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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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 ]

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No 1

DIEBERT, Johann of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 275/129

DIEBERT, Johann Gottlieb cooper Nuriootpa 1857 Application 6584

No 1

DIECKMANN, Adolph Gustave carpenter Gawler South 1929[-1941] Memorial 110/502

DIECKMANN, Adolph Gustave carpenter Gawler South, aged 66 in 1946, declared that he had lived in Gawler for his whole life Application 28467

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DIEKMANN, Heinrich blacksmith formerly of North Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1851 Memorial 360/34

DIEKMANN, Franz Heinrich Ernst merchant Saddleworth 1879 Memorial 249/314

DIECKMANN, Harold Erwin gardener Peachey St, Payneham 1945 Application 28422

DIECKMANN, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Paris Creek 1920 Application 26913

DIECKMANN, Wilhelm Theodor mason Gawler South 1912 Application 26092

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DIECHMANN, George Ludwig gentleman Kensington 1854 Memorial 135/62

DIECHMANN, Ludwig miner Fourth Creek near Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 170/51

DIECHMANN, Ludwig farmer Woodforde 1856 Memorial 254/96

DIECHMANN, Ludwig farmer Wodforde and Auguste Deichmann his wife 1857 Memorial 227/114

DIEDRICH, David farmer Gilles Plains 1858 Memorial 16/144

DIENELT, August Heinrich Ludwig Ernst bootmaker Blumberg, power of attorney to William Arthur KINGSBOROUGH sharebroker Adelaide, to raise a loan of £170 'on the best terms that he is able to secure upon Dienelt’s allotment 5 in the Hundred of Talunga, and the implements, stock, plant and other goods situate thereon’ 24/5/1911 Deposit 36/1911

No 1

DIENER, Christian farmer Hundred of Barossa 1856[-1857] Memorial 151/99

DIENER, Heinrich Christian Friedrich farmer Concordia near Gawler 1858 Memorial 79/136

No 1

DIENER, Johannes August Heinrich storekeeper Parrakie. Parrakie (Hundred of Price) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 101 County Buccleuch

DIENER, Johannes August Heinrich farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 127 County Chandos

DIENER, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Christian farmer near Eudunda 1886 Memorial 246/374

No 1

DIENHOFF, Matthias Andreas farmer Tanunda 1852 Memorial 314/44

DIENHOFF, Matthias gentleman Tanunda 1855 Memorial 230/85

DIENHOFF, Matthias Andreas shopman Tanunda 1856 Memorial 22/113

DIENHOFF, Matthias Andreas innkeeper Greenock Creek 1857 Memorial 233/122

DIENHOFF, Matthias publican Old Nain Hotel 1858 Application 105

DIENHOFF, Matthias Andreas innkeeper Nain 1862 Application 2896

DIENHOFF, Matthias Andreas formerly storekeeper Tanunda but now innkeeper Nain 1863 Application 4038

DIENHOFF, Catherine widow Daveyston 1876 Application 14934

DIENHOFF, Catherine widow Daveyston Hundred of Alma land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 100 County Gawler

DIENHOFF, Catherine widow Alma Hundred of Alma land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 63 County Gawler

No 1

DIENHOFF, Matthias farmer Richman Valley Quorn 1893 Memorial 198/419

DIERCKS, Friedrich farmer Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1878 Grant Book 58 Page 35 County Sturt

DIETRICH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Nildottie. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

No 1

DIETRICH, Johann Emil farmer Eden Valley Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 181 County Sturt

DIETRICH, Johann Emil of Rhine Villa 1885 Memorial 194/365

DIETRICH, Johann Emil farmer Angas Valley trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1887 Grant Book 58 Page 183 County Sturt

DIETRICH, Johann Ernst farmer Bakara. Hundred of Bakara land grant 1899 Grant Book 3 Page 72 County Albert

DIGAN, Mary spinster North Adelaide 1889 Memorial 39/397

No 1

DIGBY, John gardener Norwood 1851 Memorial 97/29

DIGBY, John of Beulah Rd, Norwood 1855 Memorial 198/86

DIGBY, John gardener Norwood, died 26/5/1864, of a decline, aged 58 Application 26486

DIGBY, John of Beulah Road, Norwood, died c 1864. He left his cottage garden and premises in Beulah Rd, to his daughter, Maria KILLICK, in trust for her lifetime, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his grandchildren. Tiesdell Killick appointed executor Memorial 50/196

DIGHT, George butcher Adelaide 1849 Memorial 5/16

No 1 - probably the same person

DIGHT, John butcher Alberton and Mary Jane Dight his wife. Parents of George Fitz Dight and John William Henry Dight 1851 Memorial 335/38

DIGHT, John Thomas butcher Queenstown 1851 Memorial 83/35.

DIGHTON, EL proclaimed bank manager Curramulka 1934 Memorial 150/507

DIGHTON, George labourer Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 228 County Manchester

DIGHTON, John Major-General in the service of the EIC on the Madras Establishment Newland, Glos, England, died 13/6/1840. He left his estate to his wife, Susan Dighton. Major-Gen Dighton had bought preliminary land grants in SA. His nephews, Edmund and Thomas PROBYN gentlemen Adelaide, emigrated to SA by 1847 Application 17073.

DIGHTON, JW shepherd Lake Sunday 1862 Memorial 151/185

DIGMORE, Joseph carrier Macclesfield and Elsie Florence Digmore his wife 1913 Memorial 163/468

No 1

DIGNAN, Edmund Paul machinist Wilmington 1892 Memorial 117/412

DIGNAN, EP JP machinist Wilmington 1892[-1897] Memorial 192/415

DIGNAN, Edmund Paul machinist Wilmington 1901 Memorial 89/443

DIGNAN, EP manufacturer Wilmington 1920 Application 28155

DIGNUM, Louisa housekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1875 Memorial 122/280

DILKS, Charles Wesley draper North Adelaide 1892 Memorial 77/413

DILKS, John brickmaker Maylands 1881 Application 18807

DILLON, Allan labourer Marrabel 1865 Application 5912

DILLION, P farm labourer Bute 1891 Memorial 34/411

DILLON, Henry farmer Millbrook. Sunning Hill Methodist Church trustee 1915 Memorial 106/473

No 1

DILLON, Jeremiah labourer Stepney 1851 Memorial 146/36

DILLON, Jeremiah labourer Norwood 1852[-1856] Memorial 82/43 Yeoman Norwood 1855[-1856] Memorial 354/85

DILLON, Jeremiah yeoman Salisbury 1866 Memorial 66/209

DILLON, John of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 178/390

DILLON, John Boswell formerly of Ackland St, Adelaide but now of Millbrook and Emily Jane Dillon his wife 1915 Memorial 95/472

No 1

DILLON, John Charles farmer Echunga 1853 Memorial 406/54

DILLON, John Charles sheep overseer formerly of Echunga but now of Lake Albert 1859 Memorial 209/160

DILLON, John Charles farmer Chain of Ponds 1860[-1862] Application 1281

DILLON, John Charles farmer near Maidstone 1864 Application 4883

DILLON, John Charles sheep overseer formerly of Echunga now of Lake Albert 1864 Application 4985

No 1

DILLON, Mary Ann spinster Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 90/70

DILLON, Mary Ann formerly of Alberton now of London, England 1867. Samuel TOMKINSON was her local attorney Application 8403

DILLON, Mary Ann spinster formerly of Pt Adelaide but now in England 1887 Application 21277

No 1

DILLON, Michael yeoman Newenham on the Torrens 1861 Memorial 138/175

DILLON, Michael and Thomas labourers Newenham on the Torrens 1872 Memorial 114/263

DILLON, Michael labourer Newenham on the Torrens and Margaret Dillon his wife 1898 Memorial 21/437

DILLON, Michael yeoman Newenham 1898 Application 23632

DILLON, Michael labourer Newhaven 1912 Application 26058

DILLON, Michael labourer Paradise, died 11/8/1917. Married, but wife's name not mentioned. Estate worth £350 Memorial 8/476

DILLON, Michael labourer Paradise, died 11/8/1917. His estate worth £350. He could not write. Executor: James GRIGGS produce merchant Payneham Application 28274

DILLON, Patrick labourer Bowden 1920 Application 26946

No 1

DILLON, William shoemaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1864 Memorial 246/198

DILLON, William shoemaker Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1874 Memorial 31/277

DIMBLE, Richard James railway employee Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1900 Grant Book 13 Page 205 County Dalhousie

No 1

DIMENT, Francis farmer near Salisbury Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 341 County Gawler

DIMENT, F JP of Windsor 1890 Memorial 175/406

No 1

DIMENT, William farmer Holdfast Bay 1850 Memorial 330/20

DIMENT, William farmer Gawler 1853 Memorial 391/52

DIMENT, William farmer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 87/75

DIMENT, William farmer Gawler Plains 1855[-1859] Memorial 16/84

DIMENT, William farmer Salisbury 1861[-1874] Memorial 291/177, Application 2290

DIMENT, William farmer Burton - Primitive Methodist Connexion member 1863[-1881] Memorial 328/190

DIMENT, William farmer Munno Para 1863 Application 4588

DIMENT, William farmer Beaford near Salisbury 1863 Application 4590

DIMENT, William house and land proprietor North Adelaide Parham township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 363 County Gawler

DIMENT, William formerly of near Salisbury but now of North Adelaide 1877[-1879] Memorial 213/303

DIMENT, William farmer North Adelaide 1883, lived in the Hundred of Munno Para from 1850-1875 Application 19772

DIMENT, William of Windsor Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 347 County Gawler

DIMENT, William gentleman formerly of near Salisbury but now of North Adelaide 1885 Memorial 73/366

DIMENT, William farmer North Adelaide (Tynte St) 1888[-1892] Memorial 93/394

DIMENT, William gentleman Tynte St, North Adelaide, died 5/11/1893, of intra thoracic tumor, aged 72 Application 26732

No 1

DIMMICK, John labourer Brompton 1893 Memorial 23/417

DIMMICK, John of East St, Brompton 1900 Memorial 112/440

DIMMICK, John labourer Brompton 1901 Application 24143

DIMMICK, William Henry bootmaker 26 East St, Brompton 1946, declared that he had lived in the area for more than 40 years Application 28433

DIMOND, Joseph David farmer Pinda trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pinda land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 589

No 1

DINAN, Charles of Cheltenham absent from the province and cannot be found. Guardian of Michael Dinan an infant of Cheltenham 1856 Memorial 260/98

DINAN/DINEN, Charles of Cheltenham and Margaret Dinan his wife 1863 Memorial 133/187

DINAN, Charles labourer Adelaide 1842. In April 1851, he left

overland for the Victorian gold diggings. He last communicated with his family with a letter in early 1855 to his daughter, Ellen GOLDNEY wife of Frederick Goldney of Pt Pirie by 1876. His son Michael Dinan went to Vic later that year to seek news of his father, but without success. John DINAN labourer Cheltenham 1876 made further unsuccessful enquiries, including advertising in various newspapers, at last declared that his father must now be dead 'from the ill state of his general health when he left here, and from his intemperate habits' some 21 years ago Application 15532

DINAN, Margaret widow Cheltenham, relict of Charles Dinan 1863. She could not write Application 4690

No 2

DINAN, Charles stonemason Booleroo 1880 Memorial 155/322

No 1

DINAN, John labourer Cheltenham 1876, eldest son and heir at law of the late Charles Dinan formerly labourer Adelaide 1842 Application 15532

DINAN, John out of business Cheltenham 1906, declared that he was 74 years old, and had bought 23 allotments (about 3 acres) facing the Port Road at Cheltenham in 1865 when he returned from Queensland Application 25100

No 1

DINAN, Michael yeoman Cheltenham near Tam O'Shanter Belt linked with Margaret Dinan of Cheltenham no description 1853 Memorial 195/47

DINEN, Michael yeoman formerly of Cheltenham 1895 Application 22984

No 1

DING, Thomas farmer near Middleton 1869 Memorial 125/236

DING, Thomas formerly farmer Middleton but now storekeeper Fullarton Estate 1901 Memorial 22/442

DING, Thomas storekeeper Fullarton Estate linked with William Ding dairyman Kerang Vic 1907 Memorial 119/457

No 2

DING, Thomas farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 50 Page 113 County Robe

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DING, William farmer Currency Creek 1859[-1865] Memorial 271/152, Application 3826

DING, William farmer Currency Creek Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1863 Grant Book 36 Page 186 County Hindmarsh

DING, William the Elder farmer near Currency Creek, died c1871. He left the income of his estate (in trust) to his wife, not named, during her widowhood, then absolutely in remainder expectant to 3 of his children according to the terms of the will - John Ding, Maria Ding and Susannah Ding Memorial 220/254

DING, William the Elder farmer Currency Creek, died 3/7/1867. Husband of Susan Ding, who died 5/9/1906. Executors for W Ding; David Golding shoemaker Pt Elliot and William OPHEL labourer Pt Elliot 1876. Probably sons of W & S Ding as at 1906; Thomas Ding storekeeper Fullarton Estate and William Ding [formerly the Younger] dairyman Kerang Vic Memorials 10 & 11/456

DING, Susan widow Adelaide, died 5/9/1906. Mother of Thomas Ding storekeeper Fullarton Estate Memorial 197/462

DING, William the Younger farmer Currency Creek 1867 Memorial 31/221

DINGLE, Edward farm labourer Roseworthy linked with John Dingle farmer Roseworthy 1867 Memorial 28/227

DINGLE, James and John Buckley Dingle farmers near Roseworthy 1916 Memorial 194/473

DINGLE, James Buckley farmer near Roseworthy 1919 Memorial 151/478

DINGLE, James Henry labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 264 County Daly

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

DINGLE, John furrier Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 155/55

DINGLE, John miner Thebarton 1849 Memorial 145/14

DINGLE, John of Houghton 1850 Memorial 408/22

DINGLE, John farmer Goodwood 1856 Memorial 28/99

DINGLE, John farmer Roseworthy - Primitive Methodist Connexion member 1863 Memorial 328/190

DINGLE, John farmer Roseworthy 1871 Memorial 75/252

DINGLE, John farmer Mudla Wirra 1866[-1880] Memorial 78/217

DINGLE, John farmer near Roseworthy 1878 Application 16672

DINGLE, John the Elder farmer near Roseworthy, died 3/9/1881. Wife and daughters mentioned but not named. Father of James Buckley Dingle, John Dingle the Younger, and William Henry Dingle farmers near Roseworthy. Mrs John Dingle the Elder died 9/4/ 1894 Memorial 18/435

DINGLE, John the Elder farmer near Roseworthy, died 3/9/1881. He left his estate to his widow, Mary Ann Dingle, in trust for life or during her widowhood; then the executors had to pay the Dingle daughters £50 each and divide the rest of the estate equally between the two sons, John Dingle the Younger and James Buckley Dingle farmers near Roseworthy. Mary Ann Dingle died 9/4/1894, of morbus cordis, aged 78. John Dingle the Younger farmer Roseworthy South, died 7/8/1916, of pneumonia and heart failure, aged 78, and a bachelor Application 27273

No 2

DINGLE, John Bible Christian minister Crystal Brook 1876 Memorial 130/289

DINGLE, John minister of the gospel Stirling East Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 264 County Daly

DINGLE, Thomas miner Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 240 County Daly

No 1

DINGLEY, Charles farmer Kanyaka 1881 Memorial 232/328

DINGLEY, Charles carpenter formerly of Goolwa but now of Geelong Vic 1895 Memorial 55/425

DINGLEY, Charles undertaker Milang 1906 Application 28113

DINGLEY, Charles carpenter Milang and Emma Dingley his wife 1911 Application 25906

DINGLEY, William mason Willunga 1855[-1860] Memorial 285/86

DINHAM, Caroline widow Ardrossan 1888 Memorial 140/390

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DINHAM, Charles linen draper & storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1840 Application 21494

DINHAM, Charles and HARVEY, George Venning co-partners as merchants Adelaide 1841 Application 24983

DINHAM, Charles in SA 1842 Memorial 223/2

DINHAM, Charles miller Section 811 Co Adelaide 1849 Memorial 442/18 late 1849 gentleman Athelstone Memorial 434/22

DINHAM, Charles and William had joint ownership of Section 811 on the Torrens River. William Dinham paid Charles Dinham £500 for his share in the property. The partners also agreed that Charles Dinham could keep 'the little mare Gypsy and the best dray harness and one saddle.. Mr C Dinham to take his household furniture and nothing more beyond that … Mr C Dinham to be allowed to occupy the dwelling house for 1 month from this date' 1855 Memorial 203/88

DINHAM, Charles corn miller Norwood 1856 Memorial 279/95

DINHAM, Charles merchant and storekeeper Normanville near Yankalilla 1856[-1859] Memorial 58/107

DINHAM, Charles formerly corn miller Norwood but now storekeeper Normanville 1859 Memorial 197/153

DINHAM, Charles storekeeper Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 24/156

DINHAM, Charles the Elder storkeeper Normanvill linked with Charles Dinham the Younger storekeeper Rapid Bay 1859 Memorial 42/161

DINHAM, Charles farmer Cotilla Farm near Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 164/172

DINHAM, Digby and Edward storekeepers Mallala 1882 Memorial 104/338

DINHAM, Edward Alfred farmer Bute trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1886 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

DINHAM, Joseph farmer Ardrossan 1878 Memorial 54/307

DINHAM, JP of Ardrossan 1881 Memorial 62/330

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DINHAM, William of Section 811 on the Torrens River near Adelaide 1842 Memorial 175/2

Farmer North Gawler 1850 Memorial 423/24

Fruiterer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 425/51

Farmer Athelstone 1853 Memorial 432/51

DINHAM, William gentleman Alberton 1855 Memorial 354/91

DINHAM, William farmer Kenningstock 1855 Memorial 182/94

DINHAM, William farmer Kenningstock near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 224/99

DINHAM, W storekeeper Bassett Town 1858 Memorial 321/148

No 1

DINNING, John farmer Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1888 Grant Book 7 Page 16 County Buckingham

No 2

DINNING, John farm labourer near Mundalla 1904 Memorial 69/451

DINNING, John farm labourer near Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1904 Grant Book 7 Page 50 County Buckingham

DINNING, John William farmer Nalang. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1890 Grant Book 7 Page 17 County Buckingham

DINNIS, Frederick William printer Adelaide 1931 Memorial 43/504, Application 27834

DINNIS, William Baptist minister Mt Barker 1881 Application 18367

No 1

DINNISON, John overseer Talia Station 1868 Memorial 129/235

DINNISON, John station manager Maryvale near Streaky Bay 1878 Memorial 125/306

DINNISON, John farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Colton land grant 1883 Grant Book 48 Page 77 County Musgrave

DINNISON, Mary Irvine spinster Maryvale Hundred of Colton land grant 1883 Grant Book 48 Page 77 County Musgrave

No 1

DINON, Michael Patrick retired Main South Rd, Noarlunga 1962 Application 29508

DINON, Michael Patrick out of business Noarlunga, born 27/3/1882, died 13/12/1969. Husband of Isabella Lawson Dinon. The Dinons came to live in Noarlunga in 1950 Application 29687

DINON, Michael Patrick out of business 12 Albert St, Parkside and Isabella Lawson Dinon his wife 1950 Memorial 185/524

DINSCOMBE, William labourer Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 239/144

No 1

DINSDALE, James poulterer and fruiterer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 137/56

DINSDALE, James gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to James WHITE gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/7/1862 Deposit 13/1863

No 1

DIPLOCK, Ephraim miner Copperhouse near Kooringa 1873 Memorial 152/266

DIPLOCK, Ephraim dealer Copperhouse 1876 Memorial 241/287

DIPLOCK, Ephraim labourer Copperhouse 1883, died 8/5/1910 intestate. His widow, Jane Diplock, died 28/10/1926. Parents of William James Diplock, who inherited the whole of his mother's estate Memorial 72/354 & RPA Search 715

DIPLOCK, Ephraim hawker Copperhouse near Kooringa, died 8/5/1910. Husband of Jane Diplock, who died 28/10/1926 Orange NSW. Perhaps father of William James Diplock labourer Copperhouse Memorials 86 & 87/514

DIPROSE, Isaac farmer Magill 1847 Memorial 61/8

DIPROSE, John 27 bachelor seaman Portland Estate (Father: P Richard Diprose) married Margaret BRIDGES 30 widow Portland Estate (Father: James MCHENRY)on 18/10/1877 The Pt Adelaide Manse. Witnesses: Hugh MITCHELL labourer and JT Mitchell clerk both Queenstown. By 1880, John Diprose was a carter Application 18343

DIPROSE, Samuel farmer near Pt Wakefield Hundred of Melville land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 82 County Fergusson

DIPROSE, Thomas Nowall farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 78 County Fergusson

No 1

DIPROSE, Turton farmer Mt Horrocks 1856 Memorial 61/117

DIPROSE, Turton farmer Mt Horrocks 1860 Application 1870

DIPROSE, Turton storekeeper Watervale 1864[-1868] Memorial 220/192

No 1

DIPROSE, William joiner Adelaide 1846 Memorial 202/6

DIPROSE, William carpenter Morphett Vale 1847 Memorial 172/8

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DIPROSE, William carpenter Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 232/28

DIPROSE, William farmer Mt Barker 1852[-1853] Memorial 116/45

DIPROSE, William farmer Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 334/60

DIPROSE, William farmer near Pt Wakefield Hundred of Goyder land grant 1871 Grant Book 56 Page 404 County Stanley

DIPROSE, William farmer Yorke Peninsula 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 82 County Fergusson

No 1

DIPROSE, William Frederick farmer Pt Wakefield Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 77 County Fergusson

DIPROSE, William Frederick and William Joseph farmers and salt suppliers Yorke Peninsula 1903 Memorials 202, 203/449

No 1

DISCOMBE, ES nurse Woodside 1918 Memorial 172/477

DISCOMBE, Eliza Standard spinster Woodside, died 11/4/1927. Sister of Emily Jane Discombe. Estate worth £360 Memorial 190/497

DISCOMBE, Emily Jane spinster Woodside, died 21/4/1929. Sister to William Thomas Discombe of Kilkenny. Aunt to Muriel Nellie SKELLY widow Kilkenny Memorial 181/501

No 1

DISCOMBE, Thomas brickmaker North Woodside 1857[-1869] Memorial 174/125

DISCOMBE, Thomas licensed victualler Mt Torrens 3-year lease at £25 a year for the Mill Inn Mt Torrens 1866 Memorial 173/208

DISCOMBE, Thomas brickmaker Woodside 1884 Application 20260

DISCOMBE, Thomas brickmaker Woodside, died 31/12/1902. Father of William Thomas Discombe brickmaker Woodside. Estate worth £1,300 Memorial 36/458

DISCOMBE, William Thomas brickmaker formerly of Woodside but now of Angaston linked with Eliza Standard Discombe and Emily Jane Discombe spinsters Woodside 1911 Memorial 35/465

No 1

DISHER, Alexander farmer Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 182/27

DISHER, Alexander and John farmers Kanmantoo 1854 Memorial 14/70

DISHER, Alexander farmer Native Valley 1857 linked with John Disher storekeeper Nairne Memorial 282/129

DISHER, Alexander accountant Pt Adelaide and Robert Steele Disher banker Nairne 1881 Memorial 3/337

DISHER, Archie McKinnon farmer Woodside 1916 Application 26501

DISHER, J bank clerk Narracoorte 1879 Memorial 77/318

No 1

DISHER, James Wardlaw and William MILNE wine and spirit merchants Adelaide (Currie St) 1846 Memorial 313/7

DISHER, James Wardlaw and William MILNE wine and spirit merchants Adelaide Hindley St) 1848 Memorial 185/11

DISHER, James Wardlaw wine and spirit merchant Adelaide and Mary Ann Disher his wife 1854. An infant son had been born into the household Memorial 15/78

DISHER, James Wardlaw formerly wine and spirit merchant Adelaide but now gentleman near Gawler, and Mary Ann Disher his wife 1859 Memorial 7/161

DISHER, James Wardlaw the Elder gentleman Charleston, died 7/8/1901. Husband of Mary Ann Disher. Their son, James Wardlaw Disher the Younger trader Fiji Islands. Executors; JW Disher the Younger and George DUNN farmer Charleston Memorial 28/461

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DISHER, John farmer Mt Barker 1847 Memorial 327/17

DISHER, John the Elder and Younger farmers Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 422/24

DISHER, John the Elder stockholder Byethorne near Nairne and Elizabeth Disher his wife 1850 Memorial 440/19

DISHER, John and Alexander Disher farmers Kanmantoo 1854 Memorial 126/70

DISHER, John the Younger storekeeper Nairne, died c1858. He left the income of his estate in trust to his wife, Jane Disher, for her lifetime, then the estate in varying proportions absolutely in remainder expectant to his nephew John Ralph Disher (son of Alexander Disher of Native Valley), his nephew Robert Disher (2nd son of Robert Disher of New Zealand), John MILNE (son of William Milne of Sunnyside), Elizabeth Disher (daughter of James Wardlaw Disher of near Gawler), William Disher (Son of William Disher) John Disher JOHNSTON (son of James Johnston of Oakbank), Joseph Ralph Taylor son of Anthony Taylor (of Melbourne Vic) annd Ralph Wilson of Mt Charles (son of his brother-in-law William Wilson) Memorial 153/146

DISHER, John the Younger storekeeper Nairne, who died 3/10/1858, left real estate to John Ralph Disher insurance agent Aldgate 1898, eldest son of Alexander Disher farmer Nairne, absolutely in remainder expectant after J Disher's widow, Jane Disher, died. Jane Disher 42 widow Oakbank (Father; Ralph WILSON) remarried to William HANNAFORD 42 widower Farmer ? (Father: William Hannaford) on 16/9/1868 Mrs BROOK's home, Queenstown. Minister: John Gibbon WRIGHT. Witnesses: F Hannaford farmer Queenstown. Mary Harriet Brook of Queenstown. Jane Hannaford widow of the late William Hannaford of Mt Barker, died 2/8/1915 Heathfield, of senile decay, aged 88. Born in Newcastle, England. In SA 76 years. Married at 20 years. Remarried at 42 years No family. Her father Ralph WILSON gentleman Torrens Rd, Alberton, died 20/10/1891, of senile decay, aged 91. Her first husband's relative, Alexander DISHER farmer Native Valley, died 21/1/1867, of pneumonia, aged 38 Application 26535

DISHER, John the Younger storekeeper Nairne, died 3/10/1858. All personal estate to his wife, Jane Disher absolutely. To John MILNE, son of William Milne of Sunnyside, a foal from his mare Sally. Young Entire Goliath to his brother William Disher. Executors William Milne, Ralph Wilson of Mt Charles, James Johnston of Oakbank and Alexander Disher of Native Valley. All horse stock on the Murray and elsewhere to be sold to pay the debts on the estate. Remainder of the money to his wife absolutely. All real estate in trust for his wife during her lifetime; then to be sold and money given in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to Robert Disher, 2nd son of my brother Robert Disher of New Zealand; to John Milne, to Elizabeth Disher daughter of James Wardlaw Disher of near Gawler; to William Disher son of the said William Disher; to John Disher Johnston, son of the said James Johnston; to Joseph Ralph TAYLOR, son of Anthony Taylor of Melbourne Vic; and to Ralph Wilson, son of my brother-in-law, William Wilson Deposit 91/1862

DISHER, John farmer Native Valley near Mt Barker linked with William Disher formerly of Mt Barker but now of Tothill Creek near Kapunda 1865 Memorial 230/204

DISHER, John licensed victualler Tothill Creek near Kapunda 1872[-1873] Memorial 46/262

DISHER, John George blacksmith Tothill Creek 1883 Application 19824

No 1

DISHER, JR Bank of SA officer Narracoorte 1880 Memorial 136/323

DISHER, JR bank manager Bordertown 1885[-1887] Memorial 111/364

DISHER, RA bank manager Gawler 1923 Memorial 76/488

No 1

DISHER, Robert farmer Spring Bank Mt Barker 1847 Memorial 455/15

DISHER, Robert farmer late of Adelaide and Mt Barker, but now of Morphett Vale 1849 Memorials 82-83/16

DISHER, Robert farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 236/68

DISHER, Robert licensed victualler Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 500/66

DISHER, Robert wine merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 374/75

DISHER, Robert gentleman Adelaide, about to depart the province for a period, power of attorney to Rodolph WIGLEY gentleman King William St, Adelaide and James BAIN farmer Morphett Vale, to collect money on loan to John WADDELL farmer Mt Barker (lent 29/1/1855), and manage his other SA business interests 5/2/1855 Deposit 247/OA

No 1

DISHER, Robert Steele banker Nairne 1881 Memorial 3/337

DISHER, RS manager National Bank of Australasia Edithburgh branch 1890 Memorial 69/401

DISHER, RS bank manager Orroroo 1894[-1897] Memorial 240/420

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DISHER, William farmer Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 181/27

DISHER, William farmer Tothill Creek 1865 Memorial 177/202

DISNEY, Charles licensed victualler Pt Elliot and Eliza Disney his wife 1897 Memorial 196/432

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DISNEY, William blacksmith Adelaide 1864 Application 5822

DISNEY, William blacksmith Norwood 1868 Application 9216

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DITTICH, Wilhelm Heinrich farmer near Friedrichswalde 1866 Application 7683

DITTICH, Wilhelm Heinrich farmer Tanunda 1881 Memorial 96/332

No 1

DITTMAR, Elias Andreas farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853[-1852] Memorial 75/52

DITTMAR, Elias Andreas publican Lyndoch 1859[-1862] Memorial 41/160

DITTMAR, Elias Andreas formerly publican Lyndoch Valley, but now an insolvent debtor 1862 Memorial 270/183

No 1

DITTMAR, H von clerk to WH BUNDY solicitor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 247 & 248/213

DITTMAR, Hermann accountant Adelaide 1873 Application 13138

DITTMAR, HW clerk to Messrs BUNDY & DASHWOOD solicitors Adelaide 1876[-1878] Memorial 156/287

DITTMAR, Hermann von gentleman Adelaide 1878 Memorial 47/305

DITTMAR, H clerk to Messrs BUNDEY, DASHWOOD & HAWKER solicitors Adelaide 1880 Memorial 34/324

DITTMAR, Valentin Heinrich Diedrich baker North Adelaide (O'Connell St) and Catherine Dittmar his wife 1897 Memorial 200/431

DITTMAR, Wilhelm Heinrich Christian baker Adelaide (Freeman St) 1885[-1890] Memorial 212/367

DITTMAR, WS baker and confectioner Adelaide (Freeman St) 1899 Memorial 211/438

DITTMER, M of the Hundred of Woolyana 1894 Memorial 115/420

DITTRICH, Carl farmer Light Pass 1853 Memorial 252/47

No 1- probably the same person

DITTRICH, David farmer Gilles Plains 1861 Memorial 25/176

DITTRICH/DITRICH, Johann Christian David farmer Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 54/255

DITTRICH, Wilhelm Heinrich farmer formerly of Tanunda but now of Sevenhill 1881 Memorial 217/335

No 1

DIVERALL, William of Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 110/145

DIVERALL, William clerk Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 132/218

DIVERALL, William land broker Pt Adelaide 1872[-1875] Memorial 216/260, Application 14543

DIVERALL, William trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1862 Left SA permanently c1875 Application 20393

DIVERALL, William trustee of Wesleyan Methodist Church land at Woodville had left SA by 1884 Application 20193

DIVERS,John farmer Adelaide, died c1847. Executor; William ROBSON storekeeper Adelaide Memorial 456/9

DIVETT, Edward Esquire MP Eaton Square, Middlesex; Bertram Wodehouse CURRIE Esquire Cornhill, London, Middlesex; Charles ROBERTS Esquire Mincing Lane, London, Middlesex, Trustees and Directors for the SA Company in Britain. Power of attorney to William GILES Esquire Adelaide, to manage the Company’s SA affairs 18/8/1854. Divett, landed proprietor and MP for Exeter, died 26/7/1864, Bystock House, Colaton, Raleigh, Devon, of diseased bladder, aged 66. John Divett of Bovey Tracey present at the death Deposits 198/1855 & 127/168

No 1

DIVETT, Michael labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 164 County Dalhousie

DIVETT, Michael farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 169 County Dalhousie

DIVINE, David farmer Adelaide 1848[-1850] Memorial 178/11

DIVINE, James dealer Bowden 1852[-1853] Memorial 333/44

DIVINE, John labourer Gawler 1864 Application 5765

DIX, Abraham labourer Clarendon 1898 Application 23616

No 1

DIX, Edward farmer Clarendon 1855[-1908] Memorial 291/81

DIX, Edward farmer Dashwood Gully. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 302 County Adelaide

DIX, George timber merchant formerly of Casino Richmond River NSW but presently residing in the province of SA linked with Thomas Dix farmer Clarendon 1886 Memorial 82/374

DIX, GJ farmer Clinton and Alice Maud Mary Dix his wife. Melton (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 14 Page 481 County Daly

No 1

DIX, James farmer Clarendon 1849[-1876] Memorial 314/15

DIX, James farmer Section 768 Hundred of Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 80/55

DIX, James farmer Clarendon 1861. He could not write Application 2513

No 1

DIX, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 136/14

DIX, Joseph gardener Adelaide 1851 Memorial 159/34.

DIX, Joseph carter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 428/56

DIX, Joseph carter Fullarton1854 Memorial 405/69

DIX, Joseph landholder Fullarton 1854 Memorial 183/72

DIX, Joseph yeoman Fullarton 1856 Memorial 87/99

DIX, Joseph [formerly yeoman Fullarton but then] farmer Concordia 1857 Memorial 48/131

DIX, Joseph farmer formerly of Concordia near Gawler but then of near Kapunda 1860 Memorial 320/167

DIX, Joseph farmer Redbanks 1863 Application 4485

DIX, Joseph farmer Redbanks Hundred of Grace land grant 1864 Grant Book 27 Page 14 County Gawler

No 2
DIX, Joseph yeoman Bowden 1853 Memorial 472/61

DIX, Joseph labourer Bowden 1855 Memorial 380/82

DIX, Joseph carter Bowden 1857 Memorial 249/120

No 3

DIX, Joseph cardriver Bishop's Place, Kensington 1900 Application 24055

DIX, Noah farmer Hundred of Para Wurlie 1886 Memorial 124/380

DIX, Revis Arthur John farmer Cut Hill [Hundred of Goolwa???] 1954 Memorial 126/529

DIX, Thomas farmer Clarendon 1886 Application 20879

No 1

DIX, William farmer Kadina 1886 Application 20880

DIX, William and Harriett linked with Section 247 Hundred of Kadina 1897 Memorial 124/432

DIX, Harriett widow Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 251 County Daly

DIX, Harriett widow Kadina, had died by 1912. Arthur John William Dix farmer near Kadina appointed to administer the estate Grant Book 14 Page 256 County Daly

DIX, William Joseph Lake school visitor Marden West 1903 Memorial 142/449

DIXON, Arthur of Kent Town 1861 Memorial 306/189

DIXON, Arthur Stansfeld and George DIXON, Esquires Birmingham, Co Warwick, England, two of the directors of the Dixon Investment Co Ltd, formed 26/5/1885, to invest in NSW, Vic, SA and New Zealand. Power of attorney to Henry SCOTT merchant Adelaide, and in case of inability, Walter GOOCH merchant Adelaide, to manage the Company’s business affairs in SA, including the purchase and sale of real estate 16/6/1885 Deposit 123/1885

DIXON, Basil gentleman Pt Lincoln Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 39 Page 85 County Jervois

DIXON, Charles Henry engine driver Normanville 1893[-1894] Memorial 62/417, Application 22648

No 1

DIXON, Donald William farmer Caltowie 1888[-1892] Memorial 203/393

DIXON, Donald William farmer Caltowie Hundred of Baroota land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 698 County Frome

No 1

DIXON, Edmund gentleman Adelaide linked with Samuel Dixon gentleman Murray Scrub and John Dixon clerk Angaston 1863 Memorial 15/192

DIXON, Edmund gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler, John Dixon gentleman Angaston and Samuel Dixon gentleman Murray Scrub all brothers 1865 Memorial 300/207

DIXON, Edmund formerly a banker now in partnership with William Lloyd BATHURST as a timber merchant Gawler 1864 Application 5710

DIXON, Edmund merchant and Samuel Dixon gentleman both of Gawler 1869 Memorial 170/239

DIXON, Edmund timber merchant Gawler, about to depart from the province, power of attorney to his brother, John Dixon accountant Kapunda, to manage his SA business affairs 13/11/1869 Deposit 107/1871

DIXON, Edward and DIXON, John farmers Kalinga 1860 Application 1700

DIXON, George Adam grocer Adelaide and Frances Helena Dixon his wife 1908 Application 25417

DIXON, GM boundary rider Wilpena 1875 Memorial 8/281

No 1

DIXON, Hartley clerk Macclesfield 1868[-1869] Memorial 72/235

DIXON, Hartley land agent Macclesfield 1871 Memorial 199/252

DIXON, Hartley formerly land agent but now storekeeper Macclesfield 1871 Application 11378

DIXON, Hartley homoeopathic practitioner Mt Barker 1873 Memorial 5/277

DIXON, Hartley medical practitioner North Quay, Brisbane Qld 1899 Memorial 237/438

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DIXON, Henry labourer College Town 1849[-1850] Memorial 46/19

DIXON, Henry labourer North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 154/79

DIXON, Henry Herbert telegraph station master Tennant Creek Northern Territory 1913 Memorial 63/469

DIXON, James formerly stockholder Mosquito Plains 1850 but now surgeon Caufield near Melbourne Vic. His holdings, about 9.5 miles north-west from CAMERON's public house, known as Dixon's Station 1869 Memorials 438/21 & 74/240

No 1

DIXON, John painter Adelaide 1854 Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 122/65

No 2 - perhaps the same person

DIXON, John painter Bowden 1854[-1860] Memorial 68/70

DIXON, John coachman Bowden 1869 Memorial 38/237

No 3 - perhaps the same person

DIXON, John farmer Kalinga 1856[-1857] Memorial 383/97

DIXON, John accountant Angaston 1863 Memorial 236/189

DIXON, John accountant Kapunda 1866 Memorial 20/217

DIXON, John of Angaston 1875 Memorial 95/280

DIXON, John mine clerk Kapunda 1876 Application 14930

No 4
DIXON, John farmer Narridy. Narridy (Hundred of Narridy) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 485 County Victoria

DIXON, John farmer Narridy. Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Narridy Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 252 County Victoria

DIXON, John farmer Blyth Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 253 County Victoria

DIXON, John farmer near Narridy Co Victoria 1884 Memorial 230/357

No 5

DIXON, John farmer South Rhine Co Sturt. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 185 County Victoria

DIXON, John farmer Caltowie Co Victoria 1888 Memorial 202/393

DIXON, John farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Baroota land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 698 County Frome

No 6

DIXON, John secretary 22 Divett St, Pt Adelaide Secretary Australian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers (Employees) Adelaide District 1957 Application 29246

No 1

DIXON, John Coleman Acting Secretary to the SA Banking Company Adelaide 1855 Memorial 193/90

DIXON, John Coleman Acting Manager of the SA Banking Company Adelaide 1858 Memorial 6/147

DIXON, John Coleman Secretary to the SA Banking Company Adelaide 1859 Memorial 184/153

DIXON, John Coleman Esquire SA Banking Co Manager Adelaide 1859[-1862] linked with Samuel Dixon merchant Adelaide 1859 Memorial 15/151

DIXON, John Coleman General Inspector of the SA Banking Company in SA 1863 Memorial 11/192

DIXON, John Coleman Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now on a visit to England 1865 Application 6872

DIXON, John Coleman banker Adelaide 1867 Memorial 144/224

DIXON, John Coleman Esquire Adelaide died 19/3/1870. His widow, Emma Barnes Dixon returned to live in England at 53 Well St, Middlesex, England. Land in trust with William BAKEWELL, Thomas ELDER, William MILNE, Alexander Lang Elder, with power to sell if the widow agreed. The Elders refused to act 6/1/1871. JC Dixon had already appointed William Milne Esquire Sunnyside and George Young Esquire Glen Osmond, as his SA attorneys 6/3/1865, to manage his SA business interests Deposits 140/1869 & 22/1873

DIXON, John Henry clerk North Adelaide. Christ Church North Adelaide trustee 1917 Memorial 160/475

No 1

DIXON, Joseph draper Kensington. Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Church Trustee 1882 Application 19463

No 2

DIXON, Joseph butcher Alberton 1883 Memorial 4/349

DIXON, Joseph Iggleton butcher Alberton 1864[-1872] Memorials 180/199 & 36/361, Application 13343

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DIXON, Joshua butcher Alberton 1860 Application 1509

DIXON, Joshua Sayer butcher Alberton 1868 Memorial 106/234

No 1

DIXON, Mark Congregational Minister Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 180/153

DIXON, Mark Congregational Minister formerly of Mt Barker 1859 but then of Penola 1862, linked with Richard Dixon farmer Bugle Ranges Application 3344

No 2

DIXON, Mark of Parkside 1888 Memorial 103/392

DIXON, Mr groom Bassett Town 1866 Application 7902

No 1

DIXON, Parker Knight of the Bank of SA Adelaide (North Tce) 1855 Memorial 174/81

DIXON, Parker Knight accountant St Kilda, near Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to William George Percy JOYNER gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/4/1874 Deposit 188/1874.

DIXON, Parker Knight accountant Bedford St, St Kilda near Melbourne Vic 1875[-1878] Memorials 133/173, 44/283

DIXON, Peter the Younger master mariner Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 149/271

DIXON, Richard storekeeper William St, Norwood 1870 Memorial 18/249

No 1

DIXON, Richard Bell butcher Alberton 1851[-1860] Memorial 299/36

DIXON, Richard Bell butcher Alberton and Mary Ann Dixon his wife 1852 Memorial 148/201

DIXON, Richard Bell butcher Queenstown 1859 Application 254

DIXON, Richard Bell the Elder butcher Alberton, died 27/2/1864. His £500 estate absolutely to his wife Mary Ann Dixon, who died 6/12/1871 Rosewater. She left her house at Rosewater to her daughter, Elizabeth Trevanyon HAMMOND, in trust for life, then to be sold and the profits distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the testator’s surviving children. Her personal estate to be sold at the time of her death and the proceeds shared equally amongst all her children absolutely. Her sons, Joseph Iggledon Dixon butcher Alberton, Joshua Sayer Dixon butcher Woodville, and Richard Bell Dixon the Younger of the Port Road also mentioned by name Application 20711

DIXON, Richard Bell the Elder butcher Alberton, died c1865. Between 1848-1858, he used to pen sheep on Samuel GERMEIN pilot Pt Adelaide's allotment 66 in Alberton. S Germein had erected a tea tree brush fence around the site. Germein charged RB Dixon no rent, because he received meat and the sheep kept the site manured. The fence had rotted away some years ago. For many years, a For Sale sign stood on the land. RB Dixon's son, Joseph Israel Dixon gentleman formerly of Alberton but then of Grote St, Adelaide, gave this information in 1895 and 1896 Application 23083

DIXON, Richard Bell butcher Alberton, died 20/1/1865 Queenstown. His whole estate to his wife, Mary Ann Dixon absolutely. Estate worth £500 Enrolment 50/52.

