Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

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

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

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Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Pes* to Py*

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Rob* - Rz*

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Sm* - Sq*

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Ta* to Thr*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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

Names Beginning 'Fa*' to 'Fl*'

No 1

FAASS, Hermann Theodor storekeeper Tanunda 1849 Memorial 393/16 Became a bankrupt 1849 Memorial 242/19

FAASS, Hermann Theodor commission agent Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1854 Memorial 137/68

FABIAN, Charles formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Streaky Bay 1913 Application 26227

FABIAN, James butcher Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 345 County Gawler

FABIAN, Mary Elizabeth widow Mitcham 1869 Memorial 184/258

No 1

FABIAN, Thomas accountant Adelaide Hundred of Dublin land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 352 County Gawler

FABIAN, Thomas city treasurer Prospect 1886 Memorial 114/373

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FABIAN, William painter Manton St, Hindmarsh 1839 Shoemker 1848 Application 68

FABIAN, William painter Hindmarsh 1840 Shoemaker St Marys 1848 Application 24424

FABIAN, William painter Adelaide 1845 Memorial 472/4

FABIAN, William shoemaker St Marys 1848 Memorial 110/11 Shoemaker Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 157/13

FABIAN, William formerly painter Adelaide but now gentleman South Road 1855 Memorial 420/84

FABIAN, William shoemaker Edwardstown and Mary Elizabeth Fabian his wife 1852 Memorial 154/243

FABIAN, William formerly painter and shoemaker Adelaide, later shoemaker Edwardstown, died 6/4/1869. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Elizabeth Fabian. Mary KING wife of Patrick King labourer Edwardstown owned the land on South Road when it came under the RPA in 1872. Was she formerly William Fabian’s widow? George Daniel GAREY tailor formerly Adelaide now North Adelaide 1869, had known the family well since 1852 when he lived near them in Adelaide Application 11988

No 1

FAEHRMANN, Johann Carl Friedrich joiner Hahndorf 1858[-1896] Memorial 314/147

FAEHRMANN, Johann Carl Friedrich farmer Hahndorf and Johanna Eleonore Faehrmann his wife 1882 Application 19503

No 1

FAEHRMANN, Otto August Ferdinand farmer near Harrogate Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 126 County Sturt

FAEHRMANN, Otto August Ferdinand farmer near Mannum 1886 Memorial 211/377

No 1

FAEHSE, Andreas farmer Sheaoak Log 1859 Memorial 60/151

FAEHSE, Johann Andreas farmer near Tarlee 1874 Application 13692.

FAEHSE, Johann August farmer Roseworthy 1919 Memorial 11/479

FAGAN, Eliza widow Gawler linked with Ellen Fagan spinster Gawler 1865 Memorial 62/203

FAGAN, George tobacconist Adelaide 1880 Memorial 197/324

No 1

FAGAN, John sawyer Gawler 1852 Memorial 427/41

FAGAN, John farmer Gawler 1852 Memorial 171/44

No 1

FAGAN, Matthew farmer Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 467/68

FAGAN, Matthew farmer Long Gully Hundred of Upper Wakefield, died c 1868. He left estate under varying conditions to his wife, Mary Fagan, and his children James, Mary Jane and Agnes Fagan Memorial 63/234

FAGAN, Matthew farmer Long Gully near Auburn, died 11/3/1868. Husband of Mary Fagan. Father of James, Mary Jane and Agnes Fagan. Widow Mary Fagan died 3/12/1878. Agnes Fagan died 3/5/1886 unmarried and intestate. Mary Jane Fagan married 7/7/1873 to Edward James O'DONOHUE farmer Long Gully near Auburn. Mary Jane O'Donohue died 20/5/1893. James Fagan labourer Long Gully near Auburn died 21/12/1897 a bachelor and intestate Memorial 195/433

FAGAN, Matthew farmer Long Gully Hundred of Upper Wakefield, died 11/3/1868. His estate worth £200. He left Section 518 Hundred of Upper Wakefield in trust to his wife, Mary Fagan, until his eldest son, inherited the property absolutely in remainder expectant when he turned 21. The widow to keep Section 356 in trust for life. Then the land to be sold to provide legacies absolutely in remainder expectant for their daughters, Mary Jane Fagan and Catheine Fagan 1897 Application 23500

FAGAN, William George (21 on 22/6/1866) seaman Gawler, son of the late John Fagan now deceased and his wife, Eliza Fagan now a widow 1867 Memorial 171/227

FAGEN, George tobacconist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1880 Memorial 197/324

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FAGG, Henry farmer Gawler 1855 Memorial 304/106

FAGG, Henry farmer Templers Great North Road 1857[-1905] Memorial 141/135, Application 840

FAGG, Henry farmer formerly of near Gawler 1863 but now of near Templers 1869 Application 9701

FAGG, Henry farmer Templers, died 31/3/1938. Husband of Bridget Fagg Memorial 62/512

FAGG, William linked with Section 1463 Hundred of Younghusband Co Russell 1882 Memorial 94/344

FAHAN, Timothy farmer Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 112/162

FAHEY, Edward labourer Kapunda and Margaret Fahey his wife 1873 Application 13119

FAHEY, James labourer Kingston S-E Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 46 Page 34 County MacDonnell

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FAHEY, Thomas labourer Edeowie. Mernmerna (Hundred of Woolyana) township allotment land grant 1865 Grant Book 66 Page 156 County Blachford

FAHEY, Thomas farmer Canowie 1882 Memorial 211/340

FAHEY, Thomas farmer Black Rock Plain. Walloway (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 446 County Dalhousie

FAHEY, Thomas farmer Black Rock Plain 1887 Memorial 96/386

No 2

FAHEY, Thomas cab proprietor Adelaide and Margaret Leonard Fahey his wife. Mother of Michael MADDEN cab proprietor Adelaide (Grote St) 1868 Memorial 111/229

FAHEY, Walter farm servant Hoyles Plains Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FAHLBUSCH, C clerk to Christian SCHILLING land agent Adelaide 1866 Memorial 248/212

FAHLBUSCH, Carl gentleman Kent Town 1883 Memorial 194/360

FAHLBUSCH, Gustav tobacconist Adelaide 1924 Application 27239

No 1

FAHLBUSCH, Johann Ernst Justus Wilhelm tailor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 76/21

FAHLBUSCH, Johann Ernst Justus Wilhelm tailor Adelaide (Flinders St), died 11/9/1885. His son, Wilhelm Heinrich Emil Fahlbusch, died 20/10/1905 intestate. His daughter, Ethel Sidonia TUCKER, administered the estate. Juliane Sophie Christiane Fahlbusch, died 14/4/1907. Trustees; Gustav Fahlbusch commission agent Adelaide (Ifould St) and Gustav Eduard Carl von EINEM plumber North Adelaide (Sussex St) Memorial 211/458

No 1

FAHY, John bootmaker Adelaide and Margaret Fahy his wife, married 18/1/1863 Memorial 60/268

FAHY, John bootmaker Hendley St, Pt Adelaide and Margaret Fahy his wife 1875 Memorial 42/286

FAHY, John storekeeper Adelaide (Waymouth St) and Margaret Fahy his wife 1878 Memorial 62/308

FAHY, Thomas labourer Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 540 County Frome

FAIR, Charles contractor North Adelaide and Aviss Fair his wife 1863 Application 4252

No 1

FAIRBANK, Henry farmer Gawler 1853 Memorial 11/63

FAIRBANK, Harry farmer Sandy Creek Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 191 County Stanley

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FAIRBANK, William gentleman Adelaide 1842[-1851] Memorial 183/2

FAIRBANK, William of North Tce, Adelaide 1848 Memorial 148/12

FAIRBROTHER, Reginald Franklin District Clerk Bordertown 1938, born 18/6/1899, declared that he had been the Tatiara District Clerk since 1937 Application 28120

No 1

FAIRBROTHER, Thomas gardener Fullarton 1862[-1880] Application 3144

FAIRBROTHER, Thomas jam maker Fullarton and Jane Mears Fairbrother his wife 1891 Application 22184

FAIRBROTHER, Thomas jam manufacturer Fullarton 1881 Application 18785

No 1

FAIRBROTHER, William labourer Fullarton 1862 Memorial 315/185 Farmer Fullarton 1862 Memorial 264/184

FAIRBROTHER, William carrier Fullarton 1871[-1883] Memorial 125/256

FAIRBROTHER, William gardener Fullarton 1881 Application 18785

FAIRBROTHER, William carrier Fullarton and Jane Fairbrother his wife 1884 Memorial 94/360

FAIRBROTHER, William of of Fullarton and Jane Fairbrother his wife 1885 Application 20465

FAIRBROTHER, William carter Fullarton and Jane Fairbrother his wife 1890 Application 21865

FAIRCHILD, Edward James grazier Aberdeen near Kooringa 1928 Memorial 6/499

FAIRCHILD, Margaret widow Mt Gambier 1856[-1857] Memorial 11/112

FAIRCHILD, Robert painter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 139/25

No 1

FAIRCHILD, Robert John grazier Aberdeen near Kooringa 1931 Memorial 120/504

FAIRCHILD, Robert John grazier Aberdeen 1932 Application 27736

FAIRCHILD, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1864[-1867] Memorial 56/200

No 1

FAIRCLOUGH, Henry licensed victualler Georgetown Co Victoria. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 3 County Blachford

FAIRCLOUGH, Henry publican Georgetown 1884[-1889] Memorial 245/358

No 1

FAIRCLOUGH, John sawyer Nuriootpa 1853[-1855] Memorial 378/50

FAIRCLOUGH, John farmer Nuriootpa 1852 Memorial 378/50

FAIRCLOUGH, John formerly farmer 1852 but now sawyer Nuriootpa 1864 Application 5266

No 1

FAIRCLOUGH, Myrven blacksmith Woodside Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1854 Memorial 254/178

FAIRCLOUGH, Myrven farmer Kanmantoo 1859 Memorial 176/155

FAIRCLOUGH, Myrven labourer Kanmantoo 1864 Memorial 151/194

FAIRCLOUGH, Myrven farmer Kanmantoo 1864[-1874] Memorial 210/196

FAIRCLOUGH, Myrven farmer Black Hill near Kanmantoo 1863 Memorial 104/304

FAIRCLOUGH, Myrven farmer Section 5348 Hundred of Kanmantoo, died c1894. Executors: Thomas HAIR sheepfarmer near Kanmantoo and Gilbert WATSON farmer near Kanmantoo Memorial 113/424

FAIRCLOUGH, Myrven the Elder farmer Section 5348 Hundred of Kanmantoo, died 30/11/1894 Springfield near Kanmantoo (Home of Gibert WATSON farmer Section 2023 Hundred of Kanmantoo). He left his estate in trust to his wife, Ann Fairclough, for life or during her widowhood, then to his children, John Fairclough, Samuel Fairclough, Myrven Fairclough the Younger, William Fairclough, James Fairclough, George Fairclough, Henry Fairclough, David Fairclough, Thomas Fairclough, Edward Fairclough, Harriet Ann Fairclough and Mary Fairclough, in varying amounts. Estate worth £3,300 Application 24265

No 1

FAIRCLOUGH, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 203/78

FAIRCLOUGH, Mr labourer Norwood 1865 Application 6912

FAIRCLOUGH, Thomas fitter Norwood 1879 Memorial 187/312

FAIRCLOUGH, Thomas gentleman Bond St, Norwood 1879 Memorial 128/319

FAIRCLOUGH, Thomas gentleman Bond St, Norwood, died 23/10/1891. Husband of Eleanor Fairclough, who died 25/8/1905. Father of Henry Fairclough hotelkeeper formerly of Georgetown 1891 but now of Kapunda 1906, Thomas Fairclough labourer Bond St, Norwood, Edwin James Fairclough labourer Ifould St, Adelaide, Robert Albert Fairclough labourer Norwood and William Fairclough, who died 8/10/1893. Memorial 12/455

FAIRCLOUGH, Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide but then of Bond St, Norwood, died 23/10/1891. His widow, Eleanor Fairclough, died 25/8/1905. Family of 5 sons. Their son, William Fairclough, died 8/10/1893 Sydney NSW intestate. Their son, Henry Fairclough hotelkeeper formerly of Georgetown now of Kapunda 1906. Another son, Edwin James Fairclough labourer Ifould St, Adelaide 1906. The last son, Robert Albert Fairclough labourer 6 Bond St, Norwood, died 2/8/1945. His widow, Catherine Fairclough, died 9/7/1946 Royal Adelaide Hospital, North Tce, Adelaide, of cardiac failure and diabetic gangrene of the right foot, aged 70. Born in Ireland, she had lived in SA for 63 years. Married aged 21 years. Both children survived - Thomas Fairclough news vendor and Irene Myrtle WHITE married woman both of 35 St Lawrence Ave, Edwardstown 1947 Application 28547

FAIRCLOUGH, Thomas Charles gardener Enfield Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 46 Page 32 County MacDonnell

FIFAIRCLOUGH, William restaurant waiter Sydney NSW, died 8/10/1893 intestate. Linked with Emma Jane PYVIS (formerly Emma Jane Fairclough) wife of James Richard Pyvis police constable Wollar NSW. Henry Fairclough hotelkeeper Kapunda belonged to this family 1906 Memorial 182/454

FAIREY, AM of Rhine Villa linked with Samuel Fairey farmer Truro and William Fairey of Rhine Villa 1894 Memorial 119/423

No 1

FAIREY, John farmer Barton 1858[-1883] Memorial 24/144

FAIREY, John farmer formerly of Barton but now of Truro 1894 Memorial 42/421

FAIREY, John farmer Truro, died c1897. Executors: John Harding Fairey greengrocer Pt Pirie and Samuel Fairey farmer Truro Memorial 82a/445

FAIREY, Rebecca widow of the late John Fairey gentleman Truro, died 22/9/1901, of senile decay, aged 84 1902 Application 24401

FAIREY, John Albert labourer Truro 1951, declared that he had been born on 22/5/1881 and had lived in Truro for 67 years Application 28799

FAIREY, John Harding greengrocer Pt Pirie and FAIREY, Samuel farmer Truro 1902 Application 24401

No 1

FAIREY, Samuel Baptist minister Gawler 1876 Memorial 193/314

FAIREY, Samuel Baptist minister formerly of Gawler but now of Unley 1881 Memorial 129/330

FAIREY, Samuel Baptist minister St Peters 1922 Memorial 153/486

FAIRLEY, James farmer Woodside 1851 Memorial 56/29

No 1

FAIRLEY, Robert shepherd Mt Barker 1840 Application 148

FAIRLEY, Robert Bogle farmer Mt Torrens 1845[-1847] Memorial 397/4 Farmer Banksia Mt Barker District 12/7/1848 Inverbrackie Glebe land trustee Enrolment 33/4

FAIRLEY, Robert Bogle farmer Sources of the Onkaparinga 1849 Memorial 168/15

FAIRLEY, Robert Bogle farmer near Mt Torrens 1850 Memorial 44/295

FAIRLIE, Daniel Keith gardener Red Banks Rd, Willaston, aged 55 in 1957 now retired 15 Davies St, Willaston 1977 Application 29241

No 1

FAIRLIE, James the Elder Bath Tce, Peckham, Surrey, England, bought Section 702 Hundred of Willunga, as a land grant in 1840. He died 30/10/1841 intestate. His only child, James Fairlie the Younger, inherited his estate as heir at law. James Fairlie the Elder married Jemima HEATH on 16/5/1818 at Rotherhithe parish church. Their only surviving child, James Fairlie the Younger, was born 27/7/1823. Lydia DIPNALL widow 2 Alpha Tce, New Cross Road, Deptford, Kent, said that she was a sister to Mrs James Fairlie and had been one of the witnesses at her marriage. James Fairlie formerly the Younger left London for SA in January 1850. By this time, both parents had died. See Deposit 400/1854 for more information Application 22741

FAIRLIE, James the Younger gentleman Stepney, Middlesex, England, executor for the estate of his late father, James FAIRLIE the Elder Esquire Peckham, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to John Michael SKIPPER solicitor Adelaide, to manage his land at Willunga 30/1/1847 Enrolment 59/5

FAIRLIE, James gentleman Adelaide only son and heir at law of the late James Fairlie formerly timber merchant Bath Tce, Peckham, Surrey, England but now deceased 1852 Memorial 157/41

FAIRLIE, James gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 125/54

FAIRLIE, James gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic linked with Elizabeth Fairlie widow North Adelaide 1861 Memorial 257/171

FAIRLIE, James of Adelaide linked with Samuel Fairlie of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 108/394

FAIRLIE, John of Adelaide linked with Sarah Fairlie of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 106/394

No 1

FAIRLIE, Simon timber merchant Adelaide 1842. His widow, Elizabeth Fairlie, had remarried by 1871 - to Charles Joseph PRICE no description Memorials 243/2, 5/255

FAIRLIE, Simon who owned land at Glenelg had died by 1864. His widow then returned to England. Mr DEBENEY cabinetmaker Rundle St, Adelaide was the family’s local agent for the property Application 5651

FAIRLIE, Thomas of Adelaide linked with William Hamilton Fairlie the Younger of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 105/394

No 1

FAIRLIE, William Hamilton farmer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 163 County Dalhousie

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

FAIRLIE, WH ex-publican Adelaide 1882 Memorial 180/344

FAIRLIE, William Hamilton licensed victualler The Bell Inn Adelaide assignment of lease to David O'Riley 1883 Memorial 179/349

FAIRLIE, William Hamilton out of business Adelaide, died 5/7/1900. Father of William Hamilton Fairlie, Samuel Fairlie and Charles Frederick Fairlie Memorial 30/467

FAIRTHORNE/FANTHORNE, Laudon clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1842 Memorial 186/55

No 1

FAIRWEATHER, Frederick farmer Mitcham 1853 Memorial 367/57

FAIRWEATHER, Frederick labourer Mitcham 1854 Memorial 342/63

FAIRWEATHER, Frederick farmer Mitcham 1854 Hundred of Noarlunga land grant Memorial 93/83

FAIRWEATHER, Frederick labourer formerly of Mitcham but now of Cherry Gardens 1855 Memorial 350/85

FAIRWEATHER, Frederick farmer Mitcham 1860 Application 1024

FAIRWEATHER, Frederick farmer Cherry Gardens 1870 Application 26265

FAIRWEATHER, Frederick farmer formerly of Cherry Gardens but now of Adelaide 1888 Application 21364

No 2

FAIRWEATHER, Frederick clerk of works Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 159 County Manchester

FAIRWEATHER, Frederick clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 191/422

FAIRWEATHER, Harold Strathalbyn Tennis Club Secretary Strathalbyn 1951 Application 28814

No 1

FAIRWEATHER, Henry farmer Langhorne Creek. Strathalbyn Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1869 Memorial 186/242

FAIRWEATHER, Henry farmer Langhorne Creek 1881 Application 18603

No 1

FAIRWEATHER, John teacher Adelaide 1912[-1915] Memorial 140/467

FAIRWEATHER, John formerly teacher Adelaide but now Inspector of Schools Norwood 1921 Application 26973

No 1

FAIRWEATHER, Percival Sidney Howard yeoman formerly of Langhorne Creek but now of Mt Lofty 1909 Memorial 36/461

FAIRWEATHER, Percival Sidney Howard formerly yeoman Langhorne Creek but now retired storekeeper Broadview 1938 Memorial 158/512

FAIRWEATHER, Walter storekeeper's assistant Langhorne Creek 1891[-1893] Memorial 2/451

FAIRY, John farmer Barton 1859 Memorial 322/151

No 1

FALCONER, James John Esquire Adelaide 1846 Memorial 464/5

FALCONER, James John Esquire Melbourne Vic Superintendent of the Bank of Australia 1867 Memorial 87/221

FALCONER, William Gibson formerly baker Noarlunga but now out of business Moana 1954 Memorial 58/529

FALDER, Collingwood Joseph gentleman Adelaide, about to proceed to England for a period, power of attorney to John Smart JAFFREY draper King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/2/1867 Deposit 138/1870

No 1

FALK, Julius David and Arthur Lionel FALK merchants 17 Great Winchester St, London, who carried on business as general merchants in Gawler Place, Adelaide, under the style of P Falk & Co, power of attorney to Eugene Birbergeil BEAVER general manager Gawler Place, Adelaide, power of attorney to represent the firm in its SA business dealings 30/10/1890 Deposit 100/1887

FALK, Julius David formerly merchant Little Collins St, Melbourne Vic, 16-17 Great Winchester St, London, England and Fremantle WA now deceased 1901. His widow, Rosalie May Falk, lived at Alma Rd, St Kilda Vic Memorial 23/445

No 1

FALK, Philip formerly importer Melbourne Vic but now of Manchester, Lancs, England and Isaac JACOBS merchant Melbourne Vic trading under the style or firm of Falk & Co 1861 Memorial 78/175

FALK, Philip importer late of Melbourne Vic, but now of Manchester, Lancs, England, and Isaac JACOBS merchant Melbourne, trading as P Falk & Co, power of attorney to their clerk, Henry COHEN, now of Adelaide, to manage their firm in the province 8/6/1861 [The firm appeared to lease office space on pt TA 81 in Gawler Place from 1861 and relinquished the lease in 1865] Memorial 105/204, Memorial 125/208, Deposit 93/1861

No 2

FALK, Philip formerly of Adelaide but now of NSW assigned a lease over Section 124 Hundred of Arkaba Co Hanson 1885 Memorial 205/368

FALK, Salis merchant Melbourne Vic 1871 Memorial 97/251

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FALKENBERG, Gottlieb farmer Krondorf 1851 Memorial 77/34

FALKENBERG, Gottlieb farmer Tanunda 1854 Memorial 80/78

FALKENBERG, Gottlieb farmer Leasingham 1855 Memorial 41/94

No 1

FALKNER, Samuel of Kapunda 1866 Memorial 169/215

FALKNER, Samuel Prince of Wales Oddfellows Lodge trustee Kapunda 1870 Application 11089

FALKNER, Samuel accountant Kapunda, died at sea 1871. He left his estate to his mother, Harriett Falkner widow Farnham, Surrey, England, for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his sisters, Harriett Dolly Falkner, Ann Eliza HOLL widow of William Holl and Blanche Falkner Memorials 63 & 64/283

FALKNER, Samuel accountant Kapunda, died 23/10/1872 at sea, whilst returning to SA from London, aboard the vessel St Vincent (which arrived Pt Adelaide 11/11/1872). His estate to his mother, Harriet Falkner [widow Farnham, Surrey, England], for life, then to his sisters, Harriel Falkner, Eliza HALL widow of William Hall, and Blanche Falkner, in equal shares as tenants in common. FALKNER had bought his property in 1870 Application 21058

No 1

FALL, Norah widow East Auburn 1890 Memorial 26/401

FALL, Norah widow formerly of East Auburn but now of John St, Hindmarsh 1914 Memorial 89/471

FALLAND, Carl August farmer Moculta 1893 Application 22476

No 1

FALLON, Bartholomew farmer Kapunda 1859 Memorial 341/156

FALLON, Bartholomew farmer Kapunda 1866 Memorial 227/211

FALLON, Bartholomew and Bridget and John were brothers and sister. Bridget Fallon lived with her brother Bartholomew Fallon farmer St John’s near Kapunda. Children of Andrew and Mary Fallon of Strokestown, Co Roscommon, Ireland, both deceased. The Rev’d John Fallon RC clergyman St John’s, died 25/3/1860 of apoplexy, intestate and unmarried, aged 40. As his parents were both dead, his brother Bartholomew inherited as heir at law his two Sections 387, 388 Hundred of Belvidere Application 10532

FALLON, John Roman Catholic clergyman Kapunda 1854[-1859] Memorial 492/63

No 1

FALLOON, RN sheep farmer Biscuit Flat 1857 Memorial 91/124

FALLOON, Robert Nixon sheep farmer St Helena Station Co Robe 1867 Memorial 112/220

FALLOON, RN gentleman Robe 1874 Memorial 150/277

FALLOON, RN gentleman Richmond Park 1876 Memorial 66/289

FALLOON, Robert Nixon gentleman Richmond Park Co Robe 1876 Application 21604

FALLSCHER, Maria Katharine formerly SCHALLER formerly RUMP nee MEIKE widow Gnadenfrei formerly of Light Pass. Mother of Christian Carl Martin Rump farmer Gnadenfrei 1914 Application 26346

No 1

FALLU, Elias John marine surveyor Pt Adelaide linked with Mary Louisa Fallu spinster Portland Estate 1884 Memorial 157/362

FALLU, Elias John of the Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide, died c1898. Husband of Mary Fallu Memorial 225/436

FALLU, Elias John marine surveyor Portland Estate, died 12/10/1898. His £450 estate to his wife, Mary Fallu. Mary Fallu widow Pt Adelaide, died 8/3/1904. She left her £450 estate to her daughter, Mary Louisa GRAY absolutely. If she survived her daughter, the estate to go to the 4 youngest children of her late son, Elias John Fallu of Melbourne Vic, with their mother, Flora Fallu, as the executrix . Mary Louisa Gray widow Pt Adelaide, died 21/5/1927. She left specific bequests from her £850 estate to Mary Gray widow of Gilbert White Gray engineer Adelaide, her friend Martha NEEDLE, her friend Mrs BATTERSBY of Queenstown, with the proceeds of the sale of the rest of the estate going in equal shares to her sister-in-law Flora Fallu, her step-daughter Laura SAUNDERS wife of Frank Saunders of Sydney SW, her nephew Elie John Fallu commercial artist formerly of Adelaide now of Plympton, her niece Mary Louisa GOSS, her nephew Philip Basil Fallu, her nephew Harry Shaw Fallu, her niece Gertrude Elise FENWICK, her niece Eileen Harriette Fallu, and the widow of her nephew Leonard Carlos Fallu Application 27710

FALLU, Mary widow Pt Adelaide, died c1899. Mother of Mary Louisa GRAY no description Memorial 227/450

FALLU, Mary Louisa spinster Portland Estate 1876 Memorial 148/291

No 1

FALTING, Wilhelm yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 296/19

FALTING, Wilhelm [formerly yeoman Adelaide but now] farmer near Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 174/66

FALTING, Wilhelm farmer Rosenthal 1854 Memorial 266/77

FALTING, Wilhelm farmer Rosenthal 1859 Application 309

FANCETT, Samuel engine driver Portland Estate 1872 Application 12096

No 1 - probably the same person

FANNING, James of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 253/191

FANNING, James storeman Adelaide 1873 Memorial 237/267

FANNING, James licensed victualler Glen Osmond Rd, Parkside 1878 Application 16991

FANNING, James gentleman Parkside 1884 Memorial 84/360

FANNING, James SA Railways Brompton 1892 Application 22210

FANNING, Timothy labourer Willunga 1862 Memorial 293/185

No 1 - probably the same person

FARAGHER, John farmer Mt Torrens 1853[-1855] Memorial 264/51

FARAGHER, John blacksmith Mt Torrens 1855[-1862] Memorial 31/96

FARD, Thomas wheelwright Unley 1872 Application 12415

No 1

FARDELLO, Peter mariner Pt Adelaide 1847[-1852] Memorial 352/8

FARDELLO, Peter storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 247/68

No 1

FAREY, Alfred Walter Albert farmer Sedan 1882[-1900] Memorial 204/340

FAREY, Alfred Walter Albert labourer Rhine Villa Hundred of Angas land grant 1896 Grant Book 58 Page 183 County Sturt

FAREY, William farmer Sedan 1882 Memorial 49/338

FARGHER, Alfred James blacksmith Blinman trustee Institute Blinman Hundred of Carr land grant 1908 Grant Book 59 Page 4 County Taunton

FARGHER, John blacksmith Mt Torrens 1861 Application 2257

FARGHER, John Adrian SA Railways Commissioner Railway Buildings, North Tce, Adelaide 1954 Application 29033

No 1

FARGHER, John William blacksmith Blinman Co Taunton. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 251 County Not named

FARGHER, John William blacksmith Blinman. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Carr Hundred of Carr land grant 1894 Grant Book 59 Page 4 County Taunton

FARGHER, John William carrier Blinman. Trustee Institute Blinman Hundred of Carr land grant 1908 Grant Book 59 Page 4 County Taunton

No 1

FARIE, Claud the Elder gentleman Melbourne owned land in Penola SA. He died 22/8/1870. His wife, Jane Farie, had pre-deceased him. Claud Farie left four children: Claud Farie the Younger, who died 25/12/1883 intestate and without issue, John Allan Farie, who died c1878 intestate and without issue, Jane Scott Farie spinster, who died 18/9/1876 intestate and without issue, and Katherine Mary Farie spinster 12 Shorncliffe Road, Folkstone, Kent, England, the only surviving child by 1894. She had appointed Edward Castres GWYNNE of Adelaide to look after her SA business affairs Application 22628

FARIE, Claud sheriff formerly of Merang in the Pt Philip District NSW 1847 but then of Coburg Vic 1870, died 22/8/1891 Memorial 242/408

FARLEY, Alfred John farmer Point Pass 1885 Memorial 17/370

No 1

FARLEY, Augustus gentleman Melbourne Vic and Rachel Farley his wife nee Rachel WALKER 1855 Memorial 125/94

FARLEY, Augustus gentleman Melbourne Vic, died 27/2/1857 at sea, on the barque Diana, during its passage from Singapore to Calcutta. Estate worth £200. Whole estate to his wife, Rachel Farley 15/11/1858. Mrs Farley was living in Adelaide when the will was proved Deposit 48/1859

No 1

FARLEY, James and John farmers Point Pass Hundred of English land grant 1873 Grant Book 17 Page 167 County Eyre

FARLEY, James farmer Point Pass 1887 Memorial 193/381

FARLEY, James and John farmers Point Pass 1897 Memorial 164/431

No 1

FARLEY, John miner Adelaide 1848 Memorial 86/12

FARLEY, John miner Kooringa 1849[-1858] Memorial 357/14

FARLEY, John farmer Point Pass 1885 Memorial 16/370

FARLEY, Robert sawyer Adelaide 1841. He could not write Application 1247

FARLEY, William labourer North Woodside 1863 Application 4071

FARMER, Charles Conared Skinner farmer Callington 1947 Memorial 66/521

FARMER, Charles Willard farmer Willowie 1898 Memorial 186/433

FARMER, George farmer Naracoorte trustee unnamed School Hundred of Hynam Hundred of Hynam land grant 1896 Grant Book 29 Page 169 County MacDonnell

No 1

FARMER, George A managing clerk to Messrs GORDON, NESBIT & BRIGHT solicitors Adelaide 1893 Memorial 106/418

FARMER, George A managing clerk to Messrs NESBIT & SJ MITCHELL solicitors Adelaide 1897 Memorial 55/435

FARMER, James Smith clerk of the local court Narracoorte 1876 Memorial 166/295

FARMER, Jane Agnes home duties Sowter St, Klemzig, aged 51 years in 1961 Application 29421

No 1

FARMER, John draper Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 442/68

FARMER, John draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1856 Memorial 312/109

FARMER, John draper Glenelg 1856 Memorial 86/108

FARMER, John Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to John HODGKISS Esquire Adelaide, to sell all his SA real estate 15/12/1857 Deposit 16/1858

FARMER, John draper formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1858[-1862] Memorial 32/148

FARMER, John gentleman formerly of Glenelg but now in parts beyond the seas 1865[-1865] Memorial 60/208

FARMER, John formerly draper Glenelg 1857 but now gentleman England 1866 Application 7312

FARMER, John Esquire formerly of Glenelg 1857 but now commission agent London, England 1874 Application 13549

No 2

FARMER, John painter North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 188/170

No 3 – perhaps the same person

FARMER, John of Greens Plains East. Paskeville (Hundred ofKulpara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

FARMER, John of Greens Plains West 1898 Memorial 50/437

FARMER, Julia May m Charles SAMPSON farmer Myponga on 2/3/1915. Julia May Sampson widow Aldinga, died 18/8/1952 McLaren Vale. Sister to Rhoda Caroline ILLMAN, Hester Ann MCKENZIE. Aunt to Percy James McKenzie of Barmera (daughter Dorothy Estelle SMITH), Doris Winnie Elizab eth EATTS, Gladys Muriel Eatts, Clara Lillian FARMER, Thelma May HALL of 3 Beach St, Cottesloe WA, Joyce Aileen TAYLOR of Welshpool Rd, Wattle Grove WA Memorials 1 & 2/528

No 1

FARMER, S Clerk of the Local Court Robe 1874 Application 13812

FARMER, S clerk of the court Narracoorte 1882 Memorial 6/341

FARMER, Swithin clerk Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1882 Grant Book 50 Page 115 County Robe

FARMER, Stephen contractor Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 30//123

No 1

FARMER, Swithin storekeeper Chain of Ponds 1854[-1856] Memorial 341/72

FARMER, Swithin farmer Chain of Ponds 1861 Memorial 155/175

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FARMER, Thomas labourer Yankalilla 1860 Application 1289

FARMER, Thomas labourer Wallaroo Mines 1882 Memorial 96/341

No 1

FARMER, William farmer Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 262/166

No 2

FARMER, William miner Moonta 1869 Memorial 243/244

No 3

FARMER, William contractor Paratoo 1879 Memorial 58/314

FARMER, William [formerly contractor Paratoo but now] publican Broken Hill NSW 1889 Memorial 105/399

FARMER, William publican Broken Hill NSW links with the Hundred of Para Wirra 1893 Memorial 82/416

FARMERS, Stephen farmer Glen Roy Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 285 County MacDonnell

FARMILO, George of Bremerton on the Bremer about to marry Augusta Jessie WARD spinster Bremerton, likely a relative to Thomas Harper Ward formerly of Angas Park but now in parts beyond the seas. A William Chilton Frederick Ward no description also signed the marriage agreement 1865 Memorial 191/203

No 1

FARNDELL, Edward photographer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1867 Memorial 123/220

FARNDELL, Edward photographer Adelaide linked with Mary Farndell widow Highburg 1871 Memorial 247/254

FARNDELL, Edward photographer Adelaide (Hindley St), died 1874. Personal estate to his wife, Margaret Farndell, absolutely. Real estate to his brother, Francis Farndell photographer Adelaide (Rundle St), in trust for various purposes Memorial 212/276

No 1

FARNDELL, Francis porter Kent Town 1860 Memorial 325/162

FARNDELL, Francis porter Kent Town 1862 Application 3219

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FARNDELL, Francis photographer Adelaide 1868 Memorial 163/233

FARNDELL, Francis of near Campbelltown 1871 Application 11244

FARNDELL, Francis photographer Campbelltown executor for the will of linked with Margaret Farndell widow Kent Town relict of the late Edward Farndell now deceased 1877 Memorial 188/298

FARNDELL, Mary widow formerly of Adelaide then Highbury 1871 now Adelaide 1873, relict of the late Francis Farndell photographer formerly of Adelaide 1868 Application 12901

FARNDELL, Mary widow Highbury mother of Edward Farndell photographer Adelaide (Hindley St) and Francis Farndell storekeeper and photographer Highbury 1869 Memorial 206/241

No 1

FARNDELL, WF clerk to JM SOLOMON solicitor Adelaide 1884[-1886] Memorial 1/363

FARNDELL, WF clerk Adelaide 1896 Memorial 16/429

FARNDELL, WF clerk to FW BULLOCK & Co of Pirie St, Adelaide 1904[-1908] Memorial 139/451

FARNDELL, William Francis licensed land broker Adelaide (City Chambers, Pirie St) 1913[-1914] Memorials 43/468, 188/471

FARNDELL, William Francis licensed land broker Pirie St, Adelaide, working in the office of Messrs FW BULLOCK & Co 1917 Application 26504

FARNEYHOUGH, James gardener Brownhill Creek 1866 Memorial 240/209

FARNHAM, Abel farm man Black Rock 1889 Memorial 100/400

FARNHAM, Eliza and Mary Ann spinsters of the Torrens. Hundred of Talunga land grant 1848 Memorial 44/14

No 1

FARNHAM, Giles farmer Hundred of Talunga and Caroline Farnham his wife. HUndred of Talunga land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 241 County Adelaide

FARNHAM, Giles the Elder farmer Talunga and Caroline Farnham his wife 1853[-1860] Memorials 457/57 & 87/164

FARNHAM, Giles the Elder farmer Talunga 1871. Caroline Farnham died 24/7/1868 Tea Tree Gully Memorial 97/252

FARNHAM, Giles the Elder died 8/7/1885. His wife, Caroline Farnham, died 24/7/1868. Family as disposed in 1886; Ruth FOX farmer Cudlee Creek, Eliza REHN wife of John Rehn farmer Houghton, Morella BANKS wife of Edward Banks farmer Cudlee Creek, Mary Ann Banks wife of George Banks the Elder farmer Holland Creek. Mrs Banks died 12/1/1901. George Banks the Elder died 25/7/1912. Two other children in the Farnham family whose whereabouts had not been known for many years (Definitely Abel Farnham who reappeared c1889 as a farm man of Black Rock perhaps and Giles Farnham the Younger no description) Memorial 241/373 & RPA Search 2393

FARNHAM, W farmer Salisbury 1933 Memorial 61/506

No 1

FARNSWORTH, Mr of Kooringa 1849 Grant Book 0 Page 3 County Unnamed

FARNSWORTH, David miner Kooringa 1850[-1853] Memorial 253/20

FARQUHAR, EA secretary Queen's Wharf Co with head office at North Parade, Pt Adelaide 1906 Memorial 124/455

No 1

FARQUHAR, D clerk Allendale 1876 Memorial 163/292

FARQUHAR, Donald Ogg miller’s clerk Allandale near Kapunda 1885 Application 20461

FARQUHAR, Ebenezer dairyman Stepney 1892 Application 22325

FARQUHAR, Edward Alan shipping manager Semaphore 1909 Application 25595

FARQUHARSON, Alexander grocer Bute. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 399 County Daly

FARQUHARSON, David Roxburgh plasterer Le Fevre Peninsula 1881 Memorial 143/330

FARR, Alfred clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 123/299

No 1

FARR, Augustus of Nailsworth 1909 Memorial 227/461

FARR, Augustus builder Nailsworth, died 14/9/1930. Husband of Laura Hannah Farr. Father of Victor Augustus Charles Farr salesman Sefton Park. Uncle to Frank Cordon Memorial 200/503

No 1

FARR, Charles carpenter Adelaide 1842 Memorial 480/1

FARR, Charles builder Adelaide 1854 Loyal Adelaide Oddfellows Lodge trustee Memorial 238/74

FARR, Charles, Charles George Farr and Alfred Farr timber merchants Adelaide (Wakefield and Grote Sts) trading under the style or firm of Charles Farr & Sons, became bankrupts in 1887 Memorial 80/390

No 1

FARR, Christopher farmer Section 3237 Hundred of Barossa 1852[-1853] Memorial 250/44

FARR, Christopher farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 293/61

FARR, Christopher farmer Section 1076 near Kapunda 1859[-1860] Memorial 388/160

FARR, Christopher labourer Kapunda 1894 Memorial 49/423

No 1 - perhap the same person

FARR, George carpenter Mt Pleasant 1863 Application 4384.

