son 1911 Memorial 127/464

No 1

DARLING, Robert farmer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 266 County Daly

DARLING, Robert farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1885[-1891] Grant Book 14 Page 266 County Daly

DARLING, Robert farmer Mundoora 1885[-1887] Memorial 51/365

DARLING, Robert wheat buyer Mundoora 1885 Memorial 126/367

DARLING, Robert JP farmer Mundoora 1887 Memorial 100/388

DARLING, Robert gentleman Mundoora linked with John Darling the Elder and Younger merchants Adelaide 1889 Memorial 136/396

DARLING, Robert formerly farmer Mundoora but now gentleman The Semaphore 1891 Memorial 58/409

DARLING, Robert formerly farmer Mundoora 1882, but at present in Geralton WA 1898 Memorials 64 & 65/436

DARLING, Robert formerly farmer Mundoora but now gentleman Geralton WA 1907 Memorial 82/458

DARLING, Robert formerly farmer Mundoora but now gentleman Melbourne Vic 1916 Memorial 198/474

No 1

DARLING, William Ferrier of Tumby Bay Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1881 Grant Book 179 Page 205 County Flinders

DARLING, William Ferrier farmer Yaranyacka farmer Yaranyacka trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1891 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

DARLING, William Ferrier farmer Warratta Vale, had died by 1911 intestate. Letters of administration to Jessie Darling widow Warratta to settle the estate Grant Book 179 Page 213 County Flinders

DARLINGTON, John no description director Yorke Peninsula Mining Co Ltd 1884 Memorial 224/356

DARLINGTON, WR clerk to WSJ MITCHELL solicitor Adelaide 1895 Memorial 9/424

FIND CHECK DARLY

DARLY, R Shannon solicitor Mt Pleasant 1923 Memorial 128/487

No 1

DARMODY, John farmer Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 10/89

DARMODY, John and Michael Peter farmers Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 328/142

DARMODY, John, Michael Peter and William farmers Macclesfield 1868 Memorial 90/235

DARMODY, John farmer formerly of Macclesfield but now of Kadina, brother to Peter and William Darmody farmers Kadina 1861 Memorial 212/179

DARMODY, John farmer Macclesfield 1880 Memorial 32/326

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DARMODY, Michael farmer Echunga 1851[-1853] Memorial 468/33

DARMODY, Michael farmer Green Hills near Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 256/82

DARMODY, Michael the Elder farmer Green Hills near Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 332/85

DARMODY, Michael farmer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 211/113

No 1

DARMODY, Michael Peter farmer Greenhills near Macclesfield 1859 Memorial 74/156

DARMODY, Michael Peter farmer Macclesfield Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 3 County Daly

DARMODY, Michael Peter cattle dealer Kadina 1861 Memorial 316/179

DARMODY, Michael Peter of Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 88 County Daly

DARMODY, Michael Peter farmer Kadina and DARMODY, John overseer Moolooloo, owned land at Macclesfield 1889 Application 21584

DARMODY, Robert farmer Echunga 1851 Memorial 305/33

No 1

DARMODY, William farmer Macclesfield 1859[-1868] Memorial 265/155

DARMODY, William of Moolooloo 1880 Memorial 240/324

DARMODY, William of Parachilna 1889 Memorial 182/400

DARMODY, William licensed victualler Parachilna. Parachilna (Hundred of Nilpena) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 59 Page 27 County Taunton

DARNBROUGH, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1868, died 15/10/1870 Inglewood Vic, unmarried and intestate. His only brother, Jacob Darnbrough gentleman, now of Adelaide, settled his estate in 1873 Memorials 196/250, 17/265

DARRIG, John Robert carrier Hindmarsh 1905 Application 25056

DARSTON, Sidney Bridle licensed victualler Pt Lincoln 1857 Memorial 174/131

No 1

DART, George Robert David farm hand Kingston S-E 1921 Memorial 91/482

DART, George Robert David labourer Kingston S-E 1920[-1929] Memorial 96/515

DART, Isaac John farmer Cooke Plains Hundred of Joyce land grant 1882 Grant Book 51 Page 8 County Robe

No 1

DART, John farmer Kooringa 1849 Memorial 383/18

DART, John Esquire Summerhill Kapunda 1856 Memorial 75/100

DART, John farmer The Light 1856. Hundred of Waterloo land grant Memorial 59/214

DART, John farmer Spring Creek mid-1856 Memorial 63/214

DART, John farmer Spring Creek off the Light River Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 355 County Light

DART, John farmer Spring Creek near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1863[-1878] Application 16883

No 2

DART, John farmer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bright land grant 1878 Grant Book 9 Page 46 County Burra

DART, Robert George David labourer Kingston S-E 1936 Memorial 47/510

DART, Thomas farmer Coomandook., Hundred of Roby land grant 1912 Grant Book 6 Page 23 County Buccleuch

No 1

DART, William of Mannum on the Murray 1869 Memorial 52/242

No 2

DART, William farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1873 Memorial 219/266

No 3

DART, William carpenter Mt Torrens 1880 Application 18057

DART, William 42 widower farmer Salisbury (Father: John Dart) married Sophia DUNN 49 widow Salisbury (Father: William HUXTABLE) on 3/9/1874 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses: WH WALKER blacksmith Pt Adelaide and MM Walker Pt Adelaide. Sophia Dart wife of William Dart gardener Salisbury, died 7/1/1883 Salisbury, of mesentry carcinoma, aged 56 Application 21082

DART, William gardener Salisbury 1909, declared that he had lived in the area for 51 years Application 25657

DARTON, Charles Richard gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the sea for over 12 months 1874 Application 13881.

DARVALL, Alfred gentleman formerly of Angaston but now of Melbourne Vic

linked with WHC Darvall town clerk Beechworth Vic 1868 Memorial 232/234

DARVELL, Charles plumber Adelaide (Wyatt St) 1884 Memorial 120/360

DARWENT, Eliza widow Adelaide 1877 Memorial 59/303

No 1

DARWENT, Issachar shoemaker Cherry Gardens 1865 Memorial 128/205

DARWENT, Issachar bootmaker Coromandel Valley 1869 Application 9924

No 1 – the Elder

DARWENT, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorials 484/18 & 456/34.

DARWENT, Joseph commission agent Adelaide 1857 Memorial 227/122

DARWENT, Joseph agent Adelaide 1858 Memorial 92/144

DARWENT, Joseph merchant and commission agent Adelaide 1860[-1863] Memorial 68/161

DARWENT, Joseph ship owner and general agent Adelaide 1865[-1867] Memorial 178/202, Application 27693

DARWENT, Joseph of Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 30/269

DARWENT, Joseph mercant Adelaide, died 20/10/1872 at home, of alcoholism, aged 48 Application 22086

DARWENT, Joseph formerly merchant Adelaide, but then an insolvent debtor now deceased 1874 Memorial 216/274

No 2 – the Younger

DARWENT, Jos the Younger Inglis Flat Tatiara District 1872 Memorial 5/260

DARWENT, Joseph farmer near Millicent Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 327 County Grey

DARWENT, Joseph farmer Robe Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1883 Grant Book 31 Page 200 County Grey

DARWENT, Winifred Theresa married woman Penola 1889 Memorial 11/398

No 1

DARWIN, Arthur gardener Nangkita Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1899 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

DARWIN, Arthur gardener Finniss Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1906 Grant Book 37 Page 18 County Hindmarsh

DARWIN, Edwin George carpenter North Adelaide (22 Ward St East) a member of the Adelaide Society of the New Church 1888 Memorial 146/394

DARWIN, Elizabeth widow North Adelaide (Melbourne St) 1849[-1859] Memorial 55/18

No 1 - probably the same person

DARWIN, H bank manager Saddleworth 1885 Memorial 186/364

DARWIN, H clerk Yongala [probably to the National Bank of Australasia] 1889 Memorial 150/397

DARWIN, H of Wallaroo 1893 Memorial 34/416

DARWIN, Henry bank manager Wallaroo 1893 Memorial 141/419

DARWIN, Herbert blacksmith Nangkita, had died by 1899 intestate. Letters of administration to William Henry Darwin postmaster St Peters to settle the estate Grant Book 37 Page 15 County Hindmarsh

No 1 – Jessie Elizabeth Darwin

DARWIN, Jessie widow Queens Own Town 1904 Memorial 155/451

DARWIN, Jessie Elizabeth housekeeper Queens Own Town Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1906 Grant Book 37 Page 18 County Hindmarsh

DARWIN, William Henry Prince of Wales Oddfellows Lodge trustee Kapunda 1870 Application 11089

No 1

DASBOROUGH, Charles Bradley master mariner Queenstown 1868 Memorial 105/236

DASBOROUGH, Charles Bradley master mariner Queenstown, power of attorney to Andrew Sinclair NEILL Esquire Pt Adelaide, to complete the sale of his house and lots (35, 36) at Queenstown to Thomas Brushfield SHEPLEY 13/1/1869 Deposit 193/1869

DASBOROUGH, Douglas Denham surveyor 308 Young St, Wayville 1941 Memorial 53/515

No 1

DASHWOOD, CJ of Adelaide (King William St) 1873 Memorial 29/268

DASHWOOD, CJ articled clerk to WH BUNDY solicitor Adelaide 1868[-1872] Memorial 9/231

DASHWOOD, Charles solicitor Adelaide 1874[-1883] Memorial 10/275

DASHWOOD, Charles James solicitor Adelaide 1876[-1889] Memorial 158/287

DASHWOOD, Charles James solicitor Adelaide linked with DC Dashwood farmer Mannum and Francis Robert Dashwood farmer Hundred of Burdett 1887 Memorial 125/384

DASHWOOD, Charles James solicitor Adelaide, of Dashwood & VARLEY, CG solicitors Eagle Chambers, Adelaide 1888 Application 21354

DASHWOOD, Charles James solicitor Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Hawkes Todd CONNOR merchant Adelaide to manage his SA affairs 12/4/1892 Deposit 197/1893

DASHWOOD, Charles James Government Resident Palmerston Northern Territory of SA 1901 Memorial 202/444

DASHWOOD, Charles James crown solicitor Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 102 County Adelaide

DASHWOOD, De Courey sheepfarmer Mannum Co Sturt Hundred of Burdett land grant 1881 Grant Book 54 Page 62c County Russell

No 1

DASHWOOD, George Frederick Esquire Parkhouse near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 358/11 Esquire Kensington 1850 Memorial 47/28 Esquire Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 147/49

DASHWOOD, George Frederick Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 55/73

DASHWOOD, George Frederick Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Samuel DAVENPORT Esquire Beaumont, near Adelaide, and in default, Edward STIRLING Esquire, to manage his SA estates 7/5/1856 Deposit 354/1856

DASHWOOD, George Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1861 Application 2407

DASHWOOD, George Frederick Esquire The Meadows 1879 Memorial 177/320

DASHWOOD, William stationer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1850 Memorial 212/27

DASHWOOD, William Henry surgeon Kooringa 1876[-1877] Memorial 147/291

DASSEL, Otto farmer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 348/5

No 1

DATLEN, Ruth widow formerly of Kilburn but now of Walkerville 1943 Memorial 26/517

DATLEN, Ruth widow 14 Corconda St, Enfield, aged 68 in 1958 Application 29309

DATSON, Albert William formerly farmer Smokey Bay but now labourer Croydon linked with Thomas Henry Datson labourer Kapunda 1928 Memorial 199/498

DATSON, Henry Herbert farmer formerly of Kadina but now of Gawler linked with James Datson mining agent formerly of Kadina but now of Moonta. James Charles Datson mines assistant storkeeper Wallaroo also of this family 1890 Memorials 52 & 53/406

No 1

DATSON, Hugh miner Paringa Mine 1851 Memorial 393/38

DATSON, Hugh gold digger formerly of Ballarat Vic but now of Nairne 1857 Memorial 265/115

DATSON, John George Weymouth farmer Kapunda c1926-c1939 Application 29151

DATSON, Thomas Henry pensioner Kapunda, died 11/9/1953. Uncle of Phyllis Ada MARTIN of Margaret St, Norwood Memorial 165/528

No 1

DATSON, William farmer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 133 County Light

DATSON, William farmer Kapunda 1858 Memorial 168/139

DATSON, William labourer Adelaide and Mary Ann Datson his wife of Kapunda 1870 Memorial 76/244

DATSON, Mary Ann the late. Her family as of 1918 - George Datson farmer Kapunda, Thomas Henry Datson labourer formerly of Kalgoorlie WA but now of Kapunda, and Albert William Datson farmer Smoky Bay Memorial 122/476

DAU, Johann Friedrich Marcus dairyman Adelaide 1862 Application 3765

DAUGHERTY/DOUGHERTY, Edward shoemaker Willaston 1852 Memorial 114/40.

DAUGHERTY, RJ articled law clerk Adelaide 1949 Memorial 120/523

DAUGHTER, CG JP Mt Gambier 1876 Application 24100

DAUGLISH, Henry William wool broker 78 Basinghall St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Arthur HARDY Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA lands and investments 17/1/1865 Deposit 63/1866

No 1

DAVALL, George out of business Sydenham Rd, Norwood 1888 Memorial 17/394

DAVALL, George publican Adelaide (Bijou Hotel formerly known as the Savoy Hotel Rundle St) 1900 Memorial 227/439

DAVENPORT, AV solicitor Adelaide 1931 Memorial 196/522

No 1 – the Elder and the Younger

DAVENPORT, George Francis the Elder surveyor Oxford, England m 30/4/1829 Sculcoates parish church, Yorks, England, to his 1st cousin Eliza DAVENPORT. Their eldest son, George Francis Davenport the Younger born 30/10/1831 Gratfield, Kidlington, Oxon. The Davenports emigrated to SA. GF Davenport the Elder landowner died 8/4/1843 Adelaide, of typhus, aged 37. William HELE carpenter Gilles St, Adelaide, registered the death. Application 3479

DAVENPORT, George Francis Esquire of Macclesfield, died. Husband of Sarah Davenport. Their family as at 1860 - George Henry Davenport [later stock agent Melbourne Vic], Charles James Davenport [later HM 6th Regiment Dragoon Guards surgeon Manchester, Lancs, England] and Emily Jane Davenport [m Robert Ringrose gentleman Swanland, Yorks, England] RPA Search 340

No 1

DAVENPORT, George Henry Esquire Bugle Ranges 1854. Eldest son and heir at law of the late George Francis Davenport Esquire deceased Memorial 230/61

DAVENPORT, George Henry stockholder Adelaide 1859 Application 901

DAVENPORT, George Henry gentleman Adelaide 1859[-1864] Application 21194

DAVENPORT, George Henry gentleman Melbourne Vic, heir at law of his late father, George Francis Davenport 1862 Application 3479

No 1

DAVENPORT, Howard joint stock company manager Adelaide 1893[-1901] Memorial 152/418

DAVENPORT, Howard Manager of The Executor Trustee and Agency Co of SA 12 Waymouth St, Adelaide 1901 Application 24168

DAVENPORT, Howard joint stock company manager Adelaide. Nephew to Sir Samuel Davenport and sole executor of his will 1906 Memorials 227/455 & 73/456

DAVENPORT, Isabel married woman Pt Elliot 1923 Memorial 34/488

DAVENPORT, Margaret widow Greenock Creek 1859 Memorial 84/155

DAVENPORT, Rhoda Grace spinster Magdalen Bridge, Oxon, England, power of attorney to NA KNOX and LW THRUPP gentlemen Adelaide, to manage her estate in SA 25/11/1869 Deposit 195/1878.

No 1

DAVENPORT, Samuel Esquire Adelaide 1857 Member of the Local Board of Advice to the SA Company Memorial 203/128

DAVENPORT, Samuel gentleman Beaumont, died 3/9/1906, of enlarged prostate, and surgical kidneys and uroemia, aged 88 Application 25242

No 1

DAVEY, Alfred James agent Clare 1900 Memorial 192/440

DAVEY, Alfred James auctioneer Clare 1920 Application 26916

DAVEY, Alfred James auctioneer Clare 1925 Memorial 126/493

DAVEY, Arnold Edwin miller Penrice Mills 1878[-1879] Memorial 44/305

No 1

DAVEY, Arthur Albert librarian Kooringa 1915 Memorial 27/473

DAVEY, Arthur Albert Clerk of the Kooringa District Council 1929, born 28/1/1876, had held his job for 18 years and still employed Application 27751

No 1

DAVEY, Benjamin farmer Light Pass near Angaston 1850[-1853] Memorial 330/22

DAVEY, Benjamin miller Lyndoch 1853[-1855] Memorial 407/56

DAVEY, Benjamin miller Daveyston 1856 Memorial 460/96

DAVEY, Benjamin miller formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Daveyston 1859 Memorial 43/157

DAVEY, Benjamin miner Kensington 1854 Memorial 473/66

DAVEY, Benjamin carpenter Norwood 1856[-1857] Memorial 123/105

DAVEY, Benjamin farmer Daveyston 1863 Memorial 79/201

DAVEY, Benjamin formerly miller Greenock but now of Norwood 1864 Memorial 169/200

DAVEY, Benjamin gentleman Norwood. His daughter, Emily Davey, was the wife of George ROENNFELDT. Benjamin Davey Roennfeldt was a grandson 1875 Memorial 209/285

DAVEY, Benjamin James miller Daveyston linked with Edwin Davey miller Penrice 1875 Memorial 208/285

DAVEY, Charles farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1861 Memorial 15/175

DAVEY, CJ of Kalgoorlie WA gave power of attorney to Alex BETHUNE of Gumeracha to attend to his general affairs in SA 1896 Memorial 202/427

DAVEY, Cyrus farmer Orbost Gippsland Vic 1915, possibly from the Davey family of Happy Valley Application 26421

No 1

DAVEY, David miller Edwardstown 1854[-1856] Memorial 393/76

DAVEY, David miller Parkside 1857 Memorial 283/124

DAVEY, E bank manager Brighton 1894 Memorial 211/420

No 1

DAVEY, Edward Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 167/79

No 2

DAVEY, Edward storekeeper Farina Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884[-1890] Grant Book 65 Page 135 County Not named

DAVEY, Edward storekeeper Hergott Springs. Trustee Cemetery Marree Marree (Out of Hundreds) township suburban allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 65 Page 154 County Not named

No 1

DAVEY, Edward James town clerk of Burra from 1888 to date 1923 Application 27152

DAVEY, Edward James Town Clerk Kooringa 1928, declared he had held the post since 1911 Application 27690

DAVEY, Edward James agent Kooringa 1928 Memorial 162/498

DAVEY, EJ town clerk of Burra 1933 Memorial 48/507

DAVEY, Edward James Town Clerk Kooringa 1933, declared that he had lived in Kooringa for 30 years and had worked for the Corporation for 23 years, first as a clerk then as Town Clerk Application 27931

DAVEY, Edward James Town Clerk of the Corporation of Burra, aged 67 in 1937, declared that he had lived his whole life in the town Application 28056

No 1

DAVEY, Edwin miller Penrice 1885 Application 20527

DAVEY, Edwin miller formerly of Penrice but now of Angaston 1889 Memorial 46/397

DAVEY, Edwin miller Adelaide 1894 Memorial 23/421

DAVEY, Edwin miller Adelaide and Phillis Vingoe Davey his wife 1896[-1905] Memorial 213/427

DAVEY, Edwin formerly miller Angaston but now out of business Parkside probably father of Arnold Edwin Davey miller East Adelaide; Thomas Horace Davey miller Parkside; Maurice Charles Davey miller Pyrmont NSW; George Arthur Davey miller Parkside; and Bertram Cohn Davey miller Kew Vic 1911 Memorial 210/465

DAVEY, Edwin miller Adelaide 1911. Angaston Methodist Church trustee Application 26005

DAVEY family 1912 - Bertram John Davey miller Kew Vic, Arnold Edwin Davey miller East Adelaide, Thomas Horace Davey miller Parkside, Maurice Charles Davey miller Pyrmont NSW, and George Arthur Davey miller formerly of Parkside but now of Pyrmont NSW Memorial 169/467

No 2

DAVEY, Edwin farmer Happy Valley 1915 Application 26421

DAVEY, Eliza widow Happy Valley 1915 Application 26421

DAVEY, Elias Reginald clerk Burra 1953, declared that he had been Clerk of the Corporation of Burra since 1945 Application 28995

DAVEY, George farmer Hundred of Light 1861 Perhaps linked with Charles Davey farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa Memorial 15/175

No 1

DAVEY, George Arthur and Maurice Charles Davey both millers Pyrmont NSW linked with Thomas Horace Davey miller Parkside 1918 Memorial 80/477

DAVEY, George Arthur miller Pyrmont near Sydney NSW and DAVEY, Gordon Edwin Macklin miller Adelaide 1924 Application 27267

DAVEY, Harold Samuel Southwell law clerk 65 Rundle St, Kent Town 1925, for the firm of Messrs SYMON, MAYO, MURRAY & CUDMORE solicitors Brookman Buildings, Grenfell St, Adelaide Application 27356

No 1

DAVEY, James blacksmith Gawler 1850[-1859]. Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee. Enrolment 41/8

DAVEY, James blacksmith Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 38 County Adelaide

DAVEY, James blacksmith Gawler 1862 Application 2846

DAVEY, James machinist Bolena near Gawler 1867 Memorial 243/232

DAVEY, James blacksmith Lyndoch Valley Road near Gawler 1868 Memorial 64/228

DAVEY, James storekeeper Gawler 1876 Memorial 60/292

No 2

DAVEY, James blacksmith Kooringa 1851 Memorial 335/33

No 3

DAVEY, James gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 206/30

DAVEY, James oil refiner Adelaide (Waymouth St) and Sarah Ann Davey his wife 1859 Memorial 95/239

No 4

DAVEY, James the Younger farmer Gawler River 1865 Memorial 303/204

DAVEY, James the Younger miller Penrice near Angaston 1865 Memorial 220/207

DAVEY, James farmer Moorooroo 1866 Application 7154

No 5

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

DAVEY, James farmer Hope Vale Troubridge Area Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 19 Page 487 County Fergusson

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

DAVEY, James farmer Troubridge Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 31 County Fergusson

DAVEY, James Frederick gentleman Honiton Yorke Peninsula 1885 Memorial 98/365

No 1

DAVEY, James Moxham butcher Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 499/59

DAVEY, James Moxham farmer Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 Memorial 21/120

DAVEY, James Moxham butcher Le Fevre Peninsula 1861 Application 2124

No 1

DAVEY, John shoemaker Noarlunga 1850[-1859] Memorial 190/22

DAVEY, John farmer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 171/70

DAVEY, John shoemaker lived at Noarlunga in 1850. Father of Fanny MACK. He was probably a relative to Joseph Davey and his brother, Thomas Davey, both of Noarlunga. Thomas Davey died 9/2/1896. Husband of Eliza Jane Davey. Her sister was Elizabeth Jane HUNTER widow Kalgoorlie Rd, Largs Bay 1935 Application 27883

No 2

DAVEY, John assayer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 435/62

DAVEY, John formerly assayer Adelaide but now miner Ballarat Vic 1857 Memorial 222/129

No 3 - likely to be the same person

DAVEY, John and Thomas farmers Little Plains 1849 Memorial 153/18

DAVEY, John and Thomas farmers Light Pass 1855 Memorial 103/82

DAVEY, John farmer Section 34 near Truro 1859 Memorial 3/155

DAVEY, John of the Pine Hut Plains near Truro 1859 linked with Edwin Davey of the Duckponds Memorial 228/163

DAVEY, John storekeeper Truro 1860 Memorial 69/167

DAVEY, John mail driver 1862, linked with DAVEY, Thomas farmer both of Angaston Application 3550

DAVEY, John farmer Angaston Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 79 County Fergusson

DAVEY, John the Younger farmer near Edithburgh 1877, son of the late John Davey the Elder formerly farmer near Angaston. J Davey the Elder had taken out land grants in the Hundred of Moorooroo during 1854 with Thomas Davey who died 15/9/1862. The men both lived at Light Pass when they took out the grants. Application 16166

DAVEY, John sheepfarmer Waltham near Honiton Hundred of Melville land grant 1901 Grant Book 19 Page 88 County Fergusson

No 4 - perhaps the same person

DAVEY, John blacksmith Noarlunga 1857 Memorial 272/121

DAVEY, John blacksmith Riverton 1863[-1869] Memorial 194/189

No 5

DAVEY, John farmer Gumeracha 1859 Memorial 331/156

No 6

DAVEY, John farmer Happy Valley 1861 Application 2730

DAVEY, John shoemaker Happy Valley deceased left land to his son, Thomas Davey carter Happy Valley 1883 Application 19608

No 7

DAVEY, John miller Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 363 County Daly

No 1

DAVEY, John Francis bootmaker Redhill Co Daly. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 224 County Victoria

DAVEY, John Francis, Robert Bishop FARRAR and Abraham Pinsent SCOTT auctioneers Laura trading as Davey, Farrar & Scott 1886 Memorial 54/375

DAVEY, John Francis, Robert Bishop FARRAR, Abraham Pinsent SCOTT stock and station agents Laura, trading as Davey, Farrar & Scott, bankrupt 13/4/1887. Excellent list of assets Enrolment 15/54.

No 1

DAVEY, Joseph Manadue gardener Baroota. Trustee unnamed Church. Hundred of Baroota land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

DAVEY, Joseph Manadue farmer Hundred of Miltalie Co Jervois 1889 Memorial 112/399

DAVEY, Laura Roach spinster Clare 1936 Application 28001

DAVEY, Richard railway employee formerly of Kapunda but now of Roseworthy 1892 Application 22233

DAVEY, Richard Geoffrey labourer Pt Lincoln 1946 Memorial 170/519

No 1

DAVEY, Richard Jenkin labourer North Adelaide 1850[-1859] Memorial 204/24

DAVEY, Richard Jenkin labourer formerly of North Adelaide late of Kooringa, in SA at least from c1850 until his death on 22/3/1884 at Kooringa Application 22965

DAVEY, Samuel blacksmith Hamilton on the Light 1866[-1869] Memorial 195/211

DAVEY, Samuel Joseph bootmaker formerly of Kooringa but now of Broken Hill NSW 1892 Memorial 98/414

DAVEY, Sarah Ann widow formerly of the Lord Raglan Hotel, Waymouth St, Adelaide but then of Hutt St, Adelaide, died c1891 Memorial 171/408

DAVEY, SH/W bank manager Nuriootpa 1890 Memorial 113/403

No 1

DAVEY, Thomas and John farmers Little Plains 1849 (Bought Section 300 Hundred of Moorooroo) Of Light Pass 1854. Enrolment 12/44

DAVEY, Thomas farmer Light Pass 1851[-1854] Memorial 399/35.

DAVEY, Thomas farmer Angaston 1854[-1855] Memorial 14/72

DAVEY, Thomas and James farmers near Angaston 1855 Penrice Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustees Memorial 182/88

DAVEY, Thomas farmer Angaston, died 15/9/1862 asthma, aged 66

No 2

DAVEY, Thomas bootmaker Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly Application 15048

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DAVEY, Thomas Henry farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 482/35.

DAVEY, Thomas Henry New Inn Angaston 1856 Memorial 348/111

DAVEY, Thomas Henry farmer Angaston 1865 Application 6896

DAVEY, Thomas Henry formerly publican 1855 but now farmer Angaston 1867 Application 8262

DAVEY, Thomas H[orace] miller Eudunda 1894[-1895] Memorial 179/423

DAVEY, Thomas Lewis provision merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1892 Memorial 5/414

DAVEY, Thomas Reynolds of East Moonta 1871 Memorial 9/256

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DAVEY, William bricklayer near Willunga and Elizabeth Davey his wife [formerly Elizabeth HANCOCK daughter of the late John Hancock formerly of Bowden but now deceased] 1847 Memorial 484/9

DAVEY, William farmer Noarlunga 1849[-1850] Memorial 14/15

DAVEY, William farmer Noarlunga 1853[-1854] Brother to John Davey no description Memorial 227/48

DAVEY, William formerly farmer Noarlunga but now baker Daisy Hill Vic 1859 Memorial 204/158

No 2

DAVEY, WIlliam shoemaker Salisbury 1857 Memorial 347/123

No 3
DAVEY, William clerk Kooringa 1878[-1902] Memorial 217/312

DAVEY, W accountant Kooringa 1901 Memorial 198/442

DAVEY, William clerk Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

No 1

DAVEY, William Jenkin printer Kooringa 1895 Memorial 82/424

DAVEY, William Jenkin newspaper proprietor Kooringa 1912 Memorial 242/466

DAVEY, William Jenkin out of business Henley Beach 1913 Application 26274

DAVID, David labourer Glenelg 1854 Glenelg, Brighton & Adelaide Building Society member Memorial 360/76

No 1

DAVID, David Callel formerly out of business Adelaide but now publican Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden 1924 Memorial 25/492

DAVID, David Callel out of business Adelaide 1926 Application 27452

No 1

DAVID, John refiner Norwood 1849 Memorial 458/16

DAVID, John copper refiner near Hahndorf 1860 Application 1738

DAVID, John smelter Norwood 1863 Memorial 283/189

DAVID, John smelter Alberton 1864 Application 4978

DAVID, John smelter late of Alberton 1865 Application 6290

DAVID, John copper refiner Queensland and Janet David his wife 1866. This family had links with Pt Adelaide Application 7181

DAVID, John smelter Yatala township 1874 Memorial 45/274

DAVID, Janet widow Yatala 1878 Application 16725

No 2

DAVID, John labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 20/70

DAVIDGE, Gerald and James storekeepers Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 67 County Carnarvon

No 1

DAVIDS, Julius cooper Lobethal 1870 Memorial 3/246

DAVIDS, Julius Christian Friedrich cooper formerly of Lobethal 1869 but now of Adelaide 1873 Application 12751

DAVIDS, Julius Christian Friedrich cooper Adelaide 1874 Application 13728

DAVIDSON, Albert Weir farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1890 Memorial 240/407

DAVIDSON, Arthur farmer Angas Plains 1923 Application 27193

DAVIDSON, August of Bimbowrie 1888 Memorial 80/396

DAVIDSON, CH clerk Adelaide 1920 Memorial 28/481

No 1

DAVIDSON, David sheep farmer Baratta 1866 Memorial 230/215

No 2
DAVIDSON, David of Adelaide Secretary to the Wallaroo Mines 1877 Memorial 208/304

DAVIDSON, David mining secretary Prospect 1883 Memorial 95/354

DAVIDSON, David accountant Adelaide 1896 Application 27753

DAVIDSON, David accountant Adelaide 1898 Memorial 239/433

DAVIDSON, David genteman Prospect 1915 Application 26429

No 3

DAVIDSON, David farmer O'Halloran Hill 1909 Application 25665

No 1

DAVIDSON, FG undertaker's clerk Gurney Rd, Rose Park 1911[-1913] Applications 27356, 27905, 29152

DAVIDSON, Francis Gowan clerk Oaklands linked with Thomas David Davidson farmer O'Halloran Hill and Bessie Ellen Davidson of 18 Rue BoissonAde, Paris, France 1921 Memorial 163/494

No 1

DAVIDSON, George and Thomas farmers Little Para 1854 Memorial 108/62

No 2

DAVIDSON, George farmer the Angas 1855 Memorial 29/86

DAVIDSON, George and CARRUTHERS, Richard farmers Milang 1862 Application 3047

DAVIDSON, George farmer Angas Plains 1870[-1904] Memorial 44/249

DAVIDSON, George farmer Belvidere [near Strathalbyn] and Margaret Davidson his wife formerly Margaret MILLER spinster 1883 Memorial 223/348

DAVIDSON, George farmer Angas Plains Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 378 County Daly

DAVIDSON, George farmer Angas Plains Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 234 County Victoria

DAVIDSON, George farmer Wandearah. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1898 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

DAVIDSON, George Miller farmer Crystal Brook 1903 Memorial 94/449

DAVIDSON, Henry George labourer Penola 1923[-1928] Memorial 160/489

No 1

DAVIDSON, James labourer Glenelg 1849 Memorial 217/17

No 2

DAVIDSON, James farmer Angas Plains Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 232 County Victoria

DAVIDSON, James perhaps of Merriton, had died by 1891. Executors – Caroline Davidson widow Merriton and George Davidson of Merriton Grant Book 60 Page 235 County Victoria

No 1

DAVIDSON, John carpenter Penola Co Grey. Hundred of Hynam land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 167 County MacDonnell

DAVIDSON, John carpenter Penola 1894 Application 22709

DAVIDSON, John of Penola 1899 Memorial 158/438

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

DAVIDSON, John farmer Aden Hundred of Monbulla Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1902[-1903] Grant Book 31 Page 67 County Grey

DAVIDSON, John Michael engineer Goolwa 1875 Application 14338

DAVIDSON, John S lighthouse keeper Cape Banks 1914 Memorial 126/471

No 1

DAVIDSON, John Smithson farmer Woodville 1882 Memorial 70/350

DAVIDSON, John Smithson farmer Woodville 1884 Hundred of Yadnarie land grant 1892 Grant Book 39 Page 55 County Jervois

DAVIDSON, Joseph publican Adelaide (Sturt Hotel Grenfell St) 1881 Memorial 201/331

DAVIDSON, Martha spinster Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 10 County Carnarvon

DAVIDSON, Oswald William storeman Gawler 1954 Memorial 37/529

DAVIDSON, Richard James of Wandearah West 1888 Memorial 35/391

No 1

DAVIDSON, Robert Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 320/35.