DIXON, Mary Ann widow Queenstown, died 1871. She left her gold watch and also the right to live in trust for life in the testator's house at Queenstown to her daughter, Elizabeth Trevanyon HAMMOND wife of Frederick Hammond engineer Queenstown. The rest of the estate to be put in trust and converted into money for equal division amongst all her children absolutely, except her sons, Joseph Iggledon Dixon butcher Alberton, Joshua Sayer Dixon butcher Woodville, and Richard Bell Dixon of Port Road who owed their mother money. If the money repaid to the estate, then the sons to share in the division of cash with the rest of the family Memorial 63/257

DIXON, Mary Ann widow Queenstown, died 6/12/1871. Her house at Queenstown in trust to her daughter, Elizabeth Trevanyon HAMMOND, wife of Frederick Hammond engineer Queenstown, to live in, or receive the rents for her lifetime. The rest of Mrs Dixon'x real and personal estate to be sold and the funds distributed equally absolutely amongst her children. Her sons, Joseph Iggledon Dixon butcher Alberton Joshua Sayer Dixon butcher Woodville, and Richard Bell Dixon formerly the Younger of the Port Road, not to share in the distribution, unless they repaid with interest immediately to the trustees, the loans their mother made them before she died. Executors and trustees: Andrew Sinclair NEILL gentleman Queenstown and John NEILL gentleman Alberton Enrolment 49/52

No 1

DIXON, Robert of Adelaide, Ruth Dixon of Woodville and Hugh Robert Dixon not described 1887 Memorial 11/388

DIXON, Robert of Adelaide, power of attorney to his wife, Ruth Dixon, of Woodville, to manage his SA business affairs 20/10/1887 Deposit 130/1887

DIXSON, Robert [brother-in-law to Robert Dixon and son-in-law of JC Dixon] Esquire St Leonards Mortlake, Surrey, England, power of attorney to Charles DAVIES doctor Beaumont SA, to arrange for legacies due to Fanny Dixson, wife of R Dixson, under the will of the late JC Dixon, to be paid 27/11/1874. Robert Dixson appointed Hugh Robert Dixon of Adelaide, his attorney on 17/7/1888 Deposit 87/1875, Deposit 70/1888

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DIXON, Samuel merchant Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 247/111

DIXON, Samuel agent North Adelaide 1881 Memorial 129/329

DIXON, S/J/T of Normanville 1895 Memorial 114/424

No 1

DIXON, Thomas settler Cox Creek 1856 Memorial 379/95

DIXON, Thomas gardener Cox Creek 1863 Memorial 136/191

No 2 – the Elder

DIXON, Thomas hotelkeeper Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 82 County Daly

DIXON, Thomas out of business Adelaide took over the remainder of the lease of the Rising Sun Inn in the township of Wakefield (commonly called Pt Wakefield) for £1,000 1876 Memorials 196 & 247/291

DIXON, Thomas of Pt Wakefield 1884 Memorial 67/356

DIXON, Thomas farmer Pt Wakefield. Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1896 Grant Book 27 Page 148 County Gawler

No 3 – the Younger

DIXON, Tom farmer Nantawarra Co Daly. Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 145 County Gawler

DIXON, Thomas gentleman Nantawarra Co Daly. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1897[-1902] Grant Book 56 Page 419 County Stanley

DIXON, Thomas of Nantawarra Co Daly 1897 Memorial 235/429

No 4

DIXON, Thomas bootmaker Adelaide linked with William Dixon Esquire College Park 1881 Memorial 115/329

No 5

DIXON, Thomas gentleman Marryatville 1889 Memorial 114/399

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DIXON, William shoemaker Adelaide 1868[-1870] Memorial 22/229

DIXON, William gentleman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1873[-1874] Memorial 169/270, Application 10453

DIXON, William bootmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1874 Application 13230

DIXON, William gentleman College Park and DIXON, Thomas bootmaker Adelaide linked in real estate ownership 1885 Application 20608

No 2

DIXON, William gentleman Glenelg Co Adelaide. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 2 County Dalhousie

DIXON, William John 49 widower tailor North Adelaide (Father: Richard John Dixon) married Elizabeth JEWIS 50 widow Adelaide (Father: Thomas TIDMARSH) on 19/11/1881 JH Dixon residence Parkside. Minister: John GOODWIN. Witnesses: JH Dixon chemist Parkside, Alice Follett Dixon Parkside Application 20256

DIXON, William Lawson shipowner Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18702

D’NESI, Giovanni farm labourer Nantawarra. Trustee Institute Lochiel 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 448 County Daly

No 1

DOBBIE, Alexander Williamson sewing machine manufacturer Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1872[-1901] Memorial 179/258

DOBBIE, Alexander Williamson director of the Royal Building Society formerly known as the North Adelaide and General Building Society 1888 Memorial 32/392

DOBBIE, Alexander Williamson brassfounder Adelaide 1874 Application 13351

DOBBIE, FS clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 81/351

No 1

DOBBIE, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1856 Memorial 109/96

DOBBIE, Thomas butcher Gawler 1858 Memorial 284/132

DOBBIE, Walter Campbell company secretary Henley Beach South 1929 Memorial 30/502

DOBBIN, Benjamin labourer Brompton 1856 Memorial 309/96

DOBBIN, Colin Maxwell clerk Pt Lincoln linked with Joseph Leonard Dobbin engineer Pt Lincoln 1943 Memorial 116/517

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DOBBINS, Hugh overseer Swan Reach Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1882 Grant Book 179 Page 206 County Flinders

DOBBINS, Hugh sheep farmer Mikkira 1882[-1885] Memorial 159/345

DOBBINS, Hugh sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1894 Memorial 206/422

DOBBINS, L engineer Blyth St, Pt Lincoln 1925 Application 27399

No 1

DOBBINS, Patrick William boundary rider Pt Lincoln 1904[-1910] Memorial 34/451

DOBBINS, Patrick William farmer Pt Lincoln, died 27/9/1951. Husband of Emily Edith Dobbins Memorial 55/527

No 1

DOBBS, Thomas police constable Adelaide 1865 Memorial 209/204

DOBBS, Thomas police corporal North Adelaide 1879 Memorial 187/315

DOBELL, Benjamin Junr clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1852 Memorial 84/45

Clerk to William BARTLEY solicitor Adelaide late 1852 Memorial 362/45

DOBELL, Frank Rupert schoolmaster Coromandel Valley 1862[-1865] Memorial 9/186, Application 6995

DOBIE, Matthew Charles of Mt Templeton 1877 Memorial 181/301

No 1

DOBIE, Thomas blacksmith Adelaide 1855[-1871] Memorial 51/89

DOBIE, Thomas blacksmith Adelaide (King William St) 1856[-1859] Memorial 146/95

DOBIE, Thomas formerly blacksmith Adelaide 1853 but now farmer North Kensington 1872 Application 12037

DOBIN, Charles, James and Vincent farmers Saddleworth Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 366 County Stanley

No 1 FIND - check PERREN/PERRIN

DOBIN, Charles Perren farmer Saddleworth linked with James Wallis Dobin farmer Saddleworth 1872 Memorial 91/258

DOBIN, Charles Perren farmer Saddleworth, power of attorney to James Wallis Dobin farmer Saddleworth, to manage his SA business affairs 6/3/1872. Eliza Mary Preddle Dobin spinster Saddleworth also gave JW Dobin power of attorney Deposit 23/1872

DOBIN, Eliza Mary Preddle spinster Saddleworth linked with James Wallis Dobin farmer Saddleworth 1878 Memorial 12/311

No 1

DOBIN, James farmer Saddleworth. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1863 Grant Book 44 Page 330 County Light

DOBIN, James Wallis farmer Saddleworth linked with Vincent Perrin Dobin farmer Blyth Plains 1883 Memorial 119/352

DOBIN, James Wallis and Josiah gentlemen Saddleworth 1884 Memorial 152/355

No 1

DOBIN, Josiah farmer near Saddleworth 1859 Application 845

DOBIN, Josiah farmer Saddleworth. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1862[-1863] Grant Book 44 Page 330 County Light

DOBIN, Josiah, James and Vincent farmers Saddleworth 1863 Application 3841

DOBIN, Josiah gentleman and Eliza Dobin spinster now both resident in England 1878 Memorial 131/308

No 1

DOBIN, Vincent farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1863 Grant Book 44 Page 330 County Light

DOBIN, Vincent Perrin farmer Blyth Plains, power of attorney to James Wallis Dobin farmer Saddleworth, to manage his SA business affairs as well as dealings 'in any other British colony south of the Equator' 1876 Deposit 181/1876

DOBINSKY, Friedrich Carl coachman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Howker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 13 County Blachford

No 1

DOBINSON, Henry Bryan painter and glazier Adelaide 1854 Memorial 224/79

DOBINSON, Henry Bryan painter Payneham 1857 Memorial 201/124

DOBINSON, Henry Bryan licensed victualler Bordertown 1875 Memorial 55/283

DOBINSON, Esther publican Bordertown, died 1880 intestate Memorial 30/324

DOBINSON, William labourer Gawler 1857[-1877] Memorial 73/129

No 1

DOBINSON, William Henry storeman Queenstown 1898[-1900] Memorial 141/436

DOBINSON, William Henry storeman Queenstown Alberton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1900 Application 24042

DOBLE, Henry labourer Bowden 1866[-1872] Memorial 127/214

No 1

DOBLE, John miner Barossa Mine Victoria Creek 1852 Memorial 395/44

DOBLE, John married Margaret nee ? in August 1846, Devon, England, and emigrated immediately to SA. The family moved to Sandhurst Vic in 1852. John Doble died 1/8/1859 Huntley, parish of Sandhurst. He left his estate to his wife, Margaret Doble. Margaret Doble must have returned to SA, where she remarried to John HOLMAN farmer Adelaide. George JAMES publican Adelaide stated that he had known the Dobles well since their arrival in SA in 1846 Application 14082

No 1 - probably the same person

DOBNEY, William farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1851 Memorial 259/37.

DOBNEY, William farmer Barossa Special Survey 1853 Memorial 78/54

DOBNEY, William farmer Mt Torrens 1855 Memorial 403/82

DOBSON, BG company's secretary Adelaide 1945 Memorial 18/530

DOBSON, Edward Francis railway porter Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 25 County Adelaide

No 1

DOBSON, James draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 473/69

DOBSON, James formerly draper Adelaide (Rundle St) but now tailor Bourke St, Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 26/115

No 1 FIND – RICKELLS, RICKETT – TT IN INDEX

DOBSON, James Rickett tailor and clothier Adelaide (Rundle St) 1870 Memorial 129/255

DOBSON, James Rickett photographer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 151/304

DOBSON, James Rickett photographer Adelaide (Rundle St) linked with Percy Dobson gentleman Melbourne Vic and Thomas Dobson gentleman Adelaide (grandson of William PEACOCK Esquire Palm House, Hackney) 1882 Memorials 156 & 157/345

DOBSON, Mr photographer Adelaide (Temple of Light, Rundle St) 1882 Application 19563

DOBSON, James Rickett furniture warehouseman Adelaide trading under the style or firm of JR Dobson & Co 1883 Memorial 219/361

No 1

DOBSON, Jesse storekeeper Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 165a County Taunton

DOBSON, Jesse of Blinman. Trustee Cemetery Blinman North. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 66 Page 168 County Taunton

DOBSON, MG bank officer Burra 1948 Memorial 161/522

DOBSON, Percy gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Joseph Allott KIRKPATRICK gentleman Glenelg 28/6/1879 Deposit 232/1881

DOBSON, Richard (Sir) of the Greenwich Hospital, took out Land Order No 7 on 25/11/1835 for a Pt Adelaide Town Acre and a 134 acre Country Section of land in South Australia. He took Section 135 Hundred of Encounter Bay as his country section. He died c1848, leaving his land to his son, William Francis Dobson. William Francis Dobson, died c1872. He left his estate to his wife, Emma Dobson, in trust for her lifetime, then absolutely in remainder expectant to such of the testator's children or remoter issue as she might decide through her will. Emma Dobson widow Barrow Gurney, Somerset (Father: Michael FILTON, Lieutenant in the Royal Navy) remarried to George BRAGINTON widower gentleman Compton Giffard, Plymouth, Devon (Father: Richard Braginton gentleman) on 20/8/1880 Barrow Gurney parish church. William KAY gentleman Exchange Buildings, Pirie St, Adelaide, collected rents and managed Mrs Braginton's SA real estate from 1883 until his death in 1889. His son, Robert Henry Kay acountant Cowra Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide, took over the business. Mrs Braginton died 1893, leaving the Encounter Bay land to her grandson, Frank Stanley LOWE of 7 Bessborough St, London, Middlesex, England. FS Lowe continued to employ RH Kay to manage the property Application 22924

DOBSON, William Francis Esquire Gravesend, Kent, England, left land by his father Sir Richard Dobson, power of attorney to John HINDMARSH barrister Pt Elliot, to manage his SA business affairs 25/10/1860 Deposit 85/1861

No 1

DOCHERTY, John farmer Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 32/82

DOCHERTY, John farmer Bremer Plains 1864 Application 5110

DOCHERTY, John a person of unsound mind near Strathalbyn. His estate came under the direct care of Berry SMITH storekeeper Woodchester since the Supreme Court oreder of 25/8/1874.. J Docherty's assets consisted principally of Sections 1763, 1765 1779, 2659 and 2660 Hundred of Strathalbyn in the District of Onanunga, '603 acres … wholly unlet and unoccupied save by the said lunatic and were unproductive of any income or profit whatever’. J Docherty owed nearly £1,000 in mortgages to Richard Chaffey Baker. WL MARCHANT bought the land £1,411/5/- at public auction, which sale brought in enough money to clear the mortgage and provide 25/- a week for 'the future maintenance of the said John Docherty' 1875 Memorials 79/280 & 55/281

DOCHERTY, Patrick farmer near Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 105/232

DOCHERTY, Thomas farmer One Tree Hill 1888 Application 21390

No 1

DOCKETT, John gardener Yattalunga near Gawler 1879 Memorial 143/319

DOCKETT, John gardener One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para and Rosabella Jane Dockett his wife 1887[-1890] Memorial 176/386

DOCKETT, John vigneron near Gawler and Rosabella Jane Dockett his wife 1893 Memorial 177/418

DOCKETT, Percival James retired naval officer 14 Kyre Ave, Kingswood and Phyllis Dorothy Dockett his wife 1943 Memorial 114/517

No 1

DOCKETT, Robert Whiteway timber mill manager Pt Lincoln 1908[-1914] Memorial 106/459

DOCKETT, Robert Whiteway timber mills manager Pt Lincoln, died 7/6/1914. Estate worth £2,890. Husband of Daphne Filgate Dockett. Brother of Elsie Dockett, Isabel Dockett and Roy Dockett Memorial 14/499

DOCKETT, William gardener Payneham and Ann Dockett his wife 1886 Memorial 11/376

DOCKING, Arundel Bernard farm labourer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 44 County Chandos

DOCKING, James farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908[-1922] Grant Book 12 Page 43 County Chandos

DOCKING, William labourer Pt Elliot 1855[-1878] Memorial 235/97

DODD, Alfred Caleb miner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 97 County Daly

DODD, Anna Sophia spinster Glenelg 1885[-1888] Memorial 150/369

DODD, Charles farmer Yankalilla 1865 Memorial 140/205

No 1

DODD, Charles John carpenter Goolwa and Margaret Dodd his wife 1896 Application 23189

DODD, Charles John George carpenter Milang 1906 Memorial 52/456

DODD, Charles John George carpenter formerly of Milang but now of Mannum 1908 Memorial 20/459

DODD, Edwin coachbuilder Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1898 Memorial 138/434

No 1 - probably the Elder

DODD, Eliezer Hainsworth miller Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 479/85

DODD, Eliezer Hainsworth miller Pt Elliot 1855. Linked with Thomas Dodd the Elder gentleman Yankalilla and Thomas Dodd the Younger horsebreeder The Springs Yankalilla Memorial 214/96

DODD, Eliezer Hainsworth miller Pt Elliot declared insolvent 1856 Memorial 385/100

No 2 - probably the Younger

DODD, Eliezer Hainsworth river trader Goolwa 1912 Memorial 46/4466

DODD, Eliezer Hainsworth formerly river trader but now farmer Goolwa 1919 Memorial 75/478

DODD, Eliezer Hainsworth master mariner Goolwa 1922 Memorial 176/484

DODD, Eliezer Hainsworth mariner Goolwa 1928 Application 27707

DODD, Eliezer Hainsworth motor launch proprietor Goolwa 1935, declared that he was a son of the late Emily Dodd of Goolwa and a brother to Charles John George Dodd of Goolwa Application 27914

DODD, Eliezer Hainsworth master mariner Goolwa, aged 74 in 1944, declared that he had lived in the township sine 1870 Application 28430

DODD, Eliezer Hainsworth master mariner Goolwa, died 10/5/1949. Husband of Bridget Genevieve Dodd Memorials 99 & 101/524

DODD, Frank John grazier Hindmarsh Island 1908 Application 25468

DODD, Frederick innkeeper Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 314/74

No 1

DODD, Frederick Robert yeoman New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1914 Memorial 3/471

DODD, Frederick Robert yeoman Willyaroo near Strathalbyn linked with John Beck Dodd labourer near Strathalbyn 1920 Memorial 119/480

No 1 - probably the same person

DODD, Frederick William gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 123/49

DODD, Frederick William farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1856] Memorial 206/71

DODD, Georgeanna Alexandrina linked with Section 24 Hundred of Eurilpa Co Granville 1887 Memorial 91/387

No 1

DODD, Henry James farmer Thornbury, England linked with James Dodd farmer The Coorong and Thomas Dodd farmer Adelaide 1867 Memorial 231/223

DODD, Henry James merchant Mangolsfield, Glos, England, power of attorney to his brother Thomas Dodd stockholder Adelaide, to manage his estate 10/10/1873. When he made his 1st power of attorney on 18/10/1864, Thomas Dodd was living at West Torrens; another brother, James Dodd of Yankalilla, had been included as well, but he had died 8/11/1872 Deposit 287/1873

DODD, Ian Albert orchardist Langhorne Creek and Edith Elma Dodd his wife 1950 Memorial 152/524

No 1

DODD, James sheep farmer The Coorong linked with John Dodd farmer Yankalilla and Thomas Dodd livery stable keeper Adelaide 1863 Memorial 67/190

DODD, James land and stock owner The Coorong Co Hindmarsh a brother to Thomas Dodd gentleman West Torrens 1867 Memorial 234/263

No 2

DODD, James baker Pt Elliot 1858, owned the eastern moiety of Section 107 Hundred of Goolwa. He laid out this land in allotments in 1856 (GRO Plan 295/1856), which became known as Dodd's Extension of the township of Pt Elliot. He became a bankrupt on 7/2/1871, when James HARDMAN gentleman Adelaide forclosed on a £200 loan which Dodd had taken out with him in 1860 Application 27243

DODD, James baker Pt Elliot 1858[-1864] Memorial 112/133

No 3 - perhaps a continuation from No 2

DODD, James winemaker and gardener Pt Elliot Co Hindmarsh 1866 Memorial 7/217

DODD, James gardener and vigneron Pt Elliot 1871 Memorial 212/252

DODD, James gardener Pt Elliot 1907 Application 25279

No 1

DODD, John dairyman Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 441/60

DODD, John farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1854] Memorial 338/50

DODD, John farmer Norfolk Farm Yankalilla 1866[-1868] Memorial 342/209

No 2

DODD, John miller Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 283/79

DODD, John miller Normanville 1857 linked with Thomas Dodd gentleman Hay Flat near Yankalilla Memorial 237/126

No 3

DODD, John of Pt Elliot (probably a carpenter) father of John George Dodd and Frances Corney BAKER 1874 Memorial 90/298

DODD, Martin John farm labourer Warratta Vale, had died by 1912 intestate. Letters of administration to John Beck Dodd farmer Minlaton to settle the estate Grant Book 179 Page 215 County Flinders

No 1

DODD, Peter blacksmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 30/46

DODD, Peter blacksmith Edwardstown 1853 Memorial 347/52

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DODD, Emily Weeks daughter of Peter and Rosalind Dodd 1860 Memorial 86/166

No 3

DODD, Peter gentleman North Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 354/42

DODD, Susan Maria domestic Pt Elliot 1897 Memorial 151/431

No 1

DODD, Thomas gardener Bowden 1849 Memorial 486/46 Yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 487/46

No 2 - Thomas Dodd the Elder

DODD, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1849 Memorial 29/19

DODD, Thomas Senr [formerly Esquire Adelaide but now] land holder Encounter Bay 1851 Memorial 124/37

DODD, Thomas [formerly landholder Encounter Bay but now] of Onkaparinga 1853 Memorial 38/60

DODD, Thomas gentleman Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 169/61

DODD, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 165/74

DODD, Thomas yeoman Yankalilla, Eliezer Hainsworth Dodd miller Pt Elliot and Thomas Dodd the Younger horse breaker Yankalilla likely to have come of the same family 1854 Memorial 479/85

DODD, Thomas the Elder formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 22/118

DODD, Thomas gentleman Yankalilla 1860 Application 1183

DODD, Thomas the Elder farmer Hay Flat near Yankalilla, died c1861. He left the Pt Elliot Hotel (Section 107) to his sister-in-law, Rosetta BIRCH widow of William Birch of Yankalilla, for life at an annual rental of £31/10/-. The executors, James Dodd gentleman The Coorong and Thomas Dodd the Younger gentleman Adelaide, to sell their father's entire estate (apart from the hotel) and divide the proceeds equally amongst his five sons - John Dodd, Henry Dodd, Thomas Dodd the Younger, James Dodd and Frederick Dodd. John Dodd to get £100 less than the others 'on account of the length of time that he has enjoyed the advances that have been made to him by me'. John Dodd became an insolvent on 18/3/1872 Application 25702

DODD, Thomas the Younger Adelaide and DODD, James of Yankalilla, executors of the will of the late DODD, Thomas the Elder farmer Hay Flat 1863. A relationship with Henry Dodd provision merchant Thornbury, Glos, England Application 4414

No 3 - Thomas Dodd the Younger

DODD, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1852] Memorial 362/17

DODD, Thomas the Younger horsebreeder Yankalilla 1854[-1855] DODD, Thomas the Younger horsebreeder The Springs Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 479/85

DODD, Thomas the Younger stockholder West Torrens and DODD, James stockholder The Coorong executors under the will of the late Thomas Dodd the Elder 1861 Application 2469

DODD, Thomas stockholder Adelaide and DODD, James stockholder Yankalilla 1862, executors under the will of the late Thomas Dodd Esquire Hay Flat near Yankalilla Application 3745

DODD, Thomas stockholder Noarlunga 1873 Application 12548

DODD, Thomas stockholder Adelaide 1875 Application 14644

DODD, Thomas gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1877 Grant Book 37 Page 13 County Hindmarsh

DODD, Thomas stockholder Adelaide 1878 Application 16999

 DODD, Thomas stockholder Glenelg 1881 Memorial 57/334

DODD, Thomas sheepfarmer Glen Osmond Hundred of Baker land grant 1879[-1888] Grant Book 54 Page 10 County Russell

DODD, Thomas stockholder Glen Osmond 1885[-1890] Memorial 190/364

DODD, Thomas farmer Glen Osmond Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1888 Grant Book 37 Page 15 County Hindmarsh

DODD, Thomas stockholder Mitcham 1893 Memorial 133/417

DODD, Thomas stockholder Lower Mitcham 1895 Application 22836

DODD, Thomas sheepfarmer Glen Osmond linked with Thomas Andrew Dodd and Frank John Dodd gentlemen Mundoo Island 1898 Memorial 23/437

DODD, Thomas stockholder Lower Mitcham Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1898 Grant Book 37 Page 15 County Hindmarsh

DODD, Thomas farmer formerly of Brighton but now of Lower Mitcham 1900 Memorial 171/441

DODD, Thomas grazier Mitcham 1901 Memorial 23/442

DODD, Thomas stockholder formerly of West Torrens, late of Glen Osmond then of Mitcham 1900, declared that his wife, Mary June Dodd [likely nee HARRIOT daughter of the late Andrew Harriot farmer Dalkeith Farm], died 17/1/1886 Glen Osmond, of liver enlargement, aged 46. The Dodds had 7 children by 1900 - Thomas Andrew Dodd station overseer Mundoo Island near Goolwa; Margaret Ann Dod spinster Lower Mitcham; Victoria Dodd spinster Lower Mitcham; James Francis Dodd station overseer Lake Albert; Frank John Dodd station overseer Hawthorn near Mitcham; Harry Frederick Dodd station overseer Meningie Lake Albert; George Albert Dodd mercantile clerk Lower Mitcham Application 24096

DODD, Thomas stockbreeder Lower Mitcham 1902 Application 24356

No 4

DODD, Thomas gardener McLaren Vale 1854[-1858] Memorial 52/64

DODD, Thomas farmer formerly of McLaren Vale 1850 but now of Noarlunga 1862 Application 3678

No 5

DODD, Thomas farmer Hilton 1867 Memorial 63/222

No 6

DODD, Thomas miner Laura 1889 Memorial 48/397

DODD, Thomas Edward farmer Two Wells Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

DODD, Vincent Arnold builder Sturt Road, Burbank 1958 Memorial 34/532, Application 29308.

DODD, W undertaker's assistant Smithfield 1893 Application 22529

DODD, Walter of Pt Elliot was a son of John George Dodd of Pt Elliot. Walter Dodd and his wife, Rosina May Dodd, lived in home called the Waterworks House on Government Rd. Dr HOTHAM had lived in the Waterworks House before the Dodd family moved there. Mrs Walter Dodd used to graze cows on her various allotments in Pt Elliot 1954 Application 29081

DODD, Walter John land agent The Strand, Pt Elliot 1947 Application 28564

No 1

DODD, William farmer Section 517 Hundred of Willunga 1855 Memorial 131/81

DODD, William farmer Noarlunga 1861 Memorial 185/178

No 2

DODD, William blacksmith Mt Barker. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 349/27

DODD, William blacksmith Mt Barker 1857[-1859] Memorial 9/129

DODD, William labourer Mt Barker 1875[-1879] Application 14637

No 1

DODDEMEADE, Samuel farmer Noarlunga 1858 Memorial 155/148

DODDEMEAD, Samuel butcher The Horseshoe Noarlunga 1860 Memorial 256/169

DODDEMEADE, Samuel butcher Noarlunga and Louisa Doddemeade his wife 1881 Memorial 185/334

DODDEMEAD, Louisa of Noarlunga 1872 Memorial 174/264

DODDEMEAD, Louisa widow Noarlunga 1890 Memorial 91/403

DODDRIDGE, John blacksmith Pt Augusta 1877 Application 15754

DODDRIDGE, Samuel tramcar driver North Adelaide 1882 Memorial 43/341

DODDRIDGE, Thomas clerk to John Hance Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 487/64

No 1

DODDRIDGE, William blacksmith Adelaide 1842 Memorial 61/286

DODDRIDGE, William blacksmith formerly of Adelaide, but now of Flaxman Valley 1848 Memorial 269/11 Blacksmith Angaston 1849[-1853] Memorial 344/15

DODDRIDGE, William blacksmith Angaston, died 17/7/1867. All his money, stock and securities to be invested in trust and the profits paid to his wife, Thirza Doddridge, during her lifetime. All the estate to be turned into cash after her death, and the proceeds divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his children. John HANNAY minister of the Gospel and Samuel KEALLEY storekeeper both of Angaston to be the executors and trustees. Estate worth £200 Deposit 146/1882

DODDRIDGE, William the Elder blacksmith Angaston, died 17/7/1867. His widow, Thirza Elizabeth Doddridge, died 15/11/1881. Both husband and wife were buried in the Angaston Cemetery. Their son, William Doddridge formerly the Younger stockman Angaston 1913, gave this information Application 26136

DODDRIDGE, Elizabeth widow Angaston, died 15/11/1881, of bowel stricture, aged 72. She had a life interest in the whole estate of her late husband, William Doddridge blacksmith Angaston, then to their children, Samuel, William, John, Silas, Thirza and Charles, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Application 20369

DODDS, Peter blacksmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 30/46

DODDS, William grazier Goodwood Rd, Clarence Park 1892 Memorial 248/414

DODGE, William watchmaker Adelaide 1857 Memorial 348/113

No 1

DODGE, William James postmaster Kingston S-E Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 301 County Grey

DODGE, William James postmaster Kingston S-E 1896[-1897] Memorials 65/429 & 209/441

DODGE, William James postmaster formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Wallaroo 1914 Memorial 75/470

DODGE, William James postmaster formerly of Kingston S-E and Wallaroo then of Goodwood Rd, Goodwood, died 30/4/1920 Adelaide Hospital. His £591 estate left to his wife, Robina Isabella Dodge. A native of Pt MacDonnell with father Robert ANDERSON, Mrs Dodge remarried to John MCFAYDEN 57 a bachelor accountant of Millswood, born Narracoorte father: John McFayden on 8/10/1921 in Mrs Dodge's home, Millswood. Minister: Robert MITCHELL. Witnesses: WJ Anderson telegraphist Forestville and A MCLELLAN home duties Forestville. WJ Dodge had been a former trustee of the Lacepede Bay Institute at Kingston S-E Application 28146

No 1

DODGSON, George plumber and glazier Adelaide 1870 Application 11144

DODGSON, George painter Adelaide 1873 Memorial 211/264

DODGSON, George plumber, painter and glazier Adelaide, died 12/6/1876 Memorial 234/291

No 1

DODGSON, John shoemaker Little Para [Golden Grove schoolhouse trustee] 1849 Memorial 261/15

DODGSON, John farmer Little Para 1849 Memorial 70/49

DODGSON, John farmer Toddhills 1869 Memorial 175/241

DODGSON, John dairy farmer Low Toddles Golden Grove, died c1894. Executor: Thomas Gibbons MCPHARLIN farmer Golden Grove Memorial 104/423

DODGSON, John dairy farmer Low Toddess Golden Grove, died 26/11/1894 Memorial 102/424

DODGSON, Mary widow Norwood 1886 Memorial 218/377

No 1

DODGSON, Robert plumber Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849[-1850] Memorial 339/15

DODGSON, Robert plumber Adelaide 1854 [-1857] Memorial 234/78

DODGSON, Robert painter Adelaide 1865 Memorial 29/207

DODGSON, Robert painter and plumber Adelaide 1867 Memorial 148/225

DODGSON, Robert painter and glazier Adelaide and Catherine Dodgson his wife 1869 Memorial 115/243

DODGSON, Robert of Leigh St, Adelaide, died 3/11/1870 Memorial 50/298

DODGSON, Robert and Catherine married 31/8/1830 Liverpool, Lancs, England. Their only child George Dodgson born 15/5/1837. The family emigrated to SA. Catherine Dodgson widow of Robert Dodgson plumber Osmond Tce, Norwood, died 19/11/1870, of disease of the liver and a coma, aged 58. George Dodgson was a plumber and glazier in Adelaide. No word about his father’s death. William Martin LETCHFORD land agent Adelaide gave this information Application 11144

DODGSON, Robert plumber Norwood, died 3/11/1870, of disease of the lungs, aged 58. He was an executor for the will of Charles MATTHEW gentleman Goodwood Road Application 11157

DODGSON, Robert plumber Norwood, died 3/11/1870, of lung disease, aged 58 Application 11483

DODSON, George labourer Clarendon 1868 Memorial 29/231

DODSON, George William government storekeeper Pt Augusta trustee Pt Augusta Bible Christian Chapel 1884 Application 20383

DODSON, Joseph licensed victualler Clare 1848[-1849] Memorial 354/13

DODSON, Robert plumber Adelaide (Rundle St) 1847 Memorial 401/8

DODSON, Samuel miller Encounter Bay 1856[-1861] Memorial 88/102

No 1

DOE, Brian James blacksmith Pt Broughton 1884[-1885] Memorial 205/358

DOE, Brian James blacksmith Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 266 County Daly

No 1

DOE, Lemon of Thebarton 1844 Memorial 226/45

DOE, Lemon late of Bramford, Suffolk, England, now of Walkerville married Louisa HUGHES spinster late of Brighton, Hants (??), England, now of North Adelaide, at St John’s Halifax St, Adelaide, on 31/12/1840 by James FARRELL Incumbent. Lemon Doe carpenter Thebarton, died 15/6/1851 intestate, of bronchitis, aged 31. Informant James LOWE undertaker Thebarton. Buried in the Hindmarsh Cemetery 21/6/1851. His eldest son and heir at law, William Robert Orange Doe, was born 27/12/1842, when Lemon Doe was a servant of Hindley St, Adelaide, and baptised 25/1/1843 St John’s Halifax St, Adelaide. Application 7963

DOE, Lemon cabinetmaker Thebarton 1840. Husband of Louisa Doe. Their eldest son, William Robert Orange Doe of North Adelaide in 1866, had been born on 27/12/1842. Lemon Doe died 15/6/1851 and was buried on 21/6/1851 in the Hindmarsh Cemetery. James MILLS of North Adelaide gave this information in 1866 Application 7963

DOECKE, Andreas and Peter farmers Hundred of Belvidere 1861 Application 2358

DOECKE, Conrad Felix horticulturalist formerly of Mildura Vic but now of Macclesfield 1951 Application 28823

DOECKE, George farmer Linwood 1872 Application 12386

No 1

DOECKE, Peter wheelwright Bethanien 1852 Memorial 224/42.

DOECKE, Peter farmer Tanunda 1854[-1856] Memorial 187/77 Hundred of Light land grant 1856 Memorial 143/111

DOENAU, Friedrich Albert Wolfgang surgeon Salisbury 1864 Memorial 203/193

DOEPKING, Dieter/Diedrich Hermann carpenter Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 456/72

DOEPKING, Johann Heinrich storeman Norwood 1864 Memorial 212/197

DOHELL, Patrick labourer Yankalilla 1860. He could not write Application 1674

DOHENEY, Cornelius labourer Kapunda 1891 Application 22175

No 1

DOGHERTY/perhaps DOHERTY, John farmer Strathalbyn sold land at Cowandilla 1854 Memorial 269/67

No 2

DOHERTY, John labourer Clare 1861 Memorial 262/174

DOHERTY, John labourer Clare, died 16/2/1875. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Doherty, and his son, Edward Doherty Memorial 60/327

DOHERTY, John labourer Wright St, Clare, died unstated. His widow, Mary Doherty, died 6/3/1890. Patrick O'NEILL gardener Donnybrook near Clare was their son-in-law Memorial 81/403

DOHERTY, John labourer Clare, died c1873. He left a house in Clare to his wife, Mary Doherty, and another house to his son, Edward Doherty. The widow also got the entire personal estate. John Doherty could not write Application 21836

DOHERTY, Mary widow Wright St, Clare relict of the late John Doherty of Clare, died 6/3/1890. Mother-in-law of Patrick O'NEILL gardener Donnybrook near Clare Memorial 27/402

No 1

DOHERTY, Martin of Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 197/320

DOHERTY, Martin Receiver of Revenue SA Railways Adelaide 1893 Application 22559

DOHERTY, Mary Theresa schoolteacher Napperby. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 394 County Victoria

No 1

DOHERTY, Patrick labourer Macclesfield 1860 Memorial 348/188

DOHERTY, Patrick farmer Blackwood near Macclesfield 1876[-1896] Memorial 206/291

DOHERTY, Robert linked with Section 162 Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1890 Memorial 92/408

No 1

DOHERTY, Thomas farmer Braefoot near Kooringa, died 25/9/1917. Father of Alice DOWD married woman Spalding Application 26811

DOHERTY, Thomas farmer Braefoot near Kooringa, died 25/9/1917. Father of John Doherty farmer Braefoot near Kooringa. Estate worth £1,200 Memorial 7/477

DOHNT, Desmond Godfrey butcher Clare 1951 Memorial 43/526

No 1 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DOHNT, Gottfried farmer Nain 1853[-1854] Memorial 345/60

DOHNT, Gottfried farmer Onkaparinga River 1855 Memorial 336/91

DOHNT, Gottfried of Woodside. Woodside Lutheran Church trustee 1866 Application 7713

DOHNT, Gottfried farmer North Rhine near Angaston father-in-law of Friedrich Zilm farmer Nain 1875 Memorial 104/334

No 1

DOHNT, Johann Christian farmer near Snowtown and Pauline Dohnt his wife administratrix to the estate of the late Carl August FROST no description now deceased 1886 Memorial 148/375

DOHNT, Johann Christian the Younger farmer near Snowtown 1890 Memorial 96/402

DOHNT, Johann George farmer Nain Co Light Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

No 1

DOHNT, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Nain 1853[-1856] Memorial 344/60

DOHNT, Johann Gottlieb farmer formerly of Nairne [very doubtful - he had moved to Nain in 1853 and this land grant was for 1854] but now of Nain 1863 Application 3885

DOHNT, Gottlieb farmer Nain, sold land in July 1861 to the congregation of the Rev’d Johann Christian AURICHT in order to erect a church. His wife, Caroline Dohnt, handed over the papers in August 1871. His children, Johann Wilhelm Dohnt, Johann Friedrich Dohnt and Anna Maria Dohnt, also testified that their father sold one and a half acres of the north-eastern corner of Section 145 to the congregation. Another son, Johann Gottlieb Dohnt, was a farmer at Grünberg, but was not there to testify. Application 11699

DOHNT, Gottlieb farmer Nain near Greenock Co Light Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

DOHNT, Caroline widow Nain, relict of the late Johann Gottlieb Dohnt farmer Nain near Greenock, inherited real estate in the Hundred of Nuriootpa for life, then to her children, Johann Gottlieb Dohnt farmer Hundred of Neales, Johann Wilhelm Dohnt farmer Kings Belt, Johann Friedrich Dohnt farmer Nain, and Anna Maria HOMANN wife of Goethe Homann farmer Sheaoak Log, absolutely in remainder expectant 1882 Application 19135

DOHNT, Johann Friedrich farmer Teal Flat Hundred of Bowhill land grant 1895 Grant Book 6 Page 2 County Buccleuch

DOHNT, Hermann Hugo Clifford contractor Woodside 1950 Woodside Institute Trustee Application 28770

DOHRMANN, Johann Heinrich cordwainer Gawler 1859 Memorial 69/159

DOHSE, Julius Heinrich farmer Concordia near Gawler 1857[-1867] Memorial 134/121, Application 8136

DOIDGE, John farmer Gumeracha 1860 Memorial 319/164

DOIG, Alexander blacksmith Farina Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 137 County Not named

No 1

DOIG, John James blacksmith Farina Out of Hundreds. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 65 Page 5 County Not named

DOIG, John James blacksmith Farina Out of Hundreds. Trustee Cemetery Farina Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 65 Page 88 County Not named

No 1

DOIG, LD clerk Strathalbyn 1927 Memorial 128/498

DOIG, LD clerk to RM TUCKER solicitor Strathalbyn 1938 Memorial 114/512

No 1

DOIG, Peter blacksmith now or formerly of Salisbury 1858 Memorial 31/143

DOIG, Peter blacksmith Tothill Creek 1860 Memorial 250/193

DOIG, Peter blacksmith Beltana Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878[-1892] Grant Book 65 Page 70 County Not named

DOIG, Peter blacksmith Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. trustee Cemetery Marree Marree (Out of Hundreds) township suburban allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 65 Page 154 County Not named

No 1

DOKE, Joseph Martin gardener Adelaide 1856 Memorial 337/104

DOKE, Joseph Martin schoolmaster Myponga 1874 Application 13957

No 1

DOSE/DOHSE??, Carl George gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 396/28

DOSE/DOHSE??, Carl George storekeeper Echunga 1851 Memorial 419/29

DOSE/DOHSE??, Carl George formerly gentleman Adelaide but now gold miner Bendigo Vic 1855 Memorial 491/94

No 1

DOHSE, Julius Heinrich farmer Concordia near Gawler Co Gawler 1857 Memorial 134/121

DOHSE, Julius Heinrich farmer Whitwarta Hundred of Goyder land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 416 County Stanley

DOLAHAN, James farmer formerly of Redbanks Light River but now of Peachey Belt 1875 [son of Richard Dolohan] Memorial 200/279

DOLLARD, Nicholas farmer Yarcowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 17 County Kimberley

DOLLARD, Patrick farmer Lancelot Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 39 County Kimberley

No 1 - later known as Richard Dolohan

DOLOGHAN, Richard labourer Adelaide 1843 Application 17581

DOLOGHAN, Richard labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 17/89

DOLOGHAN, Richard formerly labourer Adelaide 1855 but now farmer Salisbury 1865 Application 6048

No 1 - known previously as DOLOGHAN

DOLOHAN, Richard farmer Gawler Plains 1849 Memorial 441/21

DOLOHAN, Richard farmer Munno Para 1854[-1856] Memorial 340/73

DOLOHAN, Richard farmer Peachey Belt 1859 Application 231

DOLOHAN, Richard farmer Peachey Belt, died 1873. He left his estate as explained in his will to his grandchildren, James Dolahan, John Dolahan, Richard Dolahan, and Sarah Dolahan (children of James Dolahan - son of the testator) Memorial 94/267

DOLOHAN, Richard farmer Peachey Belt, died 1873. His eldest son and heir at law, James Dolahan farmer Redbanks, Light River [generally known as Dolahan rather than Dolohan] Memorial 184/271

DOLOHAN, Richard farmer Peachey Belt, died c1873. The homestead and surrounding land, plus farming equipment, to his grandson, Richard Dolahan absolutely, provided he let his grandmother [step-grandmother], unnamed, the free use of the house and running water, for the rest of her life, and paid her £30. Three other grandsons, John, Michael and James Dolahan, to get other land. The testator's son, James Dolahan, to get land. The testator's daughters, Mary MOORE and Sarah LYONS, to get £50 each. Granddaughter Sarah Dolahan to get £100 when she turns 21. The daughters and the wife to share equally absolutely the testator’s personal estate Enrolment 24/51

DOLAMORE, William John merchant Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 85/248

DOLAN, Jane spinster Clare 1885[-1893] Memorial 180/369

DOLAN, John labourer Yongala, became a bankrupt in 1885 Memorial 15/369

DOLAN, Michael labourer Bowden 1875 Memorial 27/284

DOLAN, P of Pt Adelaide 1921 Memorial 55/484

DOLAN, Robert farmer Clare 1864 Memorial 186/199

No 1

DOLAN, Thomas farmer Clare 1855 Memorial 117/89

DOLAN, Thomas farmer Stanley Flat near Clare, died c1882 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Ann Dolan, to settle his £900 estate Memorial 64/342

DOLAN, Mary Ann widow Stanley Flat 1887 Memorial 131/384

DOLAN, Mary Ann widow Stanley Flat near Clare, administratrix of the estate of the late Thomas Dolan farmer Stanley Flat 1894 Application 22623

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DOLDING, Edward farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1851[-1853] Memorial 226/31

DOLDING, Edward sheep farmer Burra Burra 1852[-1854] Memorial 83/40.