FARR, George undertaker Pt Augusta 1894 Application 23275.

No 1

FARR, George A clerk Adelaide 1875 Memorial 249/281

FARR, George A clerk to JJ STUCKEY solicitor Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 59/310

FARR, George Alexander clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Sapphiretown (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 11 Page 3 County Carnarvon

FARR, George Alexander clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 372 County Daly

FARR, George Alexander solicitor Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18940

FARR, George Alexander solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1883 Memorial 115/352

FARR, George A solicitor Hawker 1888[-1891] Memorial 143/389

No 1

FARR, George Henry clerk in holy orders Adelaide linked with Julia W Farr of Brightlands 1873 Memorial 108/280

FARR, George Henry Clerk in Holy Orders formerly of St Peter's College but now of the Semaphore 1879 Memorial 186/315

FARR, George Henry Missionary Archdeacon formerly of The Semaphore now of parts beyond the sea 1882 Application 19314

FARR, George Henry of Adelaide, visited England between April 1882-May 1883 Application 19253

FARR, George Henry LLB of North Adelaide, died c1904. Husband of Julia Warren Farr, who died c1914. Parents of Lewis Henry Ord Farr and Clinton Coleridge Farr Memorials 124 & 125/482

No 1

FARR, Lewis Henry Ord had an interest in Section 535 Hundred of Kuitpo for gold mining 1882 Memorial 103/343

FARR, Lewis Henry Ord of Pt Elliston 1885 Memorial 27/364

FARR, Stephen labourer Glenelg 1850[-1854] Memorial 215/25

No 1

FARR, William Walter carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 82/49

FARR, William Walter builder Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 197/78

FARR, William Walter carpenter North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 209/98

FARRANT, Adelaide Madaline Victoria St, Prospect 1935 Application 27987

No 1

FARRANT, Albert Andrew painter Norwood 1862[-1863] Memorials 199/186 279/191

FARRANT, Albert Andrew coach painter Norwood 1866[-1889] Memorial 77/215, Application 21731

No 1

FARRANT, Nathaniel carpenter Adelaide 1847 Memorial 97/9

FARRANT, Nathaniel carpenter Shepley on the Torrens 1860 Memorial 126/161

FARRANT, Nathaniel carpenter Section 334 Darley on the Torrens 1860 Memorial 274/162

No 1

FARRANT, Robert farmer The Pinery 1855 Memorial 478/80

FARRANT, Robert shoemaker Pine Forest 1855 Memorial 242/81

FARRANT, Robert bootmaker Enfield 1864 Memorial 37/194

FARRANT, Robert cordwainer Enfield 1871 Application 11319

FARRANT, Walter carpenter Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 148/302

FARRANT, William gentleman Kapunda 1859 Memorial 283/178

FARRANT, William John dealer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850 Memorial 258/25

FARRANT, William John Raddon carpenter Kapunda 1858[-1859] Memorial 24/140

No 1

FARRANT, William John Hillney builder Adelaide 1865 Application 6885

FARRANT, William John Hillney carpenter Kent Town and Mary Ann Farrant his wife 1877 formerly Mary Ann BAILEY spinster daughter of the late John Bailey who died 18/4/1854. The Farrant/Bailey marriage took place on 14/3/1872 Memorial 136/300

FARRAR, Geoffrey Charles manager 134 Balcombe Ave, Seaton, aged 53 in 1970, Manager of John Reid & Sons Pty Ltd, 3 Manton St, Hindmarsh, since 9/1/1955 after he arrived in SA from Vic to take up the appointment Application 29744

FARRAR, JHC clerk Laura [perhaps to HE BRIGHT auctioneer Laura] 1890 Memorial 197/404

FARRAR, Simeon gentleman Adelaide, wrote 5/4/1852 from the Commercial Inn, Adelaide, to the Colonial Secretary, ? JACKSON. He mentioned that he had arrived in SA two years previously. With a land order, he bought Section 48 in the Encounter Bay District. Application 3712

FARRELL, Edward of Hahndorf disappeared forever [Husband of Johanna Eleonore Farrell nee Suess] 1848 Application 4079

FARRELL, Catherine widow Hundred of Wandearah 1894 Memorial 47/421

FARRELL, Esau farmer Currency Creek 1867 Memorial 1/227

No 1

FARRELL, Hugh gold digger North Adelaide Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Co Light 1853[-1857] Memorial 473/55

FARRELL, Hugh farmer Sheaoak Log 1866 Application 7687

FARRELL, Jacob farmer Goolwa 1867 Memorial 1/227

No 1

FARRELL, James labourer Happy Valley 1866 Application 7725

No 2

FARRELL, James Incumbent of Holy Trinity Adelaide, died 26/4/ 1869 Great Malvern, Co Worcester, England Memorial 4/283

No 1

FARRELL, John labourer Kapunda 1859 Memorial 318/157

No 2 – perhaps the same person

FARRELL, John miner Wallaroo. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 11 County Daly

FARRELL, John limeburner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 84 County Daly

FARRELL, John farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 246 County Daly

No 3

FARRELL, John farmer Hundred of Tickera near Kadina died no date. His widow, Elizabeth Mary Farrell, remarried and became Mrs KIRKEEK now widow Tickera by 1901. William Farrell farmer Kadina belonged to this family Memorial 234/443

No 4

FARRELL, John labourer Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 227 County Manchester

No 5

FARRELL, John farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 338 County Daly

FARRELL, John Thomas of Laura Co Victoria. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 742 County Frome

FARRELL, Margaret nee WOLAHAN widow East Tce, Adelaide, died 1888. Mother of Mary Anne MURRAY wife of Alfred Murray stonecutter Adelaide (East Tce), and sister to Mary Wolahan spinster East Tce, Adelaide, Elizabeth Wolahan and William Wolahan no description Memorial 203/392

FARRELL, Martin teamster Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 147 County Victoria

FARRELL, Michael labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 59 County Dalhousie

No 1

FARRELL, Patrick farmer Echunga 1886 Memorial 119/408

FARRELL, Patrick formerly labourer Echunga but now farmer Meadows South pt Section 3532 Hundred of Kuitpo 1912 Application 26063

No 2

FARRELL, Patrick farmer Wandearah 1888 Memorial 120/389

No 1

FARRELL, Thomas labourer Armagh 1867 Memorial 149/224

FARRELL, Thomas formerly of Armagh but now of Kadina 1873 Memorial 197/268

No 2

FARRELL, Thomas farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 154 County Victoria

No 3

FARRELL, Thomas labourer Waukaringa. Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 4 County Lytton

No 1

FARRELL, William miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869[-1871] Grant Book 14 Page 72 County Daly

No 2

FARRELL, William publican Redruth and Johanna Farrell his wife 1878[-1880] Memorial 171/307

FARRELL, William gentleman Redruth and Johanna (Julia) Farrell his wife 1886[-1891] Memorial 71/373

FARRELL, William out of business Redruth near Kooringa and Johanna Farrell his wife 1888 Memorial 221/389

FARRELL, Johanna married woman Redruth near Kooringa 1908 Memorial 2/459

FARRELL, William of Redruth near Kooringa. His wife, Johanna Farrell, died 29/6/1911. Sister to Thomas O'CONNELL farmer Nackara. Estate worth £1,200 1926 Memorial 109/496

FARRELL, William 29 publican Redruth (Father: John Farrell) m Johanna O’CONNELL 29 spinster Redruth (Father; Thomas O’Connell), at St Anthony’s RC Church, Manoora. They ran the Courthouse Hotel, Redruth. Mrs Farrell died 29/6/1911 Redruth. Her brother Thomas O’CONNELL farmer Nackara, was her executor. £100 to the parish priest at St Joseph’s Church, Kooringa, for prayers for the repose of her soul. The rest of the estate to be sold at the trustee’s discretion, and the money invested to give her husband £1 a week for the rest of his life. After the husband died, the Sisters of St Joseph Kooringa to get £50 and her brother the residue of the estate £1,200. He was the publican of the Courthouse Hotel until 1920, when he sold the business to Catherine Gregg. Thomas O’Connell Junr died 3/1/1940 150 Wattle St, Malvern. His widow called Ellen O’Connell. Application 28153

FARRELL, Johanna married woman Redruth, died 29/6/1911. £100 to the RC priest at Kooringa to have prayers and services for the repose of her soul. The rest of her estate to be sold and the money raised to be invested and £1 a week paid to her husband, William Farrell, for life. Also to pay any bills he incurred as a result of sickness. After he died, £50 to go to the Sisters of St Joseph, Kooringa. Her brother, Thomas O'CONNELL farmer Nackara to be the trustee; by 1925, he lived in retirement in Malvern Application 27329

No 2

FARRELL, William miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 293 County Daly

FARRELL, William farmer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 339 County Daly

No 3

FARRELL, William woodcutter Adelaide (South Tce) 1893 Memorial 87/416

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FARRELLY, Edward farmer Pinery 1894 Memorial 130/422

FARRELLY, Edward farmer Saddleworth, died. By 1906 his family was disposed thus; His widow, Agnes Farrelly and her daughter, Mary Teresa Farrelly, lived at Prospect. Sons John James mining assistant Broken Hill NSW and Joseph Edward Farrelly mining assistant Brown Hill, Kalgoorlie WA Memorial 141/454

No 1

FARRELLY, Edward Francis formerly farmer Dublin but now licensed victualler Brighton 1876 Memorial 131/296

FARRELLY, Edward Francis farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 347 County Gawler

No 1

FARRELLY, James Michael and William farmers near Palmer Hundred of Tungkillo 1899 Memorial 53/439

No 2

FARRELLY, James labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911[-1915] Grant Book 14 Page 275 County Daly

FARRELLY, James labourer Pt Broughton, died 27/11/1919 intestate. Administratrix – Mary Jane Farrelly widow Pt Broughton 1927 Grant Book 14 Page 290 County Daly

No 1

FARRELLY, John farmer Gawler Plains 1851[-1861] Memorial 418/38. Husband of Ann Farrelly 1852 Memorial 14/39.

FARRELLY, John farmer Gawler Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1860 Grant Book 27 Page 9 County Gawler

FARRELLY, John farmer Munno Para Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 345 County Light

FARRELLY, John farmer Gawler Plains Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 331 County Light

FARRELLY, John married Anne BRADY on 21/12/1829 Drumgoon at Cootehill, Co Cavan, Ireland. The family emigrated to SA. John Farrelly farmer Gawler Plains Light River died 11/2/1862 intestate, of a tumour, aged 56. Name registered as FARLEY. His eldest son, Michael Farrelly farmer of the Gilbert, inherited as heir at law. He was born October 1830, Kilmore, Ireland. Mrs Anne Farrelly was a widow of Grace Plains at the time of the application Application 7921

No 2

FARRELLY, John and Daniel farmers Mallala 1897 Application 23479

FARRELLY, Mary farmer Mallala 1907 Application 25281

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FARRELLY, Michael farmer The Gilbert eldest son and heir at law of the late John Farrelly formerly farmer Gawler Plains now deceased 1866[-1868] Memorial 183/216

FARRELLY, Michaael farmer Riverton Hundred of Grace land grant 1863[-1866] Grant Book 27 Page 28 County Gawler

FARRELLY, Michael farmer Mallala linked with Thomas Farrelly farmer Saddleworth 1878 Memorial 143/313

FARRELLY, Michael farmer Mallala 1877, heir at law of John Farrelly deceased late farmer Gawler Plains. M Farrelly could not write Application 16458

FARRELLY, Michael farmer Mallala 1882 Application 19216

FARRELLY, Michael farmer Booborowie 1894. He could not write Application 22673

No 1

FARRELLY, Patrick farm labourer Curramulka 1887 Memorial 90/385

FARRELLY, Patrick farmer Penong West Coast 1899 Memorial 118/439

FARRELLY, Patrick Lawrence farmer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1918 Grant Book 14 Page 288 County Daly

No 1 – perhaps the same person

FARRELLY, Peter publican Wirrabara. Wirrabara (Hundred of Appila) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 523 County Frome

FARRELLY, Peter farmer Mallala Parham township allotment land grant 1876[-1881] Grant Book 26 Page 364 County Gawler

FARRELLY, Peter farmer Mallala Co Gawler. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 13 County Dalhousie

FARRELLY, Peter linked with Section 69 Hundred of Balaklava Co Gawler 1881 Memorial 54/328

No 2

FARRELLY, Peter Manager of the Baths Glenelg 1911 Application 26001

No 1

FARRELLY, Thomas farmer Riverton Co Light. Hundred of Grace land grant 1862[-1865] Grant Book 27 Page 20 County Gawler

FARRELLY, Thomas farmer The Gilbert 1866 Memorial 226/249

FARRELLY, Thomas farmer Saddleworth Co Light. Hundred of Grace land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 39 County Gawler

FARRELLY, Thomas farmer Saddleworth 1868 Application 9451

FARRELLY, Thomas stockholder Saddleworth Hundred of Appila land grant 1875[-1882] Grant Book 24 Page 491 County Frome

FARRELLY, Thomas farmer Saddleworth 1876[-1879] Memorial 166/288

FARRELLY, Thomas farmer Wirrabara Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1886 Grant Book 23 Page 51 County Frome

FARRELLY, Thomas farmer Wongyarra Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1889 Grant Book 23 Page 51 County Frome

FARRELLY, Thomas stockholder Wirrabara, died c1894 intestate. Letters of administration to Michael Farrelly farmer Booboorowie to settle the estate Memorial 156/421

No 1

FARRER, Frederick law clerk Adelaide 1904[-1918] Memorial 186/453

FARRER, Frederick clerk to Messrs T & W POPE solicitors Adelaide 1914 Memorial 100/471

FARRER, Frederick clerk to James T MELLOR solicitor Adelaide 1919 Memorial 138/479

FARRER, Frederick licensed landbroker Reynella linked with FR Farrer gardener Reynella 1939 Memorial 40/514

No 1

FARRER, Walter William innkeeper Adelaide (Cornish Tavern Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 489/46

FARRER, Walter William farmer Allen Creek 1854[-1859] Memorial 374/66

FARRER, Walter William of Kapunda 1860 Memorial 219/166

FARRINGTON, Charles gentleman Dry Creek 1856 Memorial 233/98

No 1

FARRINGTON, Charles Moulden storekeeper Kooringa 1849 Memorial 398/14 Storekeeper Clare 1850[-1853] Memorial 167/27

FARRINGTON, Charles Moulden of Adelaide, about to proceed to Victoria, power of attorney to Joseph Eldin MOULDEN, to supervise the sale of land in Co Stanley to John MAYNARD late of Clare, but now of Watervale 2/5/1855 Deposit 258/1857

FARRINGTON, Charles Moulden formerly of Clare but at present in Victoria 1857 Memorial 115/121

No 1

FARRINGTON, William Eldin clerk to George MORPHETT Adelaide 1846[-1847] Memorial 117/6

FARRINGTON, William Eldin gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 78/77

FARRINGTON, William Eldin, declared a lunatic on 30/11/1853. He must have been a relative of Charles Moulden Farrington gentleman Adelaide, and probably related to Joseph Eldin MOULDEN Application 8754

FARRINGTON, William Eldin a lunatic of Adelaide (declared a lunatic under a SA Supreme Court Order 10/2/1854). Joseph Eldin MOULDEN Esquire Adelaide headed a Committee to administer his affairs [Could be a family link??] 1867 Memorial 76/225

FARRISON, James farmer Prospect 1857 Memorial 326/127

FARRON, Edward farmer Glenelg 1854 Memorial 433/66

FARROW, Albert Andrew coach painter Norwood 1876 Memorial 201/295

No 1

FARROW, Charles of Hope Valley 1855[-1858] Memorial 10/137

FARROW, Charles farmer Truro 1858 Memorial 237/137

FARROW, Charles farmer The Gilbert 1863 Memorial 112/524

FARROW, Charles farmer Finniss Point 1875. Public School trustee Application 14537

FARROW, Charles farmer Tarlee 1879 Memorial 26/319

No 1

FARROW, Charles James painter and grainer Adelaide 1856[-1871] Memorial 117/103

FARROW, Charles James carpenter Adelaide 1857 Memorial 338/125

FARROW, Charles James painter Adelaide (Gilles St) 1872 Memorial 39/261

FARROW, Charles James out of business Norwood 1892, died 23/11/1894 Memorials 196 & 236/437

FARROW, Charles James painter Adelaide, died 23/12/1894. He was an executor for the will of his friend, George DEVENPORT Senr, who died 1871. [These men were possibly brothers-in-law] Application 26409

No 1

FARROW, Edward farmer Glenelg 1846 Memorial 318/7

FARROW, Edward yeoman Glenelg 1870[-1881] Memorial 233/247

FARROW, Edward farmer The Meadows 1861 Application 2060

FARROW, Edward farmer Marion 1862 Application 3427

FARROW, Edward farmer formerly of Glenelg 1846 but now of Marion 1864 Application 5395

FARROW, Edward yeoman Glenelg 1869 Application 10246

FARROW, James Corporation labourer Jane St, Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16889

No 1

FARROW, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1853[-1874] Memorial 440/47

FARROW, John Corporation ganger Pt Adelaide 1883[-1885] Memorial 72/349, Application 20678

FARROW, Johanna Helena widow of John Farrow labourer Pt Adelaide 1887 Application 21293

No 1

FARROW, John William baker Walkerville 1862[-1882] Memorial 171/185

FARROW, John William gentleman Walkerville 1907, declared that he had lived in the area since c1857 Application 24881

No 1

FARROW, Joseph farmer Dry Creek and Mary nee FLAVEL his wife 1850[-1854] Memorial 386/22

FARROW, Joseph storekeeper Hope Valley 1874 Memorial 80/275

No 1

FARROW, Luke fisherman Glenelg 1854[-1856] Memorial 256/66

FARROW, Luke labourer Echunga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FARROW, William builder Adelaide 1852 Memorial 43/42.

FARROW, William sawyer Walkerville 1853 Memorial 210/53

FARROW, William the Elder builder Walkerville 1865 Memorial 33/206

FARROW, William the Elder of Walkerville, died 27/10/ 1876 intestate. Husband of Elizabeth Farrow. Father of John William Farrow baker Walkerville, Harriet COOPER wife of Ashley Edward Cooper farmer Lower Light and Ann WEBB wife of Jonathan Edward Webb storekeeper Two Wells Memorial 187/295

FARROW, William sawyer Walkerville, died 27/10/1876 intestate. His widow, Elizabeth Farrow, died without settling her husband's estate. Their son, John William Farrow baker Walkerville 1909, took out Letters of Administration to settle both deceased estates. Value £200 Application 25580

FARROW, William the Younger baker Walkerville 1865 Memorial 33/206

FARROW, Elizabeth widow Walkerville 1879 Memorial 32/314

FARROW, Elizabeth widow Walkerville linked with John William Farrow baker Walkerville 1882 Memorial 165/343

No 2

FARROW, William labourer Pt Elliot 1869 Memorial 119/236

FARROW, William James service station proprietor Salisbury, aged 60 in 1931, declared that he had lived in Salisbury since 1910 Application 27854

No 1

FARTCH, Adam farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 55 County Grey

FARTCH, Adam stockholder Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1867 Grant Book 31 Page 13 County Grey

FARTCH, Alfred Edward storekeeper's assistant Mt Gambier 1901 Memorial 71/444

FARTCH, H stationer's assistant Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 223/400

No 1

FASCH, Peter Paul in SA by 1851 Memorial 366/48

FASCH, Peter Paul farmer Sevenhill 1872 Memorial 160/257

No 1

FASCHER, Heinrich labourer Unley 1854 Memorial 120/78

FASCHER, Heinrich (sometimes called Henry Fascher) labourer Unley 1856 Memorial 34/109

FAT, Haa and Ah SING gardeners Kooringa leased 1 acre of land facing Quarry St as a market garden for 5 years from 1888. They had to provide their landlord, Richard SNELL gardener Kooringa, with water for his bath Memorial 13/393

FATCHELL, William Neal farmer Queens Own Town Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1877 Grant Book 36 Page 278 County Hindmarsh

No 1

FATCHEN, Arthur Edwin Raymond farmer Black Springs 1912 Memorial 34/467 [See Memorial 106/523]

FATCHEN, Arthur Edwin Raymond farmer Black Springs 1938 Application 28122

FATCHEN, Arthur Edwin Raymond farmer Black Springs, aged 75 years in 1955, declared that he had lived in the area for 46 years Application 29098

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FATCHEN, George farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 325 County Light

FATCHEN, George farmer near Smithfield 1882 Application 19309

FATCHEN, George farmer Manoora 1890 Application 21808

FATCHEN, John farmer Penfield 1920 Application 26922

No 1

FATCHEN, Reginald Frank farmer Virginia 1948 Memorial 53/530

FATCHEN, Reginald Frank farmer formerly of Virginia but now of 213 Prospect Rd, Prospect 1955 Application 29105

FATCHEN, William James farmer Angle Vale 1909[-1920]. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 245/463

No 1 - possibly the Elder and the Younger [this family apparently changed its name from Fatchens to Fatchen]

FATCHENS, William [possibly the Elder and the Younger] brickmaker Hindmarsh 1845[-1864] Memorial 174/5

FATCHENS, William [possibly the Younger formerly brickmaker Hindmarsh but now] farmer Hindmarsh. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1850 Memorial 148/30

FATCHEN, William the Younger farmer Peachey Belt Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 325 County Light

FATCHENS, William [possibly the Younger] farmer Virginia 1868 Memorial 226/250

FATCHEN, William [possibly the Younger] farmer Pine Creek near Chinkford 1872 Memorial 16/259

FATCHEN,William [possibly the Elder] farmer Penfield 1876 Memorial 90/292

FATHOE, William farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 147 County Victoria

FAUCETT, William sawyer Mt Charles 1856 Memorial 472/97

FAUCHON, FC clerk Adelaide (4 Currie St) 1884 Memorial 12/362

FAUCHON, Henry storekeeper Kent Town 1869 Application 10277

No 1

FAUGHT, Thomas printer Adelaide (East Tce) 1879 Memorial 244/319

FAUGHT, Thomas printer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1881 Memorial 16/334

FAULDING, Alfred Joseph Esquire London, Middlesex, England, entitled to an annuity and shares under the will of the late Francis Hardy Faulding formerly of Adelaide but now deceased 1880 Memorial 45/325

FAULDING, Francis Hardy chemist Adelaide. Metropolitan Building Association Trustee 1851 Memorial 4/35

FAULKNER, BG fruiterer Naracoorte 1881 Application 18836

No 1

FAULKNER, Charles of near Mt Stuart 1861 Memorial 245/182

FAULKNER, Charles innkeeper Nuccaleena. Nuccaleena (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 122 County Not named

FAULKNER, Charles farmer Oyster Bay Yorke Peninsula Co Fergusson. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 65 Page 1 County Not named

FAULKNER, Charles gentleman Oyster Bay Stansbury township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 461 County Fergusson

FAULKNER, Charles gentleman Blinman Far North 1873[-1876] Memorial 154/265

FAULKNER, Charles formerly stockholder Sliding Rock but now out of business Adelaide 1877 Memorial 182/297

FAULKNER, Charles farmer Stansbury trustee Cemetery Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878[-1899] Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

FAULKNER, Charles JP farmer Stansbury 1886 Memorial 6/385

FAULKNER, Charles formerly publican Rock Hotel, Sliding Rock 1875 but now Esquire JP Stansbury 1889 Application 21751

FAULKNER, CT bank clerk Kooringa 1889 Memorial 152/399

FAULKNER, DC clerk to Messrs DALTON & COUNSELL merchants Adelaide 1908 Memorial 53/459

FAULKNER, Friend horse dealer Nairne 1866 Memorial 122/215

No 1

FAULKNER, George labourer Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Munno Para land purchase Memorial 185/55

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

FAULKNER, George gentleman Mintaro 1854[-1860] Memorial 470/71

FAULKNER, George teamster Mintaro 1855 Memorial 412/81

FAULKNER, George farmer Mintaro 1855[-1870] Memorial 305/91, Application 11077

No 3

FAULKNER, George the Younger farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 56 County Victoria

FAULKNER, John labourer Unley 1843 Memorial 21/57

FAULKNER, John H clerk Adelaide 1876 Memorial 236/290

No 1

FAULKNER, Matthew innkeeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 485/20

FAULKNER, Matthew and Robert publicans Adelaide 1853 Memorial 434/51

No 1

FAULKNER, Samuel gentleman Kapunda 1870 Memorial 75/249

FAULKNER, Samuel clerk Kapunda 1871 Memorial 10/252

No 1 - probably the same person

FAULKNER, Sarah spinster Adelaide 1857 Memorial 297/123

FAULKNER, Sarah Shaft spinster Adelaide 1859 Memorial 12/150

No 1 – the Elder

FAULKNER, Thomas farmer Mintaro 1862 Memorial 381/186

FAULKNER, Thomas farmer [formerly of Mintaro but now of] Yarcowie 1879 Memorial 55/323

FAULKNER, Thomas the Elder of Tarcowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 14 County Kimberley

No 2 – the Younger

FAULKNER, Thomas the Younger farmer Farrell Flat Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 9 County Kimberley

FAULKNER, William farmer Torrens Vale 1922 Application 27112

FAULL, Richard Reed wheelwright Beltana Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 136 County Not named

FAUST, Julius labourer Oakbank 1886 Application 20906

FAUSTMANN, Johanne Henriette widow Hahndorf, died 14/11/1864. Children as of 1886; Agnes Elisabeth Faustmann now Agnes Elisabeth NEARY wife of James Neary restaurant proprietor Sydney NSW, Edwin Faustmann who died 14/6/1874 an infant, and Otto Faustmann civil servant Pt Augusta Memorial 77/377

No 1

FAVAN, John farmer North Adelaide 1862 Memorial 98/180

FAVAN, John farmer [formerly of North Adelaide but now of] near Coromandel Valley 1867 Memorial 120/218

FAVAN, John of Coromandel Valley, died 4/8/1873. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eliza Favan, for life, then in the proportions mentioned in his will, £100 each to his brother, Samuel SWEET of Charlton near Somerton, Somerset, to his sister Jane WALDRON wife of Philip Waldron of Pitney near Langport, Somerset, his sister Mary WEBB wife of Charles Webb of Pitney, to his sister Bethia WALDRON wife of William Waldron of Pitney; the rest to be divided equally amongst the children of his wife by a former marriage - Jane SCRIVEN, James Scriven, Elizabeth Scriven and Anna Scriven. In a codicil, Anna Scriven's inheritance was cancelled and her portion added to her sister Elizabeth Scriven's inheritance Memorial 130/270

FAVAN, Eliza widow of the late John Favan market gardener Coromandel Valley, died 23/10/1895, of acute bronchitis and morbus cordis, aged 80 Application 23387

FAVILLA, Raffaello draper Kadina 1891 Memorial 96/408

No 1

FAVILLA, RT director FJ ANTHONY & Co Ltd of 151 Payneham Road, St Peters 1949 Memorial 37/524

FAVILLA, Ralph Thomas of 46 Tusmore Ave, Tusmore, managing director of FJ ANTHONY & Co Ltd of 151 Payneham Rd, St Peters 1955 Application 29122

No 1

FAWCETT, Archibald of the Robin Hood Inn, Norwood 1854 He took out a 7 year lease of the business at £156 a year Memorial 54/77

FAWCETT, Archibald licensed victualler Norwood 1855 Memorial 92/94

FAWCETT, Archibald licensed victualler Adelaide (Rundle St) declared insolvent on 22/8/1856 Memorial 74/108

FAWCETT, James painter and glazier Adelaide 1841 Application 22266

FAWCETT, Leonard James farmer Kapunda, aged 63 in 1954, declared that he had lived in the district all his life Application 29047

FAWCETT, Ralph auctioneer Pt Augusta 1891 Memorial 137/408

FAWCETT, Robert chemist and druggist Kapunda 1859[-1877] Memorial 186/158, Application 7353

FAWCETT, Samuel of Cheltenham curator of the Woodville Cemetery 1897 Memorial 245/432

No 1

FAWCETT, William sawyer Mt Charles 1856 Memorial 472/97

FAWCETT, William sawyer Charleston 1857 Memorial 82/118

FAWCETT, William farmer Mt Charles 1859 Memorial 13/151

FAWCETT, William of Mt Torrens 1864 Application 5705

No 1

FAWK, James dairyman Le Fevre Peninsula and Ellen Fawk his wife 1892 Memorial 42/412

FAWK, James dairyman Le Fevre Peninsula 1887[-1909]. His wife, Ellen Fawk, died c1908. Mother of Cornelius James Jennings dairyman Le Fevre Peninsula and Maud Hamilton Jennings Memorial 123/460

FAWK, Lily widow 54 Fisher St, Fullarton, aged 79 in 1975, declared that she had married Stanley James Fawk dairyman formerly of Largs Bay now of Woodville 1975, on 16/9/1922. In 1922, the dairy operated at Hargrave St, Largs Bay and the cows grazed in paddocks at Woodville. Frederick A BROOKS worked at the dairy until his retirement in 1929 (He lived with his sister and her son at Largs Bay, the Hargrave St house in which the Fawks used to live before going to Woodville. SJ Fawk was the son of James Fawk the Elder Le Fevre Peninsula and Ellen Hawk his wife. By a previous marriage, Ellen Fawk had two children - Cornelius James JENNINGS and Maud Hamilton Jennings (died 10/2/1932). Ellen Fawk died 26/11/1908. Her son CJ Jennings predeceased her. She also had a daughter by her second marriage - Ellen Parkinson Fawk, who married Morris Victor JAMES. Ellen Parkinson James died 1/4/1946. Her husband, MV James, died 9/7/1968. Stanley James Fawk died 17/5/1947. He and his wife, Lily Fawk, had a daughter, Margaret Lillian CLARK, who lived at 25 Towers Rd, Bridgewater in 1972 Application 29908

No 1

FAWSETT, James Esquire Sheaoak Log. Sheaoak Log Public School trustee. Perhaps related to the Rev'd Thomas Fawsett clerk in holy orders East Stoke, Notts, England, who also owned land at Sheaoak Log 1856 Memorials 287/110, 82/76

FAWSETT, James Esquire The Hermitage Sheaoak Log 1858 Memorial 221/136

FAWTHROP, James formerly master of the schooner Eagle from Launceston VDL 1839 but now gentleman Portland Vic 1869 Application 10302

FAX, Mrs AE landlady Robe Hotel 1938 Application 28121

FAX, Mary Ann spinster Adelaide 1854 Memorial 322/77

No 1

FAX, Thomas bootmaker Adelaide (Leigh St) 1849 Memorial 285/17

FAX, Thomas leather cutter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 304/28

FAX, Thomas the Elder leather cutter Adelaide 1857 Memorial 243/118

FAX, Thomas the Elder and Thomas Fax the Younger leathercutters Adelaide 1859 Memorial 115/154

FAX, Thomas leather cutter Adelaide 1859 Application 233

No 1

FAX, William shoemaker Adelaide (Leigh St) 1849 Memorial 94/14

FAX, William formerly shoemaker of Leigh St but now storekeeper Morphett St, Adelaide 1877 Memorial 147/302

No 1

FAY, Francis Xavier out of business 51 High St, Kensington, died 5/2/1947 Parkside intestate. His wife, Mary Esther Fay, died 15/7/1943. Parents of Eugene Patrick Fay master butcher 20 Seventh Ave, St Morris. Other children mentioned but not described Memorials 175 & 176/523

FAY, Mary Esther married woman High St, Kensington 1903 Memorial 212/448

No 1

FAYERS, Walter Kemp linen draper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 371/14

FAYERS, Walter Kemp linen draper Adelaide, died c1855. Executors of his will: Thomas TAYLOR merchant George St, Sydney NSW and Samuel SYMONDS draper Sydney NSW Memorial 344/87

FAYERS, William Notcutt carpenter Norwood 1856[-1857] Memorial 100/109

FEA, Daniel storeman Adelaide 1875 Memorial 61/279

FEA, David of Adelaide 1877 Memorial 61/279

No 1

FEAR, John of Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 195 County Grey

FEAR, John farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1887 Grant Book 31 Page 203 County Grey

No 1

FEARN, James yeoman Bowden 1858 Memorial 247/311

FEARN, James formerly yeoman 1858 now shepherd Bowden 1867 Application 8486

FEARN, Thomas linked with mineral searching 'west of Beltana' 1890 Memorial 175/405

FEARON, Augustine Heard bank manager Mitcham Co Adelaide. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 68 County Carnarvon

FEAST, Jeremiah wool merchant Pt MacDonnell 1885 Memorial 47/369

FEAST, Walter Gray St, Adelaide. His wife, Emily Feast , died 19/8/1881. Estate worth £50 Memorial 13/335

No 1

FEATHERSTON, James farmer Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

FEATHERSTON, James farmer Napperby 1892[-1897] Memorial 75/415

FEATHERSTON, James farmer Warnertown 1894 Memorial 56/423

FEATHERSTON, James farmer Warnertown. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 393 County Victoria

FEATHERSTON, James farmer Napperby. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 394 County Victoria

FEATHERSTON, James farmer Hundred of Pirie 1897 Memorial 162/433

No 1

FEATHERSTONE, Benjamin gentleman Magill 1865 Memorial 50/207

FEATHERSTONE, Benjamin Esquire Norwood 1877 Memorial 167/298

FEATHERSTONE, Benjamin gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of York House, Blencarne Rd, Wandsworth Common, Surrey, England but now temporarily in Adelaide 1890 Memorial 171/406

FEATHERSTONE, John G clerk to Messrs CLARK & ROBINSON sharebrokers Adelaide 1896 Memorial 46/428

FEATHERSTONE, Michael ironmonger and storekeeper Hindley St, Adelaide1842 Memorial 291/1 At Brighton by 1844 Memorial 397/3

No 1

FEATHERSTONE, William gentleman Kapunda 1854 Memorial 172/67

FEATHERSTONE, William gentleman formerly of Kapunda but now absent therefrom 1857 Memorial 89/127

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FEATHERSTONE, William labourer formerly of Adelaide but now of the colony of Victoria 1857 Memorial 282/114

No 1

FEATHERSTONE, William Paul gentleman Adelaide (HindlStey ) 1842 Memorial 291/1

FEATHERSTONE, William Paul Esquire Brighton 1860[-1876] Memorial 272/166

FEATHERSTONE, William Paul Esquire Brighton, power of attorney to Henry GILES and James SMITH merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 7/2/1876 Deposit 235/1877

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

FEATHERSTONE, William Paul gentleman Llangollan 12 Leichardt St, Glebe Point, Sydney NSW 1901[-1916]. He died 4/7/1916 Memorials 32/442, 62/475

