Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

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

 

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

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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

Names Beginning 'E*'

EADEN, Thomas farmer Willunga 1867 Memorial 10/224

EADES, Richard doctor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 61/34.

EAGAN, Martin labourer Marion 1885 Application 20695

No 1

EAGER, Edmund carpenter Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 397/80

EAGER, Edmund overseer of Government Works Robe 1867 Memorial 129/225

EAGER, Edmund carpenter Kingston S-E and Amelia Annie Eager his wife 1876 Memorial 67/290

No 1

EAGLE, Edwin Herbert farmer Redbanks Co Gawler. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 327 County Victoria

EAGLE, Edwin Herbert farmer Wandearah trustee Institute Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 328 County Victoria

No 1

EAGLE, Edwin John farmer Wandearah trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1895 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

EAGLE, Edwin John farmer Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1899 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

EAGLE, James Thornham labourer Wasleys linked with Reuben John Eagle labourer Semaphore 1882 Memorial 162/344

No 1

EAGLE, Reuben John labourer Thebarton 1841 Carrier Adelaide by 1848 Application 19867

EAGLE, Reuben John carrier Adelaide 1848 Memorial 156/12

EAGLE, Reuben John farmer Pt Elliot 1853[-1855] Memorial 496/65 Farmer Goolwa 1854 Memorial 15/66

No 1

EAGLE, Mr [perhaps Richard?] farmer Noarlunga 1855 Kingston Wesleyan Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 395/93

EAGLE, Richard farmer McLaren Vale 1856 Memorial 328/101

EAGLE, Richard farmer Noarlunga 1866 Memorial 178/208

No 2

EAGLE, Richard formerly farmer Willunga but now warder Adelaide 1893 Memorial 193/416

No 1

EAGLE, Samuel farmer The Finniss trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Queens Own Town Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 472 County Hindmarsh

EAGLE, Samuel farmer Lower Finniss 1873 Memorial 115/267

EAGLE, Samuel farmer Queens Own Town 1886 Memorial 80/381

No 1

EAGLETON, Charles solicitor 40 Chancery Lane, Middlesex, England, about to proceed to SA, appointed local attorney for the Eagleton Estate in SA 1881 Application 19044

EAGLETON, C clerk to Messrs KNOX, GWYNNE & HARGRAVE solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 166/349

No 1

EAGLETON, Edward Esquire Newgate St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to George MORPHETT gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/5/1848, and in default, John Morphett Deposit 177/OA

EAGLETON, Edward the Elder retired grocer and tea dealer late of Newgate St and Butcher Hall Lane, London, Middlesex, and of Montpelier Row, Blackheath, Lewisham, Kent, died 16/10/1860, of stomach disease and exhaustion, aged 73. He bequeathed his wife, Ann Eagleton, all his personal estate absolutely, £300 upon his death, and the income for life from his real estate, plus the right to live in his lease-hold house at Blackheath, provided she pay the rent. The real estate to remain in trust until her death, or after 21 years, whichever came first, when the property to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his surviving children - John Henry Eagleton, Ann Lovegrove, Edward Eagleton, Susannah Hyder Eagleton and Octavius Chapman Fryon Eagleton solicitor 40 Chancery Lane, Middlesex. JH and E Eagleton had inherited their father’s tea business (paying £310 rent a year and all rates and taxes until the other real estate sold, when they would also gain title to these business premises) and lived in Shooters Hill Rd, Blackheath. Other bequests to the household servants and to his grandchildren. Ann Eagleton widow of Edward Eagleton died 23/5/1862 1 Woodlands Tce, Blackheath, of several months’ chronic diarrhoea and exhaustion, aged 81. Their daughter, Ann Lovegrove, wife of Samuel Lovegrove wine merchant 2 Upper St, Germeins Tce, Liberty of Kidbrooke, Lea, Kent. Following their mother’s death, the two unmarried Eagleton daughters went to live at 9 Brunswick Rd, Brighton, Sussex. Edward Eagleton the Elder had invested in the Wellington Special Survey and the Hundred of Waterloo in SA 1882 Application 19044

No 1

EAKINS, Alexander labourer Magill 1869 Application 9974

EAKINS, Alexander gardener Magill 1886 Application 21130

EAKINS, Margaret spinster Magill 1859[-1881] Memorial 217/160

EAMER, John Harman/Hermann gentleman Kensington 1857[-1860] Memorial 218/126

No 1

EAMES, Richard armourer Bowden 1840 Application 3907

EAMES, Richard armourer Bowden 1854 Memorial 266/62

No 1

EAMES, Richard gun smith Adelaide 1843 Memorial 156/54

EAMES, Richard Joseph gunsmith Adelaide (Light Square) 1846 Memorial 363/6

EAMES, Richard Joseph farmer Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Memorial 4/95

EAMES, Richard Joseph farmer Saddleworth 1856 Memorial 451/95

No 1

EARDLEY, George Thomas carrier Hindmarsh 1862 Memorial 100/186

EARDLEY, George Thomas carrier Brompton 1876 Memorial 204/288

EARDLEY, George Thomas formerly currier Brompton but now out of business Bacon St, Hindmarsh 1908 Application 25484

EARL, Alfred Hayball of Kilkenny linked with Susan Earl of Kilkenny not described 1888 Memorial 202/389

No 1

EARL, Charles of Echunga 1853 Memorial 358/47

EARL, Charles yeoman Echunga 1857 Memorial 347/121

No 1

EARL, Edward labourer Angaston 1855 Memorial 452/82

EARL, Edward labourer formerly of Angaston but now of Inverleigh near Geelong Vic 1864 Memorial 77/200

No 2

EARL, Edward orchardist near Angaston 1924, declared that he had lived in the district for more than 60 years Application 27323

EARL, Henry Samuel minister of the gospel The Beeches, Westridge Road, Portswood, Southampton, Hants, England, power of attorney to Henry GILES, James SMITH, Clement GILES, and Henry BOWEN co-partners in the firm of Giles & Smith Adelaide, to attend to his SA business affairs 7/9/1882 Deposit 77/1884

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EARL, John gardener Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 46/34

EARL, John gardener Echunga 1852 Memorial 318/45

No 2

EARL, John farmer Angaston Hundred of Grace land grant 1869 Grant Book 27 Page 62 County Gawler

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

EARL, Joseph the Younger labourer Angaston 1856 Memorial 348/111

EARL, Joseph the Elder labourer Angaston linked with William Earl labourer Angaston 1864 Memorial 224/197

EARL, Joseph labourer Angaston 1868 Memorial 103/228

EARL, Joseph gardener near Angaston, died 21/3/1881. His executors refused to act, and the terms of the will also deemed unsatisfactory. His widow, Sarah Earl, to apply for letters of administration to put all the real estate under the RPA. Then she and a granddaughter, Charlotte Earl, to get £10 each, as per her late husband’s wishes. The whole of the personal and real estate to be sold under eldest son John Earl’s supervision; the widow to receive £100 from the proceeds and the remainder to be divided equally amongst John Earl farmer Grace Plains, Jane HIPWELL wife of Isaac Hipwell carpenter Pewsey Vale; Mary GREEN wife of Henry Green labourer Angaston; Edward Earl farmer Etheldale Jerilderie NSW; William Earl labourer Inverleigh Vic; Eliza YATES wife of John Yates tinsmith Albury NSW; and Annie BUTTON wife of Edward Button farmer Redhill Application 18849

EARL, Joseph the Younger labourer Angaston 1912 Application 26103

EARL, Mary widow Kanmantoo 1885 Memorial 195/365

EARL, Richard farmer Weetulta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 427 County Daly

EARL, Robert C of the Lands Titles Office, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 198/398

No 1 - possibly the same person

EARL, Thomas gardener Adelaide (North Tce) 1849 Memorial 84/18

EARL, Thomas gardener Glen Osmond 1849[-1850] Memorial 305/28

No 2

EARL/EARLE, Thomas of Kilkenny 1888 Memorial 201/389

EARL, Walter Henry schoolmaster Melrose 1873 Memorial 237/269

EARL, William labourer Angaston 1855[-1864] Memorial 451/82

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EARLE, Charles Harvey builder Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1850 Memorial 3/27

EARLE, Charles Harvey publican Adelaide (Wheelwright Arms Roper St) 1854 Memorial 115/63

EARLE, Charles Harvey carpenter Walkerville 1871 Memorial 101/253

EARLE, Charles Harvey builder Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 62/316

No 1
EARLE, George farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1855 Memorial 435/79

EARLE, George farmer [formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now of] Mintaro 1865 Memorial 193/236

EARLE, George farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 197 County Dalhousie

No 2
EARLE, George farmer Gumeracha 1860 Memorial 137/163

EARLE, George Arthur cutter Adelaide linked with Joseph John Earle formerly grocer Pt Adelaide but now gentleman Payneham 1907 Memorial 155/457

EARLE, Horace clerk to Messrs J & C ROGERS solicitors 22 Manchester Buildings, Westminster, Middlesex, England 1851 Memorial 25/34

No 1

EARLE, Joseph John storekeeper Pt Adelaide, and Margaret Smith Earle, his wife 1868. Enrolment 49/51

EARLE, Joseph John storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 28/270

EARLE, Joseph John grocer Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 49/315

EARLE, Joseph John storekeeper Pt Adelaide formerly for many years of 4Walkerville 1880 Application 18302

EARLE, JJ baker Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19145

EARLE, Joseph Vincent shipping clerk formerly of Rosewater but now of Woodville 1937 Memorial 50/511 

No 1

EARLE, Samuel farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1856 Memorial 306/97

No 21

EARLE, Samuel farmer Hundred of Caroline Hundred of Caroline land grant 1893 Grant Book 31 Page 6 County Grey

EARLE, Sarah and Catherine spinsters Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 430/21

EARLE, Thomas labourer Auburn 1864 Memorial 191/201

No 1

EARLE, William teacher Glendore Black Springs 1869 Application 9991

No 1

EARLE, William farmer Kadina 1880 Memorial 61/330

EARLE, William farmer Ardrossan 1885 Memorial 142/364

EARLEY, Charles painter Robert St, Hindmarsh 1896 Application 23195

No 1

EARLS, Edward Leo labourer Callington 1923 Memorial 71/488

EARLS, Edward Leo mail contractor Woodside, died 5/12/1950 Adelaide. Husband of Ada Gertrude Earls Memorial 146/526

EARLS, Henry Joseph butcher Callington and Margaret Earls his wife 1885 Application 20443

No 1

EARLS, John miner Callington 1909 Memorial 74/462

EARLS, John miner Callington on the Bremer, died 5/10/1913 intestate. Husband of Lily Ellen Earls. Father of Lily Gertrude Earls spinster Callington (later wife of John Patrick BURKE clerk Long St, Queenstown by 1923). Estate worth £60 Memorials 129/479, 71/488

EARLY, William farmer near Clare Hundred of Andrews land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 312 County Stanley

No 1

EARWAKER, John labourer Unley 1856[-1859] Memorial 371/97

EARWAKER, John formerly labourer Unley 1856 but now farmer Millbrook 1868 Application 9486

No 1

EASLEA, George Freeman woodsplitter The Tiers 1855[-1857] Memorial 86/92

EASLEA, George Freeman farmer Mt Barker 1858[-1859] Memorial 61/133, Application 726

EASLEA,, George farmer Mt Barker 1874 Application 13393

EASLEA, Harold Clarence Thomas driver Littlehampton 1954 Memorial 153/529

No 1

EASOM, Alexander Francis Richmond auctioneer's clerk Thomas St, Croydon 1943 Memorial 90/517

EASOM, Alexander Francis Richmond auctioneer's clerk Thomas St, Croydon and Beatrice Lavinia Easom his wife 1949 Memorial 105/524

No 1

EASOM, David Francis carpenter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 328/17

EASOM, David Francis carpenter Pine Forest 1851 Memorial 411/34

EASOM, David Francis carpenter Enfield 1851[-1854] Memorial 475/30.

EASOM, David Francis machinemaker Enfield Blanchetown township allotment land grant 1857 Grant Book 17 Page 292 County Eyre

EASOM, David Francis machinist Enfield 1859 Application 812

EASOM, David Francis machinist Enfield Co Adelaide. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 134 County Victoria

EASOM, David Francis machinist Enfield. Sapphiretown (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 11 Page 2 County Carnarvon

EASOM, David Francis machinist New Glenelg Co Adelaide. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 302 County Dalhousie

EASOM, John Francis machinist Enfield and Maria Urquhart Easom his wife 1886 Memorial 219/380

EASON, William farmer Lyndoch Valley 1865 Memorial 246/205

EAST, Jane spinster Chain of Ponds 1849 Memorial 112/18

EAST, JW undertaker Auburn 1911 Application 27658

No 1

EAST, Samuel farmer Magill 1842 Memorial 186/2

EAST, Samuel farmer Woodforde near Magill 1843 Memorial 479/2

EAST, Samuel gentleman Kensington 1860 Application 1935

No 2

EAST, Samuel the Younger wheelwright Adelaide 1838 Application 3100

EAST, Samuel the Younger wheelwright Adelaide 1845 Memorial 315/4

EAST, Samuel wheelwright Adelaide and Mary East his wife formerly Mary ROBERTSON wife of Thomas Robertson now deceased 1854 Memorial 110/68

EAST, Samuel wheelwright Kooringa 1857 Memorial 314/127

EAST, Samuel (formerly the Younger) wheelwright Kooringa 1895 Memorial 100/424

EAST, William Henry police trooper Hammond Hammond township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 735 County Frome

EASTER, Alfred carpenter Portland Estate 1875[-1882] Memorial 11/280, Application 15535

EASTERBROOK, Richard White and William of Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 3/372

No 1

EASTERBROOK, Thomas farmer near Templers 1881 Application 18374

EASTERBROOK, Thomas the Younger linked with Section 108 Hundred of Cunningham Co Fergusson 1881 Memorial 219/332

EASTERBROOK, Thomas the Younger farmer Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

No 1

EASTGATE, Elijah labourer Marion 1859 Memorial 317/156

EASTGATE, Elijah labourer Marion 1860 Application 1310

EASTGATE, Elijah farmer Section 118 near Adelaide 1866 Memorial 166/216

No 1

EASTHER, Alfred and Edward sawyers Cox Creek 1854[-1858] Memorial 362/73

EASTHER, Alfred formerly carpenter but now labourer Portland Estate 1888 Application 21506

EASTHER, Alfred William of Orroroo. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 138 County Dalhousie

No 1

EASTHER, Charles storekeeper Orroroo. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 137 County Dalhousie

EASTHER, Charles Henry storekeeper Orroroo trustee Orroroo Institute 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 138 County Dalhousie

EASTHER, Charles Henry of Orroroo 1889 Memorial 98/411

EASTHER, Charles Henry labourer Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1897 Grant Book 13 Page 228 County Dalhousie

No 1

EASTHER, Edward sawyer Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 468/93

EASTHER, Edward sawyer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Unley Park 1863 Memorial 223/188

EASTHER, Edward sawyer formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Unley Park 1866 Application 7119

EASTHER, Edward [formerly sawyer Unley Park but now] publican Belair Hotel Belair 1884 Memorial 236/355

No 1

EASTHER, William landowner Brownhill Creek Mitcham 1851[-1854] Memorial 170/49

EASTHER, William gentleman formerly of Mitcham but now of Cox Creek 1857 Memorial 100/123

EASTHER, William gentleman Adelaide 1882 Memorial 216/338

EASTON, Alfred farmer North Shields, died 6/11/1910 Pt Lincoln intestate. Letters of administration to his son, John Herbert Easton farm labourer North Shields. Estate worth £50 1912 Application 26118

No 1 - probably the same person

EASTON, Charles farmer near Clarendon and Elizabeth Easton his wife nee Elizabeth PAYNTER 1860 Memorial 35/164

EASTON, Charles farmer Morphett Vale 1860 Memorial 53/166

EASTON, Charles Daniel vineyard manager Happy Valley 1923 Application 27145

EASTON, Daniel farmer Morphett Vale 1857[-1860] Memorial 11/118

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

EASTON, David Henry labourer Happy Valley Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

No 1

EASTON, Edward labourer Morphett Vale 1906 Memorial 133/455

EASTON, Edward labourer formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Ascot Park 1947 Memorial 104/521

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

EASTON, Frederick bricklayer Sturt River 1847 Memorial 232/8

EASTON, Frederick bricklayer Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 164/11

EASTON, Frederick labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 395/22

EASTON, Frederick the Elder bricklayer Marion 1852[-1859] Memorial 241/41.

EASTON, Frederick the Younger bricklayer Marion 1858 Memorial 82/144

EASTON, Frederick farmer The Sturt 1860 Application 1098

EASTON, George farmer Morphett Vale 1882 Memorial 1/338

EASTON, George Frederick farmer Edithburgh Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EASTON, Isaac of Helston on the Light 1854 Memorial 312/62

EASTON, Isaac farmer McLaren Vale 1862 Memorial 118/181

No 1

EASTON, James shoemaker Adelaide (Rosina St) 1853 Memorial 207/51

EASTON, James farmer Pt Gawler 1855[-1866] Memorial 341/93

EASTON, James formerly shoemaker Adelaide (Rosina St) 1853 but now farmer Pt Gawler 1868 Application 9000

EASTON, James farmer Two Wells 1876 Application 15526

EASTON, Leslie Reginald quarry foreman Iron Knob 1948 Memorial 122/522

EASTON, Norman Alfred dairyman Little Swamp and Nita Melva Easton his wife 1962 Application 29420

EASTON, Robert labourer Gawler West 1865 Application 6978

No 1

EASTWOOD, Charles farmer Rhynie 1884 Memorial 191/355

EASTWOOD, Charles farmer Woolsheds trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

EASTWOOD, Hannah widow Pt Elliot 1856[-1872] Memorial 1550/181

EASTWOOD, John police constable Adelaide 1847 Memorial 461/7

EASTWOOD, Samson farmer Aldinga 1872 Memorial 36/275

No 1

EASTWOOD, Simeon shepherd Currency Creek 1844 Memorial 479/46

EASTWOOD, Simeon farmer Currency Creek 1853[-1858] Memorial 301/50

EATES, Ada May widow Aldinga, relict of the late Thomas Darwin Eates farmer Hundred of Kelly, a daughter of Treaza CULLEY widow formerly of Sellick Hill but now of Aldinga 1924 Application 28247

No 1

EATON, Alfred labourer Penola 1857 Memorial 79/174

EATON, Alfred carpenter Penola 1870 Application 11091

EATON, Alfred carpenter Penola 1873 Memorial 85/270

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EATON, George storekeeper Goolwa 1864 Memorial 298/194

EATON, George storekeeper Goolwa 1875 Application 14490

EATON, George importer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1880[-1883] Memorial 104/326

No 1

EATON, John labourer Willunga 1863 Memorial 140/190

EATON, John labourer Willunga 1882 Application 19141

EATON, Robert farmer Willunga 1880 Memorial 10/322

No 1

EATON, William labourer Kingston near Pt Adelaide 1856[-1886] Memorial 130/96

EATON, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 20923

EATON, William labourer Kingston near Pt Adelaide linked with William James Eaton painter North Adelaide 1888 Memorial 55/389

EATT, Arthur Albert labourer Willunga 1924 Memorial 14/490

No 1

EATT, Reuben carpenter Yankalilla married Elizabeth CLARKE widow Myponga, on 9/6/1897. The Reuben Eatts still lived in Myponga in 1911 Memorials 229 & 230/464

EATT, Reuben out of business Yankalilla and Elizabeth Eatt his wife 1917 Memorial 143/475

No 1

EATTS, Albert Henry and William Alfred farmers Aldinga 1913 Memorial 92/468

EATTS, Albert Henry farmer Aldinga 1915 Memorial 53/472

EATTS, Albert Henry farmer Aldinga. Aldinga Methodist Church trustee 1915 Application 26429

EATTS, Albert Henry farmer Aldinga linked with Thomas Darwin Eatts farmer Hundred of Kelly 1918 Memorial 186/478

EATTS, Albert Henry died 18/3/1918. Thomas Darwin Eatts farmer Hundred of Kelly and Ada May Eatts his wife linked with William Alfred Eatts farmer Aldinga 1924 Memorials 41 & 151/490

EATTS, Albert Henry farmer Aldinga, died 18/3/1918. His estate worth £4,000. His wife, Thyrza Eatts, to have the use of their house and their enclosed garden in trust for life, or as long as she remained his widow; she was also to get £50 a year under the same conditions; then to sell parts of his farm as necessary to provide £200 for his daughter Gladys Muriel Eatts, when she turned 21; the other unnamed daughters to get £400 each. AH Eatts used to farm the property with his brother, William Eatts. A relative, perhaps a son, Darwin Thomas Eatts farmer Aldinga, mentioned by name. Other sons and daughters by inference. The will appears to be rather confusing in its provisions Application 27216

EATTS, Arthur Albert farmer Myponga 1922 Memorial 43/486

EATS, Charles Walter, Frank Artely and Herbert Ernest farmers Myponga 1918 Application 26657

No 1

EATS, Jonathan linked with Section 684 Hundred of Myponga 1876 Memorial 22/289

EATTS, Jonathan farmer Myponga. Myponga Institute trustee 1891 Memorial 148/407

EATTS, Jonathan farmer formerly of Myponga but now of Milang 1922 Memorial 43/486

EATTS, Thomas farmer Myponga 1883 Memorial 147/381

EATS, Wilfred farmer Pompoota 1943 Application 28362

EBBS, Edward storekeeper Salisbury 1877 Memorial 180/301

EBBS, Edward Jones carpenter Stepney 1850 Memorial 413/22

EBBS, Edward Montague and JUDD, Edwin trading as Ebbs & Judd storekeepers Salisbury 1876 Application 15417

No 1

EBBS, Harvey Langford clerk in holy orders Burra 1917 Memorial 136/475

EBBS, Harvey Langford clerk in holy orders formerly of Burra but now of Culcairn NSW 1923 Memorial 116/489

EBBS, John Edward carpenter North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 413/22

No 1

EBDY, Edmund John Battensley gentleman North Adelaide and Mary Ebdy his wife 1887 Memorial 165/387

EBDY, Edmund John Battensley gentleman Salisbury and Mary Ebdy his wife 1891[-1897] Memorial 61/411

EBDY, Mary wife of Edmund John Battensley Ebdy gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to her husband to manage her business affairs while she was in parts beyond the sea 2/9/1897 Application 24190

EBDY, Mary wife of Edmund John Battensby Ebdy gentleman Adelaide, temporarily of parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to her husband to conduct her SA business affairs 22/9/1897 Deposit 2/1898.

No 1

EBERHARD, Heinrich perfumer Gawler 1858 Memorial 254/136

EBERHARD, Heinrich hairdresser Gawler 1859[-1863] Memorial 119/157, Application 4558

EBERHARD, H barber Gawler 1863 Application 4592

No 1 – perhaps the same person

EBERHARD, Heinrich Friedrich August the Younger farmer near Robertstown 1886 Memorial 65/377

EBERHARD, Heinrich Friedrich August farmer near Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1903 Grant Book 9 Page 49 County Burra

No 1

EBERHARD, Wilhelm Carl Leopold surgeon Tanunda 1856 Memorial 166/107

EBERHARDT, Wilhelmine Clementine Therese wife of Wilhelm Carl Leopold Eberhardt surgeon Tanunda formerly WCT HEUZENROEDER spinster 1856 Memorial 19/113

EBERLI, Ulrich hotel proprietor Adelaide 1886 Memorial 128/373

EBERT, Antoine Christoph farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1918 Grant Book 11 Page 18 County Carnarvon

EBERT, Johann Ernst Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Daveyston 1865 Application 6656

No 1

EBSARY, Ezekiel farmer Kangaroo Flat near Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 444 County Daly.

EBSARY, Ezekiel farmer Hundred of Cameron 1891 Memorial 34/411

EBSARY, Ezekiel farmer Hundred of Cameron 1894 Grant Book 15 Page 3 County Daly

EBSARY, Ezekiel farmer Bute 1897 Grant Book 15 Page 3 County

Daly

No 1

EBSARY, Richard farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1858[-1859] Memorial 13/137

EBSARY, Richard farmer Mudla Wirra Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1859 Grant Book 27 Page 268 County Gawler

EBSARY, Samuel farmer Cameron Hundred of Wiltunga land grant 1892 Grant Book 15 Page 3 County Daly

EBSWORTH, Albert Elderton Walter gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 665 County Frome

EBSWORTH, Charles James bank accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 62/338

No 1

EBSWORTH, Francis Alfred Matcham accountant for the Adelaide branch of the Savings Bank of SA 1892[-1897] Memorial 133/415, Application 23035

EBSWORTH, FAM accountant Parkside 1913 Memorial 24/469

No 1

EBSWORTH, Henry of Adelaide 1880 Memorial 65/320

EBSWORTH, Henry managing law clerk Adelaide 1883 Application 19865

No 1 - probably the same person

EBSWORTH, Percy Elderton James gentleman Adelaide 1912 Memorial 231/465

EBSWORTH, PE bank clerk Adelaide 1912 Memorial 233/465

No 1

EBSWORTH, Thomas Lindsay gentleman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 148/152

EBSWORTH, Thomas Lindsay gentleman North Adelaide, died c1878. Husband of Hanrietta Ebsworth 1878 Memorial 212/327

EBSWORTH, Harriette widow North Adelaide, died c1878. Linked with Albert Elderton Walter Ebsworth no description Memorial 213/327

EBURN, George carpenter Glenelg 1851[-1854] Memorial 457/34.

ECHEVARRI, J spinster Adelaide 1918 Memorial 19/477

ECKERMANN, Ernst Herrmann gardener Gawler 1922 Memorial 109/486

ECKERMANN, Friedrich Heinrich storekeeper Greenock 1856 Memorial 293/104

ECKERMANN, Hans Heinrich farmer Blumberg 1853 Memorial 113/55

ECKERMANN, Hermann farmer Booleroo 1887 Memorial 33/387

ECKERMANN, Heinrich farmer near Steelton on the Dirty Light Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1866 Grant Book 44 Page 318 County Light

ECKERMANN, Thedor Gustav mail contractor Rosenthal. St Martin's Lutheran Church Rosenthal trustee 1929 Memorial 19/502

ECKERMANN, Wilhelm Paul stud Jersey breeder near Eudunda. Emmaeus Lutheran Church trustee 1928 Memorial 155/500

ECKERSLEY, Frank Cecil farm labourer Freeling 1906 Memorial 228/454

No 1

ECKERSLEY, James miner Nairne 1852 Memorial 431/42.

ECKERSLEY, James miner Brighton 1853[-1866] Memorial 113/53

ECKERSLEY, James the Elder farmer Brighton, died 16/11/1877. His entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Eckersley, for life, then equally to his sons, James Eckersley the Younger and William Henry Eckersley, with certain stipulations. Elizabeth Eckersley died 19/11/1878. By 1882, James Eckersley the Younger farmer formerly of Brighton but now of Aldinga; William Henry Eckersley teacher formerly of Brighton but now of Parkside. Elizabeth Ann WHEATON wife of Henry Jeffrey Wheaton farmer Sellick Hill, was a daughter of James Eckersley the Elder. She received £200 from her brothers because they decided to sell the former Eckersley home at Brighton Memorials 131 & 132/339

ECKERSLEY, Elizabeth widow of James Eckersley Brighton, died 12/11/1878 of paralysis, aged 63. Mother of WH Eckersley of Brighton Application 19178

ECKERSLEY, James the Younger farmer Brighton 1878 Memorial 83/310

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ECKERSLEY, William Henry farmer Brighton 1878 Memorial 82/310

ECKERSLEY, William Henry formerly of Brighton but now teacher Parkside 1882 Memorial 132/339

ECKERSLEY, WH schoolmaster Milang 1894 Application 22711

No 1

ECKERT, Carl Wilhelm Philipp retired hotelkeeper Ferguson Ave, Myrtle Bank 1928 Memorial 37/500

ECKERT, Carl Wilhelm Philipp retired hotelkeeper formerly of Ferguson Ave, Myrtle Bank but now of 25 Hudson St, Prospect 1938 Memorial 182/512

ECKERT, Carl Wilhelm Philipp out of business Hudson St, Prospect, died 19/8/1941. Husband of Johanne Pauline Eckert. Father of Sydney Herbert Eckert. Father-in-law of Mabel Ellen Eckert. Other children mentioned but not named Memorial 44/516

ECKERT, Johanna Pauline widow of Hudson St, Prospect and ECKERT, Sydney Herbert barman 12 Alexandra Ave, Prospect 1943, executors for the will of the late Carl Wilhelm Philipp Eckert retired hotelkeeper 25 Hudson St, Prospect who died 19/8/1941 Application 28365

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ECKERT, Friedrich farmer Light Pass 1858 Memorial 311/136

ECKERT, Friedrich farmer Friedrichswalde 1887[-1888] Memorial 206/386

ECKERT, Johann Ernst labourer Eudunda 1912 Memorial 154/467
No 1 - perhaps the same person

ECKERT, Friedrich Johann farmer Robertstown 1889 Memorial 23/399

ECKERT, Johann Friedrich farmer Emu Downs. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1908 Grant Book 8 Page 65 County Burra

No 1 - Johann Gottlieb

ECKERT, Gottlieb farmer near Lobethal 1850 Memorial 66/28 ECKERT, Johann Gottlieb farmer Lobethal 1853[-1881] Memorial 341/62, Application 18820

No 1

ECKERT, Martin farmer Hundred of Yarrah 1887 Memorial 177/384

ECKERT, Martin farmer Hundred of Yarrah Hundred of Yarrah land grant 1903 Grant Book 49 Page 216 County Newcastle

No 1

ECKERT, Paul Hermann farmer near Robertstown 1885[-1887] Memorial 169/368

ECKERT, Paul farmer near Robertstown, became a bankrupt in 1887 Memorial 17/387

No 1

ECKHOLD, Friedrich Theodor brickmaker Hindmarsh 1848[-1863] Memorial 113/12 Bootmaker Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 190/20 Milang allotments purchase 1855 Memorial 385/84

eckhold, Friedrich Theodor brickmaker Hindmarsh 1864 Application 6349

No 1

ECKLEY, George Harley carpenter Bowden 1852 Memorial 358/42

ECKLEY, George Harley yeoman Bowden 1852[-1853] Timber merchant Bowden 1853[-1854]. Husband of Mary Ellen Eckley. Enrolments 83/22 & 13/28

ECKLEY, George Harley yeoman Bowden 1854[-1855] Memorial 275/75

ECKLEY, George Harley builder Bowden 1854[-1855] Memorial 251/79

ECKLEY, George Harley builder Bowden and Mary Ellen Eckley his wife 1855 Application 25158

ECONOMOS, Louis fish merchant Pt Lincoln 1945 Memorial 138/519

EDDINGTON, Charles sawyer New Tiers 1855[-1884] Memorial 89/89

No 1

EDDY, Edmund Thomas phonograph salesman Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1919 Memorial 49/479

EDDY, Edmund Thomas music warehouseman Adelaide 1925 Memorial 87/492

EDDY, Elizabeth widow Kooringa 1860 Memorial 315/162

No 1

EDDY, James miner Kooringa 1852 Memorial 341/208

EDDY, James miner Eaglehawk Tarrangawer Vic. He owned land near Burra 1866 Memorial 98/215

No 2

EDDY, James butcher Prospect 1912 Memorial 66/466

EDDY, James butcher Little Adelaide 1912 Application 26093

EDDY, James butcher Prospect 1913 Application 26162

EDDY, John farmer Mt Barker 1852[-1861] Memorial 119/43

EDELSTEN, Peter, Michael KINGSBOROUGH and Samuel Crawford PEARSON drapers and co-partners Adelaide (Pirie St) trading under the style or firm of Edelston, Kingsborough & Pearson 1867 Memorial 213/238

No 1

EDEN, John farmer Tiparra. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in the Hundred of Tiparra 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

EDEN, John farmer Agery. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 427 County Daly

EDEN, John farmer East Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 281 County Daly

EDGAR, James gentleman Collingwood Vic and Ann Edgar his wife formerly Ann WARD, had links with Kilkenny 1857 Memorial 51/128

EDGAR, John farmer Glen Osmond 1859 Application 994

EDGECOMBE, John Barnabas labourer Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 95 County Daly

EDGCUMBE, Charles baker North Adelaide, died 29/1/1892 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Martha Adelaide Edgcumbe, to settle his £2,500 estate 1892 Memorial 13/415

No 1

EDGCUMBE, Charles E private secretary to HE Governor Sir James FERGUSSON Adelaide 1869 Memorial 231/241

EDGCUMBE, Charles E private secretary to Sir James FERGUSSON Governor of SA 1870[-1875] Memorial 248/260

EDGCUMBE, Elizabeth housekeeper Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 31 Page 302 County Grey

EDGE, Ebenezer Samuel carpenter Gawler 1857 Memorial 200/124

No 1

EDGE, Thomas plumber and glazier Brownhill Creek 1845 Memorial 213/5

EDGE, Thomas farmer Section 262 Brownhill Creek 1845 Memorial 388/5

EDGE, Thomas painter formerly of Adelaide now of Mitcham 1853 Memorial 151/47

EDGE, Thomas painter Mitcham 1853 Memorial 347/52

EDGE, Thomas gentleman formerly of Mitcham but now of Angaston 1859 Memorial 103/149

EDGE, Thomas farmer Nuriootpa 1869 Application 9888

EDGE, Thomas gentleman formerly of Angaston but now in parts beyond the seas 1873[-1878] Memorial 64/266

No 1

EDGECOMBE, Ebenezer Samuel carpenter Gawler 1857 Memorial 200/124

EDGECOMBE, Ebenezer Samuel builder Gawler 1858 Memorial EDGECOMBE, Ebenezer Samuel carpenter Auburn 1868 Application 9578

EDGECOMBE, Ebenezer Samuel carpenter New Auburn. East Auburn Disciples of Christ chapel trustee 1871 Memorial 239/251

No 1

EDGECOMBE, Edwin Bennett grocer Adelaide 1848[-1856] prominent Methodist. Enterprise Mining Company member 1847 Memorial 448/8 4/1/1849 EB EDGECOMBE and James PHILLIPS Trustees of the Enterprise Mining Co, leased Section 2706 Hundred of Strathalbyn for a year at £25 from GM STEPHEN.