DOLDING, Edward the Younger of Lockwood near Sandhurst Vic eldest son and heir at law of the late Edward Dolding the Elder formerly farmer Upper Wakefield now deceased. Charles Dolding mentioned but not described 1861 Memorial 306/178

DOLDING, Edward farmer Lockwood near Sandhurst Vic 1861. He owned land in the Hundred of Upper Wakefield Memorial 122/213

DOLDING, Edward farmer Lockwood, near Sandhurst Vic, power of attorney to Charles DOLDING farmer Adelaide, to sell Sections 211, 212 Hundred of Upper Wakefield, Co Stanley, to Gottfried SCHMERL farmer Auburn 7/9/1861 Deposit 184/1861

DOLDING, Edward the Younger born 1813 Capel, Kent, son of Edward Dolding the Elder labourer and Sarah Dolding, his wife. Edward Dolding the Younger m Isabella FAWN in the Banning parish church, Kent (both of that parish) on 3/10/1832. The Edward Doldings the Younger emigrated to SA. Before going to Vic, Edward Dolding was a farmer at Upper Wakefield. To Vic c1852, to become a farmer at Lockwood. Isabella Dolding died October 1855 Lockwood. Edward Dolding became a lunatic, and remained on his farm with a keeper for a short while 28/1/1860. Lachlan McLachlan police magistrate Sandhurst, had him admitted to the Yarra Bend Lunatic Asylum Feb 1860. He died there, 16/5/1860, of consumption which had been coming on for about 2 months. He had no lucid moments in the Asylum, but had told the staff on admission that he was 30 and born in Ireland. Investigation found that he was about 50 and born in Kent, England. Buried in the Asylum cemetery by Dr Robert BOWIE, the Asylum surgeon. Eldest child, Francis Dolding, died in infancy in England. Second son, Edward Dolding, born 1837, later farmer Lockwood near Sandhurst Vic by 1864. Third son, Charles Dolding, farmer Lockwood, lived in Adelaide in 1864. Three other younger sons - John, Thomas, Frederick Dolding. No girls. Back in England, Edward Dolding the Elder’s wife, Sarah Dolding, died. He remarried to the widow of a certain Richard HOLMESBY, whose son also emigrated to SA - William Holmesby licensed victualler Adelaide 1864. W Holmesby’s sister, Ann Holmesby, had married William KING of Nettlested, Kent, England, by 1864. Edward Dolding [son of Edward Dolding the Younger] got his brother, Charles Dolding, to sell the SA land Section 211 Hundred of Wakefield in 1861 to Gottfried SCHMERL farmer Auburn, for £200. Application 5509

DOLEY, Byron Banks contractor O'Halloran Hill 1953 Memorial 81/528

DOLEY, Charles Methodist minister Mt Barker 1928 Memorial 77/500

DOLEY, George Henry hairdresser Adelaide (83 Rundle St) 1890 Memorial 17/401

No 1

DOLLARD, Matthew and Simon farmers Gumbowie linked with Patrick Dollard farmer Lancelot 1887 Memorial 40/382

DOLLARD, Matthew farmer Gumbowie 1887[-1889] Memorial 98/387

DOLLARD, Nicholas farmer Dawson 1889 Memorial 78/400

DOLLARD, Patrick of Lancelot linked with Simon Dollard of Gumbowie 1887 Memorial 40/382

DOLLARD, Simon farmer Mintaro Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 45 County Kimberley

DOLLARD, Thomas linked with Section 9 Hundred of Yanyarrie Co Granville 1881 Memorial 89/334

DOLLARD, Thomas Francis publican Adelaide (John Bull Hotel Currie St) 1932 Memorial 24/507

DOLLING, Albert Gustav Alfred farmer Wokurna Co Daly. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 95 County Chandos

DOLLING, Carl farmer Mt Barker 1866 Application 7584.

No 1

DOLLING, Carl Friedrich farmer Keilli. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 459 County Daly

DOLLING, Carl Friedrich farmer Barunga. Trustee unnamed Chapel perhaps Barunga 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 464 County Daly

DOLLING, Carl Friedrich farmer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 14 Page 467 County Daly

DOLLING, Carl Friedrich farmer Pt Broughton 1887 Memorial 185/387

DOLLING, Claude Thistelton dairyman Tooperang 1954 Memorial 179/529

No 1

DOLLING, Edward Bruno linked with Section 38 Hundred of Wokurna Co Daly 1893 Memorial 218/447

DOLLING, Edward Bruno farmer Wokurna Co Daly 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 96 County Chandos

No 1

DOLLING, Emanuel Paul farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 461 County Daly

DOLLING, Emanuel Paul and JR farmers Barunga 1887 Memorial 164/386

DOLLING, Frederick Keith poultry farmer Milang 1944 Memorial 83/518

DOLLING, Friedrich Carl farmer Keilli 1886[-1891] Memorial 47/381

No 1

DOLLING, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf Co Adelaide. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 123 County Sturt

DOLLING, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Red Creek Co Hindmarsh 1876 Application 15041

DOLLING, Hermann August farmer Pt Broughton. Trustee Institute Pt Broughton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

No 1

DOLLING, Johann Gottfried farmer Balhannah 1854 Memorial 408/73

DOLLING, Johann Gottfried farmer [formerly of Balhannah but then of] Hahndorf 1855 Memorial 90/157

DOLLING, Johann Gottfried farmer Hahndorf. Trustee Hahndorf Land, Building & Investment Society 1857. The Society was wound up in 1860 Deposit 118, Application 15620

DOLLING, Johann Gottfried farmer Hahndorf Co Adelaide. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 123 County Sturt

No 1

DOLLING, Johann Gustav farmer Wokurna trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Wokurna 1897 Grant Book 15 Page 46 County Daly

DOLLING, Johann Gustav farmer Wokurna Co Daly. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 93 County Chandos

No 1

DOLLING, Reinhold farmer Barunga. Trustee unnamed Chapel perhaps Barunga 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 464 County Daly

DOLLING, Johann Reinhold farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 468 County Daly

DOLLING, JR of Sharpe Well linked with Emanuel Paul Dolling no description 1885 Memorial 128/367

DOLLMAN, Charles John chemist and druggist Adelaide died c1860. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Henrietta Dollman Memorial 133/166

No 1

DOLLMAN, Henry Herbert clerk in the GPO Adelaide 1885 Memorial 11/373

DOLLMAN, Henry Herbert clerk Adelaide 1886[-1890] Memorial 209/376

DOLLMAN, Henry Herbert civil servant Adelaide 1895 Memorial 175/423

No 1

DOLMAN, HG railway ganger Kingston S-E 1930 Memorial 104/503

DOLMAN, Horace George retired railway employe Kingston S-E. His wife, Ursula Pearl Dolman, died 3/9/1947 Memorial 74/522

DOLMAN, Ursula Pearl married woman Kingston S-E 1943 Application 28347

No 1

DOLMAN, John farmer Redruth 1857 Memorial 284/129

DOLMAN, John yeoman Hampton 1869 Memorial 179/243

DOLMAN, John labourer Hampton near Redruth 1870 Memorial 213/247

DOLMAN, John yeoman Hampton near Kooringa 1877 Memorial 79/301

DOLMAN, John farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 12 County Burra

DOLPHIN, George labourer Hundred of Colton Hundred of Colton land grant 1891 Grant Book 48 Page 78 County Musgrave

DOLPHIN, John Edward mason Norwood 1878 Memorial 50/305

No 1

DOLPHIN, John Humphrey shoemaker Woodside 1854[-1858] Memorial 23/63

DOLPHIN, John Humphry of Woodside died. Lots 10, 14 Woodside to his son John Edward Dolphin, to son William Dolphin lot 40 Woodside; to daughter Margaret Jane, lot 138 Woodside; to daughter Elizabeth Ann Dolphin, lot 139 Woodside. The testator's wife, Elizabeth Dolphin, to administer the estate, so long as she remained unmarried, with no power to sell. Children to inherit when they came of age. Will made 18/2/1862 Deposit 20/1878

DOLPHIN, John Humphrey of Woodside died intestate. His widow, Elizabeth Dolphin, remarried to Robert William HORTOP mason Woodside. John Edward Dolphin labourer Woodside, eldest son and heir at law of the late JH Dolphin, administered his father's estate 1871 Memorial 162/253

DOLPHIN, John Humphrey married Elizabeth HUNTER. The Dolphins settled at Woodside. Family - twin daughters Margaret and Elizabeth Dolphin born 5/8/1857, son William Dolphin 20/11/1860. John Humphrey Dolphin shoemaker Woodside, died 21/2/1862, of phthisis, aged 39. His widow, Elizabeth Dolphin 29 (Father: William Hunter), remarried to Robert HORTOP 23 stonemason Woodside (Father: Daniel Hortop) on 24/9/1863 St James’s Blakiston. Witnesses: Daniel Hortop stonemason Woodside and Mary Ann Hortop his wife. Elizabeth Dolphin’s daughter, Elizabeth Dolphin 21, married William HOWES 41 widower broker North Adelaide (Father Joshua Hurd Howes) on 12/2/1879 United Methodist Free Church Adelaide. Minister Barnet Patch MUDGE. Witnesses: John Edward Dolphin mason Medindie, ad Margaret Jane Dolphin of Walkerville. By 1884, the Robert Hortops were living at Wellington Road, North Norwood, and William Hunter Dolphin was a mason of North Norwood. William HOWES was a ship broker at College Park 1884 Application 20196

DOLPHIN, Margaret Jane spinster College Park and Elizabeth Ann HOWES wife of William Howes ship broker College Park, daughters of John Humprey Dolphin deceased, late of Woodside 1884 Application 20131

No 1

DOMAN, James farmer Little Para 1855 Memorial 479/89

DOMAN, James farmer Malcolm Flat near Kersbrook 1856 Application 11158

DOMAN, James farmer Kersbrook Hundred of Caroline land grant 1870[-1871] Grant Book 31 Page 13 County Grey

DOMAN, James farmer Wye Hundred of Caroline land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 2 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DOMAN, John and William farmers Hundred of Caroline 1897 Memorial 135/432

DOMAN, John storekeeper of Yahl near Mt Gambier 1910 Memorial 185/463

DOMAN, Spencer Arthur company director 3 Wilsden St, North Walkerville 1943[-1949] Memorial 118/517

No 1 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DOMASCHENZ, Christian farmer Concordia near Gawler Hundred of Melville land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

DOMASCHENZ, Christian the Younger farmer Yorketown Hundred of Melville land grant 1904 Grant Book 19 Page 88 County Fergusson

DOMASCHENZ, Friedrich farmer Robe S-E 1909[-1913] Memorial 162/460, Application 26253

DOMASCHENZ, George the Younger farmer Kingston S-E and Rosaline Domaschenz his wife 1900[-1922] Memorial 206/441

DOMASCHENZ, Martin grazier Robe S-E 1900 Memorial 41/440

DOMASCHENZ, Matthes farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 67 County Fergusson

DOMASCHENZ, Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Koolywurtie 1889 Memorial 209/395

No 1 - probably the same person

DOMEYER, Julius Albert storekeeper North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 324/85

DOMEYER, Albert butcher North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 313/188

DOMEYER, Albert butcher Kapunda 1863 Memorial 313/188

DOMEYER, Albert licensed victualler Adelaide (Young Queen's Inn Gawler Place) 1865 Memorial 250/238

DOMEYER, Albert publican Adelaide Co Adelaide. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 443 County Victoria

DOMEYER, Albert publican Daveyston Co Light. Stephenson (Hundred of Palmer) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 96 County Newcastle

DOMEYER, Carl Bernhardt butcher Nuriootpa 1897 Application 23338

DOMIER, Christian farmer Wilmington 1890 Memorial 198/402

DOMMENZ, August farmer Hundred of Bright father of Wilhelm and Emma Dommenz Hundred of Bright 1891 Memorial 143/408

DOMMETT, John baker Narracoorte and Prudence Dommett his wife 1886[-1888] Memorial 146/381, Application 21474

No 1

DONACHY, Francis mason Stirling East 1883 Application 19729

DONACHY, Francis mason Stirling East and Mary Donachy his wife 1890 Application 21807

DONACHY, Frank mason Stirling East 1903 Application 234598

No 1

DONAGHEY, James wheelwright Melrose 1863[-1865] Memorial 25/189

No 2

DONAGHEY, James of near Clare 1869 Memorial 223/240

DONALD, Ernest William house decorator and painter Adelaide changed his name to Ernest William TOMLEY 1919 Memorial 94/479

DONALD, Fraser storekeeper Tarcowie. Tarcowie (Hundred of Tarcowie) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 29 County Dalhousie

No 1

DONALD, Henry cellarman Magill 1882 Memorial 26/340

DONALD, Henry labourer Magill 1887[-1890] Memorial 191/386

DONALD, Henry labourer formerly of Magill but now of Brampton 1892 Application 22363

DONALD, James farmer Gawler Plains 1852[-1853] Memorial 307/42.

DONALD, John signalman Alberton 1900 Memorial 147/440

DONALDSON, Alexander importer Adelaide, power of attorney to Robert Charles ANDREWS, to manage his SA affairs in conjunction with the firm of Robert Charles ANDREWS, William Henry SHARLAND and Robert WALLACE 14/11/1870 Deposit 103/1871

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DONALDSON, David labourer Rosewater 1858 Memorial 341/171

DONALDSON, David gentleman Yatala Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5249

DONALDSON, David storekeeper Rosewater 1876 Application 15507

DONALDSON, Donald formerly labourer Rosewater 1858 but now engineer Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6303

DONALDSON, Mr storekeeper Rosewater 1870 Application 10665

DONALDSON, David storekeeper Rosewater died intestate. Letters of administration to John Donaldson fireman no address 1884 Application 20166

DONALDSON, David storekeeper Rosewater, died 14/2/ 1884 a widower and intestate. Letters of administration to the testator's brother, John Donaldson fireman Rosewater, to care for the estate until one of the testator's three daughters - Jane, Jessie and Isabella Donaldson - turned 21 Memorial 217/357

DONALDSON, David storekeeper Rosewater, died 14/2/1884, a widower and intestate. Letters of administration to his brother, John Donaldson fireman Rosewater, to administer the estate and look after the children, until they all turn 21 and inherit the estate in equal shares absolutely. Children - Jane, Jessie and Isabella Donaldson Enrolment 70/53

DONALDSON, Ebenezer farmer Barossa West Co Adelaide. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 460 County Daly

DONALDSON, Eliza Jane and Jessie Rattray Donaldson spinsters Coromandel Valley 1887[-1889] Memorial 186/383

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DONALDSON, George of Stephens Place, Adelaide. [A Donaldson no description also mentioned in 1844 ] 1844[-1877] Memorial 360/51

DONALDSON, George solicitor Adelaide (Stephens Place) 1847[-1853] Memorial 181/276

DONALDSON, George Senr clerk to Charles MANN solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1851 Memorial 294/35.

DONALDSON, George the Younger clerk to Charles MANN solicitor Adelaide 1852[-1856] Memorial 461/42.

DONALDSON, George the Younger clerk to Charles MANN Esquire Crown Solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 457/89

DONALDSON, George the Younger of Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 217/121

DONALDSON, George of Gilbert Place, Adelaide 1856 Memorial 240/108

DONALDSON, George the Younger solicitor Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 281/153

DONALDSON, George the Younger solicitor Adelaide (Gilbert Place) 1861[-1886] Memorial 139/173

DONALDSON, George the Younger gentleman King William St, Adelaide 1865[-1868] Memorial 140/201

DONALDSON, George the Younger of Clark Buildings, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 131/202

DONALDSON, George solicitor Adelaide (Penn Chambers, King William St) 1870[-1871] Memorial 94/250

DONALDSON, George of Stephens Place, Adelaide 1886 Memorial 195/377

DONALDSON, George stipendiary magistrate Pt Augusta 1881 Memorial 197/331

DONALDSON, George the Younger managing clerk to William Henry BUNDEY solicitor King William St, Adelaide 1870 Application 10817

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DONALDSON, George gentleman North Adelaide 1864 Memorial 348/199

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DONALDSON, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1847[-1855] Memorial 157/57

DONALDSON, James farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Application 5726

DONALDSON, James farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Grace land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 61 County Gawler

No 2

DONALDSON, James mariner Alberton 1853[-1857] Memorial 155/57

DONALDSON, James formerly mariner Alberton but now yeoman Gumeracha 1857 Memorial 278/113

DONALDSON, James and his wife, Christina Donaldson no description, had died by 1888. Apparently at this stage, their family consisted of Mary ROBERTS wife of Thomas Roberts bootmaker formerly of Mt Pleasant but now of Adelaide, James Donaldson overseer Talia, George Donaldson carrier Pt Augusta West, William Donaldson bootmaker Fremantle WA, Janet GILSON wife of Frederick Gilson farmer Blumberg and John Alexander Donaldson licensed victualler Innamincka Memorial 199/394

DONALDSON, Christiana widow Section 6590 Hundred of Talunga near Blumberg mother of Mary ROBERTS wife of Thomas Roberts shoemaker Mt Pleasant, John Alexander Donaldson, James Donaldson, George Donaldson, William Donaldson and Janet Donaldson 1871 Memorial 152/386

No 3

DONALDSON, James farmer Gulnare trustee unnamed School Hundred of Bundaleer Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

DONALDSON, James farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 359 County Victoria

No 4

DONALDSON, James builder Paradise 1910 Application 25891

DONALDSON, James Keith gardener Paradise. St Martin's Campbelltown parishioner 1942 Memorial 142/516

No 1

DONALDSON, John farmer Quorn 1887 Memorial 92/384

No 2

DONALDSON, John of Adelaide local secretary of the Australian Widows Fund Life Insurance Society Ltd 1887 Memorial 139/387

No 1

DONALDSON, John Alexander publican Innamincka. He had links with Blumberg 1890 Memorial 157/403

DONALDSON, John Alexander publican Innamincka, died 18/3/1897 Norwood. Executors: Thomas ROBERTS schoolmaster Minlaton and Frederick GIBSON farmer Blumberg Memorial 154/433

No 1

DONALDSON, John farmer Alma Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875[-1876] Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

DONALDSON, John Alexander licensed victualler Hopetoun Out of Hundreds. Hopetoun (later Innamincka Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 65 Page 204 County Not named

DONALDSON, John Graham grazier Strathalbyn 1956 Application 28803

DONALDSON, John James gentleman Semaphore 1878 Memorial 211/310

DONALDSON, Matthew carpenter Alma Plains Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 241 County Gawler

DONALDSON, Peter carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 301/26

DONALDSON, PLW clerk to George Donaldson the Younger solicitor Adelaide (Gilbert Place) 1862 Memorial 240/181

DONALDSON, Samuel fitter Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 214 County Dalhousie

No 1 - is this a mixture of the Elder and the Younger?

DONALDSON, Thomas Marshall draper Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 472/12

DONALDSON, Thomas Marshall draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851[-1852] Memorial 68/36.

DONALDSON, Thomas Marshall draper Hindmarsh 1852[-1856] Memorial 448/41.

DONALDSON, Thomas Marshall gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 460/63

DONALDSON, Thomas Marshall gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Sandridge near Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 318/94

DONALDSON, William Henry farmer Cunliffe 1902 Memorial 90/447

No 1

DONDON, Thomas wheelwright Virginia 1868[-1869] Memorial 225/230

DONDON, Thomas wheelwright formerly of Virginia 1869 but now of Pt Pirie 1877 Application 16173

DONDON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1893 Grant Book 60 Page 300 County Victoria

DONEGAN, Daniel labourer Torrens St, Hindmarsh 1914 Memorial 105/473, Application 27850

DONEGAN, M police trooper Woodside 1900 Application 24062

DONEHUE, George labourer Furner Hundred of Kennion land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 378 County Grey

DONELAN, James farmer Hundred of Willochra 1881 Memorial 18/335

DONEVAN, James labourer Coonatto Station 1869 Memorial 180/240

No 1

DONEY, Archibald innkeeper Nairne 1857 5-year lease of the District Hotel, Nairne, for £100 a year from John DISHER the Younger storekeeper Nairne Memorial 336/126

DONEY, Archibald miner Moonta Mine and Emma Doney his wife; parents of Emma PLUNKETT formerly GILLETT wife of John Ambrose Plunkett civil servant Adelaide 1885 Memorial 138/363 & RPA Search 2040

DONEY, Emma wife of Archibald Doney miner Moonta Mines 1890, a right to property in Nairne in trust for life, then to Emma PLUNKETT nee GILLETT wife of John Ambrose Plunkett civil servant Adelaide absolutely in remainder expectant Application 21789

DONEY, Emma wife of Archibald Doney miner Moonta Mines, died 28/2/1891, of 3 years' asthma and lung congestion, aged 71 Application 22147

No 1

DONEY, Samuel miner Kanmantoo Mines 1849 Memorial 319/17

DONEY, Samuel miner Nairne 1853 Memorial 134/57

DONEY, Samuel farmer Nairne 1854[-1861] Memorial 252/75

DONEY, Samuel gentleman Nairne 1865 Memorial 330/206

DONEY, Samuel farmer Nairne 1866 Application 7651

DONEY, Samuel farmer near Nairne linked with William Doney miner Nairne 1867 Memorial 9/222, Application 8850

DONEY, Samuel farmer Mt Barker. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1853 Memorial 181/303

DONEY, Samuel farmer Harrogate and Anne Doney his wife formerly Anne STAFFORD widow of Obadiah Stafford formerly farmer Brookland near Harrogate but now deceased. Under the terms of her late husband's will, she had to hand over the real estate to George GILL insurance clerk Adelaide once she remarried 1879 Memorial 48/318

DONGHTY, CG JP of MtGambier 1879 Memorial 200/319

DONHARDT, August farmer Milendella. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

No 1 – Carl Friedrich Donhardt

DONHARDT, Friedrich farmer Milendella 1887[-1890] Memorial 135/383

DONHARDT, Carl Friedrich farmer Milendella Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

DONHOO, John farmer The Gilbert 1852[-1853] Memorial 143/46

DONLEY, Frederick farmer Balaklava 1884[-1885] Memorial 36/363

DONLEY, Robert carrier Victorville and Catherine Donley his wife 1865 Application 7011

No 1

DONISTHORPE, George carter Thebarton 1854[-1856] Memorial 10/74

DONISTHORPE, Ann widow Adelaide 1883 Application 19867

DONKIN, Isabel widow Adelaide Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 49 Page 19 County Newcastle

DONLIN, Thomas labourer Gawler 1851[-1854] Memorial 52/35.

No 1

DONNAN, Anthony of Thebarton, and Ann Donnan his wife 1850 Memorial 491/26

DONNAN, Anthony labourer Adelaide 1841. He died 8/6/1851 intestate, leaving his eldest son, John Donnan labourer Adelaide (Gilbert St), as heir at law. Ann Donnan, widow of Anthony Donnan, died 1866 intestate, leaving one son and four daughters surviving her Application 22266

DONNE, Samuel carrier Walkerville 1851 Memorial 120/31

DONELAN, John labourer Kapunda 1868 Memorial 152/233

DONNELL, Charles David farmer Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 54 County Buccleuch

No 1

DONNELL, James Frost labourer Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 7/274

DONNELL, James Frost stevedore Yatala township 1889 Application 21628

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DONNELL, John teacher Little Adelaide 1897 Memorial 53/433

DONNELL, John of Wallaroo 1917 Memorial 113/485

DONNELL, John First of the Portland Estate 1876 Application 15535

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DONNELL, William farmer Tickera 1892 Memorial 229/414

DONNELL, William farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 216 County Daly

DONNELL, William farmer Wallaroo. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 222 County Daly

DONNELL, William Leslie Roy farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 46 County Chandos

No 1 – likely to be the same person

DONNELLAN, James labourer Caltowie Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

DONNELLAN, James farmer Bruce trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Willochra land grant 1887 Grant Book 24 Page 549 County Frome

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DONNELLAN, Patrick mason Kapunda 1867 Memorial 67/224

DONNELLAN, Patrick labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 49 County Dalhousie

DONNELLAN, Patrick of Gordon Co Alfred 1885 Memorial 203/370

DONNELLAN, Thomas farmer Narridy Hundred of Kanyaka land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 70 County Newcastle

DONNELLY, Arthur licesed victualler Gawler 1848 Memorial 475/10

DONNELLY, Bernard miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 71 County Daly

DONNELLY, Daniel of the Meadows 1858 Memorial 338/144

DONNELLY, Frederick labourer Greenock 1883 Memorial 52/351

No 1

DONNELLY, James labourer Thebarton 1850 Memorial 96/22

DONNELLY, James farmer Gawler River 1853[-1855] Memorial 24/48

Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1855 Memorial 315/81

DONNELLY, James farmer Mudla Wirra Co Gawler. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Co Light 1856 Memorial 120/111

DONNELLY, James farmer Fairview Section 106 Hundred of Mudla Wirra, died c1857. Father of Stephen, Matthew and John Donnelly and Catherine and Mary Donnelly. Executors; his eldest son Stephen Donnelly and Patrick MCNAMARA of Clare Memorial 331/126

DONNELLY, James farmer Fairview Section 106 Hundred of Mudla Wirra, Co Gawler, died c1857. Eldest son, Stephen Donnelly, to get Sections 522, Hundred of Upper Wakefield (41 acres), Section 125 Hundred of Saddleworth. James to give half the value of the crop of the present harvest and add that sum to £300 which the executors shall deposit in the Gawler branch of the SA Banking Company. This money for his second son, Matthew DONNELLY, to buy a farm. Matthew DONNELLY also to get Lot 14 in the township of Thebarton. Youngest son John Donnelly to get Section 20 Hundred of Pt Gawler and Section 106 Hundred of Mudla Wirra. John Donnelly to give £300 of £100 in three consecutive years of stages for his sister, Catherine Donnelly, to have a dowry (Catherine to get £100 on the day of her marriage and the remaining £200 after giving birth to the first child ‘and as long as the said Catherine Donnelly stops with the said John Donnelly which is my wish that she shall until she be married he is to provide her with respectable clothes or give her the price of them should she have no family the executors to pay her the money at the expiration of three years should she not survive the money to be divied equally between my three sons and daughter Mary. The sons to divided the farming equipment up in a certain way. Daughter Catherine to get the spring cart and harness and a box to contain her clothes. The sons to divided the horses and working bullocks amongst them in a certain way. Household furniture also to be divided up amongst the sons in a certain fashion. ‘If Thomas BRADY returns my daughter Betsey’s furniture, they are to be equally divided between both my sons Stephen and Matthew Donnelly, and they are to supply my daughter Catherine Donnelly with bedding when she requires it. Patrick MCNAMARA of Clare Vale Upper Wakefield, and eldest son, Stephen Donnelly to be executors. Stephen and John Donnelly to assist Matthew Donnelly to fence and plow 80 acres of his farm in the first season. Will made 10/9/1857 Application 2215

No 1

DONNELLY, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1859 [Likely to be husband of Mary Donnelly nee Mary Keelen Memorial 359/160

DONNELLY, John farmer Gawler River (Father; James Donnelly) married Mary KEELEN 20 Wakefield River (Father: Bernard Keelan) on 28/9/1858 Wakkefield. Minister: Fr Joseph TAPPEINER. Witnesses: James TRANTER teamster Kercunda; Rosy Keelan of Wakefield. John Donnelly farmer Lower Wakefield, died 16/5/1862 intestate, of an internal blood vessel rupture, aged 25. His eldest son, James Donnelly, born 1/1/1860 Wakefield River, inherited as heir at law. He became a farmer at Undalya 1882 Application 19057

DONNELLY, Mary nee Keelen, remarried to Ephraim REVITT, farmer Auburn (still at Auburn 1874). Mrs Revitt formerly Donnelly nee Keelen, a daughter of Mary Rodin KEELEN, died 13/8/1872 intestate. Mother of James John DONNELLY her eldest son by her marriage to John Donnelly and her heir at law. JJ Donnelly died 9/8/1953 Henley Beach Private Hospital Memorials 147/275, 192/529 RPA Search 935

DONNELLY, James John retired farmer Auburn, died 9/8/1953. Father of John James Donnelley and William Patrick Donnelley both apiarists Undalya Memorial 192/529

No 1

DONNELLY, Matthew farmer Pine Creek Upper Wakefield 1858 Application 24

DONNELLY, Matthew farmer Auburn 1871 Memorial 138/255

No 1

DONNELLY, Stephen farmer Kercunda 1858 Memorial 332/142

DONNELLY, Stephen farmer near the Wakefield Bridge [Section 188 Hundred of Saddleworth] 1860 Application 1861

DONNELLY, Stephen farmer Wakefield Bridge Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1860 Grant Book 44 Page 328 County Light

DONNELLY, Stephen farmer [formerly of Kercunda but now of] Undalya 1868[-1869] Memorial 26/234

DONNELLY, William storekeeper Kooringa 1848 Memorial 58/12

No 1

DONNITHORNE, William agent Adelaide and Jane May Donnithorne his wife 1910 Application 25732

DONNITHORNE, William solicitor formerly of Godfrey Tce, Leabrook now of Aldgate 1932, linked with Hazel Donnithorne medical nurse Adelaide Application 27878

DONNTON, John farmer Section 2132 Dry Creek 1856 Memorial 92/101

DONOGHUE, CM law clerk Adelaide 1901[-1917] Memorial 118/443

No 1

DONOGHUE, John labourer Yankalilla 1878 Memorial 170/305

DONOGHUE, John labourer Yankalilla 1895 Application 22976

No 2

DONOGHUE, John farmer Byethorne 1888 Memorial 147/389

DONOGHUE, John farmer near Nairne 1891 Memorial 227/408

No 1

DONOGHUE, Mary widow Bowden 1870 Memorial 201/274

DONOGHUE, Mary widow Bowden 1870 had married Charles Currie labourer Bowden by 1874. Her new husband could not write Application 13513

DONOGHUE, Patrick farmer Yankalilla 1896 Application 23064

No 1

DONOGHUE, Thomas farmer Nairne 1847 Memorial 432/33

DONOGHUE, Thomas farmer Blakiston 1851 Memorial 433/33

DONOGHUE, Thomas licensed victualler Blakiston 1858 Memorial 41/148

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DONOHOE, John of Alberton 1852[-1853] Memorial 261/42

DONOHOE, John farmer Morphett Vale 1856 Memorial 345/111

No 1

DONOHOE, Matthew farm servant Cowandilla 1861 Memorial 20/175

DONOHOE, Matthew formerly farm servant Cowandillah 1861 but now carter Adelaide 1865 Application 7002

DONOHOE, Michael the Younger farmer Canowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 109 County Dalhousie

DONOHOE, Thomas farmer Halbury 1889 Memorial 9/397

DONOHOO Family - Margaret Donohoo spinster Balaklava, Elizabeth MCHUGH nee Donohoo wife of George McHugh farmer Balaklava, Christiana FARRELLY nee Donohoo wife of Michael Farrelly farmer Mallala 1875 & 1878 Memorials 142 & 143/313

DONOHUE/O'DONOHUE, Daniel police constable Adelaide linked with Mary Donohue formerly of Cheltenham but now of Adelaide 1876 Memorial 121/295

No 1 - probably the same person

DONOHUE, John gardener St Clair 1854 Memorial 337/69

DONOHUE, John teamster St Clair [near Woodville]. Hundred of Gilbert land purchase 1857 Memorial 136/122

DONOHUE, John of Saddleworth Co Light Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 90 County Stanley

DONOHUE, John farmer formerly of Saddleworth but now of Coonatto 1882 Memorial 144/341

DONOHUE, John farmer Hundred of Coonatto Co Frome 1885[-1892] Memorial 193/369

DONOHUE/O'DONOHUE, Mary widow Cheltenham 1873 Memorial 192/270

DONOUGHO, John labourer Kapunda 1859 Memorial 66/156

DONOVAN, Ellen of Morphett Vale 1897 Memorial 50/430

DONOVAN, James linked with Section 123n Hundred of Pinda Co Frome 1882 Memorial 131/342

DONOVAN, James Joseph hotelkeeper Kapunda 1900 Memorial 23/441

No 1

DONOVAN, Jeremiah seaman Pt Adelaide and Johanna Mary Donovan his wife. A family link/strong friendship with Mary FITZPATRICK married woman Pt Adelaide 1933 Memorial 162/506

DONOVAN, Jeremiah seaman Pt Adelaide and Johanna Mary Donovan his wife 1946 Memorial 78/520

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DONOVAN, John labourer Enfield 1883 Application 19572.

DONOVAN, John labourer Solomontown Pt Pirie linked with Elizabeth Ann Donovan no description 1908 Application 25485

DONOVAN, William labourer Pt Pirie 1883 Memorial 110/354

DOODIE, Mrs Alice May general storekeeper Birkenhead 1928 Application 27650

No 1

DOODY, Dennis tailor North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 48/78

DOODY, Dennis tailor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 287/98

No 1

DOODY, John farmer Co Light 1856[-1860] Memorial 164/99

DOODY, John farmer near Kapunda 1864[-1868] Memorial 197/198

DOODY, John farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1869 Application 9720

DOODY, John farmer Hundred of Belvidere and Pinkerton Plains 1871 Memorial 7/255

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

DOODY, John labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 93 County Victoria

DOODY, Michael farmer Coonatto. Hundred of Coonatto land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 805 County Frome

No 1

DOODY, Patrick farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 89 County Victoria

DOODY, Patrick farmer Hundred of Yangya 1880 Memorial 198/327

DOODY, Patrick farmer Hundred of Yangya Co Victoria Hundred of Palmer land grant 1882 Grant Book 49 Page 175 County Newcastle

DOODY, Stephen of Georgetown 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

No 1

DOODY, William storekeeper Mt Barker 1851[-1853] Memorial 490/30

No 2

DOODY, William of near Adelaide 1895 Memorial 77/426

DOOLAN, John mariner Queenstown 1853 Memorial 401/46

DOOLAN, Mary widow Marion 1869[-1870] Memorial 229/243

No 1

DOOLAN, Michael of Penola 1868 Memorial 231/235

DOOLAN, Michael farmer near Kincraig Hundred of Hynam land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 29 Page 166 County MacDonnell

DOOLETTE, Dorham Longford mine owner Perth WA 1911 Memorial 2/465

No 1

DOOLETTE, George Philip draper Kensington 1865 Memorial 4/202

DOOLETTE, George Philip outfitter Adelaide 1879[-1881] Memorial 216/319, Application 18825

DOOLETTE, George Philip outfitter Adelaide, power of attorney to Richard SEARLE warehouseman Adelaide and Thomas William HARRIS journalist Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/5/1880 Deposit 176/1880.

DOOLETTE, George Philip gentleman Adelaide and Mary Bartlett Doolette his wife 1889 Memorial 76/400

DOOLETTE, George Philip gentleman Adelaide 1890 Application 21849

DOOLETTE, George Philip formerly outfitter Adelaide but now gentleman in parts beyond the seas 1918 Memorial 169/476

DOOLETTE, George Philip formerly outfitter Adelaide but now of 9 St Mildred's Court, Poultry Lane, London, Middlesex, England 1923 Memorial 96/487

DOOLEY, James farmer Eurilpa 1885 Memorial 164/369

No 1

DOOLEY, Patrick the Younger farmer Pekina 1889 Memorial 108/399

DOOLEY, Patrick farmer formerly of Pekina 1890 Memorial 9/403

DOOLEY, Thomas builder Adelaide 1851 Memorial 40/35

No 1

DOOLY, John yeoman Lobethal 1863 Memorial 328/188

DOOLY, John stationman Lobethal 1864 Memorial 157/196

DOOLY, John labourer Lobethal 1866 Memorial 179/208

DOOLY, John station man near Lobethal, died 1870. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Johannah Dooly, for life, then to his children - Thomas Dooly and Bridget Dooly - absolutely in equal shares in remainder expectant Memorial 171/248

DOOLY, Johannah widow Neudorf near Lobethal, relict of the late John Dooly formerly stationman Lobethal but now deceased by 1876. She had a life interest in his estate which then went to their children, Thomas Dooly labourer Adelaide, and Bridget DANIEL wife of William Daniel labourer Magill, absolutely in remainder expectant Application 15037

No 1

DOOLY, Richard stoker Kapunda 1858 Memorial 21/140

DOOLY, Richard of Wangaratta Vic. He owned land in Kapunda 1865 Memorial 159/204

DOORLY, James carter Adelaide (Harriet St), died c1877. Husband of Bridget Doorly. Estate worth £300 Memorial 121/301

No 1

DOORLY, Patrick labourer Bowden 1853 Memorial 262/57

DOORLY, Patrick tailor Bowden 1854 Memorial 265/87

DOORLY, Patrick tailor Bowden, about to leave the province, power of attorney to John PACKHAM baker Hindmarsh, to manage his SA business affairs 22/6/1854 Deposit 348/1855.

DOORLY, Patrick labourer Bowden 1855 Memorial 266/87

No 1

DOPKING, Diedrich Hermann carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 228/24

DOPKING, Diedrich Hermann carpenter Adelaide linked with Otto Dopking butcher Adelaide 1866 Memorial 22/211

DOPKING, Johann Heinrich storeman Norwood 1858 Memorial 283/137

No 1

DOPKING, Otto butcher Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 216 County MacDonnell

DOPKING, Otto butcher Kingston S-E 1878 Memorial 159/305

No 1

DOPPEL, Johann Gottfried herdsman Bethanien 1863 Memorial 181/281

DOPPEL, Marie Elisabeth widow of Johann Gottfried Doppel farmer Krondorf 1885 Application 20615

No 1

DORAN, James gardener Clare 1860[-1865] Memorial 4/163

DORAN, James farmer Clare 1861. He could not write Memorial 229/178, Application 2679

DORAN, James labourer Adelaide 1867 Memorial 164/222

DORAN, Thomas farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 74 County Fergusson

No 1

DORDOY, Stephen George gentleman Norwood 1849[-1852] Memorial 157/16

Farmer Section 819 Hundred of Yatala 1853 Memorial 232/53

DORDOY, Stephen George out of business Highbury and Rachel Dordoy his wife 1880 Memorial 120/344

DOREY, George labourer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 212 County Daly

DOREY, Margaret widow Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 225 County Daly

DOREY, Walter contractor Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 224 County Daly

No 1

DORIEN, Daniel mason Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 234/214

DORIEN, Daniel mason [formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of] North Carlton Vic 1873 Memorial 240/265

DORINER, George blacksmith Adelaide (Gouger St) 1854 Memorial 57/77

DORIS, Arthur William prospector Melrose 1911 Memorial 223/464

DORLING, Ephraim George linked with Brighton 1882 Memorial 148/342

DORLING, George brickmaker Norwood 1852[-1856] Memorial 299/44

DORLING, Samuel brickmaker Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 150/94

No 1

DORMAN, John yeoman Brighton 1853[-1854] Memorial 418/50

DORMAN, John farmer Brighton 1856[-1874] Memorial 416/100

DORMAN, John farmer Brighton 1859 Application 8867

DORMAN, John farmer Brighton 1875 Application 14388

DORMAN, John farmer Brighton, died 22/3/1892. Frederick coachbuilder Beulah Vic, executor for the estate Application 22491

DORMAN, Walter John commercial traveller Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 55 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DORMAN, William Blake linked with Section 149 Hundred of Dudley Co Carnarvon 1885 Memorial 135/371

DORMAN, WB draper Norwood 1886 Memorial 77/376

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DORMER, George blacksmith Adelaide 1852 Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant Memorial 36/67

DORMER, George blacksmith Adelaide (Gouger St) 1853 Memorial 56/55

DORMER, George farmer Inman Valley 1856 Memorial 27/97

DORMER, George blacksmith formerly of Adelaide (Gouger St) but now of Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1859. His daughter, Julia Ann Nixon nee Dormer, was the wife of George NIXON butcher Adelaide Memorial 6/155

DORMER, George farmer Bald Hills, Yankalilla, died 3/11/1867. His whole estate to his wife, Judith, in trust for life; then to his children: Mary Helene, Julianne, George and Hester Dormer, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Executors and trustees: Joshua GIBSON butcher Pt Victor, Robert Harvey farmer Bald Hills Yankalilla, William James BARRATT farmer Bald Hills Yankalilla. R Harvey to have the opportunity to buy for £200 Section 313 on which he was living Enrolment 32/51

DORMER, George the Elder blacksmith Bald Hills near Yankalilla, died 3/11/1867. His wife, Judith Dormer, died 4/3/1872 Adelaide, of serous apoplexy, aged 74. Family included Mary who died in England before her mother, Helene died 14/2/1881 Victor Harbor, George Dormer the Younger blacksmith Pt Victor, Julianne widow Mary St, Hindmarsh, widow of George Thomas Nixon butcher Southwark, and Hester wife of George Barratt of Hopetoun Vic. Townsend, Botting and Co, sold the real estate 18/12/1873 to fulfil the terms of the testator's will 1898 Application 23510

DORMER, Julia widow Adelaide, died 4/3/1872 serous apoplexy, aged 74. Widow of George Dormer the Elder blacksmith Bald Hills, Yankalilla Application 13038

DORMER, George the Younger blacksmith Pt Victor son of the late George Dormer the Elder who died 3/11/1867 Memorial 170/261

DORMER, George blacksmith Pt Victor 1874 Memorial 20/273

No 1

DORNEY, Adolph saddler Stepney 1851[-1853] Memorial 42/30

DORNEY, Adolph Carl Ferdinand Heinrich saddler Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 362/75

DORNEY, Adolph saddler Adelaide 1859 Application 8502

DORNEY, Adolph saddler Adelaide 1862 Memorial 285/183

DORNEY, Adolph saddler Woodside 1867 Application 8502

DORNHEGGE, Caspar Heinrich licensed victualler Norwood 1856 12-year lease of the Robin Hood Inn at £156 a year Memorial 63/102

No 1

DORNWELL, Bernhard clerk North Adelaide linked with Heinrich August Dornwell butcher North Adelaide 1865 Memorial 73/202

DORNWELL, BC clerk to JH PARR of Adelaide 1869 Memorial 98/269

DORNWELL, Bernard C auctioneer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 132/304

DORNWELL, Bernhard Carl Friedrich auctioneer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 370 County Daly

DORNWELL, Bernhardt Carl Friedrich auctioneer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 156/338

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

DORNWELL, Bernhard butcher Norwood 1870 Memorial 158/248

No 1

DORNWELL, August butcher Adelaide 1851 Memorial 200/34.

DORNWELL, Heinrich August butcher North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 268/55

DORNWELL, Heinrich August butcher North Adelaide (Tynte St) 1858 Memorial 109/137

DORNWELL, Heinrich August out of business Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Bernhard Carl Friedrich DORNWELL auctioneer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 30/8/1875 Deposit 121/1876.