DAVIDSON, Robert of Van Diemen’s Land 1852 Memorial 86/41.

No 2

DAVIDSON, Robert labourer Norwood 1851 Memorial 243/38.

DAVIDSON, Robert gentleman Norwood 1865 Memorial 232/208

DAVIDSON, Robert storeman Sydenham Rd, Norwood, died 24/10/ 1899. He left real estate in trust to his wife, Jemima Davidson Application 24999

DAVIDSON, Robert storeman Sydenham Rd, Norwood, died c1899. Wife and children mentioned but not named. Executors: James ROFE carrier Pt Adelaide and John WILLIAMS formerly farmer but now Clerk of the Yatala South District Council Enfield Memorial 150/439

No 3

DAVIDSON, Robert farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1882 Memorial 9/343

No 1

DAVIDSON, Roy Laidlaw of Scottsburn Woodside linked with Hugh Lauder Davidson of Adelaide 1929 Memorial 61/501

DAVIDSON, Roy Laidlaw grazier Woodside 1956 Application 29239

No 1

DAVIDSON, Thomas farmer The Hermitage Little Para 1851 Memorial 33/29

DAVIDSON, Thomas and George farmers Little Para 1854 Memorial 108/62

DAVIDSON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Para Wurlie 1886[-1887] Memorial 124/380

DAVIDSON, Thomas farmer Merriton 1893 Memorial 242/419

DAVIDSON, Thomas farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 381 County Daly

No 1

DAVIDSON, Thomas Williams clerk Norwood Co Adelaide. Yarcowie (Hundred of Whyte) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 465 County Victoria

DAVIDSON, Thomas Williams civil service clerk Norwood 1886 Application 21118

No 1
DAVIDSON, William master mariner Woodville 1870 Memorial 4/251

DAVIDSON, William ship owner Woodville and Elizabeth Jane Davidson his wife 1868 Memorial 97/309

DAVIDSON, William shipowner Woodville, died c1877. His wife to receive all consumable personal estate absolutely, and the rest of the personal estate in trust for life. Real estate in trust for life to produce an income for the widow to raise her family and pay her own expenses. Following her death, the trust fund to be divided up amongst his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant Application 23333

No 2 - likely to be the same person

DAVIDSON, William of Cleve in the Hundred of Mann 1885 Memorial 174/370

DAVIDSON, William farmer Franklin Harbour 1886 Memorial 223/375

DAVIDSON, William Edward gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 136 County Dalhousie

DAVIDSON, William Laidlaw bookseller Adelaide (Rundle St) 1891[-1898] Memorial 89/411

DAVIDSONS, Aliser police corps Adelaide 1853 Memorial 6/58

No 1

DAVIE, Andrew distiller Adelaide 1841 Application 17695

DAVIE, Andrew yeoman Brownhill Creek 1848 Memorial 109/11

DAVIE, Andrew farmer Brownhill Creek 1852[-1861] Memorial 325/39.

DAVIE, Andrew gardener Brownhill Creek 1862 Memorial 44/180

DAVIE, Andrew farmer Brownhill Creek 1869 Application 10044

DAVIE, Andrew gentleman Crafers, died 1874. He left his entire estate to his daughter, Margaret MCGREGOR wife of William McGregor gardener Crafers, except for a burial plot in the Mitcham Cemetery to his daughter, Agnes McPherson WRIGHT wife of William Wright gardener Wardlaw Vale, and £5 to his grandson, Andrew Wright Memorial 77/279

No 1

DAVIE, David labourer Glenelg 1854 Memorial 453/75

DAVIE, David yeoman Glenelg 1855 Memorial 486/82

No 1

DAVIE, Robert of Sturt St, Adelaide 1875 Memorial 231/284

No 2

DAVIE, Robert carpenter Norwood 1876[-1877] Memorial 241/288

No 1 - probably the same person

DAVIE, Samuel carrier Adelaide 1856 Memorial 255/148

DAVIE, Samuel clerk to GILES & SMITH merchants Waymouth St, Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorials 348/105 & 243/116

DAVIE, Samuel teacher Stirling East, authorised to use the seal of the Stirling East Bible Christian Church 1884 Application 20371

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DAVIE, Thomas Samuel accountant Adelaide applied for Scrub Lease land 1891 Memorial 16/409

DAVIE, TS of Price 1894 Memorial 161/421

No 1

DAVIES, Aldborough John gentleman Adelaide 1872 Memorial 138/259

DAVIES, Aldborough John articled clerk [probably to Frederick William DAVISON solicitor] Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 129/273

DAVIES, Aldborough J articled clerk Narracoorte 1875[-1877] Memorial 19/284

DAVIES, Alddborough J solicitor Narracoorte 1881[-1884] Memorial 189/336

DAVIES, AJ solicitor Mt Gambier 1883 Application 19921

No 1

DAVIES, Aldborough Richardson of Le Fevre Peninsula 1859 Application 504

DAVIES, Aldborough Richardson of HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1858. He died at sea aboard the steamer Admella on 12/8/1859 intestate, leaving Aldborough John Davies, his only son and heir at law, to settle the estate Memorial 341/137

DAVIES, Alma Ethel married woman Goolwa, aged 63 in 1959, declared that she had lived in Goolwa all her life Application 29333

No 1

DAVIES, Auguste clerk to Messrs MATTHEWS, COX & WADEY solicitors Adelaide 1872 Memorial 177/257

DAVIES, Auguste solicitor Adelaide linked with Charles Davies surgeon Beaumont 1879 Memorial 206/314

DAVIES, Auguste solicitor Adelaide (Marlborough Chambers, Waymouth St) 1882 Application 19251.

He claimed that Dr MAYO told him that Samuel SMART the solicitor used to record the sales of allotments at Thebarton on a map, which has long since been lost. This was the only complete record of initial sales in the township Application 19251

No 1

DAVIES, Augustus Edward surgeon Clare 1861[-1865] Memorial 69/175

DAVIES, Augustus Edward doctor of medicine formerly of Clare 1865 but now of Adelaide 1870 Application 10733

DAVIES, Augustus Edward surgeon Adelaide 1873 Memorial 204/264

DAVIES, Augustus Edward surgeon Adelaide, likely to be absent from the province now and again, power of attorney to Arthur Young HARVEY gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business 6/11/1873. 4/1/1879 AY Harvey about to depart for New Zealand. Appointed James HARVEY gentleman Adelaide in his place to act for Dr Davies Deposits 137/1874 & 10/1879.

DAVIES, Augustus Edward of parts beyond the seas 1892 Memorial 24/412

No 1

DAVIES, Benjamin labourer Portland Estate 1867 Memorial 223/223

DAVIES, Benjamin labourer Portland Estate , died c1919 intestate Memorial 200/481

No 1

DAVIES, Charles Doctor of Medicine Adelaide 1850 Memorial 6/25

DAVIES, Charles MD Esquire Beaumont 1862 Application 3256

DAVIES, Charles MD of Beaumont linked with Charles Willoughby Davies stockholder Matawarrangala 1882 Memorial 103/341

DAVIES, Charles doctor Adelaide 1883 Application 19728

DAVIES, Charles MD Beaumont, Charles TODD CMG of Adelaide and Charles Willoughby Davies stockholder Moonaree trading as Davies, Todd & Co. Auguste Davies solicitor Adelaide appears to have belonged to this Davies family 1887 Memorial 45/387

No 2

DAVIES, Charles blacksmith Woodville 1850 Memorial 93/26

No 3

DAVIES, Charles farmer Yankalilla 1860 Application 1565

No 1

DAVIES, CG bookkeeper Adelaide 1908 Memorial 24/459

DAVIES, CG accountant Adelaide 1912 Memorial 6/467

DAVIES, Charles Henry farmer Carrieton 1889 Memorial 155/399

No 1

DAVIES, Charles Thomas labourer Penola 1928 Memorial 172/498

DAVIES, Charles Thomas labourer Penola, died 16/12/1932. Husband of Lillias Davies Memorial 130/506

No 1

DAVIES, Charles W stockholder Mattawarrungalla 1872 Memorial 21/258

DAVIES, Charles Willoughby stockholder Mattawarrungalla 1882 Memorial 103/341

DAVIES, Charles Willoughby stockholder Mattawarrungalla and Moonaree; in partnership with Charles TODD Esquire Adelaide, Charles Davies MD of Beaumont and the Hon Henry SCOTT MLC Adelaide as stockholders under the style or firm of Davies, Todd & Co 1887 Memorial 14/389

DAVIES, Claude Eardley farmer Warnertown 1910 Application 25773

No 1

DAVIES, Daniel labourer Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 290/112

DAVIES, Daniel labourer Littlehampton 1858 Memorial 223/144

DAVIES, Daniel yeoman Littlehampton 1866 Memorial 194/217

DAVIES, Daniel labourer [formerly of Littlehampton but now of] Wallaroo 1866 Memorial 87/209

No 2

DAVIES, Daniel farmer Greens Plains West. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 247 County Daly

DAVIES, Daniel farmer near Kadina, died 1898. Husband of Mary Ann Davies Memorial 167/434

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DAVIES, David farmer Dalore, Co Stanley Sections 145, 146 (160 acres) 10/6/1847[-1848] Memorial 28/9.

Possibly related to DAVIES, John Nathan miner Burra Burra Mine 1848 Memorial 342/10

DAVIES, David farmer Penwortham 1849[-1851] Memorial 329/15

DAVIES, David farmer Skillogolee Creek 1848 Memorial 159/13

DAVIES, David farmer Skillogolee Creek 1849 Memorial 199/15

DAVIES, David farmer farmer Skillogolee Creek 1857 Memorial 77/118

DAVIES, David farmer Watervale 1857 Memorial 75/118

No 2

DAVIES, David the Younger formerly of Adelaide, died 22/6/1852 Copiaho, Republic of Chile, leaving his entire SA estate to his parents, David Davies the Elder and Mary Davies his wife, in Ashfield, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, England Memorials 454/56 & 118/303

DAVIES, David the Elder of Merthyr Tydfil, Co Glamorgan, Wales m Mary STEPHENS spinster at St James’s parish church, Bath, Somerset, England 21/1/1800. Family of nine children. Son David DAVIES the Younger born 8/5/1814 at Merthyr. Emigrated October 1850 to SA, where he practised as a doctor. Emigrated again November 1851 to Copiapo, Chili, where he died 22/6/1852. His doctor, WE Grove, wrote to the man’s father, now of Ashfield Cottage, Chepstow, Monmouth, England 31/7/1852 ‘Your son, David Davies, departed this life on the 22nd of June inst the last two months he passed in my house where I had him removed that I might have him better cared for by Mrs Grove than he could have been at his own residence, where he had only a careless servant boy to assist him. During his long suffering from gastric semitent fever which he bore with true Christian fortitude, he always expressed a belief that he would not outlive his infirmity and from the commencement began to prepare himself for that great change which all human beings have called to them, frequently asking me or my brother to read to him various portions of the New Testament that he might have comfort from the words of promise given by the great redeemer of manking; though at times he suffered extremely from the febrile heat which consumed him, he always looked forward to his end with hope and faith … The immediate cause of his illness seems to have been over great exertion in his professional duties, and increased more particularly by the period of the year in which he arrived here being in the warmest months of summer, yet there is no doubt that his mind has been suffering for a long period from a loss which I understood from him that he suffered previous to leaving England in the person of a young lady to whom he had been engaged and who died on the eve of her marriage with him. This has been operating long on his mind and with his bodily infirmity at length destroyed him.

I had everything arranged for his interment in the manner which he requested, and a ring containing the hair of the young lady placed on his hand as requested and finding among his boxes one containing earth brought from her grave, this also was enclosed in the coffin with him. He is buried in the cemetery of this place where a small marble slab will point out his resting place. All the English residents accompanied me to his interment and as the burial service would not be permitted in the Roman Catholic Pantheon, previous to leaving my house with the body, I read the prayers in the room where he died.

Mr Tomlin will forward you his will by this steamer. You will see by it that he has left his gold watch for you and gold ring and his daugereotype likeness to his sister. These, I will forward by the first safe conveyance; also his diplomas and other papers. The money matters Mr Tomlin is now arranging and I hope to be able to forward a draft for next mail of the amount which that gentleman may collect more or less £100. A short while previous to his removal to my house, he was robbed of $1,000 by some person who entered his house while he was out. The title deeds of his lands in Australia I will forward among his papers. Deposit 55/1856

21/10/1851 David DAVIES the Younger made his will at Pt Adelaide, leaving his SA land to his father. JEF CRAWFORD brewer Hindmarsh, Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide were nominated as executors. Buxton Forbes LAURIE chemist Pt Adelaide, witnessed the will. Deposit 188/1860. The parents 28/3/1854 put the land in trust with the executors, for sale. Rents in the meantime to be used to reimburse the executors for their trouble and to meet other expenses. The land was Sections 145, 146 in the Wakefield Special Survey, which David Davies the Younger had mortgaged to the Patent Copper Company Deposit 188/1860

No 3

DAVIES, David of Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 240/101

No 4

DAVIES, David draper Adelaide 1866[-1875] Memorial 236/215

DAVIES, David draper Adelaide 1867 Application 8791

DAVIES, David draper Adelaide 1886 Application 20853

No 5 - perhaps the same person

DAVIES, David limeburner Nailsworth 1875 Application 14682

DAVIES, David limeburner Nailsworth 1876 Memorial 68/291

DAVIES, David gentleman Prospect 1883 Memorial 156/349

DAVIES, David gentleman Prospect, about to leave the province temporarily, power of attorney to Jabez Edwin THOMAS agent Adelaide, to attend to his SA affairs 27/4/1883 Deposit 118/1883.

No 6

DAVIES, David gentleman Kent Town 1882 Memorial 163/342

DAVIES, David gentleman Kent Town 1883 Application 19504

No 7

DAVIES, David gentleman Glenelg. Payneham Cottage Homes trustee 1893 Memorial 45/417

No 8

DAVIES, David of Carrieton 1887 Memorial 129/385

DAVIES, David of Carrieton trading as Davies Bros 1890 Memorial 226/401

DAVIES, David machinist Carrieton 1897 Memorial 23/431

DAVIES, David blacksmith Pt Lincoln 1904 Memorial 61/451

DAVIES, David machinist Pt Lincoln, and Mary Elizabeth Davies his wife 1906 Memorial 108/454

DAVIES, David licensed victualler Pt Lincoln 1911 Application 25977

DAVIES, David hotelkeeper Pt Lincoln and Mary Elizabeth Davies his wife 1919 Memorial 5/478

DAVIES, David formerly machinist Carrieton 1908, but then licensed victualler Pt Lincoln, died 30/7/1919. Husband of Mary Elizabeth Davies. Executors; Henry David Thomas Davies formerly machinist Pt Lincoln 1919 but now licensed victualler Elliston and Thomas William Benjamin Davies farmer Pt Lincoln 1919[-1920]. Estate worth £13,900 Memorial 95/482

No 1

DAVIES, David Mihangel farmer Reeves Plains and Catherine Davies his wife formerly Catherine VERNER widow of the late William Verner formerly farmer Pt Gawler now deceased 1868 Memorial 180/234

DAVIES, David Mihangel farmer Reeves Plains 1870 Memorial 127/251

DAVIES, DW overseer Yednalue Adelaide 1873[-1875] Memorial 137/267

DAVIES, Edmund labourer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 219 County Victoria

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DAVIES, Edward farmer Mintaro 1857 Memorial 215/115

DAVIES, Edward farmer Upper Wakefield 1860 Memorial 16/167

DAVIES, Edward farmer Clare. Hundred of Andrews land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 311 County Stanley

DAVIES, Edward farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1869 Grant Book 60 Page 24 County Victoria

DAVIES, Edward farmer formerly of Upper Wakefield 1860 but now of Booborowie 1871 Application 11481

DAVIES, Edward farmer Booborowie Co Stanley. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1871[-1875] Grant Book 60 Page 27 County Victoria

DAVIES, Edward farmer Booborowie. Hundred of Andrews land grant 1874[-1877] Grant Book 56 Page 311 County Stanley

DAVIES, Edward the Younger farmer Paratoo linked with Maria Jane Davies no description 1887 Memorial 41/384

No 2 FIND - perhaps the same person?

DAVIES, Edward broker Adelaide 1889 Memorial 149/399

DAVIES, Edward architect Adelaide (21 King William St) drew up lease plans of Davenport Chambers pt Town Acre 110 for JW TYLER Esquire 1896 Deposit 53/1896

DAVIES, EE secretary Narracoorte Permanent Building and Investment Society 1889[-1890] Memorial 172/402

No 1

DAVIES, Elias smelter Scott Creek near Nairne 1867 Memorial 162/222

DAVIES, Elias smelter Callington 1878 Application 16869

DAVIES, Elias smelter Dawesley 1880 later smelter Callington 1885. His brother, David Rees Davies worked for WB DAWES from 1862-1874, when he left for Victoria. He died September/October 1879 Application 20799

DAVIES, Elias storekeeper Dawesley 1881[-1888] Memorial 242/333, Application 21108

DAVIES, Elias formerly smelter 1867 but now of unstated occupation Scott Creek Dawesley near Nairne 1892. Father of William Davies storekeeper Dawesley Application 22427

DAVIES, Eliza schoolmistress Bowden, about to leave the province, power of attorney to James SMITH merchant Adelaide, to manage her affairs in ‘the province of South Australia, and in the colonies of NSW and Vic, and in any other British colony or dependency south of the Equator’ 20/4/1874. Deposit 46/1875.

No 1

DAVIES, Elizabeth licensed victualler Lord Exmouth Hotel Montpelier St, Waterville (owned by SYME & SISON brewers Adelaide) 1882 Memorial 250/338

DAVIES, Elizabeth widow Le Fevre Peninsula, died c1887. She willed the Lord Exmouth Hotel to her daughter Mary WOOLDRIDGE wife of William Richard Wooldridge gentleman Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula and the testator's grandchildren Mary Wooldridge, Elizabeth Wooldridge, Rosina Wooldridge, Garbut Thomas Wooldridge and Ernest Alfred Wooldridge. WP Wooldridge law student mentioned but not fully described 1892 Memorials 210 & 218/413

No 1

DAVIES, Evan Owen linked with Section 55 Hundred of Muloowurtie 1884 Memorial 165/363

DAVIES, Evan farmer Urania Maitland trustee school Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

DAVIES, Evan Owen storekeeper Ardrossan about to marry Christina Rebecca HANSON spinster The Semaphore [probably a daughter of the late Lewis Hanson] 1887 Memorial 157/385

DAVIES, Evan Owen storekeeper Ardrossan Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 24 County Fergusson

DAVIES, Evan farmer near Maitland Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 225 County Fergusson

DAVIES, Evan farmer Urania Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 226 County Fergusson

DAVIES, Frederick dairyman Dulwich 1924 Application 27306

No 1

DAVIES, George accountant Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 149/24

 Possibly a family link with Charles Davies doctor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 230/68

DAVIES, George and BRUCE, William gardeners Cox Creek 1860 Application 1027

DAVIES, George accountant Cox Creek 1863 Memorial 136/191

DAVIES, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Augusta 1874 Memorial 198/276

DAVIES, George commission agent Pt Augusta 1875 Memorial 219/287

DAVIES, George agent Pt Augusta, died 15/7/1893. Sole executrix and devisee: Sarah Ann TOTTMAN widow Pt Augusta Memorial 46/420

No 2

DAVIES, George miner North Adelaide Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1883 Grant Book 31 Page 230 County Grey

DAVIES, George Frederick Deakin railway employee Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 85/498

No 1

DAVIES, Henry farmer Clare 1850 Memorial 51/21

No 2

DAVIES, Henry cooper Walkerville 1862[-1879] Memorial 292/184

No 3

DAVIES, Henry railway station master Croydon 1894 Application 22746

DAVIES, Henry stationmaster Croydon 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

DAVIES, Henry David Thomas licensed victualler Pt Lincoln, died 3/7/1927, aged 43. Born at Carrieton. Thomas William Benjamin Davies farmer Pt Lincoln mentioned Memorials 41 & 42/500

DAVIES, Henry John bootmaker Pt Pirie 1891 Application 22106

DAVIES, Hubert Arthur Oliver estate agent Theatre Royal Buildings, Hindley St, Adelaide 1926 Application 27326

DAVIES, Isabel widow 9 Young St, Seacliff, died 29/8/1951 Memorial 30/527

No 1

DAVIES, James limeburner Bertha near Gawler. Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1859 Grant Book 27 Page 265 County Gawler

DAVIES, James limeburner Bertha near Gawler 1859[-1878] Memorial 109/148, Application 16970

DAVIES, James lime burner Bertha 1867 Application 8468

DAVIES, James limeburner Willaston near Gawler 1872[-1882] Memorial 225/260

No 2

DAVIES, James farmer The Sturt Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 338 County Gawler

No 3

DAVIES, James mason Littlehampton. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1885 Application 20405

DAVIES, James gentleman Littlehampton 1910 Littlehampton Methodist Church trustee Application 27864

DAVIES, Job mason Salisbury 1866 Memorial 105/234

DAVIES, Job mason Thebarton 1868 Application 9576

DAVIES, Job mason formerly of Salisbury 1866 but now of Thebarton 1869 Application 10319

No 1

DAVIES, John servant Adelaide 1846 Memorial 287/6

DAVIES, John brewer late of Thebarton, now bound for California 1850 Memorial 421/19

DAVIES, John brewer Thebarton 1852 Memorial 88/42.

DAVIES, John gentleman Thebarton 1853 Memorial 220/61

DAVIES, John of Thebarton and Mary Davies his wife; parents of Sarah Davies spinster Thebarton about to marry Richard BLACKLER licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorials 199/149, 245/226

DAVIES, John gentleman formerly of Thebarton but now of Le Fevre Peninsula 1867 Memorial 245/226

No 2

DAVIES, John labourer Gepp Cross 1857 Memorial 285/115

DAVIES, John A bank manager Pt Augusta 1882 Memorial 72/347

DAVIES, John Charles mechanical engineer and fitter Gawler West 1897 Application 23311

No 1

DAVIES, John Nathan miner Burra Burra 1848 Memorial 342/10

DAVIES, John Nathan farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1856[-1860] Memorial 150/151

DAVIES, Jonathan farmer Watervale 1852[-1855] Memorial 335/41.

No 1

DAVIES, Leama Judah clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 77 County Not named

DAVIES, Leama Judah clerk Adelaide Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 685 County Frome

DAVIES, Leama Judah and Maurice Coleman Davies contractors and merchants Adelaide 1886 Memorial 240/377

DAVIES, Leama Judah contractor Adelaide 1891 Memorial 211/409

DAVIES, Leama Robert pastoralist London, Middlesex, England formerly temporarily of St George's Tce, Perth WA but now temporarily of Adelaide 1913 Memorials 136 & 155/469

DAVIES, LW clerk to Messrs CLARK & ROBINSON sharebrokers Adelaide 1896 Memorial 45/428

DAVIES, Llewellyn Albert chemist Clare 1910 Application 25809

DAVIES, Mary Elizabeth widow Pt Lincoln 1919 Application 26825

No 1

DAVIES, Maurice Coleman agent Adelaide 1875 Memorial 110/280

DAVIES, Maurice Coleman merchant Adelaide 1875[-1876] Memorial 54/281

DAVIES, Maurice Coleman contractor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 56/333

DAVIES, Maurice Coleman merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to Leama Judah DAVIES merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/9/1885 Deposit 202/1885.

DAVIES, Maurice Coleman merchant Adelaide 1888[-1893] Memorial 228/389

DAVIES, Maurice Coleman contractor formerly of SA but now of Sydney NSW 1890 Memorial 216/401

DAVIES, Maurice Coleman gentleman St George's Tce, Perth WA, died 1913. Husband of Sarah Davies. Father of Leama Robert Davies gentleman formerly of St George's Tce but now in parts beyond the seas, and Herbert Davies manager Wellington Mills Memorials 182 & 189/470

No 1

DAVIES, Morris labourer Kapunda 1865 Memorial 219/205

DAVIES, Morris labourer Ballarat Vic owned land in Kapunda 1869 Memorial 10/239

DAVIES, Reece smelter Blinman Mine. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 165 County Taunton

DAVIES, Mr of Norwood 1878 draper's assistant Messrs HODGKISS & Co Rundle St, Adelaide Application 16576

DAVIES, Rhys clerk to Mr PALMER of Kapunda 1865 Memorial 302/208

DAVIES, Richard miner Burra Burra 1848[-1853] Memorial 333/10

No 1

DAVIES, Robert clerk Clare 1874 Memorial 35/272

DAVIES, Robert ESA bank clerk Clare 1876[-1877] Memorial 163/292

DAVIES, Robert bank manager Clare 1888[-1902] Memorial 196/392

DAVIES, R out of business Clare 1910 Memorial 237/463

DAVIES, Robert bank manager formerly of Clare but now of Unley 1912 Memorial 14/466

DAVIES, Robert formerly bank manager Clare 1884 but now retired bank manager Unley 1921 Application 27033

DAVIES, Robert Morse motor mechanic 7 Young St, Seacliff, George Henry DAVIES pensioner Clovelly Ave, Christies Beach; Neville Davies and Austin Davies 1962, were sons of Isabel Davies Young St, New Brighton who died 29/8/1951 Application 29442

No 1

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

DAVIES, Samuel farmer Lameroo trustee Beauville District Hall and School 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 127 County Chandos

DAVIES, Sarah spinster Thebarton 1856 Memorial 138/104

DAVIES, Sidney Eastwood merchant’s clerk, formerly of Broken Hill NSW, but now of Hyde Park SA. His father David DAVIES gentleman, formerlyh of Kent Town, but late of Park St, Hyde Park, died 7/5/1891. He left his considerable property to his daughter, Harriett Alareda HARRIS, wife of Charles Davenport Harris clerk in HM Civil Service Park St, Hyde Park. Much land sold, and more remained to be sold. SE Davies appointed one of the executors of his father’s will. SE Davies about to leave the province; power of attorney to Harry Turpitt Davies ironmonger Hyde Park to act in his place 12/1/1892 Deposit 78/1892.

No 1

DAVIES, Thomas wheelwright Kensington 1853 Memorial 393/58

No 2

DAVIES, Thomas gentleman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 381/52

DAVIES, Thomas laid out Davies Town on Block 39 Pt Section 1107 Hundred of Pt Adelaide [village of Staplehurst], adjacent to Semaphore Road. The sub-division consisted of 27 allotments which completely surrounded Thomas Davies’ commercial Water Works on a Water Reserve. The map is dated 1/12/1853 Memorial 275/196, Applications 18545, 21783

DAVIES, Thomas waterman Pt Adelaide 1853[-1860] Memorial 496/53

DAVIES, Thomas waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1855[-1856] Memorial 496/86

DAVIES, Thomas mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1859 Memorial 149/155

No 3

DAVIES, Thomas plumber Queenstown 1855[-1868] Memorial 128/95, Application 147

DAVIES, Thomas plumber Pt Adelaide 1874[-1875] Memorial 154/271, Application 9874

DAVIES, Thomas plumber Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 414 County Victoria

No 4

DAVIES, Thomas miner Buckland River Vic and his wife Ellen Davies formerly Ellen STAFFORD spinster Balhannah 1863 Memorial 89/191

No 5

DAVIES, Thomas farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa 1877 Memorial 195/298

DAVIES, Thomas formerly farmer Gum Creek near Burra but now chaff cutter Kooringa 1884 Memorial 98/359

DAVIES, Thomas of Aberdeen linked with William Davies farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa 1892 Memorial 103/412

DAVIES, Thomas dealer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1894 Memorial 119/422

DAVIES, Thomas chaffcutter and wheelwright Aberdeen near Kooringa 1904 Memorial 104/450

DAVIES, Thomas labourer Morehead St, Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 2/4/1908 Adelaide. Husband of Ann Rose Davies, who lived in Adelaide by 1909 Memorials 130 & 150/460

No 6 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DAVIES, Thomas timber merchant Wallaroo 1882[-1892] Memorial 36/339

DAVIES, Thomas gentleman Wallaroo 1882 Memorial 36/346

DAVIES, Thomas merchant Wallaroo 1883 Memorial 194/354

DAVIES, Thomas merchant Wallaroo trading as Davies & Co 1888 Memorial 30/394

DAVIES, Thomas landholder Wallaroo 1892 Memorial 207/412

DAVIES, Thomas timber merchant Wallaroo 1892 Memorial 71/413

DAVIES, Thomas the Younger agent Wallaroo 1910 Memorial 143/462

No 7 -perhaps the same person

DAVIES, Thomas JP of Kooringa 1882 Memorial 126/341

DAVIES, Thomas grazier Aberdeen 1894 Memorial 124/423

No 8

DAVIES, Thomas farmer Hundred of Bundey 1889 Memorial 150/400

No 9 -perhaps the same person

DAVIES, Thomas hotelkeeper Carrieton and Bridget Davies his wife 1894 Memorial 61/420

DAVIES, Thomas hotelkeeper North Adelaide 1894 Memorial 174/423

DAVIES, Thomas David farmer Watervale 1867 Memorial 103/224

DAVIES, Thomas P publican Watervale 1874[-1876] Memorial 108/277

DAVIES, Thomas R of Inchiquin Clare 1873 Memorial 77/281

No 1

DAVIES, Thomas William Benjamin farmer Pt Lincoln 1912 Application 26081

DAVIES, Thomas William Benjamin farmer Pt Lincoln 1922[-1924] Memorial 59/490

DAVIES, Thomas William Benjamin farmer Pt Lincoln 1924[-1928] Memorial 59/490

DAVIES, Thomas William Benjamin gentleman Pt Lincoln 1946, declared that he had been born on 17/3/1886 Carrieton and had lived in Pt Lincoln for 40 years He and his brother, Henry David Thomas Davies, were sons of David Davies machinist Pt Lincoln who died 30/7/1919 Application 28431

No 1

DAVIES, Walter brewer Clare 1867 Memorial 174/222

DAVIES, Walter brewer Clare 1869[-1875] Application 9838

No 1

DAVIES, William bricklayer Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 285/25

No 2

DAVIES, William tinman Adelaide (Leigh St) 1853[-1861] Memorial 500/56

No 3

DAVIES, William miner Gum Creek Co Stanley 1862 Memorial 63/183

DAVIES, William farmer Gum Creek Hundred of Hanson land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 277 County Stanley

DAVIES, William farmer Gum Creek 1872 Memorial 74/258

DAVIES, William farmer Gum Creek near Burra Co Stanley 1875[-1878] Memorial 72/297

DAVIES, William farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa Co Stanley 1880 Memorial 216/322

DAVIES, William farmer Gum Creek Hundred of Hanson land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 263 County Stanley

No 4

DAVIES, William farm labourer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1869 Application 10400

No 5

DAVIES, William clerk [probably to Edward AD OPIE land agent Pirie St Adelaide] Adelaide 1878 Memorial 78/348

DAVIES, William clerk Adelaide 1880[-1883] Memorial 152/327

DAVIES, William land agent Adelaide (Austral Chambers, Currie St) 1889 Application 21618.