EDGECOMBE, Edwin Bennett storekeeper Adelaide 1848 Memorial 133/35 Farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 93/53

EDGECOMBE, Edwin Bennett farmer Gawler River 1857[-1858]

Memorial 92/515

EDGECOMBE, Edwin Bennett formerly farmer Gawler River but now storekeeper Kapunda 1864 Memorial 212/193

EDGECOMBE, Edwin Bennett died 5/10/1890 in Moore St, Adelaide Memorial 111/405

EDGECOMBE, Mary widow Beyer St, Norwood 1919, declared she had lived in Norwood for 50 years and in a house on the corner of Union and Beyer Sts for over 30 years Application 26763

No 1

EDGECUMBE, Charles baker North Adelaide 1887 Memorial 89/383

EDGECUMBE, Charles baker North Adelaide, died 9/1/1892 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Martha Adelaide Edgecumbe, to settle his £2,500 estate Memorial 13/415

EDGELOE, Charles farmer Apoinga 1868 Memorial 90/232

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EDGELOE, John farmer Tothill Creek 1865 Memorial 177/202

EDGELOE, John farmer Apoinga 1875 Application 14205

EDGELOE, John farmer formerly of Tothill Creek but now of Black Springs 1876 Memorial 180/293

EDGELOE, John farmer Arkaba trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1882 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

EDGELOE, John farmer Arkaba 1886 Memorial 50/376

EDGELOE, John farmer Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1891 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

EDGELOE, John farmer Willow Plains Co Frome. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 5 Page 17 County Blachford

EDGELOE, RW law clerk to Louis VON DOUSSA solicitor Mt Barker 1894 Application 22630

No 1

EDGER, Benjamin gentleman Adelaide 1841 Application 15182

EDGER, Benjamin farmer of the Onkaparinga Road near Edwardstown 1841 Application 25199

EDGER, Benjamin farmer Section 47 District B 1842 Memorial 186/2

EDGER, Benjamin farmer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 590/4

EDGER, Benjamin formerly of the District of Adelaide but now of 2 St James Place, Bethnal Green, Middlesex, England 1853 Memorial 106/62

EDGERTON, Hugh Aldersey gentleman Allen Creek near Kapunda 1857 Memorial 240/122

EDINGER, William theatrical assistant Theatre Royal, Melbourne Vic and Anne Edinger his wife nee Anne GAYLARD 1875 Memorial 68/285

EDGINTON, George shepherd South Rhine 1859[-1879] Memorial 56/160

No 1

EDGINTON, James railway packer Eudunda Hundred of Julia Creek land grant 1900 Grant Book 44 Page 81 County Light

EDGINTON, James labourer Kapunda 1911 Application 26000

No 1

EDGINTON, Mark labourer Bagot Well 1883 Memorial 131/349

EDGINTON, Mark farmer Bagot Well Hundred of English land grant 1884 Grant Book 17 Page 171 County Eyre

EDLER, David Siemon merchant Adelaide (Leigh St) 1854[-1856] Memorial 88/72

EDLER, Jacob Siemon importer Adelaide (Leigh St) 1855 Memorial 236/91

No 1

EDLER, Moses gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 53/26

EDLER, Moses Siemon gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 313/35.

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EDLIN, Charles printer Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 371/57

EDLIN, Charles accountant Kooringa 1876 Memorial 154/295

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EDLIN, Henry gentleman Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 53/167

EDLIN, Henry merchant Pt Adelaide 1862. Possibly at Kooringa by 1866 Memorials 99/181 & 100/212

EDLIN, Henry John gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 395/65

EDLINGTON, Robert wheelwright Adelaide (Hindley St) 1846 Memorial 482/6

EDMANDS, Samuel labourer Lyndoch, died c1874. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Edmands, during her widowhood, then to his surviving children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Children not named Memorial 112/275

EDMEADES, Henry brewer Adelaide 1879 Memorial 198/313

No 1

EDMEADES, Thomas Wesleyan minister Melrose Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 6 County Newcastle

EDMEADES, Thomas Wesleyan Methodist minister Melrose 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

No 1

EDMEADES, Thomas Alfred gentleman Adelaide 1878 Memorial 18/311

EDMEADES, Thomas A bank manager Adelaide 1897 Memorial 145/433

No 1

EDMOND, John Herbert William 21 bachelor gentleman (Father: William Edmond) married Cecilia Helen HARLOW 22 spinster (Father; Robert Henry Harlow) on 21/11/1875 RC Presbytery Morphett Vale. Minister; Peter HUGHES. Witnesses: Joseph STEPHENS student Morphett Vale and Jane HUGHES of Morphett Vale Application 25730

EDMOND, John Herbert William gentleman Adelaide, and Cecilia Helen Edmond his wife 1875, daughter of the late Robert Henry HARLOW merchant Adelaide, and Cecilia his wife Application 14036

EDMOND, John Herbert William gentleman Adelaide and Cecilia Helen Edmond his wife formerly CH HARLOW 1876 Memorial 112/289

EDMONDS, Alice of Petersburg 1897 Memorial 204/431

EDMONDS, Alfred George plumber Belair testified that he was a son of Elizabeth Mary Ann Edmonds widow Belair 1926. Application 27425

EDMONDS, Charles W storekeeper Macclesfield 1897 Memorial 29/432

No 1

EDMONDS, Elizabeth widow Belair 1876[-1877] Memorial 232/290

EDMONDS, Elizabeth Mary Ann widow Belair 1926, declared that she had had dealings with Belair since 1865. Mother of Alfred George Edmonds plumber Belair Applications 27425

EDMONDS, Ernest Albert engine driver Alberton 1904 Application 24745

EDMONDS, EW bank officer Kooringa 1930 Memorial 178/503

EDMONDS, George William farmer Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1932 Grant Book 2 Page 108 County Adelaide

No 1

EDMONDS, Joseph of Gumbowie 1883 Memorial 156/350

EDMONDS, Joseph of Gumbowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 45 County Kimberley

No 1

EDMONDS, Mary Elizabeth spinster Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 103/70

EDMONDS, Mary Elizabeth spinster Noarlunga, by 1925 Mary Elizabeth DUTTON widow Beaumont Memorial 75/523

No 1 - likely to be the same person

EDMONDS, Richard yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 31/55

EDMONDS, Richard of Goodwood Park 1857 Memorial 143/232

EDMONDS, Richard yeoman Goodwood Park 1866 Memorial 243/210

EDMONDS, Richard labourer Goodwood Park 1870 Memorial 215/248

EDMONDS, Thomas farm labourer Hallett 1883 Memorial 154/354

No 1

EDMONDS, William farmer Watergate near Macclesfield 1852 Memorial 406/50

EDMONDS, William 27 married Leah LEEDHAM 18 ticket of leave (Father: George Pearson Leedham by 1880 farmer Macclesfield) on 23/7/1844 St John Launceston VDL. The families moved to SA. William Edmonds sawyer Macclesfield, died 13/7/1863 intestate, of phlegmon, aged 45. His eldest son, George Benjamin Edmonds Bugle Ranges, died 12/2/1857 in childhood. The next surviving son and heir at law was Charles William Edmonds farmer Macclesfield, born 13/2/1853. Leah Edmonds remarried to Joseph LATTER storekeeper Echunga Application 18286

No 2

EDMONDS, William farmer Gumbowie 1881 Memorial 6/332

EDMONDS, William farmer Gumbowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 44 County Kimberley

No 1

EDMONDS, William Bennett gentleman Adelaide 1841 Memorial 239/1

EDMONDS, William Bennett Esquire Adelaide 1842 Application 21373

EDMONDS, William Bennett settler Onkaparinga 1842 Memorial 206/2 Land agent Adelaide 1846 Memorial 302/7 Brewer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 494/62

EDMONDS, William B clerk of the local court Kadina 1861[-1862] Memorial 9/178

EDMONDS, Mr had a brewery at Noarlunga in 1851. Perhaps the husband of Mary Elizabeth Edmonds, likely a sister to Edward CASTLE of Hackham??, who owned the land. The brewery stood on Lot 66 between the Main South Road and the Onkaparinga River, just below St James' Church and almost by a ford in the river Application 6677

EDMONDS, William George formerly storekeeper Strathalbyn but now out of business Unley Park 1921 Memorial 148/484

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EDMONDS, William John railway guard Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1900 Grant Book 13 Page 206 County Dalhousie

EDMONDS, William John farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1900 Grant Book 13 Page 205 County Dalhousie

EDMONDSON, Edward carpenter Goodwood West 1881 Grant Book 18 Page 18 County Eyre

No 1

EDMUNDS, AJ clerk to JE MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1855[-1861] Memorial 7/95

EDMUNDS, AJ clerk to John WREN solicitor Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 177/160

EDMUNDS, AJ articled clerk to Harold E TURNER solicitor Pt Pirie 1883 Memorial 52/347

EDMUNDS, AJ articled clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 125/423

EDMUNDS, AJ articled law clerk Adelaide (15 Waymouth St) 1886 Memorial 82/374

EDMUNDS, JESSOP, WARD and OHLSTROM solicitors Adelaide (Epworth Building, Pirie St) 1936 Application 28001

No 1

EDMUNDS, Arthur Joseph solicitor Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10665

EDMUNDS, AJ formerly solicitor Pt Adelaide, but now Stipendiary Magistrate Crystal Brook 1882 Application 19480

EDMUNDS, Arthur James SM commissioner Local Court of Insolvency Gladstone 1885 Memorial 15/369

EDMUNDS, AJ solicitor Pt Pirie 1888 Memorial 207/389

EDMUNDS, AJ SM of Pt Pirie 1890 Memorial 126/402

EDMUNDS, Daniel grocer North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 123/36.

EDMUNDS, Frederick clerk to AJ EDMUNDS solicitor Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 22/219

EDMUNDS, JH brewer Yankalilla 1871 Memorial 162/252

No 1

EDMUNDS, John of Gilles Arcade, Adelaide 1844 Memorial 408/3

EDMUNDS, John solicitor Adelaide (Gilles Arcade) 1845[-1865] Memorial 486/4

No 1

EDMUNDS, John farmer Middleton 1871 Memorial 157/256

EDMUNDS, John Charles out of business Lyndoch, aged 79 in 1962, declared that he had lived in Lyndoch for his whole life Application 29310

No 1

EDMUNDS, Joseph tailor Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1847[-1853] Application 9171, Memorial 360/54

EDMUNDS, Joseph tailor Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 448/15

EDMUNDS, Joseph tailor Kensington 1851 Memorial 467/38.

EDMUNDS, Joseph distiller Norwood 1859 Memorial 4/149

EDMUNDS, Joseph licensed victualler Norwood 1861 Memorial 57/172

EDMUNDS, Joseph formerly tailor Adelaide 1849 but now wine maker Norwood 1864 Application 4880

EDMUNDS, Joseph vigneron Norwood probably linked with AJ Edmunds solicitor Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 146/228

EDMUNDS, Joseph licensed distiller Norwood owned the Vintage Shades public house at Norwood 1870 Memorial 224/256

EDMUNDS, Joseph gentleman Norwood 1881 Application 18884

EDMUNDS, Joseph died 20/10/1890. He owned land in Gloucester Tce, Norwood. Linked with Sarah Elizabeth Edmunds spinster Norwood 1905 Memorial 10/454

EDMUNDS, Joseph gentleman Gloucester Tce, Norwood, died 20/10/1890. Father of Arthur Joseph Edmunds, Sarah Elizabeth Edmunds, Laura JONES and Marion FISHER. Grandfather of Arthur James Edmunds and Ernest Francis Edmunds. Estate worth £3,600 Memorial 136/490

EDMUNDS, Joseph gentleman Gloucester Tce, Norwood, died 20/10/1890. His estate worth £3,600. His daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Edmunds spinster Norwood (died 26/9/1923, of rheumatic arthritis and senile decay, aged 77), to have the right to live in his house for her lifetime, and to get £200 a year from the income of his estate. The other two daughters, Laura Catherine JONES (wife of Alfred Jones of Balhannah, died 25/8/1906 of pulmonary tuberculosis, aged 69) and Marion FISHER (wife of George Fisher clerk Victor Harbor 1879), and the son, Arthur Joseph Edmunds (magistrate of Crystal Brook, died 15/2/1894 Barton Tce, North Adelaide, of 6 months' embolism of the brain and 4 months' softening of the brain, aged 58) to take an equal share of the rest of the income for life. After all the children had died, the whole estate, except for his home, to be sold; his surviving grandchildren to share in the proceeds in equal shares. Grandson Arthur James Edmunds to inherit his home. Grandson Ernest Francis Edmunds also mentioned by name in the will. William Herbert Edmunds civil servant Norwood 1923 mentioned in the Application Application 27239

No 1

EDMUNDS, Robert Henry surveyor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 281/130

EDMUNDS, Robert Henry land surveyer Government Survey Department Adelaide 1860, He bought Section 439 Hundred of North Rhine from William GUNN innkeeper Truro Application 1499

No 1

EDMUNDS, Sarah Elizabeth spinster Norwood, executrix for the estate of the late Joseph EDMUNDS gentleman Norwood. Likely that Arthur J Edmunds solicitor Adelaide had connections with this family 1893 Application 22585

EDMUNDS, Sarah Elizabeth spinster Norwood linked with Joseph Edmunds gentleman Norwood, who died c1890 Application 22731

EDMUNDS, Sarah Elizabeth spinster Norwood 1902 Memorial 231/446

No 1

EDMUNDS, Thomas smelter Pt Adelaide 1871[-1873] Memorial 12/255

No 2

EDMUNDS, Thomas labourer Hallett 1875 Memorial 74/285

EDMUNDS, William stockholder Barrier Ranges 1867 Memorial 101/223

No 1

EDMUNDS, William Frederick farmer Yorke Peninsula 1873 Memorial 55/270

EDMUNDS, William Frederick farmer Oyster Bay Stansbury township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 460 County Fergusson

EDMUNDS, William Frederick farmer Yorke Peninsula and Annie Edmunds his wife formerly BEATON 1874 Memorial 60/273

EDMUNDS, Annie nee BEATON of Yorke Peninsula (probably Stansbury) 1885 widow of William Frederick Edmunds. WF Edmunds 30 merchant Woodville (Father: Joseph Edmunds) married Annie Beaton 26 spinster Woodville (Father: David Beaton) on 12/4/1870 Bride’s uncle’s residence Woodville. Minister: Jos Henderson. Witnesses: Richard HONEY Pt Adelaide and Fannie WHITE of Pt Adelaide. Frederick Edmunds gentleman Norwood, died 9/1/1877 of phthisis pulmonalis, aged 38. Application 20557

EDMUNDS, William Herbert civil servant Norwood 1922[-1924] Memorial 5/487

EDNEY, James miller Adelaide Hammond (Hundred of Coonatto) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 733 County Frome

No 1

EDQUIST, Andrew tailor Hindmarsh 1888 Application 21372

EDQUIST, Eliza widow Hindmarsh 1892 Application 22362

No 1

EDSALL, Henry North gardener Payneham 1851[-1856] Memorial 108/33

EDSALL, Henry North nurseryman Walkerville 1857 Memorial 215/127

EDSALL, Henry North formerly gardener Payneham 1851 but now gentleman Norwood 1865 Application 6433

No 1

EDSON, Anthony farmer Black Rock Plain 1897 Memorial 233/432

EDSON, Anthony farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1899 Grant Book 13 Page 114 County Dalhousie

EDSON, Arthur Charles farmer Willaston 1923[-1928] Memorial 132/490

No 1

EDSON, Charles wheelwright Gawler 1854[-1864] Memorial 414/64

EDSON, Charles farmer Wauraltee Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 206 County Fergusson

EDSON, Clarence Eggers mason Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 7 Page 100 County Buckingham

EDSON, Frederick William farmer Peterborough. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1928 Grant Book 13 Page 423 County Dalhousie

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

EDSON, William farmer Lyndoch Valley 1850 Memorial 481/25

EDSON, William the Elder farmer Lyndoch linked with Charles Edson farmer Pt Victoria 1882 Memorial 144/345

EDSON, William the Elder farmer near Lyndoch, died 5/11/1890. Father of William Edson the Younger Black Rock, Charles Edson and Mary Jane HEARLE Memorial 205/406

EDSON, William formerly the Younger farmer Black Rock Plain near Orroroo, died 7/5/ 1897. Father of Anthony Edson. Executors: William COPLEY and James JAMIESON farmers Black Rock Plain Memorial 249/431

EDSON, William farmer Black Rock 1890 Application 21979. Formerly William Edson the Younger, son of William Edson the Elder farmer Lyndoch, who died 5/11/1890. £100 to each of his grandchildren, William Edson, son of Charles Edson, and Matilda POPE, wife of Isaac Pope labourer Adelaide. His real estate to his son, William Edson the Younger. The rest of his real and personal estate to be divided equally between his children Charles Edson and Mary Jane HEARLE. He had money out on mortgage properties. Estate worth £2,100 Application 22000

EDSON, William Edward commission agent Adelaide (King William St) 1925 Memorial 26/494

EDWARD, George Richard carpenter Alberton 1854 Memorial 90/74

EDWARD, George William labourer Kingston 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 9 County Eyre

EDWARD, Henry North gardener Norwood 1856 Memorial 379/96

EDWARDS, AA solicitor's clerk Adelaide 1914 Memorial 31/471

EDWARDS, Adelaide Evelyn widow Grand Junction Rd, Hope Valley 1957 Application 29276

EDWARDS, Albert railway porter Bassett Town near Gawler 1869 Application 9902

EDWARDS, Albert Edward telegraph operator Halsbury Ave, Kingswood 1919 Memorial 119/479

No 1

EDWARDS, Albert James licensed victualler Penola 1864[-1875] Memorial 162/200, Application 10498

EDWARDS, Albert James licensed victualler Penola, died 15/4/1879 Memorial 40/417

EDWARDS, Albert James mail contractor Penola, died c1879 Memorial 93/327

EDWARDS, Albert Reginald baker Callington on the Bremer 1953 Memorial 56/528

EDWARDS, Alfred Lionel formerly grazier Delamere but now accountant 4 Wellington St, Glandore 1949 Memorial 98/524

EDWARDS, Allen Crisp agent Adelaide 1912 Memorial 183/466

EDWARDS, Ambrose and Herbert farmers Mt Bryan. Mt Bryan (Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1913 Grant Book 9 Page 212 County Burra

EDWARDS, Amos Henry labourer Lameroo. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1907[-1910] Grant Book 12 Page 35 County Chandos

No 1

EDWARDS, Andrew miner Aberdeen 1854 Memorial 195/69

EDWARDS, Andrew formerly of Aberdeen but then of Melbourne Vic 1858. He had returned to Aberdeen again by 1864 Memorials 342/134, 190/197

EDWARDS, Annie widow near Truro 1874 Application 13409

No 1

EDWARDS, Arthur butcher Glen Osmond 1872 Application 12043

EDWARDS, Arthur butcher Glen Osmond 1875[-1878] Memorial 94/286

No 1 - probably the same person

EDWARDS, Arthur law clerk Adelaide 1904 Memorial 99/450

EDWARDS, Arthur Abel law clerk Adelaide 1914 Memorial 107/471

EDWARDS, Benedict assistant postmaster Pt Adelaide 1898 Application 23523

EDWARDS, Benjamin watchmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 377/28

No 1

EDWARDS, Benjamin Gilbart Wesleyan minister Pt Pirie Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 374 County Victoria

EDWARDS, Benjamin Gilbart Wesleyan minister Crystal Brook – had responsibility for the Wesleyan Methodist Church in the Hundred of Pt Pirie 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 296 County Victoria

EDWARDS, Benjamin Gilbart Wesleyan Methodist Minister Pt Pirie and Frances Mary Edwards his wife 1881 Memorial 210/329

EDWARDS, B Gilbart of Gilberton 1889 Memorial 117/398

EDWARDS, Benjamin Gilbart gentleman Plympton 1892 Memorial 9/412

EDWARDS, Bruce storekeeper Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1913 Grant Book 12 Page 50 County Chandos

EDWARDS, Catherine Jane licensed victualler Penola 1880 Memorial 78/330

No 1

EDWARDS, Charles licensed victualller Fresh Water Springs public house Tam O’Shanter Belt, 7 year lease from EJF CRAWFORD brewer Hindmarsh 1850 - £40 for the 1st year; £52 for the remainder Memorial 272/27

No 2

EDWARDS, Charles butcher Cheltenham near Tam-O’Shanter Belt 1851 Memorial 79/37.

EDWARDS, Charles butcher Alberton 1853 Memorial 214/54

EDWARDS, Charles [formerly butcher Alberton but now] farmer Reedbeds 1854 Memorial 283/67

EDWARDS, Charles John farmer OB Flat 1893 Memorial 223/416

No 1

EDWARDS, David land owner Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 366/93

EDWARDS, David carter Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 32/149

No 2

EDWARDS, David labourer Kapunda 1870 Application 10546

No 3 - perhaps the same person

EDWARDS, David engineer Moonta Mines 1883 Memorial 240/346

EDWARDS, David engineer Adelaide 1888 Memorial 191/390

EDWARDS, EA clerk to Charles William FRANCE land agent Adelaide 1881 Memorial 118/333

EDWARDS, Edmund Street clerk Adelaide 1849 Memorial 339/16

No 1 – perhaps the same person

EDWARDS, Edward teamster Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 97 County Burra

EDWARDS, Edward farmer Redruth 1883 Application 19832

EDWARDS, Ellis Powell retired grocer Adelaide, about to depart from the province for a time, power of attorney to John McKIRDY seedsman Adelaide, to attend to his SA business affairs 23/4/1883. He remarried Moss Side Baptist Chapel, Chorlton, Lancs, 10/1/1884, to Henrietta Wormker HAUSSEN widow also 55 of 75 Boston St, Hulme. His father was Thomas Edwards a chandler deceased. Her father was Henry Wormker merchant deceased Deposits 37/1884 & 70/1885

EDWARDS, Eric Milton farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 55 County Chandos

EDWARDS, Ernest J of the Hundred of Wokurna Co Daly 1887 Memorial 206/385

EDWARDS, Ernest William George labourer Lameroo. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1907[-1910] Grant Book 12 Page 35 County Chandos

No 1

EDWARDS, Francis of Bremer Creek near Langhorne Bridge 1859 Memorial 230/148

EDWARDS, Francis farmer Bremer Creek Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 97 County Hindmarsh

EDWARDS, Francis , George the Elder and George the Younger farmers Woodchester Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1864 Grant Book 58 Page 8 County Sturt

EDWARDS, Francis the Elder farmer formerly of Bletchley but then of Wamboota Co Cadell NSW, died 30/8/1886. Husband of Margaret Elizabeth Edwards. Father of Francis Edwards the Younger farmer Wamboota Co Cadell NSW and George Edwards farmer Wakool Co Cadell NSW 1890 Memorial 111/404

EDWARDS, Francis the Elder farmer Wamboota NSW, died 30/8/1886, of 3 years' pulmonary consumption, aged 55. Born Penzance, Cornwall, England. Parents: George Edwards farmer and Alice nee SIMON. Francis Edwards' brother-in-law called James DENNY farmer Wamboota NSW. Francis Edwards had been 11 years in NSW. He married, aged 22, in Adelaide, to Margaret Elizabeth MOULTON. Children: George Edwards aged 32, Francis Edwards Junr aged 19, Richard James Edwards aged 15, Alice Simon Edwards aged 20 Sara Edwards aged 13 [In SA, Francis Edwards lived at Bletchley in the late 1880s-early 1890s Application 26178

EDWARDS, FH JP of Crystal Brook 1880 Memorial 33/328

EDWARDS, Frank Henry storeman Marion 1909 Memorial 122/461

EDWARDS, Frederick Daniel gardener Forest Range 1893 Application 22547

No 1

EDWARDS, Frederick Samuel contractor Jervois St, Forestville and Emily Elizabeth Edwards his wife 1917 Memorial 2/476

EDWARDS, Frederick Samuel contractor Jervois St, Torrensville and Emily Elizabeth Edwards, his wife 1922. FS Edwards could not write Application 27075

No 1

EDWARDS, Friend Henry gardener Reedbeds Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 60 Page 231 County Victoria

EDWARDS, Friend Henry farmer Enfield Co Adelaide. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 32 County Chandos

EDWARDS, Friend Henry farmer Pinnaroo trustee Pinnaroo Institute 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 77 County Chandos

EDWARDS, Friend Henry farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

No 1

EDWARDS, George shoemaker Bowden 1844 Enfield Primitive Methodist Chapel and school trustee Memorial 410/3

EDWARDS, George cordwainer Bowden 1849[-1854] Memorial 199/29

EDWARDS, George cordwainer Prospect 1855 Beverley Primitive Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 131/94

No 2

EDWARDS, George farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1852[-1854] Memorial 121/41.

EDWARDS, George farmer York village Port Road 1854[-1856] Memorial 304/62

EDWARDS, Maria Lucy widow York township Port Road relict of the late George Edwards 1883 Memorial 42/352

EDWARDS, Maria widow York 1891 Application 22071

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger.

EDWARDS, George the Elder, George the Younger and Francis farmers Staughton Village 1854 Memorial 189/62

EDWARDS, George the Elder, George the Younger and Francis farmers Bremer Creek 1862 Memorial 139/184

EDWARDS, George shoemaker The Bremer. Woodchester Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1863 Memorial 148/304

EDWARDS, George shoemaker Callington 1864 Memorial 197/194

EDWARDS, George the Elder, EDWARDS, George the Younger and EDWARDS, Francis farmers formerly of Staughton 1854 but now of near Woodchester 1864 Application 4982

EDWARDS, George the Younger farmer Langhorne Creek 1866 Memorial 4/243

EDWARDS, George the Elder, together with his sons Francis Edwards and George Edwards the Younger farmers Bremer Creek 1866 Application 7555

EDWARDS, George the Younger farmer Langhorne Creek Strathalbyn Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1874 Application 13601

EDWARDS, George carrier and farmer York, died 14/12/1874 Beverley. His whole estate in trust for his wife, Maria Lucy Edwards, for life. Son William Edwards to have the management of the family business on behalf of his mother, who had the final say over sale of equipment. Estate worth £150. Other children included John Edwards, Henry Edwards, Emily Edwards, James Edwards and Joseph Edwards 1917 Application 26625

EDWARDS, George farmer York township near Woodville, died 14/12/1874 Beverley near Woodville. He left his entire estate to his wife, Maria Lucy Edwards, for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Maria Lucy Ewards widow Courtney St, York, died 22/3/18918. The following children were alive at that point - William Edwards labourer Kilkenny; George Edwards pipe moulder Alberton; John Edwards pipe moulder Elgin; Henry Edwards pipe moulder York; James Edwards pipe moulder York; Joseph Edwards pipe moulder York; Emily HARDING wife of Ernest Augustus Harding brickmaker York. None of the deceased children (not named) had left any descendants Application 26795

No 4

EDWARDS, George of Terowie Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 55 County Victoria

No 5

EDWARDS, George farmer South Road 1880 Memorial 169/322

No 6

EDWARDS, George out of business Kingston S-E and Annie Edwards his wife formerly Annie JARMAN wife of John Jones Jarman general merchant Kingston S-E 1923 Memorial 146/487

EDWARDS, George Coburn farmer Little Para 1853[-1854] Memorial 88/61

EDWARDS, GL branch manager Auburn 1946 Memorial 134/520

No 1

EDWARDS, George Richard and BAMPTON, George farmers Section 437 Survey A 1846 Memorial 305/6

No 2

EDWARDS, George Richard m 16/10/1838 no place mentioned, Mary Ann nee ?. Died 17/11/1858 no place mentioned intestate. Eldest son was Richard Edwards stockholder Murray River 1867 Memorial 76/229

EDWARDS, George Richard carpenter Section 424 near Pt Adelaide 1846 Memorial 163/7 Carpenter Tenterden 1849[-1853] Memorial 229/15

EDWARDS, George Richard builder Tenterden Port Road 1857 Hundred of the Murray land grant Memorial 78/119

EDWARDS, George Richard full age carpenter 5 Henry St, Pentonville, Middlesex (Father: John Edwards carpenter) married Mary Ann IND full age school mistress 8 King’s Row, Cambridge Rd, Bethnal Green, Middlesex (Father: Ambrose Ind foreman West India Dock), on 16/10/1838 in the Northampton Congregational Tabernacle, Clerkenwall, Middlesex, England. The Edwardses emigrated to SA. Eldest son, Richard Edwards born 21/6/1841 Alberton, where GR Edwards was a carpenter and dairyman. GR Edwards formerly carpenter Section 424 near Pt Adelaide later builder Murray River 22 miles from Wellington, died 17/2/1858 in his own home intestate, of kidney disease, aged 51. His eldest son, Richard Edwards formerly stockholder Murray River 1867 later storekeeper Wasleys 1882 inherited his estate as heir at law Application 19170

No 1

EDWARDS, George R clerk Adelaide 1865[-1869] Memorial 261/203

EDWARDS, George R clerk to CE TIDEMANN land agent Adelaide 1866 Memorial 231/215

EDWARDS, George Rowland gentleman Adelaide linked with CE Tiedeman land agent Adelaide 1869 Memorial 1/242

EDWARDS, George Thomas farmer Oakbank gave pt Section 4021 Mt Barker Special Survey at Oakbank for building the Oakbank SM Hall 1926 Memorial 48/496

No 1

EDWARDS, Hartley Wright contractor Orsmond St, Hindmarsh. His wife, Agnes Anderson Julia Edwards confectioner Orsmond St, Hindmarsh, died 10/8/1919. Aunt to Winifred Mary HITCHEN, Lyudia Maria Hitchen and Agnes Anderson Milne Hitchen. Bequest to the Churches of Christ Memorial 56/480

EDWARDS, Hartley Wright contractor Orsmond St, Hindmarsh 1926 Memorial 192/494

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

EDWARDS, Henry shoemaker Brighton 1849[-1856] Memorial 279/15

EDWARDS, Henry farmer Brighton Plains 1858 Memorial 252/140

EDWARDS, Henry farmer Brighton 1863 Memorial 84/194

EDWARDS, Henry the Elder and Henry the Younger farmers Brighton 1867 Memorial 97/226, Applications 8184, 20600

EDWARDS, Henry and William gentlemen Brighton 1881 Application 18145

EDWARDS, Elizabeth Sophia widow Parkside, widow of Henry Edwards the Younger formerly of Brighton but now deceased 1885 Application 20600

No 2

EDWARDS, Henry farmer Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 461/64

No 3

EDWARDS, Henry miner Kapunda 1864 Application 5791

No 4

EDWARDS, Henry carter Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1876 Memorial 209/288

EDWARDS, Henry formerly carter Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1876 now licensed victualler Tea Tree Gully 1878 Application 16583

No 5

EDWARDS, Henry mason Fisherville Le Fevre Peninsula 1878 Application 16843

No 6

EDWARDS, Henry farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 326 County Daly

No 7

EDWARDS, Henry of Maitland 1881 Memorial 174/336

EDWARDS, Henry farmer Maitland 1883 Memorial 62/355

No 8

EDWARDS, Henry farmer Nailsworth Co Adelaide. Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 439 County Fergusson

No 9

EDWARDS, Henry farmer Kooringa 1902 Memorial 104/446

EDWARDS, Henry farmer Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

No 1

EDWARDS, Henry Dennis labourer Copperhouse near Kooringa 1889 Memorial 183/399

EDWARDS, Henry Dennis formerly labourer Copperhouse but now farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1921 Memorial 55/482

No 1

EDWARDS, Henry John Rodbard turner Nailsworth 1879[-1891] Memorial 109/355, Application 22046

EDWARDS, Henry John Rodbard turner Adelaide 1891 Memorial 108/411

EDWARDS, Henry John Rodbard turner Prospect, died 16/3/1898. Estate worth £6,000. Father of Frederick Edwards farmer Minlacowie and father-in-law of Charles Walter NEWBON storekeeper Prospect Memorial 174/435

EDWARDS, Herbert John out of business Glenelg took over the unexpired lease of the White Hart Hotel Adelaide (Hindley St) from Stephen WHELAN hotelkeeper Adelaide in 1904 Memorial 118/451

No 1

EDWARDS, James gardener Reedbeds 1857 Memorial 286/120

EDWARDS, James farmer Reedbeds 1861 Memorial 312/180

EDWARDS, James farmer Reedbeds near Adelaide, died 11/2/1867. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Elizabeth Edwards Memorial 232/270

EDWARDS, James farmer Reedbeds, died 11/2/1867. His whole estate to his wife, Sarah Elizabeth Edwards absolutely. Estate worth £1,200 Enrolment 52/51

EDWARDS, Sarah Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1874 Memorial 112/274

EDWARDS, Sarah Elizabeth 50 widow [of James Edwards gardener Reedbeds] Adelaide (Father: Friend LANCHON) m William Bradshaw 60 widower gentleman New Mile End (Father: Edward Bagshaw), on 19/5/1874 Wesleyan Church Pirie St Adelaide. Witnesses: William PETERS clerk Dorsetta Tce and Sarah LANCHON of Dorsetta Tce. Friend Henry Edwards farmer Crystal Brook likely to be her son 1879 Application 17375.