DORNWELL, Heinrich August butcher formerly of Adelaide but now of Dunedin New Zealand, left his wife, Johanne Auguste Dornwell, behind in Adelaide, and transferred all his real and personal estate to her. Bernhard Carl Dornwell auctioneer Adelaide became his attorney for his business affairs 1878 Memorial 5/310

No 1

DORRINGTON, Aaron and Samuel farmers near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1865 Application 6560

DORRINGTON, Aaron farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1874 Memorial 190/272

No 1

DORRINGTON, Samuel farmer of the Light River 1862 Memorial 3/183

DORRINGTON, Samuel farmer Belvidere 1864 Application 5130

DORRINGTON, Samuel farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1869 Application 9925

No 1

DORSETT, William currier Hindmarsh 1859[-1867] Memorial 287/155,Application 1449

DORSETT, William fellmonger Hindmarsh and Eliza Dorsett his wife 1892 Application 22256

DORSEY, George farmer Kindamar near Milang 1858 Memorial 80/136

DORWARD, Charles farmer Parrow near Pt Lincoln 1901 Memorial 16/442

No 1

DORWARD, George farmer Clifton Pt Lincoln 1877[-1895] Memorial 105/303, Application 23061

DORWARD, George farmer Clifton near Pt Lincoln 1895 Memorial 148/425

DORWARD, George JP farmer Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 113/445

DORWARD, George farmer Pt Lincoln 1902[-1905] Memorial 141/447

DORWARD, George station owner Clifton Station Pt Lincoln 1903 Application 24532

DORWARD, George auctioneer Pt Lincoln 1905 Application 24980

DORWARD, George auctioneer Pt Lincoln 1905. He had lived in Pt Lincoln for forty-two years Application 24797

DORWARD, George farmer and auctioneer Pt Lincoln 1909 Application 25650

No 1

DOSE/DOHSE, Carl George storekeeper Echunga 1851 Memorial 419/29

DOSE/DOHSE, Carl George formerly gentleman Adelaide but now gold miner Bendigo Vic 1855 Memorial 491/94

DOST, Leslie John Herbert maintenance engineer Willaston near Gawler and Katarina Dost his wife 1953 Memorial 17/528

No 1

DOSWELL, Frederick land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 136 County Dalhousie

DOSWELL, Frederick land agent Adelaide Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 11 County Newcastle

DOSWELL, F land broker Adelaide 1881 Memorial 22/334

DOSWELL, Frederick licensed land broker Adelaide Franklyn (Hundred of Wonna) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 102 County Kimberley

DOSWELL, Frederick licensed land broker Adelaide and Edith Alma Doswell his wife 1883[-1886] Memorial 84/354

DOSWELL, Frederick gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 166 County Not named

DOSWELL, Frederick licensed land broker Adelaide 1889[-1905] Memorial 210/397

DOSWELL, Frederick land agent Adelaide 1893 Application 22597

No 1 – probably the same person

DOSWELL, Morris clerk Adelaide Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 490 County Fergusson

DOSWELL, M Surveyor-General's office Adelaide 1876 Memorial 166/293

DOUD, Charles stonemason Sandergrove 1858 Memorial 321/135

DOUDLE, John gentleman Warrow Hundred of Warrow land grant 1878 Grant Book 21 Page 155 County Flinders

No 1
DOUDY, Cecil Roy solicitor Pt Lincoln 1924 Memorial 31/492

DOUDY, Cecil Roy solicitor Lewis St Pt Lincoln 1946 LTO Search 310

No 1

DOUDY, William labourer Pt Gawler 1849 Memorial 395/16

DOUDY, William farmer Pt Gawler 1853 Memorial 66/55

DOUDY, William farmer Pt Gawler 1854 Memorial 223/78

DOUDY, William farmer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 489/94

DOUDY, William stockholder Lower Light 1856 Memorial 65/112

DOUDY, William farmer Virginia 1860 Memorial 316/164

DOUDY, William farmer near Virginia 1860 Application 1404

DOUDY, William farmer Two Wells near Pt Gawler 1866 Memorial 221/210

DOUDY, William farmer Pt Gawler 1874[-1876] Memorial 108/273

DOUDY, William farmer Lower Light Co Gawler. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 90 County Victoria

DOUDY, William gentleman Gawler, died 14/4/1886. He left his estate in a complicated trust to support his wife, Bridget Mary Doudy, during her widowhood. Then in certain bequests absolutely in remainder expectant to his sons - Michael Patrick Doudy [later DOWDY], Henry Alfred Doudy, George Richard Doudy and Matthew Doudy, and his daughters - Mary Ann KAIN nee Doudy, Alice Maud FARRELLY nee Doudy, Helena Theresa Doudy, Elizabeth LEAHY nee Doudy, Mathilda Doudy, and Laura COX nee Doudy Memorial 197/379

No 1 – likely to be the same person [To SA 1860 Marco Polo]

DOUGALL, John farmer Glen Osmond 1860 Memorial 74/168

DOUGALL, John the Elder farmer Sections 310, 311 District of Stockport, Hundred of Gilbert Co Light, died c1868. He left his estate in trust for the benefit of his wife, Helen Brown Dougall and his family - James Dougall, John Dougall the Younger, Helen Dougall, Melly Dougall, and George Dougall Memorial 93/241

DOUGALL, John farmer Stockport, died 30/4/1869. Executors and trustees: Henry LONG farmer Dry Creek near Stockport and RANKINE, Robert farmer Pine Creek Co Light. The farm to be held in trust for the widow, Helen Brown Dougall, their three sons and two daughters (James, John, Helen, Nelly and George Dougall), until the eldest son, James, turns 21. The farm to be sold and the proceeds divided into 7 shares - James Dougall to get two shares, the other children one share each absolutely. The share for the widow to be invested and she to get the interest. James Dougall was 30 years old in 1882. The farm sold to John Elliott HANNAFORD farmer Riverton Application 19113

No 1

DOUGHERTY, Thomas labourer Clare 1864 Memorial 19/239

DOUGHTY, Thomas labourer Clare 1869 Application 10307

DOUGHERTY, Thomas carter Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 74 County Dalhousie

No 1

DOUGHTY, Charles George Esquire Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 306/179 JP of Mt Gambier 1863 Memorial 204/192

DOUGHTY, CG agent Mt Gambier 1864[-1869] Memorial 249/195

DOUGHTY, Charles George commission agent Mt Gambier trustee Cemetery Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 58 County Grey

DOUGHTY, CG commission agent Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 102/286

DOUGHTY, CG JP of Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 1210/327

DOUGHTY, George Ferdinand St Helens clerk Adelaide Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 311 County Grey

DOUGHTY, HG commission agent Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 32/335

No 1

DOUGLAS, Alexander farmer Curramulka Yorke Peninsula Curramulka township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 368 County Fergusson

DOUGLAS, Alexander farmer Curramulka trustee Institute Curramulka township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 370 County Fergusson

DOUGLAS, Alexander of Curramulka trustee cemetery Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 439 County Fergusson

DOUGLAS, Alexander farmer Curramulka 1889 Memorial 229/400

No 1

DOUGLAS, Andrew labourer Bowden 1860 Application 1272

DOUGLAS, Andrew formerly gold digger Bowden 1854 but now miner Newcastle NSW 1866 Application 7852

DOUGLAS, Archibald farmer New Tiers 1878 Memorial 12/305

DOUGLAS, Bloomfield collector of customs Pt Adelaide 1859[-1861] Memorial 296/164

No 1

DOUGLAS, Charles dealer Nailsworth and his wife Eliza Douglas formerly Eliza GREIG widow 1863 Memorial 213/191

DOUGLAS, Charles gentleman Nailsworth 1866 Application 7878

DOUGLAS, Charles hawker and widower Nailsworth son-in-law of Joseph THOMSON tailor Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1871 Memorial 105/307

DOUGLAS, Charles in the Stockade at Northfield for murdering his wife, Eliza Douglas formerly Greig nee Thompson on 30/4/1871 Application 3175

No 1

DOUGLAS, Charles Beviss clerk Adelaide 1888 Memorial 107/389

DOUGLAS, Charles Beviss clerk Adelaide Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1888 Grant Book 19 Page 286 County Fergusson

DOUGLAS, Collin pastrycook Adelaide (Currie St) 1913 Memorial 72/468

No 1

DOUGLAS, Elizabeth widow Gawler 1891 Memorial 203/407

DOUGLAS, Elizabeth widow formerly of Gawler but now of Cross Roads, Hawthorn 1909 Memorial 185/460

DOUGLAS, Francis Brown Advocate Edinburgh, Scotland; Alexander Murray DUNLOP doctor of laws and advocate, MP Edinburgh; James Maitland HOG Esquire Newliston, Co Edinburgh, Scotland; Sir William Johnston of Kirkhill and Robert PAUL banker Edinburgh, Scotland, power of attorney to Thomas Elder Esquire Adelaide, and if he is unable to act for some reason, to George YOUNG merchant Adelaide 30/4/1858 Deposit 140/1860

DOUGLAS, George Bisset hairdresser Adelaide 1901 Memorial 1/444

No 1

DOUGLAS, Henry farmer Happy Valley 1845[-1890] Memorials 312/4 & 497/88

Congregational Chapel member 1866 Memorial 60/210

DOUGLAS, Henry gentleman Happy Valley. Joseph and Rachel Douglas mentioned but not described 1879 Memorial 133/317

DOUGLAS, Henry vigneron Happy Valley linked with Samuel Curlevis Lord Douglas vigneron Happy Valley 1890 Memorial 170/408

DOUGLAS, Henry farmer Happy Valley 1892 Memorial 5/415

DOUGLAS, Henry and Samuel Curlewis Lord Douglas vignerons Happy Valley 1892 Memorial 10/415

DOUGLAS, Henry gentleman East Adelaide 1891 Memorial 191/408

DOUGLAS, Henry gentleman formerly of Happy Valley but now of Adelaide 1894 Memorial 211/421

No 2

DOUGLAS, Henry farmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1868 Grant Book 14 Page 321 County Daly

DOUGLAS, Henry the Younger farmer Dowlingville. Price (Hundred of Cunningham) township allotment land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 20 Page 26 County Fergusson

No 1

DOUGLAS, James farmer McLaren Vale 1844 Memorial 8/4

DOUGLAS, James farmer late of Turlongo but now of Adelaide, and Grace Macdonald Douglas, his wife 1850 Memorial 315/26

DOUGLAS, James farmer Turlongo 1854 Memorial 232/68

DOUGLAS, James farmer Reedbeds 1854 Memorial 233/73

DOUGLAS, James farmer formerly of McLaren Vale 1852 but now of the Reedbeds 1863 Application 4512

DOUGLAS, Elizabeth Lizzie the now only unmarried daughter of the late James Douglas now deceased and residing at the Reedbeds near Adelaide . She inherited estate under the will of the late Thomas WILLIAMS formerly commercial traveller and dealer Wentworth NSW now deceased 1865 Memorial 14/201

No 3

DOUGLAS, James saddler Penola Hundred of Penola land grant 1859 Grant Book 29 Page 10 County Grey

DOUGLAS, James saddler Penola 1859[-1862] Memorial 117/154

DOUGLAS, James saddler Kincraig 1863 Memorial 16/189

DOUGLAS, Jane Chalmers spinster, sometimes known as Jane Constance Chalmers Douglas, late of Norwood, but now of Carlton Vic, power of attorney to William POPE solicitor Eagle Chambers, Adelaide, to take over all of her inheritance due to her under the will of Benjamin Charles HANNEN, formerly of London, but late of Parkside SA, who died 26/7/1882. His father, the Right Hon, Sir James Hannen and his brother, James Chitty Hannen, trustees of property outside of SA, had to send JC Douglas £4,000. She had to pay the funeral expenses and other debts from the SA estate 19/12/1883 Deposit 13/1885

No 1

DOUGLAS, John and William farmers Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 249/219

No 2

DOUGLAS, John the Elder farmer Sheaoak Log Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 34 County Fergusson

No 1

DOUGLAS, Joseph farmer Maitland 1882 Memorial 14/348

DOUGLAS, Joseph farmer Dowlingville Price township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 20 Page 26 County Fergusson

DOUGLAS, Joseph farmer Maitland Price township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 20 Page 27 County Fergusson

DOUGLAS, Joseph Walter carpenter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 39/93

DOUGLAS, Mary Beviss widow Cathedral Lodge, North Adelaide, died 16/1/1933 Victor Harbor. Executor; Francis John Douglas medical practitioner Victor Harbor Memorial 173/507

DOUGLAS, Mary Leonard widow Moorowie 1887[-1889] Memorial 44/388

DOUGLAS, Robert storekeeper Milang 1865 Application 6609

No 1

DOUGLAS, SCL vigneron Happy Valley 1894 Application 22666

DOUGLAS, Samuel Curlewis Lord vigneron Happy Valley, died 20/1/1896. Husband of Florence Christian Douglas. Estate worth £1,608/1/- Memorial 121/434

No 1

DOUGLAS, Thomas farmer Point Sturt Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 434 County Fergusson

DOUGLAS, Thomas farmer Curramulka Co Fergusson. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham

No 1

DOUGLAS, Walter farmer Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Gambier land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 116 County Grey

DOUGLAS, Walter farmer Mt Gambier died c1862. His wife Jane Douglas nee TELFORD to live with either or both of their sons for life. Section 630 to his son John and Section 629 to his son William. Cattle, horses and farming equipment to be divided equally between them. £15 to each of his daughters, Agnes MURDIE and Helen LEARMONT Application 20435

DOUGLAS, Walter farmer Mt Gambier, died c1866. He left selected estate to his sons, John and William Douglas farmers Mt Gambier, and his daughters - Agnes MURDIE nee Douglas and Ellen LEARMONT nee Douglas - with provision for his wife, Jane Douglas nee TELFORD, during her lifetime Memorial 92/210

No 1

DOUGLAS, William farmer formerly of the Reedbeds 1856 but now of Salisbury 1874[-1875] Application 13847

DOUGLAS, William grazier formerly of the Reedbeds but now of Salisbury 1904, son of the late James Douglas farmer Penrhyn Application 24861

No 2

DOUGLAS, William sheep farmer Cadzow Park near Mt Gambier 1877[-1881] Memorial 150/304

DOUGLAS, William farmer Mt Gambier 1885 Application 20435

No 1

DOUGLAS, William Selby teller Bank of SA Adelaide 1855 Memorial 2/85

DOUGLAS, William S banker Gawler 1861 Memorial 48/178

DOUGLAS, William Selby bank manager Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1863 Grant Book 50 Page 10 County Robe

DOUGLAS, WS Secretary Kadina and Wallaroo Railway and Pier Co Ltd 1878 Memorial 107/306

DOUGLAS, WS accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 236/339

DOUGLAS, William Selby JP formerly of Glenelg but now of Walkerville 1888 Memorial 212/390

DOUGLAS, William Selby formerly bank manager but now estate agent Adelaide 1900 Application 24070

No 1

DOUGLASS, Andrew miner Bowden 1852 Memorial 262/45

DOUGLASS, Andrew gold digger Bowden 1854 Memorial 466/68

No 1

DOUGLASS, Henry farmer Hurtle Vale 1852 Memorial 459/45

DOUGLASS/DOUGLAS, Henry farmer Morphett Vale 1853[-1855] Memorial 150/55

DOURE, Augusta King farmer Hundred of Walloway 1886 Memorial 109/373

DOUZARD, William travelling overseer Warcowie (Far North) 1868 Application 9598

DOVE, Arthur of Blakiston 1864 Memorial 63/197

No 1

DOVE, George Clerk in Holy Orders Walkerville, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Frederick Halcomb gentleman Walkerville, to manage his SA business affairs 6/3/1873 Deposit 48/1874

DOVE, George Archdeacon of the Church of England Walkerville and Caroline Octavia Dove his wife 1906 Application 25189

DOVE, Caroline Octavia widow of the late Venerable George Dove, Archdeacon of Adelaide, died 15/10/1915. She left allotment 6 in Walkerville to her granddaughter, Marion Dove WALE. The rest of her estate to her three daughters equally - Lilian Jean CONNOR, Edih Dorothea Mary Dove, and Millicent BROWN. Estate worth £1,735 Application 27129

DOVE, Caroline Octavia widow Walkerville relict of the late Archdeacon Dove, died 15/10/1915. Mother of Lilian Jean CONNOR wife of Dashwood Charles Connor of Gawler, Edith Dorothea Mary Dove spinster Brighton and Melicent BROWN wife of John Walter Brown of Adelaide. Grandmother of Marion Dove DALE. Estate worth £1,735 Memorials 183 & 198/473

DOVE, Archdeacon estate - Lilian Jean CONNOR wife of Dashwood Charles Connor of Gawler, Edith Dorothea Mary Dove spinster Brighton and Melicent BROWNE wife of John Walter Browne of Adelaide , his children as of 1922 Memorial 152/486

DOVE, Frances Carthwaithe widow Norwood 1880 Memorial 49/324

DOVE, Percy C JP banker Pt Lincoln 1870[-1876] Memorial 137/262

DOVE, William labourer Norwood 1849 Memorial 368/17

No 1

DOVELL, William merchant Titchfield Tce, Regent’s Park, Middlesex, England about to marry Mary Ann WAKELING widow North Tce, Adelaide, but now of London, renounced his right to property in SA, which she held from her late husband, including property held on mortgage, in trust for her son John William Wakeling, when he turned 21. George TINLINE Manager of the SA Banking Co Adelaide, to be trustee of the land and invest monies coming in from any property 31/5/1855 Deposit 491/1857

DOVELL, William gentleman Bowden 1861 Memorial 227/171

DOVELL, William formerly merchant Litchfield Tce, Regent's Park, Middlesex, England but now innkeeper Bowden and Mary Ann Dovell his wife formerly Mary Ann WAKELING widow Adelaide [relict of the late James Wakeling formerly licensed victualler Pt Adelaide but now deceased] 1861 Memorial 178/178

DOVELL, William gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 5 County Daly

DOVELL, William gentleman Adelaide 1862 Application 2784

DOVELL, William Esquire Adelaide 1863 Memorial 251/188

DOVELL, William Esquire Kensington 1866 Memorial 54/217

DOVER, Alan Horace George linotype operator 32 Victoria St, Forestville 1928 Application 27669

DOVER, William stonemason Nairne 1855[-1858] Memorial 79/82

DOW, Alexander farmer Conmurra 1888[-1891] Memorial 104/390

DOW, Ann farmer Salisbury 1883 Application 19730

No 1

DOW, David farmer Little Para 1849[-1860] Memorial 261/15

DOW, David farmer formerly of the Little Para 1853 but now of Salisbury 1863 Application 4311

DOW, David farmer Golden Grove Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1865 Grant Book 26 Page 235 County Gawler

DOW, David farmer Little Para Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1865 Grant Book 26 Page 235 County Gawler

DOW, David farmer formerly of the Little Para 1852 but now of near Salisbury 1866 Application 7950

DOW, David farmer near Salisbury 1871 Memorial 25/256

DOW, David farmer Para Plains near Salisbury, died 6/12/1872, of hydro-thorax, aged 61 Application 26522

DOW, David of Salisbury, died 6/12/1872 Memorials 104 & 105/411

DOW, David farmer Salisbury, died c1872. His estate to be divided equally absolutely amongst his son Jame Dow, and the testator's three daughters, Grace, Ann and Margaret Dow Enrolment 7/51

DOW, James farmer formerly of near Golden Grove but now of Barabba 1895 Memorial 82/426

DOW, William carrier Hundred of Joyce 1886 Memorial 60/373

DOWARD, David farmer Poonindie Hundred of Koppio land grant 1868 Grant Book 21 Page 121 County Flinders

No 1

DOWARD, George of Clifton Pt Lincoln Hundred of Louth land grant 1883[-1885 Grant Book 21 Page 8 County Flinders

DOWARD, George farmer Clifton near Pt Lincoln 1896 Application 23061

DOWARD, George farmer Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 232/447

DOWARD, George farmer Hundred of Louth Hundred of Wanilla land grant 1903 Grant Book 179 Page 245 County Flinders

DOWARD, George auctioneer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1903 Grant Book 179 Page 293 County Flinders

DOWARD, George farmer Pt Lincoln 1908 Application 25400

DOW, Graham Harry Secretary to the Burra Hospital Board Kooringa 1936 Application 28023

No 1

DOWD, Andrew labourer Mintaro Hundred of Hanson land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 295 County Stanley

DOWD, Andrew farmer Mintaro Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 203 County Stanley

DOWD, Andrew farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 40 Page 4 County Kimberley

DOWD, Andrew farmer Farrell Flat Hundred of Andrews land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 313 County Stanley

DOWD, Andrew farmer Farrell Flat Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 17 County Kimberley

DOWD, Andrew farmer Petersburg Hundred of Yongala Co Burra 1897 Memorial 149/432

No 1

DOWD, Charles stonemason Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 226/185, Application 3545

DOWD, Charles stonemason Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 221/209

No 1

DOWD, David farmer near Yarcowie. Trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Kimberley

DOWD, David farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 52 County Victoria

DOWD, David farmer Yarcowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 52 County Victoria

DOWD, David farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 40 Page 9 County Kimberley

DOWD, David farmer Yarcowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 40 Page 19 County Kimberley

DOWD, David farmer Petersburg Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1898 Grant Book 40 Page 48 County Kimberley

DOWD, David William farmer Yednalue 1895 Memorial 137/425

DOWD, James Joseph farmer Spalding 1895 Memorial 211/424

No 1 – perhaps the same person

DOWD, Michael farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 49 County Victoria

DOWD, Michael linked with Section 119 Hundred of Eurelia Co Dalhousie 1881 Memorial 34/333

No 1

DOWD, Patrick labourer Virginia 1858 Memorial 195/145

DOWD, Patrick farmer Farrell Flat near Mintaro 1865[-1888] Memorial 280/204

DOWD, Patrick farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1874[-1883] Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Kimberley

DOWD, Patrick Notius agent Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 78 County Chandos

DOWDELL, Jessie Emma married woman Mt Gambier 1912 Memorial 64/466

No 1 - probably the same person

DOWDELL, Joseph of Millicent Road, Rosaville, Mt Gambier. His wife, Jessie Emma Dowdell, died 28/4/1920. Mother of Olive Emma WEDD married woman, Harry Victor Dowdell; Albert William George Dowdell; Jessie Emma Dowdell; Roy Vane Dowdell; Leslie Allan Dowdell; Alma May Dowdell Memorial 187/484

DOWDELL, Joseph labourer Phillipstown, Mt Gambier, died 4/5/1938 intestate Memorial 179/512

DOWDELL, Levi labourer Mt Gambier 1915 Memorial 4/472

No 1

DOWDEN, Charles William farmer Springton Co Sturt. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 191 County Victoria

DOWDEN, Charles William farmer Coglin trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Coglin land grant 1883 Grant Book 34 Page 85 County Herbert

DOWDEN, Charles William farmer Dawson Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 5 County Herbert

No 1

DOWDEN, George Chandler farmer South Rhine Co Sturt Hundred of Ayers land grant 1874 Grant Book 56 Page 193 County Stanley

DOWDEN, George Chandler farmer Bunbury WA. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1905 Grant Book 9 Page 14 County Burra

No 1

DOWDEN, John farmer Flaxman Valley Co Light. Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 234 County Sturt

DOWDEN, John stockholder Flaxman Valley Hundred of Moorooroo Co Light 1861[-1864] Memorial 155/172

DOWDEN, John farmer Springton South Rhine Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 273 County Sturt

No 1

DOWDING, AT storekeeper Langhorne Creek Co Hindmarsh 1901 Memorial 63/442

DOWDING, Albert Thomas storekeeper Langhorne Creek 1909[-1912] Memorial 238/461, Application 26113

DOWDY, George Richard publican Morchard. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grants 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 298 County Dalhousie

DOWDY, Henry James labourer Kingston S-E 1925[-1926] Memorial 149/492

No 1

DOWDY[formerly DOUDY], Michael Patrick farmer Gulnare Plains. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

DOWDY, Michael Patrick storekeeper Pt Germein. Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 682 County Frome

DOWDY, Michael of Pt Germein trustee Institute Pt Germein Hundred of Telowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 774 County Frome

No 1

DOWER, Abraham mason Queenstown 1870 Application 10959

DOWER, Abraham the Elder labourer Queenstown 1877, linked with Joseph Dower minor and Abraham Dower minor both of Queenstown, aged 13 and 11 respectively Application 16364

DOWER, Abraham labourer Queenstown 1879 Memorial 70/313

DOWER, Abraham labourer Queenstown 1882 Application 19508

DOWER, John Pascoe cuttler's grinder Bowden 1895. He had lived in Bowden since before 1855 Application 22873

DOWER, Joseph labourer Queenstown 1877 Memorial 164/303

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DOWER, Patrick tinsmith Kooringa 1911[-1915] Memorial 93/464

DOWER, Patrick and Vincent John Dower plumbers Burra 1943 Memorial 176/517

No 1

DOWER, Rachel widow Bowden 1857 Memorial 333/123

DOWER, Rachel widow Bowden had a daughter, Rachel VENN, and her youngest son, William Henry Dower (aged under 21) living with her in 1859 Memorial 247/275

DOWER, Rachel widow Bowden, died 15/4/1860 Brompton, of hepatitis and dropsy, aged 57. She left her whole estate to her youngest son, William Henry Dower, when he turned 21. Her daughter Rachel VENN to be his guardian until he reached that age. If he died before reaching 21, his brothers and sisters to receive the property in equal shares Application 22603

DOWER, Thomas James labourer Alberton 1924, declared he had lived in the area for over 40 years Application 27247

DOWER, Vincent John plumber Burra 1944 Application 28385

DOWER, William Henry teamster Bowden 1893 General dealer Bowden 1894. He could not write Application 22603

DOWIE, AH JP of Rundle St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 55/405

No 1

DOWIE, Alexander bootmaker Adelaide 1858[-1887] Memorial 152/145

DOWIE, Alexander boot manufacturer Adelaide 1885 Application 20585

DOWIE, Alexander formerly bootmaker Adelaide 1882 but now merchant Adelaide 1898 Memorials 64 & 65/436

DOWIE, Alexander merchant Adelaide 1890 Application 21839

DOWIE, Alexander boot manufacturer Adelaide 1906 Application 25224

DOWIE, Alexander boot and shoe manufacturer Rundle St, Adelaide, died 18/7/1909 Kent Town. His son, Norman Dowie agent Grenfell St, Adelaide 1912, was dealing with matters concerning his estate. By 1913, Alexander Dowie's widow, Jane Dowie, was living at Norwood Application 26141

No 1

DOWIE, Andrew draper Adelaide about to marry Honor Ann UREN spinster Adelaide. Marriage settlement trustees - William Curnow Uren gentleman usually of Adelaide but presently in parts beyond the seas and John DARLING MP of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 227/256

DOWIE, Andrew draper Adelaide 1886 Memorial 179/378

DOWIE, Andrew agent Adelaide 1887 Memorial 288/388

DOWIE, Andrew agent Adelaide 1893 Application 22438

DOWIE, Augusta King farmer Orroroo 1886[-1887] Memorial 26/375

No 1

DOWIE, Charles Stuart (with Alexander and Norman Dowie) bootmanufacturer and importer Adelaide 1905 Memorial 247/454

DOWIE, Charles Stuart formerly bootmanufacturer and importer but now agent Adelaide linked with Norman Dowie formerly bootmanufacturer and importer but now merchant Adelaide 1910 Memorial 147/463

DOWIE, John Alexander boot manufacturer Adelaide 1885 Memorial 73/364

No 1

DOWIE, John Murray breeches maker Adelaide 1875 Memorial 2/282

DOWIE, John Alexander boot manufacturer Rundle St, Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time for the good of his health, power of attorney to his father, Alexander DOWIE boot manufacturer Rundle St, Adelaide, to manage the estate of Richard HAYLEY tanner Bowden, who died 7/9/1882. The other executor was William MOFFLIN merchant Currie St, Adelaide 8/2/1886 Deposit 133/1886

DOWLAND, A agent Goolwa Secretary of Court Pride of the Murray Foresters Lodge 1893 Application 22535

No 1

DOWLAND, Thomas carpenter Melbourne Vic. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 221 County Adelaide

DOWLAND, Thomas carpenter Melbourne Vic 1858 Memorial 62/133

DOWLAND, Thomas carpenter Goolwa 1859[-1866] Memorial 332/159

DOWLAND, Thomas farmer and builder Goolwa 1866 Memorial 8/217

DOWLAND, Thomas carpenter Goolwa linked with William Dowland carpenter Adelaide 1885 Memorial 15/368

DOWLAND, Thomas died 18/8/1901 at Murray Bridge, and his son, Thomas Alonzo Dowland of Goolwa, died 20/10/1929 in Adelaide. Doris Owen White, wife of Alfred John White bank manager Georgetown 1932 and then of Waikerie 1941, declared that she was a granddaughter of Thomas Dowland and a daughter of TA Dowland. In 1932, she also declared that her late father's brothers and sisters would be hard to trace in some instances. Archie Dowland left Australia about 33 years ago, and settled in Singapore, where he died about c1927, without leaving any issue. His widow had since remarried, but her whereabouts were unknown. Mrs Angalia POLLARD left Australia about 28 years ago and after living in England for a few years, returned to Australia and setted in Western Australia - address unknown. Mrs Malvina WOODARD lived somewhere in SA, but address unknown. Mrs Alma WHITWELL lived at 16 Railway Tce, Mile End. Application 27860

DOWLAND, Thomas Murray trader Goolwa, had become a bankrupt by 1870. Linked with William Dowland butcher Adelaide (Hanson St) Memorial 67/342

DOWLEN, James labourer Gawler 1854 Memorial 312/76

DOWLING, Albert navvy York township 1912 Application 26135

DOWLING, Alfred Berard Charles storekeeper Kangarilla 1930 Memorial 118/503

DOWLING, Edwin farmer Mt Pleasant 1866 Application 7208

No 1

DOWLING, George one of the managers of Bagot, Shakes & Lewis Ltd Adelaide 1909 Memorial 72/461

DOWLING, George woolbroker King William St, Adelaide 1909 Application 25677

DOWLING, George woolbroker Adelaide (King William St) 1913[-1914] Memorial 158/469

DOWLING, George overseer Wirrabara Station linked with John Edward George Dowling clerk Wirrabara 1926 Memorial 164/494

DOWLING, Henry CT store assistant Kangarilla 1918 Memorial 14/478

DOWLING, James farmer Kangarilla 1901 Memorial 94/444

DOWLING, John Edmund George clerk Wirrabara 1925 Memorial 165/492

DOWLING, John Edward of Edmund St, Norwood Secretary to the Adelaide Hospital 1865 Memorial 174/207

DOWLING, Michael farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 194 County Victoria

DOWLING, Stephen Walter storekeeper Jamestown 1883 Memorial 167/350

No 1

DOWLING, William Alexander of Penola 1856 Memorial 118/238

DOWLING, William Alexander builder Penola 1860[-1862] Memorial 20/165

DOWLING, William Cameron storekeeper Kadina 1911 Memorial 139/464

DOWLY, Henry yeoman Willunga 1854 Application 3491

DOWN, Thomas and William, Walter FORWOOD and James DAY ironfounders Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Forwood, Down & Co 1876 Memorial 157/290

No 1

DOWN, Thomas Daniel engineer and founder Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 4 County Eyre

DOWN, Thomas Daniel engineer and ironworker Adelaide and Rosetta Ann Down his wife 1916 Application 26514

DOWNAN, John labourer Adelaide (Gilbert St) eldest son and heir at law of the late Anthony Dunan formerly labourer Adelaide now deceased 1863 Memorial 26/191

DOWNER, Bertha Law widow formerly of Walkerville and 177 Wellington Square, North Adelaide but now of the Ulysses Guest Home, Hutt St, Adelaide 1942 Memorial 173/516

No 1

DOWNER, Charles chemist Pt Adelaide 1863[-1867] Memorial 216/192

DOWNER, Charles chemist Pt Adelaide linked with Henry Edward Downer solcitor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 110/342

No 2

DOWNER, Charles and William IVE wine and spirit merchants and aerated water manufacturers Adelaide 1894[-1896] Memorial 3/421

DOWNER, Charles wine and spirit merchant and aerated water manufacturer Kilkenny, died 18/4/1903 intestate. Estate worth £2,216. Letters of administration to his widow, Marion Frame Downer. By 1912, she was living at North Adelaide Application 26115

No 1

DOWNER, Francis blacksmith Clare 1852 Memorial 274/40.

DOWNER, Francis formerly blacksmith Clare 1852 but now of Dandenong Rd, near Melbourne Vic 1877 Application 16459

No 1

DOWNER, G & J solicitors Central Chambers King William St, Adelaide 1884 Application 19734

DOWNER, G & J Citizen's Building, King William St, Adelaide 1912 Application 26115

No 1

DOWNER, Harold F clerk to A George Downer solicitor Adelaide 1873 Memorial 167/266

DOWNER, Harold Field clerk to Alexander George Downer solicitor Adelaide 1874 Application 13333

DOWNER, Henry tailor formerly of Adelaide but now of Mitcham 1855 Memorial 90/92

No 1

DOWNER, Henry E clerk to Messrs RICHMAN & WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 435/71

DOWNER, Henry E clerk to JH RICHMAN solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 62/181

DOWNER, Henry E clerk to Messrs BELT & WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide 1857 Memorial 325/118

DOWNER, HE & HF solicitors Montefiore Chambers Waymouth St, Adelaide 1882 Application 19294

DOWNER, Henry Edward of Hilltop (Pt Sections 312 and 2056 Hundred of Adelaide) died 4/8/1905. He had bought pt Section 312 from Henry MILDRED in 1874, in which year he also named the estate. HE Downer's father-in-law, John Martin HAGGER, used to own pt Section 2056, which he left to his daughter in 1863. HE Downer's widow, Maria Martin Downer Nara, near Aldgate, gave this information in 1911 Application 25917

DOWNER, Maria Martin widow Nara Stirling East 1907, declared that she was the only daughter of the late John Martin HAGGER (died 16/8/1863) and Sarah Hagger (died 10/10/1864). Ada Louisa SCHOMBURGK nee Downer wife of Otto Heinrich Schomburgk sheriff South Tce, Adelaide, was a daughter of MM Downer Application 25358

No 1

DOWNER, HF teacher St Peter's College Hackney 1867 Memorial 239/225

DOWNER, Harold F clerk to A George Downer solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 54/277

DOWNER, James Frederick solicitor Adelaide clerk to or partner of Alexander George Downer solicitor Adelaide for many years until his death 1938 Application 28134

DOWNER, John W clerk to Henry E DOWNER solicitor Adelaide 1863[-1865] Memorial 17/189

DOWNER, Patrick tinsmith Burra 1938 Application 28140

DOWNER, Thomas labourer Alberton 1852[-1856] Memorial 404/45

DOWNER, Thomas Edward pastoralist Woodside, died c1946. Husband of Bertha Law Downer Memorial 14/522

No 1

DOWNES, Alexander of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 74/96

DOWNES, Alexander draper formerly of Adelaide but now of Norwood 1879 Memorial 23/313

DOWNES, Alexander draper Norwood 1879 Memorial 37/316

DOWNES, Alexander gentleman Norwood 1882 Application 19033

No 1

DOWNES, Francis Major of Adelaide Colonel in HM Royal Artillery 1882 Memorial 130/343, Application 19347

DOWNES, Francis retired major general Adelaide royal artillery commandant of the military forces in SA. St Michael's Mitcham trustee 1890 Memorial 76/405

DOWNES, Harold Major agent Jamestown 1894 Memorial 55/423

DOWNES, MF JP major-general Mitcham 1892 Memorial 97/412

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DOWNIE, James farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 210/69

DOWNIE, James farmer Gawler River 1866 Memorial 157/212

DOWNIE, James farmer formerly of near Gawler 1854 but now of Allendale 1872 Application 12036

DOWNIE, Samuel Captain probably of Nairne 1849 Memorial 82/129

DOWNING, Alfred overseer Darling River NSW. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 43 County Dalhousie

DOWNING, Bertram Ryland Pearce clerk Mt Barker, aged 44 in 1936, a resident of Nairne and Mt Barker Districts for more than 30 years Application 28031

No 1 - generally known as David Downing

DOWNING, Carty David storekeeper Thebarton 1840[-1850] Application 19380

DOWNING, Carty David sheriff's officer Thebarton 1841 Application 8356

DOWNING, Carty David carrier Thebarton 1850 Memorial 228/23

DOWNING, Carty David yeoman formerly of Thebarton but now of the Aldinga Plains 1852 Memorial 481/44

DOWNING, Carty David formerly storekeeper Thebarton but now farmer Aldinga Plains 1853[-1857] Memorial 13/52

DOWNING, Carty David farmer Aldinga 1853[-1856] Memorial 495/55

DOWNING, Carty David farmer [and formerly also publican] Aldinga, died c1867. Husband of Sarah Downing Memorial 5/228

DOWNING, Carty David formerly storekeeper Thebarton 1846 late farmer Aldinga had died by 1868. Husband of Sarah Downing Application 9098

DOWNING, Elijah farmer Harrogate Hundred of Monarto land grant 1887 Grant Book 58 Page 130 County Sturt

No 1

DOWNING, Frederick Arundel Esquire Hobart VDL, purchased Survey B land in SA 1842 Memorial 48/2

DOWNING, Frederick Arundel Esquire Hobart Tasmania, purchased allotments in Pt Lincoln 1859[-1876] Memorial 210 Book 156, Application 15302

DOWNING, Frederick Arundel Esquire Hobart, Tasmania, power of attorney to William MILNE Esquire Adelaide, to sell his Pt Lincoln allotments 26/6/1875 Deposit 805/1877.

DOWNING, George police constable Pt Augusta 1901 Application 24176

DOWNING, George David of Koolywurtie 1881 Memorial 191/336

No 1

DOWNING, James farmer Salt Creek Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1881 Grant Book 58 Page 288 County Sturt

DOWNING, James farmer Monarto Hundred of Monarto land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 128 County Sturt

No 1

DOWNING, John miner Kanmantoo and Mary Ann Downing his wife 1851 Memorial 102/296

DOWNING, John miner Kanmantoo 1850 and likely Moonta East in the 1850s-1860s, died 14/5/1869 Sydney Infirmary, of typhoid fever, aged 42. He had been in NSW for 16 days returning from the Peak Downs copper mines in Qld, by steamer, about to return to SA. Joseph Remfrey of Woodside stated that J Downing went on a number of these intercolonial mining trips. On 8/8/1868 on his way to the mines, he wrote to his wife and children: 'I am now in Sidney and I don't know which way to go yet there is very bad acounts from the diggings … We left the steamer this morning and come ashore and there is one leaving here at 3 o'clock and I am thinking of going in her. I saw a man from Pleasant Creek and he told me Sylina COOK/COCK's husband was dead - he lived three days after his legs being broke'. The widow, Mary Ann Downing, and her family lived at Moonta East in 1870. Miners Robert MURRAY, Joseph BAWDEN and Samuel SLEEP of the Moonta Mines testified that they had accompanied John Downing on his trip to Qld. The Downings were a Church of England family. John Downing had been born in Ireland Application 10686

No 1

DOWNING, John farmer Upper Sturt. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

DOWNING, John farmer Upper Sturt 1851[-1854] Memorial 413/41

DOWNING, John farmer Coromandel Valley 1854[-1856] Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant Memorial 53/80

DOWNING, John farmer formerly of Coromandel Valley but now of Kanmantoo 1858 Memorial 136/145

DOWNING, John the Younger farmer formerly of Coromandel Valley but now of Kanmantoo 1914 Application 26389

No 1 – the Younger

DOWNING, John farmer Bird Hill near Nairne 1859 Memorial 300/161

DOWNING, John the Elder farmer Bird Hill Farm Co Sturt, died c1906. Executors; John Downing farmer near Harrogate and William Downing farmer Harrogate Memorial 134/456

DOWNING, John the Elder farmer Bird Hill Farm Co Sturt, died c1906. His family by 1908 included - James Downing farmer Nairne, John Downing the Younger farmer near Harrogate, Elijah Downing farmer Rockleigh, Edward Downing farmer Dawesley, Robert Henry Downing storekeeper McLaren Vale and William Downing farmer Harrogate Memorial 178/458

DOWNING, John the Elder farmer Bird Hill Farm, Co Sturt, died 15/10/1906 Harrogate. He left £200 to each of his daughters - Mary PHILLIPS wife of William J Phillips, Elizabeth HENDER wife of James Hender, Rhoda SHEPHERD wife of William Shepherd, and Lilias HANNAM wife of William J Hannam. The sons to share the rest of the estate, both real and personal, amongst them. Estate worth £3,200 Application 26383

No 2 – the Younger

DOWNING, John farmer near Harrogate. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868[-1881] Grant Book 58 Page 118 County Sturt

No 1

DOWNING, Joseph publican Adelaide 1856 Hundred of Waterloo land grant Co Light Memorial 147/112

DOWNING, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1857 Memorial 192/115

DOWNING, Joseph formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but now farmer Hamilton on the Light 1859 Memorial 262/150

DOWNING, Joseph gentleman Yarralinca near Hamilton on the Light 1860 Application 1633

DOWNING, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide 1861 Memorial 38/179

DOWNING, Joseph formerly farmer Yarralinca near Hamilton on the Light but now publican Freemason's Tavern Adelaide (Pirie St) 1862 Memorial 24/184

DOWNING, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide, power of attorney to Thomas WORSNOP storeman and William LEAVER the Younger hatter Adelaide, to look after his SA business iterests, including purchase and sale of land 24/6/1862 Deposit 129/1863

DOWNING, Joseph gentleman Yarralinca near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1865[-1867] Memorial 182/204

DOWNING, Joseph formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but now farmer Yarralinca near Marrabel 1866 Memorial 178/211

DOWNING, Joseph farmer Marrabel 1865 Application 5912

DOWNING, Joseph gentleman formerly of Yarralinca near on the Dirty Light but now of Brighton 1871 Memorial 204/253

DOWNING, Joseph gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Brighton 1871 Memorial 244/253

DOWNING, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide 1872 Application 12441

DOWNING, Joseph gentleman Brighton 1877 Application 15988

DOWNING, Joseph gentleman Brighton 1879 Memorial 230/319

DOWNING, Joseph of Brighton 1880 Application 18090

DOWNING, Joseph Mayor of Brighton 1882 Application 19063

DOWNING, Joseph gentleman Brighton 1884 Application 20175

DOWNING, Joseph gentleman College Park 1906 Application 25197

 

DOWNING, Joseph gentleman formerly of Brighton but now of St Peters 1908 Memorial 176/459

No 2

DOWNING, Joseph farmer Tothill Creek 1865 Memorial 110/234

DOWNING, Joseph farmer Hamilton 1888 Application 21528

No 1

DOWNING, William carpenter Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 267/24

DOWNING, William builder Brompton 1852 Memorial 4/43.