No 6

DAVIES, William labourer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 102 County Adelaide

DAVIES, William Frederick bank manager Pinnaroo 1919 Memorial 114/479

No 1

DAVIES, William Garbut waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1857[-1867] Memorial 318/123

DAVIES, William Garbut waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1866. Linked with Elizabeth Davies widow of Thomas Davies of Le Fevre Peninsula Application 7211

DAVIES, William Garbut licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 13/302

DAVIES, William Garbut licensed victualler Lord Exmouth Hotel, Waterville, Le Fevre Peninsula, died 1879. He left his entire estate to his mother, Elizabeth Davies widow Le Fevre Peninsula Memorials 84 & 85/317

DAVIES, William Henry house decorator Islington 1918 Memorial 15/477

No 1

DAVIES, William John produce dealer Dawesley 1889 Memorial 125/397

DAVIES, William John bacon curer Dawesley 1898[-1923] Memorial 18/434, Applications 24430, 26474

DAVIES, Phoebe married woman Dawesley 1926 Application 27531

DAVIES, William John bacon curer Dawesley and Phoebe Ann Davies his wife 1935 Application 27971

DAVILL, Frederick Job farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 387 County Dalhousie

DAVILL, Thomas William farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 387 County Dalhousie

No 1

DAVIS, Abraham Hopkins shipping agent Adelaide. Foundation trustee Adelaide Land Company 1838 Application 19557

DAVIS, Abraham Hopkins [Government?] Storekeeper Adelaide 1839 Memorial 63/92

DAVIS, Abraham Hopkins merchant Adelaide 1840, linked with WILLIAMS, William deputy storekeeper Adelaide and NEALE, William Henry auctioneer Adelaide [Were AH Davis and W Williams brothers-in-law?] Application 3428

DAVIS, Abraham Hopkins merchant Adelaide 1842 Memorial 396/1

DAVIS, Abraham Hopkins and WILLIAMS, Harriott merchants Adelaide (Currie St) insolvent in 1842 Memorial 59/90

DAVIS, Abraham Hopkins gentleman Moore Farm The Reedbeds 1844 Memorial 402/3

DAVIS, Abraham Hopkins gentleman The Reedbeds; Trustee Adelaide Land Company 1846 Enrolment 31/7

DAVIS, Abraham Hopkins gentleman and widower Moore Farm near the Reedbeds about to marry Harriott Williams spinster Moore Farm 1848 Memorial 208/11

DAVIS, Abraham Hopkins gentleman Moore Farm near the Reebeds linked with Alfred Davis and Frederick Charles Davis nurserymen Moore Farm 1860 Memorial 89/170

DAVIS, Abraham Hopkins gentleman Moore Farm Section 220 Survey B Reedbeds 1865 Memorial 296/203

DAVIS, AC articled clerk to EJ TUCKER solicitor Strathalbyn 1924 Memorial 1460/490

DAVIS, Alexander Ted and Henry Archibald farmers Riverton 1890 Memorial 115/401

DAVIS, Alfred Wills labourer Nymagee NSW, formerly of Kadina SA. He turned 21 on 11/7/1888, possessed of ‘certain houses and landed properties at Kadina, together with shares in the Moonta Copper Mine. Trustee was Robert Stephen HADDY. Power of attorney to John DAVIS grocer Snowtown, to attend to his SA business affairs 8/8/1888. AW Davis’s sisters, Dora Davis spinster Kadina, and Mary Eliza NANKERVIS, wife of Henry Nankervis of Kadina, also had property and shares at Kadina Deposit 5/1889

DAVIS, Ann widow Cherryville, died 1/8/1940 Kilkenny. Mother of Vera Ellen SPARNON married woman Kilkenny and William George Davis gardener Cherryville Memorial 151/514

DAVIS, Arthur Esquire, formerly of 38 Threadneedle St, London, but later of Deptford and East Farleigh, Kent, England, died 26/3/1851. He had many allotments in Goolwa and rural broadacres in the Currency Creek Special Survey. Left his property to trustees, to sell and create a trust fund to help raise his children until they reached 21. One trustee, the testator's friend Alfred Davis gentleman Deptford, died 2/8/1843, in the lifetime of the testator. Surviving trustee, John ATKINS the Elder gentleman White Hart Court, Lombard St, London, appointed his son, John Atkins the Younger, about to emigrate to SA, as his attorney to administer the estate 1/9/1852. Particularly, debts to collect from William CHANCE gentleman Unley Deposit 274/1858

No 1

DAVIS, Arthur C of Strathalbyn 1884 Memorial 124/358

DAVIS, Arthur C law clerk Strathalbyn 1897 Memorial 43/432

DAVIS, Arthur Michael gentleman Adelaide 1906 Application 25217

No 1

DAVIS, Benjamin of OB Flat near Mt Gambier linked with Walter Davis of Penola 1886 Memorial 158/381

DAVIS, Benjamin farmer OB Flat near Mt Gambier 1897 Memorial 213/431

DAVIS, Benjamin farmer OB Flat near Mt Gambier linked with William Percival Davis farmer Penola 1900 Application 24034

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DAVIS, Charles formerly storekeeper Pt Adelaide but now farmer Islington 1848[-1855] Memorials 288/13; 64/25.

DAVIS, Charles stockowner Islington 1849 Memorial 69/14

DAVIS, Charles farmer Prospect 1858 Memorial 157/153

DAVIS, Charles farmer Islington 1860 Application 1964.

DAVIS, Charles farmer Islington 1864 Memorial 242/196

DAVIS, Charles farmer Islington, became a bankrupt in 1868. Listed amongst his assets were broadacres on the Light River, Lower North Road, Torrens Road, Mitcham, The Hermitage and Prospect; cottages at Islington and 2 shops on North Parade Pt Adelaide Memorial 200/229

DAVIS, Charles the Elder farmer Islington, died 27/7/1872 cirrhosis, aged 57. Father of Charles Davis the Younger farmer Islington Application 12682

DAVIS, Charles farmer Islington 1873 Application 12682.

DAVIS, Charles formerly the Younger farmer Islington 1874 Memorial 149/275, Application 13760

DAVIS, Charles formerly the Younger farmer Islington, became a bankrupt on 31/5/1875 Memorial 13/339

DAVIS, Charles Frederick labourer near Burra 1886 Memorial 90/443

DAVIS, CH clerk Goodwood South 1887 Memorial 149/387

DAVIS, Charles Michael solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1879[-1881] Application 21118

DAVIS, Clara Marianna spinster Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to William Henry BUNDEY gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 8/3/1884 Deposit 226/1884

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DAVIS, Daniel yeoman Brompton 1850 Memorial 441/25

DAVIS, Daniel brickmaker Bowden and Elizabeth Davis his wife 1851 Application 17555

DAVIS, Daniel brickmaker Bowden 1853[-1862] Memorial 116/47, Application 3689

DAVIS, Daniel brickmaker Ninth St, Brompton 1893. He had been living in the neighbourhood since c1848 Application 22540

DAVIS, Daniel gentleman Croydon 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

DAVIS, David of 66 Grote St, Adelaide 1898 Memorial 37/447

No 1

DAVIS, David Harold Paterson contractor and Norman Leslie Paterson Davis nurseryman both of Magill. SM Davis of Magill mentioned but not described 1906 Memorial 71/456

DAVIS, David Harold Paterson contractor and DAVIS, Norman Leslie Paterson nurseryman both of Magill, about to leave the state for a time, power of attorney to Walter Edwin DALTON accountant and Francis George SCAMMELL solicitor both of Adelaide, to administer their SA business affairs 22/1/1903. Revoked 17/8/1910 Deposit 67/1906

DAVIS, Edith M clerk Adelaide [probably to the firm of James BELL & Co] 1915 Memorial 43/473

No 1

DAVIS, Edmund Ebenezer minister of the gospel Mannanarie 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 150 County Dalhousie

DAVIS, Edmund Ebenezer farmer Wandearah West trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

DAVIS, Edmund Ebenezer district council clerk Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 38/466

DAVIS, Edmund Ebenezer mercantile clerk Crystal Brook 1912 Memorial 193/467

DAVIS, Edward builder Adelaide 1855 Memorial 264/84

DAVIS, Edwin John Britton grazier Adelaide 1926 Application 27326

No 1

DAVIS, Eli farmer Macclesfield 1854[-1882] Memorial 225/72

DAVIS, Eli farmer Macclesfield 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

DAVIS, Eli of Macclesfield 1860 Application 1072

DAVIS, Eli farmer near Macclesfield 1878 Application 16962

DAVIS, Eli farmer near Macclesfield Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1899 Grant Book 36 Page 317 County Hindmarsh

DAVIS, Ellen widow Dry Creek 1886 Memorial 236/373

DAVIS, Elsie Jessie spinster Gawler 1919 Application 26806

DAVIS, Frank hotelkeeper Black Lion Inn Hindmarsh and Ellen Davis his wife 1909 Memorial 119/460

No 1

DAVIS, Frederick master mariner Adelaide 1876 Memorial 170/295

DAVIS, Frederick master mariner Magill 1878 Memorial 17/306

DAVIS, Frederick gentleman Magill 1876 Application 15560

DAVIS, Frederick master mariner Magill Road Morgan township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 4 County Eyre

DAVIS, Frederick master mariner Magill Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 651 County Frome

DAVIS, Frederick gentleman Magill 1891 Memorial 218/410

No 2

DAVIS, Frederick home missionary Pt Lincoln trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Louth land grant 1900 Grant Book 21 Page 49 County Flinders

No 3

DAVIS, Frederick of Angle Vale 1920 Memorial 93/515

DAVIS, Frederick Charles and DAVIS, Alfred gardeners Reedbeds 1867. Links with AH Davis Esquire Reedbeds Application 8093

DAVIS, Frederick Edward coachsmith Norwood 1877[-1881] Memorial 134/302, Application 18884

No 1

DAVIS, Frederick John carpenter Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 117/95

DAVIS, Frederick John carpenter Bowden 1857 Memorial 140/126

DAVIS, Frederick John carter Brompton 1868 Memorial 52/229

DAVIS, Frederick John carpenter Hindmarsh 1868 Application 9039

No 1

DAVIS, George sawyer Meadows 1869 Memorial 43/243

DAVIS, George sawyer formerly of Meadows but now of Wallaroo Bay 1873 Memorial 134/268

No 2

DAVIS, George storeman Queenstown 1879 Memorial 49/314

DAVIS, George storeman Queenstown 1879 Application 17287

DAVIS, George Edward the Younger storekeeper Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1910 Application 25810

DAVIS, HA JP chaff merchant Riverton linked with William Benjamin Davis farmer Anama 1912 Memorial 42/466

DAVIS, HC accountant Norwood 1915 Memorial 103/472

DAVIS, Hedley waterworks employee Gawler South 1927 Application 27607

No 1

DAVIS, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 349/19

DAVIS, Henry grocer North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 281/42.

No 2

DAVIS, Henry clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 204/96

No 3

DAVIS, Henry gunmaker Millbrook 1858 Memorial 125/141

No 4

DAVIS, Henry gentleman The Grange 1910 Memorial 228/462

DAVIS, Henry Archibald Badman hay merchant Riverton 1925, father of William Isaac Henry Davis farmer Riverton Application 27397

DAVIS, HS cheesemaker Macclesfield linked with Samuel Davis creamery proprietor Macclesfield 1910 Memorial 103/463

No 1

DAVIS, Henry Thomas draper Adelaide (King William St) 1875 Memorial 247/284

DAVIS, Henry Thomas draper Adelaide, died 23/8/1878. Thomas Robson Davis draper Adelaide a trustee Memorial 187/318

DAVIS, Hubert Frank storeman Pt Augusta, changed his name to Hubert Frank DELAHUNT 1933 Memorial 190/506

DAVIS, Isaac importer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 33/340

No 1

DAVIS, James bricklayer Norwood 1851 Memorial 430/30

DAVIES, James builder formerly of Norwood but now of Collingwood Vic 1855 Memorial 304/81

No 2

DAVIS, James farmer Glenelg 1855 Memorial 340/84

No 3

DAVIS, James mason Littlehampton 1877 Application 16360

No 4

DAVIS, James and William farmers Currency Creek 1883 Memorial 173/354

DAVIS, James Cornelius labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 453/4

DAVIS, James Henry farmer American River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1941 Grant Book 11 Page 20 County Carnarvon

No 1

DAVIS, James William labourer Inman Valley Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 37 Page 336 County Hindmarsh

No 2

DAVIS, James William gardener Cherryville, died 9/6/1902. Husband of Ann Davis. Father of Vera Ellen Davis and William George Davis Memorial 92/446

DAVIS, James William market gardener Cherryville, died 9/6/1902. His widow, Ann Davis, died 1/8/1940. Parents of William George Davis gardener Cherryville and Vera Ellen SPARNON married woman Kilkenny 1945 Memorial 164/518

DAVIS, Job Nash of Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island 1903 Memorial 28/450

No 1

DAVIS, John mattressmaker Adelaide 1848 Memorial 403/12

DAVIS, John upholsterer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 288/47

No 2

DAVIS, John gunsmith Adelaide 1849 Member of the SA Building and Investment Society Memorial 258/18

No 3

DAVIS, John farmer Ashford near Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 212/56

DAVIS, John farmer Peachey Belt 1862 Application 2853

DAVIS, John farmer formerly of Ashford 1853 but now of Peachey Belt 1874 Application 13723

No 4

DAVIS, John carpenter Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 161/61

No 5

DAVIS, John police sergeant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 408/100

No 6

DAVIS, John silversmith Adelaide (Rundle St) 1857[-1858] Memorial 94/128

DAVIS, John goldsmith Adelaide 1865 Memorial 153/202

DAVIS, John watchmaker and gold and silver smith Adelaide, died 10/11/1868 Memorial 16/435

No 7

DAVIS, John and Samuel farmers The Glynde 1857 Memorial 337/128

DAVIS, John farmer Glynde 1872 Application 12351

No 8

DAVIS, John farmer Langhorne Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1859[-1869] Grant Book 58 Page 4 County Sturt

No 9

DAVIS, John labourer Brompton 1867 He bought land near Strathalbyn Application 8277

No 10

DAVIS, John blacksmith Unley 1870 Application 10592

No 11

DAVIS, John labourer Gawler South 1874 Application 13731

No 12

DAVIS, John mariner Pt Adelaide and Mary Davis his wife 1875 Application 14192

No 13 - perhaps the same person

DAVIS, John keeper of HM Gaol Pt Lincoln 1879 Memorial 101/315

DAVIS, J clerk Pt Lincoln 1896 Memorial 173/428

No 14

DAVIS, John storekeeper Snowtown 1893 Application 22489

No 15

DAVIS, John iron worker Houghton 1923, declared that he was 57 years old and had lived at Houghton for 50 years Application 27048

DAVIS, John labourer Houghton 1926, declared that he had been born in Houghton on 12/9/1865 Application 27462

DAVIS, John Bonner of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 132/396

No 1

DAVIS, John Edmund yeoman Clarendon 1850[-1854] Memorial 171/25

DAVIS, John Edmund storekeeper Clarendon 1852[-1868] Memorial 428/96

DAVIS, John Edmund formerly yeoman 1850 but now storekeeper Clarendon 1863 Application 4795

DAVIS, John Lloyd of Clarendon 1855 Memorial 285/131

No 1

DAVIS, John William jeweller Adelaide (32 Rundle St) 1879. A Clock, clock tower and flagstaff were on the roof of these premises. JW Davis, 'his workmen, servants and agents' had the right to use the staircase leading from premises rented to other people on the first floor 'at all reasonable times … for the purpose of attending to and regulating the said clock'. John William PARKIN draper had a shop at No 30 Rundle St next door. Joseph WOODMAN music seller Adelaide (34 Rundle St) rented the room above No 32 in 1879. The Globe Inn was at No 36 Rundle St Memorial 80/320

DAVIS, John William jeweller Adelaide (Rundle St) and Pt Augusta, became insolvent in 1886. He died 18/8/1890 Melbourne Vic. His widow, Catherine Davis, lived in Mosman NSW by 1922 Memorials 150, 153, 154/488

DAVIS, John William jeweller Glenelg and Catherine Davis his wife 1889 Memorial 244/395

No 1

DAVIS, Joseph yeoman Blakiston 1855 Memorial 64/89

DAVIS, Joseph formerly yeoman Blakiston 1855 but now farmer Hay Valley 1866 Application 7728

No 2

DAVIS, Joseph of Mt Gambier 1851 Memorial 165/162

DAVIS, Joseph farmer Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 45/95

DAVIS, Joseph farmer OB Flat 1877 Memorial 34/303

DAVIS, Joseph farmer OB Flat, died 12/6/1879. Husband of Elizabeth Davis. Father of Benjamin and William Percival Davis farmers OB Flat Memorials 84 & 94/318

DAVIS, JR storekeeper Snowtown 1886 Memorial 153/374

No 1

DAVIS, Kenneth James labourer Fenchurch St, Goolwa, aged 48 in 1956 Application 29196

DAVIS, Kenneth James out of business Fenchurch St, Goolwa, aged 60 years in 1968, declared he had lived in Goolwa for 50 years Application 29692

DAVIS, Kenneth Leslie farmer Macclesfield 1956 Application 28803

No 1

DAVIS, LC proclaimed bank manager Riverton 1948 Memorial 172/522

DAVIS, LC bank manager ES & A Bank Ltd Riverton 1950 Memorial 137/529

No 1

DAVIS, Malcolm Henry sharebroker Adelaide (16 Register Chambers) 1875 Memorial 9/280

DAVIS, Malcolm Henry articled clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 12 County Dalhousie

DAVIS, Malcolm Henry articled clerk to CM DAVIS solicitor Adelaide 1879 Memorial 1/313

DAVIS, Malcolm Henry of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1879[-1881] Memorial 72/316

DAVIS, Malcolm Henry clerk to Charles Michael Davis solicitor Adelaide 1879 Memorial 76/317

DAVIS, Malcolm H solicitor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 224/336

DAVIS, Malcolm Henry of Marlborough Chambers, Adelaide 1881 Memorial 218/364

DAVIS, Malcolm Henry solicitor Adelaide 1886 Memorial 105/377

DAVIS, Malcolm Henry Esquire Marlborough Chambers, Waymouth St, Adelaide 1889. He had business connections with the legal firm of G & J DOWNER Application 21559

DAVIS, Malcolm H solicitor Adelaide 1893 Application 22465

DAVIS, Marion music teacher North Kensington 1905 Memorial 169/453

DAVIS, Mary Elizabeth spinster fruiterer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1890 Application 21829

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DAVIS, Matthew farmer Lower Light 1887 Application 21141

DAVIS, Matthew Nicks farmer Lower Light linked with William Davis farmer Dublin 1876[-1895] Memorial 92/292, Application 22855

DAVIS, Matthew Nicks farmer Lower Light Hundred of Dublin land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 336 County Gawler

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DAVIS, Nathaniel farmer Glynde 1863[-1872] Memorial 154/259

Declared an bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 155/259

DAVIS, Nathaniel farmer North Kensington 1877 Application 15715

No 1

DAVIS, Patrick labourer Adelaide 1854[-1863] Memorial 371/77

No 2

DAVIS, Patrick labourer Stepney 1861. He could not write Application 2265

DAVIS, Richard settler Watervale 1853 Memorial 366/60

No 1

DAVIS, Richard William mariner Adelaide (West Tce) 1876 Memorial 40/288

DAVIS, Mary widow Adelaide 1878 relict of the late Richard William Davis formerly mariner Adelaide (West Tce), who died c 1876 Application 16980

No 1

DAVIS, Robert stonemason Robe 1858 Memorial 66/134

No 2

DAVIS, Robert farmer Gepp Cross 1885 Memorial 30/364

DAVIS, Robert Calton salesman Snowtown 1915 Memorial 52/472

No 1

DAVIS, Samuel farmer Bremer River 1854 Memorial 240/67

DAVIS, Samuel farmer Pine Farm Meadow near Langhorne Bridge 1856 Memorial 208/110

DAVIS, Samuel farmer Langhorne Creek 1856 Langhorne Creek Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 331/105

DAVIS, Samuel farmer Pine Farm Meadow near Langhorne Bridge 1861 Application 2668

DAVIS, Samuel farmer Bletchley, died 6/1/1863, of pneumonia, aged 41 Application 24280

DAVIS, Samuel 33 Bremer Creek but temporarily of Melbourne Vic. Born Helston Cornwall, England (Parents Samuel Davis and Elizabeth nee PASCOE) married Catherine MAY 37 widow Collingwood Vic, born St Austell, Cornwall, daughter of William JEWELL and Catherine nee BRAY, on 20/3/1855 Samuel Phillips's home Collingwood in a Wesleyan Methodist ceremony. The family returned to SA. Samuel Davis died intestate - no date given. His eldest son Joseph Davis clerk Adelaide 1878, born 7/12/1858, inherited Sections 2653, 2656, Hundred of Strathalbyn near the Bremer River as heir at law Application 17448

No 2

DAVIS, Samuel farmer Glynde 1860 Application 1514

DAVIS, Samuel farmer Glynde 1866 Memorial 111/212

DAVIS, Samuel farmer Glynde, died c1871. He left his wife, Elizabeth Davis, with a life interest in trust in his whole estate, then to their children absolutely in remainder expectant as the will directed - Sarah PFAENDLER, Elizabeth NURSE, George Davis, John Davis, Ann WARLAND, and Mary ALFORD. Henry WARLAND and Nathaniel DAVIS executors with Elizabeth Davis Memorial 134/257

DAVIS, Elizabeth widow of Samuel Davis farmer Glynde, died 18/11/1886 Parkside, of senile decay, aged 79. Her family included - Elizabeth WELLS widow Parkside, George Davis farmer Middle Creek Co Ripon Vic, John Davis farmer Glynde, Anne WARLAND widow Burnside [Apparently also Mary Alford of McLaren St, Adelaide?] 1888. Application 21439

No 3

DAVIS, Samuel baker Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 55/285

DAVIS, Samuel of the Portland Estate and Julia Davis his wife 1876[-1878] Memorial 12/292, Application 16959

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

DAVIS, Samuel dealer Alberton 1881[-1883] Memorial 49/337

No 5

DAVIS, Samuel farmer Macclesfield 1888 Memorial 141/389

DAVIS, Samuel farmer Macclesfield 1908 Application 25532

No 6

DAVIS, Samuel farmer Penfield 1906 Application 25095

No 1

DAVIS, Sydney Daye storekeeper Mintaro and Elizabeth Ann Davis his wife 1889 Memorial 145/400

DAVIS, Sydney Daye storekeeper Wadnaminga Out of Hundreds. Mannahill (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 65 Page 185 County Not named

DAVIS, Sydney Daye storekeeper Mintaro. His wife, Elizabeth Ann Davis, died 31/7/1903. Daughter of the late Thompson Priest formerly of Mintaro but now deceased RPA Search 784

DAVIS, Sydney Daye storekeeper Mannahill 1906 Memorial 142/455

DAVIS, Sydney Harold orchardist Salisbury father of Arthur Sidney Davis citrus grower Salisbury 1954 Memorial 184/528

DAVIS, Thomas blacksmith Gawler 1891 Application 22089

No 1

DAVIS, Thomas Robson gentleman Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 98/345

DAVIS, Thomas Robson storekeeper Snowtown 1886 Memorial 43/380

No 1

DAVIS, Walter labourer Lizard Lodge O'Halloran Hill 1860 Memorial 95/161

DAVIS, Walter labourer O'Halloran Hill 1862 Application 3285

DAVIS, Walter yeoman O'Halloran Hill 1864 Application 5673

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DAVIS, William baker Bowden 1851[-1853] Memorial 13/31

DAVIS, William brickmaker Bowden 1852[-1857] Memorial 320/44

DAVIS, William labourer Brompton 1857 Memorial 208/116

DAVIS, William labourer Brompton 1861 Application 2371

DAVIS, William gentleman Brompton 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

No 2

DAVIS, William sawyer The Tiers 1854[-1858] Memorial 64/62

No 3

DAVIS, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 351/78

DAVIS, William labourer Bridgwater Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 230/126

DAVIS, William labourer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Brown's Diggings Vic 1863 Memorial 2/287

No 4

DAVIS, William farmer Lower Light 1868 Memorial 125/235

DAVIS, William farmer Lower Light 1870 Memorial 88/247

DAVIS, William farmer Dublin 1876 Memorial 92/292

No 5 - perhaps the same person

DAVIS, William labourer Kapunda 1871 Memorial 42/254

DAVIS, William farmer Riverton 1876 Memorial 139/290

No 6

No 7

DAVIS, William farmer Sixth Creek, died 2/4/1891. Father of James William Davis and some unnamed daughters. James William Davis married Annie CALLISS on 5/1/1889. He died 9/6/1902. Ann Davis died 1/8/1940 Memorial 157/408 & RPA Search 2430

DAVIS, William Benjamin farmer Anama 1911[-1912] Memorial 106/464, Application 26067

DAVIS, WC draper Broken Hill NSW had links with Burra 1894 Memorial 46/421

DAVIS, William Edward engineer George St, Thebarton 1939, and Alice Maude Davis his wife Application 28230

DAVIS, William George gardener Cherryville father of William James Davis farmer Cherryville 1955 Memorial 81/530

DAVIS, WT labourer Prospect 1892 Application 22407

DAVISON, Fanny spinster formerly of Mt Gambier 1873 but now of North Adelaide 1874 Application 13733

No 1 - the Elder

DAVISON, Francis the Elder Esquire Blakiston lent money on mortgage to Richard Bullock ANDREWS against the eastern moiety of Section 5001 for £300 1/3/1856; and Benjamin GRAY brewer Littlehampton against Section 2206 Hundred of Macclesfield for £100 on 11/7/1856. Both men defaulted in their repayments. Davison presented the land to St James’s Blakiston 20/5/1857.’upon trust in the first place out of the annual income dividends and interest arising therefrom to repair and keep in repair the tablet hereinafter mentioned and in the next place to pay the remainder of the said annual income dividends and interest to the Incumbent holding Sunday morning service at the said Church of St James for the time being … upon the express condition that the site or position of the tablet erected in the said Church to the memory of Mrs DAVISON wife of the said Francis Davison shall not be altered or removed’. Three trustees appointed to attend to the duties - James Bentley DAVISON, Henry JICKLING, Benjamin GRAY. New trustee to be elected by the congregation within a month, if any of the previous trustees ‘shall die, resign his office, remove from the said province permanently, or become incapable to act’ Deposit 4/1874

DAVISON, Francis Esquire Blakiston near Mt Barker Stipendiary Magistrate, died c1858. He left his entire estate in trust to the executors and trustees, Benjamin GRAY brewer Littlehampton, William Harper FORMBY stockholder Adelaide and John Bristow HUGHES Esquire MP Woodville, to administer in a complicated trust for the benefit of his infant children. Real estate to be let out on lease. Cash to be invested in public stocks or funds of Great Britain or upon Government or Real Securities in England or in any of the Australian colonies, with power for the said trustees to vary the said stocks funds or securities at their discretion'. All children to get their share as they turned 21 or the girls married. Witnesses - Henry Atherton ADAMS gentleman Walkerville and Charles Vernon ADAMS clerical student Woodville Application 13299

No 2 - the Younger

DAVISON, Francis the Younger clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 81/106

DAVISON, F solicitor Mt Barker 1865 Memorial 256/203

DAVISON, Francis solicitor Blakiston near Nairne 1865 Memorial 321/207

DAVISON, Francis solicitor Nairne 1866 Memorial 157/208

DAVISON, F solicitor Mt Gambier 1869 Memorial 64/237

DAVISON, Francis solicitor formerly of Blakiston 1864 but now of Adelaide 1874 Application 13299

DAVISON, Francis solcitor formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Gambier 1875 Memorial 182/284

DAVISON, Francis solicitor Mt Gambier, about to depart for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Frederick Henry DANIEL solicitor Mt Gambier, and James Bradshaw RIDINGS bank manager Mt Gambier, to manage his business affairs 14/5/1883 Deposit 168/1883

DAVISON, Francis solicitor Mt Gambier 1880 Application 17960

DAVISON, Francis Esquire Mt Gambier linked with James Bentley Davison Esquire near Myponga 1921 Memorial 124/484

No 1

DAVISON, FW articled clerk Mt Barker 1869 Memorial 236/236

DAVISON, Frederick William solicitor Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 129/273

DAVISON, Frederick William solicitor formerly of Adelaide 1873 but now of Narracoorte 1875 Application 14620

DAVISON, Francis Bentley stockholder Mt Gambier 1891 Memorial 18/408

DAVISON, Girdin W master mariner Hantsport (?), Hants, England and Nova Scotia, power of attorney to Frederick C HOWARD commission agent Adelaide, to put out money on suitable property mortgage and to manage the repayment of loans 18/5/1893 Deposit 70/1893

DAVISON, James and John farmers near Stockwell, became bankrupts in 1867 Memorial 113/222

No 1

DAVISON, James Bentley & DENFORD, Robert John stockholders Wellington 1863 Application 4367

DAVISON, James Bentley stockholder Wellington 1864[-1867] Memorial 64/197

DAVISON, James Bentley stockholder East Wellington 1867[-1871] Memorial 79/225

DAVISON, James Bentley stockholder East Wellington linked with Francis Davison solicitor Mt Barker, Jane Davison spinster Blakiston and John Hawdon Davison overseer Waimiakariri in New Zealand 1868 Memorial 207/229

DAVISON, James Bentley sheepfarmer Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Seymour land grant 1872 Grant Book 54 Page 116 County Russell

DAVISON, James Bentley stockholder East Wellington 1873[-1875] Application 12870

DAVISON, James Bentley auctioneer Kooringa and Elizabeth Ann Davison his wife 1881 Memorial 159/336

DAVISON, James Bentley auctioneer Kooringa 1883 Memorial 93/354

DAVISON, James Bentley gentleman Purnamoota NSW and Elizabeth Ann Davison his wife 1896 Memorial 121/428

No 1

DAVISON, John farmer Marble [Marrabel?] Hundred of Gilbert Co Light 1863 Memorial 185/203

DAVISON, John farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light linked with Robert Davison farmer Tothill Creek 1873 Memorial 202/266

DAVISON, John farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 56 Page 92 County Stanley

No 2

DAVISON, John carpenter Penola 1864 Memorial 9/200

No 3

DAVISON, John formerly boundary rider Slievebawn near Koonunga but now out of business near Bagot Well 1889 Memorial 30/398

No 1

DAVISON, John Hawdon station manager St Leonards, Canterbury Province, New Zealand 1873 Memorial 216/270

DAVISON, John Hawdon gentleman St Leonards, Province of Canterbury, New Zealand, power of attorney to William James CRAWFORD Manager of the Union Bank in Adelaide, to secure JH Davison’s share of certain of his father Francis Davison’s land at Blakiston sold in 1863, after the youngest child had turned 21, or being a female, had married. All children to benefit equally in the sale. Amount to each child £194/18/6. Land under trust until sold - trustees. William BARTLEY, William Harper FORMBY, Benjamin GRAY and Francis DAVISON. Deed drawn up 11/6/1873. Deposits 215/1854 and 214/1873 Deposit 214/1873

DAVISON, John Hubert Hawdon clerk Mt Gambier 1898 Memorial 160/435

DAVISON, Peter of Penola 1861[-1862] Memorial 119/174

No 1

DAVISON, Robert warehouseman Norwood 1853 Memorial 166/54

No 2

DAVISON, Robert farmer Section 1084 Hundred of Saddleworth 1856 Memorial 128/112

DAVISON, Robert farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1857 Memorial 132/120

DAVISON, Robert farmer Co Light 1858 Memorial 331/150

DAVISON, Robert farmer Light River 1859[-1879] Memorial 55/156

Farmer Hundred of Saddleworth 1859 Memorial 178/156

DAVISON, Robert farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light 1864 Memorial 257/193

DAVISON, Robert farmer Bundolan Farm Section 1090 Upper Light Light River Special Survey 1864 Memorials 91 & 92/199

DAVISON, Robert farmer Bundolan, Upper Light 1872 Application 12352

FIND AND CHECK NAME OF FARM

No 3 - the Elder and the Younger

DAVISON, Robert and John farmers Stockwell 1864. By 1866, Robert Davison was a farmer at Bagot Well Application 7334

DAVISON, Robert farmer Bagot Well Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1866 Grant Book 44 Page 98 County Light

DAVISON, Robert farmer near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 223/212

DAVISON, Robert farmer Tothill Creek near Kapunda 1876 Memorial 221/288

DAVISON, Robert the Elder farmer Tothill Creek Co Light Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 505 County Frome

DAVISON, Robert farmer near Bagot Well 1881[-1883] Memorial 71/331

DAVISON, Robert the Elder farmer near Bagot Well, died 30/5/1885 intestate. Letters of administration to his son, John Davison boundary rider Slievebawn nee Koonunga, to settle his estate Memorial 24/398

DAVISON, Robert [probably the Younger] farmer Appila Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 626 County Frome

DAVISON, Robert [formerly the Younger] farmer Booleroo Centre 1897(-1902) Memorial 105/430

DAVISON, Robert retired farmer Mile End 1914 Memorial 166/470

DAVISON, Robert Haswell mining captain Lady Emily Mine Blackfellow Reef Waukaringa 1882 Memorial 30/346

No 1

DAVISON, Thomas Lionel labourer Robe, aged 65 in 1947 Application 28567

DAVISON, Ellen Selina wife of Thomas Lionel Davison labourer Robe, aged 61 in 1947 Application 28513

No 1

DAVISON, William farmer Onkaparinga 1855 Memorial 289/83

No 2

DAVISON, William farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 623 County Frome

No 3 - perhaps the same person

DAVISON, William farmer Hundred of Baldina 1887 Memorial 82/388

DAVISON, William farmer Hundred of King 1890 Memorial 244/400

No 4

DAVISON, William out of business Kapunda, died 15/12/1901 intestate. His widow, Susan Frances Davison, died 30/7/1909. The Davisons had two daughters - Martha Davison spinster formerly of Kapunda but now of Mile End 1915, and Fanny TEAGLE wife of Albert Teagleout of business Church St Kapunda 1915 Application 26418

No 1
DAVLIN, Edward of Victorville 1859 Memorial 8/157

DAVLIN, Edward miller Victorville 1861 Memorial 302/177

DAVOREN, Austin labourer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1898 Grant Book 44 Page 137 County Light

DAVORSEN, Michael yeoman Smithfield 1868 Application 9538

DAVY, Arthur clerk Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1886 Memorial 131/381

No 1

DAVY, Charles farmer Salisbury 1885[-1894] Memorial 186/365, Applications 21870, 22661

No 2

DAVY, Charles labourer Salisbury 1924 Memorial 181/489

DAVY, Charles labourer Salisbury, died 21/6/1947. Brother to Louisa Davy spinster Salisbury, who died 28/7/1947. Executor; George Davy drainer Park Tce, Salisbury Memorials 7 & 8/522

DAVY, Fred Clerk of the Corporation of Kensington & Norwood 1938 Application 28039

No 1

DAVY, Edward surgeon Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 183/14

DAVY, Edward Esquire Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 411/53

DAVY, George the Younger farmer Coomooroo 1884 Book 13 Page 263 County Dalhousie

DAVY, Samuel boiler maker Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1899 Grant Book 13 Page 205 County Dalhousie

No 1

DAVY, William warehouseman 97 Wood St, London and Egbert HALL Esquire formerly of Rockleymont, Croydon Road, Penge, Surrey, but now of 12 Little Tower St, London, trustees for the marriage settlement between Henry DAKIN and Jeanie Haldane SMITH, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK gentleman Adelaide, to administer the SA land in the estate 17/12/1879 Deposit 21/1887.