FEATHERSTONE, William Paul gentleman Llangollan Leichhardt St, Glebe Point, Sydney NSW, died 4/7/1916. He owned much real estate in Adelaide, along the Para River and on Yorke Peninsula in SA, also in NSW and New Zealand. His wife called Elizabeth Esther Featherstone. Daughters called Florence Mabel Featherstone and Hepzibah Coralie Featherstone. Sons called Osmond Benjamin, Stanley Victor, Arthur Edwin and Rothurst Frederick Featherstone Application 27718

FEATHERSTONHOUGH, William farmer near Williamstown 1880 Application 18107

No 1

FECHNER, Carl farmer Lyndoch Valley 1858 Memorial 126/137

FECHNER, Carl and Friedrich farmers Lyndoch Valley 1857 Memorial 341/121

No 1

FECHNER, Carl Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1857 Memorial 190/116

FECHNER, Carl Friedrich farmer [formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of] near Angaston 1860 Memorial 218/164

FECHNER, Carl Friedrich farmer Steinau near Angaston 1860[-1866] Memorial 69/170

FECHNER, Carl Friedrich farmer near Angaston 1860 Application 1667

FECHNER, CF farmer Moorooroo 1867 Memorial 27/220

FECHNER, Carl Friedrich farmer Steinau near Angaston 1881 Application 18689

FECHNER, Erwin Edgar born 16/6/1921, adopted 21/4/1922 by August Julius Wilhelm PAHL labourer Mannum and Emma Elisabeth Pahl his wife. EE Fechner formerly leading aircrafman Mannum but now Training Wing Staff GTS RAAF Allonville NSW, changed his name to EE Pahl 1949 Memorial 111/524

FECHNER, Friedrich farmer near Angaston [perhaps to be identified with Friedrich Fechner of Lyndoch Valley; or Carl Friedrich Fechner of near Angaston] 1868 Memorial 142/229

FECHNER, Johann Friedrich Ernst farmer near Angaston 1860 Memorial 69/170

FECHNER, Johann Traugott Wilhelm labourer Pt Adelaide 1895 Application 22910

No 1

FEDER, Heinrich carpenter Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 68/15

FEDER, Johann Heinrich Friedrich carpenter [formerly of Adelaide but now of the] Black Forest 1854 Memorial 316/64

FEDER, Heinrich [formerly carpenter Black Forest but now] farmer Pt Gawler 1855[-1866] Memorial 294/90

FEDER, Johann Heinrich Friedrich farmer Pt Gawler 1866[-1869] Memorial 308/209

No 1

FEDRICK, Emmanuel eatinghouse keeper Kooringa 1891 Memorial 246/410

FEDERICK, Emmanuel dairyman Kooringa, died 22/11/1907. Husband of Eliza Federick, who died 16/3/1908. Executor; Frederick John CAREY wheatbuyer Kooringa Memorial 69/459
FEEHAN, Mary widow Koolywurtie, had died by 1900. Executor – John Feehan storekeeper Adelaide (Gouger St) Grant Book 19 Page 316 County Fergusson

No 1

FEELY, Michael farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 26/106

FEELY, Michael farmer Peachey Belt 1859 Memorial 155/154

FEELY, Michael farmer Peachey Belt near Virginia 1865 Memorial 345/204

FEHSE, Christian Friedrich farmer Tanunda 1853 Memorial 413/57

FEIGE, Carl August Alfred of Eudunda 1885 Memorial 49/369

No 1

FEINAGLE, Charles Gregory gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 348/20

FEINAGLE, Charles Gregory gentleman the Great Eastern Road 1853 Memorial 138/51

FEINAGLE, Charles Gregory gentleman Melbourne Vic 1855[-1857] Memorial 487/90

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FEIST, August farmer near Clare 1874[-1878] Memorial 233/274

FEIST, August farmer Cradock 1884 Memorial 137/362

FEIST, Ern R law clerk Tanunda 1924 Memorial 53/491

No 1

FEIST, Gottfried farmer Tanunda 1855[-1858] Memorial 215/81

FEIST, Gottfried farmer Rowlands Flat 1859 Memorial 121/157

FEIST, Johann Gottfried farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1877 Application 15964

No 1

FEIST, Heinrich Friedrich engineer Pt Lincoln 1944 Memorial 116/518

FEIST, Heinrich Friedrich engineer Pt Lincoln 1946 Application 29200

FEIST, Johann and Johann Wilhelm farmers Robertstown 1891 Memorial 228/406

FEIST, Sylvester Leland Aubrey farmer Sheaoak Log 1947 Memorial 146/521

FELBERMANN, Heinrich 30 bachelor Professor of Oriental Languages 30 Victoria Road, Kensington, Middlesex (Father: Hermann Felbermann) m 9/1/1879 Emilie HAWISE 31 widow of the same address (Father: Thomas SIMMONDS) at the Kensington Registry Office. The Felbermanns gave power of attorney to Lavington GLYDE to manage certain land in SA in the Onkaparinga District. Mrs Felbermann, daughter of the late Thomas SIMMONDS Esquire Leamington Priors, Co Warwick. She had inherited the land from Littleton Hatsell POWYS, late of 30 Victoria Road, Kensington, Middlesex, who had inherited the land in turn from his own father. LH Powys died 10/8/1878 Deposits 45 & 46/1880

FELGATE, Daniel labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 360/47

No 1

FELGATE, Ebenezer of Bowden 1850 Memorial 157/26

FELGATE, Ebenezer brickmaker Bowden 1854[-1856] Memorial 43/68

FELGATE, Ebenezer brickmaker Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 179/85

FELGATE, Ebenezer timber merchant Brompton 1857 Memorial 115/120

FELGATE, Ebenezer [formerly timber merchant Brompton but now] farmer Nairne1859 Memorial 15/157

FELGATE, Ebenezer brickmaker Bowden 1859 Application 22603

FELGATE, Ebenezer formerly of Bowden 1850 but now licensed victualler Nairne 1863 Application 4346

FELGATE, Ebenezer [formerly farmer but now] licensed victualler Nairne 1863[-1864] Memorial 229/191

FELL, Leonard C clerk to AL ELDER agent 7 St Helen's Place, Bishopsgate St, London, Middlesex, England 1873 Memorials 108 & 110/264

FELLADDOCK, J/T solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 65/71

FELLENBERG, Ernst Friedrich out of business Nuriootpa 1939 Memorial 74/513

FELLENBERG, Gottlieb farmer Tanunda 1855[-1857] Memorial 287/82

FELLER, Louis Reinhard saddler Tanunda 1851[-1861] Memorial 369/28, Application 2734

FELLOWES, Charles of Kooringa 1854 Memorial 81/76

No 1 - the Younger

FELS, Francis the Younger farmer Sevenhill, Hundred of Clare 1865 Application 6051

FELS, Francis the Younger farmer Sevenhill 1866 Memorial 42/214

No 2 - the Elder

FELS, Francis [probably the Elder] tanner Torrenside 1869 Memorial 81/242

FELS, Francis [probably the Elder] tanner Hindmarsh became a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 204/249

FELS, Francis saddler Melrose 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 6 County Eyre

FELS, Francis saddler Melrose Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 576 County Frome

FELS, Francis saddler Melrose Pt Prime (Hundred of Dublin) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 27 Page 453 County Gawler

FELS, Francis saddler Melrose Percyton (later Barunga Gap Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 186 County Daly

FELS, Francis saddler Melrose Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 31 Page 197 County Grey

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN TO MELROSE

FELS, Joseph saddle and harness maker Clare 1869[-1885] Memorial 163/236

FELS, Joseph saddler Clare. Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 296 County Stanley

FELS, Joseph saddler and Paul currier both of Clare 1875 Memorial 89/299

FELS, Joseph saddler Clare Co Stanley. Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 567 County Frome

FELS, Joseph saddler Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 13 Page 75 County Dalhousie

No 1

FELS, Paul currier Clare 1875 Memorial 89/299

FELS, Paul currier Clare, about to leave the province, power of attorney to his brother Joseph FELS saddler Clare, to manage his SA business affairs 3/6/1875. On 4/7/1879, now living in Striegau, Silesia, Germany, he appointed William Edward GILES of Mintaro, his attorney Deposits 82/1877 & 72/1880

FELS, Paul formerly tanner Clare but now gentleman Striegau, Silesia, Prussia 1896. Business links with the Society of Jesus in SA Memorial 232/429

No 1

FELSCH, Wilhelmine Constantine widow Lobethal 1850[-1853] Memorial 237/26

FELSCH, Wilhelmine Costantine nee SPERLING (no description), died c1853. She left her entire estate to her foster daughter, Henriette LANGE nee GROEBLER, for life, then to Mrs Lange's children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Johann Ferdinand MÜLLER the executor Memorial 166/98

FELSTEAD, John fancywarehouseman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1891[-1894] Memorial 32/408

No 1

FELSTEAD, Thomas labourer Norwood 1853 Memorial 106/58

FELSTEAD, Thomas formerly labourer 1853 but now gardener Norwood 1877 Application 16280

FELT, Maurice Philip ladies frocks vendor Adelaide (Coral Lee Rundle Buildings, 182 Rundle St) 1947 Memorial 44/522

No 1

FELTHAM, Samuel gentleman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 392/61

FELTHAM, Samuel gentleman Adelaide, about to go abroad for some time, 3232power of attorney to Daniel BATTAMS gentleman Stepney, to manage his 32SA business affairs 1867 Application 15731

FELTHAM, Samuel formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1868 Memorial 177/233

FELTUS, Barton Balfour boundary rider Benowrie Station Out of Hundreds. Mingary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 267 County Not named

FELTUS, Harry saddler Kapunda 1928 Application 27713

No 1

FELTUS, James farmer Pine Forest 1853 Memorial 3/50

FELTUS, James [formerly farmer Pine Forest but now] storekeeper North Road [St Johns Wood near Seaforth] 1854 Memorial 115/78

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

FELTUS, James farmer Woodville 1857 Memorial 274/131

FELTUS, James farmer formerly of Woodville but now of Mt Pleasant 1870 Memorial 32/245

FELTUS, James farmer formerly of Woodville then of Mt Pleasant [near Hampstead] but now of Adelaide 1872 Memorial 195/260

FELTUS, James farmer formerly of Seaforth (Section 353 Hundred of Yatala) but now of Tarlee 1872 Memorial 104/261

FELTUS, Jane widow of the late James Feltus farmer Tarlee, died 5/3/1897, of senile decay, aged 83 Application 23625

No 1

FELTUS, Rutledge Wilson sheepfarmer near Sheringa 1895 Memorial 156/430

FELTUS, Rutledge Wilson sheepfarmer Hillside Station near Sheringa 1905 Memorial 164/452

FELTUS, Rutledge Wilson sheepfarmer Hillside Hundred of Way 1911 Memorial 75/464

FELTUS, Rutledge Wilson sheep farmer Sheringa 1912 Application 26083

FELTUS, Rutledge Wilson formerly sheepfarmer Hillside but now sheepfarmer Grantala North Shields 1928 Memorial 156/498

FELTUS, Rutledge Wilson sheep farmer formerly of Hillside Sheringa now of Grantala North Shields 1924, declared that he was born on 15/5/1864 and had lived all his life in or near Pt Lincoln Application 27319

No 1

FENDEN, Francis gentleman Brighton 1844 Memorial 175/4

FENDEN, Francis farmer Holdfast Bay 1847[-1850] Enrolment 44/23

FENDEN, Francis and John farmers Munno Para 1850 Memorial 1/27

FENDEN, Francis farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 246/38.

FENDEN, Francis gardener Ballarat Vic 1855 Linked with John Fenden farmer Ballarat Vic Memorial 452/86

FENDEN, Francis gentleman Section 46 Survey B and Sarah Fenden formerly Sarah JENKINS his wife 1857 Memorial 72/131

FENDEN, Francis winemaker Salisbury 1881 Application 18351

FENDEN, Francis farmer Salisbury, died 10/3/1892. Bequests in trust for the children of William JENKINS Memorial 186/486

No 1

FENDEN, John farmer Para Plains 1850 Memorial 418/24

FENDEN, John gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 132/87

FENDEN, John shipwright Hindmarsh 1855 Hundred of Pt Gawler Co Light land grant Memorial 465/94 Farmer Co Light 1855[-1857] Memorial 467/94

FENDEN, John farmer Light River 1857 Memorial 184/118

FENDLER, Oscar James Gillett farmer Nairne 1934 Memorial 156/507

FENN, Charles clerk to EC GWYNNE Gawler Place Adelaide 1842 Memorial 230/1 Gentleman Kensington 1846 Memorial 40/7 Clerk to Henry JOHNSON solicitor Adelaide 1847 Memorial 200/8

FENN, Charles agent Adelaide (Exchange Chambers) 1856 Memorial 339/111

FENN, Charles gentleman Haltonbrook near Kensington 1851 Memorial 93/36.

FENN, Charles Esquire Adelaide (Gresham St) 1865 Memorial 171/463

No 1

FENN, Charles Fletcher gentleman Adelaide 1870 Memorial 239/247

FENN, Charles Fletcher Esquire Adelaide 1873 Memorial 239/277

FENN, Charles Fletcher solicitor Adelaide (62 King William St) 1875 Memorial 15/286

FENN, Charles Fletcher solicitor Adelaide (Coleridge Chambers, King William St) 1891 Application 26367

FENN & HARDY of Adelaide 1907 were solicitors to the Bank of New South Wales for the firm's SA business. Floor plan for the new Bank building to be erected on Pt Town Acre 17, corner of King William St and North Tce, Adelaide Deposit 8/1907

FENN & HARDY solicitors Adelaide held the lease plans for Ruthven Mansions residential flats Pulteney St pt Town Acres 24, 39. Deposits 2/1912, 55/1923

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FENN, James B of Gresham St, Adelaide 1864[-1865] Memorial 307/194

FENN, James Bradshaw of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 70/390

No 1

FENN, Thomas G clerk to Arthur Young HARVEY of Adelaide 1873 Memorial 138/264

FENN, Thomas George agent Adelaide Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 132a County Robe

FENN, Thomas G of Adelaide 1881 Memorial 224/334

FENN, Thomas George land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Penneshaw (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 39 County Carnarvon

FENN, Thomas George land agent Adelaide 1884 Memorial 134/358

FENNELL, Denis farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 199 County Dalhousie

FENNELL, Ivan Hilary farmer Penola 1946 Application 28466

No 1

FENNELL, Patrick yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 3/15

Fennell, Patrick and Mary Fennell his wife [formerly Mary O'CALLAGHAN] in SA by 1850. Patrick Fennell was brother to Dennis Fennell, who won Lot 34 in Unley as a prize in a raffle c1850. In c1860, he gave the allotment to his sister-in-law, Mary Fennell. Soon afterwards, he left the colony and then died unmarried and without issue. Mary Fennell rented out the allotment between 1860-1875. In that year, Mary Fennell left SA and gave the land to her sister, Margaret Harvey [later Margaret ROBERTS wife of Albert Roberts]. John O'CALLAGHAN [perhaps brother to Mary Fennell?] commercial traveller Adelaide 1899 declared that he had been in SA for 38 years. He understood that Mary St, Unley, where Mary Fennell's land stood, was named after her. William Henry CAMPHYNDER labourer Islington 1899, declared that he fenced in the allotment for Mrs Harvey c1875. Johanna CROFT married woman McLaren St, Adelaide 1904, declared that Mary Fennell died c1899 Yorketown intestate, where Patrick Fennell was a farmer. Johanna Croft could not write. By 1904, all but two of Mary Fennell's children had died - two survived: Honora CASANOVA wife of John Andrew Casanova farmer Lake Bolac Vic and M DUCKFORD. Margaret Roberts formerly Margaret HARVEY wife of James Harvey, but now wife of Albert Roberts late lime burner Nailsworth 1899, now of McLaren St, Adelaide 1904, declared that she had come to live in SA in c1850 Application 24877

FENNELL, Patrick farmer Springbank [near Adelaide] 1851[-1856] Memorial 228/34

FENNELL, Patrick farmer Goodwood 1858 Memorial 124/146

FENNELL, Patrick [formerly farmer Goodwood but now] contractor Springbank [near Adelaide] 1859 Memorial 45/158

No 2

FENNELL, Patrick farmer of Troubridge and Mary Fennell his wife Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 64 County Fergusson

FENNELL, Mary of Yorketown Co Fergusson. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1888 Grant Book 13 Page 202 County Dalhousie

FENNELL, Sarah widow Penola 1891 Application 22127

FENNELL, Stephen labourer Waterloo Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 79 County Fergusson

No 1

FENNELL, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 2/15

No 2 - likely to be the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 1

FENNELL, Thomas barman McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 485/88

FENNELL, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Sir John Barleycorn Hotel, Rundle St) 1858[-1859] Memorial 287/143

FENNELL, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (John Bull Inn, Currie St) Lease purchase and sale 1862 Memorial 305/185

FENNELL, William Frederick commercial clerk Blackwood 1905 Memorial 9/454

FENNESCY, Patrick, Richard, John, Michael and Lawrence farmers Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1910[-1911] Grant Book 14 Page 142 County Daly

FENNESCY, William Patrick farmer Concordia near Gawler 1953 Memorial 59/528

FENNESCY, Michael of Yalpara 1885 Memorial 34/372

FENNESCY, Patrick of Oladdie 1903 Memorial 31/450

FENSOM, Alfred Arthur leased part of the Mt Burr Forest Reserve 1900 Memorial 72/440

No 1

FENSOM, George farmer Fifth Creek 1855 Memorial 225/90

FENSOM, George farmer Athelstone 1867 Memorial 117/225

No 2

FENSOM, George Edward farmer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 224 County Grey

FENSOM, George farmer Millicent linked with George Henry Fensom farmer Hundred of Mt Muirhead 1887 Memorial 4/387

No 1

FENSOM, George Henry farmer Mt Muirhead. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 204 County Grey

FENSOM, George Henry farmer near Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 208 County Grey

FENSOM, John gardener Second Creek 1855[-1861] Memorial 27/91

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FENSOM, William farmer Fifth Creek 1855[-1858] Memorial 226/90

FENSOM, William farmer Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 149/201

FENTON, Charles Thomas brewer Clare 1859[-1860] Memorial 258/149

FENTON, Francis labourer Adelaide Chapmanton (Hundred of Arkaba) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 33 Page 28 County Hanson

FENTON, Henry Roebuck gentleman Glenelg 1911 Memorial 123/464

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FENTON, John chemist Woodside 1865 Memorial 106/204

FENTON, John saddler Woodside 1878 Memorial 82/308

FENTON, John formerly chemist Woodside but then gentleman St Peters now deceased (Sometimes called John Fenton ROBINSON) 1924 Memorial 32/490

FENTON, John Mark saddler Woodside 1893[-1924] Memorial 75/419, Application 27248

No 1

FENTON, Michael gentleman Warrnambool Vic Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 105 County Grey

No 2

FENTON, Michael labourer Hectorville 1866 Application 7850

FENTON, Richard in SA by 1839 when he bought land in Hindmarsh. He left SA permanently during 1840, ‘to escape arrest he having been as it was thought implicated with others in stealing cattle from Messrs JH FISHER and others’. Harry WALLACE labourer used to work for him, and spoke to him briefly in Victoria years later. Neighbour William LATIN brickmaker Hindmarsh took over Lot 186 some two years later, as a site for stacking bricks from time to time, until he assigned his interest for £5 in 1853 to George SHEARING brickmaker Hindmarsh, who fenced in the allotment and used the site until his death on 21/7/1872 Application 20522

FENTON, William farmer McLaren Vale 1854 Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant Memorial 83/83

No 1

FENWICK, Andrew mason Norwood 1853 Memorial 131/49

FENWICK, Andrew carpenter Norwood 1877 Memorial 156/304

FENWICK, Edgar Thomas contractor Lameroo. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 115 County Chandos

FENWICK, Felton gardener Balhannah 1893 Application 22515

No 1 - perhaps the same person; mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FENWICK, Henry schoolmaster Balhannah 1851 Memorial 238/37

FENWICK, Henry farmer Balhannah 1860 Application 1728

FENWICK, Henry gardener Balhannah 1884 Memorial 122/356

FENWICK, Henry the Elder farmer Balhannah died 18/11/1884 intestate. Husband of Mary Fenwick, who died 7/10/1894 intestate. Children of Henry Fenwick the Elder included - Henry Fenwick the Younger, Thomas Fenwick, Edward Fenwick, Margaret DAY, Caroline HAMPTON and Felton Fenwick formerly gardener but then out of business Balhannah, who died 19/6/1943 360 Gilles St, Adelaide. Husband of Ethel Fenwick, who sold some of the Fenwick land to the Onkaparinga Timber Co Ltd of Balhannah Memorials 44/518 & 159, 160/518, 198/518

No 1

FENWICK, John Oliver ropemaker Norwood 1876 Memorial 169/293

FENWICK, John Oliver ropemaker Ridley Town and Rosina Ellen Fenwick his wife 1877[-1878] Memorial 111/300

FENWICK, John Oliver ropemaker formerly of Norwood but now of Croydon and Rosina Ellen Fenwick his wife 1877[-1884] Memorial 111/300, Application 20322

FENWICK, John Oliver ropemaker Ridleytown and Rosina Ellen Fenwick his wife 1891 Application 21997

No 1

FENWICK, Robert Henry mill engineer Adelaide and Sarah Ann Fenwick his wife 1910 Memorial 129/462

FENWICK, Robert Henry miller Pt Lincoln 1910 Application 25792

No 1

FENWICK, Thomas mason Adelaide 1849  Memorial 77/18

FENWICK, Thomas and Andrew masons Norwood 1853 Memorial 131/49

No 1

FENWICK, Thomas Enright stonemason Adelaide 1851 Memorial 445/30.

FENWICK, Thomas Enright formerly stone mason 1851 later dairyman Adelaide, but now of parts beyond the seas 1874 Application 13949

No 1

FERBER, Franz August Conrad Julius of Pt Lincoln Hundred of Warrow land grant 1877 Grant Book 21 Page 153 County Flinders

FERBER, Franz August Conrad Julius labourer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Warrow land grant 1879 Grant Book 21 Page 155 County Flinders

FERBER, Julius licensed victualler Warrow Coulta township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 179 Page 229 County Flinders

FERBER, Franz August Conrad Julius leased land near Coulta township Hundred of Warrow Co Flinders 1888 Memorial 134/190

FERBRACHE, Adolphus James baker Adelaide 1857 Memorial 221/119

FERBRACHE, H Salmon clerk to MHC PALMER of Kapunda 1866 Memorial 135/225

FERGUSON, AD director of Ferguson & CHAFFEY Ltd of Benalan Vineyards, McLaren Vale 1948 Memorial 176/522

FERGUSON, Alice marrried woman Milang, died c1893. A beneficiary under the will of the late John CLARKE farmer Wattle Hills near Yankalilla, who died 28/11/1890 Memorial 127/434 & RPA Search 1239

No 1

FERGUSON, Albert farmer Clanfield trustee Clanfield Hall 1922 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

FERGUSON, Albert farmer Clanfield. Hundred of Bews land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 14 County Chandos

No 1

FERGUSON, Andrew labourer Norwood 1868[-1883] Memorial 101/230

FERGUSON, Andrew contractor North Kensington 1896 Application 23093

No 2

FERGUSON, Andrew of Crystal Brook 1890 Memorial 96/403

FERGUSON, Andrew auctioneer Crystal Brook 1909 Application 25636

FERGUSON, Arthur HJ of Malcolm St, Millswood and Effie May Ferguson his wife 1931 Application 27835

No 1

FERGUSON, Charles farmer Stockport 1868[-1871] Memorial 178/232

FERGUSON, Christiana widow Semaphore 1904 Memorial 65/452

No 1

FERGUSON, Daniel farmer Section 271 Survey B [Glen Osmond] 1846 Memorial 45/7

FERGUSON, Daniel farmer Glen Osmond 1850 Memorial 365/22 Farmer Glenunga late 1850[-1854] Memorial 67/30

Hellen Ferguson his wife 1853 Memorial 77/50

FERGUSON, Daniel farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Glenunga and Hellen Ferguson his wife 1848 Memorial 127/106

FERGUSON, Daniel gentleman Glenunga, died in 1864. He left his household effects and £10 to his unnamed wife; also £50 to his son, Charles Ferguson. The real estate and the rest of the personal estate to be converted into money and go into trust for the interest to maintain the wife for life or until her remarriage and his children until they turned 21. When the wife ceased all claim upon the estate, the proceeds to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children except for his son, James Ferguson Memorial 103/196

FERGUSON, Daniel farmer Glenunga near Glen Osmond died c1865. His family included Elizabeth MURDOCH widow Glenunga, Janet Ferguson spinster Glenunga, Alexander Ferguson farmer Glenunga, Gilbert Ferguson farmer Mysia Vic, and Mary GOLDSACK wife of Mark Goldsack gentleman Glen Osmond by 1886 Application 21084

FERGUSON, Daniel family of Glen Osmond by 1886. Both parents apparently had died. Children - Elizabeth MURDOCH widow Glenunga, Janet Ferguson spinster Glenunga, Alexander Ferguson farmer Glenunga, Margaret UMPHERSTON wife of James Umpherston gentleman Mt Gambier, Gilbert Ferguson farmer Mysia Vic and Mary GOLDSACK wife of Mark Goldsack gentleman Glen Osmond, power of attorney to Mark Goldsack to manage their SA business 23/9/1886 Memorial 103/378, Deposit 160/1886

No 2

FERGUSON, Daniel farmer Gawler River [appears to be Daniel Ferguson of Glen Osmond] 1851 Memorial 73/29

No 3

FERGUSON, Daniel storeman Adelaide 1895 Memorial 133/424

No 1

FERGUSON, David labourer Alberton 1842[-1852] Memorial 54/434

FERGUSON, David labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1854 Memorial 426/74

FERGUSON, David storeman Pt Adelaide, died 1864. He left his entire estate to his wife , Ellen Ferguson, absolutely Memorial 316/197

FERGUSON, David full age mariner Pt Adelaide married Ellen HORNE under age Pt Adelaide on 20/9/1842 Holy Trinity Adelaide (Minister James FARRELL) Witnesses Charles TURNACOCK and Anne HORNE. David Ferguson mariner Pt Adelaide died 21/6/1863 consumption, aged 45 years. 3939His widow, Ellen FERGUSON 38 The Port (Father James HORN) married Henry BROWN 45 mariner The Port (Father: Thomas Brown) on 26/1/1865 3939Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide (Minister James Farrell) Witnesses Robert 3939NICHOLS labourer The Port and Mary Nichols The Port. In his will, David 3939Ferguson was described as a storeman. He left his whole estate to his 3939wife, Ellen Ferguson. After their marriage, Ellen and Henry Brown farmed at Belalie 1875 Application 14052

FERGUSON, Ellen widow Pt Adelaide relict of the late David Ferguson labourer Alberton 1865 Application 6313

No 2

FERGUSON, David farmer Hundred of Way 1885 Memorial 174/368

FERGUSON, David Thomas and William Ferguson farmers Hundred of Dalkey 1882 Memorial 78/337

FERGUSON, Donald farmer Murray River 1849[-1853] Memorial 453/18

FERGUSON, Duncan overseer Waukaringa Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 4 County Lytton

No 1

FERGUSON, George river trader Adelaide Co Adelaide. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 216 County Sturt

FERGUSON, George agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1886 Grant Book 36 Page 84 County Hindmarsh

No 2

FERGUSON, George carter Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 187 County Victoria

FERGUSON, George farmer near Jamestown. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 194 County Victoria

FERGUSON, George Lewis farmer Peterborough 1932[-1934] Grant Book 13 Page 423 County Dalhousie

FERGUSON, Helen widow Crystal Brook[Mrs Charles Cliff Ferguson]. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 394 County Victoria

FERGUSON, HF of Happy Valley 1861 Memorial 144/177

No 1

FERGUSON, Hugh surgeon Mt Pleasant 1869 Memorial 119/238

FERGUSON, Hugh physician and surgeon Glenelg 1877 Memorial 29/301

FERGUSON, Hugh Rankin farmer Maitland 1885 Memorial 215/370

FERGUSON, Jack bootmaker 5 Chief St, Brompton 1948 Memorial 70/523

No 1

FERGUSON, James customs officer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 14/61

FERGUSON, James Clerk in the Government Service Pt Adelaide 1910 Application 26200

No 2

FERGUSON, James traveller Gawler 1856 Memorial 467/97

FERGUSON, James storekeeper Gawler 1868 Memorial 165/231

FERGUSON, James formerly traveller 1856 but now storekeeper Gawler 1868 Application 9498

FERGUSON, James storekeeper formerly of Gawler but now of Melbourne Vic 1892 Memorial 243/415

No 3

FERGUSON, James farmer Mallala. Hundred of Grace land grant 1877 Grant Book 27 Page 43 County Gawler

FERGUSON, James Angus grazier Peterborough. Dawlish (Hundred of Erskine) township allotment land grant 1951 Grant Book 13 Page 457 County Dalhousie

No 1

FERGUSON, James Crocker gentleman Kilkenny 1859 Application 501

FERGUSON, James Crocker of HM Customs Kilkenny 1865 Application 6863

FERGUSON, JC land surveyor HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15432

FERGUSON, JC chemist Mt Barker 1877 Memorial 235/299

No 1

FERGUSON, John farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 116 County Victoria

FERGUSON, John farm labourer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 121 County Victoria

No 2

FERGUSON, John overseer Wirrabara. Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 501 County Frome

FERGUSON, John Paton farner Weetulta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 278 County Daly

FERGUSON, John William Drummond commercial traveller Mabe St, North Brighton Vic a son of the late Joseph Ferguson formerly of Wakefield St, Adelaide now deceased and his wife Jane Murray Ferguson (He died 6/7/1887 and she died 16/6/1891). Husband of Frances Annie Ferguson 1898 Memorial 64/436

No 1

FERGUSON, Joseph printer Adelaide (Rundle Place) 1855[-1857] Memorial 198/89

FERGUSON, Joseph printer Adelaide Ardrossan township allotment land grant 1874[-1875] Grant Book 19 Page 449 County Fergusson

FERGUSON, Joseph printer Adelaide 1875 Memorial 36/281

FERGUSON, Joseph printer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 13 Page 10 County Dalhousie

FERGUSON, Joseph of Wakefield St, Adelaide, died 6/7/1887. His widow, Jane Murray Ferguson, died 16/6/1891. Probably parents of John William Ferguson gentleman Brighton Vic 1907 Memorial 82/458

FERGUSON, Joseph gentleman Wakefield St, Adelaide, died 6/7/1887. His widow, Jane Murray Ferguson, died 16/6/1891. Linked with Frank Drummond Ferguson mercantile clerk Brighton Beach Vic and Gladys Murray Ferguson spinster Brighton Beach Vic 1916 Memorial 198/474

FERGUSON, Jane Murray widow Adelaide [Mrs Joseph Ferguson nee JM DRUMMOND] Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 267 County Daly

No 1

FERGUSON, Peter sheep farmer and stockholder Crystal Brook in the Northern District 1852[-1854] Memorials 287/45 367/55

FERGUSON, Peter gentleman Floraville [near Gawler] 1859[-1862] Memorial 273/152

FERGUSON, Peter formerly stockholder Mt Hamilton but now out of business Kensington became a bankrupt 1867 Memorial 156/221

FERGUSON, Peter gentleman formerly of Floraville [near Gawler] but now of Kensington 1868 Memorial 248/233

FERGUSON, Robert carpenter Glen Osmond 1861 Application 2235

No 1

FERGUSON, Robert Bruce accountant Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 214/441

FERGUSON, Robert Bruce accountant Hounslow Ave, New Mile End, died 17/10/1918, of aortic and mitral regurgitation and cardiac failure, aged 64 years. Born in Scotland, in SA for 32 years. Married aged 41. 1 son alive and 1 daughter deceased Application 28193

FERGUSON, Ronald prospector Arltunga 1902 Memorial 16/448

No 1

FERGUSON, William farmer section 251 Roseville near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 128/6

FERGUSON, William farmer formerly of Magill now of Rose Farm near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 411/17

FERGUSON, William farmer Mitcham Road near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 205/62

FERGUSON, William gentleman Rosefield Farm Adelaide 1856 Memorial 310/100

FERGUSON, William farmer Rose Farm near Adelaide 1887 Memorial 191/386

FERGUSON, William farmer Myrtle Bank 1868 Memorial 17/235

FERGUSON, William farmer Glen Osmond, died 3/12/1892. Estate worth £5,900. Executor: William Andrew Ferguson station manager Moolooloo Memorial 57/416

FERGUSON, William gentleman Glen Osmond, died 3/12/1892, of senile decay, enteritis and atheroma, aged 82 Application 26559

No 2

FERGUSON, William publican Wellington on the Murray 1906 Memorial 192/455

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FERGUSSON, Alexander [the Elder] livery stable keeper Adelaide 1865 Memorial 52/207

FERGUSSON, Alexander farmer and livery stable keeper Monreith Farm near Adelaide and Grenfell St, Adelaide, died 5/8/1869. His real estate tied up in complicated trusts to benefit his wife, Margaret Fergusson, and his children, James and Agnes Fergusson. Other children in the family but not named Memorial 221/242

FERGUSSON, Alexander [the Elder] died date not given. By 1881, his widow, Margaret Fergusson, still lived at Monreith Farm Section 274 Survey B. Their children included; Agnes Walker COTTON widow Monreith Farm, Andrew Fergusson agent Crystal Brook, Jane Miller Fergusson spinster Monreith Farm, Margaret Fergusson spinster Monreith Farm, Peter Fergusson clerk Monreith Farm, Sarah Fergusson spinster Monreith Farm, Emily Fergusson spinster Monreith Farm, Alexander Fergusson farmer Monreith Farm 1881 Memorial 122/334

FERGUSSON, Alexander farmer Monreith Farm Section 274 Survey B and livery stable keeper Grenfell St, Adelaide, died 5/8/1869. His widow, Margaret Fergusson, died 14/11/1914, of pneumonia and 2 weeks' pleurisy, aged 88. Born Dumfries, Scotland. In SA 76 years. Married at 18 years. 5 sons and 6 daughters living; 1 son deceased Application 26565

FERGUSSON, Margaret widow Monreith Farm near Adelaide 1883 Application 19871

No 1

FERGUSSON, Andrew agent Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 360 County Daly

FERGUSSON, Andrew auctioneer Crystal Brook 1885[-1888] Memorial 207/368

FERGUSSON, Andrew agent Crystal Brook 1894 Memorial 54/423

No 2

FERGUSSON, Andrew farmer Marrabel 1905 Memorial 190/452

FERGUSSON, Andrew farmer Marrabel 1906 Application 25110

No 1

FERGUSSON, Charles stockkeeper Gumeracha 1848 Memorial 347/10

FERGUSSON, Charles of Gumeracha, died 30/5/1850 intestate leaving his eldest son and heir at law Alexander Fergusson surviving him. By 1872, Alexander Fergusson printer Gawler linked with James Fergusson wheelwright Gawler Memorial 233/257

FERGUSSON, Charles stockkeeper Gumeracha, died 28/5/1850 near Mt Barker intestate. His eldest son and heir at law was Alexander FERGUSSON printer Gawler, who was born 14/12/1847. Mrs Charles Fergusson, nee Jessie ? , remarried to William BROWN labourer Gawler Application 9804

FERGUSSON, Charles later farmer Gumeracha, married 20/1/1847 Adelaide to Jessie nee ?. He died 28/5/1850 intestate. His eldest son, Charles Fergusson compositor Adelaide 1874, inherited his estate as heir at law. Mrs Charles Fegusson had remarried to a William BROWN of Gawler by 1874 and lived at Gawler. Her second husband had also died by 1874. Likely that James Fergusson wheelwright Gawler 1874 also belonged to this family. Application 13573

No 1

FERGUSSON, David and James Crocker Fergusson gentlemen Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 373/32

FERGUSSON, David mariner Pt Adelaide, died 21/6/1863 of consumption, aged 45. His widow, Ellen Fergusson 38, nee HORN/HORNE (Father James Horn), remarried 26/1/1865 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide to Henry Brown 45 mariner, by 1875 a farmer at Belalie Application 14052

No 1

FERGUSSON, James Esquire Langham Place, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Thomas Joseph Shuldham O’HALLORAN Esquire Lizard Lodge O’Halloran Hill, to manage his SA estates 2/11/1870 Deposit 212/1870

No 2

FERGUSSON, James liveryman Adelaide and William Fergusson miller Pt Wakefield linked with the late Alexander Fergusson formerly farmer Monreith Farm now deceased. Andrew Fergusson gentleman Monreith Farm the eldest son and heir at law of the late Alexander Fergusson 1869 Memorial 195/244

No 3

FERGUSSON, James wheelwright Gladstone 1879[-1883] Memorial 93/319, Application 18034

No 4

FERGUSSON, John mason North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1875 Application 14084