No 2

EDWARDS, James of East Wellington 1864 Memorial 136/196

EDWARDS, James labourer East Wellington 1872 Memorial 95/261

EDWARDS, James Benjamin watchmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 181/33

EDWARDS, James Scammell quarryman Hope Valley and Adelaide Evelyn Edwards his wife 1937 Memorial 8/511

EDWARDS, Jeremiah labourer Manoora Co Light Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 96 County Stanley

No 1

EDWARDS, John gentleman Adelaide [interest in TA 20] 1841 Memorial 194/50

EDWARDS, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but presently residing at Hampton Place Parade, St Heliers, Jersey 1851[-1852] Memorial 67/42

No 2 - possibly the same person

EDWARDS, John butcher Adelaide 1841 Application 18413

EDWARDS, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Dry Creek and Phoebe Edwards, his wife 1849 Memorial 78/16

EDWARDS, John butcher formerly of Dry Creek but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 327/79

EDWARDS, John butcher Adelaide 1855 Memorial 362/83

EDWARDS, John butcher formerly of Adelaide but at present residing in England 1860 Memorial 95/169

EDWARDS, John formerly of Adelaide but then of New House Farm, Chaddesley Corbett, Worcs, England, died 22/11/1862 Memorial 195/223

No 3 - possibly the same person

EDWARDS, John shoemaker Adelaide 1845 Memorial 269/43.

EDWARDS, John shoemaker Angaston 1852[-1857] Memorial 238/40.

EDWARDS, John farmer North Rhine 1857 Memorial 208/129

EDWARDS, John farmer and shoemaker North Rhine 1859 Memorial 53/152

No 4

EDWARDS, John brickmaker Bowden 1849 Memorial 250/66

No 5

EDWARDS, John smelter Kooringa 1854 Application 23188

EDWARDS, John smelter Kooringa, died 7/9/1856. He could not write. His wife, Mary Edwards, died 25/7/1885 Kooringa intestate. They left two children, George Edwards smelter Redruth and Ann BAKER nee Edwards wife of Samuel Baker miner Redruth 1896 Application 23188

No 6

EDWARDS, John farmer Upper Dry Creek 1855[-1856] Memorial 262/86

No 7

EDWARDS, John miner Karkulta Mine near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1864 Grant Book 8 Page 52 County Burra

No 8

EDWARDS, John dealer Gawler South 1874 Memorial 246/275

EDWARDS, John horsedealer Gawler 1876 Application 15488

EDWARDS, John dealer Gawler 1877 Memorial 49/299

EDWARDS, John dealer and farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Ardrossan 1877 Memorial 240/299

No 9

EDWARDS, John hotelkeeper Jamestown linked with William Edwards farmer formerly of Stanley Hill near Clare but now of Jamestown 1879[-1880] Memorial 109/315

EDWARDS, John farmer Stanley Flat near Clare 1882[-1883] Memorial 80/341

No 10

EDWARDS, John labourer Kooringa Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 97 County Kimberley

No 11

EDWARDS, John farmer Brighton 1885 Application 20600

EDWARDS, John and DOWNING, Joseph of Brighton Deaf & Dumb Asylum Trustees 1885 Application 20600

EDWARDS, John farmer Brighton 1888 Memorial 60/391

No 12

EDWARDS, John farmer Oakbank 1895 Memorial 178/424

EDWARDS, John farmer Oakbank and Sara Jemima Edwards his wife 1896 Memorial 191/428

EDWARDS, John farmer Oakbank 1898[-1903]. His wife, Sarah Jemima Edwards, died 4/12/1898 Memorial 126/448

No 13

EDWARDS, John blacksmith Paskeville 1896 Memorial 216/426

EDWARDS, John blacksmith Paskeville. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

No 14

EDWARDS, John driver Pt Adelaide 1914 Application 26378

EDWARDS, John Alexander farmer Pt Broughton 1895[-1922] Memorial 222/423

No 1

EDWARDS, John Henry teamster Leigh Creek Out of Hundreds. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 252 County Not named

EDWARDS, John Henry hotelkeeper Lyndhurst Out of Hundreds. Lyndhurst (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 65 Page 279 County Not named

No 1

EDWARDS, John Hitchman yeoman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 27/70

EDWARDS, John Hitchman yeoman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Durham 1854 Memorial 107/74

EDWARDS, John Hitchman farmer near Tarlee Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 6 County Kimberley

EDWARDS, John Hitchman farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 11 County Kimberley

No 1

EDWARDS, John Peter engineer Redruth 1858 Memorial 53/142

EDWARDS, John Peter engineer Redruth 1859 Application 387

EDWARDS, John R accountant Kooringa 1881[-1883] Memorial 236/332

EDWARDS, John Samuel miner Adelaide 1857 Memorial 249/113

EDWARDS, John Solomon vehicle builder Peterborough and Helen Edwards his wife. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1940 Grant Book 13 Page 241 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EDWARDS, John Wellesley agent Balgowan Balgowan township allotment land grant 1906[-1911] Grant Book 19 Page 399 County Fergusson

EDWARDS, John Wellesley formerly of Hurtle Square, Adelaide but now of 16 Albert St, Dulwich 1947 out of business since June 1946 Application 28509

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EDWARDS, Jonathan gentleman Kensington 1854 Memorial 14/75

EDWARDS, Jonathan gentleman Adelaide, died c1854 Memorial 250/78

No 1

EDWARDS, Joseph and Thomas EDWARDS miners Woodside, power of attorney to Percival Austin HORN gentleman Beaconsfield Chambers, Adelaide, to manage their mining shares for mines at Woodside and elsewhere in SA 9/7/1884 Deposit 139/1884.

No 2

EDWARDS, Joseph farmer Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1896[-1897] Grant Book 58 Page 373 County Sturt

No 1

EDWARDS, Joseph Jefferson gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 315/25 Draper Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 117/48

EDWARDS, Joseph Jefferson draper Queenstown 1857[-1859] Memorial 36/147, Application 274

EDWARDS, Joseph Jefferson gentleman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 116/166

EDWARDS, Joseph Leonard labourer Burra North, aged 51 in 1955, declared he had lived in the district for more than 30 years Application 28749

No 1

EDWARDS, Joseph Millard farmer Kulpara 1887 Memorial 121/383

EDWARDS, Joseph Millard farmer Pt Broughton linked with Thomas Edwards the Younger farmer no address 1888 Memorial 51/392

No 1

EDWARDS, Josiah farmer Allen Creek 1863 Application 4539

EDWARDS, Josiah of Allendale near Kapunda and Ellen Mary Edwards his wife 1873 Memorial 99/264

EDWARDS, Josiah farmer Yarrowie Hundred of Appila and Ellen Mary Edwards his wife 1875 Memorial 92/280

EDWARDS, Josiah farmer Yarrowie Hundred of Appila and Ellen Mary Edwards his wife 1877 Application 16451

EDWARDS, Josiah farmer Allendale Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 495 County Frome

EDWARDS, Lavinia married woman and EDWARDS, Ernest of Carawa Landing, West Coast, Eyre Peninsula 1914 Application 26360

EDWARDS, Leonard Victor Walter formerly storeman now tramways employee Reden St, Prospect 1947. He had links with the OPITZ family of Islington Application 28510

EDWARDS, Leslie schoolteacher Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 97 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EDWARDS, Lionel farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Salter Springs 1858 Application 128

EDWARDS, Lionel farmer Appleton 1866 Memorial 87/211

EDWARDS, Lionel farmer Rhynie Hundred of English land grant 1868 Grant Book 17 Page 164 County Eyre

EDWARDS, Martha of Appila Yarrowie 1896 Memorial 25/428

EDWARDS, Maurice Lindon telephone technician Castle St, Edwardstown and Hilda Jean Edwards his wife 1947 Application 28509

EDWARDS, Morley labourer The Sturt 1866 Application 7996

No 1

EDWARDS, Murray Schubert Secretary of the Kooringa Freemasons' Lodge 1928 Application 27647

EDWARDS, Murray Schubert Secretary Burra 1940, declared that he was Secretary of IJ WARNES & Sons Ltd, whose registered office was at Wahroonga Leighton Application 28242

EDWARDS, Percy James farmer Pinnaroo, died 8/4/1928. Executors; Elders Trustees Grant Book 12 Page 58 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EDWARDS, Richard miner Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 464/35.

EDWARDS, Richard miner Bowden 1852[-1853] Memorial 158/42.

No 2

EDWARDS, Richard blacksmith Kensington 1851 Memorial 403/34.

EDWARDS, Richard blacksmith Payneham 1854 Memorial 43/71

No 3

EDWARDS, Richard farmer Gumeracha 1851 Memorial 292/37.

No 4

EDWARDS, Richard stockholder Murray River 1867 eldest son and heir at law of the late George Richard Edwards (who died 17/11/1858 intestate) and his wife, Mary Ann Edwards. The parents married on 16/10/1838 Memorial 76/229

EDWARDS, Richard [formerly stockholder Murray River but now] storekeeper Mt Muirhead 1868 Memorial 183/231

No 5

EDWARDS, Richard carpenter Eurelia 1893 Memorial 233/416

No 1 - Richard George Edwards

EDWARDS, Richard storekeeper Mobilong Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884[-1893] Grant Book 58 Page 218 County Sturt

EDWARDS, Richard clerk of the District Council of Mobilong executor for the estate of the late Joseph Edwards formerly farmer Mobilong but then deceased 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 374 County Sturt

EDWARDS, Robert hawker Rhynie 1877 Memorial 191/302

EDWARDS, Roy farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1912[-1926] Grant Book 12 Page 48 County Chandos

EDWARDS, Samuel labourer Salisbury 1851[-1865] Memorial 455/29.

EDWARDS, Stanford market gardener Fulham 1928 Application 27700

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

EDWARDS, Thomas yeoman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 473/23

EDWARDS, Thomas yeoman Kensington 1851 Memorial 320/34.

EDWARDS, Thomas [formerly yeoman Kensington but now] farmer Mt Annan near Balhannah 1858 Memorial 60/140

EDWARDS, Thomas of Balhannah and Mary Edwards his wife 1889 Application 21549

EDWARDS, Thomas the Elder farmer Balhannah, died 9/5/1890. Executors; Thomas Edwards the Younger farmer Mt Gambier and Hugh KERR the Younger farmer Balhannah. Thomas Edwards the Younger died 10/5/1914 Memorial 14/475

EDWARDS, Thomas the Elder farmer Balhannah, died 9/5/1890. He left his Balhannah farm [Mt Annan] in trust to his son, John Edwards, for life, then to his grandson, George Thomas Edwards absolutely in remainder expectant, once he had turned 25, and paid £50 to each of his 11 brothers and sisters. John Edwards farmer Oakbank, died 21/6/1916, of 2 days' pneumonia, aged 79. Born in Oswestry, Salop, England, he had lived in SA for 66 years. Married aged 25; 2 sons and 9 daughters living; 1 daughter deceased. A foundation trustee for Thomas Edwards the Elder, Thomas Edwards the Younger farmer and grazier Mt Gambier, died 10/5/1914, of intestinal obstruction, aged 80. Born Oswestry, Salop, England, he had lived in SA for 64 years. Married aged 26, he had 6 sons and 2 daughters living Application 27948

No 2

EDWARDS, Thomas labourer of the Parklands near the Market 1852 Memorial 145/42

EDWARDS, Thomas yeoman formerly of the Adelaide Park Lands but now of Gawler 1853 Memorial 235/54

No 3

EDWARDS, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 154/69

EDWARDS, Thomas clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 459/69

EDWARDS, Thomas clerk to Messrs Bartley, Bakewell & Stow solicitors Adelaide 1871 Application 11481

No 4

EDWARDS, Thomas smelter Kooringa 1854 Memorial 232/71

No 5 – the Elder and the Younger

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

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

EDWARDS, Edward the Younger farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1896 Grant Book 14 Page 330 County Daly

No 5

EDWARDS, Thomas draper Kooringa 1881 Memorial 235/331

EDWARDS, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa 1889 Application 21561

No 6

EDWARDS, Thomas farmer Mt Schank 1872 Memorial 152/262

EDWARDS, Thomas farmer Mt Schank. Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 35 County Grey

EDWARDS, Thomas farmer Mt Schank 1897 Application 23350

No 7

EDWARDS, Thomas storekeeper Clarendon 1880[-1914] Memorial 133/324, Application 24509

EDWARDS, T Treasurer Methodist Church Clarendon 1927 Application 27567

No 8

EDWARDS, Thomas of the Hundred of Palmer 1887 Memorial 183/386

No 9

EDWARDS, Thomas carpenter Kenton Valley 1905[-1911] Memorial 146a/453

EDWARDS, Thomas Fogwell farmer Newton 1852 Memorial 311/44

No 1

EDWARDS, Thomas George farmer near Mannum 1883 Memorial 2/351

EDWARDS, Thomas George labourer Mannum Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 58 Page 385 County Sturt

No 2

EDWARDS, Thomas George labourer formerly of Clare but now in parts unknown and Maria Edwards his wife formerly Maria JEFFERY. George Jeffery mentioned but not described 1896 Memorial 66/488

EDWARDS, Thomas George laboure Redruth, died 22/10/1918, by deliberately falling and drowning, aged 93. Born in Swansea, Wales, he had been in SA for 70 years. Married date not known, he had 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased. Husband of Maria nee Jeffery, whom he had deserted 7 years after his marriage. His brother-in-law, George Jeffery harbour master Tumby Bay, said that TG Edwards had formerly been a labourer of Clare Application 27140

EDWARDS, Thomas Joseph farmer near Houghton 1906 Memorial 116/455

EDWARDS, Thomas Tucker farmer Bugle Ranges 1851 Memorial 286/37.

EDWARDS, Warren Secretary of Elder Smith & Co Ltd, Currie St, Adelaide 1908 Application 25508

No 1

EDWARDS, William labourer Bowden 1840 Memorial 346/21

No 2

EDWARDS, William law stationer Adelaide (Light Square) 1840[-1841] Application 4408

EDWARDS, William law stationer Adelaide 1840, used to belong to a Land Company established c1838 to purchase land from the Government - the members providing funds through weekly subscriptions. The right of priority of selection decided by lot. W Edwards belonged to the Society and purchased Section 51 on the South Road (now called Edwardstown), through the Society. He had left SA some years befor 1863. Application 3960. [Other members of the Land Company included AH DAVIS gentleman Reed Beds and William WILLIAMS - were they brothers-in-law?? Which William Williams was meant? - likely W Williams, licensed victualler, land agent and brewer, I should think]

EDWARDS, William gentleman Adelaide 1842 Application 23136

EDWARDS, William law stationer Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1842 Memorial 280/2

EDWARDS, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sydney NSW 1843 He sold many allotments in Little Adelaide Memorial 306/3.

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

EDWARDS, William farmer Brighton 1849[-1866]. Prominent Wesleyan Methodist Memorial 279/14 Linked with Henry Edwards shoemaker Brighton Memorial 492/48

EDWARDS, William farmer Brighton 1867 Application 20600

EDWARDS, William the Younger farmer Brighton 1875 Memorial 202/323

EDWARDS, William farmer Brighton 1878 Application 16893

EDWARDS, William farmer Brighton linked with Emma Edwards widow Kilkerran 1892 Memorial 136/416

EDWARDS, William farmer Brighton 1901 Memorial 216/444

EDWARDS, William farmer Brighton 1901, declared he had lived in the area for more than 50 years Application 24201

EDWARDS, William the Elder farmer Brighton, died 2/8/1908. His son, William Edwards the Younger, married in 1859. By 1913, he was a quarry proprietor at Brighton Application 26231

EDWARDS, William quarry proprietor Brighton 1912 Application 26147

No 4

EDWARDS, William labourer late of Pt Lincoln 1850 Memorial 247/27

No 5

EDWARDS, William sawyer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 170/41.

EDWARDS, William [formerly sawyer Adelaide but now] farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1855 Memorial 305/130

EDWARDS, William farmer Stanley Hill near Clare 1856[-1874] Memorial 342/109, Application 3695

No 6

EDWARDS, William farmer O'Halloran Hill 1856[-1862]

Memorial 435/98, Application 3711

EDWARDS, William licensed victualler O'Halloran Hill 1862 Memorial 37/182

EDWARDS, William formerly farmer O'Halloran Hill, became a bankrupt on 17/3/1863 Memorial 84/194

No 7

EDWARDS, William yeoman Karkulto 1860 Memorial 25/163

No 8

EDWARDS, William farmer formerly of Kooringa but now of the Mt Barker Road 1860 Memorial 315/162

No 9

EDWARDS, William of Truro 1860 Memorial 29/165

No 10

EDWARDS, William miner Kapunda 1863 Memorial 57/192

EDWARDS, William miner Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 243 County Daly

No 11

EDWARDS, William carpenter Glenelg 1867. Loyal Brighton Oddfellows Lodge member Application 8338

No 12

EDWARDS, William gardener Alberton 1867 Memorial 105/225

No 13

EDWARDS, William carrier linked with Lucy Edwards both of York township Port Road 1883 Memorial 166/349

No 14

EDWARDS, William farmer Kilkerran 1893 Hundred of Kilkerran land grant Grant Book 19 Page 172 County Fergusson

No 1

EDWARDS, William Fogwell plaisterer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 349/3 Bricklayer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 89/18

EDWARDS, William Fogwell farmer Newton 1852 Memorial 255/45

EDWARDS, William Fogwell farmer Newton and Rebecca Edwards his wife parents of William Thomas Edwards farmer Mt Gambier, their only child 1872 Memorial 24/259

EDWARDS, William Fogwell farmer Newton, was committed to the North Tce Lunatic Asylum, from 5/1/1861 until his death on 30/11/1899, of 38 years' chronic mania, senile decay and intestinal obstruction, aged 81. Husband of Rebecca Edwards. Father of William Thomas Edwards 1903 Application 24652

EDWARDS, William Fogwell farmer Newton, died 30/11/1899 Parkside Lunatic Asylum, where he had been constrained since c1861. His wife and son continued to live on their farm at Newton for several years after his death, and then they left the disrict 1905 Application 25010

No 1

EDWARDS, William Henry farmer Ambleside 1897[-1902] Memorial 47/432

EDWARDS, William Henry gardener Uraidla 1913 Application 26516

No 2

EDWARDS, William Henry carpenter Lameroo. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1907[-1909] Grant Book 12 Page 35 County Chandos

EDWARDS, William John of Reedy Creek S-E 1870 Memorial 247/247

No 1

EDWARDS, William Kendall farmer near Stirling on the Mt Barker Road 1858 Memorial 84/146

EDWARDS, William Kendall gardener Cox Creek 1865 Memorial 121/205

No 1

EDWARDS, William Matthew farmer Reedbeds 1852[-1885] Memorial 117/44

EDWARDS, William Matthew farmer Reedbeds 1861. He could not write Application 2040

EDWARDS, William Matthew farmer Reedbeds, died 5/1/1896. Children included: Harriet WILLIAMS wife of John Williams, Rosa Susan GREGORY widow of the late James Gregory, Elizabeth Mary THOMAS wife of Edward Thomas and Ann Ellen WHITE wife of James White. William Henry Edwards farmer Ambleside 1905 likely to be a son Application 25059

EDWARDS, William Matthew out of business Brooklyn Park, died c1896. Father of William Henry Edwards, John Foster Edwards, Ann Ellen WHITE wife of James White, Harriet WILLIAMS wife of John Williams, Rosa Ann GREGORY widow of the late James Gregory, Elizabeth Mary THOMAS wife of Edward Thomas. Also the testator's infant daughter, Elizabeth Ann Edwards, by his wife Lydia Edwards formerly Lydia ASGOOD 'from whom he was living apart'. Executors; William Denton CLAXTON agent Adelaide and William DEARMAN solicitor Adelaide Memorial 40/432

EDWARDS, William Rendall gardener near Cox Creek 1860 Application 1651

EDWARDS, William Thomas labourer Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 144/232

EDYVEAN, David tea dealer Kadina. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 214 County Daly

EDYVEAN, Sidney contractor Kadina 1920 Application 26860

EETTE, Josiah labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 392/20

No 1

EFFIELD, William bricklayer Norwood 1855[-1873] Memorial 328/94

EFFIELD, William bricklayer and mason Norwood 1881[-1887] Memorials 188 & 189/383

EFFIELD, William builder Norwood, died 10/11/1897. Husband of Elizabeth Effield Memorial 212/433

EFFIELD, William builder George St Norwood, died 10/11/1897. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Effield. Estate worth £200. Elizabeth Effield died 1904. Her real estate to their daughter, Sarah Louisa Effield, until she married. Then the property had to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst Sarah Louisa Effield, Elizabeth WRIGHT, Susannah B GOODEN and Alice E MOODY. Sarah Louisa Effield 49 spinster costumier Norwood married Joshua George ARMITAGE 51 bachelor clerk Parkside (Father: James Salisbury Armitage) on 18/5/1907 Holy Trinity Church North Tce Adelaide. Minister: Frank WEBB. Witnesses: HJ ARMITAGE teacher Houghton and H MOORE home duties Norwood 1908 Application 25417

EFFIELD, Elizabeth widow George St (relict of the late William Effield), Norwood, died 5/10/1904. Executors; Tom Jaques MOODY advertising agent Adelaide and Sarah Louisa Effield spinster George St, Norwood Memorial 52/458

EGAN, Ann Jane spinster Para Wurlie Hundred of Carribie land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 375 County Fergusson

No 1

EGAN, Edward of Rundle St, Adelaide and Emma Egan his wife formerly Emma COMPTON 1860 Memorial 212/170

EGAN, Edward farmer New Forest and Emma Egan his wife formerly Emma COMPTON widow of the late Thomas Compton formerly farmer New Forest now deceased 1860 Memorial 111/172

EGAN, Emma of Adelaide 1860 Application 1646

EGAN, Ellen widow Milang 1886 Memorial 116/380

No 1

EGAN, John labourer Brompton 1852 Memorial 492/45

EGAN, John [formerly labourer Brompton but now] farmer of the Bremer 1853[-1854] Memorial 447/60

EGAN, John farmer [formerly of the Bremer but now of] Adelaide 1854 Memorial 369/66

EGAN, John farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Gawler River 1854[-1859] Memorial 457/78

EGAN, John farmer formerly of Gawler River but now of Stockport 1862 Memorial 80/184

No 2

EGAN, John of Adelaide and Mary Egan his wife 1879 Memorial 55/319

EGAN, John McNamara baker Kadina. Moonta (Hundred ofWallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 105 County Daly

No 1

EGAN, John William formerly draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1861 but now sheep farmer Poodgenook Murray River 1863. Linked with Edward Egan of Adelaide (Rundle St) and his wife, Emma Egan nee COMPTON Application 4154

EGAN, John William draper Adelaide 1864 Memorial 332/194

No 1

EGAN, Joseph Hardy baker Adelaide and Harriet Egan his wife 1857 Memorial 2/217

EGAN, Harriet of Barfold District of Malmsbury Vic, died 10/10/1863 of diphtheria aged 28 years Memorial 63/337

EGAN, William Henry farmer Corney Point, eldest son and heir at law of the late Harriet Egan formerly of Adelaide but now deceased 1880 Memorial 250/323

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

EGAN, Lawrence schoolmaster Hindmarsh 1851[-1852] Memorial 130/36.

EGAN, Laurence gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 453/46

EGAN, Lawrence Governor of HM Gaol Adelaide 1855 Memorial 396/90

EGAN, Lawrence gentleman Penola Hundred of Young land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 148 County Grey

EGAN, Lawrence crown lands ranger formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 204/179

EGAN, Lawrence crown land ranger Tarpeena Hundred of Young land grant 1864 Grant Book 30 Page 129 County Grey

EGAN, Lawrence the Elder gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Tarpeena. Lawrence Egan the Younger of Tarpeena mentioned but not described 1866 Memorial 146/211

EGAN, Lawrence formerly gentleman Hindmarsh 1852 but now Crown Lands Ranger Tarpeena 1866 Application 7755

EGAN, Lawrence the Younger farmer Tarpeena Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 6 County Fergusson

EGAN, Lawrence formerly of Hindmarsh but now postmaster Tarpeena 1879 Memorial 96/318

EGAN, Martin farmer Marion on the Sturt 1873[-1875] Memorial 145/269

EGAN, Michael Secretary Hindmarsh Cemetery 1866 Application 8003

No 1

EGAN, Patrick of Clare 1870 Memorial 181/250

EGAN, Patrick gentleman Pekina 1877 Memorial 198/302

EGAN, PP motorman College Town 1924 Application 27250

EGAN, William butcher Bowden 1863 Application 4482

EGEL, Gottlob farmer Hundred of Talunga 1853 Memorial 417/50

EGEL, Heinrich August farmer Blumberg 1880 Memorial 192/323

No 1

EGEL, Johann Gottfried farmer near Tanunda 1854 Memorial 453/72

EGEL, Johann Gottfried farmer Nain near Greenock 1858 Memorial 108/139

EGEL, Johann Gottfried farmer formerly of Tanunda 1854 now of near Greenock 1866. He could not write Application 7365

No 1

EGEL, Johann Gottlob farmer Blumberg 1854 Memorial 79/67

EGEL, Johann Gottlob farme Blumberg 1877 Application 15849

EGERTON, Arthur barman Kooringa 1862 Memorial 119/183

No 1

EGERTON, Hugh Aldersey gentleman Peachey Belt 1854 Memorial 154/65

EGERTON, Hugh Aldersey gentleman [formerly of Peachey Belt but now of] Kapunda 1857[-1858] Memorial 323/113

EGERTON, Hugh Aldersey gentleman Kapunda, power of attorney to James WHITE land agent Allen Creek, to manage his SA business affairs 25/11/1857 Deposit 39/1858

EGERTON, Hugh Aldersey gentleman formerly of Kapunda but at present absent therefrom 1858 Memorial 149/132

EGERTON, Hugh Aldersey gentleman formerly of Allen Creek but now absent therefrom 1858 Memorial 96/139

EGERTON, Hugh A land agent Kapunda 1858 Memorial 391/147

EGERTON, Hugh Aldersey gentleman Kapunda Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 347 County Light

GERTON, Reginald Arthur Esquire General Post Office London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to his wife Margaret nee BAKER, to purchase Parliamentary Stocks and public funds from a trust fund to operate during their joint lives 25/1/1892 Deposit 31/1892.

No 1

EGERTON-WARBURTON, George Edward Esquire King George Sound WA, power of attorney to Samuel DAVENPORT gentleman Adelaide, and in case of emergency, William POPE solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA real estate 14/11/1879 Deposit 70/1880

EGERTON-WARBURTON, Emily Martha Rosina widow Albany WA, power of attorney to Gerald RAIKES gentleman and Angus McDONALD bank manager both of Albany, to administer the estate of her late husband, George Edward Egerton-Warburton gentleman St Werburghs WA, and become the guardians of his sons - Francis Joseph Egerton-Warburton and Cecil William Egerton-Warburton 23/7/1889 Enrolment 38/54

EGERTON-WARBURTON, Peter major Morley Bank Beaumont 1889 Memorial 24/423

EGERTON-WARBURTON, Richard gentleman Charlotte Waters Northern Territory, power of attorney to Rowland James EGERTON-WARBURTON, gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 2/1/1883. On 22/6/1894, Richard EGERTON-WARBURTON was at Erldunda Northern Territory. He had interests in the estate of his late father, Peter EGERTON-WARBURTON, including lots in Adelaide and suburbs, and a partnership called Warburton & Tomlinson in connection with Erldunda Station in the Northern Territory, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN and Charles Burton HARDY solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA and Northern Territory business affairs 22/6/1894 Deposits 45/1883 & 60/1894

No 1

EGGE, John teacher Wentworth NSW owned land at Goolwa 1868[-1879] Memorial 167/234

EGGE, John merchant Wentworth NSW 1887 Memorial 42/387

EGGE, John storekeeper formerly of Wentworth NSW but now of Norwood 1890 Memorial 103/402

No 1

EGGERS, Carl Julius Friedrich farmer Cockatoo Valley Hundred of Barossa 1854[-1859] Memorials 323/65 & 283/149

EGGERS, Julius farmer Kingsford near Gawler 1866 Memorial 190/216

EGGERS, Heinrich and Hermann Diedrich MENGERSEN storekeepers and copartners Lobethal, became bankrupts in 1860. They had a chance to pay off their debts. Heinrich Eggers also had his interest in a feudal estate called Arfrode in the Duchy of Holstein, Germany, at risk Memorial 35/168

No 1

EGGERS, Wilhelm of Adelaide Member of the SA Building and Investment Society 1849 Memorial 277/18

EGGERS, Wilhelm printer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 6/88

EGGERS, Wilhelm Julius out of business Greenock 1908 Application 25503

No 1

EGGERSTEDT, Heinrich builder near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

EGGERSTEDT, Heinrich mason Hahndorf 1860 Memorial 17/162

No 1

EGLINGTON, Andrew farmer Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 99/149

EGLINGTON, Andrew farmer Yahl Paddock near Mt Gambier 1878 Memorial 119/308

EGLINGTON, Agnes Kerr widow near Mt Gambier [relict of the late Andrew Eglington], about to leave the province, power of attorney to George COUTTS farmer OB Flat and Thomas WILLIAMS station manager Moorak near Mt Gambier, to manage her SA business 14/11/1882 Deposit 291/1882.

EGLINGTON, Robert farmer Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 155/277

EGLINTON, Charles yeoman Fifth Creek 1863[-1865] Memorial 272/190

No 1

EGLINTON, Edward clerk to Messrs BONNIN & ROWE solicitors Adelaide 1887 Memorial 148/393

EGLINTON, Edward law clerk Gawler 1894 Memorial 215/423

No 1 - likely to be the same person

EGLINTON, James farmer O'Halloran Hill 1875 Memorial 131/286

EGLINTON, James licensed victualler Terowie Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 95 County Kimberley

EGLINTON, James auctioneer Terowie 1883[-1888] Memorial 10/351

EGLINTON, James assistant storekeeper Reynella 1889 Memorial 35/437

EGLINTON, James formerly auctioneer Terowie but now provision merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1893 Memorial 19/417

EGLINTON, James out of business formerly of Terowie but now of Kensington 1925 Memorial 165/494

EGLINTON, John Charles hairdresser and tobacconist Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

EGLINTON, Robert blacksmith Reynella 1861 Application 2670

No 1

EGLINTON, Thomas labourer Catarpo 1880 Memorial 141/323

EGLINTON, Thomas labourer Catarpo Hundred of Whyte land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 56 County Victoria

No 2

EGLINTON, Thomas farmer Canowie 1881 Memorial 207/334

EGLINTON, Thomas farmer Canowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 43 County Kimberley

No 1

EGLINTON, William farmer Gumeracha 1853 Memorial 355/53

EGLINTON, William farmer North Gumeracha 1862 Application 6022

EGREMONT, Godfrey journalist Adelaide 1884 Memorial 199/360

EHMCKE, Hermann Wilhelm cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 86/42.