No 2

DAVY, William the Elder cordwainer Salisbury 1894 Application 22640

No 1

DAW, A of Brownlow Kangaroo Island 1888 Memorial 135/392

DAW, Arthur auctioneer Brownlow, Kangaroo Island 1905 Memorial 147/453, Application 25060

DAW, Arthur auctioneer Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 11 Page 46 County Carnarvon

DAW, Arthur JP agent Kingscote Kangaroo Island 1930 Memorial 56/503

DAW, Benjamin butcher Bowden 1849[-1853] Memorial 347/17

DAW, Cecilia spinster Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 44 County Carnarvon

DAW, Charles Compson butcher Kapunda 1931 Application 27849

No 1

DAW, David farmer Little Para 1851 Memorial 472/36.

DAW, David farmer Little Para. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1851[-1852] Grant Book 1 Page 64 County Adelaide

No 1

DAW, Edwin butcher St Marys on the Sturt 1874 Memorial 121/276

DAW, Edwin butcher formerly of St Marys on the Sturt but now of Mt Barker 1878 Memorial 97/310

DAW, Edwin auctioneer formerly of Mt Barker but now of Adelaide 1886[-1912] Memorial 12/378

DAW, Edwin auctioneer Adelaide, died 12/5/1917. Husband of Jane Daw. Father of Wickham Compson Daw engineer Adelaide 1923 Memorial 63/487

No 1

DAW, Eugene C auctioneer Adelaide 1912 Application 26157

DAW, Eugene Compson butcher and agricultural farmer Kapunda 1924 Memorial 140/490, Application 27256

DAW, Eugene Compson secretary to JEFFS Bros Ltd, Murray St, Gawler 1950 Application 28780

DAW, Eugene Compson butcher and agricultural farmer Kapunda 1924

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

DAW, Francis James the Elder butcher formerly of St Marys South Road 1861 now of Modbury 1873 Application 13033

DAW, Francis James storekeeper Tea Tree Gully Co Adelaide. Lochiel (Hundred of Cameron) allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 447 County Daly

DAW, Francis James storekeeper Crystal Brook 1879 Memorial 182/313

No 1

DAW, Henry butcher Edwardstown 1864 Memorial 350/197

DAW, Henry butcher St Marys on the Sturt 1875[-1876] Memorial 151/284

DAW, Henry butcher Edwardstown 1878 Application 16652

DAW, Henry butcher St Marys South Road linked with John Wickham Daw sheep farmer Kangaroo Island and Joseph Daw farmer Crystal Brook 1879 Memorial 85/314

DAW, Henry butcher St Marys South Road 1902[-1911] Memorial 162/446, Application 25910

DAW, Henry formerly butcher Edwardstown but now out of business Scarborough St, Glenelg 1921 Application 26953

DAW, Henry Albert carpenter 61 Hewett Ave, Rose Park 1947 Memorial 120/521

DAW, James farmer Hundred of Dalkey trustee School and Cemetery Hundred of Grace Hundred of Grace land grant 1875 Grant Book 27 Page 52 County Gawler

DAW, James Alexander company officer 5 Birdwood St, Netherby 1958, born 21/5/1907, declared that he was presently Chief Clerk in the Stock Department of Elder, Smith & Co Ltd, a position he had held for a year. Before that, he was manager of the Kapunda branch of the Company continuously between June 1948 and December 1956 Application 29302

No 1 - the Elder

DAW, John Wickham farmer Porto Bello, and Ellen Orianna Daw, his wife 3/5/1842. They donated an acre of land adjoining South Road on Section 41 as the site for St Marys Church on the Sturt. Enrolment 34/4

DAW, John Wickham gentleman Section 111 District B 1852 Memorial 18/40.

DAW, John Wickham butcher St Marys village on the South Road 1853 Memorial 67/51

DAW, John Wickham gentleman died 2/7/1872. Ellen Orianna Daw died 27/4/1873. Their daughter, Frances Ellen ELLIOT nee Daw wife of George Henry Elliot tanner Hobart Tas, inherited the Marion Inn, which she sold by public auction on 24/9/1873 Messes Green & Co Auction Rooms Adelaide, to HAUSSEN & CATCHLOVE for £345 Memorial 104/270

DAW, Ellen Orianna widow of John Wickham Daw butcher St Marys South Road, died 27/4/1873 anasarca, aged 67. Francis James Daw of Modbury appears to have been her son 1873 Applications 13033, 14306

No 2 - the Younger

DAW, John Wickham butcher Kapunda 1875 Application 14628

DAW, John Wickham butcher Kapunda 1876[-1879] Memorial 99/291

DAW, John Wickham butcher Kapunda linked with Joseph Daw butcher Nhill Vic and Mary Daw his wife 1890 Memorial 40/406

DAW, John Wickham formerly butcher Kapunda then out of business Allen Creek near Kapunda, died c1897. Executors; Edwin Daw fish salesman Adelaide and William David PONDER advertising agent Adelaide Memorial 195/439

No 2

DAW, John Wickham of Kangaroo Island 1881 Memorial 6/336

No 1

DAW, Joseph butcher Unley 1857[-1858] Memorial 337/126

DAW, Joseph butcher Modbury 1864[-1870] Memorial 285/196

DAW, Joseph butcher Tea Tree Gully Co Adelaide. Lochiel (Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 447 County Daly

DAW, Joseph formerly of Modbury and Tea Tree Gully but now of Crystal Brook 1876[-1879] [It appears that Daw had been a butcher at Tea Tree Gully/Modbury] Memorial 82/294

DAW, Joseph farmer Crystal Brook 1876 Application 15650

DAW, Joseph butcher formerly of Modbury but now of Hawthorn near Mitcham 1885 Memorial 189/368

DAW, Joseph farmer Tea Tree Gully 1886 Application 21113

DAW, Joseph butcher formerly Tea Tree Gully but now Hawthorn Lower Mitcham 1887 Application 21172

DAW, Joseph butcher formerly of Modbury but now of Nhill Vic owned the Modbury Hotel 1888[-1890] Memorial 120/394

DAW, Joseph butcher Nhill Vic and May Daw his wife 1891 Application 22170

DAW, Maria spinster Kapunda 1886 Memorial 21/378

DAW, William farmer South Richmond 1844 Memorial 44/4

DAWBINY, William of Mitcham and Mary Ann Dawbiny his wife Memorial 418/14

No 1

DAWE, Albert licensed land broker National Mutual Buildings, King William St, Adelaide 1911 Application 26038

DAWE, Albert accountant formerly of Glenelg but now of Adelaide linked with HE Dawe agent Adelaide 1923 Memorial 163/489

DAWE, Alfred Henry August plumber Gawler 1931 Application 27852

DAWE, Harold Edgar agent Adelaide 1924[-1927] Memorial 17/492, Application 27509

DAWE, Henry the Elder innkeeper Willunga married Sarah Elizabeth GREGORY spinster on 22/3/1849. Henry Dawe died 17/11/1849 intestate. His only child, Henry Dawe the Younger, born 10/3/1850, inherited his estate as heir at law. Sarah Elizabeth Dawe, died 17/7/1865 Willunga intestate. By 1871, Henry Dawe the Younger was a draper's assistant in Adelaide. Mary Ann ATKINSON widow and innkeeper Willunga gave this information 1871 Application 23096

No 1 - probably the same person

DAWE, John landowner East Auburn 1855 Memorial 467/89

DAWE, John blacksmith East Auburn Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 120 County Stanley

DAWE, John blacksmith Auburn 1860 Application 1352.

DAWE, John blacksmith East Auburn 1863 Memorial 107/190

DAWE, John farmer East Auburn 1876 Application 15660.

DAWE, John formerly blacksmith 1863 but now farmer East Auburn 1877 Application 15929.

DAWE, John out of business East Auburn 1882 Application 19079.

DAWE, Johanna widow East Auburn 1883 Application 19682

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DAWE, John miner Kapunda 1865 Memorial 75/204

DAWE, Joseph storekeeper Mt Barker Springs 1869 Memorial 219/236

DAWE, Louis Christoph sawyer Gawler 1876 Memorial 192/294

DAWE, Richard carpenter Prospect 1862 Memorial 92/184

DAWE, Sampson quarryman Willunga 1847 Memorial 299/10

Slate merchant Willunga 1853[-1855] Memorial 275/62

DAWE, Sarah Elizabeth widow Willunga 1852 Mother of a young son called Henry Dawe Memorial 50/42.

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DAWE, William farmer Willunga 1849 Memorial 341/15

DAWE, William yeoman Willunga 1850 Memorial 151/20

DAWE, William mason Adelaide, Compson Dawe blacksmith Willunga and Joseph Dawe mason Adelaide 1866 Application 7736

DAWE, William Francis Bartlett gentleman Taunton, Somerset, England, power of attorney to William POPE solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3/7/1887 Deposit 125/1887

No 1

DAWES, Adolph Henry Coombs medical practitioner Gawler 1940 Memorial 191/514

DAWES, Adolf Henry Coombes legally qualified medical practitioner 4 High St, Gawler 1945 Memorial 150/523

No 1

DAWES, Charles labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 217/5

No 2 - possibly the same person

DAWES, Charles shoemaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 360/23

DAWES, Charles of Adelaide linked with George Dawes gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1867 Memorial 184/224

No 3

DAWES, Charles blacksmith Woodville 1850[-1853] Memorial 44/25

No 4

DAWES, Charles of Jamestown 1893 Memorial 57/427

No 1

DAWES, George coffee roaster Currie St, Adelaide. Elizabeth Dawes mentioned but not described 1850 Memorial 310/23

DAWES, George grocer Adelaide (Currie St) 1853 Memorial 380/51

DAWES, George gentleman Adelaide, about to reside for a time in some or one of the neighbouring Australian colonies, power of attorney to Charles DAWES gentleman Hindley St, Adelaide, to administer his business affairs 7/2/1860 Deposit 82/1862.

DAWES, George formerly storekeeper Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1862[-1868] Memorial 7/184

DAWES, Jesse pianoforte maker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850[-1851] Memorial 24/24

No 1

DAWES, Richard St Mark surgeon Gawler 1876[-1897] Memorial 231/294

DAWES, Richard St Mark physician and surgeon Gawler. St George's Gawler trustee 1884[-1900] Memorial 164/498

DAWES, Richard St Mark medical practitioner Gawler 1892 Application 22306

DAWES, Richard Saint Mark surgeon Gawler and Arabella Rose Dawes his wife 1897 Application 23354

DAWES, Arabella Rose St Mark widow Gawler 1915 Memorial 164/472

DAWES, Arabella Rose widow Gawler, died 13/3/1934. Mother of Richard Charles Hope Dawes no description and Adolf Henry Coombs Dawes medical practitioner Gawler. Estate worth £9,429 Memorial 179/507

DAWES, Vida Hettie widow Macclesfield 1951 Application 28823

No 1

DAWES, WB miller Nairne 1852[-1854] Memorial 304/41

.DAWES, William Bower miller Nairne 1854[-1856] Memorial 467/80

DAWES, William Bower Esquire formerly of Nairne but now of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 40/148

DAWES, WB Esquire Dawesley sold the Scott Creek Smelting Works for £800 to GD SISMEY 1860 Memorial 74/179

DAWES, WB of Wallaroo 1866 Memorial 87/209

DAWES, William Charles hotelkeeper Adelaide (Golden Rule Hotel pt TA 158 Pirie St) 1906 Memorial 41/455

DAWKINS, Alfred accountant Adelaide 1900 Memorial 245/439

No 1

DAWKINS, Eli farmer Two Wells Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 346 County Gawler

DAWKINS, Eli farmer Two Wells 1887 Memorial 201/382

DAWKINS, Eli farmer near Two Wells 1891 Application 22131

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DAWKINS, John carpenter Hindmarsh 1844 Memorial 106/4

DAWKINS, John carpenter North Adelaide 1847 Enrolment 83/6

DAWKINS, John farmer Gawler River 1853[-1871] Memorial 223/48

DAWKINS, Ann widow of the late John Dawkins farmer Gawler River, died 30/5/1895 Application 23006

No 1

DAWKINS, Nicholas gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 419/78

DAWKINS, Nicholas miller North Adelaide 1855[-1856] Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Memorial 145/98

DAWKINS, Nicholas gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now residing in the province of Victoria 1857 Memorial 274/128

DAWKINS, Nicholas miller North Adelaide 1862 Application 966

DAWKINS, Nicholas gentleman North Adelaide and Ann Dawkins his wife formerly Ann LAMB spinster 1873. They married on 3/12/1851 Memorial 63/268

DAWKINS, Nicholas grocer Gilberton, died 1/10/1898. Father of Frederick William Dawkins draper's traveller Gilberton, Charlotte Annei LECKEY and John Rose? Dawkins accountant Gilberton Memorial 12/437

DAWKINS, Percy Campbell ironmonge Gawler 1907 Application 25328

No 1

DAWKINS, Samuel Letts farmer Gawler River 1857[-1860] Memorial 51/122

DAWKINS, Samuel Letts farmer Mudla Wirra 1866 Application 7083

DAWKINS, Samuel Letts farmer Gawler River 1898 Application 23583

DAWKINS, Samuel Letts retired farmer formerly of Gawler River but now of Houghton linked with William Joseph Dawkins farmer near Gawler 1920 Memorial 148/479

DAWKINS, Samuel Letts retired farmer formerly of Gawler River now of Brighton 1924 Application 27234

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DAWKINS, William accountant Gawler 1891 Application 22130

DAWKINS, William merchant Gawler 1901 Memorial 120/444

DAWKINS, William merchant Gawler Co Gawler. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 72 County Chandos

DAWKINS, William Erven accountant Adelaide 1899 Memorial 95/438

DAWN, Richard miner Kooringa 1856 Memorial 123/134

No 1

DAWS, Reginald Lyle builder Woodley 1930 Memorial 43/504

DAWS, Reginald Lyle builder Woodley 1931 Application 27834

DAWS, Robert organ builder Adelaide (Franklin St) 1856[-1861] Memorial 112/100, Application 2645

DAWSEY, Alexander mariner Adelaide 1838 Application 14830

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DAWSON, Alfred Henry storekeeper Seaton Park 1929 Memorial 163/501

DAWSON, Alfred Henry out of business Campbelltown. St Martin's Campbelltown parishioner 1942 Memorial 142/516

No 1

DAWSON, Arthur machinist Balaklava Cleve (Hundred of Yadnarie) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 39 Page 88 County Jervois

DAWSON, Arthur storekeeper Cleve Franklin Harbour trustee Institute Cleve Cleve (Hundred of Yadnarie) township allotment land grant 1894[-1897] Grant Book 39 Page 89 County Jervois

DAWSON, AM typist Adelaide (16 Pirie St) 1920 Memorial 3/482

No 1

DAWSON, Charles yeoman in SA 1855[-1859] Memorial 80/90

DAWSON, Charles yeoman Ooraparinna 1860 Memorial 210/166

No 2

DAWSON, Charles gardener Prospect 1908 Application 25464

No 1

DAWSON, Emily widow Kapunda 1909 Memorial 11/461

No 1

DAWSON, George bricklayer Adelaide (Gouger St) 1839 Application 20942

DAWSON, George of Brown St, Adelaide power of attorney to Elizabeth Dawson 1850 Memorial 249/132

DAWSON, George bricklayer Brown St, Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Elizabeth DAWSON, to manage his SA business affairs 9/2/1850 Deposit 321/OA

DAWSON, Elizabeth widow Adelaide, mother of Elizabeth, Amelia and Emily Dawson 1862 Memorial 221/194

DAWSON, Elizabeth licensed victualler Adelaide (Queen's Arms Brown St). [Witness Amelia CAMERON - is that the former Miss Amelia Dawson??] 1871 Memorial 103/293

DAWSON, Elizabeth of Adelaide, died 22/6/1875 Memorial 21/352

No 2 - perhaps the same person

DAWSON, George farmer Armagh 1878 Application 16921

DAWSON, George farmer Boucaut linked with William Dawson farmer Condowie 1890 Memorial 14/406

No 1

DAWSON, Henry saddler Kooringa 1851[-1866] Memorial 147/64, Application 565

DAWSON, Henry storekeeper Kooringa 1860 Application 1603

DAWSON, Henry saddler Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1866 Grant Book 8 Page 170 County Burra

DAWSON, Henry gentleman Parkside 1882 Application 19309

DAWSON, Henry saddler formerly of Kooringa but then of Parkside, died 1883. His estate to benefit his wife, Jean Renfrew Dawson, and his unnamed children. Herbert Hugh Dawson iromonger Parkside was a son. Charles Dawson farmer Mt Bryan Flat also mentioned but link not stated Memorial 152/351

DAWSON, Jean Renfrew widow Young St, Parkside, relict of the late Henry Dawson linked with Charles Dawson farmer Mt Bryce, Herbert Hugh Dawson ironmonger Kensington and Mary Dawson spinster Parkside. Thomas DREW storekeeper Kooringa and Rowland Clement CORNISH sharebroker Malvern acted as trustees for a Dawson family trust estate 1888 Memorial 123/393

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DAWSON, Henry sheep farmer Caroona 1879 Memorial 100/319

DAWSON, Henry stockholder Aberdeen 1880 Memorial 117/323

DAWSON, Henry sheep farmer Aberdeen 1881 Memorial 81/349

No 3

DAWSON, Henry farmer Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 164/57

No 4 - perhaps the same person

DAWSON, Henry stevedore Pt Adelaide 1868 Application 9252.

DAWSON, Henry labourer Portland Estate 1890 Application 21878

DAWSON, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1896 Application 23116.

No 5

DAWSON, Henry Esquire St Peters 1889[-1891] Memorial 53/397

DAWSON, Henry gentleman formerly of Gumeracha but then of St Peters, died 29/6/1891. Estate worth £4,560. Linked with Samuel Dawson farmer formerly of Waterloo but now of Marrabel on the Dirty Light Memorial 200/409

DAWSON, Henry died 29/6/1891. Mary Ryell Dawson widow St Peters 1894[-1896] Memorial 189/422

DAWSON, Mary Ryall widow St Peters 1920 Application 26877

DAWSON, Herbert Hugh commercial traveller Adelaide 1886 Memorial 102/373

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DAWSON, James of Adelaide 1841 Memorial 195/50

DAWSON, James formerly of Adelaide, but now farmer Strathalbyn 1842 Memorial 136/2

DAWSON, James farmer Angas Special Survey Co Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 11/10

DAWSON, James gentleman Strathalbyn, died 22/5/1865 Enrolment 27/54.

DAWSON, James [the Elder] farmer Springfield, died 22/5/1865, of old age, aged 84 Application 24403

DAWSON, James the Younger farmer Tokomairiro Primael District of Otago, died 28/7/1868 intestate. His son, James Dawson the Third (born 20/11/1853 Strathalbyn), shepherd Cambrian Otago New Zealand, but temporarily in Strathalbyn 1885, had inherited his late father's estate as heir at law. James Dawson the Younger was the brother of Jane HOOPER widow Strathalbyn 1886, children of James Dawson the Elder gentleman Strathalbyn, who died 22/5/1865. James Dawson the Younger 32 farmer married Sarah LATTA 24 on 11/5/1849 Black Forest. Minister: Robert HAINING. Witnesses: WW PRYM, Thomas HALDANE, Robert HAY. By 1886, Sarah Dawson was living at Tuapeka Mouth, Otago, New Zealand. She appointed her son, James Dawson the Third, as her attorney 1886 to collect assets due to their family through the will of her father-in-law James Dawson the Elder, of Strathalbyn, which became due through the death of his widow, Jane Dawson, who died 9/8/1885 Strathalbyn, of old age, aged 84 Application 20916

DAWSON, James shepherd Cambrian District of Otago New Zealand [probably a son of James Dawson the Younger now deceased] 1886 Memorial 150/379

DAWSON, Jane (widow of the late James Dawson the Elder formerly farmer Strathalbyn but then deceased), died 9/8/1885, of old age, aged 84 Application 28297

DAWSON, Sarah widow formerly of Tokomairiro but now of Tuapeka District of Otago New Zealand 1886 relict of the late James Dawson the Younger farmer Tokomairiro, who died 28/7/1868 intestate, and daughter-in-law of James Dawson the Elder formerly farmer Strathalbyn but now deceased Memorial 147/379

No 2

DAWSON, James miller Stockwell 1865 Memorial 199/206

DAWSON, James miller formerly of Kapunda but now of Gawler 1874 Memorial 34/279

DAWSON, James miller Gawler, died c1882. He left his entire estate in trust for the benefit of his two unnamed children Memorial 61/341

No 3

DAWSON, James licensed victualler Echunga. His ostler called Alfred PHILLIPS 1879 Memorial 197/315

DAWSON, James licensed victualler Echunga 1880 Memorial 206/327

DAWSON, James gentleman Echunga 1883 Memorial 114/348

No 1

DAWSON, James Webber farmer Robe S-E 1898 Memorial 117/436

DAWSON, James Webber and Robert Webber Dawson graziers Robe S-E 1920 Memorial 73/480

No 1

DAWSON, John labourer Hundred of Willunga 1855 Memorial 341/86

No 2

DAWSON, John butcher Kapunda 1861[-1862] Memorial 215/171

DAWSON, John butcher [formerly of Kapunda but now of] Riverton, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 202/195

No 3

DAWSON, John of Pt Augusta 1868 Memorial 210/247

No 4

DAWSON, John saddler Pt Wakefield 1875 Memorial 98/282

No 5

DAWSON, John farmer Queen's Own Town 1888 Memorial 10/392

No 1

DAWSON, Robert merchant Kent Town 1863 Memorial 208/187

DAWSON, Robert merchant Adelaide 1866 Memorial 230/208

No 2

DAWSON, Robert wine grower of the Torrens 1867 Memorial 131/225

DAWSON, Robert vigneron Hamilton on the Torrens 1869 Memorial 208/241

No 3 – perhaps the same person

DAWSON, Robert accountant Adelaide Dublin township alloltment land grant 1876 Grant Book 27 Page 484 County Gawler

DAWSON, Robert farmer Dublin Parham township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 364 County Gawler

DAWSON, Robert wheatbuyer Adelaide Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 26 Page 341 County Gawler

No 4

DAWSON, Robert painter Kapunda 1877 Application 15758

No 1

DAWSON, Robert Spencer clerk Adelaide Hundred of Telowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 769

DAWSON, Robert Spencer clerk Adelaide Hundred of Davenport land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 666 County Frome

No 1

DAWSON, Robert Webber grazier Robe, brother to the late James Webber Dawson no description 1937 Application 28103

DAWSON, Robert Webber grazier Robe 1920, declared that he had a brother called James Dawson Application 25919

No 1

DAWSON, Samuel farmer Waterloo 1868 Memorial 27/231

DAWSON, Samuel gentleman formerly of Marrabel on the Dirty Light but now of Kapunda, and Emily Dawson his wife 1903 Memorial 83/449

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DAWSON, Thomas farmer Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 120 County Victoria

DAWSON, Thomas farmer Coomooroo 1903 Book 13 Page 266 County Dalhousie

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DAWSON, William blacksmith Unley 1842 Memorial 469/48

DAWSON, William blacksmith Fullarton 1850[-1853] Memorial 158/27

Blacksmith formerly of Fullarton but now of Glen Osmond 1854 Memorial 194/65

Blacksmith Glen Osmond Rd 1854 Memorial 243/66

DAWSON, William blacksmith Frewville 1855[-1856] Memorial 415/91

DAWSON, William blacksmith [formerly of Frewville but now of] Bull Creek 1858 Memorial 245/135

No 2 - perhaps the same person

DAWSON, William blacksmith Adelaide 1848 Memorial 340/59

DAWSON, William blacksmith Little Adelaide 1859 Memorial 130/159

No 3

DAWSON, William surveyor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 261/30

DAWSON, William Royal Sappers & Miners Corporal Littlehampton 1851 Memorial 49/34.

DAWSON, William surveyor formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 20/43.

DAWSON, William corporal in the Royal Sappers and Miners Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 18/77

No 4

DAWSON, William of the Hundred of Boucaut 1889 Memorial 221/396

DAWSON, W glazier Robe 1895 Memorial 195/423

No 1

DAY, Albert blacksmith Robertstown 1881[-1892] Grant Book 17 Page 169 County Eyre

DAY, Albert blacksmith Robertstown 1883[-1888] Memorial 110/349

DAY, Albert machinist Robertstown 1899 Memorial 175/437

No 2

DAY, Albert farmer Bigg Flat near Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 101 County Adelaide

No 1

DAY, Albert Richard formerly farmer Two Wells but now retired farmer and grazier Largs linked with Frederick William Day farmer and grazier Two Wells 1921 Memorial 73/484

DAY, Albert Richard farmer formerly of Two Wells but now of Joslin 1928 Application 27495

No 1

DAY, Alfred watchmaker Stepney 1860 Application 1571

DAY, Alfred watchmaker Adelaide 1861 Memorial 216/172

DAY, Alfred watchmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1876 Memorial 208/287

No 2

DAY, Alfred storekeeper Venus Bay Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 48 Page 2 County Musgrave

No 3

DAY, Alfred publican Echunga 1895 Application 22875

DAY, Alfred Harvey farmer Nairne 1936 Application 28031

DAY, Alfred N secretary to the SA Railways Commissioner 1912 Memorial 48/470

No 1

DAY, Ann widow Norwood 1851[-1853] Memorial 91/34.

No 2 - probably the widow of John Day

DAY, Ann widow Norwood, who inherited estate under the will of the late John Day of Norwood 1872 Application 11979

DAY, Anne widow Norwood linked with Frederick Ward Day bank clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 104/379

DAY, Annie undertaker's daughter Kapunda 1902 Application 25406

No 1

DAY, Arthur and John Edward Day butchers Bald Hills near Moonta 1901 Memorial 156/442

DAY, Arthur farmer and grazier Bald Hills near Moonta linked with Arthur and John Edwin Day butchers Bald Hills near Moonta [father and sons??] 1906 Memorial 174/454

DAY, Bruce Ardmore citrus grower Grange Road, Seaton 1946[-1950] Memorial 141/524, Application 28726

No 1

DAY, Catherine widow Section 2209 Hundred of Yatala 1858[-1859] Memorial 53/132

No 2

DAY, Catherine linked with Section 221 Hundred of Mt Muirhead Co Grey 1891 Memorial 113/411

No 1

DAY, Charles clerk Adelaide 1857 Memorial 309/124

DAY, Charles of the Register and Observer offices, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 224/205

DAY, Charles clerk formerly of Adelaide 1857 but now of Unley 1869 Application 10278

DAY, Charles accountant Unley Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 198 County Fergusson

DAY, Charles newspaper proprietor Adelaide 1882 Application 19481

DAY, Charles journalist Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1888 Memorial 202/390

DAY, Charles journalist Grenfell St, Adelaide, power of attorney to Francis Joseph FISHER solicitor 9 Selbourne Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 22/2/1888 Deposit 30/1888.

No 1

DAY, Charles Thomas farmer Kadina 1897[-1906] Memorial 47/430

DAY, Charles Thomas farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 256 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DAY, David farmer Cherry Gardens 1860 Application 1025

DAY, David farmer Rapid Bay 1870 Application 10808

No 1 - probably the same person

DAY, E undertaker's daughter Kapunda 1896 Application 23145

DAY, Edith undertaker's daughter Kapunda 1885[-1887] Memorial 89/423, Application 21691

DAY, E undertaker's daughter Kapunda 1896 Application 23145

DAY, Edgar farmer Wallaroo, died 11/12/1935. Executors – James Day farmer Unley Park and Nellie Day widow 5 Dover St, Unley Park Grant Book 15 Page 82 County Daly

DAY, Edward innkeeper Mt Torrens 1869 Memorial 88/239

DAY, Edwin Victor of Millicent 1886 Memorial 170/375

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DAY, Eliza widow Adelaide (Brown St) 1850 Memorial 296/137

DAY, Eliza nee Line widow East Tce, Adelaide, died c1855. She left her whole estate [including land in Brompton] to her brother, John Line of Old Kent Road, London, England, formerly employed in the London Docks. If he had died, the estate to go to all his children 'share and share alike' Memorial 418/82

DAY, Essington District Clerk Clare 1939, declared that he had held the position since June 1938 Application 28210

DAY, Esther Miriam married woman Kooringa 1907 Memorial 39/458

DAY, Frank Jefferies of Brighton, Clerk District Council of Marion  1925 Application 27386

DAY, Frederick John and Thomas Jelly Day farmers Warooka Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1901 Grant Book 19 Page 36 County Fergusson

DAY, Frank Lester farmer Nairne and Florence Muriel Day his wife 1930 Memorial 96/503

No 1

DAY, FW of Osmond Tce, Norwood 1854 Memorial 48/79

DAY, Frederick Ward gentleman Osmond Tce, Norwood, died c1899. Executrix: Jessie WHITE spinster Pt Victor Memorial 111/438

DAY, Frederick William farmer formerly of Two Wells but now of Lameroo 1928 Application 27495

No 1

DAY, George farmer Gould Creek. Uley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 81/206

No 2

DAY, George farmer Hay Valley. He rented land from the Smillie Estate 1882 Application 19038

DAY, George Albert merchant Adelaide 1909 Memorial 190/461

No 1

DAY, George Fowler Esquire Adelaide 1848 Memorial 439/12

DAY, George Fowler farmer Adelaide 1850 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 6/60

DAY, George Fowler gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1852 Memorial 123/43

DAY, George Fowler landowner Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 447/79

DAY, George Fowler farmer Cockatoo Hill District of Yankalilla and Myponga 1855 Memorial 141/85

DAY, George Fowler farmer Yankalilla 1858 Memorial 238/137

DAY, George Fowler described variously as of Cockatoo Hill near Yankalilla 1855 and of Alton Grange, Yankalilla 1864 Application 5317

DAY, George Fowler farmer Alton Grange near Yankalilla 1867 Application 8297

DAY, George Fowler farmer Alton Grange Yankalilla Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1887 Grant Book 37 Page 243 County Hindmarsh

DAY, George Harrison watchmaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 199/26

DAY, George Henry labourer Fowler Bay 1921. Linked with the late Albert Day no description who died 10/5/1920 Grant Book 2 Page 105 County Adelaide

DAY, Gordon Ross butcher Burra 1947 Memorial 152/521

No 1

DAY, Henry labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 300/3

Now labourer of the Black Forest 1847 Memorial 84/8

Farmer Hammersmith 1847 Memorial 208/9

DAY, Henry farmer Para Plains 1853 Memorial 346/49

DAY, Henry farmer Section 2209 Hundred of Yatala, died c1855. He left his real estate to his wife, Catherine Day, in trust for life, then absolutely to his four children - Henry Day, Thomas Day, Francis Day and Jane Day - in equal shares in remainder expectant. Mrs Day had the power to sell or lease the real estate as seemed best for the family's ineterests Memorial 52/132

No 2

DAY, Henry farmer Kangaroo Flat and Thomas Day farmer formerly of Reeves Plains but now of Croydon 1900[-1901] executors under the will of the late Richard Day formerly gentleman Croydon, who died 31/3/1900. Albert Richard Day and Frederick William Day farmers and dairymen Two Wells also belonged to this family Memorial 141/442

DAY, Herbert John civil servant Hindmarsh 1922 Memorial 52/487

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DAY, James and John farmers Gawler River 1855 Memorial 173/132

By 1857, James Day was a farmer at Lower Light Memorial 174/132

DAY, James and John stockholders Gawler River 1858 Memorial 408/147

DAY, James farmer Humphrey Springs Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 7 County Gawler

DAY, James farmer Lower Light Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 8 County Gawler

DAY, James and John farmers Gawler River 1861 Application 2599

DAY, James farmer Alma Hundred of Alma land grant 1861[-1864] Grant Book 26 Page 9 County Gawler

DAY, James farmer Alma Plains 1864[-1877] Memorial 68/194

DAY, James sheepfarmer Alma Plains Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1873[-1886] Grant Book 19 Page 31 County Fergusson

DAY, James farmer formerly of Alma Plains but now of Plympton 1879 Memorial 10/319

DAY, James farmer Bay Road 1879 Memorial 235/318

DAY, James farmer Plympton 1879 Memorial 14/319

DAY, James the Younger farmer Warooka 1889 Memorial 123/397

DAY, James farmer Moorowie Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 36 County Fergusson

No 2

DAY, James engineer and founder Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 4 County Eyre

No 3

DAY, James prospector Kunanalling WA 1900 Memorial 95/441

No 4

DAY, James retired farmer Romford St, West Hindmarsh 1922 Memorial 184/485

DAY, J/TC greengrocer Aberdeen 1879 Memorial 146/316

DAY, James C of Robertstown 1888 Memorial 65/395

DAY, James Edward civil engineer Adelaide, power of attorney to Henry Hobhouse TURTON Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 22/12/1879 Deposit 77/1881

DAY, Jane married woman Magill 1914 Application 26314

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DAY, John farmer South Richmond 1846 Memorial 492/6

[No obvious link yet for this man in later life]

DAY, John of Richmond, died c1860. His whole estate to Anne ROBINSON widow Richmond absolutely Enrolment 58/41.