No 5

FERGUSSON, James machinist Gawler 1904 Application 24809

FERGUSSON, John Adam major in HM Rifle Brigade Adelaide 1884 Memorial 174/356

No 1

FERGUSSON, Keith Alexander deputy director of Department of Defence Production 11 Sturt Ave, Toorak Gardens 1957 Memorial 98/531

FERGUSSON, Keith Alexander Department of Defence ProductionDeputy Director 11 Sturt Ave, Toorak Gardens Trustee Australian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers (Employees) Adelaide District 1957 Application 29246

No 1

FERGUSSON, Peter farmer Tusmore 1865 Memorial 87/203

FERGUSSON, Peter clerk Monreith Farm Tusmore 1881 Memorial 122/334

No 2

FERGUSSON, Peter farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1871 Memorial 8/253

No 3

FERGUSSON, Peter agent Glenelg 1902 Memorial 211/446

FERGUSSON, Thomas butcher Parachilna. Parachilna (Hundred of Nilpena) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 59 Page 27 County Taunton

No 1

FERGUSSON, William farmer Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 467/60

FERGUSSON, William corn miller Yankalilla 1857[-1866] Memorial 144/125, Application 7698

FERGUSSON, William miller Pt Wakefied Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1867 Grant Book 27 Page 148 County Gawler

FERGUSSON, William miller Pt Wakefield 1867[-1877] Memorial 195/224

FERGUSSON, William corn factor Pt Wakefield 1869 Memorial 36/242

FERGUSSON, William formerly corn miller Yankalilla but now wheat buyer Pt Wakefield 1873 Memorial 102/266

FERGUSSON, William and Samuel REEVES millers Pt Wakefield, declared bankrupts on 14/4/1877. Public auction on 2/11/1877 where John Brodie Spence bought their assets for £960 Memorial 128/305

FERGUSSON, William farmer Hundred of Dalkey trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 225 County Gawler

No 2

FERGUSSON, William labourer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 149 County Victoria

No 3

FERGUSSON, William farmer Furner Furner West (Hundred of Kennion) allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 338 County Grey

FERGUSSON, William Westfield gentleman Adelaide 1873 Application 13080

No 1

FERK, Hans Heinrich of Rundle St, Adelaide leased premises from Thomas BAKER builder Rundle St 1855 Memorial 354/84

FERK, Hans Heinrich restauranteur Adelaide 1856 Memorial 249/100

FERK, Hans Heinrich coffee house keeper Adelaide 16/1/1856 He bought for £2,300, the Woodside Inn, standing on the corner of 'the main road from Adelaide to Mt Torrens and … the road from Woodside to Nairne' from James JOHNSTON brewer Woodside Memorial 40/99

FERK, Hans Heinrich Woodside Lutheran Church trustee 1866 Application 7713

FERME, George farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1887 Memorial 210/383

No 1

FERME, John farmer Gawler River Hundred of Pt Gawler 1856[-1862] Memorial 250/109

FERME, John farmer near Virginia 1864 Application 4956

FERME, John farmer Virginia 1875 Memorial 230/283

FERME, John farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 362 County Daly

FERME, John farmer Collinsfield 1876[-1880] Memorial 102/292

FERME, John farmer formerly of Gawler River but now of Collinsfield 1883 Memorial 237/348

FERME, John Andrew farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1927[-1937] Grant Book 12 Page 127 County Chandos

FERME, William labourer Pt Pirie 1879 Memorial 195/324

FERNEE, Henry farmer The Springs trustee School Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 58 County Grey

FERNEE, Joshua licensed victualler Echunga 1883 Memorial 114/348

No 1

FERNELEY, William Reynolds draper Adelaide (on the corner of Gawler Place and Rundle St in premises - shop, dwelling house and cellar- leased from William Bakewell who had recently built four shops on the site) 1859 Memorial 296/151

FERNELEY, William Reynolds of Adelaide. Trustee St Paul's Pulteney St Adelaide 1888 Memorial 43/389

FERNEYHOUGH, Robert hotel proprietor The Lake Hotel Milang 1882 Memorial 85/343

No 1 - probably the same person

FERORS, John dealer in colonial wines Swanport 1873 Application 12870

FERORS, Charles licensed victualler Springs Hotel, Rhynie 1875 Memorial 41/282

FERORS, Charles Conway out of business Adelaide 1876 Memorial 88/294

FERORS, Charles Conway publican Adelaide (Norfolk Arms Rundle St) 1879 Memorial 192/318

No 1 - possibly the same person

FERORS, John of MAY's station Murray River 1866 Memorial 137/211

FERORS, John of Murray Bridge 1888 Memorial 167/389

FERORS, John labourer Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 373 County Sturt

No 1 - John Harry Needham Ferrers

FERRERS, Harry Needham commonly called Henry Ferrers builder Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 458/92

FERRERS, Henry builder Pt Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 99/28

FERRERS, John Harry Needham married Mary nee ? on 6/10/1842 Holy Trinity 4545North Tce Adelaide. JHN Ferrers innkeeper Pt Adelaide, died c1858 intestate. The only child of the marriage, Sarah Needham Ferrers, 4545inherited her father's estate as heiress at law. On 19/11/1861 Wesleyan 4545Manse, Gawler Place, Adelaide, Sarah Nedam Ferrers 18 Pt Adelaide 4545married Joseph CREER 32 pilot Pt Adelaide (Father: Edward Creer) 4545Witnesses: James TURNER mariner Pt Adelaide and Mary Ferrers Pt 4545Adelaide. By 1878, Joseph Creer was a master mariner Watson Bay Sydney 45NSW, and his wife and mother-in-law lived with him Application 17129

FERRERS, John Henry Needham licensed victualler Pt Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1856 Grant Book 1 Page 75 County Adelaide

FERRERS, John Harry Needham farmer and licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula, died 16/12/1858, of effusion of the brain, aged 46 Application 25903

FERRES, Henry labourer Brompton 1866 Application 7895

FERRES, Henry Charles farmer Owen 1888 Application 21428

FERRETT, Charles Henry farmer Towitta Murray Flats linked with John Ferrett wheelwright Spalding 1881 Memorial 35/335

No 1

FERRETT, John sheep farmer North Rhine 1853 Memorial 114/59

FERRETT, John farmer near Angaston 1855[-1856] Memorial 78/94

FERRETT, Ann widow Newnham Park near Angaston 1861 Memorial 110/176

FERRETT, Ann widow Angaston 1861[-1862] Grant Book 17 Page 28 County Eyre

FERRETT, John married Ann DENNIS 18/8/1845 Gawler Place

Methodist Chapel Adelaide. Eldest son William Ferrett born 7/8/1848 Flaxman Valley, where John Ferrett was a sheep farmer. John Ferrett sheep farmer near Angaston died 6/11/1860 intestate, of an accident, aged 50. His son inherited as heir at law. Widow Ann Ferrett had remarried to Henry BARTLETT of near Adelaide, by 1870. William Ferrett farmer near Angaston by 1870 Sections 341, 343 Hundred of Moorooroo Application 10729

FERRETT, John 35 farmer m 18/8/1845 Gawler Place Wesleyan Chapel, Adelaide, Ann DENNIS 20 farm servant (Rev’d William Longbottom). The family went to live at Angaston. Eldest child Henry Ferrett, born June 1847, died two months old, buried at Angaston. Next child, William Ferrett, born 7/8/1848 Angaston, ‘eldest survivng child and heir at law of John Ferrett. 7 children born to the marriage altogether. The Ferretts lived at Flaxman Valley, where John Ferrett was a sheep farmer. A T Coles Council messenger North Tce, Adelaide, informed the birth. John Ferrett died 6/11/1860 North Rhine, intestate, of an accident, aged 50 Deposit 87/1870

FERRETT, Ann widow Newnham Park near Angaston about to marry Harry BARTLEET farmer Hindmarsh 1864 Memorial 183/194

No 2

FERRETT, John wheelwright Blinman and FERRETT, Charles Henry farmer Murray Flats 1882 Application 19081

FERRETT, Mary Dennis spinster Adelaide 1873 Memorial 216/264

FERRETT, Michael cab driver Adelaide (Currie St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 41/55

FERRETT, William gentleman Newnham Park near Angaston 1869 Memorial 17/243

FERREY, Henry builder Pt Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 455/11

No 1

FERRIER, George [formerly] farmer Bowden [before 1853] Memorial 437/64 [Now] Labourer Brompton 1854 Memorial 500/64

FERRIER, George labourer Brompton 1853 Memorial 81/61

FERRIER, George storekeeper Marrabel on the Dirty Light linked with Peter Ferrier licensed victualler Riverton 1864 Memorial 255/193, Application 5483

FERRIER, George storekeeper Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1865[-1869] Memorial 302/207

FERRIER, George storekeeper Saddleworth 1870 Memorial 145/250

FERRIER, George of Riverton 1880 Memorial 156/328

FERRIER, James wheelwright Saddleworth 1900 Memorial 174/441

No 1

FERRIER, Peter licensed victualler Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 160/159

FERRIER, Peter licensed victualler [formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of] Riverton 1860[-1869] Memorials 105/162 & 255/193

FERRIER, Peter publican Riverton trustee Public Cemetery Riverton Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1864 Grant Book 44 Page 51 County Light

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FERRIER, Peter of the Hundred of Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1872 Grant Book 8 Page 92 County Burra. Storekeeper Hallett. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 8 Page 280 County Burra

FERRIER, Peter merchant Hallett 1873 Memorial 225/266

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

FERRIER, Peter farmer Encounter Bay 1875 Memorial 222/281

FERRIER, Peter farmer Pt Victor Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1875 Grant Book 36 Page 138 County Hindmarsh

FERRIER, Peter stockholder Encounter Bay 1879 Memorial 144/321

FERRIER, Peter grazier Encounter Bay Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1887[-1888] Grant Book 36 Page 85 County Hindmarsh

FERRIER, Peter farmer Encounter Bay 1892[-1893] Memorial 221/412

FERRIER, Peter farmer Encounter Bay Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1894 Grant Book 36 Page 92 County Hindmarsh

No 1

FERRIES, James carpenter Adelaide 1856 Memorial 290/193

FERRIES, James farmer Red Creek Chauncey's Line 1864 Application 4945

FERRIES, Helen widow Red Creek Bridge 1875, relict of the late James Ferries the Elder formerly carpenter Adelaide 1856 and mother of James Ferries the Younger Application 14618

FERRIS, Courtney of Noarlunga, aged 62 in 1936, declared that he had lived in Noarlunga for 60 years Application 27979

FERRIS, Jane widow Brompton 1871 Memorial 211/251

No 1

FERRIS, John stone mason St Marys 1853 Memorial 285/52

FERRIS, John mason South Road St Marys, died 11/3/1872. He left almost his entire estate equally between his son, Thomas Ferris shoemaker St Marys and his daughter, Mary Jane STRATFORD wife of George Stratford labourer South Road, St Marys. 'Large sofa, large looking glass and arm chair' to his granddaughter, Mary Jane Stratford Memorials 84 & 159/261

No 2

FERRIS, John shepherd in Mr May's employ The Murray 1863 Application 4634

No 3 - same person or the Elder and the Younger??

FERRIS, John saddler McLaren Vale 1910[-1913] Memorial 191/463

FERRIS, John vigneron McLaren Vale. McLaren Vale Public Hall Association trustee 1913 Memorial 128/468

FERRIS, John out of business McLaren Vale, aged 78 years old in 1942, declared he had lived in the area for 57 years Application 28327

FERRIS, Lionel Courtney garage proprietor Noarlunga, aged 49 in 1958 Application 29348

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

FERRIS, Richard labourer Noarlunga 1881 Application 18484.

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

FERRIS, Richard of Noarlunga 1940 Application 28191.

FERRIS, Richard out of business Noarlunga 1947, declared that he was born on 4/7/1873, and had lived in Noarlunga from 1880, except for occasional short periods of 1-2 years Application 28555

FERRIS, Thomas shoemaker South Road near Adelaide 1872 Memorial 159/261

No 1

FERRY, David farmer Point McLeay Hundred of Bonney land grant 1879 Grant Book 53 Page 115 County Russell

FERRY, David farmer Lake Albert Hundred of Baker land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 10 County Russell

FERRY, Frederick Henry retired civil servant Rose St, Mile End 1936 Memorial 198/509

FERRY, John farmer Gladstone. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 297 County Victoria

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FERRY, John Mattinson surveyor Woodside 1854[-1861] Memorial 60/74

FERRY, John Mattinson the Elder and John the Younger surveyors Woodside 1857 Memorial 67/128

FERRY, John Mattinson surveyor and schoolmaster Lobethal 1858 Memorial 254/140

FERRY, John M teacher Meningie 1869 Memorial 42/237

FERRY, John M of Meningie 1879 Memorial 21/313

FERRY, John the Younger surveyor Woodside 1858[-1865] Memorial 59/145

FERRY, John the Younger teacher Morphett Vale 1865 Memorial 215/207

FERRY, John auctioneer Adelaide 1879 Memorial 214/318

FERRY, Michael coachdriver Adelaide 1868 Memorial 184/228

FERRY, Neville Arnold commission agent 52 Cook St, Pt Lincoln 1971, declared that he had been born on 10/8/1909 and lived in Pt Lincoln all his life Application 29799

FERRY, S of Meningie 1893 Memorial 233/417

No 1

FERRY, Seth of Woodside 1866 Memorial 58/213

FERRY, Seth and Robert Trivess MOORE auctioneers Adelaide trading as Ferry, Moore & Wilkinson 1882 Memorial 117/343

FERRY, Seth auctioneer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1883 Memorial 22/347

FERRY, Seth, Robert Trevess MOORE and Gustav August WALLMANN auctioneers Adelaide trading as Ferry, Moore and Wallmann 1883 Memorials 122/350, 178/351

FERRY, Seth and MOORE, Robert Trivess auctioneers Adelaide (Pirie St) 1883 Application 19807

FERRY, Seth auctioneer Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1886 Memorial 217/375

FERRY, Thomas labourer Willunga 1844 Memorial 109/4

FESCHER, Ernst gunsmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 60/61

No 1

FESENMEYER, Arthur Augustus land agent Adelaide Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 24 County Fergusson

FESENMEYER, Arthur Augustus land agent Adelaide Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 97 County Kimberley

No 1

FESENMEYER, George Alphonse clerk HM Civil Service Parkside Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 301 County Light

FESENMEYER, George Alphonso gentleman Adelaide 1867[-1874] Memorial 149/225

FESENMEYER, George Alphonso gentleman Parkside 1869 Memorial 4/242

FESENMEYER, George Alphonso of HM Civil Service Adelaide 1872 Application 12374

FESENMEYER, George Alphonso civil servant Adelaide 1875 Memorial 93/283

FESSEY, Frederick mason Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 7 County Blachford

FETHERSTONHAUGH, Montague Esquire Adelaide 1849 Memorial 56/19

FETHERSTONHAUGH, Richard farmer Hundred of Woolyana Co Blachford linked with Patrick Fetherstonhaugh no description 1886 Memorial 169/379

No 1

FETHERSTONHAUGH, William Esquire Dry Creek near Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 252/66

FETHERSTONHAUGH, William gentleman Barossa Ranges 1854 Memorial 384/74

FETHERSTONHAUGH, William gentleman formerly of Pt Gawler but now of the Hundred of Barossa 1857 Memorial 158/122

FETHERSTONHAUGH, William Esquire Adelaide 1855 Linked with the Rev'd John Fetherstonhaugh of Griffinstown House, Co Westmeath, Ireland and Edward Fetherstonaugh solicitor 20 Clare St, Dublin, Ireland Memorial 38/97

FETHERSTONHAUGH, William Esquire Hundred of Para Wirra linked with the Rev'd John Fetherstonhaugh clerk in holy orders Griffins Town House, Co Westmeath, Ireland, 1860 Memorial 313/162

FETHERSTONHAUGH (Sometimes known as FETHERSTON), William Esquire formerly of Griffins Town House, Co Westmeath, Ireland, but now of the Hundred of Barossa. Son of the Rev'd John Fetherstonhaugh clerk in Holy Orders Griffins Town House, Co Westmeath, Ireland 1864. Robert Fetherstonhaugh, who lived at Griffiths Town House with his father, John Fetherstonhaugh, was the eldest son Memorials 84/221, 120/291

FETHERSTONHAUGH, William farmer Barossa Co Adelaide. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 458 County Daly

No 1

FETTELL, William Robert an infant and only child of the late William Fettell formerly yeoman Adelaide deceased 1841 Memorial 268/148

FETTELL, William Robert labourer near Tam O'Shanter Belt 1863 Memorial 249/188

No 1

FETTKE, Wilhelm farmer near Eudunda 1882 Memorial 27/407

FETTKE, Wilhelm farmer Point Pass 1886 Memorial 160/379

FETTKE, Wilhelm farmer near Light Pass Hundred of English land grant 1893 Grant Book 17 Page 173 County Eyre

No 1

FEUERHARDT, Christoph Friedrich farmer Neals Flat 1882[-1890] Memorial 164/342

No 2

FEUERHERDT, Christoph Friedrich out of business Highgate and Benjamin Heinrich Adolph Feuerherdt out of business Gordon NSW 1923, bought Richmond Park, Section 202 Hundred of Bray Co Robe Application 27159

No 1

FEUERHARDT, Friedrich Andreas livery stable keeper Adelaide, power of attorney to his wife, Henrietta Feuerhardt, to manage his SA business affairs 27/2/1882 Deposit 55/1882

FEUERHERDT, Friedrich Andreas formerly livery stable keeper Adelaide, and Henriette Feuerherdt his wife 1884 Application 20186

FEUERHERDT, Friedrich of Glen Osmond 1883 Application 20002

FEUERHERDT, Friedrich Andreas formerly livery stable keeper Adelaide but now of Crower Station near Lucindale, and Henriette Feuerherdt his wife 1891[-1908] Memorial 149/408

FEUERHERDT, Henriette of Crower 1889[-1909] Memorial 190/395

FEUERHERDT, Henriette widow formerly of Crower but then of 118 Kent Tce, Norwood, died 30/10/1919. Mother of Wilhelm August Feuerherdt of Cookstown Lakes Biggenden Qld; Martha Marie ROBERTSON; Christoph Friedrich Feuerherdt and Benjamin Heinrich Adolph Feuerherdt Memorial 146/481

FEUTRILL, Samuel formerly wheelwright Adelaide but now publican Launceston VDL 1851 Memorial 269/37.

FEUTRILL, Thomas Theophilus labourer Tea Tree Gully 1882 Memorial 151/345, Application 19530

FEWINGS, Arthur William blacksmith Findon 1908 Application 25506

FEWSON, Thomas master mariner Adelaide 1855 Memorial 34/80

No 1

FEWSTER, John labourer Stirling East Mt Barker Road and Elizabeth Fewster his wife, daughter of Stephen GOULD yeoman Stirling East Mt Barker Road 1866 Memorial 19/218

FEWSTER, John labourer Stirling East Mt Barker Road 1902 Memorial 234/444

FEWSTER, John out of business Adelaide 1913. His wife, Elizabeth Fewster, had died 15/7/1892 intestate. Their children included Walter Fewster, Edith Ethel May SPINKSTON, Edwin Horwood Fewster, Florence May RICHARDSON, John Harrold Fewster and Elsie Olive Fewster Application 26204

No 1

FEWSTER, William harness maker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 409/20 Harness maker Bowden mid 1850 Memorial 487/22

FEWSTER, William saddler Bowden 1855 Memorial 209/84

FEWSTER, William harness maker Bowden 1861 Application 2736

FEWSTER, William carter Salisbury 1875 Memorial 224/279

FEWSTER, W clerk Adelaide 1885 Memorial 163/368

FEYNSON, William farmer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1839 Memorial 386/15

FFYFE, Archibald Wilson publican Adelaide married Martha MARSDEN widow of Samuel Marsden publican Albert Hotel Alberton on 3/10/1854 Rev’d Robert HAINING. The Fyffes moved to Vic, where AW Fyffe engineer no address died 8/12/1863 Melbourne Hospital, of softening of the brain, aged 38. Born Dundee, Scotland, parents James Fyffe tailor and Ann nee WILSON. He had been 7.5 years in Adelaide, and 3.5 years in Vic. Two dead children and Clara Beaatrice Ann Fyffe still living, aged 3 years. His widow, Martha Fyffe, remarried 14/8/1866 Williamstown Presbyterian Manse, to Alexander MCLACHLAN 36 widower mariner Williamstown, born Kilfinnin, Co Argyle, Scotland, son of Archibald McLachlan farmer and Janet BAXTER. His first wife had died 31/8/1861. Martha Fyffe’s parents were John EMERY cement manufacturer Kentish Town, Middlesex, England, and Hepzibah nee GREGORY. She was 38 at the time of her 3d marriage. Application 10662

No 1

FICHTEN, Johann Christian farmer near Sheaoak Log 1854[-1856] Memorial 295/69

FICHTEN, J Christian of Blumberg 1856 Memorial 7/103

No 1

FICHTNER, Carl August now of Kilkerran 1881 Memorial 92/332

FICHTNER, Carl August farmer near Maitland Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 170 County Fergusson

FICHTNER, Carl August farmer South Kilkerran 1897 Memorial 77/433

FICHTNER, Carl August farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1898 Grant Book 19 Page 173 County Fergusson

FICHTNER, Carl August farmer South Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1901 Grant Book 19 Page 174 County Fergusson

FICHTNER, Carl August trustee St Paul's Lutheran Church South  Kilkerran 1910 Memorial 206/463

No 1

FICKESS, Edward mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 449/68

FICKESS, Edward mechanic Queenstown 1855 Memorial 350/88

FICKLING, Ann Elizabeth and FICKLING, Eliza Mary spinsters Pt Elliot 1872 Application 12311

No 1

FICKLING, James Thomas tailor Angaston 1857[-1858] Memorial 18/125

FICKLING, James Thomas tailor Unley 1860 Memorial 248/170

FICKLING, James Thomas tailor Adelaide linked with Joseph Barclay Fickling of Fullarton 1871 Memorial 16/256

FIDDIAN, Samuel gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Joel ROBERTS agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business 31/12/1870 Deposit 39/1874

No 1 - probably the same person

FIDGE, Arthur farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1890 Memorial 151/404

FIDGE, Arthur farmer Wandearah West 1898 Memorial 14/434

FIDGE, Benjamin farmer Wandearah West linked with Stephen Fidge farmer Wandearah 1893 Memorial 129/416

No 1

FIDGE, Edward farmer Section 496 Hundred of Belvidere 1859 Memorial 280/154

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1 FIND MARRIAGE

FIDGE, Edward farmer Hundred of Cunningham. Trustee cemetery Ardrossan. Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

FIDGE, Ernest Lewis farmer near Aldinga 1914 Memorial 128/470

FIDGE, Frederick farmer Riversdale Little Para River near Salisbury 1855[-1857] Memorial 86/87

No 1

FIDGE, George farmer Hundred of Willunga 1855 Memorial 340/86

FIDGE, George farmer Aldinga 1861 Memorial 10/177

FIDGE, George farmer formerly of Myponga 1861 but now of Hamley Bridge 1875 Application 14307

FIDGE, George farmer Hundred of Grace trustee School and Cemetery Hundred of Grace Hundred of Grace land grant 1875 Grant Book 27 Page 52 County Gawler

FIDGE, George of Barabba linked with Lewis Fidge of Noarlunga 1881 Memorial 64/333

FIDGE, George farmer Barabba linked with Lewis Fidge the Younger farmer Aldinga 1888[-1891] Memorial 1/392

FIDGE, George farmer Hundred of Wandearah. Arthur Fidge mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 248/402

FIDGE, George farmer Wandearah. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 329 County Victoria

FIDGE, George formerly farmer Barabba but now out of business Magill Road, Maylands 1914 Memorial 125/470

FIDGE, Herbert Hall farmer Bute 1915 Memorial 52/472

No 1 – the Elder and the Younger

FIDGE, John farmer Willunga 1845[-1848] Memorial 399/4

FIDGE, John farmer Para River 1849 Memorial 195/14

FIDGE, John farmer Little Para. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 61 County Adelaide

FIDGE, John farmer Little Para 1852 Memorial 463/40

FIDGE, John farmer formerly of Willunga but now of the Little Para 1854 Linked with Lewis Fidge farmer Willunga Memorial 379/77

FIDGE, John farmer Little Para 1847[-1855] Memorial 458/8

FIDGE, John farmer Little Para. Husband of Harriet Fidge 1850 Memorial 390/26

FIDGE, John farmer Para Plains 1853[-1854] Memorial 266/49

FIDGE, John farmer Riversdale Little Para near Salisbury 1855[-1862] Memorial 454/86

FIDGE, John the Younger gentleman Riversdale Farm near Salisbury 1857 Memorial 221/122

FIDGE, John farmer Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 36 County Grey

FIDGE, John the Elder farmer Little Para, near Salisbury, power of attorney to his son Louis FIDGE farmer Willunga, to manage his SA business affairs 17/1/1859. John Fidge could not write Deposit 145/1860

FIDGE, John formerly farmer Riversdale Farm 1857 but now residing at Staplehurst in Kent, England 1862 Application 3703

FIDGE, John gentleman Staplehurst West Kent, England Hundred of Myponga land grant 1862 Grant Book 36 Page 453 County Hindmarsh

FIDGE, John the Elder farmer formerly of the Little Para near Salisbury 1859 but now of Aldinga 1868 Application 9050

FIDGE, John Esquire formerly of parts beyond the seas 1869 but now gentleman Norwood 1872. Links with Lewis Fidge gentleman Aldinga Application 12202

FIDGE, John formerly farmer Riversdale Farm near Salisbury 1857 but now gentleman Kent Town 1875 Application 14067

FIDGE, John farmer formerly of Riversdale Farm near Salisbury but now of North Adelaide 1875 Memorial 47/282

FIDGE, John gentleman North Adelaide, died 25/12/1880. Executors; George Fidge farmer Barabba and Lewis Fidge the Younger farmer Aldinga Memorial 124/470

FIDGE, John gentleman Ward St, North Adelaide, died 25/12/1880. George Fidge farmer Barabba and Ernest Lewis Fidge farmer Aldinga, two of the trustees Enrolment 36/55

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FIDGE, John gentleman formerly of Aldinga but now in parts beyond the seas 1863 Memorial 336/188

No 3

FIDGE, John gentleman Kent Town. Links with the Hundred of Alma Co Gawler 1874 Memorial 94/272

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

FIDGE, Lewis farmer Little Para 1849 Memorial 400/17

FIDGE, Lewis the Elder farmer Aldinga, power of attorney to his son Lewis Fidge the Younger farmer Aldinga, to manage his SA business affairs 9/8/1876. Lewis Fidge the Elder died 22/12/1895. Executor William GOODE storekeeper Pt Pirie, formerly of Aldinga, refused to act Deposits 197/1876 & 38/1897

FIDGE, Lewis the Younger gentleman Aldinga 1885 Application 20489

FIDGE, Lewis the Younger farmer Aldinga 1890 Memorial 68/403

No 1

FIDGE, Stephen farmer Salisbury Plain Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1886 Grant Book 60 Page 327 County Victoria

FIDGE, Stephen farmer Wandearah. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1892 Grant Book 60 Page 328 County Victoria

FIDGE, Thomas farmer Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 327 County Victoria

FIDGE, William farmer Bute 1919 Application 26661

FIDGE, William George farmer Bute. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 300 County Daly

FIDGE, William Stephen farm labourer Wandearah 1888 Memorial 35/391

No 1

FIDLER, Caleb gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 229/44

FIDLER, Caleb farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 29/84

FIDLER, Caleb storekeeper Aldinga 1857 Memorial 213/116

FIDLER, Caleb storekeeper Willunga 1855 Kingston [near Noarlunga] Wesleyan Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 395/93

FIDLER, Caleb storekeeper Aldinga Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 51 County Grey

FIDLER, Caleb storekeeper Mt Gambier Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860[-1868] Grant Book 29 Page 103 County Grey

FIDLER, Caleb farmer Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 223/176

FIDLER, Caleb storekeeper Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 189/183

FIDLER, Caleb storekeeper Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 206/202

FIDLER, Caleb and WEBB, Samuel Titus storekeepers Mt Gambier, trading as co-partners 1865[-1868] Memorial 297/205

FIDLER, Caleb storekeeper Mt Gambier, died 19/8/1874 Memorial 152/278

FIDLER, Caleb storekeeper Royal Tce Fitzroy Vic, died 19/8/1874 of brain 5454disease, aged 51. He was the son of John Fidler farmer and Martha nee 5454Hughes, of Co Berks, England. 23 years in SA 11 weeks in Vic. He had 5454married Phoebe WEBB, at the age of 28, in Co Berks. 1st three children died. Living - Lucy Webb 14, Ellen Phoebe Webb 12, Martha Jane Webb 10. 54Emily Mary Webb 4 Application 15999

No 1

FIDLER, George labourer Hundred of Joyce. Hundred of Joyce land grant 1885 Grant Book 51 Page 10 County Robe

FIDLER, George farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1886 Grant Book 7 Page 14 County Buckingham

FIDLER, George labourer Bordertown 1889 Application 21761

FIDLER, H farmer Echunga 1875 Memorial 110/283

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FIDLER, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1850 Memorial 403/24

FIDLER, William farmer Mt Barker 1853[-1859]. Enrolment 1/40

FIDLER, William farmer Rose Vale [Mt Barker] 1854 Memorial 122/66

FIDLER, William formerly labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1850 but now farmer Mt Barker 1867 Application 8922

FIDLER, William farmer Rose Vale near Mt Barker 1868[-1871] [Probably near Section 2896] Application 9624

FIDLER, William farmer Mt Barker. Trustee Congregational Chapel Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 128/120

FIDLER, William hawker Wistow, died 29/1/1884, of dropsy and kidney disease, aged 70 Application 20190

FIDLER, William storekeeper Worthing near Mt Barker, died 28/1/1884 [29/1/1884]. His estate worth £50. W Fidler's wife, Elizabeth Fidler, to have a life interest in trust in pt Section 2896 Zion Hill at Wistow, then to his son, George Fidler of Lucindale absolutely in remainder expectant. He also got 'all my personal wearing apparel and mh clothes chest with or having two locks absolutely'. Other land in pt Section 2901 Mt Barker District to his wife, Elizabeth Fidler, in trust for life, then to his son, William Ide Fidler of Grünthal in absolutely in remainder expectant. The shop and surrounding land to Elizabeth Fidler in trust for life, then to his son, Joseph Sheppard Fidler, absolutely in remainder expectant. By 1893, WI Fidler had moved to Wistow and George Fidler had gone to Bordertown Application 22552

FIDLER, Elizabeth widow of William Fidler hawker Wistow, died 7/2/1889, of diarrhoea, exhaustion and coma, aged 71 Application 21763

FIDLER, William Ide of Wistow and FIDLER, Joseph Sheppard labourer Wistow, sons of William Fidler and his wife, Elizabeth Fidler. The William Fidlers likely had another son called George Fidler 1889 Application 21597

FIDOCK, Charles machinist Gawler South 1910 Memorial 150/463

FIDOCK, George John Harris blacksmith Currency Creek married Hanna ROBERTS daughter of the late Thomas Roberts farmer Dry Creek on 25/3/1863 at Mrs T Roberts home Greenwith Golden Grove. Minister Rev'd John P BUTTFIELD. 8 children of the marriage - Margareta Fidock, Hannah Fidock, George John Roberts Fidock, Thomas Roberts Fidock, Ida Mary Harris Fidock, Henwood Fidock, Margaretta Andrews Fidock and Elizabeth Ann Fidock. Hannah Fidock wife of George John Harris Fidock blacksmith Lake Albert, died 25/4/1875 intestate, of consumption and child birth, aged 36. George Fidock blacksmith Barunga Gap, died 27/3/1885 Wallaroo Hospital intestate. Their eldest son, George John Roberts Fidock, born 30/10/1865 Goolwa, in 1897 railway porter Caltowie, inherited their estate as heir at law. Mary Harris MITCHELL wife of Joseph Mitchell Manoora, and sister-in-law of Hannah Fidock, gave most of the above information Application 23361

No 1

FIDOCK, Henry farmer Currency Creek linked with James Fidock of Currency Creek 1860 Memorial 324/163

FIDOCK, Henry farmer late of Currency Creek, but now of Lambing Flat NSW, power of attorney to James Fidock farmer Currency Creek, to manage his SA business affairs 18/2/1868 Deposit 45/1870.