DOWNING, William gentleman Brompton 1853 Memorial 182/54

DOWNING, William carpenter Hindmarsh 1888 Application 21442

No 2

DOWNING, William farmer Harrogate 1908 Memorial 178/458

DOWNING, William farmer Harrogate 1914 Application 26389

No 1

DOWNS, Alexander coachbuilder Norwood 1877 Memorial 247/429

DOWNS, Alexander formerly coachbuilder Norwood but now out of business Henley Beach 1897 Memorial 206/431

DOWNS, Arthur Henry Spence civil servant Richmond. Christ Church North Adelaide trustee 1917 Memorial 160/475

No 1

DOWNS, Edward farmer Oaklands Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 255 County Fergusson

DOWNS, Edward farmer Tarlee Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 143 County Fergusson

DOWNS, E farmer Oaklands 1890 Memorial 192/403

DOWNS, Edward Stuart Ted racehorse breeder Mt Pleasant 1974, declared that he had been born on 30/11/1918 and lived in Woodside for 27 years. In 1949, he gained permission from B O”LEARY Secretary to J & AG JOHNSTON, the owner of many lots in Woodside, to agist his race horses on some of the Company’s vacant lots in the township Application 29990

No 1

DOWNS, George carpenter North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 65/31

DOWNS, George builder Adelaide 1870 Memorial 152/248

DOWNS, George undertaker North Adelaide leased an eating house in Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 91/282

DOWNS, Harry mariner Pt Adelaide and Emma Downs his wife 1912 Application 26074

No 1

DOWNS, John shoemaker North Woodside 1857 Memorial 94/130

DOWNS, John shoemaker Woodside 1862 Application 3283

DOWNS, Walter farmer Millicent Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 329 County Grey

No 1

DOWNS, William farmer Macclesfield 1853[-1854] Memorial 457/61

DOWNS, William farmer Macclesfield Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1869 Grant Book 36 Page 317 County Hindmarsh

DOWNS, William of no description held shares in the Gold Mine Reef Syndicate which operated at Kuitpo near Blackfellow's Creek 1889 Memorial 120/398

No 1

DOWNTON, John farmer Mt Barker Creek 1857 Memorial 145/117

DOWNTON, John farmer Western Flat near Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 182/153

DOWNTON, John farmer near Macclesfield 1867 Application 8794

No 1

DOWSER, William bushman Munjibbie 1865 Memorial 235/204

DOWSER, William farmer Emu Flats 1873 Application 13131

DOWSER, William farmer Copperhouse 1875 Application 14404

DOWSER, William [formerly bushman Munjibbie but now] farmer Copperhouse near Kooringa 1876 Memorial 139/295

DOWSER, William farmer Copperhouse 1877 Application 16269.

DOWSER, William of Copperhouse, died 7/10/1887 intestate. Husband of Mary Ann Dowser. Estate worth £250 Memorial 49/388, Application 27753

DOWSETT, Edward master mariner Alberton, died c1872 intestate. Father of Isaac Edward Dowsett carter Portland Estate, his eldest son and heir at law Memorial 189/260

DOWSETT, Edward sailor Pt Adelaide married Grace RUTT spinster Pt Adelaide (She could not write), on 25/7/1843 St John's Halifax St, Adelaide. Witnesses: Henry ATHORN and Ann RAWSEN (she could not write). Edward Dowsett master mariner Alberton, died 11/5/1857 intestate, leaving a family of four sons and three daughters. His eldest son, Edward Isaac Dowsett carter Pt Adelaide, born 5/12/1844 Pt Adelaide, inherited his estate as heir at law. Mrs Edward Dowsett remarried at some stage to a Mr BELL. By 1893, she was a widow again. Her son, William Spencer Dowsett was a letter carrier at Pt Adelaide Application 22593

DOWSETT, Edward Isaac carter Portland Estate 1872 Application 12070

DOWSETT, Frederick William lorry driver/motor driver formerly of 63 Langham Place Portland but now of Wellington St, Portland Estate and Lena Jane Dowsett his wife 1950 Application 28757

No 1

DOWSETT, John Henry labourer Queenstown 1868 Memorial 113/251

DOWSETT, John Henry blacksmith Queenstown 1919 Memorial 64/478

DOWSETT, John carter Queenstown 1895 Application 23017

DOWSETT, John Henry labourer Queenstown 1925, Husband of Emily Dowsett Application 27402

DOWSETT, William Spencer railway shunter Queenstown 1879 Memorial 129/318

No 1

DOWTON, John labourer Adelaide purchased land in Islington 1840 Application 24336

DOWTON, John labourer Adelaide purchased Pt Section 2132 on the Dry Creek 1843 Application 24336

DOWTON, John labourer Dry Creek 1843[-1848] Memorial 32/319

DOWTON, John farmer Dry Creek 1852[-1854] Memorial 440/61

DOWTON, John farmer Upper Dry Creek, died 21/11/1856 intestate. He left 4 daughters surviving him - Lavinia CHAPMAN wife of George Chapman farmer and gardener Dry Creek, Eliza Dowton spinster of Melbourne by 1868, Fanny MCLAREN wife of Alfred McLaren by 1868 of Ballarat Vic, and Rebecca Dowton an infant under the age of 21 by 1868 Memorial 210/234

DOWTON, William labourer Adelaide purchased Pt Section 2132 on the Dry Creek 1843 Memorial 3/297

No 1 -likely to be the same family

DOWTY, Henry farm labourer Willunga 1852[-1856] Memorial 432/42

DOWTY, Mrs Hannah storekeeper Willunga 1902 Application 24399

DOYLE, Charles of Enfield in the Stockade for murdering his wife 1876 Application 14854

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DOYLE, James gardener near Burnside 1865 Application 6528

DOYLE, James farmer Mt Bryan East linked with Elizabeth Doyle widow Mt Bryan 1885[-1890] Memorial 3/364

DOYLE, Eliza widow Mt Bryan. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1880 Grant Book 8 Page 95 County Burra

No 1

DOYLE, John labourer Bowden 1871 Application 11535

No 2

DOYLE, John a member of HM detective force Adelaide 1876[-1879] Memorial 99/288

No 3

DOYLE, John farmer Mt Bryan. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 96 County Burra

No 4

DOYLE, John farmer Cavenagh. Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

No 5

DOYLE, John farmer Tungkillo Co Sturt. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 83 County Dalhousie

DOYLE, Mary spinster Woolmit near Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 220 County MacDonnell

DOYLE, Patrick farmer Nackara linked with Francis Doyle no description 1886[-1890] Memorial 242/374

No 1

DOYLE, Thomas miner Mt Pleasant worked the lease of the Golden Slope West Gold Mining Co Ltd 1896 Memorial 77/429

No 2

DOYLE, Thomas, DOYLE, William John the Younger, and DOYLE, SWalter Moral graziers Kingston S-E 1946 Application 28473

No 1

DOYLE, William shepherd Woolmit linked with William John Doyle of the Hundred of Bowaka 1889 Memorial 209/399

DOYLE, William shepherd Woolwmit 1905 Memorial 172/452

No 1

DOYLE, William John grazier Reedy Creek near Kingston S-E 1900[-1930] Memorial 213/441

DOYLE, William John grazier Kingston 1936 Application 28020

DOYSEY, James W of Pt Adelaide 1891 Memorial 170/407

No 1

DRABSCH, Ferdinand farmer near Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 37 County Sturt

DRABSCH, Ferdinand farmer formerly of Palmer but now of Mannum 1900 Memorial 228/439

No 1

DRABSCH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Langmeil 1855 Memorial 260/82

DRABSCH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Tanunda 1856 Memorial 244/102

DRABSCH, Gottlieb and Karl farmers Hundred of Moorooroo 1859 Memorial 138/155

No 1

DRABSCH, Johann Wilhelm farmer Ebenezer 1856 Memorial 256/111

DRABSCH, Johann Wilhelm of Section 835 Hundred of Moorooroo Grünberg died c 1860. He left his second son, Johann Gottlieb Drabsch, 'three bullocks, two cows, three heifers, two calves, with all their increase, his German waggon together with all real and personal estate effects whatsoever and wheresoever' provided he keep his mother, Dorothea Drabsch (the testator's wife) 'comfortable and happy so far as it is in his power' for the rest of her life Memorial 246/163

DRAEGER/DRAGER/DRÄGER, Wilhelm Ferdinand musician Tanunda 1852[-1863] Memorial 259/39, Application 4336

DRAESEKE, John clerk Adelaide 1840 Memorial 48/304

DRAFFEN, Thomas draper Mt Gambier 1883 Memorial 228/349

No 1

DRAGE, James farmer Munno Para 1851 Memorial 339/34.

DRAGE, James farmer Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 266/42.

DRAGE, James farmer Burton Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 384/94

DRAGE, Mary Ann widow Burton 1878 Memorial 53/305

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DRAKE, Charles farmer Penola 1867[-1869] Memorial 32/225

 DRAKE, Charles carpenter Killanoola 1881 Memorial 143/333

DRAKE, Eliza spinster Adelaide 1854 Memorial 134/66

DRAKE, Henry James grocer Kooringa 1863[-1866] Memorial 262/188

No 1

DRAKE, John coachsmith North Adelaide 1869 Application 9668

No 1

DRAKE, John William coachsmith Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 463/63

DRAKE, John William coachsmith Norwood 1857[-1860] Memorial 225/121, Application 1743

DRAKE, John William no description died 25/11/1861 intestate. He left four surviving daughters to inherit his estate. Sarah Eliza Drake spinster had predeceased her father. Georgina Ann Drake administered the estate 1873 Memorial 176/272

DRAKE, John William coach and spring maker North Adelaide, died before 1881 intestate. Letters of administration to his daughter, Georgina Ann Drake, to settle his £400 estate Memorial 114/333

No 1

DRAKE, Richard Gramm telephone mechanic 39 Stuart Road, Dulwich 1933 Memorial 110/506

DRAKE, Richard Gramm supervising technician 39 Stuart Road, Dulwich 1953 Memorial 65/528

DRAKE, Robert F clerk to Arthur F AKHURST solicitor Kooringa 1891 Memorial 55/408

DRAKE, William Harrold farmer The Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 14 Page 368 County Daly

No 1 - probably the same person

DRAPER, Charles merchant Adelaide (Leigh St) 1850[-1853[ Memorial 370/26

DRAPER, Charles merchant Adelaide (Leigh St) and Amelia Draper his wife 1852 Memorial 79/46

DRAPER, Charles draper Adelaide 1866 Memorial 239/209

No 2

DRAPER, Charles HM Civil Service perhaps Encounter Bay? 1873 Application 12689

No 1 - probably the same person

DRAPER, Edward Robinson farmer Noarlunga 1858 Memorial 29/141

DRAPER, Edward Robinson farmer Hundred of Light Hundred of Light land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 205 County Light

DRAPER, Edward Robinson farmer Hundred of Light 1887 Memorial 40/385

No 1

DRAPER, Edward Walker carpenter Salisbury 1905 Memorial 75/454

DRAPER, Edward Walker carpenter Goodwood Park 1912 Memorial 149/467

DRAPER, George Leslie builder Mile End 1939 Application 28217

No 1

DRAPER, Henry engineer Le Fevre Peninsula 1880[-1881] Memorial 169/327, Application 18490

DRAPER, Henry milkman Semaphore 1883 Application 19712

DRAPER, Henry George dairyman North Birkenhead 1894 Application 22658

No 1

DRAPER, John whitesmith Gawler 1871 Memorial 191/256

DRAPER, John whitesmith Gawler 1878 Application 16720

DRAPER, Margaret Maria storekeeper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 465/30.

DRAPER, Richard Percy farmer Keith. Hundred of Stirling land grant 1914 Grant Book 7 Page 29 County Buckingham

No 1

DRAPER, William baker Thebarton 1852 Memorial 456/41.

DRAPER, William baker Thebarton 1852 Application 11799

DRAPER, Winnifred Ada May widow Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 53 County Chandos

DRAWBRIDGE, Dobell shepherd Canowie 1860 Memorial 266/177

DRAYMAN, Thomas farmer North Para 1856 Memorial 5/118

DRAYSEY, Alexander cabinetmaker North Adelaide 1849[-1852] Memorial 202/15

No 1

DRAYSEY, Charles painter North Adelaide 1849[-1855] Memorial 201/15

DRAYSEY, Charles painter Adelaide and Catherine Draysey his wife 1864 Memorial 130/192

DRAYSON, Charles of Dawson Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 40 Page 47 County Kimberley

No 1

DRAYSON, Frederick yeoman Pt Elliot 1865 Memorial 313/203

DRAYSON, Frederick labourer Roseworthy 1876 Memorial 35/287

DRAYTON, Henry John Thomas also known as Henry John Thomas Drayton RUSSELL farmer Marion on the Sturt, died 1889 intestate. His estate worth £2,340 Memorial 102/400

DRAYTON, John baker Waukaringa Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 2 County Lytton

No 1

DRAYTON, William sawyer Bowden 1848[-1857] Memorial 257/10

DRAYTON, William of Bowden lived there between 1851-1853, and then left for Melbourne Vic. Application 22048

DRAYTON, WIlliam [formerly sawyer but now] yeoman Bowden 1857[-1858] Memorial 83/116

No 1

DRECKOW, Christian farmer Riverton Hundred of English land grant 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 170 County Eyre

DRECKOW, Christian farmer Saddleworth 1892 Memorial 64/412

DRECKOW, Christian farmer formerly of Saddleworth but now of the Hundred of Lindley 1893[-1896] Memorial 28/417

DRECKOW, Martin and Maria Dreckow nee GARDY/GARDI his wife. His children Maria Anna Dreckow, Christiane Dreckow, Elisabeth Dreckow, Marianne MARTIN and Wilhelm Dreckow. His nephew Johann Gottlieb Ernst Dreckow also mentioned 1864 Memorial 49/198

No 1

DRECKOW, Christoph Theodor farmer Morgan 1906 Memorial 27/455

DRECKOW, TC farmer Yatala Vale 1928 Application 27714.

DRECKOW, Clara Elisabeth widow Modbury 1963 relict of Theodor Christoph Dreckow Modbury, who died 3/4/1952 Application 29534

DRECKOW, Clara Elizabeth widow Yatala Vale, aged 65 in 1953 Application 28982

DREDGE, James farmer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 87/75

DREEBLE, Malachai farmer Skillogolee Creek 1859 Memorial 119/160

DRENDEL, William farmer South Rhine 1861 Memorial 94/177

DRENNAN, Janet Marion boarding house keeper Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 79 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DRENNAN, William grazier Pt Augusta 1910 Memorial 132/462

DRENNAN, William butcher Wilmington, died 10/10/1919. Husband of Mary Floretta Drennan Memorial 38/481

No 1

DRESCHER, Carl Heinrich shoemaker Stockwell 1859 Memorial 224/160

DRESCHER, Carl shoemaker Stockwell 1860 Application 1580

No 1

DRESCHER, Ernst Friedrich farmer Bethanien 1857 Memorial 123/126

DRESCHER, Ernst Friedrich farmer Parrott Hill 1860 Application 1042

DRESCHER, Ernst Friedrich farmer Gnadenberg Hundred of Moorooroo, died 1864. He left estate to his wife Barbara Elisabeth Drescher formerly HENSEL and their children, Johannes Hermann Heinrich Drescher, Ernstine Pauline Bertha Drescher, Charlotte Henriette Juliane Drescher, and Johanne Emilie Auguste Drescher Memorial 102/200

No 1

DRESCHER, Julius gentleman Adelaide 1838 Application 20229

DRESCHER, Julius gentleman Adelaide owned land at Walkerville 1838[-1841] Application 25026

No 1

DRESCHLER, Heinrich Friedrich August farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 27 County Adelaide

DRESCHLER, Heinrich August Friedrich farmer Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 263/74

DRESCHLER, August and Friedrich farmers Balhannah 1855 Memorial 363/93

DRESCHLER, August farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

DREVER, David Charles farmer Calca.Trustee Institute Calca Hundred of Wrenfordsley land grant 1887 Grant Book 52 Page 42 County Robinson

No 1

DREVER, James carpenter Queenstown 1858[-1866] Memorial 219/145

DREVER, James carpenter formerly of Queenstown 1858 but now of Wallaroo 1867 Application 8404

DREW, Arthur Edwin saddler Adelaide (Currie St) and Edith Eleanor Drew widow Adelaide trading under the style or firm of C Drew 1913 Memorial 72/468

No 1

DREW, Camillo De Montebello gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 89/71

Hundred of Barossa land grant 1856 Memorial 271/98

DREW, Camillo De Montebello Esquire Alla Costa Estate, Ceylon 1859[-1860]

Memorial 296/164

DREW, Camillo de Montebello gentleman late of Pt Adelaide, but now of Alla Colla Estate, Island of Ceylon, power of attorney to Bloomfield DOUGLAS collector of customs Pt Adelaide, to sell his SA lands 4/7/1859 Deposit 87/1860

DREW, Camillo de Montebello gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1864 Memorial 222/196

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DREW, Charles storekeeper Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867[-1870] Grant Book 14 Page 58 County Daly

DREW, Charles storekeeper Moonta 1870 Application 10981

DREW, Charles storekeeper Moonta Co Daly. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 477 County Victoria

DREW, Charles storekeeper Moonta 1875 Memorial 29/283

DREW, Charles draper Moonta 1876 Memorial 93/288

DREW, Charles merchant Moonta. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in the Hundred of Tiparra 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

DREW, Charles, John and Thomas merchants Kooringa 1881[-1888] Memorial 189/334, Application 20890

DREW, Charles the Younger draper Kooringa 1886 Memorial 164/374

DREW, Charles merchant formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1891 Memorial 163/411

DREW, Charles and Thomas merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Samuel Drew & Co 1892 Memorial 103/412

DREW, Charles merchant Adelaide, died 3/10/1896. His estate worth £78,200. All his estate to his wife, Mary Jane Drew Application 27753

DREW, Charles merchant Adelaide died c1896. His widow, Mary Jane Drew of Gilberton, about to leave the state for a time, power of attorney to David DAVIDSON accountant Adelaide and Charles Drew SOUTHCOMBE merchant Broken Hill NSW, to manage her late husband’s business interests 16/4/1901 Deposit 805/1901

DREW, Charles Francis medical practitioner Hindmarsh linked with Hedley Drew land agent Adelaide 1945 Memorial 50/519

No 1

DREW, Edward storekeeper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 276/15

Ironmonger Adelaide 1850 (Rundle St) Memorial 255/39

DREW, Edward ironmonger Adelaide (Angas St) 1851 Memorial 159/32

Husband of Sophia Drew 1851[-1853] Memorial 423/38.

DREW, Edward merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852[-1855] Memorial 407/42

Gentleman Adelaide (Angas St) 1855 Memorial 15/103

DREW, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1858 Application 104

DREW, Edward gentleman Glen Osmond 1860 Application 1247

DREW, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1860 Application 1830

DREW, Edward gentleman Gleeville 1861 Memorial 159/175

DREW, Edward gentleman Section 293 near Glen Osmond, died 1866, He left a legacy to his brother, Charles Drew. Portions of the estate to Sophia DANNCEY absolutely. Most of the estate in trust for the testator's daughter, Elizabeth CHAPMAN, for life, then to her son, John Lewin Kingscote Glevelle Drew Chapman, absolutely in remainder expectant 1866 Memorial 77/216

DREW, Edwin shoemaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 218/16

DREW, Ferdinand farrier Adelaide 1872 Memorial 113/262

DREW, Francis master mariner Pt Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 242/75

No 1

DREW, George baker Thebarton 1849 Memorial 353/14

No 2

DREW, George tailor Nairne 1849[-1856] Memorial 77/18.

DREW, George tailor Norwood 1852 Memorial 120/42.

No 3

DREW, George farmer Angaston 1856[-1860] Memorial 141/96

DREW, James farmer Kooringa 1881 Memorial 226/330

No 1 - the Elder

DREW, John importer and storekeeper Kooringa 1875 Memorial 145/291

DREW, John, Charles and Thomas, and YOUNG William storekeepers Kooringa 1877, trading under the style or firm of Samuel Dew & Co Application 16132

DREW, John merchant Kooringa 1880 Memorial 117/323

DREW, John gentleman formerly of Kooringa but now of Burnside 1894 Memorial 155/421

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

DREW, John gentleman Unley Park 1888[-1894] Memorial 198/392

DREW, John stockholder Adelaide 1892 Memorial 30/416

No 3 - the Younger

DREW, John the Younger storekeeper Kooringa 1891 Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

DREW, John the Younger storekeeper Kooringa 1902 Memorial 104/446

DREW, John storekeeper Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 171/494

DREW, John draper Kooringa 1927, declared that he had lived in the town for 20 years Application 27493

DREW, John business manager Kooringa 1933, declared that had lived in the Hundred of Burra for 66 years Application 27931

DREW, John company director Kooringa, aged 68 in 1937, a partner in the firm of Drew & CREWES, declared that he had lived his whole life in the town Application 28056

No 4

DREW, John labourer Croydon 1881 Application 18441

No 5 - perhaps a continuation of No 4

DREW, John storeman Brompton Park 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

No 1

DREW, Joseph carpenter Adelaide (Hindley St) 1839 Memorial 138/107, Application 9886

DREW, Joseph carpenter Adelaide (Hindley St) 1839. He died 1/6/1840 (1/1/1840 in Deposit 418/1856), an infant under the age of 21. Governor HINDMARSH's wife, Susannah Wilson Hindmarsh, looked after the interests of Joseph Drew's sisters in claiming their brother's estate. In 1858, they inherited their brother Joseph's allotment 68 in Fuller St, Walkerville. Eliza Drew spinster Uley, Glos, England; Mary Cummings, wife of James Cummings storekeeper Uley, Glos; and Herbert LESTER storekeeper Gawler widower of Deborah Drew Application 9886

DREW, Joseph the Elder wheelwright Dursley, Glos, England m 9/6/1818 St Paul’s parish church, Dursley, Bristol, to Deborah nee PINNOCK. The Drews had 6 children (one son and five daughters). The eldest child, Joseph Drew the Younger, left in 1837 to live in SA, where he died 1/1/1840 under the age of 21 and unmarried. He was born 4/5/1819 Dursley and baptised 8/9/1819 at St Paul’s Dursley. Deborah Drew, the sixth child, left England March 1848 for SA, where she married Herbert LESTER of Adelaide (she was born 28/2/1826 and baptised 11/6/1826 Dursley Tabernacles). Joseph Drew the Elder died July 1836, aged 39. Deborah Drew, his wife, died March 1834, aged 42. The other two daughters remained in England. The three surviving sisters shared in the estate which their brother, Joseph Drew the Younger, left in SA. Likely that the Drew family were Congregationalists/Independents in religion Deposit 418/1856

CUMMINGS, James shopkeeper Uley, Glos, England, and Mary Cummings, his wife, nee DREW, power of attorney to Herbert LESTER gentleman Brighton, to sell Section 240 Survey B, recently regained after Supreme Court action against John BEER by Deborah Lester nee Drew and Mary Cummings nee Drew 21/4/1855 Deposit 86/1863

No 1

DREW, Kenneth dairyman Burra 1948 Application 28612.

DREW, Kenneth Mervyn licensed valuer formerly of Burra, aged 60 in 1953, declared that he had lived all his life in Burra until 1950 Application 29007

DREW, Mary Jane widow Gilberton 1898 Memorial 239/433

No 1

DREW, Peter shepherd Gawler 1851 Memorial 31/67

DREW, Peter labourer Gawler, died c1855. He left his whole estate to Thomas HENNEKER labourer Willaston Memorial 169/91

DREW, Peter alias RAY labourer Willaston, died early September 1855, of decay of nature, aged 82. The Rev’d WH COOMBS buried him in the Gawler Cemetery. He left his estate, including Lot 57 Willaston, to Thomas KENNEKER labourer Willaston. During 1855, P Drew had been boarding with a Mr ELPHIMSTONE in Gawler, when someone broke into his bedroom and stole a wooden box containing his few valuables. The broken box later found by the South Para bridge 1882 Application 19248

No 1

DREW, Samuel ironmonger Adelaide 1852 Memorial 401/39

DREW, Samuel storekeeper Kooringa 1856[-1860] Memorial 14/98

DREW, Samuel storekeeper Kooringa, died 1869. His wife, Elizabeth Drew, and his brother, Charles Drew storekeeper Moonta, involved in the settlement of the estate Memorial 116/242

DREW, Samuel storekeeper Kooringa, died c1869. His personal estate to his wife, Elizabeth Drew, absolutely. Real estate to go under trust, to sell when necessary, to provide capital to give his mother, Hannah Drew £15 a year for life; his brother-in-law William HOCKIN of Lanner, Cornwall, £10 a year for life. Also enough money to keep his children until they turn 21 or marry in the case of girls. Trustees: his brother, Charles Drew storekeeper Moonta, Robert Charles ANDREWS of the firm of Donaldson, Andrews and Sharland importers Adelaide; Richard Gimbert WILKINSON accountant Adelaide Enrolment 88/49

No 1

DREW, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa 1872[-1883] Memorial 123/259, Application 27943

DREW, Thomas merchant Kooringa 1881 Memorial 31/331

DREW, Thomas and William PEARCE merchants Kooringa of the firm of Messrs BATH & PEARCE 1883 Memorial 57/352

DREW, Thomas merchant Kooringa 1886 Application 20890

DREW, Thomas merchant formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1898 Memorial 238/433

DREW, Thomas merchant Adelaide 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

DREW, Thomas merchant Medindie 1904[-1919] Memorial 141/452, Application 26114

DREW, Thomas merchant Medindie. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

DREW, Thomas merchant Medindie, died 2/9/1922. Husband of Catherine Drew (who died 23/11/1929). Father of John Drew (living in T Drew's premises at Kooringa), Charles Francis Drew medical practitioner Hinmdarsh, Hedley Drew agent Adelaide Memorials 71 & 72/503

No 2

DREW, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1877 Memorial 222/301

DREW, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1877 Application 16437

No 3

DREW, Thomas ironworker Ridleyton Hindmarsh 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

DREW, Thomas ironworker Ridleyton 1936 Memorial 82/510

DREW, Thomas iron worker Ridleyton 1936 Application 28048

DREW, William John driver Kent Tce, Norwood 1909. He came to live in Norwood in 1873. He was in Cleave St, Norwood, until c1884, when he moved to another part of Norwood Application 25710

DREW, Will Verona (also known as William Drew) mechanic Robe S-E 1930 Memorial 160/503

DREWEATT, Thomas bank manager Melrose 1908[-1911] Memorial 25/459

DREWER, Joseph carpenter North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 183/23

DREWERY, E general servant Mundoo Island 1898 Memorial 23/437

DREWERY, William Charles of Waterfall Gully near Burnside 1898 Memorial 171/435

No 1

DREWITT, Emma Dorothy Louisa hotelkeeper Kooringa 1923 Memorial 119/488

DREWITT, Emma Dorothy Louisa hotelkeeper (prob wife of George Daniel Drewitt) formerly of the Kooringa Hotel Kooringa but now of the Kalgoorlie Hotel Hindley St, Adelaide 1924 Memorial 45/490

DREWETT, James farmer Paskeville, had died by 1911. Executors – Sarah Drewett widow Paskeville and William George Drewett farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant Grant Book 14 Page 339 County Daly

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DREWETT, Joseph gardener Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 421/67

DREWETT, Joseph railway porter Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 305/179

DREWETT, Joseph railway porter Queenstown 1863 Memorial 246/188

DREWETT, Joseph gentleman Pt Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Francis REYNOLDS builder Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/2/1863. Failing him, John Nathaniel WILLS Officer in HM Customs Pt Adelaide, to act in his place Deposit 29/1863

No 1

DREYER, August farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 470/15

Farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1850 Memorial 38/20

DREYER, August yeoman Tanunda 1853 Memorial 381/49

DREYER, August formerly yeoman Tanunda but now farmer Branxholme near Portland Vic 1860 Memorial 195/174

DREYER, August yeoman Tanunda 1853 formerly farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa, late of Adelaide now of Branksholme near Portland Vic, appointed Wilhelm Dreyer publican Adelaide, as his local attorney to sell Section 1701 Hundred of Nuriootpa for him 28/6/1868 A Dreyer had moved to Branksholme by 1860 Application 6822

No 1

DREYER, Charles farmer Hundred of Erskine 1887 Memorial 60/401

No 2

DREYER, Charles farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1912 Grant Book 13 Page 230 County Dalhousie

No 1

DREYER, Eduard Wilhelm [Carl Eduard Wilhelm] licensed victualler Adelaide 1855. Enrolment 89/35

DREYER, Eliza widow Little Adelaide 1881 Memorial 214/333

DREYER, Eliza widow Prospect possibly mother of Marianne BIGNELL wife of Edmund Bignell stockholder Nidgeegowara Qld, Charlotte GAROT wife of Louis Garot jeweller Bourke NSW and Rebecca PAIN wife of Thomas Pain stockholder Cummamilla Qld 1887 Memorial 238/387

DREYER, Eliza widow Prospect 1887 Application 21263.

DREYER, Eliza widow formerly Magill but now Prospect 1888 Application 21360

No 1

DREYER, Francis Edward formerly storekeeper Wentworth NSW but now out of business Prospect linked with Eliza Dreyer widow Prospect relict of the late Carl Eduard Wilhelm Dreyer formerly gentleman Wright St, Adelaide, now deceased. Apparently FE Dreyer was the youngest son 1896 Memorial 206/426

DREYER, Francis Edward storekeeper formerly of Wentworth NSW but now of Norseman WA 1897 Memorial 95/432

DREYER, Francis Edward (commonly called Frank Dreyer) storekeeper Norseman WA 1898 Memorial 50/434

No 1 - JGL the Elder

DREYER, Johann George Ludwig [of the Burra Burra Mine] 1849 Memorial 471/16

DREYER, Johann George Ludwig formerly of the Burra Burra Mine, but now barber Adelaide (Hindley St) 1850[-1852] Memorials 35/10, 38/20

DREYER, Johann George Ludwig publican Adelaide, had married 28/11/1824 Altenau parish church, Kingdom of Hanover, to Luise Christiane Elisabeth nee ? . He went to the Bendigo gold diggings in 1852, where he died intestate from dysentery on 19/4/1852. His eldest son, George Dreyer publican Wright St, Adelaide 1853, was born 31/7/1828 at Altenau, and inherited his father’s estate as heir at law. His mother lived with him at this stage. Heinrich HEYER farmer near Government Farm 1852, testified that he had known JGL Dreyer well, and spent the last fortnight before he died with him on the Bendigo diggings. Application 2865

DREYER, Eliza [should be Luise??] widow Adelaide relict of the late Johann George Ludwig Dreyer formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but now deceased and mother of Johanna Dreyer spinster Adelaide [Possible that Mrs Elisa Dreyer changed to her first name of Luise to distinguish her from her daughter-in-law Mrs Wilhelm Dreyer nee Elizabeth Williams] 1858 Memorial 73/147

No 1 - JGL the Younger

DREYER, George farmer Lyndoch Valley 1851 Memorial 87/30

DREYER, George the Younger farmer Adelaide 1851[-1857] Hundred of North Rhine land purchase Memorial 150/38.

DREYER, George publican Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 420/51

DREYER, Hermann Carl Friedrich of Robertstown 1889 Memorial 214/397

DREYER, SWC out of business Adelaide (South Tce) 1949 Memorial 91/523

No 1

DRIESENER, Carl Johann Gottlieb farmer Gawler River 1866 Memorial 166/210

DRIESENER, Carl Johann Gottlieb farmer Gawler River 1892 He had been in the area since at least 1850 Application 22366

DRIESENER, Carl Johann Gottlieb farmer Gawler Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1865 Grant Book 27 Page 286 County Gawler

DRIESENER, Carl Johann Gottlieb farmer Gawler River 1909, declared that he had lived there since 1849 Application 25695

No 1

DRIESENER, Joachim Gottlieb Theodor yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 452/14

Yeoman Buchsfelde 1850[-1880] Memorial 174/28

DRIESENER, Joachim Gottlieb Theodor farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 164/62

DRIESENER, Johann Gottlieb Theodor the Elder farmer Gawler River died. He left his estate to his wife, Sophie Driesener, in trust for life, then to his children in certain shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Sophie Driesener of Gawler River, died 24/3/1878, of cancer and bronchitis, aged 70. Carl Johann Gottlieb Driesener the Younger farmer Gawler River was the heir at law for his father's estate 1878 Application 16822

DRIFFIELD, Charles Carus company secretary Adelaide 1925 Memorial 171/492

DRIFFIELD, Francis of Gilbert Place, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 244/62

No 1

DRIFFIELD, Frederick Simeon Carus and Septimus Driffield gentlemen Balhannah 1849[-1850] Memorial 307/18

DRIFFIELD, Fred SC Secretary to the Matta Mining Co Pty Ltd 1864 Memorial 227/198

DRIFFIELD, Frederick Simeon Carus Secretary to the Wheal Mary Mining Company Adelaide 1857 Memorial 12/129

DRIFFIELD, Frederick Simeon Carus gentleman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 26/221

DRIFFIELD, Frederick Simeon Carus secretary of the Glenelg Bathing Company Ltd 1878 Memorial 124/307

DRIFFIELD, Jane widow North Adelaide 1898 Memorial 231/433

No 1

DRIFFIELD, V Carus clerk to Messrs INGLEBY & ROBINSON solicitors Adelaide 1877 Memorial 219/299

DRIFFIELD, V Carus articled clerk to W/Mr INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 63/330

No 1

DRIFFIELD, George Carus articled clerk to JH Gordon solicitor Strathalbyn 1883 Memorial 108/351

DRIFFIELD, George Carus solicitor Pt Pirie 1887 Memorial 211/383

DRIFFIELD, George Carus solicitor Gladstone 1887[-1888] Memorial 241/386

DRIFFIELD, Letitia Carus spinster 9 Rushams Road, Horsham, Sussex, England, power of attorney to Leonard William BAKEWELL, Percival Randolph STOW, and Arthur William PIPER solicitors Cowra Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide, to manage her shares in the SA Gas Company 22/7/1909 Deposit 49/1909

DRIKAS, Speros almond merchant Murray St, Gawler 1949 Memorial 137/523

DRING, Charles Harvey carter Willaston linked with Ruth Rosetta SCROOP formerly the wife of Henry Dring labourer Cuthero Darling River NSW but now the wife of Henry Scroop farmer Nhill Vic 1920. Charles Harvey Dring died 30/6/1926 Memorial 153/479 & RPA Search 1287

DRING, John labourer Brompton 1854 Memorial 27/63

DRING, John Robert carrier Hindmarsh and Emma Amelia Dring his wife 1918 Application 26650

DRING, John Robert carrier Orsmond St, Hindmarsh 1924, declared that he came to live in the village in 1853 Application 27307

DRINKALD, Joshua Esquire Beer Lane, London, Middlesex, power of attorney to John MORPHETT merchant Adelaide and George MORPHETT gentleman 3 Breams Buildings, Chancery Lane, London, Middlesex, about to proceed to SA, to manage his property in SA, land bought from the Association for the purpose of establishing Secondary Towns in SA, and land ‘at or near the junction of the Murray River with Lake Alexandrina’ 13/8/1840. J DRINKALD Euire 18 Blandford Square, St Marylebone, Middlesex, died 30/3/1859, leaving his whole estate to his niece, Mary Ann DRINKALD. His trustees gave power of attorney to Bartley, Bakewell & Stowe solicitors Adelaide, to sell the SA estate 17/6/1859 Deposit 69/OA

DRINKWATER, Thomas railway district foreman Bordertown. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 148 County Buckingham

DRINKWATER, William linked with Section 114 Hundred of Wonaka Co Blackford 1886 Memorial 168/374

DRISCOLL, Darcy Wilfred clerk Stirling 1949, declared that he was the Clerk to the District Council of Stirling West Application 28639

No 1

DRISCOLL, James publican Moonta Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 474 County Fergusson

No 2

DRISCOLL, James labourer Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 78 County Dalhousie

DRISCOLL, James farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 201 County Dalhousie

DRISCOLL, John gold digger Adelaide 1852 Memorial 184/44

DRISCOLL, Michael Henry carpenter North Adelaide 1865 Memorial 13/204

DRISCOLL, Rose Ann of 17 North St, Adelaide, died 1/6/ 1941. Executor; Percy GODDEN out of business Thebarton Memorial 134/517

DRIVER, David Malcolm gardener Summertown 1956 Memorial 39/531

No 1

DRIVER, Frances widow Pt Lincoln 1854 Memorial 389/71

DRIVER, Frances widow formerly of Pt Lincoln but at present residing in Adelaide 1858 Memorial 354/147

DRIVER, George brickmaker Brompton 1851[-1890] Memorial 192/34, Application 18441

DRIVER, George Manning storekeeper Kent Town 1873[-1882] Memorial 32/264

DRIVER, Henry labourer Summertown 1885 Application 20777

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DRIVER, John gold digger Norwood 1852 Memorial 206/44

DRIVER, John gardener Mt Lofty 1868[-1889] Memorial 82/230

DRIVER, John gardener New Tiers 1878 Application 16840

DRIVER, John gardener Summertown 1889 Application 21707

DRIVER, Laurie F clerk Glanville 1877 Memorial 106/303

DRIVER, Mary of Mt Lofty 1868 Memorial 82/230

DRIVER, RL clerk Queenstown 1902 Memorial 119/446

DROEGEMUELLER/DROGEMULLER/DRÖGEMÜLLER, Carl farmer Mannum 1888 Memorial 44/393

DROEGEMUELLER/DROGEMULLER/DRÖGEMÜLLER, Christoph teacher Nuriootpa 1874 Memorial 162/278

DROEGEMUELLER/DROGEMULLER/DRÖGEMÜLLER, Friedrich farmer Hundred of Younghusband trustee School Hundred of Younghusband land grant 1892 Grant Book 54 Page 157 County Russell

No 1

DROEGEMUELLER/DROGEMULLER/DRÖGEMÜLLER, Heinrich butcher Hahndorf 1858[-1859] Memorial 290/150

DROEGEMUELLER, Heinrich butcher Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

DROEGEMUELLER/DROGEMULLER/DRÖGEMÜLLER, Heinrich [formerly butcher Hahndorf but then] farmer Springton 1875 Application 14213

DROEGEMUELLER/DROGEMULLER/DRÖGEMÜLLER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Angas Valley. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Angas. Hundred of Angas land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

DROEGEMUELLER/DROGEMULLER/DRÖGEMÜLLER, Heinrich Wilhelm Friedrich farmer Palmer 1884 Memorial 187/357

DROEGEMUELLER/DROGEMULLER/DRÖGEMÜLLER, Johann Carl farmer Younghusband Co Russell. Hundred of Bowhill land grant 1895 Grant Book 6 Page 2 County Buccleuch

No 1

DROEGEMUELLER/DROGEMULLER/DRÖGEMÜLLER, Wilhelm shoemaker Hahndorf 1857[-1858] Memorial 88/130

DROEGEMUELLER/DROGEMULLER/DRÖGEMÜLLER, Wihelm farmer near Woodside 1858 Memorial 268/144

No 1

DROUGHT, Frederick police trooper Adelaide 1868 Memorial 160/228

DROUGHT, Frederick police trooper Northern Territory 1873 Memorial 111/265

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DRUMMOND, Andrew the Elder engineer of the Government steam dredge Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 158/145

DRUMMOND, Andrew the Elder married Janet nee SHARP spinster both of Abbotshall, Scotland, on 24/11/1847 Kirkaldy, Scotland. Eldest child, a son, Andrew Drummond the Younger born 11/9/1848 place unknown, and baptised 11/5/1856 Hope Chapel, Oldham, Co Lancs, England. The family emigrated to SA. Andrew Drummond the Elder mariner and engineer of the Government Steam Dredge Pt Adelaide and Le Fevre Peninsula, died 7/1/1859 intestate. Andrew Drummond the Younger of Le Fevre Peninsula, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 15681

DRUMMOND, Andrew formerly the Younger blacksmith and shipsmith Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16032

DRUMMOND, Alexander formerly the Younger driver Thebarton 1887[-1894] Memorial 208/385

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DRUMMOND, Charles storekeeper Woodside 1865 Memorial 155/202

DRUMMOND, Charles agent Adelaide 1877 Memorial 47/302

DRUMMOND, Elizabeth matron Henley Beach Road 1920 Memorial 77/481

DRUMMOND, Henry Nelson Incumbent of Christ Church Yankalilla and his Warden Charles MANISTY 1939 obtained permission from the Church Vestry to sell Christ Church Cottage also known as The Flagstaff Cottage. Dudley William HANNAFORD company manager Cudlee Creek bought the property, pt Section 1180. The Bungala River formed the rear boundary Application 28180

DRUMMOND, James labourer Richmond St, Walkerville 1908 Application 25517

DRUMMOND, John timber merchant Mitcham 1856[-1860] Memorial 474/100

DRUMMOND, Lindsay Thomas and William Tyrie Drummond farmers Findon. Findon Methodist Church trustees 1923 Memorial 14/487

No 1

DRUMMOND, Ralph Presbyterian minister Brownhill Creek Mitcham 1845[-1856] Memorial 33/5

DRUMMOND, Ralph clerk Mitcham 1858 Application 76

No 1

DRUMMOND, Robert farmer New Forest near Balhannah 1859 Memorial 124/151

DRUMMOND, Robert farmer Balhannah 1863 Memorial 7/189

DRUMMOND, Robert farmer Balhannah 1880 Application 18053

No 1

DRUMMOND, Thomas of Graham Mitcham 1850[-1852] Memorial 62/407

DRUMMOND, Thomas farmer Mitcham 1851[-1853] Memorial 456/30.

No 2

DRUMMOND, Thomas agent Adelaide (Flinders St) 1887 Memorial 205/383

No 3

DRUMMOND, Thomas of Findon 1899 Memorial 86/439

No 1

DRUMMOND, William farmer Inverbrackie 1855[-1861] Memorial 282/88

DRUMMOND, William farmer Blairville near Woodside 1858 Memorial 93/143

DRUMMOND, William farmer Woodside 1865 Application 5924

DRUMMOND, William farmer near Woodside and Jessie Drummond his wife 1895 Application 22889

No 2

DRUMMOND, William farmer Kanmantoo 1856 Memorial 213/107

DRUMMOND, William farmer Kanmantoo 1858 Application 67.