EHMCKE, Johann Wilhelm Theodor timber merchant Adelaide 1886 Memorial 93/374

EHMCKE, WH clerk Adelaide 1919 Memorial 167/478

No 1

EHRET, Louis George Jacob agent Mt Gambier Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 37 County Grey

EHRET, Louis George Jacob farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 35 County Grey

EHRET, Lorraine spinster Goolwa 1948 Application 28583

EICHLER, August miner Redruth 1865[-1867] Memorial 289/208

EICHNER, Wilhelm farmer Mt Pleasant 1857 Memorial 140/118

EICKE, Christina married woman Adelaide (Hindley St) and Annie ALLEN widow formerly of Pinnaroo but now of Adelaide (Hindley St) leased land together on Town Acre 50 in Hindley St 1913 Memorial 133/469

EICKE, Heinrich farmer Section 843 Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 480/90

EICKE, Wilhelm butcher Bowden 1870 Memorial 140/245

No 1

EICKERMANN, Friedrich Heinrich wheelwright Greenock 1856 Memorial 219/96

EICKERMANN, Friedrich Heinrich storekeeper Greenock 1859 Memorial 264/159

EICKHOFF, CP mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1883 Application 19873

EICKHOFF, Johann tailor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 466/41

No 1

EIFFE, Johann sawyer Armagh near Clare 1864 Memorial 75/195 EIFFE, Johann farmer Armagh 1867 Memorial 192/222

EIFFE, Johann farmer Clare 1875 Memorial 1/284

EIFFE, Johann farmer Armagh near Clare 1879 Memorial 200/316

EIFFE, John farmer formerly of Clare but now of Wirrabara 1880 Application 18053

No 2

EIFFE, John farmer Pamatta Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882[-1885] Grant Book 13 Page 382 County Dalhousie

No 1

EIFFE, Nicholas storekeeper and Patrick Eiffe farmer Pamatta 1885[-1886] Memorial 116/372

EIFFE, Nicholas storekeeper Pamatta 1889 Memorial 65/398

EIFFE, Nicholas storekeeper and farmer Pamatta, power of attorney to George Arthur JURY merchant Adelaide, to sell certain lands for him 15/5/1889 Deposit 62/1889

EIFFE, Patrick farmer Armagh near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 497 County Frome

EILENBERGER, RM accountant Pt Augusta 1873[-1879] Memorial 123/268

No 1

EIMBCKE, Edmund Theodor farmer Section 82 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1850 Memorial 219/27

EIMBCKE, Edmund Theodor yeoman Section 82 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1851 Memorial 73/31

EIME, Charles Richard farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 16 County Chandos

EIME, Franz Adolph farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

EIME, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

EIME, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Lameroo trustee Pinnaroo District Hospital 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 10 County Chandos

EIME, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

EIME, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Lameroo 1922 Memorial 114/485

No 1

EIME, Gotthold Siegismund and Louis Eime farmers Concordia near Gawler 1859 Memorial 313/157

EIME, Gotthold Siegesmund farmer near Morgan North-West Bend Murray River 1893 Memorial 65/418

EIME, Gotthold Siegesmund farmer Hundred of Schomburgk and Sophie Eime nee DREKMANN his wife 1895 Memorial 100/431

EIME, Hermann Ludwig farmer Hundred of Schomburgk. Hundred of Schomburgk land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 219 County Burra

No 1

EIME, Jonathan Christoph farmer Concordia near Gawler 1859 Memorial 314/157

EIME, Jonathan Christoph of Gawler 1882 Application 19049

No 1

EIME, Louis farmer near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 12/75

EIME, Louis farmer Concordia 1854 Memorial 265/77

EIME, Louis, Jonathan Christoph, Gotthold Sigismund and Wilhelm Ferdinand farmers Concordia 1857 Memorial 57/126

EIME, Louis farmer Concordia near Gawler, about to be absent from the province for a considerable period, power of attorney to his son, Gotthold Sigismund EIME farmer Concordia, to manage his SA business affairs 18/2/1860 Deposit 100/1861

EIME, Walter farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1948 Grant Book 12 Page 103 County Chandos

EIMER, Georg newspaper proprietor Norwood 1878 Application 16837

EIPPERLIN, George farmer Davenport 1891 Memorial 59/410

No 1

EISELE, James quarryman Dry Creek 1893 Memorial 132/416

EISELE, James quarry manager Northfield, died 25/10/1905 Adelaide Hospital. Husband of Lily Eisele Memorial 106/454

No 1

EISELE, James Ernest farmer Pooraka 1924 Memorial 85/491

EISELE, James Ernest farmer Pooraka 1924. Probably a son of James Eisele farmer Dry Creek, who died 25/10/1905, and his wife, Lily Eisele, who died 23/10/1923 Application 27282

No 1

EISEMANN, Johanne Wilhelmine widow Clarendon 1860 Memorial 48/171

EISEMANN, Johanne Wilhelmine widow Little Adelaide 1886 Memorial 102/378

No 1

EISEMANN, Otto Johann farmer Sandalwood 1923 Memorial 142/487

EISEMANN, Otto Johann farmer formerly of Sandalwood but now of Murray Bridge 1931 Memorial 64/504

EISEMANN, Philipp Jacob carpenter Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1856 Hundred of Kuitpo land grant Memorial 145/107

EISEMANN, Philipp Jakob carpenter Adelaide (Elizabeth St). Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1856 Grant Book 1 Page 298 County Adelaide

EISEMANN, Philipp Jakob the Elder carpenter Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1856. He must have died by 1873. Husband of Johanne Wilhelmine Eisemann and father of Philipp Eisemann the Younger. Application 12607

EISEMANN, Philipp tinsmith Adelaide (Franklin St) 1873, was the son and heir at law of the late Philipp Jakob Eisemann formerly carpenter Adelaide (Elizabeth St) who died c1860 intestate Application 12606

EISEN, Carl Adolph and Gustav Conrad Eisen farmers Lameroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 101 County Chandos

No 1

EISEN, Johann Samuel farmer Section 5033 Sources of the Onkaparinga 1855 Memorial 30/80

EISEN, Johann Samuel farmer Mt Torrens 1867 Memorial 179/218

EISEN, Johann Samuel farmer Western Branch of the Onkaparinga near Woodside 1859 Memorial 66/219

No 1

EISFELDER, Carl August gentleman Stepney 1857 Memorial 107/118

EISFELDER, Carl August storekeeper Stepney, died c1876. He left his entire estate to his wife, Luise Eleonore Eisfelder nee KEIDEL Memorial 120/287

EISFELDER, Ernst builder Wallaroo 1876 Memorial 197/291

EISFELDER, Wilhelm William saddler Beltana Out of Hundreds. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 3 County Not named

EISLER, Carl August miner Redruth 1856[-1883] Memorial 227/109, Application 19718

EITEL, Lionel Lambert farmer Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1914 Grant Book 2 Page 33 County Adelaide

EITZEN, Charles Edward formerly of Adelaide but now serving with the A Coy 11th Batallion 3d Brigade AIF in Egypt linked with Louis Teesdell Rudolph Eitzen provost sergeant Eighth Ave, East Adelaide. CE Eitzen signed a power of attorney on the Anzac Peninsula, Anzac Cove, Turkey 3/5/1915 Memorial 159/473

EITZEN, Harry Gaston drover of WA, supposedly a deceased person 1915 Memorial 160/473

EITZEN, Horace Herbert Norman dairyman Enfield 1924 Memorial 66/490

No 1

EITZEN, Julius Heinrich Christoph cabinetmaker Adelaide 1872 Application 12061

EITZEN, Julius Heinrich Christoph formerly cabinetmaker Rundle St, Adelaide, but now gentleman Glenelg 1880 Memorial 121/326

EITZEN, Julius Heinrich Christoph gentleman Glenelg, about to leave the province for some considerable period, power of attorney to Joseph Fogg PROCTOR bank accountant Glenelg and William MOFFLIN wool broker Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/10/1880 Deposit 70/1881

No 1

EKERS, Charles of Guichen Bay 1859 Memorial 255/155

EKERS, Charles saddler Lacepede Bay 1870 Memorial 132/248

EKERS, Charles [formerly of Lacepede Bay but now] police trooper Palmer 1877 Memorial 98/298

EKERS, John saddler Robe 1858[-1864] Memorial 130/141

EKINS, George gentleman Tynte St, North Adelaide died 13/7/1883. His widow, Eliza Ekins, died 11/6/1889. By 1890, his family was situated thus: William Emery Ekins gunsmith Kent Town, Sarah PILGRIM nee Ekins wife of Ebenezer Pearson Pilgrim clerk North Adelaide, Mary Ann SLOMAN wife of William Sloman bilder Medindie, and Mery Louisa EVANS wife of William Henry Evans gunsmith Enfield Memorial 172/401

ELAND, William Creaton storekeeper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 51/32

ELBOROUGH, Jacob Henry Wild carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 455/30

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ELBOROUGH, Stephen carter Norwood 1850[-1857] Memorial 68/25

ELBOROUGH, Stephen carter Kensington and Emma Elborough his wife 1871 Application 11675

ELBOROUGH, Stephen woodcarter Summertown 1902 Memorial 178/445

No 1

ELBOROUGH, Stephen Jones gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 390/16 Farmer Kensington 1850[-1853] Memorial 303/19

ELBOROUGH, Stephen Jones farmer Kensington 1850 Application 17388

ELBOROUGH, Stephen Jones gentleman Norwood 1860 Memorial 244/170

ELBOROUGH, Stephen Jones farmer Green Hill Road 1861 Memorial 245/175

ELBOROUGH, Stephen Jones gentleman formerly of Norwood but now of Mt Lofty 1861 Memorial 284/179

ELBOURN, Henry farmer Aldinga 1920 Application 26925

ELBURN, HF agent Adelaide (King William St) 1870 Memorial 27/249

No 1

ELBURN, HJ clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1854 Memorial 241/64

ELBURN, HJ clerk to Messrs FENN & WEARING solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 315/155

ELBURN, HJ clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1872 Application 12232

No 1

ELBURN, Henry James gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 239/83

ELBURN, Henry James gentleman Norwood 1865 Memorial 42/208

ELBURN, Henry James [formerly gentleman Norwood but now] grazier Onkaparinga River near Echunga 1866 Memorial 106/216

ELBURN, Henry James gentleman Burnside and Catherine Hetherington Elburn his wife,. Parents of Elizabeth Hetherington Elburn spinster 1869 Application 10166

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ELBURN, Henry James miner Mattawarrangala 1868 Memorial 144/235

No 1

ELDER, Alexander Lang merchant Adelaide, about to proceed to Europe for quite a while, power of attorney to George ELDER merchant Adelaide, formerly of Canada, to manage his SA business affairs 26/11/1849 Deposit 57/OA

ELDER, Alexander Lang no description Smillie Estate trustee (Act of Parliament Smillie Estate Act 1858) 1851 Application 19039

ELDER, Alexander Lang merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1852 Memorial 485/43

ELDER, Alexander Lang merchant Adelaide, transfer of power of attorney (22/4/1848) to George ELDER merchant Adelaide, to manage the affairs of Henry COLLIER Esquire late of Adelaide 2/4/1853 Deposit 408/1854.

ELDER, Alexander Lang merchant formerly of 2 Fenchurch Building, Fenchurch St, London, but now of 7 St Helen’s Place, London, Middlesex, England 1880 Application 18656

ELDER, Alexander Lang merchant of 7 St Helen's Place, Bishopsgate St, London and Campden House, Campden Hill, Middlesex, England, died 5/9/1885 Campden Hill. Husband of Mary Eliza Elder. His brother George Elder looked after his British estate while his other brother, Sir Thomas Elder, looked after his SA estate Memorial 40/378

ELDER, Mary Eliza widow Campden House Campden Hill, Kensington, Middlesex, England 1894 relict of the late Alexander Lang Elder formerly merchant AL Elder & Co of 7 St Helen's Place, Bishopsgate St, London, Middlesex, England, who died 5/9/1885. Mrs Elder had the right in trust to live in her husband's leasehold house for life. The Elders had 12 children - Mary Ann Elder (died between 1888-1894), William George Elder, Adelaide Lashbrooke HOGG wife of Henry Roughton Hogg, Thomas Edward Elder, Frederick Elder, Minna Constance Elder, Henry Richardson Elder, Margarert Johanna Elder, Lilian Mary Tracey wife of the Rev'd Frederick Tracey, Austin Alison Elder, Alexander Lang Elder the Younger, and Malcolm Balfour Elder Memorial 32/422

ELDER, David manager of the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co Ltd, Melbourne Vic, over the whole of Australia, power of attorney to Roland STRACHAN Esquire Adelaide, branch manager of the said company, to supervise the company’s business in SA 12/6/1888 Deposit 67/1888

ELDER, Edward Joseph surveyor Adelaide 1891 Memorial 65/409

ELDER, Frederick and William George Elder and Harvey WYLIE merchants St Helens Place, London, Middlesex, England trading under the style or firm of AL Elder & Co 1896 Memorial 20/427

No 1 - the Elder

ELDER, George the Elder retired merchant Adelaide House, Kirkaldy, CO Fife, Scotland, died 1/5/1868, of febris continua, about 13 days, aged 84. His parents were William Elder merchant and Agnes nee BAYNE. Husband of Johanna Haddow nee Lang. Two daughters - Elizabeth and Joanna Elder. The testator's son, George Elder the Younger, was a Montreal merchant Canada, by 1868, of Knock Castle, Weimyss Bay, Scotland. Another son, William Elder merchant St Margaret’s North Queensferry; Alexander Lang Elder Esquire 2 Fenchurch Buildings, Fenchurch St, London. Deposit 211/1868

No 2 - the Younger

ELDER, George the Younger merchant formerly of Canada but now of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 99/55

ELDER, George Esquire Adelaide 1854 'one of the undertakers for the construction, completion and management of the Adelaide City and Port railway' Memorial 485/75

ELDER, George the Younger Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, in case of death or absence from the province, power of attorney to represent William ELDER Esquire Adelaide, transferred to Thomas ELDER merchant Adelaide, and in default, Robert BARR SMITH merchant Adelaide 24/3/1855 Deposit 292/1857

ELDER, George Esquire Knock Castle, Co Ayr, Scotland 1873 Application 12994

ELDER, George the Younger formerly gentleman Adelaide late Esquire Knock Castle Wemyss Bay, Co Ayr,Scotland, had died by 1899 Application 23789

ELDER, George the Younger Esquire Knock Castle, Largs, Co Ayr, Scotland, died 22/7/1897, possessed of certain property in Australia, power of attorney from the trustees to Robert Barr SMITH Esquire Adelaide, and failing him, Alexander Martin, to sell the real estate and settle his SA business affairs 19/1/1899. Deposit 4/1902

No 1 - perhaps the same family

ELDER, James surveyor Walkerville 1861 Application 2541

ELDER, Mary Ann widow Walkerville 1878 Application 16541  45

No 1

ELDER, John farmer Yackamoorundie trustee Institute Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

ELDER, John farmer Monarto Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 92 County Stanley

No 1

ELDER, Thomas (Sir) of Birksgate Glen Osmond and The Pinnacles Mt Lofty 'a person of unsound mind'. The Hon John Lancelot STIRLING MLC of The Lodge Strathalbyn, with security of £30,000, to administer his estates 'once in every year or oftener if it should be so ordered' 1896 Memorials 44 & 45/429

ELDER, Thomas (Sir) GCMG Birksgate Glen Osmond, died 6/3/1897 Memorial 64/432

ELDER, STIRLING & Co merchants Adelaide - partners Thomas Elder, Robert Barr SMITH, Edward Stirling and John TAYLOR 1856 Memorial 331/116

No 1

ELDER, William commander of the ship Symmetry Pt Adelaide 1844 Memorial 383/3 Esquire Kensington 1849 Links with AL Elder Memorial 400/16 Gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now on a voyage to England 1854 Memorial 368/69

ELDER, William no description Smillie Estate trustee (Act of Parliament Smillie Estate Act 1858) 1853 Application 19039

ELDER, William Esquire St Margarets, Queen's Ferry, Co Fife, Scotland 1864 Memorial 279/192

No 2

ELDER, William aerated water manufacturer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 169/72

ELDER, William Donald the Younger farmer Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 92 County Stanley

ELDERFIELD, Isaac labourer Gawler West 1866 Memorial 143/209

ELDERTON, Katherine Jane laundress Kingston S-E 1906 Memorial 66/455

ELDIN, Charles printer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 228/127

ELDRIDGE, Daniel farmer North Rhine 1856 Memorial 148/116

No 1

ELDRIDGE, George farmer North Rhine 1854 Memorial 166/115

ELDRIDGE, George farmer near Angaston 1861 Application 2031

No 1

ELDRIDGE, Henry Clerk to Messrs RD HANSON and Richard HICKS solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 379/32

ELDRIDGE, Henry clerk to Messrs HANSON, PARKER & HICKS solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 360/34

ELDRIDGE, Henry clerk to Messrs HANSON & HICKS solicitors Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 122/46

ELDRIDGE, Henry clerk to Richard HICKS solicitor Adelaide 1855[-1868] Memorial 105/286

ELDRIDGE, HT clerk to Richard HICKS solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 164/278

No 1

ELDRIDGE, John labourer Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 258/11 Innkeeper Prospect late 1848 Memorial 196/13

ELDRIDGE, John publican Hand and Heart Inn Prospect 1851[-1854] Memorial 441/37

ELDRIDGE, John brickmaker Norwood 1850[-1857] Memorial 413/26

ELDRIDGE, Elizabeth of the Grand Junction Hotel Gepps Cross [wife of John Eldridge] 1861 Application 2346

ELDRIDGE, John gardener Norwood 1870[-1877] Memorial 13/249

ELDRIDGE, John gardener Norwood; ELDRIDGE, William builder Norwood; ELDRIDGE, George butcher Adelaide; ELDRIDGE, Russell labourer Norwood; ELDRIDGE, Cornelius brickmaker Beverley; ELDRIDGE, Joshua brickmaker Southwark 1883 Application 19808

No 1

ELDRIDGE, Thomas licensed victualler North Adelaide and Hellen Eldridge his wife 1857 Memorial 229/117

ELDRIDGE, Hellen widow North Adelaide, died 7/6/1892. Executor; Alfred William Eldridge carpenter North Adelaide Memorial 18/494

No 1

ELDRIDGE, William labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 425/23

ELDRIDGE, William labourer Adelaide (South Tce) 1851 Memorial 68/34 Labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 442/55

ELDRIDGE, William yeoman Glen Osmond early 1853 5 year lease of the Miner's Arms, Glen Osmond, for 5 years at £104 a year, together with 'the yard, garden, stockyard, stables and buildings'. Edwin OLLIVER owned the hotel. William LANE the previous leasee Memorial 484/46

No 2

ELDRIDGE, William labourer Plympton early 1853 Memorial 485/46

ELDRIDGE, William licensed victualler Light River 1854 Memorial 134/69

ELDRIDGE, William licensed victualler Light River 1857 5-year lease at £100 a year for the Miner's Arms public house which Ann LOWE widow Payneham owned Memorial 85/127

ELDRIDGE, William licensed victualler Miner's Arms Tavern, Light River Bridge near Kapunda 1858 assignment of lease Memorial 23/140

ELDRIDGE, William farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Blyth land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 365 County Stanley

No 3

ELDRIDGE, William brickmaker Norwood 1865 Application 6290

ELDRIDGE, William mason Norwood 1874[-1899] Memorial 45/274

ELDRIDGE, William of Norwood, died 3/5/1901. Father of Laura Louisa WELLS wife of Charles Calton Wells gardener Longwood near Mt Lofty Memorial 108/443

ELDRIDGE, William builder Norwood, died 1904. By 1904 , his widow Elizabeth Eldridge lived at Beulah Road, Norwood, his daughter Laura Louisa WELLS wife of Charles Calton Wells lived at Norwood, Ann Elizabeth PFUHL wife of Adolph Pfuhl grocer's assistant Norwood, son Arthur Edward Eldridge farmer near Mt Gambier and son Albert Eldridge clerk Norwood Application 24850

ELDRIDGE, William James farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Barunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 459 County Daly

No 1

ELEY, John clerk Alberton 1864 Memorial 83/200

ELEY, John railway clerk Alberton 1865[-1868] Memorial 99/206

ELEY, John clerk Alberton died 18/5/1897. His children included Ellen Mary STONE wife of George Stone farmer Baroota, Sarah Ann LAWTON wife of James Alfred Lawton coachbuilder Adelaide, ELEY, Thomas check clerk Broken Hill, John ELEY blacksmith Gladstone, Isaac Thompson Eley traffic superintendent, Richard King Eley storeman Alberton Application 23474

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ELEY, Thomas carrier Adelaide 1853 Memorial 115/50

ELEY, Thomas storekeeper Gawler West 1865[-1866] Memorial 339/207

No 1

ELFENBEIN, Carl ship's mate Goolwa 1857 Memorial 27/128

ELFENBEIN, Carl mariner Goolwa 1859 Memorial 173/149

No 1

ELFENBEIN, James Roland labourer Goolwa 1921[-1923] Memorial 111/482

ELFENBEIN, James Roland fomerly labourer Goolwa now farmer Currency Creek 1928 Application 27708

No 1

ELFORD, John labourer Brompton 1853 Memorial 454/46

ELFORD, John plumber and glazier Bowden 1853 Memorial 488/48

ELFORD, John plumber and glazier Bowden 1853 Tinman and iron worker 1854. Died 16/9/1854 intestate, of fever, aged 58. John TAIT apprentice Hindmarsh was the informant. Edward Elford zinc worker Cooper St City Road, Middlesex, England, likely to have been a relation, as he sold him the Bowden land. Was John Elford FRIEND tinsmith Bowden 1856 also a relative?? Application 11584

ELIES, August Carl farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1888 Grant Book 19 Page 171 County Fergusson

No 1

ELIX, Johann Christian cooper Gawler 1857 Memorial 200/118

ELIX, Christian farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1861 Memorial 282/177

ELIX, Johann George farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 459/75 Farmer Rosenthal 1857[-1860] Memorial 200/118

No 1

ELKAN, Edmund importer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1907[-1912] Memorial 197/456

ELKAN, Edmund formerly importer Adelaide but now out of business Mt Gambier 1921 Memorial 190/483

ELKAN, Edmund merchant and importer formerly of Ward St, North Adelaide but now of Mt Gambier 1919 Memorial 57/501

No 1

ELKAN, Julius Itzig Edmund out of business Hyde Park 1928 Memorial 35/500

ELKAN, Julius Itzig Edmund out of business Hyde Park, became a bankrupt in 1931 (No 509/1931) Application 28451

No 1

ELLARD, Edward cordwainer Brompton 1862[-1882] Memorial 178/185 Member of the Economic Land and Building Society 1862 Memorial 179/185

ELLARD, Edward cordwainer Brompton 1886 Application 21106

No 1

ELLARD, George yeoman Mt Gambier 1856 Memorial 253/105

ELLARD, George formerly yeoman 1856 but now farmer Mt Gambier 1865 Application 6319

ELLBOURN, Arthur labourer Aldinga 1872 Application 11862

ELLBOURN, Lindsay Mervyn labourer Willunga 1948[-1949] Memorial 184/522, Application 28651

ELLBOURN, Henry and ELLBOURN, Walter farmers Aldinga 1927 Application 27558

No 1

ELLERSHAW, Charles Esquire Adelaide 1863 Memorial 218/188

ELLERSHAW, Charles of Adelaide, died c1871. Executors; Charles FISHER merchant Goodwood and Adelaide, Joseph HOWARD gentleman Glenelg Memorial 20/296

ELLERSHAW, Charles John linked with Section 14 Hundred of Crozier Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 16/366

ELLERSHAW, H bank accountant Pt Pirie 1894 Memorial 74/422

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ELLERY, Edward water carrier Kooringa 1874 Memorial 30/274

ELLERY, Edward farmer Bruce 1890 Memorial 51/402

ELLERY, Edward the Elder of Kooringa, died 15/5/1889. His widow, Ann Ellery, died 15/8/1896 intestate. Letters of administration to Edward Ellery the Younger farmer Hundred of Bruce, to settle the estate 1897 Memorial 144/433

No 1

ELLERY, George farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1857 Hundred of Gilbert Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 461) trustee Memorial 262/128

ELLERY, George farmer and hawker Rhynie 1872 Memorial 152/258

ELLERY, George farmer Rhynie 1888 Memorial 152/390

ELLERY, George farmer Rhynie linked with John James Ellery farmer Rhynie and Silas Ellery farmer Hoyleton 1891 Memorial 61/408

ELLERY, Henry James storeman Yatala near Alberton 1926, born 9/6/1855, declared that he had lived on pt lot 17 at Alberton from 1860 until 1877. His brother, James Ellery out of business Alberton 1926, born 1/1/1860, declared that he had lived at the same address from 1860 until 1886 Application 27019

No 1

ELLERY, James Colonial Store Department 1842 Memorial 372/34.

ELLERY, James licensed victualler Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 192/14

ELLERY, James licensed victualler Adelaide 1852, died 1871. He left his entire estate in trust for the benefit of his wife, Anna Ellery, during her widowhood; then to be converted into cash and shared equally absolutely amongst all his children in remainder expectant. Trustees; Henry GILES gentleman Mt Pleasant and Thomas GILBERT gentleman North Adelaide Memorial 212/266

No 2

ELLERY, James publican formerly of Pt Victor but now of Truro 1892 Memorial 151/413

ELLERY, James out of business Alberton, aged 68 in 1927 Application 27596

No 1

ELLERY, James Albert licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Gambier 1872 Memorial 202/260

ELLERY, James Albert licensed victualler Adelaide Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 284 County Grey

ELLERY, James Albert publican Adelaide 1882 Application 18842

ELLERY, James Albert formerly licensed victualler but then out of business Bay Road, Mt Gambier, died 1905. Husband of Julia Anna Ellery. Father of Torrington George Ellery of Marlborough St, East Adelaide town clerk of the Corporation of Adelaide Memorial 107/454

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ELLERY, John the Elder Clare, died c1881. John Ellery the Younger and Maria VAWSER wife of Joseph Southwell Vawser greengrocer Clare inherited the estate Application 18974

ELLERY, John greengrocer Clare 1902 Memorial 146/446

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ELLERY, John James farmer Rhynie linked with Silas Ellery farmer Hoyleton 1901 Memorial 109/443

ELLERY, John James the Elder retired farmer Sheridan St, Woodville, died 24/8/1933. Husband of Annie Ellery. Father of John James Ellery farmer Rhynie, Caroline Baum WEBB of Halbury, Jane Henwood ROBERTS of Halbury, Elizabeth Susan PETHERICK of Main Street York (Port Road), Ivy Annie Halden BENNETT of Bunblewung WA, and Ada Mildred FULLER of Sheridan St, Woodville. Grandfather of Kenneth Edward WAIT and Blanche Ivy Wait (children of unnamed deceased daughter) of Rhynie Memorial 140/507 & RPA Search 930

ELLERY, Richard linked with Section 69 Hundred of Coomooroo Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 240/370

ELLERY, Silas farmer Clement Gap. Trustee Institute Clements Gap 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

No 1

ELLERY, Thomas farmer Richman Creek Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

ELLERY, Thomas miner Kooringa Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

ELLERY, Torrington George town clerk of the Corporation of Adelaide 1914 Memorial 95/471

No 1

ELLERY, William drayman Alberton 1860 Memorial 201/167

ELLERY, William carter Alberton 1875[-1884] Memorial 1/285

ELLERY, William carter Alberton 1883 Application 19893

ELLERY, William formerly licensed victualler High St Alberton now out of business 1897, declared that he had arrived in SA in late 1852, working in the store of Edward Gascoigne COLLINSON shipping agent Pt Adelaide, and as his coachman, until his death in 1861 Application 23273

ELLERY, William George farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa 1914 Memorial 7/471

ELLIGAN, James storekeeper O’Halloran Hill 1884 Application 20038

ELLIGET, W bank clerk Millicent 1904 Memorial 53/453

No 1

ELLIKER, Andrew Story wine merchant One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1884 Memorial 59/362

ELLIKER, Andrew Story wine merchant One Tree Hill 1884 Application 20388

ELLICKER, Dean Henry farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1885 Memorial 158/370

ELLINGHAUSEN, Auguste Wilhelmine widow Adelaide 1892 Memorial 1/415

ELLINGHAUSEN, Gustav Friedrich Otto clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 144/370

ELLINGHAUSEN, Johann Friedrich Ahrend shoemaker Tanunda 1860 Memorial 115/166

ELLIOT, George Tasman warehouseman North Adelaide 1920 Application 26860

ELLIOTT, Alexander Frederick James retired 54 Barham St, Allenby Gardens 1959, public officer for the Hindmarsh Congregational Church Inc Application 29367

ELLIOTT, Alfred Frederick labourer Spring St, Queenstown 1897 Application 23310

No 1

ELLIOTT, Archibald stockholder Wellington 1854 Memorial 360/66

ELLIOTT, Archibald farmer Wellington 1855 Memorial 31/93

ELLIOTT, Archibald stockholder Wellington on the Murray Hundred of Seymour land grant 1862 Grant Book 53 Page 100 County Russell

ELLIOTT, Arthur James 22 printer Strathalbyn (Father: Joseph Elliott) married Esther ROBINSON 21 Macclesfield (Father: Stephen Robinson) on 6/10/1887 Congregational Jubilee Office, Stow Manse Chambers, Adelaide. Minister; John Clunie MCMICHAEL. Witnesses: JW Elliott journalist and ME Elliott of Strathalbyn 1888 Application 21394

No 1

ELLIOTT, Benjamin labourer Payneham 1874[-1891] Memorial 147/277, Application 22091

ELLIOTT, Benjamin labourer Cook St, Payneham 1900 Application 24104

ELLIOTT, Benjamin butcher Payneham 1902 Application 24387

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

ELLIOTT, Charles farmer McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial336/65

ELLIOTT, Charles farmer McLaren Flat, died c1858. He left his entire estate in trust for life to his wife, Susan Elliott, and then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his unnamed children Memorial 251/151

ELLIOTT, Charles farmer McLaren Vale, landed in SA in 1849, and became a farmer on Section 487 Hundred of Willunga in that same year. He bought part adjoining Section 488 from Richard TIPPETT in 1850, 'for a valuable consideration'. The testator's son, William Thomas Elliott, built a house on this land in 1866 and had lived there ever since [at least until 1901] Application 24268

No 1 - perhaps the Younger

ELLIOTT, Charles farmer McLaren Vale 1859[-1875] Memorial 161/153

ELLIOTT, Charles and Robert farmers McLaren Vale 1888 Application 21525

No 1

ELLIOTT, Charles Albert Edward journalist formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Adelaide and his wife, Matilda Elliott nee ROBINSON daughter of the late Stephen Robinson formerly blacksmith Macclesfield who died 31/3/1879 intestate and his wife, Sarah Robinson now widow Macclesfield 1885 Memorial 154/367

ELLIOTT, Charles Albert Edward journalist North Adelaide 1920 Application 27156

ELLIOTT, Charles Henry surgeon Yorketown 1885 Memorial 233/371

ELLIOTT, Edward Mitchell machinist Riverton and Henericka Dorothy Elliott his wife 1894 Application 22660

ELLIOTT, Elizabeth landlady Kent Town 1882 Memorial 199/339

ELLIOTT, Frank Vincent Town Clerk of Walkerville 39 Stephen Tce, Walkerville 1958 Application 29309

No 1 - probably the same person

ELLIOTT, Frederick William chemist Kadina, about to marry Elizabeth JONES widow North Kensington 16/8/1866 Application 12148

ELLIOTT, Frederick William gentleman Norwood 1867 Memorial 229/226

ELLIOTT, Frederick William chemist Norwood 1875 Memorial 44/285

No 1 –

ELLIOTT, George shoemaker Adelaide 1847 Memorial 63/8

ELLIOTT, George licensed victualler Clinton. Clinton (Hundred of Clinton) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 14 Page 124 County Daly

ELLIOTT, George licensed victualler Adelaide (Rainbow Tavern Gouger St) 1873 Memorial 47/268

ELLIOTT, George farmer Yorke Peninsula. Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 64 County Fergusson

No 1 - probably the same person

ELLIOTT, Glen Dellar out of business Noarlunga 1935 Memorial 52/509

ELLIOTT, Glen Dellar Council employee Noarlunga, died 31/10/1953.Husband of Mary Kathleen Elliott. Executor; Norman Henry CAMPBELL accountant 20 Seafield Ave, Kingswood Memorial 11/529

ELLIOTT, Mary Kathleen widow Noarlunga 1954 Application 29044

ELLIOTT, Mary Kathleen widow formerly of Noarlunga but then of 15 Burlington St, Walkerville 1960, born on 20/5/1900 and married to Glen Dellar Elliott (died 31/10/1953). The Elliotts went to live at Noarlunga in 1935 Application 29391

No 1

ELLIOTT, Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Van Diemen’s Land 1848 Memorial 465/13

No 2

ELLIOTT, Henry farmer McLaren Vale 1850[-1859] Memorial 35/23

ELLIOTT, Henry the Elder farmer McLaren Vale, died c1867. He left an annuity to his wife, Mary Ann Elliott, and £100 to be divided equally amongst his unnamed daughters. Father of Charles Elliott and Henry Elliott the Younger Memorial 145/228

ELLIOTT, Henry farmer Willunga, died 10/9/1867. His widow, Mary Ann Elliott, died 15/7/1883, of asthma, aged 74. Their son, Charles Elliott farmer McLaren Vale, inherited some real estate Application 20095

ELLIOTT, Henry the Elder farmer McLaren Vale now deceased 1873, father of Henry Elliott the Younger farmer McLaren Vale his eldest son Application 12651

No 3

ELLIOTT, Henry farmer Baker Gully and Mary Anne Elliott his wife 1891 Memorial 208/411

ELLIOTT, Henry contractor Baker Gully near Clarendon, and Mary Ann Elliott his wife 1903 Memorial 179/447

ELLIOTT, Mary Ann widow Glen Osmond relict of the late Henry Elliott formerly contractor Baker Gully near Clarendon now deceased 1913 Memorial 13/469

No 4

ELLIOTT, Henry licensed victualler Adelaide (Globe Inn, Rundle St) 1857 Memorial 231/277

ELLIOTT, Henry licensed victualler Adelaide (Rundle St) 1860[-1861] Memorial 121/163

ELLIOTT, Henry Esquire Adelaide, about to reside in foreign parts, power of attorney to Edward Meade BAGOT stockholder Beefacres, Torrens River and Joseph DARWENT merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/3/1864 Deposit 72/1868.

ELLIOTT, Henry Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1873 Application 12562

ELLIOTT, Henry formerly licensed victualler Adelaide (Rundle St) 1861 but now gentleman Twyford, Berks, England 1874 Application 13880

ELLIOTT, Henry gentleman Twyford near Hurst, Berks, England, died 14/11/1876. All his real estate to his wife, Peggy ELLIOTT, in trust for life. After her death, the estate to be sold and some of the money divided amongst the following people. The testator's nephew James ELLIOTT (son of William Elliott), his sister Sophia ELLIOTT, his nephew Henry Thresher ELLIOTT (son of his late brother John Elliott), his sisters Helen Catherine Elliott and Mary Harriet Elliott; if any of the above people died before his wife, that share to go to his wife’s brother, Thomas DOUGLAS now in Australia, to his wife’s nephew Richard Butler PEAKE now residing in Australia, to his wife’s nephew Tom Douglas Peake, to his godson Douglas Henry HARROLD, son of Henry Charles Harrold, now residing in Australia, plus other people. The bulk of the estate to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the living children of his sister, Elizabeth, widow of James BULLOCK, of Holme Park Farm, Souning, Berks, England. Estate worth £6,000 Enrolment 82/52

No 5

ELLIOTT, Henry farmer Kilkerran 1886 Memorial 66/377

ELLIOTT, Irvin farmer Gumeracha. He leased Hopefield , Sections 6559 & 6374 Hundred of Talunga 1865 Memorial 101/203

ELLIOTT, Jack Alan udertaker 61 John St, Hindmarsh, aged 45 in 1958, declared that he had lived in the neighbourhood of Bowden and Hindmarsh all his life Application 29296

No 1

ELLIOTT, James printer Kapunda 1871 Application 11821

ELLIOTT, James printer Kapunda 1875 Memorial 225/285

ELLIOTT, James newspaper proprietor Kapunda Co Light. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 77 County Not named

ELLIOTT, James JP of Kapunda 1881 Memorial 18/330

ELLIOTT, James printer Kapunda, died 22/4/1883. Sarah Elliot of Kapunda one of the executors Memorial 165/361

ELLIOTT, Sarah widow formerly of Kapunda but now of the Semaphore; relict of the late James Elliott 1884 Memorial 158/363

No 2

ELLIOTT, James blacksmith Robe 1911 Memorial 159/465

ELLIOTT, James Mason blacksmith Riverton 1857[-1868] Memorial 214/121

ELLIOTT, Jesse watchman Pt Adelaide 1904 Application 24771

No 1

ELLIOTT, John Esquire Grove Lane, Camberwell, Surrey, England, died 4/9/1848. Estate worth £48,000. Property to his brother, James ELLIOTT, his sisters, Elizabeth VINEY and Jane KINGSTON. Some to Viney nephews and also charities. He owned much property in the Wellington and Light River Special Surveys Deposit 145/1861.