FIDOCK, Henry farmer formerly of Currency Creek then of Lambing Flat but now of Grenfell NSW 1868 Memorial 97/245

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FIDOCK, James Henwood [the Elder] labourer Thebarton 1847 Memorial 276/9 Yeoman Thebarton 1849 Memorial 489/15

FIDOCK, James [the Elder] farmer Currency Creek 1853[-1868] Memorial 403/46

FIDOCK, Jane Stephen widow Currency Creek 1877, relict of the late James Fidock the Elder formerly farmer Currency Creek, who died c1877 Application 16542

FIDOCK, James the Younger farmer Currency Creek 1860 Memorial 52/165

FIDOCK, James [the Younger] farmer Currency Creek, died 27/5/1863 intestate. Husband of Rebecca Fidock. Father of William Henry Fidock farmer Currency Creek, James Dowsey Fidock, Robert Fidock, and Matthew Fidock. Widow Rebecca Fidock had remarried to Esau TURRELL farmer Currency Creek by 1876 Memorial 70/420

FIDOCK, James the Third farmer Section 90, Hundred of Goolwa, Currency Creek, aged 60 in 1917, eldest son of James Andrew Fidock the Younger and grandson of James Fidock the Elder farmer Currency Creek. For many years, the Fidock family rented the adjoining Section 89 from the trustees of the PAGE Estate (after grantee Samuel Page Esquire Jeffreys Square, London, England 1841 merchant 5 Catherine Court, Tower Hill, London 1852. He had land grants in the Currency Creek, Light and Wellington Special Surveys) for the Page family in England. After JA Fidock died c1867, his widow remarried to Esau TURRELL who eventually vanished to Victoria and died somewhere out of SA by 1917 Applications 26563 & 26564

FIDOCK, Rebecca widow Currency Creek 1864 Application 5004

TURRELL, Rebecca formerly Fidock [nee IRONS widow of James Fidock the Younger] but now wife of Esau Turrell farmer Goolwa, linked with James Dowsey Fidock farmer Currency Creek, Robert Fidock farm labourer Koolunga, Matthew Andrew Fidock farm labourer Nhill Vic, and William Henry Fidock farmer Currency Creek 1884 Memorial 31/358

No 1

FIDOCK, John farmer Currency Creek 1856 Memorial 36/99

FIDOCK, John formerly farmer Currency Creek but now labourer Dubbo Co Lincoln NSW 1865 Memorials 249 & 250/202

FIDOCK, John labourer Dubbo Co Lincoln NSW, power of attorney to Richard BAMBRICK farmer Hindmarsh Valley, to manage his SA business affairs in connection with his land at Currency Creek 24/3/1865 Deposit 93/1865

FIDOCK, John Charles machinist Gawler South 1912 Application 26092

FIDOCK, Rex George farmer Currency Creek 1946 Memorial 195/520

FIDOCK, William Henry farmer Currency Creek 1876[-1897] Memorial 70/420, Application 23288

No 1

FIE, Charley gardener Kooringa 1891 Memorial 28/408

FIE, Charlie market gardener Aberdeen near Kooringa 1894 Memorial 242/421

No 1

FIEBIG, Gottfried farmer Bagot Gap 1860 Memorial 280/170

FIEBIG, Gottfried farmer Bagot Gap 1861 Application 2044

FIEBIG, Gottfried farmer near Greenock 1868 Application 8974

FIEBIG, Gottfried Wilhelm farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 174 County Dalhousie

No 1

FIEBIG, HEFO clerk Adelaide 1886 Memorial 224/378

FIEBIG, Oscar clerk Adelaide 1888[-1889] Memorial 121/389

No 1 – perhaps the same person

FIEBIG, Johann Carl August farmer Tothill Creek 1870 Application 10814

FIEBIG, Johann Carl August labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 59 County Dalhousie

No 1

FIEBIG, Paul Friedrich Rudolph storekeeper One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died 3/7/1928 Gawler. Husband of Alice Amelia Fiebig. Father of Cyril Cuthbert Fiebig apiarist One Tree Hill, Selma May Fiebig, and Roma Alice Fiebig. Estate worth £1,360 Memorial 56/500

FIEBIG, R of One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1902 Memorial 44/446

FIEBIG, Rudolph beekeeper One Tree Hill Hundred of Munno Para East 1904 Memorial 165/451

FIEBIG, Paul Friedrich Rudolph storekeeper One Tree Hill, died 3/7/1928. His mother, Anna Louise Fiebig, died 8/1/1921. His wife, Alice Amelia Fiebig, still lived at One Tree Hill in 1940. His son, Cyril Cuthbert Fiebig apiarist had moved from One Tree Hill to Meningie by 1940. PFR Fiebig's daughter, Roma Alice Fiebig, married Malcolm Howard Hissey on 11/4/1936. His daughter, Selma May Fiebig, married Hugh Alexander HURLEY on 8/7/1938. Application 28232

FIEBIG, Wilhelm farmer Hamilton on the Light 1873[-1897] Memorial 103/267

FIEBIGER, Heinrich Alfred assistant Clerk Keyneton 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 33 County Eyre

No 1

FIEBIGER, Heinrich August farmer Duck Ponds near Angaston 1871 Memorial 71/257 Farmer North Rhine 1871 Memorial 72/257

FIEBIGER, HA agent Keyneton 1890 Memorial 15/404

FIEBIGER, Heinrich August agent Keyneton 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 33 County Eyre

No 1 - August Fiedler the Elder

FIEDLER, August the Elder farmer Langmeil 1850 Memorial 366/21

FIEDLER, August farmer formerly of Langmeil but now of Tanunda 1856 Linked with Friedrich August Alexander Fiedler farmer Tanunda Memorial 19/96

No 2 - August Fiedler the Younger

FIEDLER, August the Younger farmer Langmeil [He sold many allotments in Tanunda. Fiedler St named after him??] 1850 Memorial 198/22

FIEDLER, Friedrich August Alexander farmer Tanunda 1853[-1856] Memorial 30/62

FIEDLER, Friedrich August Alexander farmer near Tanunda also known as August Fiedler the Younger, son of August Fiedler the Elder vigneron Tanunda. August Fiedler the Younger's widow, Johanne Eleonore Fiedler nee RAU (Father: Christian Rau) remarried to Christian Friedrich FREHSE 61 widower tailor Tanunda (Father: Friedrich Frehse) on 9/1/1879 Langmeil Lutheran Church, Tanunda Minister: Christian AURICHT. Christian Frehse had been one of her 1st husband's executors Application 22788

FIEDLER, Carl Friedrich farmer Goolwa 1924 Memorial 151/491 

FIEDLER, Carl Otto Julius blacksmith York township on the Port Road 1888 Application 21517

No 1

FIEDLER, Friedrich Eduard Julius farmer Moorowie Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 36 County Fergusson

FIEDLER, Friedrich Eduard Julius farmer Moorowie near Yorketown, died 18/1/1886, of dropsy, aged 58 Application 22788

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FIEDLER, Friedrich Wilhelm upholsterer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 421/36

FIEDLER, Wilhelm saddler Adelaide (Divett Place) 1853 Memorial 83/48

FIEDLER, Wilhelm upholsterer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 452/93

FIEDLER, Wilhelm gentleman Kent Town 1858 Memorial 62/132

FIEDLER, Wilhelm cabinetmaker Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 265/155 Husband of Mathilde Therese Fiedler 1860 Memorial 99/164

FIEDLER, Wilhelm cabinetmaker Kent Town 1861 Memorial 277/176

FIEDLER, Wilhelm gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1862 Memorial 313/186

FIEDLER, Fritz Goerecke farrier Woodville 1919 Application 26812

FIEDLER, Georg Ludwig Adelbert Lutheran Pastor Hahndorf 1860[-1874] Memorial 333/163, Application 13220

FIEDLER, Gottlieb Julius August labourer Linwood 1888 Memorial 240/393

No 1

FIEDLER, Heinrich miner Redruth 1852 Memorial 386/50

FIEDLER, Henri miner Redruth 1856 Memorial 227/109

FIEDLER, Heinrich miner formerly of Redruth but now of Huntley Vic 1865 Memorial 289/208

No 1

FIEDLER, Heinrich Christian Ludwig miner Hundred of Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 4/103

FIEDLER, Heinrich Christian Ludwig miner Redruth 1858[-1865] Memorial 298/147

FIEDLER, Johann Carl Gottlieb German teacher Nain near Greenock 1859 Memorial 92/167

FIEDLER, Johann Wilhelm farmer Bakara. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1915 Grant Book 3 Page 6 County Albert

FIEDLER, Johann Friedrich Ernst farmer Langmeil 1858 Memorial 262/146

No 1

FIEDLER, Johann Gottlieb farmer formerly of the Onkaparinga 1857 but now of Grünberg 1863 Application 3839

FIEDLER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Parrot Hill near Angaston 1859 Memorial 160/173

FIEDLER, Johann Wilhelm farmer Bakara. Bakara Evangelical Lutheran Church trustee 1908 Grant Book 3 Page 72 County Gilbert

No 1

FIEDLER, Julius farmer Moorooroo 1855 Memorial 213/87

FIEDLER, Julius farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 144/144

FIEDLER, Julius farmer formerly of Moorooroo 1855 but now of Yorke Peninsula 1877 Application 15823

No 1

FIEDLER, Julius Hermann farmer Yorketown 1891 Memorial 244/411

No 2

FIEDLER, Julius Hermann of Moorowie 1901 Memorial 191/444

FIEDLER, Julius Hermann farmer Moorowie. Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1902 Grant Book 19 Page 36 County Fergusson

FIEDLER, Paul Gerhard quarryman Angaston 1955 Application 29125

FIEGERT, Carl Gottlob farmer Tanunda 1856 Memorial 195/98

FIEGERT, Carl Heinrich blacksmith Glen Osmond 1921[-1925] Memorial 134/482, Application 27431

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FIEGERT, Carl farmer North Rhine 1861 Memorial 52/178

FIEGERT, Carl Wilhelm farmer near Mannum 1889 Memorial 116/400

FIEGERT, Ernst Heinrich farmer North Rhine. Hundred of Angas land grant 1877 Grant Book 58 Page 180 County Sturt

FIELD, Daniel butcher Walkerville 1864 Application 5132

FIELD, Darrell Hanham farmer Burra 1947[-1950] Memorial 189/521

FIELD, David secretary 1 Leighton Ave, Klemzig Secretary of AS Griggs Ltd, Churchill Buildings, 61 Gawler Place, Adelaide 1957 Application 29257

FIELD, Elizabeth of Victor Harbor linked with Mrs E DENTON of no description over land at Unley 1875 Memorial 159/286

FIELD, Emily nee GAYLARD divorced wife on her own petition Hindley St, Adelaide, divorced wife of John Field carpenter Pt Pirie 1875 Memorial 68/285

No 1

FIELD, Frederick Arthur Sydney farmer Kooringa 1900 Memorial 29/442

FIELD, Frederick Arthur Sydney formerly farmer Kooringa but now out of business Sydney NSW 1928, trustee of the Kooringa Freemasons' Lodge Application 27647

FIELD, Frederick John blacksmith Auburn 1903[-1904] Memorial 23/450

No 1

FIELD, Frederick Septimus bachelor butcher Pt Victor (Father: William Field) married Elizabeth DYKE spinster Pt Elliot (Father: John Thomas Dyke) on 7/9/1870 St Jude's Pt Elliot. Minister: Edward T HOWELL. Witnesses: Robert Field butcher Goolwa and Margaret Dyke of Pt Elliot Application 22926

FIELD, Frederick Septimus butcher Pt Victor 1885 Memorial 228/363

No 1

FIELD, George Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 147/70

FIELD, George gentleman East Auburn 1855[-1857] Memorial 296/82

FIELD, George miller formerly of Adelaide but now of East Auburn 1857 Memorial 89/124

FIELD, George miller East Auburn 1858[-1861] Memorial 53/147

FIELD, George miller Auburn linked with Mary Field spinster Auburn 1860 Memorial 156/168

FIELD, George miller Auburn 1865 Application 5908

FIELD, George miller Auburn 1869 Memorial 31/244

FIELD, George agent East Auburn 1873 Memorial 201/266

FIELD, George corn factor Auburn 1871 Application 11802

No 2 - perhaps the same person

FIELD, George storekeeper North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 350/166

FIELD, George butcher Adelaide 1865 Memorial 291/208

No 3

FIELD, George butcher Goolwa took out a 3-year lease of The Goolwa Hotel at £156 a year from John VARCOE licensed victualler Goolwa 1864 Memorial 34/198

No 1

FIELD, Henry labourer Cherry Gardens 1841 Memorial 455/2

Farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Cherry Gardens 1848 Memorial 152/13.

Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1849 Enrolment 18/10

FIELD, Henry stockholder Yankalilla 1851 Memorial 28/36.

FIELD, Henry stockholder Waitpinga 1853 Memorial 264/46

FIELD, Henry stockholder formerly of Waitpinga but now of Encounter Bay 1854 Memorial 487/70

FIELD, Henry Esquire Encounter Bay, ‘well entitled to certain lands, buildings and property in the said province’, about to leave the province, power of attorney to James SMITH merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/7/1856 Deposit 67/1860

FIELD, Henry gentleman Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 116/225

FIELD, Henry married Anne nee ? He was a labourer at Iden, Sussex, when their only child, Caroline Field, was born in 1834. The family emigrated to SA (his two brothers, Thomas and Charles, remained in Iden), where Henry was a labourer at Cherry Gardens by 1841. The Fields later went to Clarendon. Henry Field died 8/10/1866 and his wife, Anne Field, on 11/11/1859. Caroline Field married Elijah BROADBENT 9/9/1852 Wesleyan Chapel Cherry Gardens, the Rev’d Samuel GILL officiating. The Broadbents farmed at Cherry Gardens Application 8134

FIELD, Henry Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee died 6/10/1866 Cherry Gardens Applications 13995/14016

No 2

FIELD, Henry Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 137/52

FIELD, Henry sheep farmer Darling River NSW 1872 Memorial 229/257

FIELD, Henry stockholder Kensington 1872 Memorial 69/259

FIELD, Henry Esquire Dashwood Gully 1882 Memorial 176/339

No 3

FIELD, Henry machinist McLaren St, Adelaide 1896 Application 23060

FIELD, HB bank clerk Kooringa 1900 Memorial 176/440

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FIELD, James labourer Plympton 1846 Memorial 225/7

FIELD, James labourer Adelaide 1848[- 1856] Memorial 161/325

FIELD, James formerly labourer Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1880 Memorial 162/325

No 2

FIELD, James farmer Adelaide (Princes St) 1851 Memorial 444/32

FIELD, James farmer St Marys 1847 Memorial 142/89

FIELD, James farmer St Marys 1847 Application 22882

FIELD, James shoemaker South Road 1853 Memorial 380/77

FIELD, James Connor Stuart grazier Brenda near Morgan on the North-West Bend Murray River 1890 Memorial 228/405

No 1

FIELD, James Henry blacksmith Auburn 1858[-1882] Memorial 109/132, Application 19079

FIELD, James Henry blacksmith Auburn linked with John Field of Auburn 1863 Memorial 17/245

FIELD, James William clerk Mitcham married Adelaide Philippa LEVI spinster Mitcham at the Rev'd W JENKIN's home Norwood 19/9/1888 Memorial 100/477

FIELD, JW civil servant Mitcham and Adelaide Philippa Field his wife 1919 Memorial 169/478

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FIELD, John licensed victualler [formerly of the Launceston Hotel Adelaide (Waymouth St) but now of Milang 1879 Memorial 160/323

FIELD, John publican Upper Walkerville 1882 Memorial 33/346

No 2

FIELD, John blacksmith Auburn 1916 Memorial 197/474
No 1

FIELD, John Connor Stuart gentleman Dashwood Gully 1883[-1885] Memorial 113/354, Application 20704

FIELD, John Connor Stuart Esquire Adelaide 1888 Memorial

3/391

FIELD, John Connor Stuart formerly of Adelaide but now grazier near Morgan North-West Bend Murray River 1892 Memorial 19/416

FIELD, John Lyon Esquire Bedford Row, Worthing, Sussex, England and Caroline Bentham Field, his wife, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN solicitor Adelaide, to investigate their share in a certain trust estate 19/12/1878. Was she a daughter of JB Neales??? Deposit 43/1879

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

FIELD, Joseph butcher Pt Elliot, and Janet Field his wife formerly Janet MACDONALD 1865 Application 6091

FIELD, Joseph of Pt Elliot 1885 Memorial 228/363

FIELD, Joseph of Pt Elliot and FIELD, Frederick Septimus Pt Victor butchers 1887 Application 21185

FIELD, Joseph butcher Pt Elliot 1891 Memorial 167/407

FIELD, Joseph butcher Pt Elliot 1924 Application 27264

No 1

FIELD, Joseph Albert butcher Goolwa linked with Thomas Ernest Field company manager Perth WA 1928 Memorial 32/499

FIELD, Joseph Albert former butcher but now out of business Goolwa 1951 Memorial 2/526

No 1

FIELD, Mary spinster Auburn 1864 Application 4893

FIELD, Mary spinster formerly of East Auburn but now of Glenelg 1864 Memorial 293/195

FIELD, Mary spinster East Auburn 1865 Memorial 281/201

FIELD, Mary spinster Burnside 1867[-1869] Memorial 205/220

FIELD, Mary spinster Burnside 1871 Application 11411

FIELD, Mary spinster formerly of Glenelg but now of Burnside 1877 Application 15980

FIELD, Mary spinster Beaumont about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to George Dutton GREEN, James Chapman LOVELY agents Adelaide, and William Lennox CLELAND assistant surgeon of the Adelaide Lunatic Asylum, to manage her SA business affairs 20/3/1879 Deposit 78/1880

FIELD, Mary Whicher spinster North Adelaide 1888 Memorial 193/392

FIELD, Mary Whicher spinster North Adelaide, about to be absent from the province for some time, power of attorney to Thomas FIELD Clerk in Holy Orders North Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 1/3/1890 Deposit 20/1890

FIELD, Nicholas stockholder formerly of Waitpinga but now of Encounter Bay 1854 Memorial 58/74

FIELD, Peter gentleman Archerfield Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 195/55

FIELD, Richard miner Yarwood 1866[-1878] Memorial 98/215

No 1

FIELD, Robert licensed victualler Goolwa Hotel Goolwa 1874 Memorial 182/275

FIELD, Robert licensed victualler Goolwa Hotel Goolwa, died 18/5/1877. Husband of Margaret Field Memorial 157/301

No 1

FIELD, Samuel Iabourer Adelaide purchased land at Bowden 1840 Application 6704

FIELD, Samuel brickmaker Bowden 1840[-1841] formerly of Bowden 1840 but now of Hindmarsh 1842 Application 6704

FIELD, Samuel brickmaker Bowden 1842[-1863] Memorial 83/17

FIELD, Samuel brickmaker Bowden 1862, linked with Mary Lydia HILL widow Bowden [relict of Alexander Hill formerly brickmaker Bowden but now deceased. Apparently Field and Hill were in business partnership] Application 3458.

FIELD, Samuel brickmaker Bowden became a bankrupt by 1865 Application 6704

FIELD, Samuel of Bowden and Eliza Field his wife 1874 Memorial 123/272

No 1

FIELD, Thomas sawyer East Auburn 1856 Memorial 188/107

No 2

FIELD, Thomas coachmaker Gawler 1865 Memorial 259/207

FIELD, Thomas coach builder Gawler 1865 Application 6634

FIELD, Thomas carpenter Gawler 1865 Application 6495

FIELD, Thomas cabinetmaker formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide 1874 Memorial 46/277

FIELD, Thomas coachbuilder formerly of Gawler but now of Little Wright St, Adelaide father of Henry Field machinist Adelaide (McLaren St) 1893 Memorial 171/418

No 3

FIELD, Thomas clerk in holy orders North Adelaide (Barton Tce), died 29/9/1899, of acute bronchitis, aged 69 Memorial 96/441

FIELD, Thomas Clerk in Holy Orders Barton Tce, North Adelaide, died 29/9/1899 of acute bronchitis, aged 69 Application 26299

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FIELD, William butcher Adelaide 1841 Memorial 202/2 Butcher North Adelaide 1850[-1856] Memorial 389/26

FIELD, William the Elder butcher and stockholder North Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 60/162, Application 1334.

FIELD, William butcher North Adelaide, about to leave the provice, power of attorney to his wife, Martha Field, to manage his SA business affairs 1/4/1860 Deposit 60/1864

FIELD, William stockholder formerly of North Adelaide but now of Wirrabunna 1861 Memorial 320/171

FIELD, William stockholder Wirrabunna Far North of SA 1864 Memorial 227/194

FIELD, William the Elder formerly yeoman Adelaide 1854 but now butcher Woodville 1873 Application 12829

No 1

FIELD, William George Esquire Mt Barker 1845 Memorial 341/4

FIELD, William George Esquire Adelaide 1845 Memorial 448/4

FIELD, William George of Yankalilla 1848 Memorial 269/12

FIELD, William George of Yankalilla, made a will. His estate to his wife, Jane FIELD, in trust for life, then absolutely in remainder expectant to the testator's sister, Rosina ATKINSON, wife of Horatio Nelson Atkinson Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, of Haddock, near Hastings, Sussex, England. If Mrs Atkinson died before Mrs Field, then the children of Rosina Atkinson to inherit in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 290/28 Eventually, Jane Sophia Field, daughter of WG Field's brother Henry Field and his wife, Sophia Field, shared in the estate Memorial 291/28

No 1

FIELD, William Stanley farmer Kooringa 1926 Application 27493

FIELD, William Stanley formerly farmer but now confectioner Kooringa 1932 Memorial 154/505

No 1

FIELDER, James leased houses and land at Walkerville 1853 Memorial 367/56

FIELDER, James labourer Upper Walkerville 1857 Memorial 144/121

No 1 – perhaps the same person

FIELDER, John gentleman Adelaide 1882 Memorial 176/340

FIELDER, John licensed victualler Adelaide purchased allotments in Eurelia township 1879 Book 13 Page 269 County Dalhousie

FIELDER, John Edward farmer Reedbeds 1850[-1854] Memorial 293/19

FIELDER, Thomas labourer Portland Estate and Louisa Fielder his wife 1868 Memorial 103/236

No 1

FIELDHOUSE, Arthur Ernest toolmaker 764 South Road, Clovelly Park 1949 Memorial 1/524

FIELDHOUSE, Arthur Ernest toolmaker formerly of 764 South Road, Clovelley Park but now of Morphett Vale and Marjorie Fieldhouse his wife 1953 Memorial 94/528

No 1

FIELDING, Edmund carrier Glenelg and Agnes Eliza Fielding his wife 1876[-1877] Memorial 25/292

FIELDING, Edmund carrier Glenelg and Agnes Eliza Fielding his wife formerly Agnes Eliza WRIGHT 1877 had married on 13/9/1875 Memorial 249/299

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FIELDING, Edmund cordial manufacturer Pt Pirie 1879 Memorial 177/313

FIELDING, Edwin Walter warehouseman Walkerville. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

FIELDING, Francis master mariner Adelaide and John Joseph DENMAN merchant Port Pirie formed a partnership as shipowners, shipping agents and wharfingers at Pt Pirie. The firm owned the vessels Napperby, Normanville and Amelia 1875 Memorial 181/286

FIELDING, James formerly inspector of permanent ways Quorn but then sharebroker Adelaide, died 18/12/1907 Parkside Memorial 155/505

No 1

FIELDING, Stephen cooper Pt Adelaide 1850[-1860] Memorial 57/28

FIELDING, Stephen formerly cooper Pt Adelaide, left SA permanently in March 1860. He had mortgaged and defaulted on some allotments (used for gardening) at Scarborough on the Port Road, to Henry CHANDLER publican Port Road Application 22728

FIELDING, Letitia widow Adelaide linked with Frederick Francis Stephen Fielding bookseller Budge St, Sydney NSW. He had an interest in land on Mackinnon Parade North Adelaide 1876 Memorial 212/294

FIELDING, Frederick Francis Stephen bookseller Bridge St, Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Letitia Fielding, to enable her to sell land in Mackinnon Parade, North Adelaide, which she was entitled to have in trust during her lifetime, under the will of Henry Downie CRUTTENDEN. FFS Fielding would inherit the property absolutely in remainder expectant, provided he reached the age of 21 (21 on 18/8/1876) 31/8/1876 Deposit 228/1876.

FIELDING, William labourer near Canowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 50 County Victoria

FIELDS, Ed J chief clerk Crown Lands Office Adelaide 1914 Memorial 37/471

No 1

FIELDWICK, Percy bank officer Adelaide 1894 Memorial 102/422

FIELDWICK, Percy bank officer Adelaide Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1894 Grant Book 49 Page 31 County Newcastle

FIELKE, Johann Friedrich Ferdinand farmer Dutton 1908 Application 25402

FIELKE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Mt Torrens Hundred of Finniss land grant 1879 Grant Book 58 Page 36 County Sturt

No 1

FIELKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Mt Torrens purchased land north-west of Mt Despond Co Eyre 1872 Memorial 135/262

FIELKE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Dutton 1889 Application 21752

FIEMANN, August Ernst Christian bricklayer Stepney 1851 Memorial 386/32

No 1

FIETZ, Carl farmer Hoffnungsthal near Lyndoch Valley 1859 Memorial 200/181

FIETZ, Carl farmer Tungkillo 1864 Application 5723

No 1

FIETZ, Johann Friedrich farmer near Angaston 1856 Memorial 63/98

FIETZ, Johann Friedrich died c1872. He left his entire estate to his wife, Johanne Caroline Fietz, for life, then absolutely in remainder expectant in equal shares to their children - Paul Hiob Nathaniel Fietz, Johann Gottlieb Samuel Fietz, Gottlieb Fietz, Johann Matthias Benjamin Fietz and Johanne Auguste Wiechert nee Fietz 1873 Memorial 83/270

FIETZ, Johann Friedrich tailor Duck Ponds, died 18/10/1856 apoplexy, aged 646442. He left his estate to his widow, Johanne Caroline FIETZ nee WEICKERT, in trust 6464for life, and then to his children Carl Gottlieb Friedrich Fietz born 646411/6/1842, Johann Matthias Benjamin Fietz born 24/2/1847, Paul Hiob 6464Nathaniel Fietz born 10/5/1851 and Johann Gottlieb Samuel Fietz born 656522/12/1855, and his step-daughter Johanne Auguste WEICKERT equally absolutely in remainder expectant 65Application 13744

FIETZ, Caroline widow near Montacute 1873, with a life interest in trust in the estate of her late husband, Johann Friedrich Fietz. After her death, the estate to go equally absolutely in remainder expectant to her children - Hiob Paul 6565Nathaniel Fietz, Johann Gottlieb Samuel Fietz, Carl Gottlieb Friedrich Fietz, Johann Matthias Benjamin Fietz and Johanne Auguste WEICKERT Application 13115

FIETZE, Ernst Gottlieb shoemaker Tanunda 1857 Memorial 144/113

FIFE, Thomas labourer Aldinga 1862 Application 3542

FIGG, George gardener Athelstone 1911 Memorial 132/464

FIGG, William Henry lucerne grower Findon. Findon Methodist Church trustee 1923 Memorial 14/487

FILER, Edward splitter Adelaide 1837[-1838] Memorial 352/50

FILES, John storekeeper Norwood 1856 Memorial 398/98

FILGATE, Daniel market gardener near Crafers and Lucy Filgate his wife 1885 Memorial 202/371

No 1

FILGATE, Fanny Eliza [relict of Jonathan Filgate and daughter of EB GLEESON] and Thomas Frederick SABINE brewers Laura 1878 Memorial 28/311

FILGATE, Fanny Eliza brewer Clare, entitled to an interest in certain property in the province in partnership with certain other people, power of attorney to John William GLEESON auctioneer Clare, to manage her SA business interests 29/5/1878 Deposit 148/1878

FILGATE, FR clerk Saddleworth 1876[-1879] Memorial 78/291

FILGATE, HB bank manager Kingston S-E 1940 Memorial 140/514

No 1
FILGATE, Richard gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 22/71

FILGATE, Richard gentleman Woodville, died 5/12/1872 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Jane Filgate, to finalise his estate Application 26940

FILGATE, WIlliam Alfred Gordon gentleman Woolundunga 1887 Memorial 246/387

No 1
FILL, William gardener North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 344/142

FILL, William gardener North Adelaide 1852, died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Fill Memorial 279/208

FILLGROVE, Ludwig farmer near Crafers 1867 Memorial 26/220

No 1

FILLMORE, Frederick William Naylor Secretary and Manager of the Metropolitan Abbatoirs Board East Adelaide 1924 Application 27305

FILLMORE, Frederick William Naylor Secretary and Manager of the Metropolitan and Export Abbatoirs Board Gepps Cross 1948 Application 28602

FILMER, Albert Thomas farmer South Payneham 1941 Memorial 64/515

FILMER, Benjamin George farmer Glenelg Co Adelaide. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 10 Page 102 County Cardwell

FILMER, Edward farmer New Glenelg 1884 Memorial 86/362

No 1

FILMER, John farmer Brighton 1853[-1855] Memorial 470/92

No 2

FILMER, John farmer Brighton. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 67 County Adelaide

FILMER, John butcher Saddleworth 1859 Memorial 49/161

No 1 - the Elder

FILMER, Stephen farmer formerly of Adelaide 1841 but now of Hindmarsh 1846 Application 4452

FILMER, Stephen yeoman Hindmarsh 1846[-1848] Memorial 89/6

FILMER, Stephen farmer Sturt River 1853 Memorial 277/55

FILMER, Stephen farmer Brighton 1858 Memorial 301/140

FILMER, Stephen farmer Brighton died c1859. He left his estate to his wife, Susan Filmer, in trust for life. After her death, the estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst all his children. Executors Thomas Filmer of Brighton and John Filmer of Saddleworth Application 8867

No 2 - the Younger

FILMER, Stephen farmer The Sturt 1855 Memorial 334/105

FILMER, Stephen farmer formerly of The Sturt, but then of Sarsfield North Gippsland Vic 1883. His SA attorney was William DEARMAN solicitor Adelaide (Central Chambers) Application 26329

No 1

FILMER, Thomas farmer Sturt River 1844[-1877] Memorial 223/64

FILMER, Thomas farmer Glenelg 1848[-1849] Memorial 278/13

FILMER, Thomas farmer Brighton Plains 1854 Memorial 330/64

FILMER, Thomas farmer Brighton 1867, eldest son and heir at law of Stephen Filmer farmer Sturt River, who had died intestate Application 8867

FILMER, Thomas farmer Brighton 1870 Memorial 212/246

FILMER, Thomas farmer Richmond 1870 Memorial 3/303

FILMER, Thomas farmer Brighton 1883 Application 19974

FILMER, Thomas farmer New Glenelg 1883 Application 19662

FILMER, Thomas Stephen out of business formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Katanning WA linked with Douglas Henry Filmer carrier Stansbury 1919 Memorial 144/479

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FILSELL, Clark John government guard Dry Creek Hundred of Alexandrina land grant 1858 Grant Book 36 Page 18 County Hindmarsh

FILSELL, Clark John labourer Thebarton 1864 Memorial 321/197

FILSELL, Clark John linked with Section 94 Hundred of Ramsay Co Fergusson 1885 Memorial 150/367

FILSELL, Clark John formerly labourer but now out of business Thebarton 1911 Application 26039

No 1

FILSELL, Edwin sawyer Gawler 1864 Application 5168

FILSELL, Edwin James labourer Gawler 1873 Memorial 210/265

FILSELL, Frederick retired mason 6 Holland St, Southwark 1932, declared that a peat house used to stand on Allotment 210, next to a woodyard on Allotment 209 the corner of Dew and Maria Sts, Thebarton, which a Mr George BATES and Frederick Filsell's father, CJ Filsell, used to operate in partnership in the late 1870s-early 1880s His cousin, Edwin Filsell, used to live there in the late 1880s. Frederick Filsell added a room and a verandah to the peat house Application 27879

No 1

FILSELL, George ostler Gawler Hundred of Alexandrina land grant 1857[-1859] Grant Book 36 Page 5 County Hindmarsh

FILSELL, George ostler Gawler 1860 Application 1733

FILSELL, George carter Gawler 1864 Application 5142

FILSELL, George labourer Gawler 1866 Memorial 113/215

FILSELL, Norman Augustus company manager Balhannah 1946 Memorial 142/524

FILSELL, Owen Francis iron moulder Gawler 1891 Application 22093

No 1

FILSELL, William farmer Gawler River 1855[-1871] Memorial 348/82

FILSELL, William gentleman formerly of Gawler River but now of Unley 1881 Memorial 81/329

FILSELL, William gardener formerly of Gawler but now of Unley 1870 Application 10775

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FILSELL, William coachman Gawler 1866 Memorial 113/215

No 1

FILSELL, William shoemaker Thebarton 1894 Application 22780

FILSLEY, James plumber formerly of Nhill Vic but now of the state of Western Australia and Lydia Sarah Stevens Filsley his wife had links with Unley [was Mrs Filsley a DUNN of Unley before her marriage?] 1903 Memorial 244/448

No 1

FIMISTER, George watchmaker Adelaide 1880 Memorial 12/324

FIMISTER, George watchmaker Marryatville 1881 Application 18810

No 1

FINCH, Edwin Nicholas farmer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bright land grant 1886 Grant Book 9 Page 48 County Burra

FINCH, Edwin Nicholas farmer Kooringa 1888 Memorial 5/393

FINCH, Edwin Nicholas farmer near Kooringa, died 10/10/1921. Husband of Fanny Finch. Father of Edwin and Walter Finch graziers Mullaby near Kooringa, Glen Roy Finch of Bundey, Frances Jane MCWATERS, and Osburtus Finch. Estate worth £27,000 Memorial 88/486

FINCH, Fanny widow of Edwin Nicholas Finch farmer Kooringa, died 11/3/1932 Kooringa, of gall stones, colic, chronic interstitial nephritis, heart failure, aged 79. Born at Burra. Married at 25. 6 sons and 1 daughter living; 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased Deposit 3/1932.

FINCH, Elizabeth Caroline Jane married woman Kooringa 1921 Memorial 192/482

FINCH, Frederick farmer Gordon 1893 Memorial 118/417

No 1

FINCH, George farmer Kooringa Co Burra Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 201 County Stanley

FINCH, George farmer Baldry Co Stanley. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1881 Grant Book 9 Page 46 County Burra

No 1

FINCH, Glen Roy grazier Kooringa 1929 Memorial 123/502

FINCH, Glen Roy grazier Kooringa and Kathleen Winifred Finch his wife 1936 Memorial 111/509, Application 28012

FINCH, Glen Roy farmer and grazier Burra, aged 58 in 1955, declared he had lived in the district for over 30 years Application 29093

No 1

FINCH, Hannah spinster Roseworthy 1883 Memorial 171/352

FINCH, Hannah licensed teacher Gawler, died 30/7/1905. Estate worth £1,400. She left her estate to her sister, Elizabeth Cutler Finch spinster Gawler South Application 26214

No 1

FINCH, John gardener Little Para 1849[-1852] Memorial 27/17

No 2

FINCH, John carpenter Gawler 1853[-1871] Memorial 461/54

No 3

FINCH, John labourer now or formerly of Magill 1859 Memorial 215/152

No 4

FINCH, John farmer near Kooringa Hundred of Ayers land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 193 County Stanley

No 5

FINCH, John farmer Booboorowie Hundred of Boolcunda land grant 1883 Grant Book 49 Page 44 County Newcastle

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FINCH, John joiner Robe 1862 Memorial 231/183

FINCH, John Samuel carpenter Robe 1864 Memorial 114/194

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FINCH, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1837 Memorial 54/86

FINCH, Joseph bullock driver Adelaide 1840 Application 10405 FINCH, Joseph labourer Yankalilla 1850 Application 10405

FINCH, Joseph farmer Hundred of Yankalilla 1850 Memorial 296/137

No 1

FINCH, Richard farmer Section 2245 Hundred of Kooringa 1859 Memorial 137/159

FINCH, Richard farmer Springbank near Kooringa 1864. He could not write Application 5840

FINCH, Richard farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1865 Grant Book 8 Page 14 County Burra

FINCH, Richard farmer near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1865[-1868] Grant Book 56 Page 300 County Stanley

FINCH, Richard farmer Princess Town near Kooringa. Hundred of Bright land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 47 County Burra

FINCH, Richard farmer near Kooringa 1883 Memorial 240/346

FINCH, Richard farmer near Kooringa, died c1885. His real estate left to his widow Jane Finch, in trust for life, then to their son, Edwin Nicholas Finch farmer near Kooringa, absolutely in remainder expectant Application 20933

FINCH, Samuel carpenter Gawler 1883 Application 19815

FINCH, Stephen carpenter Gawler South 1883 Application 19815

No 1

FINCH, William labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 479/32

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FINCH, William miner North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 276/53

FINCH, William miner Moonta Mines 1869 Memorial 104/240

FINCH, William Wesley minister of the gospel Wilmington 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 336 County Dalhousie

No 1

FINCHAM, George Randall Allsopp currier North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 475/48

FINCHAM, George Randall Allsopp currier formerly of North Adelaide but of Geelong Vic 1854 Memorial 161/75

No 1

FINCK, Christian Joachim Theodor farmer Moppa Springs [probably near Section 113 Hundred of Belvidere] 1859 Application 930

FINCK, Christian Joachim Theodor farmer of near the Moppa 1868 Memorial 114/230

FINCK, Christian Joachim farmer near Daveyston 1877 Application 16346

FINCK, Christian Joachim Theodor miller Greenock 1889[-1893] Memorial 114/230, Application 22523

FINCK, Caroline Wilhelmine Pauline Ida [nee KIEKEBUSCH] married woman Stepney, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Georg Heinrich Christoph MEYER agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 30/3/1891 Deposit 21/1899

No 1

FINDLATER, Daniel hotelkeeper Lucindale. Trustee Institute Lucindale Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 50 Page 133a County Robe

FINDLATER, Daniel grazier Stewart Range. Trustee Showground Lucindale. Hundred of Joyce land grant 1900 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

No 1 - possibly the same person

FINDLATER, John farmer Milang 1886 Memorial 172/377

FINDLATER, John James farmer Milang 1912 Application 26131

FINDLAY, J of Mt Benson Station 1879 Memorial 134/319

FINDLAY, John carpenter Gawler 1865 Application 6202

FINDLAY, Robert quarry proprietor Pt Elliot 1883[-1884] Memorial 110/351

FINDON, John labourer North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 454/17

FINELER, Joseph farmer Hill River 1865 Application 6435

No 1

FINEY, Edward Lloyd out of business Brighton and Emily Rhoda Finey nee CRAFER (daughter of David Crafer) his wife 1866 Application 7190

FINEY, Edward Lloyd farmer formerly of Brighton (son and heir of the late Francis Finey) but now of Hoyles Plains 1872 Application 11872

FINEY, Edward Lloyd farmer Hoyleton 1877 Application 16399

FINEY, Edward Lloyd farmer Rhynie and Emily Rhoda Finey his wife 1879 Memorial 15/314

FINEY, Edward Lloyd farmer Hoyleton and Emily Rhoda Finey his wife 1881 Memorial 7/329

FINEY, Edward Lloyd farmer Lower Wakefield 1882 Memorial 232/340

No 1

FINEY, Francis fisherman Glenelg 1840 Memorial 498/18

FINEY, Francis fishmonger Adelaide (Hindley St) 1842 Application 23715

FINEY, Francis fisherman Brighton 1844 Memorial 39/4 Farmer Brighton Plains 1850 Memorial 381/24 Innkeeper Brighton Inn 1851 Memorial 420/30

FINEY, Francis publican Brighton 1856. Linked with Stephen Finey landowner Brighton Memorial 438/97

FINEY, Francis licensed victualler Brighton 1860 Application 1238

FINEY, Francis of Brighton, died c1867. Father of James Finey of Brighton Memorial 215/26

No 2

FINEY, Francis carpenter Brighton and Sarah Elizabeth Finey his wife 1912 Application 26143

FINEY, JW JP storekeeper Hamley Bridge 1897 Memorial 184/430

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FINEY, Stephen licensed victualler Brighton 1872, declared that he was a brother to Jane BARNETT wife of George Barnett no description. She died at Brighton c1856 Application 12042

FINEY, Stephen gentleman Brighton 1883 Memorial 99/349

FINEY, Stephen the Elder of Brighton linked with Stephen Finey the Younger farmer formerly of Brighton but now of the Hundred of Hall 1888 Memorial 10/391

FINEY, Stephen the Elder died not stated. Father of Adelaide May LLOYD, Maria Jane LOMMAN, Francis Finey and Stephen Finey the Younger. BL Finey also mentioned 1916 Memorial 31/474

FINEY, Stephen the Younger farmer Hundred of Hall 1891 Memorial 43/409

FINEY, Stephen farmer Brighton 1912 Application 26143

No 1

FINEY, Thomas Dixie horsedealer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 258/45

FINEY, Thomas Dixie licensed victualler Nelson's Victory Inn no township stated 1855 Memorial 320/89

FINEY, Thomas Dixie and SCHUNKE, George both of Hahndorf agreed with Christian THIELE of Hahndorf to take out a 3 month mineral lease over his land near Hahndorf (excepting the vineyard and garden) and then a 14-year lease of 5 acres for development if a mine were discovered 1869 Memorial 133/241

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FINEY, Thomas Dixie farmer Strathalbyn 1909[-1911] Memorial 137/461, Application 26035

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FINEGAN, John Joseph farmer Gawler Plains 1872 Memorial 214/258

FINEGAN, John Joseph farmer Crystal Brook 1890 Memorial 40/404

No 1

FINEGAN, Mary spinster Virginia 1876 Memorial 230/288

FINEGAN, Mary spinster Peachey Belt 1876, linked with Stephen Finegan farmer Peachey Belt Application 14943

FINEGAN, Patrick farmer near Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1892 Grant Book 60 Page 236 County Victoria

No 1

FINEGAN, Stephen labourer Dry Creek 1852 Memorial 470/44 FINEGAN, Stephen farmer Peachey Belt 1853[-1871] Memorial 103/62

FINEGAN, Stephen farmer near Virginia Peachey Belt 1866[-1867] Memorial 78/216

FINEGAN, Stephen farmer Peachey Belt linked with Mary Finegan spinster Peachey Belt 1875 Memorial 90/283

FINEGAN, Stephen farmer Reedbeds 1875 Application 14563

FINKE, Heinrich gentleman Norwood, power of attorney to Robert JONES of Parkside, and Christian KINDERMANN of Rundle St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/11/1881 Deposit 236/1881

FINKE, John farmer Pt Elliot 1879 Memorial 23/315

No 1

FINKE, Joseph farmer Willunga 1860[-1860] Memorial 35/162

FINKE, Joseph farmer Willunga 1860 Application 3801

FINKE, Joseph farmer Pt Elliot, died 23/10/1878 a widower and intestate. Letters of administration to his son, John Finke farmer Pt Elliot, to settle his £50 Memorial 23/398

No 1

FINKE, Wilhelm clerk Adelaide 1838 Enrolment 40/9

FINKE, William gentleman Adelaide (Gilles Arcade, Currie St) 1838[-1839] Memorial 188/50

FINKE, William merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1841 then Settler Gawler Town 711843 Application 14276

FINKE, Wilhelm Family history in Germany 1884 Application 20128

FINKING, Walter of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 98/392

FINLAY, Alexander Bannatyne of Baratta 1886 Memorial 157/375

FINLAY, David of the Hundred of Wonna 1883 Memorial 53/347

No 1

FINLAY, Matthew shepherd Wildote 1865 Memorial 235/204

FINLAY, Matthew farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1875 Grant Book 8 Page 175 County Burra

FINLAY, Robert contractor Beverley 1898 Application 23605

No 1

FINLAY, Thomas farmer The Gilbert 1861 Application 2227

FINLAY, Thomas farmer Stockport 1864 Application 4868

No 1

FINLAY, William labourer Beverley 1852 Memorial 448/42.