No 3

DRUMMOND, William carpenter Pt Augusta Co Frome. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 3 County Blachford

No 1

DRURY, George plumber Bowden 1875 Memorial 59/281

DRURY, George plumber Adelaide 1877 Memorial 168/297

DRURY, Isaac Curtis professor of music Norwood 1851 Memorial 99/29

No 1 - possibly the same person

DRURY, John farmer Willunga 1855[-1859] Memorial 83/99

DRURY, John farmer Aldinga 1859 Memorial 262/157

No 1

DRURY, Samuel Henry farmer Tickera 1885 Memorial 81/364

DRURY, Samuel Henry farmer Alford. Trustee church prob at Alford 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 214 County Daly

DRURY, Stephen yeoman Guichen Bay 1856[-1865] Memorial 80/109

No 1

DRURY, Thomas of Willaston 1857 Memorial 99/119

DRURY, Thomas formerly of Willaston but now of Murpka [Is this Murbko?] North-West Bend Murray River 1859 Memorial 139/154

DRURY, Thomas labourer Willaston 1861 Memorial 272/172

DRURY, Thomas labourer Willaston near Gawler Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1863 Grant Book 27 Page 270 County Gawler

DRURY, Thomas labourer Willaston declared 1895, that he had lived in Willaston since 1845 Application 22931

DRURY, Thomas of Willaston 1900, declared that he had lived in Willaston since 1855 and was now 71 years old Application 24516

DRURY, Thomas landowner Willaston near Gawler, died 11/1/1905. His widow, Frances Drury, died 1/8/1907 Memorial 218/457

DRUTE, W[ilhelm] bootmaker Hahndorf 1901 Application 24198

DRYDEN, Josiah John formerly carrier 1862 but then out of business Bowden 1866 Application 7181

No 1 - possibly the same person

DRYSDALE, David printer Pt Augusta. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 13 County Newcastle

DRYSDALE, David printer Pt Augusta 1883 Memorial 131/347

DRYSDALE, David printer Pt Augusta became a bankrupt in 1883 Memorial 58/379

DRYSDALE, David publisher Pt Augusta 1885 Application 20451

DRYSDALE, David printer Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 225 County Manchester

DRYSDALE, David printer Pt Lincoln 1913[-1919] Memorial 117/469, Application 276064

No 1

DRYSDALE, John farmer Mt Barker 1851[-1856] Memorial 71/110

DRYSDALE, John farmer Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 166/51

DRYSDALE, John farmer Bugle Ranges 1853 Memorial 212/107

DRYSDALE, John farmer Section 2895 Hundred of Macclesfield Co Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 422/54

DRYSDALE, John farmer Mt Barker 1854[-1856] Memorial 425/64

DRYSDALE, John farmer Section 2895 Hundred of Macclesfield Co Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 17/92

DRYSON, Charles labourer Tarlee Co Gilbert. Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 506 County Frome

DUANCE, Isaac labourer Mintaro 1855 Memorial 364/81

DUANCE, Lillian Ethel May spinster formerly of Macclesfield 1899 but then of Burnside 1904 Application 24722

DUANCE, William of Hill River Hundred of Clare Co Stanley 1866 Memorial 104/210

No 1

DU BARRY, O auctioneer Carrieton 1880[-1881] Memorial 199/327

DU BARRY, Otto Aloys agent and auctioneer Carrieton 1882 Memorial 82/337

DUBE, Johnn Heinrich Wilhelm distiller Charleston 1885 Application 20555

DUBLE, Malachi mining captain Wallaroo 1861 Memorial 173/179

No 1

DUBOIS, B law clerk Adelaide 1909 Memorial 9/461

DUBOIS, Bernard accountant Adelaide 1914 Memorial 41/471

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DUBOIS, BC clerk Adelaide 1908 Memorial 24/459

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

DUBOIS, Charles Lewis gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 329/67

DUBOIS, Charles Lewis merchant Adelaide 1855 Memorial 27/89

DUBOIS, Charles Louis common brewer Norwood 1859 Memorial 252/155

DUBOIS, Charles Lewis the Younger Esquire Magill 1869 Application 9976

DUBOIS, Charles Lewis broker Kent Town 1874 Memorial 248/271

DUBOIS, Charles Louis farmer Clinton Centre 1886 Memorial 21/380

DUBOIS, Michel Emile (commonly called Emile Dubois) Esquire Adelaide about to marry Mary Anne SHARPE widow Adelaide 1844 Memorial 1/157

DUCE, Thomas carpenter North Adelaide 1862[-1863] Memorial 208/185

No 1

DUCK, David farmer Munno Para 1855[-1865] Memorial 87/81

DUCK, David farmer Salisbury 1872 Application 11881

DUCK, David farmer near Salisbury. Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 110/297

DUCK, Edwin boundary rider near Bramfield Hundred of Ward land grant 1878 Grant Book 48 Page 10 County Musgrave

DUCK, Henry Wallace farmer Belton 1891 Memorial 205/410

No 1

DUCK, Isaac baker Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 126/201

DUCK, Isaac formerly baker Peachey Belt 1865 but now farmer Grace Plains near Mallala 1866 Application 8026

DUCK, Isaac farmer Mallala Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 239 County Gawler

No 1

DUCK, James William gentleman Pt Augusta 1891 Memorial 43/411

DUCK, James William storekeeper Leigh Creek Out of Hundreds. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892[-1900] Grant Book 65 Page 251 County Not named

DUCKMANTON, Jonathan Naughton painter Adelaide 1863 Application 4193

DU CROZ, Frederick Augustus Esquire 52 Lombard St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to William James CRAWFORD Esquire Adelaide, and John LindsaY Esquire Pt Darwin, Northern Australia, to manage his real estate in Pt Darwin and Northern Australia 23/1/1874 Deposit 104/1874.

DU CROZ, Percy Francis Esquire Inner Temple, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to John LINDSAY Esquire Adelaide and Neptune Frederick CHRISTOE, bank manager Palmerston Northern Territory, to manage his Northern Territory business interests 16/9/1887 Deposit 120/1887.

DUCZEK, Josif labourer Migrant Hostel Gawler and Josefine Duczek his wife 1951 Memorial 70/526

DUDDELL, George Esquire Queen’s Park, Brighton, Sussex, England, power of attorney to Percy Robinson FREER of Marrifield, Sussex, but about to proceed to SA, to manage his Pt Darwin and Northern Australian business affairs 20/10/1871 Deposit 127/1872

DUDDLESTONE, Robert innkeeper Pt Lincoln 1881 Application 22433

DUDDON, Andrew miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1870 Grant Book 14 Page 72 County Daly

DUDLEY, FE bank manager Snowtown 1893 Memorial 205/416

DUDLEY, George labourer Kingston S-E 1878 Memorial 196/307, Application 16768

DUDLEY, S of Westward Ho Co Burra 1888 Memorial 97/392

No 1

DUDLEY, William labourer near Narracoorte 1877 Memorial 7/398

DUDLEY, William of Rivoli Bay 1878 Memorial 184/308

DUE, Niels farmer Oakbank Hundred of Barossa 1878 Memorial 78/305

No 1

DUEBALL, Friedrich labourer Hahndorf 1894 Memorial 3/420

DUEBALL, Friedrich labourer Ambleside, formerly known as Hahndorf, died 30/5/1924 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Maria Lydia Dueball of Ambleside Memorial 3/420

DUEBALL, Maria Lydia widow Ambleside, formerly known as Hahndorf, died 12/6/1926 intestate. Letters of administration to her daughter, Flora Alma Dueball spinster Ambleside, to settle the estate Memorial 159/497

No 1

DUEBALL, Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Ambleside, formerly known as Hahndorf 1927 Memorial 192/497

DUEBALL, Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Hahndorf , died 10/4/1958 Application 29878

DUEHRING/DURHING/DÜHRING, Marie Friedericke dairywoman Wilmington. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 540 County Frome

DUELL, Albert farmer Worlds End. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1900 Grant Book 9 Page 13 County Burra

No 1

DUELL, Alfred Chappell labourer Bordertown 1933. Son of William Duell labourer Bordertown, who died 25/12/1921 and his wife, Elizabeth Burchell Duell, who died 2/1/1932. Other children included: Elizabeth Helen LEWIS formerly ASSHETON married woman Sydney NSW, Hilda Burchell SYMON married woman Kadina and Jack Leslie Duell farmer Bordertown Application 27907

DUELL, Henry farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 223 County Dalhousie

No 1 - the Elder

DUELL, Thomas builder Adelaide 1841 Application 12262.

DUELL, Thomas of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 238/16

DUELL, Thomas farmer Gleeville 1849 Memorial 346/15

DUELL, Thomas farmer Beaumont 1856 Memorial 127/101

No 2

DUELL, Thomas farmer Allen Creek 1860 Memorial 142/167

DUELL, Thomas landowner Hill Farm Kapunda 1867 Grant Book 17 Page 190 County Eyre

DUELL, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1871 Memorial 247/251

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

No 3 - the Younger (TB Duell)

DUELL, Thomas farmer Islington 1894 Application 22721.

DUELL, Thomas farmer Islington 1898, declared that he had owned land in the neighbourhood for 26 years Application 26265.

DUELL, Thomas farmer Islington 1901 Memorial 171/442

DUELL, Thomas labourer Islington 1902 Memorial 152/447

DUELL, Thomas farmer Islington. His wife, Clara Elizabeth Ann Duell, died 6/3/1902. Sister to John Augustus BAGSHAW and Thomas Henry Bagshaw machinists Adelaide. Mother of Ada Rose LE GALLEY wife of William Le Galley gardener Mt Lofty, Clara Jane CHAPMAN wife of William Chapman farmer Findon, Rosetta Jacka wife of Edgar Jacka law clerk (formerly of Islington but then of Homestead Torrens Road), May Bagshaw Duell spinster Islington, Thomas Augustus Duell farmer manager Yankalilla, Percival Stokes Duell farmer Islington and Georgina PARFITT wife of Bennett Parfitt Memorials 144 & 162/454

DUELL, Thomas Baird formerly farmer Islington now no occupation Coomandook 1915, declared that he had been born in Adelaide on 1/8/1839, and had never been out of the colony or more than 150 miles from the city. He married 25/6/1865, Clara Elizabeth Ann nee Bagshaw, daughter of JS Bagshaw machinist Elizabeth St, Adelaide. TB Duell farmed at Kapunda when he married. c1867, he shifted to Eudunda. In 1870, he became manager for Dr PENFOLD at Magill for two years. He used to return home only at weekends at that time, because he had one of his father-in-law's houses in Pym St, Islington. In 1872, he set up as a farmer and dairyman at Islington, on a number of the Bagshaw allotments for which he paid JS Bagshaw rent. During 1875-76, he fenced in a large number of vacant allotment for JS Bagshaw, who cheerfully gave up possession if anyone could prove better title. Invariably, he purchased the sites from the claimants. After JB NEALES, the founder of Islington, died, JS Bagshaw bought all the unsold allotments in the village from the trustees. When JS Bagshaw died, a special map of Islington was prepared to go with the will to show the location of the allotments which his children inherited Application 26443

No 1

DUELL, William labourer and carrier Bordertown, died 25/12/1921. Husband of Elizabeth Burchell Duell Memorial 111/485

DUELL, William Chappell labourer Bordertown. His wife, Elizabeth Burchall Duell, died c1932. Parents of Elizabeth Helen ASSHETON, Hilda Burchell SYMON, Alfred Chappell Duell and Jack Leslie Duell Memorial 53/505

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DUFF, John Finlay Esquire Section 849 Survey B 1854 Memorial 211/68

DUFF, John Finlay the Elder gentleman Glenelg, died 1868. His wife, Mary Duff, and the following children - Jessie Light MILLAR, John Finlay Duff the Younger, Eliza Dixon Duff - to share equally absolutely in his Woodforde Estate. His wife and all his children to share equally in the rest of the estate Memorial 219/230

DUFF, John Finlay no description, died 18/5/1868. The Duffs had at least two children - Joseph Stilling Duff and Stuart Duncan Duff. George HAMBRIDGE draper Glenelg said that he had known the Duff family for 25 years 1888. By that year, JF Duff's widow, Mary Duff, had remarried to Henry Hamilton clerk Brighton Application 21426

DUFF, John F stock agent Worunga 1882 Memorial 142/346

DUFF, John Finlay auctioneer Kooringa 1885 Memorial 39/367

DUFF, John Finlay auctioneer Kooringa 1885 Application 20462

No 1

DUFF, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1854[-1857] Memorial 40/68

DUFF, Patrick labourer Kapunda 1859 Application 327

DUFF, Patrick farmer Bagot Well 1876 Memorial 188/294

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DUFF, Peter shoemaker Adelaide (Gouger St) 1867[-1878] Memorial 32/226

DUFF, Peter shoemaker formerly of Grote St, Adelaide but now of Payneham 1879 Memorial 106/321

DUFF, Peter the Elder of Payneham 1880 Memorial 247/323

DUFF, Peter the Elder of Payneham Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 339 County Fergusson

DUFF, Peter shoemaker formerly of Gouger St, Adelaide, but now of Payneham 1881 Memorial 112/330

DUFF, Peter the Elder and Younger farmers Pt Vincent 1884 Memorial 123/363

DUFF, Stuart Duncan gardener Marion 1909 Memorial 122/461

DUFFEY, Daniel bricklayer Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 280/58

DUFFEY, Neill cordwainer Albert St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 55/23

No 1

DUFFIELD, David Walter Esquire Gawler, about to leave the province for a considerable time, power of attorney to Thomas Hopkins BOWEN Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 17/8/1880 Deposit 156/1880

DUFFIELD, David Walter Adelaide gentleman 1883 Executor and trustee under the will of Walter DUFFIELD gentleman Gawler Application 19987

DUFFIELD, David Walter gentleman Glenelg 1886 Memorial 42/381

DUFFIELD, David Walter gentleman Adelaide 1887[-1908] Memorial 108/388

DUFFIELD, David Walter sharebroker Glenelg 1898, only son of Walter Duffield Esquire Para Para near Gawer, who died 5/11/1882 Application 23600

DUFFIELD, David Walter gentleman Glenelg 1912 Application 26057

No 1

DUFFIELD, Francis agent Bowden 1844 Memorial 158/348

DUFFIELD, Francis agent Adelaide 1844[-1853] Memorial 222/64, Application 19662

DUFFIELD, Francis agent Adelaide 1866 Application 7113

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

DUFFIELD, Francis Mt Barker Land and Building Association trustee 1852 Memorial 65/46

DUFFIELD, Francis farmer Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 330/64

DUFFIELD, Francis Henry farmer Wolseley. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1890 Grant Book 7 Page 17 County Buckingham

DUFFIELD, George storeman Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 155/314

DUFFIELD, Harold labourer Pt Lincoln 1929 Application 27771

DUFFIELD, Henry builder St Leonards near Glenelg 1905. His wife, Emily Duffield, had lived in the area since 1865 Application 24889

DUFFIELD, John labourer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

No 1

DUFFIELD, John Abbs linked with Sections 10 and 201 Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 141/368

DUFFIELD, John Abbs farmer Pt Pirie and Jemima Duffield his wife 1897 Memorial 207/432

No 1

DUFFIELD, Joseph tailor's cutter Le Fevre Peninsula 1874 Application 13357

No 2

DUFFIELD, Joseph farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 101 County Chandos

DUFFIELD, Kenneth Lancelot gentleman Adelaide but at present temporarily overseas 1922 Memorial 59/485

DUFFIELD, Mary Ann Hawkes spinster Hylands Gawler, died 1902. Daughter of the late Walter Dufffield. Sister to Sarah Duffield spinster Gawler. MAH Duffield had an interest in Kooroona Station Memorial 70/447

No 1

DUFFIELD, Richard labourer Booleroo 1885 Memorial 140/368

DUFFIELD, Richard farmer Palmer trustee unnamed School Hundred of Palmer Hundred of Palmer land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 176 County Newcastle

No 1 – Richard Abbs Duffield

DUFFIELD, Richard farmer Mt Barker 1872 Application 11965.

DUFFIELD, Richard labourer Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 191 County Stanley

No 1

DUFFIELD, Thomas civil servant Adelaide 1894 Application 22

No 2

DUFFIELD, Thomas farmer Willowie 1896 Memorial 231/428

No 1

DUFFIELD, Walter farmer Echunga 1847 Memorial 277/9

DUFFIELD, Walter miller Gawler 1849 Memorial 87/15

DUFFIELD, Walter and John MITCHELL millers [The Union Mill] and timber merchants Gawler 1865 Memorial 171/207

DUFFIELD, Walter, Frank MAKIN and William MALCOLM millers Gawler trading under the style or firm of W Duffield & Co 1877 Memorial 46/300

DUFFIELD, Walter, Frank MAKIN, William MALCOLM, and David Walter Duffield millers and timber merchants Gawler trading under the firm of W Duffield & Co 1877 Memorial 236/303

DUFFIELD, Phoebe widow of the late Walter Duffield gentleman Para Para near Gawler, died 15/5/1890, of chronic bronchitis and influenza, aged 75. Two of her children by 1923 included Walter Geoffrey Duffield Doctor of Science of parts beyond the sea but temporarily on a visit to SA, and Kenneth Lancelot Duffield pastoralist Adelaide Application 27175

No 1

DUFFIELD, Walter Geoffrey gentleman formerly of Glenelg but now of London, Middlesex, England 1910 Memorial 250/462

DUFFIELD, Walter Geoffrey gentleman, formerly of Glenelg, but now of London, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/4/1910 Deposit 19/1910

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DUFFIELD, William farmer Bugle Ranges 1865 Memorial 247/203

DUFFIELD, William farmer Wistow 1882 Application 19037

DUFFIELD, William farmer Bugle Ranges Hundred of Willowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

DUFFIELD, William farmer Wistow 1884[-1899] Memorial 155/362

DUFFUS, James Stewart gentleman Pt Germein Hundred of Telowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 772 County Frome

DUFFY, Matthew labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1907 Grant Book 13 Page 60 County Dalhousie

No 1

DUFFY, Michael of Clare 1864 Memorial 19/239

DUFFY, Michael storekeeper Pekina. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1875[-1878] Grant Book 13 Page 10 County Dalhousie

DUFFY, Michael of Pekina 1876[-1877] Memorial 94/295

DUFFY, Michael storekeeper Pekina 1877 Memorial 198/302

DUFFY, Michael farmer Pekina. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 12 County Dalhousie

DUFFY, Michael storekeeper Pekina trustee Pekina Cemetery 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 167 County Dalhousie

No 1

DUFTY, John farmer Yankalilla 1861[-1884] Memorial 322/178

DUFTY, John farmer Yankalilla 1865 Application 6183

DUFTY, John of Yankalilla Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 255 County Fergusson

DUFTY, John farmer Normanville 1890 Memorial 70/404

DUFTY, John farmer Yankalilla, died c1894. Husband of Susan Ann Dufty. Son of William Dufty. Brother to Mary HEGGATON, and Lydia Piper NEWMAN Memorial 114/424

DUFTY, John farmer Yankalilla, died 19/6/1894. His widow, Susan Anne Dufty, died 25/9/1923. Executors; Charles SANDERS farmer Torrens Vale and Edgar Clarke KELLY formerly farmer Second Valley but now out of business Unley Memorial 104/489

DUFTY, Susan Ann widow Normanville 1900 Application 23973.

DUFTY, Susan Ann widow of the late John Dufty formerly farmer Normanville but now deceased, died 25/7/1923, of morbus cordis, senility and dropsy, aged 84. Born in Whitechurch, Dorset, England, she had been in SA for 69 years. Marriage aged 20. No family. Herbert Alfred NEWMAN farmer Yankalilla was a nephew Application 27236

No 1

DUFTY, William farmer Yankalilla. Bible Christian Chapel Yankalilla foundation trustee 1856 Memorial 130/120

DUFTY, William Minister of the Gospel Sydney NSW linked with John Dufty farmer Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 92/179

DUFTY, William farmer formerly of Yankalilla but now of East Maitland NSW 1880 Application 18343

DUGAN, Arthur farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

DUGAN, James the Younger farmer Spring Gully Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 70 County Fergusson

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DUGAN, James yeoman Little Para 1850 Memorial 32/23

DUGAN, James farmer Penwortham 1855[-1865] Memorial 165/103

DUGAN, James farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Penwortham 1856 Memorial 276/111

DUGAN, James the Younger of Penwortham, a minor 1855 Memorial 424/90

DUGAN, James farmer near Penwortham 1861 Application 2312

DUGAN, Melville Colin boiler maker's assistant Whyalla 1946 Application 28465

No 1

DUGGAN, George ganger Adelaide 1885 Memorial 168/364

DUGGAN, George ganger Thebarton 1885 Memorial 52/365

DUGGAN, George ganger Thebarton 1885 Application 20464

DUGGAN, George railway employee Mile End, died 4/12/1911. His whole £1,050 estate to his wife, Mary Duggan Application 26309

DUGGAN, James the Younger credit agreement selector leasee No 17442 becama bankrupt son of James Duggan the Elder farmer near Yorketown 1889 Memorial 188/400

No 1

DUGGAN, Thomas tailor Kent Town 1859 Application 381

DUGGAN, Eliza widow formerly of Hackney, but now of Plympton, power of attorney to Mary Duggan spinster Plympton, to pay off the mortgage on Lot 14, Section 108, laid out as Plympton 3/10/1885 Deposit 213/1885.

DUGGAN, Timothy farmer Mudla Wirra 1866 Memorial 134/225

DUGGIN, Gilbert engine driver Morgan trustee Morgan Institute 1909 Grant Book 18 Page 11 County Eyre

DUGGIN, John labourer Bowden 1918 Application 26706

No 1

DUGMORE, James Henry contractor Strathalbyn 1936 Memorial 22/510, Application 28033

DUGMORE, James Henry dairyfarmer Macclesfield linked with Joseph Henry Dugmore formerly farmer but now out of business Macclesfield 1956 Memorial 6/531

DUGMORE, Joseph Henry farmer Macclesfield. His wife, Elsie Florence May Dugmore, died 3/11/1944 Memorial 139/518

DUGMORE, Joseph Henry Roy dairy farmer Paris Creek 1957 Application 29268

DUIGNAN, John publican Adelaide 1859 Memorial 206/160

DUKE, Alfred Thomas gardener Penwortham 1912 Memorial 57/485

DUKE, Charles mariner Adelaide 1848 Memorial 213/12

No 1

DUKE, George printer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 256/4

DUKE, George farmer Section 367 near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 142/17

DUKE, George [formerly farmer but now] printer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 273/57

DUKE, George the Elder gentleman Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 103/94

DUKE, George printer North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 213/95

DUKE, George the Elder printer formerly of Walkerville but now of Unley Road 1863 Memorial 277/190

DUKE, George the Elder printer and bookbinder formerly of Walkerville 1863 but now of Unley Rd, Unley 1869 Application 10283

No 2

DUKE, George carpenter Cottonville. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1909 Grant Book 2 Page 19 County Adelaide

DUKE, Thomas farmer Penwortham 1903 Application 24574

DUKE, William galvanised worker Pt Adelaide 1871[-1877] Memorial 241/250, Application 15945

No 1

DULDIG, Friedrich farmer Worlds End Creek 1898 Memorial 28/434

DULDIG, Friedrich farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1903 Grant Book 9 Page 14 County Burra

DULDIG, G farmer Riverton linked with Johann Duldig farmer Riverton and Peters Hill 1887 Memorial 1/387

DULDIG, Gerhard George fibrous plaster manufacturer Gawler 1951 Memorial 196/525

No 1

DULDIG, Johann farmer The Gilbert 1867 Memorial 190/220

DULDIG, Johann farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1872[-1879] Memorial 6/261

DULDIG, Johann farmer Riverton 1890 Application 21812

DULLEA, DJ stock agent Kooringa 1924 Memorial 40/491

DUMAS, Charles Morris Russell printer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 129 County Sturt

DUMBLETON, William Henry butcher North Adelaide and Mary Dumbleton his wife, formerly Mary WILKINS wife of William Wilkins formerly publican Thebarton but now deceased. Mrs Dumbleton owned the Butcher's Arms, Thebarton, from her previous husband's estate 1850 Memorial 409/42

No 1

DUMBRECK, Thomas tanner Kapunda 1895 Memorial 46/425

DUMBRECK, Thomas tanner Kapunda 1895 Application 23037

DUMESNY, Gustav labourer Stepney 1853[-1856] Memorial 57/61

No 1

DUMONT, VC typist Adelaide 1930 Memorial 102/503

DUMONT, Verna Coralie typist Adelaide 1937 Memorial 159/511

No 1

DUNBAR, Andrew gentleman Penola 1868 Memorial 89/456

DUNBAR, Andrew carpenter Penola 1876[-1889] Memorial 240/295

DUNBAR, Andrew carpenter Penola, died 13/1/1907. Father of Robert Dunbar Memorial 153/457

DUNBAR, Daniel shoemaker Adelaide 1862 Memorial 216/182

DUNBAR, Duncan ship owner and merchant Fort St, Limehouse and 50 Porchester Tce, Middlesex, England, died 6/3/1862. Estate worth £One million. Executors William Smith BROWN of the East India Road and Edward COLLATLY clerk in Dunbar’s counting house. They had to sell his ships by public auction or private sale. His home in trust to his sister, Margaret MASSON, and then to her daughters, as long as they remain unmarried. £100,000 to be invested in bonds etc to raise an annual income of £3,000 for his sister Margaret for life. The house and money to her daughters in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant after her death. Another £20,000 to be invested for the testator's sister’s daughters for them to have an equal share in the income for the rest of their lives. Other legacies to godsons and friends. All employees at home to get legacies. Employees at the office to get half a year’s salary free of probate Deposit 269/1865

DUNBAR, James engine driver Thebarton 1894 Application 22780

DUNBAR, Robert farmer Penola 1907 Application 25349

DUNBAR, Samuel labourer Woodside 1923 Application 27201

DUNBAR, Thomas shoemaker Adelaide 1845[-1871] Memorial 9/15

DUNCAN, A clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 213/373

DUNCAN, Annie Jane spinster Launceston Tas 1887, probably a daughter of the late Dr Handyside Duncan formerly surgeon Pt Adelaide now deceased Memorial 193/387

No 1

DUNCAN, Charles stone cutter Pt Elliot 1884 Memorial 211/355

DUNCAN, Jessie 38 widow Mobilong [widow of Charles Duncan stone cutter Pt Elliot, who died early 1890s] (Father: John MCLAREN) married Thomas David STEVENS 26 bachelor quarry man Mobilong (Father: Charles Stevens) on 30/4/1894 Jessie Duncan's home at the Mobilong granite quarries. Minister: Alexander LAW. Witnesses: W HONEYMAN labourer Mobilong, R DUNCAN of Mobilong. By 1896, TD Stevens was a quarry proprietor of Monarto. Was Charles Duncan associated with the Mobilong granite quarries? Appears likely. Application 23130

No 1

DUNCAN, George carpenter Clare 1854 Memorial 102/74

DUNCAN, George builder Clare 1856 Memorial 88/104

DUNCAN, George carpenter Clare 1860 Application 1505

DUNCAN, George carpenter and builder Clare 1861 Application 2392

DUNCAN, George carpenter Clare - Clare Presbyterian Church member 1863 Memorial 272/191

No 2

DUNCAN, George licensed victualler Norwood 1866 Memorial 106/209

DUNCAN, George Edward machinist Brompton and his wife, Louisa Edna Duncan 1893 Application 22461

No 1

DUNCAN, George McEwin accountant Fitzroy 1892 Memorial 207/415

DUNCAN, George McEwin accountant formerly of Fitzroy but now of Melbourne Vic 1904 Memorial 180/451

DUNCAN, George Oliphant inspector-general of the penal department [npm] 1873 Memorial 117/267

No 1

DUNCAN, Isabella spinster The Sturt 1928 Application 27700

DUNCAN, Isabella spinster Tusmore, died 18/11/1934.

Sister to Margaret DENNANT widow 41 Stanhope Grove, Camberwell Vic, who died 25/3/1933. Aunt of Thelma Maud Duncan spinster formerly of The Sturt but now bookkeeper Northumberland St, Tusmore and Constance Mary WAITE wife of Claude Raymond Waite wireless operator Melbourne Vic; also Aubrey Eugene Duncan, John Raymond Duncan and James Colin Duncan. Also linked with John Raymond Duncan clerk The Sturt, Constance Mary WAITE married woman Camberwell Vic, and John Cuthbert Duncan clerk The Sturt Memorials 186 & 187, 196/516

No 1

DUNCAN, James shoemaker Adelaide 1861 Memorial 63/180

No 2

DUNCAN, James farmer The Sturt 1865[-1892] Memorial 169/207, Application 22216

 DUNCAN, James farmer Darlington on the Sturt 1871[-1885] Memorial 96/257, Application 16082

DUNCAN, James JP Orange Grove The Sturt 1892 Memorial 165/415

DUNCAN, James gentleman The Sturt 1896 Application 23105.

DUNCAN, James farmer The Sturt, died c1904. Executors: William SMITH farmer O'Halloran Hill and Robert JOHNSTONE merchant Glen Osmond Memorial 208/452

No 3

DUNCAN, James mariner Pt Adelaide 1866[-1869] Memorial 217/208

No 4

DUNCAN, James coachbuilder Adelaide 1901 Application 24289

DUNCAN, James Andrew McNeill officer in the Honourable East India Company 28th Regiment of the Bombay Native Infantry but at the present time sojourning in Adelaide 1855 Memorial 162/82

DUNCAN, James Cuthbert clerk The Sturt 1954 Memorial 75/529

DUNCAN, James Johnston married Mary Hamilton MCNEILL 7/11/1825 Collinsay, Hebrides. JJ Duncan became a merchant in Glasgow, where their eldest son was born - James Andrew McNeill Duncan born 12/10/1829. The Duncans emigrated to SA, where JJ Duncan died October 1840 Blair Park, near Gawler intestate. Duncan had bought He bought Section 19, 100 acres of land near Gawler, in partnership with Alexander MCKEAN farmer Adelaide formerly of Edinburgh Scotland, for £175 in Jan 1840. He had a LLD degree. A daughter (as yet unnamed) also in the family. JJ Duncan was a brother to Dr Handasyde Duncan of Pt Adelaide. In 1855, JJ Duncan’s son and heir at law, JAM Duncan, an officer in the HEIC 28th Regiment Bombay Native Infantry, was having a holiday in SA. He sold Blair Park to George Green estate agent Adelaide for £300. Application 9677

DUNCAN, Dame Jean Gordon widow Mitcham 1915 Memorial 155/473

DUNCAN, JJ farmer The Sturt 1891 Application 22040

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DUNCAN, John sheepfarmer Wallaroo. Trustee Cemetery Wallaroo 1866 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

DUNCAN, John Esquire Wallaroo Bay 1868 Memorial 15/229

DUNCAN, John sheepfarmer Wallaroo. Trustee Yorke Peninsula Building Society 1870 Grant Book 14 Page 231 County Daly

DUNCAN, John gentleman Parkside, died 9/4/1880. Executors; his sons John James Duncan stockowner Hughes Park and Walter Hughes Duncan stockholder Auburn, also John GORDON merchant Adelaide Memorial 64/323

No 2

DUNCAN, John solicitor Pt Pirie 1891 Memorial 91/408

DUNCAN, John Cochrane gentleman Adelaide leased a cattle run on Chambers Creek 1864 Memorial 100/194

DUNCAN, John Howard farmer Reedbeds 1849 Memorial 399/15

No 1

DUNCAN, John James sheepfarmer Watervale Co Stanley. Trustee Institute Moonta Mines 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

DUNCAN, John James Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Walter Hughes Duncan, James HARVEY Esquires, John GORDON merchant all of Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 21/1/1878 Deposit 61/1878

DUNCAN, John James gentleman 48 Porchester Tce, Middlesex, England 1879, about to marry Jean Gordon GRANT spinster, aged 19, of 21 Durham Tce, Bayswater, Middlesex, England. Her father James Grant had died c1878. His estate to go into trust to benefit his wife, Mary Anne Grant, for life, then to his daughter Jean Gordon Grant in trust for life, then to his daughter’s husband in trust for life, then to any children of the marriage in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. These terms set out in a marriage settlement before James and Mary Grant's marriage. £200 to be set aside from the estate towards Jean Grant’s voyage to Australia. Mary Anne Grant died 16/5/1879. The estate went into trust with Walter JUSTICE gentleman 6 Bernard St, Russell Square, Middlesex, and John GORDON merchant King William St, Adelaide, as trustees 26/8/1879. In a further marriage settlement, JJ Duncan settled Sections 70-81 Hundred of Hall Co Stanley upon his intended bride in trust for life, and for any issue of the marriage to inherit equally, absolutely in remainder expectant after both parents had died. The intending bridegroom drew up this agreement earlier in 1879 before he left SA to go to Britain for his wedding Deposits 285 & 286/1879

DUNCAN, John James MP Hughes Park near Watervale 1887 Application 21189

DUNCAN, John Raymond and James Colin fruitgrowers The Sturt 1935 Application 27989

No 1

DUNCAN, John Stuart of Pt Adelaide 1841 Memorial 343/2

Farmer Pt Adelaide 1847 Memorial 66/10

Farmer Reedbeds 1848 Memorial 455/51

yeoman The Reedbeds 1852 Memorial 175/40

Farmer Section 424 Survey B 1853[-1854] Memorial 118/57

DUNCAN, John Stewart farmer Reedbeds 1852[-1869] Memorial 273/43.

DUNCAN, John Stewart of Section 433 Survey B 1856 Memorial 250/101

Gentleman The Reedbeds 1856 Memorial 251/101

DUNCAN, John Stewart farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 308/48

DUNCAN, John Stuart yeoman Section 424 Survey B 1856 Memorial 313/100

DUNCAN, John Stuart farmer Section 424 Survey B formerly of the Reedbeds 1858 Application 106

DUNCAN, John Stuart farmer Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 179/175

Farmer Reedbeds 1861 Memorial 180/175

DUNCAN, John Stuart farmer near Findon 1862 Application 3261

DUNCAN, John Stuart farmer Woodville 1864[-1867] Memorial 210/198

DUNCAN, John Stuart farmer Section 424 Survey B near the Port Road 1864 Memorial 64/199

DUNCAN, John Stuart farmer formerly of Section 424 Survey B near the Port Road 1864 but now of near Woodville 1866 [Could be the same address??] Application 7424

DUNCAN, John Stuart farmer Woodville and Mary Ann Duncan his wife formerly Mary Ann FERGUSON 1873 Memorial 69/269

DUNCAN, John Stuart farmer formerly of near Adelaide 1845 but now of the Reedbeds 1873 Application 13106

DUNCAN, John Stuart gentleman Almond Grove Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 134 County Fergusson

DUNCAN, John Stuart landowner Almond Grove Woodville Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 661 County Frome

DUNCAN, John Stuart farmer Woodville 1882 Application 19130

DUNCAN, John Stuart of Almond Grove, Woodville 1896 Application 23261

DUNCAN, Keith Anstruther sheepfarmer Gum Creek near Farrell Flat linked with Walter Gordon Duncan sheepfarmer Adelaide 1915 Memorial 45/473

No 1

DUNCAN, Kossuth William clerk Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 60 Page 295 County Victoria

DUNCAN, Kossuth William clerk Pt Pirie 1881 Book 13 Page 289 County Dalhousie

DUNCAN, Leslie Samuel printer Bordertown. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 7 Page 148 County Buckingham

DUNCAN, Mary spinster Orange Grove, The Sturt, died c1924. Sister to Isabella Duncan spinster The Sturt and Thelma Maud Duncan spinster The Sturt. Aunt to John Raymond Duncan fruitgrower The Sturt (By 1930, he was a clerk). Mary and Isabella Duncan probably daughters of the late James Duncan formerly of The Sturt now deceased and his wife, Isabella Duncan. Margaret DENNANT nee Duncan widow Camberwell Vic, Constance Mary WAITE married woman Camberwell Vic and the late Harriet Campbell Duncan no description likely to be other daughters. Robert Smith Duncan likely to be a son. James Cuthbert Duncan clerk The Sturt and James Colin Duncan fruit gardener The Sturt also members of this family Memorials 84-88/503

No 1

DUNCAN, Robert carpenter Kooringa 1873 Memorial 168/270

DUNCAN, Robert carpenter Aberdeen 1875 Memorial 160/282

DUNCAN, Robert carpenter Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 96 County Burra

DUNCAN, Robert carpenter Hallett, died 31/7/1883 Kooringa. His executor William PEARCE the Younger merchant Kooringa to sell the estate, profits to his siter Margaret PATTERSON nee Duncan wife of James Patterson of Stirling, Scotland. If she was dead, the estate to go equally to her children after they had all turned 21. The executor entitled to a commission of 5% on all money dealt with Deposit 235/1883

No 2

DUNCAN, Robert company director Adelaide (Franklin St) 1923 Memorial 25/487

DUNCAN, Robert of Adelaide managing director of Duncan & Fraser Ltd 1923 Memorial 52/488

DUNCAN, Robert company director Franklin St, Adelaide 1925 Application 27432

No 1

DUNCAN, Robert Burns of Bowden 1856 Memorial 130/108

DUNCAN, Robert Burns carpenter Bowden 1863[-1871] Memorial 273/191

DUNCAN, Robert Burns gentleman Bowden 1876 Application 15379

DUNCAN, Robert Burns agent Bowden Co Adelaide 1879 Book 13 Page 288 County Dalhousie

DUNCAN, Robert Burns agent Bowden Co Adelaide. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1881 Grant Book 50 Page 115 County Robe

DUNCAN, Robert Burns general agent Hindmarsh Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 295 County Victoria

DUNCAN, Robert Burns yeoman formerly of Adelaide but now of Bowden 1885 Memorial 205/369

DUNCAN, Robert Burns agent Gibson St, Bowden and Mary Ann Duncan of Sandwell Largs Bay his wife. Kossuth William Duncan agent Pt Pirie also part of this family 1887 Memorial 249/387

DUNCAN, Robert Burns carpenter Bowden 1890 Memorial 205/402

DUNCAN, Robert Smith farmer The Sturt, died 1/10/1922. His widow called Ivy Catherine Janet Duncan. Their only child was James Cuthbert Duncan clerk The Sturt 1954 Application 29086

No 1

DUNCAN, Walter Hughes stock owner Mernowie 1884 Application 20068

DUNCAN, Walter Hughes stockholder Mernowie Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1889 Memorial 67/396

DUNCAN, Walter Hughes stockholder Adelaide, died 12/5/1906. By 1912, his widow, Alice Rebecca Duncan, was living in parts beyond the seas. WH Duncan willed his Mernowie Estate in the Hundred of Waterloo to his half-brother, William Andrew Duncan Esquire Adelaide Memorial 4/467

No 1

DUNCAN, William mariner Alberton 1849[-1852] Memorial 432/13

No 2

DUNCAN, William gentleman Norwood 1850[-1861] Memorial 321/26

No 3

DUNCAN, William farmer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 432/13

DUNCAN, William of the New Tiers 1860 Memorial 99/165

DUNCAN, William gardener New Tiers 1860 Application 1444

DUNCAN, William farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Constantia 1863 Memorial 193/190

DUNCAN, William farmer Constantia 1865 Memorial 36/204

No 4

DUNCAN, William gentleman Walkerville 1871[-1873] Memorial 62/256

DUNCAN, William Andrew grazier Glenelg, died 9/4/1933. Estate worth £22,416. Brother of Helen Chalmers Duncan. Bequests to Claude Cyril John MCCANN farmer Moojerup WA; Pamela Fay McCann daughter of CCJ McCann; Kenneth Gordon SCRYMGOUR of Burnbrae Mt Barker; Alfred Vernon STEPHEN farmer Princess Royal Station near Burra; Harold Donithorne RALPH of the Tobacco Company of SA; Miriam Ralph spinster 10 Rose St, Prospect; Duncan Randell Ralph son of HD Ralph, Ronald STAFFORD pianist 20 Warwick Chambers, Pater St, Earls Court Road, London, Middlesex, England Memorial 136/510

No 1

DUNCAN-HUGHES, JG solicitor Adelaide 1913 Memorial 155/469

DUNCAN-HUGHES, John Grant barrister at law Adelaide and Gertrude Rosalie Duncan-Hughes 1922 Memorial 27/485

No 1

DUNCANSON, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1858[-1864] Memorial 239/312

DUNCANSON, George 28 seaman married Eliza LIVINGSTONE 27 on

28/5/1856 Holy Trinity Adelaide Witnesses: James TAYLOR and Margaret MAIN. Geoorge Duncanson mariner Pt Adelaide, died intestate 29/9/1859 bronchitis, aged 32. His eldest son, Peter Duncanson, born 6/6/1857 Pt Adelaide, inherited the estate as heir at law. The only other child of the marriage - George Duncanson - was born 12/5/1859 and died 19/5/1859. Eliza DUNCANSON remarried to John Green labourer Adelaide. In 1879, Peter Duncanson was a clerk living on the Portland Estate Application 17244

DUNCHUE, Bernard Benjamin engine fitter Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1913 Grant Book 13 Page 213 County Dalhousie

DUNDAS, William boarding house keeper Penola 1878 Application 16926

DUNDEE, John carpenter Kensington 1857[-1858] Memorial 188/115

No 1

DUNDON, John farmer Nangya Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 744 County Frome

DUNDON, John farmer White Cliffs Hundred of Booleroo 1889 Memorial 177/397

No 1

DUNDON, Michael farmer Kapunda 1857[-1861] Memorial 209/124

DUNDON, Michael farmer Kapunda, died 23/11/1867 intestate. His eldest son, Patrick Dundon farmer Kapunda inherited his estate as heir at law. Michael Dundon’s widow called Bridget Dundon, who had numbers of small children to rear. By 1890, the Dundon children had reached adulthood - Patrick Dundon farmer Caltowie, [Margaret Canny nee Dundon wife of Edward Canny farmer Wirreanda had died 16/2/1883. She had married him in St Rose’s Presbytery, Kapunda, on 23/7/1873. He was 32 a Kapunda farmer and son of William Canny. Mary Canny lady Kapunda witnessed the ceremony. Edward Canny lived at Cradock in 1890s], John Dundon farmer Whitecliff, Bridget RYAN wife of Michael Bernard Ryan farmer Hammond, Ellen Dundon spinster Kapunda, Anne ROBINSON wife of Matthew Laurence Robinson labourer Broken Hill NSW, Susan MCHERNEY wife of Patrick McHerney labourer Morgan and Michael Dundon labourer Petersburg Application 21854

No 1

DUNDON, Patrick farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

DUNDON, Patrick farmer Caltowie linked with Bridget Dundon widow Kapunda. Ellen Dundon mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 175/389

No 1

DUNEMANN, Wilhelm in SA by 1857 Memorial 105/166

DUNEMANN, Wilhelm of Kooringa 1866 Memorial 192/216

DUNEMANN, Wilhelm innkeeper Lostwithiel 1873 Application 12590

DUNEMANN, Wilhelm Carl August formerly licensed victualler Race Course Hotel, Copperhouse near Kooring 1890 but then out of business Copperhouse, died 17/5/1899. Husband of Johanne Ernestine Dunemann, who died 11/7/1907. Parents of Marie Louise Sophia WOODGATE wife of Herbert Woodgate gentleman Terowie 1908 Memorials 50 & 51/460 & RPA Search 712

DUNFORD, Robert Dustin gentleman Wellington on the Murray 1864 Memorial 122/198

DUNGEY, A storekeeper Pt Pirie 1877 Memorial 142/298

No 1

DUNGEY, Arthur J farmer Noarlunga, aged 59 in 1927, declared that he had lived in the area for 59 years Application 27633

DUNGEY, Arthur James farmer Noarlunga 1947, declared that he was born on 4/8/1868 and had lived in the Noarlunga region for all of his life Application 28555

DUNGEY, Arthur James farmer Noarlunga, aged 80 years in 1948. Husband of Effie Sarah May Dungey, aged 73 in 1948. They had both lived at the same address since 1909 Application 28601

DUNGEY, Clarence dairy farmer Noarlunga, aged 69 in 1958, declared that he had lived in the district all his life Application 29297

DUNGEY, Eliza Victoria widow Brighton 1852 Memorial 48/43.