No 2

ELLIOTT, John stevedore Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 216/283

No 3

ELLIOTT, John miller Noarlunga 1874 Application 13575

No 4

ELLLIOTT, John farmer Bowaka Hundred of Bowaka land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 52 County Robe

No 5

ELLIOTT, John farmer Tickera 1892[-1897] Memorial 228/414

ELLIOTT, John Franklin labourer Alford. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 308 County Daly

No 1 – John Jamieson Elliott

ELLIOTT, John Jamieson blacksmith Robe S-E 1918 Memorial 184/476

ELLIOTT, John J JP retired blacksmith Robe S-E 1922 Memorial 124/486

ELLIOTT, John out of business Robe, aged 67 in 1934 Application 27900

ELLIOTT, John Jamieson formerly blacksmith but now retired gentleman Robe, aged 81 years in 1948 Application 28527

ELLIOTT, John Jamieson retired gentleman Robe, aged 82 in 1948, declared that he had lived in the area all his life Application 28630

No 1

ELLIOTT, John Telford dairyman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 240/16 Farmer Cowandilla 1853[-1854] Memorial 222/53

ELLIOTT, John Telford dairyman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 139/118

No 1

ELLIOTT, John Wilkinson and William David Wilkinson miners near Hope Valley 1850 Memorial 44/46

ELLIOTT, John Wilkinson and William David Elliott miners near Hope Valley. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 63 County Adelaide

ELLIOTT, John Wilkinson and Robert of Inglewood 1885 Memorial 208/369

ELLIOTT, John Wilkinson farmer Inglewood 1886 Application 21021

No 1

ELLIOTT, Joseph printer North Adelaide 1861 Memorial 347/174

ELLIOTT, Joseph compositor in The Register office Adelaide 1862 Application 2889

No 2

ELLIOTT, Joseph farmer Yorke Peninsula. Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 66 County Fergusson

No 1

ELLIOTT, Lionel Luke auctioneer Kapunda 1873 Memorial 14/266

ELLIOTT, Lionel L of Kapunda 1879 Memorial 107/316

ELLIOTT, Mark farmer Wellington 1854 Memorial 380/65

ELLIOTT, Mark farmer Wellington 1861 Application 2602

No 1

ELLIOTT, Matthew storekeeper Hindmarsh 1841[-1848] Application 9900, Memorial 248/7

ELLIOTT, Matthew yeoman Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 450/17 ELLIOTT, Matthew gardener Hindmarsh 1850[-1853] Memorial 105/25

ELLIOTT, Matthew labourer Hindmarsh 1851[-1853] Memorial 379/31

ELLIOTT, Matthew of Hindmarsh. Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1853 Memorial 219/64

ELLIOTT, Matthew farmer Rapid Bay 1854[-1863] Memorial 442/75

ELLIOTT, Matthew farmer Finniss Vale near Rapid Bay 1856 Memorial 30/113

ELLIOTT, Matthew farmer Rapid Bay 1861 Application 2467.

ELLIOTT, Matthew sheep farmer Second Valley 1875 Application 14056.

ELLIOTT, Matthew Henry undertaker Bowden 1879[-1894] Application 21847, Application 22681

ELLIOTT, N clerk Adelaide (Executor Trustee and Agency Co Ltd 22 Grenfell St) 1920 Memorial 159/481

No 1
ELLIOTT, Pearson occupation and work unspecified worked for William SCOTT occupation unspecified between January - September 1839. Excellent statement of account preserved in this application. W Scott deducted 3d from P Elliot's wages because he took time off work to attend court for some unspecified reason. By 1849, P Elliott was a farmer along the Torrens River with his brother Robert Elliott. R Elliott lived at Adelaide in 1840 and then moved to Payneham probably in the same year. By 1860, Pearson Elliott was a farmer of Hope Valley Application 1563

ELLIOTT, Pearson farmer Payneham 1846 Memorial 486/5

ELLIOTT, Pearson and Robert farmers Torrens River 1848[-1856] [Probably in the vicinity of Payneham] Memorial 64/11

ELLIOTT, Pearson and Robert farmer The Torrens. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

ELLIOTT, Pearson and Robert farmers Section 479 Survey B 1850 Memorial 293/25

ELLIOTT, Pearson and Robert farmers Hope Valley 1855 Memorial 312/97

ELLIOTT, Pearson farmer Hope Town, Hope Valley 1860[-1864]. The town on Section 306, Survey B. A Robert Elliott involved in sales. The town probably laid out by Robert STUCKEY Enrolment 24/45

ELLIOTT, Pearson farmer Hope Town Hope Valley linked with Robert Elliott farmer Pine Forest Dry Creek 1860[-1864] Memorial 56/169

ELLIOTT, Pearson labourer Payneham, died c1871. He left his entire estate in varying amounts to various members of his family - Ann Elliott his wife and his sons John Elliott, William Henry Elliott and Robert Elliott Memorial 57/253

ELLIOTT, Ann widow Payneham relict of the late Pearson Elliott formerly labourer Payneham now deceased 1875 Memorial 250/291

ELLIOTT, Philip Roy vigneron McLaren Flat 1942, linked with Wilfred Thomas Elliott vigneron McLaren Vale, who died 15/3/1942 Application 28330

ELLIOTT, Richard carpenter formerly of Angaston but now of Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 173/160

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ELLIOTT, Robert labourer Payneham 1843 Memorial 484/2

ELLIOTT, Robert farmer Golden Grove 1853 Memorial 419/47

ELLIOTT, Robert farmer Hope Valley 1853[-1856] Memorial 307/59

ELLIOTT, Robert farmer Torrens River 1855[-1856] Memorial 413/91

ELLIOTT, Robert and Pearson farmers of the Torrens 1848[-1856] Memorial 64/11

ELLIOTT, Robert yeoman Hope Town 1859 Memorial 72/154

ELLIOTT, Robert farmer Inglewood 1875[-1886] Memorial 104/283

ELLIOTT, Robert of Dry Creek Hundred of Maitland land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 106 County Fergusson

ELLIOTT, Robert the Elder farmer Inglewood 1886 Application 21021

ELLIOTT, Robert the Younger farmer Inglewood 1886 Application 21021

ELLIOTT, Robert the Elder farmer Inglewood linked with Robert Elliott the Younger farmer Millbrook 1885 Memorial 234/369

No 2

ELLIOTT, Robert born 13/6/1849, son of Henry Elliott farmer McLaren Vale and Mary Ann nee FERRIS Application 10836

ELLIOTT, Robert the Younger farmer McLaren Vale 1901 Memorial 225/442

ELLIOTT, Robert the Younger farmer McLaren Vale 1907 Application 25316

ELLIOTT, Robert farmer McLaren Flat 1916, declared that he had lived in the Hundred of Willunga for 66 years Application 26492

ELLIOTT, Robert the Younger farmer McLaren Flat. McLaren Flat Methodist Church trustee 1917 Memorial 116/475

No 3 - perhaps the same person

ELLIOTT, Robert labourer Salisbury 1873 Application 12653

ELLIOTT, Robert railway ganger Salisbury 1874 Application 14008

No 4

ELLIOTT, Robert gardener Payneham 1882[-1886] Memorial 248/340

ELLIOTT, Robert labourer Payneham 1886 Application 23392

No 5

ELLIOTT, Robert farmer Moockra 1886 Memorial 56/374

No 6

ELLIOTT, Robert farmer Maitland St, Mitcham, died 8/2/1891, of senectus, aged 82 Application 24646

No 7

ELLIOTT, Robert woodcarter Modbury 1910 Memorial 147/462

ELLIOTT, Robert carter Modbury and Eliza Elliott his wife 1914 Memorial 11/471

ELLIOTT, Ronald Arthur woodcarter Warradale 1949 Memorial 152/523

ELLIOTT, Ronald Donovan, ELLIOTT, Keith and ELLIOTT, Lionel John all LLB, in professional partnership as Elliott, Elliott and Elliott solicitors Ocean Chambers (2nd Floor), 113 King William St, Adelaide. The firm visited on Court Days to Two Wells, Mt Barker, Morphett Vale, Stirling West and Clarendon. Also at Hahndorf between 9-12.30pm Fridays, Lobethal 9.30-12.30pm Tuesday and Kingscote KI the 1st weekend in every month 1939 Application 28196

No 1

ELLIOTT, Thomas carpenter Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 239/63

ELLIOTT, Thomas carpenter Bowden 1870 Memorial 110/249

ELLIOT, Thomas carpenter Port Road, Bowden 1872 Memorial 35/286

ELLIOTT, Thomas carpenter and undertaker Bowden 1874 Memorial 233/278

ELLIOTT, Thomas undertaker Bowden 1884 Application 22027

No 2

ELLIOTT, Thomas storekeeper New Luxemburg 1889 Memorial 199/395

No 1

ELLIOT, Thomas Edward farmer McLaren Vale 1898[-1909] Memorial 176/434

ELLIOTT, Thomas Edward farmer McLaren Flat 1919 farmer McLaren Vale by 1920 Application 26819

ELLIOTT, Thomas Edwin farmer Watervale 1881 Application 18674

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ELLIOTT, Thomas william driver Queenstown 1890 Application 21767

ELLIOTT, Thomas William labourer Queenstown and Amy Eliza Elliott his wife 1902 Memorial 237/44

No 1

ELLIOTT, Walter Armstrong accountant Adelaide 1893 Memorial 6/419

ELLIOTT, Walter Armstrong and Jane STRONG linendrapers Adelaide (64 Rundle St) 1896 Memorial 49/429

ELLIOTT, Wilfred Thomas vigneron McLaren Flat, died 15/3/1942. Brother to Philip Roy Elliott of Government Road, Croydon Memorial 121/516

No 1

ELLIOTT, William miller Adelaide took out a 21-year lease on the West Tce steam flour mill (TA 186), together with the 'steam engine, boiler, wheels, stones, shafts, stoppers, and other tackle' at £310 a year from 1853 Memorial 379/60

ELLIOTT, William corn miller Adelaide 1855 Memorial 373/84

ELLIOTT, William miller Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1859 and again in 1867 Memorials 13/227 & 69/227

No 2

ELLIOTT, William district clerk Noarlunga 1921, declared he had been born in February 1860, and began as district clerk in 1905 Application 27038

ELLIOTT, William clerk of the District Council of Noarlunga 1923, declared that he had lived in the area for 50 years and had been Clerk of the Council since 1905 Application 27085

ELLIOTT, William out of business Noarlunga 1935, declared that he had lived in Noarlunga for 55 years Application 27979

ELLIOTT, William David and John Wilkinson Elliott farmers Happy Valley 1853 Memorial 418/46

No 1

ELLIOTT, William Henry gardener Payneham and Emma Elliott his wife 1886 Memorial 236/376

ELLIOTT, William hawker Payneham and Emma Jane Elliott his wife 1890 Application 21916.

ELLIOTT, William Henry gardener Payneham and Emma Elliott his wife 1892 Application 22274

No 1

ELLIOTT, William Thomas labourer Kensington 1851[-1852] Memorial 94/36

No 2

ELLIOTT, William Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1854] Memorial 353/56

No 3

ELLIOTT, William Thomas gardener Unley Park 1856 Memorial 38/97

ELLIOTT, William Thomas storekeeper Unley Park 1859 Memorial 220/151

ELLIOTT, William Thomas draper Unley 1867 Application 8698

ELLIOTT, William Thomas formerly gardener Unley Park 1856 but now of the Reformatory School, Ilfracombe, Cornwall, England 1874 Application 13978

No 4

ELLIOTT, William Thomas draper Adelaide 1875 Memorial 56/279

ELLIS, Ada married woman Tea Tree Gully, died 4/10/1926 St Peters Memorial 157/496

No 1

ELLIS, AG store assistant Meadows 1928 Memorial 78/500

ELLIS, Albert George farmer Kangarilla. Kangarilla Institute trustee 1946 Memorial 76/528

No 1

ELLIS, Alfred Charles farmer Pt Elliot, aged 52 in 1924, declared that he had lived in Pt Elliot for 52 years. He was a son of Frederick Ellis, who died 17/7/1889 Application 27267

ELLIS, Alfred Charles butter factory proprietor Pt Elliot 1927 Application 27579

ELLIS, Alfred George out of business Crystal Brook 1954 Memorial 182/529

ELLIS, Alfred Henry labourer 9 Ormonde Ave, Edwardstown East. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

ELLIS, Alfred Leslie storeman Fifteenth St, Gawler West, aged 57 years in 1958, declared that he had lived in Gawler for 39 years, except for 4 years' unexplained absence. He believed that a cottage built on Lot 94 by the present Jeff's Flour Mill and pulled down in 1910 used to be the home of the Mill caretaker. The nearby Mill store survived to be still a store under Messrs DARLING and their manager, Mr PATTERSON; then the building became headquarters for a local football club and the Scouts Association; Messrs Hugo FISCHER Lt bought the property in 1924 and established a leather and saddlery and hardware merchant's business in 1924. Jeffs Bros, who bought the businessin 1940, returned the store to its original use of being a storage area for grain and cereal produce Application 29300

No 1 - likley to be the same person

ELLIS, Arthur mason Rosewater 1903[-1918] Memorial 45/449

ELLIS, Arthur mason formerly of Middleton but now of McNicol Tce, Rosewater 1926 Memorial 116/496

No 1 - likley to be the same person

ELLIS, Arthur George storekeeper Meadows 1951, declared that he had been born in 1875 and had lived in the district all his life Application 28813

ELLIS, Arthur George shop assistant Meadows 1921 linked with the late William Ellis formerly storekeeper Meadows, who died 10/5/1920 Grant Book 2 Page 105 County Adelaide

ELLIS, Arthur George farmer and Arnold Lancelot Ellis store assistant both of Meadows linked with the late George Ellis formerly butcher Meadows South, who died 16/1/1930 Grant Book 2 Page 107 County Adelaide

ELLIS, Benjamin clerk Adelaide (Hindley St) 1859 Memorial 229/148

ELLIS, Charles builder Adelaide 1851 Memorial 374/30

ELLIS, Cornelius Green farmer near Moonta 1887 Memorial 13/385

ELLIS, E baker and G Ellis grocer both of Mile End 1898 Memorial 189/436

No 1

ELLIS, Edward farmer Hundred of Talunga 1857 Memorial 12/130

No 2

ELLIS, Edward draughtsman Adelaide 1883 Memorial 29/359

ELLIS, Edward draughtsman Adelaide, power of attorney to Mark Louis HENN printer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/3/1883 Deposit 137/1884

No 1

ELLIS, Edward William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1886 Memorial 99/376

ELLIS, Edward William gentleman, now of Melbourne Vic, formerly of Adelaide SA, power of attorney to Auguste DAVIES solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs while he is absent from the colony 25/3/1886 Deposit 66/1886

ELLIS, Edwin Arthur printer Oxford Tce, New Parkside, died 8/1/1930. Son of Maria Rachel Ellis. Husband of Elizabeth Ellis. Brother to Mary Loweth Ellis. Father of Marjorie Eileen Ellis Memorial 144/525

No 1

ELLIS, Frederick of Middleton 1869 Memorial 143/240

ELLIS, Frederick farmer Pt Elliot 1869 Application 10238

ELLIS, Frederick farmer near Pt Elliot 1882 Memorial 212/342

ELLIS, Frederick mason Pt Elliot 1884 Application 20212

ELLIS, Frederick and Thomas millers Middleton 1886 Memorial 157/380

ELLIS, Frederick builder near Pt Elliot, died 17/7/1889. Brother to Arthur Ellis mason Middleton Memorial 89/400

ELLIS, Frederick builder Pt Elliot, died 17/7/1889. Children as situated in 1894 - Arthur Ellis mason Middleton, Annie and Amelia Kezia Ellis spinsters Middleton, Alfred Charles Ellis mason Middleton, and Henry Ivan Ellis miller Middleton Memorial 136/421

ELLIS, Frederick builder Pt Elliot, died 1889. He left £150 to his sister, Emily Annie Ellis spinster Pt Elliot. His brother Arthur Ellis mason Middleton and William Thomas HARDING road contractor Pt Elliot to be the executors of his will. They had to sell his entire estate and then share the proceeds equally amongst his children Application 25976

ELLIS, Frederick William road inspector Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ELLIS, George brickmaker Kensington Memorial 302/22

ELLIS, George and Joseph brickmakers Norwood 1851 Memorial 411/31

ELLIS, George gentleman Kensington 1852 Memorial 435/42.

ELLIS, George and Joseph brickmakers Kensington 1854 Memorial 172/70

ELLIS, George gentleman Marryatville 1854 Memorial 443/70

ELLIS, George and Joseph gentlemen Marryatville 1856 Memorial 169/95

No 2

ELLIS, George farmer Meadows 1852 Memorial 124/80

ELLIS, George butcher Meadows 1889 Memorial 163/400

ELLIS, George butcher Meadows. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 102 County Adelaide

No 3

ELLIS, George gardener near Crafers 1861 Memorial 302/173

No 4

ELLIS, George mason Bowden and Mary Ann Ellis his wife 1866 Application 6014230

No 5

ELLIS, George boardinghouse keeper Pt Adelaide and Ann Ellis his wife formerly Ann JEWELL 1879 Memorial 99/316

ELLIS, George boardinghouse keeper Pt Adelaide, husband of Anne Ellis who died 31/3/1898. Mother of Thomas JEWELL, John Jewell, Mary Ann SIDOLI, Richard Jewell and Edith Ellis. Estate worth £450. Anne Ellis was formerly the widow of the late Richard Jewell boardinghouse keeper Pt Adelaide who died 26/11/1869 Memorials 173 & 202/435

No 6

ELLIS, George fellmonger Hindmarsh, died 4/12/1881. His widow, Ann Ellis, died 21/7/1882. Their youngest son, Jonathan Ellis, turned 21 on 11/3/1893 Memorial 20/418

ELLIS, George fellmonger formerly of Hindmarsh 1873 but now of Victor Harbor 1877 Application 15888

ELLIS, George fellmonger Hindmarsh, died 120/12/1881. His wife, Ann Ellis, died 21/7/1882, of embolism, aged 56. The Ellises had 10 children, the youngest of whom, Jonathan Ellis, turned 21 on 10/3/1893. Another child was Sarah GROVES of Hindmarsh. Likely another child was Hannah KING wife of Richard King fellmonger Richard St, Hindmarsh Application 23831

No 7

ELLIS, George farmer Mingbool Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1891 Grant Book 31 Page 123 County Grey

ELLIS, George Frederick mining engineer Adelaide 1900 Memorial 20/440

No 1

ELLIS, Henry labourer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 26/265

No 2

ELLIS, Henry farmer Houghton 1854 Memorial 148/66

No 3

ELLIS, Henry farmer Hamilton on the Light, died 21/1/1945. Husband of Adelaide Elizabeth Ellis. Father of Stella May Baird HUMBLE married woman Hamilton and Laurie Hamilton Ellis flour miller Riverton Memorial 143/530

ELLIS, Henry Edward verger Bowden 1898 Application 23678

ELLIS, Henry Ivan miller Middleton 1911 Application 25976

ELLIS, HF clerk Pt Adelaide 1910 Memorial 123/510

ELLIS, HJ miller Middleton 1915 Memorial 113/475

ELLIS, Isaac pensioner 267 Goodwood Rd, Springbank, died 31/5/1953 intestate, aged 72. Born 25/8/1879 Mitcham, son of Mrs Annie Elizabeth Ellis, who died 22/6/1922 and her house went to her son; the Ellises first lived in the house in 1886. Married his wife, Florrie Constance Ellis, on 9/11/1907. Children included - Albert Lawrence Ellis, Leonard Isaac Ellis, Howard Lewes Ellis, Gwendoline Maud O'CONNOR, and Muriel Florence GREGORY. Daughter Mona Elizabeth BROOK had died; her husband Edward Frederick Brook represented the interests of their two children in the division of their grandfather's estate - Barry Brook aged 8 and Sandra Brook aged 6 years 1954. Isaac Ellis's brothers and sisters included - Selena HANLEY of Spence St, Cowandilla, Alfred Ellis, Florence WESTON, Isaac Ellis, Sarah CONSIDINE, Louisa WOOD of Morgan Ave, Mitcham Park, and Emma SCROOP of Croydon Application 29071

No 1

ELLIS, James and William farmers Section 1152 Hundred of Adelaide 1855. Bought land in Magill. Enrolment 10/41

No 2

ELLIS, James barman Pt Elliot linked with William Ellis carpenter Pt Elliot 1860 Memorial 76/161

No 3

ELLIS, James farmer Auburn Hundred of Stanley land grant 1859 Grant Book 56 Page 156 County Stanley

No 4

ELLIS, James farmer The Companys Tiers 1860. He could not write Application 1082

No 5

ELLIS, James of Pt Darwin in the Northern Territory, died 17/1/1871 intestate and a bachelor. Letters of administration to George Ellis fellmonger Hindmarsh to settle the estate Memorials 24 & 25/319

No 6

ELLIS, James fellmonger Thebarton 1873 Memorial 113/265

No 7

ELLIS, James farmer Manoora Co Daly. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

No 8

ELLIS, James farmer Jamestown 1899 Application 23934

No 1

ELLIS, James William builder Bowden 1882 Application 19192

ELLIS, James William builder Bowden on the Hill and Louisa Ellis his wife 1905 Application 25047

ELLIS, James William builder Park Tce, Bowden 1913, declared that he had lived continuously in Bowden for 60 years Application 26167

ELLIS, Jane married woman Pt Augusta 1915 Application 26462

ELLIS, Jessie Eliza widow Pt Elliot 1938, declared that she was born on 17/1/1874 and had lived all her life in the township Application 28117

No 1

ELLIS, John Esquire Pt Gawler 1843[-1845] Memorial 477/96

ELLIS, John Esquire Pt Gawler SA Mining Association trustee 1851 Memorial 146/64

ELLIS, John Esquire Pt Gawler 1854 'one of the undertakers for the construction, completion and management of the Adelaide City and Port railway' Memorial 485/75

ELLIS, John Esquire Nailsworth 1848 [Probably his town house] Memorial 293/10

ELLIS, John Esquire Nailsworth 1854 Memorial 71/76

ELLIS, John Esquire formerly of Pt Gawler, now of Nailsworth 1857[-1858] Memorial 286/140

ELLIS, John Esquire formerly of Islington but now of Nailsworth 1857 Memorial 218/131

ELLIS, John Esquire formerly of South Road but now in parts beyond the seas 1859 Memorial 375/160

ELLIS, John Esquire Nailsworth, but now absent therefrom 1859 Application 649

ELLIS, John Esquire Benara Mt Gambier 1865 Application 6943

ELLIS, John Esquire formerly of Pt Gawler but now in parts beyond the seas and partners, Directors of the SA Mining Association, linked with Section 202 [Hundred of Saddleworth] 'near the Green Water Holes on the Gilbert River' and Section 2512 ]Hundred of Alma] at the junction of the Gilbert and Light Rivers. Also Sections 1966-1971 on the Emu Flats [Hundred of Clare] Co Stanley [south-west of Armagh] and Sections 2182 & 2186 at Emu Springs Hundred of Apoinga [Co Stanley in the original Memorial] which probably feed the Apoinga Lagoon 1863 Memorial 46/191

ELLIS, John Esquire formerly of Pt Gawler but now of Kelvedon Hall, Essex, England 1867 Memorial 111/223

ELLIS, John Esquire formerly of Pt Gawler and Nailsworth but now of Mt Gambier 1871 [on an SA visit] Memorial 85/255

ELLIS, John Esquire 19 Gloucester Crescent, Regent's Park, Middlesex, England 1873 Memorial 242/270

ELLIS, John Esquire formerly of Kelvedon Hall, Essex, England but now of Kempton Park, near Sunbury, Middlesex, England, died 22/3 1873 at Kempton Park. Father of Jane Ellis, William Chute Ellis, Jessy Ellis and Betty Ellis, John Chute Ellis Thomas Chute Ellis, Fanny Chute Ellis, Lucy Chute CONYNHAM wife of Herbert Conynham, Anne Chute Ellis and Elizabeth Chute Ellis. An extremely complicated set of trusts to share out the money from assets all around the world. The SA portion of the estate worth £100,000. Executors and trustees: AL Elder merchant Fenchurch Buildings, London, Frederick Charles Maitland merchant of the firm of Maitland, Ewing & Co 21 Birchin Lane, London; John Hindmarsh Esquire Victor Harbor and Henry Thomas Morris Esquire of Anlaby SA, who got £400 each for their work Memorial 232/268 & Deposit 229/1873

No 2
ELLIS/ELLISS, John brickmaker Marryatville 1850 Memorial 52/23

ELLIS, John gentleman Marryatville 1852[-1863] linked with George Ellis gentleman Marryatville Memorial 435/42

ELLIS, John labourer Marryatville and Mary Ellis his wife 1852 Memorial 159/40

ELLIS, Mary wife of John ELLIS yeoman Marryatville, died 19/4/1866, Bright's cordis, aged 63. George Ellis fruiterer Adelaide verified this statement Application 13248

ELLIS, Mary wife of John Ellis gentleman Marryatville, died 19/4/1866, of Brightii cordis, aged 63 1881Application 18898

No 3

ELLIS, John labourer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 155/61

ELLIS, John butcher Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 83/148

ELLIS, John yeoman Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 111/148

No 4

ELLIS, John the Elder railway clerk Bowden 1858[-1862] Memorial 322/139

No 5

ELLIS, John sawyer New Tiers 1865 Memorial 262/204

No 6 - perhaps the same person

ELLIS, John engineer Glanville and Susan Ellis his wife formerly Susan JONES. Britton James Jones farmer Findon probably a relation. Mrs Ellis entitled to estate from the will of the late Joseph GOULD formerly gentleman North Road now deceased 1890 Memorial 75/403

ELLIS, John publican Adelaide (Talbot Inn Gouger St) and Susan Ellis his wife 1900 Memorial 246/440

No 7

ELLIS, John farmer Aldinga 1895 Application 22846

No 1 - the same person or the Elder and the Younger??

ELLIS, Joseph gentleman Marryatville 1855 Memorial 377/83

ELLIS, Joseph storekeeper Magill 1857[-1860] Memorial 270/126

ELLIS, Joseph wheelwright Magill 1865[-1875] Memorial 262/207

No 2

ELLIS, Joseph farmer near Riverton 1867 Memorial 105/221

ELLIS, Joseph farmer formerly of Waterloo Plains but now of Kapunda 1918 Application 26663

No 3

ELLIS, Joseph blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 10651

ELLIS, Mr blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15373

ELLIS, Joseph blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1895 Application 22960

No 4

ELLIS, Joseph blacksmith New Parkside 1897 Memorial 234/431

ELLIS, Josephus and William farmers Cunliffe 1887 Memorial 182/383

ELLIS, Laurie Hamilton farmer Hamilton on the Light 1938 Application 28156

ELLIS, Leland Alfred Charles chief accountant 44 Holden Ave, Woodville, aged 56 in 1969, declared he had begun work with the Municipal Tramways Trust in 1929 Application 29736

ELLIS, MJ of Middleton 1897 Memorial 112/436

ELLIS, Percy Wren grazier Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1925 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

No 1

ELLIS, Richard butcher Macclesfield 1880 Memorial 230/323

ELLIS, Richard butcher Tea Tree Gully 1889 Memorial 143/400

ELLIS, Richard butcher Tea Tree Gully and Ada Ellis his wife 1912 Memorial 203/466

ELLIS, Richard butcher Tea Tree Gully 1921 Application 26987

No 1

ELLIS, Robert machinist Adelaide in partnership with Thomas HORWOOD and William STEVENS 1864. Partnership dissolved 1865 and W Stevens ran the business alone on Pts TA 68, 69 Memorials 245/199, 302/203

ELLIS, Robert engineer and ironfounder Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 40/239

No 1

ELLIS, Samuel cordwainer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 277/11

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ELLIS, Samuel farmer Chellerton near Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 115/85

ELLIS, Samuel farmer Macclesfield 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

ELLIS, Samuel farmer Macclesfield Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 363 County Hindmarsh

ELLIS, Samuel farmer Macclesfield Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 10 County Sturt

ELLIS, Sidney Edward farm hand Bowden 1900 Memorial 5/440

No 1

ELLIS, Sidney Gladstone butcher McLaren Vale 1913 Memorial 156/469

ELLIS, Sydney Gladstone butcher McLaren Vale and Ethel Jane Ellis his wife 1913 Memorial 17/468

ELLIS, Sydney Gladstone butcher McLaren Vale and Ethel Jane Ellis his wife. SJ Ellis mentioned but not described 1920 Memorial 145/479

ELLIS, Sydney Gladstone butcher McLaren Vale 1950 Application 28751

ELLIS, Stanley Edgar storekeeper Meadows and Hetty Ann Ellis his wife linked with George Ellis JP Meadows and William Ellis formerly storekeeper but now out of business Meadows 1915 Memorial 108/473

No 1

ELLIS, Thomas miner Kooringa 1852[-1882] Memorial 218/337

No 2 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ELLIS, Thomas mason Noarlunga 1855[-1860] Memorial 214/131

ELLIS, Thomas stonemason Middleton 1865 Application 6415

ELLIS, Thomas stonemason Middleton 1857 Memorial 105/123

ELLIS, Thomas mason formerly of Noarlunga but now of Middleton 1870 Memorial 148/247

ELLIS, Thomas miller Middleton 1886 Memorial 137/378

ELLIS, Thomas farmer Middleton 1888 Application 21431

ELLIS, Thomas stone mason Middleton 1911 Application 25976

No 3

ELLIS, Thomas carpenter Norwood 1872 Application 12215

No 4

ELLIS, Thomas labourer Moonta Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 66 County Daly

ELLIS, Thomas Chute sheepfarmer Benara near Mt Gambier 1895 Memorial 89/426

No 1

ELLIS, Walter land agent Adelaide 1931 Application 27835

ELLIS, Walter estate agent 65 King William St, Adelaide 1939 Application 28220

ELLIS, Walter Erskine factory inspector Westbourne Park 1928[-1946] Memorial 25/499

No 1

ELLIS, William carpenter Pt Elliot 1854[-1862] Memorial 45/69

No 2

ELLIS, William superannuated excise officer 19 Kingston Place, Cheltenham, Glos, England, died 3/7/1868, of cynanche and óedema of the larynx, aged 75. He received £80 a year from the will of John Ellis Esquire, formerly of Kelvedon Hall, Essex, and late of Kempton Park, Sunbury, Middlesex, England Deposit 272/1873

No 3

ELLIS, William bricklayer Bowden 1870 Application 11159

No 4

ELLIS, William storekeeper Meadows 1877[-1889] Memorial 116/302

ELLIS, William farmer Meadows 1890 Application 21969

ELLIS, William storekeeper Meadows linked with VICARY, Frederick William formerly storekeeper Meadows now prospector Broad Arrow WA 1896 Application 23229

ELLIS, William storekeeper The Meadows. Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) new trustee 1897 Application 23395

No 5

ELLIS, William farmer Cunliffe. Josephus and William Ellis mentioned but not described 1889 Memorial 94/397

ELLIS, William farmer Cunliffe 1891[-1895] Memorial 121/409

ELLIS, William Henry gentleman Adelaide Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 307 County Grey

ELLIS, WH wheat agent Terowie 1882 Memorial 189/343

ELLIS, William James schoolmaster Tungkillo 1866[-1867] Memorial 21/212

No 1

ELLIS, William Wren mason North Adelaide 1839 Mason Adelaide 1841 Application 19802

ELLIS, William Wren bricklayer Bowden 1850[-1882] Memorial 296/42, Application 19192

ELLIS, William Wren builder Bowden 1890 Memorial 219/408

ELLIS, Jane widow of the late William Wren Ellis stonemason Hindmarsh, died 19/9/1893, of pneumonia and bronchitis, aged 78 Application 25047

No 1

ELLISON, Daniel Thomas carpenter Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 124/346

ELLISON, Daniel Thomas storekeeper Kalangadoo trustee Institute Kalangadoo Kalangadoo East (Hundred of Grey) allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 354 County Grey

ELLISON, George Henry tobacconist and hair dresser Pt Adelaide 1904 Application 24790

No 1

ELLISON, John Montgomery farmer Lucindale 1883 Memorial 101/352

ELLISON, John Montgomery farmer Lucindale Hundred of Townsend land grant 1885 Grant Book 51 Page 74 County Robe

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

ELLISON, Samuel farmer Brownhill Creek 1853[-1854] Memorial 337/60

ELLISON, Samuel the Elder, Samuel the Younger, Andrew and Joseph farmers near Brownhill Creek 1871 Memorial 176/253

ELLISON, Samuel the Elder, Samuel the Younger, Joseph and Andrew farmers Mt Barker Road 1871 Memorial 73/257

ELLISON, Samuel K surgeon Pt Augusta 1868 Memorial 166/233

No 1 - probably the same person

ELLISON, William farmer Glen Osmond 1852 Memorial 205/44

ELLISON, William yeoman Adelaide (Carrington St), died 10/10/1877. He left his entire estate to Laura SPLAINE, Henry Home Splaine police constable Adelaide (Carrington St) and Harriet EAMES widow Queen St, Adelaide, in equal shares absolutely Memorials 5 & 6/304

No 2

ELLISON, William farmer Glencoe Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 226 County Grey

No 1

ELLISS, George gentleman Marryatville 1854[-1867] Memorial 188/67

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ELLISS, George gentleman Paradise 1858 Memorial 79/140

ELLISS, George storekeeper Paradise 1860 Memorial 327/161

ELLISS, George gentleman Paradise near Adelaide 1861 Application 2301

ELLIS, George storekeeper Paradise 1865[-1872] Memorial 299/208

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

ELLISS, George fruiterer North Adelaide 1874 Application 13248

ELLISS, George storekeeper North Adelaide and Joseph Elliss storekeeper Magill linked with the late John Elliss formerly yeoman Marryatville and his wife, Mary Elliss, both now deceased 1874 Memorial 247/271

No 1

ELLISS, John gentleman Marryatville 1852[-1865] Memorial 383/43.