FINLAY, William labourer Beverley, died 8/10/1860 intestate. His eldest son, Thomas Finlay farmer Willochra 1895, born 10/3/1832 Clonmellan, Co Westmeath, Ireland, inherited his estate as heir at law. The fourth son, Richard Robert Finlay, born 25/10/1852 Beverley, was a driver at Beverley by 1895 Application 22873

No 1

FINLAYSON, David storekeeper Alma Owen township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 27 Page 443 County Gawler

FINLAYSON, David storekeeper Owen Owen township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 27 Page 445 County Gawler

FINLAYSON, David farmer Owen Co Gawler. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1907[-1908] Grant Book 10 Page 101 County Cardwell

FINLAYSON, Douglas pharmeceutical chemist Adelaide (Grote St) 1950 Memorial 115/525

FINLAYSON, Ebenezer agent Adelaide 1885 Memorial 165/372

FINLAYSON, HC bank officer Willunga 1952 Memorial 5/527

No 1

FINLAYSON, John Harvey reporter Adelaide 1870 Application 11015

FINLAYSON, John Harvey journalist Adelaide 1876 Memorial 116/288

FINLAYSON, John Harvey journalist Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Thomas William HARRIS journalist Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/2/1876 Deposit 56/1876

FINLAYSON, J Harvey newspaper proprietor North Adelaide (Stanley St) linked with William Finlayson farmer Mitcham Road near Adelaide 1882 Memorial 248/345

No 1

FINLAYSON, Robert Kettle farmer Mitcham 1866 Application 7168

FINLAYSON, Robert Kettle Christian minister Adelaide Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 338 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FINLAYSON, Robert Norman farmer Adelaide 1910 Memorial 218/463

FINLAYSON, Robert Norman accountant Adelaide 1912 Application 26071

No 1

FINLAYSON, Ronald Nickels solicitor Adelaide 1909 Memorial 51/461

FINLAYSON, Ronald Nickels solicitor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1920 Memorial 112/480

No 1

FINLAYSON, William gardener Adelaide 1839 Memorial 325/20

FINLAYSON, William farmer Section 249 Survey B near Mitcham 1850 Memorial 499/23

FINLAYSON, William gentleman Helenholme near Mitcham, died 17/12/1897. Estate worth £4,250. He left 10 acres of land at Mitcham to his sons and married daughters, to inherit the proceeds in equal shares after the land had been sold. He left his home, Helenholme, at Mitcham, and a house in Carrington St Adelaide, to two daughters, Jane Connell and Jessie Grace Finlayson, for life, then after their respective deaths, the properties to be sold and the proceeds to be divided equally amongst the other brothers and sisters. William Finlayson had a brother-in-law called Andrew HARVEY Application 26361

No 2

FINLAYSON, William grocer Adelaide 1886[-1891] Memorial 122/379

No 1

FINN, Henry James gardener Angaston. Linked with Annie Ellen Finn no description 1902 Memorial 236/445

FINN, Henry James gardener Angaston 1912 Application 26103

FINN, Henry James gardener Angaston 1924. He transferred to his daughter, Rosie Ella LIDDLE married woman Angaston, real estate containing a 4-room stone cottage valued at £390, together with an orchard worth £35, HJ Finn had lived in Angaston for more than 42 years Application 27323

No 1

FINN, John of Pt Gawler 1861 Memorial 177/178

No 2

FINN, John and Thomas merchants Portland Vic owned land in Penola 1862 Memorial 32/335

No 1

FINN, John Richard carpenter Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 64/111

FINN, John Richard carpenter Queenstown 1856 Memorial 131/111

FINN, John Richard married Elizabeth SCOTT spinster, on 30/8/1835 West Ham parish church, Essex, England. Their eldest child, Richard John Finn, was born 1/6/1836 at Poplar, Middlesex, England, where John Finn was a joiner. The family emigrated to SA, where they lived at Pt Adelaide, and then shifted to Coventry St, Emerald Hill Vic. JR Finn died 22/4/1860 intestate. His eldest son, RJ Finn, inherited as heir at law. Application 9346

FINN, Richard John carpenter Emerald Hill Vic, power of attorney to James WILLIAMS carpenter Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA estates 8/7/1864 Deposit 284/1864

No 1

FINN, Stephen Goldup farmer Adelaide, 21 year lease from Charles FLAXMAN Esquire Adelaide of land in the Wiltshire Special Survey 1842 Memorial 319/2

FINN, Stephen Goldup farmer pt Section 2725 Wiltshire Special Survey 1846 Memorial 202/7

FINN, Stephen Goldup stockholder Trial Hill near Rowlands Flat 1855 Memorial 139/93

FINN, Stephen Goldup stockholder Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1857 Grant Book 1 Page 47 County Adelaide

FINN, Stephen Goldup stockholder Barossa Hills 1860 Memorial 108/164

FINN, Stephen Goldup stockholder Barossa Mount and Mary Ann Finn his wife 1865 Memorial 170/203

FINN, Stephen Goldup formerly stockholder Barossa East but now gentleman Goodwood 1877 Memorial 170/296

FINN, Stephen Goldup Esquire formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of Adelaide 1877 Memorial 230/302

FINN, William blacksmith Hookina. Trustee Cemetery Hookina (Hundred of Barndioota) allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 66 Page 106 County Blachford

FINN, William Thomas George blacksmith Farina Out of Hundreds. Lyndhurst (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1896 Grant Book 65 Page 278 County Not named

FINNIS, JM clerk to W DEARMAN solicitor Adelaide 1877 Memorial 203/341

No 1

FINNISS, Boyle Travers Esquire formerly of Bedford St, Covent Gardens, London, Middlesex, England, but now of Adelaide 1839. Enrolment 55/28

FINNISS, Hon Boyle Travers Vice-President of the Savings Bank of SA 1853 Memorial 451/60

FINNISS, Boyle Travers Esquire Finniss Brook 1855 Memorial 349/97

FINNISS, C bank manager Kadina 1872 Memorial 141/261

FINNISS, Matthew Henry accountant the Burra Burra Mines 1858 Memorial 222/147

FINTON, Dennis labourer Fourth Creek eldest son and heir at law of Edmund Finton labourer formerly of Hectorville 1860. Michael Finton labourer Fourth Creek also mentioned Memorial 325/165

No 1

FINTON, Edmund labourer Hectorville 1858 Memorial 147/143

FINTON, Edmund labourer Hectorville died c1878 intestate. Husband of Ellen Finton. His eldest son and heir at law called Dennis Finton labourer Hectorville Application 16901

FINTON, Edmund labourer Hectorville, died c1859 intestate. He left his eldest son, Dennis Finton labourer Fourth Creek 1860 as heir at law. Ellen Finton widow Hectorville was Edmund Finton's widow. Another son appeared to be Michael Finton labourer Fourth Creek 1877 Application 16027

FINTON, Edmund labourer Hectorville died c1878 intestate. Husband of Ellen Finton. Father of Dennis Finton labourer Hectorville, his eldest son and heir at law Application 16901

FINUCANE, John Jeremiah hairdresser Adelaide 1883 Memorial 52/362

FIORAVANTI, Alessandro gardener Marden 1946 Memorial 131/520

FIRMIN, Frederick C schoolmaster Skillogolee Creek 1868 Memorial 15/229

No 1

FIRMINGER, William brickmaker Norwood 1850[-1854] Memorial 196/28

FIRMINGER, William bricklayer formerly of Norwood but now [of Kent Town??] 1863 Memorial 90/189

FIRNHABER, Carl Eduard gold and silver smith North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 451/14 Jeweller Union St, North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 126/28 Jeweller Adelaide 1854 Memorial 107/65

FIRTH, Benjamin farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 461/29

FIRTH, James farmer Leasingham 1879 Memorial 167/315

No 1

FIRTH, John farmer Dalore Co Stanley 1848 Memorial 332/10

FIRTH, John farmer Watervale 1854 Memorial 155/73

FIRTH, John farmer formerly of this province but now of parts beyond the sea 1865 Application 6017

FIRTH, John formerly farmer Leasingham but now produce merchant Broken Hill NSW 1902 Memorial 133/445

No 1

FIRTH, Peter clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 148/68

FIRTH, Peter clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide (North Tce) 1851 Memorial 18/275

FIRTH, Peter clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1856 Memorial 102/97

FIRTH, Susan widow 1 Exmouth Rd, Exeter 1959 Application 29335

No 1

FISCHER, Alwin Hugo Eusebius tinsmith North Adelaide 1875 Memorial 225/283

FISCHER, Alwin Hugo Eusebius plumber North Adelaide 1882 Memorial 65/342

FISCHER, Anton farmer Tanunda 1859 Memorial 148/163

FISCHER, August farmer Pt Gawler 1859 Application 963

FISCHER, August Johann Julius upholsterer Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 162/49 Mattress maker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 71/48

FISCHER, Caroline widow Torrens Ave, Lockleys, died 21/9/1943 Strathalbyn. Mother of George William Mervyn Fischer Commonwealth clerk 44 Ormonde Grove, Toorak and Clarence Ludwig Fischer no description 1946 Memorial 196/519

FISCHER, Catherine Harding widow Russell St, Quarry Hill, Bendigo Vic relict of the late Silas Fischer 1899 Memorial 109/439

FISCHER, Detlef Ludwig Theodor gardener Bugle Ranges 1851 Memorial 53/30 Farmer Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 27/79

No 1

FISCHER, Edmund Hermann Friedrich Eusebius, Paul Edmund Hermann Fischer and Julius Emil Fischer saddlers Adelaide (Hindley St) linked with Hugo Emil Wilhelm Fischer saddler formerly of Hindley St, Adelaide but now of Perth WA trading under the style or firm of E Fischer & Sons Ltd of Hindley St, Adelaide 1913 Memorial 111/469

FISCHER, Edmund Hermann Diedrich Eusebius saddler formerly of Hindley St, Adelaide but now of 49 Foster St, Parkside liquidator of the firm of E Fischer & Sons Ltd 1915 Memorial 188/472

FISCHER, Edmund Hermann Friedrich Eusebius saddler formerly of Hindley St, Adelaide, but now of 49 Foster St, Parkside 1923 Memorial 165/488

FISCHER, Ernest Hague and Ludwig Wilhelm Fischer linked with Block Y Hundred of Brinkley Co Sturt 1901 Memorial 71/442

No 1

FISCHER, Ernst Valentin gunsmith Adelaide (Flinders St) 1858 Memorial 102/135

FISCHER, Ernst Valentin machinist Adelaide 1878 Memorial 198/308

FISCHER, Ernst Valentin engineer Flinders St, Adelaide 1882 Application 19407

FISCHER, Ernst Valentin engineer formerly of Adelaide but now of Glenelg 1894 Memorial 143/420

FISCHER, Ernst Valentin formerly engineer Adelaide but now out of business Glenelg 1914 Memorial 73/470

FISCHER, Ernst Valentin gentleman Byron St, Glenelg, died 28/8/ 1914 intestate and a widower. Father of George Alfred Fischer medical practitioner Adelaide (Flinders St). Estate worth £14,073. No distribution of assets 'shall be made during the War to any beneficiary or creditor who is a German Austro-Hungarian, Turkish or Bulgarian subject wherever resident … without the express sanction of the Crown' Memorial 174/473

FISCHER, Francis Joseph solicitor Adelaide 1888[-1902] Memorial 80/391

No 1

FISCHER, Franz farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 186/52

FISCHER, Franz farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 494/54

FISCHER, Franz farmer formerly of Schönborn but now of St Kitts 1858 Memorial 236/142

No 1

FISCHER, Frederick farmer Croydon 1869 Memorial 181/238

FISCHER, Frederick tanner Adelaide 1876[-1878] Memorial 52/306

FISCHER, Friedrich tanner Adelaide, died 8/11/1894. His widow, Elizabeth Fischer of Croydon, died 7/4/1901. She left her £700 estate to her three daughters - Henrietta BUSHELL wife of Hansford Bushell clerk North Adelaide, and Isabella Lucretia Fischer and Edith Fischer spinsters Croydon. Also three sons mentioned without description - Albert Charles Fischer, Frederick Fischer, and Otto George Fischer Application 28275

No 1

FISCHER, Fritz farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 210/90

FISCHER, Fritz farmer formerly of Mt Barker but now of Bugle Ranges 1856 Memorial 9/108

FISCHER, Friedrich labourer Dutton Hundred of Dutton land grant 1911 Grant Book 17 Page 98 County Eyre

No 1

FISCHER, Friedrich Theodor farmer Bremer Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1863 Grant Book 37 Page 76 County Hindmarsh

FISCHER, Friedrich Theodor farmer Lake Alexandrina 1875[-1883] Memorial 202/280

FISCHER, Friedrich Theodor farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1887 Application 21139

No 1

FISCHER, George yeoman Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 192/56

FISCHER, George farmer Hahndorf 1856 Memorial 267/103

FISCHER, George formerly farmer Hahndorf but then farmer The Bremer 1857 Memorial 205/119

FISCHER, George of Mt Gambier late 1862. He had moved away a year later Application 4567

FISCHER, George of Horsham Vic 1876 Application 15147

FISCHER, George formerly yeoman Hahndorf but then farmer Horsham Vic 1883 Application 19947

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

FISCHER, George miner Hahndorf 1855 Memorial 57/82

No 3

FISCHER, George gentleman Tanunda 1854 Memorial 158/70

FISCHER, George publican Tanunda 1857 Memorial 316/127

FISCHER, George licensed victualler Tanunda 1861 Application 2529

FISCHER, George publican took over the assigned lease of The Pier Hotel, Glenelg 'preserving unto the use of … Henry MOSELY … the use of the Flagstaff situate on top of the Hotel during the term of his then present mail contract with the P & O Company and the right … to enter the Hotel at all reasonable times for the purpose of using the said Flagstaff' 1873 Memorial 106/270

FISCHER, George Alfred medical practitioner Adelaide (Flinders St) 1918 Application 26658

No 1

FISCHER, Gottlieb farmer Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 90/60

FISCHER, Gottlieb gardener Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 106/150

FISCHER, Gottlieb formerly gardener but then labourer Hahndorf 1882[-1901] Applications 19197, 24184

FISCHER, Gustav linked with Section 6 Hundred of Baldina Co Burra 1887 Memorial 125/383

No 1

FISCHER, Heinrich farmer Pt Gawler 1859 Application 964

No 2

FISCHER, Heinrich storeman Lobethal 1879 Memorial 40/314

FISCHER, Heinrich August farmer Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1912 Grant Book 6 Page 55 County Buccleuch

FISCHER, Hugo company director 224 Hay St, Subiaco WA, aged 82 in 1958, declared that he used to be a director of Hugo Fischer Ltd, a WA Company which owned a flour mill at Gawler between 1925-1940. When the company went into voluntary liquidation, Jeffs Bros agreed to purchase the Gawler business. Hugo Fischer's brother, Emil Fischer, used to manage the Gawler Mill for Hugo Fischer Ltd. E Fischer had died by 1958. Hugo Fischer used to visit Gawler periodically to inspect the mill Application 29300

FISCHER, Hugo Wilhelm Gustav railway porter Norwood 1948 Application 28616

FISCHER, Johann Friedrich farmer Light Pass 1907 Memorial 120/458

FISCHER, Johann Friedrich Gotthilf farmer Bowhill. Hundred of Bowhill land grant 1914 Grant Book 6 Page 3 County Buccleuch

FISCHER, Johann Gottfried farmer Gawler River near Angaston 1864 Application 5690

FISCHER, JM JP of Langhorne Creek 1902 Memorial 42/445

No 1

FISCHER, Johann Wilhelm farmer Hahndorf. Hundred of Moorooroo land purchase 1852 Memorial 213/44

FISCHER, Johann Wilhelm farmer formerly of Hahndorf but now of Grünberg 1863 Application 3904

No 1

FISCHER, Justus Wilhelm Christian farmer The Bremer 1865, linked with Detlef Ludwig Theodor Fischer farmer Bugle Ranges. Friedrich Theodor Fischer also mentioned Application 6747

FISCHER, Justus Wilhelm Christian farmer Bugle Ranges Hundred of Baker land grant 1865 Grant Book 53 Page 202 County Russell

FISCHER, Justus Wilhelm Christian farmer Lake Alexandrina Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 122 County Sturt

FISCHER, Justus Wilhelm Christian farmer Lake Alexandrina Hundred of Freeling land grant 1870 Grant Book 58 Page 14 County Sturt

FISHER, Daniel gentleman Norwood Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 132a County Robe

FISCHER, Justus Wilhelm Christian farmer Langhorne Creek 1893 Memorial 193/418

No 1

FISCHER, Ludwig Wilhelm farmer Langhorne Creek 1893 Memorial 193/418

FISCHER, Ludwig Wilhelm agent Strathalbyn 1912 Memorial 176/466

No 1

FISCHER, Rudolph of Maitland 1882 Memorial 113/346

FISCHER, Rudolph auctioneer Maitland 1885 Memorial 115/370

FISCHER, Rudolph Reinhold farmer Friedrichswalde Co Light. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 11 County Burra

FISCHER, Sydney Anton Ludwig electrical engineer North Adelaide (145 Strangways Tce) changed his name to Sydney Antony FISHER 1915 Memorial 87/473

FISH, George licensed victualler formerly of North Adelaide but now of Hindley St, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 464/60

FISHER, Albert Charles leather merchant Adelaide (Leigh St) 1905 Memorial 16/453

No 1

FISHER, Alexander Frederick leather merchant Adelaide 1879[-1882] Memorial 13/319, Application 19184

FISHER, Alexander Frederick leather merchant Adelaide had to assign all his interest in a 300 acre property known as Pinewood Park Estate in the Hundred of Bremer. The estate ran 123 head of cattle, 1,700 sheep and two horses. Household goods also included in assigned list. Reason for assignment to Edward Reid DENDY grazier Adelaide not clear 1882 Memorial 96/346

FISHER, Archibald tailor Adelaide Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1859 Grant Book 27 Page 249 County Gawler

FISHER, Alfred wood merchant Fisher St, Norwood 1909 Application 25645

FISHER, Alfred George clerk Kapunda 1885 Memorial 226/370

FISHER, Anne widow Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 89 County Victoria

FISHER, Anne spinster Pinda 1885 Memorial 97/367

No 1

FISHER, Benjamin accountant Adelaide 1884[-1885] Memorial 110/362, Application 20740

FISHER, Benjamin stock and station agent Adelaide 1908[-1911] Memorial 227/45

No 1

FISHER, Cecil Talbot gentleman The Glynde 1906 Application 25238

FISHER, Cecil Talbot gentleman The Glynde 1915[-1918] Memorial 6/473

No 1

FISHER, Charles carpenter Adelaide 1855[-1875] Memorial 431/82

FISHER, Charles carpenter formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Unley Park 1868 Application 9530

No 2

FISHER, Charles and Daniel corn factors Adelaide 1855 Memorial 96/87

FISHER, Charles corn factor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 339/105

FISHER, Charles corn dealer and seedsman Oberlin House, Gilberton 1859 Memorial 153/276

FISHER, Charles merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 26 County Daly

FISHER, Charles gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Moonta township (Hundred of Wallaroo) allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 101 County Daly

FISHER, Charles corn merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1865 Application 5928

FISHER, Charles merchant Adelaide 1867 Application 8834

FISHER, Charles corn merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 431 County Victoria

No 3

FISHER, Charles farmer Great North Road 1855[-1879] Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 102/90

FISHER, Charles farmer Templers 1859[-1877] Memorial 241/158

FISHER, Charles farmer formerly of Templers but now of Yanyarrie 1880 Memorial 76/324

FISHER, Charles farmer linked with Susannah Fisher widow both of Yanyarrie 1886 Memorial 50/379

FISHER, Eliza widow Yanyarrie, relict of the late Charles Fisher formerly farmer Yanyarrie but now deceased 1890 Application 21828

No 4

FISHER, Charles carpenter Unley Park 1860 Memorial 146/166

No 5

FISHER, Charles gentleman Norwood Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1866 Grant Book 26 Page 112 County Gawler

FISHER, Charles merchant Adelaide trustee Public Cemetery Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1871 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

FISHER, Charles merchant Kent Town and Julia Humphrys Fisher his wife 1873[-1876] Memorial 240/267

FISHER, Charles corn merchant Glenelg Balaklava township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 26 Page 213 County Gawler

FISHER, Charles corn merchant Adelaide Balaklava township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 213 County Gawler

FISHER, Charles corn factor Adelaide Balaklava township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 214 County Gawler

No 6

FISHER, Charles farmer Dublin 1881 Memorial 98/345

FISHER, Charles farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881[-1884] Grant Book 26 Page 347 County Gawler

No 1

FISHER, Charles Brown gentleman Lockleys 1842[-1853] Memorial 54/301

FISHER, Charles Brown stockholder Adelaide 1855 Memorial 75/91

FISHER, Charles Brown cattle salesman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 149/124

FISHER, Charles Brown farmer North Rhine 1855 Memorial 260/90

FISHER, Charles Brown stockholder Bundaleah/Bundaleer 1856 Memorial 285/100

FISHER, Charles Brown stockholder Adelaide Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1865 Grant Book 26 Page 236 County Gawler

FISHER, Charles Brown Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1873 Memorial 169/266

FISHER, Charles Brown Esquire Buckland Park near Pt Gawler 1873 Memorial 114/267

FISHER, Charles Brown Esquire formerly of Adelaide 1864 but now of Melbourne Vic 1874 Application 14021

FISHER, Charles Brown Esquire formerly of Lockleys but now of Melbourne Vic. Perhaps linked with WD Fisher sheep farmer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 95/296

FISHER, Charles Brown Esquire formerly of Buckland Park but now of Melbourne Vic 1883 Memorial 85/352

FISHER, Charles Brown grazier The Levels Dry Creek 1901[-1902] Memorial 168/443

FISHER, Charles Hedley Phillips merchant Adelaide 1910 Memorial 204/462

FISHER, Culbert farmer Macclesfield 1852[-1855] Memorial 76/43

No 1

FISHER, Daniel corn dealer Adelaide [prob Rundle St] 1851[-1853] Memorial 469/37

FISHER, Daniel gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1857 but now of Norwood 1864 Application 4814

FISHER, Daniel formerly corn dealer Adelaide 1852 but now MP Norwood 1869 Application 10348

FISHER, Daniel gentleman Norwood Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1875[-1876] Grant Book 19 Page 135 County Fergusson

FISHER, Daniel gentleman Norwood Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 132a County Robe

FISHER, Daniel the Elder gentleman formerly of Osmond Tce, Norwood but then of Glenelg, died 2/6/1884. Executors: his sons Daniel Fisher the Younger civil service clerk formerly of Norwood but now of Glenelg and William Hartley Fisher managing clerk clerk Norwood Memorial 203/358

FISHER, Duncan farmer Balaklava 1883 Memorial 70/349

FISHER, Edward Peck storekeeper's assistant Aberdeen near Kooringa 1875 Memorial 63/280

FISHER, Edwin farmer Mallala Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 240 County Gawler

FISHER, Emma Maria married woman formerly of Copperhouse near Kooringa but now of Point Pass 1933 Memorial 79/508

No 1

FISHER, Francis Joseph and CULROSS, William solicitors Adelaide (9 Selborne Chambers, Pirie St) 1885 Application 20400

FISHER, Francis Joseph solicitor Adelaide (Selborne Chambers, Pirie St) 1888 Memorial 202/390

FISHER, Francis J solicitor Adelaide 1894 Memorial 233/420

FISHER, Francis Joseph solicitor Adelaide 1897[-1910] Memorial 12/432

FISHER, Francis Joseph solicitor Adelaide (Cavendish Chambers, Grenfell St) 1914 Application 26290

FISHER, Francis Joseph solicitor Adelaide (Cavendish Chambers, 33 Grenfell St) 1917 Application 26593

No 1

FISHER, Frederick of Hindley St, Adelaide 1848 Memorial 179/13

FISHER, Frederick wine and spirit merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 7 year lease of the Miner's Arms Glen Osmond 'containing a stipulation to erect a kitchen' 1849 Memorial 320/16

FISHER, Frederick and Otto BERGEEST wine and spirit merchants Adelaide co-partners in trade 1850 Memorial 373/25

FISHER, Frederick wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1854 7 year lease of the Saddleworth Hotel for £120 a year Memorial 478/74

FISHER, Frederick licensed victualler North Star Inn, North Road 1855 Memorial 273/90

FISHER, Frederick formerly publican North Star Inn North Road but then farmer Templers, died 15/12/1878. Husband of Susannah Fisher. Brother to Charles Fisher farmer Templers. Son of Mrs Martha TEMPLER now married to William Templer of Templer's Inn. Charles Fisher the Elder farmer Yanyarrie, died 12/10/1886, of cirrhosis of the liver, aged 56. His son, Charles T Fisher the Younger, lived at Yanyarrie as well. By 1930, Mrs Susannah Fisher lived at Carrieton. Associated with Herbert Edward Fisher grazier Carrieton, William Alfred Fisher farmer Eurelia, Robert Ernest Fisher grazier Narracoorte and Elizabeth MENZ married woman Cuming St, Mile End. Albert Frederick Fisher and Frank Richard Fisher also mentioned Memorials 108-111 & 139/503

No 2

FISHER, Frederick Esquire Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 95/38

FISHER, Frederick merchant and commission agent Adelaide became insolvent in 1858 Memorial 224/135

FISHER, Frederick leather merchant Adelaide and Croydon, died 8/11/1894 Croydon. Husband of Elizabeth Fisher. Father of Albert Charles Fisher clerk Rose St, Mile End. Estate worth £3,259/8/0 Memorial 15/453

No 3

FISHER, Fred farmer Brompton 1860 Application 1127

No 1

FISHER, George gentleman Lockleys 1850[-1853] Memorial 298/27

No 2

FISHER, George miner Adelaide 1863 Memorial 207/187

FISHER, George [formerly miner Adelaide but now] of Norwood, died c1865. He left his real estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Fisher, during her widowhood, then to his children - Elizabeth Mary Fisher, George Fisher and John Fisher - in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 195/204

FISHER, George formerly miner Norwood now deceased and Elizabeth Fisher his wife now widow Norwood parents of John Fisher an infant of the age of 18 in 1873. George Fisher blacksmith Norwood probably a member of this family Memorial 167/268

No 3

FISHER, George shepherd Thebarton 1871 Memorial 116/272

No 4

FISHER, George blacksmith linked with John Fisher wheelwright both of Norwood 1876 Memorial 6/295

No 5 – perhaps the same person

FISHER, George farmer Dalkey Co Gawler. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 89 County Victoria

FISHER, George farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 60 Page 226 County Victoria

FISHER, George farmer Georgetown 1897 Memorial 20/432

No 6

FISHER, George accountant Norwood and Marian Fisher his wife 1896 Application 23058

FISHER, Mary Ann widow Norwood 1874 Application 13436

FISHER, GP clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 276/43.

FISHER, George William builder Kent Town 1868 Memorial 7/230

FISHER, GK storekeeper 15 Aragon St, Fullarton Estate 1941 Memorial 118/515

FISHER, Gustav Henry farmer and grazier Sandalwood 1953 Memorial 73/528

No 1

FISHER, Guy solicitor Adelaide 1923[-1930] Memorial 172/488

FISHER, Guy solicitor Adelaide (AMP Chambers 23 King William St) 1927 Application 27598

No 1

FISHER, Henry labourer Copperhouse 1939[-1942]. His wife, Emma Fisher, died 7/11/1939 Memorial 141/516

FISHER, Henry of Copperhouse near Kooringa. His wife, Emma Maria Fisher, died 7/11/1939 Euravale Station east of Kooringa. Mother of Gladys Fisher, Mavis Fisher and Reta Australia Fisher. Daughter of the late Friedericke NEINDORF of Quorn. Executor; Fred DEW formerly farmer Bluebell Farm near Kooringa but now out of business Aberdeen near Kooringa Memorial 38/514

FISHER, Henry John farm assistant Tintinara. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1907[-1915] Grant Book 10 Page 101 County Cardwell

No 1

FISHER, Hurtle stockholder Lockleys, power of attorney to Charles Brown Fisher stockholder Lockleys, to manage his SA business affairs 6/4/1861 Deposit 90/1861.

No 2

FISHER, Hurtle farmer Yanyarrie 1887 Memorial 241/383

FISHER, Isaac labourer Millbrook 1858[-1869] Memorial 165/144

No 1

FISHER, Isaac Alfred plumber Croydon linked with Thomas Fisher carpenter Croydon 1879 Memorial 190/313

FISHER, Isaac Alfred plumber Croydon 1879[-1904] Memorial 98/320, Application 24710

FISHER, Isabella Lucretia and Edith spinsters Port Road, Croydon 1929 Application 27731

No 1

FISHER, James formerly of Adelaide but now residing at Duke St, London, Middlesex, England 1869 Memorial 126/238

No 2

FISHER, James packer Edwardstown 1901[-1902] Memorial 19/444

FISHER, James storeman Edwardstown 1925 Application 27373

No 1

FISHER, James Hurtle Commissioner of Crown Lands in SA 1837 Memorial 53/62

FISHER, James Hurtle solicitor Adelaide (Stephens Place) 1844 Memorial 375/3

FISHER, Sir James Hurtle Knight Adelaide, left his entire estate to his daughter, Marianne nee Fisher spinster Adelaide 1867 Application 20234

No 1

FISHER, John farmer Lyndoch Valley 1852 Memorial 313/149

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

FISHER, John farmer Skillogolee Creek 1853[-1877] Memorial 311/53

FISHER, John farmer Skillogolee Creek Hundred of Alma land grant 1860 Grant Book 26 Page 17 County Gawler

FISHER, John farmer Section 170 Hundred of Alma Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 74 County Stanley

FISHER, John the Elder linked with John Fisher the Younger and Thomas Fisher all farmers Skillogolee Creek 1872 Memorial 249/257

FISHER, John farmer [formerly of Upper Wakefield but now of] Lower Wakefield 1856 Memorial 24/106

FISHER, John farmer Lower Wakefield Special Survey 1857 Memorial 146/125

No 3

FISHER, John surgeon Salisbury 1854[-1873] Memorial 22/68

FISHER, John surgeon Kadina 1873 Application 13180

FISHER, John surgeon Kadina 1874[-1875] Memorial 168/276

FISHER, John surgeon formerly of Salisbury 1861 but now of Kadina 1874 Application 13633

FISHER, John surgeon Salisbury, died 6/1/1879. Husband of Lilla Fisher Application 24767

No 4

FISHER, John farmer Gumeracha 1855 He took over the lease of a 380 acre farm called The Grange, which RL HALL owned Memorial 353/85

FISHER, John farmer The Grange Goodwood Road 1856 Memorial 340/133

No 5 – perhaps the same person

FISHER, John farmer Section 170 Hundred of Alma Co Gawler. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 74 County Stanley

FISHER, John farmer Auburn 1885 Application 20481

No 6

FISHER, John farmer near Dalkey Co Gawler. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 87 County Victoria

FISHER, John Francis Gordon farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 56 County Chandos

FISHER, John Frederick the Younger farmer Yanyarrie 1898 Memorial 100/435

FISHER, John J of Truro 1869 Memorial 242/236

FISHER, Jonathan farmer Apoinga near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1909 Grant Book 8 Page 65 County Burra

No 1

FISHER, Joseph tailor Adelaide 1842 Memorial 4/278

No 2

FISHER, Joseph writer Adelaide (Wright St) 1849 Memorial 367/16

No 1

FISHER, Joseph gentleman Adelaide attorney for John RIDLEY Esquire formerly of Hindmarsh but now of parts beyond the seas 1873 Application 12853

FISHER, Hon Joseph Esquire Adelaide 1880 Application 18123

FISHER, Joseph gentleman Trustee for the City Permanent Building and Investment Society Adelaide 1880 Application 18320

FISHER, Joseph gentleman Adelaide, local attorney for Anthony FORSTER Esquire of parts beyond the sea 1882 Application 19491

No 1

FISHER, Joshua storekeeper Adelaide (Morphett St) 1841 and Hannah Fisher his wife [likely remarried to William JOHNS]; children Joseph Fisher and Elizabeth Fisher; nephew Thomas MELLOR of Adelaide. Joshua Fisher owned land in Adelaide, Brighton, Hindmarsh, Duttontown near Marion and the Yankalilla district Memorial 110/47

FISHER, Joshua storekeeper Morphett St, Adelaide, died Sep 1841. He left He left his hotel on allotment 71 Hindmarsh and the unsold portions of Town Acre 461 Brown St, Adelaide, to his son, Joseph Fisher, when he turned 18. Freehold Section in the Hundred of Yankalilla and allotments in Marion to his daughter, Elizabeth GARSED, wife of William GARSED Norwood, to inherit when she turned 21 Enrolment 35/14

FISHER, Lambert fruit salesman Parkside changed his name to Lambert William Cecil DEARSLEY 1924 Memorial 184/489

FISHER, Leonard Albert station employe Mintaro 1953 Memorial 66/528

FISHER, Lewis blacksmith Saddleworth 1903 Memorial 204/447

FISHER, Lewis Henry and William Alfred Fisher farmer Eurelia 1900 Memorial 83/441

FISHER, Marianne spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of Christchurch New Zealand 1885 Memorial 99/365

No 1

FISHER, Marker Nathaniel gentleman Alberton 1849 Memorial 75/98

FISHER, Marker Nathaniel gentleman [formerly of Alberton but now of] Adelaide 1854 Memorial 28/73

FISHER, Mary married woman Hundred of Yanyarrie 1894 Memorial 61/420

FISHER, Mary Emma widow 42 Stevenson St, Nailsworth, died 9/7/1948 Memorial 7/524

FISHER, Noel Russell grazier Cockatoo Valley 1927 Application 27577

FISHER, Percival law clerk Adelaide 1874 Memorial 163/275

No 1

FISHER, Richard mariner Pt Adelaide 1852. Enrolment 57/24

FISHER, Richard mariner Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 240/75

FISHER, Richard mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1855[-1860] Memorial 406/90

FISHER, Richard fisherman formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Wallaroo 1867 Application 8830

No 1

FISHER, Robert printer Adelaide (Gouger St) 1839[-1841] Memorial 462/6

FISHER, Robert printer Adelaide 30/6/1841 now late of Adelaide 1/7/1841 Application 4512