No 2 - the Elder

DAY, John blacksmith Adelaide 1842[-1844] Memorial 301/2

DAY, John blacksmith Adelaide 1842 Application 19654

DAY, John the Elder blacksmith Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 306/24

DAY, John the Elder of Angas St, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 10/54

DAY, John the Elder farrier Adelaide 1853 Memorial 489/55

DAY, John the Elder gentleman Kent Town 1860 Memorial 222/161

DAY, John the Elder of The Parade, Norwood, died c 1870. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Day. William Day of Norwood mentioned but not described Memorial 127/249

No 3 - the Younger

DAY, John the Younger and DAY, Thomas blacksmiths Kooringa 1851 Memorial 242/37.

DAY, John, Thomas, and James blacksmiths Adelaide trading under the firm of Day Brothers. The firm bought crown land at Emu Flat 1850 Memorial 275/30

DAY, John, William, Thomas and James blacksmiths Armagh 1853 Memorial 116/61

DAY, John the Younger publican Traveller’s Rest, Clare 1851 Memorial 318/34.

DAY, John the Younger and James farmers Watervale 1853 Memorial 176/51

DAY, John the Younger formerly blacksmith and farrier Adelaide now farmer Gawler 1853 Memorial 81/59

DAY, John the Younger stockholder Gawler River 1855[-1857] Memorial 170/89

DAY, John the Younger farmer Light River 1859 Memorial 313/150

DAY, John the Younger stockholder Saddleworth 1861 Memorial 239/174

DAY, John the Younger farmer Gawler River linked with James Day farmer Alma Plains 1863 Memorial 38/192

DAY, John the Younger farmer Wattle Grove near Saddleworth 1863 Application 4668

No 1

DAY, J Medway Baptist Minister Kapunda 1875 Memorial 13/286

DAY, John Medway journalist Adelaide 1886[-1887] Memorial 142/381

DAY, Leonard Andrew garage proprietor Main North Road Prospect and Glenzyl Jean Day his wife 1938 Memorial 71/512

DAY, Luke of Burra. His wife, Hester Miriam Day, died 13/4/1941 Burra Hospital Memorial 143/515

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

DAY, Richard labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 24312

DAY, Richard dairyman Prospect 1841 Application 6883

DAY, Richard dairyman Islington 1842 Memorial 83/17

DAY, Richard dairyman Islington 1842 Application 19029

DAY, Richard dairyman Tam O’Shanter Belt 1847[-1855] Memorial 413/8

DAY, Richard farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1851 Memorial 353/28

DAY, Richard farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt near Cheltenham 1852 Memorial 36/46

DAY, Richard farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853[-1890] Memorial 385/49, Application 1796, Application 21887

DAY, Richard farmer North Croydon 1899 Application 24069

DAY, Richard gentleman Croydon, died 31/3/1900. Husband of Ellen Hannah Day. Father of Thomas Day farmer Reeves Plains. Henry Day farmer Kangaroo Flat belonged to this family Memorials 195/440 & 30-31/441

DAY, Richard the Elder gentleman Croydon died 31/3/1900. All estate not money to be sold. Trust fund to be established. Keep the tomb of his first wife and himself in good repair. Provide £150 per annum for his second wife, Ellen Hannah Day, while she remained a widow. The rest of the annual income to go in equal shares to the children of Richard Day the Elder. Thomas Day farmer Croydon, Richard Day the Younger farmer Reeves Plains, William Day farmer Gawler; Henry Day farmer Reeves Plains, James Day farmer Virginia; Walter Day labourer Croydon; Elizabeth BOWHEY wife of John Bowhey farmer Kangaroo Flat; Mary Ann Day wife of Alfred Day farmer Kangaroo Flat; Harriet PLANT wife of Francis Plant farmer Manoora. After the widow died, the estate to be distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the living children. The family agreed that the will should be ignored here, and the proceeds distributed also to the children of any children of Richard Day who might have died 5/8/1901 Deposit 16/1915

No 2 - likely also the Elder at Tam O'Shanter Belt

DAY, Richard farmer Hindmarsh 1880 Memorial 155/322

No 3 - the Younger

DAY, Richard farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt Hundred of Grace land grant 1859[-1864] Grant Book 27 Page 15 County Gawler

DAY, Richard farmer Reeves Plains near Gawler 1896 Application 23246

No 4

DAY, Richard out of business Adelaide, died 2/9/1866, of paralysis, aged 79. His widow, Ann Day, sold a house belonging to him at Osmond Tce, Norwood, to the tenant, Anna WELLMANN spinster Norwood 1872 Application 11979

DAY, Ann widow Adelaide, died c1875. Mother of Elizabeth BURNET and Jane MAST wife of Edward William Mast of Adelaide. Executors: William Wadham land agent Adelaide and Gustav Degenhardt gentleman Adelaide Memorial 151/310

DAY, Ann widow Adelaide, died c1878. Her estate to go into trust, to pay the whole of the income to her daughter, Elizabeth BURNET widow Adelaide, free from any husband’s control, for life; afterwards, the estate to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally amongst the children of her two daughters, Elizabeth BURNET and Jane MAST, wife of Edward William MAST. Trustees: William WADHAM land agent and Gustav DEGENHARDT gentleman both of Adelaide Enrolment 2/53

No 1

DAY, Richard John cabinetmaker Kapunda 1864[-1866] Memorial 305/196

DAY, Richard John Prince of Wales Oddfellows Lodge trustee Kapunda 1870 Application 11089.

DAY, Richard John cabinetmaker Kapunda 1903 Application 24657

DAY, RJ undertaker's assistant Kapunda 1879 Application 22174

DAY, Richard Lemuel farmer Lewiston 1926 Memorial 98/495

No 1

DAY, Robert carpenter Adelaide 1846 Memorial 180/6

No 2

DAY, Robert farmer Pt Gawler, died 1/6/1899, aged 59 Memorial 111/442

No 3

DAY, Robert farmer Nairne. He rented land from the Smillie Estate 1882 Application 19038

DAY, Robert farmer Hay Valley 1890 Application 21927

DAY, Robert farmer Hay Valley near Nairne, died 30/4/1921. Husband of Mary Ann Day. Estate worth £5,500 Memorial 110/483

DAY, Mary Ann widow Nairne, aged 77 in 1936 . Mother of Bertram James Day labourer Nairne, born 20/10/1882. Niece to Thomas BOTT of Nairne Application 28031

No 1

DAY, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 406/41

DAY, Samuel farmer St Johns Wood 1854[-1858] Memorial 452/78

No 2

DAY, Samuel shepherd Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 410/49

DAY, Samuel of Scott Creek [near Nairne] 1854 Memorial 375/72

DAY, Samuel farmer Hay Valley Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 85 County Sturt

DAY, Samuel gentleman Hay Valley near Nairne, died 8/12/1889. Husband of Jane Day Memorial 97/470

DAY, Jane widow Goodwood 1913[-1915] relict of the late Samuel Day farmer Hay Valley near Nairne, died 27/6/1915. Her husband, Samuel Day, had died 8/12/1889. Parents of Eliza Day, by 1915 wife of Archibald MCPHAIL farmer Tarraville South Gippsland Vic, and Herbert Day farmer Hay Valley Memorials 161, 162/473, 11/474 & RPA Search 1759

No 3

DAY, Samuel blacksmith Auburn 1861 Memorial 97/179

No 4

DAY, Samuel the Younger bootmaker Hindmarsh 1874[-1879] Memorial 198/271

DAY, Susan widow Port Road, Bowden 1900 Application 24063

DAY, Susanna widow Gilberton relict of the late William Day formerly butcher Gilberton but now deceased. She leased a cottage [Acre 27 pt Section 425] belonging to John Thomas ALLEN farmer Gilberton [who owned Acres 25-27], facing the main road between Adelaide and Gumeracha and with the Torrens River to the rear, at £2/12/- for the rest of her natural life, apart from ‘one room in the said cottage for his own use and accommodation’. The butcher shop next door belonged to William FIELD butcher North Adelaide 1861 Memorial 88/179

No 1

DAY, Thomas and William stockholders Adelaide 1855 Memorial 465/83

DAY, Thomas and William stockholders Lower Light 1860 Application 1248

DAY, Thomas and William farmers formerly of Gumeracha but now of the Lower Light 1862 Memorial 13/188

DAY, Thomas formerly stockholder Lower Light but now wheelwright Pt Adelaide linked with William Day formerly stockholder Lower Light but now gentleman Kensington 1867 Memorial 203/224

No 2

DAY, Thomas sheepfarmer Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1864 Grant Book 26 Page 332 County Gawler

No 3

DAY, Thomas formerly farmer Reeves Plains but now out of business Croydon 1917 Application 26629

DAY, Walter merchant Moerangi, Otago, New Zealand Feb 1852 Cowandilla allotment purchase Memorial 174/46

Formerly of New Zealand but now of Adelaide Dec 1852 Memorial 176/46

No 1

DAY, Walter William storekeeper Millicent. Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 31 Page 298 County Grey

DAY, Walter William farmer Millicent 1886 Memorial 204/375

DAY, Catherine widow Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1889 Grant Book 31 Page 203 County Grey

No 1

DAY, William farmer Para Plains 1854[-1860] Memorial 256/72, Application 2013

No 2

DAY, William labourer Portland Estate 1865 Application 6207

No 3

DAY, William farmer Gordon. Trustee Bible Christian Chapel Gordon. Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

No 4 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

DAY, William teamster White Forest Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 44 County Newcastle

No 5

DAY, William farmer Reeves Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Ridley land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 154 County Sturt

DAY, William farmer Cournamont 1891 Memorial 178/409

DAY, William farmer Cournamont trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1888 Grant Book 58 Page 154 County Sturt

DAY, William farmer Cournamont. Hundred of Ridley land grant 1896 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

DAY, William Henry Israel farmer Caurnamont Co Sturt. Hundred of Forster land grant 1913 Grant Book 3 Page 32 County Albert

DAY, William P bank manager Redhill 1886 Memorial 19/374

DAY, William Samuel farmer Milang 1918 Application 26732

No 1

DAY, William Thomas farmer Thebarton Hundred of Gambier land grant 1859 Grant Book 30 Page 92 County Grey

No 2

DAY, William Thomas plumber Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 221/315

DAYE, George Phillips tinsmith Adelaide (Topham St) 1856 Memorial 50/109

No 1

DAYMAN, Albert Joseph of Cunliffe 1891 Memorial 120/409

DAYMAN, Albert Joseph of Tiparra linked with Henry Thomas Dayman farmer Paskeville 1891 Memorial 121/409

DAYMAN, Albert Joseph farmer Tiparra 1895 Memorial 248/423

DAYMAN, Albert Joseph farmer Cunliffe. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1898 Grant Book 14 Page 424 County Daly

DAYMAN, Hedley Hampton dairyman Burnside 1912 Memorial 156/467, Application 26156

DAYMAN, Henry Thomas farmer Kainton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 424 County Daly

DAYMAN, Herbert William fireman Walkerville. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

No 1

DAYMAN, Howard Herbert sand merchant Walkerville 1948 Memorial 105/523

DAYMAN, Howard Herbert and JAMES, Morris Victor sand merchants Walkerville 1966, Application 29638

No 1

DAYMAN, Thomas formerly labourer Adelaide 1841 but now farmer Dry Creek 1846 Application 15695

DAYMAN, Thomas formerly of Adelaide, but now farmer Dry Creek 1846. [Was there a family link with John STORER?] Memorial 105/7

DAYMAN, Thomas farmer North Para River 1853[-1857] Memorial 225/49

DAYMAN, Thomas farmer Salisbury 1858[-1865] Memorial 223/192, Application 4306

DAYMAN, Thomas farmer Para River 1864 Memorial 271/194

DAYMAN, T poundkeeper Salisbury 1874 Application 14008

DAYMAN, Thomas formerly of the North Para but now poundkeeper Salisbury 1876 Memorial 22/294

DAYMAN, Thomas farmer Salisbury, died 1883. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Mary Dayman, during her lifetime, then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to all his unnamed children. One of his sons, Thomas Dayman farmer Greens Plains East, was an executor Memorial 151/351

DAYMAN, Thomas farmer Salisbury, died 30/5/1883. Estate worth £100. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Mary Dayman, for life, and until after the 21st birthday of his youngest son, William Dayman, if his wife should die before that time. The entire estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst the children of Thomas Dayman Application 26193

No 2 – likely to be the same person

DAYMAN, Thomas the Younger farmer Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 324 County Daly

DAYMAN, Thomas farmer Moonta 1905 Memorial 237/452

No 1 – likely to be the same person

DAYMAN, William farmer Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 325 County Daly

DAYMAN, William farmer Smithfield 1882 Application 19309

DAYMOND, James and John George farmers Hundred of Dalrymple 1887 Memorial 126/386

DAYMOND, Thomas William printer Clarence Park. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1910 Grant Book 2 Page 19 County Adelaide

DEACON, Edward gentleman St Leonards on the sea 1851 Memorial 473/38

No 1

DEACON, Edwin storeman Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1852 Memorial 354/45

DEACON, Edwin licensed victualler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 132/71

DEACON, Edwin livery stable keeper Adelaide and The Cedars Section 253 Survey B Goodwood Rd, died 26/10/1867. His wife, Caroline Deacon, an executrix of the will Memorial 58/227

DEACON, Florence Anne married woman corner of Ferntree Gully Rd and Donald Rd, Wheeler Hill Vic 1960, born 8/2/1902 Hackham, a daughter of Augustin CONNOLE (Died 1937) son of Ellen Connole of Morphett Vale (not a highly educated person) daughter of Patrick AHEARN Application 29403

No 1

DEACON, Firmin gentleman St Leonards on the sea 1851 Memorial 473/38

DEACON, Firmin storeman Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 315/57

DEACON, Firmin publican Adelaide (Franklin St) 1857 Memorial 34/128

DEACON, Firmin collector Adelaide 1869 Memorial 214/240

DEACON, Firmin gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Emerald Hill near Melbourne Vic linked with William Archer Deacon gentleman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 32/295

DEACON, Richard night man Adelaide 1885 Application 20546

No 1

DEACON, William gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 473/38

DEACON, William the Younger died 29/1/1854 St Kilda Vic, intestate and unmarried. His father, William Archer Deacon gentleman Adelaide, inherited his son’s St Leonard’s allotments as heir at law Application 7730

No 2

DEACON, William miner Strathalbyn 1858[-1859] Memorial 177/137

No 1

DEACON, William Archer gentleman St Leonards on the sea 1851 Memorial 474/38

DEACON, William Archer clerk Clare 1887 Memorial 151/381

DEACON, William Archer booking clerk Clare and Elizabeth Mary Deacon his wife 1894. She was probably a daughter of James RICHARDS the Elder formerly wheelwright and machinist late out of business, who had died c1893 Application 22710

DEACON, William Archer the Elder heir at law of his son, William Deacon, who had died unmarried and intestate. Edward Deacon and Firmer Deacon gentlemen Adelaide linked with this family [probably sons of WA Deacon] 1866 Application 7730

DEADMAN, Nicholas farmer Clarendon 1862 Application 2824

DEAKIN, Charles William gentleman Magill 1868 Memorial 96/227

DEAKIN, JN (?) clerk to RB COLLEY land agent Adelaide 1868 Memorial 107/236

No 1

DEAKIN, Robert butcher Magill 1855[-1867] Memorial 224/82

DEAKIN, Robert butcher Magill, died 9/11/1876. The entire estate to his wife, Ellen Deakin, who lived in Payneham by December 1876 Memorial 120/336

At Felixtow Payneham by 1881 Memorial 121/336

DEAKIN, Robert butcher Magill died c1876. His widow, Ellen Deakin, formerly of Payneham, lived in Christchurch New Zealand by 1884 Application 20307

DEAKIN, Ellen widow Payneham 1878 Memorial 220/308

DEAKIN, Ellen widow Christchurch New Zealand, power of attorney to James BALLANTYNE agent Adelaide, to conduct her SA business affairs 22/9/1884 Deposit 98/1885

DEAN, Emma spinster Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 347/18

No 1

DEAN, George Henry stock agent Adelaide 1882[-1890] Memorial 39/345

DEAN, George Henry stocksalesman Adelaide 1901 Application 24303

DEAN, Captain George Henry sheep, cattle and station salesman Adelaide 1895[-1913] Memorial 72/424

DEAN, George Henry stock salesman Adelaide linked with the estate of the late William Dean formerly stockholder Campbelltown Estate 1897 Memorial 12/432

DEAN, George Henry stock and station agent Adelaide 1912 Memorial 45/467

DEAN, George Henry stock and station salesman Adelaide 1913 Memorial 200/468

DEAN, Henry A commercial traveller Fullarton 1885 Application 20624

No 1

DEAN, Herbert of Gawler 1858 Memorial 101/147

DEAN, Herbert storekeeper Gawler 1865 Memorial 321/207

No 1

DEAN, Horace doctor of medicine Angaston 1853 He bought Franklin House (Lots 45-47, 52-54, 133-137, 157, 158) in Angaston for £207/7/6 from GF Angas Memorial 303/56

No 2

DEAN, Horace draper Adelaide 1854[-1854] Memorial 153/67

DEAN, Horace draper North Adelaide 1862 Memorial 128/189

DEAN, Horace draper Adelaide 1877 Application 16390

No 1

DEAN, John farmer Cox Creek 1849[-1850] Memorial 432/18

DEAN, John farmer Woodside 1853 Memorial 147/52

DEAN, John licensed victualler Woodside 1853.. He leased the Woodside Inn, including 50 acres of land, for 5 years from 10/12/1852 at £2 a week from James JOHNSTON brewer Balhannah. Johnston reserved all timber on the property to himself 'beyond such part thereof only as may be necessary for repairing the demised premises or for firewood to be used only on the same premises'. J Dean had 'to purchase from the said James Johnston all colonial beer which shall be consumed on the said premises provided the same shall be of such goodness and quality and at such price as shall be usual in the dealings of the said James Johnston and his other customers'. Memorial 269/62

DEAN, John licensed victualler Oatlands Woodside Feb 1854 He gave up the lease of the Woodside Inn Memorial 105/64

DEAN, John stockholder of the Murray 1855[-1856]. In partnership with Augustus OLLIVER Memorial 299/91

DEAN, John publican Crafers Inn 1856 Memorial 191/110

DEAN, John licensed victualler Crafers Hotel 1857 He purchased the remainder of the lease for £500 from RD HAWKINS Memorial 195/114

Crafers Inn lease at £250 a year 1857 Memorial 247/114

DEAN, John yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1857 Memorial 247/128

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DEAN, John farmer Dawesley 1867 Memorial 34/222

DEAN, John formerly farmer Dawesley 1867 but now smelter Scott Creek near Nairne 1869 Application 9832

DEAN, Joseph engraver Unley 1847[-1851] Memorial 181/276

DEAN, Robert labourer Littlehampton 1858[-1859] Memorial 162/144

No 1

DEAN, Thomas farmer Pt Wakefield 1859 Memorial 145/151

DEAN, Thomas farmer and butcher Pt Wakefield 1862 Memorial 38/185

No 1

DEAN, William farmer Angas Park 1848 Memorial 381/11

No 2

DEAN, William cattle dealer Campbelltown 1859 Memorial 278/151

DEAN, William stockholder Campbelltown 1865[-1872] Memorial 292/207

DEAN, William stockholder Campbelltown and Esther Dean his wife 1875 Memorial 154/297

DEAN, William cattle salesman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 99/226

DEAN, William and Edward LAUGHTON stock and station salesmen Adelaide carrying on business under the style or firm of Dean, Laughton & Co, became bankrupts in 1873 Memorial 173/336

DEAN, William and Edward LAUGHTON stock and station agents trading as Dean, Laughton & Co, became bankrupts 19/2/1877. Excellent descriptions of the properties they owned in SA and the Northern Territory, together with lists of the equipment and furnishings 1881 Application 18621

DEAN, William stock and station agent Adelaide 1877[-1887] Memorial 20/306, Application 15698

DEAN, William agent Campbelltown Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 284 County Grey

DEAN, William auctioneer Adelaide 1880 Memorial 11/322

DEAN, William gentleman Campbelltown 1896 Application 23086

DEAN, WS grazier Adelaide 1914 Memorial 6/502

DEANE, Allen merchant Stepney 1856 Memorial 215/105

No 1 - probably the same person

DEANE, David carpenter Lower Mitcham 1862 Memorial 194/183

DEANS, David formerly of Mitcham but now farmer Warracknabeal Vic 1900 Memorial 165/441

No 1

DEANE, George gentleman Adelaide 1839. Local attorney for Robert ALSOP chemist Chelsea, Middlesex, England. Enrolment 95/10

DEANE, George general agent Adelaide 1839 Application 3305

DEANE, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide now of Watergate near Macclesfield 1842 Application 24094

DEANE, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Watergate Meadows Special Survey and Rachel Deane his wife 1842[-1843] Memorial 359/2

DEANE, George formerly merchant Adelaide but now farmer Mt Barker and Rachel Deane his wife 1843 Memorial 189/3

DEANE, George storekeeper Glen Osmond, died c1857. He left a widow, Rachel Deane of Glen Osmond, and three daughters - Ellen Maria MITCHELL wife of Thomas William Mitchell draper North Adelaide, and Margaret and Mary Deane spinsters North Adelaide Memorial 63/132

DEANE, Rachel widow Glen Osmond 1857 Memorial 295/127

DEANE, George Arthur grazier Mt Pleasant 1954 Memorial 85/529

DEANE, John farmer Mt Pleasant 1893 Memorial 244/417

DEANS, David carpenter Lower Mitcham 1877 Application 16180

DEANS, Elizabeth widow Glenelg 1894 Memorial 6/421

DEANS, Isaac farmer Upper Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 125/81

DEARDEN, Charles timber merchant Pt Augusta 1881 Memorial 75/333

DEARING, Mr stevedore Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26079

DEARLOVE, Alfred teacher Black Springs 1890 Memorial 25/403

DEARLOVE, Richard labourer Redruth 1876 Memorial 236/291

DEARLOVE, William sheepfarmer Hundred of Ketchowla 1893 Memorial 1/420

DEARMAN, Burton Stirling and Ernest William Dearman both farmers Lobethal linked with Margaret Dixon Dearman widow Lobethal 1919 Memorial 109/478

No 1

DEARMAN, David Colleige station manager Kappawanta Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 48 Page 103 County Musgrave

DEARMAN, David Colleige sheepfarmer Hundred of Way Co Musgrave 1897 Memorial 40/431

DEARMAN, Frederick George linked with Section 478 Hundred of Way Co Musgrave 1897 Memorial 120/431

No 1

DEARMAN, William clerk to Henry JOHNSON solicitor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 355/49

DEARMAN, William clerk to Rupert INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 249/54

DEARMAN, William clerk to Richard HICKS solicitor Adelaide 1854[-1861] Memorial 24/74, Application 13709

DEARMAN, William clerk to Messrs HICKS & DALY solicitors Adelaide 1864 Memorial 248/192

DEARMAN, William solicitor Adelaide (City Chambers) 1866 Memorial 218/210

DEARMAN, William solicitor Adelaide Adelaide Permanent Land and Building Association trustee1875 Application 14212

DEARMAN, William proctor Central Chambers, Adelaide 1884 Memorial 175/413

DEARMAN, William solicitor Central Chambers Adelaide 1886. Formerly clerk for the firm of HANSON & HICKS 1865 Applications 21113/21114

No 2

DEARMAN, William sheepfarmer Hundred of Way 1897 Memorial 39/431

DE BAIS, John Constantine draper Kapunda and Jane Mary De Bais his wife formerly known as Jane Mary BLOFFWITCH 1914 Memorial 163/471

DEBNAM, Henry labourer Owen Owen township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 27 Page 445 County Gawler

DEBNEY, Frederick master mariner Adelaide 1874 Application 13581

DEBNEY, George upholsterer Adelaide 1861 Memorial 451/179

No 1

DEBNEY, George Leonard sheepfarmer The Gums Crystal Brook. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 478 County Victoria

DEBNEY, George Leonard farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1875[-1876] Grant Book 60 Page 216 County Victoria

DEBNEY, George Leonard farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee Bible Christian Mission House Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 221 County Victoria

DEBNEY, George Leonard of Crystal Brook 1876 Memorial 98/290

DEBNEY, George Leonard sheepfarmer Burnside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 225 County Victoria

DEBNEY, George Leonard farmer Crystal Brook 1878[-1880] Memorial 17/306, Application 18251

DEBNEY, George Leonard squatter NSW 1887 Memorial 53/386

No 1

DEBNEY, George Robert cabinetmaker Burnside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 229 County Victoria

DEBNEY, George Robert gentleman Frederick St, Gilberton, died 15/5/1897. Husband of Mary Debney nee LAUGHTON sister to Edward Laughton gentleman Tehel Hebir Medindie. Mrs Debney was step-mother to Ellen Matilda PRINCE wife of Lloyd Prince merchant Mitcham (daughter of GR Debney by his previous wife); also sister-in-law to Sarah Watson Needeham Laughton wife of Edward Laughton and Elizabeth Laughton wife of George Laughton gentleman Navarino Walkerville Memorials 183 & 184/459

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DEBNEY, Robert formerly of Brick Lane, Spitalfields , London, Middlesex, England but now of Adelaide 1838 Memorial 136/182

DEBNEY, Robert farmer Adelaide 1840 Application 16421

DEBNEY, Robert farmer Reedbeds and Margaret Debney his wife 1848 Memorial 342/12

DEBNEY, Robert upholsterer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 389/100

DEBNEY, Robert upholsterer Adelaide had died by 1873. Hepzibah HALLIDAY mention in the will had become Hepzibah WESTWOOD by 1873 Memorial 106/269

DEBNEY, Robert in Adelaide by 1840. As a gentleman Burnside, he died 30/7/1864. His personal effects to his wife, Margaret Debney, absolutely. £60 a year from the estate for life and the life long use in trust of their home at Burnside. After her death, the home to go to George Robert Debney upholsterer Adelaide absolutely in remainder expectant, who had to pay out £200 into the estate. Other children mentioned included - Rebecca MOSS wife of Edward Moss ironmonger Adelaide, Margaret FIELDER wife of John Fielder farmer Reedbeds, and Hephzibah HALLIDAY wife of James Halliday printer Burnside (she had the right to live in her father’s rental home on lot 29 Burnside for life, after which the property went to GR Debney, on payment of £150 into the estate). Estate worth £4000 Application 22046

No 1
DEBNEY, William mariner Gawler 1848 Memorial 300/12

DEBNEY, William master mariner Brighton 1854 Memorial 292/79

No 1

DEBUS, John Philipp Christian innkeeper Adelaide 1840 Application 23960

DEBUS, Johann Christian Philipp licensed victualler Adelaide 1840 Memorial 205/419

DEBUS, Johann Christian Philipp formerly licensed victualler but then farmer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 105/4

DEBUS, Johann Christian Philipp formerly farmer Adelaide (Sections 495, 504 Survey B ), but now dealer Sydney NSW 1844 Memorial 48/4

DEBUS, Johann Christian Philipp [formerly of Sydney but now] yeoman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 247/11

DE CASTRO, Hananel Esquire South St, Finsbury, Middlesex, England, died 23/3/1849. All his land in SA, in the Springfield and Hurtle Vales Estates and the Currency Creek Special Survey to his wife Deborah De Castro, in trust for their son, Joseph DE CASTRO a minor. Mrs De Castro gave power of attorney 24/5/1849 to Benjamin Mendes DA COSTA presently staying in Cheltenham, Glos, England, but shortly proceeding to SA, and John HANCE gentleman Adelaide, to manage her estates. Deborah De Castro died 5/9/1854. Joseph de Castro gentleman 3 York Place, Portman Square, Middlesex, England, became 21 on 13/3/1855. He gave power of attorney to John HANCE Official assignee, George HANCE barrister both Adelaide, and Benjamin DA COSTA gentleman 84 Gower St, Middlesex, to manage his SA estates 6/12/1855 Enrolment 26/6

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DECAUX, Felix farmer Yankalilla 1852 Memorial 150/43.