ELLISS, John yeoman Marryatville near Adelaide and Mary Elliss his wife 1865[-1869] 66Application 14858

No 1

ELLISS, Joseph gentlemen Marryatville 1853[-1855] Memorial 396/50

ELLISS, Joseph storekeeper Magill 1859[-1860] Memorial 193/161

ELLISS, William sawyer Company's Tiers 1853 Memorial 311/59

ELLISTON, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 161/75

ELLISTON, Frederick Holmes gentleman and bachelor Norwood 1851 Memorial 52/31

No 1

ELLMAN, JH clerk to HS ANTHONY solicitor Adelaide (Leigh St) 1881[-1882] Memorial 220/332

ELLMAN, JH clerk to Messrs SYME & SISON brewers Adelaide (Pirie St) 1882 Memorial 23/343

ELLMAN, JH of Anglican Church Office Adelaide 1885 Memorial 120/365

ELLMAN, John Herbert clerk Church Office Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 164 County Not named

ELLWOOD, John farmer Muloowurtie 1888 Memorial 186/389

No 1

ELPHICK, Ebenezer clerk Adelaide Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 63 County Kimberley

ELPHICK, Ebenezer clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 53 County Victoria

ELPHICK, Ebenezer gentleman Pt Darwin Northern Territory of SA 1887 Memorial 155/381

No 1

ELPHICK, George butcher Adelaide (King William St) 1849 Memorial 455/17

ELPHICK, George butcher Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 116/29

ELPHICK, Henry yeoman Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 204/112

ELPHICK, Susanna widow Adelaide 1869 Memorial 16/242

ELPHICK, William Kennard chemist and druggist Adelaide 1845 Memorial 337/5

ELPTON, Henry solicitor Terowie 1881 Memorial 193/330

No 1

ELSDEN, Alexander De Verd farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 105 County Robe

ELSDEN, Alexander farmer Narracoorte 1907[-1908] Memorial 46/457

ELSDEN, James blacksmith Kaniva Vic. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 43 County Chandos

ELSEGOOD, Charles storekeeper The Sturt 1909 Memorial 122/461

ELSEGOOD, James linked with Section 227 Hundred of Wiltunga Co Daly 1887 Memorial 248/387

No 1

ELSEGOOD, Thomas farmer Marion 1856 Memorial 303/113

ELSEGOOD, Thomas labourer Coromandel Valley 1880 Memorial 124/322, Application 18084

ELSEGOOD, Thomas labourer Coromandel Valley 1880

ELSEGOOD, Thomas labourer Blackwood 1885 Memorial 193/371

ELSEGOOD, Thomas labourer Blackwood 1888, died 12/2/1894. Husband of Esther Elsegood. Father of Robert Elsegood farmer near Bute, John Elsegood, Matthew Elsegood and Margaret IVERSEN wife of Eliscus Iversen Memorial 145/446

ELSEGOOD, Thomas labourer of Blackwood, who died 12/2/1894 Application 24509

ELSHOLZ, Johann farmer Rosenthal 1850[-1858] Memorial 364/40

No 1

ELSHOLZ, August farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 163/72

ELSHOLZ, Johann August farmer Gawler 1860 Memorial 144/168

ELSHOLZ, Johann August farmer Gawler Town 1860 Application 1078

ELSHOLZ, Johann August innkeeper Freeling 1866 Memorial 82/217

ELSHOLZ, Johann Friedrich farmer Rosenthal 1856 Memorial 14/105

No 1

ELSON, Frances Ann widow Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1884 Grant Book 21 Page 48 County Flinders

ELSON, Frances Ann widow Cleve 1894 Memorial 97/423

ELSON, Frances Ann widow Cleve, died c1898. Linked wih Joseph Elson, Russell Frewer Elson and Walter John Elson all farmers near Cleve Memorial 42a/436

ELSON, Matthew linked with Section 66 Hundred of Mann Co Jervois 1888 Memorial 16/394

ELSON, Midford farmer Hundred of Mann 1891 Memorial 78/408

ELSON, Wilberforce linked with Sections 23, 24 Hundred of Mann Co Jervois 1895 Memorial 91/424

No 1

ELSON, William cordwainer Unley 1851 Memorial 370/30

ELSON, William cordwainer Unley 1868 Memorial 111/253

No 2

ELSON, William of Pt Lincoln 1873 Memorial 99/270

ELSON, William gentleman Pt Lincoln 1881 Application 18868

No 1

ELSTON, John butcher Gawler 1859 Memorial 297/156

No 2

ELSTON, John accountant Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 17/266

ELSWORTHY, William farmer Pt Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1905[-1907] Grant Book 14 Page 139 County Daly
ELTON, Georgiana spinster Inman Valley 1867 Memorial 111/221

ELTON, Mary Ann married woman Millicent Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 315 County Grey

ELTRIDGE, Cornelia Gladys spinster Pt Lincoln 1928 Application 27715

No 1

ELVAGE, Henry Joseph draper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 298/133

ELVAGE, Henry Joseph storekeeper Chain of Ponds 1859 Memorial 66/151

ELVAGE, Richard Henry shoemaker Kensington 1859 Application 324

ELVAGE, Selina Elizabeth of Elizabeth St, Norwood 1910, declared that she had lived at her present address for more than 40 years Application 25791

ELVIDGE, Robert of Callington on the Bremer 1877 Memorial 103/299

No 1

ELVIDGE, Thomas of Woodside 1883 Memorial 7/350

ELVIDGE, Thomas clerk Woodside 1883 Memorial 22/353

No 1

ELVIDGE, Trenham shepherd Woodside and Rosey Elvidge his wife 1882 Memorial 22/344

ELVIDGE, Rose widow Woodside, died 27/5/1928. Mother of Eliza MCMILLAN married woman formerly of Newcastle but now of Mayfield NSW, Kathrine RALLY and Bessie LOWRIE; also John Elvidge (husband of Annie Elvidge). Grandmother of Elma TEMPLER (of Woodside??) Memorial 37/500

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ELWARD, Michael farmer Hundred of Bendleby Co Granville 1882 Memorial 86/346

ELWARD, Michael of Eurilpa 1886 Memorial 33/378

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ELWELL, Alfred labourer Wirrialpa 1883 Memorial 90/347

ELWELL, Alfred found dead not far from Arrowie Station Homestead near Beltana on 23/8/1883 RPA Search 762

No 1

ELWELL, Joseph yeoman Glen Osmond 1850 Memorial 408/21

ELWELL, Joseph builder Marryatville 1857 Memorial 324/114

ELWELL, Joseph mason Marryatville 1869 Memorial 21/243

ELWIN, Hastings Esquire late of Seamore Place, Curzon St, Middlesex, but who had recently proceeded to Australia 1841 Memorial 101/8. Now of Sydney NSW 1844 Memorial 102/8

No 1

ELWOOD, Mary Anne spinster Adelaide 1862 Memorial 22/183

ELWOOD, Mary Ann spinster Adelaide 1863 Application 3866

No 1

ELWORTHY, Isaac Sloper gentleman Adelaide 1889 Memorial 132/397

ELWORTHY, Isaac Sloper gentleman Adelaide 1891 Application 22161

ELWORTHY, Isaac Sloper of Morphettville, c/- PO Glenelg 1891 Application 22047

No 1 - likely to be the same person

ELY, Thomas storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 274/21

ELY, Thomas dealer Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 286/38.

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ELY, Thomas yeoman Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 19/22

ELY, Thomas farmer The Sturt 1851 Memorial 467/33

ELY, Thomas farmer Blackwood Vale 1853 Memorial 183/53

ELY, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1851[-1854] Memorial 470/33

ELY, Thomas farmer Hundred of Yankalilla 1856[-1857] Memorial 306/96

ELZE, Gustav Adolph farm labourer Bower Hundred of Brownlow land grant 1911 Grant Book 18 Page 109 County Eyre

EMANUEL, Benjamin dentist Adelaide and Rebecca Caroline Emanuel his wife 1893 Memorial 229/417

EMANUEL, Walter Lewis solicitor 4 Ladbroke Court, Ladbroke Gardens, Kensington, Middlesex, England, died 4/8/1915, of intestinal obstruction and peritonitis, aged 46. His brother, Frank L Emanuel, of 67 Ladbroke Grove, was in attendance. WL Emanual bought a half share of the western moiety of TA 77, in Hindley St, as one of the Montefiore Estate Trustees 18/11/1898. At that time, he was living at 36 Finsbury Circus, London, Middlesex Deposit 8/1919

EMANUELE, Giuseppe of 381 Payneham Rd, Marden, managing director of Emanel Constructions Pty Ltd, whose registered office was situated at 375 Payneham Rd, Payneham 1971 Application 29795

EMBURY, Josiah Temple wool merchant Pt MacDonnell 1885 Memorial 47/369

EMERSON, George tinsmith Moonta 1884[-1889] Memorial 83/358

No 1

EMERSON, John clerk to HW PARKER & W Vernon HERFORD solicitors Adelaide 1855 Memorial 386/85

EMERSON, John gentleman Adelaide took out a lease on rooms in Watts Buildings King William St, Adelaide 1858 Memorial 240/145

EMERSON, J solicitor Kadina 1860[-1864] Memorial 208/348

EMERSON, John solicitor Kadina 1866 Memorial 161/216

EMERSON, J solicitor Kapunda 1870 Memorial 178/249

No 1

EMERSON, Robert labourer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1874 Memorial 1/279

EMERSON, Robert farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1879[-1883] Memorial 157/318

EMERY, AK Permanent Economic Loan Land Building and Investment Society secetary Bowden 1899 Memorial 192/437

No 1

EMERY, Charles labourer Queenstown 1878 Memorial 206/311

EMERY, Charles labourer Queenstown 1880 Application 18213

EMERY, Charles labourer Queenstown 1897, declared that he had lived in Hindmarsh between 1839-1857. He sold his allotment 92 to Samuel GOODRICH Application 25441

No 2

EMERY, Charles gardener Sydenham on the Torrens linked with Robert Emery farmer Campbelltown 1899 Memorial 189/439

No 1

EMERY, Elizabeth widow near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 63/21

EMERY, Elizabeth widow Section 503 Torrens River 1857[-1872] Memorial 1/139

EMERY, Elizabeth widow Campbelltown 1876 Application 15232

EMERY, Elizabeth Ann widow North Adelaide relict of the late Joseph Emery formerly licensed victualler North Adelaide now deceased, died c1866 [7/7/1866]. She left her household furniture and other items to her children under various conditions - Amy LUNNISS, Florence May Emery, Ida Elizabeth Emery and Louisa Hepzibah Emery. Mrs Emery's father, Thomas Moody WALKER soap and candle maker Adelaide (Robert St), one of the executors and trustees, to supervise this matter, He and the other executors, William James BAILEY wine and spirit merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) and Willliam VICKERY painter and glazier Adelaide (Rundle St), to decide whether to sell or lease out the Emery hotel, the Scotch Thistle, in North Adelaide, with the proceeds in trust for the support of Mrs Emery's children Memorial 60/213

No 1

EMERY, Frederick publican Thebarton surrendered a lease over the Butcher's Arms Hotel, Thebarton c early 1850 Memorial 409/42

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

EMERY, Frederick William butcher Thebarton 1846[-1850] Memorial 187/6

EMERY, Frederick William yeoman Brighton 1854 Memorial 261/63

No 1

EMERY, Isaac carpenter Adelaide 1837[-1840] Memorial 81/69

EMERY, Isaac licensed victualler Adelaide (Carrington St) 1854 Memorial 279/75

EMERY, Isaac Richard drayman Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 296/27

No 1 - the Elder

EMERY, John stock and cattle dealer Gilles Plains on the Torrens River 1846 Memorial 247/7 Brickmaker Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 426/11 Yeoman Hindmarsh 1849 and trustee for the funds of the Prince of Wales Lodge, which met at the Black Lion, Hindmarsh Memorial 88/14

EMERY, John the Elder labourer Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 286/20 Brickmaker Hindmarsh mid 1850 Memorial 385/23

EMERY, John the Elder District Ranger Hindmarsh. Hindmarsh Building Society director 1860 Memorial 123/172

EMERY, John the Elder yeoman Hindmarsh, died 1/10/1862. His wife, Elizabeth Emery, died 17/3/1875. Their children inherited the estate equally - Annie Maria Emery, Alice Emery, Esther SAUNDERS wife of Thomas Saunders butcher Hindmarsh, and Arthur King Emery 1881 Application 18353

EMERY, John the Elder yeoman Hindmarsh, died 1/10/1862. His whole estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Emery, for life then ‘to be equally divided between such surviving childen of mine by her lawfully begotten’ absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £30 Application 19659

EMERY, Elizabeth widow Hindmarsh mother of Anne Maria Emery, and Alice Emery spinsters Hindmarsh, Esther SAUNDERS nee Emery wife of Thomas Saunders butcher Hindmarsh, and Arthur King Emery 1864 Memorial 105/195

EMERY, John the Elder labourer Hindmarsh had died by 1875. His children included: Arthur King Emery shoemaker Adelaide, Anne SOFTLEY wife of William Softley teacher Middleton, Esther SAUNDERS wife of Thomas Saunders butcher Hindmarsh, and Alice WALKER wife of Thomas Walker tallow chandler Adelaide Application 14456

No 2 - the Younger

EMERY, John the Younger cooper Hindmarsh 1851[-1856] Memorial 203/34, Application 13830

EMERY, John the Younger (name in full John George Emery the Younger) cooper Hindmarsh, died cApril 1857. He left his entire estate to his widow, Hannah Emery, who later remarried to James HOVER, a paperhanger, and went to live in Melbourne Vic by 1863 Application 23238

No 3

EMERY, John labourer near Magill 1853 Memorial 162/54

EMERY, John farmer New Woodforde 1858[-1865] Memorial 346/145

EMERY, John formerly cow keeper Adelaide but now farmer New Woodforde 1866 Memorials 17 & 18/211

EMERY, Elizabeth widow Woodforde near Magill 1919 Application 26752

No 1

EMERY, Joseph wood carter Magill 1869 Application 10378

EMERY, Joseph mason Woodforde 1880[-1887] Memorial 4/324

EMERY, Joseph mason New Woodforde 1882 Application 18997

EMERY, Joseph gardener Woodforde 1889 Application 21693

EMERY, Joseph gardener Magill 1902 Application 24402

EMERY, Richard Henry?? gardener Athelstone and Julia Gill Emery his wife 1896 Application 23261

EMERY, Robert storekeeper Campbelltown 1876 Memorial 39/290

EMERY, Thomas Owen storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1887 Application 21232

EMERY, Walter Claud retired Woodforde Magill 1962, declared he was a son of Walter Sydney Emery (died 1956) and a grandson of Elizabeth Emery (died 1931). Leonard Leslie Emery was also a son of Elizabeth Emery Application 29477

EMERY, William yeoman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 312/2

EMES, Edward limeburner Pt Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 68 County Daly

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

EMES, Henry cooper Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 432/70

EMES, Henry cooper Le Fevre Peninsula 1855[-1857] Memorial 4/80

EMES, Henry the Younger cooper Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Application 15534

EMES, Henry water carrier Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 2/111

EMES, Henry waterman Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 190/134

EMES, Henry waterman Le Fevre Peninsula 1860 Memorial 247/261

EMES, Henry the Elder cooper and Henry Emes the Younger no description both of Le Fevre Peninsula 1860 Memorial 324/169

EMES, Henry the Elder cooper Adelaide linked with Henry Emes the Younger car proprietor Le Fevre Peninsula 1863 Memorial 248/188

EMES, Henry the Elder cooper Le Fevre Peninsula 1861 Memorial 139/174

EMES, Henry the Younger mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1861 Memorial 139/174

EMES, Henry the Younger car proprietor Le Fevre Peninsula 1863 Application 3942

EMES, Henry the Younger mariner Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5729

EMES, Henry the Younger car proprietor Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 131/239

EMES, Henry gentleman Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 Application 15372

EMES, Henry timber merchant Pt Adelaide 1887 Application 21239

EMES, Henry gentleman The Semaphore 1894 Application 22626

No 2

EMES, Henry clerk to Messrs HARDY & COOPER solicitors Adelaide

EMMEL, Christian Friedrich blacksmith Stockwell 1859 Application 3473

No 1

EMMERTON, Levi labourer and Newman gardener Fifth Creek 1868 Memorial 91/229

EMMERTON, Levi formerly gardener 1868 but now labourer Fifth Creek 1873 Application 12543

EMMERTON, Levi of Gum Flat, Yorke Peninsula 1876 Application 15469

EMMERTON, Levi gardener Fifth Creek 1881 Application 18901

EMMERTON, Levi gardener Fifth Creek 1882 Memorial 17/343

No 1

EMMERTON, Newman labourer Kensington 1850 Memorial 470/23

EMMERTON, Newman labourer Kensington 1851 Memorial 365/38.

EMMERTON, Newman yeoman Kensington 1853 Memorial 390/48

EMMERTON, Newman farmer Kensington 1855 Memorial 328/86

EMMERTON, Newman gardener Kensington 1855[-1858] Memorial 468/86

EMMERTON, Newman wood merchant Fifth Creek 1860. He could not write Application 1935

EMMERTON, Newman gardener Fifth Creek 1862 Memorial 33/182

EMMERTON, Newman farmer formerly of Kensington 1855 now of Fifth Creek 1873 Application 12741

EMMERTON, Newman farmer Kensington 1873 Memorial 88/265

EMMERTON, William Moss miner Montacute 1898 Application 23604

No 1

EMMETT, Edward Nucella merchant Adelaide 1842 Memorial 195/2

EMMETT, Edward Nucella gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 84/25

EMMETT, Edward Nucella auctioneer Adelaide (Rundle St) declared insolvent 9/7/1850 Memorial 112/107

EMMETT, Edward Nucella, declared bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 51/162

EMMETT, George Nelson solicitor 22 Kensington Park Road, Kensington, Middlesex, England, died 22/7/1880, of feeble heart and liver failure, and vomiting, aged 73. He had taken out the land grant for Section 465, Hundred of Willunga in 1839. Father of George Nelson Emmett solicitor 14 Bloomsbury Square Application 22370

EMMETT, Hamilton Cornewall/Comewall publican Adelaide (Club House Hotel Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 447/36

No 1

EMMOTT, Arthur James railway clerk Pt Lincoln 1928 Memorial 115/500

EMMOTT, Arthur James railway employe formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Adelaide 1947 Memorial 45/522

No 1

EMMOTT, H law clerk to Frank D HARRIS solicitor Gawler 1898 Memorial 13/436  1865 Memorial 109/208

EMMOTT, H clerk to HK PAINE solicitor Gawler 1907 Memorial 208/457

EMONSON, John miner Maryborough Vic 1861 Memorial 164/173

EMPSON, Arthur John clerk in holy orders Eydon, near Banbury, Oxon, England. In c1867, he lent Philip BUTLER, at that time of England, but now of SA, £9,000. Sum with interest still owing. Power of attorney to Thomas Elder Esquire Adelaide, to manage Butler’s land and recover the money 9/8/1871 Deposit 25/1873

No 1

EMSLIE/EMSLEY, Alexander farmer Section 3029 Barossa Survey 1850 Memorial 253/28

EMSLIE, Alexander farmer Gawler River Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 33 County Adelaide

EMSLIE, Alexander farmer Springbank near Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1852 Grant Book 1 Page 35 County Adelaide

EMSLIE, Alexander of Springbank near Gawler 1852 Memorial 203/64

EMSLIE, Alexander farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 219/62

EMSLIE, Alexander farmer Springbank Hundred of Barossa 1857 Memorial 153/119

EMSLIE, Alexander farmer Springbank near Gawler 1858 Memorial 164/137

EMSLIE, Alexander farmer Sandy Creek Hundred of Barossa 1858 Hundred of Barossa District School trustee Memorial 54/152

EMSLIE, Alexander formerly farmer Spring Bank near Gawler but now butcher Gawler 1859 Memorial 87/154

EMSLIE, Alexander butcher Gawler 1859 Memorial 232/158

EMSLIE, Alexander formerly of Springbank near Gawler but now licensed victualler Kapunda 1859 Memorial 54/158

EMSLIE, Alexander licensed victualler Kapunda 1862 Application 3184

EMSLIE, Alexander yeoman Kapunda 1864 Memorial 199/195

EMSLIE, Alexander labourer formerly of Sandy Creek but now of Gawler 1867 Memorial 190/223

EMSLIE, Alexander farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 468 County Daly

EMSLIE, Alexander gentleman Hundred of Barunga linked with James Russell Emslie farmer Barunga Co Daly 1881 Memorial 51/330

EMSLIE, James Russell farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 475 County Daly
No 1

ENDACOTT, John farmer Section 3112 Hundred of Munno Para Co Adelaide Gawler Plains 1851[-1857] Memorial 40/30

ENDACOTT, John stockholder Moorundee 1855[-1860 Memorial 54/99

ENDERSBY, Christopher sawyer Adelaide (James Place) 1854 Memorial 50/67 Sawyer Littlehampton 1855 Memorial 31/84

No 1

ENDERSBY, William builder Norwood Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 26 County Fergusson

ENDERSBY, William publican Price and Elizabeth Endersby his wife Price township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 20 Page 28 County Fergusson

ENDERSBY, William hotel proprietor Adelaide (Edinburgh Castle Hotel Currie St) 1886 Memorial 207/327

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

ENDERSBY, William farmer Pt Clinton 1900 Memorial 100/441

ENGEL, Hermann baker Adelaide 1869 Application 9806

ENGELBRECHT, Carl storekeeper Mt Gambier 1870[-1880] Memorial 167/249

No 1

ENGELBRECHT, Theodor ironmonger Adelaide 1856 Memorial 421/98

ENGELBRECHT, Theodor miller Rosenthal 1856 Memorial 195/105

ENGELBRECHT, Theodor ironmonger Gawler 1857 Memorial 71/127

ENGELBRECHT, Theodor storekeeper Gawler 1857[-1876] Memorial 167/148

ENGELBRECHT, Theodor storekeeper Gawler and Caroline Engelbrecht his wife 1864 Memorial 310/198

ENGELBRECHT, Theodor storekeeper Gawler and Caroline Engelbrecht his wife 1871 Application 11827

ENGELHARDT, August Friedrich Gottfried surgeon Hamilton on the Light 1860[-1861] Memorial 146/165

No 1

ENGELHARDT, Eduard farmer Tanunda 1848 Memorial 454/12

ENGELHARDT, Eduard shoemaker Tanunda 1861 Memorial 260/179

ENGELHARDT, Johann Wilhelm Eduard formerly farmer 1848 but now shoemaker Tanunda 1870 Application 10890

ENGELHARDT, Georg Jacob formerly of Adelaide, but now of Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Heinrich Christoph PACKENDORF of Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate 11/1/1854 Deposit 100/1855

ENGELHARDT, Max Theodor Alexander grazier Brighton 1929 Memorial 187/501

ENGELHARDT, Otto storekeeper Tanunda, power of attorney to Charles Henry GOODE merchant and Samuel Crawford PEARSON estate agent both of Adelaide, to manage his business until he repays £1,626 in debts to vvarious people 29/10/1880 Deposit 219/1880

ENGELKEN, Johannes 29 surgeon Rundle St, Adelaide (Father: Franz Engelken) married Honora GRIEVE 24 widow Norwood (Father: Cornelius Kearney) Witnesses: HL VOSZ painter Rundle St, and H WARD of Rundle St Application 17766

ENGELMANN, Johann George farmer near Mannum 1886 Memorial 192/374

No 1

ENGLAND, Alfred agent Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 478/35

ENGLAND, Alfred [formerly agent Adelaide but now] gentleman Sandhurst Vic 1882 Application 19206

ENGLAND, Amos of Mile End foreman JS BAGSHAW & Sons Lt 1909[-1917] Memorial 124/462

ENGLAND, Charles shoemaker Payneham 1881[-1883] Memorial 112/330

ENGLAND, Francis Hurtle land salesman Unley 1920 Memorial 189/481

ENGLAND, George gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 282/128

No 1

ENGLAND, Harold Ernest of Mt Benson 1915 Memorial 32/472

ENGLAND, Harold Ernest grazier Kingston S-E 1928 Memorial 60/500

No 1

ENGLAND, Harriet widow Mt Benson near Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 227/441

ENGLAND, Harriet widow Mt Benson, died 10/1/1912 Kingston S-E. Mother of Walter England farmer Mt Benson and Harriet FLINT married woman Mt Benson. Harold Ernest England farmer Mt Benson belonged to this family Memorials 157 & 158/467
                                                ENGLAND, John the Younger civil engineer Norwood 1867 Memorial 53/224

ENGLAND, Mark general dealer Mt Bold member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

ENGLAND, Walter grazier Kingston S-E 1940 Application 28278

ENGLAND, William James salesman Glenelg 1935 Memorial 83/509

ENGLER, Johann Ulrich storekeeper Kapunda 1866 Memorial 63/212

ENGLISH, Edward formerly of 41 Guilford St, Russell Square, Middlesex, late of Streatham, Surrey, died 31/1/1863. His SA estate to his daughter, Louisa Eliza De LaNNoY wife of Willam de Lannoy Esquire Landsdowne Place, Brighton, Sussex, England, for life, except with her agreeance and need for funds to pay out her brother, George Frederick COWNARD Esquire Streatham, Surrey. They agreed to sell all the SA land, including the Wellington Special Survey and the township of Wellington, and land in the Light Special Survey and the township of Victoria. Power of attorney to Joseph STILLING, William Henry CHARNOCK merchants Adelaide, to arrange the sale 25/7/1863 Deposit 94/1864

No 1

ENGLISH, James master of the barque Richardson Adelaide 1850 Memorial 90/20 Merchant Adelaide late 1850 Memorial 47/25 Captain Carrington St, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 238/30

ENGLISH, James late Commander barque Richardson, now Esquire Carrington St, Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 244/34.

ENGLISH, James captain Adelaide (Carrington St). Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

ENGLISH, James gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 65/69

ENGLISH, James gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1857 Memorial 265/114

ENGLISH, James formerly of Adelaide but now of Bath, Somerset, England 1860 Memorial 44/164

ENGLISH, James gentleman St Anne’s Place, Parkside 1884 Application 20340

ENGLISH, James (Captain) JP Parkside 1891 Application 22153

ENGLISH, James gentleman Young St, Parkside, died 13/3/1895 Glenelg. Estate worth £25,790. Executors: his nephew Joseph Wallace English architect Adelaide and John WYLES land and financial agent Adelaide. His nephew, Joseph Wallace English to get his home and contents in Young St, Parkside. Another nephew, John James SCOTT, to get a house in Oxenbold St, Parkside, for life, then the freehold in equal shares to his children as tenants in common in remainder expectant. Bequests of money to nephew Joseph Wallace English, niece Margaret Ann Brown, grand-niece Rachel Ann BURDEN, grand-niece Lilly SOUTHWELL daughter of his deceased niece Mary SOUTHWELL, grand-nephew George WILKINS son of his deceased niece Isabella Louisa Wilkins. Bequests to the Adelaide Hospital, North Adelaide Hospital, Home for Incurables Fullarton; Blind, Deaf and Dumb Society Brighton; Orphan Home Carrington St, Adelaide; Female Refuge, Norwood; Adelaide City Mission. £100 to his housekeeper Mary HENDERSON. When the real estate sold, the funds to be shared out amongst his relatives according to a certain formula. The executors to use W & T POPE solicitors Adelaide to do the legal work Application 25728

ENGLISH, James gentleman Parkside, died c1895. Uncle to Joseph Wallace English architect Adelaide. Estate worth £25,790 Memorial 86/443

No 2

ENGLISH, James farmer Hundred of Dalkey 1883 Memorial 210/348

ENGLISH, James farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 245 County Gawler

No 1

ENGLISH, Joseph Wallace architect Adelaide 1885[-1892] Memorial 79/369

ENGLISH & SOWARD architects Currie Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide, drew up lease plans of Cowra Chambers, pt Town Acre 142, Grenfell St, Adelaide 29/10/1892 Deposit 116/1892

ENGLISH & SOWARD architects drew up lease plans of City Chambers pt Town Acre 170 Pirie St Adelaide, for Messrs SILVER and ESPIE 1902 Deposit 96/1902

ENGLISH & SOWARD architects Adelaide, lease plan and additions to Royal Chambers part Town Acre 110 Currie St, Adelaide Deposit 61/1904

ENGLISH, Patrick labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 61 County Dalhousie

No 1

ENGLISH, Thomas builder Adelaide 1856 Memorial 293/111

ENGLISH, Thomas builder Adelaide 1857 linked with James English Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now residing in England Memorial 98/127

ENGLISH, Thomas Wolmer fruitgrower Paradise 1920[-1924] Memorial 142/482

No 1

ENGLISH, William farmer near Auburn 1871 Memorial 246/252

ENGLISH, William farmer Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 322 County Stanley

ENGLISH, William farmer Koolunga trustee Institute Koolunga Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 325 County Stanley

ENGLISH, William farmer Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 183 County Stanley

ENGLISH, William farmer Undalya Co Light Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

ENGLISH, William farmer [formerly of near Auburn but now of] Koolunga 1886[-1887] Memorial 203/379

ENNISS, John engine driver Hughes St, Mile End 1906 Application 25220

ENRIGHT, Cornelius labourer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1914 Grant Book 13 Page 213 County Dalhousie

ENOCK, Thomas schoolmaster Mt Remarkable 1859 Memorial 336/154

No 1

ENRIGHT/ENWRIGHT, James farmer Glen Osmond 1851 Memorial 30/38.

ENRIGHT, James farmer formerly of Glen Osmond but now of near Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 184/75

ENRIGHT, James farmer Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 432/49

ENRIGHT, James farmer Bugle Ranges near Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 91/140

ENRIGHT, Michael labourer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1910 Grant Book 13 Page 210 County Dalhousie

No 1

ENRIGHT, Patrick Aloysius RC clergyman Kadina 1890 Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

ENRIGHT, Patrick Aloysius RC clergyman formerly of Kadina but now of Pt Adelaide 1901 Memorial 234/443

ENRIGHT, Patrick Aloysius Roman Catholic priest Kadina 1912 Memorial 180/466 Formerly of Kadina but now of Manoora 1912 Memorial 197/466

ENRIGHT, Patrick Aloysius Roman Catholic clergyman formerly of Kadina but now of Manoora 1904 Memorial 192/451

ENRIGHT, Thomas labourer Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 61/221

ENRIGHT, William Thomas farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 214 County Dalhousie

ENTWISTLE, John Resident Secretary for the SA Branch of the Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co Ltd Adelaide 1903 Application 24680

ENTWISTLE, John Norman farmer Parilla trustee Parilla School 1920[-1922] Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

ERFURTH, Carl farmer Klemzig 1850[-1855] Memorial 489/82

ERHARDT, Johann Friedrich farmer Klemzig 1858 Memorial 23/139

ERLAND, Christian labourer Inverleigh near Geelong Vic 1870 and Eliza Erland his wife, formerly Eliza COADE widow of the late Thomas Coade formerly miner Geelong now deceased, who died 22/11/1861. Thomas Coade owned land in Queenstown Memorial 38/249

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ERNSTING, Daniel cooper Onkaparinga Road near the Sturt River 1847[-1850] Memorial 217/9

ERNSTUNG, Doneal labourer Gawler River 1853 Memorial 97/55

No 1

ERRINGTON, John brickmaker Allen Creek 1868 Memorial 143/234

ERRINGTON, John brickmaker formerly of Allen Creek but now of Riverton 1870 Memorial 135/245

ERRINGTON, John brickmaker Riverton 1873 Application 12608

No 1

ERRINGTON, Thomas yeoman Kensington 1852 Memorial 484/40.