No 1

FISHER, Robert Guthrie Duncan carpenter 10 Levi St, Woodville West 1948 Memorial 14/523

FISHER, Robert Guthrie Duncan carpenter formerly of 10 Levi St, Woodville West now of 5 Gill St, Kelmscott 1950 Application 28757

No 1

FISHER, Samuel farmer Mt Pleasant 1858 Memorial 244/155

FISHER, Samuel farmer and William Fisher shoemaker both of Mt Pleasant 1859 Memorial 36/158

FISHER, Samuel mason near Mt Pleasant. Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 110/297

FISHER, Samuel mason Tungkillo, died 14/10/1899. His estate to his wife, Esther Fisher, in trust for life or so long as she remained his widow, then absolutely in remainder expectant to his daughter, Lucy Ann VERRALL wife of John Verrall gardener The Hermitage Houghton 1900 Application 24091

No 2

FISHER, Samuel currier Bowden 1873 Memorial 134/265

No 1

FISHER, Seth farmer Mitcham 1858 Memorial 97/142

FISHER, Seth labourer Mitcham 1860 Application 1106

FISHER, Seth farmer Mitcham and Mary Ann Fisher his wife 1860. Seth Fisher died c1868 Memorial 9/234

No 1

FISHER, Thomas gunsmith Adelaide 14/12/1838 Application 5258

FISHER, Thomas waterman Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 225/28

FISHER, Thomas mariner Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 193/68

FISHER, Thomas carter Pt Adelaide 1856[-1868] Memorial 275/109

FISHER, Thomas drayman Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 142/155

FISHER, Thomas formerly waterman 1850 but now carrier Pt Adelaide 1867 Application 8848

FISHER, Thomas carter Pt Adelaide 1894. His wife, Mary Ryan Fisher, died 17/9/1894 Memorial 203/422

FISHER, Thomas out of business Pt Adelaide, died in 1895. Father of Charles Henry Fisher carrier Pt Adelaide (the executor) and Agnes TONKS Application 24033

No 2 - likely to be the same person

FISHER, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1840 Application 3458

FISHER, Thomas carpenter Bowden 1850[-1853] Memorial 413/25

FISHER, Thomas yeoman Croydon 1855[-1857] Memorial 264/88

FISHER, Thomas carpenter Croydon 1864 Memorial 294/198

No 3

FISHER, Thomas farmer Balaklava 1883 Memorial 88/354

No 4

FISHER, Thomas plumber Croydon 1887 Application 21208

FISHER, Thomas Edward insurance inspector Prospect 1913 Memorial 145/468

No 1

FISHER, William merchant formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1848 Memorial 369/11

No 2

FISHER, William Acting Manager National Bank of Australasia Kadina 1861 Memorial 344/177

No 3 - perhaps the same person

FISHER, William farmer Section 17 Hundred of Light 1859 Application 294

FISHER, William farmer The Light Hundred of Light land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 171 County Light

FISHER, William farmer Section 220 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1862 Application 2778

FISHER, William of near Freeling 1865 Application 5938

FISHER, William farmer Flagstaff Farm near Freeling Hundred of Grace land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 42 County Gawler

FISHER, William of Freeling, died 1879. Father of Edwin Fisher farmer Balaklava and John Fisher builder Saddleworth Memorial 90/318

No 4

FISHER, William tanner Kent Town 1872 Memorial 29/262

No 5 - perhaps the same person

FISHER, William labourer Portland Estate 1874[-1876] Memorial 228/276

FISHER, William stevedore Portland Estate 1876 Application 15170

FISHER, William labourer Portland Estate 1894 Application 22642

FISHER, William stevedore Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 210/382

No 6

FISHER, William clerk to Robert Mellor solicitor Pt Augusta 1880 Memorial 86/326

No 7

FISHER, William telegraph station master Overland Corner 1884[-1885] Memorial 80/362

No 1

FISHER, William Dundas sheepfarmer Adelaided Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1863 Grant Book 23 Page 51 County Frome

FISHER, William Dundas sheep farmer Adelaide 1864 Memorial 337/199

FISHER, William Dundas [formerly sheep farmer Adelaide but now] Esquire Melbourne Vic 1876 Memorial 72/296

FISHER, William Edward farmer Mt Lofty 1866 Memorial 134/216

FISHER, William Joseph schoolmaster Jetty St, Grange 1927, declared that he used to live on South Rd, Edwardstown between 1893-1897, before moving to another home a quarter of a mile away. His father continued to live at that address and WJ Fisher used to drive him to and from Adelaide every working day for 14 years Application 27635

FISHLOCK, George farmer Western Branch of the Onkaparinga 1858 Memorial 338/136

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FISHLOCK, James farmer Western Branch near Woodside 1853[-1854] Memorial 109/47

FISHLOCK, James farmer Balhannah 1854 Memorial 9/69

FISHLOCK, James labourer Woodside 1856 Memorial 245/100

FISHLOCK, James farmer formerly of near Balhannah 1854 now of near Woodside 1864 Application 4836

FISHLOCK, William Lance railway employe Nairne and Gladys Ruby Fishlock his wife 1952 Memorial 32/528

FISK, Elizabeth of Dale St, Pt Adelaide, died c1912. Executor; Samuel Adolphus Fisk sales manager Adelaide Memorial 191/481

No 1

FISK, John William plumber Adelaide 1872 Memorial 48/259

FISK, John William plumber Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1882 Memorial 63/356

FISK, Samuel Adolphus sales manager Adelaide 1920[-1934] Memorial 176/481, Application 27815

No 1

FISK, William gentleman Adelaide and Emma Fisk his wife formerly Emma WHITE widow of the late James White formerly gentleman Bay Road now deceased 1881 Memorial 73/330

FISK, Emma wife of William Fisk gentleman Lawn Cottage Halifax St, Parkside, died 1881. Formerly the widow of James WHITE gentleman Bay Road Memorial 110/335 & Application 27060

FITALL, Robert carpenter Adelaide 1841 Application 23296

FITCH, Adam farmer Edwardstown 1866 Application 8032

No 1

FITCH, George farmer Deep Creek near Strathalbyn 1882 Memorial 7/340

FITCH, George farmer Rockbottom near Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1884 Memorial 125/358

FITCH, George out of business near Strathalbyn, died 26/5/1899. Husband of Susannah Fitch. Father of John George Fitch, Agnes Edith Fitch, May Anne EDMONDS, Susannah CLARK and Sarah STOWE Memorial 204/438

FITCH, Harold Gay formerly draper Adelaide (Rundle St) but now manufacturer's agent Adelaide (Charles St) linked with Frank Lamburn Fitch out of business Toorak 1937 Memorial 86/511

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FITCH, John Thomas draper Adelaide 1854[-1880] Memorial 470/70

FITCH, JT draper Adelaide (Tavistock St) 1854 Memorial 164/168, Application 19421

FITCH, John Thomas the Elder draper Adelaide, died 15/5/1902. Father of JT the Younger draper Adelaide, Alice CRAWFORD wife of Robert Heyn Crawford grocer Adelaide and Florence Fitch spinster Adelaide Memorial 33/446

FITCH, John Thomas the Younger draper Adelaide (Rundle St), died 19/6/1924. Linked with Frank Lamburn Fitch accountant North Adelaide Memorial 44/531

No 1

FITCH, Joseph labourer Black Forest 1861 Memorial 26/178

FITCH, Joseph labourer near Edwardstown 1861 Application 2609

FITCH, Joseph gardener Edwardstown 1883 Application 19263

FITTER, Heinrich farmer near Sheaoak Log 1854[-1856] Memorial 296/69

No 1

FITTS, James Weston inkeeper Pt Augusta 1877 Memorial 140/300

FITTS, James Weston inkeeper Pt Augusta, declared a bankrupt in 1878 Memorial 30/344

FITTS, James Weston licensed victualler Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 227 County Manchester

FITZCHILD, Alfred Fryett storekeeper Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 351/20

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FITZGERALD, Catherine farmer Yarrah linked with John James Fitzgerald farmer Yarrah 1886 Memorial 148/373

FITZGERALD, Catherine of Freshwater Well 1889 Memorial 154/395

No 1

FITZGERALD, Christopher labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 161 County Dalhousie

FITZGERALD, Christopher farmer Pekina. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1887 Grant Book 13 Page 54 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FITZGERALD, Denis son of John Fitzgerald both farmers Port Road 1853 Memorial 335/47

FITZGERALD, Denis farmer Port Road 1853 Memorial 157/59

FITZGERALD, Dennis farmer Section 2400 Pine Creek Stockport Co Light 1854[-1859] Memorials 367/78 & 65/150

FITZGERALD, Denis farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Section 2400 Co Light 1861 Memorial 276/171

FITZGERALD, Denis farmer Hundred of Gilbert linked with Gerald Fitzgerald farmer near Stockport 1866 Memorial 154/221

FITZGERALD, Denis farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 74 County Victoria

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FITZGERALD, Denis farmer Wirreanda Co Granville 1886 Memorial 147/374

FITZGERALD, Donald boundary rider Penola 1878 Application 16926

No 1

FITZGERALD, Edmund farmer near Morchard Co Dalhousie 1881 Memorial 196/331

No 2

FITZGERALD, Edmund farmer Kooringa Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 42 County Kimberley

FITZGERALD, E farmer Hundred of Lancelot 1882 Memorial 120/339

No 3

FITZGERALD, Edmund and William labourers Booborowie Co Victoria Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 591 County Frome

FITZGERALD, Edmund farmer Pinda 1884 Memorial 111/356

No 1

FITZGERALD, Edward solicitor Kooringa 1851 Memorial 262/149 Solicitor Castlemaine Vic 1859 Memorial 261/149

No 2

FITZGERALD, Edward the Elder labourer Vine Tce, Kooringa, died 12/6/1894. Husband of Johanna Fitzgerald. Executor; Thomas Fitzgerald ganger Vine Tce, Kooringa. Estate worth £370. Johanna Fitzgerald widow Kooringa, died 25/2/1927. Mother of John, Thomas, Edward the Younger, William, Mary, Elizabeth and Ellen Fitzgerald. Estate worth £400 Memorials 77 & 78/497

FITZGERALD, Edward Archie of Hindley St, Adelaide 1889 Memorial 225/398

FITZGERALD, Edward R clerk to JJ DALY solicitor Adelaide 1869 Memorial 122/241

FITZGERALD, Ernest farmer Hundred of Stokes linked with Emma Agnes Fitzgerald widow Hundred of Stokes 1930 Memorial 91/503

FITZGERALD, Garret farmer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 191/350

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FITZGERALD, George labourer Brownhill Creek 1847 Memorial 456/9

FITZGERALD, George farmer Coromandel Valley 1849[-1853] Memorial 489/41 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1853 Memorial 220/62 Farmer Upper Wakefield 1858[-1865] Memorial 167/132

FITZGERALD, George farmer Government Farm 1853 Memorial 329/50

FITZGERALD, George farmer Coromandel Valley 1853 linked with William Fitzgerald farmer Waterloo Farm near Auburn 1872 Application 11882

FITZGERALD, George the Elder farmer Waterloo Farm near Auburn, died 1/1/1863 intestate, of decay of nature, aged 74. His eldest son, George Fitzgerald the Younger farmer Waterloo Farm near Auburn, inherited his father’s estate as heir at law. A family friend, George Edwin WILLIAMS solicitor Auburn, gave this information Application 11882

FITZGERALD, George formerly the Younger linked with William Fitzgerald both farmers near Auburn 1869 Memorial 204/244

FITZGERALD, George farmer Waterloo Farm, near Auburn 1877 Application 16189

FITZGERALD, George farmer near Auburn 1881 Application 18660

FITZGERALD, George farmer farmer formerly of Upper Wakefield now of near Auburn 1903 Application 24633

FITZGERALD, George farmer formerly of Coromandel Valley but now of Auburn 1911 Application 25941

No 1

FITZGERALD, Gerald farmer Para Plains linked with Maurice Fitzgerald farmer near Salisbury 1862[-1863] Memorial 268/182

FITZGERALD, Gerald farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains 1861 but now of Hamley Bridge 1873 Application 12828

FITZGERALD, Gerald farmer Hamley Bridge 1873 Memorial 79/267

FITZGERALD, Gerald farmer Section 489 Hundred of Balaklava 1881 Memorial 223/328

No 2

FITZGERALD, Gerald gentleman Norwood 1864 Memorial 344/199

FITZGERALD, Gerald farmer Kooringa Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 42 County Kimberley

FITZGERALD, Gerald Joseph farmer Napperby. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1888 Grant Book 60 Page 300 County Victoria

FITZGERALD, Gerald Joseph linked with Section 133 Hundred of Napperby Co Victoria 1889 Memorial 178/399

No 1

FITZGERALD, James the Elder 50 labourer Kapunda (Father: John Fitzgerald) married Bridget Kinnare 27 servant Kapunda (Father: John Kinnare) on 16/7/1858 St John's Kapunda. Witnesses: Patrick Kinnare labourer Kapunda and Bridget CARLY servant St John's. The Fitzgeralds had three children - James Fitzgerald the Younger who died 12/12/1867 Kapunda, after a dray accidentally ran over him, aged 5 years. His father mentioned as a brickmaker Kapunda; also by 1909, Delia WELLS wife of Herbert Inglis Wells general storekeeper Hindmarsh (formerly tanner Adelaide (Father: Henry Wells in 1893) and Susan PAXTON (born 12/3/1861 Victoria township near Kapunda) wife of George Paxton miner Broken Hill, James Fitzgerald died 23/4/1878 Adelaide Destitute Asylum (where he had lived for some years), of senile decay, aged 76. His widow, Bridget Fitzgerald, died 27/6/1909 Milner St, Hindmarsh, of senility, influenza and syncope, aged 87. She had been born in Co Clare, Ireland and had been in SA for 53 years. Application 25699.

FITZGERALD, James farmer Kapunda 1859[-1865] Memorial 64/156

FITZGERALD, James farmer Kapunda father of Michael Fitzgerald, Patrick Fitzgerald of the same place 1858 Memorials 1 & 2/179

FITZGERALD, James brickmaker Kapunda 1864[-1868] Memorial 281/199

FITZGERALD, James formerly brickmaker but now publican Kapunda 1866 Application 7403

FITZGERALD, James licensed victualler Kapunda 1869 Memorial 66/243

No 2

FITZGERALD, James licensed victualler Glen Osmond Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1860 Grant Book 57 Page 102 County Sturt

No 3

FITZGERALD, James farmer Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 10 County Kimberley

FITZGERALD, James mail driver Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 6 County Blachford

FITZGERALD, James H solicitor Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorials 157/26 & 151/38.

FITZGERALD, James Joseph prospector Northern Territory 1873 Memorial 50/269

FITZGERALD, James Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 202/287

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FITZGERALD, John [probably the Elder] tenant farmer Reedbeds 1845. He rented farm land from WH GRAY gentleman Reedbeds Enrolment 43/27

FITZGERALD, John [the Younger who moved to the Gawler Plains by 1853] labourer Adelaide Plains 1846 Memorial 123/65

FITZGERALD, John farmer [formerly of the Reedbeds but now of] Port Road near Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 223/13 Pine Creek Co Light land grant 1849 Memorial 470/46

FITZGERALD, John the Elder and John the Younger farmers Port Road 1851 Memorial 138/29

FITZGERALD, John [the Younger] and Maurice farmers Gawler Plains 1853[-1857] Memorial 209/57 Link with James Henry Fitzgerald solicitor Adelaide Memorial 295/134

FITZGERALD, John the Elder farmer Port Road 1854. Father of Ellen SHINNICK wife of John Shinnick no description. Linked with Maurice Fitzgerald and John Fitzgerald the Younger Memorial 432/64 Also linked with Thomas Fitzgerald farmer Port Road 1854 Memorial 35/65

FITZGERALD, John farmer Port Road 1855[-1861] Memorial 447/91

FITZGERALD, John farmer formerly Port Road near Adelaide 1851 but now of Salisbury 1869. Linked with Maurice Fitzgerald farmer Port Road 1851 Application 10191

FITZGERALD, John [the Elder] farmer Port Road 1854 had died by 1897. Section 2401 Pine Creek Co Light [near Bethel?] under trust from 1854 for the benefit of his daughter Ellen Shinnick. In 1897, the original trustees, John Fitzgerald the Younger and Maurice Fitzgerald, still alive (no description). Ellen SHINNICK widow near Hawker, who could appoint more trustees, appointed Charles James MCCARTHY gardener Clare and John George Shinnick labourer Broken Hill NSW as new trustees Memorial 52/433

FITZGERALD, John the Younger and Maurice farmers Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 141/95

FITZGERALD, John [the Elder] and Thomas farmers Port Road 1856 Memorial 4/102

FITZGERALD, John [the Younger] and Thomas farmers Gawler Plains 1861 Memorial 121/177

No 2

FITZGERALD, John yeoman Littlehampton 1854[-1855] Memorial 274/73

No 3 - perhaps the same person

FITZGERALD, John publican Kapunda 1877 Memorial 25/300

FITZGERALD, John innkeeper Kapunda 1877 Application 16512

FITZGERALD, John publican Pt Augusta Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 49 Page 166 County Newcastle

FITZGERALD, John licensed victualler Wilson, became a bankrupt in 1882 Memorial 87/343

No 4

FITZGERALD, John teamster Mt Bryan Hundred of Ayers land grant 1877 Grant Book 56 Page 194 County Stanley

No 5

FITZGERALD, John farmer near Morchard 1881 Memorial 195/331

No 6

FITZGERALD, John farmer Crystal Brook 1882 Application 19108

FITZGERALD, John farmer Crystal Brook 1883 Memorial 88/356

No 7

FITZGERALD, John farmer Booborowie Co Victoria Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 591 County Frome

No 8

FITZGERALD, John storekeeper Quorn 1886 Memorial 155/375

FITZGERALD, John storekeeper formerly of Quorn 1888 Memorial 99/395

No 9

FITZGERALD, John grocer's assistant Pt Adelaide 1894 Memorial 154/422

No 10

FITZGERALD, John plumber Adelaide 1897 Application 23269

FITZGERALD, John Christopher baker Pt Pirie and Thomas Joseph Fitzgerald dairyman Pt Pirie 1896 Memorial 229/429

No 1

FITZGERALD, John Robert of the Hundred of Napperby 1889 Memorial 27/399

FITZGERALD, John Robert farmer Napperby linked with Honoria Fitzgerald widow Tarlee 1889 Memorial 126/400

FITZGERALD, Laurence farmer Adelaide leased Section 49 Hundred of Balaklava 1881 Memorial 196/328

No 1

FITZGERALD, Margaret Ann widow Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 131/275

FITZGERALD, Margaret Ann widow formerly of the Hundred of Pt Adelaide but now of Salisbury 1880 Memorial 230/320

FITZGERALD, Mary widow Salisbury 1871 Memorial 18/256

FITZGERALD, Mary Ann widow Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 59/286

No 1

FITZGERALD, Maurice farmer Port Road 1851[-1854] Memorial 139/29

FITZGERALD, Maurice farmer Munno Para 1852 Memorial 327/39.

FITZGERALD, Maurice farmer Gawler Plains 1856[-1861] Linked with John Fitzgerald the Younger farmer Gawler Plains Memorial 18/106 Farmer near Stockport Co Light 1861[-1866] Memorial 192/175

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FITZGERALD, Maurice farmer Woolyana 1887 Memorial 53/389

FITZGERALD, Maurice farmer Yarrah 1889 Memorial 214/400

No 1

FITZGERALD, Michael farmer Belvidere 1859 Memorial 330/150

FITZGERALD, Michael farmer Section 527 Hundred of Belvidere 1861 Memorial 267/175

FITZGERALD, Michael farmer Greenock 1866[-1868] Memorial 328/209

FITZGERALD, Michael the Younger labourer Kapunda 1871, son of Michael Fitzgerald the Elder farmer near Kapunda. Michael Fitzgerald the Younger could not write Application 11410

No 2

FITZGERALD, Michael farmer near Hatherleigh Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 31 Page 329 County Grey

No 3

FITZGERALD, Michael labourer Black Rock near Kooringa. Dalton (later Black Rock Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 13 Page 447 County Dalhousie

FITZGERALD, Morris labourer Gawler 1864 Application 5765

FITZGERALD, P of Millicent 1890 Memorial 211/401

No 1

FITZGERALD, Patrick miner Kapunda 1848 Memorial 329/19

FITZGERALD, Patrick [formerly miner but now] farmer Kapunda 1854[-1858] Memorial 385/68

No 2

FITZGERALD, Patrick farmer Kooringa Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 42 County Kimberley

No 3

FITZGERALD, Patrick carter Pt Wallaroo Co Daly. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 391 County Victoria

No 4

FITZGERALD, Patrick farmer Stokes 1911 Application 26038

FITZGERALD, Patrick farmer Hundred of Stokes, died 23/7/1925 Prospect. Husband of Emma Boyd Fitzgerald. Father-in-law of Ambrose WHITE police sergeant Pt Augusta, and William COOPER farmer White's Flat. Estate worth £3,100 Memorial 3/494

No 5

FITZGERALD, Patrick out of business Days Road, Islington 1927 Application 27555

FITZGERALD, Richard of Crystal Brook 1882 Memorial 14/342

FITZGERALD, Sarah cook to Lady MORPHETT of Cummins near Adelaide 1872 Memorial 205/323

No 1

FITZGERALD, Thomas farmer Port Road 1854[-1856] Memorial 227/70

No 2

FITZGERALD, Thomas labourer Littlehampton 1878 Memorial 117/307

FITZGERALD, W & WF of 238 Currie St, Adelaide 1943 Memorial 134/517

FITZGERALD, William farmer near Auburn 1878 Application 16721

FITZGIBBON, Daniel RC clergyman Mt Gambier Co Grey. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 281 County Burra

FITZGIBBON, Michael married Anastasia QUIRK on 6/8/1838 Claurig, 9494Co Carnarvon, Wales. The Fitzgibbons emigrated to VDL. Their eldest son, 9494William Fitzgibbon, was born 2/10/1842 Cleveland VDL.The family 9494emigrated to SA, where Michael was a carpenter at Thebarton by 1842. He 9494purchased land at Thebarton from George and Maria Mayo, and then 9494returned to VDL. The family apparently stayed in SA. Michael Fitzgibbon 9494wheelwright Cleveland died 12/10/1844 Cleveland intestate, from 9494drowning, age not stated. His son William Fitzgibbon inherited the land as 9494heir at law. Mrs Fitzgibbon remarried to John AUGHEY in 1859 at Holy 9494Trinity Adelaide. John Aughey died about seven months later, but she did not remarry again. In 1876, her son, William Fitzgibbon, was a tanner at Gawler Application 15337

No 1 – perhaps the same person

FITZPATRICK, Darby farmer Manoora Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 45 County Kimberley

FITZPATRICK, Darby farmer Hundred of Paratoo Co Herbert 1887 Memorial 17/383

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FITZPATRICK, James licensed victualler Mountain Hut Inn 1854 Memorial 162/67

FITZPATRICK, James the Elder licensed victualler Mountain Hut Hotel on the Mt Barker Road 1860 Hundred of Kanmantoo land purchase Memorial 226/170

FITZPATRICK, James licensed victualler Burnside, died 12/2/1861. Linked with Michael Fitzpatrick labourer Glen Osmond 1881 and Patrick George Fitzpatrick publican Glen Osmond who died 2/10/1874 Memorial 63/336

FITZPATRICK, James [the Elder] publican District of Burnside, died 12/1/1861. He left legacies to Michael Fitzpatrick farmer Hundred of Kanmantoo, also to his sister and brothers, Ellen Fitzpatrick spinster Hundred of Kanmantoo, and Patrick Fitzpatrick publican Mountain Hut District of Burnside. James Fitzpatrick [the Younger?] farmer Kanmantoo mentioned Memorials 213 & 214/179, 61/336

FITZPATRICK, James [formerly the Younger] farmer Bremer River 1864 Memorial 205/199

No 2

FITZPATRICK, James farmer Honeysuckle Flat [perhaps near Nairne in the Mt Barker District] 1860 Memorial 123/170

No 2

FITZPATRICK, James farmer Gilberton 1869[-1882] Memorial 92/239

No 1

FITZPATRICK, John labourer Adelaide 1893 Memorial 66/418

No 2

FITZPATRICK, John labourer Strathalbyn 1921 Memorial 131/483

FITZPATRICK, Keren labourer Thorndon Park 1863 Application 4234

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FITZPATRICK, Michael farmer Glen Osmond and FITZPATRICK, Patrick licensed victualler Glen Osmond 1870, sons of the late James Fitzpatrick. The two sons shared equally in their father's estate, with Michael Fitzpatrick's share to go to Patrick Fitzpatrick after the former's death Application 10976

FITZPATRICK, Michael the Elder out of business Burlington Place off Grote St, Adelaide, died 17/8/1918. Father of Patrick Fitzpatrick dealer Adelaide (Franklin St) and Michael Fitzpatrick the Younger collar maker Adelaide (Gray Court off Wright St) Memorial 483/193

FITZPATRICK, Michael Joseph [formerly the Younger] collarmaker Adelaide (Gray Court), died 26/6/1920 Adelaide Hospital, of injuries received in an accidental collision with a tram car, aged 50 Memorial 186/483

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FITZPATRICK, Patrick of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 278/129

FITZPATRICK, Patrick tobacconist Adelaide (Rundle St) 1865 Memorial 114/233

FITZPATRICK, Patrick tobacconist Adelaide (Rundle St) became a bankrupt 1866 Memorial 153/215

No 2 - perhaps the same person

FITZPATRICK, Patrick farmer Hundred of Belvidere Co Light 1853[-1859] Memorial 38/105

FITZPATRICK, Patrick the Elder farmer Manoora Co Light. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 40 Page 45 County Kimberley

No 3 – perhaps the same person

FITZPATRICK, Patrick police constable Kapunda 1877 Memorial 124/302

FITZPATRICK, Patrick farmer Light River near Kapunda 1885 Memorial 154/366

No 4

FITZPATRICK, Patrick of the Angepena goldfields on a claim south of Native Well 1895 Memorial 78/429

No 5

FITZPATRICK, Patrick farmer Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1937 Grant Book 13 Page 241 County Dalhousie

No 1

FITZPATRICK, Patrick George licensed victualler Glen Osmond, died 2/10/1874 intestate. Letters of administration to Margaret Fitzpatrick, his wife, to settle the estate Memorial 62/336

FITZPATRICK, Margaret widow of Patrick George Fitzpatrick of Section 1278 Survey B Glen Osmond 1881 Application 18905

FITZPATRICK, Thomas yeoman Marion on the Sturt 1852 Memorial 324/43

No 1

FITZPATRICK, Thomas cleaner Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 214 County Dalhousie

No 2

FITZPATRICK, William of Eurelia 1881 Memorial 223/330

FITZPATRICK, William farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 381 County Dalhousie

FITZSIMMONS, Bridget widow Second St, Bowden 1913, declared that she had arrived in SA during 1880, immediately settling at the Semaphore. In 1883, she married, and went to live on the corner of Woolnough Rd, and Collin St, Weymouth. Opposite their home, the local police constable, Michael Shanahan, let her husband, James Fitzsimmons, make bricks on his allotment 21, using frames which the policeman also lent him. Fitzsimmons took sand from a hillock to make the bricks, thus making the allotment level after a time. Fitzsimmons sold the bricks Application 26704

FITZSIMONS, DP of Elizabeth St, Rosewater 1881 Memorial 6/332

No 1

FITZSIMONS, Thomas labourer Clare 1861[-1867] Memorial 262/174

FITZSIMONS, Thomas labourer Clare 1881 Application 18586

FIVEASH, Edward warehouseman Payneham Road 1862 Memorial 258/187

FIVEASH, John Lodwick Rees accountant Adelaide 1883 Memorial 212/347

No 1

FIVEASH, Richard Archibald draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1859 Memorial 78/157

FIVEASH, Richard Archibald draper Adelaide 1863 Memorial 51/187

No 1

FIVEASH, Robert Archibald miller Adelaide 1847 Memorial 491/8

FIVEASH, Robert Archibald draper Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 128/56 Loyal Adelaide Oddfellows Lodge trustee 1854 Memorial 238/74

FIVEASH, Robert Archibald gentleman North Adelaide, died 28/1/1872. His widow, Margaret Fiveash, died 26/8/1885. Their children by 1888 - John Lodowick Rees Fiveash gentleman Adelaide, Robert Henry Fiveash formerly auctioneer's clerk now a bankrupt Adelaide, Frederick Augustus Fiveash clerk Silverton NSW, Mary Emily Fiveash and Rosa Catherine Fiveash spinsters Adelaide Memorial 86/393

FIVEASH, Robert Henry clerk Adelaide 1879[-1885] Memorial 216/317

No 1

FIVEASH, William gentleman Frewville 1878 Memorial 69/312

FIVEASH, William agent Frewville 1880 Application 18305

FIX, Martin farmer Adelaide 1854. Enrolment/

FLADRICH, Christian farmer Rheinthal Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 181 County Sturt

FLAHERTY, Bridget spinster Clare 1870 Application 10694.

FLAHERTY, Christopher Edward stationmaster Cheltenham 1912 Memorial 163/467

FLAHERTY, Edward carpenter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 3/94

FLAHERTY, John labourer Para Wurlie Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 6 County Fergusson

FLAHERTY, Michael farmer Gum Creek Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 40 Page 9 County Kimberley

No 1

FLAHERTY, Roger contractor Gawler 1866 Application 7875.

FLAHERTY, Roger road contractor Gawler 1869 Memorial 50/240

FLAHERTY, Veronica widow 113 Sydenham Rd, Norwood, relict of James John Francis Flaherty no description Application 28368

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FLAMANK, Henry Hill of Salisbury 1909 Memorial 38/462

FLAMANK, Henry Hill railway district foreman Salisbury and Margaret Jane Flamank his wife 1920 Memorial 198/479

FLAMANK, Henry Hill the Elder formerly railway inspector Oodnadatta but then out of business George St, Salisbury, died 24/2/ 1938. His wife, Margaret Jane McKenzie Flamank, died 14/12/1936. Father of Ellena Elizabeth Margaret Flamank, Henry Hill Flamank the Younger, Garnet Andrew Flamank, Joseph Frank Flamank, Stanley George Flamank, Blanche BOUCHER, Violet Lucy WINSTON, James William Flamank, Minnie FORBY, May WHITE, Clara Honey Flamank Memorials 133 & 134/512

FLAMANK, Henry Hill the Elder formerly railway inspector Oodnadatta then George St, Salisbury retired railway inspector or poultry farmer, died 24/2/1938. His wife, Margaret Jane McKenzie Flamank, died 14/12/1936, of senility, aged 73. Born in Newcastle on Tyne, England. In SA 57 years. Married aged 17 years. 5 sons and 6 daughters living; 1 son and 2 daughters deceased. Ellena Elizabeth Margaret Flamank spinster Salisbury was a daughter 1938 Application 28162

FLANAGAN, Annie spinster New Parkside 1922 Memorial 29/504

No 1

FLANAGAN, John labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1872[-1882] Memorial 4/268, Application 19524

FLANAGAN, John farmer Newenham on the Torrens 1882 Memorial 186/339

FLANAGAN, John Martin farmer Newenham 1891 Application 22018

No 1

FLANAGAN, Martin yeoman Newenham on the Torrens 1869 Memorial 2/268 Labourer Newenham on the Torrens 1872[-1873] Memorial 4/268

FLANIGAN, Martin labourer Paradise, died c1890. Father of John Martin Flanigan no description and Ellen WALL wife of Edmund Wall farmer Eurelia. Executor; Thomas FRASER gardener Fourth Creek Memorial 41/407

FLANAGAN, Mary widow Willaston 1865 Memorial 227/204

No 1

FLANAGAN, Patrick labourer Gawler 1857 Memorial 194/124

FLANAGAN, Patrick labourer Willaston 1858 Memorial 349/144

No 2

FLANAGAN, Patrick labourer Hackham 1866 Memorial 206/215

FLANAGAN, Patrick labourer Hackham 1869 Application 9722

FLANAGAN, Patrick labourer Hackham 1872 Application 12458

No 3

FLANAGAN, Patrick farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 189 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps the same person

FLANAGAN, Thomas labourer Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 45 County Dalhousie

FLANAGAN, Thomas linked with Section 7 Hundred of Yanyarrie Co Granville 1880 Memorial 199/327

FLANAGAN, Thomas farmer Appila-Yarrrowie Hundred of Yanyarrie land grant 1884 Grant Book 28 Page 35 County Granville

No 1

FLANAGAN, Thomas labourer Appila-Yarrowie 1903 Memorial 210/447

No 1 - perhaps the same family

FLANNAGAN, Mrs ME licensed victualler Stockport on the Gilbert 1897 Application 23472

FLANNAGAN, Patrick Joseph licensed victualler Globe Hotel Murray St, Gawler 1903 Memorial 40/450

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FLATMAN, Henry labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 245/3

FLATMAN, Henry farmer Noarlunga 1874 Memorial 177/280

FLATMAN, Henry farmer Cherry Gardens 1879[-1898] Memorial 29/325, Application 23530

FLAVEL, Amos Cordley farm servant Booborowie Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 125 County Victoria

FLAVEL, Colin Gordon hotel proprietor Strathalbyn 1956 Application 28803

No 1 - likely to be the same person

FLAVELL, Frederick and John farmers Hundred of Yatala 1856 Memorial 63/110

FLAVEL, Frederick carter Tea Tree Gully linked with Owen Cox Flavel farmer formerly of Tea Tree Gully but now of Clare 1871 Memorial 41/252

FLAVEL, Frederick farmer Tea Tree Gully Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 182 County Stanley

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

FLAVEL, Frederick farmer Broughton (later called Redhill) trustee unnamed School Hundred of Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1872 Grant Book 55 Page 180 County Stanley

No 3 – perhaps a continuation of No 2

FLAVEL, Frederick of Napperby. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 234 County Victoria

FLAVEL, Frederick William farmer Riverton 1912 Memorial 105/468

FLAVEL, James farmer Lameroo. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 33 County Chandos

FLAVEL, George of Langlaagte near Johannesburg on the Witwatersrand goldfields in the South African Republic 1897 Memorial 232/432

FLAVEL, James farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1886[-1889] Grant Book 60 Page 392 County Victoria

No 1

FLAVEL, John farmer Hope Valley 1852[-1854] Memorial 374/41

FLAVEL, John [formerly farmer Hope Valley but now] yeoman Yankalilla 1853[-1855] Memorial 3209/55

FLAVEL, John farmer Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 54/105

No 2 - is this John Flavel the Elder

FLAVEL, John farmer Hope Valley 1853[-1854] Memorial 384/50.

FLAVELL, John farmer Yatala 1854 Memorial 465/66

FLAVELL, John and Owen farmers Hundred of Yatala 1856 Memorial 117/111

FLAVELL, John and Owen farmers Tea Tree Gully 1866 Memorial 62/215

FLAVELL, John farmer formerly of Yatala 1856 but now of Tea Tree Gully 1871 [Possibly the same address?] Application 11213

FLAVEL, John farmer Tea Tree Gully, died 1860s-1870. He left his entire estate in equal shares to his four children - Frederick Flavel, Harriet COX (wife of Benjamin Cox), Owen Cox Flavel, and Keziah Elizabeth HAINES (wife of Henry Haines) Memorial 117/250

FLAVEL, John farmer Tea Tree Gully, died 4/12/1870. By 1871, his children were disposed as follows: Frederick Flavel carter Tea Tree Gully, Harriet COX wife of Benjamin Cox labourer Tea Tree Gully, Heziah Elizabeth HAINES wife of Henry Haines labourer Tea Tree Gully and Owen Flavel carter formerly of Tea Tree Gully but now of Clare Memorial 7/252

No 3

FLAVEL, John farmer Broughton Extension. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Keilli 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

No 4

FLAVEL, John teamster Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 53 County Dalhousie

No 5

FLAVEL, John farmer Lochaber trustee unnamed School Hundred of Lochaber Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1885 Grant Book 29 Page 254 County MacDonnell

No 6

FLAVEL, John manufacturer Norwood 1915 Application 26486.