DECAUX, Felix farmer Meadows 1854[-1867] Memorial 16/72

Application 8696

DECAUX, Felix farmer Willunga 1855[-1861] Enrolment/

DECAUX, Felix farmer Yankalilla 1869 Memorial 212/241

DECAUX, Felix farmer Willunga 1872 Application 11962

DECAUX, Felix the Elder farmer Lower Meadows near Willunga and Martha Decaux his wife. Felix Decaux the Younger farmer Lower Meadows near Willunga one of the children 1874 Memorial 26/303

DECAUX, Felix farmer Lower Meadows near Willunga, died c1877. Husband of Martha Decaux. Father of Emma Selina MCMURTRIE and Martha Decaux, also Philip Decaux, Alfred Decaux and Frederick Decaux. Executors; Thomas WHITE farmer Yankalilla and James MURDOCK farmer Rapid Bay Memorial 151/396

DE CAUX, Felix the Elder farmer Lower Meadows near Willunga died 12/8/1877. He left his wife, Martha Decaux, with a life interest in trust in his farm, then to his eldest son, Felix Decaux the Younger absolutely in remainder expectant. Other children included - Emma Selina MCMURTRIE, Martha Decaux, Philip Decaux, Alfred Decaux, and Frederick Decaux 1889 Application 21609

DE CAUX, Felix formerly the Younger, Philip, Alfred and Frederick sheep farmers Willunga 1881 Application 18601

DECAUX, Felix farmer Willunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1900[-1926] Grant Book 2 Page 98 County Adelaide

No 1

DE CAUX, Frederick farmer Lower Meadows near Willunga, was 21 on 3/1/1889. Youngest son of Felix Decaux farmer Lower Meadows near Willunga and his wife, Martha Decaux 1889 Application 21608

DECAUX, Frederick farmer Willunga 1898 Memorial 61/436

DECAUX, Frederick farmer Dingabledinga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 101 County Adelaide

DECAUX, Frederick Vaughan railway porter Peterborough 1944 Application 28391

DECAUX, Philip farmer Willunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1900 Grant Book 2 Page 97 County Adelaide

DECHERT, Carl Hermann August linked with Section 124 Hundred of Schomburgk Co Burra 1884 Memorial 98/377

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DECHERT, Friedrich shoemaker Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 94/76

DECHERT, Friedrich storekeeper Stepney 1863[-1872] Memorial 73/187

DECHERT, Friedrich storekeeper formerly of Stepney 1863 but now of Norwood 1875 Application 14730

DECHERT, Dorothea Sophie widow Norwood widow of the late Christian Friedrich Dechert of Norwood 1880 Application 18120

No 1

DECHERT, Friedrich Julius licensed victualler Strathalbyn 1880 Memorial 200/327

DECHERT, Friedrich Julius gentleman formerly of near Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1885 Memorial 107/371

DE COQUE, John Vincent storekeeper Kingscote Kangaroo Island 1883 Memorial 99/355 Farmer Queenscliffe Kangaroo Island, became a bankrupt in 1884 Memorial 214/355

DECOUCEY, Charles labourer Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 95 County Daly

No 1 - possibly the same person

DEDMAN, James labourer Brighton 1856 Memorial 74/97

DEDMAN, James carter Pt Adelaide 1859[-1863] Memorial 150/149

Carter Portland Estate 1872 Memorial 22/261

DEDMAN, James formerly labourer Brighton 1856 but now railway labourer Freeling 1877 Application 16071

No 1

DEE, John Michael farmer Balaklava 1922 Memorial 16/485

DEE, John Michael farmer Tarlee 1926 Memorial 148/494

No 1

DEEBLE, Malachi miner Burra Burra Mines 1849 Memorial 140/20

DEEBLE, Malachi stockholder Adelaide 1857 Memorial 255/120

DEEBLE, Malachi farmer Mt Samuel 1857[-1861] Memorial 1/131

DEEBLE, Malachi farmer Skillogolee Creek 1858[-1860] Memorial 179/251

Mining agent Moonta Mines 1871 Memorial 181/251

DEEBLE, Malachi formerly of Skillogolee Creek but then of Moonta and Jane Thomas Deeble his wife. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 128 County Stanley

DEEBLE, Malachi of Moonta Mines 1887 Memorial 32/385

DEEBLE, Malachi mine captain formerly of near Moonta but now of Medindie 1888[-1889] Memorial 45/394

DEEBLE, Malachi gentleman Medindie, died 22/2/1904. Father of Martha WEARNE wife of John Wearne farmer Kadina, Sarah CARTER wife of Henry Carter sheepfarmer Clare, Jane Deeble, William Henry Deeble and Herbert John Deeble schoolteacher Smithfield. Estate worth £4,700 Memorial 154/461

DEEBLE, Margaret of Gladstone nee SANDISON a daughter of the late Isabella Bannerman Sandison formerly widow Glenelg now deceased linked with William Henry Deeble storekeeper Gladstone 1899 Memorial 132/438

DEECKS, Gottlob farmer Schreiberau Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 336 County Light

DEED, Edward sawyer Hammersmith 1845 Memorial 248/5

DEED, Ray bootmaker Pt Elliot 1924 Application 27243

DEED, Robert retired dairyman 19 Jervois St, Vermont 1947 Application 28509

DEEGAN, James carter Gawler River 1850 Memorial 243/31

DEEHAN, Malachi butcher Adelaide 1851 Memorial 344/32

DEEHAN, Owen of Sturt St, Adelaide 1860 Memorial 51/165

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DEEHAN, Patrick farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 171/21

DEEHAN, Patrick the Younger publican Adelaide 1853[-1857] [Confusion here - he was only in charge of a hotel beween 1853/1854. GRO research links him with Patrick James Deehan cattle salesman and commission agent Sandhurst Vic 1861] Memorial 209/57 & RPA Search 836

DEEHAN, Patrick licensed victualler Adelaide (Currie St) 1853[-1854] Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 472/60

DEELEY, Charles Ernest ironmonger Adelaide (Hindley St) 1879[-1887] Memorial 211/319

DEELEY, Ebenezer Henry gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province and reside in parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Charles Ernest Deeley and Thomas EYRES merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA affairs 28/5/1881. 22/3/1882 CE Deeley had his right to be an attorney revoked Deposits 63 & 65/1882

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DEEN, Michael farmer near Navan 1880 Application 18044

DEEN, Michael farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1890 Memorial 77/402

No 1

DEENEY, John cornfactor Adelaide (Currie St) 1881 Memorial 132/333

DEENEY, John [formerly cornfactor Adelaide but now] licensed victualler Yankalilla 1883 Memorial 109/353

DEENEY, John Chrysostom gentleman Glenelg 1909 Memorial 86/461

DEENEY, Mary Jane widow Adelaide (Hutt St), died c1907. She left her entire estate to John Chrysostom student Glenelg Memorial 136/464

DEENOW, Friedrich farmer District of Mudla Wirra 1862 Memorial 244/185

DEER, George farmer Franklin Harbour trustee School Hundred of Minbrie Hundred of Minbrie land grant 1897 Grant Book 39 Page 176 County Jervois

DEER, James labourer Happy Valley 1854[-1871] Memorial 168/79

No 1

DEER, James Kelly farmer Telowie 1890 Memorial 129/402

DEER, James Kelly farmer Telowie linked with Reuben Deer farmer Franklin Harbour 1892 Memorial 141/412

DEER, James Kelley farmer Telowie trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Telowie land grant 1894 Grant Book 24 Page 775

DEER, James Kelley out of business 24 Robert St, Unley 1936 Application 28007

DEER, James Roy land salesman 1 Rutherglen Ave, Collinswood 1955 Memorial 87/530

No 1

DEER, John farmer Franklin Harbour trustee School Hundred of Minbrie Hundred of Minbrie land grant 1897 Grant Book 39 Page 176 County Jervois

No 2

DEER, John of Milang. His wife, Ada Jane Deer, died 18/10/1942. Mother of Dorothy Louisa KEOUGH wife of Hughie Keough electricial Strathalbyn, Ada PERRY, Clyde Albert PAVY, Jean Olive Pavy, Thomas Albert Pavy and Rita Rose SUTHERLAND Memorial 190/516

No 1

DEER, Reuben farmer Cowell trustee Institute Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

DEER, Reuben farmer Franklin Harbour trustee School Hundred of Minbrie Hundred of Minbrie land grant 1897 Grant Book 39 Page 176 County Jervois

DEER, Reuben farmer Franklin Harbour 1901 Memorial 100/442

DEER, Reuben farmer Cowell Franklin Harbour 1905 Memorial 19/454

DEER, William the Younger sailor Pt Adelaide 1898 Application 23651

No 1

DEERING, Samuel secretary to the SA Attorney-General Adelaide 1869 Memorial 231/241

DEERING, Samuel gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Frederick James SANDERSON of Adelaide, to sell his real estate in the province 8/9/1874 Deposit 92/1883

No 1

DEEX, David the Younger sail maker Pt Adelaide 1892[-1896] Application 22203, Memorial 16/500

DEEX, David the Younger shipchandler Pt Adelaide 1894 Application 22679

DEEX, David ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1927 Application 27597

DEEX, David retired 4 Durham Tce, Alberton, died 16/7/1942. Husband of Christina Deex. Father of Vera and Olga Deex. Brother to Mary Ann FORWARD. Uncle to Howard Deex, and Jack Clarence Deex Memorial 14/517

DEEX, Howard assistant salesman Bowden 1918 Application 26701

No 1

DEGACHER, Blanche postmistress Nairne 1931, used to own allotments in Nairne for grazing cows after she had cleared the land of furze and stones Application 27833

DE GACHER, Blanche formerly post mistress Nairne 1909 but now retired Federal public servant The Byethorne Estate near Nairne 1935 Application 27961

No 1

DEGARIS, Elisha carpenter Pt Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 447/84

Atlas Land, Building and Investment Society member 1857 Memorial 177/126

DE GARIS, Elisha builder Wallaroo 1863 Memorial 147/189

DEGARIS, Elisha builder Wallaroo. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1864 Grant Book 14 Page 115 County Daly

DE GARIS, Elisha carpenter Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 16/206

DE GARIS, Elisha builder Kincraig 1868 Memorial 50/233

DEGARIS, Elisha builder Narracoorte 1871 Application 11496

DEGARIS, Elisha builder Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1877[-1880] Grant Book 50 Page 112 County Robe

DE GARIS, Elisha builder Naracoorte. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Naracoorte 1878 Application 16584

DEGARIS, Elisha labourer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1899 Grant Book 50 Page 118 County Robe

No 1

DE GARIS, Lucas labourer Naracoorte 1878. Naracoorte Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 16584

DEGARIS, Lucas farmer Narracoorte 1883 Memorial 65/350

DEGARIS, Lucas farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Robertson land grant 1885 Grant Book 50 Page 176 County Robe

DE GARIS, Lucas auctioneer Narracoorte 1886[-1888] Application 21076, Memorial 45/391

No 1

DE GARIS, Nicholas of Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 415/93

DEGARIS, Nicholas cabinetmaker Pt Adelaide 1866[-1870] Application 7964, Memorial 56/249

DE GARIS, Nicholas cabinetmaker Portland Estate 1876 Memorial 179/295

DE GARIS, Nicholas carpenter Portland Estate 1884 Application 20303

No 1

DEGENHARDT, Carl Hermann farmer Hahndorf 1854[-1856] Memorial 75/64

DEGENHARDT, Carl Hermann yeoman The Bremer 1860 Memorial 36/165

No 1

DEGENHARDT, Gustav farmer Happy Valley 1851 Memorial 476/31

DEGENHARDT, Gustav farmer Gawler Plains 1853[-1860] Memorial 204/55

DEGENHARDT, Gustav farmer near Salisbury 1866 Memorial 183/216

DEGENHARDT, Gustav farmer near Smithfield 1868[-1872] Memorial 19/259, Application 11896

No 2

DEGENHARDT, G clerk for CULLEN & WIGLEY solicitors Exchange Offices Adelaide (King William St) 1869 Application 9947

DEGENHARDT, G clerk to Messrs CULLEN & WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide 1872[-1877] Memorial 149/264

DEGENHARDT, Gustav chief clerk in the firm of CULLEN & WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide 1877. He had retired from this position by 1884. [Had the firm ceased to operate?] Application 20037

DEGENHARDT, Gustav solicitor Adelaide 1878 Memorial 10/315

DEGENHARDT, Gustav solicitor Orroroo 1882[-1891] Memorial 121/345

DEGENHARDT, Gustav F of Adelaide 1866 Memorial 52/215

DEGENHARDT, Gustav Julius Wilhelm farmer Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 6/86

No 1

DEGENHARDT, Johann Carl August of Redruth 1851 Memorial 208/30

DEGENHARDT, Johann Carl August farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 328/81

DEGENHARDT, August licensed victualler Maid and Magpie Hotel Stepney 1857 Memorial 21/122

DEGENHARDT, Johann Carl August formerly farmer Gawler Plains but now innkeeper Stepney 1860 Memorial 66/164

DEGENHARDT, August publican Globe Inn, Kensington 21-year lease from Robert PEPPERELL Esquire Norwood 1861 Memorial 270/178

DEGENHARDT, August publican Kensington 1869 Application 9667

DEGENHARDT, Johann Heinrich Friedrich farmer Gawler Plains 1850[-1857] Memorial 56/25

DEGENHARDT, Lina widow Norwood relict of the late Gustav Degenhardt formerly farmer Salisbury now deceased 1870 Memorial 201/248

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DEGENHARDT, Louis carter Adelaide 1853[-1854] Linked with Albert STOECKEL Memorial 7/61

DEGENHARDT, Louis [Formerly carter Adelaide but now] farmer Goodwood 1854[-1864] Memorial 31/79

 

DEGENHARDT, Louis formerly carter Goodwood but now farmer Light River 1858 Memorial 34/133

DEGENHARDT, Louis yeoman Norwood 1867 Memorial 171/225

DEGENHARDT, Louis the Elder carter Charles St, Kensington and Honora Degenhardt his wife. Children included - 2 sons Robert and Louis Degenhardt the Younger, and 3 daughters Mary, Ann and Elizabeth Degenhardt. Gustav Degenhardt gentleman Adelaide and Gustav Degenhardt farmer Salisbury connected to this family in some way 1870 Memorial 120/257

DEGENHARDT, Louis the Elder carter Charles St, Kensington, certain real estate in trust to his wife, Honora Degenhardt, for life, then to sell when their youngest child turns 21, and the proceeds to be shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant - Mary Degenhardt, Ann Degenhardt, Elizabeth Degenhardt, Robert Degenhardt, and Louis Degenhardt the Younger. Trustees; Gustav Degenhardt gentleman Adelaide and Gustav Degenhardt farmer Salisbury voluntary settlement 21/7/1870 Application 21288

DEGENHARDT, Ludwig farmer Goodwood born Altenau, Hanover Application 11016

DEGENHARDT, Mr carter Kensington 1877 Application 16354

DEGENHARDT, Louis carter Kensington 1879[-1881] Memorial 168/315

DEGENHARDT, Louis carter Kensington and Honora Degenhardt his wife 1882 Application 19535

DEGIDAN, Thomas labourer Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 60/271

DEGNER, Johann farmer Tothill Belt 1876 Memorial 109/291

No 1

DEGNER, Johann Friedrich Christian farmer Klemzig 1857 Memorial 92/118

DEGNER, Johann Friedrich Christian the Younger contractor Hundred of Eba trustee unnamed school 1894 Grant Book 18 Page 21 C

DEGOLARDI, John the Elder printer and photographer Balmain NSW, power of attorney to Richard Bullock ANDREWS and Alfred BONNIN solicitors Adelaide, to attend to his SA business affairs 22/7/1880 Deposit 142/1880

No 1
DEHANE, George stationer Adelaide (King William St) 1850 Memorial 216/26

DEHANE, George printer Adelaide, died 23/12/1864 Parkside. He left his entire estate to his wife, Martha Dehane, absolutely. Estate worth £3,000 Application 19690

DEHANE, Martha widow of Adelaide and of Wolverhampton, England 1884 Memorial 45/357

MATTHEWS, Jessie Agnes wife of Charles Matthews manufacturer Wolverhampton, Staffs, England [and daughter of the late George Dehane of Adelaide], power of attorney to Beaumont Arnold MOULDEN and Bayfield Moulden solicitors Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 25/9/1890 Deposit 109/1890

DEHANE, Patrick butcher Adelaide (Sturt St) 1848 Memorial 473/12

No 1
DE HORNE, John Wild gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England 1851 Memorial 73/37.

DE HORNE, John Wild formerly of Adelaide, but now of the Stock Exchange, London, Middlesex, and Jacob HAGEN formerly of Adelaide, but now of Winkfield, Co Berks, England, power of attorney to Samuel TOMKINSON Manager of the Bank of Australasia Adelaide, to manage Section 55, Survey C, which they owned jointly 23/2/1857 Deposit 345/1858.

DE HORNE, John Wild Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of the Stock Exchange, London, Middlesex, England 1858 Memorial 68/144

DEICHMANN, Alfred farmer Magill 1887 Application 21181

No 1 - probably the same person

DEICHMANN, George Ludwig gentleman Kensington 1850[-1854] Memorial 27/21

DEICHMANN, Ludwig farmer Woodforde 1856 Memorial 254/96

DEICHMANN, Ludwig farmer Woodforde and Auguste Deichmann his wife 1857 Memorial 227/114

DEICHMANN, Ludwig farmer Woodforde, power of attorney to his wife, Auguste Deichmann, to manage his SA business affairs 17/1/1857 Deposit 66/1857.

DEICHMANN, Ludwig farmer Woodforde but now absent from the province 1857 Memorial 123/132

DEIMEL, Ignatz of Hahndorf left for the Victorian diggings c24/5/1853. He had married his wife, Cornelia nee APPELKAMP, on 28/4/1846 Geseke near Paderborn, Westphalia, Rhenish Prussia. Children of the marriage as at 1875 – Julius Deimel bootmaker Gambiertown b 5/7/1848, Auguste Ehmcke nee Deimel wife of Johann Wilhelm Ehmcke timber merchant Adelaide b 24/10/1847 and Johann John Paul Deimel bootmaker Adelaide b 9/12/1850 Application 14196

No 1

DEIMEL, Julius shoemaker Mt Gambier dealt with real estate in Hahndorf 1875-1876 Application 14196

DEIMEL, Julius bootmaker Kincraig 1878 Application 16978

DEIMEL, Julius Joseph clerk Adelaide and Eliza Annie Deimel his wife 1896 Application 27805

DE JACQUES, George butcher Wooloomooloo NSW (but present whereabouts unknown) and Amelia Georgiana De Jacques his wife 1884 Application 20288

DEKIEVIT, Arie labourer Blyth Plains Hundred of Melville land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 81 County Fergusson

DELACY, James farmer Pekina 1897[-1898] Memorial 215/430

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DELACY, James Patrick labourer Third Creek 1849 Memorial 288/15

DELACY, James Patrick farmer Black Forest 1856[-1857] Memorial 191/114

DELACY, Janie spinster formerly of Pt Lincoln, now of 95 Greenhill Rd, Toorak Gardens 1945, declared that she had been born on 24/5/1888. Between 1894-1937, she lived in the RC Presbytery at Pt Lincoln Application 28424

DE LA HANT, WIlliam Jasper of Charleston 1857 Memorial 93/123

No 1

DE LA HAYE, Thomas Narcissus boatman Milang 1865 Application 6834

DE LA HAYE, Thomas fishmonger Milang, died 26/11/1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ellen de la Haye Memorial 79/380

DELAHAYE, Thomas fishmonger Milang, died 26/11/1865. His widow, Ellen De La Haye of Milang, married John EGAN on 7/10/1869. No record of the death of John Egan or of Ellen Egan, who apparently changed her name to Ellen HAGEN. Mrs Hagen died c1918. Mother of Thomas Hagen station hand Meningie and William John Hagen labourer Hindmarsh Island [A very tangled story with no firm dates to sort events properly] Memorial 96/530 & RPA Searches 1544 & 1545

DE LA HAYE, Ellen widow Milang 1869 Memorial 243/241

No 1

DELAHUNTY, Mark RC clergyman Salisbury 1888 Application 21697

DELAHUNTY, Mark Roman Catholic clergyman Manoora 1896 Memorial 127/427, Application 23114

DELAINE, James bank clerk Minlaton 1924 Application 27483

No 1

DELAINE, Mathurin Charles Leon coachpainter Adelaide leased Robert BURNARD the Younger's paint shop in Pirie St 1873[-1876] Memorial 168/268

DE LAINE, Mathurin Charles Leon carriage printer Norwood 1902 Application 24478

No 1 – the Elder

DELAMERE, Richard stockholder Stony Gap Apoinga near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1866 Grant Book 8 Page 64 County Burra

DELAMERE, Richard farmer Stony Gap Co Burra. Hundred of Stanley land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 180 County Stanley

No 2 – the Younger

DELAMERE, Richard the Younger butcher Hallett 1891 Memorial 228/409

DELAMERE, Richard butcher Ulooloo 1894 Memorial 8/423

No 1

DELAND, Benjamin Edward carpenter Gawler 1860 Memorial 294/165

DELAND, Benjamin Edward architect Gawler 1886 Application 20967

DELAND, Benjamin Edward miller Gawler 1894 Memorial 23/421

DELAND, Edward Campbell miller Blyth and Madelina Isabel Deland his wife 1919 Application 26760

DELANEY, JP labourer McLaren Vale 1920 Memorial 69/481

DELANEY, William bailiff of the Gawler local court Gawler South 1881 Application 18579

DELANO, FS banker's clerk Adelaide (Flinders St) 1875 Memorial 212/282

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DELANO, William of Flinders St, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 246/207

DELANO, William collector Adelaide 1885 Memorial 214/367

DELANY, Daniel Joseph linen draper Adelaide about to marry Maria COGHLAN spinster Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 175/40

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DELANY, John storekeeper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 322/101

DELANY, John draper Adelaide (King William St) 1869. He had know Bartholomew FALLON for 12 years. Application 10532

DELANY, John draper Adelaide 1871 Memorial 199/251

No 2

DELANY, John labourer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 149/350

DELANY, Patrick labourer Noarlunga 1851 Memorial 373/38.

DELANY, Thomas of Blanchetown 1885 Memorial 24/364

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DELANY, Timothy yeoman near Woodside 1856 Memorial 17/99

DELANY, Timothy farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 35/137

DELANY, Timothy farmer near Templers and Ann Delany his wife 1858 Memorial 124/138

DELANY, Timothy farmer near Templers 1869 Memorial 239/243

No 1

DELANY, William farmer near Woodside 1856 Memorial 66/97

DELANY, William farmer [formerly of near Woodside but now of] near Templers 1863[-1866] Memorial 76/191

DELANY, William storekeeper Templers 1866 Memorial 144/215

DE LA POER BERESFORD, Richard solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now of Fremantle WA 1904[-1917] Memorial 87/451

DE LA TASTE, Charles merchant Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 271/58

No 1

DELBRIDGE, James farmer near Kapunda 1863[-1877] Memorial 155/187

DELBRIDGE, James of Allen Creek 1876 Application 15657

DELBRIDGE, James gentleman Allendale near Kapunda. Allendale Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 1564 Hundred of Kapunda ) trustee 1889 Application 21691

DELBRIDGE, Pearce manager Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1897 Memorial 149/430

DELBRIDGE, Thomas James miner Moonta Mines 1873 Memorial 121/264

No 1

DELCHAU, Eduard miller near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

DELCHAU, Eduard farmer near Woodside and Luise Delchau his wife 1864 Memorial 189/200

DELCHAU (wrongly registered as DALEAU), Eduard labourer near Woodside, died 19/7/1865 of heart diseased age not given. Husband of Luise Delchau, who died 19/3/1917 Oakbank. Had a life interest in pt Section 5018 Hundred of Onkaparinga. The Delchaus had a daughter, Wilhelmine PEARSON wife of Stephen William Henry Pearson labourer Oakbank. The family also had John Ramsay THOMSON estate agent Woodside 1917 as a friend. Mrs Delchau's estate worth £250. She left a son and daughter living and two daughters deceased Memorials 179 & 180/475 & RPA Search 2446

DE LEON, Hananel physician 26 Redcliffe Gardens, Brompton, Middlesex, England, died 19/10/1889, of senile degeneration of the cerebral vessels, aged 91. An Executor of the Da Costa Estate Deposit 33/1891.

DELEVANTE, David farmer Alberton 1871 Memorial 4/257

DE LISLE, Richard Francis Valpy Assistant Surgeon to the 96th Foot Regiment Adelaide 1845 Memorial 282/5

No 1

DELISSER, Alfred surveyor Adelaide 1856[-1864] Memorial 231/103, Application 660

DELISSER, Alfred surveyor Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1856 Grant Book 1 Page 299 County Adelaide

DELISSER, Alfred Esquire Kilmore Vic. He owned land in the Hundred of Yatala 1869 Memorial 117/240

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DELISSER, Edmund Alexander farmer Elliston Para Plains 1853[-1857] Memorial 359/48

DELISSER, Edmund Alexander gentleman Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1856 Grant Book 1 Page 299 County Adelaide

DELISSER, EA Government Surveyor Adelaide 1858[-1859] Memorial 18/146

DELISSER, Edmund Alexander surveyor Adelaide 1859 Application 660

DE LITTLE, Henry builder Adelaide (Light Square) 1840 Memorial 109/77, Application 18826

DELL, Robert M schoolmaster Ashwell 1863 Memorial 39/191

DELLOW, George farmer Gawler River, power of attorney to John BROWN the Younger seedsman Sturt St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business 9/3/1874 Deposit 7/1879.

DELLOW, John labourer Brompton 1859[-160] Memorial 263/149

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

DELLOW, Luke butcher Brompton 1853 Memorial 207/53

DELLOW, Luke butcher Hindmarsh 1854[-1857] Hindmarsh District Building Society member 1854 Memorial 157/75

DELLOW, Luke butcher Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 199/120

DELLOW, Luke butcher Findon 1902 Memorial 2/445

DELLOW, Luke farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Memorial 193/200

DELLOW, Luke farmer Balaklava trustee Public Cemetery Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1871 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

DELLOW, Luke butcher Balaklava trustee Institute Balaklava Balaklava township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 215 County Gawler

DELLOW, William farmer Brompton 1853 Application 14211

DELLY, Samuel wood splitter New Tiers 1856 Memorial 234/102

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DELMONT, William master mariner Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 244/362

DELMONT, William licensed victualler Belair 1897[-1899] Memorial 6/430

No 1

DELONGVILLE, Charles (known as Charley) fisherman Kingston S-E 1909[-1927] Memorials 43/462 & 5/497

DELONGVILLE, Charley agent Kingston S-E 1938 Memorial 53/512

DELONGVILLE, Charley agent Kingston S-E Lacepede Bay Institute trustee 1939 Application 28146

DELONGVILLE, Charley fisherman Kingston S-E 1946 Application 28452

DELONGVILLE, Dixie wheelwright Kingston S-E 1902[-1909] Memorial 5/446

DELONGVILLE, Leonard fisherman Kingston S-E 1912[-1926] Memorial 49/467

DELWANK, David farmer Alberton 1871 Memorial 4/257

No 1

DEMARES, Germain butcher Adelaide 1847 Memorial 261/8

Yeoman Tam O’Shanter Belt 1849[-1858] Memorial 286/14

[Is this really Pierre Germain Demares?] Memorial 209/145

DEMARES, Pierre Germain farmer Gawler River 1849[-1855] Memorial 111/17

DE MEEUS, Essie hotelkeeper Clare wife of Geatan de Meeus out of business Clare 1908 Memorial 170/458

No 1

DE MOLE, George secretary to the Minister of Education 1879 Memorial 246/315

DE MOLE, GJ SA Attorney-General’s Secretary 1886 Application 20325

No 1

DE MOLE, George Edward Secretary to the Pt Adelaide Marine Board Pt Adelaide 1868[-1875] Memorial 106/231

DE MOLE, George Edward gentleman Woodville 1877[-1896] Memorial 196/300

DE MOLE, Henry William gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 94/55

Merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 5/64

DE MOLE, Isabel widow Burnside, died c1870. All her personal estate to her daughter Harriet Jane De Mole absolutely. The house and land at Burnside to be leased out and a legacy of £200 each paid to her sons George Edward De Mole and Ernest Maudsley De Mole. Then the property to be sold - the money plus a legacy from the testator's father, Henry Maudsley, to go to Harriet Jane De Mole Application 11121

DE MOLE, William Frederick civil engineer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 87/304

DEMPSEY, Andrew farmer the Gilbert 1854 Memorial 315/73

DEMPSEY, Daniel shoemaker Pt Augusta 1864 Application 5696

DEMPSEY, Daniel Dominic and Thomas Hugh Dempsey butchers and graziers Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1954 Grant Book 13 Page 233 County Dalhousie

No 1

DEMPSEY, Felix farmer Upper Wakefield Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 125 County Stanley

DEMPSEY, Felix farmer Upper Wakefield 1863 Application 4388

DEMPSEY, Felix farmer Rice Creek near Auburn 1864 Application 5446

DEMPSEY, Felix farmer Upper Wakefield 1879 Memorial 27/315

DEMPSEY, Felix farmer Auburn 1884 Application 20088

DEMPSEY, Hugh farmer Gumbowie linked with Ann Dempsey widow Gumbowie and Thomas Dempsey farmer Mt Bryan 1892 Memorial 140/414

DEMPSEY, James A linked with Section 156 Hundred of Yalpara 1886 Memorial 170/376

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DEMPSEY, John blacksmith Kapunda 1865 Application 6221

DEMPSEY, John blacksmith Pt Wakefield 1872 Memorial 170/257

DEMPSEY, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1879 Memorial 28/315

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

DEMPSEY, John farmer Gumbowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 40 Page 46 County Kimberley

DEMPSEY, John farmer Gumbowie, died c1891. Husband of Ann Dempsey. Links with A Dempsey farmer Dawson Memorial 29/411

No 1

DEMPSEY, Lewis farmer Clare 1877[-1882] Memorial 7/300

DEMPSEY, Lewis farmer Clare and Mary Dempsey his wife 1889. Her husband could not write Applications 21556 and 21557

No 1

DEMPSEY, Richard F articled law clerk Adelaide 1897 Memorial 15/432

DEMPSEY, RF solicitor Adelaide 1901 Memorial 24/443

DEMPSEY, William farmer Hundred of Gordon 1887 Memorial 27/383

No 1

DEMPSEY, William Andrew auctioneer Jamestown 1883 Memorial 138/349

DEMPSEY, William Andrew auctioneer Adelaide 1890 Memorial 1/405

DEMPSEY, William Andrew died 26/12/1892 Memorial 39/416

DEMPSTER, Alexander labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1905 Grant Book 13 Page 59 County Dalhousie

No 1

DEMPSTER, GW clerk to Messrs Dempster & WEBB solicitors Pt Adelaide 1875[-1879] Memorial 91/286

DEMPSTER, George Wafford clerk Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 45/306

DEMPSTER, George Wafford solicitor Pt Adelaide 1883[-1915] Application 19306, Application 26389

No 1

DEMPSTER, James clerk to Messrs HARDY, JAMES & James solicitors Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 67/56

DEMPSTER, James clerk to W & HB JAMES solicitors Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 63/94

DEMPSTER, James clerk to HB JAMES solicitor Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 168/153

DEMPSTER, James [formerly] of North Tce, Adelaide 1860 Memorial 133/166

DEMPSTER, James [but now] of Gouger St, Adelaide 1860 Memorial 56/166

DEMPSTER, James of South Tce, Adelaide 1859 Memorial 173/302

No 1

DEMPSTER, James E clerk to Messrs HARDY, JAMES & James solicitors Adelaide 1853 Memorial 499/54

DEMPSTER, James E of Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 144/177

DEMPSTER, James Edwin gentleman Alberton 1864 Memorial 223/196

DEMPSTER, James E solicitor Pt Adelaide 1868[-1872] Memorial 229/229

DEMPSTER, James Edwin solicitor Pt Adelaide and Matilda Caroline Dempster his wife formerly MC HUMBERSTONE spinster 1870 Memorial 48/251

DEMPSTER, James Edwin gentleman Queenstown 1870 Memorial 85/245

DEMPSTER, James Edwin gentleman Pt Adelaide, about to quit the province for a time, power of attorney to William Bindley WEBB and my son, George Wafford DEMPSTER gentlemen Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/1/1877 Deposit 183/1877

DEMPSTER, James Edwin solicitor Pt Adelaide 1888 Application 21406

DEMPSTER, John farm labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1899 Grant Book 13 Page 57 County Dalhousie

No 1

DEMPSTER, John clerk to Josiah PARTRIDGE solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 420/63

DEMPSTER, John W clerk to W MACGUIRE 1852 Memorial 108/44

DEMPSTER, JW clerk to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 189/49

DEMPSTER, JW clerk to Josiah PARTRIDGE solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 264/67

DEMPSTER, JW land agent Adelaide 1854 Memorial 120/72

DEMPSTER, John W clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1867 Memorial 62/220

DEMPSTER, JW of Digby Vic 1875 He owned land in Adelaide Application 14217

DEMPSTER, John Wafford schoolmaster Ballarat Vic and Rebecca Jane Dempster his wife formerly of Adelaide 1880 Memorial 250/325

DEMPSTER, Rebecca Jane of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 272/38

DEMPSTER, Richard licensed victualler Georgetown 1876 Memorial 89/292

DEMPSTER, Robert William George clerk in holy orders Kensington 1910 Memorial 82/463

DEMPSTER, William farmer Pekina. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1875[-1895] Grant Book 13 Page 39 County Dalhousie

DEMPSTER, WF clerk to GW Dempster solicitor Pt Adelaide 1907 Memorial 190/457

DENAHY, Dennis shoemaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 445/23

DENAHY, Matthew farmer Stockport 1879 Memorial 70/314

No 1

DENBY, Thomas tailor Norwood 1853[-1856] Memorial 241/49

DENBY, Thomas tailor Stepney 1858 Memorial 36/142

DENBY, Thomas tailor formerly of Norwood but now of Stepney 1861 Memorial 85/179

DENBY, Thomas tailor Stepney 1888 Application 21458

DENCH, Alf W clerk Union Bank Pt Victor 1893 Memorial 182/418

No 1

DENCH, John tanner Hindmarsh 1844 Memorial 95/268

DENCH, John farmer Hindmarsh 1844 Application 20600

DENCH, John farmer Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 233/7.

All Saints Church Anglican Church trustee 1850 Enrolment 82/7.