ERRINGTON, Thomas farmer Plympton 1854 Memorial 117/73

ERRINGTON, Thomas gentleman Blexley and Sarah Jane Errington his wife 1891 Memorial 137/409

ERRINGTON, Thomas gardener Quorn, died 27/7/1900, of cancer, aged 85. His widow, Sarah Jane Errington 65 Mitcham (Father; Wiliam HOSKING) remarried to Joseph FREEMAN 70 widower farmer Koolunga (Father; Joseph Freeman) on 13/4/1905 St Michael's Mitcham. Witnesses; Stephen BASTIAN farmer and Catherine Bastian of Unley. Sarah Jane Freeman 71 widow Glen Osmond remarried to Joel PHILLIPS 69 widower gentleman Kensington (Father; Josiah Phillips) on 24/8/1911 Tattersall's Hotel, Hindley St, Adelaide. Minister: William A POTTS. Sarah Jane Phillips wife of Joel Phillips gentleman Glen Osmond Rd, Fullarton Estate, died 30/5/1913, of senility and cardiac failure, aged 73. Born in Plymouth, Devon, England, she had arrived in SA 71 years ago. 1 daughter living 1921 Application 26958

No 2

ERRINGTON, Thomas labourer Marion 1892 Application 22428

ERRINGTON, William stevedore Portland Estate 1873 Application 13184

ERSKINE, William Alexander sheep farmer Mosquito Creek … situate on the Overland route from Adelaide to Mt Alexander and about 32 miles from Wellington' 1865 Application 6880

ERWIN, John farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 127 County Victoria

ESAU, Albert John newspaper proprietor Arundall NSW 1897 Application 24414

ESAU, Ernest Edward grazier Punyelroo Co Sturt. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1906 Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

ESAU, William Steele accountant Adelaide 1914 Memorial 60/470

ESCHNER, Friedrich August farmer South Rhine Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 75 County Fergusson

ESCOTT, Francis Hansell grazier Bunyung via Morgan Co Eyre. Hundred of Lindley land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 192 County Burra

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ESCOTT, William overseer White Park Tothill Creek 1868 Memorial 27/231, Application 9372

ESCOTT, William farmer near Kooringa 1877 Application 16359.

No 1

ESCOTT, William Clement farmer Black Springs 1912[-1938] Memorial 34/467, Application 28122

ESCOTT, William Clement farmer formerly of Black Springs but now of Narembeen WA 1949 Memorial 106/523

ESCOTT, William Escott grazier Koonoona via Black Springs. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1915 Grant Book 8 Page 67 County Burra

ESGATE, Elijah labourer Marion on the Sturt, died 30/11/1899 Marion, of natural decay, aged 85 RPA Transfer 596550

ESLICK, John miner Kapunda 1886 Application 21094

ESPAGNE, George Edward labourer formerly of Kingston S-E 1927 but now of Wagga Wagga NSW and Rhoda Elizabeth Kate Espagne his wife formerly REK POOLE spinster Kingston S-E (daughter of Edward Poole) 1941 Memorial 89/515

No 1 - perhaps the same person

ESPIE, George gardener Adelaide 1848 Memorial 304/60

ESPIE, George storeman Adelaide 1873 Application 13004

No 1

ESPIE, James clerk to the Official Receiver Adelaide 1883 Memorial 80/354

ESPIE, James clerk to John CHERRY official receiver in insolvency for SA 1884 Memorial 209/362

No 1

ESSBERGER, Theodor licensed victualler Greenock Arms Greenock Creek 1856 Memorial 288/100

ESSBERGER, Theodor licensed victualler Nuriootpa Inn Nuriootpa 1864 Memorial 21/207

ESSBERGER, Theodor licensed victualler Nuriootpa, became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 225/218

ESSE, Herbert Clement clerk North-West Bend 1888 Memorial 43/390

ESSELBACH, Gustav Louis architect Norwood 1850 Memorial 5/21 Architect Stepney 1852[-1872] Memorial 312/45 Builder Stepney 1854[-1857] Memorial 394/65

ESSELBACH, Gustav Louis teacher of music Stepney, declared 20/3/1863, that he well knew Carl ROSENTHAL, who had come to SA in 1849. The two men resided together until C Rosenthal left SA again for good in 1850. He wanted Esselbach to join him in a business partnership, but nothing ever arranged. Rosenthal used to sign business papers as Carl Rosenthal & Co, but he traded as a sole trader Application 3725

ESSELBACH, Gustav Louis architect formerly of Norwood 1850 but now of Stepney 1877 Application 15842

ESSELBACH, Wilhelmine Sophie Susanne widow of the late Gustav Louis Esselbach gentleman Stepney 1885 Application 20767

No 1

ESSELBACH, Oscar restaurant keeper Adelaide 1879 Memorial 55/318

ESSELBACH, Oscar confectioner Adelaide 1885 Application 20767

ESSELBACH, Oscar confectioner Adelaide (King William St) 1887 Memorial 142/382

ESSELBACH, Oscar the Elder out of business Carlisle Road, Westbourne Park 1927 Memorial 129/496

ESSENHIGH, Frederick of Kensington 1850 Memorial 313/27

ESSENHIGH, John carpenter Dry Creek 1846 Memorial 283/129

ESSERY, William gardener Pewsey Vale near Angaston 1857[-1887] Memorial 279/117, Application 20092

No 1

ESSEX, Enoch labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 456/24

ESSEX, Enoch labourer Adelaide 1839. He left SA 24/2/1852 for Vic. Died 1/5/1866 Nish St, Echuca, intestate, of 4 weeks’ bronchitis, aged 77. A shepherd. Born in Co Gloster, England. Generally reported to have been married, particulars not known. Hannah FRY wife of Enoch Fry North Road declared 6/8/1868, that she had known Enoch Essex in Rodburgh, Co Glos, and then when he lived in Nailsworth SA. As a widower without children, Enoch Essex woollen manufacturer formerly of Nailsworth, Co Glos, married Harriet SMITH at Rodburgh in 29/9/1828. The Essex family had already left for SA (20/3/1838 arrived July 1838), when the Frys also emigrated in 1838. The Essex family had one child only who survived - a son, William Essex, born 11/3/1832 in England. Mrs Essex continued to live on pt Section 350 Survey B at Nailsworth, from 1839 when the family bought the land. Her son, William Essex, lived in Victoria in 1868, but no details given. Application 9429

ESSON, James police constable Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 89/273

ESTALL, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 179/13

ESTICK, John of SA purchased land in Victoria township at Kapunda 1852 Memorial 448/40

No 1

ESTICK, Lucy Emily married woman Goolwa 1921 Memorial 88/484

ESTICK, Lucy Emily widow Loveday St, Goolwa, died 17/2/1946. Sister of John James SPENCER watchman Goolwa and Gertrude Helen FLETCHER no description Memorial 31/520

No 1

ETHERIDGE, Anthony sergeant of the metropolitan police Adelaide 1854 Memorial 347/118

ETHERIDGE, Anthony of Millbrook 1873 Memorial 10/265

ETHERIDGE, Anthony gentleman Norwood 1880 Memorial 81/322

ETHERIDGE, Anthony gentleman Elizabeth St, Norwood, died 12/5/1886. Probably father of John Etheridge painter and Margaret Ann Etheridge spinster Norwood, who still lived there in 1901 (MA Etheridge died 18/9/1901). Executor; Thomas Walker BEE inspector of public houses Adelaide Memorials 167-169/444

ETHERIDGE, Ann widow of Anthony Etheridge out of business Elizabeth St, Norwood, died 2/1/1904, of diabetes and mortification of the foot, aged 59 Application 24844

No 1

ETHERIDGE, George of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 30/55

ETHERIDGE, George of Goodwood Park 1857 Memorial 143/232

ETHERIDGE, George mason Unley 1862 Memorial 342/186

ETHERIDGE, George mason formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of Unley 1875 Application 14511

ETHERIDGE, George builder Goodwood and Grace Priscilla Etheridge teacher Callington his wife 1881 Memorial 214/334

ETHERIDGE, John painter Norwood 1904 Application 24844

ETHERINGTON, Thomas carpenter Adelaide (North Tce) 1868 Memorial 101/233

ETTRIDGE, Arthur Leeson labourer Lake Hamilton 1906[-1909} Memorial 76/455

ETTRIDGE, Frederick Ernest labourer Lake Hamilton linked with Herbert Andrew Ettridge labourer Lake Hamilton and James Dutton Ettridge motor garage proprietor Pt Lincoln 1917 Memorial 110/475

No 1

ETTRIDGE, James Dutton mason Pt Lincoln linked with Arthur Leeson Ettridge labourer Lake Hamilton 1906 Memorial 76/455

ETTRIDGE, James Dutton mason Pt Lincoln 1911 Memorial 37/465

ETTRIDGE, James Dutton agent Pt Lincoln 1926[-1935] Memorial 199/495, Application 27651, Application 27771

ETTRIDGE, James Dutton formerly contractor Pt Lincoln but now retired contractor 42 Devereaux Rd, Hazelwood Pk 1946, declared that he had been born on 13/7/1875 at Mt Dutton Bay near Pt Lincoln, and lived in the Pt Lincoln district until he retired in 1937. He did a lot of sub-division and building in Pt Lincoln during his working life. Husband of Louisa Ettridge. Parents of Cornelia Gladys POOLE nee Ettridge married woman Fullarton 1947 Application 28500

No 1

ETTRIDGE, Joseph teamster Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1884 Grant Book 21 Page 48 County Flinders

ETTRIDGE, Joseph innkeeper Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 218/378

ETTRIDGE, Thomas labourer Pt Lincoln 1862[-1871] Memorial 8/255

No 1

EUNSON, James farmer Nairne 1857[-1858] Memorial 4/124

EUNSON, James of Nairne in the Lunatic Asylum 1885. His son, John Eunson of Nairne to deal with any business matters Application 20689

EUNSON, James yeoman and gardener Nairne, died c1907 intestate. By 1910, the family was situated as follows: John Eunson gardener Nairne, Jemima Eunson BOASE widow Nairne, Lavinia Eunson NEWNAIN?? married woman Taringa/Paringa Qld, and Elizabeth Eunson spinster Nairne [All the above people appear to be children of James Eunson] Memorial 60/463

EUNSON, Janet [wife of James Eunson nee MILLER] of Nairne, power of attorney to Stephen PARSONS licensed surveyor Adelaide, ‘to act for her in any cause, matter, action and thing in which I may be interested in the said province’ 12/4/1887 Deposit 84/1890

EUNSON, Elizabeth spinster, died 14/6/1941 Lourdes Valley, Glen Osmond, of hypostatic pneumonia and cardiac oedema, aged 78 Memorial 161/516

No 1

EUNSON, John labourer Nairne 1879[-1884] Memorial 42/319

EUNSON, John labourer Nairne, son of James Eunson labourer Nairne and Janet Eunson his wife 1884 Application 20271

EUNSON, John labourer Nairne, died 21/10/1934 Parkside Mental Hospital, of senility and mycardial degeneration, aged 83. A bachelor Memorial 94/508

No 1

EUNSON, Robert yeoman Nairne 1862 Memorial 345/182

EUNSON, Rebekah Linney 1885 widow of the late Robert Eunson of Nairne who died 31/7/1867 intestate. John Eunson of Nairne, the eldest son and heir at law of Robert Eunson’s property. John Eunson lived in North Adelaide by 1885. Other children of Robert Eunson alive in 1885 included James Eunson and Catherine Eunson SPENCE storekeeper Nairne widow of Samuel Spence. The Eunson and Spence families lived in Nairne by 1850. The family solicitor, a Mr HARFORD, went to live in New Zealand in the 1850s or 1860s. Manuel Spence mason Nairne gave some of this information in 1885 Application 20689

No 1

EUSTICE, John labourer Melrose 1865 Memorial 274/206

EUSTICE, John [formerly labourer Melrose but now] yeoman Mt Gambier 1872 Memorial 141/262

No 1

EVA, Josiah farmer Victoria Creek Hundred of Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1857 Grant Book 1 Page 48 County Adelaide

EVA, Josiah farmer Victoria Creek Hundred of Barossa 1858[-1874] Memorial 303/140

EVA, Josiah farmer Victoria Creek 1858 assumed the remainder of the lease of the Miner's Arms Tavern, at the Light River Bridge near Kapunda. He sold the lease again almost immediately Memorial 23/140, 261/144

EVA, Josiah farmer Victoria Creek Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 58/161

EVA, Josiah poundkeeper Williamstown 1862 Application 3212

No 1

EVAN, CB JP overseer Warrow 1880 Memorial 156/328

EVAN, Cadwallader Burton station manager Warrow Station near Pt Lincoln 1886[-1891] Memorial 176/380

EVAN, Cadwallader Burton grazier Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 25/378

EVAN, Cadwallader Burton gentleman of Adelaide and Oladdie 1887 Memorial 159/381

EVAN, Cadwallader Burton station overseer Warrow near Pt Lincoln 1889[-1892] Application 21785

EVAN, Cadwallader Burton clerk North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Warrow land grant 1899 Grant Book 21 Page 157 County Flinders

EVAN, Cadwallader Burton formerly station manager Warrow but now agent Millswood 1904 Memorial 84/450

No 1

EVAN, Cadwallader William Independent Minister Beaumont 1858 Memorial 21/144

EVAN, Cadwallader William minister of the gospel Adelaide, died c1886 Memorial 159/381

EVAN, Dudley Gwyn clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 61/364

EVAN, Florence widow Medindie 1893 Memorial 94/418

EVAN, Griffith Mostyn solicitor Adelaide 1896[-1923] Memorial 120/427

EVAN, GW solicitor Adelaide 1896 Memorial 174/428

EVAN, John farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 455/78

EVANCE, John teacher Adelaide 1858 Memorial 148/140

EVANS, AEH secretary to St Peter's College, Hackney 1915 Memorial 48/473

No 1

EVANS, Alfred Charles clerk Adelaide 1871 Memorial 56/254

EVANS, Alfred Charles land broker Pt Adelaide Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1877 Grant Book 46 Page 3 County MacDonnell

EVANS, Alfred Charles land broker Pt Adelaide 1879[-1880] Memorial 64/313, Application 18320

EVANS, Alfred Charles gentleman Pt Adelaide 1881[-1889] Memorial 16/332

EVANS, Alfred Charles land broker Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882[-1884] Grant Book 11 Page 8 County Carnarvon

EVANS, Alfred Charles land agent Queenstown 1890 Application 21967

EVANS, Alfred Charles agent Woodville 1900 Application 24049

EVANS, Alfred Charles agent Pt Adelaide 1920 Application 26940

EVANS, Alfred Charles agent Woodville 1924[-1927] Memorial 146/491

EVANS, Alfred Dean clerk Pt Adelaide 1908[-1910] Memorial 15/460

EVANS, Arthur Ernest Herbert accountant Brookman Buildings, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1928, declared that he had been Secretary of St Peter's College for 29 years Application 27712

No 1

EVANS, Bonham Caldwell storekeeper Redruth 1861 Memorial 182/176

EVANS, Bonham Caldwell storekeeper formerly of Redruth but now of Kooringa 1863 Memorial 335/191

EVANS, Bonham Caldwell storekeeper Kooringa 1863 Memorial 133/189

EVANS, Bonham Caldwell formerly storekeeper Redruth then Kooringa 1863 but now of Kapunda 1866 Application 7448

EVANS, Bonham Caldwell draper Kapunda 1867[-1871] Memorial 94/218

EVANS, CH monumental mason Waymouth St, Adelaide 1886 Application 21097

No 1

EVANS, Charles merchant at present residing in Adelaide 1840 [The family most likely lived at Glenelg]. He had married Catherine nee FERGUSON on 30/8/1834 at St George's Hanover Square London, England. Charles Evans died c20/11/1855 Marseilles, France. His eldest son and heir at law, Percy Charles Thomas Evans, was born c1835 and baptised at Charlton parish church, Kent. By 1861, PCT Evans was employed aboard the P & O Ship Ellona. Mrs Charles Evans lived at Eton Grove, Lee, Kent, England by 1865 Memorial 73/174, Application 26924

No 2

EVANS, Charles farmer Keyneton Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 180 County Sturt

EVANS, Charles farmer Rhine Villa Hundred of Angas land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 184 County Sturt

No 3

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

No 4

EVANS, Charles farmer Purnong Landing. Hundred of Forster land grant 1902 Grant Book 3 Page 28 County Albert

No 5

EVANS, Charles painter Kingston S-E 1906 Memorial 66/455

EVANS, Charles Alban farmer Purnong Landing. Hundred of Forster land grant 1902 Grant Book 3 Page 28 County Albert

No 1 - probably the same person

EVANS, Charles Horwood farmer Rhine Villa 1885 Memorial 24/366

EVANS, Charles Horwood farmer Hundred of Yalpara Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 94/370

EVANS, Daisy Bertha Ruby married woman Lyndoch 1921 Memorial 140/483

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EVENS, Daniel labourer Plympton near Adelaide 1842[-1845] Memorial 219/16

EVANS, Daniel farmer Willunga 1850 Memorial 281/20

No 1

EVANS, David linked with Thomas Evans both gardeners Upper Sturt 1882 Memorial 212/338

No 2

EVANS, David labourer Goolwa and Emily Mary Evans his wife 1898 Application 23666

No 1

EVANS, Edward labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1854[-1860] Memorial 441/67

EVANS, Edward boatman Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 333/193

No 2

EVANS, Edward butcher and baker Stirling North trustee unnamed school Hundred of Davenport land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

EVANS, Edward James hotelkeeper Golden Rule Hotel Adelaide (pt TA 158 Pirie St) 1905 Memorial 183/453

EVANS, Edward Peyton and Eliza Evans of Adelaide linked with Charles and Sarah ANGELL of Adelaide in a mining venture 1888 Memorials 36 & 37/395

No 1

EVANS, Elizabeth widow Hindmarsh 1845 Memorial 464/4

EVANS, Elizabeth widow Hindmarsh (widow of George Evans customs clerk), died 19/5/1845 consumption, aged 50. She had bought 3 allotments in Mitcham shortly before she died, to place in trust under Abraham FORDHAM farmer Sources of the Torrens formerly publican Grenfell St, Adelaide, for her daughter, Elizabeth Lea Evans, until she reached the age of 21 years, when she inherited the land outright. Mrs Evans had also invested in a herd of dairy cows and other livestock for her daughter Elizabeth to look after and increase until her sons all reached the age of 21 years; then the livestock to be sold and the boys receive an equal share. Boys' names - Robert Graham EVANS, William Kinsman Evans, Charles Evans, Arthur Evans. The daughter placed in sole guardianship of her brothers 'and I rely and trust that she will supply my place to her said brothers in kindness, affection and watchfulness over their interests'. Elizabeth Leah Evans died 7/1/1846 District of Adelaide of consumption, aged 24 years. The trustee, Abraham Fordham wine cooper Adelaide sold the three lots to John GRAINGER Esquire Mitcham in 1849 for £100 to benefit the surviving Evans brothers. Application 14041

No 2

EVANS, Elizabeth widow Upper Wakefield 1867[-1880] Memorial 130/228

EVANS, Emily Mary widow Goolwa, died 10/10/1934 Victor Harbor. Mother of Ethel May GRAHAM wife of Reginald George Graham barman Goolwa. Estate worth £2,982 Memorial 72/509

No 1

EVANS, Ephraim Secretary to the Nuriootpa Land, Building and Investment Society Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 246/117

EVANS, Ephraim schoolmaster Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 207/125

No 2

EVANS, Ephraim brickmaker Norwood 1862[-1877] Memorial 237/207

EVANS, Ephraim mason Stepney and Sarah Evans his wife 1877 Application 16150

EVANS, Ephraim formery brickmaker Norwood and stonemason Stepney now out of business Stepney 1904 Application 24803

No 1

EVANS, Ephraim Ebenezer storekeeper Tarcowie trustee Tarcowie Cemetery 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 53 County Dalhousie

EVANS, Ephraim Ebenezer storekeeper Yatina. Dalton (later Black Rock Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant Feb 1892 Grant Book 13 Page 447 County Dalhousie

EVANS, Ephraim Ebenezer storekeeper Black Rock near Kooringa. Dalton (later Black Rock Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant Oct 1892 Grant Book 13 Page 447 County Dalhousie

No 1

EVANS, Evan farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 122/231

No 2

EVANS, Evan watchman Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 81 County Daly

EVANS, Evan smelter Wallaroo 1886 Memorial 187/378

EVANS, Francis labourer Pekina and Mary Evans his wife. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 13 Page 15 County Dalhousie

EVANS, Francis Joseph farmer Rhine Villa Hundred of Angas land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 183 County Sturt

No 1

EVANS, Fitzwilliam Esquire Blakiston 1853 Memorial 339/56

EVANS, Fitzwilliam Anglican clergyman formerly of Blakiston but now Incumbent of St Margaret's Woodville 1857 Memorial 249/124

No 1

EVANS, Frederick miner East Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1903[-1905] Grant Book 14 Page 94 County Daly

No 2

EVANS, Frederick publican Hindmarsh 1907 Memorial 170/457

EVANS, Frederick publican Hindmarsh about to take over the Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden for 7 years' lease at £4 a week 1910 Memorial 99/463

EVANS, Frederick Lavington horticulturalist Keyneton 1920 Memorial 166/481

No 1

EVANS, George labourer Adelaide. Husband of Maria Evans. Father of Hannah Evans, Harriot Evans, Joel Evans, Henry Evans, William Evans 1844. By 1850, Hannah Maria Evans had married Bernard GILPIN gentleman Adelaide and Harriot Evans had married Peter FORD farmer Mt Barker District Memorials 308/23, 371/54

EVANS, George labourer Adelaide 1838. Solicitor Alfred SPENCE of Clark’s Buildings, Adelaide, found George Evans's son, Henry Evans, at Tothill Creek in 1868. Henry Evans said that his father died at home on South Tce ‘about 21 years ago’, and his son, William Evans, died there soon afterwards. Henry Evans replied 10/7/1868 ‘If you wish for any more information from me you will please to send a stamp’. ‘The party I sold the land to was quite satisfide and I dont see that I have anything more to do with it.’ Henry Evans was a farmer at Saddleworth in 1857 when he sold his father’s land (7 acres of Pt Section 375 District B) at Prospect to Charles DAVIS farmer Islington. Deed said that George Evans died in Feb 1846. His younger son, William Evans, died Aug 1848. Application 9231

No 2

EVANS, George farmer Hundred of Barossa. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1853 Memorial 61/300

EVANS, George died 1855 Adelaide Lunatic Asylum intestate. His brother, Thomas Evans farmer Upper Wakefield, inherited as heir at law. Thomas Evans was the husband of Elizabeth Evans. The father of George and Thomas Evans had died in Ireland since before the mid-1830s Application 15820

No 3

EVANS, George labourer Norwood 1856 Memorial 201/101

No 4 - perhaps the same person

EVANS, George the Younger farmer Bletchley 1872 Memorial 163/258

EVANS, George builder Riverton 1872 Memorial 152/258

EVANS, G the Younger builder Riverton 1872 Memorial 152/264

No 5

EVANS, George farmer Upper Wakefield Co Stanley. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 73 County Victoria

EVANS, George farmer Gulnare South 1882 Application 19107

EVANS, George farmer Gulnare South linked with Patrick Evans farmer Warnertown and William Joseph Evans labourer Gulnare South 1887 Memorial 241/386

EVANS, George farmer Gulnare Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1889 Grant Book 56 Page 98 County Stanley

EVANS, George farmer Gulnare, had died by 1893 intestate. Letters of administration to Mary Evans widow Mern Merna to settle the estate Grant Book 55 Page 192 County Stanley

No 6 – perhaps the same person

EVANS, George farmer Rhine Villa 1886 Memorial 84/374

EVANS, George farmer Purnong Landing. Purnong (Hundred of Forster) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 3 Page 151 County Albert

No 1

EVANS, George Angas sheep farmer North Rhine 1902 Memorial 158/445

EVANS, George Angas formerly sheep farmer Jellicoe, but now gentleman Toorak 1918 Application 26714

EVANS, Hannah and Sarah spinsters New Parkside 1910 Memorial 190/463

No 1

EVANS, Henry Esquire Flaxman Valley 1843 Memorial 284/3

EVANS, Henry of Shipley near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 424/10. Likely to be H Evans, later of Keyneton.

EVANS, Henry stockholder Evandale Middle Rhine 1851 Memorial 265/37

EVANS, Henry and William farmers Evandale near Angaston 1856 Memorial 223/109

EVANS, Henry of Evandale on the Middle Rhine, died 14/4/ 1868. He left his whole estate to his wife, Sarah Lindsay Evans Memorial 44/230

No 2

EVANS, Henry clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 41/78

No 3

EVANS, Henry carrier Kooringa 1854 Memorial 487/62

EVANS, Henry [formerly carrier Kooringa but now] farmer Section 1067 Hundred of Saddleworth 1854 Memorial 177/64

EVANS, Henry farmer Saddleworth 1856 Memorial 126/103

EVANS, Henry farmer Apoinga Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 368 County Light

EVANS, Henry farmer formerly of Apoinga but now of Tothill Creek 1864[-1865] Memorial 3/195

EVANS, Henry farmer Tothill Creek 1867[-1868] Memorial 203/222

EVANS, Henry farmer Tothill Creek Hundred of English land grant 1868 Grant Book 17 Page 164 County Eyre

No 4

EVANS, Henry farmer Pt Lincoln 1907 Memorial 230/456

EVANS, Henry Angas farmer Ivanhoe near Keyneton 1899 Memorial 196/438

EVANS, Henry James clerk Ovingham 1921 Application 27031

EVANS, Herbert shipping agent Adelaide (Currie St) 1875 Memorial 120/287

EVANS, Herbert Henry farmer Curramulka 1910 Application 25773

No 1

EVANS, HG of the Hundred of Yadnarie 1884 Memorial 236/359

EVANS, HG farmer Franklin Harbour 1891 Memorial 41/408

EVANS, Henry George farmer Cleve Franklin Harbour trustee Institute Cleve Cleve (Hundred of Yadnarie) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 39 Page 89 County Jervois

EVANS, HS clerk to AC Evans of Pt Adelaide 1906 Memorial 92/456

EVANS, Hugh and Herbert Owen Evans farmers Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 287 County Daly

No 1

EVANS, Isaac Sargeant butcher Adelaide 1874 Memorial 107/274

EVANS, Isaac Sargeant butcher Goodwood Co Adelaide. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 45 County Carnarvon

EVANS, Isaac Sargeant of Queenscliffe, Kangaroo Island 1888 Memorial 222/393

EVANS, J officer Adelaide & Suburban Tram Co, Kensington 1894 Application 22735

No 1

EVANS, James master mariner Alberton 1852[-1853] Memorial 264/44

No 2

EVANS, James yeoman Kilkenny 1852[-1853] Memorial 77/46

EVANS, James farmer formerly of Kilkenny but now of Melbourne Vic 1859 Memorial 252/152

No 3

EVANS, James Secretary to the Gas Works Grenfell St, Adelaide 1894 Application 22728

No 4

EVANS, James labourer Unley and Jessie Evans his wife 1903[-1919] Memorial 244/448, Application 26782

EVANS, Jessie wife of James Evans Corporation employee Dunn St, Unley 1916, declared that she was a daughter of the late William and Mary Ann DUNN, who lived in Dunn St off Arthur St, Unley, within a very short distance of Unley Rd, for many years prior to 1881. Mrs William Dunn used to operate a dairy and sold milk to Mrs James WAY a Bible Christian Minister's wife who lived in William St, Unley Application 26554

EVANS, Jessie widow Dunn's Lane off Unley Road, died 11/7/1928 Parkwynd Hospital, Wakefield St, Adelaide. Mother of Dorothy Evans, Netter FORDE, Archie Evans, Arthur Leslie Evans and Reginald James Evans Memorial 9/501

No 1

EVANS, Joel carter Light River 1853[-1857] Memorial 162/91

EVANS, Joel [formerly carter Light River but now] farmer near Kapunda 1856[-1859] Memorial 244/107

EVANS, Joel farmer Tothill Creek 1859[-1865] Memorial 301/148, Application 1308

EVANS, Joel farmer Apoinga Hundred of Waterloo Co Light 1861[-1870] Memorial 76/172

EVANS, Joel farmer Waterloo 1864 Application 4975

EVANS, Joel farmer Marrabel 1882 Application 19073

EVANS, Joel of Booleroo linked with William Evans farmer Willowie 1885 Memorial 71/368

No 1

EVANS, John bullock driver Adelaide 1848 Memorial 139/13

EVANS, John of Cheltenham near Tam O'Shanter Belt 1852 Memorial 36/46

EVANS, John formerly bullock driver Adelaide 1848, later of Salisbury 1854, died prior to Nov 1898 in Vic Application 27094

No 2

EVANS, John tailor Pt Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 197/44

EVANS, John storekeeper Robe 1856[-1867] Memorial 227/101

EVANS, John farmer East Robe 1859 Application 995

EVANS, John tailor formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 237/170

No 3
EVANS, John farmer North Rhine 1860. He could not write Application 1624

No 3 - perhaps the same person

EVANS, John miner formerly of Kapunda 1857 but now of Moonta Mines 1875 Application 14591

EVANS, John farmer Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 91 County Daly

EVANS, John farmer near Moonta 1894 Memorial 30/422

No 4
EVANS, John carpenter Adelaide (Compton St), died 8/8/1876 intestate. His widow, Mary Evans, died 13/7/1890. Surviving son, James Evans collar maker Adelaide (Compton St) 1890. Father's estate worth £30 Memorial 248/405

No 4
EVANS, John labourer Adelaide (Waymouth St) died 7/4/1879, of lupus and mitral valvular disease of the heart, aged 41 Application 22538

No 4
EVANS, John farmer Winninowie 1885[-1898] Memorial 9/371

No 5
EVANS, John farmer Franklin Harbour 1887 Memorial 229/388

No 6
EVANS, John and William farmers Willowie. Maria Evans of Willowie also mentioned 1894 Memorial 147/421

No 7
EVANS, John farmer East Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 98 County Chandos

No 8 – perhaps a continuation of No 7

EVANS, John storekeeper Moonta Co Daly. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1911[-1927] Grant Book 12 Page 98 County Chandos

EVANS, John Rees Washington contractor Pt Augusta and Emily Irene Evans his wife 1942 Application 28338

No 1 - likely to be the same person

EVANS, Joshua storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 413/71

EVANS, Joshua warehouseman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 273/79

EVANS, Joshua drayman Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 159/153

EVANS, Joshua storeman Queenstown 1861 Memorial 167/179

EVANS, Joshua formerly storeman 1861 but now shipping clerk Queenstown 1867 Application 8333

EVANS, Joshua shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15864

EVANS, Joshua shipping clerk Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 193/345

EVANS, Joshua insurance agent Pt Adelaide 1883, for many years confidential manager to Captain Richard TAPLEY, who managed the business affairs of the late Captain John MORDAUNT Application 19933

EVANS, Joshual gentleman Queenstown and Mary Allport Evans his wife 1894 Memorial 57/421

EVANS, Julia Susannah spinster Willaston 1918 Memorial 128/476

No 1

EVANS, Lawrence Henry Inkster clerk Strathalbyn 1910[-1914] Memorial 1/464

EVANS, Lawrence Henry Inkster ckerk formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Durdin Road, Hawthorn 1947 Memorial 60/522

EVANS, Leslie Roy mercantile clerk East Parade, Mitcham. St Michael's Mitcham trustee 1941 Memorial 106/515

No 1

EVANS, Mary Allport widow Queenstown linked with H Evans clerk Pt Adelaide 1905 Memorial 163/453

EVANS, Mary Allport spinster Woodville 1919 Memorial 153/478

EVANS, Mary Ann widow 198 Herbert Road, Plumstead, Kent, England power of attorney to George Dutton GREEN and James Chapman LOVELY land agents Adelaide, to sell her property in SA 31/8/1883 Deposit 233/1883

EVANS, Maurice Leslie orchardist Keyneton. PR Evans JP mentioned but not described 1920 Memorial 166/481

No 1

EVANS, Methusalem miner Kapunda 1865 Application 5880

EVANS, Methusulam railway porter Kapunda 1878[-1880] Application 16556, Application 18342

EVANS, Methusalem farmer Kapunda about to marry Mary WALSH 'housekeeper nurse and faithful attendant' to her uncle Joseph BRODIE farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda 1891 Memorial 117/410

EVANS, Methusalem farmer Kapunda 1892 Application 22359.