FLAVEL, John formerly marquee proprietor Norwood but now Governing Director Sea View Road, Henley Beach, aged 90 in 1944

Application 28368

No 1

FLAVELL, Jonathan yeoman Shipley on the Torrens 1849[-1853] Memorial 413/14

FLAVELL, Jonathan labourer formerly of Darley on the Torrens but now of Hectorville 1888. Father of Robert Josiah Flavell gardener Hectorvile Application 21455

No 2

FLAVELL, Jonathan of Bowden 1850[-1859] Memorial 248/27

No 1 –Owen Cox Flavel

FLAVEL, Oliver Bayes farmer Willunga 1922 Memorial 62/486

FLAVEL, Owen farmer Hundred of Yatala 1862 Memorial 292/186

FLAVEL, Owen farmer Broughton. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Broughton 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 495 County Daly

FLAVEL, Owen farmer Broughton Extension. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Keilli 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

FLAVEL, Owen carter Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 366 County Daly

FLAVEL, Owen Cox formerly carter Clare 1871 but now farmer Brompton 1876 Application 15650

No 1

FLAVEL, Reuben labourer Marryatville 1852[-1854] Memorial 344/43

FLAVEL, Reuben labourer Kensington 1854 Memorial 387/63

FLAVEL, Reuben labourer Norwood 1854 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 93/99

FLAVEL, Reuben cowkeeper The Parade, Norwood 1855[-1856] Memorial 279/91

FLAVEL, Reuben labourer Norwood Norwood Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1877 Application 16053

FLAVEL, Reuben labourer Norwood. Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Church Trustee 1882 Application 19463

FLAVEL, Mary Ann wife of Reuben Flavell gardener George St, Norwood, died 10/9/1886. Her friend, Frederick BRICKNELL baker and grocer Kent Town, gave this information 1892 Application 22369

FLAVEL, Reuben gardener George St, Norwood, died 30/12/1887. He left his real and personal estate in trust to his wife, Mary Anne Flavel, for life, then to be divided into four parts - one fourth part absolutely to his daughter, Elizabeth BRICKNELL, wife of Frederick Bricknell baker and grocer Kent Town; one fourth part absolutely to George Richard PAGE fancy goods assistant Edward St, Norwood; one fourth part absolutely to Elizabeth SEMPLE spinster George St, Norwood; and another fourth part to children Harriet Olive Constance TESTER and her sister, Edith Adelaide Tester in equal shares in trust until they turned 21 when they inherited this share absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £260. Mary Ann Flavel wife of Reuben Flavel gentleman Norwood, had predeceased her husband, on 10/9/1886, of heart disease, aged 72 Application 24880

No 1

FLAVEL, Thomas farmer Hope Valley 1853[-1854] Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 341/61

FLAVEL, Thomas farmer Riverton 1858 Memorial 235/137

FLAVEL, Thomas farmer The Gilbert 1863[-1896] Memorial 112/524

FLAVEL, Thomas farmer Deep Creek near Riverton 1880 Memorial 158/321

FLAVEL, Thomas farmer near Riverton 1862 Application 3008

FLAVEL, Thomas farmer Finniss Point 1875. Public School trustee Application 14537

FLAVEL, Thomas farmer near Riverton Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876[-1883] Grant Book 60 Page 148 County Victoria

FLAVEL, Thomas farmer Deep Creek near Riverton 1895 Application 22858

FLAVEL, Thomas farmer formerly of Hope Valley but now of Deep Creek near Riverton 1910. Father of Frederick William Flavel farmer Riverton Application 25777

No 1

FLAVEL, William farmer Gawler Plains 1852[-1856] Memorial 52/40.

FLAVEL, William farmer Gawler Plains 1862 Application 3139

FLAVEL, William farmer [formerly of the Gawler Plains but now of] Kapunda 1860 Memorial 338/166

FLAVEL, William farmer near Truro 1860 Application 1507

FLAVEL, William farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1864 Memorial 44/198

FLAVEL, William farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 50 County Dalhousie

FLAVEL, William farmer Kapunda 1885 Farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1885 Applications 20764 & 20765

No 1
FLAXMAN, Charles Esquire Adelaide, of Section 2725 Wiltshire Special Survey, at £16, £32, £60 per year rising every 7 years. Memorial 319/2

FLAXMAN, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 62/51

No 1

FLAXMAN, Ellen Jane spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 16/57

FLAXMAN, Ellen Jane spinster, born at sea, daughter of Charles Flaxman Comptroller of Savings Banks Vic and his wife Jane nee BELL married George Matthew Babington engineer Dolly’s Creek Vic, born St John’s Wood, London, son of William Babington East India Company Civil Service and his wife Catherine nee RAVENSCROFT, on 15/12/1863 All Saints’ St Kilda Vic. George Matthew Babington civil engineer Waimate, Timaru, New Zealand, died 5/1/1874, of brain inflammation, aged 43. By 1882, Mrs Babington, one time resident in Adelaide, was living as a widow at Elsternwick Vic Application 19304

No 1

FLAXMAN, John gentleman Adelaide 1853 Land at Bordertown 'on the overland route from Adelaide to Mt Alexander' Memorial 377/62

FLAXMAN, John bank manager Castlemaine Vic 1859 Memorial 272/153

FLAXMAN, John gentleman formerly of Castlemaine Vic but now of Melbourne Vic 1862 Memorial 328/185

FLAXMAN, John stock agent Warrnambool Vic 1874 Memorial 127/277

No 1

FLECK, Leopold baker Lobethal purchased land in Hahndorf 1855 Memorial 236/84

FLECK, Leopold [formerly baker Lobethal but then] storekeeper Hahndorf 1855 Memorial 133/90

FLECK, Leopold baker Hahndorf 1856 Memorial 146/97

FLECK, Leopold [formerly baker Hahndorf but then] licensed victualler Rising Sun Hotel Lobethal 1856 Memorial 234/100

No 1

FLECKER, George out of business Adelaide took out a lease on the Theatre Royal Hotel Hindley St, Adelaide 1885[-1888] Memorial 236/365

FLECKER, George gentleman Adelaide about to leave the province for a time 1899 Memorial 176/444

FLEET, Edward labourer Littlehampton 1879 Memorial 84/319

FLEET, Elizabeth widow Littlehampton 1877 Application 16360

FLEET, George farmer Bugle Ranges 1854[-1864] Memorial 76/70

No 1

FLEET, James carter Marryatville 1852 Memorial 75/40.

FLEET, James horse dealer Kensington 1853 Memorial 262/49

FLEET, James livery stable keeper Norwood 1854 Memorial 381/62

FLEET, James carrier Norwood 1855 Memorial 50/92

No 1

FLEETWOOD, Charles Rufus draper Pt Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 78/74

FLEETWOOD, Charles Rufus auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 194/162

FLEETWOOD, Charles Rufus formerly draper Pt Adelaide 1860 now of Surveyor's Point, Yorke Peninsula 1863 Application 3771

FLEETWOOD, Charles Rufus draper formerly of Pt Adelaide 1856 but now of Adelaide 1876 Application 15205

FLEETWOOD, Charles Rufus draper Aldinga 1879[-1881] Memorial 207/312

FLEETWOOD, Charles Rylen draper Aldinga 1879 Memorial 24/316

FLEETWOOD, Daniel Alfred hotelkeeper Mitcham 1900 Memorial 40/440

FLEETWOOD, James sawmaker Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 226/348

FLEIER, John gentleman Hope Valley 1908 Memorial 37/459

No 1

FLEISCHER, Johann farmer Rosenthal 1852[-1854] Memorial 257/40 Farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 163/72

FLEISCHER, Johann farmer Rosenthal, died c 1860. He left his estate to his wife, Marie Fleischer Memorial 247/171

FLEISCHER, Johann farmer Rosenthal, died c1861. ‘To prevent all disagreements and other difficulties between my relations and persons who may have to deal with my relations. The whole estate to his wife, Marie nee GUDE/GUDIN. She had the right to give parts of the estate to the children ‘portions in such manner as shall suit her according to her feelings as a Christian mother’. His wife’s sister, Johanna GUDE/GUDIN, had the right to live on the farm for her lifetime and receive maintenance Enrolment 29/42

FLEMING, Andrew teamster Hundred of Reynolds. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 69 County Victoria

FLEMING, Eric company director Cuming St, Mile End 1939, a director of Austral Sheet Metal Works Ltd, whose registered office was at 21-25 George St, Thebarton Application 28148

FLEMING, Ethel married woman hotelkeeper Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden 1921 Memorial 81/482

No 1

FLEMING, Frederick labourer Brompton 1852 Memorial 331/44

FLEMING, Frederick labourer Bowden 1853[-1854] Memorial 189/47 Member of the Hindmarsh District Building Society 1854 Memorial 156/75

FLEMING, Frederick carman Brompton 1853[-1856] Memorial 156/57

FLEMING, Frederick drayman Bowden 1853[-1857] Memorial 147/59

No 1

FLEMING, George Henry wholesale saddler Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1879[-1880] Memorials 44/326 & 19/329

FLEMING, George Henry wholesale saddler Adelaide and Mary Elizabeth Fleming his wife 1913 Application 26265

No 2

FLEMING, George Henry clerk Adelaide 1903 Memorial 137/448

FLEMING, George Henry formerly storekeeper New Glenelg but now accountant Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1907 Memorial 183/457

FLEMING, George Henry accountant Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1909 Application 25697

FLEMING, George Henry confidential clerk to Messrs John DARLING & Son merchants Adelaide 1912, declared that he had worked for the firm for 19 years Application 26140

No 1 - possibly the same person

FLEMING, H clerk to Messes STOW & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1882 Memorial 97/346

FLEMING, Hugh accountant 34 Waymouth St, Adelaide 1911 Application 25910

FLEMING, Hugh accountant near St Marys South Road 1902[-1929] Memorial 162/446

FLEMING, Hugh law clerk Adelaide, clerk to Messrs BAKER, MCEWIN LIGERTWOOD & MILLHOUSE solicitors Morialta Chambers, Victoria Square, Adelaide 1927 Application 27342

FLEMING, H accountant Adelaide 1933 Memorial 70/506

FLEMING, Hugh accountant South Road, Edwardstown, died 21/7/1941. Father of Dorothy Jean Fleming and Winifred Isobel Fleming Memorial 195/515

No 1

FLEMING, James farmer Strathalbyn 1853[-1859] Memorial 178/107, Application 296

FLEMING, James farmer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of North-West Bend 1882 Memorial 40/339

No 2

FLEMING, James storekeeper Strathalbyn 1862 Application 3079

FLEMING, James storekeeper Strathalbyn 1867[-1880] Memorial 134/219, Application 12948

FLEMING, James storekeeper Strathalbyn trading under the style or firm of James WALKER & Co 1880 Memorial 227/321

FLEMING, James of Strathalbyn trading as J WALKER & Co 1907; later in 1907 formerly of Strathalbyn now out of business Park Tce, Mile End. The firm came into existence c1865 Application 25310

No 3

FLEMING, James painter Adelaide 1865 Application 7001.

FLEMING, James painter Adelaide (Topham St) 1867 Memorial 164/226

FLEMING, James painter Adelaide (Franklin St) 1873 Memorial 65/268

FLEMING, James painter Adelaide 1875 Application 14744

FLEMING, James sheep farmer Second Valley 1876 Memorial 55/315

FLEMING, James painter formerly of Second Valley but now of Adelaide 1879 Memorial 103/316

FLEMING, James painter Adelaide Muloowurtie (later Pine Point) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 20 Page 32 County Fergusson

FLEMING, James farmer Yorketown 1886 Memorial 194/378

No 4

FLEMING, James mail driver Pt Lincoln 1903[-1905] Memorial 197/447

No 1

FLEMING, James Henry draper Pt Adelaide, about to marry Louisa Moseley spinster Glenelg. Trustees for the marriage settlement; Henry Moseley the Elder gentleman St Marys South Road and Henry Moseley the Younger licensed victualler Glenelg. FB Fleming mentioned but not described 1869 Memorial 142/240

FLEMING, James Henry draper Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 88/246

FLEMING, James Henry farmer Pt Pirie and Louisa Fleming his wife 1878 Memorial 141/312

FLEMING, James Henry storekeeper Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 297 County Victoria

FLEMING, Janet servant to Edward THORNTON solicitor's clerk Kensington 1848 Memorial 436/11

FLEMING, Jane White widow Kent Town 1909 Application 25577

FLEMING, JK shopkeeper Crafers 1914 Application 28937

No 1

FLEMING, John mason Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1847 Memorial 185/8

No 2

FLEMING, John labourer Bowden 1853[-1861] Memorial 185/8

No 3

FLEMING, John porter Gawler 1865[-1867] Memorials 112/208, 241/224

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FLEMING, John Frederick the Elder labourer Bowden 1851 Memorial 470/37

FLEMING, John Frederick the Younger labourer Bowden 1851 Memorial 470/37

FLEMING, John Knight provision merchant Adelaide 1926 Memorial 14/496

No 1 - possibly the same person

FLEMING, Michael farmer Bugle Ranges 1851 Memorial 187/38.

FLEMING, Michael farmer Strathalbyn 1864 Memorial 160/197

No 2

FLEMING, Michael yeoman Gawler 1851 Memorial 297/29

FLEMING, Michael carpenter of unknown address owned land in Gawler in 1874 Application 13624

FLEMING, Michael yeoman formerly of Gawler 1851 now of Ravenswood Qld 1877. His attorney was Bridget SULLIVAN Application 15898

No 3

FLEMING, Michael of Pt Augusta 1883 Memorial 39/351

FLEMING, R district clerk Streaky Bay 1912 Memorial 218/466

No 1

FLEMING, Robert grocer Kent Town 1865 Memorial 144/205

FLEMING, Robert storekeeper Kent Town 1868 Memorial 25/235

FLEMING, Robert storekeeper Kent Town linked with James Fleming housepainter Adelaide 1871 Application 11725

FLEMING, Sarah Caroline Ann widow Adelaide 1893 Memorial 54/416

No 1

FLEMING, Stanley H notary public Renmark 1916 Memorial 171/474

FLEMING, Stanley H solicitor Renmark 1920 Memorial 187/480

No 1

FLEMING, TW clerk to Messrs HICKS & DALY solicitors Adelaide 1865 Memorial 18/207

FLEMING, Thomas W clerk to JG DALY solicitor Adelaide 1868 Memorial 87/233

FLEMING, Thomas W articled clerk Adelaide 1871 Memorial 34/252

FLEMING, Thomas W clerk to Messrs BOUCAUT & F BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1871[-1875] Memorial 24/256

FLEMING, Thomas W clerk to Frederic O BRUCE solicitor Adelaide 1872 Application 15955

FLEMING, Thomas W law clerk Adelaide 1875 Memorial 151/280

FLEMING, Thomas Wilson solicitor Adelaide 1876[-1905] Memorial 39/291

FLEMING, Thomas Wilson clerk to Messrs BOUCAUT and BRUCE solicitors Adelaide 1874 Application 13881105105

FLEMING, Thomas Wilson solicitor Adeladie, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Joseph ASHTON solicitor, to manage his SA business affairs 22/3/1879 Deposit 98/1879

FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON solicitors Waymouth St, Adelaide 1884 Application 20123

FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON solicitors 30 Waymouth St, Adelaide 1887 Application 21224

FLEMING, Thomas Wilson solicitor Adelaide (30 Waymouth St) 1892 Application 22200

FLEMING, Thomas W notary public Adelaide 1894 Memorial 87/420

No 1

FLEMING, William Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1839 Esquire O'Halloran Hill 1840 Application 29777

FLEMING, WT gentleman North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 38/44.

FLEMMING, Frederick farmer Macaw Creek 1858 Macaw Creek Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 161/138

No 1

FLEMMING, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 434/34

FLEMMING, Joseph merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 331/67

FLEMMING, Joseph Esquire North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 135/66

FLEMMING, Joseph valuator Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 71 County Not name

FLEMMING, Joseph licensed valuator Adelaide Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 663 County Frome

No 1

FLETCHER, Absalom shoemaker Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1851[-1862] Memorial 175/29

FLETCHER, Absalom shoemaker Adelaide (Burlington Place), died c1871. Husband of Susanah Fletcher. Father of John Fletcher, George Fletcher and Francis Fletcher Memorial 150/287

FLETCHER, A bank officer Union Bank of Australia Ltd Adelaide branch 1923 Memorial 173/487

No 1

FLETCHER, Albert William marine engineer Pt Adelaide 1913 Memorial 136/468

FLETCHER, Albert William retired marine engineer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Park St, Woodville 1957 Memorial 98/531

FLETCHER, Archibald of Pt Broughton 1887 Memorial 201/383

No 1

FLETCHER, Dugald gentleman Pt Elliot 1859 Memorial 191/159

FLETCHER, Dugald surgeon Rosebank Pt Elliot and Rachel Fletcher his wife 1869 Memorial 128/241

FLETCHER, Rachel widow Rosebank near Pt Elliot, died 16/10/ 1869 Memorial 2/433

FLETCHER, Rachel widow of Dugald Fletcher Doctor of Medicine Rosebank near Pt Elliot, died 16/10/1869. Her estate worth £500. To her eldest daughter, Helen Anne Fisher, 'I leave nothing because of my marriage when she was 7 years old her fortune was doubled and she enjoyed the possession of it when she became of age. Any property realised by me from the Fisher Estate in Scotland as widow of the late George Fisher I give and bequeath to be divided equally between my son George Butler Fletcher and my daughters Ann Frances Lilburn COLE and Elizabeth Styleman PERRY. The Rosebank property with all the furniture, plate, glass, china and silver and one picture to my daughter Anne Frances Lilburn COLE after paying all my just debts, her father having left her some years ago without stock in consideration of the £5,000 Mr George Murray PERRY had from him and the many other benefits likewise received. The writing desk given by Miss Knight to her father is to be used by Anne Frances Lilburn Cole during her life and then to be left to Athol Henry Fletcher. Should I recover my late husband's life insurance in Edinburgh, I wish it to be given to my daughter Elizabeth Styleman Perry tied down to her for life and her children after her'. A codicil left Rosebank to her daughter, Mrs Perry, 'as it appears that she is not likely to leave SA so soon as she intended'. ES Perry died 13/2/1896 110 Earl's Court Rd, South Kensington, Middlesex. She left her SA real estate to her daughter, Caroline Fletcher Perry of the same address (John Buxton LAURIE sharebroker Adelaide 1897 declared Rosebank, a property of 9 acres, was part of Section 100 Hundred of Goolwa) Application 27928

No 1

FLETCHER, Edward surgeon Emerald Hill Vic and Emma Fletcher his wife formerly Emma STUCKEY widow of the late William Stuckey the Younger gentleman formerly of Adelaide then of Emerald Hill Vic but now deceased 1859 Memorial 211/158

FLETCHER, Edward surgeon Melbourne and Emma Fletcher his wife owned land near Adelaide 1876 Memorial 151/287

FLETCHER, Edward surgeon Holcombe House, Lygon St, Carlton Vic. His wife, Emma Fletcher, died c1876. Her estate to be divided amongst her present husband and the children by her two marriages according to the marriage settlement made in 1859 before her marriage to Edward Fletcher Memorial 46/406

FLETCHER, Edward surgeon Holcombe House, Lygon St, Carlton Vic, died c1893. Executors: Arthur Augustus Fletcher surgeon and Edward Fletcher commission agent both of Holcombe House sons of the deceased. Other children included Emily Helen Fletcher and John Frederick Fletcher of Holcombe House Memorial 30/420

FLETCHER, Eric Samuel licensed victualler Mt Gambier 1934 Application 27949

No 1

FLETCHER, George labourer Munno Para 1854 Memorial 89/76

FLETCHER, George gardener near Salisbury. Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel trustee 1876 Memorial 110/297

FLETCHER, George gardener Salisbury 1897 Memorial 121/433

FLETCHER, George formerly gardener Salisbury but now out of business Prospect Salisbury Strict Baptist Chapel member 1914 Memorial 72/470 

No 1

FLETCHER, Henry labourer Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 119/272

FLETCHER, Henry stevedore Glanville 1884 Application 20074

FLETCHER, Henry Charles shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1853 Memorial 485/55

No 1

FLETCHER, Henry C builder Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 143/31

FLETCHER, Henry Cruickshank ship builder Pt Adelaide 1851[-1882] Memorial 427/35.

FLETCHER, Henry Cruickshank of Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5481

FLETCHER, Henry Cruikshank the Elder gentleman Pt Adelaide linked with Henry Cruikshank the Younger farmer Noarlunga 1898 Memorial 90/436

FLETCHER, Henry Cruickshank shipbuilder Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 9851

FLETCHER, Henry Cruickshank Esquire The Brocas Woodville 1885 Application 20673

FLETCHER, Henry Cruikshank gentleman Woodville. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1887 Grant Book 2 Page 94 County Adelaide

FLETCHER, Henry Cruickshank ship builder Birkenhead 1893 Application 22448

No 1

FLETCHER, James tin plate worker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 2/35.

No 2

FLETCHER, James teamster Orroroo 1882 Memorial 145/341

No 3

FLETCHER, James farmer Minlacowie 1884 Memorial 123/361

No 1

FLETCHER, John carpenter Adelaide 1862 Memorial 250/182

No 2

FLETCHER, John and William engineers and blacksmiths Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 84/311

FLETCHER, John and William shipbuilders Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 36/326, Application 18233

FLETCHER, John engineer Pt Adelaide 1915 Memorial 115/472

No 1

FLETCHER, Neil miner Adelaide 1845 Little Para Special Survey mineral search rights Memorial 468/4

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FLETCHER, Neil gentleman Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 219/32

FLETCHER, Neil publican Brompton 1852 Memorial 341/44

FLETCHER, Neil storekeeper formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 54/81

FLETCHER, Robert grazier Mt Moriac Vic Hundred of Townsend land grant 1887 Grant Book 51 Page 74 County Robe

FLETCHER, Samuel farmer Robe S-E 1913 Memorial 140/469

No 1

FLETCHER, Thomas Corney prospector Arltunga 1902 Memorial 15/448

FLETCHER, Thomas Corney prospector Arltunga, power of attorney to John Rhoden solicitor 128 Queen St, Melbourne, to sell his share in the White Range Oversight mine (with Ernest Claude COLE and John MCNEIL) 29/10/1902 Deposit 20/1903

No 1

FLETCHER, William brickmaker Kensington 1845 Memorial 477/5

FLETCHER, William 55 brickmaker Kensington, died 26/12/1848 intestate, 108108after being run over by a dray. Coronial enquiry into the death. Husband of Catherine Fletcher nee MCINTYRE, married 12/1/1840. John William 108108Fletcher, the only surviving son, inherited his estate as heir at law - he 108108was an omnibus proprietor Kensington 1875. The Fletchers had arrived SA 108by 1845 Application 14085

No 2 - perhaps the same person

FLETCHER, William licensed victualler Kooringa 1895 Memorial 178/425

FLETCHER, William licensed victualler Woolshed Inn Bordertown 1899 Memorial 192/442

No 3 - perhaps the same person

FLETCHER, William labourer Robe S-E and Elizabeth Lambeth Fletcher his wife 1909 Memorial 166/460

FLETCHER, William storekeeper Robe S-E 1924 Memorial 75/490

FLETT, Elizabeth spinster North Adelaide 1897 Memorial 10/432

No 1

FLETT, James shoemaker Watervale 1855 Memorial 249/82

No 2

FLETT, James tailor Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 125/373

FLETT, James Laughton of Mt Gambier 1893 Memorial 96/419

FLETT, John carpenter Robe 1857 Memorial 224/121

FLETT, John Brown carpenter Robe 1865 Memorial 33/202

No 1

FLETT, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 231/100

FLETT, Robert farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1858 Memorial 278/164

FLETT, Robert gentleman Mudla Wirra 1861 Application 2026

FLETT, Robert farmer near Roseworthy Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1863[-1866] Grant Book 27 Page 282 County Gawler

No 1

FLETT, Thomas manager Beltana 1869 Application 9808

FLETT, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1873[-1874] Memorial 131/270

No 1

FLETT, Thomas kerosene storekeeper Queenstown 1874 Memorial 131/271

No 1

FLIEGERT, Gottlieb farmer Hahndorf 1855 Memorial 116/86

FLIEGERT, Gottlieb farmer Grünberg died c1890. Life interest in Section 314 Hundred of Moorooroo to his widow, Luise Fliegert, then to their daughter, Johanne Juliane SCHILLING nee Fliegert, wife of Johann Christian Schilling farmer Grünberg near Angaston, in remainder expectant 1890 Application 21890

No 1

FLIGHT, Enoch farmer Eagle’s Nest The Tiers 1851 Memorial 5/39 Farmer The Tiers 1853 Memorial 4/48

FLIGHT, Enoch farmer Crafers 1854 Memorial 231/70

FLIGHT, Enoch farmer Crafers. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 25 County Adelaide

FLIGHT, Enoch yeoman The Tiers near Crafers 1861 Application 2472

FLIGHT, Enoch farmer formerly of Eagle's Nest in the Tiers 1851 but now of Cowandilla 1871 Application 11466

FLIGHT, Enoch farmer Cowandilla 1872 Memorial 248/264

FLIGHT, Enoch gentleman Cowandilla 1877 Memorial 222/301

FLIGHT, Enoch yeoman Crafers 1881 Application 18865

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FLIGHT, Enoch yeoman North Adelaide about to marry Eliza Ann PRETTY spinster North Adelaide 1863 Memorial 21/189

FLINT, Alicia spinster Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland, power of attorney to Alexander George DOWNER solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA investments 31/5/1881 Deposit 233/1881.

FLINT, Arnold Ray grazier Kingston S-E. Kingston Methodist Church trustee 1948 Memorial 41/523

No 1

FLINT, Daniel of Kensington 1846 Memorial 35/7

FLINT, Elizabeth widow Penola [relict of the late Daniel Flint formerly farmer Robe but now deceased] Hundred of Monbulla land grant 1886[-1890] Grant Book 31 Page 65 County Grey

FLINT, Elizabeth of Rosedale Hundred of Waterhouse acting to settle the estate of the late Daniel Ratcliffe Flint no description 1889 Memorial 216/395

FLINT, Elizabeth widow Rosedale Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1895 Grant Book 50 Page 28 County Robe

FLINT, Ernest ES JP of Alice Springs Northern Territory 1879 Memorial 133/314

No 1

FLINT, HD grazier Robe S-E 1912 Memorial 158/467

FLINT, Herbert Daniel grazier Mt Benson 1928 Memorial 60/500

FLINT, John Pearce grazier Kingston S-E, son of the late Evelyn Morton Flint, who died 31/7/1954 Application 29363

No 1

FLINT, Percy William grazier Mt Scott 1919 Memorial 132/482

FLINT, PW JP district clerk Kingston S-E 1933 Memorial 113/506

FLINT, Percy William District Clerk Kingston S-E, aged 58 in 1941, declared that he had come to live in the Kingston district when he was 11 months old. He had been a assistant to the Clerk of Lacepede District for some time before 1907 when he became Clerk. Between 1917-1929, he he resigned from the post because his health had been too bad. In 1929, he had become Clerk once more. When not working as Clerk, he had been a Councillor for East Ward Application 28146

FLINT, RE postal assistant Kingston S-E 1918 Memorial 31/477

No 1

FLINT, Richard John grazier Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1897[-1900] Grant Book 46 Page 9 County MacDonnell

FLINT, Richard John grazier Hundred of Lacepede 1908 Memorial 145/458

No 1 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

FLINT, William Tod the Elder ironmonger Adelaide linked with William Tod Flint the Younger farmer Hundred of Tickera 1892 Memorial 41/415

FLINT, William Tod the Younger farmer Brucefield. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1904[-1912] Grant Book 14 Page 219 County Daly

FLINTOFF, David Alexander farmer Maitland 1883[-1887] Memorial 105/373

No 1

FLOATE, Henry of Adelaide 1840 Memorial 207/149

FLOATE, Henry labourer Islington 1841 Memorial 208/149

FLOATE, Henry farmer near Adelaide 1843 Memorial 148/3

FLOATE, Henry farmer Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 335/62

FLOATE, Henry farmer Rapid Bay 1857 Memorial 13/130

LOATE, Thomas Noakes of Hindmarsh 1839 Memorial 497/95

No 1

FLOCKART, Robert Colquhone Wesleyan Minister of the Gospel Kapunda 1854 His circuit included the Wakefield Special Survey at the time Memorial 76/74 His circuit included the new Penrice Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1855 Memorial 182/88

FLOCKHART, Robert Colquhone Wesleyan Methodist Minister Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 299/101 Founded the Ashbourne Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1856 Memorial 209/102

No 1

FLOGDELL, James butcher New Tiers 1861 Memorial 218/195

FLOGDELL, James butcher Cox Creek 1863 Application 4670

FLOGDELL, James butcher Crafers 1864[-1866] Memorial 194/195

FLOGDELL, James market gardener Stirling East 1881 Application 24369

No 1

FLOOD, Edward farmer Langhorne Creek 1866 Application 7814

FLOOD, Edward farmer Langhorne township 1876 Memorial 13/299

No 1

FLOOD, Frederick Bradley mercantile clerk Parkside 1909, linked with Annie Elizabeth Flood widow Queenstown Application 26940

FLOOD, Frederick Bradley mercantile clerk Parkside linked with Annie Elizabeth Flood widow Queenstown, executors for the will of the late Jane CAMMELL married woman Queenstown 1909 Memorial 56/462

LOOD, George Thomas provision merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1892 Memorial 5/414

FLOOD, Howard labourer Langhorne Creek 1885. He could not write Application 20764

FLOOD, TM ?? Methodist minister Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 153/452

No 1

FLORANCE, Alfred Harrill auctioneer Millicent trustee Cemetery Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

FLORANCE, Alfred H auctioneer Millicent 1877 Memorial 19/305

FLORANCE, Alfred Harrill agent Millicent 1878 Memorial 176/310

FLORANCE, Alfred John sheepfarmer One Tree Hill Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 67 County Carnarvon

FLORANCE, Charles Van Lear medical practitioner Goolwa 1884 Application 20343

FLORANCE, John farmer Wisanger Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

No 1

FLORENCE, Alexander stableman Macclesfield. Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Co Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 275/174

FLORENCE, Alexander farmer Rapid Bay 1883 Memorial 134/348

FLORENCE, Alexander farmer Second Valley near Rapid Bay, died 3/12/1884. Father of Peter Florence farmer Second Valley Rapid Bay 1905 Memorial 180/453

FLORENCE, Amelia widow of Alexander Florence farmer Second Valley, died 98/11/1923 Home for Incurables Fisher St, Fullarton, of many years senility and debility, and heart failure, aged 81. Born at Unley. Married aged 30 years. 5 sons and 2 daughters living. Peter Florence farmer Second Valley 1923 was a son. Agnes Florence, born 29/8/1883, was a daughter Application 27204

FLORENCE, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 208/25

FLORENCE, Peter farmer Second Valley 1904[-1923] Memorial 54/490

No 1

FLOREY, Joseph boot manufacturer Adelaide 1903 Memorial 220/447

FLOREY, Joseph boot manufacturer Adelaide, power of attorney to James COUNSELL Mutual Life Chambers accountant Adelaide and Frank DICKIN his chief clerk Frederick St, Parkside, to attend to his business affairs from time to time as required 14/2/1903 Deposit 8/1903

FLOTE, Silvester spinster Plympton 1842[-1846] Memorial 113/69, Application 23930

No 1

FLOTTMANN, Theodor farmer Langhorne Creek 1866 Memorial 4/243

FLOTTMANN, Theodor farmer Langhorne Creek Strathalbyn Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1874 Application 13601

No 1

FLOTTMANN, Wilhelm Bernhard farmer Black Forest 1855 Memorial 396/90

FLOTTMANN, Bernhard Wilhelm yeoman Pound Road [Where?] 1856 Memorial 114/105 Farmer Marion Road 1856 Memorial 189/105

No 1

FLOWER, Jabez and Joseph farmers Stony Gap near Kooringa 1875 Memorial 58/286

FLOWER, Jabez farmer near Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 11 County Burra

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

FLOWER, Jabez farmer Golden Grove 1889 Memorial 73/398

FLOWER, Jabez farmer Smithfield 1892[-1899] Memorial 28/416

FLOWER, Jabez farmer Smithfield, died 19/9/1906. Executors; Thomas Arthur and Walter Hurtle JOHNS farmers Gawler River. Estate worth £5,000 Memorial 172/456

No 1

FLOWER, James farmer Gawler River 1855 Memorial 110/84

FLOWER, James farmer formerly of Gawler River but now of Stony Creek Hundred of Apoinga 1859 Memorial 9/154

FLOWER, James farmer Apoinga 1860 Memorial 176/161

FLOWER, James sheepfarmer Stony Gap Apoinga near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1860[-1867] Grant Book 8 Page 44 County Burra

FLOWER, James formerly farmer Stony Creek Hundred of Apoinga 1859 but now sheep farmer Stony Gap 1867 Application 8851

No 2

FLOWER, James farmer Yongala 1906 Memorial 172/456

FLOWER, Jesse linked with Section 91 Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 175/372

No 1

FLOWER, Joseph retired farmer Redruth near Kooringa, died 13/9/1926 Kooringa. Husband of Emma Flower. Father of James Flower farmer Braefoot near Kooringa and Joseph Flower farmer Canowie Belt. Daughters mentioned but not named Memorial 54/496

FLOWER, Joseph the Elder retired farmer Redruth, died 13/9/1926. His estate to be sold. His widow, Emma Flower, to get £50. The sons to share two thirds of the residual estate; the daughters to share in one third of the residual estate. Sons James Flower farmer Braefoot near Kooringa and Joseph Flower the Younger farmer Canowie Belt mentioned by name in the will; no daughters mentioned by name Application 27690

No 1

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

FLOWERS, Charles labourer Broughton. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 467 County Daly

No 1

FLOWERS, George labourer Kensington 1853 Memorial 197/48

FLOWERS, George farmer Kensington 1856 Memorial 65/272

FLOWERS, George labourer formerly of Kensington but now of Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 218/126

FLOWERS, George farmer formerly of Kensington 1856 now of Mt Barker 1874, linked with Charles Flowers farmer Mt Barker Application 13393

FLOWERS, George farmer Broughton Extension. Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 488 County Daly

FLOWERS, George farmer Keilli. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 364 County Daly

FLOWERS, George farmer Pt Broughton 1890[-1891] Memorial 10/402

FLOWERS, Jesse carter Stirling near Pt Augusta 1864 Application 5696

No 1 - probably the same person

FLOWERS, Joseph farmer Keilli 1884 Memorial 229/356

FLOWERS, Joseph farmer Pt Broughton 1892 Memorial 105/412

FLOYD, Alfred George farmer formerly of Bowden but now absent from the colony 1856 Memorial 249/101

No 1

FLOYD, Arthur gardener Campbelltown. St Martin's Campbelltown parishioner 1942 Memorial 142/516

FLOYD, Arthur storekeeper 5 Downer Ave, Campbelltown St Martin's Anglican Church trustee 1963 Application 29533

No 1

FLOYD, Thomas labourer Adelaide ( Franklin St) 1846 Memorial 76/7 Labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 290/17 Farmer Cowandilla 1849 Memorial 270/17

FLOYD, Thomas the Elder labourer Adelaide (Franklin St) 1846 As a farrier Thebarton, he died 3/10/1851 intestate, of rheumatism, aged 45. Informant: Mary Ann Floyd, of Thebarton. His eldest son, Thomas Floyd the Younger inherited his estate as heir at law. The younger son called William Floyd Application 19727

FLOYDELL, James out of business Stirling and Angelina Floydell his wife 1898 Application 23652

FLUDE, Friedrich of Blanchetown 1888 Memorial 113/391

No 1

FLUGGE/FLUEGGE/FLÜGGE, Johann Andreas farmer Section 211 Hundred of Light 1859 Application 298

FLUEGGE/FLUGGE/FLÜGGE, Johann Andreas farmer near Freeling trustee Lutheran Church Freeling Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1867 Grant Book 44 Page 312 County Light

FLUEGGE/FLUGGE/FLÜGGE, Johann Andreas farmer Schönfeld near Freeling Hundred of Light land grant 1868 Grant Book 44 Page 205 County Light

FLUGGE/FLUEGGE/FLÜGGE, Johann Andreas farmer Schönfeld 1872 Memorial 31/262

FLUEGGE/FLUGGE/FLÜGGE, Johann Andreas farmer Freeling Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 661 County Frome

FLUEGGE/FLUGGE/FLÜGGE, Johann Andreas farmer Pt Germein Hundred of Telowie land grant 1882[-1888] Grant Book 24 Page 774 County Frome

FLUEGGE/FLUGGE/FLÜGGE, Johann Andreas farmer Freeling 1885[-1889] Memorial 19/371

FLUESTER, Maria widow Plympton 1870 Memorial 185/248

FLURIS, Gaspar fisherman Pt Vincent Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1901 Grant Book 19 Page 340 County Fergusson

FLYNN, Elizabeth of Glenelg 1864 Memorial 240/199

No 1

FLYNN, James storekeeper Clare 1869 Memorial 80/238

FLYNN, James storekeeper's assistant Wilmington 1885 Memorial 176/369

FLYNN, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26115

FLYNN, Peter farmer Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 245/82

No 1

FLYNN, William farmer Kapunda 1854[-1857] Memorial 40/68

No 2

FLYNN, William dairyman North Adelaide Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 140 County Light

FLYNN, William dairyman North Adelaide 1861 Application 2265

FLYNN, William labourer Adelaide 1863 Application 4513

FLYNN, William dairyman North Adelaide (Stanley St), and Ann Flynn his wife 1883. W Flynn died in that year, leaving his entire estate to his wife Memorial 181/350