Tanner & leather cutter Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 268/21

DENCH, John, BEALE, George and LOAGAN, James tanner and curriers Hindmarsh trading as J Dench & Co 1851[-1853] Memorial 486/30

DENCH, John tanner Hindmarsh 1844[-1853] Memorial 328/64

DENCH, John of Hindmarsh 1854 Hindmarsh District Building Society trustee Memorial 156/75

DENCH, John of Hindmarsh 1857 Hindmarsh Building Society trustee Memorial 142/130

DENCH, John tanner Hindmarsh, trading as John Dench & Co, power of attorney to Joel ROBERTS accountant Hindmarsh, to manage the business whenever J Dench is unable to act for whatever reason 13/5/1862 Deposit 346/OA

DENCH, John fellmonger Hindmarsh 1885 had lived in the township since 1840 Application 20522

No 2

DENCH, John of Kooringa 1854 Memorial 11/72

No 1

DENCH, Thomas tanner Hindmarsh. Husband of Elizabeth Ann nee JACQUES daughter of Thomas Jacques licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 159/238

DENCH, Thomas clerk Hindmarsh 1873 Memorial 129/267

DENCH, Thomas gentleman Hindmarsh 1881 Memorial 91/328

DENECKE, Eliza widow Adelaide 1863 Memorial 322/191

No 1

DENECKE, Wilhelm Ferdinand farmer Cox Creek 1854[-1857] Memorial 246/65

DENECKE, Wilhelm Ferdinand working jeweller Adelaide 1858 Memorial 135/146

No 1

DENFORD, Francis station manager Mt Serle Station 1896 Memorial 123/428

DENFORD, Francis formerly station manager Mt Searle Station near Leigh Creek but now of the Hundred of Everard 1899 Memorial 2/438

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of Francis Denford

DENFORD, Frank out of business Strathalbyn 1917 Memorial 162/475

No 1

DENFORD, George station overseer Leigh Creek 1886[-1889] Memorial 49/378

DENFORD, George of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 165/401

DENFORD, George no description died 20/7/1894. Father of Francis Denford station manager Mt Serle Station Leigh Creek and Elizabeth Ann DAVISON wife of James Bently Davison gentleman Purnainoota NSW 1895 Memorial 144/425

No 1

DENFORD, John publican Adelaide. Robe township land purchase 1847 Memorial 62/9

Of Robe, Guichen Bay 1848[-1852] Memorial 369/12

DENFORD, John publican formerly of Adelaide but now of Robe 1848 Memorial 254/61, Application 13812

DENFORD, John landowner Guichen Bay Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1851 Grant Book 50 Page 10 County Robe

DENFORD, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Robe 1853 Memorial 122/141

DENFORD, John gentleman East Wellington Hundred of Seymour land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 76 County Russell

DENFORD, John gentleman East Wellington, died c1868. He left his entire estate to his two daughters, Ann Amelia Denford and Laura Matilda Denford spinsters London, Middlesex, England Memorial 221/240

DENFORD, John gentleman Brinkley East Wellington, died 26/1/1869 old age, aged 97. He lived in Robe from 1849; then at Walkerville in the late 1850s. Probably father of Robert Dunstan Denford JP, of East Wellington. Daughters Anne Amelia Denford and Laura Matilda Denford lived at 10 York St, Commercial Road East, London, in 1873, and were already in London 1868. They inherited their father's whole estate, including property in Robe, Application 12616

No 1

DENFORD, Robert Dustin carpenter Grenfell St, Adelaide 1846 Memorial 225/7

DENFORD, Robert Dustin Esquire carpenter Guichen Bay 1848 Memorial 254/61

DENFORD, Robert publican Robe 1849[-1853] Memorial 28/72

DENFORD, Robert Dustin licensed victualler Robe 1854 Memorial 55/69

DENFORD, Robert Dustin licensed victualler Wellington on the Murray 1854[-1858] Memorial 432/73

DENFORD, Robert publican formerly of Robe Guichen Bay but now of Wellington on the Murray 1860 Memorial 310/167

DENFORD, Robert Dustin licensed victualler Wellington on the Murray 1862 Application 2998

DENFORD, Robert Dustin farmer East Wellington Hundred of Seymour land grant 1869[-1877] Grant Book 54 Page 115 County Russell

No 1

DENFORD, Robert John stockholder Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Seymour land grant 1866 Grant Book 53 Page 72 County Russell

DENFORD, Robert John stockholder East Wellington 1871 Memorial 28/256

DENFORD, Robert John of East Wellington Hundred of Seymour land grant 1878 Grant Book 54 Page 118 County Russell

DENFORD, Thomas farmer Aldinga 1899 Memorial 184/437

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DENHAM, Edward clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1858 Memorial 191/132

DENHAM, Edward and Digby storekeepers Mallala 1882 Memorial 104/338

DENHAM, Edward Richard William commission agent of the firm of John MELLIDAY and Co 170 Sussex St, Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Digby Frank DENHAM storekeeper Mallala, to manage his SA business affairs 20/2/1883 Deposit 54/1883

No 1

DENHAM, Samuel bootmaker Adelaide 1838 Application 17440

DENHAM, Samuel storekeeper Adelaide 1839 Application 14331

DENHOLM, Albert Walter moulder Croydon 1946[-1949] Memorial 26/520

No 1

DENHOLM, Francis and MAROTSIA, Thomas farmers formerly of Tarrawatta 1858 but now North Rhine 1863 Application 4064

DENHOLM, Francis farmer near Keynton Hundred of Anna land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 138 County Eyre

DENHOLM, Robert George farmer North Rhine 1886 Memorial 218/379

DENING, Benjamin farmer Denington near Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1863 Grant Book 50 Page 9 County Robe

DENING, John Benjamin Davy of Denington. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 42 County Buckingham.

Stockowner Bordertown. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1897 Grant Book 7 Page 48 County Buckingham

No 1

DENING, James William Davy stockowner Bunbury Station 1877[-1890] Memorial 240/299

DENING, James William Davy sheep farmer Bunbury 1879 Memorial 189/314

DENING, James William Davy farmer near Kingston S-E 1890 Memorial 65/405

DENING, James William Davy grazier Kingston S-E 1905[-1906] Memorial 184/452, Application 25106

DENISON, Percy Augustus gardener Grünthal 1882 Memorial 232/344

No 1

DENMAN, George tailor Croydon 1858[-1862] Memorial 223/140

DENMAN, George of near Woodside 1864 Application 5729

DENMAN, George gentleman formerly of Croydon but now of Glenelg 1884[-1885] Memorial 49/362

DENMAN, George gentleman New Glenelg 1885 Application 20454

DENMAN, George out of business Glenelg 1887 Application 21208

DENMAN, George gentleman New Glenelg, died 8/12/1887. He bequeathed 2 cottages in Euston Tce, Croydon, in trust to his wife, Anna Denman, for life, then in equal shares to his three daughters absolutely in remainder expectant - Diana WILLIS wife of William Willis brickmaker York township, Martha HILL wife of Inder Hill farmer Snowtown and Eliza LAVIS wife of George Lavis farmer South Balaklava. John Denman builder Cheltenham probably a son Memorial 54/390

DENMAN, George gentleman Bath St, New Glenelg, died 8/12/1887. His entire personal estate to his widow, Anna Denman. She was also to get the income from cottages in Euston Tce, Croydon, Bath St, New Glenelg and John St, New Glenelg, for life. The two Croydon cottages to be sold and the money divided equally amongst his three daughters, Dianna WILLIS, Martha HILL and Eliza LAVIS. The two cottages at New Glenelg to be sold - £50 to the Glanville Bible Christian Chapel, £100 to the New Glenelg Primitive Methodist Chapel, and the remainder to be divided equally amongst the four children of his late daughter, Mary WHEELER - Louisea Wheeler, Mary Wheeler, Kezia Wheeler and John Wheeler. The testator's son, John Denman, to get the entire property in Denman St, Staplehurst, Le Fevre Peninsula, in trust for life, then absolutely in remainder expectant to his three daughters and the surviving children of his son, John Denman, by 1894 builder Cheltenham. Four allotments under lease to William HARDING to be sold if he does not buy them and the funds to go to George Denman's three daughters equally. Other allotments in Croydon and New Glenelg to be sold and the proceeds given equally to the three daughters 1894 Application 22746

WILLIS, Diana wife of William Willis brickmaker York, Martha HILL wife of Inder Hill farmer Snowtown, and Eliza LAVIS wife of George Lavis farmer South Balaklava, possibly daughters of George DENMAN gentleman Croydon and later New Glenelg deceased 1888 Application 21341

No 1

DENMAN, John butcher Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 275/87

No 2

DENMAN, John mason Gawler 1859 Memorial 186/154

DENMAN, John mason Gawler South 1860 Memorial 56/161

DENMAN, John mason formerly of Gawler South but now of the Montacute Mine 1861 Memorial 69/171

No 1

DENMAN, John Joseph master mariner Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 475 County Victoria

DENMAN, John Joseph merchant Pt Adelaide became a bankrupt 1874. Enrolment 100/51

DENMAN, John Joseph master mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Pt Pirie 1874 Memorial 63/279

DENMAN, John Joseph merchant Pt Pirie 1874[-1875] Memorial 59/278

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DENMEAD, Charles farmer Mannum 1884 Memorial 213/355

DENMEAD, Charles of Olary 1887 Memorial 84/388

DENMEAD, Elizabeth of Olary 1888 Memorial 19/394

DENNES, John labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1854[-1874] Memorial 33/72

DENNESS, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 271/91

No 1

DENNING, Benjamin farmer Pt Elliot 1853 Memorial 346/59

DENNING, Benjamin farmer Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 51/112

DENNING, Benjamin of Dennington near Robe Town 1860 Application 1594

DENNING, George Emanuel Davy farmer Dennington near Robe, died 22/6/1873 a bachelor and intestate. Letters of Administration to Benjamin Denning Memorial 220/268

DENNING, James William Davy grazier Kingston S-E 1905 Application 25022

No 1

DENNIS, Alfred Holme butcher Pt Victor Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 37 Page 335 County Hindmarsh

DENNIS, Alfred Holme sheep farmer Victor Harbor 1922 Application 27133

DENNIS, AJ farmer Crystal Brook 1916 Memorial 197/474

No 1

DENNIS, Bridget widow of John Dennis labourer Harris St, Exeter, died c1895 Application 22863

DENNIS, Bridget widow Harris St, Exeter, Devon, England, died 7/6/1894. Mother of James and Peter Dennis. Executors: John QUINN and John FITZGERALD grocer's assistants Pt Adelaide Memorial 230/421

DENNIS, Charles butcher Pt Pirie 1886 Memorial 238/380

DENNIS, Christopher and Richard farmers Cudlee Creek 1857 Memorial 182/116

DENNIS, Edwin carpenter Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 273 County Daly

DENNIS, George farmer Boggy Flat. Trustee unnamed Church and School Co Young 1900 Grant Book 65 Page 289 County Young

No 1

DENNIS, Henry farmer Waitpinga Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 225 County Victoria

DENNIS, Henry Darlington farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 227 County Victoria

No 1

DENNIS, Henry John farmer Bald Hills [probably near Yankalilla] 1895 Memorial 106/424

DENNIS, Henry John farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1898[-1899] Memorial 126/434

DENNIS, Henry John sheep farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1900 Application 24019

DENNIS, James licensed victualler Auburn 1868 Memorial 189/227

DENNIS, John mariner Le Fevre Peninsula, died c1892. Husband of Bridget Dennis Memorial 78/414

DENNIS, John Darlington farmer Clement Gap. Trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

DENNIS, Julia Beatrice home duties Reynella 1939 Application 28236

No 1

DENNIS, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 52/6

DENNIS, Richard gentleman and DENNIS, Robert farmer both of Adelaide 1843; farmers Inman Valley 1848 Application 2728

DENNIS, Richard and Robert farmers formerly of Adelaide, but now of Inman Valley 1848 Memorial 336/15

DENNIS, Richard gentleman Inman Valley 1853 Memorial 91/48

DENNIS, Richard stockholder Inman Valley 1859 Application 708

DENNIS, Richard farmer Bald Hills, Inman Valley 1860 Application 1307

DENNIS, Richard land owner Bald Hills 1876 Memorial 184/293

DENNIS, Richard farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla died by 1881. Husband of Rebecca Dennis. Estate worth £1,100 Memorial 20/335

DENNIS, Richard farmer Bald Hills, near Yankalilla, died 4/9/1881. Husband of Rebecca Dennis formerly of Bald Hills near Yankalilla but now of Victor Harbor 1923. Children of the marriage - Richard Mayfield Dennis farmer Merriton; Henry John Dennis farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla, the late Sophia ANDREWS of Wayville; Julia Ann DAVIDSON wife of Thomas Davidson farmer Merriton Application 27165

DENNIS, Rebecca widow Bald Hills near Yankalilla relict of the late Richard Dennis formerly farmer Bald Hills but now deceased 1884 Memorial 204/360

DENNIS, Rebecca widow Victor Harbor, died 3/9/1922. Mother of Henry John Dennis farmer Bald Hills and Rebecca Jane Dennis spinster Victor Harbor. Estate worth £2,100 Memorial 158/487

DENNIS, Richard James farmer Wandearah. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

DENNIS, Richard Mayfield farmer Merriton. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1887 Grant Book 60 Page 327 County Victoria

No 1

DENNIS, Robert storekeeper Adelaide 1839 Application 19659

DENNIS, Robert yeoman Yankalilla 1851[-1854] Memorial 215/37.

DENNIS, Robert farmer Yankalilla, died c1857. He left his entire estate to his wife, Charlotte Dennis, to her use as trustee until their youngest daughter (unnamed) turned 18. At that stage, the children to receive their inheritance. Sons Henry Darlington Dennis and Richard James Dennis mentioned by name in the memo Memorial 82/115

DENNIS, Robert farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla, died 2/2/1857 paralysis, aged 48. His widow, Charlotte Dennis, remarried to a Mr CROPLEY. Her youngest legitimate surviving daughter to Robert DENNIS was Fanny Dennis, born 28/3/1855 Bald Hills near Yankalilla. She would inherit a section of land (Section 381 Hundred of Yankalilla) when she turned 18. Sons Henry Darlington DENNIS, Alfred Holme Dennis, George Dennis and Richard James Dennis also mentioned. Application 12594

No 1

DENNIS, Robert Leggo linked with Section 491 Hundred of Mundoora Co Daly 1885 Memorial 95/403

DENNIS, Robert Leggo farmer Mundoora 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 269 County Daly

No 1

DENNIS, Victor Alfred sheep farmer Waitpinga 1922 Application 27134

DENNIS, Victor Alfred farmer Waitpinga 1939 Application 28200

DENNIS, William Edwin SA Railways foreman of works Croydon 1922 Memorial 52/487

DENNISON, Elizabeth spinster Hoyleton 'on the road from Pt Wakefield to the Burra' 1900[-1913] Memorial 106/469

No 1

DENNISON, Isaac farmer Upper Wakefield 1864 Application 5107

DENNISON, Isaac and Robert farmers Upper Wakefield 1865 Application 6601

DENNISON, Isaac and Robert farmers Auburn Hundred of Hall land grant 1886 Grant Book 56 Page 223 County Stanley

No 1

DENNISON, Samuel farmer Auburn 1904[-1917] Memorial 154/451

DENNISON, Samuel farmer Long Gully near Auburn 1905[-1907] Memorial 162/453

DENNISON, Samuel farmer Auburn 1919 Application 26741

DENNISTON, John labourer Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 17/105

DENNY, Annie widow Adelaide 1884 Memorial 240/358

DENNY, Daniel farmer Hundred of Yatala 1850[-1851] Memorial 56/23

DENNY, Edward farmer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 176/108

No 1

DENNY, Henry labourer Bowden 1852 Memorial 272/41.

No 2

DENNY, Henry shoemaker Hay Valley near Nairne 1858 Application 171

DENNY, James the Elder farmer Langhorne Creek 1868 Application 9092

No 1

DENNY, John farmer Brompton 1853[-1854] Memorial 397/51

DENNY, John mason Brompton 1867 Memorial 151/223

DENNY, John mason Brompton 1908 Application 25440

DENNY, Thomas gardener Norwood 1859 Application 558

DENNY, William Joseph solicitor Adelaide (Unity Chambers Currie St) 1911 Memorial 141/506

No 1

DENOON, Henry farmer Moorowie Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 32 County Fergusson

DENOON, Henry farmer Pt Vincent Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 434 County Fergusson

DENOON, Henry farmer Curramulka 1885 Memorial 158/364

DENOON, Henry farmer Curramulka 1884[-1885] Memorials 213/356 & 158/364

DENSON, Joseph formerly of Kensington but now of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 319/159

DENSTAN, John sheep farmer Inkerman 1882 Memorial 140/338

DENT, Christopher Dalton farmer Tothill Creek Hundred of English land grant 1868 Grant Book 17 Page 164 County Eyre

No 1

DENT, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1841[-1842] Memorial 209/419

DENT, Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sydney NSW 1843[-1844] Memorial 48/4 & 208/419

No 1

DENT, Hubert Lionel and DENT, Joseph Hetherington labourers Pt Elliot 1903 Application 24590

DENT, Hubert Lionel and Joseph Hetherington Dent farmers Pt Elliot 1903 Memorial 145/448

DENT, Hubert Lionel farmer Pt Elliot 1923 Memorial 35/488

DENT, Hubert Lionel farmer Pt Elliot 1933 Application 27899

No 1

DENT, John teamster Pt Elliot 1857 Memorial 195/129

DENT, John labourer Pt Elliot 1884 Application 20306

No 1

DENT, Joseph Hetherington farmer Pt Elliot linked with William Owen Kitchen Dent baker Pt Elliot 1869 Memorial 184/243

DENT, Joseph Hetherington farmer Pt Elliot 1898, son of William Owen Kithen Dent baker Pt Elliot, who died 27/3/1881 Application 23551

DENT, Joseph Hetherington farmer Currency Creek and Eleanor Martha Nancy Louisa Dent his wife 1925 Memorial 28/494

No 1

DENT, Stewart Fawles farmer Currency Creek 1894 Application 22825

DENT, Stewart Fawles yeoman Goolwa 1935 Application 27962

DENT, Marjorie Doris home duties Goolwa, aged 42 in 1955, declared that she had lived in the region for 38 years. She was a daughter of Stewart Fawles Dent of Goolwa, who died 24/6/1938. He left his widow, Mary Olive Dent, and two sons, Ronald Thomas Dent and Lewis Alfred Dent, as well as the above daughter. The Dent family owned Lots 31-37 in Goolwa, where limeburning took place in pioneering times Application 29111

No 1

DENT, Thomas Agin farmer Currency Creek 1873 Memorial 113/269

DENT, Thomas Agin farmer Kingston S-E 1900[-1912] Memorial 204/441

DENT, Thomas Agin farmer Mt Benson, died 15/9/1919 Kingston S-E. Husband of Margaret Dent. Father of Mary Ann BUCK, Eleanor LAWRENCE, Margaret Frances WADE, George Owen Dent insurance agent Helmsdale, Glenelg, Stuart Fowles Dent, Agin Cormac Dent and Joseph Hetherington Dent Memorial 121/479

No 1

DENT, WOK of Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 403/14

DENT, William Owen Kitchen engineer Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 164/129

Baker Pt Elliot 1856[-1857] Memorial 451/99

DENT, William Owen Kitchen engineer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Pt Elliot 1862 Memorial 32/274

DENTEN, Thomas farmer Aldinga 1898 Memorial 30/435

DENTON, Charles labourer Lyndoch 1887 Application 21180

No 1

DENTON, George shoemaker North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1844 Memorial 141/4

DENTON, George m 24/10/1825 Gillingham parish church, Kent, England, to Mary Ann MASTERS, both of Gillingham. Eldest son, William Thomas DENTON, born c1826 Clatham, Kent, and baptised 13/12/1826 Clatham parish church. His father, George Denton listed as a shoemaker. The Dentons emigrated to SA, where labourer George Denton died 29/3/1847 accidental death by a bullock dray passing over his head and neck, aged 45. William WYATT coroner Grenfell St, Adelaide, registered the death. Mary Ann Denton widow North Adelaide, died 11/12/1862 North Adelaide, of dysentery, aged 56. In 1852, their son, WT Denton, was listed as an Adelaide shoemaker. Application 3618

DENTON, Mary Ann widow and William Thomas Denton shoemaker North Adelaide 1854 Louisa C SINGLETON witnessed the deed Memorial 130/78

No 1

DENTON, Henry Charles Heath chaffcutter Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 220 County Sturt

DENTON, Henry Charles Heath chaff merchant Adelaide 1911 Memorial 244/464

No 1

DENTON, Henry Paas sheep farmer Rapid Bay, but temporarily in England 1848. He mortgaged his land to relatives in London, Herts, and Lancs, England Memorial 483/12

DENTON, Henry P of Magill 1854 Memorial 452/78

DENTON, Henry Paas gentleman formerly of Rapid Bay but now of Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 82/155

DENTON, HP of the LTO Office Adelaide 1875 Memorial 199/281

DENTON, Henry Paas HM Civil Service Adelaide 1885 Application 20800

DENTON, Henry Paas land agent Kensington Park, died 16/8/1894, from committing suicide, aged 73 Application 24462

DENTON, Henry Paas sheep farmer Rapid Bay, about to marry Emma Louisa GOLDSMITH spinster Patriot Square, Middlesex. Marriage settlement (!3/5/1848), whereby HP Denton agreed to sell certain lands in SA (5 sections in Survey F near Yankalilla), which his late father Samuel Denton the Elder of St Pancras, Middlesex, England (who died 4/7/1847), left to him in SA (S Denton had bought the properties through his local agent Peter PEACHEY). (Three other brothers held their brother’s £220 mortgage over the land from 1848 and bought the property when he could not repay their loan - Samuel Denton the Younger solicitor Gray’s Inn London, John Bailey Denton surveyor Gravely, Herts, George Bagster Denton surgeon Liverpool, Lancs), and invest the money for his wife in trust for life, then to him in trust for life, and then to the children of the marriage in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Samuel Denton Senr died 5/7/1845. HP Denton’s wife, Emma Louisa Denton, died 30/11/1889, by drowning in the Torrens Lake, aged 68. HP Denton agent formerly of Semaphore died 15/8/1894 at Glenelg. His daughter, Emma Cornelia Harriet DOSWELL, wife of Morris Doswell civil servant Hawker’s Road, Medindie, inherited the family silver, other heirlooms. His son, Henry Charles Heath Denton, to get the portrait of Samuel Denton Senr (Painted in 1791, when he was 24) and several engravings. Adopted daughter, Ethel Maud Mary Denton (born 27/7/1890 Angas St, Adelaide, to Magdelena BOETTENER and unknown father: HP Denton friend Semaphore registered the birth) to have the income (paid to Sophia Florence Maud FINNISS, widow of BT Finniss Kensington Park, who cared for her) from the residue of the estate in England and Australia held in trust until she was 18 or married, and SFM Finniss received the estate absolutely. The adopted daughter was also to get the income and then the estate of HP Denton’s deceased daughter, Mary Alice Meyer, which income had formerly gone to his son, HCH Denton. If SFM Finniss died before EMM Denton, EMM Denton to inherit the residue estate absolutely. Mrs Finniss lived in Melbourne by 1908. Bartley, Bakewell & Stow the family solicitors in SA; Messrs Denton Hall & Burgin 15 Gray’s Inn Square, London, Middlesex, England, the family’s English solicitors (Was Joseph Hall Esquire Adelaide, one of the foundation trustees of the marriage settlement, a relative to the Mr Hall who was a partner in the legal firm?) Application 25487

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

DENTON, James butcher Lyndoch Valley 1861[-1882] Memorial 144/176

DENTON, James farmer Lyndoch Valley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 363 County Daly

DENTON, James farmer Keilli. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 364 County Daly

DENTON, James farmer Keilli. Trustee Cemetery perhaps Keilli 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

DENTON, James farmer Lyndoch Valley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 377 County Daly

No 2

DENTON, James butcher Freeling. Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 44 Page 311 County Light

No 1

DENTON, Joseph butcher Greenock 1874 Memorial 199/275

No 2

DENTON, Joseph farmer Tantanoola, had died by 1912. Executrix – Elizabeth Ellen Denton widow Tantanoola Grant Book 31 Page 240 County Grey

No 1

DENTON, Samuel gentleman Gray’s Inn Square, Middlesex, England; John Bailey DENTON surveyor Stevenage, Herts; George Bagster DENTON surgeon Liverpool, Lancs. Henry Paas Denton sheep farmer Rapid Bay, had mortgaged five sections of land in District F, Co Hindmarsh to the above people 11/5/1848. He defaulted. The mortgagees sold John NEWBOLD of Rapid Bay, Section 1533 for £580. Power of attorney to William Charles BELT and William BARTLEY solicitors Adelaide, to claim the purchase money from John Newbold 3/7/1854 Deposit 309/1859

DENTON, Samuel Esquire formerly of Gray's Inn Square Middlesex, England but then of Blenheim Cottage, Park Village East, within the parish of St Pancras, Middlesex, died c1845. He left his entire estate in SA to his son, Henry Paas Denton absolutely, who had emigrated to the province. If HP Denton had already died without leaving descendants or a widow, the estate to go to Samuel Denton's other 3 sons Memorial 220/227

No 1

DENTON, Samuel Boucher accountant Unley Park 1946 Memorial 186/520

DENTON, Samuel Boucher accountant Unley Park 1946 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

DENTON, William labourer Pewsey Vale 1852 He took out a 20 year lease of Section 1967 Wiltshire Special Survey from Joseph Gilbert Memorial 55/44

Farmer Barossa 1852[-1853] Memorial 128/46

DENTON, William the Elder farmer Broughton Extension. Keilli (Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 489 County Daly

No 1

DENTON, William Thomas bootmaker Adelaide (Charles St) 1862 Application 3510.

DENTON, William Thomas shoemaker Adelaide (Sturt St) died 1/4/1875, of phthisis, aged 49. His widow, Emma Denton, died 15/4/1895 Louisa St, Adelaide, of hemiplegia, aged 59 Application 22926.

DENYER, William Hamul clerk of court Adelaide 1923 Memorial 118/488

No 1

DE PASS, John merchant Adelaide 18 year lease at £200 a year from 16/6/1853 of 'all that the piece of land with the appurtenances on which is now standing the walls of a store lately occupied by Charles CLEVE & Co situate in Grenfell St, and which was the second store from Freeman St of a row of stores lately destroyed by fire; and which piece of land is bounded on the north by Grenfell St on the south by premises occupied by ? LETCHFORD on the east by the walls of another store and the premises lately occupied by the said Charles ROBIN [merchant Adelaide] and on the west by the walls of another store and the premises lately occupied by Messrs DISHER & MILNE'. Covenant by John De Pass to repair and keep in repair all buildings etc as soon as and after the said store should be rebuilt and roofed by the said Charles Robin and not to carry on any offensive business. Covenant by Charles Robin forthwith to rebuild in a substantial manner the store the walls whereof were then standing on the said land' Memorial 60/50

DE PASS, John merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1859 Memorial 161/156

DE PASS, John merchant Melbourne Vic 1864 Application 5612

DEPLEDGE, James farmer Morphett Vale 1876[-1883] Memorial 187/293, Application 19594

No 1

DEPLEDGE, Robert brickmaker Bowden 1842 Application 17573

DEPLEDGE, Robert brickmaker Bowden 1843 Memorial 70/3

DEPLEDGE, Robert brickmaker Hindmarsh 1843[-1847] Memorial 219/172, Application 18281

DEPLEDGE, Robert formerly yeoman Hindmarsh 1840 but now brickmaker Port Road near Adelaide 1847 Application 4796

DEPLEDGE, Robert brickmaker Hindmarsh then Bowden 1839 Labourer Bowden 1842 Brickmaker Port Road Hindmarsh 1847 Application 6704

No 1

DEPLEDGE, William farmer Encounter Bay Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1859[-1869] Grant Book 37 Page 147 County Hindmarsh

DEPLEDGE, William farmer Encounter Bay 1925 Memorial 20/493

DEPON, Joseph J butcher Alberton 1880 Application 17919

No 1

DE PUTRON, John Augustus merchant formerly of the Island of Guernsey, now of 12 London St, London, Middlesex, England, but temporarily in Adelaide, power of attorney to John Butler BUTLER gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/11/1860 Deposit 158/1862

DE PUTRON, John Augustus merchant formerly of the Island of Guernsey but then of 12 London St, London, Middlesex, England - now temporarily residing in Adelaide 1862 Memorial 338/185

DE PUTRON, John Augustus formerly merchant Adelaide 1851 but now residing abroad 1865 Application 6369

No 1

DERBY, John labourer Adelaide 1839 Able seaman Pt Adelaide 1845 Application 15981

DERBY, John seaman Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 276/205

No 1

DERMODY, Cornelius farmer Allendale North 1926 Memorial 186/494

DERMODY, Cornelius farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda, aged 61 on 28/4/1941, son of Thomas Dermody who died 1919. The Dermody family used to rent land from Frederick BOYES in Britain, whose SA attorney was John Whinham PACKARD agent Eagle Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide Application 28287

No 1

DERMODY, Michael farmer Ryelands, Light River 1851 Memorial 102/30. Perhaps he had John TAYLOR of Ryelands as a landlord.

DERMODY, Michael farmer Allen Creek, died c1860. Husband of Anne Dermody. Father of Bridget Dermody. Grandfather of Anne O'Brien. Uncle to Thomas Dermody. Executors; James O'LOUGHLIN and John ROGERS Memorial 332/171

DERMODY, Michael of Allen Creek near Kapunda made his will 1860. he could not write. His daughter, Bridget Dermody, to get the bulk of the estate absolutely, provided she kept her mother, Ann Dermody, comfortable for her lifetime, to give his granddaughter, Anne O’BRIEN £15 a year for life, to give his nephew Thomas Dermody two horses, to give the Rev’d Simon CARUS £5 a year for life Application 20037

DERMODY, Michael farmer Allen Creek, died c1861. His land and real estate to his daughter, Bridget Dermody absolutely, provided she looked after his wife, Anne Dermody, ‘and keep her comfortable during her life’. Several horses to his nephew Thomas DERMODY Enrolment 75/43

DERMODY, Patrick farmer Hundred of Comaun, died c1867. Son of Ann Dermody Paulstown Co Kilkenny, Ireland. Brother of John and Mary Dermody of Paulstown. Brother of Bridget JONSON wife of Carl Jonson carrier Penola. Uncle to Annie Jonson of Penola Memorial 159/224

No 1

DERMODY, Thomas farmer Allen Creek Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 359 County Victoria

DERMODY, Thomas farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1882 Application 19377

 

DERMODY, Thomas farmer Allendale North 1895[-1896] Application 23055

DERMODY, Thomas farmer Allendale North 1898, who died 28/7/1919. Husband of Honor Dermody (born 26/6/1846 died 18/7/1934) and father of Rose Dermody (born 25/8/1884). Probably also Cornelius and Michael Dermody farmers Allen Creek near Kapunda. Michael Dermody died 19/2/1935 Memorial 228/436 & RPA Search 1262

DERMODY, Thomas farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda, died 28/7/1919. Husband of Honor Dermody. Father of Rose Dermody, Mary Davoren Bridget MCMAHON, Elizabeth PEARCE, Ann HANSBERRY and Kate O'SHEA; also Cornelius Dermody, and Michael Dermody farmers Allen Creek. Estate worth £9,000 (The Dermodys had their home farm at St John's near Kapunda) Memorial 115/499

DERMODY, Thomas farmer Home Farm, Allen Creek near Kapunda, died 28/7/1919. £100 to each of his daughters Mary DAVOREN, Bridget MCMAHON, and Elizabeth PEARCE; £50 to his daughters Ann HANSBERRY and Kate O'SHEA. His widow, Honor Dermody, inherited his farm in trust for life or until her remarriage; then to 2 sons, Cornelius Dermody and William Patrick Dermody absolutely in remainder expectant. Michael Dermody farmer Allen Creek was an executor - what was his relationship to Thomas Dermody? Estate worth £9,000 1928 Application 27667

DERMODY, William James out of business Adelaide 1891 Memorial 152/407

No 1

DERRICK, James Richard bootmaker Kensington 1853 Memorial 224/51

DERRICK, James Richard farmer Clarendon 1854[-1857] Memorial 243/63

No 1

DERRINGTON, Edwin Henry gentleman Norwood 1856 Memorial 241/108

DERRINGTON, Edwin Henry telegraph station master Mt Gambier 1859[-1865] Memorial 343/151, Application 6496

DERRINGTON, Edwin Henry gentleman Mt Gambier 1859[-1862] Memorial 255/155, Application 3091

DERRINGTON, Edwin Henry telegraph station master Mt Gambier trustee Cemetery Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 58 County Grey

DERRINGTON, Edwin Henry storekeeper Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 20/234

DERRINGTON, EH newspaper editor Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 61/250

DERRINGTON, Edwin Henry formerly storekeeper but now newspaper proprietor Mt Gambier 1872 Memorial 48/261

DERRINGTON, Edwin Henry newspaper proprietor Moonta 1877 Application 15999

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DERRINGTON, EH JP of Moonta 1874 Memorial 185/272

DERRINGTON, Edwin Henry agent Adelaide 1887 Memorial 7/387

DERRINGTON, Edwin Henry of Adelaide father of Emily Rose Derrington 1896 Memorial 73/429

DERRY, FB mariner Alberton 1918 Application 26649

DERRY, Horace Edmund surveyor Millicent Co Grey. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 302 County Dalhousie

DESBIEF, Henri storekeeper Adelaide 1875 Memorial 105/280

DESCOVITZ/DESCOVICH, Ignatz/Ignazio formerly farmer 1866 but now wine merchant Blumberg 1869 Application 10226

No 1

DESCROIZILLES, Henry Charles merchant Adelaide 1854 He took out a mortgage with Emile MAES merchant Nantes, Department of the Loire Infërieure, France Memorial 151/78

DESCROIZILLES, Henry Charles accountant and commission agent formerly of Adelaide (Gilbert Place) but now of Norwood declared bankrupt 1856 Memorial 488/100

DESENCLOS, Francois licensed victualler Adelaide 1851 Memorial 439/35

No 1

DESILVER, John stockkeeper Watervale 1856 Memorial 93/132

DESILVER, John 34 bachelor married Bridget CONNOR 22 on 12/2/1855 St Aloysius Sevenhill. John Desilva farmer near Watervale, died 17/11/1862 intestate, of lung inflammation, aged 45. His only surviving child, Patrick Francis Desilver, born 9/11/1861 Haywood Gully, inherited his estate as heir at law. His only other child, a daughter, Catherine Teresa Desilver, born 26/2/1860, died 14/10/1860. Bridget Desilver remarried to Michael PARKER farmer near Hoyleton on 20/8/1864 Sevenhill Application 19599

DE SKELTON, John Dodson barrister at law formerly of Trinity Hall, Cambridge then of the Inner Temple, London, now residing temporarily in Adelaide 1869. He had taken out a land grant of Section 516 Survey B in 1839 Memorial 216/242

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

DESLANDES, John farmer Le Fevre Peninsula 1858 Memorial 321/137

DESLANDES, John farmer Section 94 Glanville Le Fevre Peninsula and Jane Deslandes his wife 1874 Memorial 247/299

DESLANDES, John farmer Glanville, died 7/11/1874. He left his whole estate, worth £200, to his wife, Jane Deslandes absolutely Application 22176

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

DESLANDES, John builder Glanville 1876 Memorial 8/292

DESLANDES, John contractor Le Fevre Peninsula 1886 Application 20878

DESLANDES, John out of business Exeter 1915 Application 26423

DESLANDES, R undertaker's daughter Alberton 1885 Application 24224

No 1

DESLANDES, William Frederick contractor and dairy farmer Glanville 1891 Application 22176

DESLANDES, William Frederick undertaker Glanville 1897 Memorial 147/432

DESLANDES, WF contractor Water St, Semaphore 1915 Memorial 11/472

No 1

DESMOND, Patrick police trooper Dartmoor near Hamilton Vic 1867 Memorial 64/222

DESMOND, Patrick police trooper formerly of Dartmoor near Hamilton Vic 1867 but now of Casterton Vic 1868 Application 9351

DESMOND, Patrick of Heywood Vic leased out the Prince of Wales Hotel at Penola to AJ EDWARDS 1870 Memorial 108/250

DE SOUZA, Robert Antonio pastry cook 60 College St, Portland Estate 1953 Application 29001

DETHMORE, Eva Jessie married woman Mt Gambier 1945 Application 28421

DETMOLD, John Alfred wholesale stationer Adelaide, London, Middlesex, England and Melbourne Vic trading under the style or firm of William Detmold Ltd 1895 Memorial 162/424

DETMOLD, William Ltd of 19 New Bridge St, London, England, power of attorney to James Cooper STEWART, William STAWELL, and Hugh Calvert NANKIVELL solicitors 46 Queen St, Melbourne Vic, to be the firm’s Australasian representatives to secure repayment of debts and deal with other legal problems to do with finance 15/3/1915 Enrolment 70/52

DETTMER, Julius shoemaker Adelaide 1850[-1855] Memorial 470/21

DETTMER, Friedrich sharebroker Adelaide (Ware Chambers, King William St) 1899 Memorial 168/437

DEUTER, Rudolph Ferdinand farmer Hundred of Walloway 1892 Memorial 235/413

DEUTER, Victor Hugo agent Gawler 1925 Memorial 66/493

No 1

DEUTSCHER, Michael farmer Angas Park/Tanunda 1849 Memorial 25/17

DEUTSCHER, Michael farmer late of Tanunda now of Rosenthal 1852 Memorial 257/40.