DUNGEY, George clerk to George BEAN of King William St, Adelaide 1847 Memorial 441/7

No 1

DUNGEY, John clerk to HC EMMETT auctioneeer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 68/20

No 2

DUNGEY, John butcher Morphett Vale 1853[-1861] Memorial 123/55

Linked with Thomas Dungey licensed victualler Noarlunga 1859 Memorial 244/151

DUNGEY, John butcher Noarlunga 1867 Application 8330

DUNGEY, John farmer Kingston S-E Hundred of Joyce land grant 1883 Grant Book 51 Page 10 County Robe

No 3

DUNGEY, John tobacco manufacturer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1878[-1884] Memorial 156/306

No 1

DUNGEY, John Charles storekeeper Knightsbridge 1891 Memorial 132/410

DUNGEY, John Charles licensed victualler Noarlunga 1896 Memorial 65/429

DUNGEY, John Charles licensed victualler Horseshoe Inn, Noarlunga 1904 Memorial 27/452

DUNGEY, John Charles licensed victualler Noarlunga, died 18/5/ 1914. Father of Clarence Bertram Dungey formerly baker's assistant but now licensed victualler's assistant Noarlunga. Estate worth £1,350 Memorial 176/471

DUNGEY, John Charles licensed victualler Noarlunga, died 18/5/1914. His estate worth £1,350. Leasehold business the Horseshoe Hotel to his wife, Jessie Dungey, in trust for life or during her widowhood, then in remainder expectant to his trustees to sell and invest the money to maintain the children of his family until they reached 21 years or the girls married. All the children to share equally absolutely in remainder expectant in the money in the estate when it was distributed. JC Dungey was a friend to Arthur Wellington WARE licensed victualler King William St, Adelaide. Jessie Dungey widow Beach House, Pt Noarlunga, died 28/4/1945 272 Angas St, Adelaide, of a fortnight's cerebral thrombosis, aged 79. Born Kadina. Married aged 18 years. 3 sons and 4 daughters living. Clarence Bertram Dungey formerly baker's assistant now licensed victualler Noarlunga 1914 was a son of JC Dungey. By 1946, CB Dungey was a farmer. Other JC Dungey children in 1946 included: Stella Gertrude Dungey spinster Noarlunga; Ruby Margaret Dungey spinster Noarlunga; Leonard Charles Dungey chainman Karoonda; Isabel Jessie Dungey spinster Noarlunga; Winifred Lucina Dungey spinster Noarlunga; Ronald David Dungey of Noarlunga; Nita Blanche Dungey spinster Noarlunga. Isobel Jessie Dungey spinster Noarlunga died 27/5/1916 intestate before she was 21 years old. Ruby Margaret Dungey became Mrs BENNETT. and Winifred Licina Dungey became Mrs LIMB Application 28086

DUNGEY, Jessie widow of John Charles Dungey hotelkeeper Noarlunga 1931 Application 27843

No 1

DUNGEY, Peter Pomery brickmaker Bowden 1846[-1881] Memorial 43/6

Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1854 Memorial 468/70

DUNGEY, Peter Pomeroy brickmaker Brompton 1885 Memorial 247/363

DUNGEY, Peter Pomery brickmaker Bowden 1880 Application 18025

DUNGEY, Peter Pomery brickmaker Brompton 1881 Application 18448

DUNGEY, Peter Pomery brickmaker Brompton, had lived in the village from at least March 1851 Application 21718

DUNGEY, Peter Pomery brickmaker Hindmarsh, died 9/11/1890, of chronic Brights diesase, aged 66 Application 22588

DUNGEY, Christina widow Bowden, widow of the late Peter Pomery Dungey brickmaker Bowden 1891 Application 22048

No 1

DUNGEY, Thomas accountant Adelaide 1848 prominent Wesleyan Methodist. Enrolment 19/4

No 2

DUNGEY, Thomas tobacco manufacturer Waymouth St, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 249/31

DUNGEY, Thomas formerly tobacco manufacturer 1851 but then clerk Waymouth St, Adelaide 1853, died c1853. He left his entire £200 estate to his wife, Eliza Dungey, in trust for life. After her death, the estate to be sold and the proceeds shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children James Beeching Dungey was the eldest son Application 27189

DUNGEY, Eliza widow and James Beeching Dungey famer Angaston??, executors of the will of the late Thomas Dungey formerly tobacco manufacturer Adelaide (Waymouth St) now deceased, who died c1855 Memorial 92/90

DUNGEY, Eliza widow Noarlunga relict of the late Thomas Dungey tobacco formerly merchant Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1855 but now deceased. James Beeching Dungey of Noarlunga was his eldest son and heir at law Memorial 415/92

No 3

DUNGEY, Thomas innkeeper Noarlunga 1864[-1874] Memorial 278/198

DUNGEY, Thomas licensed victualler Noarlunga, died 19/4/1879. He left a widow, Mary Ann Dungey, and young children under 21 years old. Estate in trust with William CRAWFORD hotel manager Adelaide and Edmund King MILLER Clerk in Holy Orders Willunga Application 24167

DUNGEY, Thomas of Noarlunga, died 19/4/1879. His wife, Lucina Mary Ann Dungey, died 2/6/1905. Their son, William Dungey labourer Water St, Noarlunga , aged 62 in 1935, declared that he had lived in the area all his life Application 27843

DUNGEY, Thomas licensed victualler Horse Shoe Inn Noarlunga, died c1879. Husband of Lucina Mary Ann Dungey. Father of - John Charles Dungey (licensed victualler Noarlunga), Arthur James Dungey, William Dungey, Fanny Emma Crawford Dungey, and Thomas William Dungey (he died 13/12/1889 leaving a widow and three children - Arthur Theophilus Dungey, Ethel Lucina Dungey and Olive Blanche Dungey all infants under the age of 21) 1897 Memorial 102/433

DUNGEY, Lucina Mary Ann widow Noarlunga 1885[-1891] Application 20745

DUNGEY, Thomas William clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 217 County Sturt

DUNHILL, Avelyn Clarence wholesale confectioner Adelaide 1924 Memorial 152/491

DUNHILL, Ernest William caretaker Burra North 1957 Memorial 193/531

DUNHILL, Francis farmer Kersbrook 1891 Application 22105

No 1

DUNK, AL clerk Morgan 1886 Memorial 215/376

DUNK, Albert Landseer agent Morgan trustee Morgan Institute 1909 Grant Book 18 Page 11 County Eyre

DUNK, Albert Landseer shipping agent Morgan linked with Ernest Arthur Dunk engineer Milang 1927 Memorial 81/497

DUNK, Charles merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 420/53

No 1

DUNK, EA of Milang 1891 Memorial 170/407

DUNK, EA engineer Milang 1906 Memorial 228/454

DUNK, Ernest Arthur retired engineer Milang, died 1/9/1938 Memorial 165/512

DUNK, Elise Mathilde widow Milang, died 5/6/1938. Sister of Julia Rudall, Samuel Bruce Rudall, William Rudall and Harold Rudall and the late Fanny MCINTYRE and Robert Rudall. Sister in law of Guy Hodges Albert Dunk (Winnie Dunk his wife), Ernest Dunk Memorial 95/512

DUNK, Frank Walter formerly bank manager Geralton WA 1906 but then out of business Milang, died 29/10/1934. Husband of Elise Mathilde Dunk Memorial 163/508

DUNK, William formerly carpenter but now merchant Milang 1890 Memorial 169/407

No 1

DUNK, William Henry gentleman Milang 1884 Memorial 129/355

DUNK, William Henry and William Peter agents Milang 1895 Memorial 183/423

DUNK, William Henry merchant Milang, died 15/12/1908. Son of William Peter Dunk and brother of Ernest Dunk engineer Milang. Emma Dunk mentioned but not described Memorial 16/464

DUNK, William Henry died 15/12/1908. Linked with Ernest Arthur Dunk engineer Milang, Albert Landseer Dunk shipping agent Morgan and Frank Walter Dunk bank manager Maitland Yorke Peninsula 1913 Memorial 175/468

DUNK, William Henry gentleman Milang, died 15/12/1908. His brother, Ernest Arthur Dunk engineer Milang, was the executor. All his estate to his two daughters in equal shares - Jessie Rankine Dunk spinster formerly of Milang now of Strathalbyn and Gulielma Ethel FREESTUN nee Dunk married woman Cambridge Tce, Kingswood 1930 Application 27783

No 1

DUNK, William Peter builder Milang 1861 Memorial 38/177

DUNK, William Peter storekeeper Milang 1870[-1881] Memorial 188/247

DUNK, William Peter gentleman Milang 1881 Memorial 41/336

DUNK, William Peter shipping agent Milang 1881 Application 18628

DUNK, William Peter merchant Milang 1882[-1891] Memorial 164/341

DUNK, William Peter merchant Milang 1884[-1909] husband of Emma Dunk and probably father to William Henry Dunk merchant's clerk Milang Memorial 12/361

DUNK, William Peter agent Milang 1906 Memorial 181/454

DUNK, William Peter merchant Milang, died 19/8/1924. Father of Albert Landseer Dunk shipping agent Morgan and Ernest Arthur Dunk engineer Milang Memorial 197/491

DUNK, William Peter died not stated. His widow, Emma Dunk, died 9/11/1917. Their family by 1930 included - Ernest Arthur Dunk engineer Milang; Albert Landseer Dunk shipping agent Morgan; Frank Walter Dunk formerly bank manager Maitland but now gentleman Milang; Jessie Rankine Dunk spinster Strathalbyn; Guliemlma Ethel FREESTUN married woman Kingswood; also the following children of a deceased daughter Julia Elizabeth ROGERS - Sydney William Rogers auctioneer Adelaide, Edwin Wright Rogers farmer Swan Reach, Leslie Sanders Rogers dentist Adelaide, Harold Freeland Rogers motor agent Oaklands, San Francisco USA Memorial 168/503

DUNKIN, William Esquire St Mary’s Road near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 361/7

DUNKIN, William formerly of St Mary's Road near Adelaide but now of Pt Lincoln 1848 Memorial 95/12

DINKIN, William sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1848 Memorial 449/11

DUNKLEY, Albert farmer St Johns near Kapunda linked with Robert Dunkley labourer Gawler 1895 Memorial 234/428

DUNKLEY, George farmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

No 1

DUNKLEY, John farmer Kensington 1853[-1862] Memorial 292/47

DUNKLEY, John farmer Little Para 1869[-1884] Memorial 101/239

DUNKLEY, John farmer Salisbury 1882 Memorial 134/337

DUNKLEY, John farmer [formerly of Salisbury but then of] St Johns near Kapunda, died 9/3/1895. Albert Dunkley farmer St Johns and Robert Dunkley labourer Gawler mentioned. Executors; Robert Dunkley and Thomas SISSMAN farmer near Gawler Memorial 209/461

DUNKLEY, John farmer formerly of Little Para near Salisbury late of Kapunda, died c1895. His personal household estate to his wife, Sarah Dunkley, absolutely [she must have been his 2nd wife]. The rest of the estate in trust with his wife, her brother, David JOHNSON farmer near Greenock and the testator's son, Robert Dunkley of Gawler. The widow to get an annuity of £100 for life. After her death, the real estate to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his four sons, Robert, George, Albert and Charles Dunkley, and his daughter, Mary Ann SISSMANN wife of Thomas Sissman farmer near Gawler. The executors to spend £25 on erecting a tombstone over the grave of his first wife in the Clare Road Cemetery, Kapunda. He wanted to be buried in the Salisbury Anglican Cemetery, with a gravestone costing £15 to mark the spot Application 23007.

DUNKLEY, John farmer formerly of the Little Para late of near Kapunda, died 29/3/1895. Trustees, his wife, Sarah Dunkley, her brother David JOHNSON and the testator's son, Robert Dunkley labourer Gawler. Sarah Dunkley to have an annuity of £100 a year for life. The surplus income to be invested, and the children of John Dunkley to get an equal share of the fund absolutely in remainder expectant after their mother died. Other children besides Robert Dunkley included Mary Ann SISSMAN wife of Thomas Sissman farmer Gawler Hills near Gawler and Albert Dunkley farmer St John's near Kapunda. George and Charles Dunkley also mentioned. John Dunkley died at Gawler Hills after his wife and brother-in-law, therefore the estate did not go into trust. The sons had to include any loans from their father as part of their final portion. Estate worth £3,400. Application 23191

No 2

DUNKLEY, John drayman Kapunda 1860 Memorial 127/170

DUNKLEY, John farmer Kapunda 1871 Application 11537

DUNKLEY, John gardener Kapunda 1882 Application 19374

DUNKLEY, John gardener Kapunda 1881 Memorial 185/335

DUNKLEY, John gardener Kapunda, died 17/8/1908. Husband of Mary Ann Dunkley. Father of Mary Ann WILLIAMS widow Kapunda. Other children mentioned but not named Memorial 209/461

No 1

DUNLOP, Alexander Cunningham Fairlie Esquire grazier Hexham Park Vic, died c1852. Bequests of money to his mother and sisters should they survive him. The rest of the property to his widow, Flora Rachel Dunlop, for life, then the estate to his children equally. Estate worth £5,000 Deposit 391/1859

DUNLOP, Alexander Cunningham Fairlie stockkeeper Hepham Park in Vic, died c1852. He left estate to his wife, Flora Rachel Wallace Dunlop, in a complicated arrangement to benefit her and their children. Other bequests to his unnamed mother and sisters Mary Frances Dunlop and Anne Dunlop Memorial 282/160

Flora Dunlop lived in Brighton Vic by November 1859 Memorial 312/160

DUNLOP, Flora Rachel commonly known as Flora Rachel Wallace Dunlop widow Glen Wallace Poowong Vic 1884 Memorial 164/359

DUNLOP, David manufacturer and vendor of tobacco Petersburg, Virginia USA, power of attorney to J Kronheimer & Co wholesale tobacco merchants late of Queen St, now of Flinders Lane, Melbourne, to attend to his business affairs throughout Australia 17/9/1892 Deposit 13/1893

DUNLOP, Hugh farmer Hundred of Uroonda 1886 Memorial 179/379

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DUNLOP, James plasterer East Leasingham 1860 Memorial 159/165

DUNLOP, James of Marocara near Navan 1873 Memorial 186/266

DUNLOP, James farmer near Auburn 1875 Memorial 30/284

DUNLOP, John (Sir) buried 9/4/1839 in the parish of St Mary in the Castle, Hastings, Sussex, England, aged 34 Deposit 573/1856.

No 1

DUNMILL, Elijah farmer Baker Gully near Kangarilla 1901 Memorial 73/443

DUNMILL, E labourer Clarendon 1914 Application 26365.

DUNMILL, Elijah labourer Baker Gully 1915, eldest surviving child of James Paddick Dunmill gardener Baker Gully, who died 17/10/1877, and his wife, Sarah Dunmill, who died 31/12/1895. A fire destroyed many of Elijah Dunmill's possessions on 28/3/1900 Application 26464

DUNMILL, Elijah farmer Baker Gully. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1929 Grant Book 2 Page 107 County Adelaide

No 1

DUNMILL, James Paddick farmer Pt Section 813 Hundred of Kuitpo Co Adelaide 1855 Memorial 57/84

DUNMILL, James Paddick farmer Clarendon 1862 Memorial 280/183

DUNN, Albert Edward dairyman Mitcham 1928 Memorial 25/499

DUNN, Albert Leslie, George Dunn and Lloyd Ernest Lavington Dunn farmers McHarg Creek 1901 Memorial 148/443

DUNN, Alexander stockholder near Guichen Bay Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 229 County MacDonnell

No 1

DUNN, Alfred accountant Nairne Co Sturt. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 437 County Victoria

DUNN, AH of Nairne 1880 Memorial 206/326

DUNN, Alfred Henry Clerk Nairne Trustee of the Loyal Flinders Lodge Nairne 1874 Application 16885

DUNN, Alfred Henry agent Nairne 1882[-1890] Memorial 24/345

No 1

DUNN, Andrew stockholder Biscuit Flat near Guichen Bay Co Robe 1856[-1876] Memorial 284/95

DUNN, Andrew stockholder Robe 1870 Memorial 228/248

DUNN, Andrew stockholder Murrabinna Hundred of Penola land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 101 County Grey

DUNN, Andrew stockholder Murrabinna Station near Kingston S-E 1874 Memorial 54/287

DUNN, Andrew sheep farmer Woolmit near Robe 1876 Memorial 66/289

DUNN, Andrew farmer Woolmit Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1888 Grant Book 50 Page 27 County Robe

DUNN, Margaret wife of Andrew Dunn stockholder Woolmit (is this Mt Benson?) near Robe, died 12/11/1878 intestate. Letters of administration to her husband. Estate worth £3,000 1879 Application 21367

DUNN, Andrew merchant Kingston & Robe 1883 Memorial 201/354

DUNN, Andrew and Charles GELL merchants Kingston trading under the style or firm of J GRICE & Co 1888 Memorial 114/389

DUNN, Andrew and Charles GELL merchants Mt Benson and Kingston S-E trading under the style or firm of John GRICE & Co 1893 Memorial 29/419

DUNN, Andrew sheepfarmer Mt Benson 1893 Memorial 30/419

DUNN, Andrew of Robe had 3 step-daughters - Elizabeth HUTCHISON, Jane McKenzie Hutchison and Alexandrina Hutchison. Elizabeth Hutchison married a Mr BARROWMAN. Elizabeth Barrowman died 4/9/1917. Their daughter, Edith Ethel Mabel May Barrowman married a Mr LING. There must have also been a son, the father of Alexander Hutchison Barrowman journalist Robe, aged 61 in 1967. AH Barrowman's mother died when he was very young and his aunt, Edith Ling, brought him up. Edith Ling died 30/6/1941 and left her whole estate to her nephew, AH Barrowman. 1966 Application 29649

DUNN, Andrew stockholder Biscuit Flat near Robe 1891, living in the district since at least 1870. He gave property to Alexandrina HUTCHISON spinster Mt Benson, ‘out of natural love and affection’ Application 22034

DUNN, Berkley William Rowe land and estate agent Adelaide, trustee Wynflete School 1910 Grant Book 13 Page 116 County Dalhousie

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DUNN, Charles farmer Nairne 1845 Memorial 341/10

DUNN, Charles farmer Mt Charles 1855 Memorial 6/91

DUNN, Charles the Younger farmer Woodside 1880 Memorial 174/326

No 2

DUNN, Charles farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 287 County Sturt

No 3

DUNN, Charles labourer Kingston S-E and Ann Dunn his wife 1900[-1909] Memorial 243/441

No 1

DUNN, Charles Alfred Esau farmer Riverton 1908 Memorial 196/458

DUNN, Charles Alfred Esau farmer East Adelaide 1911 Memorial 141/464

No 1

DUNN, Charles Henry farmer Hundred of Tomkinson 1885 Memorial 23/377

No 1

DUNN, CH farmer Woodchester 1902 Memorial 114/446

DUNN, Charles Henry farmer Woodchester on the Bremer 1906 Memorial 16/455

DUNN, Charles Henry out of business Strathalbyn, aged 69 in 1928, declared that he had lived his whole life in the district of Kondoparinga Application 27508

DUNN, Daniel licensed victualler Kadina 1887 Memorial 6/386

DUNN, David farmer Hurtle Vale 1857 Memorial 22/131

No 1

DUNN, Edward mason Adelaide 1838 Mason North Adelaide 1839 Application 19802

DUNN, Edward plaisterer North Adelaide, died c1841. Personal estate to his wife, Margaret Dunn, absolutely. Real estate in North Adelaide and Hindmarsh in trust, for his widow to get the income for life, or until her remarriage, then to the children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant, after they reach 21 or the girls marry Enrolment 86/10

No 2

DUNSTAN, Edward farmer Belalie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

DUNSTAN, Edward miner Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 121 County Victoria

No 1

DUNN, Frederick William, Alfred Calvert Dunn and Eustace Alexandria Dunn millers and grain merchants Adelaide trading in co-partnership as J Dunn & Co linked with Elizabeth Dunn widow Parkview House Hackney 1900 Memorial 84/441

DUNN, Frederick William and Eustace Alexandrina Andrew Dunn millers Hackney linked with Elizabeth Dunn widow Hackney 1902 Memorial 3/445

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DUNN, George farmer Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 264/59

DUNN, George stockholder Mt Torrens and Mary Dunn his wife of the same place but now judicially separated from him by virtue of a decree of he Supreme Court 1861 Memorial 4/173

DUNN, George stockholder Mt Torrens, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Joseph DARWENT merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/4/1863 Deposit 47/1863.

DUNN, George farmer Mt Torrens father of an illegitimate son, Sydney Herbert Dunn GIBBETT, by Clara Gibbett single woman Mt Torrens 1871 Memorial 34/256

DUNN, George farmer Onkaparinga District 1855 Charleston public school trustee Memorial 6/91

DUNN, George the Younger farmer Charleston 1857 Memorial 44/129

DUNN, George the Younger farmer formerly of Mt Charles but now of Norwood 1862 Memorial 121/183

DUNN, George the Younger farmer formerly of Mt Charles but now of Stanley House, Ashbourne 1904 Memorial 127/452

DUNN, George farmer formerly of Mt Charles but now of McHarg Creek father of Jane and Alice Dunn spinsters McHarg Creek 1905 Memorial 62/454

DUNN, George formerly farmer Mt Charles but now out of business McHarg Creek near Ashbourne father of Albert Leslie Dunn and Lloyd Ernest Lavington Dunn both farmers McHarg Creek 1917 Memorial 29 & 30/475

DUNN, George farmer Underwood near Strathalbyn 1863[-1887] Memorial 70/192

DUNN, George gentleman Underwood Bull Creek 1865[-1870] Memorial 38/207

DUNN, George gentleman Ashbourne 1879 Memorial 94/320

DUNN, George gentleman Ashbourne 1881 Application 18656

DUNN, George farmer Ashbourne 1883 Memorial 165/350

DUNN, George farmer Ashbourne and Thomsin Dunn his wife. Parents of Edith Adelaide Dunn spinster Ashbourne 1896 Memorial 92/428

No 2

DUNN, George farmer Charleston and Eliza Jane Dunn his wife 1895 Application 22996

DUNN, George Henry farmer Johnburg trustee a Chapel [perhaps at Johnburg?] 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

No 1

DUNN, Henry farmer Black Springs Hundred of Stanley Co Stanley 1861 Application 2428

DUNN, Henry sheep farmer Apoinga Co Burra Hundred of Stanley land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 175 County Stanley

DUNN, Henry farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 60 Page 54 County Victoria

DUNN, Henry farmer Franklin Harbour 1886 Memorial 193/374

DUNN, Henry James bootmaker Woodville 1870[-1880] Memorial 65/249, Application 18063

DUNN, Herbert Samuel farmer Kanmantoo Hundred of Monarto land grant 1894 Grant Book 58 Page 131 County Sturt

DUNN, Herbert Samuel gentleman Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

No 1

DUNN, Horace Joseph farmer Black Springs 1912[-1938] Memorial 34/467, Application 28122

DUNN, Horace Joseph formerly farmer Black Springs but now out of business 26 Brighton Road, Glenelg 1949 Memorial 106/523

No 1

DUNN, James formerly Esquire Mt Barker 1842 then farmer Mt Torrens 1846 now shoemaker Mt Charles 1848. His death recorded at Memorial 338/181 Application 16872

DUNN, James shoemaker Mt Charles 1848 Memorial 484/19

DUNN, James stockholder Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 277/84

No 2

DUNN, James labourer Thebarton 1847 Memorial 108/9

DUNN, James labourer Smith’s Creek Gawler Plains 1850 Memorial 80/27

DUNN, James labourer Para Plains 1850 Memorial 313/27

DUNN, James and John farmers Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 131/105

No 3 - perhaps the same person

DUNN, James yeoman Kooringa 1849 Application 18071

DUNN, James farmer Gilbertview near Riverton 1865 Application 6235

No 4 - perhaps the same person

DUNN, James labourer Susan St, Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 27/36.

DUNN, James labourer Thebarton 1851 Application 22770

No 5 - the Elder and the Younger

DUNN, James miner Section 2093 Wakefield River 1851 Memorial 254/31

DUNN, James publican Section 2093 Wakefield River 1851 Memorial 489/36

DUNN, James formerly miner but now sheep farmer Wakefield River 1860 Application 1497

DUNN, James now or formerly sheep farmer Wakefield Bridge Inn 1860 Memorial 268/165

DUNN, James sheep farmer Pt Wakefield 1863 Memorial 288/188

DUNN, James stockholder Lower Wakefield Hundred of Hall land grant 1864[-1865] Grant Book 56 Page 232 County Stanley

DUNN, James sheepfarmer Lower Wakefield 1865[-1867] Memorial 287/207

DUNN, James sheepfarmer Upper Wakefield Hundred of Hall land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 210 County Stanley

DUNN, James sheep farmer Wakefield Bridge 1866 Memorial 230/210

DUNN, James gentleman Wakefield Hotel, Hundred of Dalkey, died c1867. Executrix; his wife Mary Dunn Memorial 168/328

DUNN, James no description, died 28/9/1867. His widow, Mary Dunn, lived at Balaklava in 1881 Memorial 178/330

DUNN, James the Elder died unstated. By 1880, his widow Mary Dunn lived in Balaklava. Family - James Dunn the younger farmer Balaklava, Mary MUNYARD wife of John Munyard baker Stirling North, Robert Payne Dunn farmer Barunga, Annie ALDERMAN wife of Samuel Alderman farmer near Balaklava, John MacLanghlan Dunn farmer near Balaklava, and Elsie Jane BRUCE wife of Arthur Davies Bruce shopman Balaklava Memorial 114/328

DUNN, James farmer Wakefield Bridge 1881 Memorial 152/331

DUNN, James farmer Dunns Bridge Co Gawler. Hundred of Stow land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 446 County Stanley

No 6

DUNN, James formerly police constable Pt Adelaide 1855 but now of Fitzroy Vic 1874 Application 13821

No 7

DUNN, James quarryman Gordon Park 1875 Memorial 2/282

No 8

DUNN, James farmer Hundred of Hindmarsh Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1894 Grant Book 30 Page 205 County Grey

DUNN, James Albert farmer Boolcunda East trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Boolcunda Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 45 County Newcastle

No 1

DUNN, John brickmaker Brompton 1855 Memorial 7/93

DUNN, John yeoman Brompton 1856[-1862] Memorial 269/100

DUNN, John carter Bowden 1856 Memorial 80/114

DUNN, John formerly carter Bowden 1856 but now carrier Wallaroo early 1866. By September 1866, he had moved to Franklin Harbour Applications 7669 & 7843

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DUNN, John the Younger flour miller Mt Barker 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

DUNN, John the Younger miller Hackney 1891 Memorial 68/411

DUNN, John the Younger miller Hackney, died 6/2/1892. Husband of Elizabeth Dunn. Father of Frederick Williams Dunn and Eustace Alexandria Andrew Dunn millers Hackney Memorial 131/412

DUNN, John the Elder gentleman Mt Barker and DUNN, John the Younger miller Adelaide … with full and free liberty … for ever hereafter to use, stop and divert the water now or hereafter running in the creek called Cox’s Creek flowing through [pt Section 1141 Hundred of Noarlunga], by the erection of a dam or dams or such other building or buildings … to carry or direct the course of the water … to such place or places as to us shall seem fit for the purpose of forming a millhead for working a watermill or for any other purpose whatsoever for the sole use and benefit of both of us … our heirs and assigns forever’ 1889 Application 21712

DUNN, John miller Hackney Road, Hackney, died 6/2/1892 Pt Augusta, of febrile enteric and catarrh, aged 62 Application 24373

DUNN, John miller Hackney Rd, Hackney, died 6/2/1892, of 6 days' febrile enteric catarrh, aged 62 Application 24538

No 3

DUNN, John farmer Gilbertview Section 225 Hundred of Gilbert 1864 Application 5858

No 4

DUNN, John stockholder Lower Light linked with Joseph Dunn stockholder Darling River NSW 1871 Memorial 188/253

No 5

DUNN, John licensed victualler Yankalilla Co Hindmarsh Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

No 6

DUNN, John labourer Gulnare Plains. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 89 County Victoria

No 7 – probably son of James Dunn of Wakefield Bridge

DUNN, John farmer Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Hall land grant 1885 Grant Book 56 Page 220 County Stanley

No 8

DUNN, John and William Henry stockholders Adelaide 1890 Memorial 215/402

No 9

DUNN, John farmer formerly of Charleston but now of Mt Gambier, refused to act as executor for the will of the late Richard PERKINS formerly farmer Woodford Farm near Woodside, who died 28/4/1886 Memorial 12/403

DUNN, John farmer formerly of Charleston but now of Mt Gambier 1886 Application 21850

No 10

DUNN, John retired farmer Sturt St Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bews land grant 1921 Grant Book 12 Page 11 County Chandos

DUNN, John Charles gentleman Adelaide and Lydia Dunn his wife 1856 Memorials 233 & 234/99

DUNN, John Stevens labourer Unley 1903 Memorial 245/448

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

DUNN, Joseph cordwainer Little Para 1850 Memorial 338/19

DUNN, Joseph cordwainer Salisbury 1852[-1856] Memorial 26/43

DUNN, Joseph carpenter Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 207/77

DUNN, Joseph formerly cordwainer 1853 but now licensed victualler Salisbury 1863 Application 4285

DUNN, Joseph shoemaker North Salisbury, died 11/8/1873. Estate worth £100. The whole of his estate to his wife, Sophia Dunn, absolutely, except for pt Section 3042, to be hers in trust for life, then to his nephew, Richard HARRIS of Pt Wakefield, in trust for his daughter, Elizabeth Ann HARRIS, to be hers absolutely when her father judged the time was right. Joseph Dunn's widow, Sophia Dunn 49 of Salisbury (Father: William Huxtable], remarried 3/9/1874 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide, to William DART 42 widower farmer Salisbury (Father: John DART) 1902 Application 24357

No 2

DUNN, Joseph farmer Section 3170 Hundred of Munno Para 1850 Memorial 85/25

DUNN, Joseph farmer residing on Section 3170 Hundred of Munno Para. Hundred of Munno Para land grants 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 97 County Adelaide

DUNN, Joseph farmer formerly of Munno Para but now of the Upper Wakefield 1865 Memorial 81/202

No 3
DUNN, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 141/41.

DUNN, Joseph farmer Peachey Belt 1854 Memorial 1/63

DUNN, Joseph farmer formerly of Peachey Belt but at present residing in Adelaide 1892 Memorial 186/412

No 4
DUNN, Joseph stockholder Biscuit Flat 1858 Memorial 319/141

No 5
DUNN, Joseph out of business Phillips St, Southwark linked with Andrew Edward Dunn and Joseph James Dunn photographers Adelaide (Rundle St) 1914 Memorial 58/470

DUNN, Leolie farmer McHarg Creek near the Meadows 1919 Application 26736

No 1

DUNN, Margaret of Biscuit Flat 1856 Memorial 79/108

No 2

DUNN, Margaret nee O’BRIEN, wife of Lawrence Dunn blacksmith Adelaide, power of attorney to Edward White O’Halloran solicitor Adelaide, to administer her late father’s, John O’BRIEN labourer Unley, estate. He had died 11/2/1883 intestate, at Adelaide. Property to his wife, Mary, who did not finalise the estate or leave a will herself when she died c1884. Her daughter was about to leave SA for a considerable period when she applied for power of attorney 24/12/1885 Deposit 55/1887

DUNN, Margaret wife of Lawrence Dunn formerly of Nairne but now of NSW. Edward White O’HALLORAN solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St) was her local agent 1887 Application 21199

DUNN, Mary widow Balaklava 1881 Application 18414

No 1

DUNN, Mary Ann widow Unley 1869 Memorial 192/241

DUNN, Mary Ann widow Unley, purchased land in what became known as Dunn Lane off Unley Road, Unley, during the l860s. She built a house on the site c1869. Mrs Dunn had remarried to a Mr MORGAN by 24/5/1890, the date on which she died. Mother of Jessie Evans nee DUNN (wife of James Evans labourer Unley), who died 11/7/1928. Grandmother of Archie Evans bread carter Dunn Lane, off Unley Rd, Unley 1930, born 22/1/1894 Unley Application 27818

No 1

DUNN, Robert coachmaker Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1853[-1858] Memorial 292/58

No 2

DUNN, Robert brassfounder Robe 1868 Memorial 5/231

DUNN, Robert William undertaker's assistant Adelaide (Union St) 1876 Application 22538

No 1

DUNN, Thomas farmer Houghton 1866 Memorial 249/222

No 2

DUNN, Thomas storekeeper Tea Tree Gully 1880 Application 18349

No 3

DUNN, Thomas publican formerly of Parkside but now of the Belair Hotel, Belair 1884[-1886] Memorial 237/355

No 4

DUNN, Thomas farmer Mintaro 1927 Memorial 179/496

No 1

DUNN, William labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 25550

No 2

DUNN, William gardener Little Para Special Survey 1845 Memorial 271/5

DUNN, William gardener Highercombe. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 89 County Adelaide

DUNN, William farmer Highercombe 1854[-1855] Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 495/65

DUNN, William gardener near Houghton 1880 Memorial 226/320

No 3

DUNN, William gentleman Mintaro 1854 Memorial 244/71

DUNN, William farmer Mintaro 1861 Memorial 176/177

DUNN, William farmer Mintaro 1865 Application 6219

No 4

DUNN, William farmer Mt Charles 1855 Trustee Charleston public school Memorial 6/91

No 5 - the Elder and the Younger

DUNN, W storekeeper Modbury 1878 Memorial 222/309

DUNN, William storekeeper Tea Tree Gully 1881[-1894] Memorial 25/332, Application 22809

DUNN, William the Younger storekeeper Tea Tree Gully 1889 Memorial 143/400

DUNN, William gardener Tea Tree Gully 1898 Memorial 102/435

No 6

DUNN, William miner Willouran Ranges near Farina 1882 Memorial 247/343

DUNN, William no description [could not write] entered into an agreement concerning a mineral lease near The Dome north-west of Farina 'for the present to work the mine, raising and sending down the ore to the railway at Farina to be forwarded to Pt Adelaide (for smelting) or to Pt Augusta (for shipment)' 1882 Memorial 161/342

No 7

DUNN, William farmer Petersburg 1896 Memorial 103/428

No 8

DUNN, William dairyman Geralton WA owned land at Belair 1922 Memorial 65/486

DUNN, William dairyman Geralton WA [perhaps a former resident of SA], who owned land at Belair 1924 Application 27245

DUNN, William Arthur Methodist minister formerly of Prospect but now of Pt Adelaide 1913 Memorial 46/469

DUNN, William George farmer Millicent 1878 Application 16613

DUNN, William Edward farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Von Doussa (later Hundred of Allenby) land grant 1913 Grant Book 12 Page 150 County Chandos

No 1

DUNN, William Henry miller Mt Barker 1876[-1877] Memorial 81/292

DUNN, William Henry farmer Pekina 1882 Book 13 Page 260 County Dalhousie

DUNN, William Henry gentleman Childers St, North Adelaide, died 7/7/1891, of 3 years' chronic brain disease, aged 50 Application 24538

No 2

DUNN, William Henry farmer Cavenagh trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

DUNN, William Travis schoolmaster Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 226/102

No 1

DUNNE, Edward farmer Marybank 1864[-1866] Memorial 227/192

DUNNE, Edward labourer formerly of Marybank but now of Hamley Bridge 1873 Memorial 19/268, Application 12898

DUNNE, James police constable Pt Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 214/83

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DUNNE, John stockholder Kent Town 1869 Application 10130

DUNNE, John stockholder Lower Light linked with Joseph Dunne stockholder Darling River NSW. Wife and children mentioned but not named 1871 Memorial 188/253

DUNNE, John stockholder Pirilie Station near Bourke NSW and Elizabeth Dunne his wife 1875. Linked with Joseph Dunne who died 15/9/1874 Memorial 62/279

DUNNE, John stockholder Netley Darling River NSW 1875[-1877] Memorial 201/285

DUNNETT, David Ferguson farmer Hundred of Way 1886 Memorial 170/379

No 1

DUNNING, James linked with Sections 281, 282 Hundred of Hall Co Stanley 1880 Memorial 69/320

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

DUNNING, James labourer Hampton 1914 Memorial 194/471

DUNNING, James labourer formerly of Hampton but now of Burra 1917 Memorial 119/475

DUNNING, JC plasterer Beachport 1880 Memorial 175/320

DUNNING, Robert blacksmith Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1899 Grant Book 49 Page 31 County Newcastle

No 1

DUNNINGHAM, William labourer Coromandel Valley 1861 Memorial 452/179

DUNNINGHAM, William labourer Wardlaw Vale near Belair, died 20/4/1889 Adelaide Destitute Asylum, of senile decay and morbus cordis, aged 65. His widow, Margaret Dunningham, could not write. The Dunninghams lived in a small mud hut at Wardlaw Vale, but when William Dunningham had an accident early in 1889, the authorities took him to the Asylum, where he died soon afterwards. Mrs Dunningham continued to live in the hut for only a few months after her husband died Application 27649

No 1

DUNOW/DÜNOW, Friedrich farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 166/49

DÜNOW, Friedrich farmer Section 43 Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1858 Memorial 306/143

DÜNOW, Friedrich farmer formerly of Adelaide 1852 but now of near Gawler 1864 Application 5786

DÜNOW, Friedrich farmer near Gawler 1868 Memorial 132/229

DUNOW, Charles William and Norman Saint Dunow farmers Whitwarta 1936 Memorial 145/509

DUNSFORD, John Holman labourer North Road 1851 Memorial 203/28 Mariner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 214/28

DUNSFORD, John labourer Brompton 1851 Memorial 74/35

No 1

DUNSFORD, John Holman mariner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 214/28

DUNSFORD, John Holman [formerly mariner Adelaide but now] labourer North Road 1851 Memorial 203/28

DUNSFORD, John Holman mariner [formerly of Adelaide but now] of Tarrangower Vic 1861 Memorial 66/172

DUNSFORD, Thomas farmer Narridy 1888 Memorial 135/390

DUNSFORD, Thomas Henry out of business Queen St, Alberton 1926 Application 27516

DUNSTALL, Charles G agent Yankalilla 1867 Memorial 5/220

DUNSTALL, Guy farmer Yankalilla 1866 Memorial 216/222

No 1

DUNSTALL, John yeoman Magill 1851 Memorial 120/30

DUNSTALL, John farmer Magill 1853 Memorial 462/49

DUNSTALL, John farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1856] Memorial 138/64

DUNSTALL, John farmer Normanville 1857 Memorial 322/133

DUNSTALL, John farmer formerly of Yankalilla 1853 but now of Normanville 1867 Application 8474

DUNSTALL, John farmer Normanville 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 82 County Fergusson

DUNSTALL, Sarah widow Yankalilla [Mrs HG Dunstall nee Sarah Ann BOWYER] Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1897 Grant Book 37 Page 232 County Hindmarsh

DUNSTAN, Alfred general storekeeper Mallala 1898 Memorial 250/433

DUNSTAN, Basil Gladstone District Council Clerk Willunga 1936, declared that he had held this post since 1930 Application 27214

DUNSTAN, Daniel gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 91/76

No 1

DUNSTAN, Edward farmer Booleroo Centre Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1896 Grant Book 24 Page 630 County Frome

No 2

DUNSTAN, Edward farmer Caltowie 1897 Memorial 199/430

DUNSTAN, Harold Frank medical practitioner Croydon Park, sometimes also known as Harold Frank CLOCKER, formerly Harold Frank KOLLOSCHE 1916. Enrolment 55/55

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DUNSTAN, Henry miner Fullarton 1847 Memorial 221/9

DUNSTAN, Henry miner Kensington 1853[-1859] Memorial 148/82

DUNSTAN, Henry carter North Kensington 1861. He could not write Application 2169

DUNSTAN, Henry gentleman North Kensington 1864 Application 5780

DUNSTAN, Henry farmer North Kensington 1869 Application 9810

DUNSTAN, Henry contractor Kensington 1875 Application 14332

DUNSTAN, Henry contractor Kensington Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

DUNSTAN, Henry contractor Kensington Park 1883[-1897] Memorial 229/354

DUNSTAN, Henry contractor Stonyfell 1902 Application 24421

No 1

DUNSTAN, Hugh farmer Currency Creek 1852[-1857]. Enrolment 96/14

DUNSTAN, Hugh farmer Currency Creek, died c1868-69 Memorial 148/402

DUNSTAN, Hugh farmer Finniss River 1868 Memorial 219/235

DUNSTAN, Hugh farmer Currency Creek, died 3/6/1869. His widow, Elizabeth Dunstan, died 28/12/1889 Memorial 163/403

DUNSTAN, Hugh farmer Currency Creek , died no date. Sections 2003 and 2006 Hundred of Nangkita, to his wife for life, then to be sold. Edward SHIPWAY farmer formerly of Currency Creek, but now of Koolunga, refused to act as executor 11/2/1890 Deposit 74/1890.

DUNSTAN, Hugh farmer Currency Creek, died 3/6/1869. He left his personal estate to his wife, Elizabeth Dunstan, absolutely, but his real estate, Sections 2003, 2006 Hundred of Nangkita, to her in trust for life, then the land to be sold and the money divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his brother, John Dunstan, and his two married sisters, Anne BENNETS and Jane RICHARDS all living in England. Executors and trustees: William John Richards VARCOE farmer Currency Creek and Edward SHIPWAY farmer Currency Creek. Elizabeth Dunstan widow Currency Creek, died 28/12/1889, of chronic gastritis, aged 75 Application 23288

No 1

DUNSTAN, James miller Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1857[-1863] Memorial 285/119

DUNSTAN, James miller Adelaide (Grenfell St), died c1865. Husband of Jessie Dunstan Memorial 76/205

DONNELLY, Jessie widow [formerly relict of the late James Dunstan formerly miller Adelaide but then deceased], formerly of Sturt St, Adelaide, but now of Newcastle NSW, and Jessie DUNSTAN the Younger spinster Newcastle NSW, power of attorney to Henry LAW agent Adelaide, to sell Mrs Donnelly’s land in SA 23/3/1885 Deposit 73/1885.