EVANS, Methusalem farmer Kapunda, died 7/7/1906. He left his real estate to his wife, Mary Evans, to her own use while she remained his widow Application 25208

EVANS, Methusalem farmer near Kapunda, died c1906. Executors: John Henry HITCHENS storekeeper Kapunda and Evan JAMES iron and timber merchant Kapunda Memorial 235/455

No 1

EVANS, Morgan of Norwood 1857 Memorial 201/116

EVANS, Morgan full age bachelor miner Plymouth St, Merthyr-Tydfil, Co Glamorgan, Wales (Father: Morgan Evans farmer) married Susannah JONES full age spinster Plymouth St (Father: Thomas Jones hallier) on 30/7/1845 in the parish church. The Evanses emigrated to SA. Lived 1st Norwood, then Kapunda. Morgan Evans died 7/5/1866 Kapunda intestate. His eldest son, Brigham Thomas Evans, born 16/5/1852 not stated where, now miner of Wolca near Mt Perry Qld, inherited his estate as heir at law. Estate worth £100. Three girls born before the son - Jane born 7/8/1846, Margaret born 18/7/1848, Jane born 20/3/1850. Benjamin BROWN house painter Cleve St, Norwood, bought the Evans family's former home in William St, Norwood on 25/9/1873 Application 13163

No 1

EVANS, Patrick of Napperby. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

EVANS, Patrick farmer Warnertown, had died by 1912. Executors – William CLARK storekeeper Pt Pirie and Frederick William KLOPPER farmer Crystal Brook Grant Book 60 Page 401 County Victoria

No 1

EVANS, Percy Reginald agriculturalist Keyneton 1910 Memorial 87/462

EVANS, PR clerk Ivanhoe Keyneton 1906 Memorial 131/454

EVANS, PR private secretary to Ronald Fife ANGAS stockholder Collingrove near Angaston and Monica Alice Angas his wife 1919 Memorial 64/479

No 1

EVANS, PH clerk to Messrs Symon, Bakewell & Symon solicitors Adelaide 1885 Application 21093

EVANS, PH law clerk Adelaide 1898 Memorial 24/436

EVANS, Philip John chemist Norwood 1884 Memorial 175/361

EVANS, Ralph Leonard farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 101 County Chandos

No 1

EVANS, Richard mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 369/65

EVANS, Richard Evans mechanic and master mariner Pt Adelaide, died 27/7/1859 Queenstown intestate, of phthisis, aged 31. Father of Richard Owen Evans clerk Pt Adelaide, the eldest soh and heir at law. Richard Evans also father of Henry Evans. Richard Evans's widow, Jane Evans, remarried to George SCOTT master mariner Queenstown Application 20774

EVANS, Richard Owen shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1909[-1913]

No 2 - the same family

EVANS, Richard labourer Stirling East 1868 Memorial 30/231

EVANS, Richard road overseer Biggs Flat, died c1896. Father of Janet and Hannah Evans spinsters Biggs Flat Memorial 38/430

EVANS, Hannah post mistress Echunga 1904, daughter of Richard Evans formerly labourer Stirling late road overseer Bigg Flat, who died 12/9/1896 Application 24708

EVANS, James died 23/7/1903 intestate and a bachelor without a parent Bigg Flat. Letters of administration to Hannah Sarah Evans spinster Bigg Flat 1904 Application 24708

EVANS, Richard Jesse died 14/7/1903 Bigg Flat, leaving a will. He left his entire estate to Mary Alice Victoria Evans of Bigg Flat. The executor was RW MINKWITZ of 6 Kandahar Crescent, Colonel Light Gardens 1903 Application 24708

No 3

EVANS, Richard farmer Baroota 1886 Memorial 55/376

EVANS, Richard teamster Baroota 1888 Memorial 126/393

EVANS, Richard teamster Baroota Hundred of Baroota land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 698 County Frome

No 4

EVANS, Richard clerk to John LINDSAY merchant Adelaide 1886 Memorial 127/380

EVANS, Richard Owen shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1909

Memorial 134/461, Applications 25651, 25746

No 1

EVANS, Robert landholder Launceston Van Diemen’s Land, power of attorney to Jame REID dealer Adelaide, to manage his real estate in SA 8/12/1849 Deposit 38/1857.

No 2

EVANS, Robert formerly bootmaker Armagh near Clare 1866 but now of Parallina 1881 Memorials 185/211 & 121/335

No 1

EVANS, Samuel farmer Koolunga 1889 Memorial 130/396

EVANS, Samuel farmer Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1898[-1899] Grant Book 55 Page 193 County Stanley

EVANS, Samuel Pope clerk Farina Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 135 County Not named

No 1

EVANS, Stanley clerk Jamestown 1879 Memorial 70/320

EVANS, Stanley E clerk Jamestown 1882[-1886] Memorial 160/345

EVANS, SE law clerk Jamestown 1886[-1888] Memorial 132/374

EVANS, SE clerk to Messrs HENNING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON solicitors Adelaide 1889 Memorial 101/397

EVANS, SE clerk to Jos ASHTON solicitor Adelaide 1889 Memorial 64/431

EVANS, SE law clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 195/405

No 1

EVANS, Thomas blacksmith Cheltenham 1851 Memorial 201/38.

EVANS, Thomas boiler maker Cheltenham 1860 Memorial 87/162

EVANS, Thomas smith and boilermaker Adelaide 1861 Application 2386

No 2 - likely to be the same person

EVANS, Thomas labourer The Plains near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 87/56

EVANS, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1853 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 272/93

EVANS, Thomas farmer Section 232 Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1855[-1860] Memorial 49/83

EVANS, Thomas farmer The Wakefield 1860[-1861] Memorial 252/166

EVANS, Thomas farmer Springhill Farm near Auburn 1861 Memorial 136/179

EVANS, Thomas farmer Upper Wakefield 1862[-1865] Memorial 228/185

EVANS, Elizabeth land owner Upper Wakefield, died 20/7/1881 at her own residence, of sanguineous apoplexy, aged 62 Application 19107 She was the widow of Thoma Evans farmer near Auburn Application 19101

EVANS, Thomas the Elder and Elizabeth Evans his wife of Auburn (both now deceased) had the following sons alive in 1882 - George Evans, John Evans, Thomas Evans formerly the Younger, Patrick Evans and William Evans 1882 Application 19108

No 3

EVANS, Thomas currier Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 272/174

EVANS, Thomas formerly currier 1861 but now mason Hamilton on the Light 1864 Application 5087

EVANS, Thomas mason Hamilton on the Light 1865 Application 6754

EVANS, Thomas farmer Hamilton on the Light 1898, came to live in the area on 8/1/1858 Application 23602

EVANS, Thomas mason Hamilton on the Light 1899 Memorial 94/437

No 4

EVANS, Thomas smelter Reedy Creek [Hundred of Tungkillo] 1867 Memorial 176/222

No 5

EVANS, Thomas manager National Bank of Australasia Strathalbyn 1867[-1868] Memorial 237/221

No 6

EVANS, Thomas gardener Upper Sturt 1874[-1880] Memorial 203/276

No 7 - the Elder and the Younger

EVANS, Thomas licensed surveyor and agent North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 133 County Dalhousie

EVANS, Thomas of Gover St, North Adelaide 1880 Memorial 214/327

EVANS, Thomas the Elder surveyor North Adelaide (Gover St) died c1882 intestate. Letters of administration to his son, Thomas Evans the Younger surveyor North Adelaide (Gover St) to settle his £500 estate Memorial 136/346

EVANS, Thomas the Younger architect North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 13 Page 136 County Dalhousie

EVANS, Thomas the Younger architect Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cadnia East (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 65 Page 27 County Not named

EVANS, Thomas of Evans & Evans licensed surveyors and architects Adelaide 1883 Application 19840

No 1

EVANS, Thomas Henry farmer Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 345/46

EVANS, Thomas Henry carrier Adelaide 1853 Memorial 452/50

EVANS, Thomas Henry farmer Tarnagulla Vic and Sophia Evans his wife, formerly Sophia CORNEY of Adelaide. John Corney clerk Adelaide mentioned 1879 Memorial 51/315

No 1

EVANS, Thomas William Sheridan labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1857[-1865] Memorial 209/117

EVANS, Thomas William Sheridan labourer Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 14/219

EVANS, Thomas William Sheridan fireman Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14786

EVANS, William Sheridan formerly labourer 1864 but now fireman Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 16245

EVANS, TWS fireman Exeter 1885 Application 20476

EVANS, Thomas fireman Exeter 1888 Application 21411

EVANS, Thomas William Sheridan fireman Exeter 1897 Application 23355

EVANS, Thomas William Sheridan labourer Exeter 1901 Application 24197

No 1

EVANS, William publican New Port Adelaide, died in December 1841 intestate [He owned TA 182 in Waymouth St and established the Launceston Hotel]. Father to John Evans yeoman Adelaide (his only son and heir at law) and Ellen WHITE wife of Henry Charles White cabinetmaker Adelaide. Brother to Robert Evans gentleman [baker] Launceston Tas, all living in 1866 Memorial 148/213

No 2

EVANS, William miller Charleston 1867 Memorial 30/227

No 3

EVANS, William smelter Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 209/294

No 4

EVANS, William gentleman Grenfell St, Kent Town 1880 Memorial 172/322 Died 1/7/1880. His widow called Edith Evans Memorial 3/337

No 5

EVANS, William farmer Hundred of Oladdie 1885 Memorial 93/370

No 6

EVANS, William farmer Hundred of Wirreanda 1886 Memorial 204/374

No 7

EVANS, William farmer Gulnare South 1886 Memorial 194/377

No 8

EVANS, William farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1894[-1897] Grant Book 24 Page 748 County Frome

No 1

EVANS, William Greig government surveyor Narridy Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 489 County Fergusson

EVANS, William Greig government surveyor North Adelaide (Gover St) Co Adelaide. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 312 County Victoria

EVANS, William Greig surveyor North Adelaide Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 324 County Stanley

EVANS, William Greig surveyor Warooka Hundred of Koolungas land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 184 County Stanley

EVANS, William James of Adelaide had an interest in the Beltana North Silver Mining Syndicate 1890 Memorial 158/402

EVANS, William Kinsman farmer North Rhine Hundred of Angas land grant 1877 Grant Book 58 Page 180 County Sturt

No 1

EVANS, William Maldren linked with Section 40 Hundred of Booleroo Co Frome 1880 Memorial 64/322

EVANS, William Maldren farmer Hoyleton Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 621 County Frome

EVANS, William Oats contractor Pt Augusta 1876 Memorial 132/288

EVANS, William Sheridan labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1864 Memorial 99/199 [TWS and WS Evans? 2 people or 1?]

EVANS, WS gentleman Lucindale 1884 Memorial 175/356

EVANSTONE, John the Younger licensed victualler Willunga 1868 Memorial 173/233

No 1

EVE, Thomas painter Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 50/315

EVE, Thomas painter Kent Town father of Ellen Jane Eve spinster Kent Town 1894 Memorial 42/423

EVE, Thomas formerly writer and trainer Angaston later painter Kent Town then Adelaide 1906. Husband of Ellen Ann PRATT. Their daughter Ellen Jane Eve born 24/12/1871 Angaston, by 1906 lived at Rose Park. She had formerly lived at Kent Town Application 26137

EVE, Ellen Jane spinster Rose Park 1906[-1907] Memorial 164/456

EVENDEN, Benjamin mariner Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 492/26

EVENDEN, James mariner Pt Adelaide linked with William Evenden labourer Gillingham near Rochester, Kent, England 1859 Memorial 90/154

EVENS, Henry no description had died by 1901. Executor – Henry Herbert Evens farmer Curramulka Grant Book 19 Page 441 County Fergusson

EVENS, John farmer Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 440 County Fergusson

EVENS, Vincent of near Highbury 1883 Memorial 249/355

No 1

EVENS, William Robinson butcher Adelaide 1868 Memorial 243/231

EVENS, William Robinson butcher formerly of King William St but now of Freeman St, Adelaide 1881 Memorial 100/330

EVERALL, John shoemaker Salisbury and Mary Louise Everall his wife formerly Mary Louise HUXTABLE widow 1857[-1859] Memorial 113/128

EVERARD, Arthur clerk to Arthur BOULT agent Adelaide 1886 Memorial 131/373

EVERARD, Charles gentleman Ashford near Adelaide brother to William Everard gentleman Myponga 1860 Memorial 185/176

EVERARD, Charles George Esquire formerly of Tysoe St, London, Middlesex, England but now of Adelaide 1837[-1839] Memorial 102/152

No 1

EVERARD, Charles John stockholder Marshfield near Adelaide 1855 Memorial 233/87

EVERARD, Charles John Esquire Marshfield, Bay Road 1871 Application 11689

No 1

EVERARD, Eric Rodwell clerk to Messrs SANDFORD & LIMBERT solicitors 32 Franklin St, Adelaide 1914 Application 26368

EVERARD, ER clerk to EH LIMBERT solicitor Adelaide 1916 Memorial 87/475

EVERARD, H property salesman Adelaide 1915 Memorial 124/490

EVERARD, William stockowner Hillsley Myponga Co Hindmarsh 1853[-1855] Memorial 168/60

No 1

EVERARD, William Francis gentleman Bay Road near Adelaide about to marry Mary Ann Sarah CRESWELL spinster Beulah Rd, Norwood 1881 Memorial 107/490

EVERARD, William Francis sheepfarmer Hillsley Station Myponga and Mary Ann Sarah Everard his wife 1899. By 1922, Mrs Everard was a widow of Cross Roads, Myrtle Bank Memorials 109 & 111/490

EVERARD, William Francis sheepfarmer formerly of Myponga but now of Malvern and Mary Ann Sarah Everard his wife 1901 Memorial 224/444

EVERARD, William Francis sheepfarmer Winchester St, Malvern and Myponga, died 14/2/1915 Malvern. Husband of Mary Ann Sarah Everard. Brother of half-sister Lucy LUCY wife of Edwin Robert Chettle Lucy of Hindmarsh Memorial 5/473

EVERARD, William Francis sheep farmer Winchester St, Malvern, and Myponga, died 14/2/1915. His estate worth £22,433. Husband of Mary Ann Sarah Everard. Half brother to Lucy LUCY wife of Edwin Robert Chettle Lucy of Hindmarsh. WF Everard owned a sheep station comprising certain Sections in the Hundreds of Myponga and Willunga, including Sections 555-568, known as Hillsley Station. He inherited the property from his uncle, William Everard, who died 25/8/1889 Application 27324

No 1

EVERDELL, Robert purchased a residence in Angas St, Adelaide in 1855 Memorial 230/104

EVERDELL, Robert police sergeant Adelaide 1864[-1869] Memorial 231/195

EVERETT, Cecil Alexander farmer Brinkworth and Gladys Elaine Everertt his wife 1957 Memorial 152/531

No 1

EVERETT, Charles grocer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 181/75

EVERETT, Charles grocer Adelaide 1862 Memorial 85/191

EVERETT, Charles grocer Adelaide 1867 Application 8798

EVERETT, Charles of Adelaide 1876 Application 15348

No 2

EVERETT, Charles farmer Brighton 1854 Memorial 146/72

No 3

EVERETT, Charles grocer Mitcham 1859[-1863] Memorial 78/157

No 4

EVERETT, Charles gentleman Semaphore, died 18/9/1892. He left his estate to his widow, Henrietta Everett, Hutt St, Adelaide. William Wolf Boby Everett labourer Albany WA 1901 likely to belong to this family Memorials 123/416, 55/444

EVERETT, Charles Edward carpenter Glen Osmond Hundred of Bagot land grant 1878 Grant Book 17 Page 232a County Eyre

EVERETT, Edward Gamble clerk Pt Pirie. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 435 County Victoria

EVERETT, George Douglas farmer Templers 1939 Application 28232

EVERETT, George Edward of Pt Wakefield Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1882 Grant Book 27 Page 144 County Gawler

No 1

EVERETT, Henry farmer Templers 1890 Memorial 118/405

EVERETT, Henry farmer Templers 1904 Application 24772

No 1

EVERETT, John gardener Echunga 1844 Memorial 349/75

No 2

EVERETT, John yeoman Woodville 1851 Memorial 240/36

EVERETT, John labourer Woodville 1854 Memorial 28/73

No 3

EVERETT, John farmer Hansfield near Templers 1865 Application 5955

EVERETT, John farmer near Templers 1871 Memorial 212/253

EVERETT, John farmer near Templers, linked with EVERETT, James farmer near Templers 1901 Application 24193

No 1

EVERETT, Robert labourer and plasterer Adelaide 1839 Application 18461

EVERETT, Robert plasterer North Adelaide 1848 Memorial 486/10

EVERETT, Samuel labourer Russell St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 426/13

No 1

EVERETT, William farmer Reedbeds 1844[-1861] Memorial 187/4

No 2

EVERETT, William shepherd Allendale East 1867 Memorial 15/227

No 3

EVERETT, William grocer Adelaide 1875 Memorial 163/282

EVERS, D storekeeper Norwood 1912 Memorial 231/465

No 1

EVERS, George gentleman Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 56 County Daly

EVERS, George storekeeper Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

EVERS, Hannah widow Norwood linked with Edward Evers ironmonger Norwood 1892 Application 22296

EVERS, Oscar Harold warehouseman Kensington Gardens 1925 Memorial 129/492

No 1

EVERSHED, Alfred Batchelor butcher Wright St, Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 459/11 Now yeoman of Black Forest 1850 Memorial 159/26

EVERSHED, Alfred Batchelor innkeeper Edwardstown 1853 Memorial 169/51

EVERSHED, Alfred Batchelor licensed victualler South Road 1853 Memorial 446/51 Gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 35/54

EVERSHED, Alfred Batchelor licensed victualler Adelaide (probably the Clarendon Hindley St) 1853 Memorial 205/60

EVERSHED, Alfred Batchelor formerly of the South Road but now of Adelaide, and Eliza Evershed his wife 1854[-1855] Memorial 108/84

EVERSHED, Alfred Batchelor licensed victualler Edwardstown and his wife, Eliza Evershed 1856 Memorial 409/95

EVERSHED, Alfred Batchelor farmer Section 922 Hundred of Yatala 1856 Memorial 101/104

EVERSHED, John butcher Brighton, Sussex, England owned land in SA. Did AB Evershed of SA come from there? 1856 Memorial 184/97

EVERSON, Frederick farmer Nangkita Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1899 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

EVERSON, Martha Elizabeth grocer Thebarton 1921 Application 27026

EVISTON, John Roman Catholic priest Yankalilla 1929 Memorial 7/502

EWAN, Cadwallader Burton agent Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1909 Memorial 86/461

EWART, Rownson licensed victualler Adelaide 1856[-1862] Memorial 466/99 Licensed victualler Adelaide (Rundle St) 1857 Memorial 343/117

EWART, Rownson licensed victualler Adelaide 1859 Flinders St, Adelaide 1866 Application 7846

EWBANK, Arthur George student of medicine 14 Rich Tce, Earls Court, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Edmund Lewis ARCHER Doctor of Medicine Moonta, to attend to his SA business affairs 13/11/1891 Deposit 10/1892.

EWBANK, Charles Augustus gentleman, at present living in Adelaide, power of attorney to Fletcher WHITRIDGE gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/3/1892 Deposit 24/1892.

No 1

EWBANK, George gentleman Kooringa 1852[-1854] Memorial 165/43

EWBANK, George Esquire Kooringa 1852 Memorial 120/46

EWBANK, George Esquire Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 96/70

EWBANK, George engineer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now having left the said province on a voyage to Europe 1855 Memorial 259/85

EWBANK, George Esquire Adelaide 1856 Memorial 260/100

EWBANK, George Esquire formerly of Kooringa but now of Yatala near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 141/102

EWBANK, George Esquire Pt Gawler 1856 Memorial 321/106

EWBANK, George sheep farmer Pt Gawler [in partnership with JH & WJ BROWNE and TH WILLIAMS] 1856 Memorial 270/107

EWBANK, George Esquire in Adelaide, by 1853. He died c1863 [Did he die in SA?]. His whole estate to his widow, Rebecca Ewbank absolutely. c1868 Rebecca Ewbank remarried to Lieutenant Colonel Charles Edward MACDONALD. In a marriage settlement, her real estate from her first husband ws settled upon her in trust for her lifetime, and then to her daughter, Florence Rebecca Ewbank absolutely in remainder expectant. Rebecca Macdonald died 27/8/1899 Roseneath Goring, Oxon, England, of 4 days' apoplexy and uremic convulsions, aged 63. Her husband was still alive at the time she died. Her daughter, Florence Ewbank, was living at 30 Oakley St, Chelsea, Middlesex, England, when her mother died Application 23980

No 2

EWBANK, George builder Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 5 Page 14 County Blachford

No 1

EWBANK, William Withers miller Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 5/164

EWBANK, William Withers clerk in holy orders Mt Barker 1865 Memorial 260/208

EWBANK, William Withers clergyman Norwood, died 18/9/1873, of phthisis, aged 42 Deposit 197/1875.

EWBANK, Emma Jane Jackson widow Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to the Venerable Charles MARRYAT Priest in Holy Orders Archdeacon of the Church of England in SA, to manage her SA business affairs 10/3/1879 Deposit 120/1879

EWEN, Lizzie married woman Victor Harbor [Mrs Archie Ewens nee Lizzie DARKINS] Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 37 Page 336 County Hindmarsh

EWENS, Charles Henry accountant Kooringa 1891 Memorial 37/411

EWENS, HB bank manager Melrose 1896[-1898] Memorial 145/429

EWENS, John Ernest agent Adelaide 1893 Memorial 23/427

No 1

EWENS, John Reynolds of Unley 1856 Memorial 252/96

EWENS, John Reynolds farmer Unley 1860 Memorial 121/170

EWENS, John Reynolds police corporal Pt Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1862 Grant Book 21 Page 6 County Flinders

EWENS, John Reynolds gentleman Blanchetown 1865 Application 6792

EWENS, John Reynolds police trooper formerly of Robe 1856 but now of Blanchetown 1867 Application 8940

EWENS, John Reynolds licensed victualler Blanchetown 1868 Application 9586

EWENS, John Reynolds gentleman Blanchetown 1868 Grant Book 17 Page 292 County Eyre

EWENS, John Reynolds police trooper Blanchetown 1873 Application 12905

EWENS, John Reynolds police corporal Morgan 1882 Grant Book 18 Page 20 County Eyre

EWENS, John Reynolds gentleman Goolwa 1888 Application 21430

EWENS, Murray Hooper agent Quorn 1894 Memorial 183/420

EWENS, Richard Morphett farmer Millicent 1887 Memorial 152/385

EWENS, Thomas Lloyd farmer Mt Gambier 1930 Application 27809

No 1

EWENS, William coachmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1843 Memorial 147/5

EWENS, William coachmaker Unley 1848 Memorial 346/11

EWENS, William licensed victualler Unley Inn, died c1848. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Ewens Memorial 132/108

EWENS, Sarah widow Unley 1850[-1857] Memorial 334/22

EWENS, William publican Unley, died 7/7/1848 of consumption, aged 38. His widow, Sarah Ewens, died 21/6/1860 Unley, of disease of the womb, aged 47. Emanuel SPILLER printer Adelaide 1869 said that Mrs Ewens was his sister. William Ewens had been at the Plough and Harrow Rundle St, Adelaide, and then took up a hotel at Unley. The Ewens had 7 children. The youngest child, Alfred Ewens, born 17/9/1847, was of age in 1869. Application 9586

EWENS, William Mack hospital attendant and Elsie Vera Ewens married woman both of 4 Gowland St, Broadview 1940. By 1950, the couple had moved to Pt Lincoln, where WM Ewens was a salesman and Mrs Ewens described as his wife Memorial 191/519, LTO Search 310

EWENS, William Robert licensed victualler Kingston 1868 Memorial 155/228

EWENS, WW of Goolwa 1906 Memorial 216/454

No 1

EWERS, Alfred farmer North Road linked with William Ewers sawyer North Road 1861 Memorial 172/174

EWERS, Alfred farmer Great North Rd linked with EWERS, William sawyer Adelaide 1862 Applications 3113 & 3114.

EWERS, Alfred farmer Stepney linked with William Ewers farmer Nailsworth 1875 Memorial 21/280

EWERS, Alfred farmer Stepney 1875 Memorial 27/285

EWERS, Alfred farmer Stepney 1876 Application 14814

EWERS, David Amos wheelwright Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 221 County MacDonnell

EWERS, Frederick Charles clicker North Norwood 1920 Application 26860

No 1

EWERS, John farmer Enfield 1865 Memorial 12/217

EWERS, John farmer near Clarendon 1869 Memorial 133/237

No 1

EWERS, William in SA by 1850 when he purchased land at Seaforth Memorial 147/56

EWERS, William sawyer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 380/73

EWERS, William sawyer North Road 1854 Memorial 147/67

EWERS, William sawyer St John Wood 1855 Memorial 461/82

EWERS, William farmer Enfield 1856[-1862] Memorial 147/104

EWERS, William farmer Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 310/202

EWERS, William of Seaforth had lived there since 1852. George WHITING farmer Dry Creek, who had lived near Seaforth since 1849, knew William Ewers from that time Application 14108

EWERS, William Alfred storekeeper Alma 1894 Application 22748

No 1 - likely to be the same person

EWING, David gentleman Nalpa near Wellington on the Murray 1881 Memorial 144/329

EWING, David labourer Langhorne Creek 1885 Application 20768

EWING, J clerk Strathalbyn 1886 Memorial 209/378

No 1

EWING, Margaret McNeilly spinster North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 165/33

EWING, Margaret McNeilly spinster formerly of North Adelaide but now of Kensington 1853 Memorial 59/57

No 1

EWING, Robert Esquire Kensington 1851 Memorial 112/35.

EWING, Robert gentleman Norwood 1852 Memorial 326/39.

EWING, Robert of Norwood, died c1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Janet Ewing Memorial 189/215

EWING, Janet widow Morphett Vale 1872, relict of the late Robert Ewing deceased Application 12113

No 1

EWING, Samuel John chemist Adelaide 1851 Memorial 385/29

EWING, Samuel John chemist and druggist and Robert gentleman both of Kensington 1855 Memorial 434/80

EWING, Samuel John storekeeper Kensington, became a bankrupt in 1855 Memorial 365/90

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

EWINS, Charles Henry clerk Kooringa 1888 Memorial 165/391

EWINS, Charles Henry of Kooringa and Jane Ewins his wife 1892 Memorial 218/415

EWINS, Charles Henry draper Kooringa. His wife, Jane Ewins, died 2/10/1910 intestate. Rhoda Sophia Ewins milliner Kooringa also belonged to this family Memorial 80/465

EWINS, Charles Henry draper Kooringa, died 16/10/1914, of drowning, aged 70. Born in London, England, he had been in SA for 33 years. Married aged 25. 3 sons and 2 daughters alive; 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased Application 28385

EWINS, Charles Henry draper Burra 1917 Memorial 136/475

EWINS, John mounted policeman Robe 1856 Memorial 225/101

EWINS, Rhoda Sophia milliner Kooringa 1937 Memorial 165/511

EXCELL, Ben farmer Wokurna 1887 Memorial 12/386

EXCELL, David Ernest farmer Rhynie and Beryl Merle Excell his wife 1950 Memorial 47/525

EXCELL, Ernest Edward blacksmith Tumby Bay trustee Methodist Church Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1907 Grant Book 21 Page 90 County Flinders

EXCELL, Henry farmer Sandy Creek near Gawler 1866[-1868] Memorial 141/209

EXCELL, John tram driver Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 275 County Daly

No 1

EXCELL, John Wickens farmer Section 1000 Baross Survey 1850[-1856] Memorial 51/25 Farmer Gawler 1854[-1856] Memorial 16/66

EXCELL, John Wickens farmer Sandy Creek Hundred of Barossa 1858[-1867] Hundred of Barossa District School trustee Memorial 54/152

EXCELL, John Wickens licensed victualler Lyndoch Valley 1864 Memorial 251/198

EXCELL, John Wickens farmer Limestone Valley near Gawler 1867 Memorial 201/220

EXCELL, John Wickens farmer Limestone Valley near Gawler, became a bankrupt in 1868 Memorial 64/228

EXCELL, John Wickens wine dealer Lyndoch Valley 1869 Memorial 21/240

EXTIAM, Peter labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 Application 15534

No 1

EY, Adolph Louis Ferdinand grain merchant Gawler 1950, declared that he had a son called Sidney Louis Ey of Gawler. ALF Ey's father called Theodor Ey Application 28727

EY, Adolph Louis Ferdinand grain merchant Cowan St, Gawler, aged 75 in 1958, declared that he had lived in Gawler for most of his life. He had arrived in 1884, and lived successively in Cowan St, Moore St and Barber St (from 1896-1913). In 1913, he returned to live in Cowan St, Gawler Application 29295

No 1

EY, Adolph Wilhelm Ferdinand of Melrose, Clerk of the District Council of Pt Germein 1906 Application 25142

EY, Adolph Wilhelm Ferdinand clerk Melrose, died 19/4/1913. Executrix – Eleanor Jane Ey widow Melrose Grant Book 23 Page 63 County Frome

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EY, August [perhaps August Friedrich Otto] and Ferdinand mine captains North Rhine 1851 Memorial 265/37

EY, August Friedrich Otto storekeeper Palmer township Hundred of Tungkillo 1868[-1869] Memorial 35/238

EY, Friedrich August Otto farmer Millicent linked with Wilhelm Louis Ey no description 1886 Memorial 18/381

EY, Friedrich August Otto farmer Millicent Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1895[-1897] Grant Book 31 Page 234 County Grey

EY, Carl Theodor Ludwig clerk Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 54 County Daly

No 1

EY, Carl Wilhelm Hermann miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 128/38.

EY, Carl Wilhelm Hermann miner Kensington bought land on the Athelstone Estate (20 acres of Sections 803, 804, 806, 807 Survey B along side the Torrens River) 1853 Memorial 68/96

EY, Carl Wilhelm Hermann farmer Athelstone 1857[-1859] Memorial 176/141

EY, Carl Wilhelm Hermann formerly miner Kensington 1853 but now gardener Athelstone 1868 Application 9495.

EY, Carl Wilhelm Hermann gardener Athelstone 1891. He rented an allotment on the Athelstone Estate (Sections 804, 805 Survey B) from the BEHRENS family Application 22417

No 1

EY, Christian Friedrich Ludwig miner Kensington 1851 Memorial 36/31 Yeoman Athelstone 1853[-1856] Memorial 60/100

EY, Christian Friedrich Ludwig commonly called Louis Ey gardener Athelstone 1873 Application 12823

No 1

EY, Johann Wilhelm Ferdinand mine captain North Rhine 1851 Memorial 265/37

EY, Johann Wilhelm Ferdinand of Norwood and Johanne Henriette Christiane Ey his wife 1858 Memorial 271/146

EY, Johann Wilhelm Ferdinand miner Copperhouse 1858[-1860] Memorial 309/146

No 1

EY, Julius accountant Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 77 County Daly

EY, Julius agent Kadina. Trustee Institute Kadina 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

EY, Julius agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 234 County Daly

EY, Julius agent Adelaide 1883 Application 19948

EY, Julius auctioneer Laura 1887[-1888] Memorial 99/385

No 1

EY, Theodor miller Gawler 1892 Application 22337

EY, Theodor wheat buyer Gawler 1908[-1914] Memorial 71/460

EY, Theodor produce merchant Gawler, died 27/12/1929. Husband of Jane Rebecca Ey. Father of Emma Beatrice Ey, Adolph Louis Ferdinand Ey grain merchant Gawler, Herbert Clarence Ey, and Albert Theodor Ey grain merchants Willaston Memorial 163/503

No 1

EY, Wilhelm chemist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1863 Memorial 148/192

EY, Clara Gertrud Julia nee TRAPMANN wife of Wilhelm Ey chemist Adelaide 1870 Application 10701

No 1

EYERS, Frederick wheelwright Gawler 1894 Memorial 106/420

EYERS, Frederick wheelwright Gawler South 1894 Application 22620

No 1

EYERS, George labourer Bertha near Gawler 1870[-1875] Memorial 39/250

EYERS, George formerly labourer but now limeburner Bertha near Gawler 1885 Application 20707

EYERS, George limeburner Willaston 1906 Memorial 142/454

EYERS, Phineas Sellick blacksmith Clare and Nora Agnes Eyers his wife 1919 Application 26820

EYERS, Thomas carter Bertha 1894 Application 22620

No 1 - perhaps the same person

EYLES, John farmer Adelaide (Sturt St) 1853 Memorial 198/58

Farmer Reedbeds 1854 Memorial 52/73

EYLES, John farmer Mt Barker 1854[-1856] Memorial 198/79

EYLES, Sydney Charles manufacturer's representantive 13 Victoria Ave, Unley Park 1947 Memorial 53/521

No 1 - members of the same family

EYLWARD, Eric Clarence farm labourer Alford. Alford (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 308 County Daly

EYLWARD, Harriet Louisa widow Paskeville [Mrs Richard Eylward nee HL PRICE]. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1906[-1907] Grant Book 14 Page 253 County Daly

EYLWARD, Thomas Edward labourer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1924 Grant Book 14 Page 341 County Daly

No 1

EYMER, Christian Philipp perfumer Adelaide (King William St) 1851[-1852] Memorial 18/29

EYMER, Christian Philipp perfumer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855 Memorial 195/120

EYMER, Christian Philipp perfumer Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time for Europe, power of attorney to Henry SCOTT merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/1/1860 Deposit 3405/OA

EYMER, Christian Philipp perfumer Adelaide 1861 Application 2399

EYRE, Charles Frederick retired storeman Goolwa linked with Frances Eyre spinster Goolwa 1930 Memorial 185/503

EYRE, DM clerk to W Ritter HEUZENROEDER solicitor Kapunda 1944 Memorial 18/518

No 1

EYRE, Edmund John shipping reporter Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 5/107

EYRE, Edmund John clerk of the local court Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 127 County Victoria

No 1

EYRE, Edward John Esquire and Osmond GILLES Esquire Adelaide, took out the Murray River Special Survey in 1841, and now included in the Hundred of Younghusband - references to Sections 1408 etc above Toombillima Application 20016

EYRE, Edward John Esquire Adelaide 1841 Memorial 32/354

EYRE, Edward John Esquire formerly of Moorundee but now HM Lieutenant Governor of the island of St Vincent in the West Indies 1858 Memorial 176/165

EYRE, Edward John now Governor of St Vincent, West Indies, ‘but presently of North Audley St, Middlesex, England’, appointed Richard Bowen Colley gentleman of Adelaide SA, to be his local attorney 1860 Deposit 300/1860

EYRE, Edward John Esquire at present administrator of the Government of the Island of Jamaica in the West Indies King's House, Spanish Town, Jamaica 1863 Memorial 212/190

EYRE, Edward John formerly of Adelaide but then of England 1869 Application 9743

EYRE, Edward John formerly of Moorundee Murray River but then HM Lieutenant-Governor St Vincent West Indies 1898 Application 23749

EYRE, Frederick F/J chemist North Adelaide (O'Connell St) 1898 Memorial 33/435

EYRE, George labourer Penfield 1876 Memorial 129/289

EYRE, Henry V bank manager Hammond 1889 Memorial 120/396

No 1

EYRES, Thomas ironmonger Adelaide (Hindley St) 1879 Memorial 211/319

EYRES, Thomas wholesale ironmonger Adelaide 1886 Memorial 22/377

No 1

EYVAL, Thomas Brown chemist Ballarat Vic 1899 Memorial 127/439

EYVAL, Thomas Brown chemist formerly of Ballarat Vic but now of Adelaide (66 Rundle St) 1900 Memorial 20/442