DEUTSCHER, Michael farmer formerly of Tanunda now of Portland Bay Vic 1853. He appointed Pastor MEYER of Bethany to sell his SA real estate Memorial 4/57

DEUTSCHKE, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 333/54

DE VALVOIS, Alfred medical practitioner Balhannah 1869 Application 10389

DEVANEY, Helen solicitor Adelaide 1951 Memorial 91/526

DEVAS, Matthew labourer Pt Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 379/83

No 1

DEVELAING, William carrier Redruth 1868 Memorial 178/230

DEVELAING, William farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 175 County Burra

DEVELAING, William licensed victualler Aberdeen 1882 Memorial 214/339

DEVELAING, William out of business Kooringa 1908 Memorial 137/459

No 1

DEVELIN, Owen farmer Mt Remarkable 1860 Memorial 143/166

DEVELIN, Owen farmer Bangor Section 74 Mt Remarkable Special Survey 1860 Application 4440

No 1

DEVENISH, Albert Sidney gentleman North Adelaide 1862 Memorial 86/191

DEVENISH, Albert Sidney painter and glazier North Adelaide 1864[-1866] Memorials 266/198 & 238/214

DEVENISH, Albert Sidney painter North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1872 Memorial 142/263

DEVENISH, Albert Sidney gentleman Adelaide 1877 Memorial 200/297

DEVENISH, Albert Sidney gentleman North Adelaide 1877 Application 16400

No 1

DEVENPORT, George licensed victualler Adelaide 1848 He bought 12 allotments in Islington Memorial 53/11

DEVENPORT, George licensed victualler Adelaide, died 6/5/1871. His widow, Catherine Jane Devenport, died 7/7/1914 13 Hutton St, Northcote Vic, of heart failure from 2 years' carcinoma of the rectum, aged 72. Born Fermoy, Ireland, the daughter of William George HARRIS civil engineer and his wife Ann Lucinda Harris. In SA for 35 years and in Vic for 30 years. Her son, George Napier Devenport, lived at 745 Burwood Rd, Auburn Vic 1914 Application 26409

DEVENPORT, George Napier bookseller Auburn Vic linked with Catherine Jane Devenport widow Thornbury Vic 1908 Memorial 47/459

DEVENPORT, William Hand millwright Norwood 1892 but now licensed victualler Adelaide 1899 Memorials 196 & 236/437

No 1

DEVERAL, William clerk Pt Adelaide 1858[-1864] Memorial 167/147

DEVERALL, William licensed landbroker Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13475

DEVEY, Daniel of SA bought land at Robe S-E 1856 Memorial 38/112

DEVINE, Daniel blacksmith Parkside and Edith Mary Devine nee POOLE his wife 1908 Memorial 116/459

No 1

DEVINE, David gardener Adelaide 1839 Application 20994

DEVINE, David gardener Adelaide 1845 Memorial 63/5

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DEVINE, William farmer Mallala 1877 Memorial 61/297

DEVINE, William farmer Balaklava 1882 Memorial 27/338

DEVINE, William farmer Balaklava, died c1884 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Catherine Devine, to settle his £1,000 estate Memorial 80/358

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

DEVITT, Michael farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1871[-1874] Memorial 29/254

DEVITT, Michael farmer Coonatto, had died by 1912. 3 executors – John Devitt farmer Moochra, Owen Devitt farmer Pekina and John MULLINS railway employee Moochra Grant Book 24 Page 808 County Frome

No 2

DEVITT, Michael farmer Marion 1882 Application 19072

DEVITT, Michael milkman Wellington Rd, Upper Norwood 1900 Memorial 244/439

DEVITT, Michael farmer North Norwood 1920 Application 26860

DEVITT, Thomas Lane and Moore, Joseph the Elder and MOORE, Joseph the Younger ship owners and ship brokers, trading as Devitt and Moore 39 Fenchurch St, London, England. Power of attorney to Arthur Lucas HARROLD and Ernest Eyston HARROLD merchants Adelaide, to represent the firm in dealings with the firm of LUXMOORE Co Ltd wool auctioneers and warehouse keepers Adelaide 3/2/1885 Deposit 94/1885

No 1

DEVLIN, Edward gardener Victorville 1866 Memorial 237/209

DEVLIN, Edward labourer Greenock, died 7/10/1875 intestate. His widow, Rose Devlin, died 27/12/1917. Parents of James Burnard Devlin labourer Nuriootpa. Estate worth £210 1920 Memorial 142/481

DEVLIN, Edward labourer Greenock, died 7/10/1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Rose Devlin, to finalise his estate. Estate worth £210. Rose Devlin died 28/12/1916. Mention of her sons James Devlin (his wife Mary Louisa Devlin), and Edward Devlin. Granddaughter Eva JAENSCH. £5 to the parish priest at Kapunda for masses for the repose of her soul. Her estate worth £240. She could not write Application 26951

DEVLIN, Rose widow Greenock 1891 Memorial 4/408

DEVLIN, Rose widow Greenock 1908, sold Lots 76-78 and 83-85 on the corner of Jackman St and the main Kapunda road to Johann August NITSCHKE farmer Greenock, who was already renting the land from her Application 25497

DEVLIN, James farmer Reedy Creek S-E 1886 Memorial 135/374

DEVLIN, Owen farmer Bangor Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1885 Grant Book 23 Page 51 County Frome

No 1

DEUTER, Victor Hugo agent Gawler, aged 64 in 1937, declared that he had lived in Gawler for 33 years Application 28066

DEUTER, Victor Hugo out of business Gawler South, aged 74 in 1946 Application 28467

No 1

DEVONSHIRE, Charles carpenter Adelaide 1844[-1851] Memorial 330/11

DEVONSHIRE, Charles joiner Adelaide (Carrington St) 1848 Memorial 330/11

DEVONSHIRE, Charles carpenter [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Brownhill Creek 1851 Memorial 499/35

DEVONSHIRE, Charles builder Mitcham 1852[-1854] Memorial 99/43

Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1853 Memorial 399/58

DEVONSHIRE, Charles builder late of Adelaide, but now of Falmouth, Cornwall, England, power of attorney to Alfred ATKINSON Esquire Adelaide, to sell pt Town Acre 451 (corner of Carrington and Russell Sts, ‘together with the cottage or dwelling house built towards the eastern part of the said land or ground, and now or late in the occupation of Robert HAWKES as tenant’ and Section 2328, Hundred of Goolwa 1/8/1855 Deposit281/OA

DEVONSHIRE, Charles builder formerly of Adelaide but now of Falmouth, Cornwall, England 1856 Memorial 493/98

No 1

DEW, Frank fireman formerly of Gawler but now of Salisbury 1908 Memorial 8/460

DEW, Frank engineer Salisbury and George Albert Dew engineer Salisbury. Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustees 1914 Memorial 72/470

No 1

DEW, Fred farmer Kooringa 1902 Memorial 173/446

DEW, Fred farmer Redruth near Kooringa 1923 Memorial 163/488

DEW, Fred retired farmer Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 20/3/1941. Husband of Adelaide Barbara Dew. Father of Robert Lance Dew and Gordon Dew. F Dew had an interest in Bunyeny Farm near Northam WA. Executor; Hugo Arthur PRZIBILLA farmer Strathalbyn 1942 Memorial 87/516

DEW, Adelaide Barbara widow formerly of Burra North but then of Strathalbyn, died 15/6/1951. Executor; Robert William MOTHERALL formerly labourer but now contractor Burra. Mother of two unnamed sons Memorial 120/526

No 1 - perhaps an Elder and a Younger involved here

DEW, George baker Thebarton 1849[-1894] Memorial 353/14

DEW, George yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 353/57

DEW, George baker Thebarton 1860 Applications 23466 & 23519

DEW, George as Chairman for the time being of the District Council of West Torrens 1860 Application 1854

DEW, George baker Thebarton, about to marry Emily PACKHAM widow Hindmarsh relict of the late John Packham formerly of Hindmarsh now deceased 1866 Memorial 24/226

DEW, George baker Thebarton and Emily Dew his wife formerly Emily PACKHAM widow of the late John Packham 1873[-1876] Memorial 177/265

DEW, George gentleman Thebarton, died 4/1/1877. By 1889, his widow, Emily Dew, had moved to Clare. Their son, George Moody Dew, was a baker at Thebarton Memorial 66/397

DEW, George gentleman Thebarton, died 4/1/1877. His widow, Emily Dew, died 11/10/1892. George Moody Dew baker Thebarton and Martha Dew his wife also belonged to this family Memorial 72/419

DEW, Emily widow Alberton 1878 formerly wife of John PACKHAM publican Hindmarsh 1861 but now relict of the late George Dew formerly baker Thebarton 1866 Application 16874

DEW, George the Elder baker Thebarton 1876 Application 15276

DEW, George formerly baker Thebarton but now out of business 1876 Application 15509

DEW, George of Chapel St, Thebarton, died c1877. His son, George Moody Dew formerly baker now cordial manufacturer Chapel St Thebarton 1918, declared that he had been born on 28/4/1853 in his father's home in Chapel St Application 26691

DEW, Emily widow Alberton 1878 formerly wife of John PACKHAM publican Hindmarsh 1861 now relict of the late George Dew formerly baker Thebarton 1866 Application 16874

No 1

DEW, George Moody baker Thebarton 1894 Memorial 173/420

DEW, George Moody cordial maker Thebarton and Martha Dew his wife 1909 Memorial 147/460

DEW, George Moody cordial manufacturer Thebarton 1910. His uncle, Thomas NEWMAN, was buying land in Thebarton in 1862 Application 25899

DEW, George Moody cordial manufacturer Chapel St, Thebarton 1917, declared that he had known Thebarton since his earliest boyhood. He was 60 years old in 1917 Application 26280

DEW, Hedley Charles James wheelwright Gawler 1920 Memorial 15/480

No 1
DEW, Henry George baker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1867 Memorial 29/219

DEW, Henry George baker Kent Town 1880 Memorial 92/324

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DEW, James farmer Talunga 1855 Memorial 295/85

DEW, James farmer Kooringa 1867[-1873] Memorial 126/226

DEW, James farmer near Kooringa 1886 Application 20933

No 1

DEW, Jesse gardener Mt Gambier 1871[-1873] Memorial 71/254

DEW, Jesse seedsman Mt Gambier, died 6/2/1875. He left his estate in trust for his wife, Anne Dew for life or until her remarriage, and then to his children in equal shares, at the discretion of the trustees whether to wait until all the children have turned 21. Trustees Charles CLARKE iron founder Mt Gambier and Henry BRISTOWE cabinetmaker Mt Gambier 1901 Application 24173

DEW, John blacksmith Mt Gambier 1879 Memorial 27/316

DEW, M undertaker’s assistant Mt Gambier 1890 Application 21835

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DEWAR, David labourer Norwood 1849 Memorial 227/18

DEWAR, David brickmaker Stepney 1854[-1856] Memorial 116/66

DEWAR, David farmer Point Sturt 1856 Memorial 424/100

DEWAR, David labourer Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 180/275

No 1

DEWAR, John mariner Adelaide (Hindley St) 1847 Memorial 498/8

Mariner Alberton 1848[-1853] Memorial 2/66

Labourer Alberton 1850 Memorial 71/27

DEWAR, John carrier formerly of Alberton but now of Queenstown 1855 Memorial 125/82

 DEWAR, John carrier Queenstown 1858 Memorial 177/139

DEWAR, John master mariner Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 289/61

No 2

DEWAR, John farmer Blumberg 1855[-1857] Memorial 310/116

No 3

DEWAR, John farmer Millicent Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 259 County Grey

No 4

DEWAR, John sheepfarmer Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Hundred of MacGillivray land grant 1908 Grant Book 11 Page 88 County Carnarvon

DEWAR, John Frederick blacksmith Northern Territory of SA, power of attorney to Margaret Rosina Dewar, wife of John Dewar of Le Fevre Peninsula, near Pt Adelaide, to sign a memorandum of mortgage over Lots 12, 14 Section 1108, Hundred of Pt Adelaide, and do any other business in connection with the land 30/11/1875 Deposit 69/1876

No 1

DEWAR, William Henry contractor Exeter 1891 Memorial 138/408

DEWAR, William Henry carpenter Exeter 1893 Application 22551

DEWDNEY, Richard station manager Wonoka 1876 Memorial 166/297

DEWE, George Estate Trustees - Messrs STRUTTON & PORTER Blyth St, Adelaide 1880 Application 18034

No 1

DEWHIRST, EN bank manager Pt Augusta 1887 Memorial 141/385

DEWHIRST, EN bank manager Hammond 1913 Memorial 38/469

DEWHIRST, EN proclaimed bank manager Yankalilla 1925 Memorial 169/492

No 1

DEWHIRST, James clerk to Samuel STOCKS the Younger Adelaide 1844 Memorial 309/3

Gentleman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 390/44

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DEWHIRST, James woolsorter Thebarton 1853 Memorial 459/50

DEWHIRST, James wool buyer late of Adelaide, but now of Bradford, Yorks, England, power of attorney to Richard SMITH commission agent Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate 21/12/1855 Deposit 304/OA

DEWHIRST, James formerly of Adelaide but now wool buyer Bradford, Yorks, England 1856 Memorial 243/110

No 3

DEWHIRST, James labourer Thebarton 1853 Memorial 147/61

No 1

DEWHIRST, R bank manager Yankalilla 1924 Application 27236

DEWHIRST, RV bank manager Yankalilla and E Dewhirst his wife domestic duties Yankalilla 1930 Memorial 125/503

DEWHURST, Allan Richard labourer Carrieton. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1940 Grant Book 13 Page 388 County Dalhousie

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DEWHURST, Philip Thomas of Pandappa Dam 1890 Memorial 125/406

DEWHURST, Philip Thomas farmer Hundred of Wonna 1891 Memorial 221/410

DEWHURST, Philip Thomas farmer Hundred of Wonna 1894 Memorial 229/422

DEWHURST, Philip Thomas sheepfarmer Pandappa Hundred of Wonna land grant 1900 Grant Book 40 Page 70 County Kimberley

DEWHURST, Philip Thomas the Elder farmer Hundred of Wonna. PT Dewhurst the Younger mentioned but not described 1903 Memorial 163/449

DEWHURST, Philip Thomas grazier Pandappa, died 5/3/1906 Terowie. Husband of Sarah Annie Dewhurst Memorial 55/458

DEWHURST, Hildred Elizabeth widow of Phillip Thomas Dewhurst labourer High St, Strathalbyn, who died 6/12/1947, of cerebral vascular accident, arterio-sclerosis and hyperpiesia, aged 70. Born in Yongala, he had married aged 28 years. 2 sons and 3 daughters living. During her widowhood, Mrs Dewhurst had allowed an unnamed religious body to hold meetings in a small building on the site Application 28626

No 1

DEWHURST, Richard stockholder Mt Remarkable 1867[-1869] Memorial 35/220

DEWHURST, Richard fruiterer Melrose, died 8/7/1896 The Willows, Glen Osmond Rd, Frewville, of cardiac disease, aged 75. His widow, Elizabeth Cotterell Dewhurst, died of heart disease and Bright's disease, aged 69 Application 28767

DEWHURST, William farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 77 County Dalhousie

DEWSON, Isaac police constable Pt Lincoln 1849 Memorial 46/20

No 1 - probably the same person

DEWSON, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 331/38

DEWSON, Thomas of Bowden and Susan Dewson his wife 1853 Memorial 371/60

DEY, Alexander McGregor overseer Fitzroy near Adelaide and Hannah Elizabeth Dey his wife 1898 Memorial 96/436

No 1

DE YOUNG, Samuel merchant Adelaide 1877[-1881] Memorial 33/300

DE YOUNG, Samuel merchant Pt Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1880 Memorial 38/324

DE YOUNG, Susan married woman tobacconist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1885 [perhaps the wife of Samuel De Young merchant Adelaide & Pt Adelaide] Memorial 138/366

D'HERVILLE, Emily Ann married woman Goodwood South 1916 Application 26514

DIACON, Salvator fencer Adelaide 1908 Application 25550

DIAR, Michael Demetrius storeman Pt Augusta 1864 Application 5696

DIAS, Daniel gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 443/41

DIB, Hambour hawker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 71 County Chandos

No 1

DIBBLE, William mason Adelaide (Knox St) 1860, died perhaps c1872. Husband of Mary Dibble Memorial 248/254

DIBBLE, William mason Knox St, Adelaide. Will 12/4/1860. Land in trust for his wife, Mary Dibble, for her life. To remain in trust until the youngest child turned 21. Then all children to receive an equal share absolutely in remainder expectant of the estate as tenants in common. Executors Mary Dibble and James Crabb VERCO gentleman Morphett St, Adelaide Deposit 104/1878

No 1

DIBDEN, Henry Owen carrier Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 220 County MacDonnell

DIBDEN, Henry labourer Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant

1880 Grant Book 46 Page 8 County MacDonnell

DIBELL, John labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 169/30

DICK, Andrew St Clair agent Adelaide 1890 Application 21840

DICK, Angus ML clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 163/378

No 1

DICK, Frederick clerk to GE WILLIAMS solicitor Adelaide (Stephens Place) 1851 Memorial 159/31.

DICK, Frederick clerk to JH FITZGERALD solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 493/38.

DICK, Frederick clerk to JD SYMES solicitor Pt Adelaide 1853[-1866] Memorial 112/55

DICK, Frederick commission agent Adelaide 1857 Memorial 191/126

DICK, Frederick land agent Adelaide 1860 Memorial 166/161

DICK, Hamilton St Clair agent Adelaide 1888 Memorial 96/394

No 1

DICK, James gentleman Port Adelaide 1849 Memorial 353/19

DICK, James Esquire Port Adelaide 1850 Memorial 374/25

DICK, James Esquire Port Road 1851 Memorial 345/30

DICK, James married Robena nee MOUNSIR 29/9/1848 Melbourne Pt Phillip District NSW. James Dick died 29/10/1852 Melbourne Vic intestate. His eldest son and heir at law, Colin McKenzie Dick, died 24/1/1868 Pt Adelaide, of phthisis, under the age of 21, leaving the second son, James Graham Dick, as the new heir at law. James Dick owned land at Woodville. Colin McKenzie Dick had been born 12/7/1849 Pt Adelaide, where his father, James Dick, had been a landing surveyor or landing waiter. James Dick was a Pt Adelaide customs officer when his second son, James Graham Dick, was born at Pt Adelaide on 18/4/1851. The widowed Mrs Dick remarried to James Francis WIGLEY Esquire Adelaide eventually Application 12185

DICK, James Graham gentleman Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of James Dick gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1872 Memorial 51/261

No 2

DICK, James builder Yacka 1887 Memorial 246/381

No 1

DICK, John carpenter Strathalbyn 1851[-1856] Memorial 361/39

DICK, John storekeeper Strathalbyn 1856[-1859] Memorial 149/99

DICK, John carpenter Adelaide 1861 Application 239

DICK, Margaret Manwell linked with Section 690 Hundred of Davenport Co Frome 1885 Memorial 187/372

No 1

DICK, William bank manager Mannum 1886 Memorial 248/376

DICK, William A bank manager Angaston 1894 Memorial 119/423

DICKENS, Alfred labourer Hilton 1906 Application 25155

DICKENS, Andrew labourer Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 167/55

DICKENS, John of Adelaide 1860 Application 1135

DICKENS, William clerk to A ABRAHAMS of Adelaide Secretary of the Equitable Fire Insurance Co Ltd 1878 Memorial 237/310

No 1

DICKER, Abel farmer Section 696 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1852 Memorial 236/42.

DICKER, Abel farmer Clarendon 1855[-1857] Memorial 239/80

DICKER, Abel farmer Clarendon. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel land trustee 1858 Memorial 145/133

No 1

DICKER, George Abel farmer Yackamoorundie trustee Institute Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

DICKER, George Abel farmer near Clare Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 93 County Stanley

DICKER, HF labourer Kingston S-E 1933 Memorial 121/506

No 1

DICKER, John farm labourer Bowden 1850 Memorial 454/23

No 2

DICKER, John farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1851[-1855] Memorial 351/37

No 3

DICKER, John farmer Gumeracha 1855[-1859] Memorial 134/92

No 4

DICKER, John the Elder gentleman Kent Town 1878[-1883] Memorial 18/306

DICKER, John the Elder gentleman Kent Town, about to be absent from the province for some considerable period, power of attorney to Arthur Young HARVEY land agent King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business 4/3/1878. He went away again in 1883 Deposit 104/1875
DICKER, Thomas farmer Towitta 1880 Memorial 68/323

DICKER, Walter Spencer carter Towitta 1908 Grant Book 17 Page 38 County Eyre

DICKINSON, William Ryance of Unley and Susannah Dickinson his wife early 1890s Application 26554

DICKENSON, William Brodune surgeon Gumeracha, died 18/12/1866. His personal estate to his wife, Eliza Dickenson, who went to live in Gawler after his death. His trustees and executors, William Joseph JONER gentleman North Adelaide and William Roe LEWIS gentleman Gawler, to sell the real estate and establish a trust fund from which to pay the widow the annual income from interest for life; then the trust fund to any surviving children in equal shares. Estate worth £1,500 Application 25722

DICKER, Abel labourer Pt Augusta, died 22/1/1894 Pt Augusta Hospital, of apoplexy, aged 78 Application 23275

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DICKER, John farmer Gumeracha 1860 Application 1714

DICKER, John of Upper Dry Creek near Modbury 1865 Application 5916

DICKER, John farmer formerly of Gumeracha 1859 but now of Norwood 1873 Application 12561

DICKER, John of Grenfell St, Kent Town 1882 Application 19033

DICKER, Nellie Victoria married woman Kingston S-E 1940 Application 28261

No 1

DICKERSON, George farmer Tea Tree Gully 1852[-1870] Memorial 233/42.

DICKERSON, George and William farmers Tea Tree Gully 1860 Memorial 336/169

DICKERSON, George farmer Tea Tree Gully 1872. He could not write Application 11942

DICKERSON, George Esquire Payneham 1876 Memorial 135/296

DICKERSON, George Esquire Payneham and William Dickereson Esquire College Park 1881 Memorial 115/329

No 1

DICKERSON, John blacksmith Penwortham 1850[-1852] Memorial 479/27

DICKERSON, John blacksmith Auburn 1851[-1861] Memorial 343/33, Application 3504

DICKERSON, John of Auburn. Auburn Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 345/72

DICKERSON, John labourer East Auburn 1875 Memorial 214/279

DICKERSON, John out of business near Auburn 1882 Application 19099

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DICKERSON, Thomas carpenter North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 376/23

DICKERSON, Thomas dealer Adelaide 1860 Application 1380

DICKERSON, William farmer Tea Tree Gully 1859 Memorial 275/152

DICKIE, Charles baker Adelaide and North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 229/32

DICKIN, Frank chief clerk Frederick St, New Parkside 1903 Memorial 220/447

No 1 -perhaps the same person

DICKIN, William of Brompton 1856[-1858] Memorial 154/107

DICKIN, William builder Adelaide 1878 Memorial 202/309

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DICKINS, John of Pt Adelaide 1841 Memorial 28/130

DICKINS, John gentleman Adelaide 1845[-1866] Memorial 133/5

No 2

DICKINS/DICKENS, John gentleman Norwood 1855 Memorial 218/90

DICKINSON, Angela Freeman of Marybank near Adelaide 1864 Memorial 321/196

DICKINSON, Charles Henry mariner Adelaide 1848 Memorial 112/12

DICKINSON, George farmer Tea Tree Gully 1853[-1867] Memorial 244/54

DICKINSON, William Brodum surgeon Gumeracha, died 18/12/1866 Memorial 45/225

DICKINSON, William Johnson of Kadina leased a shop and residence in O'Connell St, North Adelaide from Henry MEADOWS draper and grocer North Adelaide 1877 Memorial 168/317

No 1

DICKINSON, William Miller surgeon Kingsford east of Walker Creek trig station, on the corner of the Burra Burra Road … and the road leading to Lyndoch Valley' 1856 Memorial 278/102

DICKINSON, William Miller surgeon Sheaoak Log 1856[-1857] Memorial 287/110

DICKINSON, William Miller surgeon Franklin House Angaston, took out a 7-year lease on his residence from William LANYON at £60 a year, provided the landlord 'complete the stable now in course of erection, put a new roof on the kitchen, fence in the garden, and build a privy within one month' 1858 Memorial 178/139

DICKMAN, Henry blacksmith Adelaide 1848 Memorial 50/11

DICKSON, Alex H teacher Riverton 1888 Memorial 144/395

DICKSON, David Ramsey agent Pt Lincoln 1956 Application 29200

No 1
DICKSON, Edward labourer Alberton 1880 Memorial 67/320

DICKSON, Edward labourer Alberton 1885 Application 20510

DICKSON, Edward of Alberton and Jessie Dickson his wife 1900 Memorial 7/441

DICKSON, Jessie wife of Edward Dickson labourer formerly of Alberton but now of Unley 1922, was a daughter of Catherine BAMPTON widow Alberton. Charles George Dickson labourer Plympton was a grandson of Catherine Bampton's. He inherited the bulk of his grandmother's estate, apart from a bequest of a few items of furniture to his mother. Catherine Bampton's sons called George Bampton, Robert Bampton, and Thomas Bampton. Henry Frederick John Dickson waiter Unley was probably a relative of the Bamptons Applications 27071/27072

DICKSON, FE storekeeper Strathalbyn 1917 Memorial 162/475

No 1

DICKSON, James stockholder Mosquito Plains 1850 Memorial 438/21

DICKSON, James surgeon and stockholder Maaoope Hundred of Comaum land grant 1862[-1871] Grant Book 50 Page 61 County Robe

DICKSON, James MD stockholder Maaoope Hundred of Penola land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 99 County Grey

DICKSON, James gentleman Halstead House Caulfield Vic owner of Dickson's Station 'about 9 and a half miles north-west from Cameron's public house Co Robe', died details unstated. By 1884, his widow, Ellen Theresa Dickson, still lived at Halstead House, and received £1,600 a year for life from the estate, which was now in trust. The testator's son, George Logue Dickson, to inherit the estate absolutely in remainder expectant when his mother died Memorial 226/357

George Logue Dickson gentleman Halstead House near Caulfield Vic turned 30 on 11/2/1883. Thomas Dickson clerk 28 Regent St, Melbourne Vic also appears to be part of this family Memorial 68/365

DICKSON, James Sinclair shipping clerk and William George Dickson civil servant both of Peterhead 1914 Memorial 49/470

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DICKSON, Peter master mariner Pt Adelaide and Jane Dickson his wife 1865 Application 6555

DICKSON, Peter master mariner Portland Estate 1869 Application 9835

DICKSON, Peter [the Elder?] marine surveyor Portland Estate 1873 Memorial 5/271

DICKSON, Peter the Elder marine surveyor Portland Estate 1874 Application 13391

DICKSON, Peter marine surveyor Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13609

DICKSON, Peter the Younger master mariner Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 149/271

DICKSON, Peter master mariner Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15197

DICKSON, Peter pilot The Semaphore 1881 Application 18726

DICKSON, Peter the Younger pilot Semaphore and Grace Dickson his wife linked with William Lawson Dickson agent Pt Adelaide 1886 Memorial 129/380

DICKSON, Peter master mariner Semaphore and Grace Dickson his wife 1891 Memorial 25/411

DICKSON, Peter of the Semaphore and Grace Dickson his wife 1892 Application 22279

DICKSON, RIchard storekeeper William St, Norwood 1870 Memorial 181/249

DICKSON, Samuel William storekeeper Peterborough 1918 Application 26645

DICKSON, Sarah formerly Sarah CALTON spinster Adelaide 1866 Application 7714

No 1

DICKSON, Thomas of Watervale Co Stanley 1859 Memorial 87/160

No 2

DICKSON, Thomas stockowner Maaoope Hundred of Killanoola land grant 1882 Grant Book 50 Page 154 County Robe

No 1

DICKSON, William farmer Mt Gambier 1859 Memorial 299/152

No 2

DICKSON, William master mariner Goolwa 1879 Memorial 58/321

DICKSON, William master mariner Wellington St, Exeter 1908, died c1912. Probably his family - Margaret Sinclair PORTER no description, William George Dickson civil servant Exeter, James Sinclair Dickson shipping clerk Peterhead and Nellie May Dickson no description Memorial 101/468

No 1

DICKSON, William Henry skin dealer Mt Gambier 1945 Application 28421

DICKSON, William Henry skin dealer Mt Gambier 1946 Memorial 74/524

No 1

DICKSON, William Lawson of Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 181/290

DICKSON, William Lawson gentleman Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15428

DICKSON, William Lawson clerk Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16149

DICKSON, William Lawson clerk Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 129/307

DICKSON, William Lawson agent Portland Estate linked with Grace Dickson wife of Peter Dickson pilot Semaphore 1886 WL Dickson was a clerk Portland Estate in 1892 Application 22340

DICKSON, William Lawson shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19896

DICKSON, William Lawson agent Pt Adelaide, ‘being at present in a delicate state of health and unable to attend to my business and being about to leave SA and to reside abroad for some time’, power of attorney to Peter Dickson pilot Semaphore, to manage his SA affairs 12/6/1886 Deposit 109/1886

DICTON, Henry labourer College Town 1849 Memorial 46/19