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DUNSTAN, John the Elder miner Ross Creek near Kapunda 1851. Memorial 227/32

DUNSTAN, John the Elder farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda, died c1857. His family included John Dunstan farmer Kapunda, Jane SYMONS wife of William Symons miner Kapunda, Anne JEFFREY wife of Robert Jeffrey miner Kapunda and William Dunstan farmer Kapunda Memorial 41/222

DUNSTAN, John the Younger miner Ross Creek near Kapunda 1851 Memorial 228/32

DUNSTAN, John, William and Thomas farmers Kapunda 1855 Memorial 363/81

DUNSTAN, John and Richard of Kapunda 1858 Memorial 320/145

DUNSTAN, Anne of Ross Creek, near Kapunda, died 5/2/1860, of dysentery, aged 57. DUNSTAN, Richard miner Kapunda, died 25/4/1861, of consumption, aged 37. Relationship between them unclear - possibly mother and son. John DUNSTAN the Younger farmer Ross Creek was the executor for the estate of John Dunstan the Elder Application 12081

DUNSTAN, John the Elder farmer Hundred of Kapunda, and Anne Dunstan his wife - both deceased. Children in the mid 1860s - John Dunstan the Younger farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda, William Dunstan, Ann Jeffrey wife of Robert JEFFREY, Edward Dunstan, Priscilla Dunstan, Jane SYMONS (no husband mentioned) Application 10146

DUNSTAN, John the Elder farmer Hundred of Kapunda, and Ann Dunstan his wife - both deceased. Children in 1887 - John Dunstan farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda; William Dunstan farmer formerly of Ross Creek but now of Tarcowie; Thomas Dunstan farmer near Kapunda, Edward Dunstan farmer near Jamestown; Ann JEFFREY wife of Robert Jeffrey farmer Booleroo; Priscilla BASTIAN wife of Alfred Bastian farmer Booleroo (she died about this time); Jane SYMONS wife of William Symons farmer Yednalue Application 21266

DUNSTAN, John farmer Kapunda [formerly the Younger]. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

DUNSTAN, John farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 625 County Frome

No 2 - the Elder and the Younger

DUNSTAN, John miner Kooringa 1857[-1878] Memorial 1/121

DUNSTAN, John miner Redruth 1862 Memorial 147/304

DUNSTAN, John innkeeper Redruth 1866 Memorial 43/310

DUNSTAN, John farmer Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1878 Grant Book 8 Page 94 County Burra

DUNSTAN, John the Elder of Mt Bryan East 1889 Memorial 235/398

DUNSTAN, John farmer formerly of Kooringa but now of Mt Bryan East 1894 Memorial 129/420

DUNSTAN, John farmer Mt Bryan East, died 22/4/1895. Father of Richard William Dunstan, Susan Sophia CALDICOTT, Benjamin Hugh Knuckey Dunstan, William Dunstan and Nanny CHERRY. John Dunstan of Broken Hill NSW and Grace Elizabeth Dunstan his wife also mentioned Memorial 128/426

DUNSTAN, John the Elder farmer Mt Bryan East, died 22/4/1895. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Susan Dunstan, for life and while she remained a widow, then to his two youngest children, Benjamin Hugh Knuckey Dunstan, while he remained at home, and Susan Sophia Dunstan, while she remained at home and was unmarried, then the estate to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally amongst all of John Dunstan's children. His son, John Dunstan the Younger, was disinherited and his share was to go to his wife, Grace Elizabeth Dunstan. Estate worth £1,450 Application 26374

DUNSTAN, John [the Elder] farmer Mt Bryan East had died by 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 125 County Burra

No 3 - the Younger

DUNSTAN, John the Younger clerk Kooringa 1873 Memorial 173/274

DUNSTAN, John the Younger timber merchant Aberdeen 1880[-1884] Memorial 182/322

DUNSTAN, John the Younger timber merchant Aberdeen near Kooringa Co Burra. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 167 County Not named

DUNSTAN, John timber merchant Redruth 1886 Application 20890

DUNSTAN, John the Younger timber merchant Redruth 1898 Application 23676

No 4

DUNSTAN, John metallurgist Pt Adelaide and Margaret Dunstan his wife 1892[-1894] Memorial 47/412

DUNSTAN, John metallurgist Pt Adelaide and Margaret Dunstan his wife 1903 Application 24536

No 5 - perhaps the same person

DUNSTAN, John gentleman Kensington Park 1910 Memorial 199/464

DUNSTAN, John gentleman Kensington Park associated with John Dunstan & Son Inc 1912 Memorial 213/466

DUNSTAN, John of Waterfall Gully, died 2/4/1914 Adelaide. Estate worth £11,907 Memorial 162/479

DUNSTAN, John of the firm of John Dunstan & Son Ltd Waterfall Gully Burnside, died 2/4/1914 Memorial 5/484

No 6

DUNSTAN, John farmer Hornsdale Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1894 Grant Book 13 Page 56 County Dalhousie

No 7

DUNSTAN, John retired farmer Waterloo St, Glenelg 1939 Application 28217

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DUNSTAN, John Henry farmer Hundred of Palmer 1886 Memorial 122/381

DUNSTAN, John Henry builder Quorn Co Newcastle. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 12 County Blachford

DUNSTAN, John Henry of Quorn 1887 Memorial 184/384

No 1

DUNSTAN, Joseph market gardener Donnybrook near Clare 1883[-1901] Memorial 17/351

DUNSTAN, Joseph gardener Clare 1902 Memorial 146/446

DUNSTAN, Joseph gardener Donnybrook [Sections 73, 74 Hundred of Clare] near Clare 1914 Application 26311

No 1

DUNSTAN, Joseph Edwin farmer Pt Germein linked with Thomas Henry Dunstan storekeeper Pt Germein 1895 Memorial 177/424

DUNSTAN, Joseph Edwin and Thomas Henry Dunstan farmers Pt Germein 1899 Memorial 180/437

DUNSTAN, Lawrence Henry storekeeper Aldinga 1923, linked with John Keith Dunstan motor mechanic Dulwich Application 27177

DUNSTAN, Lillian M of Moonta 1898 Memorial 79/436

No 1 - son of John Dunstan the Elder

DUNSTAN, Richard farmer Ross Creek 1859 Memorial 47/157

DUNSTAN, Richard miner Kapunda died c1861. His widow, Jane Dunstan nee WILLIAMS 37 (Father: William Williams) remarried to James GREGOR farmer Allen Creek (Father; Francis Gregor) on 27/11/1862 at Mrs Dunstan’s residence, Kapunda. Witnesses: Paul HARVEY miner Helston, Kapunda and Eliza THOMAS of Kapunda. Executors and trustess for Richard Dunstan's estate - John Dunstan farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda (Richard Dunstan's father); William Dunstan farmer Tarcowie (Richard Dunstan's brother). Richard and Jane Dunstan's family in 1882 - Richard Henry Dunstan carrier Jamestown; Susan Ann GRAY nee Dunstan 22 spinster East Moonta married William GRAY 28 blacksmith East Moonta (Father: John Gray) on 25/3/1875 East Moonta Methodist Church. Witnesses: Bessie Gray Moonta Mines, Henry HANLIN Moonta Mines and Richard Dunstan Moonta; and Priscilla COOK nee Dunstan 19 spinster Yorketown married George Cook 22 farmer Yorketown (Father: William Cook) on 4/10/1879 Yorketown Minister: William REED Wesleyan Minister. Witnesses: Richard H Dunstan labourer Yorketown and Maria Cook of Yorketown. By 1888, George Cook was a labourer in Yorketown and Mrs Cook lived in Warracknabeal Vic c/- Mr R Smith; William Gray was a blacksmith in Adelaide and Richard Henry Dunstan was a farmer at Booleroo Centre Applications 19053, 21266

No 2 - possibly the same person

DUNSTAN, Richard farmer Tothill Creek 1864 Application 5061

DUNSTAN, Richard farmer The Light 1865 Application 5912

DUNSTAN, Richard hawker Leasingham 1887 Memorial 70/386

DUNSTAN, Richard farmer Leasingham 1894 Application 22821

DUNSTAN, Richard formerly hawker but now retired gardener Leasingham 1924. He could not write Application 27296

DUNSTAN, Richard Henry farmer Booleroo Centre, formerly at Moonta, son of Richard Dunstan the Elder formerly farmer Ross Creek, near Kapunda but now deceased 1887 Application 21266

No 1

DUNSTAN, Richard Perry formerly gardener Leasingham but now out of business Pt Broughton 1957 Memorial 91/532

DUNSTAN, Richard Perry out of business Pt Broughton, aged 64 in 1959, declared he had lived at Leasingham for 58 years Application 29335

DUNSTAN, Richard William farmer Mt Bryan. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1912 Grant Book 8 Page 125 County Burra

DUNSTAN, Stanley John Martin JP Clerk of the District Council of Mt Barker 1936, having held that position since 1935, previously Clerk of the now-defunct District Council of Nairne Application 28031

No 1

DUNSTAN, Thomas miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 270/201

DUNSTAN, Thomas formerly miner Kooringa but now farmer Hardy's Hill near Ballarat Vic 1870 Memorial 229/245

No 2

DUNSTAN, Thomas the Younger farmer Kapunda 1885 Memorial 34/366

DUNSTAN, Thomas farmer near Kapunda 1888, a brother to Richard Dunstan farmer Ross Creek, who died 24/4/1861 Application 21266

DUNSTAN, Thomas the Younger farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1894 Memorial 76/423

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

DUNSTAN, Walter miner Kooringa 1849[-1856] Memorial 188/18

DUNSTAN, Walter and William gentlemen Adelaide 1856 Memorial 408/98

DUNSTAN, Walter farmer McLaren Vale 1866 Application 7673

DUNSTAN, Walter farmer Noarlunga 1868 Memorial 48/236

DUNSTAN, Walter farmer McLaren Vale 1871 Memorial 176/251

DUNSTAN, Walter the Elder farmer McLaren Vale linked with Walter Dunstan the Younger farmer Wilmington 1889[-1892] Memorial 79/400

DUNSTAN, Walter farmer Wilmington 1882 Memorial 146/346

DUNSTAN, Walter the Younger farmer Wilmington 1884[-1892] Memorial 200/357

DUNSTAN, Walter the Younger farmer Hundred of Willochra 1884 Memorial 202/357

DUNSTAN, Walter the Younger farmer near Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1892[-1894] Grant Book 24 Page 549 County Frome

No 1 - likely to be the same person

DUNSTAN, William miner Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 373/19

DUNSTAN, William farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 72/62

DUNSTAN, William farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Aldinga 1859. Husband of Mary Dunstan. Linked with Walter Dunstan gentleman Adelaide Memorial 42/194

DUNSTAN, William farmer Aldinga 1861 Application 2548

DUNSTAN, William farmer Yankalilla 1864 Memorial 15/194

No 2

DUNSTAN, William of Aberdeen 1883 Memorial 30/354

DUNSTAN, William mason Aberdeen 1883 Application 19975

No 3

DUNSTAN, William the Younger farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1889 Grant Book 13 Page 55 County Dalhousie

DUNSTAN, W farmer Yarcowie 1880 Memorial 232/323

DUNSTONE, Clarence Leslie student Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 10 County Chandos

DUNSTONE, Edwin George labourer Reynella 1936 Memorial 157/509

DUNSTONE, Horace Edgar medical practitioner Mile End 1926 Application 27497

DUNSTONE, JBK JP of Kadina 1914 Memorial 133/471

No 1

DUNSTONE, James farmer Caltowie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Caltowie Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 444 County Victoria

No 2

DUNSTONE, James labourer Pt Pirie and Christina McColl Dunstone his wife 1907 Application 25312

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DUNSTONE, John miner Kooringa 1848 Memorial 151/13

DUNSTONE, John miner Kapunda 1853 Memorial 209/60

DUNSTONE, John [formerly miner Kapunda but now] farmer Trevenson near Clare 1854 Memorial 76/74

DUNSTONE, John formerly miner Kapunda but now farmer Clare 1856 Memorial 198/112

DUNSTONE, John farmer Trevenson near Clare, died 21/1/1881. Executors; his sons, James, John and Thomas Dunstone agents Caltowie Memorial 16/330

DUNSTONE, John the Elder farmer near Clare died c1885. Trustees and executors - John Dunstone the Younger agent Caltowie, Thomas Dunstone agent Blyth, James Dunstone agent Appila Yarrowie 1886 Other people in the family - Clarinda Dunstone widow of John Dunstone, Mary Hannah BLIGHT nee Dunstone wife of William Henry Blight baker Clare; Jenifer ROWE nee Dunstone wife of Stephen Harris Rowe agent Jamestown, Elizabeth SMITH nee Dunstone widow Jamestown, and William Henry Dunstone farmer near Clare Application 20831

DUNSTONE, Leonard John medical practitioner Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 97 County Chandos

No 1

DUNSTONE, Robert stone mason Mitcham 1846[-1853] Memorial 201/7

No 2

DUNSTONE, Robert mason Kanmantoo 1851 Memorial 360/37.

No 1

DUNSTONE, Thomas farmer Caltowie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Caltowie Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 444 County Victoria

DUNSTONE, Thomas farmer Caltowie trustee Cemetery Caltowie Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

DUNSTONE, Thomas farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

DUNSTONE, Thomas clerk Blyth 1887 Memorial 181/383 21266

DUNSTONE, Thomas JP of Blyth 1886 Memorial 246/377

DUNSTONE, William miner Kooringa 1848[-1854]. Wesleyan Methodist trustee Memorial 151/13.

No 1

DUPERRET, Pierre Leon wine merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1877 Memorial 201/300

DUPERRET, Pierre wine vendor Adelaide Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 13 County Newcastle

No 1

DUPRE, George Frederick gentleman Pt Broughton 1887[-1893] Memorial 149/383

DUPRE, George Frederick gentleman Pt Broughton, died c1898 Memorial 146/435

DUPRE, Sarah Laker widow Pt Broughton 1899 Memorial 131/439

DURBIDGE, Frederick John Albert gardener Walkerville, died 3/4/1880, of idiopathic tetanus, aged 17 Application 20821

DURBIDGE, John Thomas gardener Campbelltown 1893 Memorial 67/416

DURBIDGE, Reuben lodginghouse keeper Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 438/67

No 1

DURBIDGE, Richard Shaw gardener Walkerville 1865[-1875] Memorial 349/205

DURBIDGE, Richard Shaw gardener Walkerville, died 3/3/1883. Husband of Lucy Durbidge. Their youngest son, Frederick Durbidge, died in the lifetime of his father, leaving the eldest son, William James Durbidge gardener Walkerville, and their only daughter, Elizabeth Shaw Bessy Durbidge, surviving their father. Elizabeth Durbidge married 16/4/1877 to William KNAACK labourer North Adelaide Memorial 86/351

DURBIDGE, Richard Shaw gardener Walkerville, died 3/3/1883. Estate worth £200. £50 to his step-daughter, Caroline MAGGS wife of George Maggs baker. The rest of his estate to his wife, Lucy Durbidge, for life, then to his three children in equal shares. His wife and his brother-in-law, William Bacon SMITH farmer Lake Plains, to be the executors. Estate worth £200 Application 23562

No 1

DURBIDGE, Simeon farmer Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 85/68

DURBIDGE, Simeon farmer Langhorne Creek on the Bremer 1864 Memorial 57/195

DURBIDGE, William yeoman near Milang 1865 Memorial 350/207

No 1

DURBIDGE, William James gardener Walkerville, died 3/3/1883. Memorial 183/350

DURBIDGE, William James gardener Walkerville 1885. Linked with the late Richard Durbidge and his widow Lucy Durbidge Application 20821

No 1

DURBRIDGE, James gardener First Creek near Adelaide 1859 Memorial 267/155

DURBRIDGE, James farmer Waterfall Gully linked with Simeon Durbridge farmer Langhorne Creek 1864 Memorial 324/194

No 1

DURDIN, Arthur Bruce law clerk Adelaide 1903[-1912] Memorial 76/449

DURDIN, Arthur Bruce Secretary and Manager of the Farmers' Co-operative Executors and Trustees Ltd Franklin St, Adelaide 1933 Application 27925

DURDIN, George Lewis tinsmith Pt Lincoln 1906[-1907] Memorial 102/454, Application 25307

No 1 – likely to be the same family

DURDIN, John farmer Rapid Bay 1856 Memorial 484/97

DURDIN, John and William farmers Cape Jervis 1866 Memorial 89/212

DURDIN, William farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1862] Memorial 322/69

No 2

DURDIN, John the Younger farmer Melton. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1893 Grant Book 14 Page 481 County Daly

DURETON, SB clerk to DEMPSTER & WEBB solicitors Adelaide 1884 Memorial 11/362

No 1

DURHAM, John hotelkeeper Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden 1903 Memorial 64/450

DURHAM, John licensed victualler Modbury Hotel Modbury 1907 Memorial 215/466

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DURHAM, William storekeeper Gawler 1848 Memorial 109/12

DURHAM, William farmer Kenningstock near Adelaide 1857 Memorial 53/121

No 1
DURICK, Michael farmer Macclesfield 1862. He could not write Application 2999

DURICK, Michael farmer Macclesfield 1883 Memorial 67/354

DURICK, Michael farmer Bull Creek 1893 Memorial 226/416

DURIE, Alexander Melville engine driver Kingston 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 8 County Eyre

DURIEU, EW storekeeper Wentworth NSW 1886 Application 20914

DURIEU, Henry Joseph notary public Adelaide 1843 Memorial 367/2

DURIEU, Henry Louis accountant North Adelaide (Ward St) 1876 Memorial 7/296

No 1

DURIEU, Kenneth Percival Commonwealth public servant 20 Lynington St, Tusmore and Zannie Durieu his wife 1949 Memorial 86/523

DURIEU, Kenneth Percival formerly Commonwealth public servant 20 Lynington St, Tusmore now out of business James St, East Marden and Zannie Du Rieu his wife 1955 Application 29144

No 1

DURIEU, William Augustus coachman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 188/91

DURIEU, William Augustus coachman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 86/113

DURIEU, William Augustus coach driver Willunga Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 18 County Daly

DURIEU, William Augustus coach overseer Adelaide 1876 Application 15243

DURIEU, William Augustus coaching manager Adelaide (Angas St) 1881 Memorial 120/329

DURIEU, William Augustus innkeeper Strathalbyn 1881 Memorial 123/332

DURIEU, William Augustus licensed victualler Clare Hotel Clare 1882 Memorial 176/341

DURIEU, William Augustus licensed victualler Semaphore 1905 Memorial 143/452

DURRANT, D of Scott Creek near Cherry Gardens 1856 Memorial 417/96

DURRANT, George Frederick Norman resident at the great Eastern Hotel, Calcutta, Empire of India perhaps likely to live in SA 1894 Memorial 60/422

No 1

DURRANT, James farmer Clarendon 1860 Memorial 304/168

DURRANT, James farmer Clarendon 1908. Father of Jack Durrant Application 25515

No 1

DURRANT, Jonathan farmer Clare 1858 Memorial 319/166

DURRANT, Jonathan builder Clare 1862 Application 3438

DURRANT, Jonathan stonemason Clare 1863 Application 4415

DURRANT, John builder Clare 1868[-1891] Memorial 189/232

DURRANT, William Howard merchant 27 Milton St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Charles Henry GOODE merchant Adelaide, of the firm of Goode, Durrant & Co, to attend to the business affairs of the firm in SA 31/10/1883 Deposit 216/1884.

DURSEY, Henry Louis grocer Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1853 Memorial 500/56

DURSTON, Emma Maria teacher Undalya 1869 Memorial 197/240

No 1

DURSTON, Sidney Bridle licensed victualler Pt Lincoln 1858 Memorial 303/141

DURSTON, Sidney Bridle formerly licensed victualler Pt Lincoln, became a bankrupt on 3/8/1860 Memorial 157/329

DURSTON, SB clerk to Messrs DEMPSTER & WEBB solicitors Pt Adelaide 1878[-1879] Memorial 227/310

DURSTON, SB clerk to Messrs DEMPSTER & DEMPSTER solicitors Pt Adelaide 1881[-1882] Memorial 223/335

DURSTON, SB clerk to Messrs DEMPSTER, WEBB & DEMPSTER solicitors Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 105/366

DURSTON, SB articled clerk Pt Adelaide 1885[-1887] Memorial 180/364

DURSTON, Sidney Bridle articled clerk Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 170/387

DURSTON, SB clerk to Messrs UPTON & GILL solicitors Adelaide 1889 Memorial 193/397

DURSTON, SB solicitor Laura 1892 Memorial 191/413

DURSTON, Sidney Bridle solicitor formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Perth WA 1901 Application 24249

DURWARD, Milne labourer Stone Hut, had died by 1907. Executrix – Mary Ann Durward widow Wirrabara Grant Book 24 Page 517 County Frome

No 1 - probably the same person

DURYEA, Townsend and Samuel linked with Section 461 Yorke Peninsula 1861 Memorial 85/172

DURYEA, Townsend photographer Adelaide assigned the lease of two adjacent shops on Town Acre 141 facing King William St (one recently leased by CLARKSON & Co and known as 70 King William St) to Stephen Robert NIXON photographer Kadina. Another premises on Town Acre 81 in Rundle St assigned to Saul SOLOMON photographer Adelaide 1875 Memorials 45 & 71/283

DUTCH, Charles Edward machinist Mt Barker 1882 Memorial 18/343

DUTCH, Francis Isaac machinist Mt Barker 1924 Memorial 46/491

No 1 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger
DUTHIE, David farmer Currency Creek 1858[-1867] Memorial 172/140

DUTHIE, David farmer Goolwa 1856 Memorial 95/167

DUTHIE, David farmer formerly of Currency Creek but now of Wauraltee Yorke Peninsula 1877 Memorial 134/297

DUTHIE, David the Elder and Younger farmers Wauraltee trustees Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

DUTHIE, David farmer Currency Creek Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

DUTHIE, William dairyman Islington 1895 Memorial 221/425

DUTHIE, William dairyman Islington 1898 Application 23741

DUTHIE, William dairyman Ovingham 1914 Application 26255

DUTHIE, William dairyman Kilkenny 1919 Application 26804

DUTHIE, William dairyman Islington 1921 Application 27021

DUTHIE, Wyllie Andrews gardener Gumeracha 1930[-1947] Memorial 57/503, Application 28546

DUTHY, George an insolvent Adelaide 1850 Memorial 145/19

DUTSCHKE, Carl Friedrich farmer near Lyndoch 1866[-1881] Memorial 14/215, Application 18689

No 1

DUTSCHKE, Ernst Heinrich Eduard farmer Pt Victoria linked with Johann Carl August Dutschke farmer Kilkerran 1891 Memorial 179/408

DUTSCHKE, Ernst Heinrich Eduard farmer Pt Victoria Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 173 County Fergusson

DUTSCHKE, Johann Carl August farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1895 Grant Book 19 Page 173 County Fergusson

No 1

DUTSCHKE, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 112/124

DUTSCHKE, Johann Carl Friedrich no description had died by 1892. Executors – Hermann Reinhold WUNDERSITZ farmer Maitland and Heinrich Carl LUTZ farmer Kilkerran Grant Book 19 Page 172 County Fergusson

No 1

DUTTON, Charles clerk to JE MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1863 Memorial 142/189

DUTTON, Charles clerk to Rupert INGLEBY solicitor Adelaide 1868 Memorial 234/240

No 1

DUTTON, Charles Christian Esquire Adelaide 1838[-1839] Application 10159.

DUTTON, Charles Christian died in the early days of SA ‘through being lost in the interior of this Province’ Application 19962

DUTTON, Charles James station manager Yalluna Station. Trustee Institute Lipson. Lipson (Hundred of Yaranyacka) township allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 21 Page 175 County Flinders

No 1

DUTTON, Charles William of Pt Lincoln grandson and heir at law of the late Charles Christian Dutton who died intestate at some time after 1850 Memorial 50/250

DUTTON, Charles William station manager Pt Lincoln Co Flinders. Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 39 Page 85 County Jervois

DUTTON, Charles William farmer Yalluna 1900 Memorial 196/4

DUTTON, Charles William station manager Yalluna Pt Lincoln 1903[-1909] Application 24532, Memorial 112/461

DUTTON, Charles William gentleman Pt Lincoln 1911 Application 25754

No 1

DUTTON, Edward farmer Myponga linked with Sarah Dutton widow formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Myponga 1856 Memorial 56/108

DUTTON, Edward gentleman Myponga 1858 Memorial 117/136

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

DUTTON, Edward and ALDERSEY, Henry Lee brewers Yankalilla 1861 Application 2616

DUTTON, Edward brewer Yankalilla 1864 Memorial 79/147

DUTTON, Edward brewer Goolwa 1869 Application 10354

DUTTON, Edward brewer Goolwa 1874[-1878] Memorial 122/274

DUTTON, Edward near Lucindale 1881 Memorial 13/335

DUTTON, Edward stockholder near Lucindale 1884 Memorial 175/356

DUTTON, Edward farmer Lucindale 1885 Memorial 188/371

DUTTON, Edward formerly brewer Goolwa but then stockholder Ardune House, Lucindale, died 29/1/1887. Husband of Mary Elizabeth Dutton, who died 9/3/1934. Father of Edward Ernest Dutton (valuator 63 Wattle St, Fullarton in 1944) and Ethel Mary Dutton Memorials 191 & 199/517 & RPA Search 1614

DUTTON, Edward married Mary Elizabeth EDMONDS, daughter of William Bennett Edmonds and Elizabeth Ann Edmonds farmers Baker Gully, in SA by 1842. Apparently, the Duttons lived at Yankalilla and then Goolwa, until c1880, when they removed to Lucindale. Edward Dutton stockholder Ardune House, Lucindale, died 29/1/1887. He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Dutton, provided she paid £200 to their daughter, Annie DISHER, wife of John Ralph Disher of Bordertown, and £500 to each of their other children Dorothy Phillis Dutton, George Hugh Dutton and Elizabeth Dutton, out of a trust fund to be distributed after her death. Estate worth £4,980. His executors and trustees to be his wife and his son, Edward Ernest Dutton stockholder Lucindale 1893 Application 22494

No 1

DUTTON, Edward Ernest farmer Ardune Hundred of Townsend linked with Mary Elizabeth Dutton of the same place 1887 Memorial 169/385

DUTTON, Edward Ernest sheefarmer Ardune near Lucindale linked with Mary E Dutton of Ardune 1890 Memorial 117/404

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

No 1

DUTTON, Francis Staker flocks and herds (formerly in the possession of CH BAGOT at his station at Chapman's Plains) now at Anlaby 1844 Memorial 381/3

DUTTON, Francis Staker Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now on his way to England 1845 Memorial 287/5

DUTTON, Francis Staker Esquire Adelaide. Shareholder and perhaps Trustee Seaside and Rural Building Association 1849 Memorial 330/14

DUTTON, Francis Staker Esquire Adelaide (East Tce) 1850 Memorial 185/68

No 1

DUTTON, Frederick Hansborough Esquire Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial

131/117

Esquire Anlaby near Kapunda 1856 Memorial 295/116

DUTTON, Frederick Hansborough Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now residing in England 1855 Memorial 378/90

DUTTON, Frederick Hansborough Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Dover St, Piccadilly, Middlesex, England 1861 Memorial 176/182

DUTTON, Frederick Hansborough Esquire formerly of East Tce, Adelaide but now of Dover St, Piccadilly, Middlesex, England 1866 Memorial 136/215

DUTTON, Frederick Hansborough Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of The Oriental Club, Hanover Square, London, Middlesex, England 1877 Memorial 160/302

DUTTON, Frederick Hansborough Esquire of Adelaide at present residing at the Buckingham Palace Hotel, Buckingham Gate, Middlesex, England 1888 Memorial 117/392

DUTTON, Frederick Hansborough Esquire formerly of Adelaide but then of the Buckingham Palace Hotel, Buckingham Gate, London, Middlesex, England, died 1890. The bulk of his SA estate to his nephew Henry Dutton gentleman Mt Pleasant (son of his late brother William Hampden Dutton), provided he paid all debts and legacies. Other beneficiaries - the Kapunda Hospital, Dutton Park Kapunda, the Blind, Deaf and Dumb Asylum in Adelaide, Henry Thomas MORRIS of Anlaby FH Dutton's agent and manager, Mary Broughton Rebecca Emma Dutton, Zelie Adele Dutton and the children of the testator's late niece, Ludovinia Charlotte Jane MOORE Memorial 242/403

DUTTON, George William clerk to George WORTHINGTON solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 445/35.

DUTTON, Henry grazier Anlaby near Kapunda, died 25/8/1914. Father of Henry Hampden Dutton, father-in-law of Emily Dutton, grandfather of John Hansborough Dutton and Richard Hampden Dutton. Uncle of Anna Theresa YOUNG wife of Henry Dove Young of Kanmantoo, Henry Percival MOORE SA Company manager Adelaide and Arthur Kingston Moore of Hunters Hill NSW. Anlaby staff included - Claude de Neufville LUCAS accountant; Sarah GROGAN domestic servant; Maggie MCGUIRE domestic servant; James BROWN former butler; Joseph William TURNER present butler; Thomas LESLIE head gardener. £4,000 endowment for St Matthew's Church, Hamilton and £115 pa for the maintenance of St Mathew's choir and transport costs from Kapunda. Bequests to the Kapunda Hospital Inc, Dutton Park Institution Inc and the Bishop's Home Mission Society Memorial 25/473

No 1

DUTTON, Sarah widow Adelaide 1850 Memorial 187/21

DUTTON, Sarah widow McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 36/79

DUTTON, Sarah widow formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Myponga 1856 Linked with Edward Dutton farmer Myponga Memorial 56/108

No 1

DUTTON, William Broughton an infant under the age of 21 years that is to say of the age of 13 years or thereabout East Tce, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 380/34

DUTTON, William Broughton gentleman North Adelaide, made his will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including allotments at Mt Barker 14/6/1859 Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands Memorial 197/80

DUTTON, William Broughton gentleman North Adelaide, died 27/6/1863  Application 5900

No 1

DUTTON, William Hampton Esquire Adelaide 1840 Memorial 344/2

DUTTON, William Hampton became a bankrupt 23/12/1840. Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s bankrupt estate. Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’. They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron Esquire Sydney 10/1/1865 for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule’ John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens. The last three survived in 1865 Application 6941

DUTTON, William Hampton merchant Melbourne Vic died 21/11/1849 intestate. His eldest son, William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, inherited his estate as heir at law.

DUTTON, Charlotte de Silva widow North Adelaide relict of the late WH Dutton 1865 Application 6941

DUVAL, Arthur Clive farmer Morphett Vale, aged 71 in 1962, son of William Arthur Duval farmer Morphett Vale, who died 10/10/1916 Application 29475

No 1

DUVAL, Francis surveyor Adelaide 1842 Memorial 313/1

DUVAL, Francis land agent Adelaide 1854 Memorial 398/78

DUVAL, Lucy Ann widow Penwortham 1860 Memorial 195/166

DUVAL, Lucy Ann widow Penwortham relict of the late Francis Duval formerly surveyor Adelaide now deceased 1861 Memorial 90/173

DUVAL, Francis Hugh commission merchant Stirling East 1904 Memorial 141/452

No 1
DUVAL, William Arthur railway guard Terowie 1889 Memorial 213/399

DUVAL, William Arthur railway guard Terowie and Constance Kate his wife formerly Constance Kate BAIN widow daughter of the late Alexander ANDERSON of Morphett Vale 1890 Memorial 43/402

DUVAL, William Arthur railway guard Pt Augusta. His wife, Constance Kate Duval, died 16/1/1907. Mother of Constance Kate Frances BAIN Memorial 206/456

DUVAL, William Arthur formerly railway guard Terowie 1907 but then out of business Morphett Vale, died 10/10/1916. Father of Arthur Clive Duval farmer Morphett Vale. Step-father of Constance Kate Frances BAIN spinster formerly of Pt Augusta 1907 but then of Morphett Vale, who died 10/10/1916. Her estate worth £2,350. Her mother, Constance Kate Duval formerly Bain, died 16/1/1907 [It appeared that both step-father and step-daughter died on the same day] Memorial 4/497 & Application 27404

DUXBURY, Henry storekeeper Gawler 1866[-1867] Memorial 237/211

No 1

DUXBURY, W law clerk Adelaide 1890[-1891] Memorial 174/405

DUXBURY, William clerk to Messrs DASHWOOD & VARLEY solicitors Eagle Chambers, Adelaide 1892 Application 21413

DUXBURY, William manager for James Frederick SCRYMGOUR licensed land broker 20 Waymouth St, Adelaide 1907 Application 25269

DUXBURY, W licensed land agent and broker Adelaide (20 Waymouth St) 1912[-1913] Memorial 8/468

DUXBURY, William land and estate agent Adelaide 1915 Memorial 8/473

DWYER, Cornelius Donald limeburner Willaston near Gawler 1922[-1949] Memorial 38/529

DWYER, James farmer Morphett Vale 1861 Memorial 238/176

No 1

DWYER, James Patrick carter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 132/24

DWYER, James Patrick carter formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1859 Memorial 137/158

DWYER, John farmer Tothill Creek Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 159 County Dalhousie

DWYER, Maria spinster Allendale East Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 226 County Grey

No 1

DWYER, Martin farmer Hundred of Light 1866 Memorial 2/212

DWYER, Martin bank clerk Millicent and Johanna Dwyer widow Marion 1898 new trustees for the estate of the late Michael Dwyer Memorial 89/435

DWYER, Martin Ambrose agent Mt Gambier linked with Michael Dwyer mounted constable Gawler 1927 Memorial 30/497

DWYER, Mary licensed victualler The Hope Inn Port Road Hindmarsh 1882 Memorial 88/346

No 1

DWYER, Michael farmer Kapunda 1854 Memorial 243/65

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

DWYER, Michael labourer Marion 1871 Memorial 173/255

DWYER, Michael farmer Marion on the Sturt 1887 Memorial 74/389

DWYER, Michael farmer Marion on the Sturt, died 17/11/1889. Husband of Johanna Dwyer farmer Marion Memorial 19/401

DWYER, Michael the Elder farmer Marion on the Sturt, died c1889. His widow, Johann Dwyer, died 18/11/1911. Their family as at 1918 included; Martin Ambrose Dwyer formerly bank clerk Millicent but now agent Mt Gambier; Michael Dwyer [formerly the Younger] constable Terowie; Mary Winnifred Dwyer CONRAD of Trinity St, College Park; Honorah Dwyer spinster East Tce, Adelaide; and William Dwyer manager Oaklands Memorial 6/477

DWYER, Michael the Elder farmer Marion, died 17/11/1889. Estate worth £1,000. His estate to be left in trust for his widow, Johanna Dwyer, for life or during her widowhood, to enjoy the income in raising his children until each turns 21 or the daughters marry. After the 21st birthday of the youngest child, the trustees to sell the estate. Michael Dwyer's daughters, Honorah and Mary Dwyer, to get £100 each; the widow, Johanna Dwyer, to get a quarter of the remainder - the balance of the proceeds to go equally amongst the three sons - William, Michael and Martin Dwyer. Johanna Dwyer died 18/11/1911, of old age and syncope, aged 73. Born in Tipperary, Ireland; emigrated to SA 58 years ago. Married aged 24 - 3 sons and 3 daughters living [only 2 daughters mentioned in the will]; 3 sons and 2 daughters deceased Application 27598

DWYER, Johanna widow Marion 1895 Memorial 224/425

DWYER, Johanna widow Marion relict of Michael Dwyer who died c1889, linked with DWYER, Martin bank clerk Millicent 1898 Application 23592

DWYER, Johanna widow Marion 1910 Application 25885

DWYER, Michael police sergeant formerly of Terowie but now of Gawler 1927 Memorial 79/497

DWYER, Michael the Younger police sergeant formerly of Terowie now of Gawler 1927, declared that he had lived between 1868-1898 at Marion with his father, Michael Dwyer the Elder Application 27598

No 2

DWYER, Michael retired bricklayer Bowden 1927, declared that he had lived in the township for 60 years Application 27498

No 1

DWYER, Patrick carter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 132/24

DWYER, Patrick farmer Magill late 1850 Memorial 210/25

DWYER, Patrick farmer Magill 1853 Memorial 10/48

DWYER, Patrick farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 395/56

DWYER, Patrick farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 281/198

DWYER, Patrick farmer Hundred of Light father of Martin Dwyer farmer Hundred of Light 1865 Memorial 238/207

DWYER, Patrick farmer Allendale 1868 Memorial 222/228

DWYER, Peter James farmer Magill Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 434 County Fergusson

DWYER, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 138/46

DYBALL, James mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 33/71

No 1

DYBALL, Robert farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 349/43

DYBALL, Robert farmer formerly of Adelaide now of the Murray 1854 Memorial 129/65

DYBALL, Robert farmer now or late of the Murray River 1855 Memorial 336/81

DYBALL, Robert farmer New Tiers near Balhannah Hundred of Onkaparinga 1858 Memorial 294/144

DYELL, William labourer Bordertown 1921 Memorial 119/483

No 1

DYER, Charles storekeeper Booleroo trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

DYER, Charles storekeeper Booleroo Centre 1890 Application 21844

No 1

DYER, Enos labourer Hindmarsh 1840 Application 22209

DYER, Enos farmer Hindmarsh 1842[-1845] Memorial 44/2

DYER, Enos farmer Bowden Plains 1848 Memorial 73/13

DYER, Enos farmer Islington 1850 Memorial 417/25

DYER, Enos farmer Gawler Plains 1857 Memorial 239/130

DYER, Enos farmer Adelaide 1864 Memorial 23/200

DYER, James yeoman Perth WA 1858 Memorial 66/144

No 1

DYER, John Wesleyan Methodist minister Broughton [later Redhill] 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 494 County Daly

No 2

DYER, John out of business Pt Adelaide 1890 Application 21813

No 3

DYER, John farmer Balhannah 1902 Memorial 60/445

DYER, John formerly farmer Balhannah but now out of business Adelaide 1909 Application 25604

DYER, Joseph labourer Unley Park 1864 Memorial 54/200

No 1

DYER, Nicholas machinist Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

DYER, Nicholas machinist Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

No 1

DYER, Octavius gentleman Willunga 1915 Memorial 53/472

DYER, Octavius gentleman Willunga Methodist Church trustee 1915 Application 26429

No 1

DYER, Richard labourer Bowden 1839 Application 13773

DYER, Richard labourer Bowden 1849[-1851] Memorial 491/41.

DYER, Richard labourer Bowden. Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant 1852 Grant Book 1 Page 154 County Adelaide

DYER, Richard farmer New Tiers 1856 Memorial 302/112

DYER, Richard farmer New Tiers 1859 Application 247

DYER, Richard storekeeper New Tiers 1875 Memorial 146/284

DYER, Richard gardener New Tiers 1881 Memorial 249/329

DYER, Robert farmer Hundred of Grace trustee School and Cemetery Hundred of Grace Hundred of Grace land grant 1875 Grant Book 27 Page 52 County Gawler

No 1 - perhaps the same family

DYER, Thomas labourer Norwood 1866 Application 8047

DYER, Thomas the Elder labourer Adelaide (Wakefield St), died c1872. Husband of Margaret Dyer 'at present in the Lunatic Asylum'. Father of Thomas Dyer the Younger. Executors; Charles Mathews of Wakefield St [probably husband of Margaret Mathews] and Thomas Henry Cook of Cypress St Memorial 51/263

No 1

DYER, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 294/59

DYER, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 Memorial 232/130

No 2

DYER, William labourer Hindmarsh 1854[-1858] Memorial 395/68

DYER, William farmer Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

No 3

DYER, William miner Kapunda 1857[-1865] Memorial 183/120

No 1

DYER, William Sylvester dealer Williamstown 1907[-1926] Memorial 89/457

DYER, William Sylvester land owner Willamstown 1898 Application 23571

DYER, WV undertaker's assistant Kapunda 1900 Application 27849

DYKE, Henry John cabinetmaker Adelaide 1880 Application 26266

DYKE, John miller Mt Gambier Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 108 County Grey

No 1

DYKE, John Thomas gentleman Unley 1843 Memorial 409/2

DYKE, John Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide 1848 Memorial 49/14

DYKE, John Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 278/89

DYKE, John Thomas formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Victor, and Sarah Ann Dyer his wife 1873 Application 13041

No 1

DYKE, Richard coach builder Norwood 1857 Memorial 84/123

DYKE, Richard of North Adelaide 1882 Application 19033

No 1

DYKE, Thomas gentleman Priory St, Monmouth, Co Monmouth, England, died 19/2/1860, of diseased heart and several years' asthma, aged 55 Application 22998

No 2

DYKE, Thomas post and telegraph master Flinders. Trustee Institute Flinders Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 66 Page 188 County Robinson

DYKE, Thomas William formerly sergeant of water police 1858 but now labourer Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15318

DYKES, John Henry plasterer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 479/81

No 1

DYKES, Robert plasterer Adelaide, died 30/6/1885 a widower. Administrator; Adam Henderson Dykes bootmaker Adelaide by 1899 Memorial 22/439

DYKES, Robert plasterer Adelaide, died 30/6/1885 intestate and a widower. Adam Henderson Dykes bootmaker Adelaide his only next of kin Application 24026

DYMOCK, William Lindsay Bruce company secretary Adelaide and Lower North Road, Kilburn of British Tube Mills Aust Pty Ltd 1943 Memorial 37/517

DYMOND, Jane spinster Glenelg 1861 Memorial 205/172

She married Thomas Cook JUST. Mrs Cook had died by 1888. Wife of TC Just gentleman Latrobe Tas. Mother of Thomas Wemyss printer Launceston Tas Memorial 181/422

No 1

DYNON, Mary widow Wakefield River 1861 Memorial 284/177

DYNON, Mary widow Upper Wakefield 1865 Memorial 179/206

DYSON, Ada Letitia married woman 11 Field St, Adelaide 1937 Memorial 170/510

DYSON, John lucerne grower Findon 1909 Memorial 223/461

No 1

DYSON, John Thomas labourer Victor Harbor 1895 Memorial 117/424

DYSON, John Thomas, died 6/12/1903. Father of two children - Harold John William Dyson, who died 6/6/1939 and May Victoria Myrtle WICKENS married woman Cassie St, Roseberry 1952 Application 28787

DYSON, Matthew Henry Moorhouse gentleman Adelaide (King William St) 1842[-1846] Memorial 33/2

No 1

DYSTER, Thomas sawyer Adelaide (Light Square) 1848 Memorial 12/13

DYSTER, Thomas sawyer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 28/27

DYSTER, Thomas the Elder sawyer Adelaide 1866[-1867] Memorial 167/214

DYSTER, Thomas general dealer Adelaide, died 27/1/1876 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Jane Dyster, to settle the estate Memorial 60/289

DYSTER, Jane widow Adelaide 1876, relict of the late Thomas Dyster formerly sawyer Adelaide 1850. She could not write Application 14977